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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY JONES & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE FLA. SEPTEMBER 11, 1858. .. V0.X04: :
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I BY AUTHORITY. tember, eighteen hundred and thirty two, 1 tricts in iea 1 'of the range line between' eighteen order of the President of the United Stiles, JJroffssional l ((arbs. iuin1b! l Jwinrss I 1 :

three hundred dollirs.: and nineteen, as heretofore established in dated. January twenty second, eighteen hundred .
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LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. For the last of thirty instalments for three the above recited act. and fifty five, said lands being known -' f'

smiths and assistants, per third articla treaty Approved, May 11.. 1868. and described ,as. follows :. northeast quarter MILES NASH "& CO 5 -, RECENT !
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[CO CUDED.] first August, eighteen hundred and twenty northeast quarter ofeti n ten, township I' P--st-A l'f' 1)- ... II.t..

..HAP XXVL-An Act for the adraisoion of the nine, two thousand ono hundred and sixty CHAP XXXIII An Act to enlarge the Detroit and sixty seven, range twenty six ; east half of D K AZ.RRS IN' IMPORTANTDISCOVKRY.oo :
State of Kansas into the Union. d 11arta. Saginaw Land District in Michigan. S
southeast quarter of section eleven, town- DRUGS PAINTS -4
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For interest, at five per centum, ort forty For the last of thirty instalments for iron De it enacted by the Senate and House of ship sixty seven, range twenty six ; east half DR.. L LEWIS .'

:hice thousand and filty dollars, transferred and steel for shop, per third article treaty first Representatives of theUniledStategof Amer. of northeast quarter of section fourteen, MEDICINES, JJ OILS /*\F this cit.1aas intro-hiewl hVl tvetfeOtlU;

rtmi) OnUiio Hank to the United States August, eighteen hundred and twenty. nine, ica in Congress Assembled That all that partof townsbib sixty seven, range twenty six ; inform their. D.ct. and the \J recent and important discorerf ,tit application r

IVoasury, per act of twenty seventh Jane six. hundred and sixty dollars. the prevent Cheboygan district in the Stale southwest quarter of Southeast quarter of WOULD on band n good assortment public oft ne of the S .j. .."...-....
eighteen hundred and forty nix two tbousandone For the last of thirty instalments tot labor ct. Michigan, which lies south of the line dividing section. fourteen, [township sixty seven range articles as are generally kept in their line of business M.ECTRO MAOKBTIC MACBIXX, .

hundred and fifty two dollars and fifty er and oxen, per third article treaty first Au- townships twentyeight and twenty twenty six ; east half of northeast quarter of jnd will be receiving regularly fresh'supplies. Then by which mains a current of electricity, fa,pa **d
nine north and east of the line section erms shall be reasonable. through.lb. tooth it tie tirn* of .xtftetiof,' .pradacijg -
cents. gust, eighteen hundred and twenty nine, three dividing ranges twenty two, township sixty seven,
local Anectheua, and taaroida tie ofr
Senecas and ShawnK.-For permanentnnnuiryjn hundred and sixty five dollar! two and three west, shall be attached to and range twenty. six ; southeast quarter of north Tallahassee, April 9th 1858-_14._ I a CHLOROFORM ,J&B&a oa :
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specie, per fourth article treaty For the last of twenty seven instalments form a part of the present Saginaw district east quarter of section twenty three, town Dr. Miles H. Nash :: ;
He has iL. number of with entire
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seventeenth September, eighteen; hundred] Rnddghtl"e for education, per fourth irticle treaty fifteenth and til that part of the said Cbeboygan dis. ship sixty seven, range twenty six ; north orrit: HIS riorIaa1oaLLsflatt3To. TBC: OITIIINS: or .ifcprea.. Al applied ngree ;Hut they experience little or mo

1, one thousand dollars. S.ptember,eighteen hundred and thirty trict which lies north of the line dividing half jof northeast. quarter of section five, TALLAHAWCK: UD Sl1aa.oUlIIDI.eoouna. rAIN M Che eJllraC Oo. .

For blacksmith and assistant, shop nnd two, three thousand dollars. townships twenty eight and twenty nine township sixty eight, ainge: twenty six ; east with Dr. M. Nash)mmediatcly eastof the July 10. 1858. 28-Sm. ... .

tools, and iron and steel for shop, during the For the last of twenty seven instalmentsfor north, and east of the line dividing \ranges half of northwest quarter of section five, OFFICE .;>

pleasure of the President, per fourth article six agricultures, purchase of oxen, ono and two. west, including the island of township sixty eight, range twenty: six ; east May-19 1885. 20 t

trsaty.twentieth July, eighteen hundred and ploughs, and other implements, per fifth article Mackinac, be attached to and form a part of half( northeast quarter of section six, town Dr 1. E. :Leavitt. B.A.FAHNESTQCK'SVERMIFUGE. < -
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thirty one, one thousand and six'Y doIAr'8."Sbawnet's.For treaty fifteenth September,' eighteen hundred the Detroit district, in said State. ship sixty nine, range twenty six ; northeast ; ,.n/mu .
pernnncnt: annuity for and thirty two, two thousand fire hun SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That quarter of northwest quarter of section six, onus nis rorcauoNAj.! nyfcm BUILDING-ao ; t
this act take effect from and after the first six io NASH'S NEW ear the ..-r'Ra\' : t
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educational purpose per fourth article treaty dred dollars. township sixty range twenty ; OFFICE a atn an MMtx :

third August, seventeen hundred and ninety For the last of twenty seven instalmentsfor day of July next. southwest quarter of northwest quarter of May 22. 1858._21_ O Si S 'J I

five, and third article treaty tenth May, .igh. the pay of two physicians, per fifth article Approved, May 11, 1858. section six, township sixty rine, range twen- DIEPlCJrL NOTICE.; ,cmiiEEr AND'.ADULTS, fltVO,\ t

leen hundred and fifty four, one thousand do! treaty fifteenth September, eighteen hundred ty six ; southeast quarter of section six, : .. TAPS WO B. K.8''t

and thirty two, four hundred dollars. CHAP XXXIV.. -An Act tnaVing Appropriations township( sixty nine, range twenty six ; west ----0- &ZT1ZL: mcx, ss cmntrttto .
lars.Tor for the Support of the Military Academy for the half of southwest of section six Drs. Bond: .
Robertson
fifth of seven annual instalments of Ftfr interest) on one million one hundredthousand the thirtieth Jane, baa quarter ; ut sousr tfttpfvprltort! ,
ending eighteen
money, in payment for lands, per third article dollars at five per centum, per dred year and fifty nine. township sixty nine, range twenty six ; FTAVINO furmed a eo partnership in the practioLJ. .. A. TAJPTOTOCX: I Co..I fltfi6 ri*, Pa.ti_

treaty tenth May, eighteen hundred and fourth article treaty first November eighteen Be it enacted by the Senate and House of northeast quarter of section seven, township S of their allahaKee pro/esaioa,offer their services to the citizens B. A. ".AJL.'fE8'l'OCXB'aU.ABB 'J A Ox PUU4McUa,H.Twft> O9, ,

fifty four onn thousand dollars. hundred and thirty seven fifty five thousand ,Representatives of the United States of America sixty of nine, range twenty six; northwest quarter nine- B: r ci Office over the and Store surrounding lately occupied country.by Bet I WHOLESALE DRUiqjIS(5l CUFF ST .1 !
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sent township sixty ,
seven,
For fifth instalment of interest, at fire per dollar in Congress assembled, That the following : ton & Hii gs. I frf eUbii4almaaiy ..4't
centum, on forty thodsand dollars for education For Iw'elfth. of instalments of interest range twenty six ; southwest quarter of Feb. 's'; 9 tfITBARNARD .
thirty sums be, and the same are hereby, appro. 28. barnlo ta uituis of,tU same U.b fan JM.. q .i.iOZV
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per third article treaty tenth May, eigh. on eighty five thousand dollar, at five per priated out of any money in the Treasury southeast quarter of section thirty two, town. -- : Jr. I GMtItlru B. SA. Timmcit t" ..

teen hundred and fifty four, two thousand centum, ptr fourth article treaty thirteenth not otherwise appropriated, for the support ship sixty nine, range twenty six ; northeast :'

dollars. October, eighteen hundred and, forty six, of the Military Academy, for the year endingthe quarter of section one, township' sixty eight, WILt CO>TI>rE TUB AMES & LIVELY ;
Tor for educational four thousand two hundred and dollars. range twenty seven ; northwest quarter of Sole Ageate for TaEMsais**.
permanent annuity i fifty thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and.. DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS ,
fourth niticle 1\liscellaneoas.-For into effect section one, township sixty eight, range ApnIlOl8SS., 15-11 .
purposes, per treaty twenty carrying fifty nine |3y AT THE OLD STAHD, BIOV A1 ---- '
ninth Septvrntier. eighteen hundred and seventeen i the act of third March, eighteen hundred and For pay of officers instructors, cadets,and twenty seven ; northeast quarter of tectiori MEDICAL) NOTICE. '

and third article treaty tenth May, nineteen, making provisions for the eiu'Iiza musicians, one hundred and twelve thousand two td\viShp! Sixty eight, range twenty seven '

eighteen hundred and fifty four, two thousand lion of the Indian ,tribes, in addition to the eight hundred and six dollars. ; noi thwest qiiarter of northeast quarterof OF THE BEI MORTAK, :Dr. fain. F. Shine, ,. .

dollars. sum specified Iri said act, five thousand dol. For commutation of subsistence;three thou section one, township sixty nine, range Abcfv oriias: ala rtorcs&wuL: IUIICM TOram naue"

Six Nations of New York.-For permanent lars.For sand and slity six dollars. I twenty seven ; northeast quarter of south I Corner Clinton and Monroe 8tre.ra t ,Tallahassee. OFFICE adjoining that of Drs. Oambl A.B Uoo.
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in and other the and J east quarter of section one township sixty January 19,1866. Xt 8, 1858. 19-ly ..
annuity clothing useful articles continuing compilation completion For forage for officers' horses, eight hundred _____ __ __ _
per sixth article treaty eleventh No. of a map of the Indian Territory two and sixty four dollar nine, range twenty seven ; southeast quarter I MEDICAL NOTICE. MEDICAL. NOTICE1.Dr. -s
ember seventeen hundred and four thousand doll.irs.Approved of southeast quarter of section one, township 1
ninety For current and ordinary expenses, as follows ---A *s-
four thousand the hundred dollars. 5 1858. six'y nine', range twenty seven ; northeast C. BATES.
May : repairs and improvements, fuel i and apparatus A.___PEELER..I. ., A.cTRBLAKEfCONTINUES ':
northeast quarter of section twelve, --
Sioux of .Mississippi.-For interest on three forage; postage) stationeryj? ; ; transportation quarter / to offer hi. ProfeMioeal QerW t rJ
hundred thousand dollars, at. five per centum CH r. XXXL-An act for the Admi,ion of the printing, clerks, miscellaneous and incidental township sixty nine, ranO rVventy seven ; i Drs. Peeler &; Bates, the '01 it. TIlean State of Minnesota into tIle Union. noitheast of northeast of sec- associated themselves in the practicsS
quarter
per second article treaty twenty ninth Sep. expenseeand! departments of instruction quarter TTAVINQ borhood. Residence chaiged to CeoUtnU Offici.
Whereas act of doc thirty six, township seventy, range twenty JO. Medicine and Surgery, respectfully offer at his ideue .
tember, eighteen lnuidred and thirty seven, an Congress was passed five thousand six hundred and ten S re
thirty their sewcM to the Public, ia the treatment of all '
fifteen thousand February twenty six, eihhteen hundred and seven ; west half of northeast quarter of Dec.: J# 1887. 52-tf .
dollars.For '
dollars. acute as well as chroniC diseases of all cmrec n-
eighth of fifty instalments of interest, fifty seven, entitled An art to authorize the Forgradnallncrease and expense of libraryone S section; thirty sir, township seventy, range Office. Waukeenab,Jefferson co. Fla. : Gwii &. l LTOi 'a-' ,

at five per centum, on one million three hun.krd people of the Territory of Minnesota to forma thousand dollars. I twenty seven ; northwest quarter of section Jan. 9. 1858_ 2-tf ___,_ aw, :
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.1i1orney-; : = ;
and sixty thousand dollar, per focrth constitution and State. government preparatory For expenses of the board of visitors, three thirty six, township seventy range twenty E.H.BERRY t' ; .
article treaty twenty third July, eighteen to their admission into the Union on an thousand dollars. seven ; west half of southeast quarter of sec. ) 5 TALLAHASSEE, Ft A.

hundred and fifty one, sixty eight. thousand equal footing with tho original States ;" and For forage for artillery and cavalry horses tion thirty six township seventy, range twenty of. Auctioneer add Cdtth1i.stbtiMERCHANT. I' D. W.3' GWYN A R. B. IIILTOM0 .'
dollars. whereas the people of said Territory did, on I seven ; north half of southwest quarter !
eight thousand sit hiindred vnd forty dollars. TTAVINO associated themselves tr eOw?: t.
For eighth of fifty instalments of interest, the twenty ninth day of August, eighteen For supplying horses for cavalry and artillery section thirty six, township seventy, range ALLAHAS8EKFIa.SepL29,189) 89 JLL of Law, will BIT* theirjoiatttsiiUon a

at five per centum, on one hundred and twelve hundred and fifty seven,..by delegates elected one thousand dollars. twenty seven. KNHJET I tb all Cious entrusted to them' Thf'1i1\aUlD 4<< r
for that form for themselves practice I Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That S, S i the Supreme Court, the u. S. District !ourl. t.nJ Jhe
thousand dollars, being the amount in lieu of pnrpose a constitution For barracks for detachment .
I dragoon one '
the CJrtnft
of Circuit Court at TallahnHee. and also
all such Hungarians entitled to the tight MERCHANT
and State which is: AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION
the reservations set apart in third article of government, re thousand five hundred dollars. Com U of OaJsden. Wakolla. Jefferson Madison MM!
lands
Senate's amendment: of twenty third June, puhUenn in form. and wall ratified and adopt For barracks for artillery detachment, six preemption to the above described by TALIj-iJlAJSZE, FLORIDA. Hamilton C'ouotie Office at the Courthi
ed by the people, at an election held on toe this act, who may have gone on to said lands:
hundred and ( thousand nve ,. Tallahassee
uunuiea j.iu
eighteen fifty two o treaty September!, 1865._ _05_ _
twenty third July, eighteen hundred and fifty thirteenth day of October, eighteen hundred I For purchase of a bell, and mounting tn* prior to Jannnry. twenty second,eighteen bunt March 6,1858. 10-1, .
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and fifty eeten; for that purpose: and therefore with the clock of the I QrcuCG .e .. 'men thaj time amihave T. W. BREVARD Jr.
One, five thousand six hundred dollars. same on one publio continued to inhabit and Improve me : HOGUE & MA
instalments of interest I buildings, fonr hundred and fifty dollars. .incy.iracB. ar-t Tr.* /t3fr. ,
For of ,
eighth fifty : I .
same, shall held their claims, not exceedingone VOUNS'.LLlA.
at. five per centum, on one million one bun. I Be it enacted by the Senate and House of I For repairs to officers' quarters, five hundred hundred and sixty acres to each preemptor TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ATTOKNBY & RR:

dred and sixty thousand dollars, per fourth Representatives of the United States of Amer. i (dollar against other subsequent claimants April ?4 1858._17_ .T XiA.W .. J

article treaty fifth August eighteen hundred ica in Congress assembled, That the State of For models for the department of cavalry, whatever: Provided any further, That said claimants HUGH A. COKLEY, TTA.VE. formed a icpartoershhLqtL ft .
Minnesota shall be and is declared hundred and dollars. JEL Law,and w4I altebd to anj profeiawoal:b val
and fifty one, fifty eight thousand dollars. one, hereby two fifty made .
under settlement and cultivation Attorney at LawjTair.suAsaxi Mea entrusffd (o their cara.'a. 1' *
For eighth of fifty instalments of interest, to be one, of the United States of A. For extension of water pipes and increaseof prior Id January.,twenty second, eighteen ; D.P.HOOUB,..A. PERRY AMAKER.U

at five per ctntura, on sixty: nine thousand mcrica and admitted into the Union on an reservoir, two thousand five hundred dol hundred and fifty five, or prior to the passageof : FLA. May 1. 1858._18 ..

dollars, being the amount allowed! in lieu of I equal foaling with the original States in all lars.For this act, shall make known their claims in January.17. 1H- aItYonge .EDWIN A. HART .; 1. .
the reservation of lands set by the third respects whatever. targets and batteries for artillery exercise .5' .I'
apart: I writing to the Register at C bar i ton within .
article of Senate's amendment of twenty third SEC. 2. And be i it further enacted, That one l Hundred and fifty dollars. three months from the date of publication in & 'M Clell n, .a.ttc:3moy a't avZ. '

June, eighteen hurled arid fifty two, to treaty said State shall be entitled to two representatives For gas-pip'es' and retorts, extension: to ca said district, of notice to said claimants, of .."t1iorn.eyos a."t ,.XW.pL&cricz TkMhaswe r PlbiU1 : :

fifth August, eighte hundred and fiftynb in Congress until the next apportionment dets' mess-hall, academic hall, and other the privileges granted hereby, to be given by IK ALL TEl oocars or wtnOffice's 'LO&.lD.' WILL practice in the CirraU.Ccorte,.olUle lfldT

<} toreb thousand four hundred and filty of representatives amongst the several public buildings, two thousand five hundred the Comnllsianer of the General Land Ofice; MAKIAHNA.' Dtstriflt, and U>e Snprtm CoerT of taw'
State, sod the Dfetrfcl i Court O1tbeUaILB1t.S*aJrTallahaase
dollars. States. dollar and in all cases proof and! payment must be C. C. TONGE.J. McCLELLAN. *. tJT Office over>h.eoll,......:
Treaty df Fdrt Laramie.-For eighth of ten SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That For stables for dragoon and artillery horses made at the land office aforesaid, within March t'3.. 1858., .1l-tl' O.J.Megiosuas. S' S. 5,. ,f 4

instalments in provisions and merchandise from and after the admission of the State of two thousand four huridred and sixty twelve months from the date; of pubjication f Jan 0, IMS.. _. 4. .. .,......

for' payment of annuities and transportation Minnesota, as hereinbefore proqided' all the eight dollar: of notice aforesaid. Beifl: F. Yfliiiig, : ..'

of the same to.eertain tribes of Indians, per laws of the United States which arenot locally Approved, May 11, 185S. Approved, !May\ II, 185 8.CHAP. l JmR1l) Yl &ffJ JliW A. J. g'iri'
LAW
seventh article treaty seventeenth September inapplicab.e shall have the same force .,. & ;

eighteen hundred and fifty one, and Senate's and effect within that State as in other CHAR XXXV.;.An Act to amend the Act entitled XXXVII: .-An act to authorize the Secretaryof AltDSOLICITOR *
Act settle the + Land IN EQUITY f0I'FIq&
amendment. thereto, seventy thousand dollars. States of the Union; and the said State is Ap to5certAand, prl ate the Treasury to sell the old Custom BOOM and VI"st.uu I1f nm m'BtnLpora'DrV orrotm

Umpquas (Cow Creek Band.)-For fifth of hereby constituted a judicial district of the third Claims, eighteen in the State hundred of CallforniA and fifty,one.Be passed. Match Site in Bath, Maine, and for other purpose WILL t practice.f Florida; ia the and Courts the Federal.of(f>*Comts.O''I EasteraCft-. Tkk: JtOJL b*Tits rtosHHAjT' *MVurar; OttntMX::,,:

twenty instalments in blankets, clothing, provisions United States, within which a district court, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of UT1LL.Pra dce fn U etecioeofbaed: ,,
it enacted the Senate and House of
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of the United States of A. .
third article add
and stock with the like the Representatives
treaty jurisdiction as
per powers
Representatives of the United States of Amer. RgepREl/C88: attead to UM oeBejction bC: bao..!
nineteenth September, eighteen hundred and district court of the United States for the ica in Congress assembled, That in cases mtrica in Congress assembled, That the Sec. counts prompc1r'uad.00tdi8i.. :
Lucas "
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CAFT. J. ,
fifty three, five hundred and fifty dollars. district of Iowa, shall be .established; the pending in the district courts of the United retary of the Treasury he, and he is hereby, COL. J. D. Ancy, )> Cbarltttim, S. C. Feb. 27:1858.lf : I-l

Fulfilling the article of twenty ninth November judge, attorney, and marshal. of the United : States in California, on appeal from the de. authorized to sell at public auction, after first FaAsca '&" THOvnoir, I IDa _

eighteen hundred and fifty four, with Slates for the said district of Minnesota cree of the commissioners to ascertain and fixing a minimum price therefore the old JAMM S..Joxxs TaUahatue, Via. Isabella ..Ro"'J ;
hdvse and site at Bath, Maine, when June 5,'57. 23WtLTJTAM .
the ball reside within the same, and shall be entitled ttle the land claims. in the State of custom Sin
private
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Umpquas and Calapooias,of Umpqua Val! to the same compensation as the judge California, under the act of Congress passed the Dew custoni house sHall be completed SCOTf!; XL'BANY: ..GEORGIA.otUrnr... "' .'
ley, Oregon.-For fourth of five instalments titlorney, and marshal of the district of Iowa : March third hundred and and fit for occupation ; and he is hereby an- : .

annuity for beneficial objects to be expended and !in...all cases of appeal or writ of error if either eighteen shall desire to examine fifty one, tho'rized to use all or so much ot the money ATTOKINI- [ AT" !LAW, THE: : abijye HOTEL' 1 llAI.na, th.. a 'lLa -.
party any % Is, .
qecgiaiid'
arising from the sale of said old custom house. .MONTICELLd,FtAt; *
as directed by the President, per third heretofore< residing DOY
!article treaty twenty ninth November, eighteen the supreme court of {be Untied States, upon said State, or shall any require the production of and site as shall be necess3rllo: ( furnish the J air 'o.1863. 10 tljui open" 'TALflG VRLt:,..,

hundred and fifty four, three thousand any record from the sifpreme court of Minne- written instrument book dvjnment new custom house. .
or HOQM tad Fnmltart .
any paper, 11 1858. FLOYD :fi HOLLAND sic .::TK Fi pri - Approved May
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dollars. sota TerriioVjj thb iriandate o'f execution or ,
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supposed to be in the possession or | t.anlMdoqsJc 4U$! ?w 4.
For fourth of ten itislalitfentl for the pay rder of further proceedings shall be directedby power of a witness residing in another district A tozneystL&S, 'iU2SC.&At HDTteb*, -*-* .
of a blacksmith, and furnishing shop, the court of'the United States to CHAP, XLVL-An act to prevent inconvenient practice! the circuit "Coorta of Miadle attatiod iaf' .....' 'bZtGuest.
per supreme the court wherein the ease is pending Accumulation in the Post Ofice Department of WILL aad hopes by ttnct On' .1,,... ,..
ninth district 'of the United States for the We.t Florida,and Iqth'e Sop> ffl. Court oftU 1'bWI. '.' :
sixth.trti&Ie! treaty twenty November tbe court or any judge thereof being satisfied, by affi. Postmasters' Quarterly Return ,Co DId'patroDlge. : "
I the State. Al.o in the Dutrioi Conrt of tb. Uni : .
PritldiBrola
court '
eighteen hundred and fifty four, one thousandand district of Minnesota, or to the supreme L.'Jl.DUBJiAJIfol
davit or otherwise: of the materiaKry of such Be It enacted by the Senate and House of eel 8Uteain the Northern District Florida. .. S
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dollars. of the State'of' Minnesota, as the nature of Albany. a. .. Jlaytt.tl6l: !: .: tjr :...,
sixty witness, or.oftbe proouction of, such paper Representatives of the United States of America ...;. R.J.FLOYD, Offlc ApaIcbi&Fla.D.PHOLLAND.Offiee ,. ..
For fourth of fifteen instalments (or the pay such appeal or writ of error may require; and written instrument, book, or document, as in 'Congress assembled! That, the 'post- Quiiwj Fla. '

of a physician,and purchase of medicines, per each of those court shall be the successor' evidence of the case, may order the cleik of master general may, (rom time to time, In his -Dee.It. t8 5._11 ,_- : .-

sixth article treaty twenty ninth November, of the supreme court of Minnesota.' Territory, said court to issue a aflbpoens, or a subpoena discretion, dispose of any quarterly reUtrns WILLIAM 8. DILWeKTH, 1- "- 11 .:.

eighteen hundred and fifty four,-.one thousand as to all such cases, with full power to hear duees tecutn,for such witness and. for such of mails sent or received, preserving (the accounts nd Counsellor.Lair I ,:" J! .
dollars. and determine the same,.and to award mense Atto'faey ;
paper.written instrument, book, or document current, and all vouchers accompany. ::z
F6 fourth, of ten instalments for the pay of or final process therein. ;' which subpoena or subpoena daces te- ing suc-b accounts, and use such portions of KOOTIGELLO.. 'FLORIDA. UoWud..m talc ebarj oa the Ub Maf J
.
a farmer, per.sixth aiticle treaty twenty ninth -Approved, May 11, 185& com shall run into any district in said State, the proceed thereof as. may be necessary to WILL pnetMM id the Courts of the Middle Cir M.ir BnCHu oatinot axertiaM wULbsaldt.gfv.

November,'eighteen hundred and fifty (our, arid be served by the marshal of either .district : defray tbV cost of separating and disposing ,and'n1ollLli 'and Lowndet Coaoty,0a fnli M&&etiM to an wte will paUmta* Jtiona ,r.':'
hundred dollars. CHAF. XXXIL-An amendatory of an Act en .Msrchtt.185& 1I-lr_ Apsjl24iU$, .- ,11 ri( '1 .
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six : ; As the court orjn'dge may direct: And of the sam'e'f Provided That the accounts i i'atJ
An Act to establiah two additional Land S
For fourth of twenty instalments for the DiitneU Territory of Minnesota."approved, the court or judge 'ordering. said writ. shall shall shall be preserved entire, "at least two LONG "ft"CiLBRAITH,. i i l/Ji.' riJgp" ur:

pay of a teacher and purchase of books and July'eighth! eighteen hundred and fifty-ux have power to enfdrce obedience to said process yeaVs. ATTOBRKTS: :a'i"LAW,'T I B .i.f.t.i... .
; T ;::
stationery,per sixth a'rtfcJe Ire \wentninth Belt enacted by'the Senate and House of and punish disobedience by attachment, Approved, May 34., 1858". J.G-d J.B.AlBRATTH bare aaaoeta'afadtfceinaelrMlntbapracUeeofLaw. .c, i"ION.JUK: .,; .

November, eighteen hundred and' fifty four, Representatives of the United Sutes ofAmerica -> and in lilternanuer. as,if said witness ridded S'M .. Tbej N ,."' ";; .' V' !.J t! !
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seven hundred dollar in 'Co assembled That so much( ,of within: the district h re'the cause may be Qui: LY1TL-An *.ct for extending the Land laws S will attend tb. Coma UM'iiddU Cireoitt 80- S .. 'r>oot.40.. !J J' <> d. ,
stipulations gtess pending arid all attachments and east of the cascade Mountains, in Oregon sad pram"0.arU aad the DatrUt Oonrta.f Lb.tTthtad iWm 'J.T.i&. ...i-tf. "t, '
Utahs.-For fulfilling treaty 'an act"entitled "An Act to establish two additional process WbinnTerdtOee. ..tat.4 atTallahaaaee.October .: ,. -S S .
with the Utahs,. pursuant to'the requirements (land'dlstrictsTn the'territory of Minnesota necessary to enforce ,obedience or punish S' j UM ; Yi"' .y'"
06M.ep
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eighth article treaty thirtieth December, ,'' approved ;Ju1eig1tbAunq: Domini:. disobedience lo the aforesaid writs of subpoena .Be it enacted by the Senate and House of tS. 18M. .- lr" S S S ..0'r.'l._. 3fe4' Representatives of the United States of A*. .. ::9ft
eighteen hundred and forty nine five thousand hundred and fifty '' defines the and subpoena duces tecum may be served :
as
eighteen six, .
merica in assembled That the 'S Uckel 4rcNswllf I 'SS uCJI
dollars.Winnetigoez.For. southern'boondiry; of the'northwettrntlanddistrict and'executed by themirshal of.either district! Congress : exT J
instalments 'side of tb. Hississipjf J as the court.or judge,.roa,.direct : Provided, fating laws.relating to the survey and disposal :'I'A.OTOK1 :!; ,.. ,.'iBBSSSJtSJ! '
S th81 last of ,thirty ,tta the west. That the witness attending the .court under o! the DuWio lauds ,in tbeT.rrUories of -;...1 .!-' .. .' ,' :JVI1''" .1_, I !.
1'II '
.second be and the iamO is hereby repealed, : "
in River
M annuity specie,per Oregon and Wssbiagti42wut; of the Cascade, .s.- '
article firat.August, cighteeif hundred and id.lieu thereof (be following boundaries a sobpcSna: issued-under the previsions this 'U eRcaI joisS'Ion MiebutAS O.t.s1. isg4_
treaty the act, in a district: in welch he does not reside, MoniftaldS) be,sod the same are hereby ex: ,. I ; "' :'
at
thoo.5aDd.dct1Ian.. established wit Commdncing
and twenty nlneyeighteen are to : : mad 1 also to the1 irfiids ., .
shall be tfded to thesathe fees for attendance tended and applicable 5 C1t&.1UJIIBtC S. 0., 5d : ...
For the last of twenty seven instalments as poi&t on! the eastern ride of Mississippi e \ within said Ter .I j1H .:a"l) \
of the State lying east of said mountains .. ...1LUC&a... x..xowzw. .
treaty fifteenth river where the tooth 'line touchesthe ,as allowed.bythilaws -.- S \
annuity in pecie, perthirdarticle f : present ritories. S .t.' ..1J1T. _
September, eighteen hundred *nd thirty rivtfr{ thee down laid River to the point of California h witnesses in similar ,casesi 29 1858. t Y' '.. '!.I ;;..;.' 0I' ,,; : .
Approved, Mal ,
two ten tho und dollars. opposite the intersection with the river,of the. Approved, May 1L158CuarxVLAnAct! ,. -" 5 aad. viQ'mai, adraoc**;& all. : } ,\
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the last of instalments 'for fifty eighth standard parallel to the point of inter' ... 5 : : _, ,.J.. ... tt-Jr.a' -W" *'-* -" S .
For thirty
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four thence : for th5 Relief bt the flan. lion J.,Clancy Jones has jecuraaousina. : ,.. 4aV4rAWnMSLAlNOTYPES' .
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meridian number .
first
article rectioo of guide ; i"W n.tM .
treaty r.
of .
barrel ,
sal-pevcond !
To 'seventh gmria SetUm' npo certain Tract of Laud 1* ted fen Congress by, ,the: :Democrats of the W .... d .....
meridian 'the' .
nine, two along said gafJe:' from Ordfp.or .UI : tbe"tbIie. ..
August, eJgbteoittfnarl: twenty ; : IklUtertareMrved S41 by 8th district Pennsylvania.' .. ,] omJS tahel the old IItaDd' ;: .C -4Ibi'j$
hundred'* 4J fty dollars; standard parallel; 'thencewed' al6iguid'seveth'paralls1'to the President,dated January, tweatl twoTdgb. .. _- ..-. : IF' ...
5. 'i pnpancI''P''r1.Mt .
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the Sioux Wood" river i teen hundred?fifteen. : .
'
three&ousan& '
,
F&hLUtbftbfrtyinstalrnentl for# S S :d.pti dutriot;John Hiekman has been .. :wiIt1:j cs, 'r."
tJffobaet ; seiorfd' a'r- thence north, to ,tlr. l1n. heretofore 'established Be Jt enacted! Ay the Senate and House of $ a 'BAILBY( iMit\lm.1
7odt -pe. ; : of the United States of Amwica repudiated and Charles Dr Manly'nomnuued; S :;': l sr.e./i ._" 1ib : 't' S
I tide tre'ttV ftsi Xngffst, "'Ightein TmndredfindK : .. Representatives : :'the I auisttad.I .. .* *. : ., .uv:t:.'V ..* ..b.J .......h'. j ...5 ... ...... !. .. .': ,Q. "''I.:to U.,r t* 1"PsTdsuiib b fUO "$* ". '
& .And be It: further ; euacred/Tfest ; fat .Cofligress assembled, Test right. .. > # '
k red ; ,/ a 11
'For &e fast of 'twenty ,.seven '&ust4c4eaLs. ..th*' *mm rJ' f3 I J tf' ATCSAW ID exeeOeat e nditioa for'ti*' purpose pobs 1 t right st'sbepJ -:' : 5
fOT'iao(jh : hundredr*>-ttnda of to' 'tweatfPCout.be the' boundary line betweenthe to Hungarian settlers on thai bod.y Should trousers procured on a .credit. be desipe.L The Public uslstjtsd to/ -call.OeLZlIUT .tt 3'Au wsrr nld weiTnstd.J t
'+' gfajSnir article* northwestern and northeastern laud dis of l land reserved from sale or l location by considered breeches of trust I 4- -- 5- L IMS. i-ly .
fifteenth
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; J1gri[ ) inn & ; Jfmtrnal.ftJ.Tt7BD.ir me of.om political raJ Blecttmt frm v ul1vts 188.Mal of f f I The time:AD0elD4e- eem to b pt8TICkat.prolific of; artful dodge f I Democratic Motmcnxo Meeting, FI*In.. Sypt.ZeKe 6th.n.1858.* F"I IMO Ns.&pOc-ate Jr"fCIIrIt 1M,Charleston HaiIO C"MerestS EasT!Fu.. l1 r I is dUtinctfrsmfiction.-founded t. which upon we ef wish ld ftnyand to) be This.inform testimony it Isiimlswlsklseaake ed? All history stamifor *!


the uebg .in i' and independent moves, having foC their ot.jec the i BS. &ORS. The Democratic Maw Meeting p August 29. 1858. ) it most
._ country are Indulging speculations regard wa held in this on the -4\K for the !t .- it cannot be rjrB&that the gnRtlr'men trim
the place purposeof
to the great contest of 1B5O.Ex'e defeat of the Democracy present campaign. M. .Ei>rroao Hy oect'1trespaaaing on your :
naVritten
Iwt. 'tsfifird
hate to what is
'rALLL-aAeaEI, ; that tint three* State: in aU There bueeD already no Jt than.three distinct, nominating candidates 1 represent this county 1; tune andlaperr1* td dUabusfth. public mind of 1 ; faw.
sew ira
\ ) at firt"
WALKER' ( dIipOW4
the man
pbLi. In General Assembly. Maj. DAVID aodKcry yhoMIS tc
full tickets 'in this county say nothing they laboring in regard -
: ty, will l>e admitted into the Union presented t popular error under which are t .
linn&Ita. took the Chair and the of the | credit tb. rumors which were so "btmly tirtnlfli
and alone" :'candidate, explained objects i i.I i.
ICPTEKBBB of "solitary 'Squire Cotton it
11,. 18fit. (already In the Union KAnra and the to the probable amount of Long
)
,' Oregon "Notis" in the last Stn- meeting. On motion, T. Lisob. XL ST AW the as to the negligent ot Judge Hawkins, will: thank
whose } n of
thi
htrJe will be made ia ec'tten country |
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f expected
; DEMOCRATIC tfOXINATlOXB. yet to come il I> 1855, the .hole number of Skipp. and P. OEANTTHV were appointed I I. ,them for stepping forw M to arrest the How ,Lihm.
B 5rl'are.
0 antieE
tio' I : this "p.son. One month ? planter
.. _r _* cIted electoral vote Stales"the.206; including the above re- I On the 20th of July the names of four gentlemen The Chair announced, that, under the rule, the j pated an overwhelming trop eg every from I'll parts of this through ignorance of the repl ?f\."'*, they! ..were al.uiinfliciin
new number in will
aggregate & I first bu in,ss in order was the nomination of a candidate (( upon an uDOff'nd he.J.
I I in the columns of I to
our
ros roxexKis : be 306. Of this 154 be for were suggested neighbor county and Alachna. ne er saw th ttt_ better
required a Now after all Me-s. Kd ;h. d* "
v.1 majority I fur State Senator. !W*, t r U* 'i t
SON 0. and of the as suitable t represent the county in the Legislature pirll rio- dIm I ever se-: the weed larger or better
81 306 electoral will very
HAWKINS ty
; votes 120 belongto
; CoL, in Uined tot- Has the debt
E. E. Blackburn pnt CoL John Finlaysdn ; eom ot-actonat.( been re
the slave State and 18C to the free States. The I but, some how or other the suggestion fruited. I t'ould: see acct>"ats of it !Il every Caroli- | .
nomination. pud!*>!c3 b'thmt govcrjiment ? Are the volunteer
: bitLT did net appear to take and they were incontinently rut ahd Qcbrgia t'nfortunately ire are now j
of the
majority North the South is thus shownto paper
over
I : V6. : : There being no other candidate presented, on ,I to lose their dies By no mmn! It is now reduced
I be dropped as much ustlw. lumber.. Thi* wit doomed disappointed. The first cf thwinonth
I! .. fc. fcalbralth, R. C. Williams, 60 According to this showing if any South Ticket No. 1.a motion of Maj. D. B Bird.JOHN.F1NLAY3ON was I which has cbatiiiued to this tttne. : to a certainty that the appropriation fortheir.relief
obtains brought rain
cnn man the of the Charleston up
Domin.loD nominated for the Senate by acclamation and | will early! at the next session of Congress,
nni
reM
T. W. Christie.
Brevard Jr.., Jt & Convention, he must command the entire of Later, on'the 24t I of August, four other gentlemen each day bringing two or three riioVers with it,

I the South and \ot constituting Ticket No. 2, with no little fuss ehl 1 .I and as a all sort of insect j jOn i I less the people are so.blinded. to oust_our present
I votes from the the necessary consequence
S Norh. The Chair then announced that and weaken influence
the hu
I under rules
j representative, thereby
ftr Judjre Hawkins. >
.AppoUtmenU
and trotted Two of them
r t South should unite parade, were ont. the 27th July the caterpillars first made their
p Just as we were going to the f.i to upon any one man, the understand the next business in order was, the lilting, by the r ;I during thf remainder of the period for irhich be .*
yesterday the editor
press for Southern however, very quietly gave t -(two days earlier than" toy aueee 'Iihgvcarand I
prospect a nominee would be appearance
; following appointments% for Judge Hawkins gloomy eetal'iea. of the names of those who were to be lJ remain. Then in spite of all the ru-and feather,
it were indeed. As that unlike Barkis, they were nW "willing. I ) have worked and accomplished now
our ha lion increases in I
$ received power wealth voted-for as candidates fbr the House, i the injury done the volunteers i I. comparativ,
: and Their declension bade fair to .knock what they did not do last until three weeks ,
, MadilOD..Thund.y.RepllGth. material resources, the Presidential office become consequently The list being completed and the names of all the | year .ainll-though it wouM be superfluous to deny that
into the the second effort to
pi, j later than thill."ery one hai them, and can i
a printers sy.
p more and more the duties more candidates being put before the meeting, the meet you j. there is one ela.s of who have been
)Ioutic llo. . .turday. 18th arduous and imprnt "divide and eonquer"tutj as the Editor promisedthat see the effects on the cotton at a mile's distance I II persons greatly

Centreville ..... ..YondAy.H 20th, embarrassing ad the approaching vacancies shduld supplied, was expected ing then took a recess of fifteen minutes, to give I inconvenienced. 1 refer tt those who, according tn
I from a field several of neighbors are nearly :
than that \ ; my
more at has
Jirw Port . . .Tuesday 21 t. juncture any transpired in our tbat the two remaining name would not only be the voters time to prepare their ballotsOn coining I i rumor hate vtuTzttd ftp the patriotism of time
eventful these eaten out, and nearly all have their cotton blackened. I|
: Qnincy .. .. .Thursday 23rd. history, dutic imperatively require kept in their places at the head of the editorial I II together, the voting commenced 249 votes beIng I iftlaier, and sre therefore largely Ihterestrd ,in the
that the j But with the caterpillar alone, Mr Editor i j
indhidol filling the office should
L an registered and On counting out the payment of the claim which they hoH l'
able and column but that they Would soon be backed up by pleJ we might hAte made n pacing but sir the posrrrs
; An article the experienced statesman -whose name and the Cbair the result be For crop;
by Principal in relation to the I Tote annonced to : I of Attorney. Do tins grntlemen! imagine that an
character other, a per previous announcement. Imagine.then. fruit line l>ecn cat sudden wet weather and the
would
t State Seminary advertised ; inspire at home and consideration D. Bird by i
in this 8Iue. will appear respect B 175 votes for Gen'l Whitficld 166, A. appropriation would the more readily thO
the of the least oral any pall
I surprise eoniraunitj'At effects of boll-worm the ii covered with
in our next We have a promitc of a reriee, on the abroad. It is well and becoming that 5!. Manning 101,B. W. Bellamy 140,Jai S. Walker ; ground ; house of Representative if the bill were
J annoaneea
the Democratic tho not in the secret looking into Toe'day's and la all have the red and i
should young p"d crown we
of from the people ebvus the 9*}. D. Bird Gen'lVhltlield and Dr. A. M.
i abject Education Is it
same pen. not met. D i a* one for their special relief? Let then bf r'tsvn
Sentintl, to find the last of the
and Independentsgone The above
bug. Mr. I j jI
of statement
qualifications the Editor
tine for Floridlans the leading aspirants for that of all the I green
to awnke to Manning a
I importance of listing reeeie majority able and bide their time. DELTA
also their bag and baggage1! had been dropped II make with reluctance would I make it being .
dignity it
, i availability-although that a Te. the I nor ( .
thorough Intellectual and moral training and to f votes tat, and being threfe highest, were dc- j -
! I seek it in their own institutions secondary consideration of fur less importance than at the saying iJ. "like a uttu.EdItor without even glared duly nominated The candidates then came j,i so contrary to accounts you have hither o heard) j j jI From the Cvlumbv (G.) Ttuut, Au% 31.

> .- the formerin order that the Convention, in it* ac- so much as a parting word n'oi or correspondent forward in the order named above, the i I| did I not consider that I was doing nothing more ; JudgeHawkins and the Fiori..Ian.-

tion reflect the views of Its Such a mysterious and untimely end accflte than fellow t teer .
to
Oev. Perry. may constituents. At nomination, and in and I a simple piece justice my planters j
'
: llis Excellency arrived here on Monday last in L this early period t. little can be done by those belonging after I.pfotniaing a begnnin.was unaccountable retaroc-l! thanks very Beat arpropriate"peehe j|j and myself, and that It would be endorsed by oth- W* see by the paper, that efforts are being
for the
to Until the a little paragraph honor conferred, j' ,j inaJe to injure the Democratic nominee ftc Con-
:1' improved health, though suffering somewhat from to the great Democratic party) more than I many) a'i era better known to you. ,
debility. ,suggesting the names of certain dislinguiahtd ibdividaals in the Mffle paper,announcing the fact that a meet : pledged themselves to do all in their power (if The Indian territory will be surveyed next spring i i greta. in our sister State, by charging hipm-iib

I r ,' was to be held the !I ISti. dieted) totthe good of tin* county and the State I I in the of
i 'i ie *- as worthy of the Presidential succession.. ing ntttav, at "Hodj ou' which sill open a large field for enterprising men I' negligence matter pay asked for ia timesitppreasicn
Gen'l CUTD and Dr. Torn, T.mpa.luU'e been _, for the of at large. Other speeches were made by CoL Black I' of Indian hostilities of that NLile
The most DrnI.*"* --- tl <* urged in express purpose nominating IlJe.1 to raise tropical fruits. Young men fond of adren in
_j.uiog ia our for ik. .. burn and CoL J P. Anderson. CoL. is fine
city .w. A. a
Titvy ptudent Ti'bJ .
connection with the : 3! 1837.i
the This
Xo .
I post arc following: Daniel I announcement elvcd lure can, by" procuring it government surveying
I bring nointelfigviree Of interest respecting the few S Dickinson, Vice President Breck'nridge, R. M, 'hi mystery connected with the withdrawal of speaker, and made some happy hits. His speech: tonti-act. make stioney.I i Whilst we are not dUposed in the slightest degree
Indian
r yet remaining South of Pea Creek. T. Hunter Henry A. Wise, Jele D. E *.ght and]I "hat was left of Ticket No. 2 I"as .the ntUk I!I produced a fine impression. The whole meeting an gentlemen, very respectfully.: to meddle in their _ff.in. we think it bat just
CoL JAMB* M. Bate*. of Columbia. ifl fine health ; were te hear him he was done with
pub
James Ducha in the sorry say to their
D. There are other cocoanut. No. 2 had been growing small Your obedient very worthy Representative that we should
and spirit, i* also in out midst, and will leave in a respectable gen I lie life. He is a gentleman of fine talents, and is servant
tlemen of, )but public opinion. far it by degrees and beautifully less," and Hodgson'sStill" A StJBSCRlBFR furnish him te tiou>ny bearing directly upon the
few days for tho Northwest We wish him "pkel 1 calculated I.
a plea I make mark in He is
hai teen t h. any ,ul imt
of controvert
I developed, inclines to a choice out of the promised to relieve the Editor and his correspondent crowd --- > matter Judire Cravlunl
S
ant journey and a safe return. just the man whom the would love to honor -
-. > list we have pat down. Daniel S. lickinaD. of i of the trouble of making tickets and maa. tot the Floruli & Journal.MESSRS. I lour immediate Representative, being a member cf

: Col. 91. Whit Smith- New York, has a more elevte national reputation I electing them-through the Se7i l. The meeting then gave three cbett for Hawkins EDITORS': There are at presentbefofe the the Wa'* and left Committee happens to l"

We have it from good authority that this gentleman and a cleaner political rrord than any statesman,, Look out for Ticket No. 3, then on Tuesdaynext and In adjourned October to with meet at their the poll on the frill 1st of people of Florida two candidates for Congrew, elcL! very familiar with this claim The questions he

has been appointed by the Postmaster except Buchanan and Pierce, North of Mason's and I This ticket, we understand, is made up of I Monday Democratic pockets professing to belong to the Democratic party-one informs u*, came before the Hen** in the shape of

General, General .Mail Agent for this State and the Dixon'a line. We can hardly speak In terms of to Charles Bnnern. Joel Blake, Joseph Clwire, I votes: old the regular nominee of the Convention held in Mon an uinvndmrnt by the Senate to the Army Aj>prti
Saturday gltfrior for the
Southern portion of Georgia. It i* a most excellent great commendation of Mr. IX In point of intellect Sr., and Dr. G. Troup Maxwell-the two latte be was a day goc"3 ticello. and the other an independent aspirant An I pnation Bill, the best method to bs adopted to M

appointment and will give universal satisfac he has but few superiors, while his boldness, lag well-known Demrrt. and neither of them L I cause in this county. :Many of out late opponents the time that it becsnlc publicly understood that I cure the passage of a claim which U likely to' !te

tion. vigor and decision remind one very much of Gen'l I giving, by word or deed we venture to say, the I &me into the meeting and took part with us, and Dr. Westcott would run in opposition" to the nominee I contested by tIle House. This amendment provided

Inefficient Postmasters and defaulting Mail Contractors Jackson. The rancor and violence with which Mr. slightest ptrmiskion for such an use of their names I will continue ti> do M while we are true to ourllraciple of the Monticello Contention it vas asserted I that the sum of $333,000 should lie appro

may look out. I). has been pursued II the opposition fur his just D. Maxwell is absent from the State. and consc I There It now no opposition in our by his authorised friends that the ground of hU *>p-- I! priateJ to the payment of the Volunteer whore
) has died Hawkins
out.
S s and patriotic political course, i is sensibly diminish. quently his view ennnot be kit n. lift. Ahlres, I county. I majority 'i position was the fact that Our present Represent services were called into requisition in Florida in
SaJee of Latad be hundreds, if full vote is 1 don't see
i t The ing while it has endeared him to the heart of we belt\t. is in tl'd county, and speak for |I I polled. tire bed been guilty of criminal neglect of duty the year 1867. According to the rules of thS
attention "oi1
of land
I
I buyers is l invited to the adVertisement every hoW it can be less tfcah maj
Democrat who loves the fundamental of t himself. His wel known cluiractef I h a certain 40 r1y. during the pending of the appropriation bill for House, the bill with the Senate's amendments was
of Alaj. Beard as Receiver In the case principles I I write this hasty (ketch of our at dIe instance I
of Garr and others The his party. guarantee ia to what will!) he the nature of his tejlyto Electing the payment of the volunteers of the late Florida taken up and referred to the Ways and Means Comroltte'e .
vs. ApaUehicola Land Company j' of one of the Secretaries, AS there is not time
I Vice President Breckenridge to be the this adroit attack upon tl. integrity. war-that by the failure of the same, great inconvenience If the good people of Florid onfy knew
offering for sale, on the most favorable term. Appt.t ltl before the mail closes, to more or make a detailed I
aboat a million of acres of Florida land*, comprising t.rorir with the West and Suth"et The glorious That this "U Jgan'1 Still" movement arigiaated I! statement I hope say the public will had been,occa ione\l to many of our best I the efforts of their Representative to peas tins

every variety and eligibly sitnated for profitable and extraordinary canvass made by him in with life.long enemies of the Democratic part wo i iInpp i this imperfect statementI excuse citizens and that Judge Hawkins was responsiblefor I artucdment. they would at least be satisfied that no

cultivation. the Lexington Di.trd. and throughout r will not be denied. names I nr that failure. If these charges can be sustained one else could have d*>3e fnore, and Ih&'t if i! could
Kentuck. will here that it i is the wish of late
1 Also to the advertisement of Junto L. Taylor generally, the eloquence and &el di pla.'ed may appear among those who took part in the that state the of our be the accusations lire ju .tifijblc if not, they who I hate passed at all at that cession At wonfj, Lave

in overthrowing Know Nothiugisrn State, final proceedings, it i is true, but not the first opponents proceedings our meeting intake them have pursued a course which every succeeded in doing it
Esq., Special Master in Chancery, appointed to sell! tha .I I' also published in the Sentinel I hope the Sentinel I
valuable real estate in Leon county. This is an excellent and the many strong pnt of his character. 1.ave instance in which Democrats have been un"iting. will this article. MONTICELLO.Calhtfun honorable man must heartily deprecate and lc pie. i, Judge Hawkins calle
i J tract of land most desirably situated for made him legion of with the national De ly used to divide their party. The real aulltor, I copy ... I Let as calmly Examine the questions, at issue, and of the committee( before whom thi amend

agricultural porposcs. mocraey. the gelters-up of the niOTnneht, howeter will not: totn.,Nomination. form that ju.lgmrull.Jnt sustained by the facts in went was pending ptrtonally.. and endeavored to
I
Hunter and Wine to be the favorite found but We learn that Mr the cac. secure from the committee
And again to the advertisement of Messrs. E. C. appear South h among them among the old oppo- I i says Patrio. : recommendation that

ok IL C. Cabell, who offer for sale their Urge and l ern candidate, Virginia seems to be divided in ncnts of Democracy-among those who,when Whig-| F. A.Representatives Robinson has, bean by the Democrats f\r of the Houseof It mould be absurd to deny the fact that many fie Home "concur in the Senate's amendment

valuable plantation Ia Jefferson county. together her preference !>ctween these two distinguibhedstatesmen. gefy was in the ascendant in Lon. would have S i, Mr. Robinson. has fur years rekiJ. d in Clhoun.county. I very \forthy citizens of Florida h'afe been greatly I Thi, perhaps might have teen accomplished at

with 118 sliTM, mules horses :.. :c., on favorable Both arc able and strong men, who laughed at the idea of going Jlat ad half" with L I and is H gentleman of intelligence and ability, and j I inconvenienced by the failure of the appropriation this time,but before the vote was taken the Secretary

terms. have had ranch experience in plticai affairs, and I tie iron-flte Democracy in a legislative ticket, i< will ably represent that countt in the Legislature I bill, for debt were unquestionably contracted and I of War enclosed a communication in which h*

who have filled. for a serUa or'Cr. ., tl n>_._ liicrliont but ho. now that their own nartv has fallen to I I! if elected, .which we hope will"be the cue Sir R.ii credit txtcnJed'upon the supposition that they ttatrd that it would take over $500OOO to liqu--
--o-n. aD in>rir 1i<* littyen mind will do All in Ills I II
DaBow' Rcvizw: roa ScrrouEa it filled as usual stations with credit to themselves and usefulness to I pieces through its own inherent we1nt8.are not I to advance the interests of his constituent owel We j would lw disc1larlrcJ.. nn tire .nnt-monf 01 ----- of- the---- trnnrx.'._-.-. I I date these rljimn. anti that the additional .m utlI \'

With Inviting reading matter. Its table of contents their country. )[h'. Wise[ has long ranked among only anxious to see, but .are laboring to bring I expect to see Culhoun full into ranks this election, which should have been made by the last CongreM. I II was shown to be require l by other! volunteer,

J embraces the following:-Trans.Atlantic Telegraph, the brightest stars in the Democratic constellation, I about, in the Democratic organization a similar i: with increased nunilrs.For i The bill faiied, !how! 'tin the House of Repref en- I which had just been received. Thi* settled the

.! American Coal Held, Geographical and Statistical A respects talents and attainments, though his state of confusion. Democrat of Leon, Keep tieaHd --- i 1 Ulth'Ci. to the disappointment of all these expects I question before the committee against Jo cairence:
I the fliridian I IULENI
Society Justice Even from the North Diplomatic) reputation f6r eoDsitttcmy)' of ]political action and out of your eyes When you hear an old Jt JV'lr. lions-and presto! tile community without inquiring First, because. it was proper< ,L.n prai.mt was

Relations with Mexico Agriculture Commerce, fidelity to the South has been $ damagedby enemy of Democracy talking about independent I i! SmiteS." C., Aug. 29, 1858 j for It mortent into the cause of the *"Jnr. m., bat it should Ltu Jt in full; and second,

i Manufacturer, Internal Improvements-Education, his recent Course upon the anoua1. tickets, and all that rest assured there's MC:* RS. EDITORS: hincc__ _leading Forida. some .:..... situ our unfortunate Representative like that all the claims, ogctliir: with the voucher

1 1 Editorial de. Mr. Hunter is the well known U. S.queston Senator from in the wind. Ile'e trying to blind you with something show 'I _two ny months 01 four a"o. 1 >that_ in.r certain; I sections JOOkit of oter the I' men 1t11U I. TIme paper fcf the opposition were !I therefor, should be before the committee and the

The terms of the Review are $5 per annum. For the Old Dbmiofon, who, iftee the death c-f Mr. CalLouts of liberality, when in I--. '.-V -tC1ag to State a iue' been raised addressed e&clusirely to the soldiers. Flaming appeals House long enough for a thorough examination..*

a club of three (10 i a advance Address Washing has teeh unIrer Tu' -*e-' -'-'< -. me lead car you over to htm. He is against your candidate Judge Hawkins great for tyllas JercMitron against to their prejudice tee.ueJ through the col- Thus the bill went back to the Home and the Committee '.

I ton or New Orlean. '. -3,1'I < 01 lilY volume tug southern man in that body lie possesses an for Congress and agil.t your party organization I apparent of duty. nmn* of such sheets a* the Jactofirillo Republicanand of the Whole under the recommendation of
the last i of
during seneitfn ii
may also be ordered active and pLifopophicsl mind of great native : If there was one spark genuine political Cong c! not prosecuting tile People's Advocate. if the conductors of the Ways and Mean* Committee rejected the Sen

The editor nBotnce* his intention t resume af. force which has been strengthened by the most liberality about hhn he wonld unite tith you, in Florida more Voldntce's successfully th dlim in behalf of the these scurrilous organs were deeply distressed at ate' amendment Every maD in Florida conld not
for servic rendered
ter December next, permanently, his residence in assiduous study and rejection. His private character stead of endeavoring to wheedle yott (supporting during the the misfortune-of the **poor dear soldiers" Their have prevented it. This non-concurrence formed
last
I New Orleans, at which point the main basinets of is pure and unsullied; and fr his atility and isis Jtemer. There are no greater snlmer- card recent war with Billy and hit eoradtl The editors were seized with a laudable desire to reform one of the disagreeing votes of the two House on
issued the
Mt-ssrs Yulee
;
the work will then fee conductedTnrSATAXKAB Versatile attainments and the orthodoxy of his I lents of party or cordial b.kr of Democracy by lon : Maorynn the abuses of the officials of the Democratic party. tie Army Bill and of consequence had to to a
Hawkins go
in reference thereto shodd I think
political creed. commands attention in the Senate than these same plausible Agifti Since the days of Luther have Committee of
I JovanALor Mznioras for September inepnlentf have satisfied all cavil the we never had the Conference, which ttai composed of
beyond most fastidious
which is conceded to but one or individuals. we sny Wateh out for tand' plenty ; like of Reformers. The in Senators Davis
likewise tw times their afforded SKdellaird
i re.tud, rail article interesting O it but, as there still seems 16 be opinion. Coltaoar. Rrpresen-
some doubting
0 He is in about yet
p every respect a first class statesman of the Still! a favorable I
\th. profession. old Iogn' 'hom's. I deem it but justice to Judge Hawkins opening for the formation of an j tatives Qaif tan, Crawford and Slanton-and here

Virginia stamp. Sin 1 ab\e has been in type, tfe tat. re.celyet to submit for organization to be created by a combination of men I again Judge Hawkins nsed ete/y effort In hM

Dally _a for the ute Jesse D. ntgh IB a Western man, whose cbarac the proceedings of time meeting in question, publication a copy of a letter just received whose ambition o'er-lenped their ymatriotiamand i' potter to hcve it allow'ed but, it
being
from the
We have the ter ts familiar to our readers, a* well as lila too* Me for insertion in lion. Mr. Lawrence M. K.itt a bound upon
pleasure t announce that the eon past to-day's ForUiln.4 dignified and together by tho cohesive poWer of public staled that the original amendment to Senate's bill,
gallant independent member to Congress
tract for a daily mall! from history and services to the Democratic party. reqae ted. A glance at ferohrtir/tis them plunder." The combination
C.rlen. }'ernA lei from this fctate which I was made-and hence providing $385,, wonld not be sufficient the
dma Baldwin and Alligator t Tallahassee has been spl'of as a roan of Bund judgment, clear to be tfrc work of a skilful flnnd. A prcice unselfish and disinterested, motives trust' from its most I tile fact that the clearest proof cannot sitiitfy them I I Conference Committee naimaily determined to
will
authorized by the Postmaster GeneraL This stale strong natural sagacity-all of which is thimbld-rigging politician could not hare I fixed set at rest this groundless, amply suffice -j of the innocence of Judge Hawkins. They make a I, report against it. and l let the who!. amount sill the

ment i. snide on the authority of a private letterto i doubtless true, ansI will plaee hhn conspicuously up" thing f a Atote ndVfilt' style for the purPI With t these hasty remarks, occasioned charge.from the j great error however, in supposing that the sound I vouchers, &., be brortllIt fortrsfM and examined
before the
the editors from Senator We Contention at Charleston. in notice that both the j sense of the be !
Mallory. quote: Of Mr. Buchanan papers fact that the mail from this place closes in a few people can *o far 'fl1fti5ed. or that I beforeaimypant sfconTdT paid. Tbis"agreemtit

POST OrncE DuntxU )l we h.n.pel hereafter. He are modestly asked to keep the proceedings" and not another for several very the volunteer, who were drarfn from that substantial on the part of the committee the men of Florida
V: is tie man of the crowd and1 we shall him in their columns until the tltttion moments days time and could1
.IGTOY. Sept, 1858. f ; give a standing -now is precious, as the canvass is fast waning-I will conservative population vbi>-h has sustainedto I not haft prevented.

You caff anftotnee the fact, that the Postmaster separate article. some four weeks off! A.good j"k.but rather too conclude a g'eat degree the repeclabHity afcrf integrity The Senate's committee Laving rtetJed the
by that the
General has to-oay authorised a contract for a We believe President. ad Vice Presidential expensive. The rrteing moreover, ore incorrectly remarking correspondence between of the State of Florida can be" led by propriation fell Again ap
r dally mall from Charleston to Tallahassee Fer- ticket can made of Col_ Keilt and myself was suggested td me representations however when the report
out the
n h we have made they rc'II. they are calculated .
k Ducn. Baldwfir and ffo advertise which by ray having heard.through a private source that (3 palpabland shamefully fraudulent, to ignore made to the House, it was adopted by aa
elected
might and the
Alitr. whose to For
I wn be made at contract being b administration IlileaJ public. instance, i is stated the Colonel had expressed himself to that principle of common jnstite hich lie at overwhelming majority; but intermediate the tiara
would previously
but temporary, until! SOth June next; after which dignify and adorn our political history. We that I a large and respectable number of Democrat an the foundation of human natufe.rM is its guide when the report was received and the taken
( adyeremente will be made Including all the de trust such a selection will be made for the.honor *" were in-attendance-thaf'Dr L burnt intelligent gentleman all here from Florida, in avery when vote ,
unwarped etil Judge Hawkins
by did
S influences and be all
led
in that man could do
and flattering mannef Reference to the to
lUa dc interests and recti.
You J. D. Broorae"
tly. 0 out country. made speeches- -bat is not to'dd
S I MALLORY. stated.that a large and respectable it tude of Judge Hawkins' co n in Congress t nela. tnereby an act of grow fnju lice to an honorable I change the current whici lowed strong again

-inc unarlestpn- Mtrcvry of Kfore numLr" of inc the spjironriatmh in behalf the Florida Voluntcers. gentleman; who has not only had no share in this claim.
contains
Studrlat I THUmonJ.'e the same Democ1t with .D. L. S. Dual and bringing about their misfortune bat was powerlesi I This is a tree Judge -
a letter announcing the came gratifying intclIrgence invite attention artIcle copied1! Into I J. D. OPPOSED statement of hawkins'neetion C a.

which we snl join: this paper from the Columbus tle(Ga) Tiniei, Containing and Brme.so declared! Whether th proceedings it out and Adieu, with my very '<*t ishcs rl'1 the success lo'prevent H. If Judge Hawkins had been negligent With these elaitn in Congress a* given .to'

WASHINGTON, Sept J, J8M. ; the unsolicited testimony of the Hon. Martin J. in out the account given of the ,was ta 'leave designed the, of the Democratic Party. WARDLAW. defence.of his duty I for one would not appear io hi j. I as, !Ii form and substance, by oar immediate Esprcientati'te .

I meetIng BntTdo the facts pf of e this T First in reference Hon. Martin J.
am gratified In being able to inform that CrawforJ, member of Congress from I he Mnscogee public to infer that the Crawford.We .

the POr General ha*authorized a daily yon mail District to the untiring exertions of Judge Hawkinsin in favor of the ALL Democrats present were GLE'!SPIU"G S. C. 25th Aug. 1858. to the AaUerJ; we have the explanation of take pleasure in giving it ia justice to a worthy -
by between Charleston moY'ent. we do not know and do Mr DEAB Si* I have received Judge Hawltlns
amot. and Fernandina ; just your note ack himself clear and precise, a*to the gentleman, who U regarded his
the associate
ad daily mail, four hone urging through appropriation to pay the not allege ; but it is due to the by
by post certainly gentlemen ing me to causes which
eoche express my opinion the manner in produced" failure of the bllL Bat in
between Baldwin, the volunteer This i th. a i Wathington-those who witnessed hi* exertion-
on Florida whose
ad testimony more important names are .well as to the other which the Hon. Mr. Hawkins of Florida, the his accusers gave no weight to tfiis. They ia behalf
the gnn. daring of the Florida Volunteers ,
T.1Jaha Capital of Florida. The service a* it comes from one who was a member of the Democrats con a* a faithful
commence a* soon a* the COt r can put the Committee of Way and Means a* well the Committee present vee likewise against a last session of Congress, prosecuted the claims of tended that the plea of"not guilty" would of course guardian i of the interest of bit constituency. W**.
lock as nomination that their
upon the route. Conference, and who true position should b sta the Florida V ounle for compensation for set1* be rendered by the party seemed-it was a privilege know the value of such testimonials having :lad
Heretofore the communication between f .consequently ted. A thing that is worth telling at all,should vices rendered by them in the late of law .
ton and Tallahassee baa been by Carl in a position to Icnote to what extent Judge Hawkins told as it occurred. The b war with the -and the Judge, in order that hIs own occasion.W lay before the Voters of talk dUtrfet(Jd)'
Secretary is not Seminole ,
complicated rut through Southwestern exerted bmsell. We commend the article referred ble for the re"psi. Idfl explanation might not go before Un people snen- letters from the Hon. Jefierao Dmiti Geal Woof

interrupted frequent Delay* and Gera. to the careful of lie omission referred to. The I take greatpleasure in doing Judge Hawkins dorsed by other, who were acquainted with the and CaL.'tiken ia regard to- the niHUry'reputa

new service makes the communication with t aoUo voters of the Sw were written out, as we are if\red. anothergentleman the sheer of that he did fact in the case, Mr. Ynlee tine of Mr.
a gain of two dirt of all bJ justice saying everything requested to make a foil Crawford' predecessor, Mr.',H. Colquitt -'

place Charleston day in dally In time communication over the with one I We pre als enabled1 lay before our readers after (not. a Democrat,)presented t L and, that a faithful and able and diligent Representative and public statement of all matter connected with -"whe/ baT lg won *' HUle fame oo' Ban
a
moat fC. and thickly settled of the letter from'the Tlawrence t AL K itt the distinctly) stating that fie did not consider could do to carry this claim through Congress.The the affair. Mr. Yulee has in reply written out a Vista' bloody field af aid, to Gew. Taylor-Yame
"
... J" ," a* the section of rOD count per. Mr. Keitl Jon.is well known the t same himself bound to support the action of the meeting, fiurePH the measure arose out of causes full and able vindication of I time part taken during belonging to his country and not to himself H ws,

J tion mealed contain by rl and Its CDae pint ene t afclr people of signed fly hmwlth.ouf their being read i hi*hearing of hi d gee and exrlOI tIle pending of the bill by our Representative. lathe ought to b* robbed of blot i* the teal ef 0 partizaa
and
most
at two-thirds ForiJ" The
of the CNtna' of the
Ute State. populationof sons. Hi letter o was called out by Hon. gne. also- "aiMD meet'og,-}Grant,..e Judge'Hawkins' seat wa very near mine,.and Jam letter referred to, he pot only clear him of all conflict., .We hop the attempt to vndervalea the

1 noticed in the columns of the J/Wvwr/. a few Wardlaw, eC Madison county now on a visit D to 1dentnd signed the priJg enabled,.toeMtoe' of the somewhat more fotimaU blame but furthermore assert that be wa vigilant services Jadge Hawkins will la the language of

days aDe.&extract from a letter to Mr. Cujler, South Carrfina. fully knowing their nature.' Dame. communication thereby iwtilatcdf beh'ee ,10'Ipekdi.tetf and active Liz hit effort to carry the bill through Senator Davis to Maj. Colqnitt, "be rebaked by
of in which be too, appears as Chairman of the Committee
'
Ctrl Rirod. refers increased on Resolutions the House of
t Representative In the the which
-. r I I'e communication mean the people know so well howef
deuce of the .clUM spirit of the&Post In Georgia Office a evi fission d 1 to when .fact lie had aotblnr whatever to h D in".. I would ad.that tfre h'lgh of Mr. Mallory to C. E. Djle, recently pub. employ."

ment the Deport Ipa. do with that part of the business/ The.truth- it bl .. fDnine ahit .nd I"dnl",; lisLe: itt the Floridian and Journal /adore _- _, .
towar Sut The compliment is fully Yesterday (say the Washington Star of the ,' --- ",, f Haw. i -
1 a* I dNrnd by a determinationof Inst) Senator of Florida 3 the whole report has fide appearance o(a auto strong Stbem 'ptrt'oC'JOg l.k,01 for kin. ii again sustained.Mr.." Mallory expressed Democratic C.uvenUo. a& 0cJae.
the Department place the mail of the )1.lory. finally duJne desre to place in the lead, make it him .
South lre the President' recent kind tender Dl'or t _ttent.l ft'aC.en* himself D' astocHded at the netfsthaf judgment hadbeen I BOX. T. I cm nrAinxoraLT mnmino raSIIOTOB era-re
OB .efficievt fo.that any other to hil of the look a though they did all the and were the I deareclMm those with whom he pronodneetf him raoit US nrrs.DnrrucT.{
of agalast
the mission wt t on1 that
part This account
ent. General and t step was the result of the chief actors in the Je o
Mr. Dandaa t 0 the Contract Department, health Sp which U not such a. premise Te names of the social relations: This wa .ot eiMrtgh fur the Reformer, however The delegate representing Penoeraej of

us have full given ample ."Ide cC a disposition t do justify Mr. in going abroad at this' time.Would Hi prominent Know- Nothings rreent."ho Were l hare the honor foE, my dear sir, They dded'II'MD'ethiDtmo. .- fn their opinion, Franklin and'Calfa ua_. tI.si4jflhsese. om
justice and 1 *
; when quietly working thetrlres --
todr ateHfgent and ener arc out of Your -
t obedient servant, the.remark* of the Chairman of the Committee- Tuesday &cgsast list,-for the parpoM it ttmint
getic determination .
gentlemen a Mr in thie .
of th. Central Railroad necessary case gmtlyMo possible:
and CIJ i .ih& lAUEC-3L IEttr; Way and )tsenswere ting a candidate from tSe Fifth atortal'J.
Mr. Yule, te Railroad, are b regretted;'insomuch al flo ether :jfe ,. tbenselm ndUient U>. (
here to e Frd. publicmen r promised an ,authentic t> e o( the To WLwte,: '. the to them Jn the General
.represent oar wants of of the fetter' po D tablish fsct,,tt .t Judge Ha wkin*had been represent next AsMaaUy el
mer country than guilty ,
plying them, the Department f fp 1 qualified Mr. IL whole affair, by an eye witnessfor ourneetlrue. : erimfoal the State of Florida.
jM> for the negligence. Bat this ha ... ,'
of ven plank .
in discharge the and arduous BOW
exercising all Its now .. : FrM Wmoatfa.,4uo. -
apply war the.r y. legitimate. ramtieoa. to duties the, rpDatle energetic ,Dr. \ eMett UsJUsurteBl.. Couly.: )**t**Uawklba'W1irIda.2g. lipped from .tinder the feet of the opposition, for, The follewing geatlecKa were t ,"...}
'. v o pldo Clm. "neile. 0 [W-e hare been the Mr. Clancy osseablmselfccweaout L. B. 'cJiDMT. Lake LoU N.:JL, Ba .11 .
A.a :.f and well I branches1'of knowledge : prmit by gentleman Ti able-and *ffietakt Democrat 'I* 'conducting' .r hs.two separate
Je.rmn re whom waa ,. the campaign with letters_ vindicate oar against W'o T. F. Taylor and Wn Pippin of CalWP. .
Css1y. neceeeary \ the American statesman i i aJ lakeo following extract to Jleo gnat energy and ReprtsenUtiv* the

Tb a largest..county m meg ever for positive, utility quhj, LI long residence Florida front a letter received in this city from'Ocal efficiency at 104 .iJbat his opponent.U charge*;wKich.haVa been made against b P' This and CoL RoSt I. FloydV; Col Robt Mjra,- ilmi

inthli not at I &. rfnce. able to'aod objection to urge agafntf! last J. D. lUdna,,A. D. BoJJ A ,.k J.'J.tUf
Stat Ue oo Sty last- ..afforded to him an opportunity of theSpanish a day The author of it i* a man the than khvfalko.te-, at the laal 9 testimony ia ali that U required insomuch a* it '
learning o proeuiy Boston ..
Twohafcdrel acd highectebaracter.-Et to by.:and Chas.; F.&eyaniofFrasUus.. .
: furty-niae 1. was the remarks of .
MJonea
;tot van prDt character. ,a!c2x_as a-Jew.of UioWla .public' Y.I ) t Congress an appropriationto'paj'thV'Flo'nda volunteer himse that the opposition .
and took artln. the jtreeeduiga, fcr an account of life in this have'enjoyed. .He i HIl 1 passed through here last Thursday, wliB'werw engaged lathejrar against the :looked for comfort The convention v>n organized by t.be eh ift'Ot

whlal see, the communication of**VomrceItotnB ef few CUll a gentleman (r Tap. m coeds for the St JoJ\ns rirer. l India.. Every on* who knows. anything.aboat Now I would pot it to the'rfleoa of.KBy.enaibl: L. K IcKU,5ET. Iss j., Off'lbSSSStr PreaideBV o
know '
;
yeLw. really other
; : : : no w.a "pl Rdbeen, :well received the autijeet, knows that 0 Judge Haw kin* did use nu.if tL tad Cjuaix F. BTXTEIO, ef Frae &a.Seerettry, .
reo1ma'e tt1etf efficient oonfnjfcn doca
more testinoay
statesman of
Lie : D.crr" (be,ttaea foe he b tt Ibta thIs place the very great.ueFfiou U> behalf,of that approprUr utterly The of
Ole tr C initiated and drt W'taraeb of oeal and day following, (Friday.) Idt. complete fail Uon,;aud tnat'his want of success mowing to Uw annihilate th%charges upon whith fa. Wecfeottife proceedings the neeUvgjit.KA-Unnl
Jeff non>county. To the dark days-of the commonwealth general utfliry, ur T felt that it ws &rag, and (wa very I unsattsfaclory form ia which tha proof had been I I at first baaed their ppoitioo t Itlran irtgraUful appointing delegate* to the ooaveatioo. were ;&bta

nsedt. b.denomlnatoI"The Wheel-horse United State Senator t .Ji.Lf any ddt a* a fa much 'embr-Jc' his.speech| .from mano-. I I jjreaented* by Florida of th'e llo *a, anSI to the exI tack to Uk away from a drowning! mad the straw read abracia the $Mar .f frcfttaff*to their''.

of Peaaeeracy," an4latlei&lect.n, site ,U W the position ever did is.the length o.of time da'hg'whi such I"P ajiatliy li'aa'" adoieneo' 1ttb ''j treme claisMid indisposition.taa tbea eeeJiOok Congress u-ttf. treasnrr.att''on'' such Ware 4' which he baa grasped in bit *go-y, even though brothcrDmocrataofCaThousr. ; _

flout of her thaaet iv' rteadfasl o a the large h be hus-bVen; a member of the cheer, and was a the announcement,that.. rery eOafideat thai Ue people-Florida will cannot.eart bilL; .B ttbeiviDohepibr! it. :.ILnr HliuoiH41 1..th. &ttMener; ef FrMkfia tanXjr

waj"r4ty fo Iljtwuv. .will prov Senate. ." 0'' '0 :litd.tat r 'i .a. 'bru1m..get no IYt worth talking refuse to countenance so nnfaimded a charge against are wa .reftotrrhr a.ltrnth,. nlee 'wegive .: io MOM Meeting Assembled, that they,hereby ,*f
.- "j aboat h t>is e ssisty.ss so true a; Democrat and faithful st.prc.entative. to the vidrne weight teaM th. K. I (. of'i&tn, wh j -
1. Ii I < w,en Acton in scene tea of Calbona ewjaty. J'1 Ji1r.tlnrcr -


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BomifiM *>f the Oclter e Convention;"Senttorfor 1 the England amount, of theTcWnes. .f nd.<.amity, to Y France and STATE :SEMINARY : A CARD. I! &'CO'S:7Edtferies; I Lands for
V ;43 ate*.f Fled
the next General Assembly Florida. : Andrew 8. Otft.'aod others'
I T.A.LL i ASSEE.I --- : cialiJJH Cir,r.
Tin aaa&imoaa ; TRIUMPHANT 1'1. '
rote of the
convention was then t : JLtcbrd.ou to 8tump,Illinois. _- --o----- THAT I CAN, BEST i.4- i! Ctrt : Nt tftiim. )'iiI Leon Cwuty.I .

givea ta Sou T. J.; rna. iLhcd1d&tefortie8titSat W.tSiIiXOToX, Sept. .-A dlmiMiitli has been, r* I' lJf..iLE }JEPARTMENT.JT1IF. BELIEVING CUSTO F.RS, anddo a bu-i- --' ._. -. I Trusteee p( tjs...Lpladd ois4la Cfcaoce/J.

t ktUIWh Utrlctjrc* fioyd Hen'hed Tf..bere A. front Rlchardmn1iH Ft. L.l1tl, xrb'eK' 'stati-a that'' the ;I\ BOAIUTOrtEDECATOff J"e to an j; re satJsftetory though probably 1 SWAN 4'CO.. continue 'o..d l as usui I Land iJutrrpaiVj v4pthti. J ,

Myers aaJ Bull, wen appointed committee.to notify Governor of Nebraska for lien wrnfJ!) (d fSt'afflee of of f lie \b the poLite, that the ezereiset of this I ..prc/ital to raysclt I nave determined to i al trithout interruption : ltfaTie e MhrflfialiMe ,
Hi. Errs f kU purpoeC tiuupini i Institution will be retained ili hr. SOtli iust. I abandon the LONG CREDIT and rerOreJ.OSl1_ IURS.UA.N aoek'eattI. .
>
*. &mjaatton> ;. tile State q( illinois in'.fi; : MI n< en- I : ? wUbJ
The convention irai thin addressed ty C'oL R. JFltfA Dooglas. It la reported thb(*"'c.iJlelun..A. drrthe.>uperinUndbn .e of Rkv. D. MrNKILL TUK ,i PRICE SYSTEM and establish my business, from .SWAN & CtX'S Lo crie. a re legal} ee. and ti -eibese1npe&LeiL all .'1a&od.* lV g-
lie 10th of ,
I September next oo a
: "
NE .
If | Th ta fur-
signed from domestic eattPlli. long experience, acknowledged ability I ing to said Cumpany.szaeedia 1'aq
and naeieiitiousnes, united with zeal, in the discharge j f ciE111I e sii3 I And Authorized by the STAtE'of OEO.! rh uf." and lying in the crsntico of Leon Wakolja,

A ecsucUte crpoint to draft retolutloi.s, 'ndorsing -, I "oloaidae the Aftiidh.i : of duty be a guaranty, the Board are warran-'j r' I will be to continue in trade with those: The lat U7llpl to injvr- our Jinn fat tkmrrt that I G.dadfD and Liberty, T{ th4ijJlS.4h )
U e tw'" of the General Government and WAWIUCTOX ted in *i}ing that under his management, "no far as pleased 1 i fin(two bsme'dcuauea-will ba "soU at TillAH-
i ;Fept'I.Tile't1"h ltI will I Loflrrif art ehatrn flhI.Itlflll oreprises
probably wh 9r
) havei I"let fore favored me with their custom
I' the means at their 'emnmand will furnish him fid, SET, on the seventh('JIIa) day of .,-d tboaf
our nominee for the National lhu'e ef Peprc sentativcs accept the offer of be American Colynization I i I' and promptly-met their and will furnish i art paidfunrtuatly ; and that oar tehrmet ,
Sou to take this Institution will meet the dcmanda of the Legilaturc *- engagements :' thaw IJinlt in the laM two, wUl ta s.U at Qct.cr, .tllt
lberl
and State Senate, reported the MJoming Putnam rty after landing care of7hAfrincsIpthredinthae them It Libn l. for f.Vt.GnO a* expressed iu the Act of 1851. That Act ; them jRo i* at the 1 OW EST CASH PRICES if \ are more IN TUB 'WORLD nf olMtLoi'"Y'I I foui t eenlh (1 f th) day of Dectmbvt awxt.",y .

which were tinaoiinondj! adopted ; for one and teach them indu trial Laa.been hie'gfli4<.in the course of instruction already 1! they-wiUjBgrer to pay up their accounts or give their t These lands eomprUins about a*"miHion of <*rr *,
WnJ:1L44, The Democratic Party Calhvnn and : jeer > pursuits.Ordered I marled% out. The Board have every reason' to believe paper at such periods during the. year aa I may deAN I fallowing 3ehf;;;iLe drawn by S.Swan extend from the St.Marks U> the ApI..J."t&e J&iv-

Franklin counties!, thi Jay met in "T"ntion. !iflhiIp fo Staten Inland.I i, that h<> i is laviug the foundation fur a oJ S mioa j 'Ire. 1! THE Co, Managers,of the; Sparta Academy Lot- they.exhibit every variety ogtiijib JnJTfeuoc

punnaQt to agreement for the purpose of ratiftin? \ Y"n I ,iv-pt. 7.-Gov. King, of this State, Las I ry. of Learning: that will be creditable as well as | AMPLE EQUIVALENT FOR i I teiy. ia each of their Siog': .unrier ,Lottenes for I to this labtllde includin ,*f couna.ir. aVQr vrrM. '
the proceeding of the late MoutKvlIo C" nveniicii. i issued his proclamation declaring Richmond county n e'ul to the State. They therefore commend the i: i I SEPT 1858, at Augusta, Georgia, ia public, nnder re.Jai sndjuniper J the aoifis adapted to th .f ruwthof
&nd to give our full ex]>res4on upon national nut: I I iu! a ktate of insurrection. Iu order to protect the I Institution to the favorable regard of their fellow citizen LONG CREDITS the iuperinjendeneeo Commissioner grain cotton-long and rfaorfstaple. tobacco ant

tcrs, a* well for the nomination of Senator t.rtenour rep- liir of the sick and protect the J'ropt'rtyof the *. Young Men, contemplating a regular collegi I WILL RENDERED IN GOODS OF TUK j Clot 31 Draw on. &1ardh.. Stpteniber 4, 1858.i 1 sugar-cane. The waters abound ta 5 .. andtll* forest -

District in the next General Assembly of State 1 he 1.0. felt it his duty to order that a military I ate course, or a thorough scientific course, as well as I3ESTQUALITIES1 i Clitt SS Draws on Sattord y, September 11, 1868. with materials ship-building aDd lUvatktirr
II:, State.There.rc.. those who expect to pursue a more limited course of TERMS One-third of tile purchase money to
force fir sufficient btr
strength le stationed At. Quarantine I | Otatt 33 Drain' 0" Satnrday, Stfte' 18, 18S8.
study, will find it to their advantage to enter thfcSeminary. ANI) MOST APPRQVEi STYLES. AT THE I be in cash, the balance in' and two' .
It it Rctvtrtl by th'u ( iiri"tien', Thatwe until the people return to their duties and obligation Clans :34 Draw on &lwr September 25, 1858. paid one -years
as national Democrats upjrove most heartily *. The instructors are capable of Iona % \i \ I in equal inatalments, with tight per cent.' ioUreat
the entire cvun*: off I'rnJlJf't. HucLauau and his I' what they protniir.T | ON TIlE PLAIT };iriGl.K_ XUUBERB. from date co(purchase title to be made bythe Receiver

''abinent, and Je ,RI ;, and him our > Dank Again Nominated. ans-per Session of Jive J/oof/i FOB THE CASH OR ITS EQrn AT.E T3 : when all lbs purchase trooey is pud."

greeting for-fLn \(arrn. enrneoi anti conciliatoryour "WORCHESTI.B MA'S., Sept. '.Banks has been English Department. . . .. . .|12 CO C IJN'I'ny pnooucE 50,000, tickets I' The sale will be positive and without reserve.
e, in .t.fIfoIUo n to (traitor ahd demagogues nominated by the Republican convention as a candidate Classical and Mathematical .... !O 00 5.4B5 PUIZES JOHN BEARD. R.ceiver1&e. .
fearles in ', he La< manfully come up to fur the office of Governor of this Common Contingent Expenses : . .. . .. 1 00 ORan ; I, Tallahassee, August 23. 18'3. 35. r -
tU State Right interest of tile? old Virginia and wealth.] I'I Invariably m advance, and no deduction, except for a.b1e No'tea.0 E.1RLY.OS-BIZE TO-EVERY-KfXE- TICKEKTkl %* The following papers af.rt uitW to pablmh
i Kentucky resolutions of '93 and 9Bf protracted illness. MAGNIFICENT SCHEME tbs.Joregning once a week until the lift day of. 1-

further Contention/io7r, That we the Democratic I Yellow FeTtf. The Board and I Tuition of a.Pupil( will not cost as ;: .1Y STOCK TO BC PBAWN XAOU SJTTTRDAT 11 SEPTEMBER eemher next and scud bills Cohfederailotf to the" Beciver CoJumfcui t-M.At-
Party in assembled, heartily appro CHAKLKMOX, Sept 6.-Tlie Yellow F\er has much here as in respectable private Academies in the goruery Advertiser and ; -
dthe nomination of Hon. George Hawkins and I Will embrace the entire of Good demandedin 1 Prize of. .70,000 ; 4 Prizes of. .$goo Time bentinal; Macon Tele kph; Abgwsta &<.
Statra variety
two hundrvd and
dollars
send him forth to the i i gained the past week. The report to-day gives 73 adjoining; fifty per I" ... .iiooooj 1 J 4 a .. 800 41 .
Eat the West the South and scholastic year is a common charge, in such schools. [ this market, and will enlarged aa required stitutionalii,; Savannah.Georgian ..1ttpoblieao.I ;
the North in deaths for the week. It.s.till! almost I -, 10.000 { 4 700 Journal
a* ont every eapaUa-.a soldier \ entirely C Charleston Mercury and CdtYlerWnuill -
nay Why not educate your sons at home f For further in PlASTATlOX OD8, CAarsn6 Las On.CLOTH, I
-, tatetlUlln-one upon whom the Judicial rrtnine I among the unaccllrnated Germans and Irish and a formation please apply to the Principal, or member ; IIcAW Day GoonsCoiucu LaD CTBTAI, I". 6.0VO i 4 .a .600 ;.Jlaloipb Standard: Richmond Er>qoirsr; Tailshassea )-

has fallen and pronounced rtlly-in private life, few Americans. Thire is no panic at all ..mongpeople. of the Board: D. s. WALXIK. F. EM>M any, T. W. LADIIS DBXM GOOD, nifDWABS asp CCVLKBV, 1' {.ClOO J i 60 . 600 ScnCael; Newport Tlmta. Qoiuey Republic -
Incorruptible Democracy unstained and ..mii I i I I S 1" . 3.000 I 60 a to' 800 I ; Columbia South Carolinian, and New York
BKKVAKD: EDwAacJbTovx, and D. W. GWTSN. KlBBONt AXD TufllM, 'f, Ait, IBOI ASO OILS
neutly worthy the plate] to ,lii lOt to 126 Journal of&>mmerce.
and that ''I -. rt 4 1,000 I 230 .100 ----- -- -
as our standard hearer *ve sill j KIARKKT. I II ttoo', !abs*, i CLorntxo, ACIUILTCLALACD Leri.ui'cra.

sustain would be lii.Democrat notninatien.* and. erah! out traitors, and i I I I Niw YCISK. Sept. 'i.-The sales of Cotton, to.day STATESEMINAE'ZTALLAHASSEE. hays CAMS Approximation Pmet I POST & MEL7. ..9
were 1.5UO bales at stiff prices. I -.A general assortment of all the above Articles 4 Prizes of$400 ppro"g. to 70,000 prize are$I.600
Be ''I very COMMISSiON" MERCHANTS
further Retolred. That in oui1 hormnafLnft -- will be constantly kept on hind and sold at but 4 a aoo" 5.000 1,200 j ;;
for Senator, Tkoma J. Eppw we have unh6nnde3 I --5FEJ1AL1 --- 4 UO" 10.000 800 61 I'oydras &lrsel,* ,.
confidence, and elieve that his nomination will w>- j) lion. T. J. Itppe. ; DEPARTMENT.rTMIE I cxNIII.Ic 1 4 1%5" 7,000 600 I .

cure the totes jf FmnMirf fcd f'atliVirt Nuntie'll. : From the proceeding puMWcd In another column FEMALE ACADEMY, itt this i place, having And that the LOWEST CASH uithait: deviation. 4 100' ,008' 400 N"E _9--

It vat tkt* Rertli'tJ TIM th' proeeedingsofthia ] it will be seen' that the Senatorial (uTen. I. JL been transferred to the Board of Education they I I GEO. W. SCOTT. TALLAIUVEK. 4 to '5" :.600" 300 I RF.FItR TO C
Convention, with the l'e ulution. adopted; be pub-I have organized a Female Department for the State 4" 50" 1.600" 200
tion. composed of delegites from the counties of September, 1858. 36 ll'lrs. 'Thoml. J Jfr1in. di Co Tallahasseela..
,
lulled In the Floridian &
Journal at Tallahuaacc. i Seminary the more fully to carry out the Act of 1851. --- 5.0001prizca; of 20 arc.100,000 .
and the Ct'mlnt'rciallht'1'tl r fit '\l' 1n.chico Franklin and (Calhoun unanimously nominated the and to present inducements to parents to educate -- a t U. llama c.0.. Quiney .
I Notice----- I U & lout icen...
A vote of thanks J7.'s extended to the Prci-fdcnt. lion T. J. Eppes.forTelrcti n to the State Sen their daughters AT HOMI. Nothing shall be wanting 8.485 Prizes amounting .U O.OOO a .t r"'lnl.t ellllAm Painter Maks aMr.

Tor the able and impartial manner in which lie had !I]1 ate. This is a deserved compliment to a gentle-I I within the means of the Board to meet the demands SIX months after the first publication of this no- WHOLE TicxcrsflO HALVES f 5 Qtaarxas8l. I James Fill Dcnhau r. 8 1Wellt t. .
: of this interesting class. They have secured the ser the Ubdersigoed administratrix of the, Estate
discharged Iii, duties, and al o to Jason Gregory man unblemished privateharacter and of great |i, ?lcei of the following well known Teachers I II I Fletcher Whitaker, deceased, late of Leon t7.A (7CCLJI w"tllg tts4ts qll/a.f Lotteries wiiZia i It'fl111'. 1cai'ght brpsonj. At.lanta. (leo.

}9., for the use of his houv, ,., capacity for usefulness In the General Assembly. pf It. A. L. O' IUEY, A. M, Classics & Matbtmatics. ; county, will present her final account to the Judge of ttnt to any one dmirov o/ncetwity U.:0:0 _it3 J_ N. lrhi..lwcl A Ci'. 11.un."iUc- ,

The convention then ndjoirn -- -- I Mas. L E GRANT, Higher English Branches, I II Probate, of said county, and ask to be discharged. I AuCu..tli.163S. :13.11ji .

: TilE COTTON C.or.-We learn that the continu Miss C SMITH Preparatory DepartmentMas. SARAU WHITAKER, Adrnt'x. Certificates/ of Packages wilfbe sold at the follow
TJLEGRAPH. !|lall'e of the dry weather, is liming a \ry injurious I GRANT, Music and Ornamental Branches. Sept. 11, 1858. 37-ftm rati, which is the rink ; 1 tf ,; ,;; r ; :

BY .1 effect upon the cotton crop of our county. Three As each of these Teachers has had from fifteen to Certificates of Package of 10 Whole Tickets. .?80 A Gift with Book 1
week ago tiC prospect was good far a very full : $ SELECT SCHOOL. M every ,
u twenty years' experience, the Board confidently hope to 10 Half oJ. 40
that has Lad
during the ruth
LATCH FROM: EUROPE: : cryp.tailing but effect, causing the period and Volls to fall a I that they will secure a very large patronage and successfully THE SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform the cit- ., 10 Quarter M 20 I n OKI H taoM 2:, ( KNT3 TO 3100. f

---- -- uJi squares meet tbe expectations of the dpmniunitv.TEBMS. : Tallahassee and vicinity that the exer- oJ 10 Eighth 10 eatalogiie .4 ett chitvo
off rale make considerablediminution new descriptive pages
at a as to a
very .-Same as iu the Male Department Music I of his SCHOOL, will be resumed MONDAY I OUR and beStir ofS.ua
collection
iu the oiimatcs of The I "Sca! on In c!d"ring Tickets or Certificates, enclose tie brae" a larger variety
ARRIVAL $1 OF TilE our planter. and Ornamental Branches at the customary rates ; the 4th of OCTOBER for day next. to" address the Tickets ordered
1 late corn crop has ubo! been affected to some extent, 1' money our (>u receipt Books than that of any other book ellirf e W>l hral
This school will be opened on the 20th inat. TIe studies .will embrace'the Ancient Languages whith! will be forwarded first mail I
of by
Induessneftls
I but fortunately the corn crop was pretty well made they ia the country I *Jn.imitates fmtrr lisa I
tF" TJIj TO 3XT before the dry wYathtr set in, arM will be "tryIIbundanLTalladef14 i Tallahassee Sept 11. 37 I It5T" i Mathematics Natural Scicncea, and Engliab. Students Purchasers can have ticket. ending in any figure they tin before offered,matUd/rt. Is say cd4l'tt. '
Reporter.aciouuU Sentinel Madison Messenger, Marianna PaIriot | will be prepared to enter College Having may designate. Send:. a re.EV S 4 fcC fub&lItors .4
j 0. EVAN.
Cotton Advaueed 1-16d. -J-' -.-- J insert 4 times.Valuable bad considerable experience in teaching, tbe subscriber The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be I t. .. n Tn.. f (71 Broadway Mew Tork alT-
-.-- TIlt i --- bopes by energy, teal and close attention to the I sent to purchasers immediately after tbe drawing. August. 1K53. 6u8 T
ST. Jonv, >. F., '|>t. 6:-'Tlif tt..-}:il' Futtinha of the cullon crop from all quarters Lands duties of tile school-roon, ti>obtain a bare of public re- Purchasers will please write their signature -
been boarded off Cpe Jtart by tf'fc steam yacht are cwh as t1* dnJi the liopfa of the coinmenceiuent I batrooage. As complete and thorough an Education I plain and give their Post Office, County and State. Seed Seed. Seed"!
: of the season. The ru&t, liee.Ac., are general coin- (NEAR TALLAHASSEE,) FOR SALE. be obtained this school other ,
belonging to the A so.iatcd Ire.a.The I can at as atjuiy \gj: Remember that every Prize u drawn and *
j, plaints, an.l"u1tret largely from the high figureapredicted pursuance of a decree of the Hon. J. Way]Id institution in the State. payable in full without deduction.jgy FOR FALL PLANTING. .
Fulton brings Ijipool advices to Wrduesd '! for the cotton crop of 1858. The plai.I IN Baker, Judge of the Middle Circuft of Florida, in : To Gentlemen residing in the country, this school I All prizes of $1,000 and under paid immediately Green lazed-DrorobesH

y, August 2. i j tin of this county fiom whom we have made Inquiries Chancery sittiug. will be sold on the first Monday I II offers more than ordinary inducements aa the subscriber after the drawing1-other prizes at tbe usuil RUTABAGA I Cabbage, Ac.
complain of the ru-4 and other deteriorating J I I being the sixth day of December next at the Courthouse deslgua paying the strictest at(tent ion to time of thirty days. I Hat Dutch Turnip. .
Commercial.Lirtrpool j causes huh they say will r.lleetht' crop far short I in Tallahasse the following lands, belonging to i the ipeeSj and thorough advancement of tLosa pu. I All comnmnications strictly confidential. -,
Cotton MnrLet. llie salw of cotton for ot their expectations tattler the season.-Green- ] the Estate of Henry B. Bradford deceased ( pits desiring to embark in commercial pursuits, besides Address Orders for Tickets or Certificate ti> I Jr nt received 1 and for aile by ,

the three biiMnegg dnj'P, rinee the close of the laqt ;i rile Alabmi ;i ing eleven hundred and ten acres more or 'unt.lln'l) being cheaper ia rates than rfny school ia this I S. SWAN & CO., Augusta, Ga. AMS LJTELT,
I
I 17 186S. ?9
the most In connection with the school class fur July ,
I some of tataablt eottou place. a e
weekly report reached 3C,
took 4CHiO and exporters 4HK) bale, l Icav- iji ip linos. I Leon county, to-wit : hOOK ING i Altai'*, Ga. cao have their orders filled, and save Just EeteivedIN /'
; .
South i of S W i S(. 81, Town. 2, U. 1, N and E I will be and of time, by addreaalcg S.Swan & Co., at either ofthose .*
a thorough
practical course
to the trade The opened I
.ing 28/WO ( market ]had advanced I W of ,
S
-- -- --- j I BEl I study will be pursued. Students ia this branch will I cities. STORE and f r ala bv the tmdenyvwl<
1-lCd., ckicfly' on the better grades. : PORT OF ST. jA nksI I Wi" .5, Town.1, R..1 .. I'' be required daily to write out business transactions, Or:: Tickets far sale by I)1. WEST, fresh supply of DRUO3 and CHEMICALS. .of

I ____. ___. _ ___ __ SWIofSE i and by this means have the rare opportunity of becoming Tallahassee, Fla.C39 I which the fallowing are a few- fft ,
General Xen-". -- u I North of N E a
J A ffl\.Ji.--h-------- i J 7. .: intimately acquainted with the practical operation A list of the Cumbers that are drawn from 10 ClU. DebcrriDf 6 ot.Iod. Ammatsi,.
The this arrival, SOl far as obtained i i" North -8, USE I .
ncw..y Sept. :. Brig George T. : I OJ. as wen.u the theory of this important subject the wheel, with the amount of the Prize that each 10 Smtonin. ff to Sulpbuf.I .
not of general interest &AD, i J : entitled to will be after drawing Chitsoidioe 10" -Nit Silver,
is published
oce
CL I All of East If S W 4. of Sec. 8. Town. 1 1 every .
i ( Range ,
The ship Mayflower from Sew Orleans for Nantz, ;I Sept. :. Sclir. VTiM Tigcon O'J,ary, ru Sew Orleans. N and E. East of Tbomasville Road I TERMS : in the following papers: Augusta (Oeo ) Con- 12 CindtJ* Suiph 11) Ext ktieeti

*>a been capsized l at nea, and fifteen lit the bauds i -- U__ -_ ______ __u__ __ j i more or less lying) ((70 acres I Ancient Languages Mathematics and stitutionaliiat. New Orleans Delta Mobile Register, t 25 Morl'li. 2. Elsierwm,
holier
Charleston Standard Nashville ,25 Act. I: Cit .
on board wire lo't. The Captain and seven of the < 1.\n RltD, | The above t land? lie m the immediate neighborhood branches of English, ipclud'ng Bookkeeping I Gazette Atl'S'a Intelligencer. a ,1 IF
On the flrst liwL,by the Kv.T. Taylor. Mr. Joan ORAM. c.TaUaatee New York Weekly Ptiy look, Savannah :0 Piperine.10 ex Quinine
crew were wived. \ ] extending from the Tbomasville to :I per session of 5 mouths . 17 60 R I a 6 ,. ". TI
: LING to MIM M\UY ANt C JETFCOJTT, sfl of Leon. I: the Meridian road and will be sold either in a body i I Primary Branch .. .. .. . 10 00 Morning News. .iimoo.l DN'pnteb. New York Dis- A Htryehnine. Veratria
[We pre"O.ye this Ji!:' teh MVrs to the l rqncMajflo eot! !' or in separate tracts, as miry seem most agreeable to patcl, Tauldmg (bliss) Clarion, and Little Rock, I 8 lOlL l'huspate uf AmIS It. tiulph Ether.iiioUiJ ,
I a
{ ( fATABLE: HALF IX ADVAP.CE. :it) ChiorolOnu. "
Mutt which -J.----
e "jipt cleared at New Or purchaser (Ark,) True Democrat.
'lean ) I, I II 1>, .BCLAYTON.. I Nov. 14, 1837.: 10 1bA. Iud. )'ot\8'I.' 30" Gflcerlnl'. I'pure)
{ third 46-1y
for Nortx end Dordeaux on tbe 10th July.' uJrv.uv.DiNt TERMS .-One cash fie! balance on a credit I .
Her of one, two and three the purchaser to give Any intorm'\tioa required can be obtained by -- -- I 2 casks Rock Potash.!
eoneisted of 81,000 -tavc. fr Santz and I years
cargo | \ m Troy!*. Yon the f9th August, Mr. 1IENKY H. notes with approved security for the deferred payments plication: to UMI sub ?iber at his. r-iJeuc or at ap'l Maryland State Lotteries; ALSO .. .1.

t.i.OI' ) tatca fur I Ior t'ftr.x.l DYKE,in the C"lf yet olhU age. The member of Kli?; I together with a mortgage on the land, and to I Store. ot C.-! Ti,. n. Bran. -0- SOO SULPIT QlJ"L.YL.Y/; .
rnmltive Xo 91, of Lodge Xo. pL4 86 Soluniona Lodge Apollo for title deed R. FRNCI&CO. I
Tellotf .Fever 13 pay Managers,
In CiiarlrMon.t'iucLi .
,'Mount ZIC Lolf? No. 811, and the Masonic Fraternity 1'ersons desirous of purchasing will b* shown the -- -- --- -- Warranted purr and which w. off-r tow for CASt
>Tu>, 'tr'o 0.-The health Iffi-r.r'pott. r..n..r.t>. orrie ci'j, united In Lie fuoeralobcequur. I landa either by the untleisignet'' or Mr. Lawrence I;i Henry L. Rutgers I O the Maryland State Lotteries, present the following AMES & LIVELY.July 'l1i
Splendid SchemesFor
tline doatli \cllow Fever !I
seventy ? by during the ---- the overseer on the pr'Hi'ises.JULIUS SI, 853.. 31

week ceding $alnrday.. inf.t. 1 I. Tribute ot Hespect.Rtsohed I L. TAYLOR Special Me"lcr. COMMISSION MERCHANT I AUGUST- 1858. I --.-- M 4. .. --
.
: ----
SPit II, 1858. 37 ULUTIO
TlieJfrlrau Slaves off Charleatoti; That with deepest sorrow nnd regret, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. They caution purchasers_ of Tickets to l ware of "- lJl.

Nr.w York Sept. 3.-Tlie /ftral i brbther, IAWIX A. litancn, Most Worthy Grand I LIBERAL advances made on Cotton or Tobacco large Capitals are offered for a small cost of Tickets
(1ty correspondent MVS that the frig.te Niagara i Master of the Grand Lodge of Florida. FOIt SALE | to his frienda in New York. I -all such are swindles, THE finn of A. R. COMBS A CO..is this day J .

has Wen ordered to pr< eod to Oiailcston end carry j Retolred, That while hiring we recognized brother I TN pursuance of a decree of the Hon. J. Wales! Sept. 4. 1858.:6 f& Sent. copy. The Maryland Lotteries bats been i.i eii tt'n;e fur ITed by mutnal consent. The' tnfetotea wtQ,

back the African taken by the brig Dolphin. Branch aa a true Odd-Fellotv. a faithful officer and X Baker, Judge of tbe Middle Circuit of Florida, in Forty Years. They are drawn by a StAte Officer be continued by R. C., WILLIAMS who M aloe

Commodore Channcey goes in command. [A pri- an honest man, nn.l we now deplore his death a I Chancery sitting, will be sold on the first Monday University of the South. and can be relied on. If you draw a Prize, you will authorize to settle tho affairs .**Hh lma.
log to the Grand Body over which he presided and The whole is flooded with A.. COMBS. e
the sixth day) of December next at the Court-house get your money. country
t.ite this
telegraph received in city states that the ( I H.E Undersigned takes this method of
the Brotherhood with which he associated | making R. C. WlLLl.u1S.
,, to fraternally Tallahassee TOWN toT No. North Addition T Bogus Lottery concerns. Beware of them. ,
in 118
Niagara will sail for Africa in about ten days.-A'tporttr. and 1 bereavement to the community in which of Tallahassee1, being the lot on which tbe Methodist I of the it South"known,have hat the determined Trnsleea of"erect The this University institution 53?" Order i I'D the Maryland State Lotteries. July 1 1 6 tii, 1858. .
p.
.] he lived and to his fn ; i'rote4a.nt Church i. situated. : .
SfHkJlt
cur warmest sympathy in this affiiitire dispensation TERMS One-third cash the balance OD1'.nne Mountain in Tennessee ; that Bishop MAGNIFICENT All persons indebted to tb. late firm..{ '...'R..
Latest = : on a credit Polk, of Louisiana, pud Bifbop Elljo\ of Georgia, Maryland State Lottery. Combs A Co f the '
'r
Havana.Xtvr of Providence I of one, two and three the. purchaser giving .r year 1856. 66. and 1857. either
YoLkSe]>t. 3. 1'. M.-Th steamship Cahawlu : Resolved That a' I token of our respect for the I notes with approved security years for the deferred I and they alcne the C.the duly ,authorized general .. '" CLASS $. by note account, are requested to come forward
which left Havana deceased!, the wear the nsnal Vadge oft with tbe payments Agents for Soliciting ntrHkitions in aid of the Institution To be drawn la Baltimore, Saturday, Angont Slat liSA aod aettU imina-iiaUl.v R.C. WILLIAM
on the Si'tli Angiist t. reached j mE'mtr together a mortgage on property and and that John Beard of
I Tallahatse
t mourning and Lodge room be clothed in to for title deedi.JUNIUS as 12 Drawn Oillota in each Package of M Ticket, July 17. 1859. 29-3m [Sent copy.blSSOLUTION .
U.i port his er uinff.Tlicre ,: erape fo thirty days, and that a blank page of the pay L. TATLtffi Master. I Treasurer of the University Fund for the Diocese of I Grand Prize of.... .140.000 t Prise '.....$2.000
: It much tickucss prevailing at JIaanr.4, and Records be inscribed to his I' Special Florida is specially authorized to receive contribution 1 Prize of ......... 10,000 \ .... soiiol 17COPAETNEESHIP
memory. Sept 11, 1858. S7 I by subscription or otherwise within said Diobse. ..... .... 10.0011 J. .. inno OF
I -
no abatement of the epidemic. Rtithed,That a copy of these Fcsolut ions be for- F. II. 1 .......... 6,051 t. .. ... *,wo
j I warded to the of deceased, and that a copy VALUABLECottoil RUTLEDGE Bishop of Florida. 1 ........ MOO 20 Prae ofisoo
dull falti
Sugars were in consequence of the views of I'! furnised to of Tallahassee and 3epL4, 1853. 36 1 ....... (,,) SO to .... 900Srt ,, ,
holders being above those of the buyers. b ntwapapr Plantation 1 to ........ 11.000 ... AIM CO-PA RTNERSUIP heretooreeziatiogb.t
1 Tamp for p 1 fon. 1 ........... 14.1 a .... 4015I runE
: J. B GALBRAITH/ OF 45OO ACHES, in JEFFERSON For Sale I ........ 66" ..... 100 ._ !.n the SuUcrib, coder the Firm of ,
JTfobn and Ineendlarle IIUGI1A.CORLEY.IASA I, TLAn 'j 1 ......... 66" _.... LO HODOKISS; SCOTT tt FOOLS ,
Ktw You.pL 3.-on Wednesday night aPr mob TOGETHER with 118 SLAVES THEREON A LIKELY NEGRO BOY 20 re raohtl. Anpl 1 ........... 'lIOOj M" ..... IM1
H. CLARK, f INCLUDING FARMING IMPLEMENTS to the subscriber at the City HoteT. cr to S. t. 1 ... . 4.1M .... 2f r I has Lean this day dissolved! by matnal consent. Tb
( about one thousand men destro3"ed by fire, & OEO.DAMOX. / CROPS, STOCK I Knight Esq. JESSE CARTER. 1 .. ..... IT.ao" .. !!.T8 Xoitland."cc .are in the band Tnoa.H.HAM-

portion of the qnaran'ine: buildings on Staten I land I -- SALE f Tallahassee, Sept. 4, 1858. 36 80,316 Prizea.......amounting to . ..(601.000 KIM and D. H. foot a; either of whom. U settle Dp
&rcM FOR .
,. Tickle | Halve I\ Qoarter tJJO'Eighth '1.211. the business of the late Fhra.
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and the reinaSirtpg' boildings, tbe col'tage
including
; I O:7Wp. are authorized! and requested to I JTUIE SUBSCRIBERS being anxious fo effect a i I Certificate of Package' of 26Whole*.... .... .......flM.M THOS. H. GXISS.o .
and fine duelling of the health officers, were burnt announce DAVID S. WALKER. as"a' candidate JL division of their joint property located as above, --e- do. 24 ifilrri......... I9.ro I EO. %V. SCOTT
......... .
by incendiaries on Thursday night. Also the Female for re-election to the office of Register of State I have concluded to offer the same at private sale.- 40.dot d.Iu i6LIgtitiis.249.aTts.... ...... M 1:1 no,II D. H. POOLK.. 7

Hospital, containing seventy-fivo;patienU. UDlI The Estate coatains about 4500.acres, which can be STATE OF FLORIDA. .. i WI!. O'> .'' -

The patients were removed Into the air; and -c.. divided !into 2 or tracts.. ample size, according to ,I HAVANA PLAN. I I TaUainssec.-Jaly 1st, 1648. v'. 7 ..
open the views of buyers. Tbe lands are equal in valueto a vacancy has occurred in the first I -* _. '
WHEREAS I I'
three females died from exposure. I New for! 1858. similar lands in that State. Besides the hinds I' District of this State, by the death I 1'1tt. i* fits old modt of arin.i-I'rizu in on* VL G purebased the met *<.of ITT. -tat",!' oJ"I -
Styles
The ifarinc Guard protected the go\"Cti.men there are 118 slaves and the usual quantity" of mulea of the Hon. John R. Brooks. Now, therefore to up- Wheel and Tltlett in another-Every Prize u ;I H.A in the }f1bof BODOQS J3COT.1; .

property. DC. WILSON will have open for inspection horses, hogs cattle com, fodder, ;. We invite proposals l ply! said vacancy,.it is hefebr ordered that an lee, I .. Dravn out. POOLED I will continua the bnaineaa aa ,bet etof r.,1
Monday, nth 8epfember a large assort lor the L&epmperty in gross bet wi will tibo be held in the manner prescribed by law at tbe rarzxsrATAa ax YeLL wrruorr AWT ccevenoii. and will nse my best eflbrtt to rte'rif the patronage

.Expedition to paraiuar. I meut, of Silks Laces, Embroideries, Kid Gloves, sell the lands in such parcels a* buyers may select I several nreciucts of curd District on Monday the 4th i Maryland State Lottery. I ofall who may favor at. wilfi rbeif-traAu / ..
WAl'ntNoTOK,5Eopl 6.-The Nary Department today Mantles, Ac, to which be invites public attention. after viewing them. The slaves would he sold with I I day of October,pre xi mo. The Jng of Probnte of .EXT AR .CL'ASS 9t i 0 EO. W.SCOTT.. )
or1 without the lands, a* might be agreed on but said District ia hereby aonunanded to make ret ma'I' I .
11 1858. 37 ;
Sept I; ; July 1st. 1868 27
entered into four To be drawn Baltimore,) d\ia't1lrdaT. .
Aug. I
steam SStbj
chArtering
arrangements
I poBseceton cannot be given until the end of this year, 'I' of said election in due forth fo the Oflice of Secretaryof __ .
crsof the New York Cromwell line, for tho Paraguay as the growing cotton crop cannot be secured till State . 50.165 Prizes t 40,000 Tickets I 11! I' .. '

expedition.The James D. Galbraith, that time. I JtUeetimony wbereoC I have thereto',set my We would can! particular attention to the following i, Oak & Hickory .SpdfeeSat
Xj L tzxc3. filULirrxroyoitr.MAT In the absence of the undersigned, E. C. Cabell hand and caused to be afliied the great sealr splendid scheme, a package of 18 whole tickets 'I
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African to' b. sent to Liberia. AND PLATS OF FARMS, Ac, executed I who will return from Europe on or before the lust -I of tbe State of Florida. Done at the Capitol costing only 180-and every other ticket being I <. nndengD! give notice to nlagensb
L t. ""-I j in the of warranted to draw $10, determined I JL PUotev.dux, that they'.lat 4.iaVajajfuJ*fa
Nay YORK, Sept. 6.--Tho stesmsliip Niagara will neatness. December next and can then be communicated withat I City Tallahassee this 3rd day of by the tansher "
OFIC'o C'Jurt.boute Tallahasseee,Florida applications may.b made September D, 1858. drawing the Capital Prize whether odd or Manufacturing Wafrgon and CarriaffeSposwsvfctafakcbroery
in
te
leave this city the latter part of this week, And will po building occn ,at GCaU'. Steeps Ba2
Milt' aP tb T.
by Long A GalbraiiV.: to isis brother, H. C. Cabell, Esq.:or Mesers. Ooddeuk By the Governor: M.S. PERRY even.
proceed to Charleston for tlio purpose of conveying pied II. 1838. 37-ly I A'pperspa, of Richmond. V*. '. I Governor of Florida. 8PUlfDIb 1'C1I&3IE. Lewis Railroad Depot.'a6d will keep ertvy.tariatyfof

the captured Africans to the coast of'Liberia where -Sept. --- ---- I III Persona'disposed to purchase either the lands or I' Attest: F. L. VfLLtriocr Sec'j of State. 1 rrize or.......tJI&ooo f Jrpr'Ixtmlt'll &.1200 I >so ed l CMf and .Hickory, constantly** .". .

they will be placed under the care of a ppecial New Fall and Winter slaves,can examine them by calling on Mr. O. F. Sept 4. 1858. 3ft-tde I 1 : :::::::::: 1:: : : :... 'IS which w tl-ey.It will l* v'owhape sell oo such from terms.,,'asueit..ss to Th.;smk.. Wt ..\
Florida Sentinel and
the of this take 1 ty Peoeaeola
i Moms manager estate who will papers copy
agent of this Government who w ill mlUtS"m hem II I pleasure in showing them, and will give any further till election. I : :::::::::: i: : : :::: : t is the seals of cash prscesdelruretzw.-ws-. .

there until they can be restored to their friends.: 8e8DS information in his power. E.C. CA BELL I 1 ........ 1ooot BuggJ Spokes per t thousand.*......4I'3 inltesch.
0 ....... 1,000. ... Ot'JI1O I .: .U a -.dt..... ., il'.... ".J.- .1
CABELL. .
H. C. i
U ... ....
I
The Captain of the Slaver.WASBIXJTO 1 1 I -. '-' Sept. 11, 1858: S7-3m I 1 ........ 500 8 Q Carnage aid fhoiM .Wtfgoo Spokea :.
*. Sept. 6. -A dispatch from N. York WE are DoW receiving per Brig M GEO..T. WAan, I II I 1 to ...... 40IJI i,I per &......,-....v..8J '. ..
states that the touched there to-day fr5m New York a general assortment of seasonable I I : II .... W Carriage aDd J.hors* ..W'aa8ptM.a" ,s.peroett. .
brig Dolphin, I'
:
Hand STATE OF FLORIDA. ::::::::::
and and landed Capt Townsend of the ..iAnr.Echu. I GOODS cerisisting of I Always 1 1 ... .... OO I a M ..............__...... eT' .'. "
or Putnam, to be sent to Charleston for trial The DRY GOODS.. HATS AND CAPS LARGE STOCK OF GROCERIES 'VHtREASa vacancy has occurred in the fourth I too a ....... liO '. .. .. .. .... 10,000 4bors Waggw Spoke per tU aud,. It,
DolpLiu sailed this afternoon for Boston.LATERrARWVAL HARDWARE, BOOTS'* SHOts, A consisting I Senatorial District of this State by the resignation toOOO". ...... It are .. .... ....200,000TOofe 4" a set..te7 .. .

-4 s I GROCERIES"P., AC, AC, Bacon Sides Pork of the lIon. John W. Cook. Now. therefore j i Ticket tW,Halves'$5Qaarten ft-SO, ,A borN .' thoa.sad.Th ,, -,
OF TIlE which have selected withthnebce and will sell I to supply said vacancy, it is hereby ordered that an >! A Manager1 CertileaUw of Pitkajre 1< Wbofei, were 6 II .A" 'ssU.as'.5.l't tAa .
i, we Shoulders Floor wiah to the irlU be seat for------------
I persons pay only .taD '
I at fair pricu. G. ci J.MK01NNISS. election M held in the manner prescribed by law at i I I do. rto. IS Halve. do...........40 this M aAtneifiinr rfnrw Florida '1refl e'I.
A.SJJ Sept. 11, 1858. *'-$. Hams, : the several precincts of said District on Monday tie do. do. If Quarter*, do.----------- tftdo. b bWimlly! jpatnnrizao. Catlao) lee 't'tret.
r i and all other articles perttiniog.to tne GROCERY I 4th day of October, proximo. The Judge of Probate' I Ij I o. do. 11-_tgbtha. .,. If I.I Mi.Kahn Carriage Bbon to TaflalMS. '<*

Cotton a8roswedthirt"g tit week an 1'P Z but closed NOTICE Lands for Sale. business. KNIGHT SHINE.Aujjwt j of said District ia hereby commanded to -make re- TEe Managers ban been compelled from the nnmeroua BCHTrZIDEX. A CO.'
trith'Uu buoyancy.ept. ; 18, 1858. 35* i turns of said election in due lotto'in {Bo Office of Sec-. |I Complaints made M them of unfaithfulnessontbp.rtoftbcssewbobsv.beenstteodingto I' .' ISM. =tI : ;
I I X\H E subscriber will aell one half or nil ber lands i retry of State ,_ .? tile I hi_. _
I1AUF.ix. 8. Tlie British l and North Ameriean JL, in CalLous county. They extend from Long Notice to I In testimony _whereoC, IJaa.Ii set my '!! filling orders, to resume the correspondence boM- !
Royal Mall Steamship Afcia. (apl. }. G. lott. | Cane down the river twfow.lbe bend of ADom Bluff PreEinptors.T .hand and caused to be affixed the great seal I D- and ia their own cam. kW'CAILGE1O''VIlE

rW4.ijis morning with JJrerjW. !' date, totoeday j containing 1,000 acres more oc less, among. whichI Y direction from CommiasJotter. of the Geh- I I i oT the State Florida. Done at the Capitol I|. ty Order Tickets from the Managers only 1in"ieftigue* '. fi 't '
Aogusi :!th. I celebrated Beckwith Place. eral Land Office notice is hereby given that I1" a.* l in the of
lands is the very justly) City Tallahassee this 3rd day of I i Addresa an letters to R. FRANCE A Cx.I 1. cent ot.nn.bMiM aeJ'veityk7' be'basopened '
cleared about 18 of the eveiMrmnberei sections of Iud within tbe six and A, *1858. | I'
I where he over 13.000,10 acres i iI I September. D. I DsUttiDorv Ua. ia '**"*SI
Commercial.Ct I land. Also I -aome likely young NEGROES can be fifteen mile limits of tbo Penaaeola and Georgia and By the Governor: M. S. PERRY : Ms.sat.6isss. 10-ly :. "earrUfi.shop, :

titrhi t! TTOX MAWCET.-Tlie sales of cotton : bought with" the place. t Alabama and Florida Rail Roadsrootea era restored I Governor of Florida. I,! Brokiw'i.:J.t'S \ \

for: the wWkda'eh tsooo bales. All qua 11 tic* had* j For terms &&,address. Len, LOTT, at Lone Cane I to pre eruption, settlement and eotf7l' JI Attest: F. L. Yrumcvx, Betsy of State. i % BOOK 1JINDmG, 'I'II in the helIths r.fl.wM..b'-J Lh .
advanced }d. during' tliQ week. but the' market I! Florida.1' A. ,.'LOT1'. Persous who hare settled on area ecUpne bf land J Sept.4, 1868. .Sft-ide r rllR-ykDE-gsIoNED NOW where baieprepsfti4to do a1\UasV." rtrla Ur

1C'1ediitr reibdyaAc' j Sept II.-18ft 8. J'i--4f i. within the sue and fteen mile limits of, tb* above QT"; Harianfta Patriot. AcmlacWl Advertiser I|I I PREP'AKBTD "WITHit I, lais d tN sorteseet3eesadeatkedI.tt. .z.
meotiAned roads, and who desire to secure their I and Florida Sentinel, copy till .UeUosvNotice -. It -

Geinermf So Urn.' i CHEAP GROCERIES irpHBflUliSCRIBERxia claims under th. pre-emption act of.4th Seple ber, : I I o1 iiMAutALs E4pU '. .". r. .",
A prospectus has &een,Israel in England for the Crtobtr 1841; are required to file their declaratory statements FaR I. such aa curiap I&i net bmmmk.si
eonttnieboB of telegraph line to Chilli and Aua- and after the Itt within thirty.,. froro Iho d ita of this notice and / rOc1K'BINDING buggies and w.geiw.3 all kiodaof rspairiay ,..- .

tral1.1" 1 I.at. .dl e afin WmWf Mriaslrely t. UwwLon to prove up and make jiaymeot withia. twelve months CIX nxwOi after the first t pnj>BCitioa" thu DOrZj in all itbri aad. the patronag* of u.1 The and mgOed ..fiuitperej,>tsiTda> this,.kiad et

Lord I'alment.GD baa_recently visited "the :tnpe. t! 4 U7/Q-4: : c.JJfisSJbJtJSINSS8 from the same date .. \ tie. the oadowgiiad aJauMatnOrix of the Estate o.&izensofl'u4bsiae: ,mirocadiqg couoOr. Hi work as wen and fd-Thf'latestyte, aa it cia bavAU

rdr Napoleon: The rumor that the French Gorera : hu beat J.aU 1f..' ill b* used to promote the TUae who may make seUlemeats .IwrwiWr.iwillbfl Rey..Jobn We ley Rhode*.:Vceaaed Jata of Jeferaoa /. Shop is ia the Brick office formerly oeeapied.by Dr. I t ct at the1fortJlr' .. : "' mrn .iI9-i. :

pent had demanded explanation from England relative ; ipterect:of thotf.eatrusUn; PI wto'W.; charts, r uirsd to file declaratory ataieoMai and :prrr comnty-wijl preaent her c final aeooaat'ioueherl anjd Call,opposite EpiseopaJ Cboreb. U, i. a practical those wfa b.v this lid o .wrt .U..*, asksatisfactioo / .

to Ihe bombardment of Jlddab was doubted. i Hem w'oHers.his present STOCK; at redaaed, pn- up wiUiia the. 'nsoal period prescribed Jby.U'.- to this Jadge.f probate of sail county,arid. Biader, and eels tmr4bal ke cu' Tlir..is a report tint .Naples bad accepted tbc.I ees to close. LILBEaftJ.. '. J.- 'EL :.T. BLAKE: c Eegirfer. ask for a dischaige.LAURINDA. 5 ba don* eltewbere.CHARLES ,vcrld dowell iVeall ,
nditioi. l ix>sed by fthe I }Ventern po wers.iris' .'- "" j f A cetiotrana Coormissi.bcpt. .' irebnnL A:H WOODWARD, Receiver. M. RHODES Admfx. FIDEBES.- .a-x. >--t/

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The Floridian & Journal l I THROUGH, -48 HOURS! NEW ARRANGEMENT Family Groceries.I I WILLIAM7. SLUSSER FLORIDA.MAIf Iolvent- .Estt Notice.

I MeN AUGHT ORMOND & CO. TALLAHASSEE, JEFFERSON COUNT J
Jj p.Ush4d! very SATURDAY, by ,
OFACTUKEX OF Copf..,TlIC AWB SttKT EDWARDS. Sheriff sad .A TAMES S. Jr NES & CHAS..R. DYKE, ARE receiving from vessels b port, a email and, IRON WARE Wnoi.Biu.tB AND RETAIL B C !zociIbeEMatofTohoa&ottIfJcffcrsoo luc*
GROCERIES including
On the Tallahassee and Pena cofa & Geo. supply of JAFAISKEOWABB. deceased,ta. filed ia the pr.
'so loony.
At Two Domiaa per UInIm. affvlmce. poffee.Sugar.:Lard,tc, Pale Brandy and Wine DBAUEB IK PtAiK, ".4NCY AND office Jefferson county a written
bate sofgestue
-- RAILROAD.GTS Also Oils.r.iDti. Ac. .
TRM$ ADVERTISING. that be beliefs the Estate of John B. Scott to beinsolveet
p CHATTAnOOCHEC
ITIILTO & ,
1 -ALSO- Stove Ilcad-Qnnrlcr? .
a
$ One* square" of each It Ii"..01'lesa,"first;inMrtioa.' < |1 80 00 U. S. Mail Line emJfter Fi day the 4th dfJrtufr, the will freight be A large and complete stock Ladies, Gentlemen' ; SPLENDID assortment Cooking. Puldr," .'I TnCre: notice i. given to nil pl hiring

subsequent : too "passenger Trains on these Roads- and Children' Shoes. Boot and Bootees. Also a se A a'hd Wood fTtoTCs,trimmed with DeatllN I Estate, to 61o thO
t 'Profeukmal; Cards inserted at 1 10 &
Bunaress per run tri weekly,aa(ono".: in a3n.haiJ Probate of said
let stock of Dry Goods comprising part.. Lady's and durability at reduced price .. same county. on
*nnOcn.p SexnlV"eek1y j.Lfrt'cs Tall ftatet and St. Marks Good. Linens plain and drilled I 24th of when
marked with the nnmbsr of Between < : Dress Prints. Out Door Work. or before"tt'e day January nut there
Adnrf.emnh net
Milton Tuesdays and Fridays at 10 Leave Tallahassee Mondays,Wednesday,and Fridays Bleached knd BYo\Yn TJrfiCeB.tica. Oenaburgs, YarDS will a pro-rat of .
4 inscrtiMM will b. OMtia .d forbid, and charged I Ortamental Front Heads.Guttering.Copper b d.tribti fWd lgingI
eoord1y.j o'clock, a. n. at 11 A. M, (except the Ifith and 29th of each Ac, &. ALSO -=- Roofing Pip 'Sheet Lead.Sheet I'I i to Estate,. c .
p Tin Conducting
tSTCertWeates'of publication 6f legal or estate Leave Chattahoochee Tuestlatft and Saturday month when the Trains will leave at 9. unless those A small but good assortment of Haft Caps.Clothing and Lead Patent Cistern Pomps. Shop work I I. which time the Aid B. W. Edwards will apply fa

TtotMei will not be giren until the advertising fee iaBLAGKSMITHING '* after the arriral'trfthe Steamer fromApalachicolaandthe days shall n.ft'tpon Monday.Wednesday or Friday, I Shirts, Collar, Neck Ties Ac, Ac.; together of Zinc variety Pipes done at short notice. 1 his final discharge from the admini.tratK' of".ai
fr Talla as per Schedule for P.i O. R. !l, *a which case the with a general assortment of all other article usually I eVery I Estate. THOMAS J.ClAC.

Stajfe from ias- hour or departure will be as usual at 1 1.) wanted : City and Country merchants .. Judge Pobte.
: see, Fla -Bainbriclgt, Ga., 25mNOTICE.
1858.
'I July 17.
JrviveatSLMuke..12.15 P. M. -- -- 'SUCII AS'- *- _-. I Are respectfully invited togh me a call befbie purchasing

IN GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK Lean St.Mark... .. .. ... 3.30 P. M, elsewhere.
LINE ia now in first-rate order. The wools (except on Friday.when tie train will leave at $.) iron, Hoes Spades,Shovel,.Plows Straw 'Cut.tera and rjf N.B. All articles! manufactucd from the verybest ,
JL Stock has been renewed with new and comfor- .. 4.45P.M. Com Shelters Shelf Hardware Crockery other
Arrrre Tallahassee. warranted durable. No I
material and artjr TO ALL it CONCERNXTOTICE
is Wreby that Furniture. Also Flour, Po.k, Bacon Sugar nay
1 -
tfTen able 1.110.'
Hacks. The Driven careful,soter and ac '
. NOTICE are (except on Friday, when Ole train will arri rest4iS.) le will be offered for sale.
$ I it Bcsijna A liberal allowance of allowed !- Molasses Lard Corn Salt, sad.
commodating. baggage connect with 42 : is hereby given that application will I>.
*%ill be continued a* heretofcro to each And on Sundays when necessary to Liquors, always on band, and replenished I October2O,1855. _._
1 made to the General of
pas enger.AGENTS i Assembly the
New Orleans
. the line of Mail Steamers plying between each arrival from ensuing
i in .
1 aUla. OLD,8T.4.VD ofD. C. WILSON, the by I.
which arrive at and Wines Syrups &c. of Florida, to change the of Eat7m-
*Xume and firm of Key West and Havana New Orleans to meet i Dm.
style ,
: depart from St. Marks on the 15th aDd 29th ef each the .wapte. of tber Otard Brandy, feparklmg! Cider, I d Seminary to Andre Couge. and ako a change
( Milton, JAS. A. CnrlY.jeDn. OLD charter to conform respects to that of aCOLUQB.
month. Old
'Y ELBFitts& Go Ala, W. D. MOBROE On Penaacola & Georgia Rail! Road t Trt-weekly tberCUSTOMERS Port, Port Cherries Juice I II Signed in behalf of the Board of Trus
r FOB SALKAT vale PRICE Madeira, Brandy ,
; OraUnil.". patronage beretofore extended them CaarpberWn Mariana: J.W.W.SlrVr NicHoia train will be run on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays Newport April 2-. 1858. 17 Sherry Sardines tees JOHN C. LET, President.
they are now better prepared, and determined to : Preserved Quinces | Nsy22l858. .
Cbattahoochee, D. COLSOM. Sparkling Gelatins _
I SPARE NO PAINS Passengers can be taken through with certainty, Leave Tallahassee... ...... 7 A.M. Flavoring Extracts, Tears I
I security, and with comfort. Arrive at Station No. I (Walker's Mill,). UO A. M. DENTISTRY.DR. Yeast Powders, Tamarind Notice.

en iberr part to acaommedvte all who maj favor GEO.D.FISHER Prop'r.and Con'r. Leave Station No 3. 9 A.M. T. J. CUR LEE Spanish Olives, Spices, I I after date, I shall present my final

e tbem with their patronage June 12. 1858. 24tfPLANTERS' Arrive at Tallahassee....... ...10.40 A. M.On Corn Starch, Piekles i SIX-months Toucher to the Hon.Judge of Probate

SUCH AS Fridays an accommodation Train will leave tbe WILL continue in future the prae- Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil, of Jefferson county, a administrator "de bonis

Tallsinete' >p6t for Station No Walker's Mill) of DENTISTRY. in South@ English Mustard, Capers, Dnof the Estate of L. Lofton. late ut
JoL
Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Rtjf I HOTEL 8 tt l3.6: O-eorgia and Middle and East Florida. Claret, Cocoa -
at 4.30 P. M,and arrive at Station No. P. I I county deceased, and a ducharge from niJ
pairing, Carriages and Bug (f\ M. Leave Station No. 3 at 6, and arrive at Tallahassee He baa bad several years practical experience in tbe AYE A o LVR. admnistration GEO. BLaCKBURN,

\ 9 giu, Plantation work of \ $ at 7.15 P.M.A profession the last three of which has been in those January 5, 1856.Liver. Admt'r.de Louis non.
Tallahassee Fla. m.j section of Co.tI nY.ry. His work U of the mat beautiful I
;: every description, HACK leaves St Marks on arrival of the Train aDd durable character and satisfaction is guaranteed i April 10. 185S. lo-Cra
Mill Irons and repairing same, Ironing Wagons SUBSCRIBER would respectfully inform for Newport and returns in time to connect with the in instance. and Sale Stable. i -- -- ----- --

and Carls, THE friend and the public generally that the up Train to Tallahassee.Fare All communication every sent to Monticello, Pla., will undersigned gives De ; 1otice.

taxi in fact erery other diseription of work made of above well-known HOTEL will be opened on the from Tallahassee to St. Marks......|1,00 receive attention aa soon aa previous tengagcmeals that be has pnr- month after present final
SIX
second of next. He invite the attention toStatiooNo. 1, Pen.& rTHE Stable ofj_____ 1 my
Ireo and Steel all of which we WAH.AKT and pledgeemslves day August will permit. the Livery and Toucher to the lice Julg..r Probate
to exeeate at the shortest notice. of the public to it* Oet-. R. .. CO in TallaHassee,together with the II f Jefferson county, I adaiinistrator the

H. B. FITTS A CO. F&tilititt foe their Atwmmodation. Fare from Tallahassee to Station No.2,Pen.& wi estbli.hment. and that be is now I Wi of the Estate of Jepl wit late
D EJI.
r.'b.n, Jill. 1-1- It being in the immediate, vidnity of the most desirable Oeo. R. R..V..I. tii.i.tt.... 87i BKFBKBNCKS : prepared to carry on b.siDtl in all Its anexe county, deceased, and a discharge from
business portion of the city, preseDt.SUPERIOR Fare from Tallahassee to Station.No. 3, (Wal GOT. M. S. PaaaT FloridA. and promises the public -Hth good accommodationsin I mid. adminut ration.

.- INDUCEMENTS ker's Mill).k... ...... 1,00 ROlf.J. L SEW.. }Thomani11e Ga.Hon. his line on reasonable term I JAMES S. WALKER
15 Hor.:P. E.Lon. RICHARD SAUNDERS. Admfr. with the Will annexed.

to the traveler of business or pleasure and is unsurpassed Prcigfits, rftarptJ on ; & Georgia Jtaitroadt W. &. DlLwoaTn )t MODtieeno. 11. Sep. 6.1856 U i March 13, 1838. 11-Gm .
in all its appointments for the enjoyment of 1858, to be paid on delivery ugoods.RO.IT RBT W. Eo HAMILTQS f i ___. ._

EASE AND COMFORT A THE LUXURY OF ? 3T. JI.ARKB TO ST.47'lO.% .I, 2, 3 : Ho*.J. C.MeGaxa ) Madison.y,. "FULTON FOUNDRY I I Notice.OIX .

Cotton per bale.............75 87t 100 Ceu B.C.Port )r ,
GOOD LIVING. Tobacco io Boxes per 100 lhe..... 26 25 2& Ofcfr.M. Wart SMITH, Alligator,Fla. F1a. i months after date I al present my fD

(Kr; HIS TERMS are MODERATE. .tf Corn and gtber gralu ia eacka r Luahel 10 10 10 April 25,'67. IT Ta11ahassee UNDERSIGNED lean to inform I O acre ant and voucher to Hon Judge *(

Salt per sack. ... .. ........ 40 40 40 milE beg bate Jefferson county, a administratrix of the es
C. HOWARD FISHER. JL that have associated themselves in
HallO Bales per 100 lb.... ... 25 25 26 To the Ladies public they late Fiancis BSew.tl.te of wild county deceased
1 July SI, 1858. 31-lf the name style of I aJuiioic
Lime _eteit,Slate.Pla.stn'and GuaDio ant and ask .L"CbarJ from tnid

NEW STORE-NEW GOOD packages per 100 Ibs... .. ..215 U 25 fRS. E. DAVIS returns ber thanks to the Cardy, Baya Co., tration. .\ A RT Ado tr'L
Bar Iroa per 100 ltia........,.25 25 25 \ Ladies of Tallahassee and the surrounding 4 I March 20, 1858. 12-6m
I WEBE&MERCHANT* DANNaEIMER All other goods per 100 1be.......- O 30 30 country for the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed for the purse of following the trade of Found.r cud -- ---.-- ---- -
,
FrOtn TALLAHASSEEtoSTATItTh' I 2 It ,and begs leave to inform them that she has Macbinlst.ald are prepared to execute all kinds of Notice.SIX

''Ames & Lively TAILORS, Cotton per bale............ .... 26) 37'; 60 now on hand a large and well selected assortment of appertaining to this business. Steam Engines .
FANCY GOODS for thq spring which aha will sell furnished to oder and warranted to give satisfaction. months after date, I shall present my final
Tobacco iD Boxes 100 lb..... 12} lU 121
AND OEALXaa IN per
aod well the most reasonable tetn Sugar Mills and Castings of all kinds made with aDd Touchers as administrator of the estate
nut received the following, large
Com and other in sacks bush l l. 5 6 5 upon
grain per
HATE assortment e BRUSHES, which are READY-MADE CLOTHING Salt per BIlck................,....21 26 25 April 10. l6Z. ifcCoPartnership neatttrts a dispatch. Plans and estimate furnishedof of Dauson Bootwrigbt. deceased, to the Hoo.I .
all of Machinery and Engineering. Theyare I I Judge of Probate of Leon count, and 'k for a dis
offered for sale on as reasonable terms u can be afforded AXD Hay iD Bales per 100 lbe....... 1261ll21 : .'
I in Southern Market via Notice. also sole agent. for Hoard & Sons Steam Enginesfor charge. B.J. R. BOOTWRIOHT. Alllla'r.Ml'tb .
any : GENTLEMENS' FURNISHING GOODS. Lime Cement Slate, Plaster aDd Gu- I'
Cotton Grinding and Saving, and Harrison's 20, 1838.6m
Paint Brushes ground from 0 to 000000 coo io packages per 100 lbs... 12+ 12& 12i undersigned have this day formed a co-part- Ginning
horse -- --- -
do do do Copperbound from No. 1 to 6, rrHE SUBSCRIBERS are now opening. at Bar Iron per tOo lb........... n6 t2I Itl THE. under the nand and style of Gmt i. for steam or pwt'r. i -Notice

White Wash Brushes of all grades and sizes, JL the Store next to Messrs.G.& J. Megin. 11| All other goods r100 lbe........t5 15 16 WILLIAM .
BAYA
VTKXJOW do Hor. doShoe lies, a well selected Stock of SPRING and Myer cb Q-rao.i-,
EDWARD HOUSTOUN, JOHN CARDY. I tr. IX Months after eLba shall present to the Ibis.I .
do in and with knots
aea Root Bath pain top SUMMER GOODS suitable M'GENTLEJENS' Pres. Snperintendent. will continue the business in all it* branches at My M,'67. 22: -lyE I O Judge of Probatt, in tmcI for the county of Madison
Brushes ,
t wEAk the Old Stand of Towle & Myers where they intend final account and Toueheca, as administratorof
Jb slo Velvet do February 18, 1858. l-8kn --- -------- I my
consisting in part of French and English Cloths, CasSOXASLK keeping a foil Assortment of all artichd appertaining TNAINSUC the Estate of Richard Harrison, dece .e Horse Hair Flesh do carved and <
plain eimeret aDd vntinga of di. latest style and beet qual. to their Dranch of business and hope by constant attention shall then apply for a final discharge from said ad
Hair and Nail Brushes hi WAKULLA
WORKS
Tooth great Variety mON
Infant's do do ity which they are prepared 0 make up 0 order iDa to merit the patronage beretofore extended I ministration. I. JL HARRISON, Admix.

: Hone do Fle h Gloves. workml\n.1ike and aahiow.ble manner nd oa Ru. :Nw Por't F1a. to the late firm CON May 81858. 19-6m
SELIM W. MYERS.
THUS. Also, a good assortment of --- ------ --- -- -
Wire bound Stencil Brushes
I do do marking do EEADY-MADE CLOThING, This Establishment is Now Under Fall Blast. R. B. GORMAN. It Notice.
Tallahassee January 1, [16] 1858. 8-lf
' lion bound Roof do ooosisting of Fine Black and Colored Cloth Frock ----.. .. Incorporated in 1819.-Charter Ptrpetnal. months after date I shall present fins

Handle Scr jb do Coats,Fancy Cassimere Business Coats, Black and SINCE the death of Mr.Pond Mr. GEO. ft. KING SIX oont and vouchers to the Honorable my Judge ofProbnte.

Fooitab and Luk. ng doaWld.n Colored Raglans and Over Coats Black awl Fancy charge; all communications therefore NEW: BOOKS. CASH CAPh1Z-81OOOOOO. ,I for Jefferson county as administrator tt
,
tipe and Graining Combs, Doeskin and Cassimere Pant., Figured Grenadine relative to Work ctc. should be addressed to him. JUST RECEIVED officio of tbe Estate of Nathanial Folsoni, I CUit}. Hair and Badgers Blenders and Fancy Silk and Cale luer. Vesta. All work coming under the bend of this business A' 1KSURE AGAINST LOSS AND DAMAGE BT FIRE*, and ask for a discharge from said adra'nistration.:

I do do Pencil., -AL80- will be promptly mechanically and neatly executedat NEW DOCKS & NOVELS- 05 TEEMS ADAPTED THE HAZAKP, I WM. U. ANDREWS, late Sheriff and

Shoving Bru.hea-&Jg.r. Buffalo and Bristle, A good assortment of black and fancy silk cravats as moderate a charge aa price -labor, ic., will DORE -A Stroller; Europe; AND. eONSISTE- TIE LAWS I II Admt'r. ex offieio.

J Hat do and ties, shirts merino silk and cotton under shirt, justify.This EL GRINGO -TrAVtb Mexicft- OF COMPENSATION.B. May 1, 1858. 18-6m
m I I
Together wilb a large lot of Paints and Painters Materials. collars socks gloves tc. I Eelablishaient is not k!pt up for the purposeof DR. KANE' Arctic Expedition; C. LEWIS, Agent,

The subscribers are new beginners and not entirely making money (strange to say,} us dear bought MEMOIR of S.S. Prentisa Speeches, Ac. Fur TaUahasse and vicinity. I Notice.SIX
;
I ro U. 1857. 47 experience bas demonstrjted to me, it cannot be done .
unknown to the community, and they pledge the 15. 1857. 33
THE DAYS of life-A novel by August
I
my .
in this at this branch of business-but for the
region mouths after date t shall final
themselves ae
to give satisfaction to all who may favor author of and Zaidee present my
United States Mail Line them with their patronage. benefit of the unfortunate who happen to hare Engines ISABEL Margaret-A novel; ; TheOriginalExtra Quality :I, and. vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Pmlwle

J. WEDER, ,and such like to repair. ARTISTS WIFE-A novel for Jefferson county, as administrator at tit* X.tat.
;
I -rmovNETV L. DANNIIEIMER. The Pattern, Stocl, Machinery Tool, ORLEANS TO KEY NEST La-fff, in Vrtttr, ned food Condition : ask for a discharge from raid administration.
May, 1858 18 by Slmms! ; Ac, Ae. REP expressly for Ptdihg Tee Cream,
r .Jub can It Turned Out with THOS. ODER AdmfrMay
McDOUGALL
.4fDlN7'ER..1IEDI4'fE A HOBBY JL Cakes Banco I
lie lorige@
Xtalnest and Mag. 15, IS3 t 20-6ra
Dipatch. 4 '57. 27Burning Received fresh A :
FRORIDA PORTS COODS7 July NEW ------- ----- -- -
Shafting Pulb'ea, Plumber Boxes Hangings for --- Oct. 1, li57. 42
COHXICTID WITH THI Shaftings, Spur Gearing, Water and Si earn Pipe Fluid Notice.N' .

STEAMER ISABEL JOHN PRATOBIOTJS Stop Ccks Gauge Cocks Grate Bars Plow Castings, Florida is hereby given that sit months after
Sugar Rollers, Circular and Upright Saw Mill and A. SUPERIOR QU.LITY.jusl received and Reports. I
OF date, will be made the subucri-
VOE EATAXA AND CMAILESTOM AT SkY WZIT.r MERCHANT TAILOR, Glut Mill Gearing, Circular and Upright Saws, hers to the Hou.Judge of Probate ef Lenn county
... .. COMPLETE ;
ic, &e. Generally kept on Hand Short 31, 1857. 6
or got up on January McDOUGALL
Deafer in Ready Mate Clothing and &IOTBY. fur a final discharge as administrator and admuiis'
r Notice. In Fact Here ir the Place for all that Want
TilE SOUTHERN 5, 3&Blacksmith
Sfpt. 1857. tratrix of the Estate of John eeared.
TiAt\lm.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Work in this Line Done np Right and with Dispatch. P. B. BUOKAW'S. I JOHN R. LLOYD. Admfr.

Steamship Company -4---- Having some halt a dozen Engines myself constantly and
& PHOEBE H.LLOYD. Admt'LMay29
< I am now receiving my Fall and Winter supply running,caused the Establishment to be erec'ted LIY-IBY AHU SALE STABLES, I 1858. 22-6m
OT HEW ORLEAXS the same cause must keep it up. Therefore, you can Horse Shoeing Ettaolithmcnt.rpHE .
taken the mail contract for abonporta of Cloths, Cassimeres, Velings, 4-c., oj always rely on having work done at the TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. SUBSCRIBER begs leave to <-

HAYING> two first clasa Sea Steamers regularly Every Color Style) and Quality, WAKULLA IRON WOltKS. THE Proprietor would in- JL citizens Tallahassee and vicinity that Notice.

,l twice a month meeting in the Spanish Hole on the r his friends and the HICK wi carry on the months after date t shall present my final noI -
lath and S9th,and leaving the same eveniug. which I am prepared to make trp in the most II public,that be has rebuilt his_ I SIX and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Prd-

THE STEAMER SPRAY"will fashionable style, on snort notice But Here Comes t/i/ Next Important Thing' arge Brick Stables at the old stand and is now BLACKS.11TI BUSINESS bate Jefferson county as administrator ex-officio

prepared to accommodate his friend and customers in all its various branches,and is prepared to execute I of the Estate of Elisba Wade late of said county deceased -
leave New Port in the morning and St Marks AND REASONABLE TERMS PAY PAY !!! PAY !!! He Also baa attached to bis Stables,a good Blacksmith all orders with neatness and dilpatch His work I and ask for a discharge from said administra

terminus on the arrival of the Cars from Tallahassee -ALSOA Shop where be will have have d\lDeal1 kinds of will be warranted to be equal to any other tion. WM.IL ANDREWS, late ..beritfandadmini.tratol
You will send to New and Baltimore -
taking mail passengers baggage and freight to and LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF York Philadelphia Plantation work Hone shoeing and Carriagework in Blacksmith here or elsewhere, and will guarantee ex offieio
from the Steamer,and returuing in season for the afternoon and hare work done without for a moment
the very best manner and with promptness and die- satisfactioB in every JOB. Junll 1S,1858. 23-Cm
train. READY-MADE CLOTHING, dreaming of credit but here at home where there are
patch.November. HORSE Repairing and Ironingall
.
' The travelling public can.now rest aasnred that this Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear, no Banks or Banking (facilities or surplus capital you 5, 185h. 44 O SHOEG. work, and all other .J..Notice.
J Ling desired aDd frequently attempted communication such as Cloaks.Tahnaa Coats,Vests, Pants,t&, tc, want 1, 2, 3. 4 and 6 years credit and then require Vehice appertaining to business : .

to and from the above ports ;is in such hands A wbieh will be disposed of at low prices. one to ride from 50 to 500 miles for pay and probably Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, will receive careful prompt b atten months after date I shall present my finat

: to warrant permanency and success. Also a large lot of Plaid and Fancy Shirts, Collars ultimately expend from 10 to 25 per cent of tion. R.an.BERRY, SIX and voucher to the Hun. Judge of Pro'
Passengers having slave servants must see to Undershirts,Cravats, Stocks Hosiery, &&,&!. afflotht In Collecting I Is this right Is this eDc raging Far Sale by P. B. BrokawT 13. 1858. Agent bate of Leon county. u administrator of tbe Estateof

clearing them at the Custom House, before going on Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their Home Industry If to, can Jo* be Surprised / HE Subscriber just received a Feb Ricbard Began late of said county,deceased and

L own interests by giving me a call as all the above articles that it does not thrive t i JL very large supply of Carriage., Plows. ask for a discharge from said administration.

. board.ur Also look after your Baggage yours lf. have been selected with great care,sad with a Arrangements most be made for payment before --_ _.Buggies and Harness which he offers E.G.GRISSE'IT, Admt'r.

for further perticulnrs.. Apply to special view to their adaptation to this market. delivery of work through some House in this place for aale on the most reasonable terms. A FINE LOT various taet, Juno 26, 1858. 2 -4mNotice
DANIEL LADD, Agent. October 18, 1866. ly-42 St Marks,or Tallahassee-that is far enough from November 181854. 46 -

New Port Fla. July 11. 1857. 28 home Mc' AUGHt, ORMOND A CO_ _
, You may be good but we cannot run after our Plantation for Sale Jan. 23. 1868. 4 ,
A. B. CLARKE months after the fint of this
hard earnings in this Department. Besides, when SIX publication no-
SCHEDULE OF TRAIlS Labor is credited out parties try hard to make themselves in Columbia county State of Florida LARGE lot just re ,the undersigned administrator of the Estate
oy THE IS now receiving his Fall and Winter Stock of believe it is not half done, because they owe SITUATED miles South of Alligator. It consist by of John Burgdoru deceased late of Lecn county
Goods suitable for CIGAS eene ,win his final account to the Judge ef Pro-
for it. of four hundred acres of fine Marl and Clay Land.- fc HOBBY. present

FLOEIDJL RAIL ROAD. [ 1' WrtAIPl DANIEL LADD. There are all necessary Buildings on the place;a great Mach 1 bits of Leon county and ask to be discharged.

] otherimproTement have been made,and a part JOHN D. REICHERT.'Admt'r.May .
Ne Por July 11, 1887. 18 many
in of French and English Cloths Cassimeres
consisting pert 29, 1858. _22-m
of the land now in cultivation. Constant Water on
.e..G of all and of the New Maps of
I and Yestings colors bestqualty
Florida Railroad. tbe Land for man aDd beast. Good titles will be Ford
he to manufacture to order
which on
is prepared
Tract of Hammock ad- Notice
There is also
good
given. a PUBLISHED
LEAVES. FERNANDINA DAILY the most reasonable terms and in be moat .
lit.111 .I::.' II.L: : j joining tbe same which cad tie ptircittlsed. Anyone D&EW. 1 Florida, Month after the publication of thia no
(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) FASHIONABLE MANNER, wishing to setUe in this Co bt', would dtf well to C aebontiet SIX the undersigned administrator of the Estate

dbarleStoti and Sa- Together with a general assortment ofREADYMADE AT a meeting of the Board of Director of the give me a call, aa I will give a bargain hi my place. T ARGE and complete wit Rild and'TownJL of Antonio Botolo deceased late of Leon county,
j ON arrival Steamers from CLOTHING ZJL Florida Railroad Company, held Fernandina Any information can be given, by addressing the atTustennggee ; ship*. For sale by will present bis final aetount and toocbera to the
Tannah connecting at Callahan with Stage for the November D. 1857 the following Florida McDOUGAL 4 HOBBT.
on 7th day A. P.O, Columbia county East Judge of Probate of skid adJ aak to be discharged.
county
Ga. at Baldwin with with stock of Clothing
Trader's Hill and Ccntrevill, ; that Will compare favorably any resolution was adopted: C.H.W.COLLIN5June Feb.6,1858. 6 Admt'r.
Stage for Tallahassee; at Tiail Bridge :Jwitb Stage ever exhibited for sale in this city consisting of WetfcEis The work on the Florida Railroad haTing 19, 11(8. 25 R.A.SHINE
for Middleborg; and at Stark. with Stages fer New- Fine Black and Colored Cloth aDd Frock Coats advanced to a condition which brings it into use Lead. Jane 19, 186*. 25-6m jfl

nansville GoiusvilU, Micanopy, Flemiogton and Fancy Caasimere and Beaver Frock and Business ful COD OO with tbe business of the interior and MILES NASH & CO. 'Wte -

Ooala Coat, the practicability of a successful prosecution of it to PURE ; ground in Pure Linseed Notice.

LEAVE Starke Jaily,(Sundays except ed.)on ar- Black and colored Cloth BeaVer and Pilot Over- the end being reeonably demonstrated the Company Dealers in D trigs. Medicines, &c. just receiVed,and for sale by J' Months from the fint this notice.
I riTil Stages,and connecting at Fernandin* with Sack Sortouts.RaglaD" .VELY. Six publication
ot which has thus far conducted the enterprise consider AHE< will exhibit his final account
Steantra for Savannah and Charleston on Monday, Black and Fancy Doeskin and Cassimere that a point baa been reached where they may hope TUS1recefredioin New Y.rkperhark R.U.Gamble AprS.1858. 14 undersigned
aDd Toucher administrator of the Estate of Johrf
a*
U assortment of articles in line
a general our
. Tata4aWedneaJa and Friday Pants, to be met by tbe confidence and co-operation of the
1L COLE such Oil of almost kind Burning Fluid, Cod Liter OIL W.Argyle,deceased late of Leon coooty, to tbe
A. Sup't. Best Grenadine Barathea.Satin ami Cloth Vests 'planters and merchant of the interior: aa every
-. Mayl,1858. 18 Fnn'r VclvcI,cassimere Silk and Cashmere do, Therefore, Resolved That the Secretary directed White Lead Zinc and other paint. Window Glass of Honorable Judge Probate of laid county and ask
White Silk do, to invite subscriptions to the Stock of the Com best quality, Patty,Brushes Potash Soda Sparkling T7RESH, A PURE of t o.lebt"Brand B.JD to be dlJchariec.L.o.
.
; ,859,000 Cash! Gent*'Shawl*, Dressing ROOM, Fine Shirt, Silk pany upon the same terms aa heretofore and to take Gelatine Lofidon Mustard French Brandy(very beet,) gimanClarkACo, 'R&.,A LIVELY : B.C.LKWIS Adnit'r.May2.l858.
F.r sale
Cotton and Merino Uoder-atirt. such step a* may aflVd the most convenient opportunity medicinal pttfptfcM, SJ cea, Pepper, Lemoa Syrup, by A 21- tn
14
3OOO'Bales Cotton I Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. to the inhabitants of the several interested lab Quinine. Peruvian Bafk.Fluid Extract Bocbo April 5.1851.

,5,000,.L on,County,Bonds! -ALBO- Counties to take Stock. &&.Ac, and a general assortment of Popular Patent Notice.
from the mibfitee. Medicines. We keep none but the Tery beat and Pare Zinc White
A ,
the true
rplIE UNDEaSIGNED uakee following propoeitf8M1 A general assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and copy hope to merit .month from the first publication of this notier
,'. bh friend and nstomere.TI'X: Satin Stocks Ties and Cravats Collars colored and OED: W. CALL, Scc'j.In .lour patronage.MILES NASH, CO. (GROUND i* prepared LINSEED Oil*) SIX. undersigned Executrix of the last Will aad
'
First-He will receive Cot*, in pay meet for all white Kid and Silk Glove, Buck and Lisle! Thread March 29, 1856 18 \\7"E liMe juat received a fresh supply of this new testament f Daniel L.Hoock, dteeaMd.late of Leon

amounts due him on notes bonds or open acoounta.SecondlyIn do.;Ladies Gauntlets superior Linen Cambric ADd pursuance of the foregoing resolution, notice ia IT and beautiful direct from the manufactory county, will present her final account" to the Jw'ge

the absence ef Cell be will receive Silk Handkerchief, Browa and Fancy Cotton Lisle hereby given that tbe book of the Company are permanently I Gold Pens. ,and offer it Wbte with most of Probate 01 aaid eoaiity, and ask to be dUcbsrced.SUSANNAH -
Cotton ia payment for.1I bond, notes .r opec aceovota Thread and Marino | Hose,Ac, Ac. CALL AND open at Fernandina where snbscripttoo aa possessing t pbl pectefide. 110UCK Exfx.

,at its highest market price BUY. may be made either in person or by 1ett.rtlis FRESH supply just received and for tale by a. most al via qQt July3,1868. Toi
1- Thirdly-In the absence of Cash aad Cotton be October 18, 1856. 43 amount of the present aaeessmennt ,being 117.00 oo A MYERS t GORMAN. df pDt Color,dir. all/MH4o It *M phe A

1 will reeetre to the amount 1I.00o"Leoa Ooonty each abate of j|100.00. This company ia the owner May 32. 1818. 21 iliti tkt health oldie Notice.
I Bonds tA their market yalue ia payment of Booda, town site of Fernaftdma and Cedar Key and also -nntr injuring worme o -
ACARD.TB inmates of newly punted apartment*-'-
C note and account 750,000 acres of land property which bad been appraised GARDEN.SEE.DB! the t&eet sitnation, and its t cutt.1I eredikn.legatMe and persons entitled t.
). He would inform his friends and customers that hare understood from a reliable source, that at over 2000.000,and it i I. believed that a W3UL.adiaaUthevarioumuse.exposed to aupenority ALL ofand iu the Estate of Theodore
I his for the month o/ aDd March TT abeenoe from the State, baa of from t8.00 share OROWTH.OF 1857. to wh hereby
payments February our temporary further assessment to f 10.00 per the latter heretofore been "For TnrnboH,late of Jefferson county deceased aye -,
Krevery heavy, and he feel confident i a ootwidera- beets ((6y SOMM of ncr friend f) magnified into a Tirml will be sufficient to finish the road. weald call tbe"attutio of our' friend sad b applid. notified to present their claim lad 'demand>

&ioa Ill tin rreat iftdnbrenee beretofore ejctended. abandonmeat of our business in New Port/ QKO. W.CALL, StcV.Jan. WE public generally,to our present Large and AME William BodJ. my ag e*at 3to.Gc.llouiy'sutheo-

they will ONE and ALL.come forward and. avail That reports are being carefully-circulated throughout 9. 1858. 2-4f well selected-AfaortiaerH of .April t, 1858. 1 ticated within the time prescribed ty law, or tbjs

. : ftemtulTe of the inducements offered in thia adTerttesjbent the country, thai w.have sold oat here, lock, GARDEN John, Q. Cromartie, of the Estate of notice will be plead in bar of lieif recoTery; and all
sod pay at least an amount euftraent to en- stock and barrel sad ere than geru." Whatever Nonce.SIX FRESH SEEDS.Our Adio.t. deceased persons indebted to tie said Estate are requested to,
k aUa him to meet his liabilities.. Should there bj the mfctite the fi**, we think nay bare been lather Seed are procured from a Cold Climafe- and Fkl make immediate payment to my 's *f agsat who

any ((1 hope pone) whose eirettmata&ee Vffl aol ena to the thought with the reporter' Be this however, months after the that publication of this no- consequently nourish the baLlet in a warmer one, James W. Luther vs.- Cromartie, Catharine isfufly authorized to settle Use sadFtate eecctth.gto

lie tbea to comply.evea ia pan I hep*, tbey vill a* inlay, we do assure oar friend, the poUts, that ,the undersigned administrator of the Estate neb aa OQTZ. fff" Call early *r send your orders C. Fason and her husband Bliss law. OAROLUTE-A. TURScULL.-Exfx.

ooe forward at once;and say s", close wp:their aceoutrUaadVkaketh we will next Fall,.. 'a* eW .W wW\ng to sires of Henry B.Bradford deceased will present his final thai joa mar secure the tafkUec you desire. Coe Robinson and her JaIl 31, 185. ll- N97,beat arrangement rs UKJT Jut* .'. tan tttr hess.kento/or*. Oar Stoek w81 account and apply to the Judge of Probate of Leon AMES fc LIVELY. FU. Xet Charles Banaetmaa bnb. George _

power for pa>***at JlCf'alkr.hat he eewy know bit amend we shall expect au our eustomer* to county for a discharge from his administration of aaid Jaauary 9. 1858. 2 aam.d.dsfesdiMs notified. 'Noti..
.Mti OepewTHpei. 'DAVID'C. WILSON. rue their patrooace except those who cannotdo Estate EDWARD, BRADFORD, Admt'r 'l"hlEabova JL c.t
T-tf wittatf snaferuJMyiiry to(Aevue/M June 5, : ttottUtoder igD d e the &t te'
Tab.U. 1858. so. lioticeAPP1ACLT1O1 T. persons bv'U'gdemOdIIVUIIt
ef Franklin Cteimrti.dcces.aed, filed ALL
< ha de-
YeryrespeClMlrMcNAVGHT IateOJeffeTIOaCO2MV',
Josuh MkelV
For Sale. ,, ORMOND A co. 1858.Health Bitter Jii.ii 1\\ Lion in the for Cik.*office of certain eJMhe Cvcut land Court'f LleeooCoenty ceszed will taQ nolle that they Btot pTMeof tbem..

I Newport, FLv Jane SO.. (Jnly *, 1868. S7-8m) a. o .8t&e. to the vodertrgved duly a uthentkald;'wttiw th*
THE HOUSE and LOT owned by Mr. i I f TO those suffering from Dyspepsia Debility eftX win be aasde t*' the next''Legis- described' in ptit f&to tl time prescribed by law,or,thilDotk i *will 'bI'. pesoin
m.T.c, and Dent, occupied, by "Congress febled health or derailed state of the Stomach JUL\ latnre of tits State of Florida lot a ebarter for are. hereby said pet bar of their recrnerrt ADd tU penoat indebted to

&r.James S.Jones. Posiesnoa may be bad i I t lv Ae. tlkcM Bitten arc' recommended *y. the a Rail Road from ",GnlfCityw1la. water of UM t o Hooder th ISt day of October xt being' add Estate will mat imfaediaU 1I'-1DMGC .

on rst October next For term apply to I FRESH npPljvit; Faculty, as a certain cure. For sale by East Harbor ApaLichicoU, through the counties t flrstday o t ae rel\term of said Court. JOHN AJI'DElIS02f.Ac.L..
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-4 CHARLES HtfrCHINSO1Iii1" ( BUTLER. & DKKHAM.NOT. either or n ,OH Q Ad'r.JulJ July 21't85.. I-lw
' 1838. 25 Sept. 19, 1 S1.. tt U, 187. -48 ; 1'a11ahuatr.uu.t 7. 18M. 3t *. 1858. 27- U




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