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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 13, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY .FOXES & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLA.NOVEMgER 13, 1858. VOL. X-NO. 46.


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professional ([ rb5.MILES profrssianol[ 1 anb Business, (Carts. The Postmaster General at Home. I II fully vincikatedznafnst the tnarge; of inordi. i! remained a savage-; where. he has labors i I The Cotta Crop.

-- _h_ .__ state lust after power and .fOlllini n. She will most, he has risen highest in the.scale of his ,
Tho New York
Journal of Ccirmerce
-- his
i RECENT Address delircred at thf fifth Annual Pair'1< i not only &tm.liuIlclh'Cl; against the charg c physical, moral, and intellectn.il *ing. Ii If I '

NASH & CO.. | the Tennessee Si tie Aimcvltural. Hure.n,, of aggression, but she: will stand out foremosj ;i (nl angel with his flaming sword" drove Adam : the followingmi!! the all-absorbing topic in

UKALEK8.: IN -ANI- October 12, 1 s.">S % lion A. 7//vrn. j among the nations of the! earth, as having ; fiom lus Eden, another angel though dU: commercial circles: '

., IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. i I thank you, gentlemen for that kind in\i j clone more than any of them in promoting : guised in the humble form of labor, will gent [: The beautiful weathrrinSVpten bed(\hil1
DRFGS. &5@* PA IMS:; I tation which has confrrntl the honor the of mankind the '! I lead hi-
on me ; good by cncouragenieiilJ ly : telt'tbnt back to their native m' rti] has been (seer from stones of winder

Iff DR. icv;;sOF I and hapj-iness of being present with! yen to- J of agriculture! and its dependent! arts and i: paradise. at progress they Iinvii | lain than any similar period a! the South for'

MEUICINES t OILS this city ha" introduced into his practice the r (lily ; and especially do I tlian ycu, my (t'l. sciences These are the solid foundations on i already made in that celestial! and glorious : many years) has not only matcred the crop

rceeiil aud important d !'c< \ of the low-citizens, for tin cordial wind which must' be built the and direction. Look backward I dark
inform tUeir riends aud the public erjr applica: reception i! happiness pros. to the aizets J j rapidly, but h.ii enabled the philters! to make
WOULD,ive on liAii.l a &:'....1 .i"ttmetit ofiucamdm two of the I' }ou' ha\e just CAteiulod to me. 1 pei ity of cr)' people. Let England have it, of man's existence, when he was a mere bar I: rapid I progress in The rust bin-

is are generally l"ept ill tKtr line of businert KLKCTHO MAGNETIC MACHINE, I return full of gratitule-ne\'er.dJil1f1' gratitnde if she \ll., that she possesses the largest fleet barian. Look at him: now, how lot' and ;1 I jurt-d the grate th picking. districts, and the

1)11 I will he receiving rvuliuIv-. fiesb ruppliee. TLcienu l>y which nie.ms! a current electricity is passed j -.- .lilr all tho kindness, personal, social i:i that sails or steams on the ocean let France I Ii majestic he stands with all his templo* dedicated oveiflow out 'JOO.OOO hales
lull be reasonable.T.tll.iha thtongli the uiutli at the time of extr Irof'lt.vbe
cling pro.la
ee. April tth 1853- lj. ting a local Anefctlx,!,;a, and co avoid the use of : and political which, through a long lift, 301 i truly boast that she has the Let appointed i to learning and piety, and! good govern I but the remaining 3 now am 9t aidej -

CHLOROFORM OR ETHER i have ne\er !Rifled to bestow upon 1It(. I return I and disciplined army in the world ; let Russia I racist around jiin.; Once a savage, row a!I- i j pendent of tllt'Ul'Sliol of frost, and is: set

Dr. IUilesH..1fash: lie.!)as applied it in a number of cases with jntiPUOWJ. I to mingle in no political contest 'hereearls e\ult) her battlemen's and towers that most a God. I; down generally at about 3,300.000 bales -

OFFERS HH rCOHi-vJIOVALHFRVIf-RTO:: TilE CITIZEIkS; Ol All ft-jrce: that they experience little or I party is struggling for ascendanty and : fiown defiance to all Europe-but let it be I Be not startled at the boldness rf these I The picbhg several woeks (say one month jearlir

TALLAHASSEE: AND*lIl'all"I''DIMcOtTa PAIS Iii the extraction. power hut to witness, with joy, your con I the pride and glory of America to have done words. The grandeur of what man has a- I than usual, nnl this will brillpm in-

OFFICE with Dr. M. li.iuimediately t'altoftbe __:J.lv 10 !P5: *. 28-Sm I II I II tinned zeal and progress in the most ancimt,, more to promote the happiness and prosperityof : I ready done and! is now achieving must pit-ad : created quantity into market a' an early dateIf -

fi"e. I I --- -- ----=-- I useful and! bonoralde profession' ever followed the general masses of mankind than ary apologetic for.the :apparent impiety. He has any of cur readers have not calculated; for'

May: 19_._1855. 20MEDICAL : B. A. FAHNESTOCK'SVERMIFUGE by man-the profession of agriculture.Four I n*r;""-% ,,f thA' Old World : ,11 bv the establishment I scanned tho heavens and almost numbered! themselves: the value of this crot a ten fig-
ffrm ..i!
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I years :ago when as-isting: my 1el10v.citizens '! of a just and equal of representative Inc Mm9. litHM penny stolen if"j -I .
XOTIfE. I lightnings, and sent them over the fand and surprise them. If we take a1YbOOti: lial-s
the lawful
acquisition -
I of Etst'nnessl'e to inaugurate !thcii government : more by I
first annual fir I proclaimed that the spirit I of territory, best suited to furnishing through the deco! waters, to convey) his I as the prohibit; crop, and $i& the &tit

Drs. Robertson BondHAVIXO : I II which animated. that largo them with the most abundant, and even f"c- thoughts and wishes around the world. He average to thbIIE. and (ec'nsioVrfog that
ioiwcFtM assemhlJ-the
: f .ns.I l M c i pIIII1.r: l.ip in the piaclic I A Bin AID BUM anriDT fopil it that had animated the seven or eight gant, subsistence : more, by the encouragement I lies laid hold on another of the elements, and quality said to be better! than' usnal),U we

) |pr..r'1'i'I'on, ottrr theiri'k-ea to 'le cit, I : thousand at Nashville and (;Jallatinon of manufactures and the mechanic arts despatched his huge fehips in a iVvv days over I assume 12} cents as. the! average pricer \vs
izcu. of r.,!Uli.i.fciami I I IS CHILDREN AND ADULTS INCLUDING. persons
> ftiiiDiuii.liiig country. I I the widest He has levelled the mountain shall have as the tofil value of the new crop
OJice: the store laid J I by l cttn TAPE : simi'ar occ\slons-ga\'c unerring assu. essential to thur comfort and convenience : oceans
< ;
:?f over o.clIJk > WORM !
bundled and
in round !
of the earth that his two twenty.
all the impeded pathway,
classes of mJcrs.
diffusion
the !
t lII I..'* I : rance of a triumphant victory ob more, by among
l\h. 58. '579-tf I j ETAIL PRICE, 25 CIS.i I stacI. overetery blessings' of a sound, thorough education, indastiial I II and brought forth from their deep and bidden I s.'veti. milon dolus. This is i to all intent
-- i MErAKU AID BOLD BT THi tott prvprUtort I. I the rich treasures d. ai.d over above the consumption -
recesses they ptirpnsi'3 /Ul
Let cOIlin
--TI'A1f N lif1fr) I I B. A. FAHSESTOCK A Co., l Pittsburgh P.,, In the next year, I had the honor of meeting moral rrd intellectual. my In the of man's civilization asstlprogress ,.f the cotton growing States,lind is only
.. I and I to majesty
I A" D f Philadelphia. P I II ftllow-i-iti/ens of the western ditiict, country excel in these, am willing
WILL COWlM'E: TIIK I B. A. FAUNESTOCK, HULL A Co.,New-York Cit;, Jackson my their concede to other nations all the p"inp and the earth, the seas, and the winds, I Stint vvliii-h they will have to sell, or to ex
at at annual exhibition i
DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS I :WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,51 l CUFF ST i J of that }ear. Looking great over the \ast a!'vnibly circumstances glorious war." all stand subdued and conquert by his hires.Cli'C change fur tlu-r ,produce and manuf"cturt.

J3f AT TIE OLD STAM>. PIOS ,jj3 Buy of respectable dealers only! j i and gazing on the noble/ specimens cf agricultural i Of course I have! no opportunity to( discuss and power ; and lJw animating is the ; If the price named be reckoned too math(
Examine the Inltlali of the be the .. reflection, that in all this improvement we shall find that won at ten CEnts pr pound
Dame to sure you ret production I could not withhold! the i these great elements of national pro pet t.' my countrymen I
'...!!.11Z.V!Genaa.. ----B--A. FABXBTOCK'- ViiMirroiMv exclamation, Fortunate I Happy I Each: of them i is itself thet.ie too vart for and progress: America our youn. I the tofu value \\'.,uld be 8 181,. 00,000 and
OF THE MORTAR, -- country the As agriculture i is the and vigorous America, holds so proud a pre. this: is an article which vriil certainly bewanted
people! In all this who does not hail this. pit-sent occasion. I
AII'A=', Lii.L\ Her glorious! form of and which command a ready sale
I shall! governmentstretching
future of T nnl'S"l'r! ;... does foundation on which tln'yaU rest, confine elinp'.rl.
greatness
Sc>I"- Aeuts for Tallahassee..April like the rainbow of and of in all the principal markets of the worlJ.StI:1 .
Corne-of Clmtrtn ami Monroe 8tr tt!!. !!see.January 10. 185?. 15-ly I, not sro the hand cf a w["e and overruling myM'lf to that subject. hope
19. 185ft 3 I shall! lecture tho details of promise from ocean to ocean, gives shelter -
--- -- -- -- -- --- PrO\jdene, beckoning her\ onward to the I attempt no on
--- !1iD1CAL 1\OTrcC'--- ilIEUIC'AL AOTICU. I very highest destiny among her sister: Statesof practical farming. The vast and varied exliiliition and protection to nearly thirty millions of the EDETbe sammer baa entJThe !

shows that that sons and daughters of freedom. Her luxu north wind softly whispers that another
before on
-e 0 e.- the l1'lIion ?l"If ns clearly
*. rr.r.LKH. ,. . . .j. ('. KITES.Dfs Dr. Wm, F. Shine, these were my senitimcnts and opinionsat subject I should he your pupil, not jour in, riant'alp) s, reposing in every climate" yield I season i is: coming, and the deep rich mellow

: OtrCCS HIS I-UOFfhMONAL ,SfEVIC TO TliC PUBLIC. (the rrl'nillgd.. WII of this great enterprise, structor. The farmer is: here, my instructor superabundance every fruit and grain tutl.d; I light of the evening fun reminds us that autumn .
Peeler & Bates, OFfICE adjoining that of L'rs Gamble
HAVING a"*tCitt..1 l tlnmelvf\ :'* ill the. practice 8, lbSS. 19Iyl1EDLCAL1P'1ICL. I you emotions may on r*!'tun once more to Tennessee The manufacturer:: i is here, my instructor in teeming with ores and! precious metals, 1 her eheniMn! is slowly working, which shall
and tf offer h my ng I
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Sur/ery.: rr"pe< IIy I his I wrought and costly fabrics.- give employment to millions of artisans and change the em 'rud! vestments 01 forests and
curiously
their service t.. the Public. in the trt-Mtnii'iit of all and standing ill the midst of her I
acute as well aot chonie 4lj.aSe- if nil tIurai.tt.TsOffice. -0- I farmers and planters, rhe proud combers of i The mechanic is here, my instructor in the can furnish the long-desired crrrenc of gold fit-Ms: into dyes gorgeous, though solemn, as

"'11 ult'C'I.ab, J
Jan.-9.-'85--* 2-tf -- / OXTINUKS to offir his l'r..f"Hi""ul St-mces to agricultural imj>ro\ement above all, the fair daughter and matrons of of values ind exchanges ever deviled. by I blast shall scatter to the ground the lofty
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R. H. BERRY \-S the citizens of Cciitreiilie and adjoining neighborhood I 'I 1 he statesman, toiling and laboring for Tennessee are here, Ill)' instructors in the the wit of man. I glories of the wood, there to wfther and .

eidence, cbanjjed; to Centre-ill} O!::cc I renown, wins his to the gratitude and I beautiful and delicate texture of thtir ownhandivvoi These great advantages of good government I Suirmer has ( 'l'l lo\ rapidly: ) like a,

Auctioneer and Commission at lii* resida1 I admiration of his way the soldier k. HIt w hiUt I am conscious of my of climate and soil, of mineral I production sweet, joyous dream, ('5 .) :, It seems
country ,
62-tf ; panting
Vt'c.6.185';
MCRCHANT. "" for glory amid the smoke and of inability to enlighten you on any of these I have stimulated the zeal and quickenedthe I as ;It were but a few days since the first flower

t.11.VHASSEE. }'Li.. Sept 29. 1855. S3 GWYNN & HILTON, I battle, is crowned! with the laurels \ictory carnage ; I practical: subjects, I do not feel at !liberty to I capacities of the American people, until I bud breathed its fragrance on thu air, and we
oveilook what I have long regarded as a they stand in agriculture, in manufactures in its beauties. The not.R
gieat rejoiced nrx-mug
unsnrpsstt
Henry L. Rutgers ..A.11or; ; ys at L.ctw, the man of science, stretching his cable! from ,
I
TJ.LLAHAsSEt, FLA.0 continent to continent snatches the light and injurious defect American agriculture. lechtie arts, in scientific of merry songsters!.', whose meld. thrilled

COMMISSION MERCHANT I nings hoot the Iionvcns and sends them flashing I In thrs, cswiltthe farmer generally holds I pursuits! in the leorl..1 professions, a d, indeed I our every nerve, have } upon

TALLAIISSEi.:, I:LA.LIRERT D. ,V. CWYaa: : 1:. II. II I ITON.nAVlNO around the world, speaking the language our indefeasible title to the broad acres he I unsurpassed Inl the elements of national I the ear. Yet the buds: have expandl; the

.-- as!>f<<>ci! ted themcehe t'-tretbtr in the I of every people who I inhabit it ; but none of cultivates. He moves proudly over his fit-Ids : greatness. I flowers bloomed and died ; grown

.ni\-ance in. le I (Iii C.itton or Tobacco I of Law, \.ill pive their joint attentionto I tlu se can! fairly outrival! the patient! dign'hVrl( and surveys with satisfaction the crops which t tarl" Hut what avails our national greatness ifwe I ripened, and derated, ; the sun attained his
:. -. to 1.1tri uds Id Nw YIt-k.St1t. all but-in-M entrusted to th.-m. They '" ill attend I and enlightened cultivator of the earth. Such glossing upon them. Hut he will not stopin j have let national and individual viitue to nrlllr height and turned him round ou bit
4 I ISf-S! ;,11"t O'P.V. I thf Supreme Court the U.: District! Couit cod the j I t inspire us with obedience to law and a !
to build his neat bickwird and summer is
his
has been the of mankind from the money inakrng career course gone.
,
-I Circuit C ur at Tallllh: *f'f', nml also the CrfjitC ; judgment
T. W. BREVARD, -Jr., ..uit* of (i".l..dn. Walnlla, JeflVrsori Madison and I remotest ages. The name of Cincimtus: isas cottage or his more costly mansion according ., erence for the glorious constitution and! rl'V-I Summer has eude.fnd thus, too, will
La'VV' It\ lllt.n Couutio*_ Oflioe nt the Court-boutx in tuutli boiiorfl' *n the uf Roman history to his circumstances. He will not adorn his I ion under which we live! These flre : I p.i ss the summer mal.'i hf. when the waim
..A.11o1--n.oy; ; : |rage:
T\I.I.\II.\SSEC:, FLl. Tall.ih ,C!,,-e. I by hs devotion t6 agriculture as f-T ground, nor plant Ins orchards of delirious i sources of our unexampled growth and prosperity I sunshine of hope brighten*.his path,and notes

M.ir1i 6. IfiSS. 10-lv having diiven hack the invaders of his coun. frurts. He will waste no time on shruhhtry) .1' and with hU list breath every Hue patriot I of pleasure bu diets every Jrtef. The blighting
: April. -!:.1S58; 17 HOGUE" ; AMAKER I and no healthful .should fervently pray that they might : frost shall touch the
& try. The \illas! of f Cicero :\I)'! HortetiMUaatTiisculuin tOWlr le.1 prepare green
,
(II. MI \. ORLEY, COUNSELLORS attest their veneration and attachment cist'r nor gushing fountain to his last and endure forever. I young heart. Hardening rings will form

Attorney at Law ATTORNEYS & (; to an occupation which the Georgics around him with to lure Ourunion of bfntes, none hall sever, dread winter will and all
.A..T IjW, Virgil have rendered immortal. So of our nothing come spread over
Our union o'hearts an.lunion of band
'1'\LL \l1.\S st:K, TLV.Jtnuiry ., nAVE formed .' c't'IIo'lltn&rflip in the practice of great Washington in mod. "- times. He was either.himself or his family away from the I And the Hag of our Union forever." its darkest, dreariest gloom. What sits shall,
and will nlNnd 10 any profefsional Lusim blandishments; of town or that and in the soul
:
: some neighboring
_17._.:. 1NS7. -1L called from the cr."rn :!n.1lleat fields of Virginia I dispel gloom re.awaktl
!!*!' entru5t'l 1 to fulr cae. city. Every farmer and planter should make The at Large. lie ti'al energies 01 I another ?-TernCrusader. -
& McClellan I). I1, HOGl'E. A. PERRY AMAKER.: to command the armies of the Revolution State year
Yonge Mi)' 1. 185S. 18 .. __ ; Jackson was conducting in poison !his. his home, to himself or his: hOI'ehoT. the I Contrary to our expectations, (the Black rrae .*
XjtW.raACTC
.A11or.n.cyS; ; : a1 1 EDWIN- - A. HART- I II plaining operations in the fields of tho Hermitage dearest and loveliest spot on .Republican" State ticket is probably fleeted : -

" IS ALL TilE CofRTS OF WEST FLORIDA.Ollice I 't host he was summoned to the command he may have no marbled palace, no rich and I by a plurality of some fifteen twenty hoa- THF A>GEL ClLD.-" Mother," raid a5ect

.1\ :\UiMWNV.: ..A.11orn.cy; ; I.aZtW, of that army which soon covered him, costly furniture. no liveried servants, still, thereis I sand. With three tickets apparently m the little- g'nf of four summers' .did you

C C. YOXJJE .J. F. MtCLELLAN.: Tallahassee, Florida. as't.1I as itself, with immortal: honor. Mr.I his: homestead beautified and adorned with field against the Democracy, w6 had the I ever see an angel ?t"

Mireti 13. I S%S._ II-tf ._ -- "1 \7 ILL pi act ice in the Circuit Cturis III t the MidT Webster and Mr. Clay, when wllkingl1Iid every embellishment of taste and fancy.Who .- greatest confidence! in the success of Judge .Xo, my child' ; the angels a re in heaven."
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--- -- T die) District and the Surnie,. | Court of this their flocks and herds, and the great Caio woul be willing to leave such a home, I Parker, and the other nominees upon our I I But,.mother the nii.'ister said the angels
Beni. F. Young tool the Di-tnd Court f the United States,at ,
Si.tte.TstIll.so'sr. %}" Offirw over the Store of Messrs. lillian, at his simple homstead exhibited more with arcldi:1 bowers and! its pure and ticket We had reason to anticipate, from were with a* .U I| the time, and that pretty

.:. .I !Y'.{.1I'Z: ( !1'r:" J "\1] I O A J. Mi-rniM! ..,.. I I true nobleness of character than wb.en pour. : spaikling waters, for the dust and smoke of i the pretensions of the An.ericans"that they : hjmn you sing *a8
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JMI. ES). lbZ8. 4 out their m.itchlfs the the crowded city I I woufd sustain their nominations but the I '
ANDSOLICITOR 1 ing tloquence I own While well ap|>ointed ansels Veep
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IN EQUITY, forum of tin* Senate House.In And how strange "a tii" passion for city result shows that we werO mistaken. The I Their watchful vigils round my bed.'

Y, Vf yrIt lra.4I.-, in the Couri ..f the Eastern: Cir j A. J. PEELER'S, I I the United i States we have every reason over. country life which we so often encountcr body and soul of that despicable faction vcted I I lay awake to watch for them. every

T cult ..! FI"Mi 1 h. and the Federal Courn.ornrE LAW &. COLLECTION OFFICE : to suppose that this appreciation of agriculture It cannot fpripg from any inordinate I tie straight I Republican" nominees. And i night, I u' they don't c.ome. Why can't I see

, ( AT OAIILI.IC. AiaciiiA cooir.; ) t TALLAHASsE, FLOUIDA.OlMCF. is not destined ever to be less than at dt'S're to grow rich, for agriculture rewards I the tone of their yesterday, when theist,.ruotber t" ,',

IEPA'/E.V"BS : IP STAIRS IS iSlE SAMB PIILPINO AND OPrO'ITL the present jieriod. In the early years of the, her followers more bnuntfully than any other I II it became certain th \oral ppr was elected, I t My child the angela are spirits, and we

CAPT. J. J. LATAS. ) TilE DOOR OF Tilt FLORIUIA.N A Jl'lRNAL OFFFICE.17 iepublic it was strongly impressed on the I pursuit. It i is a passion for pleasure: and display I it is cv'ident that the is satisfactory! to I cannot s(' them." ,
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C iu J. I). *IKE;. }{}CJnilrtlon., S. (Y \ ILL Pmctice in the, Circuit C nit.i,'f Ond-den. I public mind that the nations of the Old! World, I more than for riches. Som inca tl' ir'I I them. All_ the fn'erest apparently! Manifested I I Mother, let me go to Leaven I want to

ta.ira .t TIIOMIVOV. J JDu. f T Ix-on. \\ ..kulla. J"'rPfln and Madison and and more particularly that from which weIaHI1'l'p:1ratl.d I to live in palaces built in the city, thai they I for Htrrov7s. and llenton, is now to see the angels." ,
rf. Jo, T-illtltansrt, fla.JII,1. attend I.. the collection of n<>Us aud nc- .
JAVF r.-
promptly desire :
be and c'lmrred. They costly
I' ill under the may si-en have l been fiction WhKe the ..fl lie
.. sAid Cvuntie were at ease new mere 1cri.1 .0, mother, I\e seen an angel came
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'S7 21"WILLIAM cotii.t in nnv > *
F.'b. 27. 18.18*! 9-i f I form of government which we had established. equipages ; but they l'ust glitter in the city, I, can" candidates were kept up, the to my bed last and I asked him to take
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I the admiration of thousands
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SCOTT, attracting the party, the Whig portion especia'ly, were me to hel\pn. but he said.tie would comeback

:r JI7MONTICELLO. ftf House The apprehension could not for a long would never behol I them in the solitude of secretly,plotting and planning for the election again for me. 0, he was 8 beautiful."
)\ r 1f Y.a f if Isabella
FLAjlr :J |;jj;;: : time be resisted that one or more of them the, country. The theatre, the ball, and the of the Republican ticket. The mother bowed her head in anguish,

ALB AN Y.4iMl. GEORGIA. might seize on any favorable moment, aihing masquerade present their nightly attractions, It is i doubtful whether any portion of professed for s c knew that the white winged messengers .
:M tljan
/ SO.1 853.
---- ._ ------ I out or cur dfssensions or other exterior cause, whilst they are seldom heard of in rural life. ) Americans ofhig antecedents voted were waiting for her darling,. .

FLOYD &HOLLANBrAttorneys rpHE above HOTEL in Albunr. the present to extinguish the light of our free institutions! The devotee of more questionable pleasuresfimts their ticket. They had a secret understanding 'f 0, God pare, in mercy spare rny only
JL mus of the (Je rgia and! Florida term-I which, flashing over the regal governments of ,in the city ready facilities of indulgence, I with Weed to keep up the American ticket child: ,
!
: at Law. now op n for the reception of tie I Europe, might reveal the dissatisfaction of which are enliVeljr removed. hi the plain and I so as to keep the [poor, miserable, deluded Again the dreamy eyes were opened, and

\ \7 ILT. practice in the Circuil Court! of MiddleV TRAVELING PUBLIC.Tfie their own subjects. Hence it was that all virtuous organization of country society. Know Nothings, who were origilal.Demo. the little arms were around her neck.
V lIt'Ii.I.' ...Hud in the Suprerae Court I clasp
Hii'l UV ffouss Furniture Tbe Trcprie- Whatever the molivcs this preference given '
and niw.
Al, in the Di.. ricl:: Court "f the Uoi ate tint related to our national defence our army crate from returning to their \ Don't cry, be sick anymore
fthe State.
tot is determined to make it a ," and the fortifications by so many to city life i is productive of some teen-t\\entietlis of tho Burrows and I'll ask tbe angel
votes to
Ed St.4etiui the "III.) .", })i-trict of Florida. our navy on our extended given in heaven, to
R.J. FLOYD. Otflce palufUcola.! Fla. FIRST CLASS HOTEL, line of sea coast received our marked of the greatest evils of the present nge. In are from persons who were formerly! Demo. I come back for you. He is come again

1). I'. HOLLAND. Office Quiucy. FIlL, and hopes by strict attention to Public.L. the wants. of Lia and especial attention, as far as our limited! the fondness of hope that something may crats. ,Had the American ticket been hauled I mother ; don't you see the glory all around
the
of '
-Dec.22. IM-V 51_ -- GU't.'stto merit; patronage H. DURHAM. Proprietor. resources would admit Even when Looisi-, chance to turn UP.in.the! fnvor'hundlfsand down, then Judge Parker would have obtained I, him He is waiting for me and I must go

U'ILLlT3I= SV WLUOimi, Albany. Ga- May 22. 1858. 21-ly i ana wits purchased acquisition was bailed tholfsands precipitate; themselveslnto: towns their votes, and consequently been elected. I! now. Good bye, mother I"

AuCWa'llll. ( ( Conu() llor!!( ;at Law, chiefly{ as an increase of national power, by and cities without preconcerted arrangementsfor We indulged in the belief also, that there Closely she folded the 'Jilt'. form ,te her

M'OXTICBLLO. FLDKIDA .7: which, in future times, we should be better I regular and permanent employment It, I II was some degree of fconesfy and sincerity in I breaking beast but the limbs relaxed, and

practier ill tt.. C'"rt" "f the M'Udle' Cir id-;: CITY HOTEL. ..", I enabled to resist aggression and to maintain i is the great law of our being that .we wouldbe I the professed Abolitionists and Pr hiitiooists the azure eyes grew dim ; ber darling was

'VILL *".1! TII it '* anti Luwndcf County (ia Jwt JOHN-t. DEMILLY- unquestioned, our new position among the independent I either happy or prosperous we must have But where are they .They had canddate with the angels.

\:1n-h :!! I h 1 :!-h'h nations of the earth. But the I employment, physical or intellectual.. This I in the persc.n (;trfl! Smith, who was B1POBK .
__ that ha1m
______ inform the .
'- -- --- IITOULD mprctfullv pnbbs i ii I is true of life. But this disproportionate c f
emphatically city
LUAK( A: UILBU.UTII, > > leaned the CITY HOTEL (known ns the United! States have ?long.been assured against such perfect impersonifJcatfbn of their often aowedprindpfes -A CAKXICAL: VIEW OF nv Dr.
i rush the
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I l.\\v. l'u.L\II1:1:, FL.-, Br"'n Hotel.) and will take charge on the first of I I all those apprehensions.' They now. proudly to city rE'nder Rather tnan shovf their devotion Wienland, of Cambridge just before be nailed

ATTORVKT A.I.OS-O.f: I. HO.\I.fm.Urn ha\'e 1l "ct1 I May nest Ilk untiring 4'Xt'rlietN"111 be ued toe I' repose on_the firm conviction that their l.ber-: employment,impossible ; no demands of commerce to the cause which they professed to, worship! in the Vandel bit on a visit to his native roan-

M. itetltheMiMjiveomtliepfiieticeof:' : LAW. Theywi.Uttenl fullhati.faciion to all who will 17 patronize him. ties and the form of government which they manufactures, or the mechanic arts I they, almost ttf a,roan, voted for a'maho try, Wurtembarg, left a ptmpHlet in which he
crowds that
1853. rurmsh'it redundant
:I the .' iU.in the Middle Cirel1j. .tbl' Suo Kl'rilt.! -- have established! can never be successfully can Iy .tr I has been nearly his whole lifetime rmslltr, has undertaken an ( of tbe terrible danpers -

pre'ne tiiiirt nn-l the District Court of the UnitedStUe Nathaniel Hamlen ; I assailed. They feel and know that, whilst pour themselves our citi-s. Hence that and never stood up t their Abolition standar. which attend xp of pork a a diet
and for shelter for te
t TalUlmsoe'e.4j'fir mass of poverty suffering Their natural instincts attracted to '
I they will never ask of other nations anythingbut thm TIiB nOte ,of wararng, indeed;has often
.., itthe Court House.October MERCHANT fuel for raiment for bread. which no city or. "
-" COMMISSION "
and if from
ipj what is right, they can never be com- Blade Republicans ; an angel raised, and. stilt thousands of pounds of measly
-- --28.--1154.Hanekel--- ._---lv-- --- No. 33 PydrasSLNcw Orleans. pelTed to'buhmit to that which is wrong.In I dinances
& Nowell, ---:(\..... our vast accession of territory in Texas, great mobs and processions through the streets they would have marshaled their forces for quantity of most foully fed, which is

FACTORS, Refers to Oov.James flruome.. Tallabassee,|_ California and Oregon, no sderations of in time of scarcity, demanding employmentand the Rfpullcan" candidate nevertheless.W0 .- received prk. West, is especially subject
George K. Walker E q., t !' subsistence, which oftentimes nothing but Mr. Smith has received
Jon
increasing power irs ai y possible co to measles or tape worm ; and the allied troops
-ASP- Oen. W m. Bailey Jtfferson.. county.. with foreign nations. ever mingled in tho martiil: law can subdue ; and hence, too, that 10;000 votes in the State.-JV' t. Daily News, in the Crimea suffered greatly,in consequence
ficacralommissi( )"n Merchants, T. J. Jut n. F.Fq.. into the When foul and festering massjof corruption and vice 4. which to them.
J. O Putnam. Es-q.. Madison slightest degree negotations. and JYurfmb of the article was aupple -
which too often afflict disgrace our overcrowded
CHARLESTON SC. jalli"IIMI.q.. Hamilton u these and other new States, formed out of our The measles in pork are potting but'the
E.. F. MAXCKEL. E. W. KOWKLL.r Au Kutu* Steele Esq.. Levy own territories, came teeming into the Union, cites 0::7" A Yankee met a Celestial' in the streetsof larva of the ,"
How it is to turn from the contemplation : comm whic
J. J. SnMlinjj. Dq.. Jadsdcn and and with characteristic
; the all-absorbing idea was more States San Francisco, a when taken into the human stomach,
,-f Produce or Tlmmas\illc. Ceo. of these to the calm, .
will *rll tle.i-cripti.Mi E. Remington Esq. scenes
pIIEY every C91.tente
t'mtoror the future farms and homes the accosted him follows into' the full worm, and reachsometimes -
aJvaucts on all more of race, : grown tape
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1 Mtrchaudizt, anJ will! tuulc Oct. 24. 1857. _._ and virtuous life of the country, with a
Cud i. tltllenU.Apiil -- of the sons and daughters of freE'dom--eht'ap ( and .metimes its magnificent Where are you from I" a length of twenty fet As tea t
CK'K: : CLARK;
__ .II. 1853. 15-ly __ __ and abundant subsistence for them and their mansions; with its I nut-stretching lawns and Hong Kong." lam lose their vitality cooking
descendants forever. No one ever thought to ol pork, they eaten unconsciously in large
AMBROrYPE3AND N MAKER landscapes, its chur-e and schol.housl ""Where bound?I" a
WATCH inquire how many new regiiients; they could abundavt of raiment and its almost are you quantte Batchers, says Dr. Wienland,
MELAINOTYPES, bring into the field, or what fleets could float its supply .( along." pork with cull cognizance of its
boundless of subsistence for man and all
3'w'e1X'
: store I
And ,
lakes and Climate condition and should be'restrained from dOlogs
their magnificent What fond off ,
BAILEY. ta most
on ujers. are
TAKEV BV "tTTOULD respectfully inform the Jeens of TalI the animals that minister to either his necessi- you -
Rooms orcr R.irnard't Drug Store. > > I I.bU l'f'ean.1 the public generally,that he has soil, minerals, adaptation ia manufactures ties or pleasures! "Souchong." by legal en3etD t
-- & Co bere be. js and to the.mechanic arts, were keenly 4Or
Uall lI'
,
and the nM stand or J. C. -
Ito.s'i II.TC hrt-n tisorsitighty refitte.l t.krn the sole elements Still I must remind you that the great law I What kind of 'owl do you consider the iii'America records the following }
TilE I Slow in exr..llent e.Hi.liti..n for tie pupae prepared t.. repair inquired after and were best !t" : A traveller
and labor applies equally to :
,1..'i''IIj\I. The Pul>lic are inrhvd t>. eall. Watches, Clock and Jewelry, that entered into all!! these grand expansions of employment l ane''o #,
aud to life. i is by labor that I .
0..t.ll.hI37 44 in a orVman like manner, end at the roost reasohk.bl .. of our country country city I .Cittgons.of do ,3"ii .Jack* said a man a lad uttering
of his prefer ,
work the problem .kifd
.
Watche N fau to'uu of territory shall must out great t J' 1
Pera'os bath* good ft When these acquisitions pan rpl )00' '' *
WiJLil. rate hU ." father / *j>
of the bead-labor of the Scnppernong. teens your de :
.- well from liavinR been badly .)jLjred. can rely I be faMr! analyzed and the facts connectedwith exJtenceabr &
)"RE Extra: ant No. 1. v.r.'uu.1 in Pure Liuaeed upon tiaving them put right at Ills shop.fJr I them shall take their proper places In labr of the hand. f I What's your name!', Darn it,".replied the young hopeful. *a d

1 0l.jugtreceeaaoJ. forsic AME3 Iy LIVELY.; :Jan.All,work m?. warranted.-Il if well used. ,. 'i hitor.tht. American character will stand I I Wherever. man has 'failed to l labor, he has I, "Oo, go long. ,.- ., 'he's cot my knife in hm psc -.Vt t*.,

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.. -h r.th.. Legislature. I Tear of the BO J Vistula. I [From the Florida Sentinel ] BY TELEGRAPH. 2..1.p-lri..t-J. F. Fitrnsnortb Repulliean 8.10i

JfltmVum & goiinial.w l r Through lh theeourulrof eour the Secretary of State There I is quite a contest progressing between the _I he hil kept i -5----- r.nj':..I rit3 l)'.-tiict- -Owen L 'v
tw o wings of the Virginia Democracy t secure the The"bitcnc" of his soul, and men him wept" ,
e Are tnlhh.d to lay >re our renders to-day a LATER FROM; KUROIM. 'majority.
INt of the membrrs of the.Legislature wlilsli body nomination for Go\ernlr. in the Democratic Con I In a merely negative point of view, we are are ---_-- --- | 4th 1i..trief-Wm. helmug'g, Kfl.llwar. ?.. "

TaLLAhASS K E : \'enti'n to beheld during the next month at I'e j no rssar ae.mma s.> iipIcs.! no token so tain as eulo- t f nwjortiy.i '.

I ,1-eUiii this city on Koiidax. the 22d in t. The tersburg. is reputed to be a contest between sy I.I.wt; upon a mlijtct who can hear it no P"re. ARRIVAL j OF TIE ;i "> di-t rirt-Iar N. 5c.l ri*, Duwgla Th n < n'

-- ; list comprises all the member elect, except from I \\' tld. C>'mc l.yaOk, cal it attain, what < $ I 2,*>'x. iimj"li\.
/ sArtalD'O''E DEn 13, 1858. the county of Bret ard. the l fiietid of fc-enator Hunter on one fide and prai'iical pur 'e subenvc- ': .tim Jhhit"l-Jllm." C. Rtbirf, iH'ifelo-'. i I.

= I The mine of are in ronian-those of the friends of Gov. W5 e on the other. The tWOitinguialie.l .Can lioiior', voice provoke the silent dOlt, I !I! crat. l."(SC: n >j'TiM.

13"Mr.. J.J". YACflAM'K has be-cn .{".polnU-J mfent Iemotrl |[ si gentlemen are, themselves, takh> no Or flatt'ry oothe the dull cold tU of death." CIRCASSIAN. i, ; vth .li"uid-.kLn .\. Logan, Cvcgkf L'cr. .oCt.
the in ita'ifji I ;
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t, receive \<> ertiaemenl *e.. fur tbe flon- opposition in it. Mr. a member of is Tree, alts I too true,-and )jet tl.at curtly cannot 8.o4.mfm rnajoiilV.Time .
l.h.hr.
did* J"f.uMc-riltif'% .n< t gh.f rece'pts In.the nwne of the '( SENATE-21 MLMBEKI i 1 j"p'rt faxoritcof the Hunter for Cong's1 be d emed quite vain, which constitute our homageto COTTON DEl'LXEI 1.16D . i Douglas Democrats. ]have! a majurity m time
c ame I"T ( t party moral excellence, nor cau even the utility 'of that I Ilou- of ;. and in the Iterate of 3.

froprictor fu th to IhlTI'E.amUa.YictIMn.et fill the occasioned I. the death j jof lion 'ht claims are IJ eased with energy and well be denied, winch may tend to encourage merit, ST. JOHNS, N. F.. No8.-Tlie screw steamship ,I The Administration Vote in the State i is not over
\acaney
-- to ) j Richmond South which is in the ihcei.tive to itot..
the
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t3fBlankM.: .-A r*rU-l>'ofprmte.1 BLANKS. on bind. tl e lon Jno. R. Brooks, Dem.) ,!j ability by under the oroprnteaan sacrifice,-disintr.stfdntl.essential magna of nil Circassian, (taking the place of the Prince Albert I ('U.nL'\'I': Nor. 4..IT Illin.i. the !Rtptillumi
of Mr. Hunter and is t1"Itnt
i interest
_ among which are Jraoa and STAT WITSBW CanIFlcATU. 2 Santa Rosa- Jen. I). Hfier. ;, editorial true greatness or real fort of character. Besides, on this trip.) arrived to-day from Galway, with tel j ]i mi\ elected their eandielate for C*>.'rr(' in the'

f..O1 AD aF DEDI) 8tIfOIIU" XCt-TtO1I&C. 3. Walton-Isaac Welch. j I conduct of that prtux c/c'falitt Mr. Pryor. The whit doe live for, if 'tis only to be egraph dates from Liverpool to noon on time 26th I i I fiisf iwrond und thiil di tri..tlt. and the Democrat-

1 4. Washington and Holmes H* B. J HC*. ( opposing wing of lie Democracy, in the interest of .The. sport of Fortune's power" October I 'i in t the fith eixlh, seventh eight and nin h mii-triet-

TAL1>AIIAS 5KE MAHKKT.COTTON {lee'l Mr. Wise, seems to hive no particular choice. bats and after bu&tihg the rtlcnilct. wates of life awhile, 1 COMMERCIAL E\V. !> TIe Re-publican ninjonlir (In the State ticket inthe
ed to fill the vacancy eau* .J by the '- To lie, and be forgot." S ( northern eouutit-s are ssmsLat red'Sebel' free"
.->'ov. 12.-The NI.! this weik *iO bak- atIheMlowinKpriee i deidly hostile to The mmiination of Mr. Lrtcher. i.IYEr.I'OOL COTTO- Slaits.v'r-Smmles f..r two slays
S l[Ion. J. W. Ce ok. 1) in) i No! The strongest of all claim are those bequeathed i I (thereof 183G.SrciNcurtn.. .
_ *:Ordinir @.; (; Ordinary ; Low The Richmond H the mouth-piece of this 11,000 bale*. with declining tendency. '
0 3. Franklin and C lhoun-T. J. Kppes. lluJlirtt by drpat.worth. the final &'crtd. r all duties, 1I.)1lersI ILL. Nov 4,-Tlie P..t'1\1.1itoaa"'r.
_ Middling 9.V t 9'. : T.oo Mi-ldhng to0 1O. Seton of the Virginia I..mocrc.- are thuS we owe to .the memory ol the dead ; they were offering their stocks freely', but not pre-wing t| 'concede the triumph! of iMiglus t.yum.j.nuI p'I
Hawkin
fi. C.
___ si:* ULAXD COTT > -A fi bale hate beenrecened ndM.d Jutkn-D. .
.
I which after : long period of rather lethargic btil lime ill out .flections, they re yppear in our dia them on the market. I IBy live in ea -h I houe-
at 20 lo and G. McElvy.
7. :
nt
Gads.'n LLert-1 l leaders. and comatose cortmetit on public affair, has course Philosophy mjy speculate or Sophistry refine Telegraph to (?"/,".,..front Lntfjol. Jve .liv. : ---of .
-- 8. Lcon-T. Lamar. but Nail" still it titleVinu IIU"tllTrlllmph DouglasTime
B' suddenly waked up Into 0 very lively state, mal j annl man's iltcd i.lral 0c tobtr 26//i. noon.-Sale* to.by1.1)(00 bale. re ut! in HHnoi show a luotl otr-aeMM.;' .' .
Go,. IlroMii'M \ rh'uIUralddrc" 9. Waktilla-II. Walker, (elected to fill thevacancy m >siracti.n.- most 'x Tim"I '
II I Injits heavy columns] crack with the spirit of its I -Ut.held only il personification ; in her various as- i I Cotton Market has eleelmed 1-16-1. G s<1- *' i|! i hold of iJougkis on the popiJ" 'heart of that lolI:
We arc } to the Hon. ;iuii 1 ,\. iuttIi. of occasioned I. the resignation of HulL JVcllnJe. !
ilh. : ) !I reflectie und the vivacity of its humor. The i pects. lmeflimiamit (.r auMere ever beNUtiful o sublime, I Friday. and .>f the qn.intity sold since that day. I In !]'Ste of all opjHxition. (mint end rear he tr,.
Tennessee for a copy ..r tie addr!, recently delivered .) and : entitle'd to our hom.isre which it I umph by:' alike a : and a IepiLt
J. bold and ecimtmIC South has found its quon.lattai.l equi ly ; ju"tly l,6uO bale w ere taken\ and popular" ru-
'S b\' the lVtina-tir ( .lwrl) ..f the t nitr.1 in. Jetfersoi. John Finlu"n.I ( rendered by the toluutarj' tribute we pay tu the ei> speculators exporter i m jo'ril '. TheIKmocnitic opj'o-ti ion te him sme-uv
in the of thef'rulC. 1
S Mates. at the fifth) Annual Fair eif the Tennessee Madison-J. W. McQueen. neighbor quite expert us" S due and character of those votaries. by whom her GENERAL NEW j ed. iii the aegreg-ate. te short "f 3, *uo votes out ..i
I and by no means di-jived to pardon such : has ixhibnrd her tMo.Hx" llha* a mmmajirtty of four in each i-:
I njiirt (>r
It i il an addre-, rtaoipeel Hamilton- HI H" Duncan b..1 precepts u.mpllll.JTht TIlt BiitMi steamer Gorgon ha* been engaged to j t
:\Oricl1urallureu 12 J dereliction of duty as npposing the uews and | t, 'tis true, in the irre crbil
with tlexpence and replete with iistcrcstiig ant 13. Culunmbia-U 1! .JtfeCalL wishes of a jounml which, hams been so long regarded ity must pass away jet even in the rapid. transit of make sounding fur another Atlantic Telegraph cabl |I rtitation equally with th> Hl.uk Republican: 11

wholesome \iews upon a subject that commends 14. Alacla-llip Iel their brief ear ''r. they leave U8 let MMiS which tm.gbmt Im' from New I'oundland to some joint oil time Eng- 'J the fir.t four Ji"trid-\\.J.1.lIrn., Fmmrnssisrttml.os.jiiv

Itself to't-e earnest attention of the great mass of 15. Na *au Gw. W. C1LIf as the tet.l.o..k of tlC Virginia Democracy. to be remembered b'e-sstd'! as they are with the mi- 'h land chnnntl via FIJnl.The I'j' and Kello r:-al.>Iitioni-t* ate elevted..

For this appinnt: cxcrei e of dictatorial autlu that future I TIme Ittflt'r have r..turllt'dIorri". Re,b<'rtn.. FouL,
!
Southern reader and as such we prcKtit it ( the ,. A. .SI: mortality inll..res.uch Portuguese government h's yielded up the j
HII'nl- BaIJKin. I .
'I and
iity the gives its (. of the EHjulirr are the ntic-clients which, in the contemplation L.nmztmn. Dein ertit-. lilinoi w* ar orrt.
: t frt page of to-day' jwj er, hoping its peru-al may 17. St. John, and Putnam-Oe-o. 1 lA\t! some.cJllc severe over eoteinjwriu-y the knmkle This : of a generous, huiiiane heroic,or self sacrificing French slaver, but declares that it yield only te I' I' sav. i i" i the only North<-m wtiw hich h:i' made: :,

excite the attention of the planters of Florida to ant 18. Maiieni-W. J. Keitt ril' act, spontaneously slime n. the minJ, and audi are f.rcilly I threatened force.FURTHER. suc-ee-fiil 'tnnd against I laek Rrj: I ublicani in Tim

intelligent appreciation of important agricultural 10. Sumpter Volusia, Orange and Brevatd fight is doubtless : in view of the PicsiJen- |] suggested by the recent .\.t0 in ApalaihuolaBaj I elections thi fall.-fitin-ffnt; Trltyra ,h. AVr. 9
BY THE CIRCASSIAN.ST. .
'I hal election of 1860. The friends of Hunter and in which TUO Jr, (eldest -- -

t improvements about which they have manifesto )ld{ol.r lJ k.r. Wise regard them as probable COlp.tior beforetime I sonof the Chief JUllice I.SJTELI Stltt) l hat hil life. JOHNS N. F., Nov. '.-TIle late, t circulur from m JlA man who wa sentenced to lie Lung wasviitiil

eo much indifference to the prejudice of the mct 20. Levy, n.rIUdo.llbwrough amid Manatee- Charleston Con\ ntion. Mr. Hunter has already I' will not enter into details which arc siren y too Liverpool report th* flour trade dull, I'ut prices unchanged I by hi- ,'ife.110 *ail : My dear woul.l'

imjHjrUnt interest of the btatePeBow' John Eubank. I know ; but jmul the shifting fCeiies of the you like the children to ee lou exee-utol ?"* No.''
I M-r\e-d two terms iu the Senatorial body and i 1..linfuly 1.11 qualities of Corn had tlightlydeelined. "
1 h. "Ihit'i IiL.
ii plieii ju-t s.i,1 mime "
-- 21. Monroe and Dado- Biowne. j great pnCrm .f iul life with all tlirir roiiflirt \'ou. fur
1 n has won nil the honors wl.u-l. -af ...u So that' of intereetit and aum-anmhmtion, jealou. Rice was heavy. Ro-in: was dull at :s. Iftd.n Ii 3-mm never wanted the thildrvn le have enjdjme -
any
hat ed the _
REV We Novem.j.
:w :e.reed. \ 1 1 n.h 1 selih- "
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-*- >V.UW- to l.1I.l.n&natorl from the 2d, :3<1,7th8tli ,': elevated] po-ition and there were nithinglmeyommd 1 i I IK-SS policy and calculation let us pause for a mo- t(: "t*. lid. Spirit* of Turj'e'ntine! wa* firm nt :!I.. 'nt.

Ing are the titles of the original (untl'iltions : 14th, 17th, 18th 19th and 20th districts hold upon which his friends hire fixed their engergaae, Tient to yield our wilhnc 'nbut.-to one act of moral 6J. @ 40 shilling-

The South H'man.I.more Ncirro Lat.ur-Atldrcps o\er. he might well be content to retire to his (.,tate in 1 i I IEsex heroism, impulsive IJlflathy! di"int.ru't'd nolle-dc The submarine cable between Dover and Calais J I i $ llotirrs.
_ r to the people of L.ui"iaul. l'V 11 Deloney his and his has ceaed
; The Atlantic TtIegra1sh-.neient AitanO HOU>E-1G MtMBcni. CUll'nte taste tol'n"to. doi i I an cflurt to Sdie the weak. and helpless in peril, and working.

Modem Irogren, by (; ".. lltzliu h. of Viririiiia ; EuIHn1: 1 n7/ol\ tc>ling himself to literature the balance of his dlJ.In | \Iter u struggle- him elf overpouend, perishing in The latent reports from the P.ritMi Board of I THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.

The African lle Elect ami Right of e"rh. l 1\ Santa l'o.i-.-.John! 11. L.i.l. like manner, Gov. Wi c, though he has :' the tatal .dV'nlure ol the uldr.cted rescue. Trade show a decrease in the export sit reailyCO.500.iiOO. ?IK JAMKS tUtKE'S t CL CATEI> FEMILE PILLS

action Richard and S. Coxe.the LL. D. of Wachiiigton CtI; ; : Jack-on> -Kiae t'. Kobin on, John C. )MeCrary S been Invested with :(.ntoriu r.no'n. has filled I ,j I l ide Tie result merit for of.though nch an act ( ha d by its iteplora PrrjuirtJ front u /' ."'.-j-.y./: ..x ./..., J. Clurle'. Jt
Administration. No 2, I. >re rge the ; it m.ij not \ appeared mI J). }'/.i..i.,, :" ,,,, .,,
p : and V.: .ir.VndsingtonShinrpless i'rtetn. measure of any moderate man's ambition I. a I evitable Time people in the towns of bervia were underarm ; '. tu lit fjcsThis ,
in
Ht/hugh. Virginia ; Origin and rrc'grce <>f tLe J ) it WaS one, which such a case ini ht uaturally -
I Ttlt'grar' \ } *. career of great brilliancy)in congressional diplomatic | ensue, yet it wa.daringly adventured, ra- *. I inraluaM.ninlx'me w unfailing m the core nt all

Hclniw-ClarL liiorJium.Calhoun amid gubernatorial positions. The man who liona'Iv-though under the Inbtantan.ou. impulse! ofI tlnwpainful ami <.1..r..u8 di"u Co which the femnlrCfHistilnlion

# Thaukagicing.TJI.tiKsGtv1NG le-d the I an irresistible appeal I to the most responsive OVERLAND MA1LFI'.OM CALIFORNIA. i. ulijprt. II n.ierstesp.3 rxc corK under sympa-
-Jew Yon f >ral8guard Tyler-who to long .
>r. all e t'.lru"Ii"n. l li .
au< a I..I Cure may be relies" in.V.1RRJE1)
tines of
our nature- and without ST. Lot
prompt ) is, Nov 7.-Themail from San Franci-eo
!-To Mich a pleasant duty and toJioly Walton-N. J. ilcKinnon. represented the country at the Court of Brazil, and I |) the slightest hesitation. willingly T LADIESU
-
I ) a pnrpo lia* the Governeir of this State, by Franklin-Robert D. Mnnn.Gadsden who has ruled over the d.tinie of the Old Dominion It is reported tint whilst st'upgling in the at.r, to the 11th October has arrived. i* {'ciibarlr uil>sL It will in a pIties time bring on Umonllilj .-

him proclamation, which appear in another, column, -D. L // J for federal years with equal ability and address I encumbered with hn clothes his strength evidently The Alta Californian says lulxices fiom Fra/er IH'no>l w itli repiilnntT.Jjirh .
KtIIC"mI.to11 J [ he seized sailor. like river are diM.ouragiiig, niultljousan.l'arciftnrninjA buUI..ri.One Dollar bears the (i Tvrnmi<
rC.ommenJto tll't the 25th (f thi month should Dirnhoti.Leon -might be l'thf.o to retire upon such mouse- failing, a engaged hil.el in the Stamp
of(ir who prrrenl ruenterteita.C.tVTIO
icquested to released they should destructive fire had
be and the airs of fame to .() r.suc b d.e occurred at Jamestown,
dn'ote. great prine-iple gratitude toGo -Jos. I Christie, J. I Galbralth, J C mmiy, near Onahcock, in the I all perish togcllicr ; whereupon he relaxed higrasp, which 27 houses and !N .

which thould aiiimate the Full of all men, Williams and T. W. Ir'vurJ. Jr. county of Accomnc, theme to study the habits o f :S and unable to sustain h'' 'lplr. at once went down,, by were destroyed propertylo Tbrie Tills slioul.l HOI N- taken by female turin j tIme fIrs

assents to the propriety of the recommendation. V> akulla-T. J. Richardson.Jeffcron the ojbter during the serene evening of 1 Useful I saying a he lank .Sa\e the child !l" This is an $t to the extent of 250fN'>1). three month or Prepianrv. as they are cure tu bring. on Vi i.-

Let, therefore, the voice of the highest in -Geo. Whitfield 1 :A. M. and eventful life- emphatic circumstance, and strikingly illustrative of Business in San Franeici wa quiet. carriage bat at any ollur tune they are .
power > o. Manning, D. 1 ---_ the charactt r <-f my young fnenJ, importing with the In all ra.i-s of Nervou.t an" o.spinalfltetion Pain in thr
the 'tae be Iiceded. Let one e>f tIle foci Bird. s : ILLINOIS Hark an-l LimM,
purest last ray of intelligence' a scrupmous regard for the LLECTIONXCmc Fatipie on slicht rxrrt'iun. ralpitalioa' 0
The Mask
ing of our nature have full way ocr in and exer. Madison-C. C. Coffee, W. I. Pope. Luras A.Cturth The New York Coining: off. right of others-that. 'imperative sense of justicewhich co, ILL. soy. 7.-83 comities ha\e been ,I time Hrart Hyt.ric. anil \\ hitr*. these Tills will affect a

cit within uc, and let the slimy be one of trOe and late Efpre says that Senatoinrd's Sew- forbids u. to oppress or impof-c upon another, heard from. If the counties yet to hear from maintain euro when alt other nirana have failed.an l aJthough a I"-
Rochester
heartfelt speech strikes the new'chord-I and not et en to save life to infringe the self e-rful ri.me.Ijtin m.t contain iron, ealomrl.' antimony,or
In any
ttmami1.sgieing. the Hamilton John it.el.
of the } .
language 'rllk.ClulbiaCJIrian he means of tht'ir"ote in 18oG, the democratic State ticket t twill thing hortful ttmecoushitmmtion.Full .
of
let i anything- abolishing slavery in the same right our fellow man. He died, then, a
proclamation, all religious' denominations open Brinaon, R. it D. Peacock, States by putting the Republican into the I msrUr in the cause orIumalilY. faithful to the lot be elected. ilirertions accompany each Plldl.<". S.lr Ap'nl fi>r
party
their houses of w'orship and de-liver addrceees. Miitec Stephen Robert federal The New t justice and right .. or his heart *jm' the l"uit..151aIn and lanai!., JOB MO5K7,

to audi an oc"ion. and request the good peopl Iuvalllarei?: :. John G. Smith.,. power. York Timet (Republican) pithy for a fellow being in distress It \&noble: GENVALISER FOR NICARAGUA. (Late I. C. lUMwm A Co.) Km.hrtvr, N. TK. .
understand
ole State to lay aide their and L LS Nassau-Thomas H. him to shadow forth tin i* idea-darkly ithongim. I death !-even the more so thus. in the incomplete t WAS GTOtl.XOV'. 8.-Wm. Walker will probably B.-11,0<) .n.16 fxwtape Mampii rn.-l,1 l to.ny authorIzeii

join in the religions exercises of usuaI8\ocatiol"the Johns-James A. Hunt Mickler. The main point of this revolutionary performanc e of the mission of wh:ch it was the con- start for Mobile tomorroHI i is satisfied, in his Agent, will insure a bottle containing M Till by return
day. t i id that -without .the and of mail. .
in which he pride
speech speaks of the collision sequence o-ttntati'J mecciis -
I Thcaj7irisg, that the Republic of the Unites] Orange-Thomas Hiighcy.Voluaia between the free ]labor of it is invested with the pure iltrin"ic moral glory own mind, that there will be no interference with For sale I>T E.lwar.l Harnanl Jr, Sol'.Wholesale and He-
the
North
States ctill Mauds firm and broad tin its foundations Je hn W. Starkc. system and of unwavering resolve-of unshrinking intrepidityand his lawful emigration to Nicaragua, on the part of ails-nt "or TallahaMe J. 5. M. aviilon, .il<> Ag.nl

liberty and happiness; that its borders are ftil Putnam-Cahin *. the slave labor ey.ter of the South. Mr. Seward I adventurous endeavor : it was an act the most the British fleet. for Qu I Q1.

extending; that its fume is tti spreading throughout Alachy i--Tilman Gil Ingram. 8)8: disillerl'tw. humane. gallant! and brave-without He says there will be no clashing of interest between ,- FebruaryCI'e5._ u. 6-lj__ ___ .
m I what obligation that which our common human
this any
collision late -
I Ii tin world that within its John tel yon means the Southern emigration and the If Jour Hair isliarsb,
; Ixiuuds national Sumpter- W. Johuin.IrionD. They who that It is accidental ity imposes-with no claim but that to which a gen. Nicaragua
unnecessary Use p".c. Woofs Hair .
prosperity ttill f.urilwl in an unparalelled degree; A. Vogt, Jaunt A. KitgitLev the work of interested or fanatical agitators and erous nature is ever ready to respond-he put his life Canal Cvmpany. I".our Hair i I. Gray. T.nl".Ii.

llint peace still sit on. its LIOn'rl and the troldei } -A. J. (Clyatt. therefore ephemeral mistake the case ; upon I the cast, and lost it'! t'se Trot AVexxl' Hair Cel(ratiTe.Ifroirr .
horn of It is an a conflict bctmtn t>it alo.ther. Divested of the accessories-" the pomp and circumstance YELLOW FEVER IN NEW ORLEANS. Hair Is nino
plenty Miowers over all its land.Thaiiks'2iriag H.manJo-amcs K. >icK*. rfpr"lib >of>nj !.d
rudarNgjorce a,1 it infant thnt the United State* of war "-'e in the original, chaste. NEW ORLEANS \ov. 6.-Tlie deaths by yellow t'ac Pn.r.y..s Hair nnloratiTr.If .

that in the tt.ree strife of paSt r hlillstsurougli-Jamca Gettis.Manatee '"UI and Will, sooner or later Income either tuttrtly severe simplicity of such an act, uncolored and una fever in thi city on yesterday were 23. yon are I1I.I. -
time Post .
litical. struggles the hccn!of freedom hag not "ftn \McNeilL a glare-holding nation, or rntuc/v jUt /o'HJf nation. domed death surrounded by such circumstances may 1\.1.9 Hair RrotorativeIf
Nov. 8. Tlie deaths have
.
of yellow fever in thi yon Nrrvon*HemlarniI -
I turned into the licence of anarchy to light the Momroe-W. Malonoy4' Either the cotton and rice fields of South Carolina' be d.me an event surpassing in moral sublimity that city '' 1'rof \\.. '. Ha>r Krvtorative.If .
flames of and the sugar plantations of Louisiana will ultimately of military chieftain on the crimsoned battle field, on Satnrelay were 13. There was Ii gt* !there have
L war, but that the choice of rulers Eissell. yon
chi DaJ.-Tlfdore Dandruff.l'n
,
be tilled bj free labor and Charleston and I amid this morning. Tr'C Aooils Hair J I"nLli'e.
t once made, the fierce heat of argument has cooled. Democrats :opposition 10. We ]hare clashed New Orleans become marts for Icgiiltt merchan- The earthquake voice of vie:ory ," If yon have Kruption-t.,

S 4lie violence of passion subside-d and the t-rnokc the member from Monroe with the Democrat di alone, else I se Trof. Wood Hair Kenlorative.If .
of He or field
; the rye whe'ftt held of I or even that of the gifted whose voice i is LATER-ARRIVAL OF T1tiK

'I battle rolled away}', leaving a c.a and sunny f.1. was formerly Whig but acted with the Democratic Ma.*nchu etU-and) New York must again be sur,. I! still heard .resoun' ing in stlttsnan.Legislate. hail: m I the ywi diirr Glossy l Hair._.rror wm.re Hair Rrnloralnr,

covered with the combatants in 1806. and elected rendered by their farmers to slave culture and to | tplrrijar of inumph, with; the civic crown AN
changed, a* by part was by tin Kama I yet glOvV- GARO I () It you cf"ir"'t preserve Ih. rots-c.
I i of an S magic into friend Thanksgiving that this Republic party a their repreeentitive in the late canvass. rMlnctton become fa\i. mug on his lofty brow Such an fn.ll.nt8 to consecrate I:IMTroC \Vo.sPa Hair KeMoratu*.
once more for trade
in the -- --- -
mal.kell bodies the act of which it is the contamination, I yon d.-irr not to loom- tim. Color
f 1 has stood the great tests of powerful exercises ansi l wills of men. It i is the failure to apprehe-nd I whose spirit seems to shod a hlo o'er the wave COTTON DFCLIMD.NEW : I:-w irsif. >\o. .l' Hair Rmtorative.If .

; of popular muifrage.I FROST.-,.had a white frost here on Wednesday this great truth that induces to many unmccelrul 1 But enough,--I add no more ;--having perhaps you want a (.'bt"prli.."le.t'w ,

morning-set ere enough to kill all kinds of at.mlt.at firtal compromise between the slaveand already ; YoRS.Nov. Trof. "" 's Hair kr'tialmse
that who 9.-TlIt British
T.af'9i'9. \e, in health and strength I free trespassed upon restricted space in writing sts-amslmipl'm"sng If you :lmirt-tIme Betautiful L xk,
> and it
mayjsee the light ol that day have l>een preserved Tegetation. I that render t.-mts-a. nil such is the existence of this great thus much, m the ardor of the moment, while the aroo has arrived with Liverj'ool dates to the 27th I'M- Trof. Ao xl.. Hair Ki' tor>tif r
f.le pretended is .
compromises, event ancTthe
new emotions
ae in the
fr.sb. ex:
during the pat year from I by land and sea, -. when made, main and cliieumerah"Time '* of tilt. If yoi admire the R'autifnl Kinglvt.
prvssion sentiments
p11. Vote for Congreas. I apparently exaggen ..1. but The sales l'o Trot WO<.|'. limtr I: -..tm'rnie.Ifj'ou .
and enjoining upon us, we give thanks for New York Herald interprets thi* to mean ju-t and sincere-stimulated I admit by affeCtioSi- I of Cotton in Liverpool for the three

otriehe. the deepest mpathy for those who Lave Below we publish the full vote of the State forCong"A the extinguishment of slavery in the Southern I: regard for the memory but not to partial an s I I S Sate days was 14,000 bales, at Jd. decline, the market wish a Ikn'f: Complex Trof. \to H;n r,. Hair Restorative.

; been etrickem i at the late elt.tion. with the of | tirnate of the merits of one whom I had known from i | closing dull. and If yon wIsh a Far tree fml11l'i"'Ilrll.
into States and Exporter
sufferingby_ the pe ril* of either exception ; there is to be no abatement of this war his speculator took ].fltls I) L'w .'." \ti.Hl'" Hair Restoratire.
earliest I
and .
excited
Jant or tva, ant for mose wno mourn, tIle UCM l'rmm Wood'0
I the graves of ocean or land.31ianLijiriHy. ]IZ.n 1. IIorlcott.E.cninlia. for the **kof peace 6 long as there shall remain I I loss of ont thus suddenly cutoff in tIlt flush irreparable of health; of the news from America. Manchester account Ifynn want te-vtimonv overwhelniiiiT. Hair ReloratiTe.

: / ) 8 J and of life in the were u-ifavoiable and all Ke:id tIme Circular of ProC U ood'. Hair Crttorativr.
involving not only thauk for the Zt- I single slateholding State in the Union. I buoyancy ; very Iiuwerofnianhooml, qualities had dee'incd.: It yon want to find it.

; goodness of the pan, but prayer for the continuance Santa 105', :31 95 The New York JOlrUI of Coiomtrce understands, I| while jet advancing to full maturity of character and I I MISCELLANEOUS TIme De-pot Is al 114 Market .U SL T ,nr-. Miw! .uri.
Walton, mind ; in the sp'iere of u*' fulness. occnpymgan honorable I rr It Is also told by every popular Druggist in the ntiand
of that dne 127 Mr. Seward's I TIle surrender of the '
s in the ( 210 Charles rt .
S
goe ut.rt. Grattl.lepying pronunciamcnto in the same sense.It .- post of publ-o: service; endowed with atiilitkcsmmmmvotvmm -, I G'oryts a t/lfe I country
its tribute for Ja'l"n, 203Wasliiiigton. S tescel i. by France S February 6. lsr>!. fritv
412 Portugal is I ITL'
of (the and ask- confirmed The
theo part t) I oy musty anu science, ana enl.r.'(t oy practice .' ,
.
the Giver of all Good 25 and ( his conduct rmsn -- -
continued r'Lmr 18 "Thus. according to Mr. the of application-- puided by the pres is inei'gnani agairsi Frlll'e. ana feTerely ,

in the future that in the exercise of ceaseless holmes, 75 !I Gonrnmut established( by the e\'arJ.men of the system ',' highest standard of propriety and rect tude ; prasci- censure the Derby cabinet fur rot'ifcifer' ijipU.!;i

ii gratitude, we may be ceaselessly growing morevorthyrccijsicntsofthegoodnesmaliowered Calhoun, 8S:3 tion. (' which the country has le\'oll.-I' sing withil* a dlp'hili.t, ani I those moral 1 qualities ing in behalf of Portugal _
grown 1 prospered which the -
i n domestic and socul
hid
'% Franklin, 22'i for I period of eighty, i is at ].i-t to r.latim'I, Lord has I 0..'
upon us.7Zaniaia9 1 prote a failure; and either the y.'ar.South i is inspired; the warmest attachment and won unttrrsalcsteem. Elgin retuiued ]having mails a sati-fae- ] 0 8T: MA I UKS.

that nor own beloved Mate, under Ga.l"en, 411 241- der to the dictation of the North its Mate to 5n-titu surren and oftvLich tlii* lat scene of his, life affords tory treaty with Japan. Trade at (.\nton wall stag .. -
.
S t theguidanceof her able executive and legislative Jh.r. 43 49 lion-, or the Noith i is to legalize and adopt the -i at once the tr>injz< t-t evidence and offers the !>nglitist. nllnt. Shanghae wa quiet I AIJJVU.XIII" .

council* is the (.r sys .iiiOHl chiva'ruus! and enduring example.In ; There .. Briar; J. O. AmUrton, P.rook New York with 66-
Lon 123Wakul
o high road to rrsl'lrt)and dig :82 tt1 negro 6IatrA.lil.t all the influences ofchniftte S relation with thedeceased.. I could not was considerable excitement in Contt.ii.ti- bal. ...tton.III eases loltareo. 194 ilrv hide.
'
; tinction, ; that fdth. peace and plenty abound> ] Ins 42 public 6nt1..nt. and prevent laws. According such my an e-vevt to without the I'rmlt nople in consequence of the presence of the U. S. H. beLt. t inward =a I li-o. fur New Hrn., with 1%>liarrel*
pass
I to this n"ruLtl'ol statesman and leader, away I pints tiirpi'utnir, IX bM. ruoiu. 11 bl>!. pll'b.
within herl orders, Jdr.rbn. 432 votive line ship WlltJush. The
> SO while slavery ti"11( imi Georgia and freedom] in ; the last ofie-rmi of Frie-tidship to the mem Poitc protected on the ground i\ POUT

Tly, with j'amg remi'iivcrne-is that site largely exceed- in the number of her guns I Brip !ampson. Lrnnff: n. F. Na.li.Kan.lall: W. H. >'a h,

thanks is jnyon; and, 7uicken Jtsjoy, the 16 U1 each warring and bullying the other until one or of b. lme years, wht'n life to the write*, was bright Na.li ; 1'roti'uv I hipmnn ; K Iemmn1tomm. illiamn.
the as one to I' lirrmi Brig Marie Louise, KK-ZI, to load with
I other shall MU-render the right Ih.rtk ago hil.TIIJ.I I > waiting Ivbarro -
feast is !'
a rightull !pread in rrchrxsi aid abun 1 r'Jet. o 139 it by the Constitution and which have guaranteed thus far to he now d"I.loe--lllrOvin\| l thus an evergreen on h's: MARKET : _, A.c, tot lire nun

dance. G"tb.r, then close the sacred circle of Hamilton, 283 IH been held sacred by all save 1 l and of fanatics who untimely grave, ',aIO\"d (by mpathy and bedewed Ntw Yor-K, X 0\". 6.-The wilts of cotton teveluy

aome; around the social board le friend bid fiien.] Columbia, :::89 :2nuval would gladly see time[ Very result thej Ir.tc'iz: with He the is tears of "! aiftction. were 5iK bales. The market was depressed], and Wanted to Hire.r11wo .
S to the fean and 364 the downfall of c-ur of( pone to hi* reward. An emanation of
joyful and it will be 359 !system LIKELY NEJUO
L I legitimate -. l YinilY. Virtue cannot die. Middling Uplands quoted 11 3-16 @ 11 71G.- HOYS, fr-in 12 to 14
part of true thaiik"gmng.11mnliytiiny Nassau, 237 63 e The eternal of TIle Flour market JL years of age. Ki juire at THIS OFFICE.Novtrnber .
Pmnratvo yer God are hers !I" was heavy with sales of fl,0<>ObbK
( with prater joy and feasting, but St_ Johns, ISO 6S from TO R&5ST.-An English officer, direct NOUIE 5, 1>53. A. I.. "-. Wheat quiet Corn advancing with sales (fJ.oou '13, 1S58, 46
it is stated
retneniT Orange Paraguay in the New York Tri
>e.ring the 37
always poor whose cry to those 65Volusia bushel Spirits firm.
Turpentine Rosin
"xbo have bune reports that Lopez i is effective Virginia Tobacco.
preparing
abundance n' never ) '1 modesof ITIelaiirlioly
j ( ay L rightfully unloeded. : Death. dull. Rice firm at 3 @ 3J N lIt.

but pecially on this good day. Ah, yes.iiee.l ]'utnal 17 69 and resistance and defence by building fortifications It is our painful duty to note the death] of llr. MOBILE, Nov. C.-Sales of cotton 2,300 bale*.- 200Insolvent BOXES of ilULLI.VS' TOBACCO just
in Alnehun obstructing the navigation of the riveragiinstthe Thomas Baltzell Jr. received and for do brR.A.SIirXEJa
the the
jour peculiar way blessings Troviieaef 3.U 11SumptCr son of esteemed Chief Ju* Middling 11J @ 11} cent Time market favors
< but do it not without having made at least 21:0 approach of the American squadron. He has lice of FI'tiJII. Hon. Thomas Balt'elL The fact Nus-t'tnter-13. 1858. Agent.
buyer 46
one of the poor or di shall Marion, 193 placed chains and boomljfe across, and proposes areas folol well as we have been nile to
trcMt IlaplJ. S jour :54 sinking light! vessels in the.channel in gather 'm: ,lr. Thomas Baltzell Jr., who resided NEW O .LE.\SS, Nov. r..-Sales of cotton 10,500
eTa njoicing be made more So, dear Levy 82 "Mel event at the Estate Notice.
joyous. our 10 Y irs at bale
Navy) he
Ptloeoln. the Middling
Ill 11 .
; our expedition could not wh.rl bet @ } cent* The freights to
J
t fe
t al 13 )MOBILE Nor. 8.-Niles of Cotton
) Lal.-
: Manatee ration together with his wife from Tallahnsoe where he ,
45 W. DEWITT. administrator of the Estate
The Penaacola 1 had been on a visit to his The Middling 11J (r? Hi cents. T),, dewisd isiniproTing. "
Gazette. Monroe. 158 22 --- steamer arrived in ] 'olther'dWiy. 1%. DeWitt, Ute Jefferson coiismt".
The! editorial 'yon defeen e J, lisa filed time Probar. office vf Jeir
StnrJJ'I.t.
of this estabi'alied Dade The KlectlotiM. in minageraent long- Oct. and
12. 30th lay the West
0S Time a Pass anchorf e yEW Ocu\\I: Nov a written that br believes the .
{ ; has Fre.s, in Va./Vpeoks/ ; 8.-Sales of cotton lo-dwy county suggrstioo *
.
paper recently undergone a change. ruLlisbe Petersburg waiting fo the maiU A little daughter of diaries

t ]hal pto fro the hands of Mr. J. McKinley (present I- -,.--_- .Jn'A. ." A follows of the late election in New York : Jfr Hazard, one of the pav> grl. from her were 14.500 bale, at unchanged price Freight tate, notice 15 W.given De Witt to all to be insolvent having; Therefore elainraagaiiist -
Thieve return show We beaten chair on the hurricane deck and rolled to Liverpool 15 :2J. pe-rnxi
proprietor) into those of Mr. for Judge Haw- are in New York Not sai'l Estate
I J. C. lleidelburg. majority simply the when the o\r.ar. j to appear and file the came with
kin of 2,395. Jem.cmti.party-or rather not the gallant and kind I carted seeing XEW YORK, NOT. 8.-Sal of .
That the change has not been for the its old |policy the cotton to day 2rA0 the Judge of Probate t>f maim! county n or before the
leader l..t.r. which, when parties were formed under the cotisti ncC telt. jumped overl>oard to save the little bale*. with a Ileuan.l declining market Middling 14th day of May next when there trill be a pro rats
we apprehend have not been le.ng in dis- *>tate Kleellono. tr.tion and were eardn1 of its injunctions all its lit wa drowned hmslf. in his noble (for ; I distribution of the funds be-loiigio lo ai4 Estate.

Io\.erng. The fact is, iU new editor has mi-Uken There is very little pleasure! in the restraint, rallied dmloratic party... Time cause I the life of Three of the ( trs Uplands 11 MR and Good Middling 11 716e.Nt.w amongst the crrehlors ll>ere<>f, at which time the salt]

I his locality His proper place i is Ja"ladJtl A result of the recent State chronicling The Democracy of justice, of the constitution,. of Jthe. Union, i is and passenger the MaCe alo of jumped the in, and the child wits Tons, Nov. 9.-Tlie sales of cotton todaywere James TV DeWitt will apply for ti* final dicharge
etons be-ate-n. by
I few sve steamer. Mr. it 2.500 bales. the market rlosin" li ,. Turpentine from
week ago he l lipped for a fusion have hewn Balttl 1' Adminitratina of aid Etal
the --
used ed
What supix*' seized with
Ld\t..tD pretty generally we painfully surmised a *
tp. the 'n
Know nothings and Black NEW a result of black crmp ca\ht heavy at 52. Rosin heavy at 1.55. TIIOS. J. C1JASE. Judge of Probate.
Republicans of lie YO K.-11"rga. Black Republican, has republican triumph in New York, when that tri hol o the Mate, but J.t him go at once on l.li MOBILE November 18, 1858. 4ft-6oi
North :gainat. the Democracy ; subsequently h* l>een elected] Governor by Borne plurality. nmph was prospective we accept as one deliberate tld would drown cll unless he Nov. 9.-Sale* of cotton to dAy 3,000

'Lai no tear* to shed ofitr the triumph of the abo The J efri nturp is larTplr rf 20.0 njar : rAnrliiftirtn. HAW 5(5( f_ it n !__. rp n._'_.1....1* Those on the steamer threw rrCenn. chair, bale Middling 11 Jc. Sales for three) day, 7.00U Tax *
,/s Collector's
thf .
p litioiJUtU\ ----..nmy.A" The New York election is the severest blow ropes, etc. to him, but lie tme.1 not to notice bales. Receipt 13,500. Notice.

!Pennsylvania, and at last, as though t .Congress, 26 (Republicans and 'Democrat struck at the Union of these States. It is idle ever to tlem The Mate, w hen he ,'a let go, shoved Mr. Nrw ORLEAMI, Xor. 9.al" TTT1LL be sold bejfore the Court house d>"r in the

rrove Lir3lf beyond the sliadow of a do l.t" a MASSACHUSETTS lia been likewise carried by blind oUllvl to the past I is worse than idle a clsir. and told him to tike hold of it; bales of cotton to-day I t*. town of Montieetlo,oo the first Monday nt February -

S &" man with Northern. principles," be de- the "Blacks." deceive ourselves .t is meaning. A great but Ill mUtt been bewildered from some cause 9,500 Market easier-prices unchanged. in-xt, the following nd.to-wit: the S W J of

KberaKij declares, that if the alternative should In MICHIGAN, the Republican State ticket is State, the greatest amid roost powerful in the con Mate unknown, for lie paid no attention to what the Sales for three da.sSOO bales. Receipts 0,000 4he S W |. Section 6, Towwlip t. Range 4. S
be forced upon us (him) of between theDcuxwratic.and elected by 6 or feercy. whWi ha'i grown rich on the labor of all after said, and sunk. His body was roveet bales and export !SOOO bales.] Increased receipts Isvted span u tt property of L. LipMimib. anti sold
choosing 7,0 majority. Congressional delegation ret hn J.he most commanding position of all, being in the water one hour ant 172,000 bales. to tat'w'y' the 8UU and County and Rmlnmd tax -s-

Republican prie re (It) tkall reported two Republicans and one Demo to a YMt extent the commerce and wealth physician on board U8.J every effort resuscitate Also t time (am' place and time. the S W } .f ihe N

not Jititita't to embrace the laler t ll least iso crat-the latter a gin of al. 6 far as wealth is measured by money vl hm Lut.alas! it was unaemcceesfui-tite- spirit of W J. tba 5 W 4 of S W.Sretiou 19. TownshTp,

tnlr> o NEW u -. .ktD out in favor of a rutlde8 and im tb glant noble youth had gone toa better Illlnot Election. Range K Repnblicani
TIe! Fcnsacola Democrat JERE ( and two placable war upon the constitution and the rights ( earned to the house of Mr. RnfY. CHICAGO, ITor. 4. Tlie result for meniWrs of the Tax AweMor et Collector for Jefferson COL, Flo.
OJWW comtoentin oa the ob-- elected to Congress. The Legislature wis'tele aTh Southern of this place where his distracted November
people hold under it. poor Legislature, as far as heard from is as follorr IS. 1853. 46
I noxioas scutiraecU avowed by I stands thus Senate I A mournful the consolatmn of all' that kind I : .
: friends
and
Opposition 8 thing to think
re- Democrats
it c.mprr. 13. -a sad event t eon sympa Senates-Democrats,UepubJ ean, 10, not heard
piarlj- Honee-Oppotion| 35, Democrats temrlate-hut an event to serious in its pressing thzin hearts could do to comfor her, and attend from IsHouse : Notice.SIX

25 influence upon all that we hold dear .tl btxly of her This youo gentleman .
.V. DELAWARE
antfeacred.
cannot 'upp 6e that th. sentiments elects the Democratic ticket to ofRepressntatves.-.Iieputdicans3-- : cutha after date I thall
In the Gmettt a'o. ed permit our Idly wasting time that abu 24- years of age, we believe, and crab 38, in doubt 3. present my final ae
are by the Individual WISCONSIN-Black ration in LODg t prepa the State birth and voucher to the Uoo. Jud of Probate
raom!KTS t'tthe enteraine Republican thronglwnt for a grief that only wek we gave to. a Nobler son nor a TIme Tribune and t11e- Chairman of the e
know that (Amrrca) party in this city. We Congress-.same us last year. wise we must prepare. and two to th* are a more talented intdIet His body has been sent canS SllIte Cominiltee Republi i Jefferson eooory, as adu>uu>tr tur of time Estate of
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acknowledge !
no Nat only X iuocratie
feoutherncr by birth and ftr those to B. Loeb. lat> of aul eountv. tleeeasud and ask for
ion J stern ]lessons of virtue will Tan"lla8f oar principal eirtzms"followed majority of four in each House a
I .oc can prove I recreant to every feeling of po Richmond njvirer in the of bc\ serve us him to the] boatand their discharge from uul adminintration.
f.'r.the toil of his birth .pk boptlny of the entingnce trial. .rmpthic were spoken WAMIIXGTOX! NOT. 3.-De patches to"the State
as to tmbrac the The everywhere toe the E.E.BLACKI uRN. A lwtV.Noreiober
Black 1 recovery of Clemens, ( Swar programme is war-war ; but newspaper the west
say returns in
Hepublicnp party as the ) w. in a npon our Illinoiindicate
only alternative
far w.uDde they havoflhe consolation,of' 13, :sss466m-
the duel with inlitutoDs. untl t her are ntterfy destroyed. knowing that theireon tha, DougLas will hue
S South in the next Presidential one of the,editors of that At fbI i- r lived a majority of both Houses
the honor
empig"'e last ppr. gage of bottle i. thrown dow There is no an t his Slate and them and his of"thr Legislature. And a Urge of thponulkr t '5
accounts he 0 majority
repeat, the.editor has was snout heroic but sad death was of such Notice
mistaken his rep danger. mitkig it meaning. worthy a son. Tote, over both the other parties The ;

S A man holding sncli otmptS8 lee avows locality., wilt t: Rer. Mr. Dale, people of New York have endorsed it, cccepted u .pa/oL AJaerlaer, JTor; _Z.Eg" Administration vote will only be about three thousand 5 SiXniontb.: from th. fret public.ition of tins DO-
Te Baptist it
I clergyman proclaimed it-in the 1 out of
most two hundred
find Mumlf potent manner and fortytWixind ? igocd executrix of the hat Will
more at hoe among the Grceley ad'hill.rD.1 met .sudden death at & ul. III. Fil- known to a people. "A Dr. ''aD1fk.. i* the thrown. Most of and
t \ slay While n erlng tricks of time officebotJers'ot.J time Itepublican'ticket testament of the late Henry Saxon deceased
: S"ad of the North They, at least l lat resting,Iiis cheat on tbe male1r We repeat-we have nothing to do but Spiritual! in Newark.. ] will present her final aeenant and vouchers t 0 the
A his a* an
foot
will ft*:. toiii views tie hc rtest!. .pplau e. to go off.gnn.and thus .lrp 1 a* to. gD for it will come to thi at la& that our best rf'rt preparations expounder but a committee Je. fN appr TIle following Congressmen/ are electe: Judge t>f Probate of Leon county ansi irk tn be ha
killed
him. will be maniac
; that etete h 'Io&t district .
,
ant
-E. B. tamisaej,
+ i speedily. vres, and the* lie became an expoter. Washbunte, Ri-pablionu, ?,500majority. ELIZABETH SAXON. Cmi'rN.itetmibir -
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A. GALLIE, I I Home Idutr-Revived. AMES & LILY, Co-Partnership Notice. 1 Atlantic Telegraph Cable.-r-At, & CO.'S LotteriesTRIUMPHANT


DR \LltR IN l"HE sill in : '" b \ \ "\ \7 E lo"figtd hare this day f-rmetia CoT 'oj !

DIlY GOODS PRm'ISIONS' II -D.ALEits JI : \ I the name style arid firm of j: A tier ':f llic A'Jfinlif Teh graph CaHc .

HAND-LOOM PEATOEIUS & CLARK I CAN hit SEEN AT THE STORE OKMIEKS .

for lie transaction nf tue (Xotliiny onl Jlt//ult I r pa n follhwfnc Schi me will be drawo by S. Swan

ANDItCERIES patented in 1857. and are now ofTeiing the whob.r Tailoring b"lj"tu. and would respectfully solicit a & GORMAN. J- l Co, I./JAl'rl.Ur the Sparta Academy ..Lot.I -

(; IX: GENERAL. ,I a part of their territory f.-r sale. To any cno dw-irous (.linualion of tllp patrntiaife for the *new firm reCcivtd I -----O- I lei y. in each er ti sir Single Number Lotteries far
of investing capital il.a safe and lurltt busim-s n bv the rncrtiers of it in former times. in
November IS. 1858. 46 NEW GCODS-NEW GOODS. NOYn 188. at Augusta. Georgia, public trader -
rare -- Biiperintiidtncei> *

A.: ((3ALLIFS7VARIETY -- the.whole Slat right.or sell the rght for one or I ,;I' ASA n CL\RKE Clajs 40 Draw on Saturday. tfotmtitr 6. )8 &, .
One if these
more (' valuable lalior-saving ; October 14. ((23)) 18:;a. 43 WATCHES.CLOKS.
Cf't-t; 41 Drives Saturday. jTortmltr IX 1858.C' .
I on ,
is exhibition .
I..me now on at the Shop .f Mr. J I
CASH STORE I rph A. in Tullnhawe, *heie the pubbe Jewelry, Sihcr Varr, ami Fiinry Gwnls.q /
JS in ra'C..il'! of a large and extensive assortment fir i* 1\'II'.m."MI.t.cll and see it work. We say nothing NEW GOODS.Cloths C'la't, 43 Ifrin' on. .i &ibirJ,;. .. A'ofnnbrr 27, 1t 8.

Par Goons.RCADT HABO WARE.HULLOW j in /\or other of superior merit They of these for machinesover I TA.LAIIASS FLAt Cusif'unrrx.rxtings; Clothing, and "HE UXD.RSIGNEI--rtt'f'lt; ? 'ng a large OX TllEPLAJf SINGLE 1uJ/8ERS.
rpmk em-
'. Mf&t CI.OTHIXU.HATS W A"U I ) II\J-lolr t -L
:. selves. DAVIS G'IS'mi Youths' furnishing l.Iid.11 selected stock (If
BOOZER.
d now ei-ivii-g a larue and fresh supply.of I
/xJ> CAPS Qri.i.xs VAII:. I November 6, 1858. 45-3w ARE vaiiety of ai tides kept by 1)iu.gist. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.f I Walchcs, Cloclf, Jewelry, Surer and Plated 50,000 Tickets !

Bcoi AD 8MClf'". CCTLKBY, I > PLASTERS, PHYSIC'ANK.hnd .. i \Vnrc anil Fancy Goods, 5.485 PK1ZK3 ; .

G-R.OCER.JES Land & Negroes for Sale I'tIe. will always find nt tl.is tablith'ncnt a f rPIlE l crmElt. are MOW reeeivin? at the I consisting of ,J XKAHLT OXE miZE TO Jot &f T.tfii tfCKEKT

It BANDIES. | Wi.-r?, |'Au | PORTER a CIDER I IN pursuance of A decree of Leon Circuit. Curt full supply of every thing needed in our line and onns TCRIVS-1 OLD, S1 ,f well formerly selected oceiipie-l stock hy of JOHN PRA- I'' Gents fine GIld ami! Silver Hunting Patent Lever -/ TScJjkHE,.

PURE SCOTCH WHISKEY. the undersigned liberal terms as (Icy fan be had in any Southern I alt.s.i .

A few hundred bushels Canada OATS. 1.1 Plcol3fJ'l'SBo..t" i highlit bidder before Clmmii.iolt1 the "i d Itl.T in t1 Tal- Mtuket Orders by Mail or otherwise promptly at- j G*nfs fine silver Anchor and Lepine Watches, I TO JK DRAWN EACH SATURDAY I.I NOVEMBER!

and Shoes-sold low I by the Package.November r laiias"ce, on M- nday. the Cort.llol"t day VI'fo.bl'r next, tended to and filled with lie fame correctness as if 1 l\LL\ &, 'IITINTEII CllT1IIGI ) < LndVs: fine Gold and Hunting Anchor 1 Prize of .J70.000 : 4 .Prizes of. .?900

.. 1" so.ooo ( 4 .
I=. 1858. 46 the following lanes and belonging to the personally purchased by Customers. To Cash and open} Dill tWO

Estate (.r Da.vid Felkel, .11'calct.negroes to wit : The N 1 prompt time buyers, we feel confident in saving we I FOR [EXS' AND YOUTHS', j Ef'! .-?lt. set of Fl..rentineIlaie Paintings. Cami I 1". . 10,000I .. 700-

S TAT-EO F-F L
2. N & E ; and the R E 4 of the S E J, of Section 25 Cravats, Ties Gloves. Cotton and Merino J Hose. i I Silver: Fob chains. Guard and Vest chains. Indies fine j I 1" . 4.000 ( 50 ." . oo1"

I in Township 2. R'mg. 1, N & Ein Ln county,con- I Uru', ''PAinb. I I Putty j Silk, Cotton Mcrin
{ taming : lre or 11'EI; ru umau. Medicines, Oils. Burning Fluid, i i nut -*, Gold sod l Enameled i'ms and Ear Rings, Gents j i 1 . 1.500 j 100 12S
I I -\ Bosom Pins, Gold Guard. Fob and Fine -I. 1.0030 100
I Charlotte aged about 50 ).ar1. one boy Tuney.aged Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, CamlIJne. i Ridge Uey, I j :

PROCLAMATIONA about 18 years, ore girl H.illy, aged ab..ul I I)ears, Perfumery, I Vanishes. j Glass Ware, A fine assortment of blv-k and C11..rf't Cloth Cas- Gold Pens un-! Casts a large assortment of Fine I II | Approximation Prizes.I .

A ItAV 0. 'UANK'GI\'I\'G, Ione woman Milley aged about 21 years and her infant Fine Soaps I Window Glass silts and Vesting, which they arc prepared to I Gold. arid Silvir! Spectacle?. Gold and Cotal Neckla 4 rl:;. of J10O uppro',. to ?70.00J prize are I.f.(10
I I manufacture to order in the and i C,,, CM r.,.th aud Ear Picks Gold Shies netIll1..kl. I II j I
IJY MADISON S. PERKY child The nl'gtp to be s.l for cash; the land Fine Tooth and Hair Manufactured Tobacco, best most fi.-hi..na- i I 4 300" 25UOU ** 1.2uO.
I cat,h. and the balance I 12 months credit, RiU'hes. Prttmt Medicines. ble stile, and at the shortest notice. Terms reusi-n- I .,, Seals. LocUt*. Charms. Gold and Silver !' 4 200. in.OiK) 80ft.

(;0 VEliXOli OF FLORIDA. i I I ont-lml, per ceut. intf'rl'lt. to be secured bv .mortgage Pain Bruahe-s, Fine Havana SegnM, I able. A liberal discount for ca.h. Thimbles. Sleeve Buttons and Stunts }'.lIe Gold |I II I 4 125" ".000" 600 I'4 4I
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tlu laud. R. HILTON. ) I'It'roIlus&CLAnKE.! ing and Pins, with Diamond, Rui.y, Opal antI I I I "
--- | oa n Surgical Instruments, | Medieiuo Chests, I 4 I ll" 6.00e" 40t>
\ WHEREAS ""-*. 1 The undersigned would hfc I Pearl Set, Plain aud Chiiscd Rings, Misses Ring*,
It IK right an.I proper for States aa I\ SAUNDERS, J1"I suited to Plantation and I rci-pictfully request I 4 :5" Z.600" 300
1 f well as imliiiduaK to return thanks to AI I November G, 1858. 45-tds: Family use. former Customers to come forward at :is early a dayas plain and with cc't.s 14 50" 1.\00" SOO-

mighty God t"r I.i" iuttiif..ld blessings and im-rc-ies, I -ALSO- possible and settle up their old nCC lt.. SILVER WARE : I; 5,000 prizes of 20' 'ltt. .. .. . 100.000
And ir/terra, Th 4th ill' PCKE WINES BKAXD1E.S-for JIEDICISU. purposos. JOHN PRATORIU9. .
Thursday November has I U. S. Sale. Plain and Threaded Table Si ons and Forts, -
been and I Marshals I). H AMES, M. LIVELY.Oct. October 23 1858. 43 .
by usage custom adopted by Mi<*t of the Dest'rt. j I III 5.485 Prizes amounting to.$320,000
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States of the of i"lue.from the 16, 1858. 42 .
Union us H d I of Thanksgiving amiin By.i.1ie TeII
j ; office at in States _. GOaDC (.O WHOLE TICKETS $10; HALVE f 5 ; QVAKTEKS $*!.
:
order that lI"\i.1! day may be observed viili: uniformity I T,1ahns..e. : ---- -- I NE' n Sugar Spoons, Muffard and Salt Aprons, I .
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C..mt FI"li'II.! I
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District
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for of : +
X.rlllrl
throuclxxif tlip United State; TJitrrfore, 1 QUNN Soup Ladles. Pie Kni ff'S,Cake du. Butter do., and ;w4 (' .,: -'wiling tl"1z.11 afUt Utttriti tetil
I. MADISON S. PKIWV do bv this my plhlirflc'amnhon. I I whtT.'in A'I'n. Mcl/fnn, 111 I llulkl. v are pliinli! and Accountant WEBER & DANNHEIMERI Fruit knive. ". ..", to any tmt tlniro../'HJ r"fl it. ,,rftCerfifieates

fet aside Thursday. the fSlh'day orNon'IIII'r. and J.n-1 A. T. Westoii i is .kfrndatit. 1 iI,\.levied up. I MERCHANT TAILORS Silver Napkin Rings Silver Card Cases Porte I -.C'c---

I on and for sale nt rll.iIltM! tl OFFltS ills ____._. ,_
as a day of public Thanksgiving, and re- "il c-xpuse tl. SERVICES TO PUBLIC.CFIIfE M- -- T c o..t, (
TiE .rlifi'IIu (.f PII kt will bl iolJ't ta fihlcw
XM DEALtltS
the first M.M! d.ii! in hccmts ? .
a-k the highest "iU'r..I r n.) 11 WA'RE.Beautiful : 1111/ """ .
spefftfully clergy f all re'igi.iu* drnornina- I! OVFit TflE OF n. siiiEjr. PLATED : I
h'"I,. to OJK-II their H..I stv of \.' h1s. nnd deliver I: !between the bouts (fIl and two ,'d. ct. ". .f..rl tIeC..urtionse I I October 80. 1K5 3. STOlE 44 A READ --JL1/Jl CLOTIIIXG. patterns of Silver Plated Castors, Cake ot Package of 10 Whole Tk-ktt .j! door in /
addresses suited t" Midi mi ..(3-..1. ai.i icqu.-st the 10"'llf loll..t.. Je/f"III [ ANDGENTLEMENS' Baskets. Candle Sticks und Waiters. U U- 10 Half 4WM
no eople. tor the State to lay attdr their u-ual) I CIUhlv. the fallow tug .1.crib.lln.1 ,-" it: All vf 10 Quarter H 20
] avocations NOTICE.SHiNOU FURNISHING GOODS Fine D. R (tuns. Game Bags, l'u-denFlaaks,Shot
S.-eli i.si I 1. S > tof S"'li.II T"\IIip| I, Range 4. I p U .
and in t'.e exercise 1. I 10 .
join -Iigiou of the day. Pouches, Cufi. %Wad and Wire Cartridges.FISE Eighth -f 1Q
.. r.rtitiinin60; Il'
S d l acres or -" TALLAHASSEE FLA.
In testimony whereof. I I"he hereto net my l..r. Jvi..1 I 71. G. GIAllcF. I Cim-car Table and IV.jri Knives with .t In ordri5 TKfir C.'rtfic.-\te! !. f n<5!%>*a the
Iiami and caused to be affixed the great -ealf I upon| as the.pr 'ptty. bf Ili.1 Joel A.T. W 1'I'I. nl.1to ATE Piit.cipd. Musical Instructor the Female without Porks Rodims & \Vo-fii'htis! 1..1..t '.".\ to 'Ct al.lre.ui f r tlift.TiV ordered, 'ttt re-
sold to :$: said writ of fi. fa. to I a !
L. 8.] of the State of Florida. Done at the Ca .it"t. L :1. E"BLACKBURN according J College, I.Ylctlrgl., Virginia and in Atlanta. I SUBSCRIBERS are tfnv receiving Cutlery, RodiT rs A Wojtenbolmes Razors Scissors.Fine !| eript of which t'-.. will han fowarde l by first mail
): U. Marshal.November I J-
in the City of TnllHha ee, this 3rd day of I : I Oeoigia. ; !;! ( ti inform the CmzrN ofTallahaisee. their Store neat to R. II. IWry's Auct \ I China Goods P 'er Mac-he (;;".1s. r\ Pun'ha.'rl"l1I have t'c\ft* i-uJing in any figure they

NoveemlHT. A. ( 15". r. I;:5S. .4-; I that lit hal permanently locateu 1lse1 :I P.n.a well selectStock FALL J W atj I 'Muxicul Instruments tua .1..10.-,:...
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M. So !ERRY. Governor of FlorMa. in this CITY a an Inxtructur cIC the I lEft GOODS, tilal.le for The Lift f Drtwn X.S}S,TJ cwl Pri/es wiI bent
S. Sale. Guitar, Violins, Flutes. Tambourines, AorJeoii., i iD.lllj.1t' ;
the Governor U. I II
By -Attest : Marshals I P1AXO FORTE ((Sill ,/ VOCAL .11('SIr.I : Xl'/BXS WfJAft, te. i ,(- I. pun-Lasers i'linmlintely filer the drawing.J .
F. ViLLi.riM-E.. Se''y of State.November .- of Hsued from th- I I II Purfhaser will *, wrta.iltcirtign.itirepLnn.
and Clolhi ;
I cnrecnting in part of French English Cal :?? plfd
BYirtu Fiom bis in both hranrlie*. I.e feels ( Table Ifats, Backgammon: Boards Walking Canes. |
6. is. ( 4-3t. .(n.-e. of V. 0 "i#ttt r-iwrt at 'all-I I fluent (.r tli PlonIF'Y,ing entire slisf.IClill t., who 01- I nimeres and Vesting of the latest stvleand best quality I House Bells. Japanned Wniters. Feather Duers. : nnd give '.h,-ir Pc".l
I C2J All papers lUronghout tIieSiteepv.: haS'ee. w.fdn! P.ifiik i K Wlli.I.I"1| | i" Ihi'IIiO. 11.1 I any may Which they are prepared) to make up tn order in liaekbI I jy: RememWr that every Prize u (L.;n ..r'payabl '*
: j:ionize hil. He may be found at the <:City Paint Boies. China Setts, Children, Fif'Ling .
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S. D.t W. W Ktik-l.lan.1 are .1r..h.II .I. vied I I Ilolt-l. I a workman like and fashionable manner and on RtAsoNABtt Ac. \ .- in full nithout de I Perfumer dc.
Miss Johnson up"n and will ..xi's.-' f.r sale nt the (''uri.le'ui.e RKFFEREXCES: i TERMS Also a assortment of -ALSO- ::\ltl'rizt's..r? *.,>l>O an-l undt-r. paid immediately -
d.or in the of Montlcrllo: on tile first Monday I /'Jo after the drawing-other prhces at the ucu.1
) KSPECTFULLY inform the; LADIES ofTal.JLX in Deo'-nbu-r t"1 i.ext legal hours. of sale, the Jonv E. DcBosE, 1 ,JUlgf J. W. R\EFC. READY-MALE CLOTHING. I II 3 or 4 Slereoscojies, with beautiful Paintings, time f ,.

luhaspee _inl vic-nity that t-he baa a f.w (A h- following |pr"l.rt.btWl1 t." : The S W i of the S W 4o1S.cti'si I). C. WILMIX: j TIIOMAS J. P1&uxs. I I consistinij!of Fine Back and Colored Cloth Frock fur sale by MYERS A GORMAN.N. All>coinmt.nieution thirty day strictly confidentiaL
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nable INS ETS "II hand, whih rue will fell lit 24.! Township 3, R.inge 4, S & E. containing I JohN S. MAXWELL j I D. B MAXWELL Coats, Fancy :! Business c..tt. Black and i ."A liberal deduction for C,!. I| Address Orders! f,'r Tk-krts or Certificates to
reasonable She i is also i F. FLAC-G, i Colored Raglans and Ovei Coats Black and Sept. 23ISS. S9 j
pi ('' prepared t< d'l all 40 were more or less : Also. one sorrel maremule J. Fancy 'I : :;. SWAN A. CO., Augusta, Ga.
kinds ( MILLINERY .. having known Professor GIANXETTE for Doeskin and Cassimere Grenadine -- -- --- -- --- ,
1. at thort n t.ce uni| r.asusiaeteims : Levied some Pants. Figured '

; and sohdt a liU-rnl thareof patromge.: Or- on as, the and, a two.I..r'"!tone wlg of lie'n Imlllr.dcft'nIJ'IS. up tiiiif. I veiy eherrfiilly r.II.lell l him as a woithy I and FOeSilk and: Cassimere Vests. Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. Z'T..Pers4(n,>ran ti9 resuJingnear have ;ir.ordeM 5l.siilo.iiii-y.filled and AI Ia.,ave orAtlall'
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.It'l 'wIII be received at \h s. A. F. MILUU'S, uoith of prlp'rt Gentleman and an accomphfhcd Mixicinn.JOHN; :
wiit 6. fn.
to sold 'fy .ni.1 .r according to ---ALSO- time Svr.in t Co cither of those
b by dressing S. < at
the Ftm.ile Ac.rleniv.Nurtfnbcr II E. BLACKBURN. U. S. E. r RAIL-ROADS.I \ ) .
I Marshal. DIBOE.Od. I A good assortment of black and fancy silk crayats cili.- '
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G. 1S5H. 45BYEXPRESS 2 1SS8. 43 .
- I .vemlx-r.. 6. 1858. 45-tds. N. D. Fla. : and ties, shirts, merino s'lk and cuttou .under shirt, .. .. I (4TicLei.s fur sale ly; D. \: WS.T,
.. ..
-- Sale of 4 ; | Collars, socks gloves, ic.I 1Io. Tla"/lf.1rr. Fla. .
.
OOOl f-Lad'. 1 1l -' '' y -!: i : .
Notice. I not entirely
The
subscribers are new beginners li t or the numl that Are jlrawD-fcom
: ane :3 cA >er<
FroDI. N"C'V'V' STox-lr. A LL Arsons having claims ngalnst! the Estate of I unknown to the community they pledge Change of Schedule. : the wheel with the amount of the Prize that each

L.IHF..1..1 l Raglan Cl.-aks. I .A.: I)ivid Frlkel. deceased, lute of Leon, county, Gain and IOIeOfad. themselves to give satisfaction to all who may favor ore i is entitled to, ,'iill.| published after every drawing .
-----0O -
them with their
'' I are notified to present them to the undersigned adniini ri. State of florida, p3tromgt.J. I : III the f(Mowing papers: Augusta (Ua") C OH
]fliii. 1\"III"azi. -tnitor witl.in tUe time prescribed by law, or Lewis Curtis and Nathaniel W f'l'tUI Judicial Cir- WEBER, and after SatnrtUy; the ninth October. 1S5S. I *itutionali! New Orleans Delta. Mobile lie"isUr,
Gin .1. Rhine. i ill be and nil indebted } L. DANNHEIMER. the Train will boo ruu daily (Sundays exempted) j ChirlrFton Standard. Xu !!
they ti 11rl; tl,1 are re Thuiston. TruMcei of the fcuit, in Franklin co. -lvi1lt. Gazette A I Ian'a )nMliireneer. -

an.| White Silk Rouches.Ladies quef ted to lIak.payment ilmelialllv.JA I' A)Apalachicola: Ltiiid Com In Chancery. Oct 16, 18S8. 42 as follows : New T.rfc Wt-rkly bay Book, Savann u

colored Kid Gloves.Linen I AdintV.November patiy & - --- Leave Station 3. uHa'r- )Mill 8 A. M. j l Morning News. Richmond Dkpnteli, New York J.-

Trimmings. Mxlc IES.lAIL\F. otCs.l Arrive Tallahassee .. .. 940A.M.l
Miss
1853. oud
(new ) 6. patcTi, Pjutding ( ) Clarion Little Loek.Ar ,
> URSUANT to decree made the Hon. J. J. Notice."IESSRs.
French Lace Circular Ytjii*. I' ___ ___ _n>_ a by Leave Tallahassee ..... .. 9 50 A\. AC ( ( ;.,) True Drmotrat.
** .* Pc-lfliueV, 810 $2O Reward Filltan.J rc.ltr J in this cause, the GWYNN J HILTON are my duly Arrive St. Murks .. . 11.15 A. M. Nov. 14. 1S57. 46-ly

Paris Muslin. I or signf't Re'.i\.r. appointed by lIlt saIl tmdl"1 Agl'UI during my absence from Leave SL Marks . . . 2.15 r. 5!. I ------ -- -- -- ->-

The utiove Article* have been eMe i .av received I I"A A WAY from my Plantation some "t'l public Auction on the lust l. 1 the Slate. 1 II. KNIGHT.Oct. Arrive nt Tallahassee .. .. 340 P. M. I State Lotteries.
A. D. in the of Maryland
Alit f.r tf at D. C. WILSO 'S. i I weeks fince. my servant SANDY of low : : 1859. city : I! 3d 1 858. 44-t Leave Tallahassee . ... list 1'. 3 r. I

N'vsm.r6.. 18. 4: I stature good l.n.king with wlitkers and inustarhes I Land Illonli"l.t.the raid APALACHICOLA I Irircuit -- -- -,- -- -. -- ----- Arrive at Walker's Mill, Station 3.. 5.SO P. M. i -.-

--- -- -- ----- i iiuJ! jx-ihafs I poetrry. about 27! years!L.\XJ of FloiMa. with hingiii the \htH.r. f the Judicial Town '.u1.IT-'e "h"9 9 Connecting with Post Coaches daily to Montictllo I II. FRANCE & Co., Managers,
exception j ni I 1 i 1i i i "
and dances i 1
Silks at Cost for Cash. .f age. plays till 6.1,1" w'I; an I in .the city of Apalachicola. These lands indu.ll 'I and twice a week! to Ma-li>ii, Alligator Baldwin and the Maryland State Lotteries present the following -

WIL>OX otters bisntne STOCK of FANI I t-iu-ed I 11.1 the!iy blatks Kt-rvnnt. I0e etlw latterly rter hn has a wife(-n \ deM>ription ol Soil Timllr. and quality to b I I A Gift with Book Jacksonville, arriving at MonticvIIo on Mondays and i, OF Splendid Schemes *
I DC. as an ; I
SILKS at Cost for C .roIl. .li4itiiivf- i CallV niiHUig plantation. For his appreh.-usk>u iu the StateI I in the Statv-the Sea Bourd offers good Fi I 23 ever 8100. Fridavs, and d parti'ig Wednesdays nnd Satur WORTH FBOM
with? Post Coach New Port arrival .
to which
eries. The Soil is of grade, oflcvs I on of. an Itoln-s a Qmlle, Bayadiere StriHs.Lnise. i will ttu out ol the State twenty d' l- i every pr..prty j -- -- --
| give IJ.lal inducement to this I catainue (>f 60 octave returns bfor< cft-pnrtore I.r Train ; with the line of '
.' l'jailau.1 ttipM Silk.! i lars and Ioatt.LIf, expenses jiaid. on delivery:tome C\.r These Lands form of disciiplhm.Tfie Forbrx Purchase,, OI'Il 1..w. ,',,.I.ripli", ..t..ti.n nnj better rttriclr plgtl..r Mail Steamers between New Orleans. Key West and I j They caution purchaser of Tk-kets to beware of
14 Y.tlitiit.Xoven.IxT .-. I c'r lodged iu Jail so that I can get him. Like JackKUiJa. I part Maixlurd. Hi-tiH-ioul. niographiml. unIt Miixclluiuousliooks I I ICuba ('rlterir.g t Ticket in Lotteries where extraordinary
and are r.old distriVution. by the dectce of the than that of An oilier bonk t-,lnMi'lmnt and intermediate points on the Gulf arriving
If86. 43 ... KUElt: DrTLEILNuveiber fl ) svlliKg I large CupitaU ace offered for a small cost of Ticket
I Court of Clmii-iery. hi tin- country ; also,"11'11; grralt-r jhtUllhlDI than at.and departing from St MarVs.onthe 15th and 2\1.h j jof
1858. all sm-h swindles.The .
T C, 451 j Tit St.James has tVont of miles t,er b,'ft.re outre*!, mailotfi-rr to any ucdrr. month. Should these Jail'' fall I are
> a Sundays
t twenty evt-ry
q. Fresh _____ ____ I I Semi for a Maryland L.tI..riC'113. been in existence
; Buckwheat, IPSC'lTIMiN. on the Sea, and afT.rds safe liea'thy' and pleasantSea B. w. Catalogue. .\x A CO., ruWi hersf. the train will be run as per schedule to connect with I
I EVANS l J' Forty Year They are drawn by State (
a OJicr
I'JEsII | Fiesh Currant Hf. J Fall Millinery.MISS shore res-ldences. The Islands of St George and! n. PRB-TOS. f JM3"ay. New York Citr.Aunut Steamers. i
I be relied
and If draw wilt.
I can on. Prize
\. I, 1-< 6 you a you
I. J"gi! riaIiIi at Dog Ii-land a* o form part of his, property. >- /- E. HOUSTOUN,
e get The whole is flooded wi'h
D. C. LSO.VS. An almost of the forest -- ------ Pres t Superintendent. I your money. country
inerlau"tble supply pine <
H. A. MERSEREAU _
Bogus Lltl'fY'.nl'rIL"Deware of them.
November G, 185S. 4* II I timlx.-r. suitable for Masts and 8p t.arid a general I GOODS. 2f Sentinel, Waknlla Times Madison Messenger i
NW f Order in the Maryland State Lotteries.MAGNIFICENT .
-- IS receiving at the ?EW BtU'IXG. (lr.hlotlite tinder bUlel is found on the bank. and in the vicinity nd Quincy Republic copy till forbid. i

Just Received Episcopal church a ra ltion.LII assortment of of the numerous livers that form mi otht: to I SelL 25. 1858. 39 I[ CniJII.

__ _. ____ _
FALL At WINTER EHY, the Sea through The Forbl Purchase'' besides: a Maryland State Lottery.
brig i SAMPSON from NVw Yrk nnd, per ILI CHEAPJJDODS.
PER- GALVESTON fiom New Oileans: I which she offers CHEAP t the LJies Tillaha-ssee variety of rare timber; as Live Oak Cedar.Juniper Groceries.JUST CLASS X,
and I Bay. Cypress Ash, White Oak. did Hickory.
Frt-th Buckwheat, I SujX'i fine do. "icuitv.. 44tfRESTAURANT The city of Apalachicola is l the Bay of the same RECEIVING TilE FOLLOWING : To ins Jrawn In Baltimore,on Saturday, August 21.1 1&r.8.

O.'hf i Butter. Extra Rr-l>oiled Syrup, I 30. I name at the mouth of the Apalachicola.River. Asa I AM now receiving my large and carefully selected CHEAP FOR fAS/I OH C01TOX.0 12 Prawn Ballots in each Pttkige of2 Tickets, .

No. 1 Micktrel in kitt,I Riblied Sides and Slioulriers. I -- Cotton Port it is third in point of importance on STOCKS of FALL and WINTER GOODS, I Grsn.l Prize of... .(lo.ijwO I I Prize of.. ..12,000
I
English Diary Cheese, I : the Gulf of Mcxi:, and rank next to Mobile. The embracing every quality and style.SILKS T)LAXTS' Extra Flour, (new Wheat) r ll'riMvT. .............. III.D.IO!".')"'. 1"J. ....... 2.UOI ittIIt

Citron pud Currants; | Sugar cured Ham, I rpHE SUBSCRIBER, late of inbridge Hotel Apalachicola River confluence with the : JL Mount Vernon i *S n...... .nr: : I i ... .)

Plants' Extra Flour, I B-ijrginsr and Rope. I JL Georgia permanently located in Tala.I.lstf. Chattahoochee, Flint and other streams, exttnda into Gosl.en utter.rowd..r. I ..' ...... &.NM 2i) 1'rizei of.. .I.U.
& MAXWELL having Silk a L.izf. 'Striped JLoir.Volante 1 ....... 5imo m .. .
CARRELL
I that the interior four hundred miles,aud! drains the RuLs Shot and
.
begs leave to inform the public hal or Cape, .
(Maid & Plain Silks I ... .... 6.1100 211 .... :31
November C 1F iB.15 finest Cotton, Tobacco and Lumber Districts in Alabama CoIJ Rock Potash. .
.
aFirst 'I Quill.Dubie 1 .... 6IHK 148 .... 480
-- -- h lpl"t Georgia aud Florida.; .I I I Skirt Brown, Loaf and Crushed Sugar, 1 5.0IH, fill I
New Books. I Class Restaurant, The Bay of Apalachicola has recently become a I Fllmcl. Bl'k Silks of every quality No. I Mackerel iri J bbls. 1 ::::::-::::: ow., M :. ::::: :
Flr.rina and Marceiline .4 ....... 5is) as; ... atfTO-
point of illreII..d interest from the by the I Sills Candy Nub and I'lfkles, ...... .
receiving n large "Iol'k..r NEW ., !I main Street next to Col Berry's Auction room, ti covery 1 lI.ul/o 4.las .._
Now.) .cl..lill all tie) rf''t.nt .. on where, he will be frepared to fiirni-h Oystersin I officers of the United States engaged in the Cost Worsted Goods : Sperm and Adamantice Candled, : 1 Ie ...... 5rxN> I \l.HO ....1TI

'I, publications, both English) and Amen : the shell by the always gallon to families or individuals. I Survey of a new Channel leading into it. Professor I Cashmere and Delain Robes a Lniize.I. Burning Fluid I :,!< TriZt... .....amounting to....,.....$301.000

can. boiiml in ery vaiirty of tIe. Gift IVn-ks and Shaving mi'de open to Bachu, of the Coast Survey reports from twenty Vr.lante. Wine and Cider Vinegar Tickle tin. Halre $5.Quieter $t.5O,Eighth |l.tt.

Annuals in biii'liog. and l of I permanent arrangements one to twenty two feet water in this Channel at low doulile Skirt, Snuff, B tiles and Bladders, Certiflrite ol Tarkage of 26 Whole$500.00III
SujK-rb a .rgtUpplV be Ousters. in all
supplied "itl Iam. ItllanJ tide." which would abou; twenty-five or Citron and Currants, Soap'and Starch. )>. .lo. 24 II.!".......... T9.bO
give twenty- and
Bibles an.l iKDOfOALLA IlOBbY. Black Challies, .
Prayers. other well arranged and Bareges .1.I do. 2SQns.o-i-,.. ....... III.CoII
November C', 185R. 45 .D.lnett',1 artieelUllly bous. will be enabled f.o furni h I six feet at high tide. This. makes ApalachiColA thebest Poplins' and Meriiioes, . w.LDNIs'&co.O'ct. do. d\> 2'iI l1tblt... ....... 19.73
__ ___ ___u__ suppers nt the shortest notice and in tie most improved I Port on the main land on the Gulf of Mexico, Sold colored Catfiincres end Del n3, 16, 1858. 42 0'
Pensacola, and fully equal to it. Another ----- -
except Scotch Plai ls, -------
Designing devote entire time HAVANA PLAN.
Stationery."TUST style. t my circumstance, to exercise favorable influenceon
likely a tint Bombasines
Alpaca's HardWare.CHAINS.
and t.1 this business, I thai I w ill receivea
trUt -
energy -
received Reams t.f A i is this sale of the Forbes' Purchase 1
5OO Paper including ev- palahienl. Dt-lains at all .
share ot public patronage. the the Figured Jritls.Sundries I 'IRACE Planters Stetl Hoes Axes, Tint it Ike oliltaoJe nf Da'airisg-Prilzes i" ou
vaiiffy of letter. Note. C.ip. }"ial Cap illan.1 .. Land. they surround city fronting on coast
Liquors can be tlinlby the bottle, out willunler : ; JL Locks Screws and \Vlicd\ ,TirLett I'M another.-Ettry 14riu" .
Folio '(, Ladies Bath gilt and ungilt and Commercial for ighty miles and extending into the interior abut I Hinges, Carpenters' Tools
consideration be retailed. Also a first -
Not. blue ,'hitt nnd colors, every no quality the same distance. Those lying in the Middle English 't.nnft. Belt, and Trim- I for rale by W. L. DENNIS & Co. Jh-aic ont.rnzKs .
as".tl. JAMES ROOERS.
band.
style and size. Elnl"pfio puit.McDOUGALL. October spgar always 30. 185R.on 44 cuit are under decree and advertisement of sale! and I Black CtpI. I I Ribbons I Lloyd_ Oct 16,_1853.. :__ ririBLK M rci.u, wrrnori JKV iorcno,

& HOBBY. amount i.i the Aggregate to about one million four Rilbona.'nrk A cord Silk Fringes Maryland State Lottery.

6. 1858. 45 huinlrcj( thousand n'rcs. Ladies A Gents Kid GloveCrlcll'1| New Hats !
For Sale. EXTAR CLASS 0
_Xo\'cmLr ___ u___._. _-_ The OeklocViiee Sopcboppy, New and Velvet Trimmings. lot now riI ,
Crooked I ITapscl Butont. opening by I .
LARGE Tobe JrawnltrBiltirw-e,MiLS torJ Aug. 23th,1383.
subscriber offers for sale his EXGIXE situ Rivers, all well timbred. fl -w through these lauds Silk A Worsted (llon ., A Buttons, I W. L. DENNIS & CO. 5 7
Cigars.rOOO THE It is I and connect, through. Crooked French and YANKEE' 20.165'PriJH I 40.000 TICket. 1 IIVe .
at a power by lideattr River Eugenic I ; NOTIjX Oct 16, 1858. __42 ._
CIGARS just received. Engine, with a superior Grist Mill attached Also. with the, Bay of Apalacliicola and with the Apalachicola I Corsets, ----- --- -- \ would call particular attention Lit the following

MtDOUOALLAlTOBBY.Xovctnber a circular Saw and all the nece8sar."hafing and pu.ii. >. River and its triJulari's. concentrates at this I! Hoops Skirts : W. L. Dennis & Co., I splendid scheme, a package of (6 whole ticketscosting'ouly

6, 1858. make and to be point of f SO-HIM! every other ticket being
4 It i is of Bentley's war:1teJ advantages procuring every description
Store lot of Salt Flour Seirars, Rice
Crown Bustles, Coronation Skirts, a I I
- ---- -- inferior to no Engme in the Southern Termseasy. ship timber naval stores and a general lumber busi : HAVt- warranted to d/aw 110. determined by tI.. cum
country. which offer low for cssh '
Gold Pens. R. C. WILLIAMS. ness unsurpassed in the United States. These allI I I Extension Steel Skirt. Cruvelli Balmoral Skirts : we cotton her c1rl'i g'IICapilAI Prize, whether odd oeven. %
Cruvelli Childs and Misses. or Country Produce. .
1858. 43 vantagi, with the facilities affordnl by so fine a harbor ,
Oct 23.
with) and without l.andU-s. just Lloyd Sept 25. 1858. S3
EVERY KIND and the ready access to the markets"of Cuba. New Mantles and Cloaks : -- -- 5LYXDID K1UH1.: .

MCDOUGALL d HOBBY. I Orleans Texas Mexico and South America, should f t........ ....
NEW GOODS. Cash AdvancesJADE rest-( $V 0.iO 4 proxinutBlo. lo $2145
Plush Talmas, 'Colored Cloaks, I .
November G. 18:3 45 1 make Apalachicola the first lumber mart iu America. J ..... injioo 4 '.'. 1055I
-- -- --- _- ---- and Moir Antique and Velet/Back/ and col'd .la ..... s,ioa *. ... M
now receiving a large carefully scleeted Rlanl.- on COTTON Ehi1I1Wd to i.ui n in
are '
i; The sale is under a Decree of the Court of ChanI fri .
"TE ...... ._.
Mantles Worsted I I !.IIIII) 4 01
Land Sale. GROCERIES, and Fall and York. W. L. DENNIS & CO. 'I
Stock I is unconditional and without reserie.TKRMS I I U ..... i.IIIIO. ._. tJtJ
Winter DRY GOODS embracing every style and I c.rV. -*One third of the puichase to Cloth Talmas I Lloyd. Sept 25. 1858. 35 I ...... IJlIOtt
rj"IIE undersigiietl appointed by a money .
C.nlli"i..rl. b ...... 8 ...
,
this DO
wanted in - 1..lf.
J. following quality markl'tGHOCEIES in cash the balance in one and two i: Laces and Embroideries : .
( .- .(.t Leoii CI'lir fell IIIt usually I paid "(18. I ....... :ssl
W.
lan.U I Iin. ; in JA'"" county, b.-l. iging to the Estate &('. equal instalments, with eight per cent interest from Valencienne Collars andMourning, Coil's A Sleeves L. Dennis & Co., I I I .. ..... raw.f a __ .o.

..f FrnUin r Cmmartie/decraseil. t"'wit: TheS I Onion. and Java Coffees, I date ; titles to be made by tie Receiver when the Sleeves, I tEmb'd ."T | AYE in Store Oi-naburgs. Kerseys, liUnketsJLJ. I 1 1- .............. 445)5 ecfs ... :0

W i ..fN E }. nn.1 be S \} of S.- tj'n 13. L-t luttlles Cracked Granulated .t last payment is made Maltese Collars SleevesEnglish! And Freach Em- Hat. Sheetiu apd -birtin .. Forsalecheap.Lloyd. I I U ...... 2110

X. 4. in Fiacti 'ial Steti.ni 2 .n.t l I lln'! .. 5. all I I Brown Sugar. Persons desiring information either: ns to the property 1101lIt..I1" broideries Sept. !5. 1JB5S. C9 I I ..... tisf 8 .' r.o
: 1. ___ I
CII.t. U ...... ........ ...
.
the titles bill to the Sohci- { IIM 1W arw. 11t.\l1I1"
andribbed. ,
in :t. Rung': 1. N tt E. eoiitaiiung a Towl"hil lai"> SO,000 ** ..... 1".1'9... ...... .tflOoot'
will sell!I ,..id Imids to the highest bidder ,I Driel Apple?, tors in the cause: I Linen I Uimds. For sale -
Whole Tickets 110,Ualrc* $\QorUr ti.90
bf'. the house door in on Citron, Ac, Sugar Cured H mi, D. P. HOLLAND E.>q. Quincy :
C.'nr Tal"hI..e. Hollow-ware and Iron by
: AT
!. i I. Fall & Winter !' AILS ; A Munizm'Cvrtifiratr nf F ekajp* 14 Wholes, where
!Hiday the filh day of Deeenshtr nt'xt : : -OiieIialcash. English Dairv Chdwe, Pork, LarJ, ke. R. J. FLOYD. F.. Apalachicol I' Clothing i> W. L. DENNIS
and the tml'lC on' 12 mOItIl.cr.ht with I Go@h.u Butter, T. J. EPPES. E8. HATS CAPS, 39 ; <|.K it,,. 1C Halve*. II...... 4u
Those desirous of find a good I. rffSJ IAoydSept.5,1S58 __ .. oil .lo. 16(iii.rtr (1.1.! .. _.. M
8 by per mortgage Cnt. interest ou the r..m lan
thousands of The Receiver will Staple and Plantation Goods :
SAUNDER3, )t -ALO including acres. give I
The Managers h-ivclieen eotnfielle from tli. ncmerons -
R RCH.. HLTO J r Cm's J I A small but complete assortment of got Liquors any information in his power t those who write or j Blankets 'rinh, ',T7OOD> and Willow ware suit Crockery, bv con)jil.iints ad 'to them of ut'ifailhfiiliieM
W. L. DENNIS ct CO.Lt"
November 6. 5-tds! J embracing. Drhcli Gins (holland and. go lo his office at Apalachicola. I Plantation erse)5, ,Giigi l amll .' ; I on the part of there who have, been attending to fi*
1838. 39
London PorI CHARLES I Sept. 25
--- -- - -- Phihpy.) Monongahala Whiskey Cider, ELLS Oell. ia" Plantation Russets filling of orders to resume the eorrespoode'cerf Ju.i.i ii i-
I tcr and JefiriesSpHrklmg Ale. Land Sale. Je aoTe cule. {I For sale i i ness rued iii their own name.
I -DRY GOODS October 2:, 1858. 43lltSheriff's Blue Denims TVced"Satinci, d KenChoektaw i r1r Order Tiekets (rom the Minageu oelyv

; M"MIE u11lrgued; Coiiiitiseiswro.) ftpmited| by aJL Osnaburgs,Georgia Plains. Wool and mixed --- Sale Stores, tUl'ky Jeans, BOOTS Shoes and Saddlery. ,. Address all letters to R. FRANCE t C>,.
decree of Leon Circuit Cuur will 6el the following | Kerseys. Mot.a'k" I.illllI". W.L.DENNISL-CO. MJ.
Cam- I Baltimore I.I
Mus de ,
) lands belonging to Iatp wf John S. Wil- I j Lil fBlllk ts. Je L"il"s. 1st MONDAY in DECEMBER .NEXT. Marlborough h Ii naida.'White and Reol flames Lloyd. Sept 25.1858. SO __ I
I ,' Ac. Tweeds and __ ____ : March ?, 1858. 10lyBilisborough
'.n(.drceiscd, Ul M ludatle Sib day of D -eember.1S5S 1 Jeans and luserJ.iii.f8 virtue of two writs of fieri facias, issued from Giasgaw Ginghams. Bagging and Rope .
Edgings -
1------- -- -
.tu the highest) 1,1.1.I.r. b fore .the Court house II Kentucky .. French I BY office of Leon Circuit Court, wherein nr..wn slid DIea Car.lon Wood Ware. For sale -
LoU Nos. Am..trD PrintsI flerk' flohiow Wart MilACADEMY.
of : ((6 Flanntl ,
lli.r iu the .tty TtJala"t t."I il plaintiff and Wibiam Germany I Bagging and
and 7)) 61X and .v.'o. of Serti'ii ((18)) -igh- I A* EXCELLENT AO&nD'OF KidoVr and Elizabeth oe Cr7I "Jdeiendants, I have I Bro'n and. Blue DomestkscCrock.ry! ROPE Twine.W.L.DENNWACO.. .

((-ft in TuwiwIJp :2. R.i !?* N.d W. near Like Gct>U BooU and Shoes, )1 ale, withio II I' M Sheeting, Ha1'J'ware. 'I. Sept. 25,1858. 89 I
1 I
!
and M oy __
IfiO.acres more levied upon expose legl TIed tick Iron Stee'arid tails _. ::1 _. _----
Jackson. in Leon. eiNintv ; .lltlllll I: -ALSO- door = the Clt I | f\S JANUARY lwlftli, 1859. a MILITARY
iD front of the Court house
orle.s. TERVS- ....lf
uiunths creJt with cent, interest and Dif'lo 1838. 38 I C nn-Jer the conduCt of C. C. Su-
12 per nftrery kind qiality. thc following described property t.w.iL: a vrgro I nt1P. FINE lot of Havana JSejurs Mod Tobacco. Capt. Tow now.

R. R HILTON. Com'S Clothing and Genls Dress Goods. man named Lewis, aged about 35. Levied.upon,as the Thief! A W.LDENNIS&CO.Lloyd perhiteiv-!ent uf th. Iat. Military Academy At dj >-
RICH. S.UXDER f defendants and be sold I II. I Arrest -j i 1 lumbia, S. c. The dwdpliue aDd course of studies
and ; of said to Sept. 25, 1858. 39Notice.
November 6. 1858._ tJNotice. __ P nta-Clotli, Doe Skin Cassimere: 1weed the p"fr'y of fieri facias to law. t A MAN calling hiMisel.'JESSE: GRANT.left tie -- will assimilate tu thOse of Uie South Carolina an|

C ats_- do. do.Plain Scotch.do. Satin and doV..t Silk I. etily ,'rt B. S A aC.r.hn. Sheriff.BT Jneiichborlwod of Newport on : ? 'wwUeth ult i I Virginia State Military InftitutwM. lb rt will W

do JOHN H. Deputy Sberift taking with him a valuable MARE about -LL or ;. but one vacation :in the year.
Wool Silk t Cotton,
Uuder hirts-M"rinoes. Lambs': < RIODE UNDERSIGNED desires to inform bis old
For address th. .!
'l'lIg ,
Oct. 30. 1858. nine years old. a dark bay in colts, with one while particular undersigned at -
FOUR weeks after date. I shall apply t the HO' Liuen Bosom Shirts Calico and Cotton Shirts, ot-td. hind foot belonging to the Estate of Sype Smith de .L frieods still customers, that be has removed from bi.H.C., until January lIt, after that date at HiH.-

: of Probate JettVron county! fo an order Pure FIx Marseilles: and Linen Shirt Bosoms, Notice. ceased. When leaving he said! he was going to Gads his OLD STAND and joined Mr.JOHN PRATORIOUS. -i borough. N. C. C. C.TEW.Oct. .
f. the ale of the fallowing lat.d be- Cravats-Plain, black and fancy Silk. will be his OLD PAT
and decree den county and is supposed to have gone tu West where he pleased to see 9. 1858. 4MOtr

.. ., tip the Estate of Nicholas 0. Fen.l1 late of hATS Jf CAPS. '-m Floiida. Any one who will arrest the said Grant orree.'t'er KOX; and will be morft happy in IPS business conoectiop -- -T-

"id county deceased,t.i-wit : Lots. N..t.Western. and| of 4 the tC A good aunrtmentofgeutlcmene& boys',last styles.SADDLERY. Annual Meeting of the Su kbolder> of the the said Mare so that the owner can get her, to execute all orders with promptness, and he t I-I : .. For W r
Fractional Sectioo N-.. H; Also the THE and ai Lopo to the Mtis&ctioa of all parties. .
will be rewarded all l.
}; dv. & Railroad Company will liberally expenses < -
Georgia
*
%V \ of the N W 1.(.(Sec iouN.i. IS, nil Township CUL1'R ft.A1 information of the said Grantorthe t ASA B. CLARK. A LIKELY NEGRO BQX SO leaN IL H-
toe 20th one having
oflli in the Town of Madison Monday Any
held
be any
of on
iu all 320 acres wbidfcwe prices cre. be wen at th. Cjtj JloteL to U.L. .
2 of"Rauge 4 N with the deficient and sandy of ibeCotton December next. By order course 1m has taken. will confer a favor on the $ .
the of Mid Rutgers,or to S.S.Knight.Ew. .
rj'ore or less. To be sold \IIY debt creed .pectfully. .F.H.1'LAGO.' Secy.October undersigned by writing to l beT at Newport Florida respectfully requested.ta call and settle at es early
F.ute and fur distribution. Crp CO. OR AJTT.- as possible. .f ,'. .- j J S5E CARTES.
A. Admt'x. MoNAUGHT, ORMOND & $ IU8. .4. ELIZABETH. a day TahldutiseSi1.t.4i5 ,$ .

N.. mln'r.'1 JULA'1M. .FENEL. NewpoetFla.Oct.5.hSSS. 40 X: Sentinel and Madi ; copy. October SO, 1858. 4I, OctoberI1$5L12- i I" t, : .>. : r. I 1i, I 51

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Floridian:: : & Journal I I NEW GOODS -I fHEOUGH IN 46 HOUES Lands for Sale. WILLIAM[ P. SLUSSER, Tallahassee PUN e.siz Heal:: Estate


-AT Andrew S Cern anl"tl.ers. 1 Slate .f lint i. T TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. :r r.ree its c?m It published every SATURDAY, byTIES THrASH t*. I da. Snr.iT JNp .. J of tl Middle
I MidleCircuil. MANUFACTURER OF CoppKn.Tis All r. urfge >e Circuit Florida. \iv
s. JONES & CIIAS. E. DYKE, I I Lewis Curtis A Nathl. Tliurston, }in >.con County. bios WARE, WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL Chaiirtry sitting, will be sold on 1l e first j;. ,< \
SiGfEIN G. '. I II Trustees ,. the A'palacbicoln |Ilu Chancery. JAPANNED (the sixth day) of December next at Uw Court hoii,
At Two DOLLARS per annum 1 id advance. I I f. I Land Company, and others j DEALER l: PLAIN- FANCT .AND : in ThIIaLaitece. Toj L T No. 118. North *,ihM .

.. I UI.i PURSUANT to Decree. rendered in this cause, WARE. I! ef TalUhawce; being the lot on which the Mc'J.O'P.'
TERMS OF ADVERTISING. -- 0- A JL the Subsetitx will sell by auction at the pin Stove Hcnd-Qnnrtor? i ProUftmit Church it rituated.

_ _ One square bf 12 lines.. leI'S.fir.t insertion $1 00 LATEST STYLES ron U s. ct-a mil ti I oct herein specifier ni the lands belong- A SPLENDID assortment Cwking.. Parlor ; .TERMS :One-third cub, tha balance on a r-e;<;t

each tulisequent ill< I insr to sail Conipiinynibrace,l i.. TIt Forlf Pur- XA and.Wo. {>d I States, trimmed with ueatue" 1 of one. two and three years the purcL.ivr ctvjrnotes
Professional Business Cards inserted at?10 per FALL AND WIP TERi ; cLose," and I lyllig: in the ..Ul.t., of Lewii. Wrfkulla.: : and durability: ,at reduced priees. with approved tecuril) fur lie defcirt' r. \""
Sen1cek1y Gadjdefi and viz the lainU ments. \'getLr'1filh1I.
annum. Liberty : lying in the \ mortgage on tL. v.r<
rn'v : i
Advert iements not marked with the number of 11tly8 .it 10o'clock J| first tw.laml'.I..uUifs will-be sold at TALLAIIASSFK. Out Door IVork. to pav for title deeds.JIINIL'S '

jfleitI.wIC will U continued until forbid and chargedaccorng. SILKS A.l DELAIXS, a. ir>. : on the seventh((711))mla+ t-f D. (cemlier. lint those: Roofing. Ornamental Front Heads. Guterin Cop L. TAYLOR. Sied.,! )b,-. r

I ly. and Merin', Cloths and Clothim., Lcaces ClwUauJIl Tuesday's and Satur i ilay's l Iin in the 1 last two, w be evil at Qui.vcr, on the i ifotiticivitli per and Tin Conducting Pipes. Sh.e Lead SepLll. 1 158. 31
Pnplinn
J3f Certificates! of publication of 1.a 1 or estate Val ntias and l Chalbes, Dnnirsticii and Prints'. ( after the arrival of the Steamer fromApalachico'ui "i ; ((14th) .1..y"C December nfxt Lead ipl. Patent Cistern Pumps. Sbopneik Insolvent
fee is Estate
_ until the advertising : do55 ct notice. Notice.
be
9, n I ;"d.I. Stage fromTallahassre extend from the St. Marks to tii' Ap..lachir"t Rivers I Iorcliaiils STATE: OF FLORIDA, ) -
; Blankets.and and Country
Kerse.ys
city
ErtoruiJerit and d l"Ii"ry., Hat and Cups, Fla., and Bainbridge; Ga., ; tlu-y exhibit. every variety of tilu..r. inligetuou-i, : EFFERSO:: CTiTr
BLACKSMITHING Cloak IX GOOD TM'0-JWiSK HACK! I a to this latitude ineludiiur c"urf'.lh'e oak.)press Are respectfully invited togisa me I call befoie purchasing T> W. KD\YAUW.! SI.rri.TanJ A'nJ.Lsii! : .

; BOOTS A."l SHOES, nnniS LINE is w in tiret-rate order. The wnoleJL ceilar and juniper| ; the soil is adapteil to the growth I elsewhere.jjf i, JLJ. ex ofhcio. of the F..tat4'"C Jr, >hn B. $e-tttt. mt.-
.to.--O- Carpets and Oil Cloths 'Iron and Nail. S'ock bas Wen rIP.'eI. with new nnd comfor- of grain, C.tto-iont and shirt staple, tublrl ant I N. B. All articles manufactm: from the very of J.fT.-roii county. .deceased hue filed iu the r" ,
and Paiuts and waters iilxiujid.in, fi ''i. l test materijil ard warranted! durable. No other artj l 1"'It. -tlire Jefferson
_ -iji v i is hereby given that I CVruices Cut tains, Oils able Hacks. The Driver are careful, soler and ac- sugar-cane. The 11 I county a written *U""eJ.i,
5 gi.*Sjpr NOTIce [.! BeP *!-, Hardware an Cntl4'rt Hiesnng and Rope commodatin A liberal allowance of baggage allowed est with materials! for ship-building and naval! stores. ]II will be offered for sale. that be brhev. the I K:,Ute of JcLn B. Scott, t" i.e

K Sff SsEss will be continued heretoI dockety Iml Gass ware. S.It. and JIlh. to each passenger. 2'ERJSOnetldnl ol the purchase money to October '.W. lS3. 4: iu.'M.lvi :

f. re at the OLD STAND of D. C. WILSON, in th" GROCERIES AND FRUIT. = J ,, b paid in cal, the balance. its one and two years --- \\i nts;Sjrnps &r, Tb Ti-f..re. notice is given to all persons lunar
and firm tf AG ENTS : equal instalments wiib. ight per et nt. interestfi.m claims rainst MM: E.fatefc to appear and file th.
name, style A gt'oerall"ol tment of the above articles hoW taming date of titUs! to be made by the I ReCeiver came ti itb the
At Milton, J As. A. Cuarri. ; purchase ; -- Otard Urandj, Sparkhi.igC'.Ier, Judge Probate of said count v. '*;
H. B. Fitts & Co. into Store and offering at Geneva" .-Ia W. D. MONROE, when all the purchase money" i is paid." OLD Port, OIl Pont Juice, : or lfvrrthe 24th day vfJannannext, whet,'ther.

LOWEST CASH 1UCES! I Campbtrlton, J. W. SMITH, The sale will be positive aol without reserve. Madeira, Brandy Cb.r lea, xi ill be a pro-rata distribution of'the funds brl.w ipn*
Grateful f'"f lh. pMronnge. heretoforextended them, Mariana, W NICHOLS, JOUr BEARD. Receiver, Ac. I Sherry, Sardines, tn KiM! Etat among-l the creditors thereof at
.I they ar< now Ittter l'r"l'"rl'd. and detertuiueJ to FUR CASH f>n ITS iQtn-: AI'NTS : Chatab.oclte. D. COLV.: Tallahassee, August 1858. 35 I SparklingGelatino. Preserved Quince, f I which time the sail B. W. Edwimb wiilrs. fv>:

i'? SPARE NO P.1IX9 COU.TUV..IOIUCC, Passengers can taken through with certainty *** The following pap"t are requested to publish Flavoring Extracts, t r.ou, his flied dFsebarge from the'.r'! : : \ sniU

-OH- secuiify, and with mf.rt the foregoing once a week until the 7th day of De- I Yeast Pvwders, TamnrmJs, Estate. THOMAS J.CllACE,
en their port to jiecxmnwdBt( all *ho may favor GEO. D. FISHER, Prop'r. nud Con'r. ceniU-r next, and sond bills to the ReceiverM.'nt. Spanish Olives, Sprf.; Judge of Protau.
: them with their patronage.SUCH. Ba:1Jab1c: : Paper.tEOltiE I June 12. 1858. 24tfPLANTERS' Foolery Advertiser and Confederation ; Columbus Com Stanch. Pickles. July 17. IS5i. CsMiin
AS \\'. SCO'lT. --- -. .- --- -- .- ----- Times t Hentinal; Macon Telegraph; Augusta Contitutinalist Worceetenshire Sauce, Salad Oil, :-'-

I t Sept. 18. 1858. HOTEL ; Savannah Georgian and Republican English Mustard, Capers, Plantation for Sale,

Horse SlOeinIroning and Re- --- ---- I I Charleston Mercury and Courier ; Wilmington Journal Claret, CIR. SITUATED in Columbia county. State of florida,

r pairing; ; Carriages and Buggies cf I I ; Raleigh Staullai; Richmond Enquirer; Tallahassee AMES A.LVELY.Januuy mile* Situthof Al'li-ator. It consul*
O RICHASON'S Newport Times Rejnib- 5, 1856.Liver. of four bondred acres of fine Marl
1' 1'ldnta'ion work of ; M Tallahassee Fla. Sentintl ; ; Juincy __ _ and Clay Lan.L--
ereriilfxrriptio'Hj : : : ; lic ; Columbia Sooth Carolinian, and New York There are all necessary Building on the place; a great
I
Journal of Commerce."SCHEDULE. Stable. many other Improvement have been
and Sale
DIAPERS mathand
: Mitt Irons ami repdirins same, IroningVa\ DASK ; & THE 8U SCRIEI would respectfully inrlrl OFTRAINSO --'- of the land now in cultivation.! Constant Water a pail.
': and Carts, /CONSUMERS of RICHARDSON'S: Lintn In,1 thom public generally, d- E undersigned gives tinice the Land for man and beast. .u
gnus \_) desirous ol <.dtuiuiiig tingev.aiae <1 es1s, should above well-known HOTEL will be opened on the : THE 1"1 Good titles! WIU be
other diwiription, "f work male of I that be has por1 \'. There is al"! > a Tract of
an-1 in fact every goHI hammock
see that tie, urticlrs purchase ale sealed witbtbe second day <.( August He invites the attention a : ad
Ir'n "uJ teel. all) of which we WASRAST. and pledyeir ( full name of the they. I of public to its net FLORA BAIL EOAD. _. chased the Livery Stable If 1' joining the same which can be purclu sed Any oo-i
>: elve# to excute at the sl., rtett notice. frm.&Cl.RD80Y t1. William II. Newsomjn Tallahassee,to wishing to settle in this Comity would do well U
fOXS & OW DES. for their .eoomntoaatlOS. good will of the establishment, and that !
H. B. FITTS & CO. FaritPI I give me a call. as I will give a bargain in
place
..a .*- ...uiimy ol the It immediate of the desirable to the business all its I my
Q1r vicinity most carry on in I.ranhf. [ Any information can be
given,
.C -EdJ.21 J}. __ Goods.This 1 prpnre by addr-ssing me a;
caution is business portion of the city. presents I fB. promises the p.blc with good accommodations : IVtenuggee. P. O, Columbia county East Florida
essentially
United States Mail Line r4'nlfrf1 necessary 8 LEA IQ his Hue on r & terms. '
,
of nnd drfwtive VPERIOR INDUCEMENTS ODfble i (I. II. 1\ COLLIN*
quantities
large inferior Iill.19 are ( RICHARD SAUNDERS. ISep.6,1856 i 1 June 19. 1858. 55
,)
-0)1- and sc-uled I the the traveler of business i in I "I
I J.r..pl"l..ad.18f..r s..a")1 to or pleasure: In.1 unsurpassed 55
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_. KEW ORLEANS: TO KEY WEST : .ardol. by Iri>b Houses who, regardless in all its appointments for the enjoyment of N arrival of Steamers from Charleston and Savannah I Notice.SIX -

-A X 1)1X7'I'RiIEflILiE of tli.injury thu inflicted alike on the AI ntliconsumer EASE AND COMFORT THE LUXURY OF I connecting at Callahan with Stage for
HII FROUIDA PORTS, ti ill not madly uband-41 a l,u!inCfS, S., p ofitablc. GOOf LIVING. Staee for TalUdiassee ; at Tai Bridge with Stage FUTON and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Prolmte

COSXICTKB WITH THE w bile purchasers ran be imposed ou with Ouo of a (Oz- HIS TERMS are MODERATE. for Middleburg; Inlal' 'arke Stapes fer New- F1a. for Jefferson county, as administrator of the E-lato'
STEAMER IS A DEL worthless ulr"I..r. $ nansville, Ciaitisville, Micanopy, FIemiugU, and UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the of John R. Blackledge, late of safd county. deceased

p rOH HAVAXA: AND CHARLEbTOX AT KIT Wt&T. J. UULLKC.J. B LOtKE. Agents C. HOWARD. FISIIE1I.July Goals.LEAVE. JL public that they have associated tbemleln.in I and ask for a discharge from said administration

I Church St., New York. 31, 1858. 81-tf Staric Jally (Sundays excepted ) on arrival business, under the name and style of i! THOS.O. ODER Admfr
... '
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Sept. 18. 185" 38-Iv > -- ot Stages and connecting at Feruaudinn with May 15. 1853. -rn
TilE SOUTIIERNSteamship. ; Steamer for Savannah and Charleston, 0: Monday., Cardr, Baya &Co., -----
-SELECT-SCHOlt( 1--- DENTISTY.DR. Notice."V"OTIC
: Tuesday Wednesday and Ft idaw. for the purpose of following the trade Founders and ;' .
/ 'R Company : THE SUBSCKIBER hr\* leave to inform the cit- ; A. H. COLE, Sup't.May Machinist,and are prepared to execute all kinds of I! Ei i is hereby given that six ni.mi after

_ OF SEW s-ak ORLEANS )..f Pallah.issee and vicinity, that th."sr.cies "\"TILL- continue, future, I, 858. IS work appertaining to this, blrf! Steam Enjjsnes I _Ll date application will be made by the subjeni-
t.ik the mail for of his SCHOOL will, be returned on MONDAY, > V tice of DENTISTRY uleJrae. -h--- furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction her to the Hon. Judge of Probate *f Lean enuut.\.
'-n umtract .sIaresrta. YALtJAIJLECotton j
HAVING the 4ih .lay OCTOBER( and Middle ttxl East for a final t'isi-harp. as adniimstra'or and) adimm
nexi.Tl Georgia Sugar Mills aud Castings of all kinds n'I.I.with i
two riot cl!: s" Sea Steamers regulai f.rdl .
e studies will embrace the Ancient Langunges. He bus bad several years (- e in the neatness and dispatch. Plans estimates furnish i' tratrix .f the }n-tat-e of John Tutmn. deceanetlJOHN .
twice a mouth met-ting in the ) Hole! on the Plantation ant
p.1TJ1sI Mathematics. Natural Sciences and Knglich. Stu- pr.ffti.n the last three of which has bt'er in those of all kinds of Machinery Engineering.: They I Inre R. LLOYD. AdmtV.
the .
and and lea
_ _ lith :91 h. ing s.uinevening.
d'-nts will l fe prepared to enter Cnl.gf. Having sections of country. His work is ot the meet beautiful OF1500 ACRES in JEFFERSON PLj. also side agents for Hoard it Sons Steam Engines I PHOEBE 1I.I.L01'Ddmt'x..

THE "STEAMER SPRAY"trill had considerable exj>eiieuce in ttcJfng. subscriber and durable character and satisfaction is guaranteed TOGETHER with 118 SLAVES for Ginning Cotton, Grinding and Sawing and Hairison'e II | I.IJ- 29. 1Sit. 2 2-6n 1 .__
lenve N.-w Port in the m.srIInR. sOd St. Murks b zeal and the in a tf'lion every m. Grist Mills for steam or horse
tnt'rIY. t
terminus on the anival of the Cars from Tiilluliussfe. dutils up. ). ib.I-rur. t" obtain a hare of pub I: eoruinunications sent to Monticello. Fla, ,'i I.WLlIJI4lARJlG, .' I JO ,t1 r"w..r. Notice.

tskiiii mail. pH Sfii ers. bag:a<;e and freight to aud lic pa1 rona e. complete and thorough an : receive attention as Sol as previous engagements iV(-. hOR SALK.rpHE I BAY, SIX mi>ntb.4 after date I >'lmll present my final no-
,I from the Steamer anti returuijg in season fur the at- carn! Can bu obtained at this ".h..1 l at at any vthnrnrslitulion .will permit. jtolN CARDY. : antI voucher to the Hon. Judge of Pri>-
ten>o.." truin. in the State. '.'hREFERENC1S SUBSCRIBERS being anxious to (f.ot a May :30, *5V. 2Jly i .tote of J.-tr.-r'ii county a. ad nioistrator exotr.rio
: The travelliuj public c.in: now rest aswireil that this Ta U\ntl.m"l residing in the country, this. school di\si"l of their joillt lrnpn'y.loott.as ', ---- ,.f the Estate of FJ'uh Wade, late.said countv..dcceaM.il -
lung <4it>ire
t(, and from the a"ve ports is in such hands! a lllr designs'.payrng,the strictest attteutK-n IUi.l t., Oov. M. S. PERRY, Finn .].. The divided Estate into ctmtams about 4500 acres, which can be I IINSURCE tion. WM. H. .ANDREWS late sheriff and
2 3 tracts size
til wairant permanency and success.Patmtigers the speedy and thorough advancement of those pupil HON. J. L. Sew.&ao, ) _, .,.rHo.v. or ample according to i tI.lmilliotrnh.r ex: t'fficio.
b vimr slave srrvants must see to d.tiriIJ to embark in Commercial pursuits, besides P. E. LVE.omSl1\ e, Go.IIo.V. the views of buyers. The lands are Besides equal in valueto CONPAN| Jut,. %. 1S.-.H. ;3-m
similar lands in that State. the lands :
--
lerinj them at tile Cuktom House, before going ONtuard. (theaper in rates than school iu this W. :S. ) .
h.illl any -
I DllWOll M oohct?0, Fla.II there are 118 slaves, and the usual quantity; of mules, Notice.
wiih the ; }
school, class 11ev.
for
place. clnutlou a '
\ E IAKllTOJ cattle, fodder tc. We invite
corn, ,
I Also look aft<-r Ili: :I yourself. II..n.l. b.gt proposal numtls
f3f your giffe OS. :, ) after date I hall '
present final
M nFla.OEX. for the who e in but .e will Incorporated in 1S19.-I'liarlrr SIX my
JIlKEBILYG
J lvUVMII. Perpetual ;
For falther puitu-ul r Api> tn B. C. PUYE. r' 11rop.rty gross '' and vouchers to the ll..n.
of
COL Judge Pro-
be
will practical course of sell the lands in such a- buyers select #
L'ADD < may
: A sent. pll.d. M. WHIT b.iteof Leon county
Fla.
SMITH adminiatratu-
Alligator, as the Estate
CAprrAiT
ttudr UJeUe.I. Students iu this branch will them. The slaves sold withor CASH siooooco.
New Port Fla Jilt11. 1857 28 wiiI April 25, '57. aCer viewing 'oul h j I of Richard lirgan 'late fMrd; county, deceased, and
be required d.iily to write out business traiisuctl, 1 the lands, a might agreed on ; but
ask for frog
-ValuablePlantation and bv this n.eUI have the rare opportunity of becoming -P-B --- possession cannot be given until the end of this year INSURE AGAINST LOSS AND DAMAGE BY FIRE, a dkcbarps Eo aAl O. rniinitrntion.
!
intimately acquainted with the practical as tht growing cotton crop cannot be secured till ON TERMS ADAPTED TiE HAZARD, i ORI8SEIT, AdmtV.
J>VK AMFOR /./; well the of this opelation I I0V _Jurw_ .2r., 185S.. __ 25-fim
us a theory important IUb I :LIVERY AND SALE T1ULESJTALLAhASSEE time AND CONSISTENT WITH TiE LAWd u -
the of bringing their joint interest In the absence
purpose jeot. of the E. C. CO rL'5.\TIIY. i Notice.
I close 'he un-Vi-i...d otfr rs for sale lie I iiPJuntali'Mi E FLORIDA. who from tmJerig.t before Calll i' .
T : iletur B. C. LEWIS: *
J:1 Apriil. mo"t '" after the first
ku""n ns VKRDI-RA. "ilunif and SIX
next then be communicated withat
I I'jit: f THlliliass1and lyiog 1 lietween thectieacoIa Ancient lag"I. lalll..mti''an. higher. :1'IE Proprietor' would .c..mLr Florida c.m be made run Tallaliarse and vicinity. ., thus undi-mjrneil, adinini.trat<>r of the E.
binnchcs of his friends and applications
EIlli.I Bouk I : :_. ( I TI.blucet. may August 15. 1857. 3 ; tate ,John Burjjdortr deceased.
& GeoriT'a .11,1 1 St. }iLsrk4 J t T IJ"I"'IRailrolI.Iwitlaili : Ute of Leon
; C. coon
to Cabell. Messrs. Golden
keeping. p.r "t'sei"u 6 months . 17 50 public. that be 11. rebuilt brotb.r. &h or I

II 92 acres or five there miles aln.irsjtlirj.ut -5i'0 road of which all l containing are- I Primary' Bram-hes... ..: .. ....... 10 vo' I prepared nrare Brick to Stables accommodate, at the old friends stand, m-l i d p.u.n1 Apperson disposed, ot Richmond to purchase.. either the lands or The Original Extra- QualityCORN I ty bate will of ]leon preaviu county hi? final ainl floeuni.t tisk to be t.cli".harg..1.the Judge I flrI'r-

fl.-ared. The lan.llllllrl' j.o.t| in the rATABLE HAL Ia ADVANCE. I JtJlLN I H. REICH: KRT, AdmtV.
as us
any coon He also bas Inched to hi4 Stables, a slaves can examine: them I by calling on .lr. O. F. STARCH.
try. the location healthy nn.l the water tile best this D. B. CLAYTON. Morris, the of who taketlr.sure May 20, I e58.&m
e-nitb Shop where lie will have have done all kind.of Ili"I.te.
t iJe of the mountains. Upon the premises if a Any information required can be obtained by application Plantation work horse shoeint,aud Carriagework in iu .I/wi mauflt'r lg th.m. wi Ji\"f any" further 1)REPARED expressly for Pudding, Ice Cieam. ---- Notice. --"
J.
tn the subscriber nt bi r'e.-ideuce B.mee Mange, CUalfnl Pics. Porrises,
C"k..l.
GOOD li-RWK DWELLIXG. or at the the and with and dis infuriuAliuu in his !
lest manner power.
;
I three stones high and containing tl,1l1..l1larp.rooms I Store ot Col. R. II. Bacar.Sept. patch.very promptness C. C.FIL ELL Ac. R..ci\"tt l fresh by A2ES o LIVELY. SIX M.wths( aPer the first puMication tiim no

The out houses are of Brick anil built in the most I ._ ___.. 4._1858. 3G N vrml>er 5. 1853. 44 SepL 11, 1858. S7-3m Oet. I. 1857. 42 the' nnd rsned: adniii.Ntrator of tile Estate
__
h. ___ _______._____ of Antonio IV.t..Io. dccca-ed
----- --- late' of
tubstantial manner. We will a1i> soil! with the place ---- -- - -- --- -- --- Lion count,

Corn. FKliler. CO bead of stock. cattle the.:"n.number Executors'Sale. Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, :)EDC.\L OTIB Florida Reports. I S ill! prc.mt bis final account and toiM-ber to tl".
of hogs, with a few bloo-'ed cattiest the Durham ': -- Judge of Probate(said county and tick t. be .ii.-
For Sale
B. Brokaw.
P.
by I
1 1'"ILL be sold in Tallahassee the. first Monday : in 6 volumes.. cb-irjre.1. R. A. ShINE AdmlV.
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breed T i in December.if not ,h' .I.CI''t at I : J. H. M. Gardner COMPLETE lcDOUGALL hOBBY. June 19. 185S. ?5-6m
Subscriber
I TEBMS.-One-third (each the il.-ince a credit of private just received J I
o sale the valuable! T'HE .
1. 2 a.I.1 :y..ar the purchaser giving notes iran ing ) PLANTATION formerly : large supply of CarriagesButties 11:0 located -LLOYD.." offers his Fao- _Sept 5, 1857 36Blacksmitli. I ------- -- -- --
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I owned by Judge \ --- -'- "- --- -
situated -
8 cent inttr-f. whll fCu K.HM! securities and J..il Wlit.bt..1 I il on and Harness, which he off,isforsale AL SIRVICIS to the Citizens of the place -- Notice.SIX .
Lake Jackson, six
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pr and
IIi.vrtgse on the property. Prisons wUhiugtopuichase mil. Talalos"l't' contains on the most reasonable term. country.Oct and Mouths from the first publication thin ...

will i.luuv! app v to ,.nh..r.C us. state artont of cultivation.1500 acre' (al impr""lr.rtlll bUmwck: laml.) in a hijh.of) No_enJbr-18.- 1654.-.- --_ .46-- --- ---- 9. 1858 41 i Home SJiociny Establishment. imdersrgiird will exhibit lila HUH I aut.t
Consisting
T. B CH.VIIIES. and vouchers as administrator the Estate of Jo'.n
a dwelling lioune. Overseer house cat-ins for 100 lieirroes ''I"IIE SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform the
Valuable Lands
C. POWEi LCHAIRE8. 'v.
Just Received Argyle, deceased late of Leon osuitsti tlillonoral.le .
gin house. le.. arc C'311# buildings and in good JL citizens Tallahassee and vicinity that HENRY
Oel 1B58. 4 Jm'ge of d
cunty". aol ask"to
: orJur. For further, parth-ulsrs. a.I.lf' 1 (XE.I TALLAHASSEE,) FOR SALE. IN sORF.and for sale! by the undersigned, a HICKS.will carry on tbelL.1CKSJITI1USIXESS be ,1i,=Ii:" t'd. sa

Land for Sale. J. R. WUITEHEAD.T. Berzrlh Ga. :pursuance of ii decree of the Hon. J. Wajles of DRUGS and ClE IC.\L of C. LEWIS Aduifr.

_ OFFER for fie I C. }. BEIRIE II Baker Judge of tie Middle Circuit of Florida. in which the foll.wing are a few- May 2!. 185S._ 216mNotice. .
liI f..ll..wing "aluLletfac of WE.T. f in all Us various brI..I.f. and is prepared t 0 execute .
I I land, E i -f Sec 35. T 1 It Sai afut! Executor {J. It WII'EIEAD.T Chancery sitting will be !sold on the frt Monthly, 10 ozs. d>eine. 5 (! lod.. Ammonia, all orders with neatness and dispatch. His work -
being the sixth day of December next the Court 10 Santo'Tne, 6 Sulphur' .
140' acres. This Ian I adji-ius tbe Tullahassce! will be warranted to be to that of other
OH the North.ALSO Dtu.t S4'pl 25. 1858. 5thft.Notice.. I: buule in Tallahasse r .Utwing lauds, belonging to 15 Chinoidine. 10" Nit Silver, Blacksmith here or elsewhere! equal, and will any SIX n.rntl s from the first publicatinu of t I.i" notice
the Estate of Henry nra.lf.r.J. deceased. (c<'uUining 12 Cinchona Sulpb 10 M Ext M nesia, guarautee uiidersrgned Executrix of the last Will an sattsfctio.s in JOB.
I -E 1 of5W1ffS"cTI, RI, N and eleven hun ", 8u acres. the 25 I Act, 12" Cit HORSE SHOEING, Repairing and I Ir"nin/ will: her foul ai-eonr.t
of
'I'li.in/ prilin some most valuable Cotton lauds in IrC; county present : ti the! Jm'gn'
all Vehicle
ALB"-L. Nos. 2. 6 and 7. of Sec S. T 2. I 1, VT"OTICE is hereby i'c that application' will l>e Ln county to wit : 20 Piperine, 40 ex QuinineS O i branches, plantation work and 'of Probate o. said com.tV, and ask t. Ix> dlsclinrgtcSUSANNAH : :

I N an-l \coiitniMii<; 275 a. res. This laud lit on i\ male, to the next General Assembly of the South 1 of S W iScc.31Town.2Tt.1, N and Strychnine, 6 Veratria e will receive appertuinin careful and to his business HOUCK. Exfx.
the of Ocklocktiee river. I I 8 Ibs. of Am15 Ibs. ) Ether prompt attention Jtilv 3, 11158. 27fimNotice.
for Charter build Rail Snip ,
.te.f Fulita a to a Road S W kt'fS E J I I I PWpate R. II. BERRY .-. ------- .
AoJ i of N E J of Sec 2a, T 1. R 2, tf and I (r"l some point on the St. John. river at or near W i 6, Town. 1, R. I moniii., 60 I Chlon>fi>rm. Feb. 13. 1853. Agent. -- -
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ALSO in GJlen count.T. tile S Eland E j of S Septemlurr 18. 1858. 38-Sm North 1 of NEt I 7, M 5 ., 2 casks Rock Iota?h Pure Zinc White SIX months after the first publication of tile D&-

t W J of Sec 35, T 2. I 3. :and W, containing 240 North j 8, LSO- ( the undersigned administrator of the E.tat*
acre Plantation &c. for Sale. SEt I I. 800 ozs. SULPH QUIXINE (GROUND in prepared LINSEED OIL ) of Henry B. Bradford dt-ceased will present bin ,11aeet.unt

in Mdi.on S W }. Sec and N All of East { of S W J, of Sec. 8. Town. 1, Range 1, Warranted and and apply' to the Judge of Prolmtn of Leon
eouuty. 20. which o/T-r/ low for ived fresh of this
AL we just rec a supply new
pure V\7E for '
OFFER for sale! PLANTATION 18 N and E, East of Tbomasville Road CASI. havE county a discharge from hid ailmini-trHtionof HAK!
T my lying ((70 sorts
Also .ituate
WsndWs.fNE4..tSee29 }; of U
_ } miles fror Ba:"ibridge. AMES & v T and beautiful White dire -t from the manu- E.tate. EDWARD BRADFORD AdmtV.
acres less.
E1s.fSec3it. and W jutS E4..f Sec 20, in all (>f l-ttii 300 Eo under containing There also more or ) July SI, 1858. 31 f".tnry.n.lfl..r it ti.tbe pulit with most tco"fJ.If. June 5. 1868. 23-6m
improvement. are upon The above lands lie in the immediate prf.
acres all in T 4. 4, S and! : .0 ----
ilhbrho as possessing --- --
661 I E the premises a goinl and convenient framed dwelling .II ( Tallahassee. from the 111 qualities
Auto in Jackson countv, on CUpola River S W extending TOlliu ille a paint tnnst deiralle. viz : Its incomparable Notice.QIX :
J. dtr
I house, a good well of water a gin house and the Meridian road, and will sold either in Seed Seed Seed !
Sec 21. E t N W J. Sec 26. E J s'tN W 4 Sec 25. pcrew. negro and other out buildings suitable! for a in tract b a bodyor brilliancy of Color,frredotii from alTJilfloHI gnalitie months. after the first publication, : of this noI. -
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E i t.f S E i. Sec 23, all in T 4, I 4, Nand W. contJuing plantation of the above d &';lt.n Ain, ottO bushels pnrchaseis.TCUMS paratu. a may seem most agreeable t FOR FALL PLANTING.I -iifrtf injuring flue health 1clrkm\n. or .) tier tbe uiiden>igneil administratrix of the Estate

_ I 400 ueres. I corn; cr.ttl, hi''gi.. 2 yoke uf f'X(1 and :-One third cash, the balance on a creditof ) UTABAGA. Green Glazed Drumhead inmate of newly palttllprtlfnt-ts. durability of Fletcher Whitaker. deceased, late of Leon
ALSO in Jackson c unt'v. on Chattaliwcliee river. a cart Also, I,vanety of household and kitchen one, two and three years, the purchaser to give I Red Turuip, I Cabbage, Ac. in the most exp. .llitutifns "11 great supcn-| county will present her final a&wint to the Judge of
,I about six luile .b.,ve its jinn-lion with the Flint I furniture. At the time time will be offovd fit lure notes with unproved security for the deferred \ TnI only to WJtite Lead in all the various uses to which Probate, of said county, and ask tu be discharged.SARA'U .

liS5 acres ..f neb Rh..r l.>tt.-ni lands in Sec 3, 4: I 6 iwcroe The above property if not previously disposed nut, together wit!a mortgage on the Lmds, and pay-to } Just receiye.and: for sale tbe latter has heretofore been applied. For sale by WHITAKER. Admt'c
V, lu" and 15. iu T 5. It 7. N and W. of will be sold at public vendue on the first pay for title deeds. by AMES & LIVELY. Sept. 11.1858. ST-Stii

t These land 1.11.ill the lands of Caleb! Blood /un Monday in Jartnary. 1859 at said place. An] "owi.llilg Persons desirous of purchasing will lie sn'owd' the July 17, 1858. 29Master's,.UtE A LIVELY. Apri 3. 1858. 1 Notice.SIX

the Vest and Rn k fl the tO purchase the ab\"f. cin obtain necewary lands either by the un.lrllgud or Mr. Lawrence, --.- -._ -_. .
: N.rlh MILES NASH & CO.
illf.rratlO by comrnnnic.iting with the tcbscriber the months after the first publication of this no
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.. ortfr eer on the
ALSO I)he W { (the N E 4. Section 2!. Town premiers. Sale.
resident at the above plantation.MARY. the undersigned administratrix of the Estate
JUNIUS
2 N. N & Joel Special Master. Dealers in Medicines &c.
Range 3. L
ship and TAYLOR Drugs, ,
E B.lk" STAFfORD. of Rev.John Wesley Rhodes deceased late l Jet-
bO ael"liug Sept 11. 1858. of a decree of Leon Circuit Court in >
con'mning
ucres.ALI Decatur S 18. 183S. S8-tf BY \ir't receiVed ffom New York bark R.aGam. erson county, will present boor final acvount rod!
; $ "O K: i .f N K; J and tIle S E land the E ft -------- Oak & Chancery.and in a certain cause, wherein Jane R- JUST a general assortment of pr in our line, fvoadiers to lt\ Judge of Probate of said coui.ty, and

} of S W 4. alt' of Section 9. in Township 1 North. I James D. Hickory Spokes. Wilson..ugall. Executor others are of the complainants last Will ,and all testament John MeD of- such as Oils of almost every kind. Bur FIuiiT, uk for i& dl6ehat2: .

4. N Jt E. 1 lyingadj -iiiini:Station N. 3. Pet d GalbraiJ fIn: undersigned give notice Carriage makers William and White Lad, Zinc and other paints Window Glac l of : LAURINDA M. RUOD,. Admt'x.Mnoeeshto .

R. R. and cotitaining 3:1 acies' ; this land is b..1 at J Lnnc :. ; .IK oLUlara .IM acre Munufactuiing W, and Carringe bv Machinery wi exp.ise tlp Gelatm,London Mustard Fredci Brandy best,
FARMS, Ac, eEr n Spokes city of Tallahassee on first of December (very )
I PL\T Notice.
ROBERT OAIU' Ja MAPS. nt'atne" execute at Go. Cull's Steim Mill, at the Talk nefl, the flillo a big real Estate Monday belonging for mlielol purposes. Spice. Pepper. Lemon Syrup, i

Oct. 2. 1S5S. 4081 OFFICE opposite Court-house, in building occupied bailee Railroad Dept. and wid keep every variety I! the Estate of said William Wilson deceased, viz: t Inks.Quinine Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Buchu, SIX Months after the first p iblkatii'xt f'C this n<-

I ----Executor's by Lone A Galbrailh. of seasoned Oak. constantly on hnd. i I j Part of Lot No. 161 in the original plan Sale. Sept II. 1858. which they will sell 0 such terms as to make of feet oCthect, Medicines. We keep none but the very best and count and vouchers s ailniinii-tmlor f the F"tutnl "
__ fronting 44 on
IN nniiceof all ..rdcr .4 l the Hon. J WavlesB.iker. ---1 object to al to purchase from ibem. The following 1lllllaseE.. : feet on Peusacols M'lr.1. .trf''t a hope to merit your patronage. Thorn U. Averitt. deceased, late of Leon county.

Jii.lge .'ftlw Circuit Couit ol the Middle; MEL is the of cash prices delivered at the Factory running building thereon known a the Exchange.Part ,MILES NASII, d CO. and ask for a discharge.JESSE
Circuit of }Florida the March 18 A AVERITT !xt'r.
nndrrth/ned Executor of the 29.1856
Buggy Spokes per tb'u and..4 cent each of Lot No 161 in the origin .1 plan of the cityof
; last Will and Twtaineut Tltoinas Henry Averitt, COMMISSION MERCHANTS sett .. I Tallahassee, with a Oft. 2.1858.40tf.n

,ICl'H. will well the following real Estate at put.. GI Poydras Sired, Carnage nnd 1 bora Waggon Spokes north by the house or !tre buitltber. Fre..ick(.. b.unle, (OlW BOOKBINING.'rUE Notice. .
Kc the tirbcet biddi-r. before the CourtkouM "
outcry tl par thousanil..5 store of Myers Gorman.) and by the Exchange.
door in Talljb.issee. un the first Monday in NE" QEiaB.: : Camcg tind 1 horse Wngg'.n Spikes Lot No. 286 J fronting 90 feet,on Clmton s'reet and IS NOW. rpHEnndersiime.ladniiiiiiratorof the Estate' of

December oet to-wit : Th N E J and the E | of 4 _-. .. ........ ..6 I I extending back 170 feet Duval street, to a lot PREPARJD WITI JL James B. Beard deceased intend making application
the S E J. 24. in Town. 1. Range 2. Nand E; REFER TO 4 pr WaggonSpokeaperthousand.6} by Richard hayward o, in the original, plan of to Thoni.is J. Clucr. Judge of I'r..bate, in
and the W i of tbe N W I i.f Sec. 19. in Township Messrs Thomas J Perkins Co, Tallahassee, Fla. 45 aeett.,7 owoe city of Tallahassee.! dMATAL and fur Jefferson county Fr-rida. ou the Jib day of
J. Rtnire 3. N and 320 acres d 6 thousaod.7 I FOR BOOK \oven.brr next, Ie) sell this (ollowiiig, drrcnUd real
E eltilill more or I. R. Harris Quincy, I hore" f 1" Lots No. 1 *3; avid 116 in tbe north addition of the
less, all lying an,l biog th County- oC Leon and Dcnhara& "C, Monticello, 6" ,ett,8. .. city ol' in all its bnhe.and solicits the patronage of teitizeol Estate viz: Lot No., in the Eastern nd
stat.-.of Florida.TERMS Beard & Denham, St. Marks, As this is something new in we to Also! Tllalla"8fe described land in Leon county, .n surrounding country. Ii. the Town uf MunticvUo. it beim the | lare of rtwdtnce -
: -One thousand) dolfars of the purchase Mr. Jam s"Filor, Key West I be liberally patronized. Call Forrda specimens bop norila vir f.U.wio/th } of the N W J of e 81, Shop is in tbe Brick formerly by of said deceased at tbe time ethic' drath.

iuctiry at the time of sale, ami the balance iu 1, 2 Messrs. McNaught
and S "":1 with 8 per cent interest J N. McKinnon d Co. TomlYie I SCHNEIDER CO. See 31. Town : Range 3, N A E; the E \ of the N BuM.r. and fed sure that he a do work as 1858. 43-4. _

-- JESSE \'ERI. Exfr.. Augu.t 14, 1858. S3-ly July 10. 1858. 28. E \ and the S WI of the N E 4 "f Sec 34, Town S, well a cheap a it can be done elsewhere. Notice.SIX .
Oct 9. lR:8. 41 I Ii 2, N ; the 8 E J t.f See 36. Town a, CHARLES FINDEISE'
Always Hand log 2. N c F; the E J of the S W J of Sec July 17, 1858. 29-ly [ SIL copy. Mootha.after date I hall present my final
i NoticeALL on 3. t : H..n. of Probate
NEW CARRIAGE SHOP. -- : oUnt and vouchers ta' the Judge -
I Town a, Range 2. N A E, and the E J of the N 4 .
; persons indebted to the Estate OfSpOll10 ,A LARGE STOCK OF GROCERIEScootisting : 9'IIE ondercienea begs leave inform the eitiJL of Sec l.Town 1": Range t, N I' E. containing five CHEAP GROCERIES of Jeff'renn connty. at "ClAld adinmiUiator cow.ty.d.-ce.tsed, the E.-,
deceased late LI. _ t hundred and 47-100) IPS Uteof ANN BAILEY.Ut
of
Knight fifty nine acres, more or *
county of and he
Ln Ir4 zeDS Tallahassee viucinrty. that aaiiVa.ininiatra3ion.JAMES .
I SUBSCRIBER on and after the 1st AId a-k for a di ch iv from
; make iniinvdiate Ooe-balf cash and the remainder in Otbr
TERMS
requested to twlH Bacon Sides Poik THE
payment "lftr-i in
this 1
opened a carriage hop place Joining CARTER. AdmtV.
F.
confine
.i nr I a.lmiu.trlt"; and those.IUliogtllil iig.iinct ; Shoulders Flour mouth from the date of sale. with interest at ._ nnt will hm.di exr.loftively t te /
I ,
raid & ( are requested to p4lt tb\I d.h au- I Hams Brokaw's Livery Stables, I rate of 8 per cent per aDo firm date, t b secured A.fICTION <-OJ/J/JSSJOA' BUSINESS, Ort SO. 1858 44rn

I : th.ntWt.within the tine .t>y law,or this in the building formerly by J. L. Groncr by a mortgoge n the pise sold.HTGUA1tCUERJ when his best talents will b u.e to promot the Notice.
V (','i be plead iu b'r of thtir re.Yry. It i iV and all other articles pertaining to the GROCERY where bei i. prepared to ore of work. i his in Chancery. nterest of those entrusting property to eba e. hall final
especially desired tlmt til. iH.lding obligations of bu.int SHINE. Oct. 30 188. He offer 8TOOK- reduced Months after date I present my
d line,at the shortest notice and on the most 4Notce. now b present price SIX Honorable
the Judge
the deceaseJ endorser. wb tber 2 S h38. 3 and vouchers t
I v "I or pjipep Already August : to close. .-. BERRY, wf
REASONABLE administratrix
t due or running to maturity make ftkn.wn. TERMS Auction1 and Commission Merchantf.epL4.1859. of Probate Jefferson enty. a*
wi
1 prumpt, tbe Estate of Jewe Orantham. Ute .f aid CloUn'I.'
L. such and
% l KNIOlli lmt'r. Notice.nu as carriage painting trimming; making new 36
Oct. 9. 1858. 4l8wNotice. I busies and wagons, and all kind of repairing.i web apply to the Don deceased, and ak Va db.ehusrze fnmi anal a.tmni-!

The uni.nlgnr\iA prepared do ti kind of FOUR of Probate of leffenon county for an order Bricklaying & Plastering. Utrm'ton. REBECCA OKANIU.\M, Adint'S.Oct. .
the sale 80 lUff> 44- '"
work the latest style and decree for of the following
A A it e b .o.
i A made to the next LegiJL I due at the N i th. belonging the E l'eof William Ellis late lid rpUE UNDERSIGNED beg leave inf-rm U. Cod Liver Oil. ,
A LL persons indebted to the adrr.iui&tratnr of the II' lutrrreof the State ef b for a chat ten for All those who! have this kind of wok to d.and county.deee to-wit : the N W 4 cit See. I 6. in J. citizens JefTermKi county .l tl>. orrouudJujr fl*
late Cave. Godlmld. are hereby requested to call a Rail Road from Gulf Florid waters of tie wish it done in a manner that wi Dt fail give Tnwn.1 or R.II 4. N A E, containing 160 -"re country that ifpreparfd 1*.do any kind of work J.r'RESII& pURnfIbee.lvhrs.d0Branda
immediately avd settle nt the office of Eotl Harbor of Cr-through the satisfaction, vculd do well e more or be sold to pay the detas af anal in the above line of boiae. on reasonable term. ? irimaaCLukidr'Co,4R 3ahtoft. LIVELY ,
A. P. AMAKER. : either of .Aflachiel ibe Georgia uDte, L Eatate. CHAS.T. TAYLR AdntV.Oct. .' JOSEPH O.TI", iXR. For aaJa I AMES *

Oat('bCr :3,.U. 43 Talalj! .s!". August 7. IWS42, lDt. July 10, 1S53. 28 WH ..SO, 1858. t- Monticello Sept. 18,1858. 24-Sm Ir' .ApriU.im.. UThe .

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