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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 16, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079928:00325
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY AUTHORITY. l I :riage, toll I cartage-,--and-. wharfage; -, compensation -I For support-- -- o..
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: to judges I advocate, per diem Asylum l twenty-si .
OF TIlE UNITE STATES.up. i for attending courts martial courts of I t I red and ninety-\
I inquiry, and for constant labor, house I Norfolk.-For i
'rent in lieu of quarters, burial of deceased : ind
< CLI1I.-An Act nwlinir;; Appropriations for l appurtenance:.
the Naval Service fur the Year etijing the thirti.I I I } marines: printing stationery, dollar
i-th of June, eighteen hundred mid fift"'llint'. I 'postage and tel :;raphin1.tnpprcheniioof Pensacola.-For c

Uc it enacted by the Senate & House 'I I deserters, oil, candles, gas, forage, ponds, and repairs
..f representatives of the United} States i straw, furniture, bed sacks spades, grounds, eighteen the
of America in Congress assembled, I shovels, axes, picks, and carpenters': i Ired dollars.
TIot: the following sums be, and they : tools::;, keep of a horse for a messenger, i Magazines.-For t
arc hereby appropriated to be I ,and of matrom washerwoman
paid I pay fc anti J completion of wo;.,
out of any money in the treasury: nut I porter at hospital headquarters and for l current: repairs at the
otherwise appropriated for the the purchase of lire for
year a engine thc useof I t Magazines : :\
ending tlc: thirtieth of June, eighteenhundred the marine barracks at headquarters I Portsmouth} New IIa i r
and fifty nine : I thirty two thousand: 1 live hundred duly Sun garriage shop an.-\

For pay of commission, warrant, & lars. I boiler room, engine 3111\
petty officers, and teamen, including I Nary Yard-For the c instruction md J repairs of all kinds, t f 'i
the engineer corps of the navy, three i i and completion of work, a-id for the I and; six hundred dollars. i
million eight hundred & five thousand ,,' current repairs at several navy yard*, i tono-For repairs o ',
four hundred and five dollars. J viz : I one> thousand; five hundred |
For provisions' for cummi>4iui, war- { Portsmouth, New Hampshire.-For j New York.-For dredgi y yo
1'antUtI }potty officers and seamen, I mooring piers for dock, extending sta-I t Ellis' island}, and repairs t 1 1ix \
including; engineers: and marine ct- bles, completion of duck bilSiu,'rcp'\il's Ii, thousand eight hundred .''
laclicd} to vessels for sea service nine of floating dock, & repairs of all kinds, Philadelphia.-For repai"'
hundred and forty one thousand} seven fifty two thousand two hundred: and} 1 inds, one thousand dollars.

lamnrcd dollars. fifteen dollars. Norfolk. --To complete ut.....
For surgeons' necessaries and appIi'I'I 13oston.-For reservoirs, boiler h'just! j building I continuation of sea wall aonagazinc
ances for the sick and hurt of the chimney and boilers at rope walk, altering I and for iron crate at Fort I I"orfolk. listed to retrain .-? _.
including the engineer & marine corps i I tar kettle, machinery: and bobbins I ]\ sixty-one thousand two hun- t,I clothing; and so forth, now received b
thirty two thousand oue hundred and j for rope walkto complete machine Ired and sixty-five dollars. boys enlisted in said corps, under tl t
fifty dollars. I shop, and for machinery for machine l'enncola.-For repairs of all kinds, l lone ; authority of the Secretary of the Nay; t tSEC.
For increase, repair, armament, and I shop & foundry} extension of dry dock I thousand dollars. 4. And !be it further cuactc'; ,
equipment of the navy, including the I and repairs of all kinds, two hundred Mare[ Island, California -For shell I That to defray the expenses; and con ''
wear and tear of vessels in commissionfuel I & three thousand five hundred dollars.I I louse, magazine, keeper's house and} I pensation of a commissioner:: to the r
for steamers & purchase of hemp I New York.-For boiler house and grounds, tank house and filling room, I l public of Paraguay, (should it bc deem 1
for the navy two million eight hundred I setting boilers, water pipes, drains, 'ail way and cars to transport: powder I ed proper 1 I by the President to appoii t
and fifty thousand dollars : Provided, I quay walls, sewer extended to quay t to and from magazine, shot beds, clean- one,) :in execution of the joint resoli
That there shall nut be purchased any I wall, boiler to dredger, timber basin, i ng and piling shot and shells, eleven : lion of the present session'"to.' the ajustment < #
larger quantity of hemp of foreign I repairs of oakum shop, filling ponds in t housand four hundred and fifty dol : of difficulties with tho Ilepul
growth for the use of the navy than yard, dredging channel and scows, piling I 11 I:tr::. i I J lie of Paraguay," ten thousand: dollaror "
shall be required to meet the deficien-i j site for marine barracks, machinery I For pay of superintendents, naval: : so much thereof as may: ba necess:
cv in the sUPPlY of the American article i, for machine shop% boiler shop, saw constructors, and all the civil estab : ry : Provided, That the compcnsatio
as reported to the Navy Department mill, foundry, smithery, & brass tone1 I I ishments at the several navy yards,} hereby allowed shall not exceed ll.
from quarter to quarter, by the I dry, and repairs of all kinds, two hundred I md stations, one hundred and thirty-I rate of 7 thousand five hundred dolla;
agents appointed to procure the article j and sixty nine thousand five hundred I line thousand two hundred and thirty- per annum for the time employed.} .
of American growth : Provided further I & sixteen dollars ; & the amount i t two: dollars. SEU. !5. And be it further enact
That hemp of American growth of like heretofore appropriated l for t coal house i j For the purchase of nautical: instrn- ; That all the steamships: of the nav ,
quality, can be purchased at the same may be applied to the completion of I j I'ncnts' required for the use of the navy; the United States now buildir ;
price as hemp of t foreign growth. : the store house. i I j for repairs of the same, anal 1 also of i hereafter to be built( shall baby
For ordnance and ordnance stores & i' Philadelphia.-For extending gun :istrouomical instruments ; and} for the I I the Secretary of the Navtho
small arms, including incidental cxpcn- carriage shopadditional story to pl'im- purchase[ of nautical books, maps and I direction of tho }'res ll*
ses, live{ hundred & ninety eight thoft-- I bens: shop, dredging channels: and rn- (: hart, and for backing and binding United States, according ting .
hand} dollars. 1 pairs of dredger;repairs of dry dock, he 1: same, eighteen thotl :a1l1tloI1ars. I ; rule, namnelylll tln'<
For contingent expenses that may J I and repairs of all kinds nine seven i: For printing and accrue for the following purposes, vii: : thousand two hundred & fourteen; duly ,direct ions, 'clroriral'ltica1' surveys. andistronoinical first class, and shall be called a.
freight and transportation, printing & larsv : observations, in addition States of the I Union ; those of tv
stationery, advertising; in newspapers: j \\f':1.sllin gt on.-For extension of navy ;! I 14) the !balance on hand, fire thousand I guns and under forty shall bo cot
books, maps, models, and drawings store, fur anchor shop and coal: houses, j t"lIars. I ered as of tho second class, & be Co'\., :
purchase and repair of fire engines and t pavements, drains & gutters, machin- : For continuing the publication of after the rivers and principal towrnt -
machinery, repairs of, and attending II cry and tools, and repairs of all kinds, 1 the: series of wind and current charts, cities; nut! all those of less than twen\
to, steam engines in navy yards, purchase I ninety nine thousand one hundred dol- amid: fi-r defraying: all the expenses coo guns shall: be the third class;, & nune': ''
and maintenance of horses and j lars. :: 1 netted[ therewith, eighteen thousand by the Secretary of the Navy as th
oxen and drawing team, carts, timber : Norfolk] --For continuation: oft quay j j I lhlllarr President may direct, caro being talce
wheels:: and. the purchase and repairs. wall, completing victualling establishment To enable l the Secretary rftimc Navy that no two vessels in the navy l)cv
of workmen's t;oU, ;postage; cf, public ': completing grading; and drainage 1 v> pay the salary of Professor! James the same name.
letters, fuel, oil, and candles f-ir: navy dredging channels: : ,lU'.incoming chip : P. Espy l two thousand dollars: ; the SKC. 0. And be its further cnactet
, yards and shore stations, pay of watchmen : !house number forty eight, to be built i ,}payment to be made in the same manner That the Secretary of thc Navy cans
and incidental labor, notcharpreaWe : ; \ of iron or wood as may: bed em-jd expedient ;'' and under the like: control as for- to Ir3 constructed, a? speedily .nm.
to any other appropriation, transportation ', machinery and,; tour, completing :mer appropriations for metorological be consistent with the public interest
to, and labor attending the i j reservoir, completing carpenters ,observations : Provided, That the employment seven steam screw sloops of war wit
delivery of provisions: fc stores on forcign !j m shop and repairs of all kinds, two hundred of a meteorologist, under the full steam power whose greatest draugh
stations, wharfage: dockage, and and eighty five thousand eight !I I ,contract of the Secretary of the Navy, of water shall! not exceed fourteen! feet
rent traveling expenses of ofKcers aid: ', hundred anIeigllt dollars. j i I shall cca*e on and after the thirtieth which! ships shall combine the heavies '.
others under orders, funeral expenses! i i To enable the Secretory of the Navyto ,day of June, eighteen hundred} and: armancnt and greatest speed com pat i
store and olKcc rent, stationery, fuel, ; purchase tools and furnish ths! machine J fifty.nine. ble with their character and tonnage
commissions and pay! of cleiks to navy shop and foundry at the Norfolk !: For models, drawing, and copying ; and one side wheel war steamer, whos
agents and storekeepers, } flags, awnings navy yard, twenty thousand! dollars.! for postage, freight, and transportation; :greatest draught shall not exceed eight
and} packing boxes, premiums and otht t PenaeFlJr: continuing granite i for keeping grounds in order ; for fuel Vee t, armed and provided for service u
er expenses of recruiting apprehending I wharf; repairing\ and operating dock, i ifillingand and lights ; and for all other contingent the China seas ; and that there !be, antis
deserters, per diem pay to persons attending paving around dock basin, expenses ; and fur the wages of persons hereby, appropriated, to bo expended
courts martini and court of inquiry dredging in-front of basin, repair'. ofrailways employed at the United} States Naval under the direction of the Secretary
and other services authorized bylaw : completing water p pen to Observatory and Ilydrographical! Office of the Xafor the purpose abovi
pay to judges advocate, pilotage 1 permanent wharf, completing viz : one instrument maker, two specified, the sum of twelve hundrcc
and towage of vessels, and} assistanceto COllst rnctor:;' workship) cistern at machine watchmen, and} one porter, six thousand thousand. dollars, out of any money ii
vessels: in distress, bills of health, & I shop, trip hammer for smithery, : one hundred and sixty dollars : the treasury not otherwise appropria,
quarantine: expenses of vessels of the : blast pipes, and repairs of all kinds, Provided, That the compensation of ted I
United States navy in foreign ports, two hundred and forty seven thousand the watchmen employed at the United Approved, June 12, ISoS. "
eight hundred and ninety seven thousand : three hundred and sixty five dollars. States Observatory and} Ilydrographi I ___
six hundred dollars : Provided, m,:, Mare: Island, California.-Fur guard: cal Ofiice shall be the same as that paid I Cute ('XL Y .-An act fur the Relief of Satlcrao'coituin
house number three ta.r and watchmen in : Lau.1s in the :State of lllinuirt. '
That the expenditures under the fore- sevent.v to the several employed
going appropriations shall be so accounted pitch house number seventy f>ur, t\;u the executive departments of this government. I Be it ('JItctl'c.lIthe, Senate and House 11 i
for as to show the disburse : cisterns number forty nine grayling, i Representatives of the United States of Ame.*i
ments by each bureau, under each respective paving;, continuing: wharf, foundry and For improvement & repairs of build- I' i iea in Conomessassenbled'I'tmat every settl ion
appropriation. boiler establishment, gas: works: andBishop's dings and grounds, and support of the any of the public lands heretofore selects 0I
ilarinc Corps.-For pay of the officers derrick, three hundred and j Naval Academy at Annapolis, Mary- by [the] State of Illinois, tut which have r.<. ; -
lion commissioned officers, musicians i- seventeen thousand nine hundred} and' land, forty five thousand;: } six hundred I been confirmed to said State, under tho j.ro.:
: visions of the act of fourth Septembereig'i'teen :
and privates, clerks, messengers; SC'cutIInc dollars. aud seventy one dollars & twenty two
r hundred and forty one, who settled thereon *
stewards, and servants, for rations and Hospital*.-For construction and cents. in: good faith prior (o the passage of thi i
clothing for servants, subsistence and I completion of works, and for the cur- For preparing for publication the act, shall ho entitled to preempt their resper
additional rations for five years'serviceof : rent repairs of the several naval hospi-i American Nautical Almanac, twentysix tive claims ]1y I legal subdivisions, not to e>
officers for undrawn and talc iBoston. i thousand eight hundred and eighty
clothing : CC rations, bounties forreenlistmcnts, and I .-For repairs of buildings & i! dollars. pact body at the ordinary minimum of oru.
pay for unexpired terms of previous i grounds three thousand dollars. I For five steam sloops, authorized by doll ;.r and twenty five cents per acre unles*
service, three hundred and ninety five : That the Secretaries of the Treasury I act third March, eighteen hundred and within the six mile limits of any railroad grant rand
thousand five hundred & seventy eight I and Navy be, and they arc hereby, {fifty seven, one million three hundredand } id that case at the usual double minimn'i.:
,dollars and twenty six cents. authorized to require and ascertain in fifty thousand dollars.To of two.dollars and fifty cents per aero: Pro;
For provisions for marines serving I' such way as they have deem best, the I enable the Secretary of the Navyto vided Such settlers shall establish their right!
I ,value of land for the of code of according to the rules and regulations (pit' I
on shore, sixty four thousand three actual of the ten acres pay preparation a
hundred and thirteen dollars. I heretofore belonging to the naval hospital : regulations: for the government of the I scribed under the provisions of the act o*
fourth September, eighteen hundred and fi'rtt I
For clothing, sixty six thousand five ; estate at Chelsea, Massachusetts: i 11:1a: directed in the seventh sectionof one and for the same within three montlumonths
the sixth section of An the act entitled An act makiug pay
hundred and twelve dollars. and ceded by appropriations from the date of the publicatfon cathis
thousand i act :appropriations for the civil for the naval service for
For fuel, twenty seven making : I act by the register of the proper district
]hundred and fifty six dollars and seventy I, anti diplomatic service of the government : the year ending} the thirtieth of June Provided, That no declaratory statement sha I
fivecents.. ," approved the 3d March, eighteen eighteen hundred and fifty seven, three I be required to be filed by such settlers { J JI
For militarv stores, viz : repair of I| hundred and fifty-five, for the purposes thousand dollars : Provided, That the I 1 Approved, June 11, 1833.; zCQAP. '
arm, pay of armorers, purchase of ac- I of a marine hospital for the district provisions of the seventh section of the i .
counements, ordnance stores, drums, of Boston and Charlestown. And I naval appropriation bill, approved I' CXLVII.-An act to change the tim of bold
lifes flags and other instruments, and I the Secretary of Treasury shall pay March third, eighteen hundred mid fifty fug; the :bpring: Term of the District Court of th
,thousand, rifled} muskets, twenty the so ascertained value of tho ten i j seven, directing the Secretary of the I United States for the Western D,strict of the Stat
one of Texas.
live i thousand dollars. acres, out of any money in the treasury ,J Navy to have prepared, and to reportto t I
this session for its Re it enacted the Senate and house c tI
For of officers and not otherwise appriated, to the j Congress at ap i by
transportation and of recruiting credit of the naval !hospital fund out proval, a code of regulations fur thc I Representatives of the United States of Amer '
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troops, expenses I and} forth lea in assembled That from an
Congress
of the of the so ,
of which tho original purchase government navy I s.
twelve thousand dollars. I II
this the or th
after the of act term
of Con-
be extended to the next session passage
For repairs of barracks! and rent of I property t so ceded l was made I I district court: of the United States for th
offices! where there are no public buildings i New ork.-For ,completing heating gress. I I western district of the State of Texas, hel
To enable the of the Navyto .
Secretary
l for that purpose, eight thousand t apparatus, and repair of buildingsand at Tyler, in said district, on the first Honda
dollars.To : fences, thirteen thousand two hundred pay the expenses of courts of inquiry in March of each year, be and the same i;
the contractors for building dollars. to investigate the cases! of certain i hereby changed to the fourth Monday in Apr ;
pay I I officers affected by the act, entitled
For
cisterns, erecting porticos to corn mnan- Naval Asylum, Philadelphia.- I of each year.
dant's house, and officers' quarters, to t gateway and iron gate on Shippen An act to amend an act entitled An SEC. 2. And bo it further enacted, Th:
I II I
complete porticos on the men's quarters I street, and road from same ; repairs to act to promote the efficiency of the Na. all writ, recognizances and process of a
pavements and curb to comman I furuices, grates and ranges ; painting' vy' approved sixteenth January, eighteen I kinds already issued, taken or made, or thi. 7'
dant's house and officers' quarters of I main building and lodges ; brick floorsin hundred and fifty seven, one hun- may be issued taken, or made returnable r.:
thousand dollars. hitherto appointed for the term c4
and houses dred and ten the time
Flor- ;
Pensacola governor's surgeons
the marine barracks at ,
and whitewashing tax, For completing the publication: ol theand said court, shall .Ijo. considered, taken!
ida fully to complete said marine cleaning ; gas 'e
(so as
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the charts of the late expedition for thE held as made returnable to the term
sixteen thousand eight water tax, furniture for the asylumand ..
garrison,) of the River La' Plata and said court,as herein provided.
hundred dollars., repairs, and for general repairs, exploration
For contingencies, viz: : freight, fer eight thousand five hundred dollar*. : its tributaries, five thousand dollars. I Approved, Jun 11, l&P. ,.






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I'lvrtiliiin J fr roarnal. I could that traveler.) lik Vt. !
humbug atiylxwU cicVtr and 'popular a n n l'd"It A ; :r.

Allen, lat]., :KiiilayjHMt i is watchful. of the public good and tWI hundred and ninttyir.t> y.ar* I: LJtr :.

...f the Sentinel wl.o in liberal; (that i i" will go for Ben for the l.rir.'.inS;) .mr:' .
i that IhornasJ. Eppcs hnjphcn: his constituents* in i'73 iaw: the earth in tli- '::i-' i i!.,

this city. Las been pleased r ,satisfaction ; that Col. Mtrirk( i< n strong man in :2e! BUM ami I <.I.1.ntn.; '"HI,i in., d .>.. i illitern i

column t A your con.e!'pot.s .- ,, 'the cnatl'. You may My all this but youwkd:? 1 Enipin In EiigLind. t.l horrid flr'"rof ;

1>r. Lucian Smart Dit. j the I,. Editor 1836.; / and its going to be remembered asaint; )r and, | had l just bvtti taut-utntuihe. The Xorwrg-'an: rr." .
bit Slerw of in-
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j just; like those: two dollar and fifty cents which I makiug .li.oYri. in Gr(I1oaIJ stoa .;.. .
t as: this, but. merely ; told you about just now, and which you are rcmcmltering :- I .!e ccnded upon ibis cllltinent

:Ii easily it i* noire, allow J against me. I'll betbj-tVe time f that In 12(31.( on it* next riot, it witiK+tH.-d tin t f-'

;eruiH'iiK-3 for a moment, j yon get through with this article, you will C.IIo regular pitrliarneiit in Kn,Lind, end) tine etcct -- ,

.- readers djsjx>"itk.n to rejoin that little select crowd whom j I Ijou the* Top in hi* Mrujcle for tenipt-ral. 1'1' ,\t
my worths- j are wont to amuse at my CTpense:, of evrnings I Int ItaljThe rriKide lu .) begun to tell in their .ff.. i

.1I.'n. Esq Our relative with choke extracts: front von Ins-E editorial i upon the eultiire .f the aje.In .

tit '<. correctly
i i \ murk tliappoiiite.l)'nn will have no -poll ; | ,* riotitg in wealth and blo.nl at the :JIM in '

MP' ., for I'cHJnlJ.l'S-- fur maik mj word, Bell Mari be the,.,. :, "'ll'it"I.C: the Aztees and in the IVrnvtan sill.lurrn .- _\
S, me .1 The censor mormn of the Sentinel sajs that my << 1:1''II.tr: had just teen cstabli-htd in F.I: :_

::t. genteel lasting I gave manners are bad. Much ol liged, sir and I beg 1 lard, Mortaign.-, Scalier. J..IJ... Cnr.iu.,

5\ iiion-the Editor: of the i stave to return the complimentand{ to :add tint in I Tao, Oinioens Cfrvante*. Sidney! ". r.' :

4 si*, of malicious pcrvnaliiy.c.1 this rc-pe-ct and two tiome-tic an.I most intimate : i in the flower ot tbt.'ir'i ".,.l'l.ilil,.' wnrM' grct '

'': friend Og Docg; whom you intr.nluccd t.. u- j < >ge-ninsHalj.eMr.r. wa jt; -t I. rnir., t > .uk
f.; f..r.I,1I5 thought proper 1 I Ins neck,an.l yourself are ripen an equality, and In ISI" itt iit may ten r.aitn! h le,-i; '

Jt: pn me. Such unexpected I i lIIor'O\'l'r. that if }-ou '''0111.1 simply contti.t v,'ur- |Hcd to have been 'pMj...u.sl) i it. .,1.1.,1| V- a : I.;, .

,=f. .. -me to sisters that there :, self with being a j brain .IItlr and wouM lit IOIYrum the .mpt.ti..n, : ',f lli" Atlirti? ; rh'e> .' ." _

$*" In-hind the throne greater alone, you wouM stop scrimg:: tr/xniy
I.I.J. other strange: object*. indk-ationof geJ \i on t..o: p.air .: ih il't.-'n, I
o -i 1;set itrn", if not i.lea',
And now I ant about to bring this communion- hiininarv.

t.I ain slightly suspicious! I I slow to a (close and "wouldn't be surprized" if it '. -- .-,- .

,*, uth-tontrnecl and fair; 'spokendodgetl i all ended in fight or a fxt-rtce ytt. Some folk* ,'

<. rue the either ,bYl" think its quite racy alrendjBut: it it should tcrmituite BY
I TEEGRH.
in a row, there's to be I
no halfpullinit
; .e rtr et,) and, if I am 'correct I
j that's the understanding, Ben. or I don't fight ; for
J hI. Mr. Oily (;'uJllII.n. i if i LATKK ruini
: youI I I have very little hair my-elf, but that little is EUISOPI I : .
roadside .
n eM a or two with I -
j mitilit'i precious So good bye to you BenjaminWAlkn.
tired f
netting: ; e> tcastingtny time !
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re straw like Benjamin }'t1Ul Al I Before: I conclude, however I would saj* one AUUIV: L < $IJZ 0' Tin;

I word to the public, and t-peeiallj' to those of my
\ to compelled! to notice: a few of.Cr
are pleased, to learn" I he obWhangdoodle friends! who have so generou-lj' utair.ed me tinder I INDLyX"EMPfK.CvttuH I | I
I: i is 'ttry diligent other circumstances and who-e retrnrd it ha< I I.'t'n .
and will be This controcr
retain.
ever my object to -
in spite of his hostility!
has not been of As I CtwtJ Jxlrt bar Nnnv.IlAtuix.Oct. .
> "y my seeking.! regrettedit
f.r it, not he. You are right
in the he-ginning<< so do I regret his al nipt andunpleasant
the t.ibeof Levi, and I Joint I ll.-The Galway,,.! Xrwrks
termination but of duty to
; 1c'n'e! myself
it, or to rtaditmiK-h cither. I
] And fifty cents abut a nod a due respect for the opinion of the community cam-hip Ilclil IJnpIre inns arrival. with I1..13,1 \ .-r

I a fiorxe ,'ace-ola. thou fountain year has made it obligators opera me to HI
.f whoewater* I nm requested to I agiin the unjust charges which have Ixtnbrought ,Jay Liter than the Canada'.news
against me in a persoml and 11liti.nlpoint
join tried! to realm the :Sentinel\ off upon ;
of iew. I never brcathol 1 line I1lIl1e..f the nnnIIICII
cut thereof But couldn't come
instruct ) Bditor of the Sentinel !111 any pul,lie remarkwhich C1fl Jt..c. 1\\ ,,f
the pe>-tmastei- to send Lil'rp' NIt cotton i.oa|
it'l ( have mide. I mentioned it in the columnsof
nick an.l he did You nc\cr llH{, > Uile- of
j it were angry : RLieh '
1 lbt..t-
the H idi until he first l.iced in n'/
"i in : [ mo a < < recollectand circumstance aiaiu-t n.J'on me.nnrgrl are. renx: lom and disreputable yxi /;,,;t before: I,'if eonntry in an.1 exporters 'H.h' took 1:1 Uile Tit mark t

furthermore; his: i i-v-iie of Sept. I4th. !!>. has (commenced difficult e".I.Jlief. Lit steady.TheHugMt .
with being a disaprikefeektr.
This ch.trge i* al..w,lutely I } ; upon his head, therefore. ht the -cqner.ccs : .i treaty with China proTldesloMiupiymcntof

'ever in my lifo: occupied' an edifice (amiId [ re-t. If mj remarkhould: apjxar too large sum for lew ea at CanJou! i-, '
har-h to any one, I can "r.I)- "ty that I h.ue been
'\
some four or five) which was not tin al 1-0 f'r other of
oked make them in ord defend ..Jr.III expeu-tes tIlt war.Spain
iritlirnit pro\ to r to m\ -
fl-\ !lie any *vlicit since I Mteeome to man's es-tate, bare iiiy ; \ 't.1 the firs place and in the s ecc>nd, to withdrawthis ; continue hr outfit ;imt Mt1i ti. TIi .

.".&1. eoeeiu r asked fur any i position ....J.e.11 n-fn-ed. control cry from the public press where it Minister e.f Mirine 1.:1 inspected I:"r i Rr tin:
co Tine charge, too, is iti rated that I strove to now no longer belongs purple nt v'adL-'

.__. .?_111$,*' I ts !care to t,2Vr are- break Juan the Democratic) part*. I hare denied LfCIAN_ .. Dt'YAL.I'EOM The .\u.lrial.rnihmJ' have l>cn !

Mark ttr two,pith rc&re&eeto the work in'ltl tion. this: once in a re-ptetful manner I now g rive it the --- < f'ln"C..r..II"t.he
II. The Havana of Kotlnelilds and other : !;
\\ \NX- J'ftas-i Septeut- English ,
[ *
It veil deserve* the name", which it bears: 1:3. He divert Doe that s-iti-fy you sir? capttali-t
Ih Editor of theSn.tin'l i ii much du.- btr 19th, has leader on the subject of the Submtrsue -
tlttnal Aril hot-tie, or Kvnienti of \I.tlomati"-% very IU\r.\ii[ : A-sSX'IATlOX OF NEW :
tressc.1; at my last art'eli. not on hUoun account TtIt-graph; between Havana. hey Wtt, and OULtLVXsXrw .
It tCHVrs a* much from the! *\rtennof Arithmetic ORLL'SS Oct. }.-Tl.e Howard
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\
.
oh but on account of the Club of *
no Shnksl: poinnn Macon[ (;11. The: compaujit.ij's( was: organized .* u>ii
mutt: 'nt V.HOW, ai O'lburn's >e-quel tliiFered) from this city ; and he expresses:' : the greatc.-t indignation I of Xw OiI.-an- decmit their duty to kfomi tl...
iuliatanainldi7: ; in July of w hich tlO.f>Ul'
oU I'ikf. It !5'knl! rather than! : rueehaiik-al.: that -1-or.ld beo: forgttful) ef ertrythinnlile j-ear country that tlw prolonged cxntence ofellowf,.
,...IIIIII"n ikcciicj, as to "e/-ff/f" a prhateaociation capital was subiibd! !in shares of *lOtK, ). Thr ,
It ... vU the dtTsiand made U'CIIIrith.. vi'r,nnd the '
fuccefully ; pteVni .
of bastes and i-tithn-cn into a public contru- lime projected is to be partly terrestrial and partlysuurarine I great mortality. i*+.)rly win.,

tattie. as au instrument education. lk ing tIle result Hr"h., that's jour trump (card i is, it, lLm; "j- between d'corgiu and Key West, cM 'nded to the ]iulliix of i"trang< rs who rapidly full vietim-

cf J! *"p thought and searching nnaly is it com Si.iflle, l:-.l. f You arc t Irjing to kirk up a rowlntwctn I Havana if the 'Go\ernmcnt I TimIy unties will t* i-Mie-lby the .\+'oci.ifioiiof
the 10hli":1 and m "self, are yunF Its nothing to (peimWonof
pals the" (- oftlruugldandannpari; "+t n. Without } the tleeideneean.l di.appcarenceuf the
be but can't theladies can ,beuLtained-otimerwiW the tnorn 0 mile f q.id.mivSigne (
t') f"m. to sure: nut; jou see! I t>
intending? a mire play words I ( ,!,) J F. sNllnElt
upon ,
may say :.
imjHwed upon hey You are very humble, 8C.COlllulUlli..atun will be mirae by bteamtrs. Tl.e : l"'i/c"

that it is tvrtirl. in the *ci."c that it applies and L'l'uili. 11 beg your pardon-\ou are very bombs, I cUlUl'un."as approved the Wand"goi eminent I J. BI'II.IRDO: krret.se,,.

Jevek-jv. the f.'linci] I',; of ratio, in a manner as :Mr.! IIrep. Jetting luck to your old tricks 1 see, )
nnd it lien; -1'hn-t to the last Too failed to di-tract the and the "'Ial"'r for the Ame-ricnn end of the line Tin MKMOX[ TO SPAIN.
ciieas is
tag thorough as original.: So extensively -
I><'moeralic. party in thus, county, m the tleetion was obtained from the Legislature of Georgia and WSIUNOTO Oct. l.X-Hon. W. iJallard
Pro ,
It this application made, that tbi* work tm .
may hajusthown. thoughou 1.lLorl..l to do it on the tl"ritla.I'l'licati.on? was, then made to the :Span-:: of I Kentucky, Us accepted the :Misi]
i"
prwpe-lly b* Mxled Element.- of JI.ltJ'mltiA- ./"/, and you knoy it. YOllllr.} now striving with !to >p.tin: .
i-h Court fur jH.rmiioit to run the Mibmarinecable
Whoever *ta.!ies it cannot fail to master the leaJingtorillctph.'S..f till your might to en,i'ndertrife and heart burnings ,
among; tho-e who luixc alwajs been friends! llig i and a* yet no answer ha-ilnen rceehed from the l.UJrorxl On.rI\Xn MAIL
the"I Cak-ulu It i ii therefore emi- f
l pre' bu-in.- f.T an I-:'litor. I ha\e: Ji-atgttJ" i.o aM Queen although it is: e\j'-tcd that her C. M. will ST. Lon. :, Oct ll.-The first overlan-I mail from
neatly a Ir"t"tu'ffl we"rk. Tin* iTohkm: contained I L the San Fran.-i-t t.. '
elation fore pul.li.The slight reftrelices I interpose no serious> objection. thirity) Irriu'.l last
in it, and aiuoui.ting to about a t1t.u.xnJ.! contcm- j made to the Clubveic of an illd.lchtlll1atur(", and conidcrabl.pleaure e-tiix-e.! liTIt .TI..ro''a'
The 1'itnsa announces: that all the estimates: and up >n the n..-. *+
plate ahno-t etrry kind of ijiie-ti"ii that can be j i cannot \osr-ibly be construed into an iatrstiunnlrauvofolfrncP. of the entcr.risr.
of the line have
been
:! : surveys proposed made ; that
Mjaitkle WIK nlhtienloneaudl
illrill.m t and) ( '
proposed .ti1"1 r.i Gcometrj'
did not turn know that a lady! would ever read the l1l1\lingioftheGIlIt'littw't'1i Ktj.rc -t and lire tli bring, Sun Fnine-i-ct date (o the I

Most of the probltru! are original: anti serve to | it ; but it alFord* IM: pleasure! now that a I'ut.licpre If.nani were made b\ \e-ftl* of the, Anurkan na- Se[ It.mht'r. Tire new s is i: unimportant. 111

| exhibit the ingenuity of the author, a* well as the !!* 1':1" bre>uz'it thecharges. 1 ag-iin-t rue, to tate Tin re had b.'ci. swneIndianSkimnt.
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which
.
vj% were g<'ncralljtendered to the insintreg.
'-'- stui ity with which his novel method I' shut I had n.> intention of ridiculing or sneering at conipanj-} .
chin *>eietv, OIr drariring"; it before the public.Indeed .- fur that purpose by the American goveriimeiit without I I wa* rtimt-rcd at DJIcs in Oregon. that ttl
1 to the oluik of
'pud >n questions that
I don'tee Rill !how I .-''ut.1.1.. sea without (,>-t to the director Tine 1'1"11'11II has: seen thechut I 1.llm.'r'j party had 1''IIII"Cf.J
hi! "i.l. U'out.l1:1 to require the tntern I .ruini-ing myself f->r I base attended the Hie Siinta Fe 3rd
cong[ ; ". and s-ajs> that theIIIt'I.i..1II route of this 11i Atc4 had Uenrecfive.1
.. t-f the .M fuihitmed: I .
Met ra. I meetings < f the- <'IIIJ *tv rill nx cs-ionand:
II"'II| at -nJrber
Indel (
line will Le, from Key West to !St. Marks4'2mil.s: ; : i"lIri
hi* \!'(-rk contain a chapter on the Theory of (partaken of the kind ho-pitalitks of tho:** who i lite
I "rtreconuectCtlwithit. The gentlemencornpo-in, of submarine cable, allow ing: ten per cent for stock ; : Xavaj /Ildi.ms have had :>tubbe>rn fi-l.t
.foals with .\\I.idl nothing to I* found in ; ; I
our the Club many of whom are politieiins I *upxi| ..ttlwould fr'tII5t.: Marks to Tallahassee 25 miles of wire e>npoles will a .!. :\hm'nt of our troops at frear Sprifg.Majcr --

ebot'l I'r uniTer itArithmetics. can at all coin.fmrr. read my communication: and they have done I : ; from Tallaha-ee to Albany Gm! '., fcO miles of McLean 1 lat Icen severely and?
Tile anther hn furni-lie.l niort Mli-fjetory "s.n, and not one of limn with whem I have c"nvtried I Indian 1lluo.I.1
yet eight;
do., and from Albany: t& Macon, (;t.()., 1X( nives! : of l.i.Tt.
aolotittn cf manj- question connected with thistCdieUli : u at all! olfer.dod with me about this mat -
ter. Then who +tituted miserable old! wire on pole*.
can you yon : :
part of Calculus and] his YJU.ow FKVKllN : ,
f accompanied o- I aid.he.ide'd mniseinirfnraker:, (I think Jon called .\Macon: the wire will connect with all the other Cil\IfI.TOX
lotion with 'in "'niom diagramsI CiiABiiHTo.t.. It>.-Hie
meanas.in l.it inure i didn't you") a champion Ilclhll..ti.t'r rrp'rtiI
your wires of the L'nion. The e-timafl.il cost of thesubmarine
i will only add, that I w inch Mr. oLin a good i of hih.ik-pciirc.in Club? l>o you admit I tie death of C'-ty& tire (JH'r.n by yellow fever .:
I I cable will be ;:;(JC'(ffCO<> mile, and I
ptr
I f'.UitJa-r, not merilythat he may: reap the will that j on can't fight your O'A n l"UI'.lIn.l w Mi to I : ring tK |Islet I \.tc.k im-Iiiding Satur n.y..
of the land wire J2iK'3i I' II'I. From JW..t to
earned fruits: of Yt'usr* toil ; but that the whole! throw yourself ux>n truer for (tection ? If win, I -- -----
I will trla.lljquit this! coiilrory, into which I Hat ana Trill be 91) miles? e-f caM, inrlnding the alonance r.\T:,-ARRIVAL: OF THE:
bo-Iy of*dueat. ""* msj- l>e supplied \ valuable would haveeniUuked Lad first I
never jou not of slack. The cof working the line i is
fflUiiliary, in the department of]in-trtiction to w L'.ch lugged lIT: name into j our paper and attenrpte.1 t'.ti""at l IlIt 3OOuO jxr annum all include lh! CIT OF BALTIMORE.
this work U so well adapted. to make taw 'i subject i>f lidk-ule "r jour readersOr --
if the Club will "back you," I will quit the income on a very modrate tariff and on a caleiiltlioit Cul' ('IwJ Quirt an.l LPHdu7rJ
TIIILO COLDURN.TaHiLastce. field) ladietitke' ? that only one hundred 1 will l .
; for, should the part again-t! me. I rue-cage; brut -
: ISih: Oct. 185S. ahem the line will bt Sr. Joim, tb-u. 11_ Tlie
shall; tan iit.-taiit. r. Lutrnn Smart Dutal will per day, capnbl. of transmitting stenntnhipity e.f lialti'

--_.. -- nevcrgt.* Ilill:-df mitt a 'r.ij.e of that nut if he : four hundred-is estimated: 11 |tar cent oa m.."was board off Cape Kace: on Fridaj'. by ,.
ll
1'r iJit Horitltan d' Jvninnl. I nro.elp it. Iwtttr to turn up" i.i front of the the capital ttfu:1 yacht l.rianging l to the A ,> .
Table KniiiN of iast 1'loritla. Aloro Ca-tl-1. t full fledged l'1I1:1I1 patriot, barbne'u. The /Vn
AItCr. JTUIJ:0 11I11..1& loss !Lean and h "til; I! or M:> bai I acne," than to run his head against: have ofl'ered! to icy the cable grati:* ; amid I Tie City e-f lliltiinore I.ring* dates to WeIn.-

Grind; sei,1 i l of the tabln lands of East Horid.i, alloU'I the irii.oliiie." Though I I have beenprtw'nt at a j jrre.it a" the sounding? w'r 111.<,. l.'srnti-iby the% Anieriean ,i! .!r. Sjitiiufr 29.COMMFJICIAI

in .d I many I placis! i.i my life time, jet I am willing ;, 1:111H.d". the '/ H1 tl.ink-il'e-to.khoM; I .
tie a place w idtljeiretilate .
your jounial to ei.itfe-s 1 .1\Uul.1 be "110) ntiitiin? a contest no f 1 I ers should be much obliged) to tIOnltboriti"i. TlieI .

in tit put 1f \\" brief lines in !behalf of Wlltre-I that character.<< I have I errs aila'T.g:: tlurc before, I I I! lail.n.nIIIH,1! : sent! the )plans, 1.1 surveys te. I LrlCu.1. Jd.I.ef.l"bale of
lying (01 Lakea Apop\a, Harris E'istice:' and its a hard road !o travel, I can tell yon. 1 { Spans( bj-the steamerTrrwhich sail.l fr1 11I I rfll.b.l'"' cf which spec-nlitt.iri

ite. Upon those lakes lie a* fine Jon; cotton) I thoujrf't Was; a '. /tner,tf" when I tint went in, vans en. the 12th Cltcll..r.pl'ial)- f an-l cs[whets rich. tr ukr'.M' U bale! The miirktfcl

and !lands but I came out the .malk..t sort of a private. Talk; pose, an.I1 .lIo'T .! >s! d quiet, Lit price were generally)' unchanr! .."'.
sugar: cane corn n:* can be f'Vlii.l in l:nit .rthepur-I
al.out the cotton bales: at the buttle cf New Uri p.'ctc.1 Liter new CI1 1 lu-lw lad been re.eive.laf ton:
Florida On Lalc< Ape>pl.a and Griffin; there have i kan: *-l'o..h, tl:ejait.t a circumstance compartiwiIm ( j ----- .
don The
teen gathered two thousand |x>un.h of long cotton that! same "critx+lim." I }have been through i j j C2?" Notwitmstnndimnour; farmers are making G"'III.r"Lls 11.1 beau .1"t.t.1 on I''do

acre, and we arc sati-fied that, under favorable the iiiill once already. I have, and it dots tegin toI'IY I[ an abundance of every thing iinilly grown upon pith fif August. Seven hundred sire killed, while
jxr and if I get into the hopper again why I'll the (.ml. jet the crops and particularly that t>f the Ijriii-h los was trifling. Other engagemerit-

circumstance, t'oII'enlfiTe hunuretl: pounds may be till into it. or I t.e thrown intQ.it. or ".IrJg: ('.I" intoit 1 I cotton will rot jield as much by a good kI I as are reported), in which! British successes are nnnour.ceiL

gathered fiemi selected acres The .birds of those that's all ; for "I aint gwine for to go"' into it I I was thought. it would tome two months ago. Weft llirct tl ha.l

Lakes keep under the insect, etpccialljwhere if common souse and airy amount of apt>Iugifs: will .el no IIlil:1il saving that we believe the rest Kengul regiments been T-

exist prairie, which arc PO destructive to the keep me out. Hut if the laJi'iIl only keep I h:1 cut ofT the cotton crop in this county nt leatonethird armed.
cropsof liCtitnil 'on will hate precious little to clii.ckle fr"l former anticipations Some crop
the table lands where, for want of water, < over 1'etijamin /'-*\IJf'n-nn.1 I believe the)- are have ,pase apparently mninjurnl-whilst others EI.ECfOX :: .

there are no birds AVc very rarely have a case of going to .1.l it ; fur th...)- are too generous double hare (' instance! ed of all its latefruitand) the talk S,"'.'::.ur. Oct. 1 1.-The entire Democratic tie k> i

sickness: that requires a phytician from the fact team on :a fellow. But if I nm mistaken, let me in spots +. killed to the round. and inn all for )["Jcr1.1 Al.Irrmen, was succesfful at the
Inscech these that have been visited by the ru-t, of
: the-m that they will at lot: select! come one
that we use free stone water, instead: of the rotten: as their champion who i U worthj'of them-who course the crop is done.-Albany,((ie.) Patrlnf. cl'etil.1 h,4y. ">y a Ire majority.
time-stone water, such as: the inhabitants! of the -
care, for thtm-who wTiuld fight for t11II.! if ne cr. ---- .

table lands are compelled to use. We have barge ci'js-iry, (as I would do, and some of theta know .. The Cornet IEXS\-LVAXJ\. 'IX .

navigation to the head of Lake Harris. We have it-who wouldn't put them on the block and sell The SL Louis Republican 1 has the .UO\ WMIIISOTOX Cur, Oct. 12.-11 o'cloth at "iyl lt-

in fine, who has a heart and n soul, and head
the sporteman. and all that i is necessary to nIke this and) hair on it-none of which Benjamin fool Allen Those who look on the small nebulous; star now IJl"nia clectie>us are unfavorable to the adiuioitration. -.

Lake country a try ..kirabhone is the proper postcvci"! lie i is 1prt'tty eIf coiiftituted defenderof vi!
aort of citizens.: lUs-pectfullj', yours the. ladies, "iMi't heJut look at him: at j ondercorner this: same object when in 12C4-, it approached the In the 9th. Cor gre!"ional district F. Stephen, opposition
1 sun with a tail one hlnlrl'&l.I6''csln] length Its
that old. silk handkerchief in
twisting: dirty
ECHO. several gain (C'-s democratic competitor
lib hands his mouth iJe open ((110 wonder he tail came streaming up in the morning hoursbefore c.n"i.lerLe
-- fear blind "I and than its head, and when its nucleus, was in the i is J. M. I lop kin*.) In the 6thdi.trtclhtisvery i
Crop l:>limate.AVllliani oqtiitoc-5<< gnats more my
wit and ten i n't he zenith, the train folr.t.Ie1 below the western prol iible John Ilkkriiau democrat
,) me, a sweet specimen ol mortality < \nt'Lcconupton
I A Co. in their
Wright cotton circular
horizon. lu train was first very broad, tnt it decreased
to make of the
sport my pliiz, or 1)J'tIOllalarrc.lrRtcc i is: elected.
prepared for the Niagara: which sailed for Dver- of amybodyt"And in width extending enormon-lj' in length

pool on the Cth of October, dated New York, Oct. we dare say an error cf tic Sentinel's It is said to have disappeared October 2d, on the IILtIU.1 12.- Il.iAI-I i i. lli"veil
of the death of Urban IV. It of here that the whole The
I 4th, 185, thus speak of the pro+t pcct. of the incora.ingceitton types i h not half so offensive to cars polite asviciated day Pope was, 1ltpI..heketi..l.dc
r tastes and bad manners'* There it i itagniDt'raw.ti.hing : I course thought a "pl'da r"rnlnn(1 Of that emit.Tliis adherents to that are now marching through
crop: comet had before in 975, and n'so: par
? An of the Senti
hey error app"rel the and sett faction their
city, exhibiting at
The weather has been fine at the South timing s 1 That expfains' how ];.J1Iro and "I'd in 395 and 104, a by Chinese annalists g..aL

the pat week which has enable planters to secure rather Le a dog and obey the moon" came to be This would give it period of t.. out 292 years.- BUCCCSCHARLESTON,

the picking, in good condition buthasnrt changed published. It won't .10>. Jude. Yon didn't know In 975, its; tail was forty degrees in length, and its

I the prevailing opinion as to the ultimate result oft any better and its no use to deny it. There is nota nucleus or head was so bright a* to be visible in SENATORIAL CONTEST.CIIIIU .

t the eiop. Fine rather for some few w'dslong'rI in the Mate but who would hiss thumbto ) day time. Its: next apj eiiraiice after 1264 was in .
printtr put >mgr, Crt 13.- /. L. Irfvsnf. ., ha>
I U to secure a total of bales luvC in the month of Its .
necessary S.Sort.ooO his nose and !if/rate at you, if jou were to tell February. aspect was
been
| TIle account received during the past week confirm mint that tale I'll let Mr. Barefoot wont endorse: very similar to its present one, being "s. mew'hat clectedfStatc' :.IAt.from this Senatorial Vi"trd.

. t our idea that. the top crop will be ft light one, and it. The truth i 5-s! sir you have most barbarously I paler than the planet Mars, and with A train of His majority i yi votes seer his ee. npetUor.Mr. .

I I that in some sections the picking will be completed murdered I Hiaksjw.ire: ( (keep your eye upon him four degrees in length." It has bC"1 )no\1 a* II. C. 1If. [Mr. M. was the former Scu
,
f ;
i Ljend cf October., uncle Dick: ft r he is still at Ian::?,) and you arc "the great corel of Charles Y, 1'laui it tp I tor front ll ttft District
in the in which Lis
1' curcs.a-- trying to shift the crime upon the young gentlemen plrc year alidication
\ in your ,.fli..... The tnpf'ni Charles Y, cf Spain, considered

t The Cincinnati Commercial pubiUhw the comma I am requested), too, to read the Fentinel for information it as an omen of his death, although. he survived I t )\RlL'RETORTS.Cie.t .
; nication from Nicholas Long.'orth, the great wine A it it several Fabricius. his
from l
to "to years
atronoler.
r.r"Itplate get >\: T< Ot 10.-$-,:
manufacturer of that city : sure, to Lc sure, if I desired to acquire literary information out its course through Virgo and Boote: I I : ( Of cotton ).eter.JRJ
! All the papers I had, giving (he cure for the scrofula or were to consult in orde to improve mapp pole of the bf'Int into Cph1 fDi |, 3.OJ belch Co-JMiadlinf 12J@ 12|. 1ldJll,

i have been dislrilmte-l( to persons sending for the myself in cpellinsr, his hut. article, where prosody is Cassiopeia. What rendered this ( 'articular.. ( Fide 12) eeril..

rernedjI have never heard of a cure where it spelt' proaidy and marvellous, marvelous! in three I ly interesting; was its near approach to the earth I Cuisf3 rOY, O I did not effect A speedy care, and it can in no case different places; and doggerel 1 dogcrel ; and \itiated.vitiated being on the 12th of March only seven nal 0 r 'vales 0140"0 to-Jjy
Tine scarlet: U thjitt frr wilh
do tendency
an iojurjIn suveral iiiatance* where it has miles The orbit of the ,
comet
&( & I been applied to old sore, it }has also speedily ef and computed bj Pingre and Donthome to a further ittI1f.
of literature orthography Ben, in our State 'whUo that of 1
feete: pcifect cures rut one ounce of aquafortis Seminarj*. Do you think you could beat anything 155G was computed by Hally and. brtttwarcls by t I : t'1w\(. O't r.- Safts of cotton Unlay 4.( '
j in a bowl or saucer: ; drop in it two << cents- Hind of the South viiU Ob '
copper
into the fellow's !head ,
it will cffcrveccieleave stupid( Mr. Turner If set .'ra'd'.oryRCgPnt'sParls sorts:at a Jeslue (1 } ll&tir decKnlng. with Wlt1
I the cents in ; when the take him. sir, for twelve month, and I'llrty{ hi s EnglamL It was found that the two orbits agreed of LarreL
efl'.rHK""n..e oe3t>ct>, add two ounces of vine- I 1$0 ; Southern J5 Q 4O. It
strong and tnt
Pingre
tuition for all it i it absoluteshame dent i
; jetting apart : an :! condu.lc they were
par. The fluid will be a dark green color. It fur such an ijnoraul fellow to have the control and that it rtnr again io 1848. tbeoNOIe: dteZiua.a'dee; lXOOubuJiti.K. J0@fl 18.

thculd: and 1Im mart. If too severe, put in a little of a metro> presi. cordingly expected at that thus,, and- Ua non-ap f and White JLl 20@ Jl 33.' { heavy, with sal.

rain water. Apply it to the sore, morning and evening Now S word about the printing. I don't thinkwe pearance btimulatetj'cane t a re-examination of of iI'0 : of Turpentine firm at
l>y a 101t..ru h or a rag. Before applying tire previous calculation \lle'f' pirt
.
t tan let j'oa have it., Ben. You are getting entirely t
it, wash the sores with water. Mr. Barker fottncl that th* the enter 50.($ 3.e.. ;TKirt dull,

t -- Too big planets, Ju piter. Saturn IUmct".f had retarded fo.n", Oct. HZ.- .V* et Cotton tr clay, lbmO
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88 Another Ilaudnome Fortune Kcalized.j For your wig. it. Air. HDil pre.lictt-1 it rIU in t bales ;.31iddtinjw Ice. The sales fur three eL j4

M We see by the Georgia Constitutioimlitt, that ;t. I taw' from an editorial the other day, ((21st of 1833, after making allowances for the appearance tlutarUnce\ were 2iQ bilf' *..ind the receipts 5750.CIUILOTOS .
:. Swnn t Con Siturday last cold the whole of Sept) that you were trying "to throw sand" in Te cxtit m Hit and crude speculations relative to
i j I rt their capital prize of 16 ,()())1) to a gentleman in the eyes of the next Senate, bnt it won't do. Yon it anticipated approach to tho last year ia.ti Oct 12.-.Sale* o Cotton toJarOOObule. .

..Philadelphia.. This i- the third instance within the may say in one short article that CoOL Tracy and In everybody's ear necessity I ", at prices{ ranging from 11} to I1c Tho

space of fixty clay, that :Swan & Co.. have been Grn rga W. Call are l lath men of talents and that repeating, that wr memor. to strike D the earth, market I depress, and in favor of buyers

t : calh-d! upon to cash either the whole, lUlU or qn.trter either (smart for you) will make a good[ Senator; it could Do penetrate the earth's atmosphere on Sur' .if. cotton today 6&laics
a of the Capitol Prise, besides numerous other that Dr. Baldwin i. :one of tile first men in the a"coonof the superior of the But Olt-Ie o
density
\ prize varying from $ ,OOO to 15,000. 'These en. State; that CoL Broward will fill the post o f the inclination of the comet to tho earth's bie.orbit quota tfcms"nominal, Flour Jnug wit!

( te9rri) +iDg managers have the reputation! of paying Senatorwith: dignity and untiring industry ; that In -gt- (G Jr>r) there coal scarcely be a pos-b sales fll 13, 00 barrels. Ohio quoted H90--
;
!'f with promptness .e"'prlz.e drawn in their kitttr- William G. Duncan "is a man of ability ;" that trns.from il tai at any timf. It Wheat hd dWlmed. 4 cenU 1 p r_bush*!, and sales .

!brag and! ,iua. 'te.said to be truly a pa)"ing intttittihn., McQueen"Apd, ] I/nngford are both \llI1ar/ag-o-\'IQ If you I .il interesting ( o ct la the li la oft rcachf.1 .30/X) TuheL. Cora'wse ht'4-,. .itl

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AMES & LIVELY Notice -i I A'; 'ji s\VJEU)[ at CO.'S( ) LotteriesTHJRJMPIIMP
firm at SO 1-2 't'nlal. Roin hca\y. at Co-Partnership I 4! Jt rqt,! prtl I

1.1\ iice firm at 3 1 8 @ 3 '.8 cetts.Ni.w \ aWflEiLEU TTJE., formed THE; UNDERSIGNED, have this tiny j. lt. cj ][ !'

a co-pjirtifrt-hip linger the Firm .
: Ytll''. Oct. 12. The City of Baltimore has n"lldOcnUFLJ ( .
INTAflASSEE- & }MAXWELL: kr the INUidctj.t of aw.I -- .

rrivol nt tlii) p rt. In addition to the commercial !. a ( : '; )Ixi-in.e, A RARE CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT I SWAVCO.; continue to Jir.ttfIJ ,4:. uz.1; -.I

news telegraphed from St. .7tLfl. we send the July 1st 1 .58. r aJ "i tout iaferreptioo.

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The roles of cotton at Li\frp) Juring the three i j NEW\ FIRM SAlt NE\V\ GOODS p. SU'AN-A CO.': JL/jttericH a.'e legal

Imsinf Jays ituraetlintely precding the departure the STATE of GEO'
And By
/ StajulfvrmtilyoccujiitJbjBtttond: M'hllalrr."V17 Avthorixed ..
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t.f the steamer were 27.0 haU., of which: sptcuhvtors -- 4
i ( i m Tht late' tt.,;1 to t"re .. rjirm hat *,>3th
J m mJl J
took I.:!< rt and exj'orten 2,0-Ht nW. The our Loflcrift are Jrar fairiy; iKat) ..f r ptizt

that ktt .losc dull \\i'h .1 d-el"itin..; to Ilt1"II"Y. | BIticularly .. Carrell & Maxwell. sire fti'-dj'itn'rlHelty ; cuE td-our tftifwt

of the .lecii.iiij:; ;; it1ftia.| o art ,ac wot' ail rthtr LvtltryIS -

Tlic FLl. T T a;, o"! .V..K YarL' Work of _
BI.J '1 : ;
f.ivorallo. Piic for yam* l inanuf.icturc Fraction r. r'Uo"ing &ht roe will bedrasn by S. Sian
Reduced to
: I 4 15E now rccii\ii2 mnr- 111.1: fr"i.i supply .:f a 'T1 .
l gSKHls wire qaut .but t.tady.. J: V ofmtKlrs Diu : I FALL & WINTER GOODS ct Ct. Mi nazers.or the Sparta Academy Lot.tety.
-- t't'IYIIefy l."l.t by gists.! in each or ttrirSingle umber Lotteries fer

To Tfakr (;:o(1 (',.Ac*. ; P L.f XTEKK. I'll YS Id AX ,___ 11__ n____ -- it Atgu ta. Geortria in public. na-
.
Sl t I I. I I tid! other. will niun-! find ut \\.'ntibi.lrn! it a 'nLiee! inlcn I to sell % ERT LOW for rate, country I r lie! Ibe stfperimteudeneeofCvinmits.ionersc.
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IjijTiyrs. e turb fu'.l Mipply: .f-trv tl.in", needed in ur line ,. 1'ro.luee g.MHj ,paper nut we are determined not 'S. AMlIr.r 'li.f-J J.I.Nfi" .
uix-catlnzly (%viIi a I taii:: l.tndledn! fiddle I urn .nis to Ve b I Clues Zi Drwi on &iturjjy. October 2. 1553.Clax
CXI..o
two thrt'e ,. : IJ..rc1 ierni4 n tiicv cm tc had in nnv Soi.tlicin by any , .. 1858LClai
or inchesM ) .n live (001. uf I n'. st anot ill ; :: on Satm-diy, Ottolrr 9.
10 turn MaiLtt.OrJcra iiy il-iil or 'tlarflisv pn-injdly attti ': \\ always keep on hand general assortment JI I :37 Pr'rso. StHrdj Oct.Arr 1 85g.1ri.r .
n grain. |1"IIr it mt nil at oitrr. and ; c.f(;JOODS Iii :ETII'TcrIaE: : 1\I.I.A.CjE3IJSrE 16.
l Ui.d.: usually brought to this I
to and filled evt-iy
pinJ it coarse while hot fou'itiUos the oj'tiation. < << with tic er.me correctii' 'ns iftinchased t Cl.,.. 3 9" &tvrJtil0.1" 3. l8I.
.
IVrfc tight in a pLi""jar for n<->: I |, rsi iully by Cu t.>iitrj. To C.i-h and j j maikut, ct.nsitL.g i ; in part as follows : I SOU' on Eihilition; at W3L IL GOODRICH'ii CAKPEVITK: SHOP, Thyno'd'.e : lass :3'J DrixiMi: tctsrJs!. October 3o, 1853

Mea: ure thojuaitily .. ired. a.M half an ep:* 1 prompt time )'uvrrs. "'e feel confuhiit in !:-mge PLA NT A TIOX GOODS: Street Augusta, (ko., vlicrc it can be seen in operation from the

:,uI! a gll of tilg! u- tt"r. mix well put it in th l I. can ioesru tive iLtin entire E.1ti-f..elitJtL Our STOCK comMetlieints Osnabur *, Choctaw Stripes, I hours of 8 to 1 1. .11., ami from 2 to 0 7'. .1[ OX THE P.l.tX O'sl."Oij- 'ijtiJERs.

f.'frf t.iiit, fll upuih frf'-.h I..ilill"ater.. U-ll 01 Georgia Kerseys, I Brown Shirtiiijs, .
'"a
boiling wWn
'.(C"o.IJ"at..r t.) nettle iy tbn-e minutes when itnil CLemicab, I>yeStuTi( I Catnphine.Gl.ir Mailboro Stiipes, I .c., itc, tic. .I :1.lio:1 not liable; to warp or t-heck from exposureS This mad'llll'I! patented January 5th I85i>, and ha. i 5,1 ;
I obtained celebritr p."uEe.1 b\ none ether. The a li->Ie machine can be built for one-third! the r XEAKLYOSE M11ZE TO ETERT NINE TH'i\EkTS'
*; found of a tiighl color. and five (rota *.li- Perfumery, "IIrnt"lle, j \\ an. I already a .
..H.nt.JVaM. Fine Window DRY GOODS : I ClI L..f any other, and will rise hnd chase from lbs bolt!, from 8,000 to 15 (itS) Shingle per Liy. For this i '
(ilas, JLW.VIFWENT' SellE.IlE
tlit CTifiVc pot tiiht; and iiK>rni>i air them Fine HUIII'I Twlli and Hair I] M.inuf.icti.red Tobacco Shawls, Corded Satinet. Plain SatincM, Oinghvn' ,, I. purix'se, i it only requires a Two Hore.rower.t... work it. at lit same time von can make ar.v. required '

'*411!!, an.l t1 1e alternately. 1:1: u.IIt.I. Patent Molicines i Apron Check Cm tain Dama'ks irish Linen Tu length, and it w adju $Ubl t" any required thicknes or taper ; it is simple! cheap and durable any ordinary TO BE CLAWS EACH SATTaDAT IX OCTOBER!II

My fi r..li wy my \;ife Ii.i! the hci4 "f coffee, rai'II,nru-hlI. Fine Jln'anr I LIe Damasksbrown( and b'.raihfd.: ) Pillow Cisc, mechanic can make it, and I a bo/ may work 'It. I' Prize of. .. 70.000, 4 Priiesof. .|900

and thi i is ht-r I.I'TIIO I.\" 1SATTLU. ursical IlosthIIm-11t5, I Medicine Chats (cotton and I linen) nus.is. Scotch and Bird To Shingle Healers, Lumbermen, Capitalist and Speculators, this michme, i j. ri sat, fore and! profitable 1 : .. 30,000 .' 4 a .. 800

.Veni Xa.1n ,-. T"IIII. I'jc Diaper) brown nod! bleael.t-d, Crash. I investment! We itiMteall to call aud sic it'ic operation. Any further information enl be had by callinsj I 1 . 10.000I| 709
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1 hnt.J ci.tr.,' ure, and one of the \.r\.1 et suited to Plantation and Family t.se. Linen Thread(as-w.rt.-d.) Suspender.Bed I ou the Patentee or his .Agents one of whom will always be found with the Machine or at the Globe Hotel. 1" S.OOO j 4 600

/."(} Blanket Print. Coat's I I I" 4.000 O" .
article of diet. With Spool Cottons 500
CN>.1 srsar an the most nutrition*, healthful n.1 restirr!i that can '[: : WINES & BRANDIES SICDICIHIL i>iirpose*. I White.and lIed Flannel, MACHINES AND RIGHTS FOR SALE.All 1" .J. 3.000 j Si 0 .. 300
Silk. ; I" 1.500 > 100 .
he u>.l in the family nn.l fh..uld! Uua.l "l.y ev- I). II. AMES, M. LIVELY.Oct. ( Sewing ulnre1la".I'i .Its
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try family llirev times jnr Ji'III.-Cotton Mauler 16 1S5S. 42Furnitureat. nets, I'rinU. fancy Letters should be addressed to SAMUEL M. KING & CO., Augusta, GeO. 4 :. 1,000 1 230 ..ioo

tittJ.Sii!. u __ end Mourning Ac, -- Apprnxiwation Pr.".

Auction.ONSATUKDVV. LADIES DRESS GOODS, 4 Pr.zr "f?loo oppro'if. to 570.00U prize are f 1.904
arX ::.aJIIESt .
of every LutZ and style awl"'iN. and of ths very CjE : 4 SOC 2.5 (I i.mi
-o ---o- -I a 20( lO.Ots1 ) t(M.
Sbip utah! I LATEST .A>HO>B :
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____ ___ __ I he. Orio sold 44L: / F 'I Silk Robe a Laize figured Gro de'Rhine. Poult tic ArcrbTA Sept. S. 1858.MB. this city I take pleisure in savioj, that of u>e many a a ,13" 1.l'6'J'" .,
-I 1 fit. 5OQS no.I"
kinds Machines I have lied the
TOUT OF ST. L\ r:18.1:1:11:1' !! In-fore lily Storr. on account Soice, Marcfline nod Florcrce Silks. Dcln'e, LaBa.hlere S. M. Kisc-In compliance with your request. ofseeimig Shingle In! operation, I never saw ous opportunity that accomjilUbes -- 'lJ' 3. llO" In

.-- j i>f the E.tate,.f S.S. Kilt t-Ij--t.ia.. $ I Poplins. DcLi'iis a Quil'e and a I take pleasure in rt'porlilll my cxptritnce in the use t the work well with the oJ. W" I. OO" :OU5.0uO
as ecitKJ-
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I IOcL j decM JI'>MXf.},,,!,l & lii7dl-t"f VL-t-js5L } Laize Robe, (all wool cMiiiu.Flow- of one of your Shingle l Machine My Machine i is 1cated in same well prizes or 20 are.100,000TiCkKH
I ered French Delaines, piinted and the or one so simple construction or one so
*n Fnrnilni; .l_lf -
tI be used .
to workmen.Truly
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P.rigJ.C.AnItron--N.Y.rk. apt iuexpcricaced .t
Cashmere Swiss and
iLKAKLP.: Tt'rnJ:4 t'::1-1. IL II. mmln. Allc. I plaid Cambric I Muslin', Riilhants gusta A Savannah Railroad ; the material used is \ yours, M. J. OILBf.RT."bich 5.-1115 rrk..s lI-4etuntinr tn. .. . . .,32Q.OU"J'iT0U
wheels
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small, on
VL 5. I'.ris Crn. nail'y. X" .X-w Yort.UriijhiimsntuT 16, IbJS. 42 : Elk A White cypress; power, a portable moved engine fiom place 10 Sup Augusta Wenks.AfcrsTA >10: HALVES 5 QUARTERS $*!.
llosiiu-r, N>w Yetr! can be conveniently ,
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Crepe Cords tt place by a p-iir of mules or horte The machine fj- .$ CiR L'HK: tat u/tie LoUfrltt uVI
IN 1'OET. HillsboroughMilita'yACADEMY. ( GA, S" 9, 183$. f MttUj plan
Tassels, works admirably fu'.ly: tip to all you clawed for it.. ('t.',! f.- .*.ifvt.t t/<..',"vfmtitiiif it,,3
Harqne II. L 1uleri, IVlan.i.lrnmn .
Linen Camltiic anti Embroidi-red machine I a.1' Mr. S. M. King's Shingle MaehnettlieratCi I : -
r.ric Mar* Ix>ui">, -, brig*.. G.nJ'r."II, and far )Iwond my epectationThis is// : -_: 0- -
T. Handkerchief extension toted and sjlJ "rive" 1ft shingles within 30 seconds find without
Want.
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Hrijcg white (having: no experience { '
man. ;
by one
OX JANUARY Iw.lfth.i'J., a MILITAUY! J>he nkt-leton Skills, Mis>se8 Sriils. Ladits I in the use of machint-rj.) and comiton plantation! ue-1\ ltel'It.\hnll.1 assert that if well attended, it will tire, Cfrtifk-ate <>,. IV.ig! will be sold at the follow

ACADEMY ill I.e ojH-iu-d at Ilills'jorou, K. Merino Vests, Silk Worsted Braid, Mantle'and I I it ( out from LOUt 0 to 12.000 diiiwjles per draw nll.IJ"lnL m the most complete mauner, 15.0OO ratt'o, v liivh is Illrik :

;.\It 1111:0, C, und!. the clln.luet..f Capt. C. O. Ttw no'* :i- Cloak, Alexander's! lest Kid Gloves, Ac., Ac, tcEMIinoWERIES roes of 10 urns working hour) depending entirely upcu ; xiithin 12 hour. It is the best kind ff machine for CertifIcates vl Package of 10 Whole Tickets .(V)

In Karijr! Counts. Gcorpia. (n We 1 EDGIXGS the f wo" <* *
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'tomlK-r the K.-\. P P. s>\I1Tf! Apataehicola. Flor'.Ja, toMIM I lumbii. S. C. 1 lie dMviphiw!i ; 11I1.1 I course of 'tti., 4' : Siipplyini Your otit strv't, I* HOPKINS.AofsTA > W. M. IIIGIIT, I 10 Quart 21)

MAKY .J.\ KOKIN: -OX. : a -ill.iIatc to th< >e c.r lie South Caruin.an.1: .An endless \'ariclJ-BII Crepe Collar and setts, t of the firm of flight & Macmurphr a 10 Eighth .. 10In .

>farri -.l l.y the I>\'. w. K. }PI"-on the Till of October. Yirgii.ii Stkte.iIaIitaIIntituti.'ti.! There will be I Cap Lice Thread and handmade Linen Bobi'iet 11 ljings Sept. 8,1S5S. j Iron and Brass Founders anti Maehiuia! II ordering 'Ticket or Certificates enclose themoney
I but ..vacation :in the and inscitiiijjo. Flouncing, etc.JJyj.I f
lit the rrsi.lrno- Mn. Aiiu-lia Palmer. >r<>nli,fllo! FI.ri./I.! year.For Dear Sir Your Patent Shingle : to mr a .Iress for the Tickets ordered on r. j
l>r. N. O. MrlMlNAI.I) to Ml II. O. PALMEU.OIIITI'AISV. j-urtieul.-ir*. adtlrVs the) undersigned at Ct'umlii.i. I ': \Ia. H. M.KING-in : at bhop fur two TTe, ttc under.-igned citizen* .cr Lancaster, Pa, I ceipt i>f wLicli they will bo forwarded by first mol;:
s. Co, mail lot. aftir that date IlilliUron I Machine[ has been ojKTation my and in eration the fibove
January ut having 0
I leati-tIreFacs. Artiiitial To make Mcinity: ; mentionad Purchasers Ian tickets ending in any figure they
I month, nnd I lute watched it ctosdy.
:h. XC. C. C.TKW.: I have : : Machine !take pleasure m eertifymg that it niav di'si nate.,
French Flowir, machine I : seen.It
O..t..1' iS5.! 41-l.iw Rigoleites.HOSIERY Shingles it far surpasses any III all it warranted to do, and the
I in IH : \\ perform is even more. List, of I Tiwn Numbers and Prizes will bo
-- : -_- I $ GLOVES-of crery Und: dot-sit i work well andean, my opinion Its and l we heartily recommend! its introduction: into general sent
f'I.art..1 111k 1W.. on the!tI l ofOi l.r! ct tli r.-.i.lonoc ,.( Tallahassee & Pen & Geo i ii Kid. I).H.-kii: and Buck flares, Ganntlvt for Gentle- made to turn and out its from durability 10 to I do 15.(not(I per think day.cnn beexcelled. use. Frorn its simplicity! and practical util.ty.w C3f" Purchaiers will please write their signature

Per" 11. Kirlinr.t B.Carpenter,,.(fami t.4iflty. of, ELIZABETH : I luSH Silk Mitts and loves and! Gauritlt-U; fur simplicity \VM. II. GOODRICH. f.'fl no hesitation In saying that it far furpaeuet pl.nn.: and give'.heir Post Office, County antI StatS

DAVI*. Sf.Kl >.tn. fmtvr DITI j.Wne.1! the .i RAIL-1HUDS.I \ Indies and Miv:. Fancy and plain Hosiery all i llur machines for the faiue PUII'ose that ever I 13T Keraenjber that every Prize u drawn art

Mth4:4: rrotmtant Omri-li tmut 2i) \'ar. "sn. anl li:\* the
nofTi'Ulf'o anJ wortlijr m.-nitx-r. unit J u-d ca-'inl' peaocfullr (;. ..:. ) ,'Aittfr "- ., C-L'1 i iU I have daily witneel! Shingle, work DAVID IIARTMAN. Lancaster. Pa, fjf" All priors of lO00 and under paid imme-
As SJOE> GO.NIK-II'! shop,
.an.1 liappy. aiul has .ur I\' gtnet., Ix-rn-narJ in Jlcarcn. <_-Or -.jJ_-." ';_. I I Samuel M.Kiny.; .a t'l r. of It. 1BJXJ.SX.VEI.Y., .lt'. dintely after lbr drawing-other prizes at the u ol:

y.. liHe .r pen t.n.t rC'a" in r..lat!"n I.)the lift* and Patent Leather. Calf Skin mvl Glove*,. fully concur ia wl'at.Ir.. Ooo
'toalh Hir ninrli it-N-cinnl .i"lrr. no itt lirr ilir-fintioj-! Change of Schedule.o Lor Kid; Also Russi-t nnd! Heavy Brop W. R. RUSSEL_, Forcmmi of the Shop. I J. M. .TE'I.'L Druxore. Lancaster Co, Pa. All eo'ninonintion* strictly confidential.Addresa .

i vl spirit I III near the Throne ..((;oI. in that bl'Alllln.1 I .h"re o galls for Plantation c,.. La- 1S55I H..Ul'I.mUWER.tBnO..P.1rauis..Jo. :0rd.;rs for Tickets or Certificates to.

.I.n.: arrow pain amt Jratli. 1ui1l nocr t-nUT. A few :m'I nfti-r Sitmd.n: the iin.th, < et ,ljer3S, die, Misses And Children Shoes of every doscr'ption A' -( T.\, GA. ,of'It.Qth the above. J. .. GORDON' Marietta d. i S, SW.CO.., Avgvsta Ga.5r2T" .

11'lIrI..r..r.. her d..parrllr. Hie writer con\fr>.l .ilti I..r.an.1 Hats and! Caps. | Three Ply and Inrain.Carl'dS have witnessed operation maMERCIIANr.. Columbia Lancaster Pa. rer, < Ala
: Tiam will toe nu tlail). (SuiJiiys exfe[>ted) hi the above statements amI"olflj un residing near llontgomery. oAtl4me'a -
and fully
to fin-1 lit r r"/tD..land l hnppy. of Brussels Rugs of Velvet, chine concur ; -
mu..III.a..J quit-- (jllo\i [ (*a., cm have their orders filled and sav-
as : and
CliiUIrrn ant t r.tativo .I ln' >.ur tears: *lic i j not lca-l. butiUvrth. N lions. j Woodunre, t Willow-warp, i Brushes, further say that its -plicity tlnmLi1ilyWe for the undc-r..igned, having in use the above Machine I tine by a Jresiir S. Swan LeavvStatinP.WaIefsNja. .. .. I that I have seei ma above
: s A.M.Arrheiit far anything do concur in the statement
Try to In,tl lur'in Hcarn N. i I Comb so surpasses fully : .
Perfumery, | ,
TallahassMre . . .. 9 10.1. Fancy Soaps king Vhiugle*. il.at I would have no othi-r at aillJOltS W11ITK. Pit!:l-urg. Ta.ISA'AC -

Lease Tallahassee ... .. 9 So A. M. IstatKintry.Hardware pi ioe if I could pet the one above alluded .to Th!.-, : %VILSdN'macLute do.THOS. I ftjcietv fur tale ly E. M. WEST

CAMP MEETING. Arrive at St. .1 l.tL anti! Cutlery, ; Glass-ware: can easily b j attached to the Common Gin WOODS ':Ji I Tallahaiser, ./* ., ,

Leave SL Mirks. .: 1' :U. I BlatksmiMi Tool, I Crockery Gearing,and worked by any common plantation bamLO W. }'. FAHNESTOCR; do. tTT" A .list tf: the number that are Jrnwn from


at NEBO Careen S or I I miles West of Tallahassee Leave Tall.-dias-K-e . .. .. 3.50 P. M..rtivc I How-\iare, | DUNCAN BliYANT, Fernandint. Fl.l: one is entitled tt, will be published after every Jraw'

nviiroencing F.Ujy night lf re the fifth Similar in .\ at 'WaUet' Mill, Station :.. 5.30 P. JL GROCERIES, I AubrsTA Sept. 9th 1803. : PETErt BUNNIUER. Armstrong Co, Pa.Mit. itiff, in the ftillrttrinif, papers: Augusta (OcoJ Canatitutionalist -

October. Ministering Irethrrn and the public; lireinritt.J. C iiiK'Cting "iih Post CoaclK-s daily to JIotictloan I Of every kind and variety. AH kinds of WINES .Jesmes L. COLEMVN-Dear Sir: I have seen':' C. W. PARTFIELD, Venan-jo, do. Nest Orleans Dells Mobile Register.

n. J. McCOOK.Tallahawce l tw.ee a \\e c'!c to )Ia.li l'n. Alligator, H.il.nin! teal| : and I LIQUOR'S.Saddlery. the Shingle M.-uhinc of Mr. S. M. King in operation. ; JOHN: EDWARDS, Clealfi ltl. do.A. Clmlefton Star drd, Nufhv-llo Gazette AlUma Intflli .

I Jacksonville, an i ivin at Monlici: 1 i lo! t>Ji MindajssiulFiiday" i and (rollS what I saw of iU performance. I can safely I' :10HltI: tit eo.WM. :encer. Ne*' York Weekly Day Book Savannah
October ?. 1&! iI. anti <]i>paitiig:t WrdneRd.i s end! ,I : Oils, Paint, ?. Pure Lead Potash Bagging that it is the best Shingle Machine I ever', KEITH.: Wilmington X. C. I Morning( Npws.Riehmond DupnUb. New York Dispntth .

__ ,_ .d I with let G..u.J I.. Xew 1'11"1 arrival of.:1"1 nluHlyf"Lidl; : and Pope. and every tiling else usually sold iu thismarket. saw say., doing its work in the best jiossible manner and DAVID FOSTER, d returns iniichine of the kind in u;e. I think I (AiL) Tcjie D tvitb the
the hocof
simplest
I Lf.re dt-paiture ; We hope that those who wit 11 to buy 'hat is WCKv -, being '
Notice.rI"JI1 J'ail U-tueui Xcw aol adapted to the successful mvraticture We, the undersigned having amined the nhovoma I Nov. 14. 1335. 4J-ly(
West it
OutSitKey peculiarly
:t"'lh'l (; \anti l will cull ,1Ict show _
>* CI""I' give UR n o iu
Cuba, ari l intermediate points on the Julf!: ariiting i shingles or heading in the Southern States where iitie, have n<> hesitatIon III recommending1 it to I InelrOC'tI
UNDERSIGNED! I'esire! h. infoim* old them our Ge'oL)4.VS will ask no one to buy uuleiwe 'I
'I it,aol ikpti: ting Front St. Mirt... the 1.1th and 29'ii I II them in Icicle and are the most avail-ible operators ; and if Shingle Makers: I Irrttpt"rly ]Maryland State Lotteries.
i..O\I, -ind cuttoirrr that he has removtil fioml.i can suit jiricc.
of trefy month. Should tlue slates! fall {..nlhlaff. : attended, I believe it will cut 12,000 ri1linJOHN WHITE, Wilmington,
i OLD STAND and j"int'Ir.. JOHN PRATORIOUS. I tie tram \\iil be mn a31 j>er rcl-cdu'e! to conncit ulthSteamers. CAKUELL &. MAXWELI glespcrd.iy. A.l'. MORHI. do.WM. I K. FUI>CE & Co., Manager*. 4 4F
where he will be pleaded to fee Iii OLD Pruosa Sept. 18 1858. 38 ILtEDEMAN, 3 1. IL G. R It \ J. e. PERRY ed-s.

; nnd w ill be most happy in h"s; bu.-inesa .'n. i iiecti"n I 1:: ]IOL'SfOtN N. B.-We lire now receiving our Good from the I WM. KEIlIE tin.Arcust.t O the Maryland State Lotteries, prc c"t the fo

to execute all ordti with promptnes, and he Prcs A Geo. T. Ward and_Gen. Bailey. Ga., St'pl9t.h( 183. ; ISA.\C wiLso do.Mil. I Ion log SI-lcntlill Schemes, '

hopes to the eatitfactioJi of all parties.: :uPl'riuluJlwt WM. S. .ASII1do. For AUGUST 1858.
: Sentinel. ) lIa\"in htll the j
fajilon Jlcssengern It KlsG-D Sir: e'r.
Wntl11 S.
ASA B. n.A IlK. : ( NEW GOODSi I __
ILENIIYADAMS. ..10.tltms I __. -
< !" fol severil ,
Her"biccopy
P. S. Ail: imhbtcd 1 to the fiiljaeriU-r arc ) bi,1 rortullity of l\C't'illg your Shingle Machi.lle :
partiM dt.. of Tickets to beware
TIlO3tA ASIIE cautior
Npt 2, 1858. SONotice. in at Mr.[ \V. Il Go..dTlch Shop, III They purchasers : i>(
rei'pfctlullj rrqiirkted to call and settle at at eaily i -- ---- -.-------- operation I ".10,iu Tickets_ in lotteries where extraordinary
a day as 1atih.!.. September 25. 1858. 39-lm large Coital art offered for a small cost of Tkket
October 1C, 1 ::. 52 'I
CHEAPJOODS. -- -ull sucb4lre"inJlefl.; .

A LL persons indebted to the Estate of I Atlantic Telegraph Caole.o The Marj Ian I Lotteries have been In existence for
l\E' UIS-\IU: (.OOUS. ptn'o. I CHEAP GOODS
Z V. S. Knit: deceased! late, of Leon. county, arc I I Forty Year,. They are drawn by a Stale Officer

--- requested to make: I'nnudi.i payment to the U: I AM now receiving my large and carefully selected .1 of thc Atlantic Telegraph Calle nnd can be reused on. If yon draw Prize, rou wilt

WEBER & DANNHEIMER, frhjneil admit i tratoi ; and those hat'ing claims: : : STOCKS of FALL and WINTER GOODS, AT Tile STOKE OP I j.icfc -tt your saotier. The whole country is ilot>T w wi'b
SEEN AT TilE STonE Of
TAN BE
aid l .tat*% are requested to ;present them duly 'Ir'l embracing every quality and style.SILIS Bogus Lottery concerns. Beware of them.jjjf" .

MERCHANT TAILORS theiiticate l \ithin the ti.ne: prefib4't by law,<>r : T. HAYWARD & SON MYERS & GOR IAN. I,, Order tn the Maryland State Lotteries
notice will: he in b..r
plead ( thtir I I --- MACMF1CEST: scnrtz.I .
AND DFALIRS IN rrcn.Cr. Silk Robes a Laize, [Striped iFLoir ---0
-cialiy dcun-d that those of o---
holding
ep I Volatile !I Plaid A Plain Col'd Silks three fourths of our I land State
IJ.11):: r-.lI.lIJ CLOTIIIXG the deceased as en due will a Quills I j Double Skirt V T Stock of Merchandise now in Store NEW CLASS N
A s uGENTLEMENS' or running to maturity, promptly make it ,
14 Flounce I I. I Bl'k Silks of every quality, Tobcilrawo In Haltimore,on Saturday lfat 13W.
L. II. KNIGhT, August ,
FURNISHING GOODS 100\1 AJUtr.Oc. AT COST
l 9. IS5<5. 41SwExecutor's Fh ina anti Marceiliue Silks. WATCHES CLOCKS, 11 Drawn allols in each Package: oft Tickets,

TALLAHASSEEFLA. Worsted Goods t roran.1 Priced------40,000 J PrIze SC-----, ,
--- : Z.OO
-- when they are wanted 1 by the Piece or Quantity, and Jcirdry Silrcr Ware, and fancy Goods.rpHE t "rue.t ........ 10(1111I 1" ...' 1,1)03
Sale. Cathmcre and Do Iain Robes a Laize. when the Stock on lioard of the Uliln"nn,1 "ltnL.er'J" 1 10,001 .1
T SURSCRIIIERS are now rtcc\'in-.. Volante, rive, we "ill offer them by the Piece or -- -- I it .: ::::::::::: auo? 1 : ::::::. :;
their Stcre next to R. II. Parry's Au< nlJi of an order of the lion. J. W ,. a I I h.I'OOO 20 Fuseof.... 1-il
1'/\01.\ well selected Stwkof FALL % IX pursuance 'yes double Skirt, I Quantity (Groceries excepted) at UNDERSIGNED life now reeei\lng large I! .:........ 5ss, 2t ...:.
I5aker. Judge of the Circnt Com of the JliddhsCircuit Black Bareges ami Challie, rent Atlfame 0.YelC Yvrk COST JL and well selected stock of .;......... 11.000 :0" .... :3)I
TEU GOODS suitable forUEXTLKMKSSr of Floiida, I the nndenigned Executor of the Poplin and Merinoc, Tvxty jxr ...... 11,11(1) I-IJ" ...... 45(5I
WE fl. last Will and TcstanitLt Thomas Avcritt, Solid colored Cashmeres and Dclain For Cash Watches: Clods, Jetrrlry, Surer and Plated .. ........, :,')111I M" ..... 1Jf
Ilt-nry .... ..
deceasedvill sell the Ware and Fancy Gooilf I .I\lJlJO M" _.. II)
consisting in pail of French and En- li-1a Cloth Ca following real at pub Scotch Plaids I ........ 11.000 Ii4 to .... 3)I
.iOlert'lIlIncl Vesting of the latest stleand best qual. lie outcry to the highest. bidder before the Alpacas: ami Bombimno, Call and Look Ifforr. you Buy l-l. czrll'r. consisting of .. ......... 5,0(5. 4.Iii .... tIt
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ity which they are prepared) to mAc uj> to ordc in Jou"c d Deeemlier next, to-i'it The X I' the E 30,316 PrIzes------------amounting! to-------------ioi.oon 4
of .
V a workman like audfashioi I .iblc mautcr, and on RrA- : | IInr J Sundries : ious \*ill.! we l.r>pe. not wait for Jannary, but .
,Alwi of the S I 4. of:.e. 24.. in Town. I. Range 2, Sand K; years their Cotton to market nnd Cents! fine silver Anchor anti Lepinc Watcher, Tic:11l's.'I(1. JJaI u v.2 Quarter $2.50 EIghth '1.23.Crrtitkat.ol .
troent fast
IO ABLE TEBSIS. a good assoi ami W J of the X W 4 (. in Township Engi! Crapes, [Bonnet, Belt, anti Trim- come as as they get Ladies fine Gold and Hunting Anchor ** J'ac-h.c,. OtIS\Vh".es...............1M.W.

READY-MADE CLOTHING I. Uanire 3. X and E.:: .fS19.; acre nitre or Black Silk Velvet, ming BblH; !. P.I r 'ARREARAGES.This Dial .' do tIS Jlalyea.._............ 1t.COdo.
3:0 ojvu d. t4 Qtnu1f'r.... .... ....... .iOdt
conei"linj of Fine Clack and Colored Cloth Frock lees, all lying and being in the C'lmt.of Leon aol a. Ribbons, BVk A col'd Silk FiingcJ, immC'csc1ylong Credit: puts us to great inconvenience Elegant seta of Florentine Mosaic rl1intiu ?. Cameo do t4iigtstb............. 19.75

Coats, Fancy Ca
Colored Ralan and Over CClnt.t Black and Fancy thousand dollars of the purchase' Velfret Trimmings.Tn'sell\ Buttons, discharge till ir liabilities, anti enable n* to mIit-harge Silver Fob chains, Guard and Vest chain,Ladies fine HAVANA PLAN.

l,'I kin anti l Cafimere Pant. Figured Grenadine money at the time of sale and! the balance iu 1, 2 Silk J. Worsted lisbon,Bl'k A colM Dress Buttons what! .e also on c. T. HAYWARD A SON. Chatal.iin chain. Indies fine Gold Coral k Jet Drace- .

ftnd Fancy Silk and Cassimerc>st and a year, with S per cent interest.JESSE French Eugenia and R. R..YAXKEE Ncnoss. Sept IS, I88. 334wW lets Gold aivJ EnameltHl Pins IIn.I1- r Rings, Gents Tltl U She J meek of w-Dratciny.-- f'rUet' fa on*

AVEUITT, Ext'r.Oct.9 Corsets I ------ Bosom Pins Gold Guard Fob and Badge Key., Fife I
ALSOA Whttl sits l Tifiett I'M '/..- Prize it
-- tery
1858. 41 Hoops Skirts : L. Dennis & Co. Gold Pens mimI! Cases, a large assortment of Fine; Prawn out.
good assortment of black and fancy silk avals -,----- Gold and Silver Spectacles. Gold and Coral NecklaCe

and ties, shirt, merino silk and cotton under thirls, Crown Bustles Coronation Skirt, in Store, a lot of Salt, Flour Segars, Rice Gold Tooih and Ear Picks, Gnld Slides! Belt ruzn PATA.L&1I CeLL, irmiocT AVT PIDOCHOS

collars, sock*. gloves, Ac. NEW GOODS. Extension Steel" SkWU a Cruvelli Balmoral Skirts** HAVE Coffee, which we offer low for cash cottonor Buckles, Seals, L(t: .ets. CLarms, Gold and Silver Maryland Stato Lottery. .
and Misses.
The subscribers arc new beginners and not entirely "\'\7K arc now receiving a large and carcfu'ly se- Cruvelll! ChilJs Country Produce. Thimbles Sleeve Buttons and Studs Fine noM EXTAR CLASS 9,

unknown to the community, and they pledge levied StOck GROCERIES, and Fall and Mantles and Cloaks : Lloyd Sept. 25, 1858. M nings aU i'.', with Diamond flub\. Opt} and To bf drawn &atmoreMtLlB.tar
themselves give sjtisfactioh to all who may favor Winter DRY GOODS. embracing every style and Plush) Talmas, Colored Clunks Pearl Sets, Plain .\. Chased Ring, Misses Rings, !o.l{5 Price* t 40,000Tkk.t.tr

them with their patronage j. winiR.: quality usually \antc in this market. Moir Antique and Velvet Black and col'd Raglans Cash Advances I pliiu and with feltl. We would call particular attention to the following
Worsted JIaatles
L, DANNIIEIMKR. GHOCEII.S.l.: Mantles, Zephyr MADE: on COTTON shipped to our Friends i iI t; SILVER WARE : splendid scl:rce, a package of 1ft whole' tMtet

Onion, Rio atxl Java Coffees, Cloth Talmas, I York. W. L. DENNIS Jt- CO. Plain and Threaded Table Spoon. and Foils, costingtxily f SO-awl every other ticket, tefng

Oct. 16, 1858. 42 Potatoes, Cracked Granulated! Laces and Embroideries : Lloyd Sept. 25, 1S8. 39 Desert warranted t a draw flO,'ifetermlDevTby tVa iii-;
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--- -- -------- ------ U Tel bee drawing' the Capital Prizci whether odd
Currants Brown ort
,
Sugar YalencieiiQC Collars Coil's A Sleeve,
Groceries.JUST Rainl', Bacon Sides clear and Sleeves. awlMourning Emb'd: a es 0Maltese W. L. Dennis & Co Sugar Spoons, Mustard and Salt Spoons, en'u. ; "..
Dried SoCp: Ladies Pie Ktivt,Cake .. Butter do. and SPLENDID C1JLJU:< .:

RECEIVING: Tin FOLLOWING : Appt'I.. tihbl. Ham, Collars" "Sleeves" i English and French Embroideries HAVE in Store naburgs, Kersey, Blankets Fruit knives, rrizeoi.1I.OOO: c' Lpprezlmat'i1a..;.. -

CHEAP FOR fASIl OH C0770X0 : Cilmll.English Dairy Cheese, .1 Sugar LarJ, dbc. Marseilles Ilouiton I White and colored, Dimity *. Sheetiiifs and fchirtinj*. For sale cheap. Silver Napkin Kings, Silver Card Cases Porto 1 .......... ll1.. C .. .. 10*
Iork. 1 .... .1.0.104 .. 60
--- --- Got>hcn Butter, Linen Bands. Lloyd Sept 25 1858. IfS Monaies and Tweezers, Silver Cups and Goblets. 1 ; ......... 1.000 C .... II

T.ANTS' Extra Flour (new Wheat) with Colgatcs Pale Saop iu h: i; Boxes PLATED WARE : 1 : : ;= C a- ..30
I. together qr. Fall & Winter Clothing For sale I :::::.:::::
Beautiful of Silver Plated Cake .
Mount Vernon -ALSO- patterns Castors I .....?_ IfKO 8 to .... 3.1

Gcshen Butter A small but assortment of l I HATS; CAPS \TAILS. Hollow-ware and Iron, by Baskets Candle Stkis and Waiters. 1 : : ::: ::: = ..
Powder Shot and Ca pa complete goo< I.quor. 11. BOOTS AND SHOES. .1.1 W.LDENNIS&CO. Fine D. R Gun, Game Bag, Ponder Flasks,Shot 1 ; 1 S N ... .l4

embracingVines; Brandies, Gins, ( Pouches Caps Wads anti Wire Cartridges. 1 : ::::::.::: : .
Jloek Potath.p Lloyd ti t. 25,185S. S3 I s ... y
Loaf and Crushed Sugar, Philipy,) Monongahal.-t Whiskey, Cider, London Porter Staple and Plantation Goods : __ _h_ __ ___ __ Visa CtTLEu-TaUe and Desert Knives with & 1 .: ........ 200
Q -n.* bbl. and J(flt Sparkling Ale, tc, d Blankets, Prints, without Forks, Rod?'rs & Woeteubolmes focVtl \ ....... tOO S .
.kcn'l in i I For sale ..
1t 1.b joo 100 are........ .. ...
Pickles -DRY GOODS Plantation Kerseys Gingrama, Cutlery RcLej do eatenljolmes Razors&ASciijort. :::::::::: :
Nut.n,1 20,0.1St' : 10 ar*.......... ....j.ioo boo
Candy n'rn1,aDd Adam.tiue Candles, Kerseys, O Osnaburgs Georgia Plains. Wool and rixo Gt'Orgi.Plautation Russets rOOD>, \ and Willow.ware and Crockery by Fine China Goods. Paper Meebe Goctk. W>ol.TaLus $10.Ualrcs $3,Quarter H.B4 .

Lioseys, Blankets, Jbc. Miss de Lames Car.bri Loui..inna" Apron Checks W.L.DENNIrfiCO. Musical Instruments: A laaapra'IeuleaSee of ruUp. 11 Wbtie., .kr'e
iJ( ntij! ? Fluid Cashmeres, Ac. Ttvecda and Blue Denims, Tweed, Satinet, J; Kentucky Lloyd Sept. 25,1853. 39 Guitars, Yiolina Flate. Tambourine., Acconleoos, ;penom*.ih to par be onlr..win tra teat rur.40 ........... ..|*)
.Wine m\\ Cider Vinegar Silk. I ChockUw Stnpes Jeans, do. llliahre*. & 4.; i JJ ttU-k and Bladders, Kentucky JfaDs. Edgings and loser- Bnnjos te. dos do. 1.Qua rIrn, d x....., Wijo.
Iot.awk" Linseys
and Starch. tings, American & French Prints.JI.V For sale Table Mats Backgammem Boards, Walking Canes do. IfEtgbUs, 4.------------ 19Tb
Ctr";; onl l Currants: Soap : Marlborough oil Plaids,'White and fled l Flacoel, '
House Bell. Japacned Welters Feather Dusters
L. DENNIS .t CO. OF
W. EJ.CS1XETT AbSOBTMLXT
Glasgow Ginghams, ,Bagging and Rope Shoes and Saddlery. Paint Boxes, China SetU for Children Fishing Tackle Hanagsrs have been fO p.UetJ.lrotn l the *oimerooa -'.

,OcLIC. 1S5S. 4! __ ___ _____ __ Cents Bl and Shosts. Brown and Blea Canton Wood Ware BOOTS WLDENNIS& CO. Perfumery, tc-, 4e. compiaioU made to Usern, o( ,aofii tfttlBon ***.
----- CKl -.LSO- Flaniiel, Hollow Ware, Lloyd Sept f 5. 1858. 89 -ALSO- the part o(thtiM who bar been attodin to.U.

Sard-Ware. r liU_\r cr,.' an*! Children Shoes and Boots! ,'I Bru'o and. Blue Domestics,'Crockery, 3 or 4 Sterececopea with beautiful Paluluur, ,filling of prde'I, lur uJWtWeorreexjadeoc. ; business 7
i- <""! .5 Sheeting, Hardware. a and ia tb air .
Planters Ste l Hoe. Axes, OJ c: quality.Coods For sale lor sale by MYERS GORMAN. own name.
CHAINS. and
Steel Nail
TRACE ] Bed Tick Iron : U'--rdet'Ttektta from ti.M .
Tools N. B.-A liberal deduction for CASH. u.icgef1 Dt
1 Hinges, Locks,Screw Iud Carpenters DENNIS & CO. Clothing and : and Tweeds. D. C. WILSON.Sept. ROPE, Bagging and Twine. Sept. 25. 18 58. 89 ; A04rcw. afi loiters to K. lL\1\Cg I. 0.,
W. U
fi.r tale bv Doe ._ w.L. DENNIS & CO. .
P.nU-Cloth. Ski. 18, 1858. 38Lands. s. .Uultirnort Hd.
Lloyd:"Oct. 16, 1858. nNewHats -do. do. Lloyd Sept. 25. 1858. 39
Ccats Meb8U5.
__ do New Fall and Winter 10-lj
Scotch. Sil
Vests ---'
do I'lain Stin
Uudershirt8-M.riooes. Silk & o For sale .Pantation
Lmb for Sale l!
Linen Bosom Shirt. Cotton Shirts, 1'IlE subscriber offers for sue the land belonging S08BS: -.

TRGE lot DOW opantnb a Pure Flax. Marseilles and Linen Shirt Bosoms, the Estate of the late Col John G. Gamble A ,FINE lot cf Havana Scgara and Tobacco. '"' I I t A KARIf CnjarCSfQH 4 B ARQ4L5trIrn
1..1 W. 1. DENNIs l co. black and fancy Silk.HATS i in tb? county Jefferson, consisting of 1770 acres w.L. DENNIS & CO. .,-_ .
42 Crnts-Plin ankcenah, lyimj within seven mile of 26 1859. ZForSale are notr ree*hksg per Brig <' Oro.T.WAIf"
Oct 16,1853.MEDICAL.,---- 4.$ CAPS. known Peneacola 5 S : A Georgia Railroad. Lloyd. Sept. WE fromNewYogvneralajjti.gof.soiiaUe .ca- Uncforaiped o et'W. tunAno ,'i .fr. t
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NOTICE. A assortment of gentlemen**& boye'lastitytes. Also a tract of 240 acres, lying wiltin three miles GOODS ccndillng of JL crI f4ac > wellknarrli. It.wit&mft.vulet
the bead of DRY GOODS. HATS AND of TaHaKa .. on tb*Btlabridgt neaa4eontsins,
_. SADDLERY ) *tr., &c. of said Railroad and one of 80 acres at CAPS
tdweflij1soeie'vitit
('ULl' on the Waoss river; being ia all 2090 A LIKELY GRO BOY.. 20 year .. HeXJL HARDWARE- BOOTS navigation
Dr. J. H. M. Gardner, All wf which Wt' oflfvi for sale at prices 10 of corre-the acre. which he will sell at $10 per acre ODfrthird nay-be seen at the City HoteL Apply to IL GIWCR IES. iC, 40, 40. I. fW' D. .
conditiou .
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with the deficient and sandy alotb at >>ailding 1'h WJd1,
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located LLOYD. cash, La1aucen: one and two years.' Rutgers w to Knight Bsq- wLJch; we. selected with mueb care and will
Kepeclfully, sell e.Uird ad the baaM.1mftm.tu,4'
HAVING Ai.Smvicw to the Citizcus of the place Collou Croix ORMOND & co. ROBERT GAMBLE; is, Ext r JESSE CARTER. at fait ;nce'. O.4 ,J. \( tvo'a .
MCN AUGHT; I MEOINNI5,5. O.'C.U5.I $ Y
c Tallahassee 4 1838. SO rear?
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RouGlUN 48 HOURS WAKULLAIROI? WORKS WILLIAM ; }; .
The Floridian & Journal I NEW GOODS FOll SALENrnrt.srr.o
FLORIDA.
$.. !";.i I :rJO"UV Por't FJ.a. TALLAHASSEE, cf !! cf tie Fir J
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______ TAMES S. JONCS & CHART. DYKE, I ,CiF fGfiE : : : F q.[ I This EMallitact( is Sew Under Full Blest \\.\Rr., WnOlCSALE .\:P 1 I1'\1J. (1.ah"t"ry Mttiiig.; vl be sold rn tie firttI Id.!.adltT

At'Two Do 1.1 A.is nnnuin. in advance.: ') 1ri. t :'itt: I. .- -...--- -- UIAIJK I; l'i.\i, FASCY AMJ JAWABC. '.\' 1:1' t, (tthe Pislu: tlllJ) of D.-CII\1J..r rJut. a' the Court boyces's
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IN TALLAHASSEE! 'T i : \.f.-- "' TahutLaasev. Tc"l' Icur Nc. ll. 1,1 ,..I; it'1
INCEthod-.uth Mr.Pun-1, Mr. ( :(. .. KissO I' ,.(ToI.r.l1hn'ct'hitl t"e.1 fn '.fd: te Hettcj.t i.
: TERMS OF ADVERTISING. -0- UATO'\' ,. c.tTTAHOClEr. ha* taken ere; u'c'm.iim.ic.itioii!! *. t'lerrforeicl.itive stove ai-Quartcrf Prote trnt CLisn-l i. situate.'t.!

One *quarof I 2 lm**,or 1te*.iirt insertion, (1 00 LATEST STYLES. FOR C Mail LineMillot h. \1\1 ik. Ac. .!:ou'd be addressed to l.im. i SPLENDID assortment ofconkirg. Parlor: Tr.IDISOIlO.tJl n -1,. the l'II',,. m a credit

** .acli ultcequmt &0ProfctiiooaliaJ : U 9. atSorn.i.VVocJ.1.y A'l ?ork coining unfler! the haul! of this business A r.nJVooJ Slovi ,tiimmail witl.en IH'.t&l'O ,>fno two aiiJ three ji r-. tic pcic* aeepTif..;

Uubinea CurJa, incited tt10 ]Ier i FALL Af n ; will !tJt'1 j rtmptlv. inw.li:inc
rr.um. WiNTEf0 :I at ns moderate a charge asjrice of labor, j city .'.
Advert. meoti> not marked with tIle number of : -- r..1l't'1 Tuesday's and Friday's at 10 jastfy. I Out Door Jo fur title deed
insert will be continued until f rbid and I i is f tIC Rof.firgOrnanrentjil Front IIra l*. Guit..rii-g. Ci>p pity
. wot >> charged SILKS AND u'el'lck, a. ;.'. J Tl is EsUUklrcicct rot kept up T purposeof JtNrSL.TAYIOn.| Spi-I :!J tnglj.J2fCertificates. tXS. making to > ) ns. clear bought end Tin Conducting l'tprs. Sheet: Loa-i Sl-n-t .
Leaves ChaltafioacJfC Tuesday's and Satur I money (strange .iy. per !!rl!!' TI, L13& 3?
of pablicatinn of logal or estate Poplin and M"rinoe", (Cloths and CMlnns.ValvntiaH I experience has ilVnuwtr ,ted to me, it rarn"t be J'n Zinc. Lead Pipes. Patent Cisttin Pun.ps. Shoj'woik
tiutM ia will not b< g-'ven uutil the advertising fee i is I and CII:1It' I JDomrstiro nu.II'1) il! day's after the arriral of the Steamer from in tide resicni at tLw branch of busi'ies'but fur the of evf-y variety il,>ne at Mioit notice.C'ity Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE .

paid. j Riblioiis and Trimming !jLinseys and FIinncN.Embroideries Apalachicola and ihe Stage from Tallahassee I benefit of the unfortunate, who happen to have Engines and Coutilrj' :31(re ha ills OF FLORIDA )

4 __ _u. __ -_ i Cloaks and Mantillas, 'Utl and Cups, invited to give me a call befoic
BtACKSMITHING IX ('()o D TWO-IIOU HACK' :. PatttS'i, Ktotl', JIttcfi.ufry: Tool &'.. ItinjLarye Are respectfully prrclinsin ) W. EDW AIl.S.: Sheriff ami Atfpiii.totiatnr
1
JtOOTS lie WIIt.1 in O-'dee. and Good CJflJti.yn-- elsewhere.tfj y fiicia. of tie K.
] IOJS r pHIS LINEw i now i-ifir-.t-rate older All articles mir.ufuCtucd tie: ex t te cf J..Ln B. 8w.. late
-9- Carpets and Oil Cloth, Iron and XaiU.C i h'ock! Las beets renewed with new and cvnifornble \ Jut fan bt Turned Out icithXtalMri : N. U. warante l durable. No other very art of J..It'ron,. (tUIt: ;, deceased Las filed in Ute I>,'.

I TOTICE i* hereby given that : <.mires and Curtains, I'Paints and Oils 11.ids. The Drivers are careful, s-.ler an.1 1 accouiinodatwg. andlUfjni'th. \lest will material l.rfert"J and f'r Ellie. i-ste "> tee tf, JiI 9 if?r*<'n f''m"rittb, du gr t>.u

.1_N the BLACKsiirrniNo Bvsi-j p i IL.rjware and Cutlery, :j 8srgiug; ; lOI Rope.Ciockeiy A liberal allowance: of b.igpge: allowed Shafting. Pullie, Piunuler: B.>s -s. H.n htjs for Ic October'1S53.be 12 that L : brliev thFttate of Join B. tcott, t. l.

I WESS will be coot inued as heretofore and Gl.iss ware |S tit and Fish, to each passenger. t Shafting Spur Gearll Water and) Seam Pipe, --- insohrnt :
at the OLD STAXD of IX C. WRBOX, in the I GROCERIES AND FRUIT. __ I SU,p C'eks, Gallic Cocks, Grate Bars Plow C. tings U'InesSyrllias. if. Therefore rr'tifc i ii given t> all person Laving
name, style and firm (If AGENTS : I Si gar R"illcr*. Circular and Upright Saw Mill and claims a'ainet 5.;i.J Estate, to appear an.1 file ti ,
\ general assortment of the above artice now coming A t Milton, Jw. A.CHAIFIN-, Gn-t Mill Glaring, Circular and Upright Saws. Ac.. OLD OIml Brandy, SpiiklmgCVlvr, .. saTi'v..:th t1!c J'lle cf Pri l afe ,>f aid county i
iulo Store and offering W. D. MONROE I ( Port, OI.l Port Juice, ItctVrc! the Cl'b nrxt. wb,, tb...
H. B. Fitts. Co. Geneva, Ala. ; te, &'., Generally kept on Hand or got up on Short or iUy JAnuury
LOWEST CASH PRICES Campbeltou J. W. SMITH Notice. In Fact Here if the Place fur all that Want i' Madeira, Brandy dierlicb, 1\ill \I" a Iro.ra'1I.. tnl!athn of the tunIs lelM.!..njwliith
Gratefol for tire patronage Iterftof"re extended them Manana. W NICHOLS, I Woik in this Line Done tip Right and with Dispatch. Sherry trdinVe. te said utate. arutu-g.t tl. creditors 11.r., lit
They &roe now better prepared, and determined to FOE CASH or ITS EQUIVALENTS : Chattahoochce D. COIf Having some halt a dozrn Engines mjstlf constantly Sparkling OeHtine, Preserved Quinces, 611. the ,
SPARE ISO PUSS COUKTItV I'KODUCK, Passengers can be taken throughvith ceitainty, running, cauwd the Estab'islnnpnt! to be erected- (' flavoring Extracts, IVars, Iii' fuel di l.lqf fn'in the iufanpii-trition ..! Mi J
with comfort. Yeast Powders, T amlI mule, 1 E tae. THOMAS. .
and
secuiity the same cause must keep it np. Thm fore, you can .
o their pnrt to accommodvte all wbo lUll favor -OR- CEO. D. FISHER Prop'r. and Ccii'r. alnavs rely on having work done at the Span'sb' Olives, Spices Jud;' of PiuUte

Them with their patronage, :a: able Paper. I June 12. 1858. 21tfPLAITEaS' Coin Starch. Pitkits.Wcrce July it, i.JCS.; ; 21CuiaPlantation
1VAJiULLAIRO.}%{ 1lORAs.But .
tersL5re Sauce: Salad Oil,
GEOHGiV.. SCO'lT.Sept. ,
SUCH AS
i. : Mustard, Capers, for Sale
18, 1853. 3S : HOTEL English ,
Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Re. ------- ----- Here Comes the Nat Imj orient Tiling Claret, Clocoa. c 1TtT A TED> in lun.l.ii ('unt\. State of Florida
f\ pairing Carriage* and Billn AMES LIVELY.Januaiy I.- tr,'uty f nr mitn! South Alligator.. II consists '

jJ gift, Plantation work of I., RICHADSON'SBXS P1 Tallahassee FlarrIE rrmt PAY PAY PAY !!! I ---- --5--, 1 185KLiverv-- --- If foUl Luiuhe, n rt-s ,>fine Mail. ar>J Cby Ijn.L
There all ii t-5esu.ry Bu'liifg} en the place;a great
and every description, Wagons -i! : : DIAPERS; &c. SUBSCRIBER would respectfully inform You will send to New Yoik, Philadelphia and Bal and Sale Stable. I IIIilhY.thd in'l'Io\'n i iith.iTe len made arid a pirtf
Mill Irons repairing same, Ironing DAASKS timore and have work done without fir iiicmeiit
a tIe lainl n w \'I.lti\\tit.n. C"rl.tnttn .'
and Carts j -0XSUER RICRAIDS1 Lintnt. and thwe :J._ bis friends and the public generally, that the of credit but bore at home where there T"HE undersigned: i\'t'8 11'4i alltf
( I HOTEL wilt 1Jc the dreaming are j Jta "St J Irfnd for rnm; atnl l' other of work made of the iffninne gooiii should above well-known opened on Banks Banking facilities surplus capital, OU : ; Jtice, that ha has pnr t..LIT".f .
and io faet every discretion no or ,or ) "i"ln. Tbt-re i i' a- a Tract ofgo.nl llsmin-ck ac'
i
i that tbe articles; sealed with i second day of August next He invites the attention c t StaWi-rfj12ji.! .
Iron and Steel. all of which we W WARRANT and pledge see they purchase are want 1, 2, 3. 4 and 5 years credit. and then requireone ::::::: : chased the Livtrv joining- c san.' 1'L can be punitive.L ii tn'
ourselves to execute at the &lnrte notice.II. i the full name of the firm, of the public to its to ride from 60 to 500 miles for pay and probaI I William II. Ni wsom. in Tallah:is tP,together with the \ish"i; ; to e.'tt.t' ::11 tl.i* t'.nnty. >v..dd tlo well ny tu
RICHARDSON, SONS A. OWDES. I Facilities for their Accommodation. from 10 of good will or! tl.e cst.il.W.iii.011.! lu..1 l that I.e is now '
B. FITTS & CO. bly ultimately expend to 25 per cent j give n t a e.ill. as I will 'se a Imigara in my j4nefi
Jeb.2Y.18S8. 9-ly I as a guarantee of the soundness sad durability of the I It being in the immediate vicinity of the most desirable amount in collecting Is this right f Is this eneouraging j prepare-J to carry on tIle bn'iuet-s in all its l hrante) >, Ary ii.ft rm fi o ran IMu'vrn, l v addr'i>t>mg tie at

---.----- GoA business portion of the city, presents Home Industrj f If so, can jou be surprisedthat I pnd promises (the public with good ntinn HL.tnn- Tusttnugyt fL O. C"IUIULL'f' Past Fh-rhK

United States Mail Line Thil caution i is rendered essentially necessary 8 SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTSto it does not thrive t i\ in his hue on reasonable ft'rnl | C. II. W. COL1.IX.*
large qoantities of inferior and 'tit lances are Arrallgemeuts must be made for l'lyml'r.t before CHARD fCXDF.P.S. Jtm "
de [ 1ft. I >; 5
-F ROM- i prepared season after season scaled with tbe the traveler of b sins or pleasure, and is nnsur ddin.ry of work through some 1IIU"t' in this pIaN, i I Scp. C, 183C 36 I -- : _____ __._..

NEW ORLEANS TO KEY WESTA naoMi of Richard, by Irish Houses, who, r. nrJ- passed in all its appointments for the enjoyment of St. Math,or Tall1b88ec--lhllt is tar enough fromborne. I Notice.SIX .

a DINTERMEDIATE 1ss of the injury thus inflicted alike on the American' EASE AND COMFORT k THE LUXURY OF i FULTON FOUNDRY Mi nth"! nfledate.. 1 shall present lo tI f Hon.

FRORIDA PORTS consumer and the manufacturers of the genu eGo GOOD LJrI1YG.I I You may be good. but we cannot run after onr ". of ppibntr, ill and fur th* count of M idHon. .
will not readily aband a business 8 p.-olitable. hard earnings in this Department. Besides, when I Ta1.1ahassoc, F1.n. I Div final account and vor.tt.rr*. a* administrator'i
CONNECTED WiT THBSTEAMER : while purchasers can be imposed on with Goods of 1 I <& HIS TERMS: are MODERATE. jys Labor i i. credited out, parties try hard to nukf- themselves I n'IIE UNDERSIGNED Ll''e l to inform the I i of tl.e Iv-tate If Kidard II.irrJM.n df'I'I..1. aol

ISABEL woitblcss character. C. HOWARD FISHER. believe it ia not half dune because the owe J_ public th.U they have :...".i.itttlictusclvcs| in i, ..h,1I1.1'1\ tiN"i l for a final thiseharne frciu coil I 1.,1.l
rOK BATATA AXD CflAKLElTOX At lET WIST. J. BULLOCKE i J. B. LOCKE. Agents. for it : ni5nivtratK.il. 1. }I. IlARUfeON. Admt
July 31, 1858. :ntfn I buMness imtlcr the naiiie anil! ->t> lo of x.
.... 36 Church St., New York. _______ DANIEL LAED. Ma.' 8. 1859 r.Cm
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I .
Sept._18._1858. 81ySELECT Cardy, Baya V ( 0., -
I _" "- DENTISTRY.I New For .Inly 11, 1857. 28 .
TilE SOUTHERN I I i Notice.SIX
for the purpose of following the trade of rui.mli r'- and .

Steamshipg Mr CompanyOF SUBSCRIBER begs -lOJs the cit- T. J. CUR LEE, I Lands for Sale. : Machinist, and are prepared to exei-utc all kind* rlTI usontliKjifter date I hall ]reent my finAl
I THE I oik to this ba"".(;". Steam J !(fIl'ut Ptl I vouchers to the Hom>rai>li> Judge! (*
in future appertaining
StSSeteS Tallahassee aol vicinity, exercies continue, the prac- ._ Andrew S. fart and others ] Slate <->f Floiir i I mjtirsfunii
NEW OELEAS3 lzns of his SCHOOL will be resumed on MONDAY WILL of DENTISTRY iu South/ 1 I cia Mi J,lie Circuit, ,iod to order and Warranleil to gjve satisfaction.Sugar Probate JijTiT.u county, as n<.!miiii
HAVING taken the mail contract for above ports I. the 4th day of OCTOBER ncxl.i Georgia. and Middle and East Florida.He Lewis Curtis k Nath'l. Thnrslou \in Leon County. I Mills and Castings of Pil; kin.1* ii'ade with .>! -k. tithe E.tat.of.X.itlinm.il Fwl-om. WcnJ,
two first class Sea Steamers regularly I has had several in the neatness and di-patih. Plans and tstirnates funii;hed Kud nsk f T a di.uehuarg. from siulaitm'niat ration.WM.ll. .
i The studies will embrace the Ancient Languages years practical experience Trustees of the Apalachicola I In Chancery.Land i
twice a month, meeting in the Spauish Hole on tbe of all kin'Ia! of nu.1 1 I ANDREWS, late Sheri/hod
Mathematics Natural Sdpes. and English Students I profession the last three of which has been in those Company and others JURSUAN1' I Maciiiueiy Knsineerruj. They
16th and 20th, and leaving the same eveniug. also sole fur hoard .t Suits Steam Admt'r. ex e ffiio.
will be prepared to enttr Having I sections country. His work is of tbe meat beautiful to Decree rendered in this are agents Engine
) a cau' j
I CU.ge. e
'
TOE "STEAXER SPRAT'will for Ginning Cotton Grinding and Sawing. aud Ilai- May 1 1858 18-f.ni
and durable character and satisfaction
bad considerable experience in teaching, subscriber i i g uaraoI JL the subscriber will sell by auction, at the .\
leave New Port in tbe morning, and St. Marks teed in instance. rison's Grist Mills for steam IT I hu >r'e .
zeal and close attention to theduties every p'w'r.JOEI'H ------Notice-----:
'I hopes by energy, I cei oDd ti .cs herein specified all th.'IIIIIS! belong !
terminus on the arrival of the Cars from Tallahassee, All communications snt to Mo ticeh.! Fla will OARDY,
j of the school rom, to obtain a share of puL I ing to said Company embraced i in The J'oioe Pnr-
taking mail, passengers baggage and freight to and 1! lie r3Irolla As complete and thorough an receive attention as soon as previous engagementswill closer and lying in the orunties of Lem, WakulJi, I WILLIAM BAYA, SIX mfntl.f''r date I sisal) pm-rent roy final ae
agu'l! v"lIrl tothe ho,,. biieor
from tbe Steamer,and returning in season for the afternoon JOHN CARDY. era Jutge.'fFr.
obtained this school other permit.
$ cation can b at as at ROY. Gaddden and Liberty, viz : the land lying in the '
( Jeff-rsoo admini'ltrtt..r nf the Estate
train. State. I I May 3))/3rn;. --lyE 1)11I11Ii1
| iltitutiu I jfast: two earned counties will b0 sold at TALLUHS8EK efJohura P. II5ckIc.bthate! : :' of liJ deceased
!
The travelling public cin now rest assured that this eu-'nnty
To Gentlemen residing; in the country this 8ch..1of"n en the sevei.th ((7th) day (,f D. eetnl.er, nn.l 1 those
; ,hd.\i..blti..lt.
desired and communication I ) KKKEKKNCUS : I anti s'-it Cor a list-large f..1II call "
long frequently attempted T N AINSURANCE
more tlun urdinarv. inducements n* tle, *ubI lying in the l lct two, wM: I Ie sol.J at Qcr.11, on tic ; .
to and from the above ports is in such bauds a : Gov.M. S. PERU Florida.I4ov. THn- o. c)1JEIrmt'.
I designs the strute to ftmtti-enlh: of December
crbr pij'ng nttettiun I ((14th) day iu-\t. | ,
., to warrant permanency and success. I speedy aud thorough udvanctuient! of those pupils I .J. L. SEMTIRU 'IIm"viIle.G a. I These landcompriein shout a million of acres I j CONPANY --ilay. 115- -..18 fl.jlIIU" .
Passengers having slave servants must tee to | desiring to embark in conuntrcijl pursuits, besides j 1oP' '. E. LoVE. } extend from the St. Marks to the Apalachici/li HirI I Notice.
clearing them at the Ciutor.i House before going on I : Hox. W. S. DiLwoRin ) I Or JIAKTrVRlf.Inrorporalru .
in than
being i-Liapcr latcs sihx in iLia ers exhibit of'timber indiarenr, '
any Monbeello FU.I ; tht-y every variety
board. II place. Iu WILlS the school, a CJRS forBOOKKEEPMG i BEV.: W. E. HAMILTON, } I to this latitude including coursehire-oakc.3 --- \.O ICE if btfy given that fix m<-ntl, aft.r

t 55?" Also look after your Baggage yourself. clnltclol I ION.J. C. McGu1.E I l'l r. TCOL. -. 'c.br and juniper; the soil i is J.ipted to the growth prts j{I in ISP.-fiiar'.rr rcrpttdil.ii _i ,'nt,. apjflic-itkm a ill be made by the subj- ri-
H a.G1.s.
Forfuither particul Judge of Probate of Lena Counts. ,
grain cotton-long and i-hoit staple, tobacco, aolsugarcane. -ii-
DANIEL LADD. AKent. will be oplneJ 11,1 a thorough! practical course of M. WIIIT :SMI: 'PH. Al'igatcr Fla. | f.>r a $3al L'I.arp< a* administrator and admmi
Tlio waters abound in f-h. rind (lit fori i % II CAPITAL,- 1OOOOOO.
New Port. Flo-. July 11.1357.; 28 j study wi b plrFI Stul.ut" in this LianeL will ; April, 25. '57. 17 eat luth materials! for ehip-bi.ii'inp! and inval: fuViTEKMK -". tratrix i.ftl.e. Ijtatiof J..lm Tatnri. J,-t.ifeJ.JOHN' .
I be required daily! to write nut buMncM trnlacl.>e.I -- -- -- -- I J.. LLOYD. AdmlY.PHOF.UE .
-- One.third of tie IXSfRE .\G.\I ST I.O N \M(' H\M U.E BV FI!: :
DISSOLUTION and by tl.i nif.iuJ hare the rare opportunity <>( becoming P.B.BiOKAW'13.LPinrf purchase rnoney- tb > 1 H.I.LO'D.ImfJ.
I ON TtLMS AII.\I'fEIt TO TIIH HAZAEI,
paid in cah, the bilance! ia one and two
with tie year .
arquuntfd practical ;
M .
Sntiniattly cper.ituiu z p--u. :-I.n
I the of thi-t AND 'SillTALLAHASSEE in equal instalments with i,ht per (('ot. i ii.tertt AND coisrrVITH: THE L,\W sOF .
PARTNERSHIP. as a* lberv : STAtiLtS1 -
:.\ (.. t "

firm of A. R. COMBS & CO.. i ill thi. day di.. I jt'L 7 JnnI : :FLORIDA. I when all the puiehaw money i-> paid." B. C. LIIW1S, Azent. Notice.

THE by mutnnl consent The buSiness will! Ancient and pHE Proprietor uld inform 'Th-3 sale will be p"!itive and niilxint re erve. Fur Tallah.i'te and'vitinitv.AuyistlS. SIX rn' nlli; !< after lute I >!i.ill! present my Seal ne

fie continued by It C. WILLIAMS, wit is alone I Lnnsr'isgiM.ilhcmitio of Lilhe : fJ.f'l his friends and the I JOHN BEARD Receiver, Ac.Tallalnssee ; 1 g:'. :).i .. s'lTvoiuLvrs tu) the H m. Jtkl';e of J'rl"
Buok .
authorized to rattle the affairs of the firm. I 1 1rllch"1 EnglUh, including I public, that he has rebuilt bill._ Angust 25. 1S53. 85 ---- --- batetJJrCVi. .M e<'Ulat". aad! niiii-trator ex (>fi5"-.'.
session of .
months . 17 50 '
A. R. COMBS.P. i Primary keeping Blanches per . .:. . .. . 10 M argc Erick Stables, at the old stand, and is now 00* The following p'lpl'rlIre requested to p-ihlib The Original Extra Quality t.f the.lstate ..f Flnl.a .'adt'o late of sail ciicnlv. .!,.
C. WILLIAMS. prepared to accommodate his friends and customers the torogiiing once a week until the 7fh il.iy of DecctrVr ecaivJ, ani.ck fr a ilifci&r! o trots r.ikl mlMii.htratitm. -
July 16th, ISiS. riTABLF IIAIF IX ADVAri j He also has attached to bis Stables a good Black- next, and eond b>llj to the ReceiverMtut- I CORN STARCH. : W1I. I!. ANDKK\\S, late shentf ami

: I). n. CLAYTON.I I s nilii Shop. herr be will have have done all kind*of prinriy Advertiser and JI.nf"dt'rtlioll Colnh.bus! I j ,1)fltPAflED expressly fIr PudJns: le CreAm, >\:lIill atrat..r ex: f ff.fi! <\

All ]>*< oCII indebted, to the late firm of A. !L I Any infoimition required can: be obtained 1 by upj Plantation 1.oik IIor.e shoeing,and Carriagework in Times d, Sentinal; Macon Telvgraph; A'igu&ti Con j js'ltbtioualitt : 1_ Cat. B nee Mjngv, Ct!.t!rfJ 'I'u-n. Pecwhgee, J..lI-i- IF."',. L'1-Cni
Combs it C>_ fi>r tic year ISi:. '.:. and 1S5?. either j plication to the subscriber Lis re-IJetce! or at the the very best iuntier and wiLl prc-Li pieces and die- ; Sava'inah Georgian 110.1 I pnlheai I Ii :'. RiceiM-.l ftefhi-y A .H:31.: LIVELY. Notice.

b) note or :aicouut are iC'jiifttr'J tot cou. forward Store of Cut It. II. Beany.Stpt. pat oh.N Ctarle-ton! Mercury and CoarKi ; Wilmmgtjn Journal I Otto 1. IS;;. 12 I| .
and setth immediately K. C. WILLIAMS. ., Ifc5?. SOExecutors' ,vei. bcrB.1653._ 41 | ; Ralrigbi Standard ; Ritk-nond! Erquirer; TalLi- c IX.'"r'Js after dote, I tlm'.I: present roy finV.
_. I -- -
J.ly 17. 18 8.8n1 [Svut '''''Y' -- -- - --- --- ---- -- --- --- -- i j hasisoe Sentinel ; Newport Times Qumrv )I i IU1.mt,1; \,\ t* the l!'!.>f Probate .

: Sale.V"1LL Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, I[ lie; Columbia South Carolinian! and New R..pu.bI I Florida Reports. of I
Land for Sale.I : \ be sold in Tii'LJunsec the first Monday i FoiSae! by P. B. Broka I Jorrml f Cum'n ret'. __ _____ ___ I /COMPLETE[ in 6 TolnmrV.1 '. : of IJicIunl fat A dUehargtf Lej in, lata from of finid mi-i' aihuniii'rrat.un.co'inty,.k-t'O* lr. anJask
fCHEDULE"OF lit DOUG ALL.v TiORBY.Sept. .
OFFER for sale fie f'JIl..will"a111alJI.. II acts of t T 111 Deci-inber.if not ilivpcwvd of sooner at privstc .*L: rI"'UC Subscriber just received a TRAINS : 5 1857. r.OBlacksmith E n. (1m :E1T'dlllt'r..
land, E 4 of Sec 35, Tilt 1. N and W, about sale) the valuable PLANTATION form :'.v i" large enpply of Carristres I o x TIlE ., Jum.5B.5P5S 2(>-CinNotice. .
140 acres. This l.ini adjoins the Tallahassee Depoton i i uwued by Judge John Wbitt lcl\<1. It i is citinte l on I_DIJgiee. and Harness, which he offers FLORIDA RAIL ROAD. -- -. --- .---.

the ioith.AuoE Lake Jackson, six miles from Tallahassee. and cont.iiiis ("sale on the must reasonable: term I : and .

ofS W i of Sec 23, T 1. III, N and about 1500 ntrt-c ((111 hammock land.) in a hihI November 18. 1851. 46 .e arI ---,2ti 7/nr fiofiny Eiilihiiitnt.J I c." IXm".lhp after the first publinfion cf this! no-
"W, SO I state i'f cu1t\'aliu. The improvemtriu -noting of .'J tie tllf admioiatrattir of the Est
containing acres. I T- HE SUBSCRIBER leave to inform tl.e sp, un-lrtsifjne'I I. -
a dwelling louis Overseer Lou.c. cal ins for 1000u.) Valuable Lands q begs
ALSO.-Lots Nos. 2, 6 and 7. of Sec S. T 2, R 1. .1 LEAVES FERXAXDIXA DAILY JL citizens of Tailaha!=ee and Ticiuity that HENRY ite .John I'urjfi WtT, deceased late of Leon OHIDty -
gin bouse ic., are fiauie l tmidilgs: : and in U : '
Kroes x>
N awl W, 275 This land lies g wi' present I i if' final aecoiu.t t<) tile Ju tg>of -
contaiuiug a.res HlCXa will theBLACKSiIKTII
on NEAR TALLAHASSEE carry on
: wrjcr. For further particulais. aJJre ( ,) FOR SALK S UN DA YS EXC1.P TED .
the East bank vf tbs Uc-kluckiiee licr.Aiso si ( ,) 1 bVv! of county ami nsk tlf b<" di-vharg.
i J. R. WHITEHEAD. Bcrz.-ln. G.I .\. I ai rival Steamers from Charleston and Sa- IIUSIXESS : JOHN D REICHERT AdmtV.
-E 1 of N E i of Sec 2 i T 1. H 2. N and I TT. M. BERRIEN IN pnrs'-anee: of A decree of the lIon. J. WavlesB I ON ,
di at Callahan with furTrader's
connecting
Biker f the Middle Circuit of Florida Stage My.53; 1858. 22-6in
E, containing EO acres. I Judge t. in in sUite various branches, and is prepared: execute
.
I I Hill nnd C ntrevill: *, Ga. at Baldnin withi 1 ------ ---------
| Exccuto. Jj-j-wufkuCAD.? I Clmneery e'ttirg. will be ,.Ilon the fir t Monday, ; all orders with neatness and ili"patth. His woikwill
ALSO ;in Gadsdeu cuuntr.' the S I' J and E J of S I b.ill' the sixth ilay c f December r.eit. at the Couft i I Stape for Tallahassee ; at Tail Rri.le 'with! Stage be warranted be of Notice.cIx .
to to that ether
equal
W i of See 35, 1' 2, R 3, N and W! containing 210 i (.T. M. NEELLY, I for Middleburg; and at Starke with Stages fer New- any
house in Tullahasse tbe laud ,
following bilongiug to Blacksmith! here or elsewhere and will: guarantee Months after the iir..t< ptiMip.ri.Ki cor bit no
airca.ALSO. I -Sept--:5. 1853. 39-td I the Estate ol Henry B. Bradford. deeeaed. (contain1 nan.ville! UainsvilU, Micanopy, Flcmiugton, and I satisfaction in every JOlt '! I J tic', tIe nn K-rs'gned n
in MiJi oi cIunty. S W J, Sec 20. and! K Notice. --- 1 big eleven buiidrt-d and ten acres more or less) coinj I Ooali. HORSE SHOEING Repairing and Jroninj .f Antonio J hintuho ileeenvd late .( Leon county

W } and W i of N E 4 of Sec 29 AIo E i tiC S I I j prising some of the n'..t valuable cotton lucds in LEAVE; Starke t'aily (Sundays excepted) on arrival I 0 all Vehicle, plantation tiork, and an 1 other 1 will present lie fInish' m-count and vocthcrs to flue
E J of Sec 30, and \V i of S E 4 (,f Sec 20 iu all j Leon to-wit ci Stage, and connecting at Feroandina with
I' i "VTOTICE is hrreby giHl'l (bat application will U? county, : Sttanier for Savannah and Charleston branches appci taiuinj to his business Jndjfe vf (Probate of said county an.1 l ask to l>. div

560acreaaIliuT4,1t4Sati&IE. I JL* made to the next General Assembly of the I South T of SI' J Sec. 31, Town. 2, R. 1, N and 11I 1 and Friday. on Monday, will receive careful and prompt atten i ch-irjiei: IL A. SJlIXJo, AJwL'r.

Atso in JacVson county, on Chinola Ri er, S W i. State of Florida fur a Charter: to build a Rail Road I I S W J ('fS E i *. a i I Tuesday.Vednestlay A. II. COLK; tion. R. II. BERRY, June It?. 1868. 25i m
Sop't.
Sec24. E 4N W i. Sec i 6, EfofN W 4 Sec 25. from some point on the St. Johns river at or near j W J C 6, Town. 1, R. I I IS58 18 Feb. 13, S5S. Ajjent. -- -.- -
1.
E hoSEISec23lliuT4R4, Nand W, oon- II Luke IndiHn Ri II fay Notice.SIX .
Harufy, to some j>out on >cr. I SWIofSE J --- --- ---- i
t.iuing 400 acres. St-pteuibtr 18, 185S. S3-3m I North i of N E: i 7. 0 VTrLUABLE I Pure Zinc White, : :Mortlis from the first publication this notice.

ALSO iu Jackson ooautr. on Cbattahooehee river, ---_..---- North J 8, u u u I. i v UI.i about six mile. above "ill junction with the Flint, Plantation &c. for Sale.I i' SE ij .. M M M 4irOl gl Plantation (GROUND in prepared LINSEED OIL ) I and Vixfvb.rs as administrator ">f lie Estate cf John'

1,055 acres of rich Iliver bottomlauJ", in Sec 3, 4. ;j All of East i cf S W 4. <-f Sec. 8. Town. 1, Range 1. ** i* JEFFERSON. FLA, have just received a fresh supply of I this new W. ArgylllecentHjd.. late of Leon enmity, to the
9), 10 and 15. in T 5. It 7. N and W. OFFER for sale my PLANTATION situated 18 : N and E. Irmj East of Thomasvillc Road, ((70 acres TOGETHER tnth lIB SLAVES THEREON WE and beautiful White, dire -t from the manufactory Honoral lt> J nrtge Probate of.ak! county, aol ask

These lauds adjoin the lands of Caleb Blood on miles east from BaiiiliiiJge, containing 200 acres more or less.) IXCLVJHSG *..U.JlI..11 and offer it to the public with most perfect I to be J.t..t.Jlrecln.
t the W'ost and Hugh Jlisk on the North.1OltERT I, of land :00 under improvement. There are also upI I I. Tbe above land lie in the immediate neighborhood J>LBJIE n'S, CROPS, STOCK, confidence, as possessing all the qualities which render LEWIS Admt'r.

GAMBLE, Jn. I on the premise A good and convenient framed dwelling : TalllhaqS\'e., extending from the Thomasville to &c., FOR SALE. a paint most JniTfJble. viz: Its incomparable t MariS.. 15S. 1tmi _
Oct. :. 1853. 40-4t I|' house, a I."I'ell! of water a gin bou!c andectew the Meridian road, and will be sold either in a body runE SUBSCRIBERS being anxious to effect a brilliancy of Col freedom from all paJftfnxms qalitiet i ---- -' -- -- Notice.O1X --

negro and other out buildings suitable fur a : or iu separate tract, as may seem most agreeable to JL division of their joint property located as above -utterpjariny the health of the norknun or : .

Lands.TlIE plantation of (tho above Jt ril'tilo. Also 800 bushels purchasers. I have concluded to offer the same at private ..ale.I .- inmates of newly painted apartment-its durability t n.ctl s fiiim the first publication of this notice
I e..rn. rattle begs. 2 mules, 1 yoke of oxen and TERMS ;-One.third cash, the balance on a creditof I The Estate contains about 4500 acres, which can be in the most exposed situations and its great rnprri- I O the :1It.ll reigned i Executrix of the la.t Will anlti

subscriber offers for bale the tiact known a. I a cart. Al"o. vanity cf house ld and kitchen one, two and three years, the purchaser to give divided into 2 or 3 tracts of ample size, according to ority to White Lead in all the various use to which I .taui-.t)1 D.n.iel L. 1I. "1.. deccaseil, late of von
Xthamathla tract, lying 2} miles East of furniture. At the same time will be offered fur hire notes with approved security for the deferred payments I tbe views of buyers. The lands are equal in valueto the latter has heretofore been applied.! For sale bv I county,1'>II present her final l account to the Judgeof

Tallahassee and containing 960 acres of which about I C negroes. The above property if not previously disposed together with a mortgage on tbe lands, and to similar lands in that State. Besides the lands AMES & LIVELY. Probate o. said t'oulllyIn.lallk l t<' b* dkehargtdvSUSANNAH
COO are cleared, this plantation i is watered of will be sold ( title deeds. I HOLfCK ES 'L
admirably at pubho vendue on the first pay or there are 118 slaves, and the u.ualqunntity of mules April, J 8:8. 14 : ,
and is one of the most desirable tracU in Middle Monday in January, 185U, at said pliu-e. Any person Persons desirous of purchasing will be shown the horse, hogs, cattle corn, fodder) &. We invite proposal July 3, 4 f 63. 27- n, __
Florida. For particular., apply to Major ROBERT I wishing to purchase the above can obtain necessary lauds either by the undersigned or Mr. Lawrence, for the who property in gross, but we will MILES NASH & CO. I '"'- --- :----

GAMBLE Tallahassee. information by communicating with the subscriber, the overseer on the premises. sell tbe In/ida in such parcels buyers may select 11- Notice.
ALLAN MACFARLAN.Oct. resident at the above plantation. JUNIUS L.TAYLOR, Special Master. after viewing them. The slaves would he sold withor Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. IX ,'IOth after the first publication of this notice
2, 1858. 404tValuable I MARY C. STAFFORD. I Seft. 11. 1868. 37 administrator of the Estate
without the lands, as might be agreed on ; but received from New York bark R.H.Gara- .tie undersigned
I Decatur Sept 18, 18. 8. 88-lf --- possession cannot be given until the end of (this year, JUST a general assortment of per articles in our line, 1 of Ilenrj- B. Bradford deceased. will present hm final

Plantation I Oak & Hickory Spokes. ns the growing cotton crop cannot be secured till I such as Oils of almost every kind, Burning Fluio, II account;ijd apply to the Jute of ProbJte..f Leon
1 James D. Galbraith that time. county tlr a discharge from IJH ndminHtrntion of iJEsUte.
White Lead Zinc and other Window Class of
I notice to makers paints, '
FOR SALE undersigned give Carriage i
rHE In the absence of the undersigned, E. C. Cabell, : EDWARD BRADFORD. AJmlV.
the of bringing their interest j Xj L tza.d Sinrroyox die, that they are now engaged in who will return from Europe on or before the first best quality, Putty,Brushes, Potash,Soda, Sparkling June )It.1B58. 23--6m
FOR purpose joint I antI bv Machinery Gelatino,London Mustard, French Brandy(very best,) _
Manufacturing Waggon Carriflge '" -- -
Spokes -- -- "
a close, the undersigned offers for sale th irPlantatloo. I} \ TAPS AND PLATS OF FARMS, Ac, executed December next and can then be communicated with for medicinal Spices Lemon : TI
IrJL at Gov. Call's Steam Mill, at the Tulla.I purposes Pepper Syrup otlCe.I
known with neatnelt8.I I .11 .
as YIL C&A. situated about nine I at Tnllahaftseec. Florida applications may be madeto
Inks,Quinine, Peruvian Bark Fluid Extract Buchu, I
I basses Railrond and
miles East of Tallahassee, and lying between the OFFICE opposite Court-house, in building occupied Depot. will keep every variety his brother II. C. Cabell. Eq,or Messrs. Godden and assortment of Patent I r\ao lbS after the flr.t publication of this no-
kc. general
a Popular
of oned Oak and
band SIX
I *cA< Hickory, constantly on ,
IVnskCoIa
I which will sell such make it
to very
Railroads-within five miles of either road, and containing I ._ 37-ljr_ I they on terms as an Persons disposed to purchase either tbe lands or ofil.tiher Whituker. ded seil, late of Leery
-- to all from ibem. The hope to merit your
920 acres, or there abuuts-500 of which are I I object to purchase following laves can examine them by calling on Mr. O. F. patronage.MILES NASH A CO. county, vrtll present )her final account to the Judge of
POST & MEL I is the scale of cash delivered at the I "
Cleared. The lands are as good as any in the country prices Factory Morris, the manager of this estate, who will take March 29. J 856 18BOOKBINDING Prvbattvcf wid county antI ask to be discharged.

the location healthy and the water the best this COMMISSION | Buggy Spokes per thousand..4\ cents each pleasure in showing them, and will give any further 1 : SARAUVIIITAKER.. Adnst'x.Sept. .
bide of the mountains. Upon the premises is a MERCHANTS ** ** ** sett..5 ** ** information in his power. E.C. CABELL I.lS8. 37-6n
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I and 1 horse '
GOOD BRICK DWELLING GJ Pojtlras Streel Carriage Waggon Spokes H. C. CABELL. '
N'E'VV OB.LEAN'S. I' per thousAnd. . .... . 5j "' Sept. II, 1858. TJ-Sm rpHE UNDERSIGNED 13 NOW i Notice.
three stones and thirteen i
high
containing large rooms.
Carnage and 1 horse Waggon Spokes J. I mnnths after the first of (his
PREPARED WITH (.IX publication niO
The out-houses are of Brick and built in the most I ---- persett . ...... .. 6 Just Received I tic"the.uoJeni \administratrix of the Estateof
cubclaoUal; We will also sell with tbe REFER TO I ; : TOOLS AND MATERIALS .
manner. *
place *
i 4 borse Waggon'Sp.k per thousand.61 STORE and for wile the undersigned / Bfttm Kb.d. drcea-' :
by a I Rev John Wesley tate of JeTcrson
Corn Fodder. 60 head of stock cattle the same number Me8rs. Thnraas J Perkins & Co, Tallahassee, Fla. 4a 8tt..7 U IN
fresh of DRUGS and CHEMICALS of
of bogs with a few blooc'ed' cattle of the Durham L R. Harris which the following are a few- w"the J of Pr> and
I fvoucbeoj alge Ate of said
Dcnham Palmer county,
&
ti-eed Montieello I G" fc II sett. .8 M M in all its branches and solicits the patronage of the .
TERMS, One-tLird wish, the balance on a credit of Beard Denham, St. Marks, i 100M. Bebeerine. 5 ozs.Iod. Ammonia, citizens Tallahassee and surrounding cocntry. His I Ask foe adisthat-ae.
and 3 the Mr.James Fiior Kev West As this is something new in Florida, we hope to 10 S.tntonine6 Sulphur L AURISDAM. RHODES.TShert AJmf1r.
1.2 notes ,
years purchaser giving drawing Shop is in the Brick office formerly occupied by Dr.
8 per cent interest with two good ecu n ties and Messrs. McNaoght A Orn-ond, Atlanta, Geo. ,! be liberally atmnized. Call J and see specimens at 15 Cbinoidine. 10 Nit Silver, Call opposite the Episcopal Church. He is a prac. S Mnnhl'I1.1, Spt. 4. ];68. S..m .
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Mr. Kubn's in Tallahassee.
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Carnage Shop ---- -
with the Persons to J. N. McKicnon Jt Co, ThomasviUe 12 Cinchona Sulph 10 Ext Mrnesia,
mortgage on property. wishing II SCHNEIDER & CO. Goal Binder, and feels sure that be can do wcrk as Notice
purchase, will please apply to either of us.T.aCHAlRES. August 14, 1858. 33-1 y 18(3. 28 25 Morphia" 2". Elaterium well and as cheap as it can be done elsewhere. -
I I July 10. 25" Act 12 Cit Iron, CHARLES FINDEISEX. ; -y given thai subwriber.. Widow of N.
XPOWELLCHAIRES. 20 Piperine, 40 ex Quinine JL G. Ft@n lI. late ,f Jefferson county. defeated.
17 1858. 29-1 Sent.
Oct. 2. 1858. 40-3m Always on Hand I NEW CARRIAqE SHOPS 6 u Strychnine, S Veratria, July [ copy. 1 will,six we ks after date thereof apply to the II(>n.J .

I' A LARGE STOCK OF GROCERIESconsisting undersigned begs leave to inform the citi 8 Ibs. Pbo pate of Am15 Ibs. Snlph Ether, CHEAP GROCERIES J Ja>!!ge of lVjb t. of said eounty. by p t'rtioo Sdo.:

For Sale. : of- THE of Tallahassee and vincimty. that be baa monia, 50 ** Chloroform. i er ia the KsVite of ny deceased husband nccoriiing ta
in this 10 Ibs. lod. Potash, 30" Glycerine, (pure) THE SUBSCRIBER ob and after the let October 1. law JULIA A. }. 5ELL.
Bacon Sides Pork opened a carriage shop place joining .
J FARM and appurtenances, tbe residence of 2 casks Rook Potash. will confine himself exclusively to the ""jtlow Admfx of X. O. ), dee*

THE McOants and family. This tract of Land is Shoulders, I Flour, Brokaw's Livery Stables, -ALSO- AUCTION & COJJlISSJO"BllBIXEBS.. i t Septl, 1858.V. _.

valuable cotton laud 560 acres-is healthy and de. Hams, in tbe building formerly occupied by J. L. Crosser 800 ozs. SULPH QUININE when his best talents will! be used to promote the i Notice.

mrable on many accounts. For terms apply at this and all other articles pertaining to the GROCERY where h.i. prepared to do all funds of work in hi. Warranted pure, and which we oSVr )low for CASH. nterest of those entrusting property bis charge. .

t place or to Dr. DA N1. MotiUo isinew.August28,1858.. KNIGHT i SHINE. line at the shortest notice and on the most AMES & LVELY.| He now offers his present STOCK at reduced prices SIX Mraths after tM first piUioatJon .f this no-

Oct. 2 1858.. 40.w 35Notice. REASONABLE TERMS, JolySl, :858. 31 to close. R. IL BERRY, I I I lbs. B9denigud will preotnt his final ae-
f tbeEtatof
I count and vouchers as mdmlnistrator <<
: For Sale such as carriage painting and trimming; making new Seed Seed Seed &cpt.4.1B53.Auction and 86 Commission Merchant. : Thomii IL Averilt, deceased, late of Leon county.

buggies and wagons and all kinds of repairing. and ask ffcf. ,I. duchargOL .
A HOUSE and two Lots numbered 43 and 1i1t111111&1U":6 fl The undersigned iA i prepared to do this kind ef FOR FALL PLANTING. JESSE AVERITT, ZxtV.
48. in the original Plan of the Ctl. wber.J I work as well and ia the latest style as it cad be BricklayingPlastering.. Oct. *, r8i}&. 40-

on the subscriber now rde Te I APrLIcA TION will be made.to the mxt Lcgis done at the North. RUTABAGA, I Green Glazed Drumhead T UNDERSIGN bugs leave to inform the [ --. _Cod Liver- Oil.- -*"

tably situated fo a kitchen and j the Stite of Floridfar: a chatter for i ia All those who have this,kind of work to do, and nlip. I .Cabbage, Ac. citizens Jcfiersoo eounty and the surrounding '

a well of water. c8sioa-giveo immediateIr. j< Rail Road from Gulf City" in tbe water of tie wub it done in a manner that will not fail to give Flat Dutch Turnip | country, that be u prepared to do any kind of work : FRESH d; PURE of t&e.febratcd "Brawl.* ".fl

g l)w lor cash. Enquire cf Theodore Ball, '.. ,East Harbor of Apalachicola throcgh the counties satisfaction wcrld, ,do veil to call Just received. and for ute by : b the abor line of business OB reasonable teim*. .
<'r j& unOers'cj NANCY EBORN.r3 either of Gadadvn or Leon. to the Georgia line.!. : onWM.KUHNS.. ..*. AMES .LIVELY. .JOSEPH O.T.\ LOt. for sal br .A 51 ES. LITELV
,. t to .
:.hr1,:: ,.) ;s S3 Tltllallas! August 'l,185 ;2. Jolyio, $3S. :8'. _K. July' 17, 185!. t. ,/ fOQtktlt..t..18.U33 -3i1t .h.prilb.l. ,14: > I C



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