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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: September 26, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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EstraBA'emeDt. that If you proposed she would. be hardly love alone, with an expectation marry of whose whiteness surpasses the pearl!-S the congregation-wi*seated.to......... :
andfhope how
CHAPTKK. IV. against accepting /' / happiness. I have no sylph like her;movements, and,how surpassingly net as aboraolescribed. MjrjdearBi?..Hotr.an .
MILES NASH & CO. Cf Dear Alice how I Well" little mink I mercenary aspirations ] lovely herfaee,as now a bright a ranny stood.behind
pant! for tho time to am ftot'so' deeply in to gratify, and consequently love will be uniform, ;the etrrrrTjru/- .
DEALERS IX arrive when we shall return home. There love with Kate as.you would frdrri m, ac. pure and disinterested." my happy smile lights up her countenance. pit!,.and;.preached with/reedom and boldness

-are so4roany'delightful associations and reminiscences tions infer, and I would not be surprised Well, my friend, will be Did ever mortal behold such ravishing beauty JMDI, anil {fee ajoyetwot. for half au hour,.

DRUGS, 19&. PAIffTS, connected wilh Charleston, that it were I to meet the partner of my joys and I to own a willing allegiance you to (he charms compelled and er's such skill transcendant would be loveliness Really a paint after which $ame the exhortation; ,and.prayer. ;-
appears to roe to be an earthly paradise. sorrows this summer on my travels. You intellect of this beauteous but baffled to delineate her then ajS4n'vittio'n penitents, not at theniourners
MEDICINES, BOILS The spot where we interchange our ezpres- know very well that your brother has a sprink. liers, suppose we repair to stranger the Billiard; saloon Vil glorious image. THe pencil would< ,entirely benc\, for there was.neither bench,
fail in iO
T"1 7"OULD inform their friend* and the p blictba siona of reciprocal fbudness-the many hap ling of romance in his nature." and try a game. It will help to while attempting perform its Accus nor I chair, nor iubslHae'for-either; jet some.
tomed
V Y tbey have on band a good assortment ofi uc py urs"that" we have spent together--our Well, Julian," said Augustus! we will the morning." away office. Her name is Gerald Marchand. fortJii,?/ more kuelt down upon! ; :the 'groood,
articles as are generally kept in their line business moonlight walks and drives,all these thoughts see, but I am rather inclined to the opinion The The dance is concluded, and just then Langs- mournfnana! woepiag.wh: the
eomming-
terms and will shall be be receiving reasonable.regularly fresh supplies. Theii conspire to torn my thoughts to my blest] my S that Miss Kate possesseS such potent sway Room, young and played men until proceeded dinner to time.the Billiard After dale with, his with mother Alice upon his arm, and VilHers ling sounds of prayer and praise went't np,!9

: Tallahassee. April 3 Hi 18S8- 14. happy bonand there too we can mingle over you as to render i it impossible for another dinner, Villiers was introduced to Marchand. ,. entered he room. They heaven and several, professed peace.ia',ho.
with friends, true devoted friends, allied in to occupy a place in your heart" SL Julian was delighted with him and are seated near to Dr. Ma'fphand and his ala. Iwving. We then proposed,to'( nii a vozj-.
Dr. Miles H. Nash, feelings,'nyropathies and 'inc iples; whereas You are mistaken, GUI, I have frequently appeared td be in the same he ter, who is conversing gaily with Butler.;. teer class. Ctpa.tL. nd i fourteen elhllS'.
manner affected As
j OFFEtS BIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO THE CITIZENS: OF at .the! north. wejian claim no affiliation of alluded to the engagement existing between towards St. Julian. March nd soon as ever Marchand perceived: Angustns joined the cbnrch, and their number ha*bW-

:: TALLAHASSEE SURB.OjjDINGCOUNTRY. -teeling, uo interchange- of sentiment with a 'Kate!. and my particular ft lend, James Rivers. man, some fix feet two or* thr.was*** .in.a./.young},.....!;.. duced, he advanced towards him and was intro increased ,to) twenty-wx: since thtm. The
to Mr.
} OFFICE with Dr. M. Xaslj.immediately eastof the people ?opposite to ourselves in every re- one has on many occasions openly avoweda height, finely formed, a- handsome- -- -- face"'""' .11 Villiers and Alice; Langsdsle J i Capt. and two of his men were,made cJass .

: tpect Yott therefore cannot blame roe dear. warm, ardent love for Rivers, and at his a thick flowing silky beard. with proceeded to pay his respect to, Miss Mar leaders. Having. presented ., be *fhjraa..
i "y. 19 1855. SOMEDICAL est, foriwjshuig to be at. that home; ,where: I request have bestowed Upon her the atteo- 'jvere ejegant, his address refined His and manners chand. Shaking her warmly) by the hand,. book, and 41 testa'aienfa, t ..

NOT ICE. can enjoy the delightful repetitions of the tionIwbicWlIay excited your susjriciuns. Jam b. fe--'*,.u_M ''r-. ,..... ,.Polished.. : he remarked, big *icdAmt far from home an11. end?...
0Dra. past with one so lovely, so amiable as tour- guarding' the fragrant flower from the ,tion to be a young man of general iniormation pl .Mi .rI1 n.JJ J k -hlt xnrasible to ficht tha battles of their : ll 4
Robertson & Bond self." importunities of those for whom she has no and remarkable talent. While he was are enjoying yourself." You WILL doobueM, a ir TWWr, WTtcWin
tolerance. I have Ob Mr. but this is this statement of that work of God, all]( the
Oh Augustus, d3 not bestow such lavish written, Rivers this morn- conversing with St. Julian, Langadale came finely, Langsdale,
funned in the
HAVING profession a ,co offer partnership their services to prncUc the citizens praise upon me. You may perhaps Someday ing giving him an account of Kate. She is, out of the hotel upon the perch, and seeing really a great and unexpected pleasure. characteristics of a genuine riTa.f.rlgoo.
of Talkbajeee and surrounding country. become acquainted with the many faults too, an agreeable companion, and it is a Villiers eNgaged in conversation with a Brother told me that I would meet an old and that in an onexpct
t 3P' Office over the Store lately occupied by Bet and weaknesses of my nature. Your devotion source of exquisite pleasure to me to be able '' stranger, was about to pass on, when March and esteemed! friend this evening, but would Camp, ready the battle field- '

ton :28! 57 9-tf but when, in consequence of a. daily feeling the power of her witching Jovelit eJel. i i eJ, Why Gus, mjr dear friend, how are and pleasure is doubly heightened to know could] be pricked to the heart, and COTe .

E. BARNARD Jr. intercourse, you may hl\'e opportunities to You know I could not love one who had j I you !"-at the timejgrasping and hearti.. that it is yourself." At this moment, St. Julian Christians become happy, and '.-, .
judge of the many foibles! of. my weak nature, loved before." : ly shaking the hand of Augustus. sauntered by, apparently careless] ; but Yet t the glory of God, it is not.only' recor-. .,
WILL CONTINUE THE you frill not think me so amiable, and I fear At this moment Mrs. Villiers entered the ', "My dear friend," replied Augostos.If .- Augustus knowing his intention and desire, a fixed fact on earthbut written in .
r DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS will be sadly disappointed in me ; but dear apartment. Oh mother," exclaimed Alice, : Your voice so familiar reminds me of a took him by the arm and introduced him to the book of God's remembrance. We hare

t7": AT THE OLD STAND, SIGN Augustus, you must ever attribute my faults Brother is perfectly willing to proceed with friend of my early chilhood, but treacherous Miss Marchand, at the same time remarking, been thus minute in dttli in hop of enc aft,

tl to my head and not my heart, for it shall i be us to-morrow." !! memory falls to recall your features so as to "and now, Miss Gerald, as you are 10 ably aging some, who sight or
my highest aim td itt! in such manner as Well, my dear son, I am glad you have :I enable me to even name or locate you." protected by the two moat redoubtable char- appearances, to work by faith alone, doing
OF TUB MORTAR, will ever meet your kind and generous :ippro- consented, but trust that our wishes do not "I am your old friend Eugene Marchand! acters at Saratoga, namely, Messrs. Butler their whole] duty, and leaving t whole re4:
va]." interfere with any premeditated schemes of with whom you went to school lit Virginia." and Villiers, I will beg you to excuse me a suit with God.: It is our work preach,kfla

Corner of Clinton and Monroe sheds.Tallabassee. Dearest Alice, do not! give way tb feel. enjoyment. Oh, now Eugene, I recollect you. All little." God's t convert through the foolishness ofpreaching -
Jau'iary1JlS56. SCoPartnership of this By no means, mother dear. I am anxious the remembrance of crowd in Certainly, Mr. Lingsdale.'_ The evening We can oul,1 or water at,
; ___ ___ __ ___ __ ._ ing kind. You know the old adage, by gone days pnt
Notice. errare est kumanum" and I can readily to gtt, 'for I intend,selecting a wife from upon my memory-our happy school days, passed of gaily, and after a delightful inter. best, and perhaps do that poorly a best

undersigned bar ibis day entered into a co- conceive an excuse for any error you may the beauties which may be assembled at Saratoga our boistenous mirth and firm friendship rise change of sentiment, the company repairedto but Go gi\e the increase. Oh, reader
THE:. in tbeWHOLESALE commit, but mj uwu Vnriu.vJ, nv .....?*. uifch __ : this season. I can assure you I have no up in quick succession. But what brings their respective apartments for!hc purpose us bear in mind that oar blessed Mas .
& RETAIL thoughts like these ?nd look only\ to whatis idea ot being a pnvsician without a \\'11I \,, uu !I4V tZ1, ; I..... X ....,-.oJ iff jv*. .,ua daa J you VOA .1'."-'ftnft6 _W Aot eLoor to th.IP; r.hgnd ter is not t.D time, place, or cirenmstances. ..>
intend taking oie first and profession :_ i;'_..___ T _... _.___ _,1..n bodies. .
UGr BUSIN"ESS.under best for the promotion of each others hap- my WCIUJ .III Ajaillyr. JL IJIOl JTUUI fUUlUer ana- Hence, let us work by fait i
DR. afterwards." sister last summer at the CONt-INnED. our whole duty, and God will richly
Virginia
the name and style of I'inegs. My lips can never express the unalterable Springs, [TO Bt ] rwr.
and devoted love I cherish for you.- Dear Julian, you have bnlj one year and they told me that you were in France, us, and Heaven will acknowledge oar ]
AMES & LVEL! Y. My heart o'erflowing with affection does not more before you, and then you will bo Dr. prosecuting the study of your profession." Uncle Sam's Camp-meeting. I labors of love. >.. j

I admit of an adequacy of expression to impart Villiers-so you can spend the intervening Yes, Langsdale, I have jusf returned from Mr. Editor:-We are all at our post in I The church in Tampa is doing well, alL

; will be at the pleaed old!! stand to sea of their D.H friends Ames, the depth and fervor of my attachment time in courting" and then marry immediately] Paris, and my sister would insist upon dragging South Florida, and the spirit of the Lord is things considered.. While we rejoice to a.

i: tTHEr they will keep a full and general I look forward with such bright! anticipationsof afterwards. me Off upon a northern tour ; but how at work in our midst. We have some war counted worthy t be put into the miqb
Artic1eaPrert.ninin! lo their futute felicity, that I find {impossible to Well mother, we will let time do its long do you expect to remain here ?t" and rumors of war in abundance ; but the we rejoice greatly that our lot has

S ne of business D. H. AMES, :1 conceive the idea of any unbapptness, and so work and see what will result, but as you It will depend entirely upon my friend end cometh not yet There are now in the us in the forefront of the btte. on this Iron-
:M. LIVELY. I wish it to be with you. .I/et no thoughtsturn have all dcterfmned positively to urge 'your Villiers and his family,%ith whom I am in field! twenty companies of mounted volunteers tier station. We will permitted. mean

January 11856. 1 to the probability of any dark or lowering onward wayI will attend to the business company ; but I am, I must own, anxious to three foot companies, and a sprinklingof time,.to craro an interest ia,.the prayers of.

t JOHN R. LLOYD cloud assailing our happiness and peace. arranging" nil matters connected with our return home, although we have not been regular troops ; yet, like the shadow of a God's people, that where sin aua.grace .

Our future will be one bright, cloudless] sunshiny departure. away a month." ghost, Billy Bowlegs eludes their vigilance, may much more abound ;
.A.- c1ion.eer; : summer day, with; no gloomy shadows So saying he left the robm. On the next And what are you pursuing now, Gus and undoubted bravery. and that we may b found faithful nntp .

AND careering across the heaven of our love. Dear day the parties proceeded on their journey, Playing] gentleman! rolling pills or defending The only trophies they have yet obtainedare end. D.3'.L"N:'

t COMMISSION[ MERCHANT, Alice, will! you not think ty btl'? Think ,.of and after spending an agreeable time atiaii' criminals from the potent arm of justice!t" the killing of a few warriorssupposedto r. ..
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. no invasion of sorfotv, tor as far as in me lies pleasant places, they arrived at Sara Well, Eugene, I am preparing myselffor belong to the scattered Mickosokee tribe Horrible Jtrete laThe Ilz. .
; you shall never know misery but in ncme. toga, the great resort in summer of fashion, the law, and will next spring apply for not under tho authority of Bowlegs-and the news by the steamship b'

: -July 19, 1856. 29-ly My\ fond aim shall be to dispense joy, bappi- wealth and beauty. admission to the bar, but I expect to be a capture of some squaws, and papooses. lished yesterday, was obtained AnO aee,.

RS.H.BERRY ness, and contentment around you, and to CHAPTER V. planter. My inclinations guide me that way ; Among those men.of war, there are many I by a fishing smack, on Tburday last uled --
'f ,
i' chase UXVI1J iUe a,1k .vluwd All -"JM--.., besides my love for retirement points me to doubtless of a erv wicked cbaracter-pjsnv. .i:'. ,' ____
Commission and
Auctioneer.and AVCCK ttoa iWtlrU cuinuixT vnt XTOTMing -V : -
mat uiuutT ui me as iut uuiy uife in wmcn i very many gamuung,swearing, annKrngTvurgar '
MERCHANT. dismal night, and you, mine own, will with Julian and Augirstus' ettter d the parlor can remain calm and undisturbed from the sinners. There are also among them, graphed t this city. This is the :first .time _
and affections halo around
smiles cast '
your a occupied by Mrs. ViIliers.II trials which ever environ the practice of the several Christian men and ministers ; and that the news fey a steamer from Europe'
TALLAaASSEr.Fla.SCPt.2911855. 89! the scene so replete with joy and pleasure. Well, really," remarked Julian, we of character and | -s
law. gentlemen high first
-- many bound to New York, thai
S dear in the of anticipa
-. My Augustus, buoyancy have been sojourning here one long week, After! Indulging! in some further t eonversa. rate principle, though yet unconverted. Cu!. b ben
S. S. KNIGHT, youth and fervor of love, you paint a picture and I have seen no fair being upon whom 1 lion, the friends separated, promising to meetS Loomis, the commander of the force in Florida ted. The Arago; which btight, 225" paston. *,.
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT purely ideal. You look for that enjoymenton fix affections. If I do not humble gers, and in specie, arrived at Nevl
can my virgin that evening in the ball room. St Julian accompanied is an pious, Christian gentleman 810,0 S
LL.\JI.USCE, FLORIDA. this earth which can only be realized in succeed to night I shall most assuredly pro. Langsdale to his room and observed whose sent in the house of God is never va- York Monday morning. Fr foreign files
You build castles in the air which '
September, 18G5 05 heaven. pose a return home." Why, Gus, you appear to have cant in time of service, except when hindered we male up the following addition sum'S
for want of foundation, must fall to earth ; in Why brother, you have become Very soon stumbled over an old acquaintance." by the claims of military duty, to which he : ,
HIGH A. CORLEY; the enthusiasm of a youthful nature, as yet dissatisfied. Yesterday you were full of expressions '. Yes, Julian, ho and I wet at school together attends with scrupulous integrity, and strict t"_ 't t4 _.." "
Attorney at Law unchecked by adversity, you design enjoy- of the delight and pleasure you had in Virginia some eight years ago. He purpose. It would do your heart good to 'I .UU Atrocities I .I4is.Th. English
ments which can only be experienced by the derived from your short stay at this place, was then a clever boy and our intimacy continued see his tall and erect form, with glowing papers give numerous accounts o the atrocities -
TALLAILASSEF:, FLA. heavenly angels. I do not look to the futureas and now you have suddenly become fdiscontenledi until some five years since. He had white beard, when leading tho prayer-mee perpetrated on Europeans ladia.'

January 17, 1857. S-ly one of continual gloom and darkness.- Perhaps the fair one with whom you gone to Yale College some two years beforeI ting, and exhorting the people to flee from A letter from Bangalore says:_

Were I to do so, nature would be compelled were so closely engaged and apparently fascinated left Virginia, and when returning to his the wrath to come, in his peculiarly eloquent, We have had an awful time .of it, ,. I ea#I,
Benj. F. Young to succumb, and I would sink into the grave; last has given warning to Alabama and zealous Oh
night you home in during a vacation, he forcible, manner. it is soul- assure you, though we ourselves batS ted.
but I do not picture to myself! the probabilityor begone." stopped a few days in Richmond to see his stirring to hear him! '
LM MW11 from alarm and No
JilllffiEY) ? mercifully kept danger. ,
tven the possibility of our life being one I have just told Alice that I then hometo It is
AKDSOLICITOR Why, you old preceptor. was just going a very common opinion, that there is words can express the feeling horror which .
unmarked by the adversities to which poor impotent there is none whom I can place affections he with and but little chance do
: IN EQUITY upon my go to College ; went me spent to good by preaching prevades society in we hear many .
!S "I1TILL practice in the Courts ef the Eastern Cir human nature is subject here. Mineis and that is the prime cause of my about three weeks at my plantation, at the among the volunteers. It is not very favorable private accounts of Indi !, which 1
V Y' euit of Florid, and the Federal Tourtn.orriCX not a desponding disposition-bnt before I discontent. Why mother, you look incredulous expiration of which time, upon his pressing for accomplishing good ; but God who too sickening 19'repeal. ,< 'a
( AT GAIKBTUIX, ALACHCA c aTT.) arrive at conclusions I compare tbe past with ; bot your son-.'-looking out for U& i invitation, 1 accompanied him to his home giveth the increase," can accomplish his The cruelties committed by tfo wretches S
RSFSRSXCES: the present, and then I am assured that the partner of his cares and joys. Most serious. and there became acquainted with his mother wise designs among soldiers, as Well! as citizens exceed : They took for y. igbt females -

GAIT. J. J. LOCAB ) future can never" be one brightness unclouded .' ly do I speak. I am as much in earnest as I and sister. His mother was and still is a and he has done wonderful things a blef girls of from ten fourteen .

COL. J. D. Axzzx. }. Charletten, S. C.; by sorrow. it is possible for fickle man to be ; but I see widow ; his sister, then a ]littlejgirl thirteen, among them already. A few weeks since, delicately nurtured t '
AB.JUUI. & THOimosr 1 My\ own Alice] you yourself are worthy that it will be difficult for me to obtain sympathy gavo promise of being a peerless beauty.- several companies of Col.! Rogers' command lated many, and kept for the lade
; DR. JAMES 8. JOXM, Tallaltaiset, Jt'1a.Jmle to be an angel, one whose purity of mind is from of you, so will l retire from She is not than and mustered into service and tem tbe par
any : more eighteen now, a were encampedtwo heads of insurrection for
.. ... ,. poses .a
6. [)7. 23A.PERRY unequalled and admits of no comparison or 77 he ""
.your selfish circle ; so saying gaily laugh magnificent woman aria IB, periecuy! oazznng. miles from Tampa waiting for other com whole week. At tntf end of that time they ,
S MAKER, rivalry, but your future shall be a happy one, ed and passed out from the apartment. We After staying at his mother's! plantation about panies. I was invited, by one of the Cap- made them strip themselves, and
for if in the buoyancy |lof youth t may be will follow him to his chamber. He takes a two weeks, we started upon a western tour tains to preach to them,' daring some weeknights to the lowest of the people to gave af.

TTO..BT AT LAW templed .to allow my ideas happiness to cigar, draws a book from his trunk and seats and were*gone about :six weeks. We trav which invitation I gladly accepted.I .- up broad daylight in the streets ofDelhiLThey

TALLAHASSEE FLA. enjoy too wide a range, remember still that himself with the intention devoting an hourto elled through Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkan. rode out to the appointment, in company then commenced the work of torturing them
May !I. 1858. 20_ my best efforts shall" be used to dissipate tho study of his profession ; but blu let sas and Missouri, and returned to his home. .I with Lt. Howard, who was licensed to exhort to catting off their tigers and! .

EDWARD 01. WEST. 'I gloom and dispel care. does not remain long undUturbed. ATriend: In a few days I set out for my own home.- some three weeks previously. When we-arrived deat leaving them bf lady.
". I know it, Augustus. I am too confi of his from Virginia, Mr. Butler enters. He went back to college, and I have never there in the night, the drizzling rain,the : nol days dying. They d. 'O face
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, dent of your love to allow the thought of Oh, Villiers, excuse my interruption. I seen him since until to-day, and would not shooting and yelling in the surroundingcamps I of was a'nbther tbre lady and made her t .

S TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. your ever acting in a manner to cause me did not expect to find you so closely engaged even then have known him, so great an alteration with the apparent carelessness] of almost through the Poor Mrs. wl, we-
April 6, 1SS*. 14 sorrow. No, I will look to you as to a bright ; excise the intrusion and I will call in has his person undergone in five all concerned seemed so unpropitibus, of officer.tret- regrmeut/ at Meertrf,
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beacon light for guidance, and depend upon again when you are more at leisure." years. We were both quite young when we as to forbid any farther effort, and were chill was a soon expecting her coofinedfenir

Anderson, J. Peeler, the strength of your pure love to protect me; Come, Bulter, do not leave-sit down and travelled 1oetier-he some three years older ing to faith and leal. But after some time, violated her, then ripped her up, and, taking They .. _
Attorney and Counsellor at Law and i/Ver misfortune should o'ertake us,like smoko a cigar. Let me ring for some Champagne than myself.: Last summer I met his mother the camp fire was lit up, and a candle placedon the unborrt child, cast. it her into,the :
: the"ivy to the oak, I will cling to thee and and ice. I will take no refusal. Id and sister at the Virginia Springs and they the bead of an old barrel, which served flames. No a child.
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY, endeavor, too, by my love, to console, and fact-I am already tired ofthis book and want informed me of his being in 'Fran e. It is a for a pulpit. Then about three hundred men has had the Er man,shown woman them.o .1

JTEWfORT FLORIDA. comfort you. Dear Augustus, my happiness a jovial friend like yourself to sit down and pleasure I littlo expected of so soon renewing seated themselves around the fire and preacher do not believe'that the mercy world ever witnessed, ;

WILL Practice in the Courts of the Middle Circuit ,. is complete in your love, and twill be'my converse with." a friendship onCe so prized." seating themselves on the lap of mother more torments than have been inflic

attention. paid 12 to Collecting.M&reb211. greatest joy" It my actions meet with a 1 loving Well, Villiera, as you insist upon it, I Well, Gas, be appears f fo be a real capital earth, while.the preacher pressed upon them ted hels poor women., ,, At .

approval. will remain, for I really want to enjoy your fellow* His sister's beauty has set Butler the loss they would] sustain1, if they. gainedthe Allahabad or.they feUw.eoDt atrocities ;
FLOYD & HOLLAND, At this moment St. Julian entered, and delightful society and have also somo information crazy. I must know her this Evening. If whole world and lost their own souls.- Delhi. I reallj'hTe c'anot r.le you tb A.. f f.
Attorneys at Law. Alice advancing towards him said, to impart which I know will interest possible do introduce me." The contest between the powers of light and cruelties demons have ben gIltyof.euttin o

S S practice in tbe Circuit Courts of Middle Dear brother, mother Mr. Langsdale you greatly. A young lady has arrived to. Certainly,Julian, and I am stire that you darkness, for a while was quite severe. The ts and tses.ot1iit1e cl.'

WILL West Florida,and in tbe Supreme Court and ray self have all agreed that wo are per day, whoe beauty is transcendant. I will will be pleased with her. She is a gay, viva clamor, and reveling camps contiguous,seem- dren, joint f by JO. gs,' sight.of.their parents,,
t the District Conrt of the Uni fectly surfeited with this monotonous exist. venture to assert that it is unsurpassed. cious spirit, of a high order of mind, well cultivated ed likely to drown the voice of the speaker, who were reserved. for similar'

1ecl & ttSorthcm OflaceApalacbieola District of Florida., Fla. ence in Now York, and bait determined to Perfectly, faultless in every respect, as regards and trained, and likewise remarkable during half an hour; when the ,opposition terwards. \ "t. iepat? .

D.FLOYD P. HOLLAND, Office Qnmcy, Fl*. proceed to Saratoga on the morrow, i if you personal appearance, and from her ,vivacity I sweetness of character. She created< n..,. ..eo_. 1GKK. fil can be prevailed upon to accompany us." would jodge a gay spirit. I Was farored sensation last summer :at the Springs. I afterwards plies, be delivered his own soul, having *
. ---- -i- Well, sister mine, if it will conduce in with only a short look as her brother handed met two other admirers and questioned preached l't full hour, much to his own comfort -. Mjt: S .. s .

WILLIAM 8. DILW0BTIT, any degree to your happiness and enjoyment. : her npihe steps, and she was conversing with them as to their success, and they and we believe, to the spiritual good of Tbe officers were al l ru'hede, S|i-u

Attorney del Counsellor at Law, I will certainly] accompany ydu, but I think him so merrily and smiling so sweetly that I both replied that they had! been rejected, and his well-behaved, attentive and serious con- es sounded the alarmBtigle ,t'bng'I:

M05TICELLO, FLORIDA.TTTILiibracUoe our life anything but monotonous. How is was, immediately chained to the spot and the man that is so fortunate as to gain her gregation. At the close of the service,. 25 the parade, and,ehof tfiem i
: her i in mote and delighted admiration. affections 'will secure inestimable] ,80 themselves soldiers led! Wretched mttreWen; &f
in the Courts of the Middle Cir- it, Gus, that you do not see pJ"' asare! lookedjafter a prize'of or persons acknowleged ; maj _
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YY nitEndTlioia-; < and Lwnde County, Ga "Why, Julian, I could find, what some I I bave been introduced to .her brother 'uh e/* I of the Croat, who::were not ashamed to their i re \ Nifl* podr lUtI le'ensignt 'doing.

March n.185S. IS-1f men would call pleasure, were: I like them to whose ttwne: I Is Marchand, from Alabama" ; .We will. pass over the lime which elapsed own JEts' among' hii;'enemies ; and some 'dntj- : jgtca6n'i .were bajonetejfT.to.

LOSG & GALBRAITH seek at; but you are aware, :that,1. '.l'.y He lea young physician, and told "me that .between the above conversation and the ball, seventy or eighty' made("public: ,promise* in .death i..r a'6.or' th&t4.S. .
; FLA. liked retirement, and will arrogate'mjfelf., :he had just returned from Europe about' four and* conduct Y9U'..ttft, _brilliantly !lighted presence .of the congregation,..that,from that 'c w ': :
ATTOE5ET1' AT LAW, TxjiAHAMEE, some degree ,of domesticity.' JJRr 7- : ,weefc toce/and Immediately upon his.return S saloon, where all jll life, gaiety,And .animation ,moment thy would seek kingdom. of God,-' U'OO' j* .J g'
MA.LONG *J.B.GALBRAflH ban auoei-; U Well then let ti d pMtt&to-morrow... I do .bis sister had.harried Mm 'off on a PaWi -;'. ::The cdncordanl sounds of a'welror- I and his.rigUeocznefa.* .I have,never seen beDenxreepingai > t'H n 'ni1\ .. f. :
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iD the practice M.tj 7 for wSib Your heart will not b* wtfffli: pulsed band poured forth '$its rich'and mellow f i.iD ', under ,
will attend the Ocnuta in the Middla Olmrit, Supreme not care hovrisoon yon alt affree to go, ; tour tier! j' : .opce :" ..F. o.'fw.i .
o.arta.and the Kitriet poorta of tb* United-' :'once yon leave this'place; I iM...... be anxious, a red oenrooce yon see her." ,Mine(.already J, 'J :strains of light D4J joyona,music., Merry J BueDpe.DOr.b/ afd.1O many,, good $; n. 1".llk' :_. .
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States*tTaHaba.*.... S S '-', .t 'getiiPmL0 > .yielded! fcer J beauty) bas" othedyt9sd:, Voices: were'. laughing," bright eyes beaming, fi4zonghe 'wkked. It ':pG, Biesb. --'
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--land, Tie. *. Payne Etnfor Cain and Jonn; f answer t thil'-quctiou'"wU. afford us..practical': :Our united voice w6uMl hne btfb ftt tiflugain4uch ur The following slcetcKe V(tbe most; PromtncnTmcmbtrs Ua. EDrtot I r[tAdvertiiment.1 gw- very macb the necwslty which'for_

# t that would havebcen hoard from time of the Southern Convestion are taken ecu mo before the pablle In vindication of my cbaratler-
: Jonnutl% t also got on the hot which took off the women issue for discussion: CATO. a constrnction, have ben f.'attd
but agalnn
charm mt and
and children. i Noix-Lest his silence should 'be conitrufnlo Potomac to the Rio Grnnde, and 'even Lucius"would from the Marion (Ala.) American : been wAwrxrad arwnd which I to the absence of sob,hart con

.. -. .' The 'in the diout. had Mr. THE 'Mc .-I must conclude-this I tradiction mar be believed,aaii t feel 1 It ncnmben;on me
-- PETERSBI-RO, VA., September 18.- Norwe- intentional disrespect, (Cato" annoUlces tle flct have joined general : nmsora nED to deny them throurb i the me41aal of yoar paper; It U nt-

T A L L A II ASS E K : j gin bark Eloise arrived at Norfolk this morning, I that he will be compelled to be absent from the Buchanan placed such a construction npon his par- letter celebrities, and who I will were do present.?by a brief To begin mention with of the the] eearyfbr sale a that complete I haTe been nJctit5dliof.siace January the subject list, tmployad tshould I

-. .- I with fifty passengers of the steamship Central State for the next two or three weeks. He hopes, .'tv platform he could not as 80 honest, man have President,I mention Professor DeBow. Louisiana, u and a han dark alto for bw Meaara.acting O.W.Clerk l1e ln In,*the Co.Post of.VIceortkl*

svTrnn.vv, SEPTn:1lRI\R 26, lS1. j America, including twenty-six females. All the I however, that this announcement will not deter"Lucius" done less than nimounc it But he did not so con- the Editor ofDe ow'. Review. lie is l\ wall and I I i pUee. hare generally opened, mad up and Office clo e at<
'. .. .-- > ; -ffrs lint one, ami near $2,000,000 in specie, from pursuing the discussion, and he embraces : etruc it, and does not e un.IcrtI\lit now, as maybe coarse looking man with prominent f tnre". Not tm maIl.Mr..' 9. Hart' _
John alleges that 08 the 2d
I II of
day
montifnrtitof JUM
W n.Ir.! LONG of Richmond 1, Virginia, : Ii w ere 1",1I this opportunity to commend the good causeto I, seen by his recent letter to the New England bv any means brilliant he Is a ul1c'ui'IIC' effort-patientlabor he mailed a letter at his oc directed hu danahtw l 1411,
] raided to distinction by ; J. Hart then at Karon1.
B.ipti Mini;t -ra ill preach in the rrot(ta lt11.th.li"t I the championship of some of thoo .hot and preachers' tie I doubt not underwood it, and still I I He was the head of cen!us bureau, under Mr. Pierce, laId Miu letter Mary was oclwd M *ttamptd Georgia envelop*.and MIll that UI*

rhnr.-h in this city to-morrow nwrnin '; Hon. .JrflVrwoii Darin right.-Mr. Buchanan all fiery Fpirh" who have been so firmly and sternly understands( it, to mean .:Non-intervention" by the :.I ansi superintended the statistics of the censu of J.and Hart cncloaed received In a the common letter envelop dlrtM-tad vttAont In an unknown a. .hand Wary,

.Services to commence at 10} o'clock.] I l rebuked" by him. CATO. Federal Government in nil its departments, and offi- 1 kept the envelop till her retard home, showed It she
i Washington Union of the 19th? inst, contains Although Alabama was largely represented, there I I ther who complain* It this office, and anally, 10 her ril-
the construction aa I
: r Such I venture,was und.r
:= i: speech delivered by Col. Dn'il, before the Pcory cia posiions was genuine celebrity or man of mark among I stand, e\arat At brtal hug of a Utter ptn to tMa omc J
no *
To the el\fin (.f editorial and news matter, 1 MR. EDITOR:-I have rend with surprise and regret placed upon the Cincinnati platform by the Democracy David Hubbard of North Alabama, was' i While his charge la made In distinct torma Against( (A.offct
i! of Deeoto County, Mississippi. This gen them. the report hat gone .torlh that /om the
(place before our readers in to.days paper, twoiatewtinRconnnui.ications I tleman] is the acknowledged] leader of that dietinc- the two articles published in your last issue : of every section of the country)" ; and that .Lu the chairman of the delegation. He is a plain,blunt other name la mentioned but mini Thus guilty It becomes man. ana m.n.i to

( forcible ar- over the signature of .Lucius." They were evidently cius" failed to understand it, can only be accountedfor honest, man, but otherwise he did not particularly answer to the charge; ; and b8ld, baying made up the
W of June lf
the '
I live organization known as the extreme South- mail on my no one i la Ibis Mice
umntation njwn the hnnAt question. party prepared with care and deliberation; ai on tho presumption that he belonged to the impress me. however I like hint could have perpetrated the oufttge. tare ""
j I <-rn Hights! men of the South. We are indeed gratified From Georgia the mo* striking man wal Ben I harn ampl prooft fir my Innocence:' fhatehaj
0' doubtless the matured of at .leastone other side whose business it was to manufacture thfw
I opinion the President of proof dearly laid bfore Mr. Hart, but
express ] lie
to that there U entire coincidence with Yancev, now of Atlanta was thoegb
Mescr Wbor Daunheimer) ho]have just commenced an
J fIll intelligent citizen of Florida. The question "men of straw for the Democracy, that they might the last Senate in .All1l.amYer,. handsome, of elM who baa seen them to aalmflrd of my entire lonoeinc/
business in this city, nvertiseiii1flOt1ier] reference to the Kansas question, between the opin- jet!Ir. Hart hold* out in his old opinion tad allow, m'preaalon
discussed by Lucius" a new one, and he has show their skill in knocking them down. fine figure, with fair complexion light hair blue to spread that lam guilty ate charge hleh,the |
column a full assortment of ReadyMade; (]Hthil ions and sentiments contained in this address, and i however the second golden spectacles, composed and easy in manner would be snfflclent to alnk my name to everlasting t lflrut'
in a manner well calculated to mislead The error of construction on eyes. Infamy
presented several fa of the
1 have >
the nnd sentiments which have been i and pro error of the
Goods. impressive clUrpe
and Gentlemen's Furnishing : opinions he ]has 1\ very scholarly apll'fr.nnCl' Which ii.
noticed is if still more surprising. would require toomucli of your a >aco to .
thoswho have not carefully examined the ground point possible ) t forth.
-,*.- avowed from the start by, the Floridian] and Journal. A man who sees him once will turn to look fact however,ia so conclusive that I must state It: One

Notice C<>1. Berry's advertisement of Groccre.L The.Col. fates in his speech that .he had the best upon which he hal erected his structure. Lucius" assumes that upon the principles of the attain ; a woman who looks once will look all the that The he Postmaster would Mild at a Macon of wa the< written to. witha renuML

Vessel and in Store for I There are several points presented in these articles Kansas act, and the resolution of the Democratic party copy Post-Blll rewired nW
Mlccoiuklr, dated 2d June. He did
r'ivtd last !I authority for believing that the Administration "Mr. talents but ao, and that bill
of decided ft corn
would be in the State Yancey is a man I exactly with the account *
which I desire to notice, and which for convenience Congress justified refusing pond* kept at the Miccosukte P .
The Editor of tho Sentinel. was not rl'fIIOIile for the language employed ujGov. good deal milder and less emphatic than his Alabama The account Stiles that tiro letters were aent to Macems o
I will number not however, the Kansas admission into the Union unless the Constitution the !d June. both l on-
pursuing .
Walker the In another brother I have known him since I was \ prt-paid >y tampt. If one of ihorw|
or reasons urged.
in Tennessee III
From tour of nimmcr recreation had not beta thus
a order in which they are presented by the author. after its adoption by the Convention, shall boy, and always] admired him. ters pte-pnld. It was the duty of the Po r.
other Slates Allen of the Stntinel has portion of his speech he .that he has not the muter at Man to have.made the correction on the blllJ
nud Judgo fays It is contended thut .Non-inter vcution by Con- be submitted to the people for their approval or re Mr. Overby, the Maine Liquor Law candidate for Rut It appears that there was no correction made.ant
and much in health l returned to Ins pOlt, improved gress" and not non-iutcrvention from any other jection. Where he gets such a principle in cither Governor of Georgia in 1855, was pre-pald try stamps and sent from ifu-ootuliie m that the two.|ICUC;.
for Gov.Yalker't offensive intervention. Georgia delegation. He is a dignified and OB th* jj Of
to lenrn. grave
TBS W'are 11:2(1 i is meant by the organic law of Nebraskaand of these documents I am unable to discover. There June, were received with ttampt on them at Macon.and
And again that] in the various appointments to quarter. benevolent] ]looking man. Mla Mary J. Hart received her letter icithout, a- it If

Kansas Convention.. the Gubernatorial office Kansas, both Mr. Pierce Kansas and by the Democratic party in adopting is, I think, not one word in either intimating such From Tennessee, the most noticeable peraens were must have been removed after IU arrival at Macon Stamp,andV,

According to despatches from Lecompton) the alike from that legislation} as a plank in their platform of an intention, desire, or requirement. On the contrary Col Snccd and Horace Maynard. The former, the one been connected guilty of the with charge.the Miccoaukie Pout Office could have
and Mr. Buchanan are exempted censure the lastI
both refer expressly to formation or framing member from the Knoxville District in I have called on several gentlemen In this
Constitutional Convention which recently vicinity
1"eml..J I for the errors and misconduct of their appointee, leG. Congress, and Mr. Maynard, the member elect to have been kind enough to listen to all the ctrcumntancM wh0
in October. One That if the Constitution of Kansas when of the Constitution, neither of which is lone to hear the of ini
ndjourned to the 3d Monday the ground that their antecedents gave themno 2. adopted the next Congress. Both are Americans, and both proof ray innocence. They acquit nis of th

3epntch announces thut the free State delegates I upon to Whichwas is not: submitted to the vote of the actual residents by a vote upon its merits. The Kansas act pays, menoftaleut. charge at liberty and to have pnbllth.I given. me the certificate below,which 1 am

w* refused scats in the Con\ntt1.*" But another power anticipate of Mr.any Walker.difficulty.Nor does Col. of the Territory).Congress would. be justified It ms the true intent and meaning of this act, not The first man of the] South Carolina delegation is have thug, Mr. Kdilor, aa briefly aa I could, laid th;
r true
matter before the for
other
public no
eminently the lIon. W. W. for several pallt a purpose than to
that the free Stile refused to in the State and to justified to legislate slavery into any Territory or State, nor Boyce. years defend
men refusing reputation.
pntcli rays Pavi demand the removal of Walk.-r !a condition adlisiol member of Cougress. lIe is about thirty five year* my Respectfully yours, ic..
participate in i.rocw.lings of the Convention. is the principles of the Kansas act, Bud of the to exclude it therefrom, but to leave the people old but l looks and is handsome Jftccorutie A. A. M09ELEY
} upon which the "ntrin .tration to re.ccY upon younger, ft very Fla., Zttftmltr K,1S07.
his future The same sentiments uttered Resolution of the Democratic part. thereof' perfectly free to FORM and regulate their domestic man. He is very reserved and taciturn, and rarely *

The Cotton Crop. support ale Governor Walk-r has done i in institutions in their own And further, engages in convcr.-wition. lie speaks fluently and The undersigned citizena Miccosukle, having r ned -
S. nothing way. to examine Into
The New York Sh'pptny \List maker th* total by Mr Yancev of Alat.nn1, and Mr. Brown, the p That_____ ._ 1 there is always pointedncss, force and pith in his upon of letter a matter In reference, to the ODCO.
It'.t _. ,.. t.-- : : t ; L .1.1 -I 0-ugrcaa orgaiuzlng tnat Kansas s'hall bo received into the Union \\ith lag a directed to Miss Mary J. llsrt.Msron. fj i ,
---- -t 'Mh4t-l-no-1 dl nt. Jb**y| r: L-- r -- r tie Territory, or the principles of the Democratic or without slavery as t their Constitution (formed sp ) they have carefully examined thc subject|
of the and order.I and arc'clearl.
The Editors of the Brpllc and -Sow/A of Richmond l party and ought to be sustained. prescribe at the time of their admission." speeches common-place hackneyed convinced, by the proofs exhibited to them, Ihail the
may lisUn to him with interest and rqtnIng
In Utah always pleasure.Mr.
Maters' Territory. of said teller could not have occurred at Die
acknowledge in their last iues that they are ,1 That there is no principle involved in tAi. Cau anything be plainer than this ? Does it. not Bryan, of South Carolina. S ill. on account of t this Office. Miccoaukie PMC

really tired of the .KansaJ discussion and eurmiec "tdigtnce.h: reached "Washington City) to the matter-no grounds of discontent, and Hint the refer equally to formation of the Constitution ? physique, the observed of all observers.' lie I And the undersigned willingly certify that the gentleman
will
made
the mail
In
effect which the
that their readers are becoming somewhat disgusted that Jirigham Young threatens war and a .fiery spirits" of the South who object to his coufse Was a Constitution ever formed by a vote of ratifi- is very large in person, and has a beard which a sent Mr A.np A. Moseley, since he baa letter been in referred our neighbor to wit

with it also. ever one subject has been separation of the Union if the United States troops should be .firmly and eternly rebuked." Was Spanish Don or a French Marquis might envy It hood ha* borne a good character, and we believe him abort
I poor cation ? it .
enter the Territory.roil expected by Congress'that the h fifteen inches lone, as fine a* split silk," and as such an Imputation.JEO.
belabored to death in ,Virginia, it is certin1.the 5. That had he taken the slavery side of this Constitution Kansas would be BO formed? I think dark as Erebus. lie wears an ample Byron collar, W.< DEXMS.. E. DENXI3, I*. M., M.. T. FERRYMAN'.
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Kansas one. Such beating of thin air we have seldom queton. these fiery spirits would have proclaimed not. Then if the bona fide rcaidenU" Kansas without} a cravat. He is an elegant and much Tvmrc4 icvin U 11 HERRING.L"l>f> *yt

witnessed. [ THE. FLORIDIAN & JOVKNAL.l- I him the wisest of men and most sagacious of have have been left free, perfectly freeto form talents.esteemed gentleman, and tins very respeeiauio THUS.ISAAC W.F. BYB1 CAItR>,, V.IL. A.F. BYKD.BYRD

I THE CRISIS, ruler" T. K. LEOXAKD,
The Lou of the Steamer. their own Constitution, and they ,lo so form it, lion. James Lyons Virginia i is a fine i specimen

The public mind, though Central Auicrlea. .Catc., ert"
greatly shocked, i now !has attended his effort to break each of the above and I shall he seems mature, but not old. lIe is composed, ,
silence points,
relieved of the suspense occasioned the a which was attempt, justify their rejection, but on the contrary, a positive On the 15th inst, by the Rev. J. R Jtffcoat, dg.
by and is
non-ar- show self-possessed courteous in manner. He an
as profound in what
lival of this tcmh'l at New York flD Central as it was niytricus.Vhule the entire respects. guarantee for their reception, and withoutthe able lawyer, and i is very formidable in discus- ALFRED T. BARCOJ of Wakulla County, to Ui*.

America. Wo subjoin the condomed I! political mind, from Virginia to Texas, was moved The Nebraska Kansas act was a Democratic mcasuro most remote reference to Bubmiis>ion or non submission sion. CHRISTINA FELKELL, daughter of Mr. Thot. G.

and thrilling narrative from following the to its profounde'-t t.leCp, by cnssions growing out -the work of a Democratic Congress and a to the people for ratification. I must not omit a notice of Brownlow. -Every Oafkins; of Leon Co.

of the 19th Charleston Mercury !! of Grtvern"; Walker's Kanea* policy settled calm Democratic President. The party has been held But it i il alledged that the Resolution of the Democrats body: has heard of Brownlow, nnd everybody is

iJ.t The heart sickens at the I I! seomod to the minds of I responsible for it at the North and anxious to see him. He is medium size, firmly i *
pervade : our citizens. Whether at the South, party would justify it. What is that resolution OBITUAUV.
contemplation of a scene that in its horrors j I knit together, ft brunette in hair and complexion. -
passes; any thing (If the kind that ] BUI- this) calm was significant of good to the cause of I and as far as I know, has never, as e. party, failed 't I will copy it. "Resolved, That we re Indicating great energy, firmness eyes and. courage I DIED in Gadsden County tim the 6th of Sep.

been called to chronicle. th'lrcs"II' ever j ,.utlllrl Right or only portended the advent of I any where to acknowledge the responsibility, and cognize the right of the pCtlplc of all the Territories, physil'illlalld moral. A bright eye gives a tember, INDIA GERTRUDE, infant danghtcr of

the ill-fated upon Steamer
the U. S. Navy, who was Cupt ociatcd W. L. Herndon of I t the nil tici of Cato,' and its solution. was act itself i is: its own interpreter. I declares that LEGALLY and fairly expressed will of a majority of )quiet!;. (.;.and...1".nnpretenilimmgmaii.t-..* -- 4..w .a n fij as cnn gentle to KH a* a toes.dove to months.

wn. with Lieu the primary motive that induced his annfnmn i )*<>. i the true intent and nu-aniiKr nf t1o .-. :.. ,.-. .- >.ui resiaenrt, KilO -winruoer me number of their I t I Ere the dew was on the flower or stain the
upon
Lardner Oililvn-, HOW of tht!city, in the sciciitilicexplorations I fore the Hope the legislate slavery into any Territory or State, nor to r-
]lutr whispered cheering announcement inhma.bitnntjnstify it, to FORM! a Constitution with soul, little I India passed a way to a better and
other] brighter
(.f the river Amazon in South Amrrica. that in the solution exclude it therefrom, but to leave the Among precautions employed by Fleming i
of the I
Kansas question people thereof or without domestic slaversammd be admitted into home, and become even as the
Bros. to angels, a being of
Mr. Dobbin, a Purser in the Navy and.I l.rothcr of an i-suo had.at length 1.eel fund, Iroudnd perfectly free to form and regulate their domesticinstitutions the Union upon terms of perfect equality with the imposition protect in the themselves of and' the public from changeless purity.E .
shape counterfeit imitations
the late Hon. Janies
; C Dobbin> of North Cl..JI'a :/, profound enough to unite all Southern hearts ; but I in their oicn way, subject only to theConstitution. other States' The italics are my own. or
of JTLane's I
among those ]ht The J/irrwry says : i till gloomy eolletion of thC scones of I IS.IO swept I .of the United States.." This it will be, seen, like the organic act, refersto Pills is that Celebrated Vermifuge and Liver I :: -' are authorized to nnnounco T.H .
all the
having which
The bark Saxony arrived at thi;poit tin? morning I II i with sOIIJre "hade over this cheering xiaion and I To this interpretation the President as well as the time of formation, which certainly has no directions for these paper on the HALE, as a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit

with five of the passengers of the "tl/m'hip '! ]left the patriot's bosom .to feed] on' most tormenting I Congress gave his assent, and thereby bound as reference to subsequent vt, and( which for the ; great remedies are printed, of Court of Leon county, at the flection
.
in October
: I I the finest and all
". Central America I I quality, water marked. This
\ldla8 wreckedou the lilth doubt." The It is well the Executive as the Legislative above
J mystery it 1,1-ld now clearly departments reasons given, cannot ]have reference. But next

!f inst. The vessel is a total 1.F5 together with the domon'-trated. that even the rejection of Kansas ai a of the Government ; for it wile remarked, that it this resolution docs require the people In the formation water mark cannot be counterfeited excepting at an

treasure and mail She 1 had five j I immense expense and as it is not the means Uzr \E
likely
hundred.passen Slave State not excludes the idea of arc requesteel to announce Col.
but
does not present an issue upon which only }legislation, guarantees of their Constitution to net through the legally
on board, (If horn the brig Marine, of Boston to the the I or plO plcts of success of the counterfeit would justify S. B. STEPHENS as a candidate for
gers be re-election
we can uiiiled! Another cliijunutt be knocked} j people most perfect frc.ol of action and fairly c\pre ,(.l will of a majority. Now has to
saved from forty to fifty, and the bark Ellen Eloise authorizes them I this, we think the public tnay rely upon this as the office of Solicitor of the MiddU
from her shoulder, before the South can be brought : : to regulate their own institutions such h'galllnJ fair action been secured ? for if it Circuit at the

sOle fifty others. The names of those who arrived] I up to the po'iut resistance Another .cn- i!,I j in their own way, subject to the whims or caprices hn", then the Democratic party: stand as stronjrly I! a mark of genuineness. Tho water mark can be election in October next.

at this port are II. II. Child* of New York, Jabe.Howos i tion of the California! j is to be ; of no body but and accountable the distinctly seen by holding the direction up to tile .
: ttciitdlt" enacted, j thcII'eHl pledged to admi"sion of Kansas: with her Constitution ; I Ozi- WE are authorized to
light, and read follows announce C.
and Adolph Frederick, of San Francisco, j and that too by the aid t-f the old! stock actors of |i to 11 power but the Constitution of the United II formed us docs the of the United as :
-
Congress I D K. 31 ; A. BRYAN as a candidate for re-elcition! to the
LANE'SCilebrated office
and Sam. W. Locke. and B. IL Hdle. of Main I I5ASSAH 1851 The old :11IJ bell of Ib5>, has again giv. ': States. States. I will not rely I I
upon myself to show and Liver Pill of Clerk of Leon Circuit Court, at the election in Oc.
the above 11't 18.-Ienr)' Chid", one of en ('"t its portentous tones-the cry of "Tire!" j I The Democratic) party in C.m\eI1iol at Cincinnati that the requirements of the Democratic party hare I FIK.TirXG Vermifuge BROS.' Proprietors. t: tiber n -xf.CO" .

passengers named, Ulkcr t-tau-mont ae Fire !" is again sounded} in our ears. The" iiicen. I,I in 1856, specially adopted this. legislation I> a I been fully nut, amid. that KIUJSIS; without a submission 4 --- S .I

follows : diaries" are again prowling in our (streets. --the j' part of their platform of princlh'! nominated Mr. I of her Constitution, will be in condition toclaimndmisMon I : WE are authorize! to announce D.

Central America left Ia\Dnl on Tuesday &th, ".a.itators" are again at work, .to disturb the liar- ,!. Buchanan as their candidate and placed themselves I at the hanil. of that party. Tor ARRIVAL x<=33? S OF TilE \V.G\VYNN as a candidate for re-elcotion to time

with delightful weather, which had been the eaicI I nwne. our political DdtnThe! terrible .Fire- before the country for its npproval This; questioneiueiexi this purpose I will present the sIr,1n..nt nf \1r II' office Judge Probate (>[ Leon county, at the
--- -Z'--"*-*- --.0 .4" ... ... Q 3 intent on '- '
again into
the pioiiimeiftiy
ourning ueuuti ( .
up everywhere.At Budimi minim of a very recent date, who should election in October next.
breeze sprang up, and on the next morning amounted fill of i the North 1I11.14'rI I INDIAN.
temple: our glorious Union ; and they nm"t it was denounced as intended to en- stand] the requirements as well of ;

to a gale, which and continued to increase throughout I I be closely watched by the jwlitiealpolice, who have large the area of slavery. At the South it was av his party platform. In tl..ing1'o I Congress shall italicise as of a QLEDEC, Sept. 19.-The Montreal Ocean Steamship I Ozr MK. EDITOR :-Do us the favor to an-

Wednessday. .ror part of the time lCCIIPU'j atttned to IheiriH-hes its exclusive guardianship !i Killed as I'Yl'uiticalan.l[ di-honest, nnd intended few words by way of calling attention nion I Company's screw steamer Indian. Capt. Thos. nominee in your next issue,for tie offie of Sheriff for the
nied particularly I
with -
heavy rain. On Thursday .Time hot and fiery spirits who to make I Jones, ha* arrived with Liverpool date to : of Leon
are ever busy in thl I '. (. The men of the party to them. $Ir. Ijuehanan; stirs But when 9th. 'It. I county at the ensuing election in October
-
ch.1bN loa This nuirieaix, nrui the ee'lu l'oIng I work of agitation" have ngiiin ruied their headsand /" i I everywhere, in the papers, and on the stump, deI :i the people, the bunajio residents of iicli Tirritoryprofcfd (__ I next Mr. RICHARD SATIXDERS.j .

nr high. Morm continued, and on Friday] mutt be and ; nounced these commercial. j 3IANY
they "firmly sternly nbukcd! f I IThis interpretations as fahe) and ridiculous frame State Con.-titution I, The sales of Cotton VOTERS.
l/icn it is for
about 11 m., it was made known their three day reach mOnO>
a sustained ]leak to passcntrersthat development i id the work of a writer in the i null assured} the party that the act and the right to decide] the important question for them. J! bales-of which} speculator] took ::5,000 and expor-i| Oz- .Mil. EDITOR :-Do us the favor to

theeselind l wMel threatened llori.ial& Journal of the 12th inst., over the tig- I platform] meant one and the same thing and that selves whether will |j ters 1,000 bales. The newspapers icport the mar I
fill timer continue, modify abolish announce in next issue for
to or your election for
rapidlAll the
hand. were put to thepumps nature of""Lucius who the I ket generally unchanged, but
not only sustains Governor I question of slavery sbmsld} \be settled the buoyant.
in relief : by t-lan'ry. To tfnin, and fa them alone does this I Richardson office of Tax Assessor nod
partieand, for awhile, gained sofar Walker's Kansas its of the I Spcnce & Co., report an advance in Collector for the co uty
to
fullest without
as to allow rekindling of fire in lie room policy extent, but people Tt-rritory /n)foreign interference I question; beltiu-r.yirr.f't'lJ& all foreign in terfrciirc." I Cotton of l-16th to d. of Leon, at the ensuing October election, ilr. L. C.
,
which had been quenched by the] water. "lJw-"hu1 I assurances, the I "In the opinion of 1 lie Territorial ]legislature of I stcr advices fa\orabl. DEMILLY. Respectfully,
n correct exponent of the sentiments of any respectable Democratic party was sustained: -their candidate Kansas the time i (
had SECOND
This ] arrived for entering the Union Disi-ATe-u.)
gain was soon ot, and the firch MANY VOTERS.
again extinguished. portion'>f the people of Florida, then indeedis elected and 1 majority of his party friends have and they accordingly law General Intelligence.
The work pui-eed a to elect delegates -
j bailing went on over theship it high time that the .Southern Rights" men of now licen returned to each House of ( re! fur the purpose of framing a State Constitution. It is rumored that Mazzini is organizing another Ozr; K arc authorized and requested to

t throughout Friday evening and night-the all parties ]begin to burnish their The time ]has arrived when Italian revolution.
the
political of the
men announce LEMUEL
: armor : country :. This law and JONES, as a candidate for Tax
and was/air just in its i .
passengers crew keeping good and provi[ <>ns.It Nothing later from India.
hearts,
hoping that with daylight] they would] speak for the coming fight ; and Cato" ".i el'el himself expect those pledges to be r.dtenwl1 Kansas conferred the right suffrage on e'l'r,071" flue If Lord Elgin fails to get sufficient satisfaction, Assessor and Collector of Leon county, at the Election -

(ore to have done the State home ice in thus is preparing to knock at the in
of
VtSaC'L !Cn .1oeo Congress for inhabitant of the Territory, and for the purpose of France and England will make a combined attack October next.

contributing to Mimatk the the admission, and the Governor of that Territory, who on China.
About 2 PQiol,1 enemy preventing fraud and the intrusion of citizens of
p. Saturday, the storm abated and The
m Circumstances beyond is an of Mr. Spanish government has ordered
lii Ca appointee Buchanan, and a distinguished a suspension .
a calm and thus continued the ( near or remote States, most propc'rliconfined thisright of propositions in relation :e1u bcrtiscntciifs.
of "to
and ner them for the work of At 4 party to those whohalresidedthcrein threemonths ico. The question will be settled by the arbitra-

m., a &aiLjras announced and the bailing. p. with respect to his previous strictures on tervened''in a manner mot distasteful to a nrgc previous to the election. Here a fair opportunitj"'full tion of England and France

iKd displayed colors, st steawlJl. ftdriglals This Gov. Walker and his policy in Kan HI P. But it ie a majority of the Southern people, and a!I shall at' presented for all the qualified residmt citizens The Bullion in the Bank of France has increased To the Ladies of Tallahassee. -

mater of minor importance whether or not injus- tf-mpt to show, in violation of the letter and spirit of the 1,600,000 during the month.
proved t be the brig Marine of Boston,which came Territory, to whatever organization they The underwriters for the Atlantic cable have .
tice ]has been done Governor Walker, and not worthy of the law, and of his party pledge, ?. Of this the set-
up and spoke to us to receive our reports, and then to be in this South have with : might have previously belonged, to participate in tled all losses by agreement MRS.l E. DAVIS, through time kindness of whole
coni-idered connection ,
laid off a mile. The steamship had but three boats i until we great unanimity, complained, and the election, and to express their opinions the ballot Further market Reports. and fashionable establishments in Charles

shall have fully understood each other with regard reminded the Prt and the country, that this box the BRCAPSTCFFS. The better ton,has been enabled to replace the well selected
-
left, into which all the women and children I IImt on question slarery. But numbers of :.qualities of flour ]have
and trancferred the were I I to the controlling and only practical (question likely is not a proper discharge of party pledge-on the lawless men still continued to resist the improved in price 6d. to Is.; Wheat is Id. to 2J. stock of Bonnets. Ribbons, ta, da, which she lost on
to !
brig. Later in the regular Territorial board of
the
evening to grow out of the adoption of that policy. Thequcstiomi subject of Nem-iiitervuilioii." While the higher; Corn quiet; Rosin dull, with little inquiry ; Steamship Southerner in the awful gala
country
another sail was seen faot approaching.Capt. .- to -which I i in, thepvtsftle is awaiting the decision of the President and Government. They refused either to beregistered Spirits Turpentine 3 Tmu. 6d.; Rice buoyant.Further encountered upon a recent voyage from New York
Herndon nlu.e rejection before or to vote and the to Savaan ih. Her stock of
reported condition to and members of the Convention fancy goods will be received -
i Isk.Jto j by Congress!of the application of Kansas for admission his views }have been communicated and
lay aside. A favoiable answer we are startled were elected, legally and properly without by the Indian. opened for inspection by Friday next,
wa returned]
-but instead of ilt.) the confederacy upon the basis of a by the assurance of your (orre"pon'delt" Lucius," their intervention. NEW YORK, Sept 21.-Spanish advices say that] when she will with pleasure wait upon her customer

of approaching the vessel], }pas!cd out i I! pro-clavtry con ilution, which shall not have been that this is all a mitakl that there has been no jJTprp Mr. Buchanan shows Mexico has accepted the proposition for a settlement September 26. 1857.Keir ._39_
fcight.
distinctly his understanding of the difficulties
i between the
: two
submitted for after ratification siiatin-4hjnt I countries.
or if "submitted the Governor has been
At 'p. m., it wa found the etcaraer could not referred discharging i i of the whole matter. He declares that the The sale of the Church property in Mexico has & Coles,
only t the 1c'gi.t'I'edotcr, and not to i his duty nothing more ; and that the i fo bean recognized at Rome.
hold out much longer, as a heavy sea then JitculJ' question of slavery is to be settled when they HAVE re-opened for the season their business of
FW'Itovr the whole P ollc", as required by (;o'ruol'rlk to be found in t the that do Prussia legalizes the of the
< we not understand equality different
her for the time. Life flc proceed frame" constitution, and in doing this re Storage, and Selling Cotton, and will
frt prefern'r" were er in hi' Topeka (' i. If should the legislation of the ligious denominations. make liberal advances
distributed. rockets fired nnd after the vt-rsel cr Congress rejectthe coui.try upon this subject, that work, the people (if the Territory are to be free on Cotton consigned to their

went down ron al,1/1 iijKrti iliA gtmJI" Lucus" pri- the law i ib nghiu'-t us-that it never was designed from all Further of tho cere.
interference. TVreclf
leaving at mercy of the waves from foreign No distinction ro- of tho Central September 26, 1857. 39 *
tf and sustain that actionThis is by Congress, or the Democratic America.
four hundred to four hundred and fifty /ac.l lalct07 party that Presidents cognized between the Executive nail Congressional
rsna.- only practical question growing out of the controversy and Governors Judges and and AUGUSTA, Sept. 21.-Senators Gwinn and Erode-
The sea was then calm, all : Seer.tall departments of the Government. No rick of From New York
we kept intermeddling California
ant together, and id alone worthy to be considered by all the high officers at Waohingtim elsewhere were not on board the Central ,
hind cheered each other as well a the stoutest could. privileges granted to Governor or Secretaries, America. The fore and aft schooner noticed PER BRIG REMINGTONCRUSHED ?
discussion near
We thus kept tgethe I think, for two or throe \-the air." on any other matters is only beat should be precluded from intervening. That no Judges or other officers. This is the true doctrine, the wreck, is supposed{ to have picked some of the /
ing When this is answered more was intended than the Sugar, Onions,
question we establishment of tha" passengers. Engineer
Lour and Ashley publishes card ia i
all comes a
*
nearly being preserved quite as near rebuking" Lucius" as it Loaf "
so long \J
Rio
except} 'chall then have an issue, worthy the steel of Roman [, of "Non-intervention b the New York Herald, in which he gives the Coffee
principle Congress. names
those wLo could not swim at alL Exhaustion then : -docs the fiery t-pirits" of the South. of one hundred and Powdered Java ,
?
Knight seventy-three
: Lego to vercome one after another, and I saw P. Now I do not suppose that your correspondent, But this is not nil. Mr. Buchanan not only] states Four hundred and nineteen are missing.passengers sdved. Bee Hive Syrup, Starch,
That this issue ]pressed the next Congress een if he is not a member of the Democratic Dried Apples,
Soap,
them going down around me. At I a. m..Satur I t wile upon party. the general principle correctly] but he enlarges -
is now placed alniwfct] beyond a rational would advise it to act upon Lou of the Rice, Pepper,
with and Twill Steamer
Jay morning I was nearly] alone] -could ]hear shouts doubt duplicity, it, and applies it specially to Kansas. lIe declares Norfolk. While Beans, Ginger,
Recent reliable] Tho Northern
of a few survivars, but could see none. About 2 intelligence from the Territory, therefore suppose a case for his beneft Suppose that the law authorizing the election of delegates the logs uftime papers contain the particular of Fulton Market Beef Alspice,
clearly] il.cn the determination of the Constitutional Mr. Buchanan, after accepting nominationand steamship Norfolk, wl vchin the late
A. in., a* I reckoned, WKn 1e"81 at a distance of a frame ft constitution ins fair and Just, that gale, was lost in Chesapeake Bay, while on her Saleratia, Sweat Oil,
Convention to disregard the dictation of the endorsing platform of at Soda, Candles
principles Sperm
mile or less, took fresh and towards adopted it conferred the right suffrage bona passage from Philadelphia] to Norfolk. The searn
swam
courage Governor, and to limit the reference of the Cincinnati, had written upon every Pot Ash, Adamantine Candles
a letter to er, on which there
some prominent was a valuable
it-reached it in Constitution fide inhabitant of the freight and a
efforts of exhaustion that
it
and Territory, fair Maccaront Green
11 was gave a Peas
alone to the \oter: who had registered their free soil parties North, or for their use, giving as large number of passengers, went to pieces in the ,
drawn up by ropes. It was a bark, I i opportunity for every qualified resident citizen of storm. The Mace Asparagus,
lorwegian in obedience to the his opinion that the passengers and crew having taken to
name previous act of the Legislation of
Leg Congress settled] Pickles assorted Tomatoes
from Balize for the ,
I found Territory to his the boats
Falmoutli. Me
on board three islature. the express opinion at ballot box were picked up by the steamers Joseph
question against future "intervention Yeast Powder, Current
.1 uiy survivors, h,1 Congress on the subject ofslavcni, and declares those who n"hitand\ Caledonia and InlrAM nec, P1.H".1.rnItA Jelly,.
COla ana tieiorc refused '
9o"cock For matter of reference, pot be out of but not by Executive Judicial Among the : Matebee. Lobsters.
the or and
Mr. Mrs. and the
we bad forty-nine of them in all i wU departments to passengers were
which with of this
are all I I comply thd provisions act, as ALSOA
two Mis -
Jcnow have been place t insrt here an extract from the Topekn ad- of the G'ernment.; that there] was nothing lawless CArrKtLS. Many of our readers will rc- I -

place, and t in anxiuns rescued. We kept near the dres of Go,'. Walker, delivered by him on the 9th in the !legislation of 1850 or 1854, nor in the Democratic men. Now, and in open rebellion gainst the Government. .membcr them and be gratified to learn of their general assortment of Tea,-
until I submit safety.
watching
we believed that ilr. Buclirtnti.1, the
of June and -11.10-
which fully embodies his doctrines platform of 1836 to
the
had been Executivefrom .
prevent Democratic
alU'ing picked up, then made sail i President bl'ingjudge the .
.
the bark ano with regard to a submission of the Constitution to wielding the whole of his requirementsas An extensive'assortnlT1 of M*jft( CANDY.
"bor of and the power department, well of the organic law "Six feet in his boots
of the
as I"
pro'ibons
being creW democratic exclaimed
the people for ratification. It is i follows to control the Mrs. Parting- For sale by J. 1 IERRY.
living on : c My question of slavery] (In Kansas or dle.. ton. What will 11.
wo lave
; found I little tea and coffee platform been complied with, and that the the importance of this world Sept. 26. 1867.
is this
opinion : that in the future when the constitution where-that on this subject a most potent influence come to, I wonder ? _3D .
Convention now, or soon to bo in session in Why, they might just as well 5
:
elso.At shall be submitted to the vote of the citizens could be wielded, in the appointment of Governor Kansas, tell me that the man had six heads in his hat !I"
noon OB Suuday \a will From New
we the American speak through the York
spoke bark legally aud .
of Kansa
it "hJ] be submitted the vote of .the furnishing troopsgiving him the distribution fairly expressed ,
t
five'hc!uple.provisions, but took on board the whole people. /do not mean those who are now the Government patrongagc, and aiding bUn, all of will of a majority of actual resident." A VALUABLE FAMILY MEDICINE. PER BRIG
by
B.8livo IL brought to this city, whose uamcs istered U7 the territorial laa. Ida not mean "Cf" the power and appliances of the at Having already extended this article beyond W80 celebrated bu Dr. M'Lane's VermUUg,prepared ( TARD Brandy, //fl H American Brandy

re, Ridley, Mn; Jabez Howe, San Fran- who were residing here on the I 311L of March last ; that in case of his Gorerntpent .reasonable limits, I must ask permission continue by Fleming Bros.,-of Pittsburgh, Pa., become, that It 'Is regarded _./ Apple _Peach

OBOO; 8m W. Le Maine; Adolphns Freder- I tire whole ; Washington electonhe'*hpulef tho subject in a future number when I u the only specific cure tor worms. Families should Malaga Wine, Old "FW Mormon.
lu man people of Jftuuat; not only c such intervention and will treat never be without a of It.
lek San FrDi M, and II. U. Childs, New York. erc feel that it was nev the.three supply At this season particularly, Madeira gabala Whiskey,
The Norwegian bark set th0t who al'eere note, but those who mill b. here violation of the letter or spirit, either of the legislation .remaining points noticed.Respectfully wben wormier, so troublesome and frequently fatal among Sherry Jamaica Rum,
sail for
Car tn, or the next fall ,." ] of EMILLIUS. children, parents should! be watchful; and Teneriffe Holland
first with the rcat of (t'u' resitn4t Coupled] with the an Congress, or of the democratic platform of on the rt ap. Gin
pearance those
S pr sun The names nouncement pf thoa sentiments, he .declared it to upon which he was nominated. I would their distressing symptoms which warn us of American Rum, American Gin,
ask
of th0 can now recall are .Lu Lwtoif pretence, at once apply thU powerful Scotch Ale Ia
and
Jure Jugs.
of efficacious
Badger, Bal be his IN DROI-ST.
Cpt opinion that -Lemons
Cngl'cls ought not to admit cius" whether euch a letter would have beeq de are recommended remedy. We are confident that It
; Frazier; end officer of not for only require! a trial, to .
tore the
steamship Kansas: Qn other terms and nounced dropiy in a Russian medical convince all that It -ALSO20 -
any epenly avowed his by Jhe honest democracy of the Worth who journal, and richly merits the praises that bare been
Cer.trlAmtrca; E F. Brown. Sacramento readiness and .'are said to be beneficial in larUhed upon It It Is safe Baskets H idsic*
; determination the and Champaign
A t join in resisting herapphieal3on participated in that ]legislation! and that ? most hopeless cases. infallible. Volumes) of cer .
platform
Billy San Francisco L The tlficate be 10 1 M Terr best
Easton first can produced Segars.
Berc ; San ,
> day one lemon showing its
A unices the great medical
Whether tirtUH'pro
CopititytLon should be it.would not have excited the indignation was given, after taking For sale
by
1 R. H BERRY.8epL26,185'T. .
; -Fletcher, Augutta Jlaiaj. the peel off and Purchasers wlU be .
Ten refused of the whole cutting it into careful to ask for DE. hIL'LAN -
South small
?
Not only the I up pieces, in 89
: dckh CELEBRATED
S &Dd and two galley hand are also What "Lucius" In ';b'ut; ferYlpirlt. sugar; the two following VERMIFUGE, manufactured by"Fiasiiso
reference three
indudt gays to the day
senticjenta mild were given, Bos.
the fitUbvrff\& Pa.
L sd children amabe and-conservativ All other .
t te ((1)), whose in forgvJn and afterward Vermifuges In eomparl..on
.
were th
110thf ? DOe be adopt them, andii kt ., would eighteen every day. For nourishment are worthies Dr. Water.
w. : : Three prepared to .'plrt h fJlm if I am not mistaken, M'Lana's genuine Vennlloge, alto Congress *

',." ptbed. men"0 from .Js>ag. ,I, I join tkt ,Governor in fits tireeenedjjaitjonF An the .*ndt unworthy. apd tb* party iwindled. meat was given. In every ease the water hIs. celebrated Llrtr Fill,can now be had at all respectable A FRm'upplJ'Sept. received, and fur uhie by
1" : same off the seventh \1J18toru. A'om '
.; f..9. ,' .. '. day. gtnulitt vithe-ut t\t tfgnaturt tf AME8LIVELt,
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NEW S"'ORE-l\'E"-- ladies Dress Goods. STATE SEMINARY AXULLA mON WORKS John Bull's Compound United States Mail linorkoii .

DANHHEIHEE T ,ATEST Fall and Winter rtJIp) of Dew and* beau. ...".
WEEEB & tiful Side Stripe nod Bayadere" Rob of Silk, Ne lor"t 1'la. FLUID EXTRACT -

FI3EGHAUT TAILORS Poplins and DeLame Trimmings, Lac s. Embroide- AT TASSE RS'4PA RTLLA NEW ORLEANS: TO KET' IVESTLVTERXEDIA'lEFRORtDA
Of'9 SA
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nea,Ac,just received by -
This Eitablishmeat is Now Under Full Blast ; .. -tYD
ASD CEAtrnS IN BODUKIS, SCOTT ct rOOl.E. rPHE o announce with Combining all the meiticnl tir.nes of Burdock,Yellow PORTS

/: f A D Y-XADE CLOTHING Sept. 19, 1857.PLANTATION. 83 JL pleasure, that, wth the aid of the,liberal appropriation ....- Dock Dandi-hou pure Hondnra ifcrrsapanlla, and : ,

J 1)GUiEMENS' of. the City of Tallahassee, the have .stb SINCE the death of Mr.Pond Mr. GEO. S. KING Wild Cherry Bark, is the most potent Blwnl Purifier !. 'I cujrmurrts WITH T113STEA'JIER .

GOODS. FOR SALE. l@lJed tlii institution upon a permanent bai anc charge; all communications, therefore in the known world! For the cure of Scrofula Rheu I ISABEL

i FURNISHING subscriber upon a plan contemplating extensive enlarement relative to work, Ac should be addressed to him. matism. Gout, Dropsy, and all Chionitf DiVases it
= THE offers for sale a desirable and ral- With the co operation of their fellow All work coming under the bead of this business baa no equal. FUR HATAN4 AND CUlKtErrOff AT KtT WXIT.

at e riailtat'on' > situated one mile from Mont.eelIo future sale of Seminary Lands. they hope to be able will be and _ _ .. ..
n"n$: SmSCRlBERS are now opening promptly, mechanically neatly executedat
I Fl:1. consisting of 1003 acres of laud 400 of tory out the design of the LfeisbAture, as made A Medicine to be handed down to at u llts-
J. ti,.' M CM e next to Mt! sr*. O.. J. Megm- 11 which are in cultivation ; as moderate a charge as price of labor Ac, will I notterity THE SOUTHERN
elfct.i Stock of Fall and l W niter and under good fence, the known in the Act of 1851 in building! up an Insttu. justify. tiny to the human family.

n'',c. ;3.T"uhlc.-.1 1 f'rCEfl'JSJE.VS' balance well wooded, and watered by spring branches, I tion that will be both a blessing and an : This Establishment is not kept for the r Steamship CompanyOF
G :. tbe improvements are good, a good dwelling Louse the State. In the selection of, Teachers, they have making : to up purposeof Great Internal & External
( dear
WEAK money srange say ) as bought
negro houses Gin house screw and other out buildings had regard t the moral as well as the intellectual experience has demonslrjted to it R.EJlWEDY NEW JimilllPllllV. ORLEANS:
me, cannot be done ,
(M# is fffi .!put -f French and English Cloths] Oaseiiiti and the location is favorably situated for health. training of the pupil au-d hence have soug1 oat men in this region nt this branch of business-but for the DR. JOHN BV L'S KING of PAIN taken the mail contract fur above port..

,;n.> \..Ui!%;> ('f r'e'; lutest tie and beef qual- Any persons wishing to purchase, will please call} of thorough education, long experience. established benefit of the unfurtunate, who have Engines wit* HAVING tyro rat clan Sea Steamers regularly
h.ippeu to
diseases to
make order) innw. J and see for themselves. I* warranted to cure too following :-
itv. which l'iv'! aie jTCparcd to up to reputation fn.llligh moral character. They are wir- and such like to repair. twice a month meeting hi tle Spafthh Hole ou. tit;
Weak Stomach.
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knian: Jilce .nod fa tiouablo auDer, and on UFAos !, TERMS One-half cash the balance in two or i anted. iu saying, that thorough and syptemnt5io'ia- I Cl-olcra, Bowel Complaints, Dysentary, 15th and 29tb and leaving die unie evening.
i iRE more The Patterns, Stork, M MuIrY. Tt !*. Ac., Gcnctt Debility, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia,
r-n TEI.MJI A1s. JTd l>linont of j ears-interest pavanV HlJn' :I.. Ftruction xvill be given in every department of theSemitrnrv. leiny I
Large in Order and Clillstnd Rheumatism in its worst form. THE STEAMER SPR-A Y"will
Good Condition Fever, severe
EMILY
nY-'fADE CLOTHING J CLARK, Extr'x. Spl.ilpaius will be taken in the
Montieeilo! Sept. 19. 1857. 38 pariitory department; the Tutor in which will be pre.under Jobs can le l tr1.td Out vitA Burns. Asthma, Ptbisic, Bruise Sores, Want of leave New Port in the morning, atfcfSt. ii.sh
tjwKaJ: "f Tin1act! all
<',.:. F'Kr CKSMmere, Biivs (ss Coat Black andO.Air I! Public discipline!i will be strict super, though tot harsh, and pupils Shafting, Pullies, Plumber Boxes, Hangings for Cholic, Head and Toothache Coughs. Cold, Cancer, taking mail, passengers Baggage and freigEOo and

. 1H-X"n und Cas-sim'Cio Pf?is, Figured Granidiueaa I TREASURY Evil, Scarlet Fever, and all Pains and fAches,in train.
OFFICE. Stop Cocks
|t Seminary as WE'l as in it. Parents will be furnishedwith Gauge Cocks Grate Bars, Plow Castings,
: ..11"ncSilk- and Cassimete \ Ci\ts. j TALLAHASSEE:, September 14th 1357. j) monthly reports, that they may watch the progress Sugar Rollers. Circular and Upright Saw Mill and whatever form they may appear. This medicine has Tbe travelling public can now real asanred that thi,

.ALSO- i I HM1E money having been provided for the payment of their sons, and co-operate with their Teachers. Gmt Millearing, Circular and Upright Saws, Ac, been before the public about three years and has relieved long desired and frequently attempted communication

Jof the sitbfittance and forage claims ot 185G, &c., Ac, Generally kept on Hand or got on Short more suffering in that time than all other simi to and from the above ports it in ouch bands ft
of black and feiik; cravats up
A :11.1 assrtitment : fancy under they will be paid upon the Comptrollers rants at The facultv. rf the Institution will consist of Notice. In Fact Here ie the Place for all that Want lar preparations combined. For sale at Da. JOBS to warrant permanency and success. .
:n iw*, i lItilt! m;i-ino. s:1knnd cotton f-huts the State Work in this Line BULL'S Sarsaparilla Depot, in Louisville and New slave servants most to
tc, Treasury as soon as tbeyare examined; and I Rev. D. McNEIL TURN hR A. M, Ma- Done up Right and with Dispatch. Passengers having see
<-V.ir ThvBliscribrrs: ?. X-kF. 141I.t.1.; new beginners and not enlireJs reported by Col. H. Archer Jr., Quarter Master Gen 1 I theI tis. Mental and Moral Science.Mr. Prelldeut. Having some hAlt a dozen Engines myself constant York. clearing them at the Custom House, before going ou

the are and eral. Persons holding such claims against, the State, I A L. O' RnN. A. M., Latin and Greek Languages ly running, caused the Establishment to be erectedthe Dr. John Ball'sCompound board.fgT.
f Js' rnknown; t-i community: they pledgetlwmMMV will forwatd them for such examination and report.C. and Literature same cause must keep it up. Therefore, you can : Also look after your Baggage yoursef'For !
who f:1..ort
Sitisfnction all
*-* to jive to may H. AUSTIN. State Treasurer Rev. JOHN C. LONG, A. M., Ei.glith. Literature and always rely on having work done at tbe Pectorial of Wild Cherry, certain cure further particulars.Apply to
t thea with their patronage. for Coughs, Colds and all diseases of the Throat and
The Florida Natural Science.Mr. DANIEL LADD
J. WEBER *% Sentinel,Tampa Peninsular, Madison WAKULLA IRON WORKS. Agent. ,

1 L. DANNHEIMER., i Messenger, Alligator Advertiser and Jacksonville W. W. WOODWARD, Tutor .Preparatory De- Lungs.Sold by AMES & LIVELY, Tallahassee. New Port, Fla July 11,1857. 23'
News, will publish the above three times and
pal But Here Comes the Xext Offices Louisville and New York.
Principal
1S57. 3&-tf ; forward their tmentJATlS Important Thing. -
Se.t. ?C. accounts to the Treasurer.Sept. : .
OP TUITION '
PEE
__ I i 19, 1857. S-3t English Department . .QUAUTEtt. . :?6 25 PAY PAY PAY June 27, 67. 26TALLAHASSEE NEW BOOKS

Plantation, Negroes, &c., I Classical and lathcmaticll. .. 10 00 You will send to New York Philadelphia and Baltimore !- JUST RECEIVED liJ

I Notice.ALL No pupil will be '! n.Citp without a certificate and have work doue, without for a moment

i FOltLE IX FLORIDA. persons are hereby notified not to trade for a from Mr. ,1 L Dcmilly', Treasurer, that h's.. dreaming of credit. but here at home, where there are FemaleSeminary."f'HE NEW BOOKS & NOVELS-V!
SUBSCRIBER (less( for sale his wcl known tuition has been pai, no Banks DORE-A Stroller in Enrope;
E or Banking facilities
; given by me payable to James Peeler, and or surplus capital, you
rl"Jt: iNM
?!.- .f L.Af l.-ekt.n fix miles from TallalHSoee, Dollars, which note is secured by Mortgnge on Real advantages ofpred-with good boarding on terms.as to ride from 50 to 500 miles for pay, and proba. X mence on MONDAY the fifth October, 857, DR. KANE'S Arctic Expedition;

<;.,n!ihi-i! ; I-V( > acn-F. more or less, 750 of which} are Estate. The consideration for which the said note rea vicinity of similar Institutions bly ultimately expend from 10 to 25 per cent of under the charge JOHN A. GRANT and LADY. MEMOIR of S.S.PrenUs3, Speeches. fcc.;

i'i a Jiue tate cultivatim:, ((400 leeent'.y: cleared)- I was given having failed: I will not pay the pain.: until at the South-with the well established character of amount in collecting I Is this rutbt! Is this encouraging Impressed with a deep sense of the responsibility THE DAYS of my life-rA .novel by the

tWlMiin( '< vscflk-i't! wu Id land, well timbered and compelled by law. D. 1' HOLLAND.Q th." City fur' thp ngreeableness III 1.Iltlhe1: of Home Industry If so, can you be surprised u.I;-.1 ->I*'ra'orili Institution.% avwl i;mTvvtaj desire .DfuiArlaJcinjx expucily i to author lomrmKr of Margaret. .and.., Zaidee ;

wit WHttre1.Tfcf I >:incy. '57. its cilltc. the B" tid confidently ofiVr the Seminary that it does not thrive'Arrangements ARTISTS WIFE-A novel
Sept. ((16.) 19. S8-3w state, that their chief object nnd that to which their ;
are a comf.otaWe and well built '- to support of the public. must he made fur payment before
iaII.r.tHtnt'ut. I VASCONSELOS new nevtl
PUPILS
I the
devoted is to
.I-*,. i'I.:: with verandah's in the fiont and rear, and For Sale. The Session will commence on the first day of Oc- delivery of work through some House in this place, earnest efforts confided will bf them,sound give and complete bv Simme; &c.. Ac.'McDOUGALL .
.., Uti lanrc upiiirht rooius.! well finished, and a I t t"I'r l ne\t, and as new class.will hi organized, at St. Marker or Tallahassee-that is far enough from who may be to & HOBBY.
:41US its dIStinctive
f the of
closete dres- *) BALES good Northern per'Baik that time it is that those who intend home. education-sound in reference to utility -
i ..:! {'fl'.h. !ke: wi.ie. bcsidesj paotjies C\\ Hay. H. L. very inK.itant; | and the adaptation July 4, '57. 27
>i.'i.*. k".; the kitchen and laundry arc attachedt I Rutgers. U enter as pupil*,,should enter then. You may be good but we cannot run after our branches complete aa regards -
v?! t stations
.... .tt-oiihi; t>v a c."vered way ; a large aud sub-- 20 Bbls. fresh Irish Potatoes, just received per I By order of the Board uf Education.D hard earnings in this Department. Besides, 'a Len of the entire course destined.to the particular Their endeavorwill
be
0" '-.I 4jfl.h.USe) a giNt mill and colton screw, Scbr. Wild Pigeon. W. GWYNN: Secretary. Labor is credited out parties try bard to make them to which Pupils may and valueless exhibition FOR SALE.

,. ac'ii 1-r "lie cover; a ten horse engine (por MeNAUGHT, ORMOND A C.. Tallahassee, Sept. b, 1 f 7. 3- t selves believe it is not half done, because thev owe be, not the shadowy Ot
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"I)
Newpoit Sept, 12, Ibo7. ---- ----- -------- superficial attainments,through over wrought memory OR 1200 iiiBUSHELS
HrS the gin and) gnst mill ; a sugar mill, 37 for it. 10
intellectual
but substantial proficiency, through
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cabins 'ci ilj', fcUlilep,carriflgej.y XOTICC. DANIEL LADD.
,
.J.< ]h..u o ii'-an t lTI:0IC.\I.
a the medium of an exercised understanding, cultivated of CORN and 4 orfiOOO
:] aud) .rk-bhop. a11..f the beet strucnare I : S Grass Seed. New Por )July 11, 1357. 28
t. PE'S C-) thought, and encouraged action of the reasoning fa- pounds of BACON, on
.' x,-..iI.1 t"IHliti"n-tL03 \\llll:>constituting one I wishing i Good S -ed can be sipji'i.-d 1 I 1 R. GORMAN. J. L. 1'ALMKK.: culties. Miccnsukle. Refer

.>...t ,K-orable and best: improved places i infli I quantity tin) desire for Ne- toMessrs.
any v may by appKing I Surgical Infirmary TERMS : G. & J. MEGINNISS.
with well Drs. GORMAN &
: T<.. place is well supplied I to the subscriber, .at *3 per peck or -10 I per"bushel.\ 27
PALMR 4 57.
"r if wntir o'' excellent quality, lx.-eides a large I will deliver them at Tall.hE-ee or Nevp..itau.lgive I' GROES. FOB. A sESSION Or TWENTY WEEKS: July .

near the! (! 1De. 1 Le l.ke rf which a beau- instructions J11ai.h HAVING ass.'iat.1 (' "nE undersigned having had Primary Department . .. . .. .$12 50
c *r. any they in regard to of )Iedil.illt and Surgery, offer their, 1 frequent applicationsto
mi %'ww a. o'ain-d: : from! the w-elhug. affords abun. ccdii-ff. '.J. T. SEEGAR.Qunicy I pi ofes i Tial serviced to the citizens Waukcenah receive patients fin various portions of the Second \' 1C 00 Savannah Medical College.

d: .11'e .-f llsh at all times auJ 'Ud fovx h in tbe win- Sept. 12. 1S57. 37-6\v and sunouii'linu country for the treatment of Surgical and Chronic COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT: k
i ciuutry. ANNUAL COURSE of LECTURES will
for
ler m...:l "-be.i-U-a: an cxcellcjit pasture a large Disease, and being convinced that an Institution 'IHIE
is Auu 15. 1857. C3ISINGEK'S First Grade Classes . 25 00 the first in November
of r.lneh this place ccuharlyiv. pedeI'm. on Monday
tin
st-ck, f : ? lairing 0A.3ELIXjl"I3S : founded upon proper basis and conducted in such a
Second 20 00 S
2ldaj'' '.- | SMITH informs her patrons and) the pub- SEWING manner as to prove conducive to the interest of pat next.
The above from its convenience to town, failr.ll.1. lie that the exercises of her School M ill b. rc rons, would be of public utility, have jointly opened ORNAMENTAL DEPARTMENT: : FACULTY:

10-1..15. g-HHl '.,cietv, A-c.; and from the excellence: of resumed on Monday, Oct. 5th, 1S57.Sept an Infirmary and are now ready to receive patients Drawing and Painting in Oil, Ac, per term. 10 00 R. D. ARNOLD, M. D.. Practice Medicine

the lauds *'l l l)clitk-, is valuable 12. 1S57.Florida. 27 I from any portion of the country.Oae Embroidery of all kin 10 00 P. M. KOLLOCK. M. D Obstetric

lVr- ns wtel,ii'g to purchase would do in\"Cstmcnt.-1) __ I of the best and most commodious houses has Wax Flowers or Fruit, (each). .*.. 13 00 W. G. BULLOCH. M. D, Surgery.
ATlhej'i-enilsrt. wLicb '111 hc shown been secured for the purposesnuaied en corner or MCSICAL DEPARTMENT, J. G. HOWARD. D, Anatomy.

Alas>-nin, IPV absence. Reports. 1 Price and Charlton streets, near the Sav'h Albany. A JURIAH HARRISS. M. D, Physiology
Und-.r the charge of Mr*. GRANT:
A L S 0Foi t in f volumes.McDOUGALL] I Gulf Il It Depot J. B. READ M.D. Materia Medica.

fa1eal.- CO NEGi'OIS-pitie rind teclimattd i COMPLETE) A HOBBY. Nurses ot the best character have been employed, Music on the Piano and Guitar, (each). 25 00 JOSEPH JONES. M. D, Chemistry.

also, the com and fodder of the growing Spt., 1 Si7. 3C I who will be under our immediate supervision Use Instruments. .4 500 J. J. WEST M. D, Demonstrator.

the; h'.iffs mules cattle, theep and hog"; the I I (that planters may be assured that their servants will I Among the apparatus is an Electrical Machine,one The Preliminary course of Lectures Kill commenceon

Tp..,u..chuM11.1 kitchen furniture the wagons and : Laws of Florida. receive ewry necessary attention. of the largest in America, attached to which are batteries the 19th October next. Clinical Lectures will he fl
: bbicksniJtli and carpenter's tools. and all the i j Being eonnectcl with the SAVANNAH MEDICAL ) sufficient to cause death. Also a Telescope by delivered regularly at the City Hospital. This Institution .

.a.t. belonging to the plantation.A I BOUND to 1S57. McDOUGALL & HOBBY. i COLLEGE, we naturally feel reat interest in which the mountains and valleys in the moon can be will accommodate over 100 pa icnt. For t
i IIl.t'mrts: .f husbaidry: 5, 1857. 36 the men of the, clad and! will during the winter
!
Z'i"lt' birjain will be'gjv.nto an approved pur- I j : young distinctly discerned ; and a Microscope of the astonishing further particulars addressJ.
,ria"rt- of which he :.CINES. operate upon INDIGENT WHITES from a distance i powei of magnifying a drop of vinegar to twen- G. HOWARD, Dean.
whole;
Urti-ed! fur;r th at private property sale until any the first Monday may in I II I Shoes Shoes '! I! ShoesJ"! I J|I IIA sale of the!b..tn above appointed the undersigned Spec Agent i is now for the before the class free of charge-they being required tv feet in diameter, thereby exhibiting animalculaa July 181857. 29-3m

,J.4Ir.\1' rest when) if not .(,IJ. all except the land, I l'IIE SUBSCRIBER residing at Moutieell.'. nr- ;I I pared! to fr.niish I them In, order. together with fulliaj I pre.I only to pay board.'I, E I M S : six feet in length, and the variety of forms in which
animal life in those invisible of
an, te'o.'ierei! on tbe prcmu-es at public outcry. I has ou bane a largo and general assi.rtnient j struetiorig fur tl.eir u-c'. One Maehine i is equal l to 8 appears department Opening of the Season.
Board ten dollars month. Medical attention crer.tion.
GEO. A. C'ROOM. c.f Negro Shoes, say Four Thousand Pairs, made .'f I 1 or I'J good Sprfn"IB.. and hind: (if Seeing i can per .
!. al and S'lrgic-il trill be charged at the The pupit arc received for no less a period than a
:;' tis operations regular
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S.;i'!. :r., lf-57. excellent material! manufactuied at home byVljite I I be done. One *r tw; of (' iarliuPI can be seen BONNETS
-. I Mechanics, which be is scum; to Planters and Merchants at an\ time bcalimg: on the uinj,-i6U'J at his ret-'i- rates of the eitv.. tension; unless by special d'greement.Payments -
W. U. BULLOCH M. D.JURIAH .
Notice.Ivrinid I Ir'HE at the very low price ,f $.5l> cU. per pair. deiicc in TallahafcMSijer'::"! fJazttte; [paper, devotd I HARRIS, M. D.I I : Head Dresses, French Flowers,

: MS nnt1: -? afterdate, ,\il!! pro.v I I.L Send your orders as soon as practicable. A s-irnple: tStxii: uil] b<* fuini-hi-d to any 1>mi :ip 1857. 38PLANTATION I It is desirable that PAYMENT of at least one- Rushes Ribbons

-,-..1m tI lii in.J::<:?e (f Probate Lan County, : of,. the SLoes may be seen at the etoie James Kirky !! !,,1j.iItin jrrntis. nheie the I'n-'cs ..f (tile Jlf..r"Ii L:_S..plIJ. half should be made in advance.. The necessities of Blond Edg-
= & Nephew! ic T llIIlL: ti-eir liwil siocounts "f ihf estate: of Alfred M. Gatbn. 1 l. FOR SALE. are as dispen-. ,
Wa-e.l.: nd! ak fur a discharge from tie ndajius-! :: I L. II \nCBURN.. |I .August; 8, 1657, 32 sible. Bonnets trimmed, IRI
tration of said estate.55AUAH. I Moutlctll: ", Sept. 1S57. 37-1m 1,I I WILL fell on I he first Monday in December August 20, 1867. 35-tf [Sent copy. MOURNING .
before the C..urt.hou5e door, in the city of 'nex"'l
Kilii.1TRBUTT 1 !
A. mTTe: 'X. Crape "
K. BETT'C 'N. ExlV. 1 WHO WANTS MOiEY--1' j jI T QUIINE] !'ias-tf, th<' Phiit-ition? In-longing to the estate Saw Mill &. Mill Site, Near Town Crap and Straw Bonnets trimmed.
.. J t Icceivt'.l, Qui.iue. James \\ Liu-head. TLia place j is four miles North of I
in right of Lid wif I White and Black frames
I I ;" Kraiicl, together with a great vaiiely ,
Tallaha, pp, on Lake Jucks'-n it containing twenty For Sale.
Sq) .6. 1857.D .'9-In I sooooo i f of pure Chemialf AMES d LIVELY. of Oak and I I Plain Straw S. -
I two(::,OOI) hundred acres best quality
MAY BE OBTAINED HY 1USKING 10 DOLLARS, |I August 8, 1S57. 3Don't Hickory hind, about one-half cleared and! under cultivation I rpjji MILL SITE togethcwith a new SAWMILL Hair Nsa polita ads.

SCHOOL NOTICE. 1 the balance in woods. The improvements _1_ complete ready for running withiu five Flat Bloomers Gipsies, Shaker Hood, Infant Lcgboin. -
Halves and Quarter Tickrls I
t Read This I miles of town known as tbe Muuson and more recent .Coburg, :. Ac.
R. and Miss AULD will r.pn a private Schoolat IN PRO T10S. goud.Cornfnrttlle I the Richard's Mills i is offered at Head Dresses unsurpassed for style and variety
and all oat houses ly : now a bargain.In -
Dwelling
I'l--ir' Resi knee ill)loDti'llll\, Monday, 2Sth I II 1 OH, necessary Ribbons of the most in
IOX'T exquisite
time is and designs great Variety
) Gin H'MI :5"pt'r.r..r. J.J.--[ ElL COUXTY ACADEMY. LOTTERY.ur ,, have just received from New Per I small for lime the black and white Rushes narrow medium and
; .,.. I \\TE Orlalq. house, and, Cabins to accommodate one hundred ne- a engine a dry affording
1 S'" Llt1i57. .v' AiTiiORiir of the STATE OF GEORGIA, fechi. Wm. B,. 1'dtii and Per ait trained and in good repair. Persons wish-tig: j very beet chance about Tallahasse for economically wide, Blond Edgings, Zephyr Lace and all other articles -

Havana Plan Sit.g'c Ntimbt-is. I Baik R. II. Gam1le. 1 large and well selected p-oes.to 'xanmie tLo place "iLl apply to Mr. G. M. Green | producing lumber. The pond being large and ei.tire- appertaiuing to thill\department of a Ladi(.

To be Sold at Private Sale. I STOCK OF GROCERIES. ou (the premises. Terms made known on the day of !) surrounded by a very good timber region, affords toilet. BUTLER A DENHAM.

t FIRST RATE SEAMSTRESS and ho- ;t' soratit :?.0GOO, TICKETS-S.2S6 PRIZES.tinrj 1 -ALSO- sale. I a very economical method of getting stock. next to March 14/ 7. 11

Aiiic.' to *:. .13.- \' a;ed l'9 cars. If not sold! befire the 1st I ',: i : Wines, Brandies, itc. JOHN pon
i Suups
January, she will"lie sold a: Pd.ic1: 'tinn For The Subsnibers are determined Cigars after this date to S-pt. 19. 1 '57. S-i-tdi_ [Sent_('1')._ I is nearer town by 2 or 3 miles than any mill site to Sea Island Cotton Gins.

further paniculara, inquire of H- BOND i Prizes Pavahle! Without Deduction. II, abnnduu the system seHing goods on CREDIT.Fur be fonud. FEW of" B LL'S LVFRO FED P4 TENT
1 I By calling on Mr.J. Richards (former owner) ou A
Sept 1 i', 857.. S ; ANDERSON & SON Manners: .C' .h Produce Spring and Summer Styles SEA ISLAND COTTON 0/AS"for sale bj
.I or Cmtnlry the lank Road, any further information can be had,
Successors to J. F. WIM the subscribers-deliverable at Tallahasse New
:R, Manager.Our I or
SHOP. Ii i! we will at any time be happy to serve our
BOOT & SHOE ; Lotteries draw Macon, Ga.(Small Schemes) I 1 with goods of erery deseripticn at I small advance HE SUBSCRIBERS have received by the last Sept. 5, 1837.University. 86 These GINS have given great satisfaction to- all

undwi-jned l has re opened a BOOT .4 cvei y Saturday,and iu Sa rannah,Ga.(Large Schemes) above New York and! New Orleans prices. If von arrivals from New York a full and elegant assortment who have heretofore had them. -

,1,. rl"HE SHOE SHOP corner of .Daval and "-1 about the 15th of every. ii.uth.CLtSS I i doubt ih. come and try us. at J. B. Gamble's Old of LADIES DRESS GOODS consisting I of Louisiana, McNAUGHT & ORMOND.

Jefferson Streets, and will be pleased to see r j Stand, Corner of Monroe. and Jefferson Streets.BROICA of an t'1I.JJtSrLI'Iety of the mist fashionable styles MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. Newport, August 8, 1857. 32

all hie old cuatomet again, and aa indhy others iw? CJ, J \ i. RHODES. of Paris Printed Organdies on plain and plaid cloths,
wil1ti.e him a call. J M. WAA3.SepL May 2: [7. 2ltfFUTON from plain to full chintz colored. S '- S Tallahassee Sash andElindF'A.cz'cxEL
J DRAWS OCT. lam, 1557, AT HE Annual Course Lectures in department
19, 16:;;. 23-U I Organdy robes, designs entirely new, 1
-- --_ A R M 0 It Y HALL SAVAVNAII, (h., FOUNDRY, '. Jawuct Co h U sPrinted will commence on MONDAY, November 16th. Y.

I F1a.rpH. Barege robes, designs entirely new.Grenadine 185'Laud will terminate in tbe ensuing March. undersigned adopta this method
Sicorn
Undtr the
GOODS. Superintendence of informing
NEW JAMES JONES, M. D, Professor of Practice Med- THE
W. R. Symons and J. M. Prentis, Ee'Js.f"1PITAL. ; UNDERSIGN beg leave to inform the robes, t-tripcd Brocade and China cine. public,that he has recomthelced the above
OUR STOCK of Merchandize by tbe Jt. JI Gai that they have associated themselves in Flounce, business in the city of Tallahassee, and would be
public J. L. RIDDELL. M D. Professor of Cbemistrv.
It now in store ready to be disposed ot- of60/0020,000' SI0.000. $5- busiu SF, the name ami style of Foulard silk Flounces. WARREN STONE, M., D. Professor of Surgery. pleased to receive the patronage of hi*friends. Shopat

The assortment is general, and unnecessary of qcci- 000. ?4000, ?WOO; 3 Prizes rt?1000, 5 of$j<:O. 100 (Tardy, Baya Co., Double skirted Marquise of Linen Flounces Cambrics, together iu with dress a A. II. CENAS, M. D., Professor, of Obstetrics. tbe Rail Road' Depot. < I. W. BO WENMarch .

of S-100, 100 of ?50, SOO'J' of ?30 aud 75. Appro\i & beautiful assortment 7. 57. 10
GUSTAVUS NOTT M.
ficauflnDry A. D. Professor of Materia
,
Good Groceries Crockery, Hardware, the of follow the and Polka Bnlliautes,
mation prizes amounting ?3.7 60 for purjioso ing trade of Found rs luJIcLiIU.tl.IIJ patterns, white printed npot Medicine.
N(.tions, Clothing B"oU, nI ) are prepared to execute all kinds of printed Percales in great variety.. :., &c.. &c. ( LARGE lot just
-. Show, Hatr, te. tc. Whole Ticket* *l li( Hull f a .%r, Quarter 2,5'X : to this business. Steam Engines BUTLER A DENHAM. JOSIAII C. NOTT, M. D., Professor of Anatomy. CIGARS: by re-
-- ---- plertainll THOMAS HUNT M. D. Professor of
Our prices are moderate and a reduction made to Look to your interest and compare this Schema with furJ and warranted to give satisfaction.Susjar March 14., '57. HTaylor's and Physiology McDOUGALL & HOBBY.
' f Ch purcLat-ers. All are invited i to call aud exam- other." Mills nut GMtirWI of all kinds rradf with --- -- Patbolegy.GILBERT March 21/57. 12
any S. \ ANCE M.D. Demonstrator
Ana
t. .
ice them. 1'. HAYWARD J. SON. ----- --- neatness and dspaklil'Ians; and estimates furi..he Cotton Gins. _.-
19 657. 8-8t Bank Noteo of sc-und Bariks taken at of all kinds of Machine!-y and EIiuctrin. They tomy.
SepL ,
__ rar. are also sole agents fo Hoard A "ni Enginesfor have on baud Gius of 40, 45 and 50 Saws, The rooms for Dissecting will be open on tbe eec- Corn
Checks on New York remitted! for prizes. "\T.E .
ond
Ginuinj Cotton. Grinding anti Sawi'i;;. arid liar and can deliver them either here or at Newport Monday in October. BUSHELS CORN, for sale fcr
Address orders for tickets or Certificates of Packages ; 1 000
GARDEN SEEDS of Tickets r -on's Grist Mill for steam or horse power. at f 2.5U per Saw, payable 1st January next. The Faeulty are Visiting Physicians and Surgeons HOPKINS & MEGINNISS.

.t IR tTA LAG. Red Top and Early Dutch Turnip ,I toANDERSON Professors in their
seed with Cabbage, Beet, Radish, BJlYA, accompany
together Macon or Savannah, Ga. "Brown's aBhin Machines, made at Columbus visits and, free of
enjoy extraordinary
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and other Seed fi>r Sept Q, 1857. 23 22 JOHN CARDY. Georgia. HOPKINS A )MEGINNISS Agents. advantages. expense practical Gloves, Hosiery, &. Hdkfs.LADIES' .

FALL PLANTING, MayO'i7. -ly August 8, 1857. 32 [Sent. copy. Preliminary to the Course. Lectures will be delivered Misses. Gentlemen, and Boys'Hose

Just Received per Bark R. II. Gamllf. GOLD AND SILVER to Salt daily in the Amphitheatre of the Hospital.from half Hose,

For .ale by AMES A LIVELY. COO) be sold wholesale WATCHE. Salt % Attachment. the let of October, on Clinical Medicine and Buck.Thread and Lisle Gloves

Sept. 19, 1857._S3 cheapest and best lot a of watches ever before offeredto 1 nnrt SACKS in fine order, John A. Grant 1 In Justices Couit, :District, Surgery, and other subjects without any charge to English Twilled Silk and Lineu Cambric Udi 5,.

the public A gift in Jewelry worth from $1 I,\\J\J landing per Times and for sale by M. > Leon Court. students. THOS. HUNT, K D. Dean. Landing per Sampson,and for sale by
t
Boots & Shoes. j?12 will b given i with every watch in proportion to McNAUOUT, ORMOND d Co Nathaniel White. ) Debt $-17 00.nnuE The Administrators of the Charity Hospital elect McNAUGHT. ORlinvn Jk on
its value. Being desirous of April 4, 1857. atmnal in April. 14th ReMJuut Students, Who are April 18/5"1. 16
1ECEIYIG from the Gamble a introducing oar goods 1 defendant and all others interested, are hereby maintained by the Institution. -
: of BOOTS A SHOES ,I prominently t the public! in order to meet with .J. notified of the commencement of this suit,
I; of large stock ii' d description. quick. ready. and cash isles, we have adopted this Summer of 1857. returnable to a Jutice's Court to be held at Tallahassee August 29, 185 7. 35 Just Received from N. Y-r,

every vanetj :% SCOTT & POOI.E. method for their ispnl We sel on the 9th day of November, A. D. 1857, and to FEW 1000 of those jnstly celebrated H! "ti. .-'
Insolvent A
face 1 GOODS of Estate Notice.
Composition f 6 00 A 87 00 "TVTHITE/ every description among and to the same. OARS.
Sept. 19, 18:;7. 38 appear plead
Fine Silver Lepine 8 00 9 which we iiieuliou : State of )
0 Given under my hand and seal this 25th day of Florida -ALSO- fAA
4' Hunt case, 12 104 and 11-4 Allendale Sheeting,
00 Jefferson few dozen GERMAN
August, A.D. 1867. county j BITTERS.
1 Hats &ips. Lever, Heavy Hunt, Pillow Case Linen EDWARD M. WEST, [u B.-1] WM. J. CLAYTON, administrator, of the estate BUTLER & DEMHA -

FINE assortment HATS CAPS, Case, 15 00 .18 00 8-4 and 104 Counterpanes Justice of the Peace. W.Clayton,late Jefferson county, June 27. '51. 26 \ *

filA Fine Siver English Patent Lever Cambricl. Jaconets, August 29, 1857. 388mMANTILLAS deceased, has filed in the Probate office of Jefferson .
Winter -
.' : Fall and KISS StylesHODG SCOTT A pt.'OLE.'t. > Jiuntease. 25 00 E 00 Plaid Muslin, county, a written suggestion that ho believes (the estate French Flowers
"
Plated Lever l'aris
,
Heavily-Gold 2 00 Joseph W. Clayton to be insolvent

". It' 1,:7. _88 .-- Gold Anchor open {ace f 21 i 00 24 00 00 SwissEmbroidered" Thereupon, notice i ia given to all persons having ARTIFICIALS, & C. LC.-. -
Lver. Hunt SO 00 ex 00 Swiss Muslin. claims against said estate to and file the
8 appear same
FOR THE Express we have received beautiful
'a
Gents I beautifully -BRILLIANTESPlain with the Judge of Probate of laid before BY a aas/vf-
& I county, on or of the above selected '
in New York
Boys engraved *45 00 and fancy Marseille, Spring and Summer of 1857 the 6th day of March next, when there will be a the latest European importation (rizn
for
Patent Lever beau- expressly thiGroceries. .
d
FALL & WINTER PLOTHING. (jo Engll Frilled long Cloth, pro rata distribution of the funds belonging to said market. BUTLER & '.
Iareand wen lie. t'ful engved. 6 00 Patent THE SUBSCRIBERS have received by Express estate amongst the creditor thereof; at which time Marth 14 '6'1. DENHA.1t. ,.
and Kt our Stock. It is *' Lever, beautifuf Crinoln. hose Fashionable and far the 11
CALL POOLE. G o En Plain plaid Nainsook. few of most by the said Wm.J.Clayton, will apply for bis final dis.
1 HODGKISS SCOTT k 1 en ?arved, extra, 60 09 I'0 0 most desirable, charge from the administration ot said estate. -.

Sept 19. 1&1. 58 -- Gold English patent Lever, and -MULL- hantilly Lace Mantillas THOMAS J.CHACE Judge of Probate. .
Magic Wat .. 80 00 Muslin Bands Cambric do., Swiss do.. Sept. 5. 1867. 86-4m
Plantation Goods & Gold English Pateu'4 LCYCT, andMagic French Collors,French sets, boys Collars, of various patterns and designs, which they offer on 2 8 BBLS.SUGAR.nr oWJ qualities,

90 00 .100 0 Ladies and Gentlemen L. camb'c Handkerchiefs, the most reasonable terms. Call early if you wish Notice.ALL 20 sacks COFFEE

GROCERIES. of tie above atcLe. *.*s, together with a gift, Bar-bordered 11.S. and Emb'd Handkerchiefs, the choice selections. BUTLER & DENHAM. Butter Pilot Bread Crackers,Barley

D LAKETS. Kerayi, Lmscyi, Flannels, Osna' Any "a free t'f postage. A catalogue Real VaL Lace, tc., & L. March 14. '67. 11 persons indebted to the estate of Josiah Peas. Beans. Tobaccos, Vine.
.c
ill be
_1) Sheetings Shirtingf Rnssetta: and Plan st pilars, be. sent, o application BUTLER d late of Jefferson County, deceastd, Linqaora. Ale and Porter Vinegar, Saucea.'.
.A.
ergs f
tation Improvements, also a large Stock of GROCERIES giving u 1 \il .pWNmO 00. March 14, '57 I ., : .,. Just Received are hereby notified to make immediate payment tothe' I Pickles, Soap.Soda. Shot,Lead;;Oilt, AC.,.
retired Gamble and Bemmg- Third sJH undersigned executrix of said estate; and all persons A full iupply of all article i iQ thhllne Iap4n.
just being per 'No. 88 Sooth '
ton. HODGKISS, SCOTT & POOLE. Newspapers Str.t Plldetphl.X byriving ..A'TNA ttU I f..t.INSUC 'J. Per Schooner Wm. R. Pettia : legatee, distributees whom oner, holding per Mystic and for sale by .

1857. 86Notice. tb" six insertions, will receive claims or demand against said estate are hereby required f?AhIr, ORMOND Qt,
._.!ifpt.19. advertisement and CONPANY tA DRUMS Fresh Dried Fig, to present t haft duly authenticated within legal Newport,Mr '51*, *

fa a superior double pointed go.tLPeD same 0 V 6 Boxes Fresh Lemoen time or this not!;ill be plead in bar to the recovery _

ease, met'6, o any other Jewelr 2 Cases Gnava Jelly, of the same. GentJ aien's Strinrn8rT

of this I Talu, payable on tbe receipt frt cOJYCco. i' 1 Trail New Date SARAH. KNIGHTON. Executrix :
&rat : .
the
publication
fpHIRTY-davB after of the taining the adyeri.cment Inrorporated in 1819.-Charier Perpetual. AMES LIVELY Sept 19, 1857. 88-8w '
e'tate
JL admini8traU.r *8 CLQ1flG.
I I notice the undersigned Sept 19, 185. -0- Juni'37.: 24
will to
deceased apply
the Hon.of John J. Wayle.W.Townaend Ba'ker'Judge, of the Circuit Courtof CAffll CAPITAL-8IOOOOOO.. -_ Just Received .!bOCKS, Sae1,Pants_.V..,"'uahi.

the Middle Circuit of Florida at his office in Tal Foud. : 1 Bacon and Flour. ;- tbs,and latest ityl.. A. .du e ..lee AOA1K6T L6S8 AND DAMAGE BT PER "J. G.
1S6UKE FIRE ANDERSON .'. ..
of Tbomairille
*t. 4ft ..11 j the following lands the on the me from flrodie aDdforsalaby ". .
ON Sauday
OK TEEMS ADAPTED THB"HAZARD { 10 half do '
.. :! ., BBLS.Flour A BEAUTIVOI. AND TAElXO COlareb
?> ? ? of Tallahassee, a ; 60 JlcNAUGBT.OJUfOXD" /
.:.reeIu:1H&bl.i.: -- JP. CONSISTENT WITH THE_ LAWS. 4 Hbds.Baooo Side, 4s9Ir.tfENr IJP' ; 11/1'1 .'18 '. .
_
tateInwheI1J &;J4JlJuur: -
TO 3dire minor he.in ofaaid ..b4.. IBBLB. th. ,* BAMS. f. SS /I.PM4P.,. ;7"ISLE BRAIDS do.' do ,
in Jobs ". 4. 1 Trimmings, Ptineei. : batuices1th; .'
Io. and I
Ii. aDd a E B E V : from lU PaUli,and! for aA!. bfnuuoKD JU BtMl Skeleton Skirts SclU'Bras. Skirt .RICE.-I
2 J of and S'W a t2'Bee. t in i ot Bee.Sta Rla WWUI. __ .. ? -. ,. ,'u. i CO. f Spring. azi&t we b1uqe1 ,#-
North i 2 PQCRRBOOA Boeps.... BUTLER & DENHAM. / : ". -t
: 1LJ the Coul.1t;: -. "1 .
01 ; 6'1'. 28
Florida OONT4INIG :- .I
200 OD.Sf'J The Owner, by & MONET I : rilIJ! -.W .
1867l..ETON )l Wl11Tut's lnore or a propy, or C01llJ' .. ..
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12 1 ej.meDt. aDd fo W ..... .'. ."
Adrnt'r. awrdr the : .4'1,1)
finder
37-4w" can f B _... ew' _
by I C.
1 LEWIS 1Anwl' ,
0' ; ..itt app1yig} MIlLER & LEN Mt.fp Agei, aonAI.J\U.66: tL .-S. aSiLi.
1817
: 3B-t. ( ForTafahus.d! tt'' ,
p Au1us 2( le7. Tifid'1. .. ._ ,.1 .
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-UN The Floridian Journal THE MOST CSFFCL, MOST PERFECT H P. B. BHOKAW'S. SHOP: \WHIPE, McLAtfE'S$

!. published SATURDAY, by MOST COXttSB .N CAGE CELEBRATED .
every LIVERY All SiLl, STAIL1S inform the citizens 1ffA1flTFACTURIt Copper and Sheet Iron

JAMES S. JONES EDITOR & PKOMUETOH, CHEAPER THAN TUB ChEAPEST !j. TALLAHASSEE_ FLORIDA. .1. of TaUab and Tineioity. that he bM 1v1 Ware,aD dealer In all kmds .f Plain' and Yo YERMIFT7GEASD:

At Two DOLLARS per annum, in advance. Better than the RcfctPublMcd Z Proprietor would in- opened a cage shop this place joining ey Tin tate pleasure in Informing the. tiu he ia
ti 'THE Tallahassee and tM oundingeoion1thet '
Wetkly.JJie his friends and theZpubic Brokaw's Livery Stables,

TERMS OF ADVERTISING.One vihott on/y One DoUt/r a Yeat.f that he has tebuilt bill._ in the building formerly occupied by J. L. Groner nW prepared his line of fa business.wait O He all that tenders wish to La P atr0D1>thanksto '. LIVERPILLS.
in
biro 1-
of J 2 lines, or less first insertion, $1 00 large Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is now a1 _
square \ REATE3T DISCOVERY of tic PresenvJT 1 where h_is prepared to do all kind of work in bis his friends, and the public for the very -
each !ubs qoent 60 Century of DeletingCOUNTERFEIT prepared to accommodate bit friends and customers line at the shortest notice and o the most liberal with which be has beretofofCbelu_ ... b.stPpsriisl.as...A.They
Professional; Business Cards inserted atlO He also has attached to his Stables a good Blacksmith -. patronage
per of tbe sm
BANK NOTES. REASONABLE TERMS, favored, and he hopes that a continuation
annum.Advertisements. W Shop where be will have have done all kinds of S

not marked with the number of Describin- Every Genuine Bill in Existence,and Plantation work. Horse shoeing, and Carriagework in such a carriage painting and trimming; making new will be granted him. hand full supply. of an are not reconK

insertions will be continued until forbid, and cbarged Exhibiting at a glance everX* Counterfeit the very best manner and with promptness and dis buggies ami wagons, and all kinds of reprin. HavIng He will constantly keep on In establishment a of mended
of Ware usually kept an hs as
accordingly.J3f > in Circulation !f S patch. procured a frt rate lor of business. A full assortment Sheet Unive .

Certificates of publication of l legal or estate Arranged so admirably that REFERENCE is November 5. 1853. .u Carriage Painter and Trimmer, Sheet Lead ; SheetZme; Cistern Cure-alls but
notices will' not be given until the advertising fee is EASY and DETECTION lad ; Pip PUlp simply fo
paid. Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, from New York, the undersigned is prepared to do and a great many articles too numerous

INSTANTANEOUSNo K For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. this klud of work a well and in the latest style a it tion. what their name
-- nr Index to cxifmino 1 No pages to bunt 03 can be done at the North. TO BUILDERS.Tin pu-

BLACKSMITHING up But so simplified and arranged, that the 09H THE, Subscriber has just received a All those who have this kind of work to do, and Roofing,Guttering,Copper and Tn Conducing

T Merchant, Banker and Business Men can sell al: large supply of Carriages wish it done in a manner that will not fail to give pipes Ac., all of which be promise to in ports.The ,

t a Glance. CD Buggies, and Harness, which be offers satisfaction, wcrld do well to call on work-roan-like manner and style, and thebest ma VERMIFUGE
'l"IlE firm of BROKAW & for sale on the most reasonable terms. \VM. KUI1NS. terial, on shortest notice nod most reasonable terms fo

_. havinff been di&50I- It bas taken VCAI s to make perfect this O November 18, 1854. 46 May2'S'i 18 Having been engaged for the last eight year in
1 Ted, the < nol fies V- Worms
nnaersigiie i uis expelling from
GREAT "* this he thinks recommend -
old customer and the public generally, that be has DISCOVERY. MILES NASH & CO. Piano Fortes. business at place further to i DnneCetar t ,

made arrangements with D. C. Wilson, by 'Which he The urgent necessity for such a wor k has long .j Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. his capabilities bim.sehfany mechanic but at the same time he the human system-
as a
takes the shop formerly: occupied by him, under the been felt by Commercial men. It has been pub lXTE aro prepared to furnish Piano ha
> -- with work and .
firm TtfSt received from New York bark R.1!.Garatl TT of- the assures all that favor him a can, god
Imbed Fortes,
to supply the call for such a Preventive, M per IT f nl! very best quality also been
ofH. B. Fitts & Co. aud needs but to t>c known to be Universally u blc a general assortment of tfticles in our line upon the most liberal terms. cheap prices.liMing adn'm sfere
such as Oils of almost kind. Fluid in either removed from the old stand formerly knownas
Patronized. It docs more tbnn ha? ever been attempted every Burning They are second to none any country as
and is now prepared to execute all work done in by men. 3f" It describes BankNote *M White Load, Zinc and other paint, Wiudow Glass of to quality or price. White Slusser, he will be found at his stand corner with the most satisfactory

tI'eirline business, viz: in three Different LmgtJngt's.EXGLISll every taut rnialiiy, Putty, Brushes, Potash Soda Sparkling Every Instruraentwill be waranted. of 200 foot street, where he will be glad to waiton .

Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Repairing FRENCH ASD GKRMAS. = Gelatine,London Mustard, French Brandy (very best) MILES NASH J CO. all his friends. THOMAS WHITE. results to various animals

A and A g for medicinal: purposes, Spices Pepper. Lemon Syrup February 23, 1856. 8A Dec. 1,1855. 48 _
Carriages Bug
Thus Each may read the same in his own Native Inks,Quiuine. Peruvian Bark Fluid Extract Bnrhu, subject to Worms.

\ U gics, Plantation work of jJ Tongue. 5 tc.. .tc., and a general assortment of Popular Patent Olive 011. WILLIAM\ P. SLUSSER, .

., ctYry ditcriplion, Tr.asis.--l! paper will be about 23 by 42 t'j J Mcd'cines. We keep' none but the very best and SUPERIOR article for Table use. Just received The LIVER PILLS
inches, and will contain the most Perfect BankNote *N : Tn11ahnssec: 1]_ ,. for
Mitt Irons and repairing same, Ironing Wagons .. bone to merit your patronage.MILES by AMES ,
jblifhed.. J lVBLy.
List
and Carts NASH & CO. April 2856. 14 MANUFACTURER OF COPPER,'IX AND SHKET the cure of LIVER '
Together with the rate of Discount. March 2t!, 1856 18 : COMPLAINT -
and in fact every other discription of work made of Also a List of 0 -- -- -- --- Flower Jars. IRON VAnE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

ourselves Iron and Steel to execute all of at which the shoilcst we wAaaxxT notice., and pledge' All the Private It-inkers in America. -5H Corn and Cob Crusher. A LARGE assortment of Flower Jars various Size DEALER. IN PLAIN, FANCY AD JAPANNEDWARE. all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS -

A Complete Summary of the Finance of Europe *, Just received and for sale byA1IE3
H. B. FITTS.b.14,18:7.
Corn sand Cob Crusher I SICK
7 and America will be published in each ediT GRANGER'S patent -ly the Agency for the sale of these superior -
tion,together will all the Important news of the : Cob Crushers, unequaled it is said to any in Aprils, 1S5R. 14 _,-l! A SPLENDID assortment Cooking Parlor ACHE &c.Purchasers.

!! Notice. day. Also H the C. ntry. A slck of the<> Crusher, will be on India Rubber r and Wood Stoves trimmed with neatness ,

INTERESTING STORIES han.l early this coming Fall. Prices vry low considering Beltng. durability, at Hfcuced price. will
has ma-le xritb H feed.15 C5 each LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Belting,of Work. please
undersigned arrangements From an Old Manu@'riptfounJintheEast, and great saving in $55 ? A Out Door
THE Fitts to take charge of his Blacksmith ShopdfefalsM4iJiaJarJ&r no where else to be found. It has never yet nn- o for these sizes. Prices uniforn throughout.Uie county. two, three and four ply warranted fully equal Roofing.Ornamental Front Guttering be
& the nei_.firV1. vVfi Nr .. :_ -,.'. ", -.$--- ....qO' nl'l'ete roriunner particulars.call and examine for yourselves to I.fathrr. and 76 per cent cheaper; in fact considered and Tin Conducting Hes., Lead, Cop particular to ask for
mr ij S per
\ U of
stock for arrives. by those who Lave tried them
to soon as a a sample: I ,superior to Leather
7 Zinc Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Shop work Dr.
141857. C.
Feb.
Pomps. McLane's
Ijp- --- ORlE.J.V'r.lI. LIFE D. LADD. All sizes from 4 to 1 Inches wide, constantly of done at short notice. Celebrated -
Newport July !S, ]185C. 27 on hand by LADD. every variety

500 AGENTS WANTED and which described) the Ladies the and Mot Gentlemen Perplexing of that Positions Country in ... ..... -. -,-. .1 ... __Nfwllrt{ ,Jct_1 8,_1856._42_ City and Country Merchants VERMIFUGE and

A HOMESTEAD] FOR $10 Have been so often found. These Stories will 50,000 Havana Segars. Town Property for Sale. Are respectfully elsewhere.invited to give me a cal beo!e purchasing LIVER PILLS
0
continue throughout ''he whole and will prepared by
THIRD DIVISIOX. prove the Most Entertaining ever year offered to the I ALL persons who love to smoke good SEOARS ffMlE under8ignedcffers at private sale the follow- t N. B. All articles manufactucd from the very

Worth of Farms and Public. lr: I find-them together with some choice Turkish JL ing described property known as the Jrat is Lots, : and warranted durablo. No other arti

$310,000 Building I -. Furni.hed Weekly to Subscribers nnd Spanish smoking TOBACCO at the Drug viz: Lots Xo 3,25,273O,48,140,14l, 142, 143, le will be offered for sale. &nui ( J.o

LOTS ?1 a year. All letters mutt addressed oi.ly to at c Store of AMES & LIVELV.Nov. 141, 22I 227. 235. 2S'J,240) 241], 242, 213, 244. 245, October 20, 1855. 42 ,.

JOHN 29 1856. 48CLARKE 248, 24 6, 250, 252, 253, 251, 256. 257, 258, 268, all .
IS THE GOLD REGION OF Cfl-FErTEB co.JllGJ U. S. DYE. Broker ----- in the original plan of the city of Tallahassee. Wines, Syrups, &e. SOLE PROPRIETORS Pittsburgh
rpo be divided amongst 1 10.200 subscribers, on the Publisher and Proprietor,
JL 7th of December 1857. Subscriptions ONLY 70 Wail Street New '-orle.J A. B. -ALSO- OLD Otard Brandy.fbparkling Cider,

$10 down; or f 15 one half down. the rt'ston deliVery March 21, 1857 124yNEW .4 Lots Nos. 1.2.3, 4.1. 6, ', ic County qr.A Port, Old PoU Juice, Pa., and take no

of the DEED. Every subscriber will get a Building L Madeira, Brandy Cherries,
n o-
now receiving his Fall and Winter Stock ofhojs other there
Lot Farm in valuefrom1O to ? Is Sherry, Sardines, as are various
or a longing 25,000. GOODS. suitable Lots ., ,
( for : s. 4,12,13.15.16.22. 25, 39, 40, 48, 61 Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved
These Farms and Lots are sold so cheap to induce 02,in { South J County quarter. Quinces other

settlements a sufficient number being reserved the JOHN PRATORIOUS tJJ J i' WEAR The above described property formerly belongedto Flavoring Yeast Powders Extracts }'ear preparations now
increase in the \alue of which will pcOIJ'ir"ting Tamarinds,
for the
compensate novo Brown. For further
information
in part of Fiencli and Unglis-h Cloths, Cawinicies and! term, Spanish Olives, Spices, before the
pparenf l' w price now asked. Upwards of 1350 which will be liberal public
Lots are already sold, and a company settlers,call- .MERCHANT TAILOR, and V stings of all cfW,. nnd of the bcstqual at Law, Tallahassee.,apply to A.Perry Amaker, Esq., Corn Starch, Pickles purporting -
Attorney
ed *'The Rappailiamiock Pioneer Association," is j now Dealer In Ready Made foUling) andGentlemen's ity which he is prepared to manufacture to order on CHARLES. P. MANNING. Worcestershire Sauce Salad Oil, to be
the most reasouable terms and in the English Mustard
forming r.n l will soon commence a settlement Am- must Until the Capers Vermifuge
above
will be for
will be for the faithful! Furnishing Goods. e'Jl. property rent. Claret, Cocoa, and Liver
ple security given ; performance -. FASHIONABLE MANNER, A. PERRY A IAKEH.Fet.man' .
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of contracts and promises. Nearly of A LIVELY. Pils. Al
45,000 acres .ME
land in different parts of Virginia now at command / an noir receiving my Fall and Winter supply Together with a general assortment of 16. 1956. ____ 7-tf_ __ J January 5, 1855. others in

and will be sold to settlers at from $1, up to $800.p of Cloths, Cassimeres, Yestings, AfC., oj ItEAB Y-.JI1ABE CLOTHING, Cod Liver Oil. comparisonwith
title will in all that will favorably with stock of Cloth- ORANGE SPRING
T acre iinqw-stionallc compare -
be
catcx any
7"RES II A PURE of the Dr. MCLANE'S
tVn. W'cutters., coopers, farmer, Ac., nrc wan- Every Color, Style and Quality, iijjT ever exhibited for salo in this city% c'ii"i:>liii_; of I 1 girnan Clark .f Co. Rushton's.celebrted" Drndle are
ted, and 500 AGENTS to obtain subscribers, to whom vhich I Fino Black and Colored Cloth ami Frock Coals I J Male] & Female
am ] prepared make up in the most For sale by AMES i LIVELY Serinar worthless.
the most liberal inducements will be given. Some Fancy Cassier an-1 Beaver Frock as d Busiu'-ss situation
185C. 14DruggetCarpeting of this I
Agents write Sh:.t they are making 200' per month. fashionable style, on xhnrl notice Coats, Aprils TIE (

For full particulars,Subscriptions Agencies
plyto BAUDEU.. boat and few hours
Port Royal, Caroline Co., Va. ALSOA Ha lal.1 Black aud Fancy Dockin: and Cassiraerc Rugs. The a with staging. of Vermifge' and Liver

I August 15, 1857 33 L.RUEXU WELL SCLKCTKO STOCK OK n Is, :FINE LOT Brussels two and three Wool and Principal of experience twenty years,
Ply
a
READY-MADE Best Grenadine, Barulhca, Satin and CK>th Vests', A Also few ) corps competent assistants will devote can now be had
CLOTHING, Carpeting. a pieces Wool and"Cotton hi. whole time! to the improvement of his pupils. Pils at
Fancy Velvet, Gassing-re, Silk and Cashmere do., do., and line Hearth
and
DENTISTRY.DR. Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear White Silk do., Rugs Drugget, for sale rightat The third session will commence Monday, January

such as CloaksTalmas, Coats,Ve ls, Pants tc., Ac., D.LADD. 12.1857. Fur narticulars. address.. respectable DrugStores.
T. J. CUR LEE, which will be deposed of at low prices. Genth'ShawK Cotton Ire -i/Under Robes shirts, Fine, Shirts, Silk Newport, Oct. 18, 1856. 42 R. ANDERSON, PFincpa/. -

WILL continue, in future the practice of DEN Also, a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts, Collars, Canto Flar.ucl alI and Jeans Drawers. --------- -- -- -- -- --- Nov. :29, 18[ 48 .

in South Georgia and Middle und Undershirts,Cravnts, Stocks, IJoiery, &c., de. Dr. P. P. LEWIS FLEMING

East Florida. lIe has had several years practical experience Those desiring a thorough out-tit will fon'ut! their -ALSO- notice to his frienos and Notice.SIX BRO'S, -

in the profession the last three of which bas own interests by giving me a call, as all the above articles I A general orlmenl of Fancy and Black Silk and GIVES that be i is now in pat 60 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH PA.
been in those sections of His have been selected with and Sjtin Stocks Ties 1 possession of Mouths after date' shall ,
country. work is of the great care with a and Cravats Gular8. colored all all the latest improvements Dentis present my final ac
most beautiful aud durable character and satisfaction special ,iew to thriradaptalicH to this market. I white Kid and Silk (Moves; Lisle Thread try. l st, The extraction: of Teeth without nnd vouchers to the Hon. Jude of Pro Sole Proprietors
is guaranteed in every instance.All October 18, 1S5G. lv42THROUGH d<\. Ladies Gauntlets producing bate of Leon as executor
superior Linen Cambric arid mm, by the aid of a l local application, which consists county estate of SCOVILt ,
communications sent to Monticello, Fla. will --- ---- --- I Silk Handkerchief-,, Brown .and] Fancy Cotton, Lisle m applying an artificial freezing mixture the John Ccok,deceaed late of said county, and ak to No. Ill, ew Orleans,

receive attention as soon as previous engagements IN 48 HOURS I Thrr-ad and Marino J I"!p, Ac., etc. CALL AND until fully benumbed. 2d, The immeJiat t lsertion par of be THOS.J. ROBERTS, Exfr. General Wholesale agent for the Southern States, t
will permit. BUY. < April 18, 57. 1 G6mI whom all orders must be addressed.
Temporary Set, on Gutta which
be
,_ _. I Perch can
Vv October 18. 1856. 42 worn with comfort, and ease Gums are fully Sold by Ames
REFERENCES : prepared for a permanent Set ; then inserted on I Liver and Sale Stable. : Nash &Co., Tallahassee, Fla.; J. S. M. Davison
that beautiful called Quincy; Gardner Hos.J. L.SEWARP, ) Nails.lO plan continuous) Gums, which are I ;
1Ii: P. E. LOVE }Thomasville, Ga. so much \\1 and admired, for beautystrength and .w'7 "IE undcr-gued gives no- J Co. Waukeenah ; Mosely d Pope. Madison
HOX. W. S. DlLWOETH, t ) KEns; a"orlej NAILS, forsnlc in lots, i, porf.-ct cleanliness. I 9'.1.. that be has purchased Paler J Bro.Monticello. S. ]eeen.! Monticello

KKV. W. E. HAMILTON j f Monti 11 o. Fix Milton and Chattahooche I \ to C.sa purchasers at reduced prices by May 31. 185/ 22 _ the Livery Stable of. Rogers t Co..Chattahocchee; Balttell & Widgeon

Has.J. C. McGiiEE D.C. WILSON.MkV William U. Newsom,in Talabat'e.together with the Marianna; Nicholson A Zeigler, Bainbridge,Ga.
COL. Y. o. POPE.f, J Madison. FI a. U. S. Mail i I Line i I 23. *57. 21 Notice. I good will of the c : teat he is now D. II. Dickinson, Bainbridge ; E.SeixasThomaiTill.
I
prepared to the business Ga.
GEX. 1L WHIT SMITH, Alligator! Fla. carry on in all its }Jrnchca,
N. B.-DR. Ccn LEE will be in Quincy during the Storm .- w oolsLly ; I New Books. I SIX months after date the undcisignod, will pre and his promises line (the public with good accommodationsin l'ebra21, 1857. 8-ly
their on reasonable terms. -- --- --- -- --- -
latter of the Icll-es Milton Tuesday's and accounts to the Honori
part present week. Friday's, at 10 ( :\uc.er -
April 25, '7. 17 I I o'clock, a., m. TI"ST. 1 received; a largt assortment of i : "Jnu je of Probate for county of Gad.xlrn aud! RICHARD SAUNDERS. -
t Leaves ff Miscellaneous Books, com.ring I ask for a final setllemcut and discharge from the a.i .]- N B James T. Herring 1 my duly authorized FLORIDA,
Chatlahoochec Tuesday's and fjiiturday's Stallanl.rb., Pi'use, Poetry mil Ito- ministration! ( of the estate of Cornelius English, late of agent, and has entire control of the business, representing .
fl1' Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BROADWAY GOLD PEN after the. arrival of the Steamer from manccs, with all the iccent iuliiieati.s: said county deceased, according to law. me as fully a if I was rntn'present. .tJ

Manufacturing (0. Apalachicola and the Sta!(: from Tallahait- I Banirnft's and IfiMn. th's United I' JOHN G. S lll. )i Adrn de boUM IlL DRUGS AND MEDICINES. .

sec, Fla., and Ituinbridgc, <;'1., Motl -y'n LINtory of the Dutch) Krpublic,just jmb- W)1 H. GU f DOU Sep. 6,1856 36 Perfumery, Dyestuffs, Surgical Instruments

335 JIKOAWVAY MJW YORK, 1 IN GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK! lisljel.Alhi.i's. July 4. 1357.. 27-61. Spices, Snuff, Windows Glass, Paint..
Continuation of the ---- ------ ---- Notice.SIX
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History of Europe, --- Oils Vanishes,Putty Manufactured Tobacco
ARE now felling their splendid Gold Pens Pen I rI"HIS Line is now in firet rate order. The whole 5th ainj Clli volumes.
I i and Glass Ware Patent Medicines
and lien Ca" at the I/o\vest JL I months after ,
es Retail
Prices, I Stock has been renewed, with and Abbotts} and S ( Attachment date I shall present my final ac
i
new comfor bU":Napoleon Bonaparte; Theirs'Frnehi Fine Soaps,Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandiesand
nud each
purchaser Draws a table Hacks. The Drivers I j : Edward 1 for the vid vouchers to the lIon.JudeofProhetefor
are careful: sobrr and Hume and Macanley's
nocommodalinpr. ; .
J n.ml; Hair Brushes, for Medicinal, ,
PKEJIIUMPREIWIILTIPKE.1IIUJIof : A liberal allowance of baggage allowed England. 3rd and 4th N. f Second Districttif Leon Co., Jefferson county, as admini-trator of the estate of purposes
volumes Paint Brushes
; Fancy Articles
to each Hlliu'Au While. ) Attachment for ?22 38.10U A}les B. Lord late of said deceased, and ask
NaUlamc
cient
Thirl county
from 50 cents to $1000! passenger History; wallM (;Jre(-ce; Ro tit! wlrks ; fur Garde Seeds, Fine Havana Segars.
IVfsciilt's Ferdinand] and f| HK; defendant antI all others interested hereby a discharge from said administratorship.
c. Isabella, Mexico, are -
received
Peru have
recently and Fi u"
As They -Large
hoon as a Pen IVncil
or is purchased the Prcnii X notified of the WJI.R. LORD Admt'r.
2nd nn-1 Misci-Ihnicoua commencement of this suit, ,
Hp
um is delivered immediately. AGENTS: Philip ; R186ell.Modem supply f every variety of articles usually kept lyilrutrists.
.1 At Milton, J A'. A. Ciuiri.v I Eu"lf HftlUm's I Historical Work; 'nl orkl of returnable t a Justice's Court to be }held atTallahassevl2tb Aprilhl57. 15-Gm _Planters and Physician will 1ilwaJs l find
LIST OF TE.VS AND THE RETAIL TEICES: Goldsmith day of A. D. 1857, and to
Geneva Ala., W. D. MOMIOK Ad.i"ou. Irviiig, Scott, Oc'Jber. appear -- at this establishment a full supply everything needed
Gold l'ena..i 25 and 1 Gift Campbelton, J. W. SMITH Dicknl; Irvine's Life of Wahin/t"l, Spark's Wash- and pleacto the same. Notice.ALL :and on the most liberal terms
Engrossing liize. . 2 50 W Chamlier's Mis-; Iltkr my hand and seal this 4th day of
2 Gifts Marianna, W. NICHOLS iUJtou Headley's. ; having demands against the estate of Orders from the Country prompj0filled? andsatisfaetion
A. D. persons
July, 1857.
S'lverEx.IIolders. .. 2 50 2 do Chattahoochee D. Cotsox. rJtiup.; i. in I\,1111.t library style; M. Townsend, late of Leon deceased guaranteed, with regard both prices and quality.
county -
.c Silver D.LEx. Holders. 3 75 Chamber's of American Literature, 2 EDWARD M. WEST, [u s.] "
3 do Cyc'pedia m
t. Passengers can be taken through with certainty, will take notice that they must them Physician's prescription arefally compoondeo.
Justice
present
Mlmmoth .5 00 4 dodo security, and with comfort. volumes just sue containing an account of the of tho Peace. 1o the undersigned duly authenticated within the time Also Eppmg's compound Fluid Extract of Buehn
July 20,1857.
literature of 30-3m
Leviathan .6 25 5 OEO. D. FISHER, our country from its discovery to the pre- prescribed by law. or notice will be plead in bar Jan 5, 18516.
Founlam Pen Gold Desk Holder. 3 '5 3 da kcnt day, with a Memoir of the Authors and ( : --- u___ of their ti _miT. j-. | -_ -
'xtr1:1 and
Proprietor aud indebted
Contractor. said
recovery ; to
Mam'oth u. Levfn Old Pen Old Desk (
Hol'r 6 25 5 do --- -- -- ---------- Months after date the undersigned, adminis ment thereof to the undersigned. Sale about eleven hundred acres of land, to
Gothic Silver Border Stories and
Case FOE.
and Gold Pen. 3 15 Revolutionary Romances
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doam'olh
3 Valuable of the estate of LYMAN Admt'r. with email farm and and
Plantations&c. in Mary A.Bez deceased SYlTI a improvements
Go'ic Silv'r Ca G'ld Pen 6 25 a I sets ; KtatcdTnan's Manual; History of the < .
5 do ,
late of Leou August 29, 185&
G to the Honorable JOHN H.
RHODES P.FULLET.
u 'I in volumes. Judge of Probate of or A.
.
and Ear Pick . 3 '5..3do. ''I IIE undf-rcigned Executors of John ( fid
Wbilchtad county, and ask to be discharged. Notice.SIX WaknllaFhx October 40
4,1856.
.
Gold Books and
Wa'h Key, To'tb Pick Stationery .
Pen 3 75 3 do J. late of Burke deceased offer at private Bank J-Ulr. Cap Legal THOMAS J.
county
Ladie-a' Gold Pencils. .. .. .. .. 2 50 2 do sale until the first Tuesday in DECEMBER next I'apr-r; Gold and Steel Pen, with and July 25, 1857. PERKINS 306mVerfges. Admfr. Month after date the undersigned administra

u 44 .. .. .. 3 75 3 do the following proprtyiz: A Plantation in Burke, without hanolel; rr'e'Jpfflcr and plain; Viiit- of the estate of Charles S. Siblcy deceased, Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE .

4' ._ .. .. jug and 1'Jayin ; Ledgers Journals, DayBooks late of Gadsden OF FLORIDA .
5 00 4 do county, on Bg Y Out cieck. near (Fryer's Ponds, ad. county, will present her final account t
60 and Pen. . 6 25 5 dodo joining John B. WhiU-bcad M. 1' Gren and others, Record and Pa** Hook. and every article to the Judge of Probate of said county and ask to JEFFERSON COUNTY fWM.HANDREWS

Gent;'GeM Cases and Pen.. .. .10 00 8 do containing 1700 acres. m'rc or less, oak and hickory, usually fouud iu our Lu'ml'sl. discharged. MARY D. G. SIBLEY, Admt'x.b sheriff and admiawfrtfoif:

'* }[m'oth 6izcl2 60 10 of which there are 50' acres of frenli cleared Land, Nov. 15. 41 McDOUnAL --
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We ----- --
warrant all our Gold Pens to be Diamond Poin :Hll 1 700 of well limbrwi forest Land. The Plantation ---- :36 O Jaynes Tonic Jefferson county deceased, has filed in the Probate

ted,and not surpassed by any establishment in the is well improved and in good order-having a STATE OF FLORIDA. 24" Perry's Dead Shot for Worms, Notice.SIX office of Jefferson county a written suggestion that

states and besides given you a Pen or Pencil well large, commodious and new Dwelling ou it-the win 24 Strongs Vermifuge Powder, he believes the estate of David Woolfe to insolvent.
worth your money we also present you with Gifts ter relidffiqe of rI e8.led. Two and a half miles only JUDICIAL ELECTION.A Santonin, Worm Seed Oil months after date the undersigned administra Thereupon, notice is given to all
Ic.AMES having
worth from 50 cents to ? in of the estate of James W. persons
1,000 from Green's deceased
Cut Station ,
the & claims
LIVELY.
on Augusta awl late of Gadsden Strane. against said estate to appear and file the same
GOLD WATCHES GOLD GCaEU AX0 VEST CHAINS, BAYADllalJ 1t.il road. April 1. '6' 16 county will present accounts with the Judge of Probate of Mid county on or before -
to the
Gold Locket*. Diamond Pins; Cameo eelts, Gold -ALSO- :;; -j. discharged Judge of Probate of said county and ask t b the 12th. day of December next when there will

Studs, Rings, Breast Pins Silver Fruit and A well improved Plantation: on Lake Jackson in Jane Wilson Center L. Haughton tcrerm be a pro-rata distribution of the funds belonging to

Cab B.u.kcu, Silver Goblets tc. Middle Florida, about four miles from Tallahassee, VHKREAS the Hon. Wm. A. f.onvlrrlu. rej and Lucy N. Haugbton, his E S. SHEPARD, A m'r. said estate, amongst the creditors thereof: at which
4
July 1857.
A EXTS-A; EXTB--.t EXTH / containing 1700 acres more or less, hammock landa f f signed tho office Judge of Court wife William W. Wilson and I 2 time the said William H. Andrew will apply for his
considerable of which is for the Lster Judici Circuit; Therefore, an elec- I Cornelia M. Wilson by William final from the
portitn now under discharge administration of said estate.
Now is the tme: and here is the chance to make cultivation. good t tion is hereby ordered to be held in theseveral Counties I W. Wilson, her next friend Notice.S TIIOMASJ.CHACE,

f I.OOo-?2OOO-3.000- composing the Eastern Circuit vs. .
-ALSO- on Monday, he of Probate.

per year, in the sale of Gold Pens. Jewelry, tc., & 250 acres more or IMS of Pine Laud adjoining the unexpired 6tb day of tra.Ocobr. proximo for one Judge to fill the John MeDaugal, Executor cd. William of Wil l the In Chancery--In Circuit Court x tor Months of the after estate date of Lewis, the undersigned M. administra deceased March 7, '57. 10-Judge fcn

We offer a Liberal commission to Local.and Trav-- Richmond Bath tract, in Richmond county, with improvements. W. Dutton late of Leon Saunder
TbeJudgeso( Probate in the several counties of Leander O.Bal and Middle Circuit of county, will made firal exhibit to
.
sold.cling Agents A and give them Credit on One Half till sid Circuit will take due notice hereof and make the Julia A. Hal. his wife Florida Leon Co. the Judge of Probate of said coanty. and ask to be Circular Saws.
light and
agreeablebusiness, and above all -A LSO- rtlr to the office of the Secretary of State in themanner Manger Mary D. Munger discharged. JOSEPH B. Adinfr & GRIFFITH'S and HOE & CO'S

of a good the paying business. Agents wanted in all parts A Lot at Richmond Bath with a comfortable and prescribed by law. his wife, Naomi W. Dutton, a April 18, '5"- CHRISTIE WELCH Saw., from 42 to 54 iochea siie, constantly

Goods with country. A Catalouge containing a List of neat single story Dwelling and convenient out houses In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my had "minor, William Henry McAlis- for sale at a commission on manufacturer1.

full Explanations of terms to Agents will known as the Trowbridge House and Lot caused to be affixed the great seal of the ler,Rett! Elizabeth Me Alister, Notice.TIE prices, by. D. LADD.
be
ent on appl'cafree. All orders will be prompt. If not previously disposed of, the Burke Plantation State. Done at the Capitol in the city of Talla- McAlister a minor Newport DecembertO, 1856. fil

'Will ly attended I", and those sending np money by mail will be sold at Waynesboro1. and the Florida Plantation basso this 81st day A. D. 1807. and Adelia Bertha Wilson. undersigned, Executor, of the last Will and :
receive such goods as they order by the return at Tallahassee, at public the first JAMES E. to the Court of William-
mail outcry, on BROOM n Governor. IT appearing by affidavit made and tetmcnt Gorman,dt.eeased. late of Burning fluid
or express,with the Gifts enclosed in the packages. Tuesday in December next. Terms liberal. For Attest. : filet) in this cause, that all the above named do.fendants I n county, gives notice to all having A. SUPERIOR

Address all orders toMERRICK further information apply to JOHN R. WHITEHEAD _F. L VuLincfE, Secretary of State. except John JteDugnn. reside. beYOn the caim-s or demands against lad estate persons to present OF sale QUAJJTT, inat reeeiWand

BEKTON i DEAN, personally nt Balh, or by letter, addressedto All the papers in the Circuit will jurisdiction of this beyond limits of thcm'Jroperl1 authenticated, the time by AMES & LIYELY.
Judiial pre 31
.... -335- -Broadway., N. Y. him atlkrrelia. Columbia county. publuh (ti day of election. this State, but within the U oite Stte; It u orr'ed. or they will be barred j and all those January 186'1. $
n.oh1.5-ens rc-point d ia uperior manner. i I THOMAS M.I3ERRIEN,1 ucu 1,1857.. That said defendants, Dutton, indebted are requested to make payment William Budd
3
Administrator
Enclose the Pen and thirty-nine cents in P. 0. G. Ball and Julia Lander immecate. of
A.
Stamps, JOHN K. Ball. his wifn.,-_ ly. ROBERT
sod the Pen will be nnd Ext'rB..Notice -. GORMA. Et'r. W. C. Miller, deceased,and in his
repomled returned and D.
post-paid. WHITEHEAD'J Mar Munger, his wife Naomi W. Dutton August US, 1857.
ForSale a and in
33" own right
of hi
July \
4, 57. 27SmNotice. THOMAS minr. Henry McAlister, right *wife .
heir
.. August 22, 185'1. 84-tds A V.ACAIJ PLANTATION IJT LEON CoUNTY, FLA. McAlister, Laura E.McAlister, a -Rt, Ebt Miller a. at Law of Elisabeth
a- Attachment ,deceased In CbaaeeryIn -
orLETTERS be sI at private sale, that fine Bertha Wilson, appear a Ier the filed in .
WILL N. Madison Circuit
of the Barrow Place planttiOA::''':'hi cause' o or before fnt Monday December I. Thomas While"Natbahlei 1 J Court, the Sec Jolla i l L. Miller
administration I Administrator
fo of Court.
been
having granted T WILL sell one of tbe best Pine Land places in owned by CoL David Barrow and next; otherwise, the cmpWnnDt taken A ..1' ot. Leon ,
now
the Sd day by Bryan biibalbe County,' ,Elizabeth Miller deceased Al-
September, 1855 by the JL Columbia county mixed with oak and hickory :, Groom, some ten miles N. E. of Tallahassee. as oed: orde White. Debt 12124
Bon.Judge of Probate for the of Proifd Tt ti. b pubhebe exander P. Miller. Tbocoaa J.
county Leon State Te week
i & containing 400 acre,$Hi good and sufficient title contains once a
Hundred preceding defendant
of Florida on flit estate of Simon Partridge late of plantation Twenty-five in mol THE and all hereby Miller, EKzabeth MUller aDd
to (be This land based Day .December a
same. u marl and oe
: on the
[ said d.eeos.daU clay Ld greater part of which is equal to' land published the .e Wm. ,
county d bu tod demands whatsoever and is excellent for any the City Dewsppr i emmement suit Miller.
Long Staple Cotton Corn <&, & There about or fourteen hun ol.Talase. Ju.tice'8
tutor gainst tWtaUUj oT sId Simon Par a t"v O.r b at Tallahassee the appearing to the aalWaetion of the Court that
handsome -l2th
settlement dwelling boose and necessary .dred of open land, and the remainder Orere CUUU8. this seventeenth day of July, day of A. C IT
tridge,;de es.d, vbk i,1WUbibted tome ontJiouMi and constant water. I bar seventeen bared ae.,Indudinjr a large quantity of finely tie A. D.-186. J. W AYLE BAKER to the Otobr, 1857, and to appear ad'plea Alexander P.Miller Thomas J.Miller Elizabeth
furhrIittb superior
as administrator two years M pre- acre in cotton which I will lat go with the place if yet to very 1857. Jade .ame .' 'O. Millar and Woo.J.'MiHer, ate -. .DU of. the
ribed by ihs sttutf* Bil of Fkri eler. ; are Tory good-a 29-m under my and this State Florida;
case made and ,kOerwards one hundred July, A. D. to therefore ordered
proviJUdjjbyJJ.fiarerer
IJe been killed about two I .It ,that laid defendant
on and
yean,logs cut homed, fences appear
good & The Notice.
barred; and notice 1 Is berewr given to all creditors negroes o plantation will b*sold. EDWARD M.WEST, to and answer,plead demur before
and 20,000 rails split to enalose the sama. This tot one tbird cash,the bLtnc in [ui] or to said Bill, od or
t IcgaUs aod persons entitled? to distribution that their place i*adjoining a large body of good hammock ,with interest from of sals. The on* and two years, SIX months ae date, the 'undersigned: executor ] Jatc of the co. the firki Monday In November next,otheiu
claims and.Jtmand*will |N e barred at til* expiration land that can be bought on good ttrtn;'- Any be shown de plantation.will the Thomas Ryol deoeased. Ute July 21)85. ,; _" this Bill .hall be taken u eonfew againat them.
I personwi.hlpginfortnathon any to purchase, by"Mr.: .of MOD 'O :. .
desiring
of the period aforesaid _.'abibie.d. withia the wfll pl lutd address"m.4t Tails t county willpresent accounts and And it u further'.ordered. That Ta eopr of this order -
Hyman
1 **. nod t1nnlOtiet. Wini>eplad Jaiordweofl: D, Tost office,Colonbi*< -,/.Fla.- .. apply to', the manager aademgned O tbip1f Purchasers' will 'sod vouchers ask t the HOD.Judge- Probate of said comity :India' BubbBf *ckig. ;:. ; be published i b la iwrwtpaper prinUd in TaUalte -
I 'JOHNI.POWELL, Admt'r. : C. IL W.COLLIN6. .b dischargedB INDIA Florida oooa a week for bar Mouths FaMed
- .o' '
r s.p. 187. < 6-Jm. August22,8b7. ,. -: .U. 1r- Jul25I85'I p aot?. .;.- CALL :; :,..12,, 186'. JESE-A VERlT. .culor. A .l .to 'Rabbr, Pan tly i hl* -. -UI'lr- : JDD 3 at Chambers_this' 8th WATLES day of June,BASER 1857. Judge..

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