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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: November 6, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079928:00327
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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 JONES & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., NOVEMBER] ((5.; l8 )8. VOL. X--NO..


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I I AUTHORITY. Done at the cit1' uf \\ashIizSg4'Ii! hat I jcct of tither oldie contracting partHrl' *:ijfv,; of Prusfi.1, snd his Royal Highness t the (;n\\:
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Professional om Jasiurss second day of :tI'ml'l'11110! In- within! ; the! territories. of the! otier! Irs! tier .; j Di'Ki' of Baden.; Adolph. Baron Maishp.l( ('

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_:- :: -: --: = --- -= : --- -- -- -- mi'ii eighteen hundred and fillv seven shall! b.- delivered up integrally ta the family l Bit'hiert. in, hi* said Hopi lihnts: :' enVuv.

MILES "NASH: X C0 : 1 RECENTIMPORTAOTJDISCOVEEY LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. [i. ..] and of the Independence; of the UniI : or partners in businos of the deceased ; and extordil.r\and minister: plenipotentiary nt 1"t

I -AXI- I ted Statc-j ot America the eighty 1:1: case< he has no relations or paitnc-i s, his effects i the court l3 Majesty the King of Pru' ia,

1 K A LCRIi I \ I I TREATIES. second. in either culltr.h:11 l he delivered uji |I &<:., &c.c.. ; who after reciprocal conimunica'.iHi _

DRUGS, PAI.\TS JAMC3 UUCHAXAX. ; to the consul or :agent : ttiof of which of their respective powers,have cgrci'i'!
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nv THE I'KK.SIDE-VT OK THE l.MtKI STATES It.-- the Present : .: the deceased was a subject or tilill so thai to and signed the following Articles : t:
IR. LU"V1S
:MEDICINES 11. OILS : OK AMEKIt .\. Lnivw Cass, hVcretary of Slate.1IY he may dNposu of t(1 in :cl"ordalce"itl j I ARTICLE I.
this t'tV., ha! introduced jut hii pr.i tice the .
OF the laws of hi* country.ARTHLK that the Unites! States anti lln- ,
is agreed
rect-ul aud important d i of tl.o > iiei : I
riform tUeir ner.iL r.nd tIle public, co\vry aj j' I.I I.
A Proclamation.
\rouI.O:" IOU band a ;i:u-J a*wiitment oftuc tJ'.>u of the TUB I'KCMDK'NT: OK TUB r VI.MIiUPr.TE* \ For the protection ort(ir : u'-n shall, "po" mutnal requisitions by them

.. ,...I!.>!> ns are <*enrrddly kept 1:1: (l'.ir hue <>f busiiu*ki I r.1 ECTHO MAC.XETIf; MACIIIXi I:, \WmiiEv.s: convention, between tIle United I Ot.IIRI: <\ ; citizens or subject., and their commerce res i or their ministers, officers, or authorities: resI .

i a ill: be rrcxivii; ; regularly! ft csii buj'i'!it e. TLtilrrmft I l y Tvlub nicai.s n curnnt (.r -lrCtii.*ity ill passed States of America, and 1 the Republic of I A Proclamation. [Actively, and in order to facilitate good a'H$ I "ttin"y! made, deliver up to justice all persons

bal be revon.ibU-. I ITallabmcf' through;!i the tooth at the time of extr eting. prods I'eiu, was concluJcd and feigned \II y tlit-ir respcctie i equitable riLti-Mis botween the citizen aid who, being charged with the crime of i
i local Au..stllf'il and avoids i the of WHIUCXS between the l'lIiI'llStnh's I .
1Mb IMS-: 14. cinj a t-u CAC treaty
: Apil Lima rf tl.e two countries the two murder assault with intent commit
to
-- - : i c'iiipoteiitiark's, at on tIAjtWCiilseCOiid ) subjects high I or niuri -
I CULOKOrOKM OR hTIIKF America and his Majesty! the Shah ;

Dr. Miles H. Nash, I He has applietl in a ,i.utnlvr (.f C.IFPS Itlu.itivaoifft. t i day 0fJ11j., one lliuusand tight I of Persiava concluded and! signed by theirplei1iMtcIItiirnS contracting partvs reStrve the light to main.tain i tier, or piracy, or arson, or robhcrjr or forge- 11 1

hundred and fifty six ; which COllv'-ntion, being a diplomatic agent .it either seat of government I ry or the fabrication or circulation ot'count.. i
C FEELS HIS ttOft-lblONAI.<;r.B.iri3 TU THE CITIZEN or ; All a.rre that they- c\jciience little orFAIX respective : at Constantiimplooa !
T.'LLAK-iEE kNa(4)I.GOTaT.. : in tie: extraction.JuK : in the KiiglUh and fctyanUli languages, i h, I the thirteenth day of December last\\hcni, : and to name each three consuls in i terfeit money, whether coin or paper money.

.ith Dr. M. LDHl1eJilitetl ud the I 10. 1858. 2S-Cm I word for word as follows : I be'ig in the I-'ngli: and Periiati languages : either country ; Thes-i- pf the United States ( or the vmliezzlemciit of p-iblic moneys, com-

OFFICE ffi I ----- i. The United Slates America and the liep'lMic i treaty i is, word for word, as follows: shall reside nt Ttliettl, Bender, Bushi- and! ;;, milted within, Use jurisdiction of cither party,

Way 19 1855. 2'I I Tain those! of Persia, Washington, New s1-Z seek an a lurii, or shall he found within
B.A.FAHNESTOCK'SVERMIFUGE of Peru, in order to render still more I In the name of (;Iol: the Clement and the ; t =\
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I ; intimate their relations of IriendsJiipji'id good I IulIll'rstmuling Icrciful- York, and New Orleans. ; the urritinies of the ether : 1'rovided', That

9IEDir.il.OTIfE.. I and debiting, for the benefit i 'l'h. President; of the United States of North : The consuls of the high contracting pirtie this 11:1 only done iijioii} such e\idl'ncC of
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I of their! and that of other shall reciprocally enjoy in the territories of :, criiiiiimlity a;., according to the laws of thai !
respective commerce America, \w. his Majesty, as exalted the
Drs. Robertson & Bond
nr.tions to cstablUi uniform stem of : the other, here their residences shall! IK. established : pl.ice where thc fugitive or person so hargrdsha'lbe
Jk un 1X0 ECU ftlHEDT FOB 'I an planet! Satun ; the sovereign to whom the i
FTAINi furraisl a copartnership in tlir practic 1 I I the respect, privileges! and immunities '! t.uaou,1! ( justify his apprehension
"V'VOR.1aS"I mal it ilJ It.' legislation in time of war, in accordance serves :15 a standard hoe splendor! and I :
I I of llifir prof' M n. < (f 'r tlu si-r\ice! l-i 'be cit sun ;
:zru of r.tllah.i ,. and PC ..>wi'.m: <* nmntrv.iff" IN CHILDREN AND ADULTS, INCLUDING. with! the present state of civilisation, magnificence are equal to that of tie! fJkil'S ; granted in either country to the consuls an? coiniiii'nient for tihf, if the crime or

the .. l.itcU >iod 15ctiu have rcsolml! to declaie of formal I of the most fn'orl..l ition.: The diplonntic ot.er.re had rh.'f' been committed ; and thw
OiuW 01 er Stu ,1t''UI| by TAPE WORMS. by means a the sublime sovereign; the! ? monarch: whose armies !
.: lliszs.F convention the! which the two : agent or the Unifed l States ll pctue judges and other magistrates of the
RETAIL PRICE, 25 CTS. I I piinciples are as numerous as the stars : wllo"c
b. 2$,'57 O-.f: tli3 basis of the not protect secretly or publicly, the! subjects two governments shall! have powcrjuristtic-
-% PIEPAKU ixo SOLD BT THi sold proprittort, 1 I republics acknowledge as greatness cal's' to mind that Jeinshid ; wllOsc ,

E lUKiNAUl I \ : : ) jiI.I B. A. F.\ XESTOCK A Co., PitUlmrKfc, Pa., rights of neutrals at ser, and which they! reI I magnificence equals; that of Darius ; tho twit i of the Peisiau government, ansi! they shall ticn and! aniliftiily, upon| complaint made under
; I A S D (rhilaJc.h.a.! I'.., 'I I IB. : and and immutable I never flt r : departure from the princillcsllro ; I oath, t.) issue a warrant for the apprehen
'gnze profess as permanent of the crown 'md throne! of the J\a\m 3n3, I
t A. AIIXESTOCK, HTLL 1 Co.,Sew-YI'rk C.ty:
'WIL 4 ONTIM i: Tnt : .I down and agreed to by mutual con IliOI of the fn lin' or so charged that
consul- them the true and idirIe11a..lile person
ring as the snblirnu linjieror of all Persia: being both !
DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINES ? I WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 51 CLIFF ST. I j conditions of :iII needoin, of equally full sincerely desirous of establishingrelations I' sent.And ; h'' may. be hit-i I ;!.t before such ju-'ges or other -

Buy of respectable dealers only I IExamiae : nn'iga.1 it !is further understood, that if any of magi-Irate, to the end that
tir AT Till OLD TAD, SHIS 3 tiui; and maritime commerce and of Irk t.t'-' >Lip between the! two governments reIt.'ttinf.
the Initials of the name to be lure you get the those consuls shall! in trade, they : the eu'u'i.ee' of l ; bfl and
engage
; For President of tie "ni- : which wish i atreaty thI bear
this the i'ley to strengthen by
Only FinKBToci'a purpose,
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G"vin'3. -- --- TnM"tloBlIjI I be subjected to the i.IC laws and usages to I considered ; and if; on such edenco \ .
ted Mates America has conferred: full of friendship and commerce, reciprocally
OF THE MOBTAK, I powers ,
I which private individuals: of their nation engaged bv 'eetred! sufficient to sustain the
B .\ IE-: & LIMLV: t on John Randolph! Clay, their envoy extraordinary I advantageous and useful to the citizens and I
I I in commercial: in ti2! came charge shall Le the duty ol the examining
pursuits
Sole Agents f. r Tilllah:1 't'e. I and minister plenipotentiary to subjects of the two high contracting parties,
c.1C'Z1et' Clinton and Monroe bhe;t.',TaIlali3sife.January I place are I judge or magfetrnttf to certify the Same to tho
< 10, 1S5S. 15-1 lhjl'Ctl'l
I April the of Peru and the Liberator ha\e I for thU named% for their plenipotentiaries
? ____ ___ i government ; : I purpose .
19, Ifejtf. SJTJIDICAL n And it is :1"0 Inderstccd by the high ( t proper eTatve authority, thrt warrant
President of the of Pom has ronfeired -
; A o rice ;:. '1EIIC.tL : og'ici: :. I republic : trading parties, that the diplomatic! ann) Consular i may i issue for the surreiuiei' of such fugitive.
like full Don Jose Man" Segiiin The President of the United States North
on ,
e e- powers I agents of the United States shrill! not The of such apprehension and delivery .
Dr. chief ollicer of the of .\/ America Carroll minister: resident of I expend
\Vm. F. Shine ( Ministry Foreign Spence
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\. rr.II.IU..J. ).LTE.i I employ a greater nrm'T-' domestics than ; shai!! be borre and defrayed by the paz.ty .
--- -- i in charge of that department, uho. rfler ha\- the! United Suites neir the Sublime Porte ; I
-- OITTES JIM rRO >'Sf.UlNALKCH S TO TilE PUBLIC.OITICE I is allowed by to those of Russia >si- t ho makes the and receives thefugitive.
w requisition
Peeler & Bates their said full found : and his the llni: of all Per-ia, : treaty : !
Drs eror
a.lj<.iiiiiijj that of Pr. Cantblc ajsocutwl UKmselvo in the practice I 8, I lS$. 19-ly to bo in good and due form, have agre"d! upon : his excellency Kinin III Molk Farrukh Khan, I :
VIII. And-the high contracting in this article contained shall boconstrued
I Nothing
HAYING _. .
an I Snidery respectfully offer I ---- -- I and concluded the following articles'AUTICLH ambassador of hU imperial .Majesty the Shah, I .
'lieirtervieen U thf Public, in tlic treatment of all .1IKDICAL IS'OTirJU. I I decorated with the! portrait: of the Shah with parties agree tit! the present treaty of friendship I to extend! to crimes of a political

cute as "*11 as cli.onic di eace of all tlisractersOffice. I -0- I. j the cordon blue cud bearerol the girdle I and! commerce, cemented by the sinceregood i character. ,

) Waukeeiiab J.ITtrw.n co.'Ia. I IJall. Dr. A. C. F. BLAKE I great feeling:: and! the confidence which exists ARTICLE II.
The two high contracting parties reqognl/e of diamonds, &c. tC. &c. &C. I
3. 1853 2-tf -. --- CO\TI\l'r.S to ofFt-r 'Li* l'u-lenoi.al Service to ns pcimanentand immutable the fuL'owingpiinciples !! f And the: said plenipotentiaries, hating exchanged I between tIl governments of the United States ,I Neither of the contracting parties shall be

:K H. BERRY (.f Ctutrevillc and ndjoiuiu iifisjhborliood. I foundto and Persia: shall bo in forco for the t'nn often hound to deliver up its own citizens or subs
: their full which were
R idcnce clriinsfed) to Peutrevillo; Office I powers .
years from the exchange of its ; jecti m ler the stipulates of th's convention.
Auctioneer and Commission male free be in and! die form, have agreed ratifctiol I
at his residence.lic.C. I 1st. Tl-at free ships gooItllati I proper and if, II fore the expiration of tonvctrs
1857. l:-tf the following articles : tl frst I ARTICLK III. 4
MERCHANT. i to say, that tic effects cr merchandise belonging upon neither! of the :
AUTII I. There shall be hereaf'T a 1.gl contracting putit'Sshal Whenever any person accused tf any of
M:
its
to a or nttinnt war, er to
AU.UUSS&E. Fla.ept 2\1, 1835. 39 GWYNN"& HILTON power have announced, by oliici-il notification!
tl I crimes enumerated in this convrntion shall
---- and sincere and constant good understanding between II e
-- citizens free from
or subject?, are cdpture
to tr: other, its: intention to arrest the operation liar committed crime in the territories
L. a,1 I.azLw
a new
Henry Rutgers, .A.1"tor110YS confiscation when found on board of ,neutral the goirrnmuitaml citi/ciisof the United I '
of said: t it shall;! remain for
treaty, binding of ihc Stl(' where ho has
TLL.IItE, n.\ i vessels, with the exception of articles contraband States of \orth America and the: Persian I I ) sought an asylum
COMMISSION MERCHANT I and! all Persian !subject one year beyond iliat time, and so on until o>- shall! bo found, such person shall not be

TALLVHA.vilJK, 1 11.4. .\. D. \\'. ".a"1tIi: B. UILT()-. : of war. empire ARTICLE II. The ambassadors or diplomatic the expiration: ; of twelve months, which! will: I delivered up under the stipulations ol this

'. I VlNt assoc-iated thrm'he! together in lite .id. That the property of neutrals on h.?:ml whom it either of fallow a similar notification, whatever tiei I convention until he shall have been tried and
T- please
T IInn.. T. adv.mees Minle on Cot'-! n ,- TIAWCCOJL I_ t.ractice of La\v vil) give their joiut attention of an enemy'sOhMl is not subject to .!c'IJ.ti. the agents! may send! and! time may be at which it may take placo( ; aid: shall! have received the punishment due to

ctiu-lulled to bifiKiitls" ill New Y ::.. to all tu!iaM>* entrusted to them. They sill attend i iOU or confiscation, unless the same be contraband two high contracting parties to the pl'nipotcltim of the two contracting I
Sept.4. IboS. 3't i 15" Jnt.. copy. the Supreme Court, lie U. i5. Di-trict Couit. -nd the i iCir.it of it also understood! dial maintain near the other, hall! be received and | high I arch new crime or shall have beets acquitted
':lr; being further to the rat
Court at Tatll\l.l\u. .n-l .lo tL, Circuit treated, they j-nd: all tho!e composing their I parties: agree exchange i I thereof.

T. W. BREVARD, Jr.T Couit.ofOads.Itn, WaKiilla, JefiWMMi, Ma ii'on and as far as regards the two contracting ;j/irli: ?, mi.-sinn?, as tr! ambassadors and diplomatic I lfCtIJ- tPlr rC'r f'lvO rovrnments r I 4KTICI.F IV.. .

.A11orZ1..cy n1 Ln.'OV, Hamilton Coiitif Office at the Court-Loiwe ii: !I wailikc; article, ties-fined for the use of either I agents of the nu "t favored nations are received Con .-tatiopa; ii the spacfb of six i month, or !r The present convention shall continue fn
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TaHuliars! cf till'fa tliall ret: be considered as contra. :
practicable.
TALLAHASSEE:, FL.I and treated ii: the two respective countries I cartr i force until the first of January one thousand
I Mar.liO. 1PS8. 10-ly
laiul of war. In faith: of which the! .
I respective plenipotenti ei ht hundred and (lStiO and if neither .
Apiil4. 1S5S. 17 I ; find t'ley shall enjoy there in all respects i ; ; sixty, ;)
!
I HOGUE & AMAKER, The two high contracting partic tng.igo the same prerogatives and immunities. ; iries of the! two high contracting parlies party shall! have given to the other six

HIGH. CORLBV, II I ATTOKNEYS & COUNSELLORS : to apply these principles to the commerce ant l i inai.rItion ARTICI.I: III. 'Ilu citizens and subjects of i have signed (Ii3 present treaty, and have attached I!I mon ls' previous notice "f its intention then

of all Powers and States shall their! seals to it.
Law. a? terminate the it shall further remain'
Attorney at I the two high! contracting parties, travellers, i t t'::1 same,
.A.T IJw, i consent: to adopt thiJ as permanent and! merchantmanufacturers,[and others, who i Done in duplicate in Persian and! English! : I I in !force until the end of twelve months after

S TALtxiM SYJ 1 L v. formed .1 co-paitnenl.ip in tl.e practice of mutaUe. in.\\ j the thirteenth day .*f December one thousand either; of, the h'gh contracting parties shall
HAVE residein {he rf e'ther ,
1 ..'. ".1 1 811t1 will aitfud to mj piol<.- -tml' bu,i- ; may territory country hundred and; tix and of the Hije-
Jui.uai; y i J y r.t'bs en'iusud to their csre.U. .' ARTICLU If.. I sIsal! be respected and elllcrently: : jirotectedby eight tty have given notice to the other of such intention .
rein the fifteenth of the of I Ilebiul
Yonge & McClellan, T. IIOOIC. . A. PERRY "'L\ Er.. "It is hc'rLI.v agreed between use two high! I the authorities of tha country and tho'ragenu day moon ; each of the high contracting parties rescrviig -
thousand hundicd! and
IS I Sally cue two seventy to itself the of such notice
A.11o1-n.OYS n1 Iw. : 31ay12185S.EDWIN contacting putit.'S, that the provisions contained I ami treated in I: all req;"cts a* 'v subjects three at right giving
A. HART and citizen" .f tlio must favored nation Constantinople.CIUULL to tho other at any time after the expiration
in article second of the
PRACTICE IS ALL TilE tI UT* I.n.T H.OHIHA.Oilirv twenty treaty II Si'ENCi:
[ s.]
of the said first thousand
I. L day January one
them I are treats
al M *M\\\i. ..ttcriayQ.t 31i :wcr, concluded between ct Lima, on the EMIN MOLK FAUUUHK
They ciprocally! bring i.y J hind or PI ti;;ht hundred and sixty, ((1860.)
C. C. YONGC.J. F. SUC'LKLLAS. Tallahassee Florida."I twenty sixth daof July, one thousard i-i:ht may I' [r. s.]
H'ilJ eitVr i crd from it ARTICLE V.
I by t ,
export
hundred! and fifty one, are hereby aniu.Ik-d country
)t..h 13 IS\S. II-If i practice in the Circuit Courts (.f tL- MidI ynd vdicroas the w.id treaty 11:1.1 been duly The convention shall be ratified byi
-- all kinds of merchandise and products, and I present
die LiiMriet, antI the Court f this and re>eked, in o far as they militate ngai.iat: ratified both the .
I T T Supreme > on [pans, nl respective ratifications President and with the advice and
E. : I sell, exchange, or buy, and! them to i the by consent
Beni. Young, State, and the DL-trid *!.-.. :3' Ohio* our tlc: Store of Mes[ r&. iii this convention ; but nothing in the present all [.laces in the t territoiu3 of either of the sam were of the Senate of the United States, and
JI.if1 JdJ: ;\ city of Constantiircr'o! on the 13th of June tl tho of Daben and the ratifications .'
& Y"
G. .t.J. Megiiiiis.Jan. : convention shall, in any manner, affect or in- I high contracting parties. It being, however, I last by government ,
A : IJlUCrrolt f r.O, 18r>8. 4 : hill! be in Berlin within
\.1i.ltc: the stipulrtions contained in the other understood that the merchants ol either nation i "xchanged one
IN IX: IITV, : "- "-- -- Now, therefore, be it khow, that I,JAMES freri the dsfs! h it
who shall in the, internal fe6f or sooner,
nilirles: of the said treaty of the twenty nxth ; engage commerce I 'I year pos-
A. J. PEELER'S IlliCit .tNAN President of th-j United! tats
"VTTlfc the Court f the Eastern Cir I In faith \.hcreof .
practic* in ofJulv, one thousand eight hundred) and fifty of either country, shall bo governed, tlio'respective plenipotentiaries
f' V cult t>f 1-)1 ida an.I the Federal Court. America have the said t treaty to be have this convention and have
& COLLECTION OFFICE : feigned
LAW one, uhich shall! remain in their full force and in respect to such commerce, by the laws of i! caust\ I i ,
(OFFICE AT OAIXSVILIE, ALACHTA COCXTT.) T.tLL.IItSE. H.OIMDA: fleet. I the country in which such commerce is carI I I made puIJII., to elJ that the same, nnd I hereunto lIlt x
REPEl:K X C X S : ornrt t r TAIRS iv mr h\ME isi iLrivon 'PPO"'Yl lied on ; and ii case either of the high con- evero cause and aiticlc thereof, may bo observed i Done in duplicate at Berlin, the thirtieth

CArr. J. J. LICAS ) Tilt POOR OK lllh .L'KIDIAN 4 JlH P.NAI (.}fl'IE.1'TILL AKTH LH III. I trading powers shall hereafter grant other 'I ant! fulfilled with good faith by the i day of January, one thousand eight hundred

COL. J. D. Aitr.x, V Chotlrtlnn. 5. C. Practice in the Circuit Conitiof Gad.dcn. I The two high contracting parties reserveto i privileges concerning: such' internal commerce j i ito United Stites and the citizens tl'reof ant! iifty seven, ((18.77,) and the eighty-first
FBASF.R A TuoMtov ) \ T Len. Wakulla, Jeflers'Mi ai.d Madison: andtltcmi In witness whereof set
I 11i\.c '
I II the of the United
thermelves to ulterior understanding my cf States
to independence
,. come an the citizens or subject of other year
JAMES S. JOMS. Talli'iaxsee, fl collection of sod I governments
DK. ; to tie lUteS ac- .
tToiiiptly hand and caused the seal of the United Statesto
June .>.57. 2S I I couLts in any <>f said (oulltil'JI.I as circumstances may require, with the same shall! be equally! granted to P. D. VROOM, [t. s.1ADOLPII

) I Feb. '7. I'M S. O-l f regard to the application and extension to be the merchants of cither nation engaged in be affixed. BAR. JIARSCHALL

jV ----WILLIAM SCOTT-- - ------ --- I given if there be any cause for it, to the principles I such internal commerce within the territories 'I Done at the city of Washington, this r DE BIEBERSTEIX.! [L. *.]

I j\TTNY: : A i LAW, I, Isabella f 1ftL! House laid down in the first article. But they i of the other. eighteenth day,August, in the year I And uhercaa the saV? convention has beets-

MOXTICHLLO, FLA.Ta11:0lS5J. ; deblare, from this time, that they will take ARTICLE IV. I of our Lord one tlousanl eight hun. duly ratified on l otli parts, and tho respective
The merchandise
30 tljm ALB AN YjyJlS. GEORGIA. the stipulations! contained in the said article as I imported L[:L.S.] llr11n I. or exported by the respective citizens or subjects |I
| of the United States of
inle whenever it shall! become (dependence the "Ut ultimo by Peter D. V
room
on
"-- -- -" a question of the two sh ill 'I I ;
high contracting parties
above HOTEL in Albany. the present terniJL of the of 'America the rightv second. and minister
FLOYD & HOLLAND rpIIE to judge rights neujrality. tl'ir II envoy extraordinary plenipotentiary
in arrival
not either
or
pay on JAMES"IIUCHANAN.
inus of the Georgh and I'lorida Railroad, is country : of the Urited States, and Adolph, BaronMarschY1
Attorneys at Law. ARTICLE IV. denature, other duties than those which are .
now open for the reception of Iba By the: President : lt fliebersteine extraordinary

'TTTILL practice in the Circuit Court of Middle TRAVELING PUBLIC.The It is agreed between the two high contracting clurged in either of the countries on the merchandise LEWIS C.\v, Secretary of State.nv f and minister; plenipotentiary roy of his Royal
YY and West Florida and in the Supreme Court
house nnd Fui uilnre at e new. The Frcprie- all nations which hall or products imported or exported by I
parties that consent the rind Duke of Baden, at the
thc State. Also in the District Court of the Uniod Highness
I tho merchants and of the most favored
State,in the Xorthm I)i-trict of Florida. lor i is determined to male it a to accede to the rules of the first articleof subjects I Ii TlC rRisinK-sT: OF TiE t ITFf T/TFS I OLd of his Majesty the King of Prussia, ort
under !
nation and tax
R.J. FLOYD, Office Apalichicola, Fla. FIRST CLASS HOTEL, this convf-nfion by a formal declaration, i I no exceptional or AMKKICA : t'le part of their respective governments :
I,. P. HOLLAND, Office Quiucy, Fla.Dee.,185. an.! by strict attention to the wants of his any name or pretext whatever, shall be collected
ope stipulating to observe them, shall enjoy the I Now, therefore, be it known, that I,JAMES
51 Que*, to merit patronage of the Public. on them in either of the two countries. A Proclamation.
-- lights i resulting from such accession they r BUCHANAN, President of the United State
L. H. DURHAM Proprietor. I
WILLIAM S.;DILWOUTII As nrLK V. All suits and disputes arisingin I
i shall l he and observed the WIIKUE\S convention for tLe mutual delivery hare caused the Said convention
Albany, Ga., May 22. S68. 21-ly i-nj.-.yed by two I of America
Persia betveen Persian srl;l'tts and citizens :
Attorney and Councilor at Law, :_ ---- -- parties signing this! convention ; they shall of the United States, shall be carried before of criminals! fugitives frcirl Jistlce: in I to bo made public! to duo end that tho tamo-

communicate each other the result of tho between the United States of clause and article thereof be
MOXTICELLO. FLOIMDA. to Ii certain cr 3es, and! every may
tk the Persian tribunal to which such mat
WILL practice in the Courts of be Middle Cir L CITYJGCOTEL.JOHU ?: I steps which may be taken on the subject. ters are usually referred at the place where a America and the Grand Duchy! of Baden, was t observed and fulfilled with good faith by the

and TIN n.s anJ Lowtidcs County, Oa I II Mgt 'I concluded and signed i by ineirresaectiveplen.ipotentiLsries : United States and the citizens t thereof.In
It I L. DEMILLY, consul of the United States reside -
\arc11 22. IS:... 12-1 t I ARTICLE V. or agent may at Berlin, on the thirtieth day witness whereof I hare hereunto set my
---- ------- ---- -- Ii rejpoctfully inf.>rm the public that he and ho discussed and decided according I
1.J'TO1JL1), I The convention shall be approvedand shal of I which convention in ahd! caused the seal of the United State
being hand
LOSG &: CALBUAITII, 7 has leased the CI Ft HOTEL (Uo*n o> the pre equity in the of an em I January) it ,
i : presence
ATTORXKITS AT LAW, TAT.LIfSSI'.I:, FLA.MA. I Brown hotel) and will take charge on the first of ratified by .{fie President of the United ploye of tho counsul or of the United: the English German languages, is word to be affixed. ,

LONG & J. H. G.\I. R.UTII have associ I I May next Hi untiriiKj <.xeitions will 1 be used to give I States of America, by and with the advice State agent j for word, as follows : Done at (he city of Washington. this

.)themselves in the practice Law. They I I full fati-faction to all who vill patronize him. i and consent of the Senate of said States, and All!! and disputes which arise in Convention for the mutual delivery of criminals nrnct nth day of May in the year of

win attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit,the Supreme 1- 24. 1S5S. 17 by the President of the republic of Peru, with sllit may the I fngiti"e from justice in certain cases, our Lord one thousand eight hundred
----- -- - -- -- the of Persia between citizens of
Courts and the District Ceurts of the United the authorization of the I legislative i body of empire j I between the United States, on the ]i_ &] and fifty seven, and of the independence
Hamlen for
Nathaniel I United States shall referred entirely conduJe
Bttte at Tallahassee. Ports and the ratification shall be exchangedat L part: the Grand Duchy of Baden, on of the United States of Araer-
Office the Court Houss. trial and for adjudication to the consul or
opposite COMMISSION MERCHANT, Washington within eighteen months from II the other part ica the eighty first.
October 28. 1854. ly __ __ _____ of the States, residing in the
agent
_
No. 33 Poydras St., New Orleans.Refrs the date of the signature hereof, or sooner, if \\ Unite suits and disputes may Wtlrens it is found expedient, for the bet JAMES BUCHANAN.

Hanckel & Nowell province ter trntion of ju ticc and the the President :
-- possible.In have arisen, in the nearest to it, I prevention By
FACTORS, to Gov.James E. Broome, Tallahassee,!, faith whereof plenipotentiaries of who shall! decide o them province according to the laws of crime within the territories and jurisdiction LEWIS CA.?s.Secretary of State.

George K. Walker JCq., t the United States of America and the republic I of the partis' respectively, that persons "
-ANn- of the United States.
Oen. AVm. Bailey, Jefferson. county. of Peru have signed and sealed thesepresents. committing certain heinous crimes, bin; BV THE PRESIDENT OF THE UCTTXD 8TATKSOF
Merchants LinUn All and disputes occurring in Persia
General Commission T. J. Eq. suit from should under certain
J. O Putnam, EHJ., Madison betweed the citizens of the United States and fugitives jostct AXERICA. ;
CHARLESTON & C- u Done it the city of Lima on the twenty circumstances, reciprocally ;
.
Daniel Bell Eq.. Homilton the of other foreign shall be delvere1 up A Proclamation.
;t
<. r. JUXCCEL. L *. XOWELL. Augusta* Steele, Esq., Levy second day of July, in he year of our Lord tried and Lject the powers intermediationof and also t enumerate such CI explicitly; I

J. J. Snellinjj. Esq.. Jadsdcn one thousand eight hundred and fifty six. adjudicated by and whereas the !Ijws and constitution of Baden WIIEHEAS a convention between the United

*I"nJ.wiU sell every dewription advances(f ProJate on all or I E. Remington Esq.. Tbomasville Geo. J. RANDOLPH CLAY. [L. s.] their respective consuls or agents. do not allow its government to surrender States America and his Majesty the Kingof

anJ will make --Oct--24 1857. 43 __ J. M. SEGUIN. [L. 8.] In the United States, Persian subjects, in its own citizens to a foreign jurisdiction, the Denmark, for ;the discontinuance of thn-

consignments. : G.: K CLARKWATCH ; And, vher as, the said convention has been all disputes arising between themselves, or government of the United States, with a view Sound dues WM concluded and signed by

I between them and citizens of the U nitCI! States of the convention their respective plenipotentiaries at Washington
ApiilA1IBROTYES dnly ratified on both parts, and the respective making strictly reciprocal,
MAKER ratifications of the same were exchanged in or foreigners shall judged according to shall be held equally free from any obligationto on the eleventh day of April last, which

AND MEfeAINOTYPES, this the thirty-first ultimo : the rules adopted in the United States respecting surrender citizens of"the United States: convention is word for word as follow i
city on .
AJ:1c1. Jc'VVoJ..er, i the subjects of the most favored nation. therefore on the one the United States The United States of America and his Majesty *
BAILEY. I JAMES
TAKEN respectfully inform the eUzens of Tal- i Now therefore, be it known,that Persian residing in the United and pr his tho of Denmark being desirous to
Sl \\7OULD the United Statesof subjects America, on Royal Highness j King
Barnardt r President
Rooms Drug baa BUCHANAN r. I'
ocer T" \ labassee, and the public cenerally that be States, and citizens of the United States residing the Grand Duke of Baden, re- terminate amicably the differences which have
having
stand of J. C. 11&11.1 Co, where be is I America have caused the said convention
refitted and taken the old ,
THE Rooms hayebeenthorougbly the in Persia, shall when charged with criminal to treat on this have, for that arisen between them in regard to the toU.Ime *
to the end that same, Ih"o sbject
made
now in excellent condition for the purpose prepared repair to be public, to
I and in Persia
tried :
!
be judged Denmark on American vessel and
designed. The Public are invited to enll.Oct. Watches Clods and Jewelry, : and every clause and article thereof may be ofcnces purpose, appointed plenipoten- by '
and States iu the sanio manner Varies to and conclude a convention their passing through thaSound and.
4 the United States ied A cargoes
and at the most reasona observed and fulfilled by .oeolial
--- 31,1857.White -- in a workman-like manner I the subjects and citizens of the most favored the President of the United Bell and commonly l tn. .doe-
Lead. We rates. Persons having good) Watches that fail to and the citizens thereof.In a ; that j, to_ say, I c -

Linseed run well from having been badly repaired can rely I, testimony whereof I have hereunto set nation residing in either of tho abovementioned I I States of Ameca. Pofjr D.Y rom.envoy. have resolved to conclud4 a:'tfoiyr>nUon (Of"
In Pure
URE Extra and So. I, ground '
) them right at his shop.Ob" countries. i I of that and have named 1beir
as p1ent.
A Oil; tuet received,and for cale upon having put hand and caused the seal of tho UnitedStates extraordinary r plenipotentiary purpose,
/MJS'A LIVELY. : All work warranted if well use, .tfJi my to be affixed. .\RTCLC1 In caw of a citizen or nb- I the Unifrd! St-\tM,at the court of the kingdom pntt"nti.1ri'jI. that uto toj.: the PrewfcntM

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IViU-d :ut... Leu i i.101II.. ScereUrv State of. (' tirt ran do little or nothing.; The lawyer knows ami! hear fni1hfull"li.l*" servant traduced. They : slowly, and the stock on band i-J limited. We da 1OJ 11'oiiM You.ntob W- Xirfi! V'lo eS.-i': .

: the ; nn.II the Jiff l itrna1. render himself untenable I have rebuked the in tlut ,'n..t not hear of a single ord.r in the city, and there ''ire Avvrv pretty juesti -sur "
tn- to tr.i.luotM 1&
jeMy 1o far to way
_ _ lui. :111- ; ( ,tI -flortiMan j jest tllW go lot i be rich if they could ? nut then tie 'jUe ti"n: '.-
-.r:., ,- liille, Ks'\Hir. Kiiighl of the Danneliroz | I to and the judge cannot pretend to 1.lItl.e underwood. _AJi". consequently no purchaser, and v e still remain ,
iii1 decorated ,\'il\ Crude of Honor of the reproof without a basis for qnotalion It i is hardly probn- how is one to pet rieh He mimics : jo : wait I h ,!f
the Yours truly,
'u.order bis.MtM of' I Alajertv'.'* charned'aflairw Slates who after Iitr TALLAJIASSEE : I late bearing, with and abM tones>lute of nicety voice of, the deportment praetUing r.g1-1 f'rL\ '. !I i I Lie! that a demand will exist betore the iiiiddle ,.j a minute and \II.'!11! tell yin.Send on X i-r a \ r

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povcriitn.-tit half V toSwan i .' .
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even on l'ugn..tol.G .
l I'n.tg; t each other lh< ir full pow : ___ -_ I thee before hi next month. The receipts foot 12fi LagXO&l
(ommufiat.. Court --miG PH. for a ticket in their ldttt r '. That ticket will Jr. ,
is 1 in du.form airreed' to and ei i.;.ned the CulI' SATCUDAV, >ovi.miicu c, ifiis.tf7 To this abuse, we admit, is A matter of I Intrfle BY I exported. "

."in" .H (l.: I .--,., --------. rt'll.d. I New OntE.\, Oct. SO.-Sales of Cotton to-daj a prize. If the first one don't the second one a ill)
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The cnd. justice require -
'. I. ins the King ol Denmark mf ll ptr'C..j I "Ve knew manwho of
CE Majesty ) > once growingtirei &ilin-.
,
Mr. J. J. VA5CII LACK has been ngeat ) bale. ,
II
cents.
appoinU-J in anti witnesses LATER FlU) M grIt O P IL 5,000 Middling j
:vs entire (r.c"llof the navigation .of the freedom examining t-ro.e--exatiiin'iEg: I
I receive Subsertptiosit| Ac., fur the Florifittn I; from morn till Ktzhf, tttil to Swan i C:.. a tt-u |-
Ad\trli".nt" New YORK Sales of Cotton 1 s)0 bales
Nov. (
1.-
the \ of Ancricin vessels l freedom ;
:.111.1 il : and the I'ne dividing perfect from .
; Fir bill. A friend tried dissuade him from
lo
<# Jottmjt, anti to give receipts in the name cf the *<
ibtir cargoes, (1'01 :nt.I l forever' after the day.let rioprivlor I for.the name. I; abuse is difficult to mark out-yet we think the =; OF TIlE I the market closing llear '. Middling Upland 12 d Mig, but lies5e detcmnuinel to try lila Inek. IIU
this convention ) iito elk-el heroin- ARRIVAL
.lulI p : as i 1 liberty exercised be much restricted i @ 121(. ; ticket drew prize of fK: \(an.llht ron"JI....
And i that American J4' mi1
.tficrpro\ided. agreed -
hereby
I CHARLESTONNov.. .Sales of wa*. tInt I: man tried) again acd again am.cow his
1. cotton 1. '*"
Jar
vti"'Cl4 and their cargoes, after that day, .ha1 T\I.\I\! I J! 7IAUKKT. without fear of injury. The exhibitions we have RUSSIA. I ,
the richest in ..itTIle
ore of m 'n onr "itHnr.ee >
101 lie subject to any chargeshateerin i ( Hissing i .Xonui&The t't'ipucrC'ltn this w..t.1 Lave been witnessed in mine of our courts, of browbeating I BO l ale*. Middling and lower grade are slightly ea>ier, i* open to) all, f>'r those who.earnot atfonito

lieSonndor the Ile)ts or to any detention in the I !< .. than fur throe or Tour *.kl.11 and i>rie.. range front j should be tol< - NEW OBLEAN, Nov. 1.-Sales cf Cotton to-day i
and bullying witnesses', no longer r- buy whl ticket can g et a half <>t a <|r. rtvtme.
r ..ii-1 waters, and liotli CO\'I'nl"lh "i(tlt'ur, ifiHva 9 & iO'ecnts. such a course were we: believe 1"r.1Io YORK, Oc.t. :3i.ThmeSoutimamnpton steamship toot boles, at unchanged price Sugar has de The true spirit 6f denujerAey i i-* ili.-r-lave'l bywan'tJ

.iun should rc'cl\'r : IICllrt'l to : HEIR J fOLK5, (Ot01 Broltrt. !t nIt the J be lur"ue.l. I Borussia has arrived. She left on the 18th dined Je.t and Molasses three cents. rustomer, for all, rich anti po '\ join tgether <>

iireveiit .lolt of flag of the Lulled State' 1. __ ___ __ __ __ _, __ n ___ (1'l justice w.uI l.cter. eul.strrJ. Octb.ber. By this arrival we have London Ontes to in patronizing him.-.V. }'. I'icayitur.,
by the shipping ( other nuiol whirh shall cot MOBILE Nos1.Sales of Cotton 1WO bale*.-

have secured the fame freedom and exemption from We ha\e 1'1(1 quested to Ittt. that the Rev_ ; The I'Vvcr In Tampa, Fla. lit i IStim but no tcarktt reports from Liverpool Middling 11!.. \ -

1. of the United: I, S. P. Riehnrdson the Hth l later than the Itah. On that the .
diaries enjoyed ) that t'teo preaeh. on Sunday, Time Ti mime J'tttimmlar comes to us this week on Saturday day -- -

A.I"t" : II. Ii" aii5s.h Majesty! further riKjageithat I jiot., in the Mcthodi-t Church, in this city, the a half t11t The editor i down with the fever, sales of cotton reached 70X bales, nnd the market I Vice President DreC'klllrideo. I $ )'iJl 1'1ititi.'
the f the dlm.1 and telts shall I _
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naRsasfe ,and heretofore without continue funeral sermon of Professor Jt.11 A. G..nt !i and the chance are that no paper will be issued closed firm. Breads uff* were firm. The following is an extract from the recent letter ] -
to lighted buoyed
charge L AIWI'ieal ,.c.zl. rr their cargoes next week. We make the following extract fi'om The latest report from London state that console of Vice President Breckinridge to the Democratic POUT OF ST. MALS.
any
iijion Death TUoiiian liallzell, Jr. I .
on pacing the Smnd anJ the n.lu.! nnd that *A of gloom was thrown this. community its columns: closed at 98;j. I. Slllt% Committee of Illinois: i! -. -- '- ------------,-

p the present caI.h-liTfleflt of Ili"I! pilot in these! 1:1 o\.r The fever which we have heretofore called yellow The steamship Niagara arrived out Sunday have often in conversation, expressed the wish 1 AEEIVKli.Vt. .
la t by the announcement ( 2*. Brip Sampson Ltn-.tT Nw York. B.
> Brig
evening rN
be
continue to Denmark.: Tuesday that Mr. his
water "h11 : by fever, is "ti prevailing in our city there being the 17th Oct. (she left Boston (on the 6th.) I Douglas may succeed over Re1itilhicancompetitor. j I .-b, Randall Now York. trig W. B. Nasii, Nn-b. mew
His DanishMajesty agree to make buel additions t] that Thomas Balzel Jr., son of Chief Ju>tiee Balt- now forty cases. The mortality for the But it t* due to candor to say, that i Y >rk.

anti improvement in regard tl lights, buoys, I zell, of this State, uho had lft this city :few days week ending this (Friday) evening is less than for The Bank of Bavaria has raised its rates of discount I this preference i is not fuundd ou hi* course at the i ?I. Mail uteamcr *'.ilhoun.I (.; rjnr, from Key Vtr L lri.:
I rind in these water circuinftances five B.ink of Prussia to five late session of and would exist i if I same ila; for New t>ri pilot to pert.'eut-the Congress, not
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(t lshment a the two Indeed have hadbut
pi'evioii-ly l (r l'tii'8&lJ, had been drowned nearApnlavhiict'la. preceding werk. ; w( 81. Mail otcamrr fi.I.lon. X..l..a from New (ort"8"I..n '.-
anJ the increasing trade of the Kiltie mnvuirt. deceased four that period We are hap- the Bank of Leipeic to &ix-nnJ the Bank of Nassauto supposed it would be construed a* an indorsement jwire day f.ir'Kry West Brig Prolen.,.CTiij-min, nva
The nrrititl ofthte f the ctathihil
He further engage that no charge shall) body three of the attitude which he then ehoe to afciime towards !- to II otic. .r or a four and half These advances
pj past cent. are
l}mude, in consc American and their cartFocs : tImidly caused by the restrictions in the discount taken in tlu It Is LEAKED,
on chips intdlignce. TIiC nreident (,'eurr.J on Sat stances, yield readily to medical: treatment-near present canvas not neees.rfiryto
lrn'ment.
the Sound and the liclta cwlj market of Vienna pending the return to fjx.1iepayments. enlarge on lucre thing'I "ill only add, that I .. 24. !..IIr. \ViH rijre<*i.O'Learr. New Jrl.anWin., .
the in fair of
l.i1 t. We have lot learned all the"particular I ly all cnC3 'mowreported are a way 121 tl>I*. ,>* turpentine,slits bbl. pitch, il bb.vil, ant, T
It i* unJerto. ht"t\'r. to l be optional for the my preference rests mainly on these considerations: rnd/e.
Ca'cs
vessel cither to in the of Ids death. We know, however that lIe recovery.Our that the Kansas is ended that i ..
masters AmeriCon employ city i is almost depopulated, and presents more The Frcnrh rc-venCe for the first nine months of question practically ; I'.ark II. L. Kntpers.DelanoXrw York, with lh bales
said waters Danish piol.at reasonable rate ixed I Nicrificcd his lifo. in ni, iit.ting to KIVI- the life of the uppcarune of a church yard than a thriving Mr. Doughs in recent spetche, 1m? explicitly declared i cotton, lu, cases tubarco. 'JO bales jam, 62 dry bide*.

F by the Danish government, or to navigate their another. In tran,f.rring puj-knsrer from one of business place The streets arc in possession the present year exceed that of last Jell by $.000- his adherence to the Democratic party organization I IX I'OET

vess< 1 it without such assistance, of the' few noble uIJi"lutt. ; that he seems to be the candidate of i I Brig" ?taip on, Lenoff: B. 1\ Nash F..tn.JailY.. RXatth.
I the ie\v Orleans i-lfain-rs at f in the Bay spirits 000.The Nniii : I'roUurbipman; J. Aa.li-num,
In eont-iJeration cf alcl.r the Illinois and the formidable ; Brig
III. most
ARTICLE Democracy,
foregoing end-nvori has announced decree
theIr timcnl attention in
to a .
t.e Spanish Y-
government I I Brm.k; lcmmnrttn. William*
r agreements' and stipulation on the part ( Denmark. i I of Al.'bc.irob, f.r the town c.f Ajmlachicohi! a I the suffering of those prostrated on the: ale\.iatt bed. that strainers between Cuba and opponent in that State of the Republican party, Brcnion Frig Marie IXU'IH. r. -zi. waiting toati with lobacru. -

whereby the In.l t.ineuJI'rt1 navigation of I cliM ., The deceased, standing near Such need no commendation. Hi i" plying regularly and that on more than one oee.iMoii ilum-ing his I A.O.. for Brrni.n t- ph'lanthropy the United States shall be entitled to the -fa.t. M. lA-.twiih boneht DM brie E. A. Loud,at Cedar
enjoy same [
American ls through the Sound and the public life lie has defended the Union of the States
vess Ikll at lie time, leaped into the water to 1.tS'Ut it, but that principle which ennobles man, Keys, for I). Hull i-f Tallalmawc'e.M.tUiUE1).
_ is forever secured the United States agree to |pay in the .ff..rt to swim, lie sunk under the and with receive its Ire'Cliutntl the hand of Him privileges conferred on English mail steamers, and and the rights of the States with fidelity, courage

to the government of Denmark, once for all, the failing who t. al,11 to bestow it. thnt is the liberty of carrying six tons of merchandize and treat ability. II
waves and was lo t. The saved by the ,
.
hundred and thousand i
seventeen d.iJn"
um of sven eight < Those who have to the enhance -- --'-
gone e"untryvi without paying light house duet \VWnemlaT,, October 27, at St. John's Church in tUicity. -
hundred and seventeen thousand eight hundred and C-iptuia of the steamer, who 1(8It..l into the water, tn-ir! own interei-ts and ( .a Arrival I

twenty-nine rix dollars, or its equivalent, three hundred as we are iuforme l, after Mr. I of the fever by remaining way aclwtc it entirely PROCLAMATION FROM THE PRESIDENT.WASHINGTON By steamer Laura we notice the arrival of many I t b) tI..' Kt. lUr. Bishop KiTLrMc,J.\S.iT, BULL to
unti
lon illl1LL.daughter of the Hon. Tiwn BALTZELL, aU ol
AS
three thousand aol) dollar i
and
de'"el of citizen -fhom and business had ft
ninety our pleasure
The remains of this noble and r
gnllt;young m:1 tliMlleard Oct. 31. TFe? L'/u'o/t of thi I this
morn- ehy.
in United States currency, at London, on the day -- ass a short time withdrawn from our ruid.t. Amorg I
when the said convention sl.a1 go into full effect,, were coiiMgncd i to their l lust reeling 11let lear this THE DEMOCRATIC CoxcBKShMKX: "FROM Olo--Ei 'ng contains Proclamation (rein President Buchanan them the Hon. T. J. Eppes: Senator elect for thi, __

as herein afterward provided.ABTICLI city, on Wednesday)e\.cnill Uf-t in tljO pr"IlnreQ( in .VanFc-Time Democrats have elected the ful in relation' to violations of our neutralitylaws. the fifth ell"toria111btriet. of tie? General Assembly I OHITI'AUV.Fr .
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IV. It i further agreed that any other 1 large ctlec.urs our citizens, who deeply lowing in Ohio The Prc-idcnt says lIe lifts rcassn to believe of Florida. We are pleased to be aide to state 4fn AVw Orlran Crtftxt, Oct. 1WA.

or further privileges, rights, or advantagesihich mourn the end ext-iitand sympathize acutely with I Congressmen : that the! lands of Nicaragua have been that this gentleman's health is now good, having Died ID New Orleans.on Monday morning 1>th InoL, at .',
be Denmark First District I 1. PenJleton. public
have may granted by to -George recovered from his late anil i .
may Len. entirely severe proitrutiii o'elock.t-f yeJow fever, Dr. E. T. \& \: aged 21 iat>
wife an.l of the
the commerce navigation of any other nation at the Lcrt'n\'e. r..ltin'l Jt"tI#e for Third V.tJd-f. L. Valla ndigham. pledged MS security for Bonds idrued for the purpose !! attack of fever in New York.-.-'il. rhiculaAdetrtistr a native 4 Tallahassee, 11*. '

t the Sound and Uelt. or on her coasts and in her tie irreparable'culnmity that las.liefalleu them.Ve Fourth DitI-ie-\Villiami Allen (rr LLls.) (.r raising funds (lo equip troopotvr another invasion Oct. 27.Time I The deceased was an only child he parents had sparedno
with reference to the transit InD.Ithrugh
harbor, by --- iSixlli 1)i.triet-Viliiam Howard.nc'i of that country He regards Gen. Win. Walker's Steamer harriet I pains in ale training and education. He bade fair to '

DauUIt territory of oh.rchan.li.belonging \ are happy to )learn from Coiencl lloa.t nn, < as hostilities! ainlitk We are much pleased to learn from Mr. Livingston come all tl.at their moat exalted ambition could hare desired(
one involving a
the citizen subject of Midi nation, Fhnll also District-Judge expedition -
to or ; the Prci-idcnt of the Tallahassee tiroa.1.! l that the H.ll. engaged in the raising of this f.tvoritc Moral (roes principle.(f steady habit and amiable disposition -
to and the citizens of lie refers to the of
enjoyed by
be fully e\.n.leJ Eleventh 1)i.trict-C. D. Martin. aragua. proclamation' Irissari.
amount of traii has increased that little or no doubt are entertained but honorable and hi "-DliaJt" in all his transaction, and
the United State*, and by their \ f-svis all.ll.roptrtJin portation! : largely : Twelfth 1/lstrict/ S. S. Cox. I who stiles that the pretext tf bung peaceful emigrants she will soon be re instated in her old business 1-oat'l of the strictest application to the study of his profession hewcuM
the A train of
that quarter. dnrinj; present season. eighteen Fifteenth District--Joseph Burns- t cannot conceal the real intentions of Gen. in the trln.I|ortatioii of the mail travelers in a short time Lavr riin to an enviable eminence
The general ri.iiTention of fri.n.l.6bp -
ARTICLE cars heavily tl.1..1 with cotton and other f.rouce. Walker and hi* freight, under her gentl'manly officer, and continue among the )'uuj; pbtsici.-'As of our city.
commerce, and tm\kr.itim i ,excluded between Seventeenth 1)i-trit-lL F. Sj,riggs. party. I
from the Tallahassee as she has always done/ill general His desire obtain
was despatched depot giving to a practical knowledge of the disease a
United States and hU Majty the King of Den Cor:1 The Cincinnati the Democrats The President al 'o refers to Gen.: Walker's publicly -
Marks last.We Cnqnirtr says satisfaction to all elusses of our eitiz'II"-16iJ. incident toonr city, induced him lo accept the appointment
the of April, 182C.and which on Thursday morning
mard. oil twenty-sixth
intention of hostilities
hive elected seven cr eight Congressmen in this expressed renewing --- ---- n-sl.lciit student at the Marine Hospital,and remain there
abrogated ou the fifteenth of April, 1856, and understand several thousand bales of cotton
the provisiOnsContaiflell in each and all of it* irti I haTe accumulated the State, each by an absolute majority over all 6ppo- and cf his notification to the collector of cu.-lorr.s at C A women who has tred: the yeast made of during the lummvr. But, alas! he has fain a victim lo the

; e cite, the fifth article alone excepted, fchnll!, after theratification at "al'chou.wantng shipment fition. In 1836 we elected eight Congresmen-bit, Mobile I that between 200 and :') emigrants Millfchorily peach leaves, recommended in the I RJHTS, says it i is dread courage he had undertaken lo immaskr. May lie who
for New Y lk. the best thing in the 'orld-to introduce a physician "tempers the wind to the shorn lamb" roiufort and console
convention become
of this sgnin embark from that
present save one, (Gen. Burns,) they were all :V>scn by A llOi II I.
the United S and IX-nnrirk --- into the family so says the N. O. Bulletin. the bereaved parents. V. II.
b binding upon t.t"l ; Hand-Loom. to ditision! of the silion. He closes his Proclamation by enjoining upon nil
4 it being, however that a year's notice plurality \ing I OpjH> The hvdroeyanic acid found abundantly in the

nhall suffice for the un.crlt.abrogation of the stipulation Planters! who wi.h to examine. A valuable. laborsaving Had there been 1 fusion, we would have carried officials to be active and vigilant in suppressing all kernefof the peach, evidently has its counterpartin STATE OF FLORIDA.

of the said convention hereby renewed. implement, for introJulol on their plantation bnf ole Congressman. Our political position i Ic, entcrprizcs involving violations of our neutralitylaw (die J leaf.CRITICAL

:- JtRTIt.E1.. The present(convention shall takeeffect *, would do well to alI a Mr. V.dmond-'on'a- th.reC..rt much better than it was in ISt.Mr. -
the laws to it into COMMTIOX OF'nEKR.RI' CUlI'TIt'r. :
be as passed soon as by the governments carry of the operation contracting work-chop. There. i on exhibition at that place a [ Groe eck, although JclntcJlla: received CENTRAL AMERICAN: FAIRS. .t:r,- urg (" /.) Frees of the 25th, say*: We are

i .baI parties, and the sum stipulated to It puid by Hand-Loom of superior etcehiencc-an article, it one thousand four hundred votes Core than he had sorry to be informed that the condition of lion. PROCLAMATION
I Juarez has presented to Secretary Cass, letter of
the United States shall l>received by or tenderedto seems to us. that every farmer ought to have. Time when elected, in 1S5C.; Mr. Pendletvn has on; Slierrard Clemens i i" most crhicaL The statement ,: FOR A I AY OV 'TIIAMiSGIVI.\C.'
I apology from Martinez for offensive allegations! I made to al* andit '
us precludes hop.,1 hi.frecovtry,
Denmark and for the fulfillment of these
pur proprietor of the right for Florida are offering the thousand Th* course of some of
ft period not exceeding twelve months from n'ort. (politiejl against the United States, which appeared in a recent is even l jios-ible that while l we write he line BY MADISON S. PEUUY,
same for sale, will be sefn their notice in tnday's < hich I "
by these out of the futionisU !
a gentlemen breathe-l h: last. '
.ll. of thi cunllol shall Lt 1I0Wc1 I sought manifesto from him. I I (;() I ..l'Js'xii1: OF FLORIDA.
if, in the ilternl, an earlier day slulI be paper. to make (capital docs not seem to have affected will have j, Mr. Clemens i is the person who was wounded 1-y I -
Our -
government not difficulty with 1 1finet' -
--- any GOT'crUtJr"ise': son, in a duel fought: a few weeks
I fixed and carried into for a free tbem much. -
_
upon ef..t \ rilCREAS: It i* and for States
C"igtion \ right proper at
trrest France in reference to Ccntr.almc'riet11 affairs
the Sound and in fa Tf lor (;alml>Mii I ; 1
through or !
-- T T well! as indiviilnal. to return thanks to AI
ether power or power, the same shall emmltar.e On Tuesday nigh lm4, our ,'iiI11't Mayor mude I Advertising the Law *. but our relations with England on thi'l suljett are -- .- I IlhJ'la might O oi!, for ha! nmniC>M blecsings and mercies ;

ously be extended to the vesMs'of the United Slut ti 1 descent upon a place where lie su.-pected that the Time Pensacol.i Obaerrtr copies the remarks of time of a tMieatc nature tl.e XorfM Jr//w., Oct. S3A.DEATH ; And \\'tirrra\ Time 4tS TlinrsdnT iu Noferibcr has

nod their cargoes in Inti.ilnti.n of the payment t law and autho1.i. of the city were li-ingstt at Rome ffottlf'trnrr the : or 11 I' X\'In.- regret to announce been by usage and custom adopted by most of the
the sum stipulated in ; it being onder.stod defiance. Tlie visit ended j I (( ,) suggesting propriety MORTALITY IN CITIES. the death of this gentleman, which took place onFriday States of the Union as a day of Thanksgiving; ami
in
however, in that event the .rre'-ting A faro of advertising the laws by each session cf lilt .idenee in
thlt government I passed 'u.htWru, Oct. 3iX-The Health officer evening at re IVtersbtirg. in order that said day may lie observed w i'h uniformity -
United States alo to that of Den Jfolfr while in tii very act of practising his report. Mr. Na-h -4ded in where he
ofht hal pay lt pro i the Legislature, and observes: formerly our city, throughout the I'nited States; T/nrrj'urt,
: four per cl'nl :nt'r.t nfl tlt .aid sum, from I fe *ion, who gave his name n* Ogden HolTmanWhitman. I In common with the Columbns / agree'with 21 deaths by .111\" fever during last ,','C'k. II was engaged: for J.e'al.au- in bnsines as bookseller I "I, MADISON S. PEKRY, do bv this, my pmiiiisrrcc'animtion -

I the day the said imlllilhlllrt't goiic iito operation ; An fxllnilati"n Ilti"f.l his Honor the Rome: Svntfierittr to: wtf X!ORLEANS. Oct. 30.-The death by Yellow and stationer.lie ? ret aside Thursday, the ?5h! day of

until the lrindpl fhll .: been paid a I that the 1.181 was guilty an.l he was Cued 3'3te.. j this mode cf 'publication of the a tlc* (C rrolritt\. Fever on yesterday were 19. I removed to Petersburg ul-ont 20 years ago, Jfovenilier. as a slay of publia Tliankcpirir anil resjieotfully
and ha.l eli t-.t"LJi..he.J! and whlihvknowt
aforeFiJ --- i tore, in the neiipers of the Mate. This woul1j N t" ORLEAJS, Nov. 1.-The Howard Association J, eeu long 'mu ak the clergy at all religious tlenomina

AunC VI., The the exchange present convention of .1Ia1I.tul' 1 I.e. We hav received" the prospectus of the "Inde- I, give every under man the an O opportunity mode of of knowing that close IicJr lalors this day, the fever being no longer j i ., denier ns An hing extenMve by hisluperior anti suecrs'ful buine book quali 8n.lIl'ian. addresses lions, to open nnted their to smith House an of occasion Worship, an,
villiin ten months from pendent Press, a \* \I.f publit-hcd at Alligator "h"h. p.Vi-e.nt lII.lt'atiun. ;.1..rcj of character and of
place in Washington paper i n"\Er knows until they are \ '.. cOII- epidemic. *, energy urbanity imlaimncr goo I people of the State to lay aside their usual avocation -

the date hereof, or sooner \\f practicable. Fla. I is dfbted to .Literature T.mJ'mlef ter orl 1"ill'rt"t -,11 the rer.ders 01 thefper. NEW OIIIEASS, Nov. 1.-Tlie death from yellowfever acquired) wealth and rnflitene and thf Tft"ni and join in t"a religious exercises cf the ilay
In faith where, the pect5ve pleuifKitentiarieao wou1I..rc .. atfeeliotmtc regard of a large circle of friends
in Masonry morality and general intelligence publishers eould afford t9 pdmit them at s on Saturday were twenty-curing the week I In testimony whereof. I hate hereto set my
signed the prewnt Co Yenton. JcpJcte. be. as ifs indicates in all than ttstta'! acquaintances in l'et-bur and elsewhere. I hand and caused to be affixed the great scsi l lu
end have thereunto affixed fell. "i name independent adverti-ing: 1.I"crti.t'lentsor.II:1the s. in one hundred 1 seyenty-five. Here, where many of his relative rS ide, and [ B.] of the State of Florida. Bone at the Cartel
uniformity
Done at 'NVafhinuton this eleventh day of April, thing, neutral in nothing." II. G. Townsend and rlt Sk. tf his true worth and admirable Christian character
.< eh .rge, we would suggest that they be paid for by ia the City of Tallahassee, this 3rd dav efNoveet
In the of our L- rdone thousand eight hundred S. Editor and i INDIAN WAILS IN OREGON.HACTFORU are well !Vtiown appreciated, many a heartwill
year r"rCI lNprietors the ) e-s, and that the be bcr, A. D. 1R53.
I fitly and of the independence! of theUnited l.tiHI compensation i put feel true for hi* de.ath, in the of
an fe'.tn at one JolL.t i pcf JOOO< > cm. tint-' Coxy., Oct. 30.-A letter has been received sorrow prime manhood 5!. S. PERRY. Oovcrnvr Florida.!

States the eighty first.LEWIS. I ..:n fer. Hrov beattiijj AVitnewHei.li fortuity in the charges by \ou1lnke pajters} therprint..l in this city from an officer of the army in I and in the mu t of a career of usefulness. By the Governor-Attest.
C.\ '. [ s.l 11 The List hour of his
TOHBEX BIDLJX [r s.j &tances of browbeating and bullying witnesses I in large or ,ml type. H'n\ilt forward which it. -lated that there h.id been severe and mud and earthly his death pilgrimage acretranquil F. L. ViLUf lecc. See'y of State.
u j joyful, us peaceful as
I time bill t- flue auditing further November 6. 1834. 45-3t
in >
the said convention has been I open Court are not very rare in our own .ritcr. we in between the i
And whereas duly 1'tt. prolonged fighting Oregon troops I the closing moments of a calm and quiet summer
suggest that a > c-f l'ie the r2f All tirongho-t! the State
ratified both and the respective ratification ttAtd that the learned judges in Wotminstcr, <:1) paper cOltininl papers eopy.
on part I I i I h. laws l Ime with time and the Indians. The Indians are now clamorous Jay.I
of the game were exchanged in the of England, have lately decided that it i'n principle lull leeount e\.iJelce I __
tty : coi-rectmme'm. for and it is believed the war is over.
I peace
Washington on the twelfth ini-tant, hy a.s, of law counsellor I FracB.tt CERI' fOSIi.-11Ie funeral of the la- Miss Johnson
in ,
common a We trust the will take ---
Secretary of State of the United States, and W. deRaaslofF tllt3 questioning I Legislature up ths subject mente l E. 1' Nash took place yesterday afternoon
-I ESPECTFUI.LYinfcrai the LADIES ffTalIV' !
I witness should address him i the at the ion. not Senator I > -
,
terms approaching LATER ARRIVAL OF TIlE
ordinary ., -
"l
hi Ihitii-h } d'affaires and I the M. E. Church in the,
at street
) ljeIJ"clarge < and Representative the before their i Washington lahasfiee and vicinity that the Ice a few fa bionable -
consul general in the nite tte", on the pal t of I and in language of reilt..t, such as i is cmplwjsi by :! respective bodies' place mate! I 1NI: : A. 3NT i presence of one of the densest aH mbhiges ever cal 15OXNLTS on Imml), which sue will cell at

their respective governments: one gentleman in With Inc.tht'; that --:- -- ;i lected within its walls. Hundreds of[ersons went reasonable prices. She is aW prepared to do all
Xow, therefore, be it known, thrt I, JAMES BU j unable to secure an entrance into the buil.l-!
such a lawyer has no right to question: the private FT time n.rijia.Journal.. away kinds cf MILLINERY at short notice and reasonable
lVeident of tho United Mates of Amer- I QUKBEC: Nov. 1.-The steamship Indian has arrived ing. A touching sermon was pronounced by time-
CIAXAY. GALVKSTON Oct. terms ; nm! solicits a liberal shareofpsmtronage. Orderbjvrill -
business moral eharactrr cf witness 19th, 1853.MKSRS.
t ( d the said convention to be made or a any further with Liverpool dates to the 20th nit, being I Rev. Mr. Proctor of the High Street M. E: Church, be received at Mrs. A. F. MitLia'n, north of

puLlr. to the end that the saute, and every clause than it is apparent they absolutely nfffct his reliaI Erl"l: Since my last, the fever, in two days later than those brought by the Borusbia.LiVEnrooL I a funeral hymn was sung and followed by an impressive the Female AditIemv.November .

thereof, 1m1.1 1.servt-d and fulfilled. I I bility, o!tou'h tIll case in hand ; and that a T.it. stead abating, lias seemingly increased-that is, COTTON I The sales of the three prayer from time reverend minister. An 6, 1858.: 45
with good faith by tLe- Unil<.l States and the citizens \nKET.- followed tlu' remains to Bland-
ness is not UUiid to answer questions put f him in if we judge by the increase of deaths. For tie imposing cortege '
thereof.In { days prior to the sailing cf tli3 steamer were 1 .O ford Cemetery, where they were deposited"with BY
J "iUH" hereof, I have hr-reitntoset my hand, I an tn,ultin an.l annoying; manner. The judges I week; ending Monday, Oct. 18th, there have been bales; speculators and exporters each taking 1,000 becoming solemnity and ceremony. EXPRESS

and tUIJ the teal of the United States to be also Jt'ioel. at the fejinc ti.H thai if A Cur I fciSty--even i deaths, against fifty-seven of the week bales. The market closed quiet and steady, former _Petertliurtf Express.prcint JTroaao. ToT7Kr Yor-lac. rI"

aflixcd. forced A witness prciou?. Quite HU increase for the population of ADIES C.iIore I CWVf
t answer an improper question, --------- Raglan ,
in the city of thU tliirleenth quotations being barely maintained. .
Done Washington, the J Black Circular
such witness would hare in place.
a action for
remedy
day of January in the year of ourIIi an STATE OF Tr.M 5,--Mant'i' "stcr advices -re unfavorable ltOtiCt5.c. Black Bombazine.M .
Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty- damage A liar decision t-hould! be made hero, The weather for the last two or three days has decline in _
__ __
\[ ] a goods being reported. =-=--=---=--c.-= -c. Cirode ltimZ'me.a .
tight, and of the independence of the United for some of our lawyers are a Much hi need of restraint Len very rainy, and we are anxiously awaiting a GENERAL lXTELLIG EXCJ GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. ami White Silk Rouches,

J States the eighty-second.i as those of the Courts of Great Britain.Prolxibly ; .- stiff Norther, which will, in n great measure, dissi- Ladir colored Kid OIov ',.
The employees of the Atlantic Telegraph Com Sn JAMES CLAEKE-3 CELIBKATXO FEMALE FILLS.
JAMDi BUCHANAN.
one of the most flagrant abuses now common pile time infection and again give tie health and Linen Trimmings, {new style! ) 55'
Sir J. Clarke't J/
had received Prtpartdfrom prttcriptiou of ,
By the President : puny notice to quit operations on the French Lace Circular Veils,

LEWIS CAM. Secretary of tLtt. in our country is the practice (.lo'cl by happiness. 3d No'/ember, unless there were some favorable _L)., f'/tyician Extraordinary to the Quetn. Pelerine',

--.. many lawyers of bullying and insulting witnesses On the 15th iast, a very melancholy tragedy occurred symptats prior to that time. This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cure of alt Paris M uslin.

Indian \e\v summoned to testify before our courts of jl tice.- in our city. The wife of one of our most tlioe painful an4 daagcrous diseases ta 11 hich the female The above Articles have been this day receivedaisti
Hanover has sdnt an t, England to treatin
agent modirates
By the arrival of the 1 Iikl States Mail schooner it man bin poss-eseion of knowledgewhich timeinterest re'peelable and worthy citizens killed herself by constitution U subject. It a3 excess and remote fcr sale at D. d WIL.SONS.November6 .
from I reference to the abolition of the StaJt dues.A all ol'frtnrctiors, and a speedy cure may be relied on.
Skinner learn 1858. 45
Joshua; we ,
CaI'1 Fl.r llli. another requires} Ihf'ul l be made knownin taking strychnine.ens! eP.m she was non eo>n,3smcHtit in TO MARRIED LADIES
and political anticipated Prussia. -
that a oftwenty one negro were amnesty
.5 in at that party place on the 6th il"t.: for the purpose of the shape of testimony) it i* perfectly right that having been rendered so by family troubles. French and Portuguese affairs tie unl anged. it U peculiar suited. It 11 ill, in a short time, bring on the iffks- Cost for Cash.

trading They represent th.nlI9S as in a destitute such person should t.e compelled ts,. attend the The whole community deeply sympathize with the monthly period with regularity.
WILSON offers hw entire STOCK of FANCY -
Each bottle,price One Dollar Ix-aM the CovernmenlStamp G.
condition without clothing ammunition ofllictcd in their bereavement I)
or family
and his evidence. Time little inconvenience
CurL give MORTALITY IN NEW ORLEANS.Nzw of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits.CAUTION. a SILKS at Cost for Caeb. Consisting of
which thej ay must have, cither by or The Thomas Watson and the Lucerne
they flip to him is than counterbalanced the ship barque .
foul means. ey Je wish to leave the more by ORLEANS, Nov. 2. There were 27 deaths by Robes a Quille, | Bayadier Stripes.I .

but are desirous .f living not I terms of amity euntr\with value of his testimony and the aid which he renders arrived here to day from the Canary Islands. They yellow fever in this city on yesterday.A These Tills IlIo I1'JlGC be takca 6y fc'malda daring die first I she, j Plaid aaJ rtrp'd Silk

the white;. an-1 if there i i" any interruption of the t!.e Court in awarding justice. But in compelling brought eighty-nine camels, (the Watson eighty frost was noticed in the suburbs cf the city three months Pregnancy, as they are tare to bring on Miscarriage Volante. |

g present good feeling it will IK-, they say because him to jH>rfunn this duty, principle and the Lucerne nine,) all in good condition. All early this morning. bat at any oTher time they are aafe. November 6, 1858. 45
t our permit citizens to trade every In all eases NenrCus and Spinal Affections, rain In the
L with government them for the'inot they are P much in need c-f propriety requires that it should be done in a but two animals of the lot are capable of carrying MOBILJBNOT. 2.-.Sales of cotton to day 3000 bales Back and Limbs, Fatigue on alight exertion Palpitation! 0: Fresh Buckwheat, jfSK

of. They have plenty of mono.and an willing to manner as little at varianie with: his interest, his fifteen hundred pounds weight. One-fourth are unchanged prices. Sales for three days 4,500' the Heart, Hysterics and Whites, these PiUs will affeet a ai JM CITROy; | Fresh Currant M J

purchase at any price. Their present scanty coth" convenience or his feeling a* i is:consistent with A females, the rest males. It is said that they are bales, and receipts for same time 10,000 bales.- cur. whqp all other means have failed,and although a powerful J_ English Pifcr-Sli, at f3'D.

ing is made of salt bagging, picked up realization of the of Mr. Watson of remedy, do not contain Iron, calomel antimony,or any WILSON'S.
the private
perfect object in slew, and that property Washington There are only three ships and two barks in port C.
djeacli been washed ashore from a hnrtful to the constitution.
having thing
wt1cJ611ip. he should be given vexation whatever. city. They are under the care of J. M. McAdoo. November 6, 1C53. 45"
or pain Nrw ORLeaNS Nov. 2. Sales of cotton
to-day
This party, we are informed, arc TaU. Full directions accompany eacb package. f'olegcnl for
llAseM; and the other party, under Tiger Tail, Yet some lawyers who above all others should There are various conjectures afloat as to the real 8000 bale; Middling 11J. Sales for three days the United States and Canada JOn M03$, Receivd

some twenty in number, were expected to join thf1 understand this, act generally just the contrary.Wlm .- nature of the vessels that brought the camels. By 20,500 bales, and receipts for same time 23,500 bales. (Late L C. Baldwin & Co.) Rochester, N. Y. Just

in about three weeks, when a b'TIUI.council wouldbe a witness is upon the stand, they exercise all some it is supposed that they are slavers and have NEW YORK, Nov. 2.-Sales of cotton to-day 1200 N. B.-$1,00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed any author TER trig SAMPSON from New Yoit sad per
held for the of appointing Tiger Tail JL GALVESTON from New Orleans :
purpose heel Agent 11 ill Insure a bottle containing SO Tills by return steamer
their ;ingenuity to vex and confuse hiui. Theybrowbeat landed their cargo somewhere on the Eastern coast bales. The market and Sat.
chief of alt SU June is quite blind and unableto wa heavy Spirits of mail. Fresh Buckwheat, Superfine do.

walk. They spoke of settling at the huntingground and itUidAt' him, and frequently in- of Cuba. Tie strange, at the best, that one of the Turpentine was dull, at 51 a 51$ cents per gallon For sale by Edward Barnard Jr.. Sole Wholesale and Ee- Gooben Butter Extra Re-boiled Syrup.

near Miami.- The female portion of the dulge i> a series of iirp rtineiiV and irrelevant vessel should bring eighty and the other but nine Rosin was dull at $1 GO afloat. Rice was firm. all Agent for Tallahassee. J. S. M. Davidson, Solo Agmt No. I Mackerel in kitts, Ribbed Side and Shoulders

tribe arc living upon an island in the Everglades.Tiger camels. Both fast sellers for Quiney. Cheese ,
questions, bearing tijVu the private affairs i of the are extraordinary clipper English Diary ,
Tail wi not permit any of his tribe to purchase February C, 1S5'. 6-ly Citron anti Currants, Sugar cured llama
witness rather then the issue' under trial, wh ch built. The Captains refine to give their names.
THE KENTUCKY AND INDIANA IMBROGLIO.
(were possible) any intoxicating lquor.- t -------- I'Unt Extra Hour, i Bap ing and Rop
Effort have been made to ascertain the say the least, are annoying, if not distressing. That looks sonicwhat suspicious. Time crew are a LOUISVILLE; Oct. 30.-The difficulty growing out IfTonr Hair U Harsh, CARRELL i MAXWELL

S Indians now in Florida, but wthou success-the It is true, it ia the duty of the judgyto' protect heterogeneous mass, the Sjxmih element predon.fc of the arrest of Horace Bell, at New Albany InJL, I la CaeTrof. Wood's Hair (,torati\'e. November 6. 1858. 45

Indian Key Iht keeping perfectly .ient upon the subject the witness; but, practically.he cannot shield him nating However.- They went up the Mississippi Jus been amicably settled, by the assurance, on the If your Hair GraT.Ue Trot Wood's Hair leatoraUIf \.. --

I of GHf -_- completely from the malice or the impertinence of tome distance before coming here, but ((110 some of part of the Bnidenbcrgers, that Bell could be released jour Hair Is Thin Use Proc Wood' Hair : ,oratt\'e. S ew Books.

"TiiK WOKK GOES BKAVELT ox!1"-We are pleasedto counsel. The judge cannot object to a question as the crew say) having received counter order, on bail. If you are Bald, "VTOW receiving a large stock of Nra ,

learn that Col. Sanderson has purchased an Additional improper until after it U put-cml it frequentlyhappens toned and caine to this port. What are to be Use Trot Wood'. nalr It. rllhe. I _vt BOOKS including all the recent

2,000 tons of iron for the Central Railroad. that the question is of such a nature that done with the camels I really cannot say. Apropis- ADDITIONAL FOREIGN NEWS. If you have Nervous Uei "ac"e, pubhcstions, both English and Amen *it aflsiry and
% Trot Woo l'.lIair Kcetorative.If can, bound in variety of -tjrle. Gift Books
of American and of English iron. The every
1,000

American iron is already 1,0 for this port and the ,.itnel prefers to answer it than t restvnder of camels, forty-nine of those useful quadrupeds NEW YdkK, NOT. 2.-We learn; in addition tathe If you hare Dandnrn" Annuals in Superb bioding' and a large upply of

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the English iron U to be shipped shipped to FernnJina, the imputation of being anxious to avoid it.- There belonging to U. S., are now at camp Verde, sixty intelligence already published, that difficulty has tae Trot Wood's flair Eestorativc. Bibles and Prayer. MtDOUQ ALL& JJOBBY.

and flom there l>e (arf over the Florida Rail. are other questions, again, of tuck a character that miles from San Antonio Sirtce their importation occurred between France and BraziL The French JOB hare Eruption Use, Proc Wood' H.lr Ecstoratir, 6.1858.Stationery. 45

_ road to Baldwin, te rur of laying the the Court cannot readily comprehend their impropriety only one of the imported has died, while ten Iiavebeen consul at Pernambuc has struk hi* flag. If TU desire Glossy flair -
- track from that Upon the arrival Lw Trot Wood' flair Ileatorativ.Ii'yo'im .
t thriving ,
added birth.
\ their real drift being partially concealed ; by The Young American Icrt'
of these the work of lie
be prosecuted cargoes with renewed vigor.track-laying 'i and it is not until a witness has been bullied and camels thrive well, and promise-to grow up equalin gw YORK ELECTION desire lo preserve ITae I'rof.( Color Woou4 Ifair Ertoratire.I TEST received 600 Ream of Paper including erfj .

I of a few weeks the whistle of the .cur GOV.PERRY" into making disagreeable and distressing all respects to those imported. New YCRS, NOT. 2.-Midnight.-Te3 ward In I d sir D4t- to V-o e the Color, .. err variety of Letter. Note, Cap, Legal Cap Bill
t.aH
shri WonT Hair Eestontive.If Fo'lio Kith =d oogilt and Commercial
Uc Trot and Post Ladies gilt a
I Cf ColumbI&-.Ttzckaoaritte will be through the piney woods sUterocnU that the judge fully understands that he Late advices from Brownsville give ns fearful accounts this city have given, the Democracy five thousand yon want a Cheap Article Notes, Hue.' white and assorted colors, ever/

R1ical. aloud hare shielded him from the lawyer. But it of the ravages of Yellow Fever, both in the majority.In lo rrof. ,.J'I.IIair EestoraUre.. style and size. Envelope.to suit.I .. ,

too late. Besides which, the manner of town and garrison. As many as twenty deaths per the 20th Congressional District, R. Conkling If you admire tie Bcantiuii iVVroC Lock:, I McDOUGALL A HOBBY.
the ten
Coixsiuvs.-On Woo.rUllr
BANK or 10th of last July, the : atorsUYe.If
_ _, Bard of Director -Clumb. Bank passed counsel towards witnesses i frequently] in the day and only one physician to attend garrison and Republic, is elected over P. S. Root, Democrat you admire tie- Beautiful Singlet. November 6. 1858. 45

!i. ( increasing the ep tl.tok to the amount highest .degree Insulting and unbearable. A town, and he nearly worn out himstlt The feverin [This district was formerly represented by OrasmnsB. Use Trot Wood's Hair Erttoratire.If'ytou --

cf fI50.0 This euro, t $2OOOO, made threatening tone or sneering countenance may our sister city of Houston Is abating BOmew At. Matte 'o>.] wish aZ aolifuI Complexion.Ua Cigars.irCf .
Trot Wood's Hair Eeatoratlre. I
the capital stock $ o.o Subscription send the blood coursing an honest man's They have not had it as bad as we this summer If you wish a Face tree from Pimples, \ \ CIGARS iuaUeeeiv*!.
have been made to the amont $285.0 t(lil* thrugh t'e Trot Wood's Hair Eestoratire.If )U U U 3LDOUGALLLUOBBY.
date. In consequence of which, Br.will reins, who does not know h01 to resent an insult and fall. The deaths there averaged one per diem MARKET REPORTS. YOU'1I'1ab to appear Young, t November .1858. 4 5

: raise the ". stock to 300,000- ( in the presence of the Court,and who, by his anger, ours 4 to fi. Sn.\ UH. Oct. 30.-.Salet to-day 910 bale, at : rae Trot WOO Hair Eertorative.If .

limit In this connection we wight ay that the may b trapped into making a very awkward appearance I am glad to see that Hawkins U running so welL prices ranging from 111 to 11} cents. The d'DlaDd you KeaJ want UM lenSmony Circular of overwhelming Trot Woods i Hair Restorative Gold Pens..
Bank of Columbus has the entire confidence of this .
'4 tomuniyand l looked upon A one of the most before a ping crowd, the consciousnessof lIe is far ahead in the race. All honor to the it limited, and sales made at easier prices. Ityoswaattofl.ndit The. Depoc i* at,114 Market sUSt.Lonb. UitMMirl.f5f KIND, with nd without hnd! sju 5

rlable inlUtutol in this country.-Cvseas j wbi h renders hU position on the witness stand sturdy and honest yeomanry of Florida who have SEA L.'XOO.-\'re have no new feature tore- Sal -1& i Ia also told by every popular Druggist I I. IL4'city EVERY' McPOUOALLA HOBBT.

.Or .. i I a perfect purgatory. To protect such 1 man tie thus ehown conclusively that they will not Und J I port in It.lnpe! cottons. It i it arriving very I February ooantry.,1531. 6-ly 45th.







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or $20 Revarcl :Et. M. QUINI" I AMES & LIVELY, Co-Partnership Hotice."V"4 Atlantic Telegraph Cable.: ;r SWAN & 00.'S lotteriesTRIUMPHANT


,} \ .\ AWAY (.>ni nit r-it!! :_;i-4i .Iue .' .l" Copyist and Accountant, = b j.Dnt.F.RS "\ 7 E. the undersigned! hat e this day f rmed.Co- --- : !

1. we k,,",'.m) bmbtit SANDY. l.iw JUX .SAAIy.; AX TO THE i'P!. \ T I Partnership r.nder! the, nane style I nnd Iii r.i of 1 .t jif-f'ftle Allanfir T'friyrcplzrlie
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with T\ifkei) i and / OFFit. _. 1---
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Ntti.re.! gwJ IU.itg" mUf iTALLALASEEJ: CLABKE ,-.\"I Bt rica >.l TUT 5'a; !: 0; --
'. al ut 27! .ovir. jut or n. A. in>i jr.Octolxr PBATOEiUS &
) .Swan
IU'-t: a".I'u l.al5") govt r) yeir 11'C. ; rriig frt&nrine; : Seht. nle will If dtawn.1"

.': njf-. pints the fWlule and dance well ; an rxficruottl ::- :O. I IM8. 44 fi'rtle tnirv-nrth'it, .I t tinWA'i. ag and MtrthattTuilotti'ff .1 YEll S GORMAN. .* A Co.. tt.a>er- ..,* the Sparta A nd?**, -Lnt-
tass.-a.; ml iM respectfully noicit!i a
.' I IH!V wvant. and latterly has been engaged' : (ply. n en 4i it if Heir Sngh.inmberLotteraes rut

;..iin? the, Marl ns nn rxhoitri I ; 1ms a wife at Gov. 1 NOTICE. \ continuation of lIlt patronage f.r the new flirts rectivcd NlJIS:'. nt Argi..t.n Georgia, in pnblic uu

t\.IIi". 1l lhlllj(11 1-Vi I.is appiehensionin tie State ; bv- the niciijtx-r (If it in former, times. I j NEW GOODS NEW GOODS. ;I ,ier I the ruptrintvndfiieei'f(4)fUlOiIlUQQe
1 v ill 1 ync tu dullani. out at.tl.e Stjte twenty dol- j' ? J IC>OIt 31. G. GIA'tITTE! ) I JOHN PRATOR1US, '
and Hiable liJ. (.n delivery t.. mer I ATE IItrue1.rnt the Female ASA B. CL.RKE.O..t"bc (Till 40 7>ratM on SaturJn, A'ovem&rr C, ltt.d.
!!' ivas rxpt-ntcs ": l.ileil"I11fuli'nl JS1LCLOCKS.Jcirdrij.
\J WATCHES I (.1at 41 7>ra M on S,hrr'y.. JVWem&r I;. l$3t.
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14 C3)) IR..S. 43
i lod;n Atb.nt.t. ( .
: ('less 42 J5osp'a iJatnrditfi.lf XDMnLff 2". lSJ.
O i .lM'5! th" ,
.rgia. Cute
1WU UOIIKUT ItUTLKil ; \ >S n( r
T-ilnhaKM-e. .. tIle has ( located SilverVare, and Fancy Goods Lhmvit
November IS53. 46- ? ltr"IM.I| ) NEW COODS. I
ill his CITY, n ATI In-itruetur tithe, I 0-------
OA' TIlE PUN SINGLE X&.WBERS5O,000Tickets
: Revived. J'JA.VO "'(1:1'J: :,.,./1'(1.1. Ml'fiH' i!I FLA/ '; Cloths, dassimcrx. Vesting Clothing and : rpIIK UNDERSIGNED are now reeeiTing a large i
Home Industry I _I_ and well selected stock of
Fiom Lie PHDHCIENCV in both t""cr"'I. he feels contiUiit Grills' and 1'ouiAs'furni.cl.iizg Goods, | !
A HE
I.sW\r.I arc propriotorsof iLe tilt if giving entire satisfaction to win! now receiving a lanie and fresh supply ofJ. Walehfs Clacks Jewelry Stirtr and Plated
'l"'lnJt'XD any may V. ( articles Dru. OF EYKIiY DESCRIPTION.I PRIZED
every variety kept by gists.j'II1rI:1s. 5,485 ;
Flvri-.a. WendethtLI'upciio i patiotiize him. He may be found at the City \ IT"arc and Fancy Goody
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I, ; I'll YSJ'L L't'S, i I i I, SEAttTOXK. PRIZE TO KVEET NINE TICKSKWt
10l'I r consisting of
pIlES'linSCRIBERSarenow at the
receiving
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REFFEKKXCSS Knd Sill
HANDLOOM : others. alwsy tint at this establishment a
Jons E. Di-BtMC, ; JndgeJ. W. full supply of every thafg needed in our line and on i JL OLD STAND formerly occupied by Jon PB' t Gents fine G<-1.1 cud Silver uniting Patect Lever i iLl G./PICl.WT SCl/E.IIE

,atcnted in IS;'. tLn. arc now oflviinu the wl iiti? or 1 I). C. Wn.sox. ;: THOMAS J. r n"s.RM.\K, as liberal terms as they cmi be had in any Southern TOP.IUS a largo au.il' well selected stock ofFitIjJ i Watche?, I TO BE DIU" lAd 5AT1)AT IN. NOVEMBER!.

part of th"ir tviiitory I forcnlt*. To any one desirous Jonx 'MAXWELL, D. IJ. }!U\J.LL Market. Order by Mail or otherwise promptly attended i I Cents fine silver Anchor and Le;>in. Watches. I Prize of $70.000 J j Pilt'sof. ...iKaI"

.I l investing capital. in a eafe and lucrative buMtu-js. a : F. 11. .:JTtAGO j I j: to ami t filled with tl.e nme correctness rJs if \ & "'INTER/ ClOTHING[ Ladies. fine.. Gold Dial and hunting Anchor" *"* I :10.000 I 4 ..80')

'IIe.1.! We will ,li >ose ofth 1 purchased Customers.. To Cash and open .
rare ball*? i is now rrl' j lEaving known 1'rofofsor JIANNFTTE for some personally 1" 10.(00) 4 'oo
.: \\1K'1 Sb.e ii'lit, ..r K-ll tie riht: for one ormote I t tll( I Veiy <-heei fully rtulleullim. as a Worthy, prompt time buyers, we feel confident in saying we FOR MEN'S' AND YOUTHS', Elegant C sets rnl of and Florentine iTosaic Painlio! Cam I 1"' . 6.000 )I 4 .. 600i

Countie One ,.f tl..e valuable lalior-Mving !; Getitlriiiftn and mi Oct Miipl .l.ed Mnsician. can give them entire satisfaction. Our STOCK! compi together with fall assortment of Shirts, Collars, I (0. Lava Gold ston, :. Cents fine Gold and i 1" . 4.000. 60 . 600
: Silver Fob chains Guard anti! Vest cbnrs. Ladies fine
i exhibition at the SlOp] of Mr. Ju- i.csDriij I 1" .000 60 Ni :. 3i
Ltxnus now w. I
dolls I: ) Cravats, Ties Glr.ve Cotton and Merino } Hose, I Chat.ilnin chains Ladies fine Gold Coral f. .'et Bracelets I
DL30SE.i
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A. E lmor J* 1I. ill Tall.iha see, *bcre the public Paints i I" ltio I 100 a .. In.I" .
< 1858. I
9v-ph j < : 43__ : I Putty, I Silk, Cotton and Slerino Undershirts, Drawers, tc. I Gold and Enameled Pins and Ear Kinj, Gents ..
.III.'C it work. We nothing I : :
i is invited to call :" My I Medicine?, ( Oil-s j Burning Fluid, -\L'O- I Bosom Pin, Gold Guard Fob and Badge Keys Fine 1.000 30 .. 100

in favor of the supc(" meritf these machines 1 Notice. : Chemicals, Dye Shift-, Cnmphirie, ." Gold Pen und Cases a large assortment of Fine ,Approximation Prut _
swcr any other land 10.111. They speak f.. thera- Perfumery, j Vat tushes, Glass Ware, A fine assortment of black and colored Cloth Casim..rs Gold nnd Silver Gold and Coral 4 Prices of$40O $.0.0OO $UO\J
Necklaces
"iI ESSR3. (;Wn N & HILTON are dulyI1 I Speetacles. appro'g. prize arc
liOOZEILN'ovvmbcr iny
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t\t. 1)J 'I and bieh
Vcstirsf, w they are prepared: to I .
6, S5S. 4i-I\v: uutlioi:izcd Agents during my absence from Fire Soap., | Window GIas, manufacture to order in the best aol most f.ithioim- I Gold Tooth anti Ear Picks Gold Slides Belt ;i" 300" 25000 1,200
Hue Tooth and Hair Manufactured Tocncco, Lockets Charms. Gold 4 a !l'O" 10.000
I t IStt. I.. II. KNIGHT. I I ble style and at tbj shortest notice Terms reason Buckles Seals and Silver 800
I Oct. SO, 1S5?. 4J-tf I Ri I u able. A liberal discount for cash.PRATORIUS.
Land & Negroes for Sale --- -- Paini Brushes. Fine Havana Segar*, I & CLARKE. I hings and Pins with DiVm-tfid Ruf y. Opal and I I. .. lOt) N 6.009" 400

Arrest: the 7ETiiift! Surgical Instrument, Medicine Chests, i Pearl Sets Plain! ; and Chased Rings, Misses Rings, 4 .5 15" 3.500" SOOSOU _ _
Court TIe would his 4
*T a decree (If Tx*>u Circuit undersigned respectfully request i
IN tIt pursuance underMgned Com m issuers will f+ll to the! A rAN culling: himself JESSE GRANT left the suited to Plantation and Family use. former customers to Some forward at as early a day I plain and with ;ett.. ._ -I a 5 O" UOO.
I 5.000 prizjs of 20 are . . .. 100.0CO
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Ligh'st biJJer before the C- irt-bou*! d...r in Tal- I .J Dii hborlHXHJ) of Newport on the iwentiethult. -ALSO- as possible and settle np their old accounts. SILVER WARti : .

'aLassee, on MriuLiy. the r-tb lAY '.( Dw'hiber' next with) him a valuable MARE about eight or PURE WINEs A BR.VMilES MLDinsAj. purposes.D. JOHN 1'1\\TOr-ruS. Plain anti Threaded Table Tpecns a'-d ForTs-( --
5,485 Prizes amounting. .. .. .SU:Q.OOO
the following lauds and IU-.!-'H-H. belonging to tile 1 nine y car: old, a dark bay in color with one white H. AMES, M. LIVELY.Oct. r t October 23, 1858. 43 .4 Dcert. t'
Estate of David iVlkol .1t"C4'3! ,I.tt wit : The N J t hind ft, lol..n/ing to the Estate of Sype Smith de- i 1C, 1858. 42 N Tei WHOLE Ticaavsl0; HALTS |5 ; Qe&avzsuj.|

:,f the S W J, of Section al). in Towi bip 2, R.ange ; ccaseil Whtl he said he was gCint to Gads I I NEW
2, N tt E ; anti the N 14'f the) S E $-, .fSt.'cti'JIIt ;' ,den oinistr. and i is FUpp..t to have toVett Sale of 1,400,000 t cres of Land. Soup Ladles. Pie KrieesCake do. Butttr do, lol I It it to any eel t/ttirou o/rtctttirrff U. ,At.CertifcaUs

iu Township 2, llangtf I. N rJ WEBER & DANNHEIMER, Fruit knive. -:. (1-

taiuing 120 acres more or K-ss ; and I ucyro woman, J ro'\t'tle ; M.ire mi that the ov>ner c.m get h-r, Judicial Sale of Land. : MERCHANT TAILORS Silver Napkin Rings Silver! Card] Cases, Porte the

Charlotte aged abvut 5') year, one boy Tune)'.aged wiil be liberally rewarded ami all expenses ToiJ.- I' (leorge Garr and others, "jr Moieties and Tweezers Silrcr Cups and Goblets. e'fPaekages'willbe.oldat fvlUwratts -

about US )e.rl1' gill ''Sully aged about) 16 years i I Any 01:(having any iii.Vmation if the @Ii.! Grant
one woman Milley II s eJ tilmut ?l sears and her infant the course he' 11:1 tlk,ii. will Cfufer a '.1\1 mi the t Lewis Curtis and Nathaniel ,! Western Judicial Cir- I READ r-.1I tB CLOTHIXG Beautiful of Silver Plated Castors, Cake Ccrtifia t; 0: Package of 10 Whole Tickets...t SO
uld fur .L the land undersigned i by writing! to her at Florida.ELIZABETH I I patterns 0 10 Half .40 C
child. Hie iit-jjroe to be ea ; | Newport I TI.ulst.n. Tluslrel of the f cuit, in Franklin co. Baskets Candle Sticks und Waiters.
one-half cash and the balance on 12 ,month credit : GRANt *Apalac-hiola Lar.3 Com I In 10 Quarter ., SO
J Chancery FURNiSHING
I I Fine D. B. Gun, Game Bag, 1'0"dcr Flasks Shot ,.
GENTlEMENS' a "
vith 8 per Cent interest to bo secured by Emol1I..eon I, Octfr-erSO. 163R. 4 patty and (.other J GOODS, I Pouches, Caps Wads and Wire Cartridges I 10 F.i L\b.. ,,. .- 10

the laaL li. 11 U1LTOX. J -.Vlns-. -- I URSUANT to a decree made by the Hon J. J. ITALLAHASSEEFLA. FIXE CL'TI.ECT-TAblc and Desert Knives with J In onT rinIC Ticket or Certificate enclose! the-

RICH. SAUNDERS f -I Master's Sale. J 1) Finley and rendered in thrs cause, the undersigned -- : I without Forks, Rodgers d Woster.holnie Pocket I money to our address for the Ticket ordered on re

November. ._ C, 18.5S.. 45-td ::) Y virtue of a decree of Leou Circuit Conr in Receiver, appointed by the said Court, will TIlE SUBSCIZIBERS ecciin at Cutlery, Rod;f rs t Wostenhohnes Razors Sciswrs.i I ceipt t-f which they will be forwarded by first maJ.I .
- --- - --- ---- -- I IT) Chancery, in a ctil cause wherein Jane I Rj I sell by public Auction on the first MONDAY in I Store next ta R. II. Berry's Auction) i Fine China Goods, Paxr; Mache Good I Purchasers can bave tickets euJinjj in any figure they

Land Sale j \\'iljr snd oilier" urecompl.tiiiiinfs. 11 I J Instrument
j ; the Lands belonging to (the. said APALACHICOLA GOODS suitable forIEXTLEMESi : I List of Drtwn Numbers and Prizes wIll >**
ExeenU of the I =* \ ill
mmi r :n' t of II
undersigned C<> K>ncr>, appointed by a : .,''IUU'I.t Guitars, Violins Flute, Tambourine Acconleons
?, t after tbe .
sent draivii
,
purchasers immediately
T'HE I
\\ decea-ied.iindi'ther LAND COMPANY, lung in the Western Judicial < ? WEAR
( ot Leon Circuit Court tc fell the following : l.L.111..m. a.e ,1'f'n.llt ttc. '
: laucU lying in Loon county belonging to the Estate I"i cxpc'se fur salt: before the 1'itnrt ." .. "' Backgammon l1.ard.ll. Walking Cane, '.It'ir Office. Sito
I plain aol 1 give )'IIt Conniy ami ;
the of Tall.ihi-o.'. tho huts in the city of Apalachicola. These lands include
I Imt Mnlif
"deceased Dej
efFraUiu T. Crotnartie: to-wit: The city .a eimeres.and Vesting of the latest style and best quality House Bells Japanned Waiter; Feather Dusters I "
s W i of N E J. snd the S W A
Keniembi-r flat deduction.every Prize H drawn and
] in full without
in Fractional Section 22. and Islan-i Ko. 5, all I the Estate of said WiUinm \Vi!--n. ,', : vii: found in the Stale-the Sea Hoard offers good Fish- a workman like and fashionable and REASONABLE payable
No. 'C"H"1
4, manner on ie tte.
Perfumery, I
I I'ait of I1 No. in the eries. The Soil is of grade! I -iJ- All prizes of?1,000 and under lAid imnaotli.itely -.
in Township] 3, Uauge 1. N it t E, eontaiinnj; SSO acres 101 original 1 plan! lflLt city every : propjrfj r.r TERMS. Also a good assortment of -ALSO-
the usu.l
after the
: drawing-other prizes Kt
of Tallahassee, feet Monroe inducement to this dice,iption of buyers. !
fronting and every
more or less, will sell said: land to the highvtt bidder on strf..l. 3 or 4 with beautiful l ; I
READY-MADE Stereoscopes,
CLOTHING .
Paintings, J time of thirty days. ;
These Lands form of 'lltt } l'arrlrnv
feet
donitt Talljhave) running 70 on street with abuilhii.g part "IH1 ,
l ('nMuodlY ,
before the Court Mi>e IJ.1d IC1Fa,1 foq\le. M Y ER3 A .
by G ORM AN.
known and are for distribution, by the decree of the consisting of Fine Black and Colored Cloth Frocl 1 All communications strk-fly cooCdential. '
&
Tiasi-i One Exchange.Part (01.
the ill iluy <'f Deeembtr next. : I TI. C.-A 1'beral deduction fur CASJ.Sept. .
of Coal! Fancy Cassimere Business Coats, Black aol j AdJre Orders for Tickets or Certificate to
of J.l0. 161 in the
: of the ry.
the tj.il.uiee 12 month.JoreJit, with ;, plan cityofTallah.isrfi1 CI'ut
llalfCAUh and on o1ginJl .
25, 1858.
cent. intert- from dAy of ale, tu be secured with a building lbcrll. bounded, l The Island of S -- -- -- --- -- --- -
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bv per ou the land. I north. by the houSe or store of Frederick Towle, ( on the Sea and afturdJ safe, L a'thy and pleasantSea Doeskin and Cassimere, Pants. Figured Grenadine --- -- 5f :\J6nl residing near Montgomery, Ala., er _
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mortgage UICIL SAUXDERS, t n. ;' store ot Myers
it n.lIILTO ) 'II'. Lot No. 2S6 fronting feet on Clinton s'reet nnd Dog Island., also form part of his property. -ALSO- time by addressing S. Swan .t Co, tt eitber. oftbosef

November C, lt>:g. 45-tJ. I' extending back 170 fetD Duval street, to a lot An almost. inexhaustible supply of the forest pine A good assortment of black and fancy silk cravat RAILKOADS.Change f cities.

--- ---- -_._- -- owned by Ricbard hayward, in the original: plan of timber, suitable for lasts and} Spars, and a general and] ties, shirts merino s'.lk:] and cotton under shirts, .I.-l-l i O::T Tide* for sale by E. M.VilT,
the city of Tallahassee.Lots I I timber business is on the banks and in the vi collars socks ,' Talluhassee f\'C1.i .
gloves &e. i ,
Land Sale. No. lI 1 3 and 16 cinitv. of the numerous rivers that outlet .. .
I 1 n the orl" addition of the for au to
The subscribers i of numbers tbat drawn
I are new beginners and 1 not entirely C3F" A list tbe are from
E und'igned Commissioners, appointel by a I city of Tallahassee.Also the Sea through 1 lie Forbs Purchase besides! 1 unknown to the community and they pledge I tbe wheel with tbe Amount of the Prize that each
I i of I
rIll decree of Leon Circuit Court will sell! the following the following (!scrilied land in Lon conntv, t variety of rare timber; as Live Oak Cedar,Juniper. themselves to give satisfaction to all who favor Schedule. oce is entitled to, will be published after every draw.

lands belonging to the Estate cf John S. \Vil- : Florida, viz: the SEt ('fthe N W i ( e V. ![, Bay. Cypress! .\h. White Oak end Hickory. them with their patronage. may -O--- ing in the following papers: Augusta (Geo ) Con

"ox deceised on Monday the Stu day of December I Town 3. Rarge 3. N .K; the W A of the N W i of The city of Apnhichicola i is:on the Bay of the same J. WEBKR I and after Saturday the ninth October 1S5S, I slituticnaliist New Orlrtos Delta. Mobile Reg .te ,

I":8.to the highest bidder Ufore the Court.Iwusc Sec 31, Town S;. Range S, N J E; the K | of the N I name. at the mouth of the Apnlacliclf River. As ON Train will b: run daily (Sundays excepted) I Charleston Standard. Nt ftville Gazette, Atlan'a In-

door in the city of Tallahassee to-wit: Lots No*. ((6 I E 4 and the SV i of the N 4 <>f Sec 36. Town ?, i I a Cotton Port it is thirr in pint importance onI J* DANXIIEIMER. i I as (follows: : telligenc. New York Weekly Day Book, Savannah
and 7 six and seven, quarter of Section (18)) ;:- Range, N & E; the S 1t of See 36, Town 3, I I the Gulf of Mexico, Ind to Mobile. The Oct. 16, 1858. 42 '
) t Leave Station Walker's Morning News Richmond Dispatch, New York DisI
Mill .
8
Lake N & E tha E ths Apalacalcula with its confluencewith the ----- A. M.
W of S TV'of
N t Range J Sec
36
1 near ; R-er.
2 I
Range
teen.Jackson iu ,Township in Leou county ; containing IftOjacrcs; more Town 3, Range 2, N d E, and the l | (.f the N W 4 Chnttahoochce, and other streams extends into 1i 1 1 1 ; 11 1 11 1 I Arrive Leave Tallahassee .... . 9 40 .. M. I (patch Ark,) True Puulding Democrat.(Miss) Clar.'on, nod Little] Rock,
Tallahassee .. . .
I 9 50 \ M.
.r lesf. TEIUIi-One.balf and the balance ou of See 1. Tuwn 2, Range 2, N d{ E. containing five j the interior four or five hundred mile,and drains the Nov.

1 2 Mouths crecjt with 8 per (('ut. interestR. !I hundred and fifty nine 47 100 a'res. more or ]lees ] finest "tlln. Tobacco and Luniber Districts in Alabama [A Gift with every Book I I Leave Arrive St.at St.Mark Marks.1 1.15 A. M. j :_14,1857._ 46-ly
.
2.15 P.M.
1 TER each Georgia and Florida. ,
and
R HILTON. ) the remainder in 12 '
S-Ouc.lat Arrive nf Tallahassee .. .. 1'. M. j Maryland State Lotteries.
UIC1J. SAUNDERS. pomaNovember I month ,:r.m I lae Joi i ofile, r-ith i !interest at the The Bay of Apalachiccl.i has recently become a WORTH FBOM 23 TEXTS TO 100.OC'Jt 8.40 ,
I rate of S of increased interest from the the '. Leave Tallahassee . .. . :50 P. M. I
C, 1853. 43-tds cent per annnm firm date, to secured discovery by new descriptive catalogue 6) octavo -0- 5
.--.--- -- -- ----- ----- by pr mortC. on the premises tulJ.j b pint .of the United States tugae.1 in the Coast j ,...* a target r'tteetln. ant better variety pastes of I Arrive at Walker's Mill, Station 3.. :.:0 P. LC'nncc.ling R. FRANCE Sc Co., Manager,
&'Mamlaril II il h.ll''-iil, : Miscellaneous
HUGH ARCHER, Master iu Survey of a new Channel leading Professor I IBache r."hit'DIIn.1 with Post Coaches daily to Mnntictllo
U. S. Marshal's Sale. j j, Oct. :0 185S. 4S Chancery. of the, Coast Survey reports it twenty I Books the rnuntrv than that; also of any cont.iiiw(tlir bock grealfr selling inducements establisbmentiu / than IlInJ twice a week! to Madison! AlliCTtor, Baldwin and i OF the Maryland State Lotteries, present the follow

)Y virtue .f a writ of fit-ri fuci.n. issued from the I :, one to twenty two feet water in this.Channe at low | eu'r before oBirivtl, mailflfrM to any artJrtf Jackvmville. arriving at Monticello on Mondays and ing Splendid Schemesi
] in the United 1 State* i! ti-V*' which would about twentysix \ SeuJ fur a I'htalogue.l I Fridays and I departing Wednesdays and Saturdays; ; For AUGUST 1858.
) Cl... odicc Tallahassee erifs-S-ale i g"f \'. EVA>.. EVAX3 A CO., PuMUheM.i. ,
feet at high tiJo nukes Apnlnchicol.i the 1 } 'With Ptist Coach! to New l'ort411Iarrirar. and vrhich ,
i uUtrict O-urt fur lii<* Ncirt'it-rn' Ditrwt f Floiitla! v. pr.r..Tm'. } 677 Uroadway, Xew Y,>rk City.For i -- -- -
j! !.< MOMtA XEXT.i : best Port on the, main land the Gulf of 1. i-O. 6m- returns before 4.f Train i i.h. the
"I i: Triu .Allen lcLc *:i I l nlkl<>y are |>laintiiT*, %n Mexico | tugut : departure ; v. Hue of They inntion purchasers Tickets to beware of
'''ij: .I.n-1 ,\. T. \Votou i id J<..inluit I bavc levied up- i 1) V ,irtul of a writ of fieri faoin, i issued from the, except 1'n a.I:, and fully qual t< it. Another \ Mail Steamerj between ITew Oilean. Key West t'nd 1 ordeurg Tickets in Lotteries where --estnierdfnaFy

.'n i! :irl will '*' fur t'i :.t public outcry to the !i _IJ CIerV'0 oflice of Leon Circuit COUl wheiein crcur*tanpt likely, t.> exercise i; a favorable. inflm-iice Sale.] i Cuba and intermediate; points on the Gulf arriving large Capitals arc offered for a small coat Tickets

l.gbet; bidder-xp on the firbt Mt-pday in December i.ext I Dariel; Switzer is iiluiotilT and David Beverly is I on Apalaclisila, i is this;: sale of the Forbes Purchase I subscriber offers for sale! his ENGINE, situ I at,aol departing, 'horn St. Marl}3,
In.tn-r'n the bourn often aud! ti'o .'cl ek In-for the dt"vnd:1t. I late "e"ieJ upon an.lstill expose for j L:1Ui?-thy urr"lrtllhe city fronting on the COlt TpIIE at Centrevillr. It. ii1., C5 horas. power I (.r every inontii.. Should these dates fall Sundays, The Maryland. Lotteries have been in existence for

Cnuit-hi'Ue door in the torn of ;!,iticel*':, JcITt-rf u sale in front of lie Court-house door in the city of for eighty miles! and extending into the interior about I Engine with superior Grist \..Aattached.\ Alas, the train will be run as per schedule to connect with j Forty T-ars. They are drawn by a State O8icr.

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Kection 14, S 4 Section UTTown hip 1, lange 4, I j in December next, the following described 1 property ctiit ate under decree and advertisement of sale and 1 It u ci*Bentley's: make and warranted to be E. HOUSTOTJN, i got yocr money. TIle whole country i is flooded wi'b

S k E containing rtOO acres more <>r lc!*. Le'ied I I to-wit : ten head of CO\V and calves, marked a crop amount in the, aggregate to Il.t one million four I inferior to no Engine in the SoatLern country. Terms Pres. A Sup 'riuten
i-rxHi as the |iri'perly of sail Joel A. T. \Vcton, and in one ear and a split ;in the oher.llree, head horses hundred tin'tunnel acres. I caay. R. C. WILLIAMS. : Sen'ini-1 Waknlla Times, Madison Messenger I UIi" Order in the Maryland] Stats Lotteries.

t.be sold to sat'j.'y .ai.1 l wit of fi. fa. according to I cue chesmt sonel! ball face, one brih sorrel colt The Ocklocknee, Sojx-hoppy New and Crooked Oci 2 S5i. 43 nd tiuiney Republic copy till foibid. MAGCU'ICEoIT r.rt It.MaryJanl .
1.1" 11 E. r.LACKDUUN, U. S. ) and one dark roan horse; about sixty: acres of corn Rivers, all well timbered, fl. w through these lands, __ Sept. 25. 1858. 39 I '
November f, 1S58. 45 IarsJal I nnt cotton, 11 head of stock hogs, all the tools in his and connect, by tide water through Crooked River, NEW GOODSiCHEAfGOODS. --- .---- .- .---.- State L ttery.

----. ---. -- shop a lot of timber for ; one sett of with the Bay of Apalachicola and with the Apalachicola Groceries.JUST CLASS N,
sboI .
blacksmith: tool;, tvro purptf.t feather beds River and its tributaries', concentrates at this _
U. S. Marshal's\ Sale. II for RECEIVING THE FOLLOWING To be drawn in Baltimore on Saturday Angnjt tilt 15.)1:1.
I two matrasses, one buieaa, twelve high bottom point advantages procuring; everyTeacription offitip :

t Orsnt Pri
BY Cleik'i\irtu.ofuee, <.f r ..Diftiict Coint at Tallahassee. I j .*
wherein. \Vhidden ii plaintifl. and |ii' and to b aol to satisfy' Paid writ of ttr facias. vautagt s. facilities afforded.by so fine a barINT \ -- :LANTS' Extra Hour (new Wheat,/ t .. ... ..... 10.I\UO I" ... t.OONt _
accoiding to It. A cud the ready access to the Cuba New All JL Mount Vernon ....... 6.t1T, 1" ....1..01.)
I have levied receiving and ,
S. D. .t W. \V. StiicklaiKi; are tlcfl'n.alt*, U\DEIS. Shfif. Texas DarketJof j I now my large carefully selected 1 ... ...... :f.1O 20 Prize of... iif
Orleans Mexico and
upon and will expose for Bale at the Courtliouselx BV JOHN H& '. D"uty SLtlf I : should I STOCKS of FALL and WINTER GOODS Goshen' Butter t ....... 6.esso 21) ... '
iu the town of Montictllo. on the first Mon Jay Oct SO, IBS' 4tt.IsSheriff's make Apalachicola the first lumber mart iu America. embracing every quality and style.SILKS Powder. Shot and Caps, : 29 31
December btrtwrn legal hours of talc,.the] I. The sale is under a Decree of the Curt of Chancery Roc rotnfh, I :::: ::::::: :: i-cs : :::::: 400'
in r.t"1I. is : 1 ........ :.000 64" ..... '
I following to-wit : The S W J of the S W 4( Sale; I II unconditional and without resene.TFRHS Brown Loaf and Crushed Sugar, ) _

( fSlVtI.1l i p'i1y. 2. Range 4, S & E, containing I Is! '1 0.'. Y -One third of the purchase money to h Silk.Fujlr a Laize, Striped d'Loir No. I Mackerel in J bbN. \; I : :::::::::::: { : : UI :::: :. _

40 acres more or less : .Also one sorrel mare I t lt I JJ.rLJIILl.V \1'1 paid in ca_h, the balance in one and two years. 5. Volante, Plaid t Plain; Col'd Silks, Candy Nuts and I'ickles. .. ........ 5tss) ".t.li .... M
and two-hoi and gear. Levied I) Y viitcc of t.o of Gtri faea; i iud equal in.talen.t., w ith eight per cent interest from a Quille, [Double Skirt Sperm and Adamantine Candles, 1 .......... 6.(1) J-VW .... 1lT6.

mule athe property a of!one waggon of the said defendant;, up I ". ) the Cleik's oftice of Leon Ciicuit Court, where-j I date ; titles ta be made by the Receiver when the Flounced |lUrk Silks of every quality, Burning Fluid :izi./;Prizr*......amonnting to-------------$6Ol.oOe _

on to sold to satisfy faid writ of fi. fa nct'rding:"ta in Kidder M. Moore i is plaintiff and William Germany j last jw.ynifnt is made." -, Flcriua and Marceiline Silks., Win and Cider Vinegar, Tick-. tO, Jlal I'. *% Quarter I'iSO, Eighth |L2S.Crrtifl :
b Elizabeth M. Germany are defendant: have : Persons desiring either to the ,'.teotP.rk.(re of 2C Wb..leM.OO.'
BLACKBURN, S. ) j iIrrnton.! Worsted Snuff B ttles and matlders.Cilron
ant
J: R a property Goods ,
: .
l. rsh31 and < do. 26 lIaise ........... TV.I0
November 6. 1838. 45-tds X. )1; lei upon will expose: for tale within legal or the titles, w 11 apply the following Solici Casiricre! and Delain Robes Laize. and Currants Soap and] Starch. <].>. tI,. Quarter*... ......... 89.M'
.- ---- hours, in front of the Court house door in the city of ton in the cause: .' U 'I a W. L. DENNIS fi CO. Uv. do \/6 EiphtM... ......... 19.79HAVANA
Tallahassee, on th'first Moo(1'yn: Deeeml next, D. P. OLLA D, Esq., Quinry, 0 Volante, Oct 16, 1858. 42HardWare.- _'0- .
Notice. the following described R J. "dou1..le Skiff, .
pioperty to-wit : a negro FLOYD Esq ---- --- -- -- PLAN:
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ApalaehiCl. ----- _
.ei-sons1iaving claims against the Estate of man named Lewis, aged about 35. Levied. upon as T. J. EPPES. Esq. Black! Bareges and Challies,
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AJ.T. | the of said defendants and to be sold Those desirous of wilt Poplin and Jleriuoes, -0-
property to buying find
deceased late or a good
..\ r..w1 nt them .to the undersigned J.o county ad- satisfy said ,'rit of fieri facias according to law. opportunity in the Sale:of Lnd. tract of Land, Solid colored Cashmeres cad Dclains, r"RACE CHAINS;, Planters Steel Hoe, Axes, Tlil Whtel M ti.ltJ u/Illicl.-tt mode, in of another.Jrawis.g.-J'raze Prize. in otu _
sre -Ettry it
.nolfl' {e tune bed by law. or R. SAUNDERS tllerif including thousands of nre. The Receiver will give Scotch Plaids X Hinges Locks Screws and Carpenters'. Tools] Drawn
.r: anti all prescr those indebted are re BV JOHN II. RHODES t any information in his power to those who write or Alpaca's and Bombasines, for tale by W. L. DENNIS & CO. out _
they will be ; Ot. 30, 1858. 44-tds. go to his office at A nalachicola. Figured! DelaThs tt all prices.Sundrics Lloyd_Oct. 16,_1858._ 42 rEizEsrAVABtxis rciL wrrnocT sax r>iDrcno..
immediately. :
to make payment '
-- ---- ;
quested --- -- Maryland State
JAMES J. BARNES, AdmlV. CIARLF.ELLS, : Lottery

November 6, 18j8. .( Notice.Fotn October R abve C:1ue.' English Crapes I Bcnaet, Belt and Trim.ming New Hats EXT AR CLASS ,9, _
23 1858.
weeks after date I shall apply to the Hon. 43-11 Black Silk Velvet, I Pibbon.i LARG E lot now opening by.r1I To toe drawn io Baltimore,Md?Saturday, Aug. Mlh,1303.

Notice.Foun of Probate Jefferson county, for an order NEW GOODS. 5. .5 U RibbonsBl'k d col'd Silk Fri-gcs, W. L. DENNIS i CO. 20.165 Prize I Ii9.000 Tickets 11We .

and decree for tie sale] of the following J.OJs. Ladies Gents Kid Glores.jCrochet;; Oct 16, 185. 42 would call particular attention In the
weeks after date. I shall apply\ to the Hon. belonging the Est\feof William EI. late of said '."t7E are now receiving a large and carefully selected Velvet Trimmings jTassell Buttons --'-- fiberce, a package of ,16 whole]Jollowiagsplendid ticket-
of Prolate Jefferson county, for an order > Stock GROCERIES, and Fall and Silk t Worsted W. L. Dennis & Co.
county dea.eJ. to-wit : the N W Sec. 16, in < Gdoonsvni'k A col'd Dress Buttons, costing ulv ?SO-and other ticket
and decree for the sale! of the following lands belonging Town. I of Range 4, N
to the Estate of Nicholas 0. F nnel. late of more or less. To be sold PRY the debts of said quality usually wanted in this market.GROCERIES | Coffee which we offer low for cash, cottonor her t.lra-T5 j the Capital] Prize, whither odd ere..f'D.

aid county deceased,to-wit: Lots No*. I. and 4 of Estate. CIIAS. T. TAYLOR, Admtr.Oct. &c. Hoops Skirts: Country Produce _

Fractional Section No. 14; Also the Weslr' (the 30. 1858. 4t-4w Onions, Rio and Java Coffees, Crown Lloyd Sept 25. 1858. 33 rLEYDJD KDUU. -_ _
Bustles.
of Section No. 13 Coronation Skirts a
W j of the N W 4. Township [ ,

2 of Range 4 N .1 t E; containing in all 320 acres Notice.SIX Currants Potatoes,, I Cracked Brown Granulated d Extension Steel" Skirts" iCruvelli Balmoral Skirls Cash Advances 1 1 rrl'. .or......,.........JJ.'I.OOO 10,11I.) a 4 .AJ'prolll.at.t..to..m. ..;. 100 _
more or less. To be sold t pay the debts of said Suar. Cruvelli [Cliilds aDd Misses. 1 M ...._. 6.lm. N ... M
Estate and for distribution.JULIA Months after date I shall present my final Raisons Bacon clear and Mantles MADE on COTTON shipped to ncr F *nct. in 1 ..... 2JoOO. .;. M
A. Admfx. and vouchersto the Honorable] JuJgeof Dried Apples ribbed!, and Cloaks : York. W. L. DENNIS
Kcz ember 6, lS5. FE\jELL Probate of Jefferson county as administratrix of Citron .Ire. Sugar Cured Hams, Plush Talmas Colored Cloaks Lloyd, Sept 25,1858. 89 1 U ..' ..... 1,000

the Estate of Jesse Grululm. lat of raid county English Dairy Cheese I Pork Lard, .Ac, Molt Antique and Velvet Black and cold Raglan, -- t 1 : :::::::::: I'f 600MO> 8 a .. JO-i _

deceased, and ask a discharge from said admin Goshen Butter :Mantles Zephyr Worsted Mantles W. L. Dennis & Co. 1 : 8 -.. ...s _
3 Fall Hp istration. Admt'LOct. with Pale in lit t Boxes Cloth Talmas, I 1 :::::::::: 400
together Colgates
nEUECC.ORANTHAM. Saop .
\ / Tjl2L 30, qr. HAVE in Store, Osnaburgs, Kerseys, Blankets 1 ...... 4))0IUO 8 .. Ce
2
Jer Laces and Embroideries 1 ......
-ALSO- : SlteetituTs and 8hirt '. For sal. cheap.Lloyd. .
MISS U, 1 U ....... 200 8 110
I. Land for Sale.I A small but complete assortment of good J.quors. Valenciennc Collars aud.)Mourning Coil's A Sleeve, Sept 25. 1858. 39 160 150"are. _
IS receiving :EW BUILDING, opposite the embracing \ Brndiet. Gins ( Sleeves Emb'd U II 51,00 : :::::::::: 10 are.:::::::::::::::: =!

Episcopal church a fashionable assortment of OFFEn for sale the following valuable tracts of PEilipy,) Monongahala Whiskey, Cider London Porter Maltese Collars A Sleeves I English and French Em. For sale Whole Tickets 110,Balve $3,Quarter $1.00., Ai. _

FALL & WINTER MILLINERY.which laJ i of Sec 35, Tl itl.Naud W, abut and Jewries Sparkling Ale te.de Hociton broideries, "TAILS, Hollow-ware and Iron by A 'dan.lren'iVrtlfleatra or Parkajr tI Wiotea where
the Ladies of Tallahassee 149 kid adjoins the Tallahassee Marseilles White and colored 1\ W. persons vieS to pay the be seat for. ...'SO
die offers CUEAP to ncres Thi DerL DRY GOODS- I Dimity L. DENNIS & CO. do. do. idtaives. dcXi:::::,.,,. taAn.

and ,'icinity.Ot on the Osnaburgs,Georgia Plains Wool and mixed Linen ** I Bands. Lloyd, S'pt. 25, 1858. __S\J__ do. KQnartrn, d.___...... te

30.-, 1858..- .- .-.44-tf--- -- -- W ALSO. containing-E J of 80 S W i of Sec 2T; T I, R 1, I and K.rsey' Blanket' :, &c. Miss de Lames, Cam Fall & Winter Clothing For sale do. do. l *!lgbUM, do......... 10

acre. brics, Cashmeres Ttfeeds
Snk. The Managers have been He I from the
ALSO-Lots No*. 2. 6 and 7, of See S. T 2, R 1, Kentucky Jean. ec. and an I HATS, CAPS, "TT700D and Willow.ware and Crockery by 'cqmp on-.
lnioU made of .
eooi
Edging merous Dnfaitbfuloe
,
i
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RSTAUN N and W, containing 275 a w. L. DENNIS & CO.
tng. } on the part of those who liare been*attending to the
r-'q Hotel the East bank of the Ocklocknce river. Lloyd 1858.
and Plantation Goods Sept 25. 39
rxCKLLEXT Staple of in
: AJSOBTSEJiT. OJ : filling prc'ers, to rear a the correspondence boi
1. Georgia hl'in permanently located in Tallahassee ALSO-E J yiN E 1 of Sec 26, T 1, R 2, N and ) Boots and Shoes, Blankets, I Prints, ness and in their own Dame, .
that be has Oeit
bjslea't public E containing 80 acres. P l.1: -ALSO- I'lantation Kerseys Ginghams, For sale Cjf Order Ticket from the Matfigets only..

"pened ALSO in Gads.en! county the S E } and E } of S Misses and Children Shoes and Boots, I Geofgi:1" /Plantation Russets BOOTS Shoes and Saddlery. Address J1 ]uUer '.f.o It. YRANOE ct CA.Baltmwre .

First Class Restaurant W J of Sec 35, T 2, R 3. N and W. containing 240 nferery Lind and yitality.Clclhing Louisiana" Apron CheckS W. L. DENNIS ,
Blue Denims Satinets i Ken L1 yJ. Sept 25, 1858. 39 March II, 1858. 10-1
1 n t main next to CoL Berry' Auction room, acres and GerJs Dress Goods. Tweeds, < j _
!etc he Slret't. always prepared to furnish Ai so in Madison county, S W J, Sec 20, and N -Cloiii Chocktaw Stripe i tucky Jeans, '
\ Oysters Do Oassimcre and .
sale
For
'11 the by the to familiH or indihuls. W 1 end W } of N E l of See 29. Also E J of S Pants- Twe Mohawk |Unseyej; .. .. HillS or .tigh Military
.hen. open do. do. .
> Kalo permanent wrangemenU to E i of Sec 50, and W J ofSE4of Sec 20, in all Cote Marlborm,gli *_ White and Red Flannels, ROPE, Bagging and Twine.
Having Scotch, Satin and Silk
I be supplied with Oysters, game in season, and all 560 acres, all in T 4, R 4, S and E Undershirts Vests Jo-M Plin, Lmb'Wool, Silk &Cotton, Brown Glasgow and Ginghams.Blea Ada'i Bagging Wood and Rope, w.L. DENNIS d CO.Lloyti ACADEMY.. _'
Ware
.'th: .r articles usually found in a well arranged and AI in Jacksoa county, o Chipola R.er.8 W J, Linen Bosom Shirts Calic Cotton Shirts, Flannels ,Hollow Ware Sept. 25,,1858. 39. JANUARY twelfth, i85, a Mlth'AUY
ON
conducted eating will be enabled to furnish Sec 24.. E i N W i. Sec 26, E J of N ..25, Pure Flu Marseilles and Linen Shirt Bosoms, Bro'u and Blue Domestie3'Crockery- For.sale'r ACADEMY will ke opened UIiliboroaKb, N.

uppers nt die shortest Notice and in the most im- E I of 3 E i. Sec 23, 1 in T 4, R 4, Nand W, con- Cravats-Plain, black and fancy Silk a a a Sheeting, Hardware. 0, nnder tteonduct of,.ptC. C-Tf., now Sopriotemleot -,
prored style. Designing to devote my entire lime timing 400 FINE lot of Havana Segar and Tobacco. of the Stats
acres A .
llATSCAPS: Bed Tick, Iron Steel and KaiU. Military Academy at Colombin -
and energy this business, I treat that I will receivea Cbattaboochea river W.L.DEN1IT1S ct CO 8. C. The
Jackson
t ALSO in county, on & D. C. WILSON. discipline and course of studies
A good assortment of gentfemeos' boys',]last t1lett.S.A.DDLERY ] J
share ot public patronage. six miles above .il. junction with the Lloyd. Sept.25,1858. 39. will assimilate to those of the Sooth Carolina .1
abut Fint 18.18S8. 88 .
Liquors can be obtained by the bottle, bat will of rich River bottom laod.in Sec CUTLERY. < '", Jce. Virginia State Military Institutions. TLerrill be

under no consideration. be retailed. Alw'a'ft fpjal- 9, 10 ana a'e 13, in T 5, n 7, N and W. ; All of which we offei for sale at prices to correspond Notice; For Sale'!' bat one vacation !n tbe year.
with the deficient and condition of the
> hand. sandy
le a always on the lands of CaVb Blood LIKELY NEGRO For particojftrt, addrese the undersigned at&Oambia.
( These adjoin on BOY. 20 jean oil. He -..
"tobr-ZOo 1858. _44__ the West' land 'Rusk o the North Cotton Crop. McNAUGHT Respectfully, ORMOND & CO. THE UNDERSIGNED and customers that desires he has to inform removed his from old A. may be seen at the City Hotel Apply to ILL I I S.C, until January let after that date a\ HiU

the "W of tbe It E 1. Section 22. Town Rutgers,.r to S.S.Knight, I borough, N. C. C. C.TEW.
Notice.Ew ALSO | Newport. Fla, Oct. 2. 1858. 40 his OLD STAND and joined Mr.JOHN PRATORI- qtl.SE Oct 9, 1858, 41-1 Hr
ship 2 N, Range 3, N c E adjoining Joe) Blake and OUS. where he will be pleaded] to see Lie OLD PAT Tallahassee 'CARTER. A.-

containing 80 aces Notice. ROSS; and will.be most happy in his business connection Stpt.4,185838 MEDICAL NOTICE. : -

Stockholders the .Auto-E I of K K i and the S E i an the E i SIX Months after date,I shall present .my final to execute all ordei s with promptness, and he ,

(1 1"11 4 Georgia Railroad Company o 'i of. W 4, all of Section 9. in Tow/isbip Not R and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate hopes to the satisfaction of all parties. Notice. .

(! held in the Town cf Madison Monday, the 4, N & E, lying adjoining Station No 3, I n. Oe of Jefferson.county, as administrator of the Eai( ASA B. CLARK. ALL persons indebted to the administrator of the Dr. J. H. M. ,Gardner % _

Member next By order, ) R. Rand containing 320 acres; thI is held at j tateof ANN BAILEY,Ute If said county deceased, P. S.-All parties indebted to the subscriber are Cave Godbold. are hereby reqaested to call located LLOYD" _-

}'LAGO, SecV. six dollars per acre. and ak for a discharge from said administraton.JAMES : I respectfully requested to call and fettle at as early immediately sad settle at tbe office of HAVING!. Stxncxs to the offers his Pee.

OctobcrOl88. F..I. IWlERT O.UILE JE.Oct. F.-CARTER, Ad-ntV. a day as possible.October A.P. A1IAKER. and tbe tnrroujiding Citizeossifth.pfes-

Seutioel a11 l Madison Mcueoger copy 2,1658. -0& I Oct 'O, ISSS. 44-ia 1 16, 1858. 42 October *3. ISS8. 43 Oft ',.lS 8 country..n1o i.



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!. published 4 WORKS, I WILLIAM l P. SLU8SEH.TALLAHASSEE Tallahassee Retil Estate
every SATURDAY by
'I fJ' 1 L/:
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TAMES s. JONES & CIIAS. E. DYKE, ASffS'Y9RfI NC" P01-1 Fla.I FLORIDA. T N pursuance > f n .!(fseit Oe JI'n. J.1,- ,.
I ": QI I --- --- ; MANUFACTURER OF COPPER,Ti:. .\\l Jlr.lTI : j i. Bak-r. Jrdge! <.f the Middle? Circuit cf FWa.'I

"At Two DOLLARS per annum, in advance. I t I'I LI ; This Establishment i Sow Under Full Best j Iiiorc WAKK, WHOLESALE AMDKALKC > R.T.UL Chaticrnr tilling. I ill.e M>Mtn 1} t titt y!< T>'..o
T I IN TALLAHASSEE/ I ,( (the iith daj) Of December neit at the GeniI hw
'::RM ri OF ADVERTISING. I I O -, IN l'LtI'c1), J.\I'AXMI: > *
I ijj '
Tallahassee. Tow Lor No.
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One qreot I! linn, or lexs firt iu crtioa, fl 00 LATEST-STYLES i lUI.TOl ik CIIATTAIIOOCI1EC, II SINCE the death of Mr. Pond. Mr. GEO. i. KING WAKK. j I} ..f Talhtha e* ; bn'g tle: Itt on whith tie MtI.Hii ad<;iiiH.n i ij' .

.4 f'u'b .ul..qut-ut 50 FOr Lken charge; all communications, therefore stove Hrml-Qnartcr? j'I Pr..tFlInt Cl.uroh w ritcated.

I*; -ie' r>aalanl lliliH 1I1I Card i'-: vrted af10 per FALL AWINTERSILK.S' ; Uo S. Mail Line I relative All work to woik cnn.ing Ac..under xhonld the be head addressed of this to business him. I A SPLENDID assortment of Cooking,J'arlor j j r TERMS :Ore-lliird cash, the balance on a creJicf -

ana t iVand Wood Stove, trimnwi with nta-es"iSh one two ami 1 three Tars the purchaser -
; : be and :* girl
executed
-Ttiser.ient not market with thIS number of f Se:1-"cok1y: ? 'i prDpty. nuchanically neatly and reduced 5i" nctrs with proved security for tie deferred
pi5ce
in*. .I..iH be continued until forbid and charged I --0-- Lern .Ei1m Tuesday's ( Friday's at 10 ,! justify.i al .Ildaaft a charge as price of labor, tc, will I I durability Out Door lYorlt. t together with lutrtgage on the pmptrtj paxrnet.ts. an'

:1.i"l,. 1 .LYL to fur title! deed
LRIAISS
pay
r>
a.
:Ia.rtifi"ttp.. of of P and Mi u'dok I i This EctaHMitient. i is not kept up for the purpose Roofing. Ornamental Front :. CiuUes97. Cop- .lUNlUSL.TAYL'OR
publication legal or estate I "plin! 'riuor! and i Lcacet Special Master.Seplll,11358. .
1rI.tL" Chnttahnochce aud I
.ojf'tO" will ).'t be given until tbe advertising fee is I Valentias and Ch.ilhe : CI'ltIJing.I Tuesday's Sallrclays of initL'ig m"le -, (vraiure to cay.) as dear bought per and Tin CoolupliPIpt'J, Sheet Lean, Sheet 37
... .1 RihUms nnd Trimu.in. *, jDo-n-stios and' !, after the arriral of the Steamer from I expeiiencihas Jenn'iit-tr' ted l to itic. it raii'K>t be don. Zinc. Lead Pipes. Pat pt Cistern Purrp Lcp work -

_ -. -. I Embroideries i H.Mcry. ; (iLinseys,Bloyik'ets and FhulI" I I "allllie Stage from Tallahassee i in this region! itt I tin* biaiu-h, of hl"illLut for the of every variety done at short lJotl f'. i! Insolvents tate Notice
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and Mantilla, I j Hats, and KUIf)1 I Fla., and riJ Ga. j benefit (tl.e unf.iti.iiate. ,1)1 happen to have En- : 1 STATE OF FLORIDA
)
BLACKSMITHING Cloak I' Jail ( I glues and such like. to repair. ("ie)' and Country !3<'i' .lmins
i BOOTS AXD : IX : JEFFERSON COUNTY f
SHOES GOOD TWO-HORSE
HACK!
I Vie /'cittern, Stoci; M-tcluutfy, Tool*, dee.. Icing : Are respectfully 1 invited to give me a call be!t per : W. EDW AlmS. Sheriff .nd
-0- : Carpets and Oil Cloth, |Iron and Nails, I JL PIUS LINE is now in first-rate lrder.. The wnolei I Large, in Order, and (foo-l (,Condition I chasing el!eT\'here.tST B. ex oflvio. of tie Estate cf John AJmirUtnt"B. Scott: .

fOTICE is hereby given that I Cornices and Curtains, I l'aiut and Oils, I i Stock has been renewed with new In. com forj Jobi tan le Turned Oat iriVAAVat'wM I N- B. All articles roanufactord: from the veer Jdr..l..cm count., deceased has late
filed!
i in
able Hacks. Tbe Drivers ., the Pro-
the BLACKYMITntNO ni-St- Hardware j are cartful and ac- .
I and Cutlery, (Basrguig and Rope I I I cite? ltipatrh.Shafting. ; test material: and warranted durable. V t oti<'r nl tlewill bnleifEc? i.f -ff.-roi
t' ._ Nf" will lw cl continued heretof. "P : and climmoati. A liberal allowance of Ivgjnge' alj ; ; 'luJt.s writtin *npgpptk
Silt
Crockciy [ and Fish I be nfTtred! for sale.October'JO .
,.; At'tbe' OLD STAND cf D. C. WILSOX, in then I Gass.ware. j to each passenger.I I : Pullie, Plumber Boxer, Iu'ginI' frI 1S55. 42 that be bthvi. s the LVr.u Ji/ln B. Scott. to b.
GROCERIES insolvent
ame, style aJ find of AND FRUIT. = I Shafting Spur Gearing Water and elm Pipe :
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i A gereral assortment of the above articles now I AGENTS : St"p C.ckt Gauge Cocks. Grate B.iiPlow Casting. ; Thertfcrc. ioth-e i is given to all persons having
cem i St'sarlloller?, Circular and Upright SAW : and ; Wines, Syrups, &c.I clan s avaiLs" s.ii.l Estate, to
H. B. Fitts & Co. ; ing iulo Store and offering atLOWEST j At Milton, J H. A. CHAFFIV.j : \11 appear and file the
j Geneva, Ala W. D. }fOROF. I GiKt li Gearing Circular and Upright 8a\. .ie_ I OLD Otard Brandy, S1'aikingt'ier! Came with tu! Ju.hjeof Probate i lrateful for the patronage bet ttot re exten i 3ea theme! I CASH PJilOES! I Campbelton, J. W. SMITH, etc, .te. eA rlJ'pt Il Hand, or jot np[ ('II Short Port, Old IVrt Jcirj. I before the :Hit day January mxt. "hs.i'there

they ass now better prepared aud determined to I TOR CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENTS : j Mariana W. i i Xlti< In Falt. lute if the Place C.rl that Want I Madeira, Brandy CLtnic*, 'nill be a pro-rat.t ditriliit.of: the lands t.fl.a 3,14

j I Chattahoochec, D. COLV UIIOL X. I Woik in this Line Done up Right Dispatch.: 'Shf'rn', Sardiui-s. to said Ks-tat*. nn'ng'-it the creditors thereof! at
,
SPARE SO PAINS i COUATItY l'UOOUCE, Passengers can be taken through with Having some halt a dozen Engine myself constant-. Sp.irklinir Gelatine, Preserved ( }ui ', i which time tie hud It. W. rclwaJlIt wiil;; anpjr (?

on their part to accommodvU all who may finer I II -OK- security, and with comfort cert'inl\ j II ly running, caused the Establishment to b erected t Flavoring Extracts, U lar Lit final discharge teen tin administration :.( .,..

theta with their patronage, I I Bn.kab1o GEO. D. FISHER, PropV. aud Con'r. I I the same cause must keep it up. 'hfl"t. you can : Yeast Powders, Tamarinds, Estate. ThOMAS J. CIIACE
Paper.I June 12 1858. 24tfTallahassee always rely on bating work done lt tle I Spanish Olives, Spices Judge cf Prolate.j _
Such AS I ( iElaa W. SCOTT.Srpf. II IROX WORKS. I Corn Staid Pi -klc", j July, 17. 1853. S9 tfciPlantation

Horte IS, 1853. 3S lrA/C.LL. I \r orcl'ltl'rshireUCt? Salad Oil, --
Shoeing, Ironing and Re. i
__ PLMTERS' HOTEL for Sale
: English }[Mustard Caper,
i
,
pairing Carriages and // fF\ 1
//$ j RICHAi5 J Hut Here Comes the Next Important Thing ,I Claret Cocoa SITU A TED in Columbia ( 'unt\. State of Florida

gics, Plantation work of \ ft MES & LIVELY.Januaty four miles Sonthof Ahi Jtor. It con*,.Uof

ercry description, ; IrLIIII L:1N. : .:! :t Fla.rPIIE jjj \ PAY PAY PAY i 5, 1S5*; four IumTrtiia;
t 'Mill Irons and repairing same, Ironing Wagons DAMASKS : There are all necessary Budding nn the place: a great
and Carts I ; & SUu CttlBEU would l'e pertful.iuoml ; You w ill send to New York Philadelphia nnd Baltimore I Livery and Sale Stall; : many other improTeinent l have been made,and 1. part

and iu fact other ; ONStIEItS of ItiHKixm: > s /;",?, and tl-ose -L his friend"and the puolii: encrJy. the '' and have work done, without f.r a moment of the land now in raltiration. Con.taut Water on

'Iron and Steel every l. all of which discriptioo of work hade of I desirous of obtaining the qrmitmWx, thuuld HOTEL will, ; on the f dreaming of credit, but her at home, where there are I 'I1l E undersigned i\'esIlQ' the Land for man and bea.-t. Good titles will bepn

ourselves we WAHR.\r> aDd pleje I 5.Ie that the articles th.-y purei.ac are sealed with aL.lI.knOII day August next. He invites tho ntten- I| no Bank.r Banking facilities, or surplus c:1pi:1l. you _1_ tice that he has nur- en. There is alto a Tract of good Hammock adjoining -
u to execute at the shortest notice. !i the full; nume of the firm, i i'ent( the public( to its | want J. :3, 4 and 5 years credit and Ultn require ;I eo C ? chased the Livery Stable of._ the name which, run be pun'basN.tnyor'

Feb. ISiS. II. 11. FITTS k CO j EIUIAKPMtf, SUSS A (.wm:". I Accommodation. I one to ride from 50 to 500 miles for pay and proba- j 'w ilium II. Xewrom,in Tallahassee,to tll.r with the willing to settle in this County would do well tc

27. ____. tt-Iy _- 1 n a guarantee of the tounducls.1 durability of the Facilities for their I j ji j bly ultimately up.n.1 f/ol 10 to 25 per cent of ,I good will of the establishment, and that 1 1\" is now give me a call, as I will g.;,e a bargain in my place
1 It iu the immediate of the niot dcslrable {
-" Good- being vicinity 1 I amount in ( Is this right! Is this cncour- prepared to carry on the business in all its hranche, Any information can be given, by addressing me at

United States Mail Line This>caution is rendered essentially necessary as :, business portion of the city, presents '!I i aging Home Industry ? tf so, cau ytfu be surprised I and promises the public with good accommodations 1 I Tustinoggee, P. O, Columbia county, East Florida

-rosi- large quantities of inferior antI defective Linens are I SllRIUOl INDUCEMENTS j I that it does not thrive ? I j iu his liue on reasonable terms. J C. II. \V. COLLINS--

NEW ORLEANS TO KEY WEST preparedf ":a'ou after scav., and. sealed with the 1 to the traveler! of business or pleasure and is unsurpassed I Arrangements must be made for raymfnt before RICHARD SAUN1JERS.Sep. June 19. 165S. 25_
name <>f Rid" .,. ,. ; I delivery of work through some House in this place I 6, 1855 36 1--
Irish Houses who '
I A N D- ," by regardless : in all its appointments for the enjoyment of : Not
Tallahassee that is far from -- ------ -- ce.
I of the i'jury thus inflicted : the ,' i Et.lark or enough
INTERMEDIATE PROIUD..ll'ORTS. consumer i inj the llikl'l'f "clIuiIeCetle Areril'U EASE AND COMFORT A THE LUXURY OF I Lomt. FULTON FOUNDRY7q I I O IX M.'ntli4 after date i shall present to the. tro,.

? CON1ECTFD WITH THESTEAMER \\n! no. readily<: allu.lol manufacu a erl buiicfs tIlt so p'urttable, I! GOOD .LIVING.Kr I You may bs good but we cannot run after our I O: Jude of Probate and for the county of Mid-

I 'while purcha-t can be on with Goods cf a ER.\TC. hard earnings in this Department. Besides, when I Ta11ahassoo: Fla.: lain my final account and vouchers, a* administrator
I ISABEL vroithlcss character. imrosr ( HIS TLR3IS are J I Labor is credited out parties try bard to make them- I 'HE UNDERSIGNED I leave to inform the 'I of the Estate op liickard harrison deceased an.'

rOR HA VAX* AD CIUELEBTOS AT KCT W5r.f J. BULLOCKE i J. B. LOCKE Agent. I C.: HOWARD FI IEt II aches believe it is nut hal done, because they owe I .1. public that they have beg associated themselves** i shall then apply for a final discharge from said admini..trati.n.

....-- :iJ; Church St., New Yoik. July 31, 1S58. :n-t( i for it under the and of I. HARRISON, Adint'x.Ma78 .
,
:: __ ___ .____ DANIEL LADD. I. name style 1853. 15>-6m
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18. I .
TilE Sept J: Sly
SOUThERN -- u -- -
I ; i SELECT SCHOOL &- -- DENTISTY.TH. j I .New Por ..ly H, 1857. 23i Cardy, Baya & Co., ; -Notice.---

SteamshipiomparjyOF I ; for Ole pui i'K>se of following the trade of Four..l HE SUBSCRIBER bc-z 1 leave to tit" cit- Lands for Sale. SIX
NEW 1 inri'rl UJ i }Machinist and are prepared to execute all kinds < f : arid vouchers to the Honorable Judge of
taken OULEVXS I IZefl4 of Talalm.s.t and I \it-mil!l.v'. 1'iut: the exer "\" ILL t."linut. in future, (! piac- ._r Andrew S. Gar and others, "j State eC Flori- woik appertaining to this business. Steam Engines I Probate fr Jjffcrson county as administrator ex
flVlNG the mail coutnct for above-> ftrt, ii-c of Ijia :CIOt II wil! b. on MONDAY! I 1 tuxof DENTISTRY, South, I ... j warranted i officio
and
i two first clas r"/lII1. / da Middle Circuit, furnished to order to give sp.tisfactit n. of the Estate of Xathuiial Folsom deceased: ,
Sec Strainers roi" larly'twica o the i Hi '.I.I\ofO'OBEn( next.The j Ge-Tii.i.i and Millie! ,nd East Houdr. I Lewis Curtis. Nathl. Thur.lon, }- Leon, County. I Sugar Mills and Castings of all kind trade wilh : and ask f,r a .Ii a month meeting in the wnish, Hole '? the I studies will embrace the Ancient Lanjjungeii.Mathematics. I He has had several practical experience in theprofession .
ye.n-
16th and j I ( the Apalachicola | Iu Chanctry.j I neatness aud dispatch. Plans and estimate furnished II. ANDREWS, late Sheriff andAdmt'r.
29lh and ,, ,
: .
leaxiug the cvcniii"-. S I.il.I.
arne in those
Students which
j .1turI V .fll.IElgii.h. the last three of has beets I
I and
Land tinda
I' Company, aud others. J of all Machinery Engineerrjng. They ex etli io.
THE STEAXJiX will In t.. nter His work is of tr-2 nifbt beauti- .
S/'IU'n Vlge. Hating sections .ifc.nintry. :
prllan',1 are also sole agents for Hoard it Sous Steam: Engines May I. 1S58. lS-6m
will leave New I had ,' it-nee in the subscn- Character :, 1)UISUAN1'is( Decree rendered in this cause, I j ___
Port in < and eatUfac.iou i is 1
the n* .rnin?, ndS*.. MirksteiCiinus tt-lcJilg. i ful and duralI.< : guaranteed JL for Ginning Cotton Grinding and Sawing, and lIal.risoo'8 I ------ --
the subscriber will sell
auction at the
l by places
/ on the ai rival of ttj Cars her hopes by energy zeal aud -e tt n1inl to the { in < Notice.SIX
irem T : ilstI l. Grist Mills for steam horse : .
1ld.ae\ every i>r pmver.
ee
"
ft mail duties of the f cliool-room, tu obtain hare of I Monticello.[ Flj. will and I ti nes herein specified all the lands belonging
taking paSi'ngers. baggage arj fr -. ; a jiib- All communications sent to JOSEPH CA' I
DY
t to aud I' to said embraced ia The Fvrlt Pttrrfuiff months after date I shall present my final ac
: from the S and I lic As compl> and tlK h lx.lucatiou I Company -
rou au -
attention
al.er, returning U-. fur n.ilruiiage. receive as soon previous engagementswill WILLIAM
I gCas- M the af- a ," and lying in the counties of Lern, Wnkulla, .BAYA. j and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate
I ternoon tram. can l h e obtained at this) school l as at any other I permit. .
The traveller I' institution in the State. ., I GadsJtn and Liberty, vis i : the lams lying in the JOHN C'IDY.May30 | for Jefferson county, as administrator of the Estate
1 desired and public can nv v rest, :- ',,-eJ ("let llliil To Gentlemen residing in the school first two named counties will be sold *t TALLAIHIREE ':7. 22-ly jETNA I of John R. IJhJcUedge late of said county, deeraaetl
long frequently "
alton'.y.tflfl, cumrnnnica.tlon ; I couutrtl I seventh of December and those -- and ask for a discharge from said administration.THOS. .
the ,
) day
on (7th
to and front thi .'.oovo offers more thou ordinary ilductml.ft as the *nbwriUr RCFEETXCKS : (
to warrant pe-raancny| ,a'jd ports ., in such ..iaod a designs piling the strictest atltention to Go\. ) S. PHRUV, I Ijim* in the la.-t two, will be !sold at Qrixcv, ou the / I I .O.ODER, AdnU'rMay
sncc [ Fo.iJa 15, 18iS. 20-6m
Passengers har!" M< the rjteinly and thorough advaocetnent of tioe! pu- J. L. ) fouiteenth ((14th) day of December next. __
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.Iave svxvante mn.t see to to ctHiinitn-i.il Jlo: S.W.UU Thcinasville, G a. These lauds comprising about a million of acres, I INSURANCE CONPANY !
>armg them aWvs Ou.lom T louse before pus .e.irinl t1.blr\ pursuits, bet P. E. LOVE. J) I I Notice.
going on I I
( exteud from the St. Marks to tile Apalachicola livers
board. tilt bting cheaper in rates: tluu silkx-l iu tUs W. S. )
t _. AIIII l lek t In CI.IUf.ciln with' the sdiool any a class fjrHOOKKEEPING lv \r. E. DIL"'OI't.IIAMILTOt; f Monticello. 1-1: ; they exhibit every vanity offtimbcr[ indigenous OF JI.UlTFOIlJ.J1 i "' "OTICE is hereby given that six months after
after your. Taggage youred J. .Iaee. I I to this latitude including,,f couise,live oak cypress, -L 1 date, application will be made! by the subscri-
for further Ho.\ J. C. McGllEC ) I
,
parts cull1r .'. Apply; to I! COL. B. C. POPE { Madison, Fla. I cedar and juniper; the soil i i" adapted to the growthof J1 Incorporated in 1M3.-(Charter Perpetual.CASH j; bers to the Ikn.Judge or F.robate .f Le.'n county

FiJ 41EL LADD Acent. I wi L oPnlJ and a thorough practical course tfj I Gtx. WUIT Fla I grain cotton-long and short staple, tobacco andsug.trcane. I for a final i'i,
New Port. Fla. Ju'\ 11. J -.n. 28 j study "il (I'Urle. Student in this bl\eh will 25 '57.1 SMITH 1*'Alligator, The waters abound fish, and the forest CAPITA-.,- 1,000,000. |I tratrix of the Estate of John Tatnm, deeuns e d.

t JI SULU110- I be required daily writt out b".ine!s transactions, 'I April- _. with materials for enip-oulldr: and tavs.1 Stores.TERMS i JOHN R. LLOYD. AJ<&:r
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I and by this me:1nl have the rare opportunity of b. P.I3.BzLOIiAW'S.LIVERY -" One-third of the purchase money to I ISSl'EE AGAlSsT U-- AND l'A>.ACE T.Y FlEE i PHOEBE II. LLOYD Admt'T.

ii OFPA PAl T N E R S HIP. i comiiig intimately acquainted with the practical 01) I be paid in cash, the balance in one and two years UN'TEUMS AOAPTEOTO THE IIAZAED, | Ma'2t.1S:&> 22-flm _ _
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eration well the of this subject
T I U E firm f A_ R. COMBS J: CO., is this day (lie.p as ts theory impoita'it I : AND SkL} STABLES, I in equal instalments, with eight per cent interest AND CONSISTENT WITH THE LAWS 1- Noticed
wired from date of titUs be I _
.b'l' jjutnal consent The bu incss will FLORIDA. purchase ; to made by the Receiver OF CO.MrE"'SATloN.
a'e eOn iticuctf TEEMS : T.-LLAIASSEE, when all the purchase money is paid." I months after fate shall present my final u-
D. LHWIS:
.ty-R.I c WILLIAMS, who is alone C. Asent, SIX
,. authoriaed to rattle the affairs of the firm. Ancient Languages. Mathematics, : and higher t !1 'JUE| Proprrctsr would in. I The sale will be positive and without resene.I For Tallahassc and-vicinity 'urt and, vouchers to the lion. Judge of Pro
bianclu-,. of Englitfh including Bookkeeping : JL form his fr'cnds and the I JOHN BEARD, Receiver, .fic.I j bate (>JcKcron county a" administrator eX-CIt1i'i

p A.U. WILLIAMS.Il COMBS. per session of 5 months . 17 50 : public, that he has rebuilt his, _ I Tallahassee August 23, 185S. 33 I i I _August_ ,. 1SS7. __ 33 _ I (.f the Estate fteu\\ \ Wade, late of raid county, deceased -

0 JLhy H' 1853. j Primary Branches.. ." ... ..... 10 t'O' I argc Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is now i I The following papers are requested to p-iblish The Original Extra Quality : ami ak for a Ilit'brgfrum said a'huiir.str&-
to accommodate Irs friends and customers i tion. W.l. II. ANDREWS, late sheriff and
I prepared
week I
1 I PAYABLE HALF IX AD".SCF I the foregoing once a until the 7lh day of December -
.11' He also has attached to h" Stables, Black administrator ofE,
a ex:
prtons indebted to the late firm of A. R. D. B. CLAYTON. good next and scud bills to the Rt'Ceiver.nt.- I CORN STARCH. n.
'Com' smith Shop.here he will haVe have done all kinds( June 5,1833. 3-Gm
cc 7 te A Co, for the year 1855 56, and 1857, cithI I Any informition required can be obtained by application ) Plantation Horse shocineaud in gomery Advertiser and Confederation ; Columbus I PREPARED expressly for Puddings, Tee Cream, -- __ _w

ar oy note or account, are requested to come forward to the subscriber at his re-iJence or at the I II the best manner and Carriagework and di,. I Times & Sentinal; Macon Telegraph; Augusta Constitutional I JL Cakes, Dance Mange, Custards Pica, Porrige., ---Not ce.-'u-
.d settk immediately R. C. WILLIAMS. I I Store of Col. R. H. BLRBV. I very i promptness !!" ; Sat'lInnah.Oeorgil.n and Republican Ac. Received fresh by AMES A LIVELY.
patch. OIX months after date, I shall final
July 17. 18h8.3m [Sentcory.Va1uab1iP1antation. 4,1858. SoExecutors' Charleston j Mercury and Courier ; Wilmington Jour I present my
I _Sept___ __ __ h ___ November 5.1. R5 44 nal : Rflei.tb Standard ; Richmond Enquirer; Talla- I Oet. 1,1857. 42 I, O account aiul vouchers to the Hon. Jui'pe i>f Probate
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I and Harness I ha lee Sentinel ; Newport limes ; Quiney Republic - - -- ----- of Leon county, a/ adminitrat of the Estate
Sale. Carriages, Buggies, I
i Florida of Riclc.rd R late of faul count, deceased anilak
I IFOR I ; Columbia South Carolinian, and New York Reports. | tan.
FOR SALE !
I for Sale I P. B. roka j for from said administration.{
by w. a cuselurge
I 1 17"ILL be old in T llaha'8ee on the first Monday Journal( Commerte-
the of bringing their joint interest ; /COMPLETE in 6 volumes.
:
purpose ---- | Eo G C.RISSETF, Adrllt'r.Jun"
a close, the undersigned otfers fur sale tin ir i f T lit ITteeeniberif not disposed of sooner at private I r|"HE Subscriber has just received a SCHEDULE OF TRAINS i \.J McDOlrOALL d HOBBY. 'I ''. J8H6111
sale 1 the valuable PLANTATION !
Plantation, known as Vtani'c.v. situated about nine t ,) formerly I JL very large supply of Carriages, 0- THF.FLORIDA ; Sept 5, 1M' COBlacksmith -- ------

miles East <'( Tallahassee, and lying between the owned by Judge John Wbitd..all I is 5itualet on. Buggies, and Harness, which he otters RAIL ROAD. -- -- - --- ---- -- : Notice.
Lake tTitcksiin six
f'f'ilSa Georgia a,1 l St. Marks it l',n.-hall/l't "I mil1 fr.m fe. contains 'I for sale on the mott reasonable terms. : and months after the first publication of this no
hammock land. ,
rJwiut 1500 in
lih
Ua.ilrolIli1ithin five miles nfrither mini ami containing I ncrf! ((11 ) a November 18, 1854. 46 SIX .
the undfrs'iKnrd lmini trator of the K*
I IcleareJ. state .-f cultivation. ofa tm&a a<
consisting I
improvements -- f lloere taitifiMtnt.i
920 acre. or there ab..utllt'O< of which are hou-T. Overseer bouie, cabins for 100 -. -,'. ,-- u __, Hhotiny tale nf John Burgdorff deceased late eiLeen emin-
The land are a* gmt aa in the ronn I d'elln iiegroe Valuable Lands I C "Ill SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform the, ,
any house etc. and in ] 1 ty will i resent his final account tn the Jud.e of Probate -
try, the location healthy and the water the: best this : gin are (11Jl buildings good LEAVES FERXANDJNA DAILY, I citizen of Tullahaf.!ee ted vicinity bat IIENJIVhiICi4 of Leon iouuty and III..1t to be disrhirgrd.
address
further
side of the mountain. Upon the premises i it a I orlcr. I"or J. R. WHITEHEAD particular Berzelii. Ga. (_ XL.\1 TALLAIIASSJJi:,) FOR SALE; (SUNDA r.V EXC fl'1'E/J.) wilt carry on thaBLACKSMITH JOHN 11. REICHKRT. Adml'r.May .

GOOD BRICK lt\\'ELLIXG.' \\ I T. JL I1ERHIEN, I I N p'ursuanc of a.decree of the H"n. J. Way les ON) arrival Steamers from Charleston and Sivann.ih j KUSINESS 9. 1838. 22-6mi

three stories high and containing thirteen e room I C. C.WEST. Baker. Judge <>f the Middle Circuit of Florida! in connecting at C.lll than with Stage for ------- -
The out house are of Brick and built in the moot I Eucutor, {J. ''K. Chancery titling will be sold on the first Monday, Trader's Hill allot Ci-ntrettlle, Ga ; at Baldwin with I in all its various blanche, and is prepared to execute Notice.

substantial ninirr. We will a-> sell with the place. T. M. WHITEIEAD., ,, being the eixth day' of Doermber. next at the Court Stage for T.dUu"!ee ; at Tiail ritlre 'with Stage i I all orders! with neatness and tiispakh. His work i I i Months after the fillot cbicai! : of this IM

Corn. ").: 50 bead of ntock catllt*. the came number I 26, 1858. 30-tiJs i h'Viee in 1'alabue. the f*JIon ing laud*, belonging to I for MidiUeburg; and al SI.u'e with Stages fcr Newnin i will be warranted to be equal to that of any ether' ) SIX ', the undersigned .,Iffii.i-tnat"r of the }L.!*

of hogn, with a few bloo-'ed! cattle of the Du,ham : SfpI .. ---- -. ---- .- -- -- ':I the F.\ e Honrv B. Bradford deceased (Coittain.I : 'ville, Jainsvill, MioaiH'py, Flemiugtoo, aud j Blacksmith here or elsewhere, and will guarantee i i of And nio D'ltolo! d..tf'allt, late "f I. ci'imlj"
breed. Notice."TOTICE 'I: ing eleven hundred and ten acre more or I lees) coin- ; Oc'I'.1a. satisfaction! in every JOlt will present lii< final lu-count and v.-i(. ."* In tie

TEBMS.-One-thirJ. cash, the balance on a credit of pi i ising some of the mOt valuable cotton lands inI : LEAVE Starke daily.Similes' ( excepted.) c-n arrival HORSE ShORING, Repairing and Ironing Judge f.r Probate of said county and nk t.. !.* wcliarsred.

1,2 and 3 years the purchaser giving notes drawing I II is hereby given that application "iI>e I I Leon county, to-wit : I ot Staije. aol connecting at Fl'rnanlilll"ilb I I O( I all Vehicles plantation work, and all other i I R.' "fTSE. Ad."..

8 per cent. iutcrort. with two good securities and I J." nmde to the next General Assembly I}: South J of SV J Sec. 31, Town. 2, U. 1, N and Steamers for Savannah and Charleston, on Monday, I branches appertaining to his business :I! June 10, 1833. 25-6m

'WIth mortgage on the 'l'ty. Persons iahiug topurchase State of Florida for a Charter to build a Iti Road I S W lOtS E i } Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. will receive careful and prompt atten -- --

will r>Ica!e apply to either of ua.T.RCHAIRE3. from some point on the St Johns rt"er. or near I I W i C, Town. 1, R. I A. H. COLE;, Sup't.Mavl.1S58. tion. R. II. BERRY, i -Notice. -

Luke' Haruey to some poiut on In 3 W i of SEt IS ---Feb._ 13,1853.-- --------- -Asent.- Months from the first publication' thi notice
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C. POWELL CIIAIRE3. September! 18, 1S58. 38-3m 7 I SIX
I North iofNKi VALUAIJLE" undersigued will exhibit lie final aec'ui-t
Pure Zinc White
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0.*. 2. 1858. -3nl __ __ I -- North 8, ; 1 I and vouchers as administrator .f tl. .Estate of J r i

----ForSale: Plantation &c. for Sale i j jJ 8Et Cotton Plantation (GROUND in prepared LINSEED OIL ) ,%v. Argyle, deeea* sd. late of Leon iw rity. tn lh-
All of East 4 of S W 4, of Sec. S. Town. 1, Range 1. OF&SOO .tuEs. in JEFFERPOKCO., FLA, I t Honorable Judge of Probate ofLtfsut'Iati4 la.k

t A HOUSE and two Lots, numbered 42- and I OFFER for nIt my PLANTATION tilutflS j; N and K, lying Last of Thomasvillc Road, ((70 acres I TOUKTJIER viit; 118 SLATES I THERE- "TE have just received a fresh supply of this new 1 to be discharged. f. .. -.
of the whereon miles eaht fr in IIambridg, containing acres tess. I' and beautiful White, dire.t from the inanufactory. t lS AdmtrI .
46, in the original Plan City iO more ot ) OX l.'L UfLVG } ./- I B. C.tft"
is J of laud, SOO under There are also The above lands lie in the immediate I ARMING and offer it to the public with cost perfect
the subscriber now resides. The hou'e < I iUlr"lnlut .up- neighborhood 1'I JIEXlW/,. TOCK, May 22. 1858.. 21-6nj __ .
all the which
tably! situated f.r a small family with kitchen &nd o the premises a frimcd dwtl-I of Tallahassee extending from the Thumasville to &(-.. 'FOR SALK. confidence as possessing qualities render :I --- ---- '
a good well of water. 1'ofiM-eston given immediate t tI ling Jiou"e. 1 good well of water :gin bou"e and i the Meridi.ui road and ,'i be sold either in I I', a paint moat Ikira!e. viz : Its inccmjarabU Notice.:
SUBSCRIBERS anxious to effect
being a I of Color from all
I Price low and other buildings suitable for a i 1 in tract eeem most agreeable to i 1-'HE brilliancy ,frtedina poinouom qnalitie of this notice-
ly. fur cash. Enquire of Theodore I crew negro out or separate as may above I! month B from the fir-t publicatTon
Ball iI ) ofthteirjoint lropcrtv.II'ated as : the health of tbe workmen SIX
*-1"rtrj"ing or
the of the above : SllO bu h : Will !
the list
or uodernigne-L NANCY plantation description. ,, pnchtascrs. I undersigned Executrix of an.
: have concluded to offer the same at private F:11e.- i of i
S I eU cattle Is.s. 2 mules, I of and cash. the balance on credit inmate newly painted apartlllen't&-its durability i k deceased late of lAm
pl2S. 1858. 9Eecutor'Ssai com, yoke ..xel TFISOaetbird a The Estate contains about 4500 acres, which can be I testament i f Daniel l L, It-.u' ,
the and its
-- a cirt Also, a variety of 4iou e hold and kitchen I of one, tw"0 and' three years, the purchaser to give in most exposed situations great superiority county will: prtwut her /final account to the Judge
divided into size ,
2 3 tracts
or ample according to Lead all the
White in various which
to uses to
i I
t (uuiture. At the same time will be offered for hire I notes with ;>rv * ap [ the views of buyers. The lands are equal in valueto the latter has heretofore been appli ed. For tale by I
I 6 The above if not previously disposed j a on the land, and to I n'S.\NNAl1110UCK. Exfx.
IN J. Way 1t1 negroc" property *, together ": 1 mortgage similar lands in that State. Decides the lands AMES fc LIVELY. j i
Baker. Judge c Circuit Court of the Middle j of wi be sold at public endue on the first I pay for title deeds. | there are 118 slaves, and the usual quantity of mules, ; July 3, 1858. 27- n>

Circuit of Florida, the undersigned Executor of the I I Monday January, 1859 at said place. Any person Persons desirous of purchasing "11 b shown the I 1 horses, hogs, cattle corn, fodder, :. We invite proj j --April 3,_1858.._ 14 I- --- Notice.SIX ---- -
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last Will and Testament Thomas wishing purchase the can obtain Lawrence, .
Henry Aveiitt, I t lo'e. necessary land either by the undenngnc posale for the ivho'e property in gross but we will I MILES NASH & CO.
dea&e ,'ileU O>e following real Estate at pub' by emm.I with. the subscriber, j jrtgidetit I the overseer on the premises. sell the lands in such parcels a" buyers may select I months after the first publication of this no-

to tle bidder before the Cur j'I at the above plitnlation. I JUNIUS 1 TAYLOR, Special Master.{ I after viewing them. The slaves would be sold withor I Dealers Drugs, Medicines, &c. '.the 1Indlnim..1 adipmiotrator of the Elate
I It MARY STAFfORD. I Bittdford. will his final
house door iu on 11, 1858. 37 of Henry B. decra3.rl present
TaUahee. Sept. without the lands be but
1 t frat as might agreed on
I Decatur 1 8 1 83*. 38-tf ; I TUST received from New Verb beik R.H.Oamfj of Probate of Leon
t December : N J the E $ of I Sept cannot be given until the end of this i per I account and apply la the Judge
---- -- -------------- -- 'I possession year ble general Assortment of tides i line adminwtratiooof
_ the S E LoTec.24is Town. 1, Range 2, Nan E; Oak: & Hickory Spokes. the cotton cannot be secured tillthattirne. [ a ar ] our county for a discbarg from hi*
I growing
and the W i of the N W 4 of See. 13, in Township James D. Galbraith I' as crop i such as Oils of almost every kind, B ft i>g Fluic, i E.Ute. EDW. F.D BRADFORD. Admt'r.I .

I. Range 3, Nand E. ctaiuin 320 acres more or ,, I I I"l1E undersigned] i give notice Carriage makers, In the absence of the undersigned, E. C. Cabell, ;, White Lead Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of I Jnn 51858. 25-6m _ _
len lying and being county of Leon and I Land: ycx' _1 Planters, ile. that they are now engaged in before the first best quality, Putty, Brushes. Potash Soda Sparkling I -- -- ---

Stte of Florida. te AND PLATS OF FARMS, Ac executed Manufacturing Watrgon and Carriage Spokes bv Machinery [ who will return and from Europe then on be or communicated withat Gelatin,London Mustard, French B randy(very best,) Notice.
I
TERlSne thousand dollars of tbe purchase I MAPS n< ], at Gov. Call's Steam Mill at the Tallahassee December next, Florida can be madeto for medicinal purposes, Spices, Pepixer. Lemon Syrup, j monthscft.r it n *\rtui\: ft this no- .

money to tile of sale, and the balance iu 1, 2 I OFFICE opposite ate Court-house, in building occuI I Railroad Dlpt.ud will keep every variety I Tallahasseee.his II. C. Cabell., applications Messrs.may Godden Inks,Quinine. Peruvian Bark.Flu,] Extract Buchu.tc j I >SIX .. the ui,drr i isjw, .i ,u>..lr"lnJt.51' the Estate -
brother or
And 3 years with 8 per eent. interest. pid by Long .t Galbraith. | of seasoned Oak constantly on hand, Va.Esq. j Ac, and a general assortment of Poprta Patent |I of Fletcher Whitak.T .Ire, sisal, l late i>f Leon
I JESSE Ext'r.Oct.9 11. 853. which they such terms as to make it an J Appeiron, of Richmond i( Medicines. We keep DODO but the Ter beat and will pre-eot I her account to the Judge of
AVERI. Sep _ -y |! wi "1 0 Persons disposed to purchase either the lands or I I county
1858. object to all purchase from them. The followingis hope to merit your t Probate of wU county an.1 ak tb discharged.
Mr. G. F. patronage.MILES
examine them
11 POST & MEL j the scale of cash prices delivered at the Factory slaves can by calling on : yASH. CO. SARAH WHITAKEK, Adint'x.
Morris, the manager of this estate who will take i
Notice.ALL i Buggy Spokes per thousand..4 cents each, pleasure in showing them, and will give any further ', March 29,1856 ISBOOKBINDING S pt. 1 J. J858. _J1-3'R-
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COMMISSION MERCHANTS sett .. ... ..5 information in his po"er. f: C. CA DELL I Notice.o
persons indebted to the Estate of potwo I Carriage and 1 hors "Waggon ILC.CABELLSept. .

KDigLt deeae late of Leon !, 61 Foyilra Slrtcl.NE" per tbusand. ... .. .SpkE 5i 11, 1853. 37-3m UNDERSIGN IS NOW months afler the first publication or this DOtice.
r ueted payment to the undersigned L. Carriage bore Waggon Spokes rpnE JL I p.3 tire uo.JereignPl1 administratrix or the Estate
_ admiuuttratoi ; and those having claims against I ---JUst-Received PREPARED WITH I IIf Rn.John Wesley RhodH. d tas..J. late oC Jet-

raid Ettf are requested to present them duly au REFER TO 4 prltt..6.i and for sale the undersigned, afresh TOOLS AND /ffljfe )!ATKRIALSFORBOOK1ff erson county, will present her final account and
within the law this Tliomas J Perkins 1 Tallahassee' Fla.I. WagonSp"ktll STORE by I to" Probate of said in l
el tiie prescribed by ,or I Messrs. Co, 4 "setL..7 IN of DRUGS and CHEMICALS of I I fvoodiers the Judge of county
notice will be plead in bar of their recn' ry. It is I R. Harris A Co., Quincy" 6 boree" thousand.7 supply few- BINDING l ask fir a discharge.

ac endorser whether alreadyclue Beard k St. :Marks. 10 ozs. Bebeerioe. 5 oza.lod.Ammonia, citizens of Tallahassee and Hi 36SmI
o paper De.lam. As this is something new in Florida, we hope to suronDoing country. i
or running to maturity will promptly make it Mr.James Filr, KeyVest, be liberally Call sail see at 10 Santonine, 6 Sulphur I Shop U in the Brick office formerly xopied by Dr. Sr.t.4.Notice.
known. KNIGHT, Admt'r. McNaught Ormond, Atlanta, proif speme 15 Chinoidine. 10" Nit Silver, : I .
LI Mfsrs < Ge. Mr. Kcln's Carriage in Tails LI/e' Call, opposite the Episcopal Chnrth. He is a practical
Oct. 9, 1858. J. N. McKinnon k Co. Thomasville, SCHNEIDER CO. 12 Cinchona Sulph, 10 Ext Menesia ', Binder, and feels sure that W can do wort as I Months after the fleet p iblication of this not -

( August 14, 1858. 33-1 y July 10, 1SSS. S3 d 25 Morphia"' 2. Elatenum well and as cheap as it can be d.oe elsewhere. f SIX ., the undersigned, will prevent Li. final ae-
U. 8 Marshal's Sale. 25 Act, 12" Citlron, CHARLES FINDEISEN. count antI Touchers as administrator of the .t.at
i
Hand 20 Piperine, 40 ex Quinine IT 1658. Sent Thomas II. ATMitf. deceased late of Leon county I
( James Tucker, Ltbeat! ( Always on ITEW CARRIAGE SHOP. I B Strychnine 5 Veratria, July 29-ly [ fir copy.CHEAP J I ol
and aik for a discharge.
Salvage, Ot I A LAltOE STOCK OF GROCERIES 8 Ibs. Phospnte of Am- 15 Ibs.Sulph Ether I JESSE AVERITT Ext'r.
t. In Admiralty. -tJL consisting of- '1"HE nndertignea begs leave to iDor the cit monia 50 ** Chloroform. GROO 40-6in _

I. Brig Etwan A. Loud. Bacon Sides, Pork, JL tens ofTaUabae and viocinity that he ba 10 Ibs. 100 Potash, to" Glycerine, (pure) THE SUBSCRIBER on and after the 1st October Pet. 2. 1858.

; ture, .apparel and funi'J Shoulders, I flour, opened a carriage shop in this place joining 2 casks Rock Potash will confine himself exclusively to the Notice.

el Brokaw's Livery Stablest ALSO AUCTION T accordance wiUi order from the United Slates Hams,
9 _
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SULPH I JJames intends making auI
a SOO deceased
A District Court, for. the Northern District of FlotiJa and all other articles pertaining to the GROCERY in the building formerly occupied by J. L. Groner QUININE when Ins best talents will be used to promote the B. Heard efFr.bste. 1ft
to uie I will sellat Cedar Key Florida, I bus-new.: KNIGHT SHINE. where h.is prepared to do all tinds of work iu his Warranted pure, and which we off-r low for CASH. otrrett of those entrusting propert to his ehAr[ I phevion to Tboous J. Clwce. Judge the 25th day of
direte. I notice and (the most AMES & LIVELY. He BOW offers his STOCK at reduced price and Fir Jefferson county, Florida, oo
Friday October, the brig EJtrard A. 29, 185S. S3 line, at the shortest on present described real
0 &e : NoTcra.ber uext, to .ll the following
t AUgt 31 close. R. H.
to BERRY. f
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Jjm4. as now lies, and her tc1c apparel andfumitur. REASONABLE TERMS, Jnly31:83S. Auction and Commission Merchant.&cpL4.185S. I Estate. via: Lot No. 1. in the Eastern addition of

Also one oe gold watch, and i the Town of Montic ll i it keintf the rlaee of residence
i <
such carriage painting making \
new 36
eh:1ttl. ete and two chests and one trunk of cohin. Notce. buggies A and wagons, aDd all tnmmn Seed Seed, Seed of said deceased, at the time of his death.
The brig Edward A. Loud ,lies at AdmL'r.IOcr.
miles from Cedar Keys and U is the opinion present abut I i The uadervgned isprepared t do this kind oC FORFALL PLANTING. 1 Bricklaying & Plastering. I i l.T. LI GO. .
l 23.1858. <-* .
< judges that she can got afloat with b tl littletrouble t APPLICATION will be made t the wit Legit I done wok at u the well North.and io the latest tte. u. it cia b I Greco GLue.i Drumhead UNDERSIGNED begw!eare to rof.nn the Liver oil.

and expense. Terms Cash in tpeci latne of Florida, for a r lora RUTABAGA. I j Cabbage. co THE Jefferson county end Ute surrounding Br..r.It..
th ttte cut AH those hare this kind of work to do, and oC eelemh.d"!
Marshal E. K. BLACKBURN.U.S. N. D of Rail Road Got City* i the .. tbe wish it done wh a manner that will not fail to giveatUCiclion Flat Dutch Turnip, | country, that be i 3. prepared to dd any kind of 'Work FRESU &Clark PURE. Co. d e RuahtOD'
Florda. Bait Harbor of the the abort line of butioees reasonable tenn ,
.rebi trth et acrid well to call Just received and for ache brAMES in on AKES &LIVELY
eva WM. ROT d O For sale by
E pt. citherof te Oerti Une WJJ. KUIINS. 4 LIYELY. JOSEPHaTAYLOR.MantKtlk .
OtlerJ5, 1$:S. .: Tallahassee, August t '. July It'. 1S5S. 28 July .17, 1S53. 59 ; >. Sept. 18,155 8?-lm Aptithi54. 14



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