The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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--- ftss n l (orbs. Writtenftr |A* Floridian & Journal. all that is necessary for the present has been make, known her decision to you, but Iik_ Col. Yell's First Court* The Horse Charm; or, The Great Secretor

t1r The Estrangement. laid.'t.And that judging from her remarks to me I would ( Taming Horses.
here the conservation ended. Upon consider your case by no means desperate." f-.lur. The horse castor Is a wari,'or excrescence
MILES NASH & CO CHAPTER VI. their return to the hotel, Gerald requested her Villiers appeared to be renewed In life. They '"Ot'XDF.O which grows 'oft ever horse's fore legs I and

The next morning after breakfast, Langs- brother to come to her for a whil,". He went returned to the hotel and repaired to their respective generally on Hit! hind legs. It has a itecnlinr;
nF.ALR1'CS IN dale and Marchand were walking together into her apartment! and sealing himself I by rtpartrnents. Sufficient to say thnton WltCrl\ Col. Archibald Yell, afterwards Killed I rank, musky smell, arid Is easily pulled off.

DRUGS tfijtr PA IMS, when Marchand remarked, .. why, Gus, her said, tnt!' evening Villiers received a favorable ft he battle of Buena Vista, had takcH his I The ammoniAcal efHuvht of the horse see inl <

where did you come across so loVt-ly an an- I Well, sister mine upon what subject of I reply to Ills proposition. Mrs. Villieis and seat for the first lime upon the Bench, the i l eculiarly to concentrate in this part and its

MEDICINES DOlLS gel as Miss\ Vllllersf f She must: be -a delightful such great importance would "(}consult Alice were delightful at the projprct of having f first case on the docket was called, and the : very strong odor has a great attraction: for
companion. If I mistake not, you have with your brother I" 'I Gerald; eo nearly connected( with (them, I all animals, especially canine, and the horse
. '"I'lTOULD' inform tteir% friends and the ))1u 1ic.tba already yielded yourself captive' to the fickle I Why} brother, it is!! l indeed, to tile a eub- and deferred their departure Until the follow. plztiiitifl stood ready. It was a case that had himself.
\ T they hate generally on livid kept n gnod in their meortmeut line of business of uc God." ject of great importance, and without any i ing week when they all! proceeded on their I been in litigation for five years. ( eu. Snioot I For the oil of cumin (the horse hits nfl instinctive .

: snd irticlfB will M be are receiving regularly fresh supplies. Theii YeSj Marchattri, I ahl engaged to Miss unnecessary' clrctiHilocation I will proceed : journey homeward and arrived safety at Rich i arose for (the defendant, and remarked in an I passion-both are original natives

term shall be reasonable.Tallahassee Villiers, and look forward to my union with simply to slnufndts t rlaitti ydilt-(! advice and rnoml, where M's.: Marchand% was spending : overbearing tone: : I of Arabia, and when the horse scents the

I ._ April- 9lh--1855' --- .- 14.- her in the highefl hope Imppinoss." act by thttl ndtlce! td the very letter.: Mr.\ I II I the summer. Mrs.I Marchand insisted upon( I Our witnesses are absent, and therefore, i odor he is instinctively drawn towards ?t."The .
U I can answer for the realization of your \ lliers this afternrlcMi proposed marriage to the Villiers remaining! for n week, which was until the oil of Rhodium possesses peculiar .,
:, Dr. Miles H. Nash j I I demand that the case be continued I
I .. hop(' Gus) for slie appears (to be one of those I mf) and 1 have put him off Until I could havean passed very pll'J :Ultl.r. Everything around i next term in course." properties. All animals seem to cherish
O rFEnIlIlIS PROFESSIONAL! !SCBTICES TO TRECfT1ZE'' : ; OTTU.AHA8SEE J amiable and! intellectual beings ,that scatter I Opportunity of conferring with you upon Mrs. M.irchnnd bespoke wealth and 1 refine- i I fondness for it, and it exercises kind of subduing -
AXhsVRBfU': blKtCtJfS tfct. '
0 Let the affidavit be for not till then
I flowers, of the sweetest fragrance around the matleh I love him deeply, dearly, ardently meet, and Upon the departure of our friends I I influence over them.
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itti Dr. M. K"as'jrnmdatrlj
their Her brother .I his for their Carolina hontt> 'sh! evinced the I cart 1 entertain n motion for continuance, The directions\ 'ti
OFFICE I paths. too, appears to be but I imist know true character / great, I gh-ing"ror taming ise!,
May 19) 1853. *0MEDICAL I a young man of high toned spirit and! chi val. tefore I incautiously give hifn, Tl'pIJ'! Is'' est sorrow and regret. Gerald too WHS sad- I was. the reply of the Judge. j are as follows :
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__ ry. Gerald seems to be perfectly charmed I lip a young man of honbr, fiee' fioln those I I.I She however controlled her feelings Until the Do ytfu doubt' my word! us lo! tho fact !" 1'rccure some horse castor and grate it
i iBrs NOTICE. j,I with him I have never known her to speak vices whc"l,! (B1; frequently darken (the character I hour of parting. With her boaUtiful: ; eyes !I exclaimed G5I1. Smoot, sharply, and involuntaiily I fine. Also get some oil of Rhodium"! arid oil
0- so highly or be apparently) so Interested in of some of the most gifted of his State t tI I glistering! with pearly dew drops, which she raising his huge: swoid cane. I of cumin, and keep the three separate in nir .

Robertson & Bond any young man before"." ask these questions 1-ecause you have a bet I II in vain endeavored) to repress, she pressed the i Not at nil/' replied! I the Judge Avhh! his tight bottles.! '
HIVING furmed a co partnership in the }prnclic St. Julian is a mans MarclianJ\ peculiary I ter opportunity judging of the young men I Ij hand of her lover. Ho snatched a single kiss'f! blandest! BtnMe! but the law requires that Hub a little oil of Cumin upon! you hand
: profession and,offer their sen' Ices' to. the,citizen ] adapted to please. lie i is possessed of a j who may pay me attention than 1 myselfcnnhave. I burned to the carriage and was quickly I tho facts justifying a continuance must appear !I and approach: the hor-e in the field on tlu

%* of Office Tallahassee over the Store surrounding}Lily( occupied country.ty by flet highly! cultivated( m'nd! ofelevnted! thoughts, : 1 therefore. have placet! ,the subject transferred to the (tra n of cars about to leare.GeraKI I on record, and the court has no power windward nde so that he can smell the cu
loiiiHiirgs.: and to this !may bo :added those external !plainly and candidly before )'0'1, intending to throwing herself upon n sofa, sought, to annul a law, nor an'i h to see it annul nile, The horse will letou come up to him
Feb. 28. '57. 9 If adornments of address and person which i accept or reject as you a-lvis '. Say broth I relief 1 in a passionate: and copious flood cf ; led." then without any trouble.

ij --- ---- -- ? serve to render a man redoubtable. I He is I er, is he such n man as \ou would without tears. Tho! Jiidgu. calm and business-like tone Immediately rub your hand gently on the .
E. BARNARD) Jr. wealthy and is studying medicine more: as a i hesitation Intrust: uilh: the welfare and happi I We will transport the reader t to Charleston I' and manner only served to iriitate tho bully, horse's nose, getting little of the oil on it.

WILL ('O TIXt"E TilE pastime than with any inlentinn fo practice, j lies* of an only and I know much loved pis- where our fiiends arrived in due course or' and he retorted, shaking his sword cane in I'I You can Lad 1 him anywhere. Give j him a

DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS though he will make an excellent physician. I ter? If he is not, I will frem this instant t ban) i iI time. The day. that they arrived at home, I the direction of the bench : little of the castor on a piece of 1oafsuar )
lie is cautious, cool, and a man of decided I ish his lniflgr Hum my heart and strive to i iI Lnngsdale, as he Mopped from\ the carriageto apple, or potato.
SIGN I Whatever bo la" 1 for 11
'ir AT TUT. OLD 6TAXP nerve, in fact possessing every requisite for I forget that I had! once loved him." i iI go to I his I holelj t 1 perceived Travel: s. 1 lie : the one, w not Put eight drops of oil rhodium into a lady's
learn it from the of demagtigue
I constituting a good medical practitioner." I .. 1 have been expecting this denouement, i iI intended t'3' paH: him as if he had not seen till! coward lips?' an upstart silver thimble, to prevent the oil from running
OF Tilt: jllgjf MOKTARf1Cornarof ; Oh then he ought,)" all means to prac my little sis, from the attention: ho has paid I him, but rt5 soon as Travcrs recognized him a out, while you.nre opening the mouth of thd
t tice. His wealth ought not to be in the way I you, and I will answer Jour questions, I trust he approached and extending his hand, in a Judge YeWs blu-j eye shot lightning, but I horse.
of his the him. to formal manner fiatd I am glad to see Mr. he only turned to the clerk, and said : I As have tho torse's
Clinton nttJ Mocios r.ltt! <;lTc.lla'jissec., I dispensing means given of restoring : satisfactorily, by propounding' a question I Ii ; soon as you opened
January: 19, 1856. health and ministering to the diseased: i you. Conlfi you love a man like unto Jour : J Iiangsdal'j! safely returned to his home." j Clerk, you will enter a fine of 850 a- I mouth, tip the thhnbje over Upon his tongue* ;
-- : and afflicted." brother in disposition!" : and feeling ?r' Thank you, Mr. Travcrs; 1 am inyscltrejoiced t I gsiiiiM: Gen. Smoot, as I set him named on i and he is your servant. He will then follow
Co-Partnership Notice. I i I We must dear reader }hurry you ('II some I Cestainly! brother ; if the man I may i I to be once more in my tiatlve State."' m\_ docket, aid: be sure you issue an immediate I you like a pet dog. ,
& fl"ilEundcrM ncd have this! day entered into a co days. Miss Marchand and her brother became choose 1 li as an i.ible a;; .von are 1 would !iot I I'I : I would suppose( BO, sir.] I presume' that. execution." I Ride fearlessly and) promptly, with your
JL partnereWp! IU tlicWHOLESALE I the constant companions of Mr*. \ lli. 'I hesitate a moment to link my ile.s iny with I our friend Villitfs has returned ulr o." : lie had hardly communicated the order, I knees pressed to the side of the horse, and
, & RETAIL ; ers and her family, and in f:1ctlice and his, ;provided( I 1 loved him.'' lie has, sir. I left him at his house. I when Gen. Smoot was seen rushing towardshim I your toes turned in and heels out; then you
< 2::>:a..BUSINESS, Gerald became inseparable friends., At the : Well, tlr" l dismiss all doubts, for Millers I must beg you to excuse me now :is I have : brandishing his favvord cane, all his features : will always be on the alert for a shy or
f wider the name and Style! of i ii I end of some? three weeks, Mrs. Villiers made is like myself. lie will for amusement only i many little matters to arrange." wiithing with murderous wrath, and : sheer from the horse, and he can never throw

i AMES & LVEL! Y. I known her determination of returning home play' a game of cards, but he could under nu '; Certainly, :Mr. I.mgsdalc-lt any time : pallid as a corpse. Every glance was fixedon !
: and appointed the next day for their depar circumstances he induced to gamble ; like II III convenient to you iL would afford{ rue tinccro : the countenance of tho Judge, for all wished I you.Then if you want to teach him to lie down

I THEY will be pleased to see their friend .; ture. St Julian was driving Gerald out and I me again he wilt take a glass of wine with a I pleasure to gee you in my room No. 41." to know how he would break the coming stand on his nigh or left side ; have a coupleof
i andpatroI1sattIIehI8thudof' D II Amof, I! he imparted the information to her. Gerald'slovely ; : fiiend, but his tliscfellon never forsakes him .. Thank you, sir," and Langsdale passed ; of the duellist's fierce assault. But none leather straps about six feet long ; string
1 where they will kerp ft full and p'heral IhtirCe : face was instantly! suflused with blushes t I so far as to allow him to forget himself. In i I' on into tho hotel. I however, could detect the slightest changein up his left leg, with one of them round his

; of_bUI IlIt'H.assortinent-f A'tir-l arpcVtabiMRlo. 11.AMES: and hc replied'\ : fine he is n man of high tone and honorablein As Augustus left, Travers smiled contemptuously I his appearance. His cheek grew neitherred I I neck ; strap !the other end of it over his shoulder .
..L J.IY LJj Y. i I regret exceedingly that :Mrs.! Villiers i every respect and though a jovial and : and to himself ho said, Oil, fond nor while, nor did a nerve seem to trem. ; hold it in your hand, and when you are

.7auu&tv1,15.. : S 1 has determined to leavta BO soon, and 1 must I merry Companion, by no means is he subjectto I youth, dream on, but you will wake to see Lie :his calm eye surveyed thjfeadvancing foe, : ready, tell him to lie down, at the same time
j endeavor her lo defer it until thesfe degrading vices which often I I with as little1 sign of perturbation as a chemist and tha
to persuade next so put the triumph of the man you most despi e.- I gently, firmly steadily pulling on
JOHN R. LLOYD ; :Monday\ when f-rotlfer intends! to It n\'c. I men! Upon an equality wilh the brute creation.He I You may consider yourself secure in the affections : might show while scrutinizing the effervescence strap touching him lightly on tV knees with
.A.. wt1ctLcier: ::1'' want to have Alice as a tranlIilllcUlUl'tllio1{ : is too certainly an eligible match, and I I Ii and devotion of Alice/'illlc.rs, )but ..f some novel mixture. He sat perfectly 'I a switch. Tile horse will immediately lie
/ AU: as far as Richmond at airy rate." i feel assured that mother can raise no objec i Locian Travers is upon your track and will i still with a stall'ot painted iron in his down. Do this a few limes, and you caii
MERCHANT I u You would confer a favor upon me by tions. If tht'reforc'ou. love him enough to himself tppropriate her magnificent fortune, I hand. moot ascended the platform and I make him lie down without the straps.

/ cOI11Ss1ONI I using Jour influence with mother. I shallendeavor : be, able to minister to his happiness, I with I II and he H not a man to be driven from a res-. I immediately aimed a tremendous blow at theLear.ts __.Hc i.JJqJ.J.MWJ: I1.ml,], .rIiHuul'v im-n
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TALT.\H.\ SEE, FLORIDA. to persuade her to remain_but I out hesitation say accent his nrooosa) : butreflect i KU t t rf *" MV -**-*'-fascination.- shuddered, and more than a dozen voices 'I gentle. Love him; and he will lore; you......-
Julj 19. ISiC.;:; -!)-Iy _. j know that she cannot withstand Jour graceful I whether tins may not ue a temporary I by his own tact: and powers of the shrieked, all expecting to see the victim's i Feed him before you do yourself: keep biui
- -- especially the time : feeling on Jour [part. Man ia e is a thing too Woman has always yielded to potency
as i The
appeal, interveningis skull shivered to atoms. general astonishment clean, and at night always give him a good
E H. BERRY, I j is so short. I sacred in its heaven born character to be i of my logic and )Ir. LlIIgsdn) she whom may then be conceived, when they I bed, at least a foot deep.

Auctioneer and Commission I I would haVe thought, Mr. Villiers, thai rushed into lightly and without due cOII:3hlI : you now consider so devoted to you will ere ,I beheld the little iron staff describe a quick In the wintbi season, don't let jour horse
I would be the most anxious of party I eratien.ifliers! I know is de> ;fed to > ou. i long relinguish you for the man horn of all the sword flew fromSinoot's
MERCHANT. you your and ab- curve, as great: cane stand out a long time in the cold, without
return home as surely must de-ire tosco I I obtained the information from his best friend others in the \\"urhl"oU mot detest!! r and l fell with clatterat
to shelter
185.:; SO you I'I'I fingers, a great or covering ; for remember that the
TAU.AH ASSEC, Fh. Sept II blue Kate that Mr.Langsdalc I Langsdale, to whom he confided his feelings hor." I
--- - -- ------- the eyed llaningtun the distance of twenty feet In the hall hors is art aboriginal of a arm climate, and
SS. KNIGHT i accuses you of being so devoted I and likewiFo expressed his intention of ap.pi i T\vas tin's the dark souled \illian nusetIand ; i Tho bathed bully uttered a ciy of \vrath, in many rtspects, his constitution is.as ten>
I to.oy ou must wish to hear the sweet enchanting ,I ( }'ing for your hand. And now. my dearsister r.-juler that you may be more Intimate I wild as that of some wounded beast of prey, I der ns a man's.
AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT I music of her soil voice." ,you have your brother's tews-a brother I II with thi-t deep and designing villian's character and snatched his bowie knife from its sheath ; "-- -" !.

T.VI.L vn \"M-.fc: 1iUPIIA. :Miss Gerald, )"ou.always throw out -ome I v.ho Is extremely solicitious in regard to i I will unfold to you his true nature. He but ere it was poised for the desperate plunge, GENERAL SAM HOUSTON HIGII A>D DRY

E ejteni1crI, iso:;, &, I lacerating jest whcne cr I speak of home.- your future happiness, and who would not was as he alleged born in Carolina from a 'I the little iron staflcut another curve and the -About the mOst conspicuous of all the
-- -- -, -- -- -- I :Miss Harrington Is the betrothed of one of ((did he conceive your choice to be injudicious respectable Ltnily, but not caring to submit bowie knife followed the sword cane. He wrecks stranded among the shoals and breakers -

HIGH! A. COIILEY, i my best frends, but do you not think that ,) cavil an instant in informing you of to the restraints which an anxious and widowed I then hastily; drew a revolving pistol, but before of Know Nothingism, is that stalwart

Attorney at Law, bi"ht"CS such as yours would cause! me to it, even were ho to know that your love would mother saw fit to impose for his own ben- he had time to touch the trigger, his arm man of war, General: Sam Houston. Like
I forget 0 all former loves if.ever I had owned to cause you to suffer by Such advice. ActI I efit, he robbed her, ran aw.y and went to I I was struck powerless by his side. And then, Millard: : Fillmore, Gen. Gnstavns Adolphus
T.\LI..ULS'II=, FL" any !i" I therefore you see proper, but as I have already sea- He went to Boston, and their I desertingfrOHi I I for the first time, did Judge Yell betray perceptible Scroggs, Andrew J. Donelsc-n, John J. Crit-

Januaty 17, 1837.:; Z-Iy I Why, I presume that you are like all the I suggested!! analyze your feelings" and his fillip he became an attendant\ in a I I emotIon He stamped his foot until tenden, John M. Holts, ,Comrr dore Stock

-- rest of men-fickle, but for the sake of argu. I reflect seriously before you do net nmbling es'ablishment. An opportunity pro- ,, the platform shook beneath him, and shout. ton, (:Jeorge Law, and a whole army df others ..*
:Benj. F Young, 1 men we will admit that bright eyes have no Gerald threw her arms around her brother's i sented by whichhmight' rob his employer ., ed, in trumpet tones : desperate politicians of beth the old
I : .Ip r )"f ,);;il ':\ p / l.i i effect when the heart is so firmly enchained neck and said, my denrest brother, tnfi son- I, and better Irs pecuniary condition, he did .I Mr. Clerk,-you will blot this ruffian's Whig and Democratic parties. Old San Ja-
.i -.t ..... ..lJ.l: \ X 1)OIAU1TO1t iJ..:. J J SJ I as"I judge yours to be." timents you have expressed, are worthy of not hesitate to commit the foul deed and absconded name from the roll of attorneys, as a foul disgrace : cit.to was deluded and caught by the first '

IN I.QrtTY: I Anti can you believe that I could love your noilo and} exalted mind. The matter to New: Orleans!' with five thousand I ; to the bar. \I Ir. Sheriff, take the criminal astonishing flare up of the mysterious and

LT. in the Courts! of the Eastern Circuit : any one else but yourself! Can you not see I with me, however, needs no farther reflection, dollars the amount of his theft, and there secure to jail." terrible party of the dark lantern. But the
"ri practice of Floiida and the Federal Courts. 1 that my whole soul is your's-my very existence for my heart whispers in dumb but audible from the power of his outraged employer ) i The latter officer sprang to obey this man dark lantern was a will-o'-the-wisp, ahd has

(OU-ICE AT CAISSTJLLE, ALACIlt (ot:?'rT") I i depends upon your will ? Dear GeI accents that St. Julian Villiers is worthy of a he plunged into every dissipation and excess : date, and immediately a scene of confusion led its faithful followers on their route to the
REFER EX VEX : I raid, you alone have possession of my entire I' pure love, and I am devoted to him" through During his connection with! the gamblin : took place which no pen can describe. Thebravoes spoils and plunder of the government-
CAIT. J. J. LUCAS ) heart. All that I now am, all that I may life. 1 will therefore accept him. house in Boston, he had gained consderablc : : and myrmidon friends of Gth. Away to the lake of the Dismal Swamp
COL. J. D. A IKES, J- t'Iiailtt.tou, 8. ('. jlook forward to be, depends( entirely and sole Well, Gerald, I trust your choice is a judicious insight i into the means! which practiced Smoot gathered around to obstruct the sheriff and the President of Texas ia'ai fast id
'IlA"IB tt: TU'JKl'SOS, ly upon you. You cannot doubt my )love, ; one. I have tio reasons for believing gamblers: use to insure success. lIe was i ; while many of the citzens lent their aid the quagmire as tho Buffalo ex-President of
Du. JAMES' S. Joxts, TatlaJiaffiff, Flo.iun ,1 my passionate, deotedloe. } and canI. receive I it to be otherwise. Lnngsdale, who has successful be\ond expectation and passed his I, to sustain the authority of the court. Menaces tho United States. But the Know Nothing

t ---6. -57.) -- --- 23--.- from your loved lips an acknowledgement known him for years, tells me that ilhers is time in travelling, visiting the large cities and I screams, and horrid curses, the ring of movement, in thus killing oft is extensive
A. PERRY AMAKER, I of ft reciprocity of feeling! Will you: tho same now as always-and entirely free watering places, where he ingratiated him I impending ahd crossing steel, alternate cries catalogue of Presidential aspirants and political
1"FEI3Bir AT LAW not tell me that I may at no distant day call I from all the follies of youth. I will leave self Into the good graces of the wealthy of rage and pain, all commingled with the huckster, has done some service td
I IT you mine, be to you all that a tender and devoted you now, as I know you desire to prepare for young men whom he met and made them his : awful explosion of fire arms, blended together tbe country. We may regret the fate of Gen.
..ALLAIIAb'SEI'LA. I love will prompt me to be Dear Gerald fulfilling your engagement for this evening victims. Possessed naturally of more than I a vivid idea of Pandemonium. But Houston but he must submit to the fortune of
Hay-21-, "1853.:0-- -- dissipate not the bright Imagining of my with Mr. Villiers." With a kiss ho departed. ordinary: abilities, he had improved his mind ,! throughout the tempestuous strife, two individuals war. His late crushing defeat as the Know
Mi WEST of future Going out into the street he metVilliers stan- and at times worked theunstirpecting be, observed asMeadcrs of the
EDWARD spiiit l the bright hopes my by a cruel by reading upon : might Nothing candidate for Governor of Teusj
Law rejection. I know that I am almost a ding alone upon the steps of the hotel, smoking as he had upon Villiers *o as I whirlwind and riders of the storm. The from the
Counsellor at prominent
and removes a politi.
Attorney! stranger to you, but that must be no excuse a segar. The stars were brightly twinkling .. to be introduced into society, and he had new Judge Used his little iron cane with terrible cal arena: but it adds another to that i inter.
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. -you know me now, as yojj ever will, the in the arched dome above, the air dolightful profited by It. Experience had been his : efficiency, crippling limbs, yet sparing esting retired list of distinguished politicians
April 5. 1S5B. 14 devoted lover and pure friend Crjmo tell and balmy and everything unusually school and its teachings were improved.He .- i life. Bill Buffum, imitating the clemency of restored to the sweets of private life.-2V.: y.
10 Peeler -- me, dearest may I hope !I" quiet. St. Julian, as may be divined, was was a crafty, wily villian, the blackness his honored friend, disdaining the use of either Herald, Aug. 18th. *
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Anderson At first Gerald turned as pale 8fI death, meditating Upon the occurrences of the past of whose heart was equalled only by the midnight knife or pistol, actually trampled and

Attorney) and Counsellor at Law but instantly again the crimson hue rtisumed_ few hours. He was so deeply wrapt in darkness of the infernal regions ; and crushed down all opposition, roaring at eve ABOCT: RATS. There are in the city"of

SOLICITOR IN EQUITY I its placo upon her check. She trembled and thought that Marchand could have passed by this dark souled demon had calmly and deliberately ry furions blow : This[ is tho way to preserve New York millions of rats, and ,so rapid is
I 'twas because!\ she listened to the breathingof unobserved. He, hovevcrtalkod up to Vil made up his .mind to attempt a order in court ;" a sentiment which he the increase that they are becoming exceedingly
jrjnr P07r.: Middle Circuit i love from the lips of the only man she ever liers and tapping him upon the shoulder said marriage with ]Mis\ Villiers. Her property lobe I accompanied with wild penIs of laughter. troublesome. The female rat has Usually -*
rradlce attention in the CiurtsnfUie to CAJl1v.till loved. The pleasure to her was exquisite, Villiers, a penny for your thoughts.- sure was the bait. Once secure in the In) less than two minutes the party of the her first litter ofyonng ones when she
T March f Special 21,'L7. paid 12 such as felt but once in a lif .time. She Whv. mv dear fellow I should have hardly possession of her, he knew that the property : Judge triumphed, and the clique of Gen. is six months old, and she has on; ah average'
"' loved Villiers devotedly} but still she struggled supposed it possible to have found you o there would be under his control and he could then : Smoot suffered a disastrous defeat, and the ton at each lifter, and eleven litters during
FLOYD & HOLLAND, the emotions which filled her alone star gazing. Coma with me. I am wish of his soul himself borne
against: carry out the darling -name \ bully was away to prison. the year. As each of her young .begins to
Attorneys at Law. breast ind endeavored Jo be calm. Eve Vil- going to get a good segar, and will immediately ly take a stand wilh gentlemen of the turf.- Such was the debut of Archibald Yell in procreate when it is six months, old, five of
"1T7ILL practice in the Circuit Courts! of Middle hers had ceased speaking she had entirely return." He wished to be looked upon as a gentleman, I Arkansas ; and from that day, his popularity her litters have been breeding lor 4 lodger
>, T and \\ est Florida,and in the Supreme Court recovered her self possession, and for a mo Well, Marchand, f believe I will accompany but his gambling propensities were of such a I as a man, as a Judg< as a hero, and as a or shorter period before the year is but* Andit
f the State.' Aln the District) Court of Florida.of the ment after he had ceased, she awaited appa. you ; but dear fellow you should not nature as to preclude the possibility of look. politician went on rapidly increasing, till e- is thus calculated that oil an average the
ad Stales,in the Northern Ufct! ascertain if be had expressed all he wonder at my star gazing propensity this eve- other to secure the objectof the oldest it set the
H.J. FLOYD. Office Apaduwla! : FJa.D. rantly to ing to any means clipsing names, on bloodyeve progeny of a single pair of rats eijuals 370 a
P. HOLLAND, Office Quincy F :L, wished, then turning her full dark melting his ambition. He knew that the world of Buena Vista. year. Rats may be very tjseful as scaven-
him said Why, Villieru, you are generally in stich who betted to result in certain
localities but
Dec.S2lSSS.: _81; eyes upon looked upon men upon gers tHtfy also destroy
WILLIAM S. DILWORTH, Mr. Villiersyou tale mo altogether by excellent spirits, one would hardly suppose" of a race as gentleman, and wished to bo a A big lump of a boy, on his first examination a vast amount-of property:
for revelation that were ever invaded by the blues. of that though he likewise asked if he could read.Boy.Don't rat
surprise. I was hardly prepared a you gambler stamp was. There are only two public pits in the
Allorney and Counsellor at Law, of this nature, for to be candid with youI Marchand, you are"n party interested in knew that there was.no difference recognizable know. city, though there are a number of privateones. -

MONTICELLO, FLORIDA.riLL was of the opinion that your aflections were tbe cause of my melancholy, and I will there when the subject was analyzed. No mat. Teacher.-Can you spell easy words At the principal of tHe public pita*
\\ practice ;in the Court of the Middle Circuit pre-engaged. I must request time to consider fore tell you why I am 10. I have this afternoon tcr what method maybe adopted to lull the Boy.-Don't know. which i kept by Har JedDng! !, there a
V Y ,and Thon-is and Lownde County, Oa the proportion, and sir, after the subject revealed my love to your sister. conscience in regard to betting, the same Teacher.-Do you know the alphabet T on an average five it killed every
March.gg. 1856._12-ly has received the reflection I feel that it de. has not as jet given me a decided :answer, reprehensibility is attached to the gentleman Boy.Yes.'i'eacber.Try. week, or atgee 26,000 ar. Those

LONG A GALBRAITH, mands, I will give yon a final anlw r." and the suspense has'engendored 4 depressed gambler as to the low and vulgar card dealer this word. who keep pay petiee each (oral, rats
least Tell state of mind. I think too, that I hate 1 very \r'.io: makes a bUI'D3U of it and openly' avows them. Tbe rats
ATTORNEYS LAW TALIAHAMEE, FLA.MA. Bat, Gerald, bid me at hope. Boy.-H.o.r-se.Teacher.What brought t a caught. byprofeuionalrat
Lave auoci- me that hopes are not vain and ground little to hope for. Her manner was to perfectly his profession. But we will now introduce a does that spell I IBoy.Don't catchers or by stable boys,
1 .LONG 4 J.B.G ALBEAITH my calm and apparently careless aa to
new character. know. butcher boys and There are only
of Law. They lei .
d tbemtelree in the practice that the on
will attend the Courts in-tle Middle Circuit,the Supreme The young roan in hiA earnestness forgot make me upon reflection [TO BE CONTIXl1JD.: /] Teacher.-What do you ride on at home t four professional r i the city ;
Caurti and the District Courts of the United bit horses-tbe n ins dropped from his hand. revelation of my love had awakened no responsive ___ Boy.-Oxen. one o these catches on a average 4,rU

State atTallahauee. lie, however, immediately recovered himself, chord in her heart.JJII How old art you, Pete !I" asked a South- Teacber.-1'ry this word. every
Office opposite the Court Home. her and looking OW. Villiers, do not allow a little thingof B-r-e-a-d. To nigt certain oils which
turned to .
October and seizing the reins, She em planter of one of his grav-headed negroes Boy,- they use a.
28. 18S4. IT
anxiously into her face awaited her re. that kind to cast a gloom over you. I one day. ., TeacheT'What: does this spell tBoy. tc the'Vermin* Sometimes they 'use .
RICHARD,BRADFORD, ply I .. has told me all, and from her language If I dunno, masss-I feels bery old ; "spec .-Don't kntiw.Teacher. rot. btthiIonot thrive Hi this eewtiy.Oae .
Villiers case is hardly would by no means consider yoar cue a hundred. .-What do eat at home I genUeaan.wbo brought
ATTORNEY AT LAW No. Mr. your You_" I'se about fire or six thh.ee t
certain but hopeless one. this country'within a
; BO.1.-Panldn. :
'tis means
but by no ,
hopeless, te-mOt ua
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. with your permission we will change the conversatioifto .. Well, then, she has arrived at a len definiteconclusion. If Landltfrd,".'said Jonathan,the other day, Teacher.-Try this short. word oilt M8 |" 'a& ;
Teft Marchand me
Poet Office me, '
in the
Office Building.)
( B-e-d.
other subjects. to the bar in, a public house, Boy.- C -cliorsee- I
excited. stepping "
May 28. *67. 21" to'be what is i't 1" ViI er. was Very much Teacber.--Wbat does that spell IBoy. t e PK94 *he ,rat' :
U Why, Miss\ ,Gerald,you appear very "Bo calm friend.I "jest give ui a cent's worth of,Key* England, ,.o' ra.ot J
Marehand replied my .
bat Dou't knoAr- .h.laU
SCOTT of such1'vital-hnpor.tancetotnyieif. tUmHers. Here Jim .-*
matter ,
regardless as to a that she had arrived at any con- and put it Into two ., l to. .
AYirORNlEV AT LAW dfcf not uy I lhal she hsJ expressed i. take bold ; away with the expense, I say, Teacher.-*What 60 yOU slesp on *' &vetael arrives wit&, ** Oj(4MJ
did "
VHlfors but the sub.jeci elusion, nor 0' oj'-Sh..p ikiiu. ..i borne -* .
MOSTICELLO, FLA a By no means,' Mr. to She will! lo thus wbto a Joliowu_ on a hut. I onIoa-Y. w*. .
I to BW- bet lerimaation: me... ,_.___ n .,
: JOo.1sIz. 30't.t1ja j if changed would be agreeable of' ,. -4 tl''' ."



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I So true it is tliat know], :. -- ?faifve Cotton. From: the-' St. LouIs Democrat. Vttk I I Hart Macop.did Ga.." he knew nothing s,f r *."j .
In Trouble. h him that I not'ebame tU 'crime, O'n ,him.
: Col. Tltaa
t t exprevcd his regret.that it had 1'
FORT MYERS, FLA., Sept 14, 1857. Last evening Col. Titus f nd one or two of his I oceuire baj
would be benefit to fisht to charge it on the offie, and did" *
I j [Reported fvr tht Saranntih Daily (Georgia] this friend* were standing kt the bar 1h the saloon talk1 so. '
this in Ms. EDITOR-While on a scout near place, ral reasons prevented' my Immediately f.Te'
countiy particular, Philadelphia Bank Kxcttement. since I lan about matter ID Nicaragua, the Coining quite the office' for such an ii.sr.lt offered toVnSu
o the Colloo hatchec River a few days the i
should become extinct. and thumping
i PJIILIDELZ'IIA, Sept. 25tlu-From -the monetary emphatic language Occasionally daughter, 1st-It wa the pb.ee of ih f.jT" "mlMr
found n large quantity of wild cotton. This cotton I with his fit. His excited"manner caught
-* of civilization and of J i counter
E. Denni take
tv the
excitement in this city there was held to day a who lit- peo. r matter j in J.an.
gcu.ral t of maudlin was
the rivtl attention a gentleman
f in low near srmJ
s growing a marshy { e the
; have guilty If
Eat would }probably be ; conference of the Presidents of the Bnnk*._ and who felt it his duty under the circutnColoiieli one punished be eould iJ
ting by, eon.
er when firt discovered I could hardly IxTieve ] victtd. 2d -0ut of ri-garth to time
: ; I
therefore lie the firm ,,
not justify- the reeled to j, f
They resolved on the maintaining a stances to defy op iv:
temporary su A Co. of
I the (act, but upon examination I found it to be cotton conversation, f Herring one to
any Arbitrary or opp ension of at all the bunks counter, mid while interrupting wish that I Would not m
payments on ; prvweru, j
I a.
in its crude uncultivated. tatc. This cotI received a d-11 mid n push from the Colonel, which would Injurs'
;< 1 India Government, Hwits, and also note dollars. hi is store and their standing a* rmmerhani
p on exceeding ten nVisfnnee ,
lml. the
floor. Ht by ,
him the aro* .tu41
of Nankeen cotton but I rent to
ton ha time a.
upon this blo dy out { ThS\ is to go into effect to-morrow (Sept 26th.) ajipearance of' thosestanding 1 by, nnd! while again talking in hi* i g ain, I wr.s mllijui'.seJ] to let the ln'ult frou, ,
think this is caused by the red bug, which seems to th jahike to hate mv name with that
that peace and order j Money Brokers excited and others drunken phrase, recicd u very e\'ere blow ncr >* olmv tLsugime
are highly
j ore erehuied b.r.ursn iii.
The advance of British fearfully!! iti a h have time same effect on the bolls as rust on the stem- |the j title of the head, from a cane in the hand of the ,( im pith-He in u imIri;,. a man.
panic. this is much like the iIflnjpin i- A moment two uAeTT Cm
The loaf of cotton very wa now enraged Colonel. or
I an intf-retting chapter It i is recommended ; But what tW I receive in return
to all exaggerated ward Jimu the of the Planter's house, for mv r i .
shape, but from the feeling of the leaf and *, porter rpcning
i I In I 1G32 say* a New York | report* of total failure. ( citnte by and seeing the drunken fellow all bleedingthe I .nee T 1 have never charged .Mr. ilwHv wit? .
sh oftime bolls would it to be upland. I : the letter ;
one suppose .ntUfeehargrltIe
ape ad.1 shame I Iand
: scanty K-a\e accorded j from wound on hi*car, said it was ;
T his cotton grows very high and seems to be nwetly would do such a thing. At o* (h-LRoIdei4Jm.qtIO 'i..that the
that Writ'Ingu.
Money Panic no gentlemen
at n elation to the south- j In Philadelphia-Dank: { : Jflne 2-Ij wu ;
Failure. barren, but thi I Uiink, is owing to the thiekne this the porter showed tight, when the Col. put hi* |comikie, his own. Thu be .Citfl.

) ;I In 1656 they gained PmIILtnu.rmIu, Sept 25.-The Bank of Pennsylvmto I f the growth Thi cotton Is so well adapted to hn'id afyund Under lila cout tail and drew a revolv- 1 j l lelgel J for before aVKTnt sll other week Time matter reIe4 1 thu

1 trading purposes on one nia has to-day suspended payments. There i Ia a the climate and coil that It grows all winter ; it t e r. and wa* proceeding to level it ogainst the porter. I er way once beard trf Mr, Mssehy*, tlmtring Lih t1 i ne,.
*. In 1630 they built when some 4me knocked lilt hand down j just in MTInZ denied tL
In 1704 they h heavy run on all the bnnk and general panic alarm may seem unreasonable to you, sir, but I am confi- ; time to lodge the load of the pistol in the flour not > w ritiimg'. iliccostikif, ititts 2d." TIme 'rite t;,
Hoojrly. M.eon.n.1
receive the
i in that city. i dent that I saw some stalks that are at least fi jir or two inches from the Cl's Own foot. Time excite- J above Inftrmtmon, "that

j William, with a garrison The Girard Bank in this city also refines to pay five years old. It is found nio'tly in the vicinity of I ment was great and several jumped in to separate two letters the were 2d June sent U Jt Micon.<" ln.th pre.jd
i-tatiou at Madra*. tile tamps on $ M 3ito
deKiitor the parties The CoL wa dragged J
| Business in lime city is almost the! river. I wont with Col. Rogers and others, it ho j.I the and wl.hcs me t clmr
j hifn .
I when Fort William was j door, where he. pain leveled h.i$ pistol but did not cTtlif !
1 suspended and surprise is depicted I'oiu- I with the to look How wa I t,, do it Was it
I upon} every are well acquainted cotton plant at 1 fi re. The police noon caine up and marched both ur* for Liii, ti,
in 175'i, and the English { lim-If Had I he
i ime ?
i nit-rcial countenance. j t!his cotton, and they nil pronotinced it cotton growtl'| drunkvn men and the Cub off to the luck-up. i not aekniwhejge.j to inc thl tJm
j that Clivt- came to j l Utter.wa* mailed at Micco ikie ? tihI
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the w holt- force that could ; Another Large Firm failed. { ing, natunilly in an uncultivated soil. j jj Ii {' Chancing Clothe- ** j: |borne nnd! ever have, to charge the act against naif V .
j I hate other new Mr. Editor that would in- Mu But what
imO is the '
| thousand men, Knjrli-h I! B'-STi-y, Sept. 20.( -lA>vejoy, an extensile Cl >th- j l The nod of Kentucky wa in se* 5on. The sub ley. return Imare for tiiL.
is I' i ing firm, ha* failed in u large amount. f: tere't yon or' your readers. For the last four or : je--t (raising the siilaries certain professors was fiTbeawnc.. and when- had the fact imr. .tt1
it that
i 1
; I i I>. I), (of whom his nephew, the new Vice President, i iiigthe circtim.tnnce of an assault nmde I
Bank Panic fit Weather, Form-thing that is very rare in tlii* cmiiiry. Iy the
| : fn'in that time i.tt.a.lily Philadelphia. j wad, "If t.ncle Robert had been appointed to a j m aiLl Moseley on i.ie. in which 1 received emireg
At the elo-e i.f they ar Pmi.\r>LLrBM, Sept Vt.-Tlic excitement on mon- j t Old Billy i* ?afe for the present, the Big Cv- | command in Mexico, they would have been fighting abue 'which nay [K tjona a mann u ar:4

| m v matter -till continue?, creating trouble, anxiety ;j \pre-} and Everglades are flooded with water, and t o this time !") was on the floor, making a speech in Christian profeot.r reventrd my rCscntlig, Jj
< Madia Wil
at an Fort I will allude time
an.l di-trii-f, all oter the city. I I not only these but the whole country is afloat-opI opposition to the measure. It had been said that to abote advcrtjeefneflt
l territory until it i-nt. i minister* of high Mantling aud large meMiiclothed do I find here 7 h 3Iy name sail that or .
The B.uik f I oration carried by the boat : my ilailgim.er
j <> Pennsylvania U pa\iiii; IH' s-j arc being on companies t 1mra1iled bkre fime
:mile In 1826 \ i in fill; linen, and faring sumptuously every day, iitje.I cLsprJ mdi-
pquarc.miles and i The Mechanic** Bank i rodeeining its Slo 1.lhi.- but, the horse companies ill have to wait until did J, not sympathi/e with tlrtfce whose salaries were j i rectly at Ieu>t, with being Unrmtonanie,., nUiiitn-

: square ; now, |' The CJiraT'I redceimy/iv but refuse* chcjues. Thu the water gts off the gronnd so they can travel. j! sinnH.) To thi Df. Breciinridje) wau replying.I .- 1 sed to do the hftitect of act inn* by injuring a man*
and ftrtlur it
: conquest, other I5.mkare inotly tn.ing checks on them. If Uncle Sam will give u* plenty to cat and the I ,. fifout- d the ideu thnt Mhiiflers lire for money, character cause.- Here i the name of Ci>
square miles, and l li ( or desire the luxuries the world. As for Hmmelf J Ji El Dcfini*. Pos(1rastet( heading a lut .4 f iuWrfl
Time S5iii Institution weather will continue 1 have I
i requires two weeks notice dry, no doubt but that
i of Inhabitants. t tI i he challenged any mant nc think that not more I befiTr payinjr any check*. Old Billy will have to hunt new quarter in a short frugally than hifclf. Dfntring himself up to his 'j of f the Micconkic office (!) when it wa* iie l.lsee-

I [ On receipt of the new* at Fh'.Iadclphia: that the time. Colonel Roger' regiment is very healthy at full hefglit. and standing six ftct hith at least, he ; to have investigated this matter at the l%ini .

i have been employed, i| Baltimore Bank* had peiidcd payment, the ex i t his time and in good spirits. displayed his proportion irodneLtiinetl-"As to My regard for communication* made in the eo
limits of India. The i ii the fine line if thtfe i is a man on this floor who mon courMs of conversation, forbids
citcmeul in to\vn became additional and much more Respectfully, your ob'dt scrv'nt, ,' my iutlishing
i Company paid were j :: ilrei'HC') more plainly than I do, I offer to exchange j i iI the sentiments of borne of the persons wlioI hat5
(Ton era I. The Trade-men's Bank, however eontinTies1 C. F. C. signed that certificate. I
into regiment and drilled I clotheii with him thi* fnoiftenf/ I am not diujxxwd twI ecu
I <' i1.1 y vverpthing and al'o the North American __ 1 Directly ia frost tif the MoJcratof, Mid in' sight I ure any who, from feelings of friendship mind sympafh

: ] f native soldiery emnnan- B.tnk. The following Banks pnyjirt/t The t President BUIIA.NAN is at prevent oft a visit j of m i1 of thffmerfibefn. R at the Rev. -Kopkin*. | ?. >ry be deposed to give their name* t /the"-

acting ms auxiliaries Cotninorcial, the Philadelphia, nnd Manufacturer to Lancaster, Pa. '| one of the planting clergy-a fcliort, thicfr set and i clearing of a character under sutplHon. Bat I aur

] >ent- -the well known i iI -- ; rrtund brother hotc circumfercnctt exceeded hi* j jaltitude. opi osed: to such an ftpIrfC proceeding as the s-

in time PresiJen- and Mechanic The Fanners'and Mechanic* give (Graphic Inscription of tho Ilffrrfcan. -anJ in this respect, no man in the house i j bot e to elenr a post office t f such so offence. I Lsre
I Bengal ,
j r-pecic i for (tin. The Northtin Liberties and the 1'ur-cr Denivm, of the Hteauier Empire City, 'J 1 pre enCeil so gtrontf ana string a contrast with I Ii UJ> B the failnre of Mr. DeuuU to take tin* nutter

rcbillioii-number, in all I, Western carhyfi iu caecs of necessity. which left Havana one h-iif after th9 Cental A i( J Jmerica the tall mid courtly! Xeiitnckian. But the propoition | iu Mnd, written to the proper authorities Ws.thj -

i i than l.is'O disciplined t Time IfemU of to swap el"tImeii had hitdlr et. ajfed: the lips of j I ington to have it investigated. Tliat"ithem4mmM.
to the trtizii.nyofall Penii. Town-hip HIK! the Conuolida- thus graphically describes the f lorm \! the ppeakef before Hojikin wrim.led hi iH )fout I J j in which it *f>all be sfttled.

l tio I.ank liiv totally suspended. All pay certified On the 12th it blew a hurricane, lulling at ir'fr' J of his scat and on ILlS feet and cried out : | What evidence have th.-'e men who have sigatid

) Wellington to Napier, checks except the Giranl Bank and some receive no val, only to blow harder. The force of time gale at r ".Mr. Moderator, I'm hit man !" j I{I the above certificate of the innocence of the Mc

| t well commanded to fight deposit*. this time exceeded anything in my previous expe I The elfeft fainstantaneous an-f trcmendouii! cotikie office ? The J rf>of of the innocence of the

I =. In time Bengal pre i- The rience. / can compare it only to the roar of ftenm j The'imsgefI'echinria1ge. 'i'it7hi1a long arm and: office which ha Wen placed before he puMi u the
Washington Bank Washington I). C. only
broke out, there were from an tscapt T>!]*. lAirtng nil this time a low, j I I"gloomy K-ps l protuilini; from Hopkin's toggery, was up be- I copy of the Post Bill which wa cent there from
} ays frM and small checks. TIme other Banks are cloud sky shut out both sun and etnrs ; (he i I Ira for* the eyes of the Synod. TlM'y eonkl see nothing Macon. Here let me rail time attention of the pub
whom it the
i aeiim. by in conference as to the best mode of action.In l did not rUein heavy waves, but jfait one plane
iI i ; 4SiKXiarc now besieged Baltimore vday there was a meeting of the offijvin, crver which, was- 'Jrjvoa Lv) the force of the j pave way to uncontrollable laughter in which noi | nothing more or less than a copy of the Pmt Bill

I wind a heavy mt of spray i ene joined so )Hfnrt'rty' as the discomfifted fpttiker. I eent by Mr. Motley as Ppstmi *ter, from the ilic
president* of the Banks, and they resolved uponthe Our) sihip b'-IKTcd well, but I'oIIfd at *>nie* very i fosukie office to the Macon office. It is true, that

i :, learn through n private totaV MWpeB-iion of all specie payment Trade h heavily and the jmsjengers were nmot heartily j lft''t TO AS AMERIC.IX-We Hear that:the Emperor I the number of letters prepaid and those free mast

I Thomas Baltztll,,, M quite stagnant and the people wondering what frijrhtrtie.l. On the 13th, the gale not abating, got | Inis Napoleon| not long since caused an in- I: corresj.ond with the Poet BilL But what say this
m will come next. 61 of U>f fiilf t>t tram and slowly made our way j i
: ( .) has recently been ap- I 'tofl-an tlw land, as our joal by this time began to ;government would ]permit Lieut. Maury, U. S>. N., 2d June, prepaid by stamp" What doe this

-i jint Engineer at the The Banks and I give evidcTK of exhstiorm, and we found we could to receive from him the cross of the Legion of lion weigh in oppooition to the fact of Mr. Mo eley LST-
of Bunlncn not make 5 e* York without a further I(mI jug said that the identical IttUr
appointment one np1y.Not >or, that, having referred the question to Washington wa*mailed at ilio-
Washington Csty to-day ((2Cth! the Bank of the3Ictri.1isli
i be gratifying to his L I ) knowing where we were, Cj .iin MeCiowan answer has been returned that under our law cosukieand when the eircum tanee of the letter be
; is firm and paying even thing. The iVi had to gr'ipe his way alone, ana finally, on the no one in Lt. MV. po.-ition in the public service can ing received without a stamp and escaping the no

; Sj.it, w }here he is know n I triotic Bank and the Bank <>f WHshington only oftcrifr! of the 14th, in the mid-t of a heavy rnin receive a testimonial from a foreign government. tice of the office is so easily reconcilable to common

amoral character, and][ | pay fives and small check There is every confi- storm, which shut in the horizon to within a few }\' cnthuMa'in s1mi'i lenetfi* ahead], and n frightful marked MX cents it is the '
in his proi! deuce felt in timeit- an-l wu runuing as [ : duty of the office to see
I t guarantee of future emij j ability integrity. the find hud partially abated we found ourselves' j WVME.V TO Hvt .% VKTK.-.-Tlie Kaiia cot' if the/etfers corftrpfind i-tr "the bHI. Here are
? Is-Baltimore the money market is lower on the ju t nbrTTt t*> ran over the Wreck- a barque with rt-rpondent cf llie Chicago Tribune writes that in I two letter and any man who has had any expert

r I I i ttroct. Railroad ,bhare* had advanced on the Ktrftt 1r inizzen-mast rniy 'tat.lmImr.! sma4 a'1 fhe cr.n->trjnen e of the word "male" before residents ence in Po-t Office matters, will tell you' that it I*

I In TIiarlcMon, i I Tlie Satinet Bunk and all other had totalv! rr* |l lead usive us t-r fathoms. ; beir g nMtlc 1 The crew of the bun{tic f! c--raI4 plaint: 'cc --n ttriimdmi-vl; l the won.en, making the n Tot -rat h j escape lime notice <>f the Postmaster particularly if
> at iUi f.jrcnoon
the Columbia >lr ponded 1 & *I
wys >n : ) her dc.-ks but we could not hlj> I the poor (ei1ow.fi.j" uiproaehinn October election ia the Territory.Ihv .- t the iutiie"i>fl .trersc-.rfei-poiid with) the Post liilL

; ; that Mr. Miller. ajij>o.nr '.l KiUsfied. we were running on a shoal off Cape I >,'koiit, Indies will in-i-t on exercising the ritfht thus !; And even Hiprosrf they rhoAild hare sern the letter

State at Charlcrtoii, was : In I'liilttjflphia time Hunk of J'ii'pburat Harris j ten miles froti the land, HIM! i-tir only! hoatlifi : unwittingly conferred upon them. j j jAdvertisement. inJManqt-il, what are the?? titee? markdi>in:* V.here

r of f2UH/>, an-1 made it I bur;:, Reading anJ l>ancHnter ImJ sinpend In 1 would not bare livc.l! a miuiient. Of course, the { the tftuip LouM have been f Wa* thi of it* lf not
I fir-t thifti was to gu about and, in slt.iimg l *4P, at the iI i sufficient idmce to the r. tma-ter th of Charleston, which he !'! B >ston, Mas., the accounts nceiv JKre tr day] i j rk of having decks swept, w Iny irith cm* deL tictuaUy [ .] j I hurry of opening a large wnrf\ irc-pas-tr.eut-

I .. Batik of the stnUha (f2'Xi! cj.t.I) tate that much cxci* <' it cxWt'd in I' it is
i v- I | tiarly prrftru'lieular t'jKtmfJf'i n. and with MR. EMTOK regret very mncb the necessity which for Surely a matter iu whkh any man using! ct-m-

I \ The Tiller of th l thcity in <-<5iifc, nutfice of iii iut cr7 ndJc>( frofti wi fiiijhtt'1"! I'IIII.t hv comic irbcitt again wind]L em me before the public \iinlieation of my character ;-- I mon re *e, would not belonzH deriding. And thin.)
i but charges bare >. and what i the
the IO-T He 5 Mid Pliilnd Jpliia, but as the Jiaiika har rcctnlJy n i il.irqe sli. ir\ij>*rtd aroun'l which in the absence of come eon | charge ihe"? fndirectly make, w Lee
I At t'mi is tinir blew ouf *- rll Inlo in u in the lat tendcmmvs.rtfix
aiMitioii- u F the imenil tradlctlon. ma; be bvlieve'1. ant I fed it incumbent on mil extremity the pen
) attempt to destroy the tpeeie, tImy remain finn..I c-f of the boiler which them thn the medium of inf of lhI.tTor aftvr tto taken
filled utsimv)
LI'c one th? cabins with' t .ujrh TourpKlxr. U 15 ne- out of time office
... 1
mI.., V. V.. .1 l .... u.u "I'i'W eonniiFeou* ones left. ir:' jij M <.u | > onur-isunnniT of IDC knDJrCl that at Macon 1 That it
: J tin i should state that I have been, mnre Jannanr was opened by a relative of
) last
c.-jileli to the Colnrn-;, money prevjuie.In : Afto-r th?' frtr"!!?.} an nnxioTs ni'lif fecUiiijour emptortxla > my
{ way a Cleric for Mwsrs. G. W. Herring & Co" ofMiccooukie, 1 daugafer. TL5+ i* au inult to time best feeling
) NS, It has be< n 3i New York a circular was i&sucil by all the with the \\i\4. nt wishint: fru."r far from shore, ami hate also been acting as Clerk la the Post Office at that which characterize our nature. That a man
] I liartle" Bunks as our coal- Wimb nnrW eaji-nHH, sail yet afraid to pUc-. 1 hare generally opened, made upa paying Teller cf raying that all ci'lie'tiumlft]l maturing out of' I j in f I IMr. wsjing-the attributes of a gentleman should do ik>
I run >r far < f bcinii Li.st. If Iiad
J ) <-rii Bank, of this city, i iJ time city be. either recalled or be subject to drafts on the beach not < Eonl we touched; John S. Hurt allot** thtil, csf fife fl dmydJgneIaM, i' bnc an act a* to open the letter >f a young lady,
would )
a hs\e been saved in the lie Dialled a letter at Jhis orc iirccU-J to hia daughter. who is hi* near relative and she fur off from hoiiieI
J the Fiiii of 'jrarv J. llarl. ttwn at Macon Oeorcja, and that the ; on a visit. It U an iiifAmous chare and ttrel-
h I
j nifrht. lc saitl letter is ereIi'ri l i 1w *? . Mis Mar ,
arrested in ma< ont In-t *
Wilmington j iiient.- All! Bank here at Cape Hattcras and
icin and there light the office it adviser
btrong are | fur J. Hart received the k-ttef dlreoteii in ao uuknown bandmn.t I or *, from ignorance or stupia-
1 J to Charleston and none I no fcight fucjif nniou*. the first time knew "herv we wert-. Wet, enefojetfin acoiiimitn rntt-\v\i\ \ wUAoul a tt ; brtiied, and exhmi-.toJ, weftItlike giving three i kept Itse envelope IiI Rr return borne shorn e.] it to her fallier. | public through the medium of Mf.-M ithont
j sley,
hearty: ( che-c-r \ ext mmrnm-iimg. commenced who compfalns of thIs office, and flnalha.i I underi i
Financial ) tcarinsrii |. : considering how closely matter cf thJi ilnd will lei
lmiteIIIgcice.NE' ln-rths fHft. rhargt thfbrfnliny of a letter even to this offlii i
YORK (> in theftccrat,"", bulk head, crates, berth :' While hU charge ii mdelw. distinct terms n&iimt tAe ctfii-t, i t investigated when brought before the public
:I predicts that by the firot Sept. 2Lllmi'icItomi (X. J.j i banks slat*, ladder*, boat*, it'e., burning them with our the report has gone iorth that /uru the guilty man and no j I think I have said enough on this subject-it i is
j I nre firm. In Cincinnati and Iliclunond there have coal to eke it >uf, and were about to commeiirt other name Is mentiom-d buff mine. Thus it becomes me. to !
-r, at least one huinlreJ our cabins reached ; aiuwer to.tKcharge; an l besides, having made up the ) unpleasant, even painful tome, to have to appear
l-een no failures. In Wlu-clinir, the citizens have us we Norfolk. rfTnil on tam M of.line mtVIf. no one in thla'offlce save me i j jI in this manner before the public-but it isa matter
of New York will be Ie'l the I coul.J have |K-rpetra1ed, the outrapp. forced on me. foweser' un1cennt. these
ree : on I c4 mnans. Tim e j time Irnnk sufcpen specie jiayuiento by TI E FINANCIAL CEI.-I-..-We have locked 7ith iYiterest i i pforft I have clenrfj-anq.merir.wifi l law before of my Mr.innocence.Hart but. though I have had every these one are necessities" and I am prepared to face them

i nearly i>Ue, the foun fiji. intellijT'-nce from CljarK'slon, New Orleans elM? who has seeo them is satUfled of my entire innocence, as such and shall do so. \Vhen my rights, not only
jet Wf. Hart hnms'out! in his old opinion and allows the ira as an American citizen but in
ainl other Southern cities a* a gentleman society -
; sii-J the great i-lothing Great Dry Good Failure. Thus far we have prrMiov) i-prcad tLat I am gnllty of a charpe wTHch, if true, are not orfj"disregarded bttt abused and when I
; It 5 is NtwYOIK heard of no bank supcrision South of would be sufficient to sink my name to everlasting infamy.
nUtte'l that : Sept. 27. -Garner; A Co. the heaviest Washington.
women 1 I have seeraiprooi of the error of thtcharjre which I it" complain of it, am insulted and abused by a niero'
) I York from }>luc<- lure e dry good dealers in the city, have failed. We perceive tlust the citizens r-f Wheeling have would re
I ui work fr"ii the c1i I- Their liabilities) are a million of dollars.WAIIINOTOK recommended the bank* of that city to suspend, no i I I! Act.The however Poetmaster, 1 is so at conclusive Macoo w'as that Written* mrt aLate!<>,' with it'; a rc
; t-tf ih doubt as n precautionary measure to them that he would send a copy of the4 Post-Bill received from up to the public aa a false accuser, surely it i is timer
> nise aii ) way home apaift. TJ'<-' Cur, Sept. 28.-All the Bank* in j jI against the effect of the general panJc,. and the I rinds exactor with the account kept at the Mlccomikie P. O. above stated, which can and will be established

bnve looked for K-fvant I this city! suspended this morning draught upon their sptcie by the banks of othi-r {1 the 2d June, bothpr&fLii'f&.VttUnps.stales that two letters were If sent one to of Macon those let-oa soon before public ct>urt, I cannot but think

nI $cFvaTmt "irln n ill l' oki Tlie Blinks at Ali, a smilria have partially: .- cities. 1 i Lets \a tn .t been thus pre-paid, it wa the duty of the Tout-: that a sensible community will decide that I hav*
'Ufj'crileJ. master at Maoort to have made the correction on the bilL_ acted of should
gentleman act
l i very glitd twfiir/i then < Fortunately fvr the South, the new crap of cotton But it appears that there was no correction made, and lht> independence
t > further commTOicalkm desired will
*. o is. or even
I M. at Macon thereby acknowledges thaf the two lcttcnprepaid
i ] } for )hnnpry laborer.i v ill coon serve as the basis of bills on England, by stamps and sent from Miccoaukie on the J<1 of i be noticed for twt reasons : First, I have taken the

J' ) ill be wanted before Jan- t JVcrr York Bank*-Ileportcd I'ailurcM. uhich will be equivalent to time annie amount of ,! June, were received with tta afj nrf them at Macon artfl'if j nece&arv steps, in the negligence of..MrVDenci to

I[ ); ,, i i- opinion thut Nfcw YOKK, ."-ejpt. 28.-Money 5 14 utringent ; the specie in the vaults of our bank* ; though i if it should I '| MIM have Marc been I. Hart removed recei\e after her Ifs letter arrival teiOuitit\ at Macon a stamp, ahd ,no it {I IiiimIt inform the proper authorities in N nshington, and

liuiiks; arc firm. There i Ia w>me excitement in AlI be deemed to I one connected with the Miccoauklc 1'ott OceeoWd bare solicited their immediate attention to the? matter.Secordlv .
gloomy a j ropect f for j i I bany, in the Savines Bank necessary protect themselves from the j been frailty of Ihe charge. regard for the feding and positions of
department ; elsewhere recoil of the j I have called on several gentlemen In (this
great revuNion of the North it I vfclMty, who others '
laboring classes of 2 might L some not iniolved in thus
necessarily communicatkb -
ei< all wa quiet and confiddnt in favorable have been kind enough to listen to all the circumstance!
a re-ac be prudent to adopt the Wheeling policy. Such I i to hear th* proofs of ray Innocence. They acquit me of tie bwt who would ewtainly be placed in

tion. a course would, under justifiable circumstance- j!I charge and have given. me the certificate below, which I am I' an unpleasant situation should I be furcca longer

i WITH }Iaxmai.-- In New York city nine of the lending Bants i 001.ve to increase the present undiminihod, confidence i' at liberty bare to thu pubIiih.I *, Mr. Editor, as briefly as I could, laid thin to somctlrtiit so- uspeaant to my feelings as a con"

j of the London Timt sueil H circular ussuring the public of their ability in matter before the public, for no other purpose than to defend tinuation of thSr advertising. The matter will I
j our Bank, and to relieve the anxiety of ray reputation. Respectfully yours, Ac.. hope, be settled ia d'ue SJtne by lavas it shotrid be,
of all hostile procecd-: determination to maintain the specie bai 5 bclieving ,- our CMiuncrcial community.-Harannah A'tici, Sept. I A. A. MOSELEY. JOHN S. HART
28 that the
[ of
tendency and
Spain, says it was done I specie produce I
; France and England I I M on to arriw in New York, wotiM enable the The undersigned citizens Miccosukte, having been call
NtcaniMhlp DIvanferN.Tlc I ed upon to examine Into a matter In reference to the openIng OBITUARY.At .
leave Spain to the con- present [ ressiirf.j appallinsr h>*8 of life on the Central A mer I of a letter directed to Miss Mary J. Hart, Macon, Ga.. Key "West. Florida, Tuesday,13th nit, of Yellow Fever

; that one of thcfe j The exchange on Philadelphia was 10 per cent: it A" has nopafalle) in the animals of Anu-ricflnstenni- they and mailed have carefully at Mircosnkle.examined Fl,.,the June subject 2d, 1857 and, Certify are clearly, That Mrs. JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH CAROLINE, wite of

danger of the United S The Bank statement shows a strong Hpccie column- gliifi rmvipatwfi. Tlie neare-t approach U the disaster convinced, by the proofs exhibited to them, that the opening Dr. J. J. MAXWELL, and daughter of the late CapL Joe*;!:
i which btfcl the Aictic ()said letter could not have occurred at the Miccoaukie Poet Jones, Liberty county, Georgia, 17
steam-hip aged
of Mexico, and cudanI In the Mrect rntcf, Sonic ca-"es for money reach 27th of on the Offlce. years. _
Sept ember. l
1854 which
I by something like And tnw undersigned willingly that
certify the
cent month. gentleman
Spnin's plan was to ]light per per Heavy failures are reported three hundred and fifty lives were lost. The steam who made up the marl In which the letter referred to was
ii, rpintnf Sn.h. A....a j in Richmond, Petersburg, and Norfolk, Ya. In ship San Jrancioef*. brfomrinir fo fln> Tarrfif Moil .pnt Mr A- A. MOM>|L T. tine kn ha* HPPTI In nnr nolirhhnp. c- are authorized to announce C.

Commanicutions had Wilmington, X. C!., there was slight excitement but Steamship Company, which foundered in the At such hood,an has Imputation.eeo. borne a good. character, and wa believe hinfabov BRYAN as a candidate for re-eletion to the ofika

no failure lantic on- the 25th of December, 1858, was lost'nn- E. DENNIS,p. at, K. T. PEEBTMAN, of Clerk of Loon Circuit Court, at the eleotiJa in Oc
agents of his had ar- der circumstances similar many respects to the TV. L. DENNIS, O. W. HKRRING,
background, and contin disaster which has just occurred ; but the number KEONIDA9 BTTtD, R. 3. HERKI5C' *ber next.
The Nashville Bank. B. F. BYRD.
*, was a plan, mooted of lives sacrificed was much less-.not varying far THOS. W. CARR, F. A. BYRO. WE authorized D.
NASHVILLE, TEXX., Sept 28,-Private from are announce
dispatches two hundred, including 150 U. R. troops. T. K. LIO: ARD,
Mexico into a received from Nashville.Tcnn., state that the Bank Taking a retrospect, with a view to recount the iv. GvN as: a candidate for re-election to the

Bourbon on the throne. of Nashville had failed and closed its doors. Great various catastrophes which hove befallen ocean Slit. EDITOR-Nothing is more unpleasant to my office of Judge Probate of Leon eonotj at thi

writer (adds, could it be consternation. steamships owned in or trading with the United feelings than the circumstances which compel me election iu October next.MR. .

of a civil States, we find that the following have been entirely to reply to the above advertisement But justice

the effect of throw The Providence Bank lost: to myself a proper regard for truth,a sense of duty tKi- EDITOR:-Do us the favor te announce

of the United States. PROVIDENCE, R I., Sept 28,-The Banks in Providence Name. Fate. Valuation. to the all community in which I live and the public at in your next issue,for the office of Sheriff for ti..
large, impel me to notice the above writing. I
shown her wisdom in have resolved to suspend their liabilities to President, Never heard of $350,000 will state to the public the facts in the case, which county of Leon, at the ensuing election ia Ootob< r
is no guarantee she the public for not over one quarter of their capital. Iluipboldt, All hands saved 300,000 I am ready to verify before a court of justice. next, Mr. RICHARD SATJNDERS.
saved 500,000 Early on the morning of the 2d of June of the MANY VOTERS.
England which of
would City Glasgow Never heard
The Virginia Bank. of 200,000 present year, I sent a letter which I had written

event of a war between RICHMOND, VA. Sept. 28.-The Banks in Virginia, Franklin City of Fhulad, All All hands hands saved saved 800,000 myself to the Miccosukie Post Office, by Mr. HVnu MR. EDITOR :-Do as the favor'

as yet, are all quiet'; there are no suspensions, except San Francisco, A few saved 480,000 300.000 G. Barney, enclosed in stamped Government envelope announce in jour next issue, for re-election fcr ''.

the in Alexandria. Arctic, A few saved 700,000 Hart who, directed then to my daughter, Mis* Mary J. office of Tax Assessor and Collector for the eo r.
survivors (says an was spending some time near Macon.
: ) rescued the i Pacific, Never heard of 680,000 .. I have the affidavit of Wm. G. Burney that of Leon, at the ensuing October election, Mr. L.
of the The last great financial revulsion began in 1837 Tempest Central Never heard of 300,000 he delivered the sahl letter to Mr. A. A. Moseley, DEMILLY. Respectfully.
National Hotel America, A few saved
with the suspension of the United States Bank and 140,000" assistant Postmaster at Miccosukie, and that he de MANY V'OTEiOr

thrown pen for their all the SUte Banks, and ended in 1840 with the livered it to the said Moeeley enclosed in a Government -

stoutest and distress heart was and pre be explosion of the Manhattan Bank the very one Exclusive of about $1,600,000 in specie.If .$4,250,000 stumped the mid envelope.letter, it was When enclosed ray daughter in an unstamped received WE are authorized and request r

The ladies that began the war. Within those ryears 80,000 the cargo was 'ncluded, these figurces would envelope, and one without a stamp of any announce LEMUEL JONESj as a candidate r>.r Tci

I would houses broke, and took the benefit of the bankrupt be more than doubled. The President was lost in kind on it, but instead thereof, where the stamp Amsesaor and Collector of Leon county, at thur !!. --"

the room, and with law of 1841. Their,debts amounted to $40Q,000,000' thej of)2841 ; no one knows how or where.* .JJbe should bare been were three marks of the pen, tion in October next

of my husband (or son -their assetts to almost CoUntbU/in-nautical phrase,'"brokeher back'oil which may be een on the envelope at this time.-
) nothing. the rocks bn the 'American shore of the The backed in
would sink helpless to .. Atlantic.Tt .- envelope wa a different hand from
ezjWE: authorized torann'.incpH.
distressing in the City of Philadelphia went to pieces on the rocks my own. My daughter opened it, detected the are
: ex Mr. Walsh, in his Paris letter of August 0th to near Cape Race. The City of Glasgow sailed from fact that the letter had been opened and enclosed Ina HALE as a.candidatejor Clerk of t!: C .

Many citizens the New York Journal of Coptnurct Liverpool'ilarch let, 1854. and was not afterwards different envelope *
says: "Sugaris immediately wrote me in re- Court of Leon county, at the electeeot: ,
affected, as the teams falling; the beet-root factories will supply this heard of.- The great Britain came near being included gard to it, and on her return brought the envelope.was next

too plainly attested. year two hundred and forty million pounds. The in the list, having lain ashore for some I rather disposed to doubt the probability of *
months Dundrum Bay, coast of Ireland but is its being opened at the Miccoaukie
isle of Bourbon will for I &: r WK are requested to announce CL
produce one hundred and nowengaged s* a for
? KWO EXPEDITION. -A ; transport India. The Frank- thought surely that it would be an outrage too
states that the informa twenty millions ; the French West Indies will pro lin'and Humboldt went ashore and broke in piecesthe' great for any one in eur community, from my previous S. B. STEPHENS M a fcandidaU for rt-aietsi'u tc

government relative to bably send a hundred millions; altogether the sup Halifax.former on Long Island, and the latter near knowledge of them, that an old citizen of the the office of Solicitor of the Middle Oircr-t at t

ply will exceed the demand France." The Arctic and Pacific were lost as already place, living within a mile of the office, could ft ot election in October next.
&UD Houston recorded. The
with Iron
sn steamer Tempest measuring write to an absent daughter without haying hU

for the invasion of Mex Tux FILIBUSTERS. letter s from 1,500 tons, sailed from New York Feb. 12, letters opened. But soon I had reason to believe

of Tamaulipas, who are that officers Mississippi states 1857, with ft crew of from thirty-five to forty men, i It and now publicly charge it upon th office. Her 'WntMMEDIATZa'ste *
: are rapidly recruiting men for Walker's and was never heard from., ,0n the Pacific, several .Is my evidence for the chrg
>Up Q Br otating
government, is derived *rmy destined for Nicaragua. Col. Slatter, of New fine steamers have been lost, geruraUy of* smaller erne complaint: MnMoxley, 4b. a UUot FtMt- I dj.bunve 4fh. eaia

movements being con. Orleans is doing the financiering and talking for elMs. The-Independence,for instance,. WM totally'lost master came to my hoiaetoee'sne ln'regard to it of Ukioffeharpeo/ftDiomg llcoc Tc"-c. '

[ aecresy, full informa Gen. Walker, who to leave with ISO lives ; and .the Tennessee- Bf. Loot, When t: showed him the envelope. JW attnowltdgtd person, who,fa wifluajf to make &iuisclfgen es,
ezpecU Novem
- asyat be obtained. ber. and Yankee JBIade, Winfield Scotland others, be.. that d/Ie pott-mart, J/fceotwKe, Jttiu 24 mu kit I will give pxxf wage None ctLer mieed t' -

earns total wrecks.owita of Commtrct, ova vntiff, but that the direction,' Miss M. J Also a good Laaodne*. A.B.NQ

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V> AN AWAY from the Subecriber in Leon Coun- 6OO Barrels of Fresh Burnt Lime. -I NoWPori! F1a. FLUID: EXTRACT

tv ty on the 27th tilt, throe negro men to'Wlt- THIS LIME is of superior quality and will com- WEBER & DAHHHEIMER, TALLAHASSEE
LEWiS. aged 40, bair a little grey, six fef't or uparda favorably with Thomaston Lime OF SARSAPARILLA, .

in height, high cheek bones low forehead any other for plastering or for hny other purpose, (r with for MERCHANT TAILORS, 'II This Estailithmtnl is RBW Under Full Blast. Combining all tho mertJeal Tirtnep. of BudOCkYCUO1'' .

dunny in gait. NICHOLAS aged 40 or upwards, which Lime is ulted. We challenge comparison. THE BOARD >r EDUCATION announce with .. Dock. Daadeboa. Honduras Sampmrfll A1
about that wth the aid of the liberal l
inches TOM aged 50 ure. ,
feet 10 or 11 high. to JOHN appropriation Blood PuViderIk
5 Y is the most
OR. Jeffersod Will Bark potent
low io stature, features bag, light built. Tom and 12 miles S. E. of Monticello.co. READ Y-MADE CLOTHING of the City of Tallahassee, they hare established SINCE the death of Mr.Pond, Mr. Urn S. KINO the Cherry known a orld For the cure of Serofnla 1 Bbeuroatiwn. -

Lewis are not a* black as Nicholas.Tbev DcL a, 1 857. 40lfNOTICELand AND tht Institution upon a permanent ba is, and charge; all communications therefore and all Cbiooio! Disease- **
will either lurk in the vicinity of Tallahassee GENTLEMENS'' FURNISHING e ODS. upon a plan Contemplating extensive enlargements. relative to work &.c., sho'uld be addressed to hfia.! Gout Drojay, *
With the of their fellow citiieds arid the head of this bnsidess bat i o eqUal .
or endeavor to make their way to Manatee River or co-operation the All work coming un.der I
South Florida where they formerly lived Sale future sale of Seminary tands. they hope to be. able will be promptly, mechanically and neatly executed A MediciNe to It haiuled down at -a 6l .

I will give twenty:five dollars each for said NerD TTNDER a decree of the Circuit Court of Leon THE SUBSCRIBERS are now opening at to Catty dot th'e design of the Legislature as. made at as moderate a charge as price of labor, Ac., will .i 9 to the 'ma IO/IOsISTiSI ,- .
if taken in the ounties of Lcou or J ,fTen on- i vJ county, in Chancery I will offer at private sale Store next to Messrs. O. A J. Mt-glb- 1 known in the Act of 1851. in building up an Institu- justify.
;Unity dollars each if taken in Madison. and fifty dol to the highest bidder before the Court House in TalIsbasse !- rust, a well selected Stock of Fall and Winter the that will tie both a blepsin and an ornament to This EstaWishsient is not kept up for the purpose Great Internal & External '
the Suwaunee and deliv- the first Goods suitable for thulSJ4mtLc. In the selection of Teachers have of to as dear bought I 4Dfl
each if taken beyond on Monday in November pext that they making money (sirange say) El.EJWEJ 'Y,
'ed I to ine or secured in jail so that I getthem.GEO. fine Plantation belonging to the estate of Lewis M. &EittL .VES' WEAR, had.rfgafd to the moral as well as the intellectual experience ban tl imlMtr Jed to me, it cannot be done I I. BULL'S KING of PAIN <

T. WARD. I Sanders deceased, lying near Lake 'Miccoeukie, in Cloths training of UIP pupil and hence have sought( out mcil in this rrgi'JU nt this!) branch of bliklnessH but fur the JOHN .
in of French and Cas-
TAl1..lIuee. Oct. *, 1S57. 40 I Leon county. and containing 840 acres. The Plantation orisisling part English befit, of thorough fcdncntion long experience estnWished benefit of the unfortunate, who happ'ed to have Engines I. warranted! to cure ti. following di*,to t':-
"knerea and of the latest -
vestfngs style tjualHy Stomach.
t The Sentinel, Madison Messenger Tampa is one of the best Hi.Leon county. TERMS OF which to make to Order ida reputation and high moral rbfinicter. They are war- and such like to repair. Cholera.Bowel Compm !ta, Dta Weak .
they prepared
remosular, please copy four weeks and send bill to SALE-One-third Cash, balaflbe in one and two years workman-like and fashiobable manner up and on RtASOKABLC ranted in sayhig tbat thorough and systematic instruction The Pattern*, Stork, Machinery, Too/, tc., &ingLLIye. Generr Debility,:Lire* Complaint ib Ita woHt, Dyspepsia fonn.seTCTP -

this office._ _ _ __ _ interest from date of sale payable annually and secured TERMS. Also, a good assortment of will be given in every department of the i" U filar, and flood Condition- CIIiIA.ukl Fenr. Rheumatism PthU. Bni?** Sofa, Want of
the Seminary. Special pains will be takbh in the AShafting Bum Asthma. j
by mortgage on Land. preparatory Job* ran (it Turnnl OvJL tri<
Land Sale.Bi' EDWIN A. HART, BEADY-MADE CLOTHING, department; the Tutor ijlbu.h ill be under JTht4hs4 aHJ ;"ptlfrh. Action in the Kidneys. lute. RIu'.worms. Painter'sCbolic

virtue bf an order of the Court of Equity for Special Master in Chancery consisting of Fine: Black and Colored Cloth FFoefc} the immediate supervision of the Pr iJ fnll! "
Middle- Circuit of Florida the subscriber Oct. S, 1857. 40-bw Coats Fancy Cassimere; BdSfofess Coats, Black and discipline will be strict t. though not hnr b, and phr>lls Watrr stub Sream Tumors. Swelling. Cuts, ScnUK Rcr r'Kinfr'sEVfl.
Black will be held Sbaftipgs Spur Ot-annp. Scarlet Fever and all Pain and WLc.. in
Colored Raglans and Over Coats, and Fancy amenable for their tonHpot OHI of the .
vill offer for sale by atctfoh at New 'Port on Tuesday Stop Cocks, Gauge Cocks. Orate Bars, Plt xv CtI tilllt'. Tins mtnlithie! !h.-.
Pants Grenadine Seminar ai will In it. bA furnished whatever form
To the Ladies Doeskin and Cassimere Figured } as Part'l1t8'will I they may appear.
December 6f Talla&as*
l&tn} of the
day tracts ofT Mill nrfd
the pert R"llers. Circular and I Saw ,
I with Sugar Upright about three t nr*. and hn relievbd -
and] Fancy Silk and Casslffiere! Vests. moltthly! ft'pv)rts, thai they watth the beenethre the public
JJ described for-VnT1. l lying ?O Wnki'lla] ctunt? may pro- Saws. ,tbAc. _
,. ; Grist Mill Oi-Hrine. Circular IInol Upright than all olhrr( imi-
v- e, greS 1\ of tliMr son*, find! tb-bpbhite wiih (theitTeBch- more suffering i ifi that time f
South of Talb1H'I. !((, \iz : I 1"s i --.A LSO I ,-r'. ; .. Ac., (;h-nernlU kept oh Hand or got up on Sn! >rtNotie. lar preparations combined. For Mle at DK. JonxRILIM

In Tt>:r.'isJi2// South, Range 1, .Jdr.;(. I -'S C'MaUishmont the lindlu-FP!. in of Chat whole-,''- A good soitmenl (If bl.itk and! fancy Hk crnvaU ; lie Fofiilltt SflM; [t, 'if"t11'7t\ will :IvjJ; -' M/ liT : .-. In, Fact/Here ir the Pine for all tbnt: tVant. : Sarsaparilla Depot, in Loui ville rind Newt

TheN W J. S W J, nnd S E 1- of Sec 15 ; the X ton aud Mrs. M. A. Howhmd of Mar-on, ha" )been enabled i I iind ties. shifts. merino. s.lkaal.l cut ton under hiits. Rev D. McfTElL Tt'l( )Klt. A. 'rwideu'l. Si I \\.1.11; this fii"i-jtiie Imlla dozen up Right Engines and im with self Dapateli.lIiiiimg constantly I York. --
iwnne -
Of Sec 16 the S ,.f S W E therCll I collars, socks. ftloes tc. themnll. M.-ntul awl MiMnlSricn'cV.Mr. :
W oft
1l (,S 4 ; 4 J. i replace selected Ftotk of PK.lmets.Ribbons. I erectedthe
Establishment! Oc BuiI'aCompntitid
; l tunning, cntiK) tltt to Dr. John .
E 1. W | of S E i nt'd N E \ of SEt of See 1. ; fcc., the 8 W J. W \ ifS E J. W 4 of N E 4 nnd N E Jof ; Southerner, in the awful gale encountered unknown to the community. and they pledge r.h!II.i titeiatmmhTey cime: came 1I111.t'. keep illip. you can PrtlnHal of Wild Cherry a (
I and
hI work done] the Th'rodt
I S E 4 of Sec 18 ; the W 4 of N W J W i of S Ei t upon A rectnt vovaje from New York to !I themselves to give s.'tisfarti"h to nil who'! may favor I JOHN C. LONG A. M., Kngli.-h Literature and alw.i\s relyiii 'ing nt for Coughs, Colds nrti all dlsWses! of the

I nnd N E i of S E 4 "'f Sec 10; the N WV ii | Savann h. Her stock (.f fancy goods will be fre- them with! their ]pationngc. I II Natural Science.J WAKt'LLA l/O. n"OJ{B, Iung LIVELY .
i .f E J tlie SEt. E J of S W i nnd N W J of S cuived add opened for inspection by Friday next | J. WKBF.R.L. W. \\'. \YCKJU WARD, I utoK Preparatory DC : II :,111 by OfficesLouisville AMES & mid Ntw, Tor*;

W l elf See C ; nil tf Sc'ctioll 3. 26. 27 ; the W when KheVill with p1ea"uiv wait iix'u her cuttomcrs.Scptomlnr DANMIISIMEU.Sept. It partn''IIt. ; But Here Comes Ihe i\eil Ih xntatlt Thing.PAYPAYPAYl Principal 26

I oC X \' l. 1 (IT l. S W t "f S E :md SEt ; _26, !_p57.Eefr _. 39 I ?fi, 185;. !S'J-tf r..m.j or TI ITION i-Kli: ( ADTLR : Jane 27, 57. ._ _. -
I Ij ! -
-- !
:1 Ule X E X .fS J E and
ifS 1.fSc.'C t. ( J. -- ----- Etmgiiim 1 lc'aitnmesmt. . . ft 25
W 1 of S W 4 of S--c ii the N E 1 and S E J of I & Cblei; j .BootsShoes.. CIa-su-il and Mutlicinnlicjil! . ly OUXII i You will feud! "to Netv York, Philadelphia and fialthnon I United States Mail line
2'' the S W 1. and the Sv" 4 <-f N W 4 of pec and have k donI', \\ithotit fur n moment
FCC ; : HAVE re-opened for the sen""n their biiMiiess of pnpivill! lie nlldweil t l re 'iteilhont a ertitiae I ;, \\01 I ,, R O M -
1 fi .the ef ec3I ;tJ' X W l.S W-- i an. W i !llin Storage nnd Selling Cotton and \.till t RECEIVING from the Gamble a fioni Mr. J J I. DemnillTreasurer, that h atuiti'sn dreaming nf credit but IHTC at home where there are
vfS 1If s'c :2 ; aU uf3nnd .5the X W i 1uJ(1 make liberal advances on Cotton consigned to their I r of COOTS, ,t SHOES ,It .hns l 1"'lIl'aid. III" B.xnks or Bnnking ftrihties, or aurpbu capital you I NEW ORLEANS TO KEY WEST .

i-: : S E i (,f.t'C 31 ; thc S W i, bc E ,f S eere. rf I"rry"nriE'ty and dowiiiiti-in Virlm Hldl low rates of tuition compin-d with the want 1, 2. 3.3 4.and 5 years credit, and then require $t' -AND- .

}: t S W i of E t. N E tf X W it.; NW J St'ltt'llt ti 0. 1S57. 89 I: ly, IP*?IIODKISS. (: G8 SCOTT & I'OOLE.Sept. :i ?.dvautn'fi m.ikm If"I -\\ih i! i.:no.I l 1.a..oIilll.; I i :- on t term i*. I ono to ride from 50 to 5W miles f.r pay and, probtt I IVTRMRIflA .4..J E FR.Ul .DA PORTS S

oTNEtfscc. : --- -- _._ II as re.is-iiiitbl: } ? a? i.i tl.fe vicinity of "imilnrInslituli.'n.! I: blv ultimately expend from lOtI' 25 per c'eilt: of ,
I III T'lWHfhip 3, SOllt, Range: 1, East.Ml t : t From New York I-- -- ----------- ill th", :nllthit h I lie well e.talliiim.,1hnraeter! ff I amount in C'lllecting !" thi* right I Is tiiS! c'ncouritgini :I Cf'ECTED WITH TMKSTRAMKlt .

t I Hats & Caps. I I'I !tire: City, for tie aereahlen} nut) hi'-iltlifulncos] of : ; Home Iii'hitr f I I'M, can you be Surprised! ISABKLASD
!S V -
\ 'fS of all
the 1 of
4 soc 2
but t ; ?.t' <
RIMIM TO." its climate the that it tl I not thrive tAiranijciiicnts
15 ml eiiiri l the i es
the N W i..S E: 4 and E 11 of S W i (.f FI-C 3 ; KV : 'I II ns.-..r>ment..! HATS .CA PS, I tlJt' < itlyffcr Seminary pint be made fr lit foredelivery UvJ ASD niAItLEST AT HET ttL1'
\FIXK to of I the pnyinent
fiipport\ pul.lie.Tli
j S W i. X E 4. an.l "W of S E J of M'c1 ; the E { BU:1EDSuar.'li"t", .4- I !] Winter StviesHODGKl ; of work, 1111'0110'11 house in this ...--
: I (% Si-;" '! will comment, the fir>-t diy of Of ennte place
I VofN W 4, E of S W 4'. W i of > E ) and N j jofSE4ofscc5 Powdered) ( C"fec, i, S, SCOft A POJLE.hrpL ( /toli.'r next' aivl a- nl'ea..s's: will h.! orgjnizfd, lit I'I 4t. Marks, or TiiIIal.iH'et,-that is far eutim'I li from TilE SOUTHERN
t JavaIke -
; W $ (.f S E t. and I S K 4 (f S E J 1''. 1 lfi.Vi.: :33 I
Hive Star!;, _. ._ .__ I II lhit time It. i is vfiy imp'itntit.! that 1"5l11.. intimil j hOlilP.You.
all of
8 1of see 10 ; ?.T 11, 13. 14 :l1Id 15 j u Company
t.fscc ;
; S'rlr. Ia' }but cannot after Strains lp
I enter. MR pupiU, !fhotiM I lit. r then. mn g'H-d. we run our .
Dried \
I N W of X W i ol sec 12 theN 1 E S E Sottnc \; I
, all but J ; J ; i Boys: & Gents l By;. urdcr of the b mnl of Ivl-ication. I hard earnings* in His D i
. i mind W i of NV 4 cJt t'-c 1(.; the N i of N E 4 Pepper, > is cii-litul hard! to make themi OF XF.W bELEiNmS
i I 1)V.) \VYNN, S.-ru-taiy. I Lt Nir nut.Pllltit.s try : -
R d\"fXW J of *-c 21 ; tllcWiCtfXW.4. W Fulton Vhitx Bcrnft Market, Beef. Ginger I FALL & WINTER CLOTHING. Tail.tlmtsme.: S..i",.. 5. ] S57. "j-t i selves believe it i is Ullt' half done-, because they owei HAVING taken the mail contract for al ov.ports; .
; ofS\V1.NEkofNW.Ei'f N E J, and N : Alspice ., i two first class Sea Steainers.regnlarjr
---- ---- -- -- ---- ---- f.-rit. I
I E 4 of S E 4 of HoC 2211; of sec 23 ; the NV i. I Salcratis, Sweet Oil) (ALL and see "nr St.-ok. I Jl is l.irgeand; : .-ll Ft'I I I I DANIEL LADD. twice a month meeting the Spanish Hoi on the

S W I W J of X E i and W i (If S E J of gf-c 24 ; S..dl; 6-rnn} CAidl.-s.! f : l.-cteJ. HO1HJKISS, SC,*1T & POOLE. For Sale. I 15th and 29th, aud leaving the same nfnill;. .

The S W i. S E }, andV i of N E J of 27 ; the W ; Pot Ash, Adamantine: Candles, I I ._ _Sept.___i.__1-)1.._._ .' .__ _iiSNotice___ __ __ __ I (") A nii.iVOn: ; ,! Northern! Hiv I per Bilk I II.I L. New Pr :July i H, 1837. 28 THE STEAMER SPRA Y"
t of X E 4, and S E J of N W J of eec 28. I Macarom. GreeD IVas, U Hntg.w.. .
I Mace, Asparagus! 20 ItJ lre-.li Jri 11 Putiitots rocii il-ed' t University of Louisiana will leave New Port in the morning and St. Sfarfci
-- j'iBt I
2 South 1 West. jjtrSchr.
Iii Toirnxhip Range ;
Pickles 1 assorted I, Tomatoes. Wild terminus on the arrival of the Cats from Tallahassee,
I r"llE I: iin It-reigned months after date, will i'igeiui.
: All of sees 7, 8..10.11 ; S'f sec 12 ; all of i Yoasl Powilcr, Current Jelly, I pont to lion. .J : "f Probate of Lean County pie- M-NAUGIIT, oKMdND! .t Co. I MKDICAL i : DEHAKTMfcNT. taking mail passengers, baggnge. and freight to and

; Ics 13 and 14 ; the NV J. S W 4 and W i of S E4f.ecl Matches, Lobsters.A their final accounts j'ge of theV-tatf: of Alfred M,Jatlin, Newport Sept, 12, It57. 37 -.-- .4I ..- ..--- from the Steam?*,and retumiag in season fur the afternoon

f ; allofsec16SEkNE1audNWuface ; 4 I LSOA I --- -- ., i I Annual Course of Let-hires in this department train.
-- -- -- --- -- -- -
deceased, and] ask for from the adiiiiuUtratiuu THE
a dis-fbarge;
it ; allofece 18 aud 10! ; the \V J of S W 4 i I of said estate.SARAH. 111 EIUC.O'l'IC I;. commence on MONDAY, November 16th The travelling public cad now rest assured; (that this
of Tea .
and E J of S E 4 of see 20 ; the W i of S W J of sec I, general a"I"rtmcnt A. CTTON.. Exlr'x.t I 1857. and l will terminate in the ensuing March. log? desired and frequently alternated communication
and N of the ,I -ALSO- JONES M. D Professor of Practice of 31dI and the above is in such hands! A
SI ; the S W iE 4 E } s-cc 22; N TURBl'Tf R. BUTTON, Ext'r. K. (;O i\\XI J. L. J'\I:' r.R. j JAMES to (rom ports
I W 4 nnd SEt of s( c y 3 ; the N W 4. nnd N i of S I I An citentive assoilmcut of nsMijtcd ill {I clime to warrant permanency and success.
CADY of hU wife.
W 4 of stc 24V of S W $ an J W } of N W i of I For sale by R. II. Sep'. 28. 18: 'l. right 30-Cia Drs; iDBMAK & PALMER ,I! J. L. RIDDELL. D.. Professor Chemistry. Passengers Having slave servants must see to

fecc 25; the N W i N E J and S E 4 of s': !fl ; the I __Sept 26. ISfi'T. S9 -._______________-- WARREN STONE 3!1. D, Professor Slirgcry. blearing them al the Custom House, before gi ing on
g i nmdSWO'se28 ; theNWLSWIand ; HAVING associate1. 1 their..ti Iv a together in tht- A. H. CENAS, M. D.. l'rtd'essor of obstetrics,

'. EofN E 4 oC sec 2fl ; theN W J. S \V 4! nnd N E : :From New York I SCHOOL NOTICE. of Medicine aixl Surgery, tier their 1 GL'STAVCS A. NOTT, M. I)., Professor itateria M.I.1r? Also look after your Baggage yourself.

'l 4 bf see 30; all of sec J1 ; the S L i. and W 4 of NK : S R. and, Miss AULD will open a private School I professional services trt tie! fitlitt'3 of WaukeenihArid ; Medicine. '. For further pnttic l.rlC. Apply to

\ i of K-C S3 ; the S *V i, N 4 of SEt. E i of Nw i I PER nrJi "JlEMIA'GTOJf. : 4 : I) at their Residence in MonticU) on Itlnday. 28thj curroundiDjr'countfv.Angust j" JO
4:. W t of X E jandSK i of X E 4 of sec 34 ; I 1: OTARD Bramly, 3r*>mcrican j Sept(-limper. I 15, 1867.SIRGER'S. 23 t I THOMAS HUNT. M. P., Professor of Physiology New Fort, Fla July 11, 1857. !8

tbeEofNEtheEofSEa'jdtheN W J fi S Peach ., j Sept. 19. lF5?. :;3-3l: antI Path'tr: }'.
ofNEiofiec35.la i S Malaga Wine, Old! "Fogy" Monon- : __ SEWINGlKACEIINES. I I GILBERT I S. VANCE, D.-Demonstrntor Aun FULTON FOUNDRY

Toirrship 3 South Ravpc 1 trc. f. I!I Madeira gahala I torny.The'rooms. ,
.Whiskey Ladies Dress Goods. F'1a.
I Sherry c Jamaica for Dissecting will be open on the second Tallah.assee, .
, The N W J. S W J. and W | of N E 4 of ECP S j : Tcneriffe c Holland Gin Hun, Fall timid Winter st} Ii-s of new and beau I Monday in October. UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform tho

the E } uf N E i. E i of S E: J. W i of N W f, and i American Rum, American Gin, LATEST Stripe nnd Bayadere: Robes of Silk, i The Faculty are Visiting Physicians and Surgeons public that they have associated themselves fti -

W4ofSWofsec4lie; N W j nnlN E.4o1 t I 8rn th Ale in Jugs. Poplins olid eLiiW' !, Trimmings Lacc-4, Embroideries I I ( Ithe. Charity. Hospital.: business, under the name and style of
we C; all of sec 9 ; the N E 4 mid the W J. uf N W I ic.,just rtteivecl byHODOKI i I The Students accompany the Professors in their & C41.

I 4 of sec 10 ; the N W J and N E 4, and the N i of I :-\.SO- ( g, SCOTT rt POOLE. j j kits, and free of expense, enjoy extraordinary practical fardy Bay ,

I S Wand N } <>f S E J of sec II ; Fraction of section I i ii 2o_t flastet Heidfic" Cliampaign Sept- 19, 1857.FLANTATION. 3S ; advantages. for the purpose of following the tr=de Fonndt is and

i 13 ; Fractional sections 15 and 16. I lt JT| '-cry best Segars. .. 1 Preliminary to the Course Lectures will be delivered Machinists, and are prepared to execute all kinds of

In Hartficld/ uml lIol'J.imSurt'cys.. I For sHle'by It H. BERRY. FOR SALE. i daily in the Amphitheatre of the Hospital work appertaining to this business. Steam Engines'
i j Sept. 26, 1857., S3 from the 1st I of October on Clinical Medicine and furnished to order and warrauled to give satisfaction.
lntsl, 11V .i <>ftC 16 ; all of 26, 2P, 43, 45, --- THE subscriber offers for sale .1 desirable and val- I Surgery abd other subjects, without any charge to Sugar Mills and Castings of all kinds trade with
t t :;o. C:;. -.t.I 73. ?:?. $4. Hi, M.TFIlllS I Congress Water.V Plantation, situated one mile from Monti students. THOS. HUNT. M. D. Dean. neatness arid dispatch. Plans and estimates furnishedof

-OnethiidtLe purchase nion'y to l.c i I cello, :, consisting of bOO acres of Jahd ; 400 of I ,i The Administrators of the Charity Hospital elect all kinds of Machinery and Engineering. Theyare
1 paid it the tiir.c of fii]*, tLe i .ni.liinicr in equal instalment : FRESH tuppIV.it icceived, and for Rlil.1-v : which fire in cultivation and under good fence, the annual in April, 14th Resident Students, who arei also sole agents for Hoard & Sons Stefrm Engines'for

ia one nnd two years with 5uttxt from date i AMES it LI EL YSupt j biiliince; well wooded and watered: I'JIf)jug branoltci1, ; n.A tale VINO of tIme been above appointed the undersigned Sppc al Agent is for the i i maintained by the Institution. Ginning Cotton Grinding and Sawing, Had liar.ricons

(pun-bare. 19, 1867. 35 f j the improvements are good a good dwelling house-I now Tire J August, 18.57.Taylor's. S5i Grist Mills fur steam or horse power. _
JOHN BEAHD. R( e'hr dd! :i negro In>uf!eo, Gin hou.e, screw and other out build- pared to fuiui>h them to order toither with full iu- I-- JOSEPH CARpy.

I (>f the Ap; : -.'lt e"h Land Conpppv.Tallahassee. Pla Negroes &C. i ings', and the locution ib favorably situated fur health. structioiic for their use. One Machine is equal t" 6 II WILLIAM BATA.
I Oct. 3, H."i7. 40 i taioD'! Any persons wishing to purchase, will please call or lo good Seantree8c8: and all kind of Sewing can i Cotton Gins. JOHN CARDY.
The ri.iiid.i Sentinel and WakullaTiiuce rt-11! I' IN FLORIDA. I he doD;. One er two of th(i>c Mnchines can IK seen '
j see for themselves. 30 ;7. 22
: May -ly
at time by calling (ilk the undersigned at his residence E have on hand Gins of 40, 45 and 50 Saws'and
J ileaseeupythe ;it))vc. I ri 'IIE SU SCIUIJEt} offers for sale his we1J known TERMS-One-half cash, the balance in two ofi any in Tall.ihiisFfe.! Singer's Gazette devoted I "r can deliver them either here or at New- ''

I Medical College of Georgia JL Plantti\n. Lago" lying on the south i more years-interest payable annuallv. I. ( t.. Staling, will be fullli.hed to any paper i'n<* on av] i |>ort. at $2.5U: per Saw, payable hat January next. NEW BOOKS. .
miles from EMILY CLARK Extr'x.Monticello .
side of Lake Jackson mix
Tallh'see. "ntis whre the Prices of the different ei-
II ,
g I -A L s oBrown's JUST RECEIVED !
AT AKJL.STA.rpHE containing 1200 acres more or less 750 are Sej'L 19, 1857. 38 I Lfil SNE"
ti-e be seen P. P. LEWIS. "
may "
cleared : Washinff Machines, made nt Columbus,
in finetate of cultivation, ((100 )-
Twenty-Sixth Course of Lectures In this In- : recently August 8, 1557, 32QUININE i Georgia. HOPKINS & MEQIN&ISS, Agents. BOOKS & HOVELS\
tm.bcrcd and
balance excellent wood
the ,
-1siituti.n, will c" rnencc on MONDAY, the 2nd :: well wate d. 'el I Public Notice August 8, 1857. 22 [Sent. copy. DORE-A Stroller in Europe>

NOVEMBER ne.U.Eneritus : ,, well built TREASURY OFFICIl j i I ._ EL GRINQO-.TntveJa in Mexico ;
The nr"
Pn-fissor of Auatomy; G. M. NEWTON ; dwelling, with(! \ verandahs t in brT"rtlUetl the fiont and rear and I j,, 'AI.LAIII'L/ !, September} !4ti, IS:;. j jrT ; t UST received 800 OuNcEs Silpli ..Quinine i Attachment DR. KANE'S Arctic Expedition;
M. D.
I contains ten large upright rooms, well finihh d, nnd a : HE niciicy having been provided for the pa) nu-nt : ,J Furl' Uruiidt together with great variety MEMOIR of S.S. Prentiss, Speeches, Ac; ,
Acal-m.y H. P. CAMPBELL, !. D. ball twelve feet wide. bcsidesj pantiles, closets, dressing JL of the fli/Wx/i/w'1 !H,!l tm/c clainm i If| 1&5C( of pnic :CH-tnk-al, AMES: ALI VELY.Angust John A. Grant 1 In Justices Court, District THE DAYS of my life-A novel by the
Surgery. L. A. M. D I vs. Leon CoUrt. author of and Zaidee
Dl'CAS I rooms, 5rc.; the kitchen and laundry are attachedto i they. will be patd tjitin, the Comptrollers Warrants at I R, 1P57. S2Don't )l> Margaret ;
Institutes and Practice of iledJcine L. D. Nathaniel Whit.- Dtbt17 00. ISABEL-A novel
FORD the examined and I ;
fctnte? Soon
the dwelling by a covered way ; a large and bub- Tresoiury n* fla they arc ---- I
M.D. aiitial gin.house, a grit mill and col toil screw reported by Col. iI. Archer, Jr., Quarter Master Gen j Read This E defL-ndant aud all others interested are hereby ARTISTS WIFE-A novel ;
Marietta }Mtdica Therapeutics and Medical Juris- under one a ten horse engine ( era]. Persons holding such claims against the State, 11'H notified of the commencement of this suit, Y SCOXSELOSDew novel
(new) are cover ; jwrtable
.pnjfcncc, I. P. GARVIX, M D. ) drives the gin and grist mill; a bugar mill, will forwaid them fur such examination and n'port. j OH, nO) \'T : to a Jutice's Court to be held at Tallahassee by Simms; &e.&c.McDOLTGALL .

Ob t"lri"s and Diseases of Women and Infants, J. overseers house negro cabins,:cribs, stables carriage- I C. H. AUSTIN! State Tr'a lIn'r. j jrf K; have ji'st received from New Oilcan, Per see, the 9th day November, A. D. 1857, and to i HOBBY

A. EVE, M. D. ; house smithy and \voik-fehop, all of the best structure j *. The Florida Sonlinel, Tampa Petiin'-nlar Mad "T $cur.V tn. R. Petti:, and New York Per appearjiiud plead to the same. July4'i 9,1:
Phye'Kilojrj- PftUioWIcal; Anatomy, H. V. II. : and in excellent condition-the whole constituting one I isou Messenger, Alligator Advertiser and Jacksonville Bark. R.Jl. (.Jumbl, a large and well selected Given under my hand and seal this 25th day of

MILLER, M.D.Chemistry of the most desirable and best improved places in : News will publish! the above three times aud 81'OCK OF 'GROCERIES.ALSO August A. D. 857.. A Just Received &
I and Pharmacy, ALEX. MEANS. M. D. j I this section. The place is well supplied with well]! I forward their accounts to the Treasurer. EDWARD M. WEST, [L. a.] ,

,, Dwuon ,trtor of A netotay, P.OBT. CAMPBELL, : nnd spring water of excellent quality besides a larg'ecifctera Sept. 19, 1857. 38-3t Justice of the Peace. Pe. Schooner JVm. It. Pettia :
M. *
D. I: the The lake, cf which a beautiful I wilt, Brandies, S)rups, Cigars, tc. August 2:. 1857. 38-Sm
Aosit-ts-nlbemoruliatoroF Anatomy, S. B. SIMMONS. near affords abundance Notice The Subsciibcis are di-termineil after this date to KA DRUMS Fresh Dried Figs,
is obtained from the dwelling. -
I .
I 6 Boxes Fresh Lemosn '
M. ,
; abundou the system seHing goods on n CREDIT.
and wild fowls in the winter FOR SAtE
of fish at all times -
Clinical Lectures will be delivered in the City Hospital : fur r I UIRTY days after the first publication! ; of this f' Cash Produce 2 Cases Guava Jelly,
months besides an excellent pasture a large 'r or Couttliy
f' and at the Jackson m JL notice the administrator of the 1 Trail New Dates. .
street Hospital.! j undersigned csI -
Illtock for the raking of which this place is peculiarly will nt time be to customers 10 OH 1200 iii
Fee for whole Course, $105. I; late of John W. Townsend, deceased will apply to we any happy serve our AMES 4 LIVELY

Matriculation Ticket (to be taW once,) ?5. I adapted.The above. from its convenience to town railroad the lIon. J. Wayles Baker, Judge of the Circuit Court with goods of York every and description New Orleans at a small advance If O T T QT-T I? T Q of CORN and 4 or 5000 June 18, '57. U
For further particulars, apply to any member of of I of the Middle Circuit of Florida, at his office in Tat !- I above prices. you JL J LI pXJlJCjJUO pounds of BACON, on
the excellence
tile I schools good society, tc.; and from doubt it, come and try us. at J. B. Gamble's Old Saw Mill & Mill Site Near Towri
Faculty, or to I. P. GARVIN, Dcan. valuable investment. :t lahassee for authority to sell the following lands, of : Miccaukie. R-fcr to ,
I the lands and lucalit is a Stand Corner Monroe nnd Jefferson Streets. S
_Oct. 3. 1857. 40 look said estate in which the minor heirs of said John W. Messrs. G. & J. MEGIKNISS.
would well to :
Persons wibhing to purchase BRQKAW & RHODES. F o f SAl
$ Townsend ore interested to-wit: the SEt of Sec. July 4, '57. 27Notice. .
Boarding House and I Mason at the premises in absence.which will bc shown by Mr. D. E. 5;, and S E i of the S W i of Sec. 5, in Township 2, May 23,_ '57._ ._21-tf- .. __ u __._ T MILL SITE togethe' a-itha DeW SAWMILL

HOTEL KEEPERS. I ihy Range 2, North lAud East in the County of Leon WHO WANTS MOSEY 1 complete, ready fur running within five
ALSOFor miles of knotvb the Murison
and State of Florida, containing 200 acres more or town aa and more recently -
THE Bubscriber offers for ale, on easy jt_ : sale about 61 NEGROES-prime and acclimated less. LITTLETON M. WHITE, Admt'r. 300,000 ALL pei'sons indebted to the estate bf Josiah the Richard's Mills i is now offered at a beritin.In ._-. 4

a commodious Brick Building in uiifm I. ] ; also the corn and fodder of the growing Sept. 12,1857. 37-4 late of Jefferson County, deceased, a wet time the tfrater rrivilege is good and by attachig -

the Village of Monticello, Fla, 72 feetby 40. jjg.! I crop. the horses, mules, cattlN heep and hogs; the I :MAY itt OUTAIXEO BV KISKIMJ 10 DOLLARS, are hereby notified to mnk immediate payment to a small engine for a dry time, affording the

It contains 14 large rooms, besides these in the attic, )household and kitchen furniture, the wagons and Halves nnd Quarter Tickers the undersigned] executrix of said estate ; and all persons very best chance about Tallaharse for economically
and was built for a HoteL 1 cails, blacksmith and carpenter's tools, and all the Notice.ALL IN PROPORTION.JASPER legatees, distributees, whomsoever hvlding producing lumber. The pond being Urge'and entirely
To any one desiring to keep a Hotel or private implements husbandry, belonging io the plantation.A persons are hereby notified not to trade fur a claims or demands Against aid estate, are hereby required surrounded by a very good timber region, afford.a

Boarding House this place offers peculiar! inducements j, great bargain will be given to an approved purchaser given by me payable to James Peeler, and; COUXTY ACADEMY LOTTERY. to pi fsent them duly authenticated within legal very economical method of getting stock. e2t to'-
at. this time. The Pensaeola and Georgia I for the whole property, any of which may be due let January 1858 fur the sum of Five Hundred time or this notice will be plead in bar to the recovery the pond's facilities for providing steak; the .locationis -

Rail Road passes within four miles, and as soon as I treated for at private sale until the first Monday j in Dollars, which note is Bftbured by Mortgage on Real BY AtTHOlUTT of the BTATK Of GEORGIA, of the same. .. nearer town by 2 or.3 wiles than an/ milt site.to'

completed to this point (probably by March next,) a January next, when i if not sold, all except the laud, Estate. The consideration for which the said note Havana Plan Single Numbers.. SARAH KNIGHT05, Elecutrix.Sept. be found.By ,

branch will connect this place and the main road will be offered on the premises at public outcry. was given having failed, I will not pay the same until 19, 1857.388w calling on Mr.J..Richard's, (former ownerX on* '
thus greatly increasing the present amount of travel GEO; A. CROOM. compelled! by law. D. P. HOLLAND. 8J/.000: TICKETS-3.266 PRIZES. the 1 lank Road, any further information can be had;

There is also at this time a pressing demand for a Sapt. 2&, 185'1. *&-. Quiucy. Sept ((16) 19, '&7. S8-3w Amounting to $:156(. Sea Island Cotton Gins. or of DANIEL LADD Newport;
good House tthere children sent to the
Boarding ; Sept. 5, 18n. M
: school from abroad may be accommodated. and anyone --to be Sold at Private Sale. Rescue Grass Seed. Prizes Payable Without Deduction.ANDERSON A FEW ISLASti o(: BALL'S IMPROVED"PATENT
of character and In the business could > COTTON GINS, for sale by
expenence Savannah
FIRST RATE SEAMSTRESS and house servant wishing'Good Seed can be the subscribers- deliverable at Tallahasse or New College
doubtless obtain the first year from 15 to 20 yearly A PERSONS applied Successors to J. )1'. Winrafc, Manager. .
boarders. aged 19.ears. If not sold before the 1st JL with any quantity they may desire by applyingto port. rtIce'126. '11HE ANNUAL COURSE of LECTURES wfli

The subscriber would only add in conclusion f" that January, she will be sold at Public Auction For the ubscnber, ,at |3 per peek or $10 per bushel.I Our toueries draw in ilaSon, (Ga.Smali9fchemes( ) These GINS hare given great satisfaction. to all JL commence on the first Monday in Nottmbs .

in point of social, moral and religions advantages, further particulars inquire of H. BOND. will deliver them at Tallahassee or Newport and Snturday.aud( inSavanDabGa.LargeSebemeB( ) who haVe heretofore had them. next.

this place perhaps i is second to none of the Villages Sept. lt 18:17. 33 give army iustt uclions they may wi i"h in regard to every about the 15th of mouth. MoNAUGHT & ORMOND. FACULTY .
Of the South. For further particulars, applf to : seeding. J. T. SEEGAR. every Newport, August 8, 185'1. 82 '
Quincy, Sept. 12 1857. 37-6w H. D. ARNOLD, M. D., Practice Uedieiae.P. -
OcL 3, 857. 40-8m o
*.* Augusta Constitutionalist will please bUr.h ilfldeJ-sigbed has re opened a BOOT OAEI..D.IISS D >ws OCT. IGrii, 1857, AT '.000 be sold at wholesale lri This is the W. G. BULLOCH. M. D, Surgery;

onc a week for three months and send bill to advertiser. THE SHOE SHOP, Corner of Duval and ,Ii \ SMITH informs her patrons and the pub- ARMOR HALL SAVANAUOA., cheapest and best lot of watches ever before offeredto J. G.HOWARD, MD,.Anatomy.JURIAH .

Jefferson Streets nod will be plea'sed to see .n that the exercises of her School will be re- Undtr the public. A gift in Jewelry worth from f 1 to HARRISS.h D, :si01o. -
all his! old customers again, and as many others as resumed on Monday, Oct. 5th, 1857 IM Bloom Superintendence of 1 12 will bejiven with every watch io. proportion to J. B. READ, MD- ted 4 lea.

U. S. Marshal's Sale will give him a call J. M. WA AS.Sept Sept. 12. 1887. 37Florida VT. R. Synions and J. M. Prentice Esqs. its value. Being desirous of introducing our goods JOSEPH JOlffES.: SLD". btr-.
J. J. WEST }f.
19,1857. 8S-4J prominently to the public, id order to meet with D; Demonstrator.
First Monday In November Next. CAPITALS $60,000, ftO.OOO. $10.000. $5.- quick. ready. and cash sales we hare adopted this The FreUminary.course of Lectures. vflleomffieBv* l '....

BY virtus of a writ of fieri facias, issued from the Reports* 000 14000, S2000 3 Prizes of $1000, 5 of 1500. 100 method for their disposal. We sell on the l&th October next pliijical tiiiU.t.* .-
Clerk's office of the United States Court, for the NEW in fl volumes. of $100, 100 of $50, 3000 of $30 and 75. Approximation Composition i Vdrgfe, open face, at $d 00 & $7 ob delivered! regularly at the_ Cibr HospitAL ThUJaA -:!. *
Northern District of Florida wherein Nathan Rack1 STOCK of Merchandize b? the R. H (Gam COMPLETE MtDOtJGALL & UOBB'r. prizes amounting $3,760 Fine Silver l Lepine, 8 00 9 00 AA> will.accommoda a over 100 pltlent. F*!

1 T w Plaintifl; and TboasM Saunders is Defendant, OUR, is now in store ready to be disposed of- Sept.,1857. 36 Wliole Tickets $1 JO. ffalrei $s, Quarters $2,60.. ', Hunt ease 12 00 further particulars address

I have levied upon and will expose for sale, within The assortment is general, and unnecessary of specification I, Lever, Heavy Hunt; J. C. nth\ARD, D ao.

I lejd hours in front of the Court House door i in the -' Laws of Florida. Look td vouf interest and compare this Scheme xrilh OBe, i500"1800 July 18, 18 '. ,2Hm .i

town of Quincy, Gadsden county, on the firstMooday Dry Goods. Groceries, Crockery Hardware, any otbcr. Fine Siver English Patent Lever Saltj8ah. "
"> November next, the following described property, Notions, Clothing Boots, BOUND to 1857. McDOUGALL & HOBBY. Huntcase* '. 25 00 M 30 00 ; -,
w-wit b Shoes Hats Ac. tt. 0,1867. 86 Batik Netei'bf aotind B'anks taken at pah Gold Plitbd Wver y
of Heavily
: Simon 24 00
a man aboutthirty-eibtyear S.A CK5 LITERPO
1 ___ .. "__ Cbecks.oh14't* York remitted for prize.* 1 OOO L..lnfiue 'tt.rl .
and Malinda f -i ni i- 11. j-- .i- Gold Anchor face $21002400"2Soo .
a woman aged about thirty-eight moderate, and a reduction made to open '
Our prices are ticket Certificates of Facia-. f for bT
old. Levied upon as the property of said Defendant, ** .. All are invited to call and exam- Shoes Shoes! Shoes gesofTtekaato Addr. *nWdA**for' or ff" Le-verHunteaie a ff ff 80 00 ex 87 00 AU 11T, ORMOND A CO.Tallahassee : '
Md to be sold to said writ to law. tick T. hAYWARD A SON. b un1engraved
satisfy according be SUBSCRIBER residing at Mooticello, Flor AflDERSdN & !Olf, .ers.Miodd April4,157. l' ,...
E. E. BLACKBURN U. 8. Marshal 88-8 THE 45 00
Sept 19,185Y. baa bane largo add assortment or Savannah, da.SepLltf '
JOHN B. RHODES D. Jl.Oct. on a general Gold English Patent Lever, beautiful : :
By of If Four Thousand of 1807. B8INSTTfiAKCE Sash .
3, 1 W7. 40-tds egro Shoes say Fairs made engraved. 60 00 and Blind -
--. GARDEN SEEDS! excellent material manufactured at home White -
by Gold English Patent Lever, beau- F s4 '
ITotice.Monday Red Top and Early Dutch Tur Mechanic which be is selling to Planters and Mer. .LETNA tiful engarved, extra,' 60 00 70 00 O Oa.Y.
chants at the low if $1.30 cU. THL c adootaWe WM&W OiDh'n "-
RUTABAGA Beet Radish, very price per pair. Gold English Patent Lever, aDd "
( \N the second ((2)) Jar November next, ; with Cabbage Send your orders as soon as practicable. A simple CDNPANY Magic Watches 80 00 ptibb tJWh'neoat.-Htledlhe ..-

V/ the undersigned executor of the laet Will and and other Seed for of the Shoes may be seen at the store of James KIrk. OF HARTFORD. Gold English Patent Lever aDd' bu81n mtLa. city 0 ,Ta1Ia"-, and Wf".1d: b.
< tameot of Newnan deeeaied. late of Gad- FAIL PLANTING Tallahatsee. pleased t ,iciye the ot lI'
Gilchrist Mr it Nepbt"10 Magic Watches, 00 00 100 00 patruosgi 5bo.I .
wen county, Fla, will apply to the Hon. E C. Love, Just Reeeired per Bark R. H. Gambit. E.E.'BLACKBURN. t Charier Any of the above Tnrtcbes together with a gifts t t e.Rait ROad DepoL L W. noWZ ",,

eo..e of Probate,of said eonnty at his oOee io the For sale by AMES House, of said count for an order aodjdecree 88Plantation --0-- .. -.y--- ,
1857. fall .
to Sept. 18, giving pkrfjcolm wflll be sent,on application Io
eH the following described lands a. pmrt" f theestate Found.' CASH CAPITAL,- $1,000,000. (UO.: DOWNING & CO.j CIGAR'Q '- LARGE let J't\t. ;_ "\"
of Md; deceased for the payment of the debU Goods & -. .,. 28 Sooth hird Street PhiUdelphla,. ). "T' ,, .
w aid estate rit: the West half of lot No.fifty (60)) Sunday the 6th'instant, on the Tbomasvills 1N8UEE AOAES8T LO68AND DAMAGE BY PIES. N. B-Newsperpers througbout the fl. eeivedbjr i.LhnOBIiMb : .

and lots Jfos.fifty-nine,(89) sixty (60)) and sixty-one GRO .. ON wftbte'six miles of Tallahassee] a ONTEKM8 ADAPTED THS' HAZASD, piog.&We 4yertiMm ..Ix.nJ cour.try e, b, _21/67. S S .. ,. '. <*''*
(.1)) aorbes McNeil's 'Xer Flannels Osna- f ND>COSSISTENT WITH TilE LAVft
aeoosxim; to ) Dnseys POCK&BOOK CONTAINING MONEY. w payment a.superior double pointed gold
i al1fVey 01 BLANKETS and Plan- 01'. coMPz 5A'rIOL. and
a P'01 said JIU1"Cbaae lands to be ', Sb'rtings, RussetU ,. _. worth W other 4
case bod.
sold for the The owner, bj broringproperty, pajing. for. this a. any Jewelry tfth* same :
Stock of : '
Jleymeotol&wJa1FalclebUaoddemao also large C. LEWIS .
Ution a o Agent, 'value the ,of
ImproTeroents payable on receipt the ffrst
hare tb. iopy

:"L:'aid es*** i preference E. S. SHEPARD to a tale of the. Ext'r.slaves ton. just. being HODGKISS received per, SCpTT Gamble>and POOtE.Reming sane advertisement, by applying) and tor awarding BUTLER the find&t.BEKHAM.pan 16 U673fr For TallahMie and vieinity.U'UI& taming, Sept.1-1857.the advertisement.- S3. G, D 4 (.'roo-< I IOU. BUSHELS EOPKINS CORN.-..uibr.rt.1\lS.

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published I'Tcry' by a HUM JOT Sill STiBUl q"IIE undersigned begs leave to inform the citi-- Iron
JL he Las
trj TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. zans Tallahassee and vincinity. that MANUFACTURER in all kinds of Plain and) Fan- VERMIFUGE

At TTTO DOLI-AES per annum, in advance. Better than the Itest Z! THE Proprietor would in- opened a carriage shop in this place' joining cy Tin Wares, takes pleasure in informing tie citizen I AcDLIVER

Publhhrd Weekly. Htrftoft his friends and the Brokaw's I'er Stables, of Tallahassee and the surrounding country, (thnt he u .

TERMS OF ADVERTISING.One 'Ole only Off Dolor a ]Prar.G. .public, that he has rebuilt his in the building formerly occupied by J. L. Grocer, now prepared to vail on all that wish to patronize PILLS.

square. of J 2 fines,or less,first insertion, (1 00 REATEST DISCOVERY of the prestn *q large Brick at the old staud, where be'Is prepared to do all Kinds of work, in his him in his line of business. He also tenders his thanks Pr. :
41 each subsequent 50 Century of DetecingCOtTNTERF'Efl' J prepared to accommodate his friends and at the shortest notice aftd ofl(the must t to his friends, and the public generally for the very i 'i'tva.fthe brat .'tlOft'O".h A rei
Professional Business Cards inserted at$10 per He also has attached to hi* Stables, a Inc I liberal patronage with which he has heretofore been I

nnnum. nA NOTES.. smith Shop where he will have have done all kind of REASONABLE'TEJlJrSI I favored, and he hopes that a continuation ef the same ; They are not
Advertfeeracnls not marked with the number of Describing Every Genuine Bill in Existence,and Plantation work Hone shoeing,and Carriagework in such as carriage painting and trimming; making new : will be granted him. reCO 1I --
interims will be continued until forbid, and charged Exhibiting at a glance evcrH- Countercd the very best manner and with promptness and di.. buggies and wagons, and all kinds of rt.'lalrloK Having i lie will! constantly keep on hand a full! supply of all mended '
accordingly.t5. feit in Circulation !f S patch. procured a first rate Of Ware esnallj! kept ih an establishment of his I as Universal

fica 1 of publication of legal or estate i Arranged tn admirably, that REFERENCE is te3 November B, 185: 4 Carriage Painter and Trimmer, Isorta of business. A full assortment wfSheet Iron, Cure-alls but
notices will not be given until the advertising fee i is I EASY and DETECTION ------ --- - -- Sheet Load; Lead Pipea; Sheet Zinc, Cistern Pumps, simply for
paid. Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, I from New York, the undersigued i ia. prepared t do i and a other articles! too unmefous'o men-
For Sale by P. R. Brokaw.. this kind of work as well and in the latest style, as it I tion. what their'name
Index to examine No pages to bunt CD can be done at the North. DtTIU ERS. P.ur-
iiuiN up! But so simplified and arranged that the 03 TIE Subscriber ha just received All those who have this kind of work to do, and I TO > ,
Merchant, Banker and Business Men can sell nlj: W large supply of Carriages, wish it done in manner that not fail to give I Tin Roofing,Guttering, Copper and Tin ConductingPipes i port45The
-0- t a Glance. OQ BuggIes, and Harness, which he offers satisfaction. wcrH 1 do well to wi .t.., all of which lie promises to do in the most I
firm of BROKAW AJL I forsale on the most reasonable t.et. : cal onWM. KUIINS. .: work-man-like manner and style, and of the best ma VERMIFUGE, fbf
FITTS having been dissolIW It has taken vcais to make perfect this 0 November 18, 1854. 46CLARKE i May 2, '67 18 It-rial, on shortest notice and most reasonable terms
red, the undersigned notifies his in i Worms
--- Having been engaged for the last eight years expelling from
eld customers and the public generally, that he has GREAT DISCOVERY. MILES NASH &CO. I -- Fiarfo Fortes. : business at this place he thinks it unnecessary to recommend -

made arrangements with D. C. Wilson, by which betakes The urgent necessity for such a woi k has long M Dealers in Drugs, Medicines &c. I i himself any further to the public as regardshis the human has
the shop formerly occupied by him, under the been felt by Commercial men. It has been pub- KJ, I "TE arc prepared to furnish PianoFortes capabilities as a mechanic but at the same time he system,

firm t liehed to supply the call for such a Preventive, {L JUST received from New York per bark R.H.Gam- V V of the very best quality, assures all that favor him with a call, good work and f also been administered
ofH. B. Fitts & Co. I and needs but to i>e known to be Universally "u a general assortment of articles in our line, upon the most liberal terms. cheap prices.
j 1 Patronized. It does more than has ever been at 2 such R Oils of almost every kind Burning Fluid, I I They arc second to none iu any country either as Having rcrrmed from the old stand formerly knownas : with the
And ;is new prepared to execute all work done in j tempted by men t1r It describes every BankNote : White Lead, Zinc and other paints, Wiudow Glass of to quality or price i White& Sluwer, he will be found at his stand cor most satisfactory

their line of business, viz: ia three Different Languages, best quality, Putty Brushes, Potalh,8oa, Sparkling I'I Every Instrument will be warranted.( 1ner of 200( foot street, where he will be glad to wait results

Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Rc. I KXOLISll, FKKXCH AXD OERJfAX. 3 Qelatiu.,London Mustard, y (very best,) MILES NASH A c CO. 1/ on all his friends. THOMAS WHITE. I to various animals
pairing Carriages and Bug fA for medicinal purposes, Spice. Pepper. Lemon Syrup, I February 23, 1856. 8 Dec. 1,1855. 48
Thus Each may road the same in his own Native 2 Ink Quinine, Peruvian Bark Fluid Extract Buchu, ___ _____ -- -- i subject to Worms.
\ Plantation work \ J
gics, of Tongue. c.. .and a general assortment of Popular PatentMedicincs. Olive Oil. "WILLIAM p SLUSSER .
t-c3 every discriplion, TERMS. 1 he paper will be about 28 by 42 We keep none but the very best and I SUPERIOR article for Table Just re I The LIVER PILLS for

Mill; Irons and repairing same, Ironing Wagons inches, and will contain the most Perfect Bank .*S'. hope to merit your patronnge. I A ceivcd by AMES tt te.LIVELY. T.a.11.ahasseo, F1.a.. I ,'
and Carts Noto List P.ibhished.Together MILES NASH, & CO. the cure of LIVER .
April 5, 2856. 14 SllftET COMPLAINT
with the rate of Discount. March 23, 1856 18 I MANUFACTUIlEn OF AND .
and iu fact every other discription of work made of Also a List of O __ _u ____ __ .__ Flower Jars. IRON WAKE, WHOLESALE Ail RETAIL all

ourselves Iron and Steel to execute, all of at which the shortest we WARRANT notice., and pledge All the Private Jiankert in A ,irira. : Corn and Cob Crusher. A LARGE assortment Flower Jars, various: Sizes DIALER IN PLAIN, FANCY ANI> JAPANNKDWARE. I BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS

H. B. FITTS. A Complete Summary of(the Finance of En RANGER'S Corn nnd Cub Crusher I Just received and for sale by I SICK HEADACHE
Feb. 14 18:7.: 7- rope and America will be published in each eili- -3 01- patent AME: & LIVELY.
ly tion have taken the Agency for the sale of these su I Stove Hcad- lnnrlcr I II
together will all the Important news of the |J Aprils, 1 &C.Purchasers
day. Also pc-ror:: Cob Crutfer.uDqnah.d it is said to any in Sr. assortment Cooking, rarlor I .
r Notice. I trj the Co ntry. stck Crushers, will 'be on India Rubber Belting. I i1ASI'LENDII ', trimmod with matuesi
INTERESTING STORIES hand early this coming Fall. Prices vry low, considering reduced prices. I,! will pleasebe
fl HE undersigned has made arrangements triflSTI < From an Old Manuscript found in the East, and 1 great saving in feed.15 $55 $65 each A LAIWE SUPPLY of India Rubber Belting,of : !
_L B. Fitts to take charge of his Blacksmith Shop no where else to he found. It has nc"er"ct npj 0 for these sizes. Prices uniforn throughout- the county. two, three and four ply, warranted fully equalto !I Out Door Work.Roofing. I particular to ask for
and hand, and solicits for the new firm, the patron-- j pcarcd in print,aud furnishes the Most Complete %$ Forfurther particulars: cull and examine for yourselves Leather, and 75 per cent cheaper; in fact considered Ornamental Front Heads, Gnllering. Cop'I

nge of his old customers. D. C. WI LSON. History of Q so soon aa a stock fur a sample rives. I by those who have tried them,superior to Loath. per and Conducting Pipes, Sheet lead, Sheet Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated
Feb. 14. 1857. 7-1> ORIENTAL lIFE D. LADD. cr All sizes, from to 1 fiches wide constantly Zinc, Lend] Pipes. Patent Cistern Pumps. Sliop'mcork -
--- --- -- ---
----- Newport July 1 5, :IL( 27 on hand by D. LADD. of every variety done at short notice \'
DENTISTRY. and described the Moot Perplexing Positions ERMIFUGR and
which the Indies locI Gentlemen of that Country in --- --- ------- ---- Nowrort: ,_Oct._18,__185C._-12____ ____ i, Cily: ami Coimfiy Ulercfirtiits !;

Dll. T. J. CUR LEE, I have been s-> oftiu found. These Stories will 50,000 Havana Segars. I II Town Property for Sale. ,: Arc respectfully invited logive' me a call befoie pur I j LIVER PILLS, prepared by

-1"J"1LL continue, iu future, the practice of DENTISTRY I I continue throughout (the whole year, and will Oprove who love to smoke SEGARS I T"\lifE underpinned! offers at private sale, the follow.1 chasing \cwIIC're. :!
I prron' good N. B. All articles manufactured from the
V f iu South Georgia and Middle and the Most Entertaining ever offered to the 2 I ALL find them together with some choice, Tur- !' ing described property, known as the.Jrafa Lots, best 15s/-material and warranted durable. Ni other very nrtile Iill'

East Florida. He has had several years practical' experience Public.... < .!h and Spanish smoking TOBACCO .the :' v b : Lots Nos. :3, 25, 27, 30< -48 1-JO, 141 I, 142, 143, will be offered for sale.: ((0 ,'e.\\.n( 0J.\c .
in the profession, the last throe of which has I t Furnished Weekly Subscribers oily' at I Store of AMUS: & Dl'Ug i iNov. 144. 22' 2'!?. 235, 23t,2 ICI, 241, 242, 243, 241. 245, I B
October 20 18i5. 42
been in those sections country. His woik i is of the ?1 a year. All letters must be addressed to 2 29 1856. 48 1 248, 24&, 250, 252, 253.:54,256.257,258, 268, all :I _ _____
most beautiful and durable character aud satisfaction f JOHN S. DYE.: Broker, g ___ u u ____ I in the original plan city (fTatahasset. ; 'n Wines Syrups &c.OLD SOLE: PROPRIETORS, Pittsburgh -
Pulrlisho l ,
tis nn ,
in instance. Piopridor
guaranteed All communications every gent to Mouliccllo. Fla, will J! 70 Wail Street, New York. O A. B. I IIs --ATSO- :; Otard] Brandy, Sparkling Cider, II i Pa., and take no
receive attention as soon as pievious engagements I March 21! 1867 12lyNEW .. Lots Nos. 1, 2, 31, J, I, 7, in S.Counly qr. Port, Old"Port Juice,
I ____
will I -\ L s 0- Madeira, Brandy Cherries, I other as there various
permit. I now rc.i'ing 1lii,; FaN anj Winter Stock of are
I II COODS.I Goods, @uitb''." Lota Nos. 3. 12, 13: 15, 16, 2:, 25, 39, 40IS, 61 Sherry, Sardines, :
REFERENCES : I 6',in the South i County quarter.The Sparkling Oelatinp, Preserved Quinces, I other preparations now
: ( c f rr j above de.-cribcil property formerly belongedto i Flavoring Extract; "Pt'*n, {
Ud ,
lIo".J.r..SIc\np'Tt.) ?_?!HI-u t', 'ia.IIo. ,< I JOHN PRATOBIOUS, :1': YJ ; i; ( ov. Brown. For further inmlati"l and term. : Yeast Powders, Tamarinds, I[| before the
II jx. P. E. LOVE, J oni&ibt. !..,>> in part of French and English Cloths, CVsiniei I i which will be liLlrl,apply to A.Perry Amaker, E8/h j Spanish Olives, Spices I Ii | public, pur-

W. S. DILWORTH, ) Mon"r-Ice Hrt Flil"Hox. I MERCHANT TAILOR, ..5 and Ye 1ings of all c"I'lrt and of the b./t jiial I Attorney at Law, Tallahassee. i Corn Starch, Pickles I j be
})\Ii'". .tr n. E. HAMILTON, )f ''.y, ,'hidIC? is prepared: to manufacture to orJl'1 on. II CHARLES P. MANNING. ; Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil, j| porting to Vermifuge .

.J. C. MC-GHEE { M lso fl F,a.GEM. I Dealer in Ready Made Clothing and the most reasonable terms and in the most Until sold, the alsive} property trill b*> for rent.A. English Mustard, Caper., II j i and Liver Pills. All

COL. B. C. PorE, ) Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.j FASHIONABLE MANNER, PI-MIRY AMAKEU.Fibruaiy Claret, Cocoa, i
Alligator, IB, 1 1850. 7-tf AMES & LIVELY I\
N. IV,-Da.CUR LEE will be iu Quincy during the I --- Together with a general assortment of 5 1850.ORANGESPRING. I! others in comparisonwith
/ -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Jn'itmy: ,
latter part of the preseut week. j am now receiving my Fall and Winter sep READY-MADE CLOTHING, Cod Liver Oil. I, I

April !5, 7. 17 I! ply of Cloths, Cassimercr, Vfs't\ngft\ ..07 that will compare favorably} with any stock of Clothing I PURE. of the celebrted" Brands' He Dr. MCLANE'S, are

ever exhibited for sale in this city, consibting of FRESH Clark Co. Riif-h ton's.
BROADWAY GOLD PEN j t Every Color, Style and Quality, Fine Black and Colored Cloth and Frock Coat, I., For sale by ( .t AMES A.LiVELY : Male & Female Seminary; I worthless.
Csusimcre and Beaver Frock Business
WhiCh I r\cv ard. April, 1 185 '. 14 : r }: situation of: this Institution is at of the
Manufacturing Co. j am rppored to make vp in the most Coats: i -. one The cEwINEMcLane'sVermifuge '
fashionable and colored Cloth! Beaver and Pilot Over- Drug-get Carpe ng--nd Hearth ; I- finest Sulplrj'r'Springs in the 'ountry, and is uu I
335 BROADWAY NEW YORK, I :/./// _, on short atticc { Back Snrtonts- I : surpassed for health. It is easy of access for steamboat and Liver

now selling their splendid Gold Pens, Pen I' AND ASONABL TERMS Raglan's Black and Fancy Doc.-kin and CassimcicPan's ., Rugs. ,I and a few hours staging. :
ARE and Pen Capes at the Lowest Retail Price, -ALSO'-- FINE LOT Brussels tWo and three Ply Wwl The Principal with the experience of twenty years. Pills be had
I can now at
Draws Barathea Satin and Cloth Verft. A flIRT aided by a corps of competent assistants, will dote I >-
aud each purchaser n Bett Grenadine, ., Carpeting. Al'o, a few pieces Wool and Cotton I II
i A L'.flftn: ANRWKIL SELECTED STOCK or C.isiiiifre Silk and Caihmcic do., do. and fine Hearth and for sale I \ his whole lime to the improremcnt of hi?pupil :
P1EMIUiI-I'REM: I UJI-P HE:UI U I Fancy Yeh.e Rugs Drugget, rightat ail
The third session I respectable
READY-MADE CLOTHING, I W'u1' ., D. LADD. commence Monday, Juuuary Drug
of from 50 ccnts to $1000! ; Gents ShawN, Dre 'Qu itjn"uf garm nt'suitable for winter weiir, I K. ANDERSON, Principal. Stores.
As soon as a Pen or Pencil is purchased, the Prcmi Cotton anil Meiino Under ) --- ---
5n4 nf : ",, ,Taliuas, Coats,Ves-ls, Pants, tc., 6hirw Nov. 29 1IS56. 48
urn is delivered immed ttely. Canto Flannel: and Jeans i iA Dr. P. P. LEWIS .
j \?bich will be disposed of at low prices. cc"l I It .
LIST OF TENS AXD THE EETAIL rr.If.'J-: Also, lot of Plain Shirts LSO-
I a large alt Faucy t IVES nutice to hi* fiienua and pat 60 WOOD ST.
iG ld })cns..U 25 '"nI11 ( Undershirts Cravats, Stocks, Hosiery, &c.Ac. A gcneial assortment of Farrry anil, Blaik :ilk: and I (1" rons that he is now in possession of t Notice.SIX I ,

".. Engrossing size .. 2 50 Gills : Those desiring a thorough out-fit wi consult their \. Satin Stocks, Ties aiid'Crnvat! Collars, wtloreil uiid all the latent improvements,in Dentis;, Months after date shall present my final ac ; Sole Proprietors.SCOVILitlfEAD .
Silver Ex. Holders .. 2 50SilverDbLEx. CI Jod ,I own interests by giving me a cal a! the above articles white KM and Silk Ulovo, Buck and Lisle "Ilirra-1 try. 1 It, The extraction ff 'IVeth, without producing mts and vouchers to the Hon. Judge ot Probate I ,

.. 110M ers. 3 1 75 .. 3 do have been selected great care, and with I I do.. Ladies GUntldc suptrior' Linen, Cambri: and I | pain by the aid of n loral' .implication, which consists: of Loon county as executor of the estate of :Ko. 111, Charters St. New Orleans.
.- Mammoth 5 00 4 do :I special cicw to theiradaptatiow to this market. Silk Hanrk'rCif", Brown and I Fancy' Cntt"., !Li-slo, in :111ilL[ | niUnx-ial freezing mixture to the parts John Ccok, deceased, late of said county, and ask to General Wholesale agent for the Southern States, t
Leviathan C 25 .II : ell October, 1856. ly-42 Thr.ac } llw, .{., Ac. CALL AND ful\ '.!' 2il, The imlelliatcll'trtiol of be di5ehar elL THO:. J. ROBERTS, Ext'r. whom :orJera must be addressed.
flooolaiL Pen Gold. Desk Holder. 3 75 3 J. j- -- - I BUY. I Temporary Set, Oi (riitl.i Pereha, which can be April IS, '57. IC-Ciu Sold by Ames k Lively E. Barnard, Jr., Mile

'JfamVth CI. "A box G 25 L oLni'u : THOUGH I 48 HOURS i Octobei 1 R. 165G.. 42Nails : \rorti wifh comfort, and case till the (ium& are fully - --- --- Nash .t Cu., Tallahassee, Fla.; J. S. II. Davison
: G'iaPcnG1dDcskHolr4" C 25 5.j do - -- -- --- - -- I prc-paro'l fur a permniiful Set ; then insti 1 ted ('fl Gardner c1 ilill*. Newport W. T. Carpenter
Qnincy ;
.Gothic Silver Case and Gold Pen. 3 75 ." :1 (10lam'U1 i Ii that biMtitiful plan called continuous Gums, wll.1 are Liverv and Sale Stable. & Co, Waul cenah ; Jlosfly A Pope. Madison>
G Gold Tooth 2 50 \ ,' I I KEGS aborted NAILS for nale in lots i cleanliness. I rl'Il
( / | \I\ perfect ,I ( that Ire has purchased j W. Rogers 4 Co., Chattahoochce; Baltrell & Widgeon
'S '41 and Ear Pick S 75Key.To'th cclU'WLi1h .: d 1 ; IAW to CASH purchaser at reduced price" by May 31, 1856. 22Notice. _ the Livery Siable of, f Marianua ; Nicholson it Zt'htler, BaiiibridgiG, .
Pick i IWI 3 '', (101Lnai I I I 1).C.) WILSON. I --- -- ------ -- --- William II. N in Tallahassee E. Seixa ThomasvilI.i. h
'fGo1& Pencils ., '. e'm.. ether with the j D. II. Dickinson, Baiubridge ; ,
-i. .- - 2. 50 II 1 do : Milton and Chattahoochee, t I2; :7._ ._ 21 i! good trill of the establishment, and thai he is now I Iprc'pnl'cd .
375 do -- --- -- ----
." 4' ... 5 00 3 I/UJI after date, "the pro to carry on the business in all its branchc, _February_ : 21, 1857._ 8-Jy_ ___
do u
-. 4' 4' and Pcii -I U. S. Mail i I Line i STATE OF I SIX their accounts and untelignelli and promises the public with good accommodations :
ux. c i5 I' 5 10 FLORIA. 11 \ollherl II.uvr 1 ia his Hue ou reasonable terms. A.xn.es cb J:1"Vc1y
: 'Gtnt '1oltl Cases and I'en..._ .. .1000 .. 8 do : Sex-v ; I JUDICIAL f able Judge of Probate for the county of Uallsel! :1,1 :, RICHARD SAUNDERS. I. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA,
' ,
ask for tinal settlement and from
a discharge the ad-
1 kbrA.Oth ;izI2 50 clo '
We warratrt all our G.01',1 Pens to be Dam0; 10 i p0n.; : Leaves Milton Tucsdays and Friday's, at 1 j I niiiiiitraloo! : of the estate of Cornelius English, late of i agent If. ,B and-James has entire T. Herring control is of my the duly business authorized, Wholesale and Retail: Dealers In fIiJ'
"ted nnd : o'clock, a., rLraces ;/ said! connty IleccaseI. according to law. reprcseuting
notsrpaSSP jyj\ any establishment in theUtes i me as fully as if I was personally present. 1 DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Hi.
and besidr ; Chaltahooclicc and : JOhN O. SMITH ) I
given you a Pen or Pencil well Tuesday's Salr. M i debonuinoi.July RICHARD SAUNDERS.
trorth y Stf Perfumery Snuff, Dyestuffs, Surgical Windows Instruments GlassPaints, ,
: "ortib t"rolP. 50 cents to ? in I' "\T 4, 1<51. 21-61 Spices
1,000 ; Apalachicola and the Stage from Tallahas-I the office of Judge of tll ---- ---- -------- O Is Vanishes. Manufactured Tobacco
--- - -- ) Putty ;
"G rLD; WATCHES GOLD ccann AXD \ L.IT ai iix-", i see, Fla., and Binbrdge, (;(1., II \ for the Ea.tcr Judici 1 CircUl; Therefore, an flec-I Notice. i iSIX and Glass Ware, Patent Medicines,

Gold LocketA, Diamond Pins, Cameo setts, Gold I IN GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK! I t lion is -n-by unleied to be held in the several Coun- j Attachment Fine Soaps,Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies''
Studs, Rings, Breast Pins, Silver Fruit and r i' ties composing the Eastern Circuit, on Monday, the ;I Edward \\ 1 for the mouths after date, I shall present my final aci Ii i' and Hair Brushes, Medicinal,purposes,
Cake Baskets,' Silver Goblets,etc.AGhXTSHJJXTSUHXm. 'I MIIS Line is now in first rate order. Th? rhdei Gth day of Octolxr, proximo for one Judge to fill the |I c- Second District of Leon Co., I nud vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Probate Paint Brushes, Fancy Articles
I JL Stock has been renewed, with) new and comfortable unespired term. Nathaniel White. ) Attachment for $22 38.1 Our"MIE I: Tor Jefferson county, as admini trator of the estate of i iAjlcs Garden Seed Fine Havana Segars.They .
: Hacks. Th lrh-et are crcuJ sober and a: i icommodatinjr. Judges of Probate in the several countiej B. Lord, late of said county, deceased, and ask ,
Tlc of j defoiiiluut and all others interested, are hereby have recently received a Large and t'tetk
Now is the time and here is the chance to rrfSkefa liberl baggage allowed !. I I will take due hcrettairtiiiakethe! | for a discharge from said administratorship. !
rltrce JL notified the thu of articles
of commencement tt! suit, wpy> of every vnrkty usually kept by
?lOO0-$2,0OO--4Z,0OO-OJO t each passenger t! turns to the office of the Secretary of State in the i i WVf. R. LORD, Adnit'r.lril i ii
r returnable to a Justice's Court t be held atTulIahaa- (Iru 1bb. Plotters and Physicians will always find
i 'ff..
pc?ear, in the sale of Gold Pens. Jewelry, l<., it ; nun'XT preset iljed by law. : see, 12th day October, A. D. 1657, nu.1 l to appear i 15-5m i ii at this ciiablibhmezAa full supply of every thing ace
I ------ --- -- -- -- ---- -- --- -
We offer Liberal commission to Local l and l Trav- AGENTS: I In testimony whereof, I have hierenutosvtmy hand and plead to the same. i : ded, and on the mowliberal terms

cling Agents and give them Credit on One Half till At Milton, Js. A. Cu.im.t, and caused to be affixed the great seal of the. I:. Gi\"Cl under my haud and seal this ?.lth daJ' of Notice, ; Orders from the Country promplyofilled and laUfJlc .
old. A light and agreeable business, and above all I Geneva, Ala., W. D. MONROK, I State. Done at the C.ipffol in the city of Tiillaboaie July, A: D. tiou guaranteed, with regard both prices and quali'ty. '
a good paying business. Agents wanted in all partsof Campbclton, J. W. SMITH, this 31st day of J 11y, A. D. 1 8:1. 1857.EDWARD 1 WET. [r.. B.:) I ALL persons M. Townsend having demands', late of against Leon the estate deceased of ;, Physician's prescriptionarefully compound]
JAMES E. IE couuty. |
the country. A Catalouge containing a List of i Mamnna, W. NICHOLS, BRO Oo\"er. J the Peace. I will take notice that must preseni'th"m ,' Also:"Eppmg's compound Plaid Extract: of Bucha
: ClKiltahoocbee I). COLKOX Attest: July 25, 1857. 30-Sm they .Jan 5, 18516s
Goods with full Explanations of terms to Agents will }'. I,. of State. : to the undersigned duly authenticated within the time '! ______ ___ -
: Pa be taken with YIL.'PIa.l Secretary n ------ ---
be Benton application,free. All orders will be !sengers can through certainty, ---- --- ------- -- ---
promptly t prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in bar
A the hi the Eisteru Judicial Circuit will}t
security and with comfort. pipers .
attended to, and those sending mail Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE
tip money by till day of electron.Auauitl.1857. Notice.SIX .' ; of their recovery ; and all persons indebted to said .
: pii'.lisli i
will receive such goods as they order by the return ,
estate are hereby notified to make immediate OF FLORIDA. >
Months after date, the undersigned; adminis pay-
and .
mail or express, with the Gifts enclosed inthe packa I Proprietor 19-tf COtrcor.i ------------ 3 of the estate of Mary A.Bezeau, deceased.late : meut thereof to the uu1dcrBirned.I JEFFERSON COUNTY. J'

ges. Address all order" toMEHlUCK i .M:7. ___ _._. of Leon county, will present his tidal accounts and I LYMAN SMITH, Admfr. 1T7M. H. ANDREWS; sheriff and adinitistratorV
BENTON A DEAN, For Sale, i vouchers to the Ic1omblt Judge of Probate of raid II August 29, 1S56358w j I. T ex'cftieioofthe estate of David Woolf late of
S25 N. Y. I Ii
N. D.--Go1J Pens in Broadway, Valuable Plantations, &c., A \ALtA LE PI.AXTATIOX. is LEON Covxtr, FLA. i county, mid ask {discharged. -- -- Jefferson county, deceased, has filed in the Probate

Enclose the Pen and lhirty-niuecenta re-pointed superior in P. O. Stamps.and manner.. i FOR SALE. I WILL be sold at piivatesalc! that lino plantation i THOMAS J. PERKINS, A llt'r.July I Notice. !; office Jefferson county a written suggestion that
25, 1857. 30- m he believes tae estate of David Woolfe to be insolvent.
as the I Harrow' formerly
the Pen will be l returned i .
July 4, 67. repl.linteclnel 27-Sra poit-palJ. I r "lIE undersigned Executors of John Whittllfa., I owned by Col. David. I Barrow, and, now by Bryan ---- --- SIX Montluufter date the undersigned ..lJutflilrai'i Thereupon, notice is given to all l persons bating

------- ---- JL late of Burke. county, deceased, offer .privatesaie I Croom, Borne ten miles N. E. cf Talahassce. The I of the estate of Charles S. Sibley, deceased, I claims against said! estate to appear and file the sarnu
I until inc nrst -lueaday in uru&biati( next, plantation contains Twcntv.t e Acre\ ofI Vermifes. late of Gadsden county, will present her'fiual account | with the Judge of Probate of said connty on or be-
Surgical Infirmary for N e-I I the following property \'il: A Plantation in Burke I I .nd, the greater part of \which is IunJred equal any land GO < to the Judge of Probate of said county. and ask to be ''IdisdlargeJ. fore the 12th day of December neat when there will;
Gut creek Ponds adjoining 48 Me Lanes MARY D. G.SIBLEY Admfr. distributIon tlf tbs funds to
county, on Boy near Fryer's! in Florida. There arc about twe've or fourteen hut o bo a p'o-rat belonging
GROES. I Jo1,1! B. Whitehead, M. P. Green, all others, I tired acr&' of open land, and the remainder finely timbered :;t r ." Jaynea Tunic I Worms Juno 20, '57. 25-ra j said estate amongst the creditors thereof: at which

undersigned having had frcqueut applications !I containing 1700 acres, more or less, oak hickory, including a large quantity of very superior land, 24. Perys Del,1 Shot for Powder time the'said William II.Andrews will apply for his
THE of which there 500 of fresh cleared Land 21 Veimifuge final from the administration of said estate
arc acres discharge
receive patients from various portions of the I yet to clear. The improvements are very good-adwelliug Santonin, Worm Seed Oil, kc.AMES. Notice. j
country, for the treatment Surgical and Chronic and 700 of well timbered forest Land. The Plantation house,good quarters for about one hUlln.11 A LIVELY. THOMAS J. CHACE.
i is well improved and in good order-having The be sold months after date the undersigned adiniuMr.v '! Judge of Probate.
Diseases, and beiug convinced that an Institution 1 negroes, god fences, ttc. plantation "'i '57. 15 SIX
founded upon proper basis and conducted in such a large, commodious and new Dwelling on it-the win- I' for one-third cabh, the balance one years, Aprill -- -- of the estate James W.otrauge, deceased j March( 7, 67. 10-9m
residence of d. Two and half miles ,. late of Gaileden coifnly, will his final accounts --- --- - -- -- -- ---
manner as tn prove conducive to the interest of patI ter dceas a only with interest from date of sale. The plantation will Jane R. Wilson, Center L. Hau h-) present I j
rObS, would be of public utility have jointly oJlelied I i 1 from Green's Cut Station, on the Augusta and I Ii be shown to :any one desiring to purchase, by Mr. ton and Lucy N. Haughton. his to the Judge of Probate of said county and ask to be Circular Saws:

an Infirmary, acd are now i'ejiJy to im-ivc patients i Barnnnal) Railroad. Hyman, the manager on the place. Purchascis will wife, William W. Wilson. and I discharged therefrom. I'
from any portion of the country. j ALSOA apply to the undersigned la Cornelia II. Wilson by WilliamW. E. S. SHEPARD, Adm'r.July WELCH c1 GRIFFITH'S, and HOE ct CO'Sf'

One of the best and moU ouuomiklioiis houses has well improved Plantation on Lake Jackson, iu T"labasscc.W.. CALL Wilson, her next friend, 4, 1857. __ _27-Gm I Ciicular Saws, from 42 (to 64 inehea size, con.

been secured fur the purpclI'e-l-itmltecJ on corner of Middle Florida, about four miles from Tallahassee, July 2:, 16&7. 30-tf I vs. stantly for sale at a umiwion on mannfaeturer'

Price and Charlton streets, war the Havli, Albany t containing 1700 acres, more or less, hammock landa John Executor: of Wil- l Iu Chancery-lit Notice. prices, by LADD.
McD..ugal 61
Gulf R. R. Depot. .,. I considerable portion of which is now under good Notice. William the Circuit tout Newport December 20,1856.

Nurswfof the best character have been employed, cultivation. WILL sell Land in lam. Dutton Leandcr t). JoJ!J anti 'Middle of I i SIX Mouths after Jate, the undersigned: adiuinistra- WiUi- l11 JBudd Administrator of
who will be under our immediate s I -ALSO- I one places Floiidft Leon of the estate of Lewis M.Saunders, d *
per\"i8lon--80 Columbia mixed with oak and hickory, Julia A. Bal his wife, Co.M ceaBec.I'l W. C.Miller, d ceJsedand in his
that planters may be assured that their servants will 260 less, of Pine Land theRichmond county D. late of Leon county, will made bis filial
I acres. more or ,adjoining Ac., containing 400 acres, with good and sufficient title linger Mary Mucger own right and in right of his wife,
receive every necessary attention. Bath tract, in Richmond county, with improvements. to the same. This laud is bused on marl and his wife, Naomi W. Dutton, a the Judge of Probate of said county, and ask to be I as heirs at lAw of Elizabeth
Being connected with the SAVANNAH MEDI. cay discharged. JOSEPH B. 4CHRISTIE Aduit'rAprillS57
CAL and is excellent for Long Staple Cotton, Corn, dc., minor, William Henry McA lis- Miller,deceased, Iu Chaiwerj
COLLEGE we feel 1 i iriterot in 16-6m
naturally great -A L80- handsome dwelling house and ter,Roaetla Elizabeth Me Aliater, ID Madison Cit-

the,young men of bDlGF.n'Hlns.the class an.m, during the WInter A Lot at Richmond Bath with a comfortable and out-boule..etlemtnt water. I have seventeenacres necessary Laura E. lleAlister. 0 minor, John L Miller,vs.Administrator,of cuiCO1tt.s_
operate from distance India Rubber
before the class upon free of a neat single Dwelling and convenient out houses, cotton which I will let go with the place if and Adelia Bertha Wilson. Packing. Elizabeth Miller, deceased, Alexander !-
they being required known the House and Lot. two hundred of land the timber has to the Court by affidavit made and .
only to board. as .Trowbridge rtqlire acres IT appearing Rubber Packing, of all thicknesses from 3 P. Miller. Thomas J.
pay TERMS: I not previously disposed of, the Burke Plantation ben on about two yeais, logs cut and heaped, cause, that all the above named defendants INDIA } inch, constantly on band at D. LADD Miller Elizabeth. C.Miller aDd ',
be sold at Wayoubo',and the Fori 20,000 rails split t enclose the same. This except John McDougal reside beyond the Newport, Oct. 18, I860. 42 Win.J. Miller. J JiT
Board ten dollars per month. Medical attentionand tion at 1',1 outcryoo the first is adjoining a large body of good hammock jurisdiction of this the limits of
Surgicil operations will be charged at the regular I Tuesday in lns publc T For lad place that can b bought oo good trm. Any person this State, but within the United States ; It is ordered, Fluid appearing to the nalisfactieu of the Court that'Alexander
next rmslibtra1 P.Miller Thomas Jj Miller Elisabeth:
rates of the That said defendants ;
city. further information, apply wishing informat.io will plesed address me at Tuste William, W. Dutton, Leander '
W. O. BULLOCH M. D. I HEAD, personally at Balh t, or by letter, WHITE nuggee Pot office, Columbia E. Slant. O. Ball and Juliii A. Ball, _
URIAH HARRISS, ,. D. to. him at Berzelia, Columbia county. C. U/WTCOLLINS. and Mary'D. Hunger, his wife, Naomi W. Dutton a OF or sale by AMES A.LIVELY. State of FlcridaIt : _
Sept 1857. $8PLANTATION *?4 THOMAS M. BERRIEN, 1 August 22, 1867. 349wNotice. minor, William Henry McAlister, Rosetta Elizabeth January 31, 18 1.Insolvent. 5 is therefore ordered that laid defendants appear before
to and demur to said Bill,oo or
answer plead or
JOHN R. WHITEUEAD, I McAlister. Laura E. MoAlister, a minor, and Adelw
FOR SALE. 'CHARLES W. WEST, f Ex'n. Bertha Wilson, appear and answer the Bill filed in the fiat Monday in November next otherwise
this cause ou or before the first in Decembernext Estate Notice. the Bill shall be taken aa eoofesMd against them.
W. NEALY J Monday
WILL sell oo the first in December next TbaC of this
Monday order
I ; otherwise, the complainants' bill shall be takenas And it U further ordered, copy
before the Cou -boUle door ia the A22, 18B7. !4-tdI 1" ETTERS Administration baring been State
city of Tallahassee i granted confessed : this order be of Florida be published b a newspaper'printed in Tallahas
,tb. Plantation belonging to the estate of Dr. i JLJ to me on the 3d day September 1855, by the once a week Prulidtd Tt preceding the published Jefferson county. lee Florida OM' a _eel for (bur)( .-- Fused
James Wbitebead. This place is four miles North of : ;: : Attachment Hon.Judge of Probate for the county of Leon, State Day ia December, in some published in WM. J. OLA f TON 0dmiuistrator of the estate at Chamber this 8th day June, 185T
TaUahasser, on lake Jackson, it containing twentytwo 40 of Florida, on the e.tat of Simon fartridge, late of the City of Tallahassee. newspaper W.Clayton, late of Jefferson county, J.. WAYLES BAKER, Jodge.
( hundred acres of best Oak and ) InJustices fo the Secv debts and of whatsoever deceased bAA filed in the Probate officeof '
SS.OCty quality >Ji1 Wit Cr lid county decea.a demaDd Ordered at CIUMBKUS, this seventeenth (July, Jefferson Juo. 185T. 24 4mNotice.
Hickory land, about one-balfeleared and under cultivation Vend District o LD County, the estate of Simo Partridge A. D., 1867. J. daY county, a written suggestion.that he believes the estate -
the balance b woods. The improvements Xalbaniel White ) Debt f 2 24 deceased, which shall not be exhibited to me .July 18, 18 '. WAYLE Joseph W. Clayton, to be insolvent. 4 .

good. BpHE-defendant aDd all other are hereby sotified a administrator aforesaid, within two years as prescribed 29-m Thereupon, :notice is given to aU persons Laying .*
Comfortable Dwelling and aU necessary out houses, JL, of the commencement ofti suit returnable to a by the statute-of the State of Florida,in such claims against said estate ta appear and file the same npHE-underRigned, Executor, of UM last Will wdJL '
Gin House Screw Barns, Coin. Houses Orcrseer'a 'Justice's Coart, to be held TaIa o the 12th ease mad* and provided shall forever Afterwards b Notice.SIX with the Judge of Pttbate said county on or before tetUment otW JJiAIJi00rrnat7deeease.Uta of

Louse,and CabIns to accommodate one hundred se- 'd1.oH>obr, A. D..1867, plead ,barred; and notice fr hereby given to all creditr months after date, undenige executor the 8th day of JKrch next when there will be a Oadsden donntyi-'giTernotwe U> all P*racne'.h1*' '
groea,framed audio good repair. Person wishing .. app'a late and persons e. .title to distribution : the estate of l, late pro distribution of the funds bebngtBfr to said cirnsor ''demand ::-t said '.taf .) """**",
to examine IW paCe1Ll apply to Mr. G. M. Green Given coder-myhaodaad l- l tltM 4tb dB10f demands 1 barred at the. expiration ofLeoa county, will'present Justin*! accounts and estate,"amongst tliecreditors thereof;;at which time them property authenticated, withiu: I tJ I me pre-.
UJ teSKOSft., Terms tuade kuowu on the day of July, A. D. 1867. 'of the'period a ra we exhibited* withw the vouchers to the Hon.Judge of'Probate-' said county the said'Win:J. Clayton, will apply; for Ins final div scribed by law or ibey'wilt tie barred nod .n thioee
t"; '** EDWARD M. WET, [I a.) 'same and this nle. plead H bar thereof. aDd ask to be discharged. charge from the admiai! tra'ion ot'said) estate. indebted are requested lo mak palm "J rA

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