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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 9, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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notis - AKP8648
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System ID: UF00079928:00324
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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OFFICE OVER R. H. BE nV'S ROOM.TALLAHASSEE TERWS-TWO DOLLARS IN IDYifffE.

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JONES & DYKE FLA., OCTOBER !9) 1858. ',' 'VOL. XO1.tJir5iJI111 '


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!; : l1rbs.MILES profrssiont11 on& jJt-; ;i1tti( nr5.RECENT -1-| BY AUTHORITY. Fur composition; of the 'I.'I ks, mo :ei :;er T Mi-it; of th"! I Tinted! State. I cxtr.iori'in' .' rxju-infs! ill il-fi-ndrng; th? titi]"

._. .- ., __ an I laborer: ill the otiit-o III(' toj>.>gs.i I .:itiuil! ct-: 1 At rhtl-.de'pT.i.'! ; -Toril!"!'i.- '.f t tV! tir.tIT I, of ti! <. Un ti-d stilet,) |1111"01 j.ri inty sit i ?
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f! : ineerILH thousand! : 1-ix hundred ami t'o.tydo.ipe. i I IrtII\r: : asa-H"i mvlter! :n'I -i liner.tlii'I tsl.f''rnia: lorty' thousand t dill.i.rs.
-I HASH & CO.
LAWS OF TinUXITKD: : bTATis. i i' ti of ? ,'n'.r of
: i !! C'liti'T and c" '2.s't: :r. itsi'alit i miyer, u! e CIli1li'el.t' s.ioi "
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\ VDIMPORTANT I For:: romptns.itinn of the cleiks :111.111I l ')' ; jsi<.t.mt m..It>'r and i finer, nnd seven rlfiL*, dClk not exrecdng tfireo, by the! tli t:i.t ofi

UKALERS IN !! DISCOVERY. [fO\'J.tIH'O.] senger I in, (.c ollice of lie chief engitieer, i 1.i twenty seven I thousand! J Jlino hundred! dollars : tor.icy 01 the north.Tii d'&!1 i.t of Caiorii-i.!i: :

DRUGS, PALMS, -:0- CII\P. J.XXXII-\n Act lIIllil.Jpl'rorri-.tjU' eight thousand two Imiulre! and forty do'lars. :- I'or v ss of wo'tmefi and .K'j'isfe, ; as unv ]ty oece-n-y lojrsuic'iV* the leeor'i

: It n. trE'Is: i I fur (lie Ixialtttite, Executive: and Judicial i Ix-! :' *e\vny( fcJ thousand tight hundied dolhrs.j : i o'' tin distnct coint in lint! ca tf*, upon

MBMCIXES.I OILS I S Ol" this city I hai introduced *lJto }1.:5 practice: t5nreocut |jns diirtiilli' uf of UoverLiiifiit June, 185J.. for the Year ending the For co'iipens'itioii: : of the! < clerks and mes- I For incidental and (contingent vxpnes.I wtiii !fJ apjwa's Ifave been or may I be taken la

] S in the office cf thite colonel of orJ. including in addition to other availabl tit! Supreme (')ut, touch sun ai be netr-
\TtLD inform tL--ir rirn.U mid the public.\ j 1 liD important dinctmry th: applica Genera! Land Olllcc : j si-nger I I wastage I may
\ T they h'\'e; < si lMii'1 A ijrtoii n.*"itm'i
..-!** ns are 1.n..raIy! l.cpt in their) line of busincpfc j ELECTRO MAGNETIC MAUIISE, der Iiws sy&tetn military | ?, uni I folly' dollars. i For frjieciinens eit f ort and! coin.1, ( b
;,i J wiJl he ri-eciviiuj r.- jluilv. treali supplies. Tlieiiei !, byvliich means n current >electlicify i ii pa?* 4 | prior to twenty tiglit'i' H'J(:III her, j Contingent Expenses of tho \Vir Departnicnt. I setted! .tt the mint, three hundred dollar | and tiftv il.irs a month for each ; and that
hal! be r.t.uatol.. j trough the twlli j I eigliti'cn hundred .mid, tilt and other
( at the nf ; patent
u time extr )
cting pr..hieit .-UiHee of the Secretary of War : \or transpoi t ilion of I uiioii! from N. York | SCcIi! clerk shall not h# employed under tho
T"na Apnl Vlb 1E5.V 14. i ; a local Antiesia.! and po avoids tlie: us e of records ; tract l/ooks tend blank books for I : '
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__ :___ tl.is : For blank! hooks, stationery L')4.k, tn.ip !! assay ollitrp to tho til ed States ir.int for Mithcjity cf this act, after the third day of
: CHLOROFORM OH hTHER. | and tin tliH'ict land oliices binding
Dr. tiles H. Nash ; : extra clerk hire, mUcell.inooui! iteltls, fin coinlg.! l'l tht! >usand dollars. ;( .Marrh, ti.hteen hundred ar.d! fifty nine.
\ lie bat applied it in a nunilii-r of cases with itij | jl.ils Mid fit Id notes ; stationery, furniture, I
'.frtMHUritUFf..loNAIHlVKfTO TUE CITlZlMi OFfAL.Aff All nnd :i tbourtud t live hundred dultar: ?. At San Francisco, CaliIornia.-l'or salaries Foi salary of the reporter of tho decisions
I'I that of I
they experience little iubcellancous items
j uijree or f j rcpaiis l same, (iil.
-+ lr AMsi CP.ni'rj> !C SOrTttV4'XWlCKirTI PAIN in the i.x'rnction! two of the ODice of tint Adjutant General : For h'ank I of .superintendent Ir'lsurt'r, assayer, mdI !- I! ,.f the JNiprema Court, 'Zino thousaml ihrtij
including
I daily *
: ? M. :,' l ... '! Ji.h, 10 it.s.; city newspaper. 1 books inisctilanc-oas! ter and! reiiuor, ; l.vetlt-iks !htindred dollirs.
: 'r : .pll. .I.a; <*li.*-If >-> ftl.f 28-3m 1 binding, st-itionery, and con r, :ttll twenty' j
to bo filfd, bound., and preserved for the use '
.
) p.oIIt,. .s.J -- -- i of the ofHci, theittythirec thousand five !.uei. items, two thousand: dollars I s x thousand four Lcndred and fifty. five d.d-! j For compensation of tIll district attorneys

t is' 'I I i dred d"lltrs.F"r | t Oilice of the Qu.irtci,master General : For l-as. :I elevnn t ttlo..aunJ seven hnbfHJ and! fifty do-!
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FAHNESTOCK'SVERMIFUGE blank bcol and ,misi For of workmen" and / I I. i.'.
i s, binding, stalioiiTy, wages adjusters: ont
n i 1 ;I" J 14 \ \ H 11 I !! contingent in addition under
expenses i cclli'.nc-ous itvins, ono thousand! two hundied I hundied and sixty six thousand eight hundn-d Ji compen'alian of the! marshals lei:
--- -- land act of
swamp twenty eighth September
I dollars. and mimiie'\' four to"arJ.| :> thousand: four hundred tIaahlsrs.lnft.pendenl'l'reasury.Fo.
Drs. : Ilobertson Bond eighteen hundred and bounty '
I I fifty, military
j A Bin AKD SCKI I Oilice of the I'ayirmlcr CJcnpral : I'orb.aiik I For Incidenta! and c' ntinge! ;>t expense?, .' salaries of tho
EXCOT T0IV of
.. acts .ighth .
i .1 '. .' ""I j jL '-&I'UU.lolj' II II" 'I. t Iwtnty September, eighteenhuiidrd J. ; I book, !Liiidin j
.
,
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u' ; 4si'b. 4kS 1 tl.s. \w lii In cit I V'VOB.1\I.1S" j and filty, and twenty Second March I ,
.. .: .: .. items five hundred dollars. I f.lls. two thousjnd six ,; Yi,rk, Bo&ton, t:1':1.: !est'mi, and St. Loqi .
'S .al.t CIIIUREAND twenty hUrrct
S 4UC Mur4).k.lug eutalry.r ADULTS INCLUDIXO. | eighteen hundred and fifty two, and act thirly
O a.:. >.i'' tbe Stur lateljr uccti4rll t August, eighteen( filly
.. A lli* *. I books, binding, stationery, and mNcellaneonsitem At New Orleans.-For salaries of superintendent ;' i'or addi'ional salaries of the treasurer of
RETAIL I two for the h.-iti faclion of f !Iniu*
F PRICE 25 CIS.TRintiD : Virginia \\ ar.
Fth. gS. 57 911 I : -*, including! two daily Washington paper treasurer, assayer coiner, inciter tin! moist at Phdidelphii of one thous rddolI !.
'- AID SOLD BY Tel tote rants t'l'nttix thousand hundred/ dollars
proprtttorl, ,
onu II'II'I
E.TAUNAUD) Jr. i I B. A. F4HNESTOCK A Co., )1I'itt.burb. P.., I I *, nine !hnndred/ dol'ariOilice : and refiner, and three clerks, eighteen thou- [ I: r<, and! .!, 'he treasurer of the hr.inch nrnt

AKD Philadelphia Pa., I IS I of the Snrgooti eneral: : Fcr blank I sine: three hUlln'a dollars. at New Oi:P-itis of five huni're I dollars, onotl.ou.tnd
I B. A. AUXESTOCK HULL It Co, For fuel, lights, and incidental expenses at
ew.YorkCltJr.
WILI CO.TM': THE hum'red dollars.For .
I'or thou. fiye
I book, binding, stationery' and miscellaneous waje3 twenty two ;
CRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS ,WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 51 CLIFF ST.EC .;1 teiuiittg the same, incl.rliri"; pay of lurnance I items nine hundred tract f fty dollars. I IOdic" I sand! dollars. s.daiit-s i ot I live of the additionaj: clerks
four
c. ._ AT TnE OLD TA.M, SIUN 3S j of perUble deileri only I keepers 1'Vr tllOusallll..loIIMI. of i ij II of the Colonel of Topographical Cn- j For incidental and contingent expenses!. lIlIthoiz'tllJ' the acts of sixth ,August eighteen .
the
I under
Ezam'ne! tbe Initial of the name to be sure yes get the] j contingent expenses net I gineers : For bhjtnk book, binding, station-i wastage, in addition to other avjiil- hundred and forty six. and paid under

Only_Gfnvmt_ B. A..'irnrrruca's VemirrciA.MCS !' third Mircii, "tie thousand eight ho'-fred and I cry, and miscelhiieoiM i'enn, one thousind I i ilc'l.lIr. ., h"ell' thousand nina hundred I nets cf h.lrthUtlI ', eighteen hundredfoldforty
OF TUK yf MOKTAK, I fifty fiu, granting bounly laads, and amendI .
I two Imiulred dollars. i i1'or dollars. I IAt tight third! March eighteen hundred
:::; &: Livni/: I net of fotiiUo.itli t Mav hun I
atory : : eighteen I
the general (purposes of iho lIItla\\"t'St Charlotte/ No.th: Carolina.-For sala-i I and fifty one, and third! March, eighteen hynIre -

/ Corner dirt on :uJ M.uiiu .tit>t1s,Ta11 ll1tUl'f'. 1658. S.lo 15-ly Arotits ft.r and.t.! ee..Af'ri110 tired :iid fifty six, to.wit : For patents patent .: Kxecutivo: BlIildin .-I'or conipens.ilJou! of i ri.-s ol superintendent, corner: !,ayer, and i icleik. ( I aiid fifty five, five thousand seven bun-

J..mttuy 19, Is-;6. 3, ; --- -- (; and other n'conl st.itioneiy. and mia'vilane- four \\atchmcii and two laborers! of tho north- ,' four! Ilh'lsawl'ivo' hundred: dollut $ ;I died dollar: V

-- !U:UICLO'l'ICI; :. = tau: C.L :OTlCl. !| ous items on account, of brnn'.v' !lands under west executive building, three thousand six I. .\ Dahlonegi! :, <:t'orgia.-Foi salaries of ;, For salaries of additional clerk in rfficeof.issutint
-----t.--- said sets, ihiitecn. lwusaOllll"lIlI11. ,
-e ee1'r.tLIn. hundred iiolir.! : superintendent, coiner, ayer, and clerk, [ treasurer at Boston, one thousand
.
Dr. Oilice of Indian _\'Toairsror blank books I
Wm F. Shine i
;
A. : ..J. V. BATH. j f For fuel, lyht! and miscellaneous items, j five tho.mnd! ; three hundn-d dollar I two hundred dollars.
-- ---- -- 1 CKFCCS. HIS BOtEsfclONAL bfKMtL-i TO iRE rCBUC. i! l.inulI'g'Iatiolll.'r' fuel and highs' and ni!:. ) For tho suid i For salaties: : of clerks, arKi
four thousand dollars.( : i wages \\0111l1, one : two i messengers
;
Drs. Peeler & Bates I / VFFICr adjoining that of Trs. Ojtmtle it Cetton.V I'I! Cfllancous items, including I t\\ .i ol tliejdaily, I For tile general of the Building t hundred do!) watchman in tho office of the assistant treaa-

HAVING ursocuted* an
''heir service ti the 1'i.b'n' in the treatment of all iviinzc1tt, iNO'j'ict: : dollars. compensation" of scp".intendt'nt', four watchmen i officers and cleiKs, twenty one thousand one : dollars.

acute as well! a$ ftionio! dresses of oil character I, ( and! two !laborers (or said building, three hundred dollar.GOlFKZSMKNriX! .-. For contingent expends under tbe act for

Office, '\'auk enl. Jifftrtou co. Fl*. I Dr. A. C. F. BLAKE Tension: OfficeFor stationery, binding thousand eight IlulI.rt'.1lnJ/ fifty do.t.trs.( : TUB TERRITORIES. I'j I the safe keeping, collecting: transfer and disbutsement .
Jan. 9. lt>5$ J-tf i books, furni ure, and repairing the suite, aiitnii.ceIl i '
--- --- -- I / OXTIXUKSt. tiTer his i 1'rofthMonal 5lrvico to ,| : And the cnnpensatioti of siineiinfendent may I j Ten il.y of Oregon.-For salaiies of governor of the public revenue of sixth Aa-

R.1fE {RY "J the citizen (.f Cciitn-villc and adjoining tJt'i neous item, including two ol the I j be allowed to the} cierk who has performed, .I thrte judges, and secretary, twelve gust, eighteen hundred and forty sir, tar)
Lorhotxl. Residence (.Lu1gto Centrefille b-I' daily city newspapers, to be filed, bound and I thousand dollars in addition to
or may hereafter perform, the duties of thai i i iollice thousand live hundred (dollar ; premium rectiv9d"on
Auctioneer and Commission at his rci.itne.Iee.26.lfi7.-(. preserved fer t.e! use of the office, and: for .
transfer drafts Provided Tbat
i ; the allowance to be made to S'icli superiritcndent j For contingent expenses of said Territory, < : nopalt
MERCHANT.ALL1HAS __ _. __ S2-lf__ t books for the library, ten thousand (dollar ( with his salary as cloth, not to one thousand five hundreil dollars. I of s..id sum hal be expended for clerical
Fla., 20. 1 S5j. S9 ; I I.A.11orn.oys For contingent expenses in the said office services.
EE Sept.
--- G\VYNN & HILTON oxcee.d two thousind: doll.irs. j For compensation and mileage of the mem- j b ,?

-Henry L. Rutgers : n,1 La V, under the bounty' land act of third March | For J fuel, compensation <>f firemen, and mi!. tiers of the legislaiiveassembly, oflicers, clerks I For salaries of nine supervising and fifty
one tlousand hundred and fiie.
<
eight filly cellancous items four thousand! eight hundr.dllollus. ,' and contingent expenses of the assembly, '! local inspectors appointed under act thirtieth,
TALLAHA:, FT.A.v.
COMMISSION I i MERCHANT I For (-ngraing: and retouching plates for j : hundred and for
0I I twenty thousand dollars_! jTenitory j- August, eighteen fifty two,
'.\.. \ \11.\-1':1-! : : i LA.T >. \ (;\vv 11. n HILTON, bounty land warrants, printing and binding I Navy l"ptrtment.-For compensation" of. of New Me.\ico.-For salaries the better protection of the lives of p.issengt .-

4._. i I-I A IXO n *oci.itfd themselves gither in the the same, stationery, blank bocks for tegN-i the Secretary of the! Navy, and! the clcrk, of go\ernor.threo judges and! secretary,twelve rs by steamboats, with traveling and other

IBKRALii jLJ to 1-n tri mis ill NVw V..-k. to all L'liti.'i' entrusted Th..v" f fifteen thousand dollars : Provided however
consigned i?* tu (hem. ill attend dollars.
nine thousand! hundred dollars. For of said
contingent
I ,
Sept. 4. lt;58. M. 5T sent 't'i'!. : the Supreme Couit the 1'. S. District Couit 'nd the That the Secretary of the Inll nor, at hi* discretion MX expenses territory Expenses of the Collection of Revenue
For compensation the chief of the boreau one thocrand doll .rs.
Circu. Court at Tulahnj-! end alien the Circuit i
I .
T. W. BREVARD, Jr., j (Xuitjof O..J..Ien. WnLulIa JeiTerton. Ma.li3t.n andHannltin or, shall. bo authorized! to usa any portion !; of navy Janis and docks, and lie c'eiks' islesI I For compersilion and mileage of the mem- from Land*.-To meet the expenses of coIVcting !.
SHIll
..A.1"t01--n.CY; Xtw, i Couitie. Ofl'cc: lit the Couit-Loufe in i the week npproirlatiun, (month f..r clctical at I'N.ic'shy such "' "6"'' ,".' !laborer in !hi" otfi'" fourteen "l.r of the legislative assembly,-officers clerks I the revenue from the sale of publ'dItnil !

TALLAI11SSEC: FLA. : Tallahassee. day, or year, thousand one hundred and! foity dollars. | anti contingent expenses or itio ao.c .Mj-, in th- several States and Territori; '

._March, 6. 1838.: 10-ly 1 rates as he may deem just and fair. Fur compensation: of tlio dikE of the bureau twenty thousand doihirz.!! : For salaries ami commissions of registers _
__ Apiil;_ ?4. 1S:'iS; 17 __ Suiveyors General and 'heir Clerks.-For I of land offices and receivers of
HOGUE & AMAKER I of oidnancc and hydrography, and tho Territory of th-For salaries of governor : public money _

1111 1. I'ORLKY) compensation: of the surveyor general of Illinois clerks, messenger, anil laborer in his office, I !, three judges, anti secretary, twelve tl.cu- i *, one hundred and twenty thousand dvllard. _
and Missouri and the clerks in his otlico
COUM3ELI4OIISIjW
ATTOKNEYS &
I I.AT twelve thoCsand tilled hundred and forty sued dollars. I .
Attorney at Law, : five thousand eight hnndred and twenty dol i For defraying the of the
dullars.! Fcr contingent expenses of said territory, expenses supreme

T'LJ1l..\ sJr, Ui.Juinry ". fortnea .1 caparttifitlnp ill the practice of I hire.For For compensation! of the chief of the bureau one thousand five hundred dollar I c'nuit, and I district courts of tbe Unite I _

!7.. 1837._ :-I> ___ __ I HAVE. and will :\t'n! l to piufissioual Lueirritiiftvil i compensation of the surveyor rjer.era''! ol construction, equipment, and repairs, Territory of Washington.-For salaries of Stales, including the District of Columbia j

.to thtir oare. of Louisiana, and the clerks in l.is office, four and! of the engineer in chief and the clerks, three judges and twelve: I also for jurors and witnesse-> aid ot the
governor secretary
& McGlellan P. P (.\ : TERRY AMAKER. I
E..t.
Yonge thousand five hundred dollars. .
f. 18 messenger, and laborers in his office twenty thousand five hundred dollars.: funds iii is-jug; t f <"u fines |" uilti! ('*, and for.
lliyl.l
A."t'"tOL--I1.CYS !.n.'t T.n.V. For compensatir.n of the surveyor generalof one thousand three hundred and (forty dollars. I II For contingent' expenses of said! Territory, feiturcs inruIi in Ue fiscal year ending
I I.A.1"torn.oy I
EDWIN A. HART Florida and the cleiks in his olce! fire
.Lu..nc h IN ALL 1HE O I4'aTr WEST TLOBMiv [ For compensation of the clerks, messenger i ii I one thousand five hundred dollars. June thirtieth eighteen! hundred and. fitly

fr.il.L d lMLItt. i nt X..ciw t thousand five hundred dollars'! i I and! laboier in ''ho bureau of provisions and For com, tns..tion and mileage of the members nine, and! pievious years ; and likewise for

. . MCCLELLAN.JiLm i Florida.I I For compensation of the surveror generalof I I defraying the of suits in which! the
C. O V i\ E: .J F. Tallahassee i clothing, eight thousand eight hundred Mini ;, of the legislative assembly, ofctr clerks expenses
\ and Iowa the clerks in I
isronsm and bit
M"i:. 1 I":.- il-u i iDeni. A A 7 ILL I raclice u> the Cuci.it C urt* cf the MiflT 1 I' forty dollaia. I and contingent expenses oi assembly, (United! /States are concerned, and of prosecution .

T die lJi'trict, u'ld the S'lpunn- O> irt cf tVs I IState. oflice, eight thousand three hundred dollar S For compensation of tho chief. of the I bureau ; twenty thousmd! dollar J I for ortVnres commit against the United .

F. Young, i snd the OUtikt t'-i.it ,.1 th<> Unitf.l Stnh'a,at I For compensation of the surveyor generalof of medicine and surgery and the clerks! > Tenitory of. Nebraska.-For s.iluies: ofgovernor ,,. plates: ,}and for the safe keeping of prisanetd -

: A1'J}' A-ft? ; Tal1al.3sC'ct' ". O.T.tx t.\tr tic 1 bti.iu of llcgsrs. Aikansa. : and the clerks in his ollic0, eight messenger, and! laborer ft! his office, nine three judges, and secretary, teii one million dollar _ _
.J'iWn O.A J. Mrtfiuuu { thousand three: hnndred dollars. I
thousand! Po hundred and forty dollars. j thousand five hundred dollars. l'eniteniiry.-For compensation of the
ANDfcOMCITnJI Jan. :111, 18;3. J
IX Kyi: ITV, j For compensation of the surveyor generalof Contingent Expenses of the Navy Department. i j For contingent: expenses! cf said Territory !i warden, clerk, p'ljsici.iii'! ; chaplai, assistintkeepers
the! clerks in his olllce: I
and )
Oregon seven and matron of the !
A. J. PEELER'S [ gj.ini, penitent
1 \f ILL pr tt tic* In the ( .urtO ,-f tIle Tln-tprn Cir I one thou Hii I IlluH!l ir* I
'housand livo bundled dollars.!
1 T enit .t FI...I.. aDoI For lert of tuneor' general's otlice in '
( i AT tt.MT.VII LE, AtACHCA OUNTl.) f.fLU.. t:, n.III"i i fuel books, stationery. and other incidenud books, binding stationery, newspaper, pu- I bets of UK legislative assembljofficers, clerks ,I live !Iiundred/ and forty dollars.
Oregon ,
I: E P E J: L'XC J1:: IN rindicalj and! miscellaneous items, I iwo thousand and contingent expenses of the assembly For compensation of three jnspec'ors cf
OFFHK IF TltS TIIL "un: ILI'ING AXD OIPOS1TC ; thousand five hundred (
) expenses, ono hundred and dollar I thousand dollars. [ said penitentiary: seven hundred and fifty
CAPT. J. J. Ix-r % THE noon of inn FI.fflh1'IAN' 4 JCIU.VAI ortriri. eight forty twenty ;
dollar
QCL. J. D. AIKET, JTjutxa J- CkttttstM, S. C. .%7ILL Practice ill il.e' Circi.il; Ctris.fGad-do. I Bureau of yards and docks : For station I Territory of Kansas.-For salaries of governor I dolhrs. S

it THOMPSON J T T I pnn, \Vrfknll.i. .JtfliiM, aiid !i.iii4'n! and I' For compensation of the surveyor general ery, books, plan, and! drawing*, eight hundred I three judges, and secretary, ten thou- I I For the support and maintenance of said
JOVEI. Tiila'iati.te, 1'ta.tt. of California nnd the clerks in his office fifteen /:
JAMES S.
ri: ntteml) "p(nij tly t tlf Co.llel'h"11 if nuti-s nud cc- dollars. j live hundred dollars. I. penitentiary even thousand nine bandied _
JaJk' .47.._ J23VILLIAM cumt :n any C f s.iiJ C\ 1:1, tic'p. thousand five hundred (!'ollars. II sid I I i and dollars and five rents.
--- -- -- Bureau of ordnance and hydrography I For contingent cf sa'd Territory, twenty twenty
.'. exjtciscs
SCOTT7MOXTICKLLO i __!':!). 7.1_! -__ ___ For compensation of the surveyor generalof For blank books, stationery, and! miscellane-I I one thousand five kjndred dollars. j i, For compensation of two ad Mtional guards

J.y ij Washington Territory and tho clerks in OtiS items, seven hundred and fifty dollar > For compensation and iiiileaga"if tl.c membersof I i hereby autborired thirteen hundred and twenty -
A-TJli Ji ) j1l 1. Isabella ; House his otlice, S' vcn thousand dollars.: I dollar
FLA ;: ; Bureau of construction' equipment, and re- the Kgislativeassembly.nfficersclerks! j&nd j!
For office rent for the of I
I ALBANY G E 0 R G IA. !I surveyor general pails ; For blank books bidding, stitionery, [ contingent expenses of the assembly, | For compensation in part, 'lot the messen.
Jzlv S0.1S.-.1. 31)) t1jan Terlit. fuel. books I
_'_ ._ _: __ I Washington ) stationery printing, and miscellaneous! items, fijht twenty thousand dollars. i ger in charge of the miin furnanca in the _
I
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--- I and other incidental expenses, three thousand I four hundred and dollar
FLOYD & HOLLAND "IIE above HOTEL i.i Alb-inv. the present termi i i dollars. dred dollars. .un'l Territory of Minnesota. For defraying Capitol, twenty
I nun of the Gcoigia abel i-lorid.i Railroad, is Bureau of provisions and clothiiig : the expends incurred/ taking the census > For ,ftat'onery, blank book., plan, drawings .

Attorneys at Law. I uow OJM IJ fur the reception of tIe i for corny ensation of the surveyor generalof blank books, stationery and of the Tenitory of lnl"s ta, under the act j and other contingent! expense of the

V\7 ILI. practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle! i TIIAVKLIXCr( PUBLIC. i iTlie New Mexico, and the clerks in his olliee, I items, seven hundred dolhrs. I approved twenty February: eighteen j otlice of the Commissioner of Public Bail-

7 T and West lT>rida, and in the Supreme.f the Court Urn House DI.II-'InJittrc- ncn-. The 'rrpue- I seven thousand dollars. Bureau of medicine and surgery : For hundred and fifty seven, twenty thousand i I ding, two hundred anal fifty dollars.! _
f the Sute. Also in the District Court For of translators in thi of. I
tor i is dcteiniinod to make it a j compensation books and miscellaneous For compensition to the laborer in chargeof
ed States, in the Northern District of Fbi ida. blank stationery dollars ; Provided, Tho compensation( to the '
R.J. FLOYD Office ApaUcl.icoIa. FU. FIRST CLASS HOTEL, fice of the suney general of New Mexico, item, four hundred and fifty dollar I officers taking the sam shall not exceed that \ the water closets in the Capitol, four hun

D. P. HOLLAND, Oflice Quiucj. Flo.Dec. and hopes by strict attention to the waiitt of his two thousand dollars. For the general Purposes of tho Southwest I allowed by tho a t cf twenty third May, I'I dred and thirty tight dollars.! _

.!2, 1855. 51II4LIAMSP114110fhh1_ ( uests, to meiit patronage of the Public. For rent of the surveyor general's office inNew Executive building.--or compensation of i eighteen hundred and fifty, and thirtieth August For compensation: to the public Sir'cner.

'--"' I I. II. DURHAM. Proprietor. Mexico, fuel, books, stationery, and four watchmen of the southwest executive eighteen hundred and fifty, to those I one thon.and four hundred and forty dollars.

Attorney and Counsellor at Law _Albany,_Ga., May_ _S2_ ,_IbiS._u__ 21_-ly_ other inciden'al! expenses, three thousand dollar building two thousand four mdred dollars. I who took the census in California, Oregon, j For compensation of twenty two laborers

M'ONTICELLO. FLORIDA. Ii ?. For contingent cxpsnses of saul Utah, and New Mexico.Judiciary. employed( in the public grounds and PresU

prnctice in the Court of the iliddle Cir rfm" t CITY HOTEL. ..."; Kansas For compensation and Nebraska of the, and surveyor the clerks general in viz : For labor, fuel lights, and LtilJilg'1 .-For salaiics of the chief justiceof dent's garden thirteen thousand tire hundred.

WILL I -- three! thousand nine hundred the court aid assaciato dollars.
and Tho n.* ant Lowudcs County, Ga I I' items, supreme tight
JOHN L. DEMILLY, his tffice eight thousand three hundred dollar.For of the of the
March ::. L5& 12-1 y teen dollars. justices fifty four thousand five hundred dol! I For compensation keeper westttro
-------- _G.LCU.1lll -' -- I '\5TotI.1) respectfully infr-rm the, public that l1e I' compensation of the surveyor generalof Post Office D'partmpnt.-For lars. gate, Capitol Square, eight hundred and
LONG & ; > > baa leased the CITY HOTEL (know, as the .Minnesota anJ the clerks in his office compensation
of the Postmaster General three assistant For salaries of the judges, hundred seventy fix dollars.
one !
i and will: take the fii t of distric
Prowii Hotel.) charge on >
.
TvLHH\K FL. i thousand threo hundred dollars.
L\W
: ,
ATTORo.I:1"S
AT eight of watchmen
Postmaster Generals and tho clerks hundred and For compensation two day
May next. Ills untiring vxcetiues will be ued to give and! eight thous:11 seveii
"\ r A.LONG &J.i.G.LB1LUfI1l1aveaFFv1 i who 1.1111. I For comjKnsation of cleiks 1 in the otlices I employed in tho Capitol Square, one thousandtwo
all assistant
Law. : full friti-faclion to ii 11l'atroUlze messenger, messengers, watchmen fifty do'ars
It JL. in the practice They
atcd thomsc'.vf he
Middle Circuitthe April .-. 1SS3. 17 of the surveyors general, to apportionedto and laborers of said department one hun For salary of tho circuit judge of California hundred dolars.For .
will attend the Court in the -u-I __ ______ them to the of the
exigencies
Courts and the District Courts of the according dred and fifty seven thousand eight hundred six thousand compensation of two night watchmenemployed

preme States at TaIIA1I1t! f'c. Nathaniel Hamlen, rub'ic service, and to be employed in tran dollars. For salaries of dolari.. chi.f justice of the District | at the President's house one thousand

Office Court House. scribing filed notes of surveys, for the purpose I hundred dollars.!
apposite COMMISSION MERCHANT, Contingent crpenses of said department : of Columbia, the le judges and two

October 28._l8S4._ __ __ly ____ __ OJlem0 of preserving them at the seat of government, For blank books! binding, and stationery, fuel the judges of tins CI imil court and the orphans' For compensation of the doorkeeper at the

Hanckel & Nowell No. 38 PoydrnsSt.New forty one thousand dollars. for tho General Post Office bu Iciing includingthe court, fifteen thousand seven hundred President house, six hundred dollars. .
For of tho recorder of !land titles inMissouri .
salary the
I For compensation of assistant doorkeeper
FACTORS Refers to GOT. James F. Broomc, Tallahassee.t Auditor's Office( oil, gas and candles and fifty dollar f
thousand dollars.
{five
George K. Walker Rq., t punting, day watchman, and for miscellaneous Oilice of the .Attorney General.! -Fr salsries -' at. .the President's house, six hundred

-A M> Gen. \Vm. Bailey Jtiltrsooctfunty. War Department.-For compensition: of items, eleven thousand dollars. of the Attorney 1 General, and the clerks dolla! '

General Commission Merchants, T. J. LiuUo, .., the Secretary of War, and the clerks, mesfenger For repairs of the General Post Office and in
J. G Putnam Esq. Madison and laborer in his office, twenty two messenger employed for the better protection of the
CHARLESTON, SC Daniel Dell, Eq.. Hamilton M building, (for office furiture, lailg. painting handre dollars.
o. r. JIAXCKEL. E.f.. NOWEtt.rI Augustus Steele Esq., Levy thousand dollar whitewashing, and for keeping the tire places contingent expenses of the oflice of buildings' lying south of the Capitol ac and
clerks
of the
J. J. Snelliug, Esq., Hadsdcn For compensation messenger and furnaces iu order, four thousand dollars. the Attorney General, two thousand: five bun. as public tables and carpenter's shop,

UEY will Bell every dewriptiou of Prlfvl ort 11 RemiD ton, Esq.. ThotHasville Geo. in the office of the adjutant general, To meet the exposes incident to the Com dred dollars. six hundred dollars.

Merchindtzf, and will snake advances on all Oct. 24. 1S57. 3.__ --- -- I thirteen thousand six hundred and forty dol! pletion of a large portion of the General post For purchase of law and necessary .bocks, For compensation of two draw keepers at

coD-inm'nt5. lars.For office extension, viz : end I binding, for the office of the the Potomac bridge and for fuel, oil. and _
A ill I, 1858. !15-lf! _. _____ clerks and Attorney
pi compensation of toe messenger hundred
five housand fire and
For furnishing partially eighty one rO.IS, one thousand dollars. lamps, ( eighty;
AMBROTYPESAND I WATCH MAKER I I.A.n.c1. in the office of the quartermaster hundred and general incidental expenses ill other portions of tenera: purchase deficient State: reports four dolhrs'and! forty cent '

MELAINOTYPES, I sixteen thousand four forty the new building, gl, candles, day and st'tute for tbe office of the Attorney For compensation of tsvo.dra1oepers.aL

BAILEY.. S j Jc'VVo1or" dollars. watchman; miscellaneous items, and ten 1-i- General, one thousand dollars. tbe two bridges across the eastern ..branch.of

T.IKKX Varnard't Drug Store. respectfully inform the ciJzens of Tal- I For compensation of the clerks and mes borers at six hundred dollars each, twenty For fuel and labor for the office of the Attorney tho Potomac, and for fuel. oil and I lamps,

Rooms nrcr m : 4 l I WOULD I ', tnd the publie generally that he h senger in the office of tb" paymaster general., eight thousand dollars. SPrinting General, one thousand dollars. one thocsaqdonehHnJred'andeJgbty doUarv 4

'"PIIE Rooms have been thoroughly fur the refilled and taken the old stand of J. C. Han & Co. here he .1 twelve thousand four hundred and forty dollar for Executive Departments.-For For furniture and bokcut for tbe office For compensation of the' auxiliary guanJ _
ccndition
designed.JL are now The in Public excellent are invited to call. purpose reared to repair} *. S paper rfnd printing for the executive depart of the Attorney Geeral!, one thousand dollars and (l1el.and). oil for lamps nineteen. thou
H'o/cAw, Clocks, and Jewelry, For compensation of tbe clerks, messenger sand four hundred dollars.
44 I andbindin' :
Oct. 31,1857 ment4 tbe printing, .
including paper
and at the most reasomabH and laborer in the office of the _.commimry.general.
in a workman like manner, t For fi rotee I tithe President's house,
of the anuual statement of commerce For assistance and other e-per .
legal
that fail to dollar necessary "
White Lead.T I rate Persons having good Watches ten thousand and forty
S run well from having been hcuUy.reraireJ, can rel/ I. For eisation of the clerks and messenger and navigation of the United States, and the exteiditures in tho disposal of private land six hundred dollars. .t--. ".

1>UHE Extra and No. 1. ground sale in Pure LInwed I upon Laving them put right at bu liop. in comj the :office of the surgeon ,general', paper and printing of the annual estimates of claims ia California twelve thousand dollar's. Sec. 2.And: be it further ae e H '
aDd far
Oil. just received ..) II"IE5.t U'\1.LY. fJr11 work. warranted if well usc.Jan.16,1835. .lf !S five thousand two hundred and forty do'lar aprropriatoi1 fifty five thfoosind dollars.: For services of special nominee! and other hereafter Uje e Uowte fb. the tariom',. ,ctt,

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thr.-dtrMitnu'Qts 1 skill i : .-.-- ----.' _. 1_. __ __ .. : __ ____ u_.. ._ .. .- -- ----_-__-_--. __________,,_.___ .'L .- .
dt.igflatu t -
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nut miljr I ni ma l eabon I ---- - -- -- -:--:--:' --:! -
Ainoobt tvKjnirwi to he A Forlbcotalii Work. Tie AoritiAnd tJ l c Ji utlj. S : .jr.T
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for .
propiiitfeii the One .
T'JlU ti-tie 1 '
early autumn lisa BY i7.
Tte
l>iit fisfnl Lot nl optced It dutiful and JI t'iVLs 1,5 pleasure to announce to the Ii.>3toii 1'iK, a I'ttor[ i-.1.--: Len.anti; I t..1P I"
jenr *<> (ho amount nt tho bright giving litre pnlhicthat '> ir- Cvii.- r G.s.i'; c....',.: !
promiw "
freedom
oatstftnJing "ppr<7prfnlion, if there he and lu.ruhoutll ofripnitg Mr. I). Robinson, one of the be t raathe- from x-tional t-t.sa, wLa disc'Wring tile / rartieu!: r< clan afiWthat; ,o- .
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nnr 1".1
wbieh ill to maturity the rich luxuriance of the matieian in this bas for relation of the North nn.} South stand in THE je!ter probalnv! lIe required to b,. used fUldi and Ii j country prepared publi- out very r art v .f r. ,:tj,
fjr rAcfc affording u bountiful production of nil j rcraarkaM.rt'if! thuj eonl-ide NEW Yvcx cit tie a Jr., train due tt'Uir--: .
after
r africnlar item of ndilure. catiou tin years of intense mental' labor, a a very l Ijng an.J S r
c'xl that i is essential to the maintenance: I of i I M./nd one .r tlum Isd M n.u!"..
-of our interestinarticle: I pa merger's Ionu.t
Approved June people. work tvl M the fIf : .
2> 1S59. < Langnagc numeric character, ht.r. al.rl with hm.:
Bow much there i is iJ the steady and silent I of and l ti j t./- We l.a\e lEna treated of a difficult and i* that of P ) \t I. I..I'n a
progress signs symbol (Arithmetic., or Elements delicate mess-rum d.u.t in r'r.vtf./I\i, .;
-- : of the seasons to tntnd ns of the subject rod we arrive at these general l vonclut-ion hfiinvillo \Li1e itsurdluit a It.
goodness of
I :j''fI tin-
of
Matheroaric1tpplied f? Intellectual Edu I r.tf"llr
I The free !l' s
God and the white* at th<' Sotiih indi
ii Sinthian&ourna1. deotiny of man I How much to teach cation." arc iJualiy more : wIiJ eve-ste-i I y 11511. 1.t1liT..r.1.l1t .L.n
i wealthy than their l""thren at the MORE OF .
ps that He who watdHnswer .Vorth. though : rise-Ire-I Cl allies where it '. ,
the gra. of the fieM It it a system ba-d natural arid rational the wealth U undoubtidly in (eweshatid. "" Kp 11 jt
uport o- i is not | NEW Yotk. ,- it "fI
And the i instantly *urrr>ur'!f.1
---.- ...-. '. ,' ..-. -.- I ripening cropwill much more watch over I principle The demonstration are eocntially ana |: generally diffused ns at the North. But *much I i I I t '' ; fir ll-re or (our I.nrJri 1-y J*.ten. t.
man, and in wiuni] I of the wealth of the South passengers I I -1}< r.J
TALI. AHASSKH : and goodness direct all the lytie.il and intelK-ctinl each step carrying within ,S j them being in liiiuH litany of Austria rvi.'r>Uy lal," riijr tn.Jer: er,*t .*. :.t.iat-t
ship
chances and changes of worthiest, and in negrotM, the people have f tnjst..
our being. How wondrr- I rtpre-ertirg iinsehftu le tLc ,
(
itstlf its It is l.'M -I.ritf'
SATURDAY, OCTOIIUR, 1858. I till it U. through all the drought and explication. an improved method I| money I ices vkppearunee of t"rifr.lnd l lee luJrt.1Iu : : find it c : 'J:i .. Tttrr ? the? ear wLere tie !
[ : grntl.man
-. ---- -- ,-, ---- --- ---. -------- all the storms and d.lug.amid j fur analyzing and comparing email numbers and > crthfrnirs. They do not live es ft t. of Slope or I stnant wit, tVlJowed! Hr a crowd ..f i.J-r.
TALLAHASSEE-- -- frost, and notwithstanding: all '[ quantities with elose attention of iiiind, to discover ncd lOre more content like Northern fanners, to j j I tof the !latt.r in !ivida.iLi asked !},. I ,, t
MARKE. the innumerable have the :
OOTOBU 8ia,16t-de.' ( perils *hu-h eurroui.d the growth i and establish certain KM coirforts of life, and are not heaping upon DE.\ cut. 1L1r.plied! (Lat lie
( week rat them.
o colUb f 525 t al< respecting It them 'It-bl.lllnt. sit
with a dolt market In i. I and maturity t-f -d\"t's luxuries: upjm !luxuries, Ii!i:.- barge mm- : Lit, iniittiIn the
the j j
of vegetation, seed-time ai.tine
eoiueqaenm 1 much ffcring. We and early induct the faculty finitTO.edKm to active i j ber> in this ,>rtion of the WASHINGTON. j ; tlite iv-
p t'Nlntr I
4 oU prtoe. & eenli fur cub,bat when harvest never fail that I 1 : ) "'Ion nl. b rhr LiD ocf." & ., sed
1 trade ; '
though there
tJ 1exertion.
or set seem to le It reoJer the rudiments Arith- The eulth of the Southej States !inn increased I Auditor of i wei ri
very I > freely
I 1
made Se) V n the
ltotQa nt .adraace o J O >cent I times when t'egttation is iu danger of being burned mrtic rapidly withi-i a few of the, Ia-t i city to-day. j y n.gi-je. tnt-u'-!
nore our b obtined i, a mean of exercising and cultitating the years a* they have I ia. Theboy l was taken Iota. ari'r. '
I .p with fervid heat destroyed rained !large eropa of cotton te.. for which I I '! a!
or by the violent they J toVlint to hi
HEIR & COLES, Cvtto ro.ris. reasoning faculties. Thus the mind Is iitU;orHted, live received ; I.t..r.J L'>rr. a \,. .
wind, or when the bow of fl great price ; nnd as they control i j : crowd. TLe train tl.eri
started
prorai-e its iu A..t
delays oa- capabilities' lire enlarged and the is I the cottonr-ai-kct of 'he I .a
be. I ing and vthtrs pnpil pre-| world there 5 i. rt'n-on to |j CHIRLESTOV wLi-ae1 name i i. W. R. Mirutss.t
b J. GARPNEH.-Thi* when iiisects, the ion ret of all aui for further bilierc that their |i } r- -.
It)1 gentleman as will pired advancement, not in imiil.c wealth will increase ia .
I mated only | yrarsto j Lnui*. enne on to this and :i- ., .
sixty-four city
; be seen from our advertising column, h.rs located i nature, seize upon the produce of the earth matical studies, but \n other departments of learning |j t< insAmid then the outh has au immense amount i j 1 ;: at the Rcssell Hou>e.Ditroit :

. : himself "Lloyd" on the PcnfacoU and Georgia j I' and threaten dirifttr to the human race, there i ialnnys iott t and knowledge ;I d ili-u-ouii undeveloped wealth in the mities nf Virginia and i,: ending :.' ;f 4thet1mei'SF: ,-
i and
Railroad. Ue graduated (after purmiug u course fl' a blet-'iiig in r.tto crown the labors of ,' This work has teen critically and tlroronglily re- | in commercial ether advantage State ;thiorgh in numerous the w atcr falls ,.' NEW You, i -_- v -
j the great river- tG O ABtrcrios '. The
in husbandman. abducted
the j ,,
University of Louisiana) at the .\tllnt : viewed l I'J a di>tingui .hed mathematician of this I j and etna'ler <- (' ; through the g'llf und the ocean Marshal for : I was taken before tli .

Medical College with distinguished Many complain often of the 'ehtlu'r-of the who I in vast! regions of land that be restored to fer police magistrate r
promise of too city, pronounce it one of rare merit and entitled may comber his I I yesterday, and questioned by him. M
future usefulness in the profession. II great heat the excegbire moisture, the I j to the favorable consideration I tility, and in iniHicnar tracts of virgin ceil that riUK.li indignation at the
mlJiu. untimely of all who j Lave tht:, far remained unliited Laving been I eocr l.tltn.
cold the : eo tItit. if she win | \ and il
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violent blows <* anrfed
-ii> that
the he shouM
of take I I.
insects
ravages and an interest in this
I important branch cTeduca- compelled to become an trade in the I
: Qf See the j independent republic I to
advrrti ement of the we j return to lie roaster. The .
at Ilillsboiough a }Military Academy disappointment of reaping a small crop where I Irrufu..ion tion.il knowledge. j j'" know of no "-'Iultll'ortion of the woiId that would >I ing nine I>o you want to liac'c in.irtr;
N. i South
C. '
Schools i go <
of this character had been looked for. But should The author be able to become more really independent of the these .r "
; they j will endeavor to secure its pnblica- 'i Haid.e WitS rtnlllDlt"p to the ,
.. seem to L looked upon with great favor. The see in all thtre 11'"hei teNlOns.f wisdom I bya tion rest ofn. lll..iuJ. Hut we would not, fur a moment, i i l I..y replied that he didn'i n<
taught a* early an poible. j Long I l'lIId. want ro
think i "
: education they give to students is of a thorough benevolent Providence. j of any such result since we hate before. j I dirty ni erLe f
very There is neither redun I ;" ; wanted to j-u home
( -Q -- pro tJ that the Noith m.idr for Macomber
was the South :
. ', ing, Ac.description especially in surveying engineer I daney nor paucity in this gift oT Heaven. Just "The country is rising against the wirepulling I j i the South for the North, and.! .that the Onion and of where the .. I dijferePt. reminded; et 'l-l to l I-c their got custody from him, and h
whuh
_ j what is ccrded for man et the time and in the )I fiW-Lunting. town actocrats. and are determined I I those States should l I.e one anti iuJivi-U; le TIle -to Li* l.'inj: pirited out I' is'

Florida-- place he needs it, is givm in reward of his efforts i; to fleet men of their own choice fur once in their | "There iiiiie been changes r-ftnnce to the reo !t The magitrate who has leen( town an

I.Uroad. i aud no more. A hundred I j lives if they never do again. The fiat has pone j i lations of the section* of this country ; fur whin tana with outrage ha* been guilty "f
Track-laying animals like represented to ..
I Otb. road has been suspended for the horse, j i forth The town politicians hate had th the Constitution avis (formed the firm, and Mol.i i n< as
'ir > ulati l of the citn..n of
own n [
j
in I j jx ]' a man, aud thuactof his
aol
some time, but we learn from strength usefulness might Lave been I North and fuJix
the and South
Fernandina At** crc- j way long enough now the peopl<-the IndeJ were alout equal ; so were their continued to that r.-Iare--eiitsetktt. HP
I it will be i | ated but one only was needed for I pendent People of Leon J t commerce and minufucture i j mtssttifenrIy (tars
and Th
tat immediately re-comtuenccd and pro man, consej i n.untJ-will act an fr't- reAiilt. in general .Advice (ruin popirirtion! there and for that

5eute without further delay until the entire road j! qncntly, only one was made. A tho I.\nJ varieties: I! men, and inntead of being dictated to by th":r creaI I of tin-re chaiiqcs wu 4. that the North out- j! I .-.* \.t; duty as humauity and j:1 r..IIOD tj .
{ lure in and about the the !outh ments applied (
I stripped ,
in !
I to Cedar 1 of corn Std cotton might Lave been leetowcd Cflpitol t-ey intend to dic- I pouiutTon[ and in the aggregate i .
I lid I\cys only such but j' tate to them and the 1st Monday In October will I amount of her weulth, a* wrll at all internal Ollt re ultll aei : I telrgiftm.. from CIJath'DJ. liCe teen

r as were essential were nreriarod. The fchow: Sushi where the sand romea finm. Tie improvements! Hat now the Sot.th I i- waked unto 'II The tales of ( 1 tub oAce. stating that the boy r.:

Election Returns' earth might have been made/ to produce it* fruit 1 Fioridmn makes a mighty fti?* al tnt the acep: I ileteixl tier own interest. Mie U UHlir<--liU}, bUlMiiig with firm i j-vlic magistrate taken cannot infontiu Jt

Owing to the necessity of going to press at au spontaneously i or they might Lave been yielded to tanee of the Democratic part of the tuket. No i railroads find) telegraphic line, and is carrying I : i, t some of the principal rioor"lnd an thr

early hour on yesterday order to connect with the hands in greater profusion. But the doult lie would give his jKililicul head if they ;| e>n a general >y.ti ui ""internal iiuprott-menU. fc>he J i stock i iot limited. i been itt clown for to-.I,". In the mean
p the Eastern oi.ly nand would refuse to serve if elected. I is ironed to her own commercial of 9K( >U bbli ,
mail Bnt he
which leaves Walk r'. Mill this j the : - I I pacify quantity which! was actually : reference to the rcN liiti' nof the ii improving her ; .
morning, we arc uaablc to furnish requi- ; > > rominatinsrmeet- j-j-lemof education nod i ill cnI i3OtO bu uli.. ; :| Pri.vir.ce fvr li1 action 1'1 hse (ir"
our readers with i site was given. !j lug, it will lie 'een that they wiil be voted for I deavoring to keep her capital ai home to reward I j jeale4 Railway Company 1

more than wlage return of the election held in Es ii will 'teverclo us harm if we Live CiitL : vl.ilhir they formal!) accept or fls>,* and that I j the industry (If her own eon*. It i i. evident that of 5ilXX; > i | ft.r the toy but "they are,seem we suppise to t be either, rr
this State in I! they will iVeleetfd there I the title hits turned and that the I advanced i e. i 1
Monday last. The returns published the wisdon of Heaven. The i* nrt the shadow C'f a Southern Stated ad, or unwilling a* up to the
I below, however are sufficient to indicate I blcs-sin; will always :i dotbt. Ye". sir. the writer of this articl" las I rrn i are to glow mere ripidly berth in pulation aud I Lave tnkcn no measures to ci present
the a in
-t his
if
; of Judge Hawkins reelection come we wait patiently for it. Out of nil will I (rim one end of the! count to the oilier mid eon- i' in wealth and also that thev are to be great II QL'EBEC. Oct. If tleydetin the through travel from

I to Congress by a handsome grow the germs of good. The earth we.uld Le I verged with: ihM'hcent' men from all part within i change there elurin:; the coming half century, a* has arrived : 1"t of *:iy value to them they will l I.

majority. The people have thus rebuked the taxed beyond its capacity, and gradually I, the laft fortnight and lie can MY trr.ly) that he has !I wt"I.* in the North ; nnd rUI) v. <* not hop* that j f thArsria. i: '* to UM* their endeavor to secure tli.
tradueers of that and grow not seen one single prominent' lK.-rmur.it ; all the mutations there and here will : r
gentleman given his { (otiteishof the ts.y-Iefre.it
to proruwte f'rtt .
con utterly sterile did Press.
not 3''
drought and : | Hna cine brpt.
duct .their Representative the seal of their insect gale and tho;e who assi-ted in tho nomination 1'1It.e 20th !, lib'rtnntl tnion, now ai.d forever, one and in ": ,_. tm .

bation. appro I equalize the products of an aggregation of May. at tae: Court IIou"(.) who is net opposed to i separable 1"' < : : ntr.1

r, years. This sort of reasoning the ticket and the \:1in which! it was forced _1_- ;i LATHI: : Alnt'rleauOaln..
The returns are not sufficient I may uppea.lara- forced : : U.; S. Minister, La I reached l.'tJ*t.,
the
C as .t to determine doxical but observation and reflection fittest its je -ujxjii people; ami 1 tht'im'DI'iftt.IJ I Garbling the Scripture ; letter
the political complexion of the but I truth. cay that they will support the People's ind.- Horace Greiley a l lecture the sit'? pntate ny he had made a demand
Lgislature. We Wien the earth i ill in danger of 1t.I I on of covet- : : ,' for a full
exhausting dent Ticket \\11t't1.r .\ indemnify for tle-
th/TartViJi
have doubt I and the Talla
no of a Democratic majority in both itself too much or men arc hassee I inguha.eays: I j I ; | \Ib. 'IUI kitizen.u-> during thai)
likely to have
wire-pullers are willing itoh'
more or
Houses 'I than I "If any <.f our renders ; j At th> l.ite-t advices Le had received
they need or else forget the and are infected with! the, i f no
WAKLLLA.-TLis j unmindful power become Such waillie b"} tsvasichle! of a writer in the I Cuba fever, or are in dan; -r efeat-hi.s* if, we will i 111\ response.

county has given llafrkias aaajority concerning the great Giver of all j Penttnel i>t the "ht nIL, signing himself A Voter I thank them to take down their Bibles and read : .- Star states thnt a band of forty
t of 78. We are indebted to a friend for things, then only do etorm and :I from ; I twit rirauZnl! fn Co
a other di'arters 'I of Leon county." The mut! e-f the election slow I thoughtfully Exod-i: X11.. that conimandj i j NEW YOEK : tn Rica.anal coin

statement o the vote by precincts A follow: j j I threaten to lay their desolating )hands upon the I Ij I Low much be knew alout i ment \ I.;>h run thus: TIIUUSUILTSOT COVET thyiscightIur' Laarri\edct ( robberie Tliey finally attacked the
pul.licnitin.tr.t I Ito of'the
Pre
Havkint. Wettcott. j land. But evtn then who can fail to wonder and i I i! I..n. TIe truth i it, A Voter of Jon in old" thy ntiyftb<',houe',." nor I.iltIX., H9f anylhiny l/tat .,S I the 2"tb : i j the Ct-mmander-in-chlef- ident, but were, until caught they ran and
Newport I county
6 fed a glow of gratitude at the silent but interposition wa know j jfOrr | telligence than guilt. A relative of the
] sure a nct'iixy more *er. cs than chirp ,f the I j Pmilent i*
one. cctempor.iry e Peterbtrr
I'
Marks
St 28BenbaJeD. 'I 'Uch I arrest in mill career the woik ; Etj t j The i (>een a meml er of the band, and the
of Thongli jToUtsarg to I.e"fry familiar with thesitus 1'tf. take: him of the white hat news by :j
: U destruction? How tin fur Li* ignorar.ce i I f th m were relative of m-.mevf the
8 I most
the
suddenly
march of drought: of "inttlliprnt can from all cf the E1U and | market firm I I ..miKf
PaotuxeCSopchoppr blow p oJIrt" cf the says that there must Lave j the eonntry ?Soiie of them
15 21 i I or ing of the howling wind. are afien al re te.J I lie 5d. : 1! 116The! -t1t' I Ii f .- ts tsiillahee
II county c uly i.r.ewluthittlecloct I the Htling be-u poor Snnday Sehool where lie was hO\ gIlt ( ) -. anti other to Chili
13 9Capt t just at the moment when a little l I !, bale dor the Litest
intelligence
longer continua of the i it
in the i Let : includd
i.seile immediate i ii up. us, th*
Ocklockonee I 1."iltLoJ..Jof says Efprtni, enlighten his benighted
| would involve total ( j l ; ; ittint.Istte'l '> the-'
: I-t in
destruction. I > t.-int.
NotLii.g; the Pisil( the idtctical mind Console had j :
Loot -rv. place where tile :i I by i fi'rmillg' him how this divine Pre-ideiit.
Creek 4 j would be easier than for the I H j! liiiioJ, feem* to give
!I lar or boll-worm which red-lug and caterpil I great ic "renJ..ct" ball wa set in motion. !;I law does! run, ((E(odu* xv, 17,) placing in italics t STILL i to tie!, ]>,opl. great

132 M i destroy site hill one patch I There three \if the lUmocratie coui.ty ticit-t rr j some of tie rfr.arkaiileomi9s5'jn'. fivni it. ICvltoii I Ui'ttMetio.; i04te-ra) Is attcn

II. II. Walker elected I. or one field of cotton, to be so multiplied in a day j etived S votes each, -ne rttei"t.d 9: while A II!I[ "Thou shut not covet thy neighbors: boast ttoti j \ I 10 s o* stOre rown atort* >imte
to the .
Senate I I .
,
i and as to | iat
destroy utterly throughout the elicit S ; < r..iiy iLiseh by th Manches-
T. J. M. Richardson to the world in an Voter of Leon could orly mutter 9 cv-lalorer f>r not eovet thy ntigliinra wife, nor hit tn.irti i i -I lit- -3Iaiet.r

but louI.oth Dt-mo- Lour every field, aud cause famine to ttalk over three of his can JiJate end 11 for the tenant. nor iiittiJ-ftrran!. nor hit or, nof l-i, ass,, : t.'ts.n Assnyiatirni are
voted other. ? utilguab
craU for by a majority of all parties I I the land withan unmitigatedexterminatingcouire.: I -- I ctr anything that H thy neigl.tor'ft.! '; ron'itltnille quantity of seed
-
-- Central
-- Ameriea.
without
regard to their polities. H"ra'f QCEEEC, Oct. 5 SI
i Though we of Florida have suffered; come frotii recent Fires In Ca
LEON.-Old Leon continues true as etrel ood aTid the I Isis ( ,. has arrived wit i fiei that the choleru is fast
I to storm lerbon of the fcA03 learn from the Quincy Jifp"Uit that tlie j disappearing

I the the House Democracy. The entire Democratic ticket fur i i I! should not be loit upon] U". As an aged and good :' house of Cob R. F. Wl tn'r. with JO.(fI) Il._.gin-f>f r 'IIt.nf ; \'l Lie: the' .-irfi La-1 it* Laud ia, it might al'o i tcmber. 1 j i ct-ti >ii* we ff the learn country.that the Railroad
is
elected and Hawkins Las a majority man once remarked in our hearin It |i Lave reminded Grefley of that other i project
teaLs etaple cotton and the tobacco ccmaianJj j th
; : : ns crop of the > re ns entirely al.nndonej and
of 259 I Had there been a full vote of the that faith in I ruent, which! says: Thou tbalf not steal. I Lirtrpool { i a
our Creator's i
temiw lout rafye
liis county :t government of the moral |I I.rnicu.ar.3" burned l>3* fire in tint tourty ; days, S'> on t ii floO.wO to con-

majority would have gone over 300. We append i may be comuienjurate with his cjstrol of the i i a few dayi EiftC A eboit time previous to tM Illl"tstr. | .1l r"-L'ia Sentinel. j /00 -r-i.td acms the country.Ifonor .

.
the -_ _- ters ti'ok 3OuO !
result I -
by preiincl'. emitting the vote fer i: natural wvrld. I I I4 II II the to!.cco tarn of Gen. Kilcreaae: with a How to-Keep I'o.sled-Up-- tilh.'r i
Legislature thtre was no serious pri5tipilly on i' Sri of Lltcrmrj Ladles.
I opposition to j II-r- -- luge GU6rtit of totsicess.. rae likewi eorscume.lBitt If you want a reliable end 5n'erp.tSnj 111"land I

the regular Democratic cln.1date: I I Ilauli" I effort In the previous i8"jc of the News there was an thc.-e: fir" were the work cf inp.i"*:.i.-.---: I j eor>t.>... .il par--, "...J 6'r the) Acgu-ta Evening London Homy Yeses sa'esA dinner is pro
} I I made to implicate Gov IVrrr 5,i. .i.:. ,._ j uclieve that c.isierand i Abun I gIven in NOW Yorlt to Mr Le Vert, of
II vrc OK.. has eiifftrid i-p.itch. Tera fur I
in
U-I j uie which' the aily
movement
it is tim4I .
t
tfhtVeel1y I'O
I says rlll up to overI I' () @ 97 } Mrs Anna Cora Ritchie of
TalalallC 21 45 : (throw the Intersil : way in former *. The ; annum. Richmond
'CenttrnilIe Itrprovcment system of the I year reputation of Ga 73 H i htate. Gov. lVryosition i is well : is r ticket* are to be Lain-sd. one hundred
( te'> known to j ji likely to be tarrishcd! : lya repetition of flujI IHTIO'l.\L
fuff't"r : I I P"t'I'I'Ittll..
in
Miecoenkie 48 4 I I! reputation L3- any such itnjut iOllt'n.1"f5 | calamitous misdeed'. I ___ tid the remainder for gentlemen. th.
--
It : fJrrEtc. Oet.
was dinl"t in I.s! : 5.
Lake Inaugursi ...Mr. 1
Jackson Ilil'h is dollar
8 8 a IUd yrvm tlif "ottoIP.ta' ant Soil. ten and the proceeds
t the approlation of the pubJit' and his ofjidal act I people of the county are nuking every cent i t dere.1 n new are

lonands, I I iI i i since show that bit purrOe has been to fee to it, !i mecdable effort to ferret out and bung to ri'mCirur.t CoTTPf I.Juatntion Work for October ,and all .the large t a ths Mount Vernon Fund. This
", S I that the laws i i P.cKTsc.-TI.i! i -till the i in American
Uogn. 1 regulating the M stem shall be faithfully | the IncenJiwries Two prer-inij 1 nsi- manifestations of horn
negroes ?n of the i cee-1 ,'
pected vfj n! p'atit.-ttion: for this tinr.iedidtely
executed. >
I We :ir.th. ai.d,
NaturAI Bridge, believe that Gov. has i very i Puhdiedinners ta' ladle
Perry burned *
Road 1 I rtunied our railroad and : j having Col.hitc.r'& pi-opirty have en moilKIit &!><>lild be devoted tiit that can 1 I"1 spared !i' The latent iut naturally
"Hf'm. r.nderetand ;
'CI it arrested and | from other tas those !plea-wire* of excitement
t Fort Draden 1 'I thorn 'ighlr. and thtt so f.lr.Ji< official nets inlii i; are in jdl, awaiting an invesligitkn.i iirgert woik. that mu-t nt'l'(!arily re faint Mgnalii are
8 cafe an inflexible I ceive the panf! "r? attention 1'iok theGoth.inntes"
parpo to maintain the f -- rj now with elli from Xt'\\m .
Jactt.on'sBluff, I 11Cslhoun'.Shop. tho whole! sjFtem-in all its integrity. jFtcm j i THE COTTON l'Kor.-The i yot.r available fore, while the steitlteiis dry nr.dWftrw i I Ii -
We Deroojxjis Ala.) Ca as tre long the short i and more ci-tnnt nor at
2 I de ire not. however to refer to the nnf.ntunate i! ( days <>f winter with St. .lnsollMe.
zetll, J( the 2till inot., *. that cotton the, t'.nil.! wind': will be .
controversy l between the Florid Road and iy in thin tp''i you, when cotton not be i-tmati'd 'I we pubjUhdeaierd.iy from the

I His Excellency and remark that there ore no vicinity Lag opened earlier titan ever known. It I is I! fuckin-j; bevomes a todiou enj d'isiigrrrubie buii i *, at TueKlny. LM* been the tuemne

382 123 juqi e.', no jealousy Lo. j.re- j' now al! ; nesa. : ); tn.th th ,
no tility here to that eon,. very nearly opened, N> fIr as we can learn.t | co'e-erisii'g toy at M. Au
The vote for the Democratic! candidates fur the pany. All are anxious to we it move forward to i j lbs I.lanlerl1 are far in advance of corn ANI>J"EA'.-Tie honrg of tluje crop i inn ; | claiming to Lave been kidnapped
what they ore > flirt of the ur..>nt work SAVAXa, (let, t W
llonoe For John i completion and admire the i ulJu.Iel to al.onnJ 5 are enabled to give sufficient
: Galbraith, 357 for T. W. ,11t'rgy111 1 ability this I i ;
Brcrard usually at date in
; should
1
I whK-li. gathering. \V"e think now beal'.enrkdto
has .
from iit Cliarhetei
Jr. proided over its affairs. But we feel I j as to"n poib'e' os day, nrd two Ly to sanre anj reasons
430; for Joseph B. Chri-tie, 364-, and for j contained to repel a charge to unjust which j i the rex>rt, that we have received that tie crop. J I D1Iebfr..te n'.uli! from i sil-.w-itss' them! to riui.iin' tht'rtHre ( hi* i ?eiitit3-.
fl.rtJ.
R. C. William*, 387. Dr. u\tl received, &an I places all those who are not identified with the: will be rather better than was antic'pated a start longer in the! Sell. It u quite en 'ljeet in this | S 1 born "fa slave mother formerly the

independent candidate 156 votes. | Democratic, party in the, category of rrpudiatcrs,. I time; @in'l"" 'ountr"-L. hLrlt we lutan the cotton -tatt'-to : T. W. ial.i.: .. Eq. of tlii-eeity, at (last

It is due some of the j I and in an attitude of hostility to the railroad ._ i j put 0I'; corn in suc-h n way as to fro'ect! it fir-m the attorn< y at law, but now retired.
?
quite a number t of Whigs and opposition American to say that I i Stnlitiel Oct. 6. j j; From the present indication, tie crop through I j l.v ravngi-s. uf il h<> wte*. il. 'il.i-, 'LowtVir, can never |f.I I SAVINS.UI, Oct. I f J wan the iu.>t'lier of three children, o.'

voted for: } Wt i the cotton region will be out of the Held taD tin I aecotiplisied:[ ? with any rftp-ee tf certainty, nn- j ted Tliorna M. S y moos. He was called 'B.ully? sad

Judge Hawkins and one or more of the Democratic I hart mislaid the .Vr* containing the article ; usually early period. TIle staple i i.* ral.itJy"ptn.ling | Iii our houM I' :11:1(" pot ;.11 tl... >.->-i;( ,.f fcnMoJicting .' lion Li ve : t about fifteen jear* of ae. Mr. Ma-
House to corn hut
which (
the t will
candidate Sentinel firn of be mother to Mrs.
I alludes and cannot there I rr.jt.ct thtir corn from i Tuohey, now
J fore, be positive whether our neighbor is everywhere' and. as a general thing, it will be | rat?. *,Ys l ;, v"-r of care and attention m'l) I.e neccs >n street, and the children to Mr. J.
OADDE.A geutlcm from this reports correct or j Loused without from I for the cOII triK-liou CRYsTAL }).\ the of the
county not in ascribing to that I any injury rain. In this way ary eta barn t>r bin, for the proprietor Palmetto Coffee
Hawkins
] official majority to be 168 Cor. paper an effort to implicate the cotton ill be of fine color, aud being so dry ;| !(protection of your wheat, !not le-s, surely] should i NEW Y(RK. Oct. 'ian.l I Bay. Mr. Rieardo parted will.

Liberty tote with Gadaden for House member Internal Perry" in a movement hostile to "the I the bales will be lighter than usual : be devoted to thv- construction of Jour corn hor. ?, i, all its content one of the other children to Mr Ber

Davidson, independent Improvement system of the State" We I | fortheprott-etionofeur corn-to the planters I "Bully" to Mr. Yaux, then a Ger
elected S j f tI.iei) aftirnrmn
official certainly but the i think however, that the Sentinel has -- mtTl'' n1 r TIIunLl 'rnin- I _,. .t ii, ., .-,,...e.e Sat O, ..,.
rote of both mistaken
its
counties W4 necessary to determine 1 spirit. Be that a* it I I CKOM is MISSISSIPPI.-The Oxford Mississippi i I Pick :your peas und put them up in a close house, f next ecMine tiie property ol Jir.
}
the other tw o.Gadsdea 'I may any effort to implicate in the hull nnd \1\0 who
;
I Gov. Perr I|I Mercury Notwithstanding the untoward dry, and the weevil will do Uiun after several ineffectual at

las done handsomely for Judge Haw I! in the manner referred to would be S j t circumstances attending the many i little or no injury. Pick and weigh them up care i WAoni:oior, Oet. i of Lira Lere, sold to him e Mr.

kin With the vote of Liberty added his simp-ly absurd and grossly unjust to him. He was C cotton crop in that fully a* you do jour cotton ; at planting time you j Paraguay of >*,M7annl Such I* the history
will majority I j I one of the original friends of the. region, such a* too much rain in the Spring too wilFgtta l.Ublit-1 for every 10 "ollndt. have Charleston.

probably go A high as 200.JEFFERSON. I mains still its advocate anti defender.system and re- j j much dry weather in the summer and the preva1 I' :Swrrr: I'vvsvoac-This crc-p should 1p hou ed ': of preparations f.Jiici.1l.dfict's eon:>idered idiotic by many and at

.-No returns from this j differ That Le S I hence of the boll-worm late in the towards the( clore of this IIWllt I. There is .n old the subject of a law-suit from such
connty except with scum there I
n,
may i
reports frorntwoprcci nets. some others in respect to dctailt is I J I will be a mce-h notion ire-Talent among. phinttr: of Indian origin, I mike serious re I The idiocy wa not, howev-
Monticclloand larger
-
keena. Hawkins WaI j highly probable lout that sue!, difference should be i crop sent forward from Lafayette | we supjxoe that frort should kill the vines first." Our government t
received a majority ot 219 at the C j construed into hostility is What || this season than Lasever gone forward (rom '{ It; is iimniitt'rial in what way joa put up your I | aa to his being born a slave and
compromising
prepoMcrous. i it po "
first and some 70 at the latter. Will I i that county. It As j t ttoi ; :(have giwrnnfee i such while
some friend at expected of (io\. Perry i It says: to how many bales the ko that thejwill keep j I The here. Hi" assumed
Monticello a rigid enforcement of the I i sound if the vin. expedition j "
be kind j s be killed by frct u evidently a ef Par-
will corruption
enough to send ns the official]I I Internal Imprortmtnt late. Hi excess amount to, it i is, of course, impossible to !' them. I'rost 1fareyiu iIis
enforcement hart) uomeut.I of his
vote? theelieve S St'c"the t tell at this time. tiflii.ieiitly to kill the tines will Iat Charleston ma Ur.t .-
that law has received and will eon I We are told that planters have i iI freeze the surface of the earth to a sufficient dej>th 2in< .

MADIS05.-Thi* County gives Hawkins a majority I tiDite to receive from MOl ; and, HI i I a great many more acres planted t, is year than I! Cit chili and I't'I'iou..I.injure iiinny of the root.. Do I ) -- -

of 3:. Taylor and Lafayette! vote with Mad- "Inuendoes" designed to question N.tl5t'llI't-ntlr.llny the integrity tf r j usual-one gentleman alone will make one bun !!1 not delay digging beyond tho 20th in this latitude. NEW YORK, Oct. n vita ATLANTIC C stc.-

isoa for Senator and Assemblymen. In Taylor. i i his action in the pr'nmes, or to reflect in j drcd bales more than Le usually docs. I I II ----- I j bales---market firm. employed in cutting up the cable in
.
any I> .' the
way oii Comet
Hawkins I| I .i' at Brooklyn navy yard,found
received a majority of 6 and j upon hits motives will llnclt) UloJ. Wheat 1
,
not
Lafiyctte only fail of the effect intended I THS ATLANTIC CABLE.-The latest The comet i ii now the great attraction. One-h*'( > tins. since, in the eottrndnicaliog
gives Westcott
a majority of 71-making his but will in intelligence Corn dull- \Jet $,( .
maS judgment, be certain to rej j from the cable the i of the world gaze and won-ler uig'itljr. Brilliant three-eighths of an inch long,

jority in the three counties only 2(5.( )McQueen I I coil injuriously npou the interests sought t,. be worse than says Washington Union, is ,' its it now is, it eeetns that it i* to attain the !I at 5.) cent, ti's w pasted in the solid gnt.a-
; democrat line been elected to the i : dlncouraging. Prof. Thompson, the yet i s that the disconnection must hv
Senate by a ma.Jority promoted by then, j maximum of its CIIULI'TOct.
of 5 rotes : ;I present itnperinteiideiit i is satisfied that water has plory. a* appears by the following tLe process i>t miuufactnre. anal
over Langfurd, K. N. We wish to ke continue : '
Pope end n'oid. as much note from
j as j Pr'Bond. the
possible cf 1.5
a newspaper i i reached the Cambridge very great probability
wire Observatory
conducting
Coffee, democrats and I I impairing the insulation j
Church i
K. N. discussion I ward.
elected to the of the Stiles l lasdun
causes of disagreement be- anJ thus t which i U p'lblHied i in the Boston Adverti-er to-day I may have occurred in
r House These three Counties Lave done tween the putting an end to the transmii ion of : NEW i the cable. What have
I Governor YOKE Oct. the
Industrious nobly. j aud any of the railroad com- intelligible *isrnal It is believed j To tht Editor ft/tc Daily A
efforts were put forth to show that I panics of the State. Such discussion in our chins 13the tlectri- j Comet will in a few days, appear to inerea-e r !, bale, with a firm regard to this fact, which is reliably
opin i that the j-l'I A! 1" Time
; Westcott would receive interruption exists not less than two 'I l ly in size and
two or three hundred ion could not possibly advance the brillianty. Jt"ill !loe nearest the !i MOBILC Oct. 5. -
majority" in Lie old homestead. | all wish to see carried cnterprizes hundred and twenty miles frum Valentia anti it is cai h on the Slh) of October; at which time its bril- |''hlll'iI. -

to completion and for this I ,surmised with great probability that several fractures : liar.i-y will be nearly three times ns great as <>a the i Middling 12 tcturns of the recent election i.A

HAMILTON. private letter received by the reason we most sincerely deprecate allu.-ions to the i! may hare occnrrt-d. So i ill the j i 22d.1.1" t-epterober, and its distance from us about I' bale, and receipts : aa Aifi/uhed by the North Carolina

Eastern mail, from Jasper says: Hawkins 2 votes i I matter by the press, especially in a spirit of fault. in England that the cable strong belief j j I fift) -two million* of iiiilct. I

t ahead of Westcott nnd two Democratic precincts to !I finding and ill-will Heretofore the Florid'ntn Las I Lave declined to a very low is figure a failure that shares J I I this According CUI"t't.OIl: to Mr.the Hull'23d instant computation the tail of i iI I Ntw Yuan Later (2 .. .... . ... .. .. ,. .M.211

hear from that will probably give him 50 majority i I; differences carefully abstained from mining itself up in these I It" upon further investigation these defect are I length of fifteen millions of mil.,&, extended Tie nucleus to will the J I 1 j'C lor, with dates Stpt.from j j I .. .. .. .... .. .. 89,9 5
Frink. ; I
Democrat elected not h'owever
to the Assembly from because its editors 1 be near the Kright star
by were really found to there Areturn, Oct. :5th, and
exist little j $JG c CJO in tHis
isv.ry gold
20 to 30 majority. Duncan, Know Nothing, elected indifferent spectators to what was transpiring but ', their hope of II i i near the Eorlh' orbit on the( 2
to the Senate by a probable majority of 50 because they hoped that time would removal for it will be utteily impo-*ile! to ]I[I i-ome confusion fe,ius to prevail In regard to }j morning. i ij of the State.96.177
rotes. !
compromise j lift the) wire from there I
I great depths for the of being two comet*, similar in 'j The Hate election j
difficulties purpoee now 1
apparent
Mr. Walker, in each of these Counties, received sod bring about such an undenlanding S! repairing it. It i ia true that the (lie might be visible to the naked t'p.lmt such appeniauce.is not thecce. I (AdminUtration) mlj. I out for OS Years.

a Urge rote for as would result f Donati's, which is in | Willuw! Erotic of New York.
register being supported generally advantageously to aU j raised near the chore where the U se -n the Northweet afier. sunset The Legislature is D, $
by all parties. parts of the State We still hope for such'a result ocean not \'PrY i* the same which Las been s-eii in the ortlt- I I ci uiun* to Le sold this month by

I I and in the meantime commend t/% mil lu__>A4liiAnf_. ._ _. I I i deep, bat ia places where the depth is something j I i east before snn-ri iu the nuoruinr. This i U owinij 'j San Fruition '- jlcln' ', oou'.ty for attempting to

President the Eastern n J like two or three tulles the strain upon it will fori S i to the consider: iurthis-t n declination of the I local officer anr.d. was Lineal out on sale

Buchanan i i. thus photographed by the pre&s not only a spirit of just forbearance I bid the attempt. Comet with a tight ac-en-ii nfieiing but little lature.. I \ t t of 6$ ..erto Mr. Strippling. of

t editor of tile Lancaster Erprito :-" The President on the subject of disagreements about details, j jErrtCTi I I ('t.m that ofthe un. I mention tU.. Ip..."_. .T 1'6__ I I fr4tC.ea.nfinrtVf" thefloesnil
II --- Tim from
readied )home very quietly. Arriving at Columbia, but the putting forth of every proper'effort to harmonize tr Cowre OK DIACAKE. Dr. I Lad several letters from different parts of a'Ma.the J news ay tf ic.* an Attorney r ied ob
he Mostly ob- country, making the ; TIle river w.s too tent.'r.t* Sf he Court, ft is said, to
met* friend io inquiry whether there
country there, with a plain and conflecting element In the way we serve hi"Treatie on Cof Fee, that the "great I are
ap Die of the article two comet now to be setn by thinaked !ing. Bun6M! was i Ud ,io. .-Unnuwiek Herald.
somewhat worse ror.thewear'Chidf', with whom prehend that the press t f Florid will in Trance is supposes to have abA- Encke'a eye.
accomplish Comet i i6 barely visible i ,
lie rode down in the ted the prevalence of of the gi-acci. In the French to the naked eye depreciated: ; and a
"',
to eat.lanJ-no 'ot'lIst1S substantial Tuttle'a Third
otoe more Comet .
the road of
to the
along good IS5S
peo colonies, where coffee Is more used than in the can now be seen only to California. I *t%- Mr. Permit DeroPMy wp-
eu'ccting j that It contained the President of the pie cf the State than byptiranioga contrary course, lish, a* ..t'll. in Turkey where it is the principal Logt t with the assistance of a tde t'ol't. Rich moil wealthy nun ID Macon, died

United the which could beverage .I \Y. .C, BOND. 15gjiogs had liaising aa estate of 40UOOa W.
States jBcjiwlent of the highest office net fail to be pregnant with! bitter cot only the gravel bnt the gout is warce-
in the ly known I>,-. Fanr relates ----- lit t California, some : j .'a ftomao Catholic in religion.
strife
world! The bet of LIi arrival was known personal and icevilabla disaster to almot as an extraordinary In one of the Calcutta
instance the ( f that faith with him
of >
the effect of coffee in newspapers following A duel toot place during
to very few of our citizens. What every railroad interest in the pout, the case of advertIsement What
a commonwealth. due
contract between Mr. Devereu, who was attacked with appear it mean? I was found aftf his death that his

this quiet visit of ihe President to his home, .4-IIJ age of twcDty-fire and had it severely gout until at the Be'it known, that tix fur pretty young ladies, administration editor f iiti.tetween hi* two children and

and the ostentations displays which wait the ward of fifty:, with chalk etoneain the of ur-his with twa sweet and engaginsr young*hIldr n. l lately state nAtor(1.( : ) > upon A UtrciAt.-Mr. Ne. kirk: sent joint imported from Euro,
crowned brads of out as mericanConsul handa and feet; bat for four the basing the 'OSII of health i the thigb. I taDtp under years
Europe similar circum. preceding
at Li Union. has teen refused his ,titus when the oa their check\ ana joy parkling in their ?, have U
exequatur account of his case had teen giv.nto eye .The government r tStE4 we bees Inivrmed.
f/ncesl" Mr. Buebioao has sirtereturred to the by the President Salvador, because f.Ins former Pr. Faur. to lay before the public he bad by his possessing amiable be mannerawl hig'ily &cedtst] I FrancUco for the f hre ont $A3'WO i and ll gate-.
pushed to
are : new
tlfeur adriee raffled/or. next door to the Ikiti,. ; "
:. eenee'-tion with ValVrr. o e4 coffee, and had tie return of the goat scheme & ot a rent -to the Catholic Church
.J- ; .... afterwaH. Gallery.- twelve ticket, at twelve mp- sMt rained at many j fnf rme-l ansi beiieve-Meee's

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Sprrinl.; Hollers. j Hillsborough Hilitary Plantation for Sale ALAauri SWAN -& CO/S lotteriesTRIUMPHANT-- :

-- --- -= I ACADEMY. : A HAKE CJ/AA'CL' J-'OJi J SAKOA/X ;

THE GREAT ENGLISH :
BEhIEDY.EIR -
JANUARY 0r1'cI -------
ON tw.lfth, ifirvi. a MILITARY .
.1AM'3 CLUE: CLxvIATFD FLMALP. ACADEMY will I ,. ) 1n'eisiinc.i ff-.a l.ii PLesi.siro:4 ft .- .
TILLS (.j .i.e.i ttt Hi'l! ,.roiub. N. : &tr. -------W

; r.w-r4Jlti(,$( ifSir .1. aarka V C, tinder the conduct w' ('apt. C. C Tiw. IM.W Safwriiilriuctti.f JL Tin- place! 0 well knuwn. It la trit)>ui five lnir A 14J113E [ VE.STM1T j .VH'.t.V 4V t'O. rvnituacp; drar at ?iSti
i .. of TallaLa'Jf the iANc.! !
D. tl. >!a- Mili'aiy Aembiny fct CoJcnilrt'a on ItaiiJ.idge, F ri>a i, nu.l contain* >
i'hytitiaK Ertnuffdmary lo tkr (Jurtn. j jTSIs i J uiim-M in! -rrej41s)'?.
; S. C. Die 4iseif'Iro'!i | and cotirs uf ulud'es! 520 acres. 11 t'- impr(>Tcmiit are a new two story ) .- : -- -
tavaltifiti'.c rm*>li<4h i* tinftjllroj In tbe. cure of all I! will Min.iIat t tlao-r < f 'he Steth Caroliui and : dwcllimig.'ious.! -. \\ i'l- & C: IliuM.Uul and danjtfrptu Jlsva--* to *Inch tlie feiualoconlitutKn Virginia State MiliUiy! InMItutiou Them will! lit i ftl otl- rr out l liutI.ri.s.( The laiui poinj auJ well wo- j

U subject. It iauJrat all evonn *n.1 rrauor | but inc S varntum ;u the year. I tered. Oce-tliirJ ca1), the LaUtire in one nml two And .AuthorJicd by the STATE cf GEO.
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all 'b.cUn. bn.I a C.e.Iy l rurv tn&v be rII.d) 4 t. ; For pai titular nddr< -e the r.ml.-rsrt'ned at C.rm-? jenrji. O. C. S. JOHNSON. j iI

TO MtKKIfft /..//> : bia. S. C. nrtil' Jatmary 1-t I af>r tltat .late nt IhlNNroifli. Sept. 5. 18C5 8l4wCoPartnership 7; Taa 'tUre"Sd i.tjwrc owrjlrn hits ahovci tAct

U I* p-eutln *y
mntIalr Ith rgoJarhy. O-t.9. IS5t$. 4K1 -wEXTENSIVE Not j e. ; wJLdLJJuJi1[ iLLLJLLLJLLliW : ,'eJ p.r..edf .t'J fr okC .rhra''a

boUlo, r.riee One IMUr,bear.the Cor.rniucnt Slanijiof "" arc ri.O.* /i.Wen Le 4ci. 1hei' Zurtev

Groat Britain, It prt- tit cuunU-rfc'.lr. "IT7E. THE UNDERSrONKD. bar this day I Wv1Id) '

C A V TIO N I V formed a co partneri-lnp under the I Hi in, name '

These-tp rilln shmild not be taken 1<) frmnaks daring the flnt CARP.ELL A MAXWELL, for the fri.o'actioa cfn .educed to a Fraction 1 PIIE JL t.n<>wiiigSeb. rue will be dm*a by S. Swsd
brrc inuatb G.-neral Mercantile bufu.. j ofrrvpnaney. as they are sure to bring ou MU : July 1st, lt>58. j lei y. in eat h of (I er- Single! Snn.ie. .L .frr| es 5-r
ferriage but a! any other time hwy arc naTe. j I (
SEPT. I8.-8, at Augusta Gwrfia
m public, BU-
Ia an
canes nTNervoo ami
Spinal AffecLotis. Pain In tl.
flack an ,ti1ein'it1dsiiceefCi'mutianoors.,

the heart, UjgtftK. ami Wlaitt*. thr>c Tills ill| aflcvl a NEW FIRM & HEW GOODS.At ; SAMUEL ffiEihib'aion (?:,. ,3; 1)-i ec SaturLee, fZhA: : ,) !' 18.

utt'e aIin all other means lime fmJttl.nn'l althou !li apon'frfil C i'z..d'rt; fsuict on'iXjxji a&wrtry, Ortolrr $. I$3$.

remedy, ln not contain iron,uluincl ahtimun>,or try i the Stand''fvrmei ly occupied ty J5 tot fr H'A itaktr. ciii- i ?7 J'sywc en ,S'it'ertfav. fid.ticr l .j$3t.
( Ia'4 its IJrtw'z onoy Wooer 23 l83.
diiiip hurtful Ui the cou lilulion. N Naturd&j, ,
Fall '(-reclKtmi rcf inpuny cacb >arkage. FAa fur O SATURDAY Ifiih day of October,at 11o'clock. Now or at WM. If. GOODRICII'S CAKJM.M-I.S Snor, Rryno'd's Class 39 .Prnw, it,, gNrja ,, Ok&r 3',, l8 $.
| Aij'iit I will .ffer (
the UPitC-J Stateit and Oniu.U, JOB MO>h?, or esl- at public Aucli-n. Carreil &:Maxwell, Direct( Augusta, Gett., vhrn jt cart be seen in vptrnlwn from: ikt *

(latte I. C. Cttliiwin i Co> HorlimU X. Y. VALITAIJU: PJlOPKIiTY hours of 8 to 1i.. .)/, nnd from 2 lo G 1'. Af. Tfl2J'Lix i OJSIS4'JEENL'31BERS.o.ooo .

t. K-41,00 ant C rttMlaye tmnii iK-lvitetl to any authorized --o4Irro; : \rc hare ju..t rppi'ied f-om New York
or- an out rPHE principle emlr.icfd in U.is Marline cr.rrrrp|f < iJf: early with the r.Id! nn I well knsunj roerea of :| T&kets !
A i-nt, wii! iuturtf a lx>.tlv evntmiuiiK *rO Tilli by returnma.L H 'rs<.. Mule', Mares and Cotta. fiow 1 to S years f T an OCt Xew lurk block ofWHITER JL splitting and dreisinj by hand labor worfcin.; riirectly with the grain in the tiiiber. It produce-* an -

: old, young Jacks ithd Jcimies, together with aiticle not liable to warp or cheek from exposure. Tl i is pj.-tcl.ir.e> was jaffntcd January 51b, 185R. and has .>.1S5 I'KIXKS ;

For alet'V Kilwarj ItarnurJ., *v>)L. 'Wli-ili- ale abil Ie.iiI : a ji amity! of Beef CattK FitUi & OBS already! obtain a cdtbiity pos-ezsed by none i ther. The hole machine1 can be built fur one-third the : XE rEIZE TO ETEEY N1iE Tls1Z1TI

Agent for TnII.La. J. S. M. l>ati
f'.r Qtiinry. 1 Gootffe MnJinc. situsted on the Wt>t side of Lake which we intend to sell VERT LOW for CASH, i purpose, i"t only rt-quin1* a Two horse Power to work it, at the saute time you can make any required GXIFWKST SCHEME!

F-bruary6,1. 6-Iy I Jackson. To suit the lime*. I | ropose a credit until 1tQduce or good Paper ; aol' we are J<:terruitied country not length, and it natlj-ihUble t'. city rtqutrc.l thickness or taper i' i ls ample>, cbe.ip and durable, any urduurv TO 8C DLAWX tACO s%TrxiuT i* OCTOBER 4 4I

If your Hair H llursb, the firM January purchaser giving notes with up- j to be UMiEBsoi.n by any UxJv. mechanic mutt make it, an-i a boy may work it. I'eze'. $70.000 ; 4 J Prizeaof. ..ISINII

CM TruC WooJ IIMr Kt sturatie. proved H-cuiitv. Ibis is a rare opportunity t.tlVred We will diva)a kerp on lund a general assortment To Shingle Dealer Lumbermen. Capitalist* and Speculators this micln'ne i a e1e. sure al l proStitle . so.ooo : 4 . 60070O

If four lla'r ia C r.\. to those who desire to putchase good STOCK. Dvn't : GOODS of every kind, usually bioiigU tw tLi inveftiner.t. We invite all to call! and ere it ir operation. Any further information can be l.ad l.y ealiinj | I :. 10,000 > 4 .

t'teTrc w-ood' Hair E .toriiti e.K : fail to attemi. JOHN U. LLOYD, Auc. market, consi=tiag m pirt as follow : | on the PaUutee or his Aent, one of whom will! alay be found wi>h the Machine, or at the GWie Hottl. j; I . 5.W:0: j 4 . COd
your llairnTUin i Oct. 2, 1855. 40-td I :
4tOOf 60 .
SOt
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If tou Bald Cd Trot Wool's Hair UceloriU'Te J'L1INTATIUN GOODS: I MACHINES AND RIGHTS FOR SALE. 1 a s.ooa 80, ; 300
i
are ,
CuaTfif. Wood'* hair Rectorabt*. : Valuable Plantation Omattirga, i Choctaw Stripe, : 1 1.SCO( { 100 . ISA

; Georgia Kere\., j Brow Shii f 11139, 4 C 1,000 I 230 . 100
If yon hire crougI1edacbe, <: FOR SALE Extra Georgu'Kers-ets.! AH Letters hud! be addrcfeed to SAMUEL II. KING & CO., Augusta. GeO.
Car 1'rof. Wo J a hair K ejtoratir. Bleach-d! di. _lrrr0e1atios rrue..

If you liat* Dandruff, J T;OH the of bringrin-r then Georgia Plain, Negro Blankets, ,
p'rpoc j.iiiit inet.bt i 4 Pr.zea pf JlOu to (70,000
Use Prof. wor.r flair Erl raU J Marlboro Stripes, Ac. Ac appro'g. prize are 51.CCUI.luO
<> e. to a close, the undersigned oT) rs lor kale their j Ac. I IShawl. 4 ? .tlt0> '
!ro.
hare Ereptionv ..
Plantation .
known DRY
VrcpcaA. GOODS
as
Uaa Prot Wuteli Hair Itc u>rabT situated ab'ut intt j : 4 13.000
.
If Intl dcirIfyoa GIy )fair. miles East < f TaiaLaiftrc! aol lyn: l-etn-een the ., Csdr'l t4utioets. l'larri Satint., Oinltams. I ? 1S5S. this I take 4 12: n 7,0ou 600
IVnSftCola! A. ArarsTt. Sept. city pie untie in oavinj that cf the 'I
: Georg.a; and SL Mafki J many '
T
I'se fr f. Wood Hair KeiU>niliTc.Mrve ; tllahaswet Apron Checks Curtain Dama) Irish UM) 3.003 400
Table kinds
0 Railroads \ Linen. Ma. S. M. KINO In with of 5>biUle! Macl.i tea I have bad the ,,
within five request. op.oit'Jut-
miles of tither d.uipliawe
tvc Trot Wowt'i Hair Crrlorative. taming 020! acriK or there aIi't5-'O> f f which ) I take pleasure in resirtitic my osperi* nee >n the ue ty smitug in I'pt-ration. I never saw one that ac- 4 N 60 1.53U "
sri cotton and linen
I drfrj-f not to Inosv Ibe Color rlraied. The lands ( ) Ri.-ia[ Scotch anti Bird j j"Linen f oue .fy.ur hhin iV M.i'lnnrt : Machine is I Icatrd 1', Ci>mpi-h! (the u..ik is \tell. with the same erono-
My
TOO aif as tjnoj m i"! m the court k.s e 1)itp.-rr. lr.'wn ciii bleadtel | 6.0 ptzc8wf S'' are. . . .. .oesi
I'm: ) Tr."r *" Bi'nple i1) C".i.itruL-tii, ,,i, or <>ue &<> *vll j
If wtnt Article, ; Thread (a ort'd.) bu pnder! I5.-d ioLpttd l l.. In-used b ritipurrKiiced ci'...kitten. f
yon a Cheap of tl-e A Savj.im.ili Ruln ad the luateual! Ut-ed i ieypr is )
>
Cue Ifl'I't'ie.! Onotj the penies : nGOQJ i Bm'iket, I'rmt,. C.tats l t''tt. : 5.485 Pi'rrei amounting toWIIOLS . . . .)
Trof. Wotvl'a Hair Ket<>rativ tp.'nl w, .ci ; power a small. ixuul>!e ,-n<;iii<-. OTI wheel*, lruiy your*. M. J. 6 I LBEIT.ihicl. j
If yutt eethe I>auliful Uxk. ) JftK D1rELLTU. White a..i! Red FlantifU, Uml.rellas TICKET* ?10 HALTEK {
can cmireuicinly. m .Ted him. place to Sup't Au u.ilaVoiks.. i iAc&iaiA ; 5. QCAKTXM | |.
IW Trot \VotKTh Hair ieaturnUe.. three tt..i.e. lh. .1 ccnt.nt hgthr teen 'are rooms. Ne- iir ininrktailinnabiy.
inulr h..ri.e. mael
place l.y a ol >
If you aJmire the Beautiful KinrlrU. I The out !..ju.rc; ft DI.Jaal I but! Prints. tmclii.ick cud p or j IW 4 t'JKtCLAK aArwi.q t5.pto.. eftAs Lsera
:; the teconJ OA
} in nn ,tmUtaijtiftl loIs np !to all ymj caimi-! l f"f U. Sept. 9, IS58.I \t >mt to ny 'a ,bsria ofrreeo'iag it.
Car Trof. Woud1* Hair Lettoratte. niatncr. V.'e will a-! .. sill with the I Mourning, Ac. Ac. i .,3Certif'ates'tf
pines, ittul l far beyond my exjjcetan.in. This machine i-> have seen Mr. S. il. Kin/s Shingle Machine
If yon wuh a Eiuttfui! Complexion, C-ii, I'udder, i) L.i ot stock ttIe. theasnas LADIES "
DRESS .
irum- GOODS. \ .orx-rated by one w bite m in. (It:mug ii4i e | .-rj"iiceiu ive" 1ft abi'iglt witb'n 20 tecond*. mul without
I'K.- Trof. Wood's Hair R.tQraIice. her tit Li> with lea i Palsjrfg wH! be sold at the follow
*. hhu'cJ
cjltieff
j .1 the Ihia.ant
If you wUh a Fare Irie frnin Timple tlCC'l : of every iinJ and style and pricr and of the very I the eat of inacliiiwr} .) and c miM-n plantation; uecriies. he.-itatioti 1 its-ert that i.'w.II attended, it will live, i ilruw rate*. ci uk.lt JJ the risk :
LTEaT } it turns out fioi.'i 7.i't)0 to 12. (>O khiiK'Ics per < fl1ju6t" iu the miwt complete manner. I5CuO J
U.e Trot Wood'* Hair Ee tunlhe. !| TECMw-One.tLrl cah. th. Ixttanee mi a fretlilof A.iiION. : day (of 10 working kour') dfrjH-udin t.itiiclj uptu within 12 bourn. It is the best kind "f machine fur i I CcrtiScatro -.i Paclwge cf 10 Whole Tt-AcU. .?SC

Ifyan wiab to appear Tounc, 1. 2 and 3 yeaM, the purrhir gtvmj notes tiain! Silk Robe a Lair*, fi ureil Gro ile'Rhme Poult de the Siinr>b'tit f w..i tt' the machine.: the purpose thttl I have seen in nicti n. [ .. 10 Half. .40
t.ae Trot Wood'* Hair T.eitorative. 8 ctnt. iutcrni't. a i'b turn l Some. M.celiui* > and HOMTOC Siiks. iKlx-jr La n "
per good K-cuiiii &n\ i Your vtit serv't, L hOPKINS. W. M. IIIOTIT 10 Quarter M 4
Ifvoa want le timony with cot the Pcisrn. B.ivadere Poplins. Del.t'ne a Quille aiwl a ,, .,
wtrmhilinlrjr. rnorlga
{ property. nkLIof'topmcLase I oftbe firm of flight A 10 Eighth 10
Read t'ae Circular of Trot WooJ'n Hair Ecstorstne. ) will plcui t- either! of Laze Robes, (all \\ooi dtl.iincFIow. ) Mac'iiurpby, (
Tp'y >
ui.T. tn-d Kiendi, Dflaities. andplaid I Aicc TiSept. 8, ISS. Iron and Bras Fouu piiited
II wnttfn4 it RCHAIRES
you t 1 C.'limcrsSwic and MR. S. M. KI.VO-IVs- Sir: Your Patent Shine money t.. ou- address ftir th* Ticket ordered,,-po yeeeipt.'f -
The I>cjs>t's at "4 Varfcrt t.M_ LouU. Minour1. C. POVELL C1IAIRES. I
Oct 133 ; Cambric Mu<*lin', Biilliants. NarWos l \loiS bri !III J>r>rati.>n at toY sh. p fir two XVe, tbe ondtrsigned citizen* of Lancaster, Pa i; which they Pill be forwarded by first mail.
t C. j.
v7It li.alG *<'ld by eve.y pnpolir Draught In the city 4t-3in B'! :. A- White motitha. and I have natcla-d it closely. To make( and TK-niity, having u o erati.in the above men- I'urcosH'f Cit) hare ticket* ending many figt 'ethey

and ojntry.Febrwiry Clrie[ ., CiTiIs ..kT..J. S1tngte it far *urpa es any mae'.ine! I Ii tee sen. tioncd Muvhini take pleasure rj .rtiI lug that it I may d I-erina! -..
6, !<**. flyDwsl Land for Sale j It .l.ws! iu work well!), and can, in my opinion, I osintpiieiiv will perfi nn all it is warranted to do. and even ciore 1 1 he Lit of Driwn Numbers and Prizes will be

OFFER f..r Ve t'je fjll.wiii valuable! tract of ; Linen Cant'ricr.Ed Euil'md-Te.! t mastic $0 tint "Ut From Ii) to ILtiQo icr day. I:, cc h.artly reconintenit its murro'funt.iizttu gm ; sent lo purrt aiters immediately after toe drawing.

at P.-l Air. ISt'i July, !<.?. Little D.tty-.kNXA T Und, E J fSec3T1 R 1. N athi W. about 1 J anilktrclitrfr... extensii.n *tcl un>l jl- and its durabi.itv I if<> not think ran bexeelletl. i-ral! use. From iw simplicity and practical i.til.tv. { !:3f": Purchasers will please write their signature -c

AMELIA DcIt'I-teirIy Ce }eor. djuplitrr L. W. 140 ncr.1 1i. lauJ a'ljuins the Tullaha't-ec lie kflttn kits, Mic'e .N nt LVn I WM.II. GOODRICH. w feel ii<> l fMiition iu ayin>; that ft far curfHii i- pi nn. and Ki' e 'Jjrir Post (tiller. fJoon'jr anti State.
I'fjx-'l
and Lavuiu '1'. I>uDui In J Vest5. SilkV..>r>tr l Hrnxls Mm.tt! and all i tlur nachmes for th; paine puipose that Her .-s.i.r 53f_RenicmVr;,, 4.11,.. ,),.tb,..I, l every Prfi li draw hodZ2P
an infant At hoaic nrarTllaha Mundnv. Oct..brr4tb CloaLs AlrXMi.ilt-i' I Lave vitnes ed the .
on 1ett Kid Glvr Ac : daily Sl.ifjjl Machine f'<
E I &c. Ac.
of S W r.
of T
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Is53. LA VIM.V 1RRANT irt.4ti' daughter of tli W i 1. P. 1. Need 1 Surau! M King at Mr. GwtdiirL'* work tb-p and DAVID MAIITMAN, Lancater. Pa, : 'tlleizes'fd.fl0au.J| under, paid immediutrly -

late Eet. J hu Woi'Oeli! Wilson. wile u( L. H. DuEon. : containing 6- acre*. j KMUROIDElur.S 4KDG1XG8: | fully concur in ulat Mi. (;. alter hv drafting-other prizes at lie .ial

Atv -L"t N.' 2, 6 and! 7. of See 8. T 2. R 1, I An cndlt-M raricty-Kut'le Cr.peCullars UK! *f*. j \V. R. RTSsEL: Foremaucf lha Shi'p. (; U.WIXTL'KS. do. time '-f thirl} days. .

N an I W. ht.ti"Htr 275 a- n-s. Tins hod lies oa j Car lace Thread awl h.in.lui.idLiDeu, Bubioti FJJ- Jl1j'L'L Drumore. Lancaster Co, Pa. All onniiunie.itMHis trirtlv confidential,

CAMP MEETrNG. the East bank of the OckWL&ee river.Ais iV.;* afld ineerting.. Fl..siiwws. .tc. Ai rest*. C*. ,-i11th. 1653. [: SAM'L P.UIIWEU d l; P kO, I'.rawV. do. t Addrrft O .l.lr, f-r TirLrt i.r C'r'ir7eatto*

< -E i ,f N E .f Sec J.J GOKDO.V. Mariettw. }.,. S. SWA:; ; ( '4). Gtua
O:T: TLi-n- will !It' CAMP1E'I'1NG J 2 T 1 R N and IIOX.VETS : I lure witnessed the .operation of the! above resihie. ( Augusta
a A. I'. -
MEItClI..N
E: ciMitaiiiiiig M)> asie. j irea'Jrec! and cotietir fulh in the alx>ve statement and r. LVIuaibi.1, Lancasttr. Pa. I PtfiMiw* r>,i-f rij{ nrar Mvii'giMnery, Ala., f-r
nt NFa'1 C&xtrt'u. 8 ; 10 'in-* \Vet of 'Talbljuasi! ALSO in ( aJ4n l tb S E Aitifi.-ial*, j wimM farther tint in arvl t AmLo,'.. (;j, 5tu, I m.: I h. ir .>r iera tilled and save
lu-ify dtirahili'y
l We
tinder
ejanoenc'ng; FiMay t-i Iit. Ufrc tho hfth SutiJjy in i W J of &l: T5, T 2, R 3"N anjV, cwotaiuj s 210 1-ig.'IeIteL j so tar *nrf Me8 anything that I have see's f-T ma tl.e' >ij ie I, Lacing; in use the .E> veM.> tiro-, l.y xd ..irsirdw: > A Co.. at either fftboaer
j HOSIERY iuH. t-iilv Ktv-r iti tLc ah .
'S. GLOVEX >rrJOIiN !
seanrui
Oct. b.-r. MiiiUlrrinj& ; Lretliitn hfi-l tbipiil.Iw% are I Iarite.l. ncrcs. }j jAL -ofcrcry Jizzr1: j kinc hiosleT. that I world have n" other at arty : V.'IUTE. : '

It J McCOOK. '. in Ma-li-ot! c--n'.r. 5 W J, Sec 2->. aa.1 3f !I Kkl. Doestia tnd Hart Gk>Te$, Gnnntl 1r O.4ek.ntett j i" if I <*NiU get the one above alluded! ti> This ISAAC WILSiiX Puubaig, il Pa.x I .?- Tic-fis : .It by E. M.V gT.J .

; W f and XV J .4< K E i ."l S 29 Alt E } *f S i' Silk MitU ai"J t<>\e,, sn-1) GimritlrU fur ; matJjwe e.n eaw'.v I* attaeLrd ti> tie! cisnaa'a flu, TilOSVUOUS.. d TJa .

Talklt114er, Otutei 2, 1 E | c-f SeB'tahcd W j .4 j, E i of Sec !O. ia all : Ladi: and Mis-es, Fancy nnd plain Hosiery i Graf ir,(. clef wtirfcrd by any emunon. pUntatSmi ruuni. W. F. FAII.V1CS l rOCK. ..lo.l A L ..j ilw umn rra that e.-j unwn frvinib

66y crw. ai! in T I. It 4. S au.l E. I of Si k, Thread Vtt..n find \Vool. j G T (X4EiSY, C flt..n (JIB M.tieufsttater. J \l LI.ON\II: Clrarfie. Arrti'itrueg.c.rui. w.i'lwj't., thr u.Mifi wf the Prize that each.s .

iu JacV-Hin COOTS( & Mlu I 1tU\\ < nei.'iltr t-. sift! !I... pulilirl il after drawti.
Af.-o i.UYAN -
Music School r unlv. 'i Cltijw-'a RiverS V J-. >; F.WsIn-IIM. Flw every
SecI.. i; J X W }. b n 1 E t Glove'I I 1Ia.Jtit Tn 'ir I nve f.flt C W. OtN-ni. Dell... Mobile Register,
IL HKuWS t.i r, qn.IWII Icr | .4Ci,5ce2atIiitT4.114, Naa.IW.eunI JfKid; A.i.! Iha.end? I'AUTFIKLDVrurw.. fa '
MII, !'* at tt' NrtIt at er oriMt'tti" Uillig 4UU fccic*. fur Pkr.aton La yBr j the cd li nrle M.ir-l.ine of Mr. b M. Kiinf in ofHrratim.' 'OtlX LO\VAKDi. ClearfieU, ta, CLtt.iosr M..U liuil. Na-I.vi'.It! (;nz' tte. Allan'a !..

on t &I.L }'.i ..' 1 I.r. f r ts''riw itn..t j AIJIO in Jucktun snOut d lt.hinrire ij I tile.>, 3Ibois gin aid QU!Jrrn. Sr.of ta* every i and frombtt 1 'aw .if it., itrrf-xui-incc. I Cat sntVW. A. I*, nujiwwd. .. th 1iy*., f.,,*' Tcui4-15 cr about! sit niiif oo >* river, deserptinn.hats ''V WIV. (liSt it ii ito' b-t r.-vro; tia-I.iue I evert WAI. Kill III. \\ ihniifgtoa, X C. i MMuini: !(r as. Rirf.mo.I. | Di' |.'iirh. New York Di,-
above
or ec.N"n f Iu4.ttIe. fl ( qnarter. it* junfttMni with the hint and C.ip. 1 Three; Pv! a..J! Ingr*in, ti'.in ill wink in thc pos.tit'e aartter. a':.l / DAVID ku'rEi dt ilt.t. j rat'l IViM-iijr; (MiCl.irn.ii) tied Little Roclr.
rr t I.Uia Mireihh! Unt-i K.Hoiu Lettila.l ia SiC 3, 4. Cor pits of lirtiiFtln : Rcis of Velvet A.k.T.uIkn
> : being the -ii>.j>!.'-it iii..riine! of 'U tnid ia U"rI th-iA rj ( -rar.
ISIS. | 9. 10 MH! 1'. n T 6, Ji 7. N and XV. ..
; 4iotis. lVooriaiire, Vilnv-warc! Erntc., j it pculury! atLj:'Je-i to the ,ut racial maiiuttcture We. tee nnrf'H'si'jrneil L txaotutiCfl J* ILJW( 4e- r
virrj the j -.
i The,. land adfiii the laotii MKHICAL NOTJCI: ; :. tl* tVct MiU hugh Ru>k on the X..th.IUItEET i Staunfry.. necic-a are the ni'ot ,ti'a'l it!, prrators ; aui i: Shtit N ske : wHDUtulijTj is i Maryland State Lotteries

AMBLE, Je. : IlaT'ltriir nr-1 Cutkry. Gh s-wmrc, j prwp-j .tended, I beeveitwtilctet 12,000 SLiogletpwday. ', OIIN\VlilTE. tViaulnt..,

Dr. J. H. EL: Gardner (bcL.lSZC. 40-it : Pdaetemtth T x.k, Cr.fcenr, J I A. !f. MO'UJfS, ?o. : II. I UAM K vV Co; Managert -

I i Inn awl Nis! Guns, Jit.IIulIoV'B WI,!. DARDEMAN, I T. It O. R. R. J. .'. PERKY. da. ,
boated at LLOYD." '.fu-rs bi-i Pto- Lancls. O1 F ito\ M.. vlun I Slate L.tt.i-tei. present the W-
HAVING : j are, .VM. KE! riJ, d->. I ioi-it
A: Si'tvr.c: to the (Citizen of the 1Lce i j Aietsi*, GA, Sept. Stli, 1SSS.Ma. ISAAC t WILsON cltiL > feplendi! Schenit'S, .
'PIIE stibserirx-r oiler for .ale the GROCERIES ,
und the uri iiij.ling couilrvOtt } tact known as i For
S. M liiva Dir Sir \VM.S. ASI1C. do. AUGUST1868.Tuey .
I the : Haiin* had the op-i
9. IMS. 41 Xthamcthia tract h injy t\ miles Fast of | Of every kind and variety. All! kinds of WINES --
pcrtctMty of a rm.our Shingle Machine misTer-il l 1ILXP.Y ADAMS. do. --
,
Tall.ili3see. anti c mta.ir. 0*>0 acres, of Lkh about awl L1QUOlS.Sa'dery .
500 are cleared. ibis times inn'pritiintt-r. \V. LI. iioo plantation admirably watered, (ii!., Palots. Pure Lea.!, Potash Basia ; Ti-k ts in Lotteries where
Notice. end is one of the most deniable! trict in Middle ; bnr5! 1-I .4.! 39-lni extraordinary
Ft<>ritIV-re !paititular?, andy to Major ROBEUT
i LL pcrtions indebted to the tlitate nf Spotivi niarktt sli! such err awindlr

Ji\. S. Kniglit. dopea'Of! !. late ,f Lea-n eouftty. are GAMSLC. at TiIleLaesce.' AT.LAN \\'f LOJKlli t those T\IO wit-li to buy what i is *rv, () GOODS i Atlantic Telegraph Cable. ; The Marjla'vl lotteries bare tseen in tiratence/of- -

re
eigItei i ailmiu tratoi ; and thotv ldtTin caiin! };: tt tl.cm our Gi'i.p.. 't\e will ask no our to buy attIcs. -n U* r..led in. If *ou draw a Prize, you will
a'.4 Estate. *re rtqu.uIed i to promnt them dul\% authenticated ; we can sui"! tLem in /iiV and iriftCMllir.LL .\r TII: S.TOKK OF } .4 jiffffflJte! ..4i.tniiiTclcgrapli Culle i iCAV I pet >our nurfiey. The whole country i iI&i4'4 wHb

within the tixie presei ibol hv law crtbiil Lands. vV .MAXWELL.Strt. T. EAYWABD pf SILN AT THE S-TGKE OX B .uc* Lottery crn Beware f themTJ3J

notice ill be plea
e.1x.eialiy .lrsiretl l that Ihoue lioldinjj oMi ation* of J to the ltnteof the late C<.!. .!i.l-rj t Gamble.! ; y. R.-V'c are now r.-oei\ir.g our GIKX! fjora the : BCBEMV '

the deea r d ns en-U'iser whether on paper already in lie touuty ot Jelu-wn. eonswtin of 1770 aocea, (,! C t>. T. Ward and G .n. I5i iv.. i\E OFFER FOR C.\SII, three fourths cf ovrf Iu1ayan. State

doe or running to matnritv. will promptly uiaVe it know as W tittiierttji.; 1 J\ i-ii; within >vtn Ciilea! of I Sto..k of Mercliundi-e now in Store NEW GOODS- NEW "LotteryvCLASS +
Jvurtwii. L II KVK1I1T "Adujfr.Executor's the PcQMcola GOODS. X ,
ci Geurgia I.iii"a! ? HEW GOODS. ,
Ot.t 4I-'v Also AT COST I Tob drawn t In 13atn'ore: Saturday, AujMl tUt
a .ract of 240( acres. Ivin, rl'Lin three miles Iei3.
cf said Railroad itul I one of 8t acrrn. at the bead of WATCHE8. CLOCKS. 12 Prawn JtCttslneaxIs Packf jr, of 29 TckrU,
I when they are wanted bv the Pirce sn.I I I Grant Crier o 10.110) f I l'riz.
tia igation on the Wacissn river rr Quantity, -- od'.2Jt09
; being in all S090 "GOODS.o I l'rtze of ... .. ....
Sale. 1O.tOI) I '
1 acre vlnch he will sell CHEAP j when the Stock itt ?IO jr acre, one third I \ I ........ ... ,'.', ) 5 ... .
pur uanco of an order of the Hon. J. AVnlotaker. 1 cas'j' balance :n one and twit 3 cars.I R rive, we \vMl ffrr them by the Piece or ------- o---- {: i .. ._ I ,.oie,
IN It'JIJEUT I Quantity (Gru'crit-s exci-ptii!) at 1 .- 3nOu so FS'cl t4'. .
Ju.lref the Circuit GAMBLE -
Court of ths Middle! I JK ExtV.
truE UNDERSIGNED .... ... ...
t 1 3.eeo -
are now receiviuj a large .S. 20 ... ..
Circu.t of Floiida, the tttt.1.rigttetl r.reutor of the i Oct. 2. 1538. 40itTallahassee I II TAM now receiving my !anj- and carefj'lr se!Ie Trtnty fr nut Adettnt'on Ft* i'irLCOST JL and ci ell selected stock of 1 .... ........ 3.t'nto tG '

last Will acd Testament of Thomas Henry Averitt, STOCKS of FALL and WINTER j I c ,. 143 .... 450
dec.nc4, will sell the following; real KfUte at pub I &PeiL&GeRAIL.1tOADs. embracing erery quality and! rtvle.SILKS GOODS, For Cash Watcher, CJnclt, Jeirrlry, Silrcr and Plated I .... .... .... ease, ec ._.. iilit
lie $ 1 .... .. .. ... 5.010 66 ..
outcry to the hijjlM-st bidder before the CouitItouse S Call and iMftk: before Buy clsevhtrc. Ware and Fanry Goody, 1 ,' ....... ... 5,0.10. U ui
door in T.&ll1tL3re. on the first Mori.lav in : you consisting of i I 1.fNxI aias '. ......

December next, to-wit : The N E J and the E '\ of Silt. Robes. a I aizr. Striped! d"I.oir. All who could not oettlo their ills for 1 list and previous Gents fine Cold and Silver i I .. ..... .. .t'ij' aao a _

the S E i of Sec. 24, in Town. 1 Range 2, N and E ; V.-lante, 'Plaid A Phiii CoPd Silks year, vil!!, we hcpc. not wait for Jauiliry, bat Watches, Htntirj Patent Lever 1 ?0Ji Prtze------ .. .. .ar'ntntisg to.... .. .....$5O2.QO')

and the W I of the NV 4 of See. 19, in Tawnship .L 0 a Q.ile.! J.ml.Ie) Skirt conic as Let its they get their Cotton to market and Cents fine silver Anchor and j TVUrf ITO.'ltalf: ei 43, Quarter 1214, El igtth |IJ3.

1. Range 3, X and E. containing 31'!a acres more FlounocJ, |I3i'k $ilks r>f quality! PA Y ARREARAGES. Laiii, epine Watches, | Ciertilcat.titl'sekaeo42titt'boies. ... .. .. .....fld4.<<)
or every fine Oold and "
all and Floiiua and M .. Hunting Anchor i lo. Jo. i* HrtvM.... .... ...... T
HJS., lyin being iu the county of Lion *nJ ChangeofSchedule.cN f rceiiine bilk. This immensely !tong Credit to inci u open Diii
State of Florida.TERMSOne. i Worsted Goods : anti we Lope all trio,pun can,m will great liste.> >todi nTeriienfe IHe ant eet* of Florentine Mosaic Paintings. Cameo. | do. _da 26 Elgbtii*. ,. W T>

tliou.and dollars of the pui chase CUslimcre and DeLin Rub money at the time of nale. and the balance iu anti aH.fr Satnrdo the nit.th .. irife HAVANA PLAN.
I, 2 October. 1S5S. VIante.. what a e also one. T. IIAYWARD A SON. Silver Fob chains. Guard nod S'et chains, Ladies fine j -
and 3 years, with S >cr cent interest Train mil be run daily. .. .. Chatalain
j (Sundays excepted) | u io.n Stict Sept 18. 1S5S. 3S-4w chain laidies fine Gold C'-ral JliSSE AVKRITT. Eifr. ns (ollon : let*. (tb-hI! and Kii.imrl.-d of Dl'treJ'-Ptha. in on*
Pun"and! Ear
Black P aieges ard Cl.allits, ltni.. Genii j 871cc\ l and ItLtts in
OcL9. 1858. 41 I Leave Station Walkers. Mill . S A. JL Poplin and Metinors, NEW GOODS R.., .III Piim, Gold Gnarl F"b and Iis.lie Key. Fine Drawn onvlker.-Ertry 0nt.rtun /'riaru

j Ariive at Tallahassee . . G Id |V'i* ntl) I'itnr. Iwrire
. a I 40 A. M. fe&'id! coleet l Ca l.iceres anj Detains, a -*>rtmriit of Fine > revs m m YeLL wimorT Aft cnoi
NEW GOODS. i Leave Tallahassee . .. . 9.50 A. M Ssirt.L Plaids, AT G..hl mil Miv.r Sjrm'tteic.| U.iM and Coi.il Neckla iees. Maryland State pr

"T7"E arc now rectifing largx and j I Arrive at St. Marks. ... . . .H.I5 A. 'L. i Alpac.iV nnd Bombasines. LLOYD OX J'EX. a carefu'lv CLASS
> lectt-d Stock seY Leave SL Marks .. . .. . 215 P. M. Figured Dtl-ilim: at a 1 prices. HU-U.-S. Seal. LocJMs, Charms. G..ld und Silver 9.
\\'inter DRV GOODS.GROCERIES, and Fall"and Arrive at Tallahassee. ... ... 3 40 P. M. Thiii.hh*. Sleeve Mutton nnd Studs Ftc Gull ;I Ii Te to drawn in lalt:
embraciug every style cud Leave Taltabas. "e. . . . 3.50 P.M. Sundries : f'X1'ECTIN( d ih. a Isrte J.-t of Dry CNCS l i ing and Pir.s. ci ith Diarmmd. Ru'>y. Opal an.I I 20.165 Prize t 40.000 rickets I il! .

quality usually anted in lhi maikrt. 1! Arrive tt Walker's Mill, Station 5.. 5.50 P. M. Eng'idi Crape ''Botmrt. Belt, end Triir>- 1 i, J. (;Jnttriri' llariiwaie al l Cn>cerv.! allt.f hieL | Pearl Sets. Plain and Chased Ri'ig*, Mites; Rings, I 'iVi would call particular attention to th* ibtlowrn -
(; uocEIUI:s I>'!ack Silk Velvet. mint lt.l,1nnsu *r .flW cheats) W. K DENNIS CO. plain aid nilhseite.:
Ctm.cctia with Post Coaches! daily to Monticdlo i ; >plo<]id wlM-rr.e, a package of 16 whole tieJiet
0 Sept. 25. 1853. 59W.
Onions, Rio and Jai a Coffees, and twice a week to Ma.li.oi,, Alligator, Bald win and Lt..liet.A Cents Kid RbU.n G love,. BIk it col'd Silk Fiinges" SILVER WARE : j I cvstirg oaly ?b0-acl every other ticket Vjog

Potatoes j I Cracked Oranu.atcd & t! Jacksonville, anivinj at Mo'ici1ii! on Mondays and *. Crochet Plain and Threaded Table Spoon and Forks, warranted to draw $10. determined by tit* too
Velvet Tnnirnin:". Tn ell Bnttons L. Dennis & Co. 1 .
C'rrarttc. I Brown Sugar j I Fridays, and dt'paitrig Wtilneiklays and atnidays ; Silk Worsted >Al ,jr'k| 'I Desert ber drawing he Capital Prize, whether odd crcver.
col'd
n Dress Buttons
Ralcn, I Bacon Sides, clear and I with Kt Coach to New Port on arrival <.f and wb'tth French Eugenie ar.d R. R VAMLEE* HAV.- in Store, a lot t>( Salt, Fi 'ur, Se'ars, Rice Tei i .

Dried Apples j ribbed. returns before departure of Tiinwith) the line of Corsets NOTIONS. ("ire. which weT/ .r low fur math. cottuti Sugar Spoons, Mustard and Salt Spoons, j sztraow scncwx.Foze '.

Citron, 4c. j Sugar Cured Hams, Mail Me.iuin between New (3ileari.! Key \Vtet and sr C.Miiitiv Prince.IJ Soup Ladlt s. Pie KnivesCake dv. Butter Jo., antiI ( ... ..i.ttfliX5 4 Appv.stataoI.tct3
1
EnjrHkli! Dairy Cheese, Pork, Lar J, tc, i iGofcLcu Cuba, tool int
Butter, j I at,tend de pat ting from St. Msr.s.on III* I tilt 5nd2fl''i! | Crown B wiles. Corinatior. Skirts, Silver Napkin Rinj Silver Card Case*. Porte u .... 4 4'r....

together with Culgates Pale Saop ia lit .t qr Boxes of every uiuntK! Should these dates fall on tinIacs. j Litension; Strvl Skirti, Ciuvelli Balnv.ral SkVls; t Cash Advances Muuaits and Tweezers, Silver Cjp and Gublets. (I[ n' ...... .:. I.900 ieo 4 .::t-

-ALSO- Meamers.the tram will be run as per schcduJa to connect with : Ciuvelli jChilds and Misaee. MADE on coil ON ehijpc.J, to nm Friends in PLATED WARE : II '( ....... ,l.5O S .-... a.)

Mantles and Cloaks : \ ork. W. L. LNI3) A CO Beautiful patterns of Silver Plated Castors, Cake I' coo .
-
A email bnt complete assortment of i'otl! Liquors E. IlOUSTOrN. 1 Ll.' 1. cg.t. ?L liES. 19 I Baskets. Candle Sticks mid Waiters. g ) a nn

embracing. Wiuo*. Brandies, Gias (JI..!Iand and Pres .1 t iun? *-rintrndcnt.ty Flirt! Talma ,C >lored Cl-wkf. Fine D. B. Gun te ,
Gi'meBaif!', Pu' tIer flasks Shot 400too $ Nn
Plnhpy,) Sentinel, \Vakulla Times, Midifoti Miir Antique and VelvetjDutk and oil'd Raglan! ,
oiHmg'aliala* U'hiftey Cider Loudou Porter Mcsstngeruid W. L Dennis & CoT Ponche*. Cap \\'s.'li i nd Wire Cartnifees.
and Jetlriea parkltn:; .' 1e. &e, &f. Quincy Republic copy till forbid.J Mnn'le-i. .Zeph Wrrsted Maut.'eJ FIXE CnttBT Table and ...... .t 4
?pf. 25. lt>58. 39 Clotb Tltna, j nAVEitit-fi-re. OnaburL'., Krr-e, Blankets '( Deeri Knives, with Awitb tat n 300 arc .... .... . .... ..
-DRY GOODS I v' rinJ M.iitiiir. Fi>rrale ,. <>it Forks, Ki'dgrs \coetshoncpa! IWket g.i.ooo .... 10 are..................
Laces and cheap j .
K Embroideries : j Cutlery. R>>d/frs A tVoatrnlalnrs R.ii s & S.vis.ors. Whole Tick At'* tIC, Halves 5
L1n eys. Hlankets, Ac. Mus de Limes, Camt Notice.SIX Valrrk-ienne Collars and Mont ning CoWs Sleeve*, Fine ChiM Goods, Pays r Mavhe Gwd A Manars' Ccr5-aieof IarltagrVi< Whole, where

>i ir*. Ca.bmeres Silks.) & Tweeds and Monlkt after the first pib'icatino of this Sleeves. ''Kmb'd For Ttfusical Instruments peraun wi'n to p*t.lie mIT, wilt beaecf fr.f sdo.
\ DO- sale : 4t 4) (SItsires, de.. .........,-4C
.Kriituoky Jeans, Edcings anti Icsc-r- the utiiler! gnvd wi'd [itesent his final AC- j I Mulie!: Collars t Sleeve. Enhs'; rind French Emi "'rk.TAILS. II..llow Guitars. Yiollss, Flutes. Tambourines, Aceordeon.,. d'e An." flQtitrtm, do..,.. ........
tin.i, American t French Piii.ts Count and vouchers as administrator! <*f tbe Estate < IKx.it-m *' a ** I bnmlerie > -uarvatfl Iron byx Banjos, it?. 'u 1 Eii'tha. do............

A> EXCELLL5T ASsORTVOT CF of Thorn II. Avrritt, deceased, late of Leon county, |j Marseilles "" !White rind colored Dimity Ltovd, Sept. 25. 1658. \V. L 33 DENNIS A- CO. Tuble lids B.icks.-irnincm Hoards., Wslkintr Cunes, The .r .e'- : V. : o.-i.s..lbol tram tbf on.
and null fur discharge. IJnen | Blind house nll.. .J'iJ'.41J11e-I l %VTr.iitr !' hrni.
.' a i | Frailer' Dust,,., : t'ii. 1- : : unf.aitbfuha.smit
t- ) GcnU B.xt and SLiOi-, ,....er9 JESSE AVERITT, Eit'r. !' Fall & Winter Pa.nt B-nrc, China Setts,fur Childrro. Fit-Ling Tackir. IrS r-nn f tl i. rrt(c- itr brett Attending to tb*

ALSO # Oct. 2. ISIB. 40- m Clothing For sale I'erfnnicrv.dte.. Ac. Silin uf f.er* *..i".r-i tin.. the Correspotxkoee lmif.'tf -

** an 1 Chil !r<*n Shoes and Boot.., ft hATS CAPS. <*?n \'COD and Wiilow retire toil Croetory. br -ALO- *'* n r' <> f .I ft&ii. ; *

oftffry kind anj MOILI$. ; For ale. i ij *:ra BOOTS AND SI10E3. t*=4 > > W. L. DENNIS ,t; CO. 3 er 4 Slereoacores, with. lien'itiful Pjfntrf\ rff. <>r.jr 'ii At f. tr>>ao the Maoiers only, <

Clothing and Gent Dress (;oods. Staple and Plantation Goods Llyd, Sept. 25,1853. 39 for sal* by YERS A G ORilA N. Aa Ire* :. !kcr.{. to K. ITBASCK A C*. '
j r pjE FARM and appurttaanc, the residence c-f : X. B.-A liberal deduction for CA
Pants-Cloth, Doc Skin, Cassiniere *nd Tweedi, t i, >R. Balumort, Md. Sf..4
C ats- df. di>. do. d. j JL J. McCauts and faniily. This tract of Land u j aiik-ets.! j Prints, Sepf.-i 1S53 39 \ *. 1 S 10-ly --
Vest .... i. i ralualile cotton Un-l. &&.' a'cres-is healthy anti tie- Pht'ttton Kmj-e, 'rir-vauii. For sale !
do. j
*- Plata Scotch. Satin and Silfc. .
Un'ierf>.irt>-Mericoes.. Lu-nbs' Wool. Jilk I. pluceor in Dr.'DcOANTS. M ilicello. Apron Checks, W. L. DENNIS k CO.
icn B m>ii' blurts Ca'ioi' I Cotton Shirts
'.' .. r' MaiseilU-. nn< ; Got. 2. 1898. 40-4w I IJluu Dtiiim, JTn eeds. Satinet, i Ken- Lloyd. Sept 25, 1358. :9ROPS UNDr.R IGNED Ug leave to iofonn tbt. -; -
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.tx and Lincti Shir.t Bosomo, Cbocktaw Stripes, j tucky Jeans, JP k CitiZens .11 Jifler* eamity and tb. senuoo4a-

-iav_ts-Plain, black aol fancy Silt. ForSale I Mohawk 'Linsoyti, For sale t ci'nrtrv that he ii irep>iredto Jo any kind ef itQrv

HATS $ C 11 t'X. Mailbormuh A Plards.jwinte and Red Flannel, E fc in the abvv, line of bui He** on reaMxtabU twnu..'' .

A 'x j \ HOUSE! Mid two If As, nnmbee.l l 42! Cila gijw Ginghams. 'I'ag ;nu: and Rope, Bagging 4n4 Twin W are ww reeiving per ErHj Gto.T. W tn," } JOSEPIIO.TAYWE.
from
> a ?"itrue-lit fgentleinens'it Nice Yorlf.
boys'last '
*tylea. ..tj- 46, theoifciiial Psnofbe: City whereon -, Br<>wn end ISles Canton""WoVwlVare, w. i. DENNIS & CO. n general assortment cf tea- Mnniicll<,, Sept 8,1923.1 J-2m
sonal.le GOODS
SADDLERY. CUTLERY. GOOD3.
All of lucia wp 0ot for sale! *t prices lo oorrevjtit (ably situated br a siuail family, with kilcben an I Ia 1 Bro'p and Blue D<>ra eticsCnickeTy; .** IItRDtVARE. HATS .tND CAPS, PorSalef TI

''( | with th
Itou Crop. Kekpectfully. ;!I j ly. Price low for cash. Enquire of Theodore Ball, Tick, [Iron,,Stel and Kails.D. \ FINE lot of Havana Se nrs sn-I Tntceo. tC, _c1. mar te seer- At the Cit! Hotet
i Applr'tJeuM.
McNAUOHT.( ORMOND i CO..sjr.tt or the unJers-Dd.! NANCY EBORNSept. : C, WILSON _tt W. L. DENNIS A CO. which we bare ?!cjteJ withtntci car and will cell L. Rtgers. r to $ S. Knight, E.qi. -; :,
Fu I at fair price C. A. S
O.-1 S, 1L 40 S3. lh.l'i. S3 If 1t'S. J. M EG ISNISS.
| $ I
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The Floridian & Journal -I! NEW' GOODSI I THKOTOH IN 4 HOTJES I WAKULLA IRON WORKS, 1 1Ne WILLIAM P. SLUSSER, Tallahassee FOtt ALE Real Estate

FLORIDA.
TALLAHASSEE
I DPoxrt E'ln. ,
published every SATURDAY yr.IE.3 'AT THE- -_ ateSt!?! : il.hJn.. J W. ',
c s MASUFACTrjRKIt OF CorrER,TI AD ShEET IN pnr" : rec.Jt're..r \
s. JONES .& CIIAS. K DYKE, v- ., ; ; ; : Ii.k..r, 'e Circuit t.f Florida! irChiniet
FUll RETAIL
----- eASH ST0EE7V -'- This EstalJMnifnt i Sow Under Blin JuaN WARE, WHOLESALK AM j rj 'w ill le sold en tie fit M.a\:!
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I iLt Two DofIo.r annniu. in advance.fERMS ; ; -...-- DEALER is PLUX, FANCY AM> JAI\ :InI I (the sixth 8itiI. Pecemltr, next, at the Court h.i.ioi
TALLAHASSEE! "
_- ; the death of Mr. Pond. Mr. GEO. .,. KING 'VA RE. > 'faUahaasse. T.-RX I CT No. 118. Nrrth ad OF ADVERTISING.n I '- I :OTILTOIVfe CIIATTAnOOCIIEC, I SINCE tken charge; all communication, therefore I Sto"C Hoa l-Qnnrtcrj! 'of Tal..! b.; Mee; h.tg the li t rn'wl.idi the Mtthodurr..t

< .qtireotI2 lines,or lest.firt insertion. (1 ('0 I LATEST STYLES FOR I work Ac. should be addressed to him. *.t,nt Church :..uuated.
_ _ .. Mail Line relfve.tl I A SPLENDID a ..rtment Cooking, ParVrJt .
each subsequent tO I U. S. coming under the head of .this business TEr: -Cn'U.ir.: (ath. the balance on a credit
\ with
trimmed neatness
i-nd Wood Stove, ,
I .I' tVsi">naliDl Busivei Cardinserted atf 10 per FALL -ANDWINTERI i will be prtmp fly, mechanically and neatly executedat I of i", a"o I ( yen*, the ruchuer gi.iR
reduced
prices.
I and at
durability
-4 Vt Scx"eek1y -moderate a charge price of labor, do, will I \ i ltt with approved: tcurity for tie deferred pay
\.ir.rt . justify.This .
.i.."r'.r.111. be cootinu until forbid. and charged I SILKS AND DELAINS, I /il(07, c. in.. Friday I Establishsient is not kept up for the purposeof Roofing. Ornamental Front Head, Guttering, Cop to pay for title! dwd. aI
: -T'lHutly. to dear I I I and Tin Conducting Pipes Sheet Lead JL'NIUS Special MjsU-
bought
making ( )
and Satur. money strange say per 1 TAYLOI.
: $ 'Vrtificates of publication fcf leg al or estate Pup1in ami Merinoen, Cloths and Clothiag.Doiiustics Leaves Chattahoochcc Tuudays I experience has demonstr.ited to roe,it 8 cannot be donein I Zinc, Pipes Patent Ci tem Pumps. Shop work Sept 1B53. _
-I "'rtM% s WIll not b. given until the adveitwmg f
Ribbons aixl Trimmings Linsey* and Flannt-ls Apalachicola and the Stagefrom Tallahas- of the unfortunate, who happen to have Ei every' : Insolvent Estate Notice.

t P"I,1.BLACKSMITlIING- Cloaks Embroideries.nd Mantillas i Hosiery Hats BlaukeU and and Kerseys, sec, Fla., and Bainbridge, Co., glues left and such like, to repn! City mul Country IhanrtAre STATE OF FLORIDA, )
Caps call befois JEFFERSON f
I I respectfully invited to give me a pr fBW.
LV GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK tf The Pattern Stock, MaJiinery Toll tc., Iting .COlXT1.
BOOTS AND SHOES, pniS LINE is now in first-rate order. The wnole Large in Oideiand Good Condition I chasing elsewhere.J3 F.DVAHDS. Sheriff and Admini.trat.tr

0ZNonCE Carpets and Oil Cloths Iron and Nails, JL Stock has been renewed with new and comfor- Jolt can be Turned. Out vithffealness I I N. B. All articles mintif.xcrcod. the very e otdn. cf the Ftate, of Ji.hn B. Scott Ut"

is hereby given that Cornices and Cui tains. !I Paints and Oils] able Hacks. The Drivers are careful, eottr and accommodating. and Uitpatth. .I bert material and warranted dmlte. No other art, of.- county. d'aie'J has filed in the Pro.
_ Cl'SI- Hardware and Cutlery I Bagging and I allowed Iewillb offered for sale. bate t.fCce of written su<;iestiinthat
"" I o Rope A liberal allowance of baggage Shafting Pullic, Plumber Boxes, Hangings 'for Jett''n eounty. I
[ continued. heretofore Crockeiy and Glass-ware, '!'Salt aud .Fish, I to each passenger. fchaflingi. Spur Gearing Water and Slum Pipe, October 20, 1855. 42'- be }. -tate .:John] B. Scott, to I U
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at tbe OLD STAXD of D, C. WILSOX, in the GROCERIES AX!) FRUIT. Stop C.cks, Gauge Grate Bars, Plow Castings -- -- ---- insult-cut :
5tc.
name style aud firm cf I a AGENTS : I Srgar Cb. Upright Saw Mill and Wines, Sy'ups, 1 L rd''r", nt'tieci i. given t<> all persons havnu;
A general assortment of the above articles now com ,. Rolers. Brandv Sparkling ceder cliiu agairtt aiJ F.ttl. to fiUth.-
At Milton, JAS. A. CHAFFIV, Gust Gearing Circular and Upright Saws .tc. Otlr appear aol
H. B. Fitts & Co. ing into Store, and offering Geneva, Ala. W. D. MONROK, I LOWEST CASH PJtICES! W. SMITH 0 & I [ Dranel1 Cheriica, or before the 21 til day Janurnut.,
J. wlll''t1er
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Crateful for the heretofore extended them, Campbelton, Notice. In Fact, ir the Place for all that Want I ateira. -
patronage W. NI Work in this Line Done Right and with! Sherry Sardine,, \ill be a pro-rata Ji'tribution of"the !b..lol.-nt I
1.L Dispatch.
; they am now better prepared and dctcrmiueJ to FOR CASH OK ITS EQUIVALENTS : Mariana D. COLI"X. some a dozen up myself constantly Splrkling Gehtine, Preserved Quinct'. I to sail| EctaM. amorj ',t the creditors thereof. at

SPARE >0 PUSS COUATKY PIJODUCC, I Passengers Chalahotle can taken through with certainty, Having running, hal, Enlint to be erectedthe I I Flavoring Extraets. Pears, which time the "I.l B. W. EdvtanL m',1: apply .'
and with comfort eu I Ycitet Powders. Tamin.l. I l.is final discharge, from the administration .f silt!
ORBankab1o- security, fame cause must keep it up. Therefore, you can .
I. en their part to necomnWtte a'l who msy favor GEO. D. FISHER, Prop'r. and Con'r. always rely on having work done at the I, Spanish Olive,. Spices. Estate. THOMAS J. CHACE

them with their patronage I'cijer.GEORGE June 12. 1853. 21tfPLANTERS' Corn Starch. PiekIe:. Judge .
SUCH AS \\\ :COTT.I I -- -- - -- I WAKULLA IRON WOItKS. I I Wo'cestershire Sauce. Salad Oil, July. 17. lSfi. 29f.niNotice. .

Sept. 18, 1853. 33 !. EngPh Miatard. Capers. --- -
Horse Storing, Ironing and Re- I HOTEL Clare. Cot-na. .

O pairing Carriages and Hug MCHARDSON'SDAMASKS I 5THE i, But Here Comes the .JVeif Imjtortant Thing AMES A.LIVELY.I SIX month ,after date. I bill present my fitch)

Plantation rmrlc of J 5, 1856. n'cunt and vouchers to the Hon. Ji-shge; of I'm
gics, Tallahassee Fla. j PAY PAY PAY I Januaty '
description, I R.I Sa x. iEN: S .1; r -- ---- bate Jelft-rJon county, a* mlminitrat "de bom
every "
ilt S. of the Estate of j'cl.n U Ix>flon, late of snul
You will send to New York P Bal- Sale Stable. .
and .
\Va &c. lhJeJpl.ian.J Livsrv
JI//7/ Irons and repairing same, Ironing DIAPERS; SUBSCRIBER would respectfully ilrJI tmo-e and have work done, tlr a moment ennty. deceased, and askLr a dicltarssfrorui

_ gons and Carts CONSUMERS of ItCBUIISo-l' Linen, and thofe friends and the public generally that the dreaming! of credit, but here at home, where there are l Ul E undersigned ;"s notice aJnlili.trati 'n GEO. W. BI.VCKBUUN, nit
'tnd ill fact every other discription cf work made of Vx' desirous of obtaining the <7rn'tu. youth, shouldsee above wel-lnuwl HOTEL will be opened I the no Bank or Banking facilities, or surplus capital, jou that he Ills pur- Admt'r. de bonis 1 1.

Ircn and Steel all cf whkh we TTAKKAXT and pledye that the articles they purchase arc sealed with telon.day August next. He invites the atten want 1. 2!, 3. 4 and years credit and then requireone k7; .; : _. :, chased the Livery Stable frI __ April 10 lui; 15-6rn .

onrselves to execute at the shortest notice. .the full name of the firm the public to itsFacities to ride from. 60:to 500 miles! P>r pay and probably I Ailium H. Newsom, in Tiillj! i
II. B. FITTS Feb.27. ISIS. 9-ly I as a gnarantte of the soundness and durability of the I prepared to on bM-ines in al! its hransianti ,. -. .
immediate vltinity of the most desirable amount in collecting this this frconrnging I carry
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I I Good l'igIjt' 'cs the pnblic with good accommodations I' }Month! Hr date I shall present to t! e Hon
business portion of the city presentsSUPERIOR Home Indu trj I BO, you be surprisedthat proun s"h
I \ Jud.rc- in mid for the of M.
i This caution is rendered essentially necessary as I it does not thrive \ I in his line on reasonable term J'r.bul': county idH -
I large quantities of inferior and defective Linens are I INnzcBJIE.Y1'SI Arraugenunfs must he made for payment before UCIIARD SAUNDERS I <-n. my final ktryunt and voucher, as administratorofthefetatc

I prepared season after reason and sealed with the to the traveler of business or pleasure, and is unsurpassed I delivery of work, through some House in this pl.tc, j Sep. C, 1856 33 ;I f.f Unl.ard Hnn fn. dectselI sod

t name of }Richardson by Irish Houses, wb, regardless in nil its appointments for the enjoyment of i bt Marks, or Tallahassee-that is fur enough from I -- --- hall thrn apply for I final 4iiiM-hcarge :. adnimi -

of the injury thus inflicted alike on the American I EASE AND COMFORT A TiE LUXURY OF home. FULTON FOUNDRY; I .tration. I. M. HARRISON, Allmt.
: consumerand the manllf.lcturt't8oCthe Goods : Mav_ 8.ltIR.. 19-f.tn
genuine You may be good, but we cannot run after our -- -- --
i will not readily abandon a business so profitable. GOOD LIYL.G. hard earnings in this Department. Besides, when I Ta11aha.ssee, F1n.I i ---Natlc-e. -

w bile-purchasers can be imposed on with Goods of a 05- ihs TERMS are Q I Lib'r i i. credited out, parties try hard to m.ike themssles r to inform the

I worthless character.J. C. HOWARD FISIIEU.July believe it i is not half done, because they owe I .L public UXDEItSIKED they 110 ase.cittetl themselves ia ; SIX months after date, I sh'l present my final
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BULLOCKE business, under the name anti stjle tffardy
I 36 Church St., New York. 31, 1858. SI-t DANIEL LADD. I I Probate for Jcfft-rsou county as admiui"trator ex

St'pt.. 18. 165t. 38-ly Baya t.do of the Cctate of athni,1 Fulsoni. .!feca'etl,
:1 0 NEW STOKE-NEW GOODS. New p.r11y 11, 1857. C8 t COt
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for ill
tt aik a di".Iar e from 11 aelm'ni"trtion.nt.l.
: I 1- 1EErPCIIcLrpIIE -- --- -- ---- f.Jr the purple of following t tle trade ofFosndi re :and ANDREWS, late Sheiitfand

SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform the citIzens WEBER & DANNHEIMEB, -----Lands-for-i I Machinists, and are prepared execute:1 kind. of I AdmtV. exi>fii.ia

I JL Tallahassee and vicinity that the excrci MERCHANT TAILORS State .f Flori.rl. I work appertaining to this bu! !. Engines May 1. 1S3S. 13-fini
Ames & Livelv 1 I and warranted sati.sf.ictmn. -- -------
i' I Circuit, funll hell to order to give
!es of his SCHOOL will be resumed ou MONDAY, :MiI.Ic
the AD \LERSIN Lewis Curtis }>iath1. Thnrelon, }.in I I Sugar Mills anti I Castings of all kinds rondo with Notice.
just received the following 'argeand well i 4th day of OCTOBER next. J Lu County.
HAVE assortment of BRUSHES, which are The studies will embrace the Ancient Langaagcs RE.4DJ-JIA/E CLOThING Trustees the Apatachicola I In Chancery. neatness and die patch. Plans and estimates furnishedof i SIX months after date I shall present my final ac

offered for sale on as reasonable terms as can be afforded I Mathematics. Natural Sciences aud F.ngli-h. Students AND t Land Company, and others. jURSUANT I all kinds of Machinery and Enginseitng. They "' and "olcl..r.to the Hon.JuJg/ of Probatefor

ia any Southern )Market viz: will Le prepared to enter College. Having GENTLEM'ENS'-FURNISHINC GOODS. to a Decree rendered in this cause, arc alit> sole agent for Hoard L S.ns Steiftn Engines. J.fT.rson county. admii>i"trut<.r of the E.fate

Paint Brushes) ground from 0 to 000000 'I had considerable experience in teaching the subscriber '- 1) the subscriber will sell by auction, at the pH I' for Ginning Grist Cotton Mills for Grinding steam and horse Sawing and Har.ri.n's : of John' R. BL-kMje' ; *( late of said count. de
do do do Oopperbound from No. 1 to 6, I hopes by energy, zeal and close attention to the SUBSCRIBERS are now I ces and ti tie, herein specified al the'lamts belong. or pWE'r. al.II"1 AT a discharge from raid luliniimtration.

White Wash Brushes of all grades and sizes ; duties of the school-room. to obtain a share of public I I THE Store next to Messrs. O. d opl'ning. I ing to aid Company f'mbmce.il.Tfie J-'uii.-: Pu' WILLIAM BAYA, THOS.O. ODEItlmt!

Window do IIor! do : pal ronage. As compute and l thorough an Education flies a well selected Stock of SPRING Ptj, "ale" and lying in cluuht's of Le"n, Wlkull. JOHN CARDY. Miv 15. lSS'e. CO-Cni'

Shoe do in pairs aud with top knot*. I CUB be obtained at this school as at any other I SUMMER GOODS suitable for i Gadsden arid Lberty. via : f's! lands lying in May SO,'57. 52-ly"jET -- -

Sea Root Bath Brushes, i institution in the State. WEAK, first two will be sold at TALLAHASSEE --, -- -. Notice."V'OTICEislifriby .
do d> Velvet do To Gentlemen residing in the country this school I in GKYTLE./'XS! English Cloths Casimeres I on the seventh ((7th) day of December, and those NAT i given that lix monrfa aft.-r

Horse Hair Flesh do curved and plain offers more than ordinary inducement, as the subscriber consisting. and vestings par of the latest ani style and best quality lying in the last two will be sold at QUINcY, on the JLi date, applicutiou I Ixe made by the, Mibvctiber -
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Tooth Hair and Nail Brushes, in great variety.Infant's designs paying the strictest attteutiou to I I which they are prepared I to make up to order in I' fuuiteenlh ((14th) day of December next. XNSUBANCE CONPANY tn the Hon. Ju.l.jc lf Probate _f Leon (t'IUt
do do the speedy and thorough advan cment of those pu- workman-like fashionable manner and OB REASONABLE These laud*, comprising about a million o acres, I fir >i final discharge adminitra anti a.lmln!
H.r.o do Flesh Glove, pus desiring to embark in commercial pursuits, besides a :11 extend from the St. Marks to the : a ,
I *. Also good assortment of I Apnlachict.JHv. OF HARTFORD.Intorporatftl radix .f the state (>f J<4m T.tuni. drrcn. e L
_ Wire bound Stencil Brt1S H. being Cheaper in rates than any school in this TEX I ers; they exhibit every variety of r not' : JOHN li. ',.
do do marking do place. In conuection with the school, a class for I EEALY-MADE CLOTHING, I to this latitude, including,
lion biund Roof d l fo BOOK- KEEPING I con.:t'rtg' cf Fine Black and Colored Cloth Frock i cedar and juniper ; the soil is adapted to the growth in Hlartti Fnprual. J'ayJO. 1?5& -b I.I.tOYV. AJIx.

Handle Ser ib do will be opened and a thorough practical course of 1 Coats. Fancy Cassimere, Business Coat Black and II of grain, cotton-long and tbort staple t.tarco. and I ._ _: __ ______ _
Pvcnah end Lackering: do study will be pnrsued. Student in thin branch will I Colored Raglans and Ovei Coats, Back and Fancy sugar-cane. The water abound in fish, forest CASH CA I.I'I-SI,000,000. Notice.
Guilders tips and Graining Cainhe.Camel's be I Doeskin aDd Cassimere Pants, Figured Grenadineand : with materials for hip-building and naval stores. .
I required daily to write out business transact iocs, ISM'RE AGAINST LOSS ANP WAGE BT }FIRE : month* after iljt.- l.ull -nt .'rat! > _
Hair and Badgers Blenders, and this Lave the Fancy Silk and Cassimere. Y(st. i TEI:3lsOnethird of the plrchaae money to SIX pr my
by becoming
do do Pencils, mean rare with opportunity of -ALSO- I b paid in cash the balance in one and two years, ON TERMS .\J.\'J) T> Tn r HAZAUI), .,_ l.unt and vnucrurs ti) tie II",. JI''' rf'r\ < -
the
Shaving Brushes-Badger, Buffalo anj Bristle. intimately acquainted practical operation equal instalments with ight cent interest AND CONSISTENT WITH TIE LAWS bate tit J./rqn CMintlj. ft* ad i i.>i.trator cx ..tii. (
as well as the theory of thii suject. A good of black and fancy silk cravats I I per
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Hat do important and tics aArtmE'Ut, a]Ik and cotton under shirts, I from date of purcl'a: tilt to be made bv the Receiver OF COM i'ENSATI.lN. I .>f the E.tlt.(.f.tiI It.i Wwl. laee'f.siilr'trscs. -
Together with a large lot of Paints and Painters; Materials. socks hi.t", tc. when all the purtha money is paid" I B. C. Li\VIS, Agent eeif-t-d!I. u'k fir a lihuge' fro ai-l .fciii.:MI:.-
T K Inl A : I clan subscribers I"ve. and not entire The sale will be positive ani,! withoct -jerre. Tallahasse and tit n. WM. II. ANDREW, lafp .'h.'rrtriir.dadiiiiiristruti
beginners Ticlit
new
are }

Nov. 14. 1857. 47 Ancient. Languages of English, Mathematics including nnd higherbranches B-M>kkeeping j ly unknown to the community and they plNbe] August JOHN 28, rEARD.. 1l.iHr. &c. __ August 15, 1S57. __S3 _____! 5. 1Sr..<. 23-fim r .M tfiriJim .'

session cf themselves to give l.ti"fartiol to all who may Tlabassec. I' ----- - -
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per 5 mouths 17 50 t
: them with their 44 The following are to ptiMi-h The Original Extra Quality
United States Mail Line Primary 10 t 0 I patronage. f papers requested Notice.S" .
:WKBKR, the foregoing once a week until the 7th diy] of Decembir '
-rROM'NETV rATABLE HALF IX ADVANCC.D. I next, and sond bills to the R.reiverIont.- CORN STARCH. ;IX month after date, I hall! preort my final
I L. DANMIEIMER.May I I .! Kn.rhrr to the ll.. Ju f Pro
: 'count ass n 'g <>
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TO KEY WESTA
ORLEANS B. C \YTOX. gomery Advertiser and] Confederation, ; Columbus ; [PREPAREDTpresiy for Pnd"i". Ire CreaM, .,
I, 186ft. 18 f Ktatcf
Leon admii.ifdatt
b.it of ct'sntv U
N DFRORWA- Any infi>rmition required can be obtained by ap-- I Tilu.it Sentmnl ; Macon Telegraph; Augusta Con- JL Cakes, Bance Mange, CUt:: Pi. I'.ni"i. im e
Kitliniil: I> ;j.ite of i-ad I I. I
PORTS I p'lCHtion to the subscriber at his reridcace or .t the DENTISTRY.----! I itutionali-t! ; Savannah Georgian and Republican Received fresh by AMES ,!LIVELY.Oct. :' ;En roniity.feceaM an
d" .uilaclnll"i.tr:1ti...
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'/a'.TERJIElYIA ask f..r" di-darg.! fiom
Store ot Col R. II. BUt 1'. I Charleston Mercury and Courier ; Wilmington Jour- I, l8i7. 42
tEOTEB: win! TilE 1838. Standard Uickmond T I E.: U. (ilUS AiJinfr.
Sept.. 26 nil ; Raleigh : Enquirer; : !; ---- %
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DR. T. J. CUR: I
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STE'AJ/E/l ISABEL I : l'I? ee ; Newport Quincy Republic --
Reports. -- ---- -
tot. HAVVfA AND CRASLFSTOX AT air WEST. ;j Exeeutors'jile. TT7ILL continue, in future, the prae- .' : \; Columbia South Carolinian, and New York Florida Notice.SIX .
1 > tice of DENTISTRY" in South s i Journal of Commerce. /COMPLETE in 6 volumes. :'
,. --- I mo tic, after the first pnblitntion' of Om no -
.t. be sold -
TyiLL KI Talljbsseeon t1e first Monday Georgia and Middle und East Florida. SCHEDULE V.' JL HOBBY. I
OF TRAINS ; !cDOrOAL.o '. the tinder-i"neiI, adniini t"r ,-f tltr E.
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THE SOUTHERN I T in December.if( '>f sooner at pr-: He has had several 'par practical experience in the 5, 1837. < ,
Sept
ON THY : : t"t. nf John IU < doitT .deeeaoeil late oflWn e..i i .
vate sale.) the valuable PLANTATION, formerly profession the last three of which has been in those I ;
Steamship CompanyOF ,: owned by Judge John Whitehead. It is situated on sections of country. His work is of the mrst beautiful FLORIDA RAIL ROAD i Blacksmith i ty. will prestnt his fitul ,"'.iH>l tu tlw Jn ,U*.'f PMbte -

dt ; Lake Jackson, six miles from Tallahassee and contains and durable character aud satisfaction is guaranteed ad ( cf Leon county and ask t. !. ii t.llllrJ.LJOJIX

NEW ; ORLEANSHAVING alimit 1500 acres, (all hammock land) in a high I in every instance. II 5 ea; JnTe Sfioeity Estal>? \ D. REICh!}.RT. Ac'mt'r.

taken the mail contmct Sea Steamers for above ports' state .>f cultivation. The improvement conql'ting'of All communications sent to Monticello. Fla. w'i g. I rP E SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform May 2 t. S3_'. 22-Cm
first class regularly -
two a dwtll.mj house Overseer house, cabins for 100 negroes receive attention as soon a previous engagements : 1 vicinity that HENRY .
LEAVES
twice a month, Meeting in the Spanish Hole on the I f I titiznl ofTulaha..eeand Notice.SIX
gin house Ac.. are frame buildings and in good will will .
15th and 29th, and leasing the aaae evcniu order. For further pnrticulirs. address prmit. .. --', ./ ... ; (SUNDAYS EXCLPTKD,) IICK carry on Months after the first publication ..f thin no

TilE STEAMER SPRIt F" J. WHITEHEAD, Berzelii. Ga. arrival of Steamer from Charleston and S.i- I BL.1CKSJITl ItUSINESS I. the undersigned i administrator of the Estate
ON
will leave New Port in the morning, and St. Marks T. ,M. BERRIEN, REFERENCES : I connecting CalUhan with Stage for I in all its various branches, and is prepared. tn executeall of Antonio Botolo. deceased, late of Leon county

terminus on the arrival of the Can from Tall.nbnsse, j C. C. WSl'. Oov. M. S. PJPRRT, Florida. Trader's Hill and CrntreII", Ga. ; at Baldwin with orders with neatness and dispatch. His wick w ill present lii",final account tnd vouchers to tlJuiUjetf ..

taking mail passengers, baggage and freight to aud I I.UCUOfS. {J. R. WHITEHEAD Hov. J. L. SEW \ Tbomssville ,, Stage for :! ; Bridge 'with Stage will be warranted to be equal to that of any oil T : Probate of said county nn-l ask! to I,. .Lsclisrtf ; -
.
from the Stearser and returning in season f 5r the afternoon T M. KEELEY, Hox.P.E.IxvE. { a II for Middleburj; and at Stark with Stages fer New- I I Blacksmith here elsewhere and will guarantee j'. R. A. ShINE, Admt'r.

train. Sept 25. 858. 39tJ.Notice. Io W. S. DlLWOBTU, )l MonticehIo.Fla. nansville, Gaitih. Micauopy Fleinington, 'IJI ati.f.ctiOI in cverv ( I June 19. 15S. 25-6m
The travelling public can now :: assured that tM.lontlesired W. E. HAMILTOX, f Ouala. I HORSE SHOEING JOn Repairing and Ironing I -- .

and frequently attempted communication 10". J. C. McGncE. ) Majison.FlaGKX. LEAVE Starke t'sily( oatxlays pXl ptt'd.) on arrival ( all Vehicles, plantation work, and all other II Notice.
to and from the above ports is in such bands a C. Pont [ v. StAe anti connecting at Feruandina with I .I l.mlchl appertaining to his business OIX Montis from the first publication this notice

to warrant permanency and success. "V TOTICE is hereby given that app bit will be 1 WHIT SMITH, Alligator, Fla.ApHl r and Cha.Jesto 0: Monday i ( will receive careful and prompt atten kj the undersigue-1 will exhibit his fii.al aenxiritand

Passengers havieg slave servants mutt tee to 1.1 made to the next General Assembly of the 25,1P7.! 1 Tuesday Wednesday and l ldaJ. tion. R. II. BERRY I vouchers as administrator flf the Estate cf John

eleartng them at tbe Custom H-trsse, before going on State cf Florida for Charter to build a Rail Road --- \V'S. I. COLE, Sup't. Feb. 13, 1858. Agent. i W. Ar!jle, dcceaMd. late of Leon county, to the
board. from some point on the St. Johns river, rt TJT near P. B. DrOKA May 1. 1858. 18 -- I Honorable J i'ge..C' Probate. J3T" Also look after your Bageage yourself.For I I."k 1amt'y. to sonic point on Indian River. LIVERY AND SALE STABLES -----VALUABLECotton ---- Pure Zinc WhTteiGROUND to be discharged.

further particul rs, Apply' to September 18, 185$. 28-3m i n. c. LEWIS Atlmt'r.1fay2. .

DANIEL LADD AenI.'ew I ___ ___ TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Plantation ( in prepared LlSSEBl OIL ) 2. 1'4't.' 21-Cm

POit. Fla.. July II. 1657. 23 Plantation &c for Sale. I Y 'fl E Proprietor woul. inform Q/q.'OO Al'KW. inJEFFERSOXCO.. FLA"TOGhTlIEK !. \T7"E have just received a fresh supply of thN newT -- --- -- --- -- -

--- I j hie the with 118 SLAVES THEREUS. T and beautiful White, dire -t from the manufactory Notice*

DISSOLUTIONPARTNERSHIP. I OFFER; for sale my PLANTATION situated _. _ public that be has rebuilt his_ _ IXCLl'mXUtARXIZG !JPLBJlrn' /- and offer. it to the public with most perfect I months from the first publication of this notice

; miles east from B.iinbiiilge containing 500 acres I I arge thick Stables, at the old stand, and is now ('RoP.'. STOCK, cOI.fdlnCe. as possessing all the qualities w hich ren I Idtr SIX undersigned Executrix of the lad Will aol I

OF I of land 300 under improvement. There are also upon prepared to accommodate Ins friends and customers &<-.. S.tLl.rp ':. I I i>io t J *iralle, viz : Its incomparable i twttament f D-ti.u-1 L.IIou k, deceased late of Leon
tbe premises a good and convenient framed dwelling He also has attached to his Stables, a good Blacksmith 0 brilliancy of Color,free Join from 11 pwonoM* qvnlitiff county.. w ill: present her anal account to the Judge
firm of A. R. COMBS A CO., is this di, SUflSCRIBERS anxioM t
TilE day house a goJ:1 of water a gin house and i Shop, where be will have have done all kind rf being > fff.t a -nerrr injnriny the Jitalth f the workmen, or of Probate o. ,aid county anti ask to be disthsrgid.SUSANNA.H .
bv mutnal consent. The business mile 1., their located
division of
It. Fcrt'w. negro out buiJdin suitable for a Plantation] work, Horse shoeing ,and Carriage work in joint l1pttV. a aOvt.. inmates of newly painted siiarti11ent-ts tlurability I UOUCK, Ext'LJuly
continued Ly C. WILLIAMS who is aloneauthorized have concluded to offer private -
plantation cf fee abu'.e Je Also 800 bush the very best manner and with promptness and dig- in the most exposed eituatum, and its great superiority 3. 1838. 27-Gn. _
tic affaiia the which
to ttle of firm.A. about be
The Estate contains 4500 acres, can
ala cattle, hog 2 mules I of and which -- -- '
c.m yoke oxen patch. to White Lea-l in all the various tines to I
U. COMBS a cart Also of house bold and kitchen ditidod into 2 or 3 trac's ample size, according to For sale ---Notfce----
a variety Novemr>er 5. 1858. 44 the latter has herettfore been applied. by
H. C. WILLIAMS. the view of The lands equal in value I
-- --- -- buyers. are
furniture. At the same time will be offered for hire, -- --- ---- AMES & LIVELY. ,
July tb. 1858. 6 negroes The above property if not previously disposed Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, to similar lands in that State. Besides the lands! I SIX month after the first publication- this no
I slaves and the usual of 3, 1853. 14 the nntlmigned administrator of the Estateof
there are US quantity mules Apri f'
of will be sold at public vendue the first
on P. B.
For Sale
All pvrong indebted to the lain firm of A. R. Monday in January 1859 at said place. Any by Brokawj horses, hogs! cattle, corn, fodder & We invite proposals MILES NASH C07 -- Heery B. Bradford: ,deceased, will present his final

Combs A Co, for tbe year 1865 '66, and 1857. eith- wishing to ptiruhaee the above, can obtain person I q"IIE Subscriber has just received a for the who property i gross, but we will I 6 account and apply to tbe Judge of Probate of Leon

4 er by note or account are requested to come forward information by communicating with the neccsnr, .1. very large supply of Carriages, sell the lands in such parcels a- buyers may select Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. county for a discharge from his administration of said.

I and settle immediately It. C. WILLIAMS. resident at the above plantation. 6ubibr Buggies, and Harness which he otfets after viewing them. The slaves would he sold 'with t TUST received from New York per bark R.U.Gamfj I Eblate. EDWARD BRADFORD Adinfr.June

July 17. 1858. 29-3m [Sent copy. MARY C. STAFFORD. I for sale on tb* most reasonable terms. I or without the lands, as might be agreed on ; but I ble! a general assortment of articles in our line, 5. 1858, 23-Gm__
I
Decatur, Sept. 18. 18J8. SS-tf November 18, 1854. 4 j>o=Fe.eion ennnot b given until the end of tins year I such as Oils of almost every kind Burning Fuia. I Notice.
-- -- be secured till
Oak & Hickory Spokes. -------------- a the grow1n1 cot.o crop cannot White Lead, Zinc and other paints Window Ga 0
James D. Galbraith Valuable Lands that best quality Puttv. Brushes, Potash Sparkling I months aftet the first publication of this no
'"l'HE undersigned i give notice Carriage inakeis In the absence of the undersigned, E. C. Cabell, Gelatin*,London Mustard. French Sa,(very best,) I SIX the undersigned administratrix of the Estate

A. Planters, tc, that they are now engaged in La S t1r'v-y-cr. (NEAR TALLAHASSEE,) FOR SALE. who will return from Furl'p.n or before the firstDecember for medicinal Spices, Pepper, Lemon Syrup of FUtcher Whitaker. deceased, late of Leon

Manufatfariog Waegon and C4rril e Spokes bv' Machinery PLATS OF FARMS Ac, executed I pursuance of a decree of the Hon. J. WnyJe next, and < b communicated withat Inks.Quinine.purpe. Bark. Fluid Extract Buchu I county. will preset her Snal aieount to the Judge of

at Gov. fall's Steam Mill at the Tallariassse "lAP .. IN Biker, Judge of the Middle Circuit of Forida. in Tallahassee. Florida applications may be made ic., ic_, and general assortment of Popular Patent Probat. Of saki county,and ask to be discharged.
I
Itailro.td Depot. and wid keep every variety OFFICE opposite Court-house in building occupied I Chancery sitting will b sold on tire first Monday to his brother II. C. Cabell. E.or Messrs. Goddess Medicines. We keep none but the very best and : SARAH WHITAKER Admfr.

reasoned Oak and Hickory constantly on band, by 5t Gslbraith.Sejt I I being the sixth day of DCf'mbr next, at the Courthouse et fc Apperson, of Richmond to merit your patronage. i Sept. 11, 1S3S.37-6m:
which they will sell ou such terms as to make it an Lng i in following lands belonging to Persons to purchase vitbei the lands or hop MILESNASHCO. _

object to all to purchase from them. The following -_ 1. 37IJCOMMISSION _ the Ta1alse.Henry B. Bradford deceafed. (cntin slaves, can dispe them by calling on Mr. G. F. March 29,1856 18 I --Plantation for Sale

is the scale of cash prices delivered at tbs Factory : & I ing eleven hundred and ten acres more or ) comprising Morns, the manager of this estate, who1 take ---- ---- of ,Florida..
Columbia counts-. State,
t Buggy Spokes per tbousmd..H cents each, some of the mOt valuable cotton lends in pleasure in showing them, and will any SITUATED m It eonsisU
South of Alligator.
MERCHANTS to-wit information in his E. C. CA BELL. BOOK-BIDIG. I mile
'actt 5 Leon
,
: I
county pwer. rI'HE NOW office Marl and Clay Land-
IL C. CABELL. of four hundred acres
Carriage nnd 1 bore Waggon Spokes 6t POJdra Street, South | S W i Sec. 31, Town. 2, R. I, N and E S7-3m JL PREPARED WITH There all oecisssry Buildings on the place;a great
o are
thousand ... SepLll,1858._
.61" _
per u SWI'fSE i I have been made and a part
NE" TOOLS AND MATERIALS other improvements
Carnage and.1 horse Waggon Spokes$ II OBLE.NS. .W J 6, Town 1, R. 1 --Jut Received, / of many the land now in cultivation. Constant Water MI

persett REFER TO 'SWIofSE il.. II sale by the undersigned a FOR BOOK BINDING I the Land for man and beast Good titles will U
hone thousand.
414 Waggon- Spokes.. i .
6 bone II 44 41 thousand. J. &lara & Co., Quincy I SE 4-* .1 '4Allot which tie following ar a few- citizens Tallahassee and snrrounoing country. His the same which can be purchased.would do well 7 to

6" wit.8 uAs Palmer, Munticello, 10 5 lod.Ammonia, is in the Brick office occupied by Dr. wishing to ttnJ in this County .
ozs. Shop formerly
East i of S W 4. of Sec. 8, Town. 1, Range I, Bebrine. Z. place
I will a bargain ID roy
this is something new in Florida we hope to Bar A Denham, Sf Marks N and lying East of Thomasville Road, ((0 10 6 Sulphur, Call opposite the Episopa Cth lie ia a p give me infurmatiea a call as be give by addr'HII1 ":} 5Tuatenuggee '
Mr. acre given
Filor can
West, E do work Any
be liberally patronized.. Call and lee specimens at Key more .) 15 Chinoidiue. 10.1 Nit Silver, tical Biader, and fees sure en c-I' Columbia t'OUntF..t Flcri'1-:

Mr. Kubn's Carriage. SLop in Tallabawee. lean McNaufht. N. d Ormcn A'ianta Gf. Tbe above lands lie in the immediate neighborhood 12 Cinchona 5uJp 10 E'Moei. well aDd as cheap aa it can be done eJewbtre P.O.' C. Ii. W.COLLIJ5

SCHNEIDER August U, 1858. SS-ly extending TIlomanie 25 '' A 12" Cit 17 I858 M-ly [ J Sent I June 19, 1.5S. 25
July 10, 1S8.NEW 33 the Meridian w ill be sold a body t Ir July copy. _
or in r. seem agreeable topurchacer 20 Piperine. 40' e QuinineS Cod Liver Oil. .
separate may mOt
trcu a !r- I '
Hand Strychnine, 5 Veratria,
CARRIAGE SHOP. Always on -CJAP-GRO-CmS Brands 11
8 Ibs. of Am. Sulph Ether, t PURE cf tL* celebrated t
TERMS:-Ono-third the balance a credit PLoepute 1 It FRESH
I'1"HE under? begs leave to inform the citiJL LARGE STOCK OF GROCERlESf cub o nionii, Chlorofornfl. Octbr Cferk A Co,A BusttobV. .
to
ignea A of one, two and three years, purchaser to give next will confine himself exclusively te LIVELApnl \
zeoa (TallahaAe and rincinity that be Las consisting of J_ notes with approved security for the deferred 10 lblo Potash, 30" Glycerine, (pure) .AUCTION coxMissioy For sale by: AMES t

pened a carriage shop in this place joining Bacon Sides, Pork, meats, tether with a mortgage 0 the lands, py. 2 cb Rok Potash.. ALSO when. his best talents wiI! be nsed to BUSINESS promote the 5. ISM._I*__

Drokaw's Llrery Stables 9'In Shoulders, I pay for dees to his charge. S
four oterest of those entrusting property NoticeI
of will be shown the SCO SULPII QUININEWarranted *
desirus purchasing 028.
% Hams, lets offers STOCK at reduced prices -
the formerly occupied J. L. Grocer, lie DOW the Hoa
building present
y Mr. Lawrence L shall to
the or after I apply
by and which we offVr low for ?OUR weeks date
,
where be is prepared to do all Kind of work in his and all other articles pertaining to the GROCERY the cversw the udetie pore CASI to close. R. IL BERRY. -4 Probate of JetTenoo eounty. for an order
AMES & ; cf
Judge
line at tbe shortest notice and on the most b8ine. KNIGHT 4 SHINE JUNIUS 0 L T&YLR Special Master. S58. )1 Auction and Commissi Merchant and decree for the sale of the folowiisg lands,belonging

REASONABLE TERMS, Augt 28,1858. $3 Sept, Ii. 1858. Jolyl, ept 4.1853. 36 to ibetEsCato: .t .tcer'Sur I", late of ak1

such carriage and trimming making Dewbaggies Notice.SI NoticeIS Cf1Untl, decwtseU. wit: the E i of the 3 W J. aoJthe
as painting ; of theN
Seed W
Seed
Seed tbe
W of ihe S W I, of See. 19 ; J
i
and ,and all kinds of repairing. Notce. of N. ,
wagons months after tho first publication of DO hereby given that th luhrb Widow .. all in Towu. 3. Range 5. N aU' *
Tie undersigned. is prepared to do this kind of PLANTING. th W i, : 30
FALL Lot
FOR and
.J administratrix of O. late of county, decese. 'fractional l5-
the undersigned FeDnel. and 2 of Sec.
; -wk. well and in tbe latest style M it csa be Eta AlM>, Lots N4.i
I Green Glazed Drumhead Wesley late will dlt thereof apply to 1.0 all in Township J. Range
of Rer.Jolsn afe fractioral See.24.
Nu 6 of
done at the North. A PPLICAT1GS will made to the next Legis RUTABAGA Rl1 deeu
f f by petition for 1W *lees
I All those who have this kind of work to do, and x Uture of the State b for a chatter lorI rip, I I Cabbage Ac. enotrcounty wi present fnal aot lad : Jadgo in the o Estate of deceased county according to 4. N and E.: tjuutaining iu all 480 aen* more at'diairibution. r. .
-
FJoJa. Flat Dutch Turnip, | fvoncben to Judge SVobaU and er my bUlbo To wId' the deUs cf sell Estate
I.
wish it done in a manner that will not fail to jive I I a Rail Road from Gulf water of tie a county JULIA be pay ; AtiX.
law. '
RU .
te I
I S C
atifoU( wcdd do well to call !. z.t larhr of Apalachicola, tbrongb the countieseither Just received and fo sale by ask for a discharga.LAL'RISDA Widow and of N. G.F SEL' t REBECCA
onWM. KUHN3. & IIVFLT. 1 RHODE At'16ielJ. 4 .dt'x len Sept 19, lS. $34wa
or Leon.to Georgk AMt .
th Io S Sept. 13,1853. .
1853. 5 23 ?pt.4< J&Sm :
Jolt_ 1U. ias. cs TJatll ef. :nat 7, 1'5 32 July 17, a


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