The Floridian & journal
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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 20, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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profrssional (Carts.NASHYCO". I Y rofcs5ionatanb( Basto (Cnrts. 1 The Deserted Wife. I she complies with' smiling alacrity; and sings }| A Terrible Sc*&. BY TELEGBAPH.

-. -- i and strums uutil you would! think the j-i.v.io i The disastrous consequences of a firoj u .
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He comes not-11 Iavo: matched the moon go down I LATER FROM EUROPE.ARfl1VAL .
WLS cominS literally I to Iipff'i i
MILES & RECENTIMPORTANTDISCOVERY. But yet he conies nut. Oi.ce it was rot FO. j j which: broke out in the fchafting of an Eng'.iJi -- --

I -AND- I He thinks not how these bitter tear do flow, I She! goes to rhurchreg-ilaily: every Sunday, j; coal pit, in the county of Durham, have
DRAI.SR8 The while lie holds] hi* riot in that town bearing: a prater book bound in gold and nII : OF TIlE

IN I Yet he will come and ehi J and I shall weep; I vet, arrl while tho miloi l'r is preaching she I I I already been noted. There were eighty-six

DRUGS, i< PALMS And he will wake my infant from its sleep. and I and in the various of the
5" To blend its feeble wailing with Uars. takes an inventory of every bonnet, dress, j men boys workings .A.. E3 :I: A. ,. .
D n.. tTciVISf"V I my collar in tho sacred edifice ; she should think I' pit, and, after great exertion, the fire was cx- --

MEDICINES[ jg OILS this city has introduced into his practice tile 1 I I O Low i love a mother' watch to bf'p. I :Mrs. Jeakt'3? would be ashamed to come i[ tinguished, but not until ten of the l1umb'r'erl Collon Declined During the Wtev j i. to $d.

"\ \/"OULD inform their neud and tie public. V/ recent and importaut discovery of the applicatiun j! Over tho 5 sleeping eyes, that smile! which cheers week after week in tint! old Leghorn bonnet ; 1|
suffocated the smoke. Tbe NEW YORK Nov. 11.-1111'
Y of the j jI I 51V heart: sunk in fixed and \ by bring. Steamship
though !
T they have ou Land a good assortment! of'Icftrtld. sorrow, deep is sure that if her father was as rich as the |
... ns are generally kept in their line of business I ELECTED MAGNETIC MACHINE, I I had a husband once, who loved me-now I :Misses Atkins' papa, she wouldn't wear those 1 log up of the I living was watched with intense I Asia has armed with Liverpool Accounts to

i>i-1 will be receiving regularly fresh eupplies. The i by which means a current of electricity i ill passed And lie ever feeja wears his a frown upon Us brow, horrid old dycd-o\er silks! to church-wonders i feeling by thousands of spectators ; but Saturday, Oct. JOdi.COMMIRCIAL.
vrms shall be reasonable. through the tooth at the tHhe of : passion on n 'wanton'slip, NEWS.
Tall nFsee. April 9th 1853-; 14. clog a local Anesthesia, Bud so avoids extricting the u-e pnxlu of I As bees front laurel flo"vers a joiaun ip. I who Tom Seaward don't look this way ; and when the bodies of the dead began to be LIVERPOOL ,
forced! have her COTTOX M.&uxv.r.-Tbe sales!
------ is to recourse to smelling
Dr. Miles H. Nash CHLOROFORM OR ETHER. I But yet I cannot Lnlt. O! there were hours I bottle when tho two Miss Brownies goby I brought up this! scene, it is said, was distressing oRcotton for the week were &JOOC bales, all

lIe has applied' it in a number of cases with sn ti AVIu-n J c"ul.l1ftng for ever on his eye, poor in the extretre. A local paper, in describing qualities declined: from to d.
an iJ.
her ; : How $
in dresses.
inS C1TIZLN4: Of success.! All agree that they experience little or And time, who stole with silent swiftness! by. pew I
TALT.>.RA88EE: ANDSCRUOIIXDIXCCOUNTRT.: FAIN ill the extraction.: Stiewed, as h.., burri'd on, his path with fowers.I I vulgar it, says: : I SECOND DISPATCH.

OFFICE with Dr. 31. Nashirnmediately clltoftbe July 10 1858. 2S-Sm! She never tharksany gentleman who gives j When the last of the living had been Of (ho sales of cotton in Liverpool during

19 1855.-l". -- -- ----- I. :Still n"di, him its then fondness-h-.:- loved me too. My )Lenrt I up his scat to 1-or in a railroad car-is wry I brought to dny-light a fearful signal was obw'rvcd ,I the week, f>00)( hales were taken by spernla-y

May 20 I Lunlie if he !smile : ":-. bvc.iuw the iiiSrni oM: geol1tmm:10: to bo gin Mackey: the staithes-
.ugry ; hors and 5,000 hv ortcrs. TLe sales
-- --- -- ------ B. A. FAHNESTOCK'SVERMIFUGE The memory "( our loves will ne'er depart; ex{ (n-
MEDICAL NOTICE. i And though lie often sting me with a dart, I sits next: don't squie'ze himself: up into a frac- man. It was well! understood, and the hopes I Friday wen 5,000 hales, and tho market

-- I Ij I j y('n1T'*.I! III.I1JlrLed. and nustc upon the vile I( lion of no room st all to give her crinoline which had up to that time had kept alive closed very tutl.I .

Drs. Bobertsoii Bond I I I Cafl's.t.Vhi,'hi his babe and mine should slare- fairer field, and put her perfumed handkcr- I: in the relatives of those still in the pit, that The accounts (rt"m the manufacturing ('is.
I I hough li* should we-I *ill calmly bl'ar' I chief to her aristocratic: if calico those dzar to them might be saved I
Ffurn nose simple i, were t tI tricts unfavorable all '
His niadntss were : as qualities: of
fiTine l in tlir mid sickness and
a co p.irtnecsliip praclic j i ; tome Liv;
_HAVING profusion offer their services to the cit WORMS: j its paruhi.in2 liand IMJU 1'mi then 1 approaches her rustling silks! and gossamer !I, destroyed. A chain and sheets were given }I manufactured goods had slightly' declined.ir.XCKAL .

iren of fallabusee and surrounding: cbitfitry.23f \ IX CHILDREN AND ADCLTS, INCLUDIXO. 1 would with kindness! my wrongs; repay, I hee.IMs! children. whene\er she can get !I II to the stdtlJ'smm.ritb these he descended: :! I ; XEWI .

: OlBce: over the Store lately occupied by Bet I I TAPE WORMS 1 t'ndl the penitent shouldvrtp and cay I up a picturesque} efftct by so doing, but is !i I into the dark abyss on his fearful err:1Itl- .\
t'n.t 1llS. how injured and how faithful I liiul been. I;.mutant; ship, the Eastern City, had
: very cros to her little: brothers and fitters at The excitement and anxiety were now pain. I
Feb. !l.o'.7 9-tf I RETAIL PRICE, 25 CIS. J\ULS G. PU.CIVAU I, hem burnt near the Cape of Good Hoper
homo: i{ fully intensified. After a longer interval than
rtiriiiD AND SOLD BT FRI tolt proprietors, She bound to from Austrain:
----E B Alt{ NAn D Tr : A I The modern lady alwaysgrdwailel- usual, the signal was given: ; one dead body .was Liverpool ,
I IWILl. I B. A. 7AUXESTOCK .t Co., intMburgh, Pa, rCfll wrnan-hoscpuru and un wearying ( young : onlj on* life was Inst.
t"D PhiUdelphia, I'.., I icate by degrees as the Saratoga season had: been fastened to the s :titllt.'z man, breastto I
('tTLNtE Tin: I B. A. 7AKNESTOCK, HULL ft/Co.,New-York City, devotion! burns unheralded! beside the i' np- I Mr. flmighrt, M. I P., ha; recently made! A
proaches, and talks about melancholy dooms breast ; the rope was raised a yard or two;
BUSINESS WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS 51 CLIFF ST., hearth of homo," and we are assured most speech at Birmingham in which he adroca
DRUG & MEDICINE : a ; and early dC'nth.nll'rrupon, papa looks in- another corpse was slung to the rope; and .

W AT THE OLD STAND, 6IOX .JI1 ': Boy or respecUble deal Ieri only I lovely and interesting: young lady, of New j jYork c-edulous-I'"s: I brcn caught more than once now the: dreadful load i is being drawn up.- t'tlthe adoption of the plan of billo's, and:

: : Examine the blUsh or the name to be lure you jet the I in that But he The cluster to the mouth and tie: the system of representation adopted in tie
: : giveS tha! ibllouing! free picture of I trap is at length subdued! by women pit United
Only Genuim l\ttS.
B. A. Finstsroci'l: TiiHircat!I
I Ir a skillfully got-up series of IIJl'tl'rlcs.J.pors, bodies arrive. ,50
I The Modern! I
OF THE MOnTAR, Young Lady. | The new Great Eastern Iron te3 '
sobs and and AraKTa The first is that of fine about thirteen ship
A.MKS & LIVELY entreaties, MU goes I II a boy,
The number I has been
public vast
are experiencing Company organized.
Sole for Tallaliassce. a j i otF to Saratoga, while the rest of the family years of age. There is a }beautiful expression
Agents sensations the much Several seditious societies have been dis.
Corner Cliutnn and Monroe sae 't Tallahassee.. April 10, 1858. 15lyJT1EDICAL now a days on agitated I economise pitifully at home, and an extra upon his conntenrncp, Xnl nothing to indicate -
January 19,1850. 3 si'lject of Woman. Her ript&: ? -her covered in Ireland: deriving their supplies
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: wrinkle grows by degrees on papa's forehead young taken by a [
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NOTICC.c. her troubles and her trials from the United States.
iiiIDICAL, NOTICE. wrongs- ;are bfing [
!j down in his dusty little counting room on violent de.ith. The body is unstrung and a
-5 e_ sounded forth from the brazen lungs of SCorl'Sof I The Portuguese indemnity to France has
I 1'ulton! street. stalwart miner carries it, with the tendernessand
4. PEELER..7. C. BATES. Dr. Win F. Shine Woman's Associations, Ameliorating ConI j I been reduced to 800,000 francs.
: Here she meets a young gentleman oq'ially! gentleness! of a mother nursing her child,
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oruaR: HW TROFEnSlONAL SERVICES: TO THE PtIJLIC. j \entins, and Debating Societies. Now is it The dispute between France and Brazil
well stocked with and silliness. to the anxious crowd. The child is
Drs. Peeler & Bates, joining that of Drs. Gamble it Betton. not right and fair that somebody should hand I' sentimentality I recognized had been decided in favor of France.
J- its and
OFFICE She falls in love with his distingue and by parents sisters, and cries of
associated! themselves ia the practice 8, 1858. dow/1/ graces is about favor the
19-ly to posterity an exact daguerreotype Spain to importation: of
I I hyacinthine cu.U: : with his quotations of Alexander agony rend the air. The other brought is
and offer : ; up
Surgery respectfully ------- ---- -- -- --
: likeness of the fair creature for whom all tho! I tobacco from the 1'hillipine Islands.Alt .
their cervices to the Public in the treatment of all JTIEDICAL 1NOTICE. : Smith, and his agreeable conversa- enveloped in a shroud ; It is taken from the I
revolution is ? of the intended
acute as well as cbiouie diseases of all characters- -0- being wrought i tions about moonlight. rnus'c, and so forth ; ropes, and the announcement that it is poor transport troops, toad
Office.) Waukeenab, Jefferson co., Flo.J.in. Dr. A. C -F. BLAKE We arc not going to portray the ideal Woman and he with her aptitiulo? at the redowa and Kellett is maue. Renewed wailings startle I against :Mexico have sailed for_ Cuba.

-- -.--9-, 1858- -- -- 2-tf-- ---_. -- --- I /CONTINUES to offer his 1'rof.'ional Services, to essajuSts, !' !' and poets-nor the angelic the simpering smiles with which she: listens to : the =spectators as he is borne to his home.-

R. H. BERRY the citizens of Centreville and adjoining neigh "Woman" to WhOM"ollng ihymers address i I j his whi.*r'rC'd nothings. After a series of prci I This fearful scene is five times repeated. ARRIVAL 01TIlE KETCH r.r.OTIIEr"g."
borhood. Residence changed to Ci-ctrev.lle Office florid effusions in execrable blank verse-nor : CHARLESTON' Nor. 10.-The Ketch Brothers .
Each time the!
lie falls ascend it with it
i liminary softness on one knee hi a rope brings
Auctioneer and Commission at his residen'e.Dec.2th1857.. the Woman who and I arrived this under the
rea sepure unwearying morning, charge of
I' : romantic manner and declares h'n everlasting I two corpses-<>ne of a hoy, another of a manThey
1\1 E R C H ANT.ALLA 52-tf d\o'ion: burns unheralded beside the hearth ; stretchers and taken Lieut. Edward K Stone, of the sloop of war
-- | passion. j are placeel on to
ASSEE. Fhu,Sept 29.1855. 39 GWYNN & HILTON I IttDrxko3r3 of llorue-simply the modern young lady, j jw I Then follows an episode' of white ribbon, j the crowd to be recognized and claimed ; and Marion. The Ketch was taken on the south
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Henry L. Rutgers, / ; ; : tt; ] JJrJ : "horn Jon may: meet and in nearly every the dwelling whole, I i i shopping, snow colored Lid gloves, and orange the reix'thlm; ; cf the same frightful scene produced coast of Africa upon suspicion of her being aslsver.
in New York The .
I throughout Charleston
-ay, Courier and Mercury
TALtAII_VSSEK, FLA.0 | blossoms) and the young couple, both of w horn i the deepest feeling of awe and horror.
COMMISSION MERCHANT United States too, if you chooss to seek for of Wednesday morning, stated that tbl:'
I put together know about) as much as an intelligent I scene at the bottom of the pit, while

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. D. ,,'. GWVXX & IS. 18. HILTON. j jHAVING I her. calf, starts hand in hand on the journey I the fire was raging in the daft, is thus described Ketch Brothers was formerly owned by

-: __ associated themselves together in the One might think, from the frequent allusionsto I of life. How they'll get along together S3 : Street and Brothers of that city but was sold!

riDEKAL ndanC.ifl.deon Cotton or Tobacco I of Law will give their joint attention rosy tLecks" in our national literature, j !traveling! companions, we Iea\f the public to I At the bottom of the shaft was a (urntcecon.tanily last spring to parties in Havana.
to his fri lids iu New York. I to all business entrusted to them. Tht'v"ill attend th.t we abound in such natural advantages, j imagine.Reader. ; 'burning, to \entilat1on. The Ketch was provided with tho usual
4. 1858. 36 3T Sent the the U. S. District Court wl the, I secure
Sept. copy. Supreme Court but that isn't the case. The complexion of i outfit of articles and
----- j this Around this furnace arrangements:; providedby
--- Circuit Court at Talluh.tFiee r.n.l also the Circuit i isin accurate delineation, seventeen of the men collected I
T. W. BREVARD, Jr", Cuu,ts (Of Oadtltn, WaLulla, Jefferson, Madison and) the modern young lady is a dull dead white sketched from life-don't yon admire the cx- I during the night, for the purpose of I slavers, and had $S0O in Mexican ounce .
jl jlA."t"torn.oy Hamilton Counties. Offit at the Court Louse in -li ko tllloor, discolored wax-her eyes j, ?. [The dispatch: does not that
: a1; La"'OV'' quisit? character of our :Modern Young Lady? procuring air nnd wara'th, but they eventually I say anys'aves
Tallahav-ee. look: as though they had been boiled, and are : were on board.Jesterday's
TALLAIIASSCE FLA. SIII11LEY. became alarmed, }lest the fire bhotdd
I _March. 6. 185_?. _____1<>-ly:: __ ____ _____ j jHOGUE i about as devoid of expression as the optics of | draw the gas from the workings and so causd !
April ?4. 18S8. li Eltctlons and their ResoUs-
I & AMAKER 3n.wax. doll in a shop window. Her hair The Creed of Jndge..Donglas. I an explosion. They therefore, put out the
I I Seward's Manifesto in full Blast.
HIGH A. CORLEV h ich she in of
M generally wears a profusion
The Richmond Southafter j fire and during the rrmalnder of {he time that '
I ATTORNEYS &; COUNSELLORS I Lu shy ringlets i is screwed[) in bits of old reviewing Douglas' I The general results of our State election
at Law I they were imprisoned in utter! dark
Attorney they were
: I .A.T IjW, newspaper all nijjht and half tho next day.Her .- speech at Alton, 111., where he summed j ness. The other men and boys were in yesterday! -Gubernatorial and Congressionalwill

1 TALL.\iiAssni:, I'LA. I HAVE formed a co-partnership in the practice of lips arE pale, and her teeth black and up his side of the case, remarks that the following I other parts of the workings ; some were con- not be surprising to the managers of

January IV 1%'i._ :S-ly i and will attend to any professional! business (lying-thc result of eating too much candy I are the positions assumed by him : j I gregated in groups and engaged ia prayer, Tammany Hall. Morgan H elected Governor .
----- entrusted to the*' care.:: cloves, nnd cardamon seeds, of which the by a handsome majority, and the regular
I. Judge Douglas affirms the and while others and and
McCleilan( original were singing joking,
Yonge & : :.
D. 1' I1OGLE, A. PERRY A1IAKER. I I have been beaten in number
mod carries of
ern lady a goodly supplyin a
M., 1.1858. 18 I young essential inferiority of the negro. telling tales, in order to cheer their compan.ions. j
.ttorxxoys; ; : xt; X.w.. __- -y-- h er pockefs. Her shape iVexquiUe"so their rid Congressional: districts. Clark and
J. lie denies that the negro was intendedto One of them says he lay down at nine
raACTICE: IX: ALL THE COVBTS OF WEST FLORIDA. EDWIN A. HART, a II her female friends say-by which we bo embraced within tho abstractions of o'clock and quietly slept the time Haskin are thus re-elected as anti.a minitra.tiOI .

j Office at :MKIVN\\ .A.1"torn.oy; a1; Ln, are to understand that she is tall and slim, the Declaration of Independence, and asserts -_ away. ) candidates ; Humphreys is elected over

t C. C. YONE..J. F. McCLELL Tallahassee Florida. I like an o\ergrown celery stalk, and! about as I that the right to freedom and equality was : THE KAISISO Citiet-ir. SCRAR CAMSFARMERS Taylor in the Brooklyn district ; Geo. Brg: ,
M rch 13. 1858. 11-tf large around tho excruciatingly little waist fusion over Elijah Ward, and Reynolds, antiLccompton .
--- ""TILL practice in the Circuit Cc.urts of the Mi.l- I predicated only of the dominant race of white Ori'osn IT.-At a meeting of the
1 T die District, and the Supreme Court of this I as' the diameter of a moderately wzed beanpole. men. I opposition candidate, over Eras.

; Beni. F. Young, State, and the Dish ict Court of the United States, at I 3. Ho denies the pitiilcges of citizenship Philadelphia Agricultural Society there was tun! Corning-: I.the! Albany district Tire
Tallahassee Office over tie Store of Messrs.G. I I an interesting discussion in relation to the Democrats however have
fjf' : She is "extravagantly fond of reading ; the saved John Coch-
hilllf!) :] ] ic1i.wi to
t J. Jlrpinnis- knows all Byron and TomIoorc: by heart, negro. raising; of Chinese sugar cane. The members rane, Sickles, Maclay and Barr in this city
A N ISOLICITOR > Jan. 50. 1658.:; 4 I 1. lie affirms the compatibility of a confederacy generally considered it unprofitable. Mr.
.. and literature uhich is than
all the
peruse yellow-covered mpre they expected by one
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IX slava
EQUITY1TILL States, and the
:' "- A.! J. PEELER'S as fa st as it issues from the press. Indeed, i of I Gow en was opposed to its cultivation as it half; and havq elected: their entire comity
their harmonious
prat-tire in the Courts of the Eastern Cir I possibility coexistence under was not to be compared with corn for feed
\ T cHit tif FIorid.1, awl the Federal Couils. I I she siimetimts vrifes poetry herself, of whichwe I a common Constitution.; and judiciary ticket, which is also:: somethingmore
LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE ; stock the cattle became sickened
ing as soon than the
devise }better than of the
can no comparison: aquanti'.y : appearances canvass
(OFFICE AT GAINSVILI.E: ALACHUA COUSTT.) 5. lie affirms the absolute
: TALLAHASSE, FLOKIBA.orrrcE sovereignty with it, and would not eat it regularly when
: diluted milk. She would
thrice two
REFERENCES : the States in days ago justify.
: to their domestic institutions
i UP STAIRS ix TilE SAVE BCILDINO: AND OPPOSITE. respect they could get corn or turnips. Besides, itwas
Sh bore and The return for Governor the other
ers akespeare "a :consid'i on
CAPT. .T. J. LVCAS, ) THE POOR OF TOE FLORIUIAN: A: JOURNAL OttflCt."T7"ILL and denies the authority of the Federal unprofitable to cultivate it for
I makes her head ache!" makingsug'lr hand indicate of several thousand
Chiiletton S. C. ing a gain in
Cor. J. D. AIKE.T > di
\ : Practice in the Circuit c.'urt..rOad'den, I Government to -cl mil1atc against the in or molasses! when could bo
FB.ASCR & Tnoyn-ov: ) T Leon, Wakulla. Jefferson! and Madison i and Her health i is extremely delicate ; strange I terests of slavery. sugar this city by the republican} candidate from

DK. JAMES S. JOXES TalMasset, Fla.WHLIAM attend promptly to the collection of r.otis and accounts : to say,, sho is almost martyri/ed with those 6. He inctlcates of nonintervention bought for eight ami"nine cents per pound, the American side, and a very significant run
.Tunt.7. 2t: of sjiiJ Counties. horrid headaches the whenever a policy and! molasses; for thirty cents a gallon. A of last
in in
--- any morning I j as between: the free and slaveholding gains on .year'a! comparative vote, in
Feb.27.1853._ 9-lfDEt. __ she danced until faarmer could get more sugar from one mapletree hole and .
SCOTT __ __ ___ h has and sipped water ices States well between the latter almost every corner of tho State'-.
and the
es as
IVI. UIINCopyist : : -, midnight tho ev2iiinj: : before. She is afflicted j I Federal Government. or from beet roots, wild but a tithe of Tne Rochester manifesto, then, of W. H.
YTUY: 1r1li LAW I the labor, then he could by growing the cane:
with and unaccountable Seward incessant
J :strange feelings" j declaring war the.
and Accountant He the upon
7. decision of the
supports Supreme
MONTICELLO, FLA : ard making the for his : .
flutterings of the heart, and any little cxcitr- Court and sugir f.1mily.Ir. Southern institution of slavery! until all the
Jjly =50,1853.: :: 30 t 1 Jan O1 HIS SERVICES 1O THE P .RL/(. I ment th.-ows her into! strong; hysterics. Of asserts for slavery tho right ol Wetherill, from Massachusetts, sanl t that' fjhe free States shall? bo changed into slave States
__ colonization ii the '
__ __ __ I' : Territories. J'
--- of the farmers
n OFFICE OVER THE bTOttE OF R. A. )IIISEjt.October : course the modern \6ung lady don't believe Ho testimony that State was ( has received l a nominal endorsement from tho,

FLOYD & HOLLAND, 30, 1858. 44 -- ;I in daily S ixerciseit would kill her to walk I Federal 8. Constitution upholds all in the guaranties to the of the unanimous against the expediency of raising people of this commonwealth, which place*
Attorneys at Law. j half block! unless there is a prospect of of the South. respect tho Chinese sugar cano as an artlcfc for feeding Mr. Sew aid prominently in the foreground

practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle James D. Galbraith, |I meeting ThccHoro Exquisite on Broadway, I 9. lie maintains Hie dignity and independence I cattle or for making sugar. One of the a republican candidate for the Presidency

WILT West Florida, and in the Supreme Court Ln.n.c1.: S'U..r-voyor. I II j and then she'll go'half way down to the Batt I I most extensive growers of (he cane in this upon 'tho bloody abolition and revolutionary
fthe State. Also in the District Court of the Uni : AND PLATS OF FARMS, &c., executed I j without of tho Senatorial (unction, against the I I State had confessed that tio! cultivation of of Garrison and
MAPS t tcry a murmur I platform ; Theodore
ed in the Northern District of Florida. I encroachment of Executive usurpation. .
States neatness. thirrks it know about the cane was an unprofitable branch oh'zg'rl.
She to Parker.
R.J. FLOYD. Office ApalacLicola, Fla. OFFICE opposite Court-house! in building occupied vulgar anything I 10. lie protests LU opposition to Black culture. Many formers did it from
I' II household duties in the kitchen a feelingof : Thus the election of
D. P. HOLLAND Office (Quiiicy Fla. by Lon r A Galbraith. ; never was Ilepul.licanisni at point and I Morgan become tie
Dec.!!. 1855. 61 Sept.Il.185&37-ly hut once, and then saw a spider and nearly every upon every pride in raising their own sugar and mo- ,j most conspicuous! tho most sigr.ificanf, atd
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lasses but
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H'lLLIAH S. DILU'OUfll; fainted away She don't know whether soup I 11. He himself sugar the most momentous of all the results of all
pledges to to the

I Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ''I Isabella rhe; House, is made bread in a ;frying'ptn don't know or a the tea-kettle use of ;a can'tmake dish.I I organization Democratic principles and nominees of the I could molasses be bought costs for more elsewhere.to make lIe it strongly than it our elections as it places for the the last republican twenty years party;with inasmuch a-

ifONTICELLO FLORIDA. ALBANY.jaAJmGEORGIA. pan, and couldn't roast a turkey if her life depended party. ____ I suspected the genuineness of some specimenscfgranu'ifed I majority in the next Congress upon Sow rd'.

tXJ'ILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir I II on it. It is so refined to be ignoranton The Hog Crop. I sugar, professedly from the sugar warlike: and disunion platform, until the prty5shall
\V euit, J Tha u and Lowodet County, G a which
an >> j cane, bad been exhibited at the
above HOTEL in Albiny, the pre f i.t these subjects; have otherwise decreed. The party muss
pa March2.l854l.: l2lyLONG I TlIE tem1'I'I The accounts from all parts of the West agricultural fairs of Massachusetts. The
of the Georgia; nnJ Florida She never sews-this part of the household enthusiasm now consent to sink Seward beyond the

& GILBKA ITU, now open for tbe reception of the economy, together with tie kitchen respon indicate that the hog crop will be a very had t>een got up by speculators far hope of resurrection, or consent to think will

ATTORNEYS AT LAW;TALLUIASSKP., FLA. I TRAVELING PUBLIC.The I sihiliti's rests upon the much enduring shoulders largo one. In many places the choFera i is private! purposes, and having accomplishedtheir with him and the Union in his designs to car-

LONG A J. B. ALBRAITII have AMOCI House and Furniture ale new. The Proprietor I'I'I of her tired looking mother, who never sweeping off large numbers, but ends, the excitement had died away. ry the war against slavery into the heart of

MA.d themselves in the practice Law. They I is determined to make it a complains, however, for Arabella is so genteel ut.twithstJ.nd.1 Correspondence Baltimore Sun. the Southern States. _

*?m!!attend the Courts in tho Middle Circuitthe of the United Supreme FIRST CLASS HOTEL, I !" II.a button comes off the parental I ing this, prices are declining. The Chattanooga This issue, thus broadly developed in ifio:

States Courts Tallahassee.and the District Courts I and hopes by strict attention to the wants. of his I garments, Papa never tliinkd'of asking Ara Advertiser, of the 4th, says that 4,000h COTTON CCLTCHE ire UTAH A FAILURE.- election Morgan: is the paramount result of

Office opposite the Court House. Guests! to merit patronage. II. DURUAM.of the Pub1i.L. Proprietor. bella to sew it on. If 'PeltYs toes mako a > gs have been received in that city, against Since the ;year 1855, several efforts have been yesterday's election, in connection with _an

October 28. 1854. IT"ilanckel -- Albany Go, May 22, 1858. 21-ly I breach in the stocking (department, he never 1,000 at the same time last ;year. The made to introduce the culture of cotton in anti-administration Congress. The agitation

&Nowell dreams requiring his sister's aid ; and if Louisville Journal, of Thursday, ? this Territory, the first at Fort Clara, on Ihe or 16CO now begins, but who can predict tW

you ask where the mother w, you are told she says Santa C.'ara! River, upwards of 300 miles end ?-N. Y. llerald,3d irutCOTTOX <

FACTORS, CITYQTEL.JOHN ;;;; is repairing Arabella's clones! We learn from a city packer who has south ol the Great Salt Lake City, but tbe- -

been traveling in the country, that $1.50 isoff'eretl result The SaD Oil. -A director of the
-AND- She dotes on music-spends three or four was not satisfactory. present paper .
I L. DEMILLY, the I for hogs gioss. At Cincinnati theyare at the than 26th nIt sari: ,
Merchants hours day in strumn.ing on piano, ;year, same place, more twenty
Generalommission( TTT'OULD respectfully inform the public that bV every brisk at $5 f 2 to $5 75, which is not have been We learn that a French vewel..e Hnl the TMoelnai
ballads she draws
sentimental acres planted
CHARLESTON 8a V has leased the CITY HOTEL (known as the and warbling ; I I equal to 81 50 gross. The Gazette ( or.twothirifs" i. nqw due at this port, for the pdrpoM of taking*
D.1XC.-CL. E. ic-. JfOWELL. Brown Hotel) and will take charge on the tirl't.or. J divinely, and there are several monstrosities that in tbe for future says of which is a failure. The cause is cargo of cotton wed to France for the pcrp..e or
(I. F. May next His untiring exertions will be used to give in era von and water colors,hang ing up framed I had been product delivery there atlrrbuVed! : to the lack of water, bad seed and nuking it inL oiL There i* nearly) a cargo of the

'"PIIEY will sell every description of Pro-lute or I full satisfaction to all who sill patronize him. t and glazed on the parlor walls in everlasting I considerable transactions in mess mineral in the soil. Other settlements have seed now Ilarrobargb. Other Tel are expeeting

JL Merchandize, and will make advances on all I April i 24,1858. evidence of her genius I pork at 815 to 815 00 for November and been formed on the Rio Virgin, where there to follow, to be also 10de wt cottooKed.
-- I December, and in barrel lard Green -This trade in cotton seed to become
: at 9c.
conignments.Apiil GTK, CLARK She makes wax-flowers and does crotchet I hams sold in the have been planted this year about 400 acres, of Importance to the S pi.
II. 185j.; __ l-J work. She was finished at :\Iada.me-'s I early at 7Jc. only 130 of which is considered a fair stand. g&
where she learned to All along the Ohio river the papers report ,At this colony the silt saleratas and Tea Coucr'a SrttD*.-The rate of travel ia com
fashionable :
AMBROTYPESAND MAKER seminary, i other
WATCH prices lower than for many years. puted t b 150,000 miles per hour, at which rat -j
speak ungrammatical French and to dance I minerals, hive been very destructive. This the ditanc between Bon and Ban FrDxo.
MELAINOTYPES, There's denying that she has information is ( of the officers would
..A.D.c1.or O'VV<5JL JJU j sweetly. no I rom one of the rund Cap t.(( mie
TAKEX BY BAILEY. "1TTOULD respectfully inform the jzens of TalY received every advantage." I &;5- Bill, I've been in real estate a little Desert Agricultural Society, nd the cotton: pUshed oor minutes; or. Xew York

ftooins over Barnarft Drug Store. Y hhassee and: the publio generally that h e has She can't bear the country-it is so dull I lately/' culture, so far, in Utah may be set down as and Liverpool In one remote and six ecoad#. Th.

frilTE' Rooms hare bee, a"thoroughly, refitted and taken the'old] stund of J. a Hall & Co., *her ka i5 and stupid-she abominates a quiet domestic Well, John, how much have you dipped a failure Ia this connerjliojj I will stale that .telegraph had better break.

1 are now in excellent condition for the purpose prepared to repair evening at home, because it is so prosy ill I" the annual Agricultorjl and Mechanical Fair, hEAvy Bat-T FOOT.-At Toughkeer! !fcw

design i ,1. The Public are invited to call. Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, When her weary old father asks her to playa Bought a lot in the cemetery, and a half for this Territory, commences nxt Mondar( York recovejwd, a joaug$ lady lame Carne FiUher Rhe'Ftr.o run

Oct. 81.1857 ** in a worlman-like manner, and at the most reasonable tune for him she disposes of the subject :, acre for a residence lot just north of it." Oct. 4, in thU city which will interesting ,6 rm
wi Company, eonsittlojf
White Lead. rates. Persons having been good ba4lyrepiured Watches,that can fail rely to summarily and sharply, Ae's too fred ;" "_ What the deuce did you go so far north feature,-and frqm jnhc| pro!.'f expirt.to,. rot She rO 1 6llnjtf.&get out f lh '

T>URE Extra and No. 1. ground, in Pure Linseed run veil having from them having put right at his shop. but when Mr. Beverly Brainless comes in a fort. Going to Jive' there !t" glean tome interesting Items connected with car, when it .t!tr.her down and crushedher ;.-

1 oil,just received, and for sale blA11ES upon fr:: All work warranted; if well used. _.L;:QJ I few minutes: afterward, redolent of Frangi- 4 Yes Bill, I wanted- a home beyond; the the-growth and progress o T this Territory.. foot Her presiolteeorned'i5'1 .
k LIVELY.h ? fjr of her Mtvtci-9) and forn wac.rt at. !' -
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ail 5.1853, 11 18, 1858. S-ljT i panni and rose oil, and repeats request, grave 6V. Louis Republican. tenrdane.te1. # .k

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For ttii JournmtMESSES. I -STAR OF THE WEST ARRIYED. itatt pride of some sSionld hare waned a 1itte. and STATE OF FLORIDA.T7"E .
goodly number of men of of them already idi&1 A
a1itJ'mt with favor to
look ,
induced to
lorirmu & gonrnal. jiopular for their good deed May they EDITORS may not be its generally NEW YORK, Nov. 12.-Tlie steamship Star of the I they connection been with Alabama. Let. your -' phtn J

prove equal to their high duties and be wide known I it should be, that the daily prayer fleetIng West has .rri"f from Apinul.ih the Culiforj j be furnished with the proper facilities of ncces to .

awake" throughout the** stormy times; shakingoff which are now held in this place are strictly nia mails, and $I,6 W.OO i il specie. j I the Capitol, and of intercommunication! with tlu-ir I the undersigned. F. L. Yn.EtIQU. akor.-

Ii TALLAHASSEE the dust of selfiftline**-'ambitious only for theircountry's meeting, in which all sectarianism is ignored Time Oregon war has closed, and Cl't Wright has J few-itizell of the Middleand East l, In.1 for my word \ V fury of State CL H. ACSTIV, Treasurer 10.1T. -
I for it, find none more zealous .perserr- BRIVARD, Comptroller of Public Account
and where Christians meet hold communion "oui
of their t granted to the I w
sake limitation.Should
proud only cuntr' glory. pence Indinnl. inc integrity of our territorial fur State of Florid.i' having met this Jay ,
AT1RDAT, IfOV .HBER 20, 1858. with God, and with stth other, in the hop Two steamers had broug1 to San Francisco one : you think these views worthy of con-ideration I pursuance of law. *t the \.toe.f the S vreUrv of?

--- --- ------ Slavery In the Territories.This that their meeting thna may be blessed to thousand miners, from Victoria, who harl been de" and of being acted l1pn.I would a.I..it )-01 ( State lo cant.iw an.110nnt : return of an ;IN-
\3T )It.J.J. VAsSCUAACK has been appointed agent sul ject so thoroughly discussed during the making(!Wttef Christians. In these union meetings into the fraser river speculation. forthwith to have fnn setting forth tion (field in lids State on Monday the .4th iay! t.f
West the !
lo receive 8utrptoa Advertisement,ic., fo the Floridia recent canvass in Illinois, is,now presenting a newsapect for may bd the only ground where TheSan Francisco markets reported tube dull. in a strong above light i indicated, the just,claim and J let of them the Its sent Iud :; October nit, for one.lUprvenlatire in the Thirty
t11Jtf. facilities
Jt sad fire reeclpU la the name the sixth: Congres. one Register of Public Lands. and
JDz 1 e The Illinois tho RichmondEnquirer can most profitably disturbances West Florida ,
elt-ticII. denomination in !
The -
Proprietor r the *.me.S2P says previously reported revolutionary circulated in the respective tountiet. Senators from theist. 4tb.3t.-6t.\! 10*>i. llth
I hate r."uleJ as every good Democrat meet,laying aside all denominational prejudices, in Bolivia have been suppressed.In for signatures. Backed> by such a demonstratcr| 12th 1 .lh. 15th. ItSth. 2ht8
Blanks. variety of printed BLANKS nn hind have desired The return of Judge Douglas to the t stand together and worship; their common Sa. Peru, Gen. fichenique, (late President,) wa* of friend the Judge popular, Hawkins will ,)have and no ind.tl doubt our, entire tha delegation our l i do hereby certify the/ollowing to be a. trt can-

among which are JCBOB sod 8111 TVirxtw.CreTinciTM., l rtr-litre of his usefulness, Was expected and wished viour without trenching upon each others peculiar engaged in raising forces in Bolivia to invade Peru.MOBOCRACY i would enter upon the work with a spirit i( of raw the of sftentl the return Counties made and by on the file JuJgu in the Iru1t

BCKMOSS AD ..PlD&lDt.6t111j' EXECITIO5S: A.C. for by the Democracy in every quarter of the coun preferences. Here Methodist and pil'pll. t which would rc
try. But now that J isis triumphant election has Baptist and Presbyterian clergymen ll'ten IN KENTUCKY. I The present moment is propitious of success. The I iliaC the whole l dmu"er of role cast at Mid et
Festival.-The Ladle of the Baptist Church to place him again upon the theatre of action, it is should meet as a band of Christian brethren seeking LOUISVILLE, \ 12.-A mob broke into the jail department seems just now to have waked np to I for Representative to Congress wa* nine thou.

hue a FESTIVAL,on Friday. the tfiih inl to .rpt te to b hoped that the Democracy Lecompton and only each others spiritual l>vn 6t, and the promotion at Grecnsbufg, Ky., on ,-.Jntsay. and hung the claims of our State", and you ought to "strikewhile I mind seven hundred and seveuyfite.5.J) and
the iron is hot
payment of the church debt. and solicit help from those ho Thompson and Des ons, who were committed on : that of these, George S. ILtftKTas reeiY,1 the number .
1 anti-Lcompton heartily rally to the support of their Redeemer's tihgJom, leaving t I I have, dear General, addressed the'e rie- I a\l !
my of six fifty-five ((6rt& )
exlrod It :
kind enough tbol.nd John
may b 1 of the Administration. Let the pnst b forgotten, church orgaaizations-. liicli hare here no place the charge of murdering Henry Simpson a tt your attention, because I 4m assured that your AVesteott received the iTumberof three thousandsix

its animosities healed, its errors and wrongs forgiv all act ion calculated to bias coin crts,in their choice year and a half ago-another prisoner committed generous nature will correctly appreciate the tnotireand I IJmJrl and ty-ne (SCSI :) and trenty-

Florida L &lalaC't.. en, and, united, let the party present firm and church and communion suicide, and f fourth made a confe'sion, implicating the spirit whieh have dictated them and no hine ( ) flittering rote -
TV. Messrs.XJettUnnilsboro the further consideration that if the object is worthy i That the whole nunA of rotes cast for
body convenes on Monday six others. The mob went in of those : >er Registerof
nut bold front to Seward and his bloody programme, as In these meetings clergy and layman meet simplyas pursuit of an its inauguration could not commited
b fix hundred
ttort. Public Lands wn six tbouSn'd anti
McNeill of Manatee
gb. ClyattXf with in the murder
set forth a Rochester. To successfully meet the Christians| here there is no organization, and changed being eonerne to abl. I am very truly, seventy ( ) That ff! these,David S. Walker
oT Monroe and of Franklin fu(6t7
Levy Moloney Eppe onset of and his Your friend Jtc., I fix thousand fire
Sward triumphant Black Republican consequently no official relations. If a NEWS FROM THE rtcei ed tbenumtlrof hundred

heard. and are perhaps now in others the city.whose names we have not I''I }[Myrmidons it will require all the will, all the i i present, he is naturally looked to, to take cergrltl the lead Lor is, Nov. 12.-Tlie Santa PIAJXST. Fe mis JJa'ebeen Gen. Joiit MILTON, Marianna,C.Flo.n. DiPONT. and teeing eighty rotes.one ((6581 :) and ninety, four ((94)- ) teat

strength, aU the united and cordial action of every in the meeting) if none are present then a layman icceived. Col. Mile has had another encounter .-_-- I That the whole number of votes east in the ht

a n ath of Tampa.We part and parcel of the Democracy.But presides and all come and go as Christians or as with the Navajo Indians, which he killed ten, 105 Prize Correspondence. Senatorial District to fill a racancywas four Iln-

while unity and harmony, Virginia sinners, because in doing they look receive I dred and sixty-four (464;) that of these rotes.
) are pleased to learn from Col. Geltis, the counselling 8 t captured 80 hors, and 650 sheep. Ar( T.GA., Oct. 4th 1853.
is not unmindful of the great questions that good to their own souls, and be, possibly, he Kit with his band of Utah Indians la Pearl N. Y. Angus W. Xicbol..n rt'.i.e.t the number of elm,-
: Representative from HilUboroagh that the health t Carson, on WM R WILt: EMJ., No. 498 :Street : I hundred and Dillon
are yet vntttJed with regard to in the Territories blest instruments in God's hand for to the sixty-two ((162) Jt'br r.
r of Tampa lad greatly' improved before be left-a slavery ., good his way to fight the Navnjos. Dear Sir: Allow us to congratulate you on your ceived the nn" bcr of ofi! '1 fifty-the

;. few snee.t Virginia! sees, that though the Constitution soul of others good fortune in dfjjring the whole of the second I ((155.) William Merrill received the numl> r of on.

We days from Col G. of death of recognizes, and the Supreme Court sustains, I Would tn then, that to the Christian it matters ANOTHER GOVERNOR FOR KANSAS. capital prize of $32.30 in our lottery Scheme of I hundred and thirty-six ((136,) and J. S. Gonzatv"

regrtt t 1er the I her right t carry slaves into a territory, yet she not where these prayer meeting are held, \6USGTOS. Nor. 12.-The State reports that the Sept. I h. last one ((1.) .
Simon Tunnan, Sr., an old much respected citizenof I As we do not use the names of prize holders That the whole of rote east in the his
1'1 remembers what Judge Douglas pointedly whether in air manson: or church Medary (the present Governof of Minnesota number
that e open private lon&mue without special permission, we hare to ask authority S District, to fill meaner. wa three
to'n brought to light In Illinois, that this right may b edifice ; they conflict. with no creed nor can they Territory) has been appointed Governor of to do e in your el ( I nltl.ral thirty ((330:) that of tlt; William

I Senator IHallory and Judge Hawklnn.AVe rendered null and void Vy the non-action of the come into antagonism with any church organization.and Kansas, in the place of Mr. J. AV. Denver, resigned. .,We more particularly desire your consent at this I l Jones received the number of one hundred and

Territorial While time because there has been a recent attempt to and S. J. Roche the number of
learn from the Pensacola Olterrtr that these Legislature. Virginia recognise a* he l believes that there can be no distinction seventy-sis ((176.)
poWer that can compel a Territorial Legislatureto of sects in so, he is indisposed to recognize injure our firm. one hundred and fifty-four ((1-)
gentlemen bare concluded to make that city their b Icn''cn. NEW YORK, Nov. 12.-An arrival at Halifax today cry respectfully yours. That the whole number Tote Cast in the 5th
enact those law to protect the const! them in these ; and each Christian i ir his. : SAMUEL SWAN & Co. office of
homes It states that Mr. Mallory is now having necessary meetings announces that there has been a terrific hurricane Senatorial District. for the Senator, wu

) erected a mansion\ beautifully situated, and will tutional rights of slaveholders, yet she does hold conviction of duty may have his pastoral preferences at the Bermuda which lasted 4 days.The three hundred and eibt-t\o. ((382:) that of the*

to the i I that Cnge has the right, and is in duty bound, be can with nil his heart unite in prayer hlnJa NEW You Oct Slim, 1858. T.J Eppes rec\'iYlo the number of two 111tlre.o! ))
for an -city. to protect slavery in the Territories, until the people with all, who sincerely call upon the name of the frigate Sab-no put iu on the lIst October, MtstiM.: S\ML SWAN & Co., Augusta; Ga. and J. C Thigpen received the "r11,, ole -

The Richmond Sovtk has been. removed to Washington of a territory, when on the ere of forming a Lord ; nor can there be any instrumentality mor<5 (Considerably t14IRge.I GnI: Yours cf the 4th intt is just rlc
Slate government,, le the question build denomination,in most cheerfully give you permission to my That liiC whole number of east in the gthSenatorimml
City and united with the Stattn. The new may dec finally powerful t up every t'aC I !IRKI" REPORTS. name and hope it may be of advantage to your votes
for the office of Senator,
be edited Mr. of the former for the future State. community for its the strength of a tluy-ch, i is in Distrc was
will boles
paper by Pryor NEW YORK Nor: .15.-Sales of cotton 1,200 eonCfrn. eicht ( of the*iewitt -
This question is one above the platforms of the not in tb* nuiTioer of her I consider I owe this in consideration of the ninety-folrt9-
will the advocate of Democratic doctrines parties mem you
paper. It b 'Iirtlatitand with a quiet market The news by the Vanderbilt C. Dan kins reeei"ti the nlml.r fur hun
and must be met, and decided, ber I_ at the and II promptness with which you have paid the prize. I and John T.
and devoted to no clique. ( constitutionally folows more perfectly came to late to hare any effect to-day. Sales of Yery *, tc., Jred and fifty-fire ((455,) Myriek re

in favor of protection,or unconstitutionally against fully the use of c\cry means to attain to spiritual I Flour 13,50 barrel, with improving prices ; Oho truly R. AVILSON.No. cured the number of four hundred and tuty-nin.

New Mal Route. it It (af"o and must. not b compromised: if the go\tb is cultivated., by those who are members of, I I ?5 40 @ $5: 55, and Southern $6 15 @ $5 40.- 498 Pearl Street. ((43J That) the whole number of rotes cast in the 9th

Cincinnati platform doe not provide for this br attached to church, the greater will be the I P. S. I herewith enclose you my affidavit, which .
The following communication,addressed to Judge question any Wheat was firm, with sales of 5,000 bushels. Corn Senatorial 1 District t fill a vacancy was .n.hundred
I it must be made t meet this issue. with which God; will blessthst Communion. I! you van puLIh if you think proper. and twenty ) that of the II. II
Hawkins by the Second Assistant Post Master General growth was unptlt sales 8.0 bushels-White 80 f@ 85, 1001 ((124 ;

i of the highest importance to the people of Tbs question of protection to slavery in the Territories Shall not then Christians here as elsewhere, in and Yellow 85 @ 86 cents. Sugar was firm, and The undersigned Wm. R. Wilson, of 49* Pearl Walker received ( number of one hundred and
Harrel the number
this State. There i scarcely a section of Florida will have to be met, and tlc South will de. many of the cities of our land 1. learn to lore each Muscovado quoted from 6J to 7 celts Spirits of Street, In the city of New York, being .,. -o1n. deposes twenty four ((120,) and James of

that is not in want additional I mail facilities. mand her constitutional tights; these rights are recognized other better, and work in unison and harmony, I Turpentine closed firm at 51 cents. Rosin was firm and sdys that lie was the holder of the whole That((4.)the *hole number of 1"te cast in the 10th
ticket number 19.44.a-1n Samuel Swan A Co's.
) The Department at AV htng1otl, invites through in the J.ttutiol. are in the Kansas realizing"'nt true bond of union in which Christians at $1 5@ *1 55 per :310 UK lottery-abele of Sept. lit),. la t; and that bjr Senatorial > ..tric for the office of Senator, ass
the medium of our Congressional representation Nebraska bill, aJtite by the Cincinnati 1Iatfon will alway find the most profitable and delightful New YORK, Nov. 1C. Sales of Cotton to-day reason of the drawing the said ticke became entitled i (ut hun.1rCIII.l thirty fire ((435;) that of tbH
I Jonn Finlarson received the number of four hundred -
and promises t regard favorably, applications for and have been sanctioned and a.ljIJieate.ll'l the way expressing their love to God and 25CHJ bale, At the range of 11 3-ltc. for :MiddlingUpland to the whole of the sec n. capital prize off and tllirlf"e( ) .

Supreme Court, and, with this the souls of those around them ? C. 22,300.hidl prize has been fully and promptly -35)
establishment of new postal routes, and a in- array o authority, to } *. That of vote* east in the
\M paid by the A?. R. WiLSON, numbr 111
the South will demand the lbnlgeP Senatorial I i office of Senator
*rea& of service on routes already established legislation necessary to Sworn l'.fore ice 8th October 1858. I -trit 11
where service be the render valid the rights so amply recognised bv the [From tfir Jranna J'atriot.j J. eleven Iivellm)5timsst( of these Jim,
adJitiol may by BY TELEGRAPR I AIGUSTLS nUOWSE \ '. M Queen received the number of five 'imuntlrejanti
increasing wants or our growing population. This party the country,the Congress the Supreme Court AA'e have been kindly allowed the ue of the !nb .-. fifty-nine (559;) and Thomas Landlord this.

intiYunllon of the and the Constitution joined letter to Gcr MILTs, from a citizen of Gads- I number of hundred and (54A.I .
t\brl Department that i k wil- L .\ FROM EUROPE I five forty-six (
above Had
i The instance. the
hug and anxious to respond to the The right to reclaim\ fugitive blares was by TEn--- -- den county, which we present to our renders: i 1 solitary we Tliat the whole nnmtor of votes east in JC 12th
favovubly reasonable gen same |Innissiol of nil partiM, we could give a list "
the Constitution the QUISCT, Fla .. 10th. 1858. Senatorial for the office of$ o was four
Northern States Sp et
demands of o.tr citizens is creditable to it, ; to ( of have drawn prizes varying from Iistrit
hun"re'ho I hundred that tt these, William
ARRIVAL WS OF THE Mr DEIR nEs-As old citizen of Florida feel within the ad seventy ((470;)
end leaves nothing to be done to the legislate for the practical enforcement of this eonsti an $ capital cf $70.101)>
J. J. Duncan received the imumuber of two
ICOOIlsh ob ing a deep for the prosperity of e9ery I last nine months. S. SWAN & Co. Ilun.lrl
- I jct in riew more than the presentation of views tntionul right, and Cges".compelled t pro portion of our.ol.iude, 1 take the liberty of calling to I II and fifty-seven ((257;) and William ,

suggestions from intelligent gentlemen in every \ide the legislation- HL'erY to the usefulness of VAlsTDERBILT.Cotton your attention 1 subject which i is vitally interesting I ---I number of two hundred and thirteen ((213.)

1 ) part of tbe$tate. through our Congressmen. We this provision. So is it with regard t slavery in I to u* all, and especially 1 to the citizens of 1TA SONIC. That the District whole ,number for the of office votes of cast in the 1thSentoral

the territories. There is no powcf to coerce a territorial frclind i i { tloxrJj, yout section. You have doubtless noticed in the I :'lator.u
p publish in another column a letter addressed by < <: a didininy tfndtrcy. jttml.hic prints Circular recently is ued from the I Grand Lode of Florida. Jun.Jrpd and eighty lw (Ii82 :) that of tlfl.
l to do its constitutionality and - -- -- I MeCall tne number
Judge DuPont of Quincy, to Gen. Milton of Jackson legislature 1'. O. Department, nnd addressed to the members The Annual Communication of the Grand r Congress must supply the ANOTHER ATLANTIC CABLE I hundred and timirtj'-six((5,36 f *M Ga.r..tL VanZantthe
b- :
views and valuable lgi"lationitlllll l'fOJEc. of from the several sections of the ,
presenting -
county interesting country .
Congress Lodge of Florida, be held in the Mas nic Hall, anti .ix
the derelict -- --------- -i nmimi.er of four hundred fferty- ((44rV)
for ssqqestEon.; with such alterations
suggestions with reference to this impJ.ntlubjtt. Intervention territory.for isafundauicntil NEW YORK, Nov 15.-Tlie steamship Vanderbilt asking and improvements of respect facilities to as the- in the city of Tallaha?'N'. on the second Mondayin I That the whole number of voice ciin the 15thSenatorial

t which we invite the atention protection principle 1,8 arrived with Liverpool accounts to Wednesday, progressive develwment of mai respective sections January, 1859, at 10 o'clock, A. M. District, for the office of entdr. w.s
with tho South and I wiser nor better remark three and one ((301 :) that of these,,GeorgAV. ,
readers. lln.I..1
II November 3d might demand. Lnderthis invitation, I think the TIme Officers and Member of the Grand Lodge, I I
fell from Gov. Wise than the Call received number of two hundred andtwclre
neAer following extract
POST OmCE DEPARTMENT, )l COMMERCIAL NEWS condition of West Florida might he presented in so Masters, Wardens and Proxies of Lodges, and all |I tlf ). the number'of eigh
((212;) Tracy
from his Illinois letter :
command favorable
: imposing a light as to most E
CONTRACT: OFFICE; July 30th 1843.. \ Protection in the territories and LIVERPOOL, Nov. 3.-The sales of cotton for the consideration of the For assuredly others concerned will take tIne notice and govern j! ty-nine ((89.)

Si&: During the recess between the past and tl'tlhnt to past. three business day vre 18, all of and of in .
rights accordancewith
sessions of the advertisement of person property } look r exporters 4HtO.( The suffered the want of mail facilities i is that sectionof Grand Secretary. II' t were not Countt.d. but rejected on account of
Jut Cng(8. mi thin rights of the States, and of the Constitution Mate. To mind, there is their Wing two sets of returns made by the Judgeof
market declined and tht lower almost our no reason
I routes in the of the Union will l>e Jd, grades were amy Aol .
\ Suthern eton and laws of the Union." Here, thn, maybe why there i-liouM not be at this time, Irllat.
prepared and it is desirable to invite proposals for Unsaleable. Grand Royal Arch Chapter. whole number of votes cast in the SlitSenatorial
found dcclarEtion with ojH-ration, a tl
changes which the interest and convenience Yirnia's regard t slaveryin STATE 0,TRIDE.-Tlie advices from the manufacturing I lot t'ft-"I our primipalgulf J>ort, The Annual Convocation of t3 Grand Di-triet for the office <.rNnlt..r. W" DObon.1r.1
any o the To this she is ( that of these Joseph
public You therefore oblige fet 1 may require. 'i }"riJai of hundred
the She atlt no More ; the trill lake HO let that such iinc would not be supported is begging. R. Bowne received the number one
communicating far with of manufactured goods had slightly declined. : be held in tho Masonic in the city of Tallahassee -
me by I a practicable -. the question. the experiment be tried, and toy Hal. and seventy-one ((171 :) and six (r) scattering "ulrLoTE

your eon-tituent on this subject and advising me, Indian In South Florida. GENERAL NEWS. word for it, tha I j properly Ippointe and equipped. on the second Monday in January, 1859, at The returns from J'uval eownty were rejected -

I during the reces, -hit changes in esitiag routes Spain continues her preparation to act offensively amid not permitted through t. views of the 3 o'cok. P. I from the count by the bn of Cnnn.bcause ,
Billy Bowlegs and others of his tribe ivh
removed two of returns
required. with the therefor.New against Mexico. contractor, to dwindle down into a one horse limp Officer and members of the Grand ChispterIlep- lets m.0 tle
may b reaon. Wet a few months wince assured Col. Rector it Would be found be SeereUry of Starr; bearing ode the f. ofOctober
contracts -i be made next spring, to take the U. Indian agent, thAt the number o'In. A new submarine Telegraph' COmJHiny hs been ing concern: limit wlrfttevir doubts to may highly heretofore remunerating. resentatives, and Proxies of Chapter will l take due 7th.. the other 15th. these returns conflicting -

effect let July, 1839. dians remaining S JJd 11M exceed We think formed fo laying a cable from Galtfay to Quebec, have been entertained upon the subject the facilities notice. J5O. B. TAYLOR, and thr latter proving the first return to I.f
Very respectfully.Your with a capital of one million five hundred thousand recently granted to the Eastern and Middle Grand Secretary.ttr incorrect, and AtiMwg in rilml of the elD..r:
this statement received confirmation from
doubt ofeitimerttciimg a Tef.il Canvk-w, ic.
I seetionsoTIhefefate, effectually those doubts :
obedient serv't, sterling. 'i put
sources that were eon.idere reliable. But the cwrcctness )pounds to rest It lias announced in the Time returns (r"l rnar county were rejeete.1
just Charles '
AVM. II. DU The ship A. which cleared at New York on ( TUB GRIND CIL OF ftovAL and
DAS 7 COt A>D icing signed bv the Probate only one
of this statement is now dental, The Ktyof ton Mercury" upon what seems to be reliable authority Ju.
I Second Anftit P. J Gen'I.Hon. the 20th September for foundered at sea that the P. O. Department has authorized Select Mason, of the State of Florida will meet in In-peetor. the law requiring two. _
the of Key West in its issue of the 6th mat, Uverrl.
I GEORGE S. HAWKINS, a"l during the puog bit wee the establishment of a daily line of steamers between the )[Ionic Hall, in Tallahassee, during the session In the, tttnrns from Columbia county, x :Cin t
makes a reveHtion trut. It says Dr. 1&e return which had been carried the Court
( : i Charleston mid which i into immediate
JJwte of Kept.. Washington D. C. Femandiua i /go of the Grand Lodge. JXO. B. TAYLOR, t
- Barron Light house Keeper at Cape Florida, now [SECOVP pisp.mni.JSEW operation. Thence is to be for the day after the canvass by County Canvassers

on a visit to this city, states thAt eighty YOR#, Not 15.-The ness by the ViAdcr- warded per Railroad, to themai(the point of Grand Recordtr.CO" and being certified by the Judge of Probate
Conjjre &minC .Florida" and R. R." and Inspector as true and correct vote was admitted -
bUt conveys nothing new about the Atlantic Cable. junction of the the Central ) 1
Indians have visited the Miami since the first
not ascertained yet precisely what has appearance and at that point it is to be conveyed to Tallahassee DeMotAY COMMAXDERV KNIGHTS I and canvassed by us. the Secretary of gtt"
It the Bank France show (
i Tk returns a falling OF
been the result of the recent elections for Congress there of Tiger Tail and party, within two ( daily, in four horse jx 5t-coaclies. Thus youperceive and Treasurer voting to admit and- U)Comptroller
off of pound sterling, and the returns of Templar, and nppcndant degrees will meet in the to
months AVe are a-lured that there can be no ajs 1,170.00 there will be a daily line oftravelbelreenCharleston rlj..t
men The Black Republicans are exulting over about this information a the settlers at the : the Hank of England shows a falling off of :W.O and Tallahassee. Is it to b supposed Asylum in Tallahassee, during the Grand Lodge returns from Sampler county were rejectedon

I their late successes as satisfactory indications that tae pounds sterling- The arrival of pee5- ate S that all this stream of travel is to stop "allhas the ground of their lot being canvassed on the
Miami have kept a strict account of the Indians as O.O seaion.
will in the Presidential election in ? The is day and in the manvtr bylaw, eerif.
I they triumph see supposition preposterous. DlineB Parblo \
pound sterling"- Edito'rs in the State, friendly the Craft
they have come in, with a view of ascertaining have t cates fi'm'a Majority of bearing tle r
I indoctrinate. into the men visiting our Capitol usually engagementswest
t 1861) and permanently councils how many there are now remaining in the State. More[ 'gold fields hare been discovered in of that point, and if a coHiinodioni and expedition will please give the above one insertion. turnS to the Court House establishing the ( .
I of the nation their free soil and
There made from Dude
From the Indians themselves no information A utrala public conveyance were afforded them they precinct rtur
: change the entire domestic policy of our govern I a in "reference to resorting to the county ; ieject>d because there is no eoanly organization -
There it a considerable augmentation of the Spanish adopt ]
numbers obtained. Dr. Barton is of the i
to can Tax Collector's Sale. of them in duo
b or Judge
livery stble. they are compelled to do. I J'rflLe.t certify
a noW
r ment fleet in preparation to operate against Mexico.
that there least 120 Indians of law.
at 130
opinion are or is also that, that class of for
gen- be for State and Railroad
It seems that m the- Northern States the fierce I tra.Uer County
t now in Florida, and says they are in command of I The popular feeling Lisbon is very sttong emily desire to reach Mobile and New Orleans, as WILL for 1858, before the Court-houea door, In the returns.fVoSi' th< & 'teof Ossige and
_ _ k party spirit which raged t an alarming extent the eastern coast, and are likely t become A set of : against England for lief non-intervention policy in their ultimate destination ; and they Wll cer in the city of Tallahassee tfitlim legal Iin's. onMonday. Volusin. Were votes for Senator' IPth S tbero-nv
daring the last election, has not the direct land the tonal which were.no' entertained,as
Irei.lentIJ should a vessel be strandedca the coast the case th Charles ct Georges affair, between thinly prefer the 20th day or December oex. folowm DiltriCt
yet subsided. During the recent elections we her.1tbe firlt' : State, to waiting two weeks for the coast steamer, lands, lying within the was vacancy in Mid office. ,.
crackling of the flames all over that country ; away frm the assistance of the whites. I it is the France and I PortugaL or to taking the circnitou route via Colutn'Sus andNontgome'y The S W i cf N E 1."Section county 33, L 1wit.J. Is TwTmo AVwEHEor,- AVp Hstre hereto lt'fr

and in thfe of who silent the fires intention of Government t -remove these Indians, I is rumored that a change is(contemplated in the a they now do. 1, N & W.-coptakiing 40 acres more or l less. Owner's official. wgnaturW. Done at the .1
bosoms were tli'i
many of November
it would well to rend ait agesC to the Miami at Prussian ministry. But aside the foreign travel I ba'e never name not kno"n L. C. DEMILLY, Tllllat. 18thdy A.
of fanaticism and sectional hatred are yet burning b doubted but that the local travel would be Nov. 1858. 1. .
\ihilc Ind'tins that .The Sultan visit: to the United States steam ample %0. 47- w Tax Collector.
I and consuming the last mite national patriotism. once, -arc. vfsiting._rI JI"1 frigate pid.. to sustain a lint of four horse post-coaches. 1 he K L. V1LLEPIGUE.Sftrrtary ;
I only reason why there i is so little communication of
that the black
We to republican
are sorry MY .Judge Marvin has Written a Book. Piedmont coincides with France in eoudenitring between the West and the Capital, is because there Bfotiee. C. I!. AUSTIN .

will return to "allingh.n this winter, with their I We see that Judge Marvin, of our State,has writ the abduction of the little boy Mortava. has never been any to'I"oOIU and expedition conveyance months after Jat. I, .is administrator of time T,..'

v voices still for war, a fierce, unmitigated war of ten a book on the law of Wrek aud Salvage. I The intelligence from- India announces that the betwe (!points; since the great Alligator SIX ttel of .Cote and Carolina G. Cole, T. W. RE\-ARD. -

angry passions and bitter Their said to be of value to tho< had but afterwards ] line was broken up. Time patronage enjoyed late Jefferson county. Florida, deeas. I shall Complrollrr.
pfna1tit great especially e engaged rebels Isinghur, retreated
leader Win. II. Seward t. i captured by that line while in existence, is a full guaranty present nvy final accounts with the to trap? throughout the State' publish one
great reent speech I in the Southern trade. Dtrbing the waters from it At other points there lad been a for the success of the scheme proiwsed. the Hon. Coo ft of Probate of sid county, and ask accounts to the office of Secretary of
forth the fiat of universal
Rochester sent
at eman- I and islands where so mans aCdent annuallyoccur total route and grvnt destruction of the rebels. But there is another asnee: in which this matter the said court for a discharge Irorn my administra State for settlement.

versal emancipation I the rallying cry of the op he observe, that a chain of Elands & The steamship Hudson, of the Bremen line was may be viewed, which will cause it to address itself torship thereof according t law. ASA MAY. -November 20, 1888. 47- W .

_ position"to the faithful democracy. He proclaimed around he southern of Florida, extending ina burt on the 2d 'mrt. at Bremen haven. with pcula'force to the consideration of your 20, 1858. 47-6m- Building
in his audacious manifesto that succeed in the pint this county have recently raised by Matral.rrH01AST
t southwesterly from Cape Florida, in latitude The Back of Yienna had resumed specie LIME
individual the amount required to Land for Sale
JJ" subscriptions !
f destruction of the Northern and
slavery Democracy 25, 39. 62. and longitude 80 5, to the Tortu- secure the of the I' & G. R., to this Cemet Plaster,
-I the Supreme Court of the United State must frt Islands in latitude 24 37 and menU in and We have just effected I I OFFER for sale! the following valuable tracts of I tLitd; ebuUr Hinge*.
,20, longitude 82, The crew of the French brig engaged shipping place; an arrangement land E i of Sec 35. T 1 Ri.NandWatxsut
be These are the buJ tbA must LeIwept.w.y gl distance of alx ut two hundred of Africa bad been massacred with the company, in accordance with which, they I A superior article of Blind Staple
'urk > laborers coast
destrye. 5,10 milesAbut on have instructed their Engineer to proceed forthxlitJt'lo 140 Icr,. This laud adjoins the Tallahassee D pot : A variety of door Locks.KnoU B-.Us.-&c
before they can trample upon the con outside of these Island and OD the I4tsrth.Aean.LotsNoa.Gatd'lotSec8.T. IJfc
eight miles parallel by the negraLTDT let lie ttu route and adeertiefor fOT contract, for the I For ale by 0' & J. MEG IS.

-- stitution and precipitate the country into civil war. with them lies the Florid Reef_chain of FROM J.nal-Wenel.y. Nov. 3.- grading and cross tying the road. Nor do we 5, R 1, NoYmbr 20. 1 858. 478tCigraryrTolJacco

But we hope there enough patriotism remaining to the tumid to rest at this but N and W. containing 275 a place
i yet rocks, of coral formation, ling underneath the cur- Sales of cotton to day 8,0 bale design permit o &c.
with the Northern masses check these discreditable < I am well assured that by the time it shall reach the East bank of the Ocklocknee river. I ,
t of the water at depths varying from foot Orleans..7 d.
effort discredItable the concerned fjf one Middling Quincy the means will hare been raised to extendit Also-E J of N E i of Sec J", T 1, R 2, N andE 1 A LOTof fine Bass*CIG A-P.S. .
; to .... ._ ..
pre to twenty feet At several points these reef crop Middling )101.ie. .61. to the Apalachicola river: Mr is now negotiating containing 80 _L:3: Superior chewing and rooJfiBe'tOBACCO.
to those who promoted them to honor and Middling Upland.' Catel acreS For Ale O.dkJ MEOIN5IS9.
j above br
and the
out appear water, forming i.-Icts, as for the iron to fill up gap between in Gadsden county,the S E J and E | of S I

trust,and t the great nation 'Iloc J legittative halls at L Key the Sombreros, the Samboes and Sand The market hi.. declined since Friday } to id Alligator and Monticelo. and for the road west of W AL J of Sec 35, T 2, R 3, N and AV, containing 210 November_ 20. 1858.4731 _ _
_ _ they thus desecrate; degrading her character the Key. The principle entrance into and outlet from COLD Tallahassee to and I understand that he I I Just Eeceivedl"OUCKWHEAT

eye of foreign powers,who point the finger and say the Gulf ofMexico, is around te.pint of Florida, OSWEOO N. Y., Nov.WEATHER 15. This morning there i is sanguine of succ(9') between The entire Jacksonville grading (willsthe and acres.Atso in Madison. county S W J, Sec 20. and NW.andW4ofNE4ofSee29. I FLOUR in | @ i bags

.Behold the experiment of Republican\ Govern between these reefs on the the I necessary rrOte Ale E i of SE1ofSec30andWofSE1of _O Superior Oosben Butter
wH norh..and Alligator was last month and they had I
fire inches of the ground, anti timesleighs (completed
were snow on
Sec 20 all
ment! the Republic is already rotten the Bahama Island on east and south. commenced the laying the iron at the former : Prime old Java Coffee Uaccarooi,
gea a anJCcta lf with their bell and all in T 4 R 4 S and
C60 ,
jingling are ten herd acres, E Irish Potatoes,Onions, &e.
core- pieces of its own weight"Think Between Key West and Havana tile channel place before I J f there in June last. It is true
men sent to the capitol make and i i i" -H directions. that the company needed more iron than they then Ammo in Jacksoa county o Chipola River, S W J, I For sale by Q.1 J. MEOINNI33

1 ort abut eighty miles wide; farther to-the, cast it is YORE Nov. 15.-There a heavy fall of had on hand, to carry the through to Alligator; See 24. E I N W 1. See 26, E i of N W J Sec 28. Nov. 20. 1 888. 47-et
I amend the law endeavoring to compass the destruction narrower, being about forty-five miles Wide lehetJ :11 here last but CoL Sanderson, the President entertained no E i cf S E J. Sec 23, nil iu T 4, R 4, NandWeon-

_ of the constitution saying bad ting and Cape Florida and the Bahamas. The value of the snow tliglllm1A1'lft. doubt of being able to negotiate for the required tuning 400 acres. TbSeUorEentT'HE

contending with each other like clidren. the hips and cargosannually passing through tins channel } Nov. 15.-It i snowing here, but amount and he is now at the North on that bnsi AL in Jackson county on Cbattabooehee nrer.'I'I "HARBOUR HILL" tract of Land weH,

I lat word fostering sectional jealousies t gratify has been estimated at between three and melts as fast almost a* 'falls.TfAsniSVo .- ne I these gentlemen shall succeed in their ne abut six mile above its junction wiJ the 'I in Jefferson euoutr.e e' Dtainiog about 7tO

fout Nov. l'S.-A heavy snow storm you may in the course of eighteen acres of neb River bofCum 34, '! acres of vslnaRlf laad, forigautlly very Gui ham
advance pre Sec
some personal pique or a private Interest, hundred millions of dollars. The current of' the gtatons. upt I' mock be noted nabl.
test night and this forenoon the this hear the neighing of the 9IUandl5inT6RNaodW.These ; I ,) may purchased of oo react
forgetting the well being of their common country. Gulf Stream emmect at its western entrance off 1ie throughout .Fire-borae" on the East bank of the Apalaehicola lacdiadjoih the lands of Caleb Blood' 0.1 I terms by apphing to the d.D.SWALKER.Ageot..
northern Mil middle it also
Tr'e do''lp ebullitions of overwrought feeling, the Tortngas, and runs in a eattrrly and northerly eastern Stt.nd i river I With the flattering prospect of such a con the WeLtbBdgg RUlk oa the North.IB1'.RTGAMBLE. : .
snowing here. cuniation,.does it not to rerober2D., ,. 1 88-S. 47
1 ala and prove to have been but tbebm direction, at the rate of from 2 to 4 miles an hour "e01eyoul people arouse /& _ _
themselves and to lend tt hafidin the great enterprise .
upn the deeper waters of common sense. I increasing in velocity as it progresses, until it enters STEAMBOAT ACCIDENt: of connecting in a frter'o1 embrace, the remote Also a tract oU-qaen'lying wilbinthree miles't: $50 EEWAEB.-

1 asa b tb th, often proclamation by Seward of into and expands .the open Atlantic. Irregularities CisctssATi, Nov 15.Tlie steamer Fulfcn City extremw of our State.- It i i. now I fixed faet, I of Fad r a at the head of Innigt t .:s A WAY frwo mj Plantation AC)

; Lis vile porposo as the 1..Je of the Republicans, in the rapidity direction of this cur has been sunk near Buffington Island. The boa/ that the f#is to proceed Weitmtrtt from Tallahassee erf he th and and nothing but the inertness of .ere .JO per acre, one-third I 7L JULIUS CEZALwitlmisa few w ks.lTb .
will shock and all the national and your I If people
conservative .
S1I\P the of which unknown the
rent are narrowness and lost and twelve cash balance and two .
caus ; baggage are ; steerage passengers f ran prevent fa from reaching P"nlcla. It in one first about 57 years old. small, :
feeling of the North and produce a whole of the channel, bad weather,,the carelessness dr''De| t with this as tlie idtimate object, that I would conn-i ROBERT GAMBLE, .ExtV 'II stature, aa xperlooeed body serrint- wter% w bakers -

t woie reaction there; whUb may affect the deliber of navigators, bad lights, and other causes, I eel the*immediate'establishment-cf A first class line Nov.20. 158. 47-tf- its.; the other about 80 years or more of age

:i .t<'ns8tbe next Congress and make It remem. produce annually a large number of shipwrecks upon LATER FROM MEXICO. of coaches; for yi may rest 's're. that tall and'spare, strocg'lranlfc.. U a pwd Black

-f I Iee.as one in which) muck g.od was accomplished, the Wreckers are employedto NEW OU.EAXS, Nov. 14.-The steamer Teet re I p no more suceessful pioneer Railroad" I I ld.THE smith and C oper and very plawlbto dandy plays
Ittfs constantly than the It is the eoach" the Violin. I'will the aoore reward tf tbsir
pol !
I I4: by men wh) # should counsel together as brothers, save thus imperilled.t3T has arrived from Vera Cruz, with dates to the 9th'suit pWeh. luIbr te tiaet ko wn U pay
property, that indit. dne1ps the true line of travel, lying } miles East of : delivery to me.or twenty-five dolbors lor either---
r saying:.What shall we do for the prosperity of Guadalascara lisa been re-captured by the and never I.n. to the inauguration TanabaNe.t Xll4lld containing tre 960 acres, of which abort Sandy has'a wife Governor CalFs planlati, to*

- our tuntr-or we believe it to be AS true of nations : Since Morphy has been in Europe, up to Rberals, after a desperate defence. The people were further facilities.I 600 are thhrpUotation is admirably watered, other at Dr. B-'irroaghs ia TalUhaMe The community -

as of families, that .a house divided against the time of the close of the HarwiU game, he has rejoicing over the victory. Zukaga was anxious confess that as a Floridiaa, I feel a deep ,solicitude and is eere Oe the moat desirable tr eU in Middle I arc requested to look out tar AboHtiuouts. aa I
-, on the subject, in view of the influence to For have strong reason tome believing their loterfercoec,
Dself cannot stand. hundred and b particulars, apply to Major ROBEXT "
1 played one seventeen game, retire. Mazatlan is also in possession o UM liberaK exerted over the feelings of our fellow-citizens Flord at Tallahassee! | with these Mrvanis. LacaVaclssnn. miss, TalUha-

- I Our best 'isbl to the Cong that meets on of which J IM lost t. eigbty tight won, and thirteen Situ Bias i now the only town held by the i the We t. 111ate as they have Wen from the Gun& ; see. Fhu da. ROBERT BUTLER'

S I lie first Mond v hut ( includes J drawn. Zuloagailes. 1 common Ctntre. it no to be wondered. ,.: if the I Nov.2', 1838. ALLAN1ACF"RAN.- j Novewber20IISE 47-U

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CASES \ I E. the goerige have this day f>marl 1 a C ---oA -- I !

I I \ I ,, the U.1 style and 1 pier nfthe Atlantic Telegraph Cable rM

-: = : i L 'I PROCLAMATION for the transaction hf the Girthing and Jfertkant' : IIF r..lo.i"Kwi'drtra by S. Swan.

-; FOR A DAY Q[' .I'IIANK GI"I\G, S'r Tailoring and I would respectfully solicit a &JrORMAN. Jt C. r Acarlejnr rhoh '

BY MADISON S. PERuY, ,. continuation U7tu.tllp patronaee for tbe new firm received leivain ff.b.r (her Single Totterlet. fotNOV. /

Roscxond( Finished Latest l'afrnt-) i GU rEll.YOJ OF FLOJiDA.7'HEREAS. f. 6\ ( bv. thS members of JOHN it in former PRATORIUS time | NEW GOODS-NEW GOODS. der be.supcrintrodrnce 18.''8. at Acgtist Com&ler Oeor ta. ': u. ,

AIK-TIGHT ASD 1XDISTHCTIBLK. -- .- o ASA B. CLARKE. I I Cla*.M ZV w on Saturday, Kovemlxr+ e. 1853.C + .

,\ SUPPLY of all sizes kept con tsntlv on hand \ \ It is right anJ pioper.f or Slates a* : @P S October 14, ((23)) 1833. 43 I: IATCHES.4 LCLOCKS S; yr u 41 r. Oft Sottaday Irlrrtarber 13. 18"S.I .

JTL by T.J. RAWLS', Undertaker.November v f well as individii l,, to return, thanks t<> AI < Sl I '/*. 42 ftrar on Sat>."rd ,. jVovrmfcr Ytt. 1858. '

2G. 1S5S. 47 mighty (lot.J, fur his ,mif.ild bles,,llg8 and iiiciics; i, EO\C\ Jewelry, Silver Ware, and Fancy GolxlsTHE ;! .Am 43 XVair vn Strdiy Xotfmlrr %7. 1858. '

I And U'XrrriM, Tl e 4th Thar: Jay in No-ember has ., NEW COODS. I t r # ".
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-SYRUP & JPOEKBARRELSJIS rx-en by usage and custotl, atloptetl by mnt of the O.YTJ.f.YO'SL.JfU1.S .1.t"'Jt ERS. f
State of the Union, as a dny of Ttiatiksgiving; and: TAHAIUSSEE f L A. I : Cloths Cassimcrs Ycslings, Clothing, and i I UNDERSIGNED are now r ct'i"r large t I :

ill vrder that sni.l cI lied wish: uniformity now receiving a and fresh supply:of I Gents' and youths'frrtlilhin Goods, t well selected stock of 1 1 50-000; Tickets 'r?.
i throughout United'.Statev Jhrrrfarc, ARE lane Watches CJocls; Silrer ami Plated 1
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variety ( kept by OF EVERY .
-r. MADISON ( I 3,485 PRIZES.; ,
AND 8! PERRY, do by this, my public DriLg@ts I DE.ctlpI Ware and Fancy Goods,
1 Proc'amfttion.! !et Tbl4rsdnv! tlie 5th PL.XTlRS. XEAELY toJE rfclZK: TO K7EJ.T KIXK TICKSKTStOf S' 1
aids of PJrSlCllAnd
S.ey most S -LT. day : rpHE now receiving, .ai t the i consisting{ pf I __ __ ____ .
;, Novemlier.as a dnj of public TJianksgiving, and re- others, will always find at this establishment a SUBCRIER.nre '
pLENTTg.wd8YiUi amt PORK BARRELS JL ) JOK:* PaArostra fine Gold and Silver Patent Lever .513 C.ti7k7CLST j1..UF.1 : (
occupied by Gents Hunting
I s I teettIl'! ask the clergy .f all re'igioos denomination i full supply of every tL ing needed in our line and onas i
,lj for sale hwe. ALSO--e arse or fine KeyV est selected stock of .
?, to opeM their Houses of Worship, and deliver liberal terms ns they can be had in any Southern I a large a,'d "el Watches, TO Hx D1UW tACn eATCDAr 1:1 9VESh I 1

SALT, at LAUD'S. Newport Fla.No.20 addiesaes, suited to such an occasion and request tle! Market. Orders by Mail or otherwise promptly attended t I Gents fine. Anchor and Lepine Watches, I 1 Prize of. .. 10,000 41"riceeoG ,. .1900 r
1858. gr>.' I jKN.pl* of the State t "
1 catloni and join in t'.e religious exercises of the dA'. personally pnrrla8e1 I by Customers. To Cash and t open Dill ,I' 1" 10.000 j. 4 .. '00 t :

Nathaniel Hamlen, In testimony whereof I bare hereto set niy I prompt buyers, we fell 1 confident in saying we !i FOR HENS' AND TQDTllS', I Elegant rets of Florentine Mosaic Plintin! Cam I 1 ,a .. 6.000 4 ..... 600t !
fine Gold and
COMMISSION MERCHANT, hand and caused t [i.. s..J] of the State of Florid.u Done at the Capital I pri@es I Fpb I 1" ... 3OOQ f .Q 300 .
Cravats Ties and Merino i Hose,
I Coral fi Jet Brace.It't "
fine Gold
10.38 Ladies
St New OrlE'an0 GJtves Cbatala neham*,
Pojdras iu tbe City of Tallahassee, this 3rd day of Drugs I Paint I Put)., Silk, Cotton and c.ton UndcrsJirt Drawers, tc. GolJ: Pins and Ear Rings. Gents I i' 1. 1.600 1 100 .II .. .lU .tI

Noveember, A. D, 1858. Medicines, Oill, Burnine Fluid, Bosom Pl an, Enamt'le, Fob and Badge. Keys. Fine I 4. 1,0001 4341,,.. 100 .

REFERS TOESGov. M. S. PERRY, Governor of Florida. Chemicals, I DjeStiiffs: I Camphine, -4I!0- i Gold Pen; and Cases, large assortment of Fine 4j lroxirnatror! C .zb. '
.James 1 E. Troume, : By U e CuHruor-\tlt'I't: Perfumery, Varnished, I Glass Ware, A fine ftljoftment of black and colored Cloth, Cassimers I t
l t : joooo
Tallahasstc 1 Fla. Gold Silvp/ Spectacles, Gold and Coral Necklaees 4 Prizes of 400 appro'J P rite are I F. L."LUI'IGt.E Sec"y of SUtc.Noembcr and Vcstin e. which are prepared to I I no .
Gen. R. A. :hillc, r Fine Soaps I Window[ Glass. they Toth and Picks Gold Slides. 4 300" Y6,00 1.200
6, 1858. 45-3t manufacture to order in the most f.ifhiona-t i I Er Blt .
A. B. Noyes, Esq. 1 Fine Tooth and Hair Manufactured Tobacco I
i Seals, Gold and 4. 200. l&.OW. 800
R. bf. Spencer, EII'1f.f.Newport, Fla. i 1 C3f" All papers tbrougLoulthe( State cjpy. lit u hes. I'M tent edifice ea. ble style, and at the shortest notce Terms reason : Thimbles Rn.kle Sleeve Buttons Charms and Studs, Fine Gold 4 II 12' 1,000 "it 600

John J. Suellin. ,iipcyr FLu Paint Brushes, Fine Havana able A liberal discount for ea! I ..
: rings and l'ilt with Diamond, Rut>y. Opal and "II 100. 6OOA 400
Oeo. WroBailer, J-efferson county, Oh. BY EXPRESS Surgicalln"trumt'ntl I &cd'chie] Chests, I'RATORIS A CLARKE.The Pearl Sets, Plain and Chased Rings, Misses Rings, 4'. 15" EbOQ: H 300

J. G Putnam EJa.. Madisx.n FIAAnmstus suited to Plantation and Family use. undersigned woul rept'ctfuly request his I plain and with f'tl 4" b4 II 1,600 ." .. .,200 j
Steele, Lsq, Codar *, Fla. From New York former customers to Come as early a day i . '
ALSOFl'KE = SILVER WARE b,000priseeof 20 are . .. .100,000
Daniel lied EKJ. Hiiuilton count}. Fla.! Colored Raglari ClciV, as possible and settle.up their old accounts. I :, {I! --- .. .

E.L Ed.Seitu..E Renilgtolq... 1| Thomas,'-,He. nfc...,. lADIES Black Circular i D. H 1 DiES AMES&., BRANDIES. MEDICIKIL bL LIVELY.purposes. October 23. 1858. JOHN 43 PRATORIUS. I t Plain" and Threade Talle Desert Speens. aad Forks, b,48 5 rriies amo\Dting to. . :. .. ..i.320,000I /
f Black
q. oml aziM. I Wuott TlcuTS fl0 Huns U. QTUTEJt t2I I.
I lkt.1G,1858. 42NOTICE. Tea ;
Jack J. Marsh. Esq., Duncanrille, Gco. : bra de Rhine I
NEW COODS ME W GOODS. Mustard and Salt
Nut 20, 185 47 "lIn.1] White Silk Rouchfo.I i Sugar Sp Spoons, I A C1RWf'LARhmrlaprArplnwq/ibe LatttHu vial
-- di< (,1uh.1 Kid Glove. !, .. { : I Soup 111 Kuires,Cats dv Butter do..anJFrutt .JN*< to any WEBER & DANNHEIMER
---ForSai Linen Triiinr.ing. (new rt\lu) ) I II knivel.
I ,
MGISOU 51. G. Silver f'apkiu! Rings, Silver Card Cases r
YOUNG and WOMAN with her rrencli L.ICI': Circular Veil, GIANXEJ.LAtE i MERCHANT'TAILORS Pore Certificates f will be sold at'the allow i
A likely negro u u IVlerincV Principal Musical u th. Ff'maleClge Mo.".a'es and Tweezers, Silver Cups and GoLetsp () Packages 1
child. The above wtiiiUn is only 18 years ot ASD DEALERS INREAD rates, which U the risk : .
age strong and healthy in e,'erv respect( and a fire(- PaiUMiKhn.The Lynchburgh, Virginia, and in Atlanta L t TED WARE : Certificates ot of 10 fftiole Tk-iek.::.ts 'rt
rate; field h.ind. For further particulars: apply at above Articles have toui thin Jay received Gfr ; b<'gs Icate to iofonu the CfrizE>3 ofT 1 Y-MAOE CL O TIIIXGQENTLEMENS' Beautiful patterns of Silver Plated Castors, Cake t Package* 16 Half .. 40
llnlm oee that he has l located himself
< permanently
Nov.Su. 1858. 47-5 THIS OFFICE. and for sale at D. C. WILSON'S.rTovfmlxr ASU Baskets. Candle Sticks and Waiters. *
G, 18; 5. 45 in this CIT+, as an Instructor of the Game } der Flasks Shot 10 Quarter ,. 20
--- --- -- -- > i I Fine D. B. Guns, 'o" ', -
FURNISHING GOODS Bale 10 Ei"btb". ... 1C
A.: GALLIE - I PIAA'O[ FORTE and of VOCAL MUSIC. I Pouches, Caps Wads and Cartridges.Fisc ,

Home Ind try Revived I from hit PROFICIENCY in both branches, he feels TALLAHASSEE FLA. I CITLS.RT-Table and Desert Knives, with & ia ordering TICkets or Ceriificatee.eneloaethe J t't
rnI I t to our address for the Ticket ordered ;
on receipt
s ---- without A Wostenholmes PocketCutlery money
fide( ( of giving entire satisfaction to who
r "IlE UND RSIGS ED tire proprietorlltlf the riLt patronize him. He found any at the may SUBSCR8 are now receiving, at, Fork. ? t W o.tt'lbolme Razor LSci*ora. I of which they Sift be fonrlutled..JJI: first mail .

(GOODS PROVISIONS to .t'll in }lori n, W endt'"h lrs eu lw'riot II I Iiu 1 cl. may b ely THE U. Berry's Auction Fine China Goods, Pajr ilache Goods. Purchasers,can Late tit-Rets: ending ID any figure they "

I;I REFFEREXCES I Room, a well selected Stock of WI>-.' may Ji signntf. r-
HANDLOOM : TER GOODS, suitable forGEXTLEMEA'S1 r.\L. I Musical Instruments : I! The List of Driwn Numbers and Prizes will be 11'
-A\U- I JOHV E.: DtBosE: I Judge J. W. BAKER, Guitars, Violins, Flutes, Tambourines, Accordeon, sent >n purchasers immediately after the drawing. r.

GROCERIES IX GE.\ERAL.; .. I 1 patented in 1 o:50.1 arc now off,iu; the whole! or D. C. ,\ 1L, THOA J. PERKINS, I WEAR- Banjos, tc. I &T Purchasers will |'le se wftte their signature {Ii

a put of their territory for sale. To an} t ne desirousof I JOB S. MAXWELL, I D. D A\t1 consisting in part of French and English Cloths, Caesimeres Table Mats, Backgammon Boards, Walking Canes, plain, and give '.heir Post.tlf5ce, C.oontJ am!State.. 4;

November 13. 185.?. _46. : investing capital in a fUrl nud lucintne business a F. H. FLAGO and Vesting* of the latest style and best quality House Bells, Japanned \sitt'rl, Feather Dusters, 13?" Remember that ererr PrIZe u drawo and .

------- -- -- --- ---- -- rare <-hance is now pren-iiled. We will dispose of I Having:known Professor GIANNETTE for sometime I which they aie prepared to make up to order ina Paint Boxes, China Setts,for Children,Fishing Tackle, payable full without -'.-Juctioo.Gf 1 ;

A. GALLIE'S, thelM.leStnt! iiKhtor fe'.l the r'gbt: for one or I very cheerfully recommend him a a worthy workmanlike and fashiouable manner and on REASONABLE Perfumery, tc.tc. All pr'zec i iil(000 r' rd node!. paa idimnediately '' 1
VARIETY CASH STORE more Counties. One of these valuable labor-saing I Gentleman and an accomplished Musician. I TERMS. Also, I good s rtmept of -ALSO aftr/the;' 'dean m-other' >vrues i at the nsuJ

Lams is now on exhibition at the Mr. Jo JOHN R DuBOSE. R EADY-MADE CLOTHING S or 4 Sterecops. ( Paintings, tC! l t f
IS io receipt of a large and extensive assortment ef were Oct. 23,1858. 43 i for sale by GORMAN._ of Bitty dnys. ,:.?,\ .
A. Edmondson, in Tallahassee, the consisting of Fine Black and Colored Clotb Frock MYER. Xll co'mmcWcationS sfrctfy confidenLaj., t
Ircpie N. B. A liberal .
Dar GOODS, HARD WARE, invited to call and see it work. We uoth- Coals, Fancy Cassimere Business Coats, Black and r' I Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to Oi.. .
machines Sale of Acres of Land. 25 1858. Z9' } .
READT MADE CLOTUI.NO, HOLLOW WARE, : ing in favor of the superior merit of these 1,400,000 Colored Raglans and Over Coats, Black and Fancy Sept. / < f S. SWAN" CO.:; Avgutta,.Ga. '-IQ'$1' :

HATS AND CAPS, QIF.E WARE I over any other loud-loom. They speak for them Judicial Sale ofLand/I Doeskin and Caseimere Pants, Figured Grenadine Persons residiffg near Montgomery Ala er '.
selves. DAVIS A BOOZER. and Silk and Cassimererrsta.. { .
BOOTS ABU SU l\, ClTLERT.CS3El.OODESH.I33S: I November G, 1858. 45-3w I George Gflir and others, *) I Fancy I Tai e V&* & Geor Atlun'a, Ga,can have their orders filled and cive .

M.. State nf FlrtfMn I -ALSO- BAI 1 I time,by addressing S. Swan & Co, at either of tho*** ,, '

Lewis Cur{ and Nathaniel > 'eatei t DtndicalCir? i : A good assortment of black and fancy silk cravats -y- 1''f'n sr cities. '. i .IL .
auDns.1| Wivr.s, | ALLS I PORTER .CIDER. Land & Negroes for Sale. I Tbuiston{, Trulteel of the cuit, in Franklin co I afld ties,shirts, merino, silk and cotton under shirts, pr :I (OCr Tickets far sale ly E. b(. WElT 1

PURE SCOTCH WIU&KEY. I pursuance of a decree of Leon Circuit Court, : Apalachicola Load Com ID Chancery. I collars, socks, gloves, &. Tallahassee, Fla. r ,.. ,
A few hundred bushels Canada 0 AT:. 15 Packages TN undersigned Commissioners will sell to the I pan and others. The subscribers are \beginners and Dot-: :-. At j I C3f A list of the numbers bat are drawn from t m

Boots and SI tots-gold 1-jw by the Package. highest bidder before the Cottrt-bous door in Tallahassee j T)URSUANT to a decree made by the Hon.? J.J. ly unknown to the community, and } of I the wheel with the amount of the Prize that Dank I

L--November__ _13, 1858.___ __4G___ __ Mrnday., the 5th day of December next I JL. Finley, and tnJt're in this cause, the undersigned I themselves to give satisfaction. to all who rn.- I" I Change oce is entitled to, w ill be published after every dnwioff J 1
i the following lands and negroes, belonging to the | Receiver, appointed by the said Court, will them wit their patronage.. r' aTo.J --- o--- to the following papers': Augusla, (Ge ) Oocv

Wanted to Hire. Eotate of LJ.iviJ Felice!, deceased l. tt..wit : The N j | sell by public Auction, on the first MONDAY in ,-t1:11ER- I and after Saturday the ninth Oct( r, 1SS8. I tutiofiafiiit., New Orleans Delta. Mobi Register., ..

rpWO LIKELY NEGRO BOYS from 12 to 14 of tu* S W }. of Section 30, in Township 2, Range i January, A. D. 1859, in the city of Apaldcbicula. all I A, ON Train will b run daily, (Sundays exiepted) Charleston Standard. Nashville Gaett4 Atlanta Jo- I [ "

JL pears, of age. Enquire at THIS OFFICE.Novtmber 2, N A E ; and the N E 4( of the S E }. of Section 25. the Labd belonging to the said APALACHICOLA Oct. 16. 1858. y' .1JI tiiEiJ1ER. a follows: I telligencer. New York Weekly Day Book Savannah t

13 1R58 4RVirginia ia Township 2, Range 1, N fi E,in Leon county,con i LAND COMPANY, Iting in the Wesrer Judicial ---- ,- L f_ i 42 Leave Station 3, Mill,. 8 A. bI. I bforning.NewsRichmoalDispatebNev. iY rk,Dispatch .
___ __ -
on taining 120 acres more or less and 1 negro woman I! Circuit of Florida, with the exception of the Town '-- -- -- Arrive at Walkes. .. ... 9 40 A. M. I Paulding (Miss) Clarion, and Little Rock, ;

Tobacco. Charlotte aged about 50 years, one boy Toney, aged I I j lots in the city of Apalachicola. These lands include < Ndtce, Tallahassee. ..... .. 950 A. bt. I (Ark,) True Democrat. !
i about 18 pear,, ore girl Sally, aged about 16 years, description' of Soil, and to be. Lave Nov. 14, 1857.Maryland.
every Tmber. quality $59RS. WYNN A-JILTON at S1 Marks. .... .. ..11i A. M. I 46-1y { .1
Q OO.BOXJ. of MULLINS' TOBACCO just one woman Milley, aged about 21 j eare, and her infant I found Ih the State-the offers Ffehj j N tathorized are my duly Leave St. Mark. ..... ... .. .
go Agents dun absence from 1'.lI 1
J- and fur sale bv1L child. The negroes to be sold !or cash; the land cries. The Soil is of every !grade, O&CT m 7with Arrive at Tallahassee> :. ... .. 3.40 State Lotteries/* : I
propert : P.11
A. SHINE Jn, Agent.Vovembrr one-half cash, and the balance on 12 months credit, I every inducement to this di crip'ion bye \ ,58. L I KNIHT. I. "e .. .. . 350( I Ii
13, 1858. 46 with 8 cent interest, ta be secured La ,0 .
by Lands O
mortgage These form of 4--tf i
I per part *,
1 Mill Station 3.. P. JL
___ __ __ __ Fo. at '
u h land. R. B. lIIL TO FRANCE
the R.
1 I & Co.
: on I and are sold fur by tb ManagertY ,
Co 't di@tribution .
Miss Johnson I RICH. SAUNDERS, f Court of erv. tltp o 1 1I 11 1 l I Connecting with Post Coaches daily to Monticellonnd folJ
r CJfD 1 11 \ the Lotteries, the
I Madiwif Baldwin and ( Ma.1I.RtI.State present -
11 twice ,
November C, 1S5S. !StJsi The of tu Mae& fSkTc mile I :wet!t Aligatr i
ESPFCTFULLY informs the LADfES cfTal II.uld \ los iu Stheniea
> .. btoU.efy ift 11 I Jacksonville, arriving at Monti Mondays and Splendid
-- (lo o
1\, lthac so<> and vicinity that sTie bas a few fAShimAble i U Marsha: 6 Sale. I on Sea the ehrwettiaf, IdjlHKi.f4 le. ba1ty St:ol George lanjI sn<''' ever Book, I Fridaysagd departing Wednesdays and Saturdays;; For AUGUST, 1858.They .
IUINNETS hand, which the will sell atreaHiable '
on I Ci WORTH mow :(!.) $100."SLTrtirSJffpftnmifSTPJjnC : with Post Ch to New Port on arrival of. and which ,., alii I' .
prices. She is also jwepared to do all >y virtue of a writ of fieri faai.a;lrtred from the Dog Inlandj, t m pirt.ef;ta -. his-, .pr. rty; LJ I I1.u. I returns departure of Tram; with the hue of cautum pJrcfinsera; of Tickets to beware #f 4
0t'L"7 i
kinds fbtfLLltiEKl at (-1"ntnotice and reasooableterm I; r- Cl.rU'a offioo ntTitUuliitaeo ,rtt the IIL!t .TL. ytn.a.r.." U 'c i %. } I.r fin nrtaro J>agr.! Mail Steamers Orleans, Key West and ordering Tickets io I..Ut'rielfkre.. extmord/uaiy 1 1I
I J eollpelion' and of
; HIM! olicil n lilwral share of wtronage. Ordeio'xvill I District Court for the Northern District y/d StateswheVa timber. suItsbJeTbr Masts and ; par and A general }'.[, a Inrl..r, Bii

I I" cei\ed at Mrs A. F. MILLER'S, north of Allen, McLean and BottfaT 1 t Florida, timber bum 8 is found on tbe bank and in the vi a than that of any oh.r wiling eaUibliMinient at and departing from St. s,nn the 15th and 29.b; I -all such are swindles. ,,. ;,, ,

the F..mllienJt'mv.. f i i and J1 A. T. Weston b de 0 dtainre plaintiffs, : cinity of the numerous rivers ( au outlet to -1.u. countrr; ales, ,,,:rontaingpreattr iile imluremenU th:1 I I of every montk Should these dates fall on Sundays, I The Maryland Lotteries have been in existmetfor
offered aitdrtm.
< November 6. 1858. 45 -- on and will expose for Ole .t ji fTliave levied ufi i the Sea through Tho Forbes Purchase,'' besides: a
highest bidder on OM first M Wic! outcry to the i variety of rare timber; such a Live Oak, Cedar,Jumper .w. t v INS, K VAX3 k CO., Puhlsh.r. I I Meamers. I and can be relied t>n. If you draw a Price, rou will;

Silks at Cost tor Cash between the boon of tea-an/5d np in December next, I' Day, Cypress, Ash, White Oak r nd Hickory. n.' PRESTO T, li5S. f, CT7 6m-S2 itread war, }ivw \ot lil, E. HOUSTOUN I get your more y. Hie wliole country i is flooded with ;

C. WILSON offers hie entire STOCK of FANCY Cuur4lrousedepr lathe_ tf two ,i dr ck, before the The. city Of Apalachicola is on the Bay of the same --. ,-- - Pres l SIpriutpndt'nt I! Boipis Lottery concerns. Beware of them.
SILKS at Cost; for Cask Consh.tiiy county the" owing Jrwn of Monticello, Jefferson I' name at the mouth of the Apalachicola River. Asa NEWGOODS.CHEAP 5F Sentinel, AVakulla Times, Qff Order io the Maryland State Lotteries.MAGMincirr 1 1

Robes a Quille, yadiere Strip's. SeetioB| ,8of8irlscribedlj ral t. to-wit: All of Cotton Port, it is third in point of importance on I nd Juiney Rf'pILlc copy ti forbid. !I SCHEME. '

Lai e, Plaid aud ttrp'd Silk.Volanto. S A JC o ion 11, Towneh p 1, Range i, I the Gulf of Mexico, and ranks next to Mobile. The ---0 _dept_2 ,. I.-o- I I lottery. r
i.i less. Levied -- ---- State
tpaeaatibi UG acres more I Apalac :cola River, with its confluence with the I 2 Maryland
tolle'troi; ty of rail Joel #. T. Weston, andtisfy'said and other uh.ndloto Groceries. '
: Chattahooth'e, streams,
: o\"clllllCr 6. 1858. -*5Fresh'Buckwheat Flint GOODS. CLASS N,
.. .
writ of fi. f.i. according to s' 1
4i tbe interior four or e hundred miles,and drains the
I JUST RECEIVING FOLLOWIVG : Tob Va.r"tnBrJtimoreon, Salurda*, togas 19 ,
? l1et.
BOY E. E. BLACKBURN, 0. S. Marshal I finest Cotton, Tobacco and Lumber Districts in Alabama TiE +
rti -oAlf ---- ,,. 1-i Drawn Billots In Carp PacbKe of2oTlctru -
r 6, 1858. 45 and Florida. CHEAP FOR fASH I OR Ct1f.v0 (
Currant Georgia 1 Pram I Vnreof .:.$40,000 1 Prize of.....$ ,<
CITRON, | Fresh -- now large and
HRESH The Buy of Apalachicola bfcs recently become a receiving my carefulyelec. ,
I 1 Prize of 1 L English Piccalili, at } Fill !iiniry. Qf i point\ of increased interest from the discovery by the ted STOCKS of FALL and )LANTS' Extra Flour ( \Wbt'at) .::::::::::: : : ::::: 9U p .

D. C WILSON'S.-1 officer of the Unte States engaged :n the Coast embracing every quality and style. JL Mount Vernon, I 1 .. .......... I.IIIIT I I. .." 1.000I f
........ f11I0 50 Trltf 01.. ,
45 .1,9J .
NO erC, 1R58 MISS JL A. MERSERKAt', I Survey of a new Cnnnellt'aJi, g jnlo.it ProfessorBache StLKS : Goshen Butter 1 ... ..... I.IMIU 20" ... .. S
-- -- - -- --- of the "twentyone Powder, Shot trod: Caps, I ......... 5.000 20" .... 86JHIO >,
Just Received 1! / TS receiving at the ktw BIILMNG, opposite the !o twenty ttfo feet water in this Chancel at lo\fr SIB'!: Robe a Lnize, Striped tLir. Rock Polafcb, 1 ... ..... 1-1J1" .... 40: ,
J dunk fashionable assortment of 44 YoUnte, Plaid A Cord Silks, ....... ....
Kpscopal ,a went Brown, LoaanJ Crashed Saga, 1 B.WW M" lofBJ)00 >
Nrw York anJT : tide, Which would give about twenty-five or f ... ..... .
TEli brig SAb1i50frvm ) I a Quill, ,Double Skirt 1 M" ... (W r
FALL & WINTER MILLINERY, six feet at tide. This makes No. 1 Mackerel in | bM: ........ II '
X steamer O A VEStON from New Orlear per high ApalacMcoIa 1 3ono M .... Sit
Flounced l, Silks of itf
jBl'k quality
which she offers CIILAP to the Ladies of Tallahassee best Port on the main land on the Gulf 6f Mexico, i every t'u.I., Mats and 1'ickles, .', ......... 5.000 4.1W .... -H
Fresh Buckwheat Supeifiot Fiorina and Marceiline Silks ...... .. ..
I and except Petibacola, and fully to it. Another ; and Adamaotne Candles, ; '.' 0,000 ZV40. UI4 ,
Ooshn Butter Extra !U4>gio.. vicinity.Oct.. {'-tfRESTAURANT likely to exercise favorable influence Worsted Goods : Burning: 90,81DPrtzrJ..araoaating to........<..|MI400
I 30,1858.
", No. 1 Idcltrcl in Littr,! Ribbed SidyHftd Syrup, I creulstanct is this sale of the Forbes' Purchase Cashmere Wine and Cider Vinegar, Tickle f 10, .lTe M.Quarter 19.50 Eighth $1JXCertlflcaU
on palarhicola Detain Laize.
English Diary Ch f se, dire a 4ad Shoul- I I I i surrourd the and Robs a Snuff B ami: Bladders, )ol Pmckage of2 Whol* ....,........IM.Ofdo. j
I Land*-they city, fronting on the coa t Y olantt'. .t1e
Citron nnd Currants, Sugar ct 'I I I I do. S/ Halve*.......... ".to
) for eighty miles, and extending into the interior abut I double Skirt Citron Currants, Soap and Strr do. do SSQnartera........ .. 88.90
Plants' Ultra Flour,CARUELL4 Hapjjin/redkHams; and Itr, ., I rpHE SUBSCRIBER, late of Bairrbridge Hotel. I the same) distance. Tln>!e lying in the Middle Black Bareges and ChaUC W. L. DENNIS J CO. do. do Eighth... ... ... .. ... It.TIHAVANA

November & ilAXU'ELL Pe I JL Georgia, having permanently located ra Tallahasnee cuit are unde de!ree anJ advertisement of sale, and Poplins and t'rillo, _Oci 1858.. 42 i

___8 h, _1858.__ __ __45_ i I begs leave to inform tbe public that he has amount aggregate to about eve million four Solid colored Cashmeres and DelainSiotch ', -- : I I PLAN.

----- -- opened aFirst I hundred thousand acres PlaMs, Haawre.------ --" :'Y.01 .".
New B Restaurant The Ocklocknce, Sopchoppy, New and Crooked 1'1pacisatiJ Bombasines, ri RACE Hoes, Axes Th\ it the old noJe of Dremitiy,-fiutt in out i

receiving a largo i ks. ; Class Rivers, all well timbered, f w through these lands, Figured Detains at all prices. JL Hinges, Tols Wheel and Titltt in another. 'Every Prize t,

Now : iiludSn' 4 a>bck on maio Street next to Cot UerfV' Auction! room, i: and connect, by tide water through Crooked River, Sundries : .tale by W. L. DENNIS A Dram out. ,
IrAhEagl "tbe\EWClB' I furnJeL I with the Bay of Apalachicola and with the Apalachicola Lloyd:Oct 16, 1858. 42
publication where he will be always prepared to Oysters nuts nuts rx rrtL wimorr Ajrt JlEl lrCTIOJr.
Bd I River and its tributaries, concentrates at this English Crap, Bonnet, Belt, and Trimming
bound in T *,( I '
( ear r individuals.
-rjr in the shell, by the gallon to families or ,
Annuals iu SujicrC bittr'tj'( *f .Wf Gift Books and I Having made permanent open arrangements to t pv'ut advantages 'or procuring every description of Black Silk velTeL Pibbonn, I IC New Hats Maryland State Lottery.

Bibles and Prayer mgi and+! a large supply of be supplied with Oysters, game in season, and all ship limber, naval stores, and a general lumber busi! C R.tbons. Crocbetcol'd Silk Fringes I IL. lot EXTAR CLASS 9, '. -- .. ,
November OSWJfcDOUG ALL A HOBBY.EVERY other articles usually found in a well arranged and ness, unsurpassed in the United States These advantages i ;r 9..u"enuhidGluvee, I LARGE now W. L. DENNIS CO. r To be drawn In Baltimore ltd.,9atrrdq Aug. 23thls83..

__ 45 i conducted eating house, will be enabled to furnish I with tbe facilities afforded by so fine a harbor Velve Trimmings, Tasjell Buttons, 16, 1858. 42 l c 20.165 Prize 40jOOO I Tickets !11 t fc

t suppers it the shortest notice and in the most improved and the ready access to tbe markets of Cub New Worsted'Oaloons. Bl'k A.rrd Dress Buttons, -Oct --- \Ve would call particular attention to the following, '

K ftSpens. II' Designing to devote my entire time Orleans, Texas. Mexico and South bouldmake French Eugenie and I R.I I YANKEE. Norto:s. W. L. Dennis & Co. spleodid tcberi, a package ,,16.who:, ti ket% r
and this I trust that I will receivea Apalachicola tbe first lumber mart iu Corsets, and other ticket '
to business Amerc ?80- .1
\ with and without bandle .jui The sale is under a Decree of the Court in Store, a lot of Salt, Flour,Segars., Rice r
share ot Chao Skirts : draw lX determined the f
N-otembel1 tt :' d t HOBBY. I public patronage. Hoops HAVh warranted to fi1 by saint
; which offer low for cash
is unconditional and without Coffee, we cotton
be obtained the bottle, but will cery reer the whether odd
85B.' 45 Liquors can by Coronation Skirts, ber drawing Capital Prize or
Crown .
I .
under consideration be retailed. Also first TEPMS-One third of tbe purchase money But no a Duality ( 1 b I ,
-- ------ Balmoral area
l Cruvelli "
Insole- : I II.gar always"oa Land JAMES ROGERS. paid in cash, the balance in one and two years, EJensioQ'Stc. Sldrt Childs and Misses.SkitS Sept 1858. 39 tinnDID Pcacrtt .
Estate Notice.JEFFERSCnRIDA. Cruvelli
STATE OF I October 30. 1858. 44 equal instalments, with eight per cent, interest from Advances' 1 Prlze.of-.. .....1.\000 Appro-Illl "to..2OG .,,
J ; date; titles to be made by eke Receiver when the Mantles and Cloaks : Gat tflWJO .... 109
COUNTY f !I NEW ooDS last payment is made." Plush Talmas Colored TADE : ahippe to our Fr4rbddlb I 1 : :::::::::: 8,000: : .,1 .... M
; .
JAmtS' Persons desiring information, either to the Clok. 1>JL New York. CO.: 1 ..... 1.000 .... 04
8 and Velvet Black .
DxWITT, administrator utthe Estate I i itI carefully prop Moir Antique crJ Raglans, L DENNI& 1 tjooo M
a.,rei W. De Wit late Jefferson county, I \>\>T t Are DOW Stock rert'illg.of GKOCERIES a tares and, and Fall and seIccted try or the titles, "i apply to tbe following Mantles, I Zephyr Worsted Mantles Lloyd, Sept 25,1868. 3 :. :::::::::: 1100IfMl ::':.,
tom in the : I .. It
& filed ift be Probate office of Jefftrson cue Cloth Talmas
county, eta Winter DRY GOODS, embracing every style and I D. P. HOLLAND, Esq kCIA' 1 ...... NX 1I
of Ctfritten ertict) that l he b .Iie\'es the Es- Quincy W. Dennis ..... .
fate sujr' wanted in this marketGROCERIES Laces and Embroideries rValencicnne 1" ono I' .. M.
quality usually R J. FLOYD
yaatAa,1Y:. D full i* given to all having claims &c.Rio T. J. EPP$,.E. Collars and'Mourning Coil's A.Sfeeves, ID Oenaburgs.jerseys. 1 .... .. 400JUO w ... Eo'etr '
persons .Sheetiiies.and For sale .
Those desirous of will find ...... '"
r and Java Coffees, Laying a good ErL'd" Surtg cheap 1
Estate to and file the same withy I Onions, SIt'ev. 18b8. ...... '
appear S
26. 200
; 1 to' :
Potatoes Cracked Granulated t opportunity in the Sale of.this immense tract of Land, Maltese Collars Sleeves, English and French. Embroideries pt ...... a.
Probate of said county n or before the ; .. ., 100 .... 190 are. ....._ 10.080
'o Mav next.: A hcn..ther? will be a pro rata I Currants, I Brown Sugar, including thousands of acf es. The Receiver write ice Honito" !' 2Oono" ...... .. 10 an..........SOO/XM
a'otiof the funds_ belonging to. said Estate, ; Raisons, Bacon Sides, clear and any information in his powef to those who. org Marie" Whit and colored Dmi r. ._ 'v"a Wh"&T1deIS'10.naJne $3,Quarter*".!. ; I ?

tile creditors, thereof; at which time the said i Dried ribbed to his office at A P elachiala. I I Nt AIL i3o'.low- by A Slana,ten'CerttDulr"nt PackiRe.1<.Wholes, wi nprraoni

from tWo DeWitt will apply for bis final di i-harje i Caron IKties I' Sugar Cured ltam? Receiver. ? CHARLES in the ELLS.cause. FaU & Winter !; Sept. 25,1858. W. L DENIS d CO. do..1110 pay do.tee only ICUalve,will*be. seat d for..t80I ....:.....k. 40 r

/ adminii>ration f>f egad Estate. 1 I English Dairy Cheese, Pork, Lard, d'c. I abv Clotg! -oyd ___ I I do.- do. KOaarten, ,do. Mdo.
XO\1 THOS. J. CHASE Judge of Probrf e. I Goshea Butter I October-23,1858. 43-1 I HATS For sale '! do. It Elfbth. do.:.:::::::::: 10 1
46-6m I wale: Pale in i bL A Bores k AND SIfOES.i 1 J.
13,1858. Colgates Sfcop
r __ __._ _____ together qr. I Sale. rOT Willow.ware Ckf byLI'oycSepl.2s,18se. Tbe Managers have been compelled feon die nomerous -
Lad and Plantation Goods
I -ALSO- i Staple : WOOD W an A CO. eompUioU made to them of tmfaitbfeJo Mon
; I t\i by '/ DE
Collector's Notice. appointed a
i assortment TIE Blankets PrintsPlantation. the of tbote who haM been alte du itk
A small but corflplete a {g food Liquors ol Leon Circait: sell the follow ; ): a part to *
'I be sold before the Court Ixuise door in the embracing. Wines Braudiec, Gian (Holland and land )lying in Leon Cut, t to the Es Plantto 8enj y d, t7iogtaroe. filling of orders to resume.tbe correspondrnee bow-

of Monticello,on the first Monday of Felt- Phihpy,) Monongabala Whiskey, Cider, London Porter ing tate ef Fraklin 1'. Crom tie, Georgia Rwt dale ness and) in their own name .. ,:\

: i the loll-wriiiat land, to-wit : the N W of I and Jefiries Sparkling Ale, Ac. Ac.DRY S W J of N E J, and dereat'd twit n,:T i Lu sian. Apr Ch, T>OOTS Shoes F.r. \jff Order Tickets frora't (e Managers (a lt..

Section ff Townshi i 2. Rang 4, S & E, I GOODS No. 4, in Fracti>oal te. V, and Island No. 5,l DrT.e: Dt. A Ken: JD _J W.L.DENNI3ACO. Address all letters (o R. FRASCE dt C> :. .
to!."III"'n l tLc as State the property and County of L.and Lipscomb.Riilroad and tHX-.it.l sold IAaeNy I' Kers; 'y, Osnaburgs.Georg Srlainal'ool nt'd raired in Township 3, Rnge 1'E, containing 380 acres Chk Lw Stp 'tuk 1_ Llo y d. Sept 25. )Brig 1 March ft, 1858. ICMy,.Daluoore, lid.. .

tune the S W of the N Linseys, Blankets, fin bias de Limes, Curabricf. more or less, "meel said laD1 to the highest bid '' t and Red Flannels,
and ,
t abeEot'"f' J I
W i Whit For !
z Tweeds and the in Tallahassee, larlbollgh
,Cashmeres, Silks. Ac. der before 0.
51 W 4 of S W }, Section 19, Township 1alafi Cour.hou dor I Bagging and sle1f : -
lUogiH and loser- the qf rladI' &pi ,J b .
Jeans day :
Start* F. levied np<>iT as the property of I' Kentucky Monday Dtembr next Tu1-I Blea Wood .Ware. ROPE, Bagging tnttd .' .

onjC' Oa ier, and to be aold t.t satisfy taxes due lings, American A Frruch Prints. hal eb, and interest the from day 0 of mothcret wit Dwn.}ao1S'a'; ., ..Wae W.1 DENIS A CO. FOUR'weeJis.trlei date. I shall apply to tLc Boo

Ti JAMES D. MORRIS. AM tXCCLLKTT ASlSORTMEXT OF I per cnt. ule t b sere 'I E D'omeeticatCrockrry' Lloyd. Sept 25, BSB. Jeffertoa eoonty, for ao order

IQs + Mlosor A Collector for Je&rsou eo; Fla. Gents Boots and Shoes, by mortgage on the ln. it itlt. a I Sheeting, Hardware.) ,. S and ,decree for the nla of the Allowing labda UInogiog -'

-*a W 13. 1658. 46ra ,It .' -Auo-1 I B. SAUNDER. t r Come, : Bd T Iron, Steer and S ailiD. : For sale to the Eats to of NieboLu 0. Fsmxll late o:

u_ b'Sseee and Children Shoes and Boots, I HILTN. F C. WILSON.Sept. A FINE lot of Havana Segara .0 Tobacco.9l laid eoonty deceased toit: Lota No*: 1. S aod 4 of
November 6,1858. .
Notice.e ofccery Hud and quality.Clothing I u-td i! 181858. S8Lnd W.L DNI A CO. Fractional Seetioo N* 14; AIM W Western of the

and Gents Dress Good i Lloyd. Sept.25,1858. W i of IU N W ;L j of Section la, aH b Township "
O after dtte, I shall present my final ae- U S. Marshal's Sae.By Sale. I 2 of Range N A E; containing ,ia all 810 acre,
cit J"l Ld vouchers to the IIou.Jude of Probate I P.nta-Clot, Doe Skin, Casiiinere and Tweeds, : -
I virtue of a wnt *>f fieri tcerk' %+ more or let To be sold to pay the debt of .uEstate }
B. Lki aoti county as administrator of the Eftate of I C.'ats-a do. do. do. do. j office, of U.S. racA. at TaUa.bae appointed by a a '. .' Sttont and for disUibotion. ,

db& btj,'f said count. deceased, and ask for a I 'este- da ,. Plain. Scotch Satfo! slat Silk I Patrick K- hidden Cou plaintift, and THE. of Leon Circuit Cour will sell the following ; et= JULIA A. FENNELL Adml'x.
ie from said admmi.tratHm.Jfer I Uoders\, rl* Mr,'moss. Lambs Wool,!.4:11: 4-Cottcn, i have ler- of Jobn S. Wflcoz. JUST nridl wla Bin Ncxembr I. IUs.' 45-4
Strickland LUer. No
W. W. are I.n 11'o t C.p
*.. i E. E. BLACKBURAdmt'r.. I Linen BtN>oiii Shirts, Calico and Cotton Shirts, i & and 1 drfeoau the 6th day of December, and Kolu> Pot gilt and Com- ,, ____ ,
aD alt
jSif iJ, 1858. 466mNotice. I Pure Flax. Marseille and Line Shirt Bosoms I door upon, tote wi of expose Monticello. tb Crho 1858,to the highest bider, before< the Crt.bus meraial No white And a every Notice.ALL .
; Cravats-Plai black and fancy Silk. o fnt Moy : of Tallahassee, to-wit: ( ,
--- -- I iu December iiexi, 1 real boars r door io rte e y No style ad l Envelopes t
btwe t I' ,ir and of Section (18)) eighteen 4 HOBBT. ,*ersons having cUint against the State-.r
'"S HATS & C A PS. following The S W J of the .l a ') seven quarter McDUOALL ;ii'
S .rt9 of this I A good afsortmentof gentlemens'A k ,last styles.: of Section proprl.a.it, Range 4" S A E, .Ca.IUin : m Township 2, Range 1, N fi W, near k November C, 1858. Felkel. deceased, UU of Ieotfeeootefw; : ''
9* 40 sl
executrix of the last Will SADDLER CUTLERY h' o
and tY ace Levied Txrls-One-cash and tbe balance OD within the time prescribed by b ar.-.or-1"
of the Ute Henry Saxon d r >ased, of which we offot for sale at prices corre- mule, and a tn o-bon waggon and er. upon 0 leu .
w31 prMief( Al of of the # and 12 months credit with 8 per cent interest Cg. they will be barred; and all. thane imt-bi Aft' r.-'
r b final and vouchers to the ) with the deficient and sandy conuitiou of the the proj>erty one ai dfednt.s '
account .
r 'pond CIGA
Jud, ] writ of R. B. HILTON Z\\\ quested to make payment ,. .
ot Leon aixl ask to be die Uespectfu'ly, to sold to stis"li r t Cote ti I OUUU HOBBY .
rnlaaeda te county Crop. JAb1F
f J. BAR.S.E8. AA .
c'UO E. U. Marshal.November RICH.8AUNDER )cOUGALL4 r.
ELIZABETH SAXON, ExtV. Mc AUGlT. ORMOXD &C. BLACKDUl. November 6,1855. I November -8w
1 N. D. Fla. I November G, IS U- 1.18 8. 4
I 6,1858. .
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The Floridian Journal j NEW' GOODSAT THROUGH 48 HOURS : for Sale. I II WILLIAM P. FLORIDA., FOil SJILE

I Andrew S. Oarr; and others, Stale "f FloiiJa TALLAHASSEE, TNpuvseance cfa !UI f J. WsIe
- Is published stery SATURDAY, Ly TtE- F r*. 1 ,Middle Circuit, MANCFACT17KER OF CorPEB.Tl AD SlIEET t I Bakt-r.Judge of the Middle Circuit ffFII.rida in

lJ\'KE, : Lewis Curtis Nathl. ThursUm, ) in Leon County. RETAIL Chancery sitting. will be M-Jd on the 1r !
Trustees the Apalaclucota j In Chancery. I JAFANNF.DVtitt. I the sixth day) of December next a Court-houin .
ia aduuoe.' J DEALER 1 PLAIN FANCY AND Lox No. 118. North addition
Land and others. Ta1la1M8ee, Town
- ___, At TWo DOLLARS per annu* TALLAHASSEE'LATEST ; .- Company I : ;
I ) to Decree rendered in this cause, of Talsbsssee) ; being the lot on whlb the Methodic

TERMS 0iYVEftTItNG. hILTON & CI1ATTAIIOOCIIEC, JL the subscriber will 1 sell by auction at the pl.iceii stove 1ul.Q"nrCcr i Protestant Chorth i is situated.

-M-nnet or less first Saeertion, tl 00 STYLES FOR and ti aes herein specifird. all the lands belonging I Cooking. Parlor TERMS :-One-third cast, the balance on a creditof
One .. Line SPLENDID
square. eftch auL;queut 6Qrof U. S. Mail to said Company embraced in .The f'orlt Purcliait A and Wood Stoves, trimmed with Deatues"I I one. two and ?e years the purchaser giving.

_ _ SMonataDJ Busiites Cards inserted at$10 per FALL ANDTWINTER, I ," and lying in the erunttes of Len" Wakulla, and durability, at reduced prices. I notes with approved security for deered pajments
? ; lands the together a mortgage on property aO
annum.AJvetl'eernfnts SC:1-"cck1y Gadtden and Liberty, viz : the lying H Work.Roofing .
: not marked with the number of Tuesdays at 10 I Io'clok I tno named counties will be sold at TAtitntsSEK I Out Door I to paT for title deeds.!

Insertions will be continued until forbid, and charged SILKS AND DELAINS, LeOl'e8.1ilI01, u. ft. frt, on the seventh((7th) day of December, amid those Ornamental ('roolllle, uttering. Copper I JUNIlS L. TAYLOR, Special M.tter.
Sheet I
accordingly.C"Certificate. \ the la will be sold at QCINCT, ou the and "Tin Conducting Sbeft pt. :nIsolveIitEstateNoti
Chattahoocliee and Satur lying in -t two, PpI 1,1858 _
Leaves Tuesday's
and Merinoes Cloths and -
I Poplins Clothing. work I
of or estate Lend PipePatent" Shop
publication legal or fi.111 teenlh((14th) dy of December next. Zinc : : Pump.
toilers will not be given until tbe advertising fee is Valentias and Clialhes Domestics and Print, day's after the arriral of tIt SteamerfrwzzApalacuiroia These laud-1 com pi isin about 1 million of acres of every variety done at short notce. : .
Ribbons and and Flannels I
Trimmings Linseys Tallahassee
paid. I and the Stage from ttt'n.1 from the St. Marks: to the p.\lachicah Rivera and Counlrjr IMcrcUnnts
__ I Erbroiderie. d Hnier .Blankets and Keraeye1Cloaks Ga oftiniber City JEFFERSON fBW.
u Fla., and Bainbridge, ; they exhibit t.t'ryari.ty indigenous COUK1.
and |Hats and Caps, oak Are respectfully to give me a call befoie pnr i Adnimislrato!
BLACKSMITHING! IX GOOD TWO-JIORSEILICK! to this.letitude. including, -f coureeli ,eJ prt't, inTite all
: BOOTS AND SHOES, LINE is no'w in first-rate order. The wnole I cedar and juniper; the soil i is adapted to the growth chasing : cfficf of the Estate "f John R Scott hoof

-0- Carpets and Oil Cloths, Iron and Nails, fpniS J- Stock has been renewed with new and conifor- of grain cottl.n-lung and short staple t"barc bUtlSugarcant' J5T If- P. All articles manofoctued from the very county, deceased, has filed in the Probate .
durable. No other art i
abound in 'fUh, and the forest best material arid warranted office Jefferson a written
that Cornices and Curtains, Paints and Oils, able hackThe Drivers careful, sober and accommodating. : Tl'a waters county suggestion
I. yp-i NOTICEisbereby given! Busifi -" I Hardware and Cutlery, Bagging and A liberal allowance are of beggege al I with materials for ship-building and naval ItOI( I II U will b- offered for sale. that Le believes the Estate Jubn B. Scutt. tu 1
i f Rp
'I and 01as.ware, S.iltaud TERMS" One-third of the purchase to ()ctober21lS35. 4 insolvent, :
lESS will be continued as heretofore Crockeiy to each I money _. .
.t lowe passenger. be paid: in cash, the balance in me and I two years, Therefore, notice is given t all persons lavinvclaims
at the OLD STAXD of D. C. WILSOX, in the GROCERIES AND FRUIT. ; &c.: ;
I of II I. in equal} instalments with fight per cent. inter.'st Wines Syrups, against said Estate, to appear aad fil. thc
firm i :
name, style and A general assortment of the above articles now c m. Milton, AGENTS- JAS. A. Cnmix, I from date of purchase ;titles to 1 bt I the Receiver Oturd Brandy, Sparkling Cid. same with the Judge of I'robate of said dIY, <>u
t H. B. Fitts & _Co. I Ing into Store, and offering at .4 Geneva, Ala.. W. D. MOloE. when all the purchase money ll.1". OLD Port, Old Port Juice, or before the 24th day January nut when there
Cli riie_ will be distribution of .
LOWEST CASH PRICES Carapbelton, J. W. SMITH I The sale will be positive and without reserve. Madeira, Brandy pro-raU btlotigin
I Grateful for the patronage heretofore extended them, Mariana, W. NICHOLS, JOHN BCARD, Receiver: Ac. Snerijfi Sardines, to mid &tlt. amongst the creditors thereof at

they Ar. now better prepared and determined to I FOR CASH OR IT KQUIVALENTS : Chattahoocliee, D. Coiv.v. 'I Tallahassee, August 28, 1858. 35 Sparkling GeUtine, Preserved Quinces, which uill W. EYaHL mill apply fut

: SPARE ISO PUSS C'OUIVTIIY PIIODUCE, Passengers can be taken through with certainty, ,: %*The followiu papers are requested to publish }Flavoring Extracts t Pear, : his Estate.final tie .llmi'Ii.trntio J. vf taM

I -ORL1x1.Lt131Q- I secuiity, and with comfoit. the 'tureg-Mii once a week until the jib day of De- Yenst Po\vder Tamarind, : TlOYAS CIACE
OD tbeir part to nccommodvU aU who may fat or CEO. D. FISHER, Prop'r. and Con'r. ceinl-er next, and send bills to the Receiver :-M[..ntponicry Spanish Olives, Spice I Judge l'oLatf.
tbllIU with their patronage, : Papor. I June 1. 1858. 2itfPLANTERS' Advertiser and Confederation ; Columbus Corn Starch, Pickle I July. 17. 1853. 2 -6m

SUCH AS I GEORGE W. SCO'lT. I t Time .t Soutinal; fen Telegraph; August1 Con- Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil 1, ; Plantationfor-Sale
t !
Sept. 18, 1858. 38 stitiiti'iia'.ist! ; Georgian and Republican'Charliton : }:English Mustard, ( ,
Horse Ironing and Repairing I HOTEL Ilpr m Columbia( State of
j} ------- -- Mercury{ and Courier ; Wilmington Journal Claret, SITUATED cunt.T. nori.l.
A Carriages and Hug IF 1I Raleigh Standard: ; Ricktm.i.d Enquirer; TaHi-! "UIES.LIVELY. L twenty four mile* South of Alligator. I consists
I 1 g I RICHDSON'SI hasM-e Sentinel Times 5, 1856. of four )hundred of fine Marl and Clay I jmLThere' -
$ g gits, Plantation work o// Tallahassee Fla. ; Newport tluilt'Y Republic Januaty a'rt .
1 I j ; -- -- --- are all Buildings on the place
; N ; Columbia South Carolmho, and New York -- --- --- necessary ;unreal
every dcsctiplion, I ::DAMASKS, DIAPERS; &c.IONSUIIEItS Journal of Commerce. i and Sale Stable. many ftht iinprovrnients, have been made and a.put:
%; Mill Irons and repairing same, Ironing Wagons ,! rpIi SUBSCRIBER would respectfully inform - Liver of the land now in cultivation. Constant Water t.
/ of Linen, and those JL I OF TRAINS :
and Carts, RICJAts's his friend and the public irf.erally, that the SCHEDULE IE undersigned gives IU the Land for man and Ix-u.-t. Cowl titles iUe

and in fact other discription of work made of I Vy desirous of obtaining the grnuiiic good*, shouldsee above well-lnown I'.OTivL! il"be!! opened on the oN TiE : ( .J lice, that he has pur- iYt'D There i is als.a Tract of good, U.nl. : every that the articles they purchase are sealed with second jay Of next. He invites the attention ( _. Stable oft _
Iron and Steel, all of which we WAHAXT, aud pledge the full of the firm, : August I FLORIDA RAIL ROAD. i chased the Livery jniuinl the same wl.k-h can b purehased. /ny OIH
ourselves to execute at the shortest notice. I name of the public to its i William II. X WOI. in TaitIhaesee,together with the I II "wishing t settle in this County would do well .

U. B. FITTS JL CO. i j UKUAEDSON. SONS A o OWDEX. I Facilities for their Accommodation.It I -_ I good will of lie establishmeiit) an-I that be is now give me a.call, a I will give; I bargain In my placeAny

Feb.27, 18S8. 9-ly *.l a guarantee of the sounduei and durability of the : bring in the immediate vicinity of the most desirable 1 I i W. -- -, -, ( 1 prepared to carry on the! bwiness lu all its tranche, inrormatio can be given, by addr>Ming me. :t

______ __ ._u_ ____ i t Goods. : business portion of the city presents f -i In.lpr"1isf!the pi'blic with) gt oil accommodations Tubtenupgee P, O. Columbia eult. East Fl<'rida.
i This caution is rendered essentially necessary I LEAVES in his lice ou reasonable: ternmLIC1IARD. r rI C. U. W. COLLINSJune.
United States Mail Liner ( a
4 !' large quantities of infeiior and defective Linens are i Sl'PEJUOR.JlCBJIE.YTS i (S VXD.AYS EXC/ 1)1'RJ) I SAtJNDERS.Sep. 19. 1858. 25 .
prepared season after season nnd sealed with the i to the traveler of business or pleasure, and ii unsurpassed 6.1 Sal -6 __ ------ -
I __
arrival (Steamers from Charleston and Sa- ___
KEVT ORLEANS TO KEY WESTINTERMEDIATE j name of }i/artt.H. by Irish Houses, who, regardj I in all its appointments for the enjoyment of fN\J i> at Callahan with Stage frTrader's I Ii Nofce.

-AND- j lees of tUt injury thu. inflicted alike on the Ameiieati EASE AD COMFORT THE LUXURY OF ; \lnnall.Hill and connecting: (! at Baldwin with 1- FULTON FOUNDRY ""OTICE i is h \ six months after
consumer < the manufacturers of the genuine Goods J I Ct'llrent a ; JJN I date, be made by the subcri-
I' application wi
FRORIDA PORTS I ant GOOD L1YIXG.r Stajre for Tallahassee! ; at Tiail Bridge with Stage
-- I will not reaJily abandon a bu for
CONNECTED WITH THE while purchasers can be imposed on with Goods.of I HIS TERMS arc MODERATE. .. ) ; i leave inform the ,. a final tif.harge as administrator anti 3.lmWI1 i itrairix
vile! Gaiiisvillv, Micanopy, Fleiuiiigton, and I Hj"HE; UNDERSIGNED b-,' t > I II
STEAMER ISABEL worthless character. I lan JL in I II of of John Tatnm,
C. HOWARD FISIIKK.July Ooal.i. I public that they have aKiated themselves ] tle d.IIt1
,1 '& 11AVAHA AND CHAULEITOX AT itT WEST. :6 Church St., New Agents York. I' 31, 1868. 31-tf I LEAVE_ Starke.I'aily. (Sumlays! .excepfed.! ) on arrival I business, under tie name and st\le of ( PHOEBE II. LLOYD.

...-- _Sept._18, 1858. 38lySELECT ------- ct Stages ant connecting n ernainlma wifi Baya Calf ; May 20.1858. 226mNotice. AJmt.
: Steamers for Savannah on Monday, \ & --_ .
THESteamship SOUTHERN I SCHOOLS DENTISTY. Tuesday, Wednesday: anllCIrlcstot: for the purpose of following the trade of Found*nand .

E, A. H. COLE Snp't. I I Machinists, mid are prepared to execute all kinds 01 '
/ Company SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform the cit- I I n\lthl after date I shall present my final no-
THE Tallahassee and l\icinitv, that the exer- "ITTILL continue, in future, the prac. ; May I, 185S. IS I| "'01 k np|>ertsining! lothis business. Steam Engines SIX and \tlt.h.r to tbe Hon. Judge of Probate

OF NEW ORLEANS ci-es of his SCHOOL will be resumed ou MONDAY.the I tiee of DENTISTRY, iu South] -. ,. VtLUllLECotton -' I famished to order and warranted to give satisfaction. Jefferson county v, a* adrlini"lrtor
j '
Uk/ : fef above ports I 4th of OCTOBER and Middle and East Florida.He I Sugar Mill and Castings of all kinds n'ade with .X.fti.j
- HAVING the man contr day next. I Orgia of tbeJ, tste <>f Klisba Wade, hate of raid v.do-
at\wo SteameT-/T> a,1y, The studies will embrace the Ancient has several in the neatness aud) dispatch. Plans anlttmates furnished .
/ first das Sea Languages I ).t'I\r practical experience Plantation i ceased, and .ek cr a discharge from said .Imini.tra.
twice !8fi., tli, meeting in the Spanish Hole ontuS1' \hematics.. Natural Sciences, Inl English. Stu- profession, the last three of which has been in those I of al kinds of Machinery and Eugineering.[ Ty'' tion.nll. ANDREWS, late sheriff and
l5thdd His work i is of the OF-ISOO ACnW. in JEI'I'ERSOXCO. FLATOGETHER r. are also sole agents for Hoard tt Sons Steam Engines ,
29tb, and leaving the same evening. *,fcp prepared to enter C.ulege Haling sections country. : meet administrator ex cflicio.
I :nts ii durable character and satisfaction is with 118 SLAl'JM for Ginning Cotton, Grinding and Sawing, and Hai- ; .
Till' STEAMER SPXA Y" I consideral? experience '" teaching, t.be subscriber ful and [ ati.1 TIEREI I Grist Mills for or horse JUI5.I8SR. L'3-f.nj ..
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2eal and el loe the teed iu instance. OX ; sttlm power.
to IXfJt/J/XO JrIRJfL rion'
wHl leave New Port in the morning, and St. Marksterminus I I hopes by cner r attt'nho every C CARDY, J Notice.SIX
ifv'iM- to obtain share of All communications sent to Monticello. Fla. will : ; JOSElH .
'>u the arrival of the Cars from Tallahassee, .I. duties of the school I-?"s7. pub BAYA,
'till lag mail passengers, baggage and freight to aud be patronage. As comp te and tlrough au Jlucation | receive attention PS soon a previous: engagementswill I ( ., S.\LE CARDY. : months after date, I .llal present my final

ti rfromAbe Stcawer,and returubg in seasonfor the af-- r can be obtmeJ at tlM4001 a any other permit ,. . rpilE SUBSCRIBERS bing to ete a '57. !JOHN-lyJETNA ( and vouchers to lIon. Judge of Pro
raIn ----- -- JL division of their located May bite Leon administrator;
as of t.f
joint I Estate
'Urcoo train. I institution! in the State.t lropertf.l aLyt __ ._ __ rountf & the .
The travelling public can: now rest assured that this To Gentlemen residing .in the country, lie school,. K S : I have concluded to oiler private .- -.O of RicLard Regan, late of said county, deceased I. aol
attempted communicaiisn offers than inducements RyrEnEXC The E.tate contain about 4500 acres, which cnn be 1 a.k for a discharge from said administration.
Jeoircd and equently more the
lung ordinary as e_, Oov. I S". I'ERBV, Florida. I Ilo" divided into 2 or 3 tracts ample size, according to E. G. AdmtV.
to and from the above ports is in such bands a scriber designs paying the strictest to i GRSSE
cud nUluti"D L SEW'.Ut J l the views of buyers. The lands.are equal in value June :G, 1858. !
wamet }*nnaneuc v success.Passengers the speedy and thorough advancement of those \ Thomsaville, Ga. INSUANCE CONPAN & .
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P. LOVE, to similar lands in that State. Besides the lands
ha\ing'flav: servants must see to desii ing to embark in commercial pursuits besides ,,'.
I clearing then at the Cusi'vm House, before going OH.board. being cheaper in rates than any school in this 11. \tr%. .a-.DILWORT) )Ionti lo, : ft.hay. there are 118 slaves, and the usual quantity of mule", I Notice.SIX .

(.lace. Ia connection with the shol a class fur W. E. J-s.qox.)f horse, hogs, cattle corn, c..t.'r. Ac. ,e invite pro- months after the first publication of this r.trt'o .>-
for we will Incorporated in 1 kl-Cliarter. Perpetual. the administrator of
pnsals property gross undersigned, the
Baggage yourself.For Hox. ison! tbeo'e
::?T Also look after your J. C. Mqiet'- Fl. E
A rply tog nOOKKRJPI.Y sell the land parcels a buyers may select I tate oj BuVgdorff deceased late ofLern C'"nty.
further particulars be course of CeL.B.C.Por.Gix. (hem.! The slaves would! l he sold with) CASH CAPITAL,-SI ,OOO.OOO.ISTfE .
LADD Agent. 'il practical SMITH, AlhgatoApril :Ia after viewing I wi present his final account to tbe Judge of Pro-
DANIEL study will b pursue!. Students in this branch will I Witr. : or without the lands, as might: be agreed on ; but : Leon county and ask to be diseMirgtd.JOHN .

New Port Fla.. July 11. 1857. 28Vi1iinIP1ntation be required daily to write out business trRosdl.i __25, 57. 1 ___ __. possession cannot lie given until the end cf this year AOAIXST LOSS:AND DAMAGE. : BY FIRE, D. REICHERT AdmtV.

"" and by this means have the rare opportunity of tie-: P. I3 j d. 0 IAV' s, I ILIYERY k a!the growing cotton crop cannot be secured tillthwt OUTKUM AD.tPTEI) TO THE ILZ.\I.D, May 29, 1858.. -!
coming intimately acquainted with the AND CONSISTENTVITII TIEI3 I .
prMotical time.In -r-- ---- -- -- -- -
op- I
ii FOR SAI B rlltiJ as well as the theory)of thi, imi ortant subject JiD $ At.ETALZ$ ) rW!.absence of th* undersigned, TJ. C. Calll OF COMPENSATION. -N ot!ce-.

I "U OR the purpose of bringing their joint interest 'ilrTtvtnru from Europe on or before I I 15. C. LEWIS, Agent, Months after the first publication: of this rm
p JD to a close the undersigned offers for sale their 'JIS : I TALLAHASSEE, r-extTsyid can then be communicated with! For Talahas! and vicinity. 'I SIX the undersigned administrator of the Kctat-

1'1rr.tatiun.1mo""Q! as VE&DCBA, situated about nine Ancient Languages, Mathematics and Lihierl.rancl.es rI i tE Tallaliasseee. Flt>?ir. 4>applicatii may be made. __ August._ 1S57. 33_ : of Antonio Botolo deceased, late of Leon county,
miles'lEast of Tallahassee, and lying between the I of English, including! Bookkeeping I form b!! : his brother, H. C Cabs.- 'sq-.or Messrs. Godden I'' will present his final account and vouchers to the

t PensafMa .t Georgia and St. Marks & T llahasse per u'8siol of 5 mouth . 17 50 22public, that he baargc YLORIDA'l I Apperson. of Re.rond1. The Original Extra Quality I Judge of Probate of said county and ask to be ditcharjced. -

t Tvar'road'! -within five miles of either road, and containing Primary Prau.he. .. . .. .. .. 10 tiO i Brick tll.I..I. at tbe \ Persoos dispoced .fuudinse either*" b lands rr' I: R. A. SHINE Admfr.
{ 920: acres, or there abuuts 5l'0 of which are 1 prepared to accommodate \IS la""o examine them b eaUitHt on ;fc- 9'J"' : CORN STARCH. I II June IP, 18S8. 25-6m
? cleared. The lands are as goal as any in the counTry : AD\ACE 'has J tr4-h _" : f -A Cream I II ----- -
H.al.v al.h for Ice -- -- -- -
I I Morris,the of estate, wLo will takepkasiwc I "RFD expressly PudJinl.
the best this D. B.CLAYTON. 'I
p the location bcaUfcy *oJ water smith Shop.where he wi I in showing mge\ I, will give furtherinformation I oRE Mange, '., Porriges, II Notice.S .
side of the mountains. Upn the premises is a Any information can be obtained by application Plantation work. shoeing, aud Carriagework in any r
Cak, ash AMES A .
I in h E.C. CA-BELL by LYELY.Rtr. Months from tbe first ( ibis not ire.
GOOD -BRICK WELLIM, I to the subscriber at his residence or at the the very I.estr4aufler and with promptness and dispatch !Je' I 42Oe. publicition
C. C the will exhibit his final
Col. R. U. BERBV.Sept. i undersigned account
Store ol I. DELL
__ __ .___
three. stories feigh, and containing thirteen large rooms. I 4. 1858. 36Executors' I I Sept. 11, 1853. 37-3m- \ I,. 1857.FlorideP0t5. and vouchers as administrator of the Estate of John

The o -bouses are of Brick and built i iu the most --- -.---- -- ---- ----- __November_ __5. 18:3. __._ 44 __m ___ --_.---- -"----- ---- W. Argyle,deceased, late of Leon county, to the

substantial manner.: We will also sell with the place Sale. Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, )JEDC.\I. iOTICE Honorable Judge of Probate of said county and ask

Corn, Fodder. 50 head of stock Cittle. the same number It I to be discharged.

of bogs, with a few blooded cattle of the Durham "VV'ILL be sold in Tallahassee the first Monday For Sale by P. B. Brokav.rrMIE Dr. J. H. M. Gardner ,(t4. )OMPLETE in 6 volnraes)lcDOL'Sept. ,>OALL t.HOBBY. B. C. LEWIS Admt'r,
treed. T T in December uot disposed" of sootier at private Subscriber just received May 32.. 1858. Si-Cm .
TERMS.-One-third cash, the balance on a credit of sale.) the valuable PLANTATION, formerly u L very large supply cf Carriage-, HAVING located at "LLOYD," offers his Pao- 5, 15:7. 3"cksmi -- -- ---

1, 2 and 3 years, the purchaser giving notes drawing owned by Judge Joint Whitel.ead. It is situated on Buggies, and Harness, which he offers .\ SER nC to the Citizt'1 Ilf the place I .-- Notice.SIS .

8 pereent.iuteret. wi'h two gmwt securities and Lake Jackson, six miles from Tallahassee, and contains for sale on tbe most reasonable terms. II :n.1 the surrounJI; :; rouutry. ti"dr r montl from the first publication of tl.is notice

with mortgage on the property. Persons wishing to about 1500 acres, (al hammock land.) in aLi<*h I I November 18, 1854. 46 Oct 9. 1858 41 I horse MiCardy $ undersigned Executrix of tbe last W H aol
of cultivation. ------------ ----- ./ deceased late Leon
purchase, will please app'y to either us. state of improvements consisting ofa testament f Dank L. Houck, cf
J T.lI.CUAIItES, dwelling bou e. Overseer house cabins for 100 negroes i ValuableLands---- Just Received I I Jl HK SUBSCRIBER begs leave: to info. sy I county, will: present her final account to tile Judge
and that
'I C. POWELL CUAIRES.O gin bouse
!t 5, 1658. 40SmExecutor's order. For further particulars.addre (NEAR TALLAHASSEE,) 'SALE.IN IN STORE, ami) for sale by the undersigned., ; Afresh I HICKS will carry on thai I SUSANNAH bUCK, Exfx.

J.R.WUITEI1EAD. Bewli-i. Oa. i supply of DRUGS and CIE UC.\L of July 3. 1858. 27-6m
of decree of the Hon. J. Way It's folW few 11 ACIlSJITl --- -- -
Sale. T. M. BERRIED.C. pursuance j I which the ing are a 1------
I Baker Judge of the Middle Circuit of Florida, in i in all its various branches, and!is prepared to executeall I NoticeTv
C. WEST, 10 Hebeerine. 5 oz* Ammonia \
the Hon. J. Executors, ( will be sold the first % lOll with) and His I
order of Wayles neatness work
pursuance of an J. R. Chancery Sling. on Monday order tlitpatth.
IN WHITEHEAD, 1 10 S.uitnnme, 6 Sulphur, : montl's after tbe first publication of this no-
the Circuit Court of the Middle the sixth of December next, at the Courthouse will be warranted to be that of other
Baker, Judge of T. M. NEELEY, being day 15 Chinoidin10 Nit Silver, I equal to any IJ' tbe undersigned administrator of the Estate
Executor of the in Tallabasse, the land, to : Blacksmith elsewhere and will I Sl f
Circuit of Florida, the undersigned following belonging here or guaranteesatisfaction
netia tiw
Sept. :5, 1858. S'JtdsNotice. I 12 Cinchona 10 Ext Mr B. Bradford, deceased, will present his final
last Will and Testament of Thomas Henry Avcritt, the Estate of Henry B. Bradford. (costainiug Sull'h in JOB.
--------- deea-e. r 25 Morphia 2" Elatenum, every of Heorj apply to the Judge of Probate of Leon ,
4 U VRWHI, will sell\\ the fulSowiug real Estate at public eleven hundred and ten acres ) comprising HORSE SHOEING, Repairing and Ironingall I
5" Act, 12" Cit Iron, f i account discharge from his administration of Haul
outcry to the highest bidder, before the Courthouse I some of the most valuable cotton lands in I 20 I'ipcrine, 40 ex Quinine 0 Vehicles, plantation work, and all otber I county for EDWARD BRADFORD, Admfr.

door iu Tallahassee, on the first Monday in I| TOTICE U hereby given that application vi be Leon county, to-wit : I Strychnine.. 5 "Veratria, I J branches appertaining t his business i Estate. 23-6m
December next, to-wit : The N E J and the E J of I made the General the f f will receive careful and atten --- --..----
to next prompt
11 Assembly South i of SV J Sec. 31, Town. 2, K. 1, N and ESV1ofSE S lt>s. I'bot'pate of Am15 ILl Sulph Ether Jnne_ ,
the S E i, of See. 24, in Town. 1, Range 2, N and E; )I of Fori.la fur a Charter to build a 1 \i Road. i t moni, 5') Chloroform. r tion. Rl BERRY, -- ---5Notice.

and the W1'of the N W i of See. Ill, in Township I from some point ou the St. Johns river at or near W 4 t 6, Town 1, R. 1 10 lbs. 1 I, llsnsje 3, N and E. containing 320 acres more or Lake Harney. to some point on Indian Hnr. SWIofSE i 2 casks ------- ------ months after'ned administratrix of tbe Es-:

less, all lying and being in the county of Leon and SeptewLr 18, 1858. 38-31 North of N It t 7. Pok A L S 0 Pure Zinc White, SIX the undersi ji ker. deceased, late of Leon

State of l'lorida.TEItMSOiie. I I I North l 8 t of Fletcher WhiU
-- ---- -- ---- -- --- --- tate final account to the Judge of
thousand dollars of the purchase Plantation &c. for Sale. SRI MAll SOO 0:8. SULPH QUININEWarranted (GROUND in prepared LINSEED. OIL) county, will present )heind ask to be discharged.

t I money at the time of sale, and the balance iu 1, 2 I i iI I of Hast i of S W 4. of Sec.8, Town. I, Range 1, pure, and which we offer low for CASH. have just recEived a fresh supply of this new Probate, of said county WHITAKER, Admf

and 3 years, with 8 per cent. interest I I OFFER for sale my PLANTATION situated 18 N and E. lying East of Tbomasvillc Rod: ((70 are AMES & LIVELY "TE and beautiful White, dire -t from the manu- SARAl27-6m

JESSE AVERITT, Ext'r.Octt miles east from Bainbridge rontaining 500 acres I more or less.) July 31, 1838. 31 factory, and! offer it to the public with) most prfee So/pI.. 11.1858.ji.. ._ --
i >, 1838. 41Sheriffs I of' land, 300 under improvement. There are also The above lands lie in the immediate neighborhood confidence, as possessing all the qualities ---- --

on the premises a good and convenient framed up I Tallahassee, extending from the Thoroasville to Seed Seed Seed I der a paint suns! Jttlrullt, viz : Its incomparable N 0tltblicatioo of this n->

I 1 Sale, I ling house a good well of water, a gin hou'e ant the Meridian road, and will be sold either in a body brilliancy of (.'olorfreedon. Irons all poisonous qual months after the first pf,tratrix of tbe Estate

4 lat MONDAY ill DECEMBER NEXT. j I screw, negro and other out buildings RUtable! aplantation I or iu separate tracts, as may seem most agreeable to I FOR FALL P LAJYTIJYG.I it-nut injuring tie lieallh of the workmen, or )SIX the undersigned admikceased. late cf Jef
of the above dr Also, 800 bush its I
j rption purchasers. I m0rtel newly painted apartments- durabilityin of Rev. John Wesley Rhodes dtfinal account and
i B y virtue of two writs of fieri facias, i*'ued from I els cm cate. bcg 2 mle yoke of oxen and [TERMS :-One third Cash the balance o a creditof T"UTABAGA, I Green Gaze Drcn-head in the most cxpt.ituntil'IJ? and its great sujieri- I' erson county, will present her said county:an Jfvouchers

,I the Cleik's office of Leon Cucuit Court, wherein I a cirt A1o, varity of house bold and kitchen II one, two and three years, the purchaser to give I I \Red To' ruip, I Cabbage-Ac. II only to Whte various uses to which to the Judge of Probate

Kidder Moore is plaintiff and William Geruvi- ,,,I furniture. the stme time will be offered for hire, notes with nppioved security for the deferred pay- Turnip, | ., the latter hs heretofore bt'f\ applied. For sale by ask for a discharge. 1ES.) Admt'x.

t ny and Elizabeth Germany are deiendants. I have I 6 negroe-t. The above property if not previously disposed I I meiiU, together with a mortgage on the binds, and to Just received and for sale bT AMES & LIVELY. P LAUmSDA }I. R Oq

levied upon aud will expose for sale, within legal of wi b sold at public vetidae o the first I pay for title dee.ls.I'ersons E J LYEr T. I 3, 1858 .1 onticello., &'pt. 4. 1f.8. 3Notice. <- -
hours, in front of the Court Loue door in the city of I Monday January, 1859 at said place. Any person 1 desirous of purchasing wi be shown tho July 1 1858. 29Master's Apri- -

Tallahassee, on tbe first Monday in December next, wishing to pHrchaJft tie above can obtain ncceassry lands cither by the undersigned Mr. Lawrence, -- MILES NASH & CCh _', n.:. _

the following described property, to.wit: a negro I infrmatio by communicating wrih the subscriber, j I the overseer on the premises. Sale. :i OIX Months after the first piblicstion' final aeO -

,,1 man named Lewis, aged about 35. Levied upon as resident at the above plantation. JUNIUS L TAYLOR, Special Master. i Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. I| tice, the undersigned will prevent the Estate
the of said defendants and to be sold to MARY C. STAFFORD. I virtue o! a decree of Leon Circuit Court in
11, 1858. 37
property Seft. By from New York bark R.U.Gam- i I I count and vouchers as administrator of on county
_ _ r
; satisfy said writs of fieri facias according to law. Decatur, St'rll8, 185S. .*8-tf I Chancery, in a certain cause wherein Jane R' II JUST ct'inl assortment of per in I of Thomas II. A nritt, deceased,late of L.
a our line
R. SA U "DERS. Sheriff, I. -- -- - -- ----- Wilson anxt others are complainants, and John Me- general article ,
) Oak &
J and ask for Ert'r.JESSE .
I Hickory Spokes. such as Oil of almost every kind Burning Flub, a discharge.
BY JOHN H. RHODES, Deputy Sheriff: POST & MEL DoUal. Executor of the last and testament cf I AVERITI
_I rw t.. an, iR.iR_. 4J.t._!,.. I pIIE underpinned give notice Carriage makers, W'liam Wilson, deceased and others,are defendants! White Lead, Zinc and other paints Window mala of I -..
- -
Oct. -
-- -- the I best. quality, Putty, Brushes' Potash,Soa Sparkling ; 2,1858. m
1 Planters, &c. that they are now engaged in expose for sale before Court-house door in ---- -- ---
COMMISSION MERCHANTS I bv the first !I Gelatl'London. Mustard, French y( best,) '
Notice Manufacturing Wacgcn and Carriage Spokes Machinery the city of Tallahassee on Monday of December yer --Notice.
iiI.I ,
Gl Poydras Street.NE" at Gov. Call's Steam Mill, at the Tallahassee ,. next, the follovk ing real Estate belonging to I, for medicinal purpei.Spices, Pcppr. Syrup, final
_JW.w _J I' Railroad Depot. and will keep every variety the Estate of sid William Wilson, deceased, viz: Ink.Quinine Bark. Exract Buchu, 'I' SIX Months after date, I shall present n f Pro-
OBE.NS. and vouchers to tbe Hon.Judge Co-
ri"Hti Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the I j of seasoned Oak and Hickory, constantly on hand, Part of Lot No. 161 in tbe original plan of the city I Medicine. and a genera assortment but tbe of Popular best Patent and bate Jefferson as administrator..aeJ.I ,
which they sell on such terms to make it an of Tallaha'vee, fronting 44 feet on Monroe street and kp none very county
JL Pensacola .t Railroad will I wi I'
: Georgia Company REFER TO hope to merit your tate of ANN BAILEY,late .f said county,dei,.
be held in the Town of Madison on Monday, the 20th )[t.lr. Thomas J. Perkins & Co, Tallahassee, Fa I, object t al purchase from them. The follow lug running bask 70 feet on Pe."acla street, with a I patronage.MILES KASU, A CO. I I aad ak for a ducharge from said administrati'r.
is the of cash delivered at the thereon known as the F.xcbanpc.
- prices Factory building
December next By order, I. B. Harris Ibnu cents each Part of Lot No. 161 in the origin plan of the cityof _ I
F.II.FLAGO Spokes -
Sec'y. Derihara &; Palmer, Monticello, per anJ..4 SO. 1858. 44-6m
1 October SO, 1858. 44 Beard tt Denham, St. Marks, cc set..5 Tallahassee, with a building\ thereon, ounde 1-2! _

. tI li: ?" Sentinel and Madison Messenger copy. Mr. James Filor, Key West, Carriage and Ilor"4 Waggou Spkl north by the house or store of Frederick ( J BOOK-BINING. Notice.nai'

-_ Mt'st. McNaught ii t Ormond, Atlanta, Ot. per tbusand. ... ... :1" ccCrage store Lot of Myers 286 it fronting Gorman 90,)and feet south on Clinton by the Exchasge.s'rect and ''I milE IS NOW O IX Months after date, I shall present my tgeO
J. N. McKinnon Co Thomasville, Spokes Xu JL PREPARED WITH Honorable J
Hillsborough Military Wng'D account and vouchers to tbe elf
U. 1838. J S3-ly per leU. .. .. .. .6 extending back 170 feet on Duval street, to a lot of
of Probate Jefferson
I TOOLS MATERIALS as adniioistratiiiy
Angst Richard in the of county
owned by original ANDtfrga
ACADEMY.ON I 4 horse Wago Spokesperthousaud.6+ t ofT Hawar. plan I tbe Estate of Jesse GraBtbam, late of raid :)'
Notice.THE 4" "att..7 the city /OOA'SliEr B IN D ING .
JANUARY twelfth, 1859, a MILITARYI I 6 I. thousand.7 Lots No 113 and 116 in the north addition of the deceased, and ask for a discharge front said
ACADEMY will be opened at Hillsborough N. UNDERSIGNED desires to inform Lis old hore" city of Tallahassee. I in all its and the patronage of tbe I istration. REBECCA ORANTHAM, Adml
ami that he has removed from 6 t Mlt.. .8 brnbe slct -
C, under tbe conduct of Capt. C. C. Trw, now Superintendent cuatomt't Also the following described land in Leon county, citizens TaUallaSt. sarroondiog cnntr His Oct. &0. 18n._'H- m_
Mr. JOHN PRATORI. As this is in Florida nope to
lie OLD ,
J of the State Military Academy at Columbia joined something new we : theSE J of tbe N W J of 31, Shop i in the Brick office formerly occupied by Dr.
where be will ba to his OLD be Call and at Ford t Notice.oJ
6. C. The discipline and course of studies OUS, pleased see PATKOXS liberally nntronized. see specimens Rarge 3,X E; the W i of the N W i of I' Call, opposite the Episcopal Church He is a practical "
and will be most his business Mr. Knhn'i in TaUaw-t'e.
will assimilate to ( South Clina and ; happy i connection Carriage Shop I Sec 31, Town 3. Range 3, N & E; tbe E i of the N Binder, and feels sure can do work I persons indebted to tbe Estate of Spots ve #
all orders and be SCHNEIDER & CO. ALL
Virginia State Mlllar ID&ttutio Tere will be to to the execute satisfaction of all" promptness, 10 1858. 28 I E I and the S W } of the N E 4 of Sec 3. Town 3, 1 well and 8 cheap a it can be done elsewhere. Knight deceased late of Leon county r-
July ,
but one Vtation year. hopes parties.ASA B. CLARK.P. Range 2, N & E; the S E J o See Town 3, I CHARLES FINDEISEN. requested to make immediate payment to the UDwt

For particular, address the undersigned at Columbia S.All indebted to the Range 2. N & E; tbe E i of S Wof Sec 36, { July 17,1858. 20-ly [ tSt'ot.epy. signed admioistrator those ha1'ingelaims sgin-
S.C, until January let after that date at Hills- parties and lIubrib are NEW CARRIAGE"SHOR"O Town 3, Range 2, N & E, and the E $ of tbe N W 4 aid Estate are requested to present them duly J*
I borough N. 0. C. C.TEW. respectfully requested ible. |to .etle a earlya "IIE undertignea leave to inform the citiJL of Sec 1.Town 2, Range !, N
Oet 9, 18:8 41-lOw day a acne of bg that he hundred and fifty nine 47-100 acres,more or 1<65 will he plead io bar of their recovery. lot
October 16, 1858. 43_ opened a carriage shop in this yincDity place joining b TERMS-One-half) cash and the remainder in 12 | THE SUBSCRIBER on and after the lit Otbr especially d. ir.d that those holding obligationdj

Arrest the Thief! For Sale. months from the date of sale, with interest at tbe : will confine himself exclusively to te the deceased as endorser whether on paper alr'it

Brokaw's'Lnry Stables, rate of 8 per cent per annnm firm date, to be le j: AUCTION BUSINESS do*or running to maturity will promptly BOk *.
\ A MAN calling himself JESSE GRNlen theneighborhood TiE subscriber offers for sale is bis 3 EXGNE situ in the buildin formerly, occupied by J. L. Ironer I cure by a mortgage on the premises sold. !! when his best talents wi'.l! be used to promote. the .w, L. H KNIGHT Adm

I him valuable of Newport MARE on about ult, with at Centnie.a superior I Mill a attached. pwerEe. where i prepared to do all ins of work iu his I1UGU ARCHER., Master in Chancery !j nterest of those entrusting property to Lis chart e. ,I 0.1. 9, 18 S.. 41-3 *
Ufciiig a eight or Gri6 --- -
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nine years wit .dark bay in color, with ono white Saw and all necessary shafting and pal-: lice, at shortest notice an most I He now ofer. his present STOCK at reduced nriccs j Notice.tf
It is of make and warranted to be REASONABLE TERMS ; to R. H. EERIlY
hind foot,belonging the E.tateofSypc Smith de lies Bentley's I
When be said he inferior to DO Engine in the Southern country. Termseasy. Notice.i'oun I .ntKo awl Commission Merchant.i I ALL persons indebted to the administrator)call
II CeMM was going t Oas inch as carriage painting and trimming making new i ept. IS, 36 Cave GodbolJ. are hereby rcqneste
4; county, and is supposed to hv gone Weft R. C. WILLIAMS.OctS3. buggies and wagons, and all kinds of repairing.The '- ; weeks after date, I shaH apply to the lon! I immediately sad settle at the office or. ER-

florida Any one who will said Grant or 16S8._43_ undersigned ia prepared to do t kin of JL Judge of Probate or-Jefera county for Bricklaying & Plastering. A.P.AMA

recover the said Hare 1 that the owner can get her, For Sale work a well and in the latest style, a cau be dir and decree for the ele following Lands.beUwrinx j etobPr 3.185t. '.cs -
4 will be liberally rewarded and all expenses paid.- done at the North. to the Battle of William. El. hue of said rfl UNDERSIGNED begs leave to icferm the __

Any one Laving any information of the said Grut o A LIKELY NEGRO BOY, 20 years old. H. All tboea wh hare thi kn of work to do. and county, deeae to-wi( r the N W C1 Sec. 16, in JL citizens Jefferson county the surrounding : Cod Liver Oil. .* n .5'

tho coarse be has taken. will confer a favor on th rosy be seen at Ihe City Hotel Apply to U.L. ,! wish it done a 'i not fail to givesatisfaction Town. 1 Cf Range 4, N t E, containing 160 ace I t collr.that he is to d.o any kin of work : THRESH
c undersigned by writing L her at Newport, Ford Rutgers,tr to S,S. Knight, EMS. wcrld do wf 11 to cn more or I Ie* To ba sold to pay the debs of said : th abu line 0 frepn' O ) telu.I A1 gimao Clark

October :0, 168. Tallahassee, Sept 4, 1853. 36 July 1Q. 1S59. :S Oet 30, 1638. 4.- I Montictllo, Sep 1,1$38. *-8m Aprils me, 14

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