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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 10, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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profrssional (Cfltb5.iAhi Writtinfw tit) 'Jforidian L' Journal. you poisoned him at the Instigation of that already) entered. But we will proceed with i ted brother and noble-lover, can you blame DeBow's Berelw on ,the Cottel Cr.,.

'.. The EliraDgement. Wealthy merchant: and'consummate scoundrel our narrative.The mer'? In a long article DeBow has reriweed the
= = : -= DoLauny $ and I can inform you farther next morning Alice received) an 1 She laughed merrily and her mother replied -
CHAPTER VII. annny.mousjetter last making the following dedutf-
t }NASH & CU We will to a private In facts connected with the matter. With the representing) Langsd to he a I 3 years
go dwelling. a assistance! of De. Monsieur of has canted the tion :
habits How
furnished I Launy, you put man very dissipated and also accus- quickly Augustus
l' E ALEtS IN richly sofa her headvas apartment sat a lady Upon a Do Turnelle into a bag which De Latin. ed h'm of being then living a life opposed to rays of sunshine to illuminate the face so Average latest spring frost, March 23.
her hand-
bREGSj; PAINTS, her little foot encased resting in its upon small slipper sank that night in the river. Now, Madam, morality, virtue or honor. When Alice read lately clouded with grief and sorrow. My Averae earliest fall frost, Octbr 2G.
from her was know that Lucian Travers is acquainted with the letter her face became ashy pale, and daughter do not hereafter credit the contentsof Average tirrre between ltes I earliest
just perceptible beneath dress. Her '
: MEDICINES) a OILS I air betokens deep thought earnest meditation. more of your history than you ever thoughtwas dropping the letter in her lap she clasped her anonymous letters ; Your own good sense, frost, seven months four dYL
known, and as I am also ft murdered remember hands and exclaimed, Oh Heaven this 013- daughter should teach you to disregard Average date of first Jane 5.

r TTfOULD\ have inform Land Ikeiv friends and assortment the publie.tha of cendant Directly loveliness she raises her head and what trans. that you can never reveal my crime rannot be true, I will not helievc it," and rais- them-let not sorrow usurp the place of joy, And for 1857, a follows : .. .
I I they ou a good uc is revealed. A
t; articles as are generally kept in their line of business the Italian order rich beauty lip'sdark of without your own being (exposed.' ing her hand to support her head she sobbed especially when no necessity requires it." Latest spring? frost, April 2 Earliesffall
and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Then { pouting ruby Oh heavens 1 am undone. Tnvers I aloud. At this moment St. Julian entered [TO BE CO>'T1>CED.] frost, average October 2 Growing 3
terms shall be reasonable.' liquid, dreamy eyes whose soft melting am in yourpowercommand obey," and the loom, and seeing his sister in tears and _. .- season, six month and days. First

Tallahassee, April 9th 1853- 14. glances would cause the heart to flutter.- tho wretched woman covered her face with apparently in great distress, approached her ALL COULD HiVE BEE: SAVED.-The bloom, Juno 2

--Dr.-It ileSH. Nash Her which countenance is strikingly upon remarkable.the whole Her is figuretoo one her hands and wept aloud. and said, Norfolk (Va.) Argus is informed by Capt. He says : I proceed, : to show whatI *
this would consider a small -or large
DFFEKS: HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO THE CltlZEXS OpTALLAHASSEE w'r faultless, and as she threw herself Well'madam, man Langsd.ile must Dear Alice, why arc you weeping, what I Burt? of the brig Marine, that had such pre average
bo represented to Miss Yillieis as a base, infamous has occurred to cloud the sunshine of your crop for 1857, I will call attention to some
SfRROl'XDIXGCOUXTRY. back languidly upon the sofa she appeared and uncompromising villian the black. beauteous face ?" cautions been taken on board the steamer facts. As A general rule, the magnitude of

OFFICE with. Dr. 3L Xasliiminediately eastof the to be an angel bright for heaven formed ;" I ness of whose heart is darker than the deepest Brother, dear brother, read it. I am almost Central AmerIca, when the Marine was seen the crop depends upon a long or short period .
and reader would like to know who this
May 19 1855. :0lUEDICAL you recess of Hell's black night, and more crazed, it cannot be, it is not true. You approaching, as would have enabled the two between the spring and fall frosts. In
lady is. She is an Italian birth and the ,
by over you must do it in such a manner as to are always with Augustus and he: is not so vessels to ride together by 1iiw.er, they would 1839 the spring opne'ol th6 6th of March.
widow of noble French
XOTI E. who
( a gentleman
I the and
preclude the possibility; of doutit on the part wick C'rl. seventeen days earler tan average,.
from political causes, made America his home. I Inn continued only a few fathoms apart, and
I of Alice cr her mother. Improve every opportunity I Julian took the Idler and roa-1 it, lii, sistor i the growing sasn continue twelve days
Drs. Robertson & Bond We will call this beauteous widow Madam: I : all could have been taken on board the brig later than the ,giving for the
you have of lauding iiio.oii al t watched his countenance( his t turnod d.-id- average
f formed co paitncrship in the practie Do Turnellc.] She was apparently but twentytwo before dark., The: Argus : growing season eight months ond day, and a
HAVING to use all the ability you possess to effect I b' 1 I'i'lo, I then I the red plowing 1 bl-nvl ru=!.r-fi to says
profession, offer their services In the cit. years of ago, and from her S'irrowfiil) | this end. in lhi I hi Ho that when he bore down forth of bales-an increase of more
I If I you do not succeed; <, you wry triMpVs and t-rowing the I :zeus W: of Office Tallahassee over the and Store surrounding lately occupied country.\.\- Bettwi I appearance one would smmise the that the was j J must resort to more :forcible IIK'.VSUICS.: I am I the: cari.-t| he st 1a'lIpd it unJt-r: his feet t, and steamer, knowing his own disabled: con than 8,00,00 over the year immediately -

& Higgs.Feb. very unhappy. Directly bell rii-gs and 1 on tho 1nIlY eiile of \on:: r Yiiiicrs, a giy, tVl'ii \ehcninu-e exclaim': .d I, An iufr'rntllif', di'ion' and that ho must neeessaiily drift farti preceding. The crop of 1840, besidesthe

28, '57 9-tf in "the next minute Lucir.ii Travers"' enter j' dashing': h.ims-one; ; : (fellow! 'VlflI 1 can 'J l lead a b.-je: !l.-anli -3 e u Iut1c-. (;Jn" i 5s as imi noI > I leeward ; and hoping that those on board influences of a shor season of nix months
I hope jou arc well, Jh IIII. Tiiis was thnos.0.. I will but born babe i isiov till would realise this he made and twenty-four days, was diminished by an
by Kav.yna now, remember cent a* an mm ut sifter. I must: > steamer every
ILAlfN{ A B 1)) J"r said in tone of mock I '
a politeness which it that I.-.rir.n: Tiate-: ; i i. nut t to be hi.i) this, I he oti iit to I Know it."' I Dinner j jwas preparation on board the brig for riding by a overflow in the Mississippi, and reached only

WILL roVTIM-C TIlE was very evident to perceive, was assumed i foiled. I lie I iiia\, pui up \ ith Ktn1 'f your I" aim'.:ttimel./: Julian lint the letter ii: Ji'f; f I! haw;("-nnd expected to find a boat out from 1,65,00 bales. The crop of 1842 was very

DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS She instantly replied] in a haughty tone, j 1 faults! but those, nim-h come in ejut.-sot t with !>.ckt>f, i JtModiutely ordTod hi:* luZv and i j jii.'iM.ig the steamer with the end of one of her large large, Znd it will be observed that the season .

Quite well, Ir. Traxcrs, and sir, as you j his own interosls! : will m-vt-r) Le countcnanctii! 1 ; !it,.-itly diej-.itchod the r-ieall' : imnioii; j: !hawsers on b '.alt! Me accordingly roundedto commenced on (ho 22 February, and con-

W AT THE OLD STAND, MiN :2 sent me word so expressly that you would i j or suh'nilti'ii! II). Now, madam, I goytl\ ; :, out, and ''.-:\\S H'DII iijvin; Ins Vnto th( <:!hlol l lh l- I I close under the .ter of the steamer, so tinned until the October, a period of

do me the honor ol .1 \isit, I would be glad! { when I return I J'jJl h. : I fu.liter; dirr-otions I h if.n I iI"t I t-L; t cl.) ,f that : biscuit might? almost have been eight months and four days yielding 2,378-

OF TilE 1i MOKTAX, to ascertain the nature" of the business .you ipnro'sc j with me whidi } uu are to c.nry out tu tl.ebitter. I Wliv.lnf: f ;!s tho matter willi{ .Tuliar! : "?sb'li I!j jMr tossed 11011 one vessel to the other-and 000 bales, an increase of more than 70,00 .
traflsacing.Vell ''il;. !h I lose have, received of her lines bales over the previous year. The crop
Adieu. So saying tins arch find left ? ;; r> : hicaroeiv. ea'en a mrii:\ \\- enough to one I
Some of Clislon an J Monroe sttce!tS,Talla11IsseC' \ Celeste, you have ]been! invited to the room. Can any one picture to t themselves I I ful I, and J ha? not uttered .-\vo.-J i in tho '.-JV. I (VoiM! : "mal boat-but to his dismay, nonesuch 18-18 was an unusually short one of 1,779-
Mrs. illiers house to morrow evening, have I of ; ,' readiness and in minute 000, resulting from.a short growing season
.Tanuaryl9,1S56. 3CoPartnership j a more awful situation than! thai of this 11:1-: conv 'i <:don WC ; a more (
-, you not f ftrtUIiatCvoIiiLu: left to I lie merciless hands,: i Uli mother," ::Iid :hi'-_' n-i-1 l jlc.r h(nuli-, I j lie \n drifting rapidly away. le i of six months and five day, and a general
Notice. I Yes, sir, I have, but is it a matter that so of a contemptible gambler} and practised: libeitinc [ fill eocrc; fillet! \\ili!m tcnis.: "I I li.nve .jii-t '!fJtil lie cixdd have sm'cc every conf.dnl visitation of the army worm. The crop! of
MMIE undersigned have this day entered into a co- : intimately concerns you that I am to be cat. received letter could have to the steamer! 1749 is again a short one 2,097,000, showing -
I ; hut dear reader: WI.il pa= :: to other: an rmonvnioua : jvr.>rf"-en'ii"' Ill only
JL partnership in theWHOLESALE I echised in regard to it ?I" I n j' deficit of than bales from
In this of nautical a more 600,000
scenes and other tre. Au'rustns' Langs. Augustus to be very Lad, brother i'i! taken opinion men experiencemust
&, RETAIL By no means, Madam.\ I can nssuie you I I with him the t the previous crop ; the growing season was
I dale had met Madam; OuTmin-lIe! ill! cornpany ) the letter to hotel. I d' r-ot believe universally concur.
:DntTctThIE1 I should! shrink from beingrnir eatechist, I : Central America with only six months and 2 2 days, and there was
i In one or two ceia: <-ioti5. Her youth and what it contains but the! charges n-o of Thf was provided .
under the name and shle t. of ]but I merely meant to that will tomorrow I I an overflow in Red River during the
# i say you beauty imnudi.-ilely :.t t true ted] him;, and lie such) an awful character.: | several noble hawsers strong enough to have sum

AMES LIVELY.! I, night if you go meet Augustus !, felt an actual sunnalhv. for ono so young Why Alice, I am surprised that either: j held the vc-ssels together in the then state of mer.The
S I Lanasdale with the woman he 10\'C and 'you and IO'lI.r110,"as*he thought J had been de- I you or Jour brother would give credence to i I weather. We can only giieve that the experiment crop of 1855 was an unusually large

will; I be ploi o.l to so* their fiicnds : will then "]bo com incell that he can never I I prhed i of a loving husband. |II y the cold hand the drl1 ions of anonymous correspondents. I | of running out the hawsers was not ono on a growing season of a few days short

itTIIEY they! will! 1 1ep n full and general I See here, Travel?, trifle! not with my fedj I j in which that: husband'jt death had been compassed. I to ann"\ugiialns with so contemptible, n II| brig was seen approaching-the only means whole season was remarkably favorable, and
Iij:1: \"k":1rr'rttiuintothir; I IIe i ings: for IH'ar t'.iatvhooer she may 1 be., j jLnngtdale I of that least 250,000 bales of the previouscrop
writers have
I). II. AMES.M. I Augustus "pitied h(>r, and having IJ.I a tl ilL- ; anonymous; always some j rescue. a
of bu'ilJl'
LIVELY. Ill''cr'l 3 her. I am his, body | come .icqu.i'r.ted with III r, exeiled Iri'n-.vlf;!!, to i ai-3li-i i !t aim t I In accomplish and are too inea'i i i was received, which had been kept back :
," and) soul, and none ever shall call him bust I hesiile The Federal City. by low water in thc rivers in Alabama, Lou..
January: 1,1 1 *; 1 I the utmost to draw I her mind away from: I and .It'-pic.I'lt' to meiit! notice, too,
__ ___ I band." j 1 what he considered to her a gloomy past.He .- Lr.ng
JOHN R. LLOYD : A demoniac mule darkened the viilian': ; 1 1 could] ] not hate !been made: to believe I tint I I one for a moment to onioitnin the ik:1 of i : ?," is fit becoming a city of palaces: 1856 has been variously estimated, but takingthe

."lI.: C"tiOD.C 01' 1 countenance as he leplicd, ono 'S( beautiful could hav- perpetrated a his I'di.ill' dN'I'Jtion.! ], hu i Iiero every I and will soon be unequalled' in the grandeur present deficit at all the ports, and the

ANDCOMMISSION t I give you credit for your spirit, Madam crime of such darkmar.ti it Travels 01 :anyone i niijlit; ai.l Julian! : frequently accompanies and baiity( of its [public buildings by any probable amount to come (forward it will
Now I can arrange a }plan, with you which!: i! had] : th'. hotel after he Jeavr-s arrd ; \rnorica. A probably not exceed 2,950,000 bales-and I
j iso inf l MERCHANT\ \\hilc! it vi1 1 b.n.'fit you \vill greatly as,i-t geiicrnuf; spirit, wouM I !Invc stamped l it ;as a ; so.i.e little time with; hiin**, It i'> .'rlertlv: Jf the Ne\v York Journil of Commerce believe this fignre has been generally adop
FLUlD.July .\. 1IJ{. I am free to admit self interest Madam.. ; : i tad-I shall take it as a basis of calcula
TALL1AEE, allow the
h" to matter to that thi at leat affords
vile I calumny, a bas" misic-pieMriitalio'.i, conjured lh) (J OU5 give yixi *ays ? country! nothingto
It. 1856. 2'!-1'y : Lungsdal is engaged to Miss Villiers, tl)' ': up by an eiKim! to bla. the fair iepn- I a moment's uneasiiii'ss.: ,'' j ,be compared to tho new Capitol in the tion.
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I young lady! who with her 1J1O'I'r called on tation of orif of nature's ornament! *. I H- We will ('.lIo'\ \iJiers to the l.ottl, he !i sublimity! ; of extent ;ind majesty of propor- Taking the average of the last five cropsas

R H. BERRY, you a few days -incc and \'itl11lOrn :you I I cull ll frequently upon !hei.undof I:!I'it.! I fo'Kid: Langsdale engaged in hi; studies. tions. Tie Senate Chamber will not be the basis of our calculation, without regard -

Auctioneer and Commission I saw: him' a few evenings ago at a pal ty.- : began to feel thai i itva t neccssarv that I.isvisits \\ l.y .1 1.Jiiii.iii 1 :in glad; to tt"I' yon, take { ready tht approaching session of Congress to the late spring frost of the present

MERCHANT. Sow I love Alice Yi'hers as well asvl j v'r- shcnlJ: : cia:.. 1 lie 1 saw plainlx th.it. tiie: i j a se-gnr aiifi smokewitii! me, thes> arc a fine j jat but the now Hal of Representatives season, the result wi b as follows :

I ITAt.LAYIA8IF.FJa..ScpL2 haps Letter than Langsdale does, and it'you I was more t'ur.n [.loaa.il wit!. l.im, and he who I licit* which accident: I ca": ,.? across thU ,! will be prepared' ti galleries of which, un- 1852 crop in 3,263,900

.- _. -:-,-IS5.-- S9 I. can effect a breach between the two, I can j! loved another with all the fervor and devotion ., tnoriiiiig, but von look excited, tI\t", the segar I Ii e til old ones, ate patterns for sight and 1853 ." 2,930,090
I step in and take Alice, and you being rid of I of youthful affection, did not w i.h to Julian and tell nitj the cauve of your agita I hearing. Plans are set forth for additional 1854 I 2,874.300

S. S. KNIGHT, so formidable a rival will have a better opportunity I cause unhappiness, by encouraging p. love he tion.:' I edifices of various sorts, and every fine eminence 1855 3,58,8

1 AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT of effecting Jour wishes." I could never reciprocate. He had frequently'spoken I '; l Head that Augustus, I do not believe it, :appropriated to eom? public building. 1856 estimated 2,95,0

t TALL.\HACSIir, I'LORIDA.ScjUnjlcrllSG5 No, Travers, no-I will never use my I to Alice of his great sorrow for one )but Satan is at work within me to KIUwho The correspondent predicts that the Presidential -

05 influence for you with any woman, even if I so young, so lovely being bereft ol happiness would dare piecurno to write to Ill) sister in mansion will be converted into a bu Average of above 3,12,6
-- -, -- -- -- my own ends may be by that means accomplished 'I the fond love of an affectionate heart o'er- that style." reau"or appendage, to tho Treasury Department Add 5 per cent. for incieasoin.

HIGH A. CORLEV and especially with one whom I respect shadowed by the awful reality which dt'ath'e.- I Augustus! read the letter, his face was and that a marble palace for the future cultivation 15,20

Attorney at Law, as highly as I do Miss Yillicrs. She ; ry day with unerring ceitaii.ty foces: upon u-. I purely livid with lag-', and when he had perused Presidents of this Republic will be built 9. MMB Mta-W

shall never marry Langsdale, but at the same I Madam DeTurnellc had latt-l- e\inccdbiich it he exclaimed, on a lofty eminence West of the city proper." 3,29,8
TALLAHASSF.F, FLA. time I will never aid you in your nefarious feelings towards him that he determined to I What hellish misrepresentations, would I This is a change which ought not to be made. But if the fall frost should place at

January 17, 1&57. 8-1j I schemes. Ever since Jot ensnared Monsieur I call upon her and put an end to all farther i to God that I could form an idea of the author i The present Executive mansion ia'good enough the average date, 26th October the growing
. ', 1 De Turnelle have followed me likea of this base but I must see for President. We season will be only six months and three
you advances on''er pait ]by' relating to her his calumny, a Republican want
Benj. F. Young, I IJ shadow. Travers, I believe you to bu the position with Alice. She was present) at the Alice. Yon Julian know how false it i is, and II no marble palaces no outward emblem of days, one month short of the average and

['r) "'(lrJ' } ,' iJ 11 0. yJ I j I evil spirit of my existence, but yon shall no party given by Mrs. Yilliers and <-aw but too it therefore to you need no denial 1\t t my I royalty, whether a ,palace or a crown. It we ca!only expect a proportionally short
i. ill | longer be so, you have thought that to shield plainly that Augustus' whole soul was wraptup hands ; but Alice cannot believe. Wait 1 be in better taste and more in accordance crop.

ANIMJLICITOK IN> EWILL ( irY, I[ my husband's name from the obloquy which in the hope of one day calling Alice ''il- will order my buggy." with our Republican theory, to make 1857. Average crop in bales 3,279,800,

Eastern Cir I your villiany would have heaped upon it, I hers wife. Madam DeTurnfile's Italian spirit "No Gus, co with me, my buggy is at the a palace of the Capitol, where the representatives Deduct 14 per cent for one
f practice in the Courts of the I would do ( but know from ,f the and of the month 'short
of Florida, and the Federal Court anything or you, could hardly bo controlled. Burning with door. ( People States are average
this time forth that imagined and drow his hoofs! and assembled and let the President's house season ,
(OFFICE AT CAIXSYIU.E, ALACIIUA COUMV.) you power love for Langsdale, she almost gave_ way Langsdilo on changing! : remain 559,0
KEVEREXCESs dominion over mc is at an end." under the excitement of passion to a burst cf his coat, proceeded wilh his young friend! ( ; j : as it is, an elegant hut unpretending

Your husband's name, Celeste! would emotion when witnessing the many little attentions having: arrived at the house, Alice immedialoly I I mansion, suitable for the( chief magistrate of Leaving for the actual only 2,82,0
GAIT. .J. J. LUCAS, ) From the above, I conclude i ifthe
suffer more at own hands than with me repaired to the parlor: where Augustuswas a republican country. even
Chailikton, S. C. your that Lang!dale bestowed Alice.
Cou J. D. AIKEX, y upon I fall frost
FCASLB & THOMPSON, 1Du. did the world know all. You are speaking She went home that night accompanied by awaiting her. As she opened the door I lime reflection made by this correspondent November should bo protracted to the 19th

t JAMES S. JO.XES Tallahattic, Fla. without considering that you are deeply in Travers, and when they had proceeded a Langsdale advanced to her and kissing her !I must strike every visitor to Washington. All the latest period for the last 32

I _June 6, '5 7. 23 my power and I intend that you shall not short distance, Travers broke the silence by (fair: brow, led her to the sofa. Dear Alice, I! these grand plans of construction and remov- year, the growing crop cannot exceed 3-
know but feel it. noble for instant credit the foul calumny atiou look The and 275,000 bales, which would much short
AMAKER only Though your Well Celeste have seen all.- you cannot an i to permanence Capitol b
A. PERRY saying, you I of the
commercial
birth gives you an entrance into society, I The fond glances, the bright smiles and attentive that has been heaped upon me dearest, I I other public buildings in tho federal city, are the fall wants of te world, and if

l ifV I fJItV ATTALLAHASSEE LAWt I can if I will even in that respect effect you.I consideration which they interchangemust all my past actions go to prove that the literally surrounded by whole acres of mar the 26th front of comes at the average pro of.

FLA. know a secret of your having erred even convince that they not only ]love ter is a base fabrication, and originated Jd-I ble and granite blocks, looking like fields of October, or as often e.ur before
you that time .the
_May_ 21, 1858. 20 since your husbands death, and it ill )becomes each other, but are actually upon the highwayto enemies who desire to destroy cur happiness, ruins, but ruins of preparation-not of destruction crop will not exceed 2,.

EDWARD M. WEST. you to speak so authoritatively to one whois matrimony." tell me mine own one that you do not be- !" Does this appear like dissolution ? 830,000.

cognizant of your failings. Now be more "I see it all, Travers. I feel it all. Oh lil.\l it." There are no throats\ of disunion among the Lola Montez is bound to keep Herself before
Law
Attorney and Counsellor at' guarded in your speech, for I possess a knowledge God my brain is crazed. Travers, my husband No Augustus, 1 cnnnot: believe it, every people of this country and their representatives the public. The last anecdote about

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. of facts which if exposed would con possessed my hand: ]but) not my heart, thirty! is! opposed to my crediting any such the only persons whoapr and gas- is not had. It is related that while In Montreal he.

April 6, 1856. 14 __ strain you to abandon a community predisposed but now I have yielded up my heait t, and by niniici'iu* Blander.; No, I am too confident I conade upon[ that for she visited a well known confectionaryestablishment
__._ .. _._ -_ ii_ In your favor, and ifby Jour waywardness all that is dear and holy J swear that Langstlale ,of your devoted and,] undivided love, tu doubt the erection ol public buildings in Washington on Notre Dame street, and

Anderson J. Peeler, I am frustrated in my schemes, I will hall bo mine only, or death shall clasp l you-hut wu will change tIme subject. I rocoivud intended to last for ages I From this it while there was annoyed by the entrance of -

Attorney and Counsellor at Law not hesitate to divulge what I am acquainted him in its cold! embrace.! Ye i"- a 1'lltT: from your sister this morning, certainly] appears, not only that there is no several young officers, who, under the
with in character." ; that sho ztaes'! .impossibility of of the Union but that array
sour Cease, Celeste ; bo niore conpos-\: ], ic- and regret prospect dissolving pretence of buying something, gazed pertina
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY, The color rose to Madam Do Turnelle.'s! member that you are in a public strI ('(.- the family visiting us before next month.: I those who are loudest in threatening it haveno ciously and unpleasantly at fair Lola.
f' PORT. FLORIDA. her neck and shoulders suffused them." faith in it thernselves.-lUcliznoncl De Jfer
NEW face ; were I When we get to your house, we can confer anti so anxious to see awhile, Miss Monte
Practice in the Courts ofthe Middle Circuit with the crimson hue, and her heaving bosom: the best of consummating our Yes dearest: 1 likewise received a Ititer spatch. submitting op
WILL I upon means of the saloon and asked
,
attention paid to Collecting. indicated the that I in which she stales xMWM b_f--- mistres
storm was ragingin this ,
plainly plans ; but girl re-member your nation ne\er from liter morning Madam, how much do these owe
March 21/-'f-7.---- --12 -- ---- her bosom, and her eyes flashing with rage passively yields a heait they ]love, and""Nor that in eoiisvquenee( of ,ny uncle's illness A gentleman who recently put up at a log you !I" Her only answer at first persons was a look

FLOYD & HOLLAND, she replied, will 1, 'l'm\'ers ; my love shall teach thc-v' will be compelled to defer their antici tavern in Wisconsin, was awakened |,by. a of surprise ; but, on the question being

Attorneys at Law. And, sir, you may assert what you ;1'1el!.. me revenge, when it becomes necessary to patedisit.i he'ri l's that she is almost young man, who commenced a serenadethus she was told one shilling and Alke.
of Middle 'Tis fale. Never, sir, have I wandered from dying to see her brother's be-trothed. You Here it is then "
practice in the Circuit Courts resort to summary measures. : said Lola; "I would. net
WILL West Florida, and in the Supreme Court virtues path. You cannot frighten me into They proceeded oiiwanb, and ha\ing nr- will love each other so dearly Alice, your i, wish that these gentlemen should lose a single -

the Sl4!. A!;? in the District Court of the Uui compliance, for though my conduct while at rived at tIle lady's; residence, Travers entered! dispositions :are very similar, and sh is a Oh, Sally Rice, i in satisfying their curiosity by

ed State.,in the Northern District of Florida.R. New Orleans last year may have been con- fur the purpose of concocting a plan which merry, laughing! beauty, with fine abilities Ive called you twice, coppr me. The officers retreated in
I staring
.J. FLOYD, Office Apfllufhieola, Fla.Fla.D sideied careless, still, sir, my viituo is unsulJicd. they would endeavor to make bucce.sful.Twas .- and] a vein of humor that attracts am! engages yet you lie and snore?lI .-..Albany Statesman.
D. hOLLAND, Office Qalnfiy! But do you attempt to terrify mo into that series of all with whom she becomes acquain- pray you wake
: agreed a
.22. 18::. _:51_ _ anonymous And Jake
schemes St. Julian entered. see ,
a pflrticlpancy in your blackhearted: letters should ba written (to Alico and charges ted. At this moment your OVEHFOWKHED B AlloZT.\.A clerk!
WILLIAM S. DILWORTH, you who basely murdered your friend and preferred against Langsdale., This they Well, lUteivyou are doubtless satisfied And opo to him the. door, or win in Dayton, Ohio, put a stop to the Operations

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, then in the dead hour of midnight removedhim thought would lead (to hard feelings and suspicions in regard to Langsdalo's innocence, so I will dow, I don't much care which, for- of a burglar in a style} ,mannerand form

FLORIDA. from where he would have been foundto and eventually to bickerings, and that now claim his company. Come Gus, I wish It makes but little diferenceTo somewhat peculiar. Tho burglar bad removeda

MOXT CELLO, Middle Cir a miserable hovel where you hurried him. accomplished, they considered it.an easy you to ride with me a little ways in the country either you or I- pane of glass seven inchefcby term and, says
of the
WILL practice, and Tho'1l.-in the Courts and Lmrndce County, Ga carefully replacing the floor of tho hut. Do master to effect a breach between the lovers.In as I wish" you to see a horse I expect to Big Root pig"hog, little or die pig! the Dayton Gazette, its removal raado'a nice

March 22. 1856. 12-ly you"- case this plan was unsuccessful, Madam purchase. hole, amply large enough for an entrance,
: i Cease, Madam, cease your brawling, and DeTurnelle pledged herself to poison Langs- U Dear brother, you have always some pro. Summer is over, and he drew back one step to look at it before
LONG GALBRAITU, when you would relate to me a deed committed dale ere ho should marry another. Travers joct ahead which Augustus must share with And Autumn's begun, going in." Just at this Instant he gave

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.MA. from the motive which prompted to self departed, delighted with the pot, and thus you greatly 1 to my annoyance." Pay your printer bills, a yell and-squAtted. He ,'found cat afterwards

.LONG 4 t J.B.GALBRAITU lave associ preservation, pause and reflect upon your own mused ; That: infernal fool will bo out of Alice, Gus will b\ here this eveningou E\er one. that a little box full of assofoUda,,aad
tbemsdvei in the practice of Law. They husbandwhil&in will then mast not think that I intend to allow you to .weighing twenty-seven pounds had been
Did not poison and Lucian Traverd
crime. your the
the Supreme you you
Circuit way
'srilUttend the Courts in the Middle Julian BILLS.-Dr. Burdell's blood is
Court District Courts of the United New Orleans and made away with the fair Alico and her still fairer for. appropriate him entirely. laughed DOCTOR dropped square upon the top of bis had from
and the whom possess and turning to Langsdale, said, come not yet paid for; Four doctors yesterday the second of the bwldfe distance
States Tallahassee' him at the instigation of the man tune. By the gods it is a prize worth con gllily, ; story *
Office litdhe Court Hou e. though you never loved, you truckled to on tending for-a cool one hundred and thirty Gus Raven and Nox are impatiently pawing, presented bills, all for examination of the of some twenty feet. The stunning,that the

Oet.ober8,184. IT account of his wealth, the man who for the thousand in land and wooly heads, and may wo must be gone," and he hurried, out. blood. One was" .banded in by Dr. Gourley, fellow got 'so overrowered. .Mm ttta t fo:was
I will with St. Julian 8300 ; one JrvKnight) (Connerjr on-in- *
his and domestic and raise me to Dear Alice, come captured-without difficulty.
of reputation
Fake own stars propitious
RICHARD BRADFORD, in my prove to.night, be happy dearest, banish sorrow, it l law,) $350 ; oOne j jointly by Professort Ogden
to your
C LAW peace is compelled support you wealth and power. beauteous face adieu." Doremus and Timothy 8400.total COTTON: .. Wa l5ngtoriS ptiBQi.
ATTORNEY AT extravagant style of living I you havo 'Twas thus the blackhearted villian solilo- ill becomes your Chid -
present to Come early Augustus, brother you) must 81050-a pretty round refKt as b r 29.-The Commissioner of, .twenty is
TALLAHASSEE FLA. ceased from iniquity because you hope he wended his to a gambling o
quiwd 'as way '
careless and venture to the difference between arterial bloOdve.' scndfog.oat circulars 'wthtbe.v1! i tascer.
drive too
the Pott Office .) and bo free of present supporter. saloon but he had no inward feeling for man, not you are ;
in
(Office Building. your '
21, marry'" mind some..* She loved to tease her brother.and: nous blood andtblood! that; vas neither. Do', .tai iaIngtheimount and coat of itt- c.oo-
May 23, fi7. in self his despicable ,
no wrapt up mean when tho two drove'off she. l looked after nor t'other., A special investigation into tbese suuied in the United States during the fiscal

WILLIAM SCOTT, You, lie, base \illian,". almott shrieked never for an instant ranged beyond himself villianyand that them ; herrn' thicvstole to her side, and said, :item8wi: take on Saturday 'Wore the corn-. year ending the 30th of, June last and the
of so
Madam De Turnellc, "I never poisonedhim I the means enriching the Board of Supervisors..Yea qualities uQalnes of the ditr.nartJasln of
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fA ATTRN M LAW still into that vortex I what are yon gazing at my daaghteM" :
ho could plunge deeper '
and"I Oh mother I am watching 'm7devo. York: : 1.. good into which it is .manufiured .
MONTfCELLO, FLA interminable audcritno' which i he bad f" my ; # .. : '
that of guilt -
Jaly 30,1SS3. w 1J ja.n I Whatf Celeste do you dare to dervy ,----. .-- --. __,.J.__ -.- ... # .i.

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4fl0riiian I & Journal.TALLAHASSEB __ 0_ the principle of nonintervention, was all that was their rights. One who though a m mber of a political I rired! sit this :iport.'tringlBg t'rr. ocr hAe't,,, t
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Fiww : I II desired. With a fnir field. the South enters the party, and devoted to principles!, will, Prom' :Wuhl&tOD.W.AADDrOTO of the Int v sated from the wmk of the. teamr Ceitrtl)! Aa *
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--- I appear before yon t take: the oath of office a 1 1ChiefExecutive contest fully alive to the importance of the issue, should it become necessary rise above its trammel, *Invested in State I lea. They; ire T T1c, 2d engineer; Alntti

L : of the State, and to \a grate ; determined possible] to regain her equality in the and animated by the great principles of truth,jus. I Il j rior recently nearly' $1.000.000 Tenner, Illinois i. Grant, fireman, and ,O. M.. Dawion. pasien "
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ful tender of iny sincere thanks for tIle distinction I Senate, and prevent Missouri's being hug'ged in by t <,-lIn.l political equality will sound the alarm, stock Virginia, Xorth in trust fot va These three wcrt reteued by th. bark aft<' '-

SATTBDATf, OCTOBER 10, 18&1. conferred. The fact that the position was unsought'' free States. The struggle"wasa'tt i arduous cue, and I.'* and with n firmness that knows no yielding: will 1 Mlrtouri and Pennsylvania, of that amounthas been eight Jays afloat, without food or ..r'ibc
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but 50,000
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--- determines me the more to merit in some degree I success would be attended by very different results i dare to lead where duty calls him. rious Indian They could give no account.of any of the
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: The IDalprton the confidence so generously l't't-I 'w J.hen to the contending parties. To the North, defeat i I now Mr, present you this Constitution, and the been drawn from the treasury. afford .

The ttremonif attending J the installation of the properly estimating the magnitude of the trust confided I would only bring with it disappointment at the,*! grtlltal of the State of Florida. They are the time baa been chosen tur the Investment to THE Cortox CROP.-From reliable data receheoJ

M. the Chief Executive I to nnd ability to of your constituents, and are committed relief in the money market. at Washington, it baa been ascertaiD tht't th
Ron S Terry, as officer of me, seriously distrusting my j failure of a favorite measure, and the expenditure i property that
I decided
the State, OB Monday last, were truly iDter ting. discharge! satisfactorily the duties imposed, I almost i of only .1 few thousand dll1Qrt't'lliJst, to the South :1 to you as a sacred trust. They are untarnished by The Deportment of the Interior baa lands | ton crop of the Lnited State, for the r Mr 'D

The occasion was one of more tan ordinary interest shrink from the tak. I enter upon the duties of I i the pecuniary lo!s would be ,the least consideration. : a single act, that should mantle the check of a Flo1 joint stock ai.1Ciation. cannot locate public ,; on the 3tth ofiastJuneis3O3,14o,2Iepouca.4 i \

tbe of station with will to dcvotcall 1 I ridiun with the lush of 8lnrnt'. Keep them, guard under the graduation awt. I o( the preceding year. The *nlnt h0w rW"
consequent upon presence a very large my ready good ray ;! A hopeless inequality in the Sennte the almost crlainty :, I his .
audience of well pleased ladies and gentlemen.- powers to the service of the State, and pledge you, i t that no slave state that might be hereafter j:' and protect them and with the archives of the j President Buchanan is confined at country j I $6,s96o8 greater. .
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The usual benediction was invoked by the Rev.j that I will maintain, to the utmost of my ability, formed would evtr be admitted into the Union, are Government transmit them untarnished to your residence to-day by a severe- ii i; Fact Without Coauta'n|.

D. McNeill Turner, followed by the delivery of the : unimpaired and untarnished, its interests, its digni-i some of the evils that would follow in the train of successor. Later from 'California. j TUB FfBLIC RROCLD KSOW -

Inaugural Address and the administering of the ty and honor. I am unwilling to depart from the defeat. To the South. it WHS a vital struggle, and :j 1 And now, with an enrnestprayerthmstthe "timer NEW YoRE Oct. 4.The Star of the Wttt has arrived .;j Xaw You. October THUS

oat of office by Chef J Justice BaltzelL After which established. custom of my worthy predecessors, and j success favored her efforts--life Legislature, all the I I j i of all mercies, will guide you by his consul, direct i ii from Aspinwall. with California date to the |!1 Mrs. H-rdy/No. 119 Suffolk street. io. UU

:. the of the Government and the Great Sal I i will sketch therefore, briefly' the outline of principle officers in the Territory:everything: in- !j i you by his wi'clom. and make your administration ;, 24tli nit. She brings a million of specie and four ;; she has been troubled with worms for wriu.some .tk tliat

-- of State were turned over iu appropriate form by I to be pursued during my administration. of the pOHr"I' deed, necessary to make Kansas a slave state, was i|I: honorable to your eelf, and a blessing to the people. ,II hundred and fifty flwengcr*. TIle steamer touched ,', years, ond that she used one vial of Dr. .IAII."'Y.
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tb. retiring incumbent of the executive chair. Government, premising, however, that the secured. Suddenly a change takes place. Gov. > bidou welcome welcome, thrioe welcome to the j at Havana and Key West. Celebaated Vermifuge, urppafrd by Fleming

The ball and of the Legislature would seem both to render such : Executive ehair.j successful j I Ij I'I Pittsburgh, PH.. which brought away over art
A night was admirably arranged : \,' Walker arrive anti marks out a line of policy cal- : The Democrats of California had been large worms. Her usual good ht lth iramedWV
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largely attended. a course unneC'iS.'lrIInd- to detract much from the ciliated to make Kansas a free tl\te. lie tells the I' ;j In the recent Plate election, electing Wellcr CoverI I t returned. '

Much gratinration has been expressed by all who impo-ing solemnity e:f the oeension. people that the law s of climate forbid its being a i ifila'e j i: GAI>*DEX COUJ.TY, Oct. let, 1857. I Ii 1 1 ernor, by a large majority. The Tote was for Wei- I! ) Quigby 'io.- 182 Essex street, few Tcri-

witnessed the imposing incidents of that eventful I will endeavor clearly to understand the powerseonRded j State, indicates the kind of Constitution thai i j i Editor Fl-jridiau t Journal : ;I lr, (Dem.) 40,000, and for Stanley, opposition, I I under had date child of November which had 23 been, 185, writes m Xfjshe i

t\ We present in this issue the interesting address II to me by the Constitution, and I by a rigid would be acceptable to him, dictates the mode of I j*!: DEAR SIR-In this day furore or mania for for- 27.000 vote. than two a month She procured unwell a %otth.for bttt r

of GOT. Perry,as also the felicitous remarks of j adherence to this sacred instrument, carefully avoid 1 pcrf'dingitpr Cribe$ the qualification of voter i: eign Agricultural products, especially the Chinese I The town of Columbia, in Tuolumne county, }had ; Lane's Vermifuge and administered I it The of tlUd XT

his predecessor, upon his relinquishment of the | the slightest infringement of other departments upon by declaring that ail the inhabitants should have I J I, Sugar Cane, allow me to give you the result of my I Ii | been destroyed by fire. Los $.OOOOO. !I passed a large quantity of worm, and in a few deI f:
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ceptre of power. !j jm : whose intelligence and experience I will rely I. the privilege of voting, and says emphatically if I I{i experiment in the "Pump.unDe.." I received J last I Ii | The Oregon Conatitutioaal Convention was in I was as hearty as ever it had been. Parents with

Election. in Georgia. -s \i| for co-operation in the discharge of my duties. It j jI j any other formula? followed, I will jilinOlt, !i i j winter from the Patent Office a package of seeds, I j jj teuton. when such testimony there is any before reason them to, ahonld not httitatt '

The election intelligence contained in the Sat an- I!I will be mv- con-tent care to have the laws faithfully i ij 1 (tin- Black R"pl1.1i'nJllnd) I have no doubt one ,j j jI among which was a paper of very large seed with ;'i California toted to pny th. State debt by large lose no time in procuring and suspect adminuttrioe worms sad Dr

j executed. j jl I greater than I, the President cf the United State, !, a French name and translated as "Large Yellow j ji mnjority.Havaazthy. : M'Lane's Vermifuge. It never fails, and is perfte*'.
nab and Macon of the 6th inst. in
Augusta | "
papers t l As the rights, liberty. and happiness of a people ], will join jou in rejecting it." It would be difficult, I i i I fleshed Pumpkin. I gave to my friend and ac j jquainUnces i the late melter and refiner of the California lI l- ]ly auk
dicatcs the election of Brown for Governor by a j I 'i all of these seed but two, which I planted j &t Purchasers will t* c rf ful to uk for DR.
i depend in great measure upon their capacity to if not impossible, to force n parallel outside of an j Mint, had proved a defaulter to the amount Hun.
large majority. and Lintou Stephens dem- j I I and bore I I It I CELEBRATED VERMIFCa nUfta/.ctare
Bally : i and of these came a single bl
one up fLIJaJf
J undersland and appreciate them, everything cnlcu- absolute monarchy, to this high-handed, dictatorial j i of $150,000. He had also been deflated in abstracting 'os.rittbuI'g1a Pa. AI1otbery.ttnltartl
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ocratic candidates in the Augusta and Macon district I ; t ha eoeI
latc.l to promote and diffuse knowledge among ur !: course e.f Governor Walker.: At one Btride he t Pumpkin, the other blooms dropped from drought treasure from the coiner's department. I ion are worthle Dr. 1'l.&lIe'l genuine Tennlnn
*, arc defeated. The r sult iu the Savannah _
'I citizens will receive my constant care and attention. ; overleaps the organic law of Kansas, the notion of j or other cause. The vine grew some distance from I Mining was successful.The I blf celebrated Liver PiUs,taD now be hud ttTLIMHC all Aflputew.
district not known, oth parties claiming a victory.. I the house in second ]land, from which a druz.toru. }. g'ltui". tr &.
If we cannot boast as manor as renowned instituI I her Territorial Legislature, violates the principle | year cropi steamer Sonora, which connected with the : rigtU."

Triumphs. in The the Legislature-R other districts ill! CO be}Ci.Je.decidedly to the Democratic Democracy. -. ; tions of learnings as wre -of the elder States,and if !i of non-intervention and the pledges of his own i, of tobacco was taken last year. I thought 'o little I. Central America on her last trip brought from San I!! [(86} aaoe.OBITUARY.

we have not advanced in our School System as 1j The to prescribe the qunl- of the Pumpkin seed that I had forgotten all about { -
party platform. ]power I Francisco <1,): .()) i in specie.We I .

j I rapidly aa could' have been desired, we have in the j ji ifications of voters certainly belonged to the Legis- I planting them, until reports began to come into nieef : have no news from Nicaragua.The CAROLINE VICTORIA SCMMERLIX
P. S. Later intelligence indicates the success of I alllblfiI
Mr. Seward Brown's flec past sufficient incentive to greater exertions in i latnre, and wn exercised by them. While it has 11 very large and peculiar SfJll llh. I then remembered I tlwlt'ra'AI raging at Gautamaln. I of Dr. June 8.Jones of this city,Wit torn Jan it,jjtf
a Judge
beyond
Joult future. In addition to the Acadtmics and high been doubted l by many whether the Convention | my imported seed and when I saw the Squash, I and died October 4, ;:. '

ton i conceded by the opposition. : it fully corresponded with the label on the Failure Among the Broker*. t Young the WM, she did not forget God, and .
Schools within our State, the State Seminaries give I 5t-.lf. without the authority of the legislature 'wouhilhave paper. I I for th.U*
\ containing the eeed from France. I give the Xsw YORK, Oct. 3.-It is reported that Clarke, flve years never retired to rest without Cm
Forace and Snbslntenec* : promise of extended usefulness. That at Wla i is J the legal right to submit the Constitution for you eoamuodltf
Payment count | in condition and the ..ituatc.dI ''! the 1 I.fi i measurement and weight of the Pumpkin : It was I Dodge & Co., Brokers, have failed. I herself to her Iletvenly Yather'i care.
now a flourishing one : a. vote of rntificalioH, or to prescribe (lUll I lc\- She was a sweet child. With a dkpo.iUon
GCR. .Jes!Cutler he f been appointed b.; his Excellency Tnlaha-! ft* at present endow ed, and under the I j thoR of yotirc., ((\. Walker ventured to order such in shape a flat round, and it* circumference was !, The none Crisis-In New York. onDJIng, cbeful and amiable In her!nt rcoan(caerow,vbk tnd W

Gcv. IVrry, Special .Agent to pay the I management i>f the 1 I'receT.tablw and efficient Board ; subinibMon, and fix such qualitioation.The i slightly over six feet, and its weight 111 pound*.- I NEW YORK, Oct. 4.-The failure of the house of young acquaintance, the won the affecttou of tl A>4

Forage-and siuli-tencc Account fur trooj* in the : Vire lat >itblique nnd especially the Patent Office now that the U gone from earth,mtny little te rU w Jl Mat
i ofJn"tructiln.l.i.l"fair to take high rank-a consumj que-tion of slavery was taken from the eon- } Clark, Dodge A Co., has hnd a stunning effect in

service of the JiUte. (;en. Carter, WIIOi now i j I I mation to be dev&uthwished for-for then no Ioni i I trol of C'ongre, as clearly shown by the above ex- ;i Department. Very respectfully yours,, I Wall street. There is, however, a better feeling in t At the home collceticn she was of their dutiful lovely and pltymtt alTreUonate tod oh

the city, 'ivill. l rav ? for Tampa on Thursday next i i ger will there exist a necessity f.r sending our cons !ji tract from, the Kr.nsas Nebraska net, and left with i WILLACOOCIIEE. the stock market, and merchants notea are promptly | word* can tell how the lots of little" Qneeoy;" !I. f.it:tod w

with fends for tin- fUl'O"i. i: abroad to educate them, e-peciallv to thos* States i I the pi-opl, of the Territory to trin and regulate I I .C met. The house of E. W. Clarke t Co., is not I i mourned by those V> whom she wat mot dew. Bat let
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-Leon Count}' Election.- :( hostile to our institution*, from whence they t.ifrt.qut.iutly thur! domestic: itttitiomc in their own way, subject Ma. EPITOE-In 1113last attempted to show that affected by the failure of Clarke, Dodge i Co. them mourn in hope,for in the heirenly fold,protected ninourUhed
I non-intervention as embraced in the legislation of br the Good Shepherd, their little iamb avili
The election in Leon last resulted] in return tinctured with] seiitiiiunts of n only tu the provisions of the Constitution of theUnited
on Monday I ; i them, and they may yet clasp her In their
in the of Kansas and Nebraska irma afula. To
)1851, f
organization BOSTON, Oct. 4.-J. W. Clarke, broker, has failed
the election 'of D. W. Gwynn as .Tu.lje .>f Prybate baleful character, impressed by surrouinJinL' cir um-. I Stat.an..] any interference on th. part ofaik "Beyond the flight of time,

and Richard Saun 3rs as Micriff, without.! :i, nances or. th*.youthful mind. incapable of detertlnc_ '! Onv.; '\- r was a are.! and wrnt.m'iol.ltion..- I and 1 in the platform of principle adopted by the I I Money affairs. generally improving. Beyond the reign of death,
(.pi- I I Democratic in 1856 is limited nonintervention -
the inMdioua approaches of tl.e-designicg hypocrite, I If Kansas choose. to drift Constitution pnrty not to I [ There surely it some blewed cUmei
lion. For Clerk, the \ote stood-C. A. Bryan, 4l'J ] j a pro'i j I From Utah.
by Congress, but embraces the Government Where life Is not a breath-
-T. II. Hale, IKi'-Bryan's majority, 3CI). 1 wao intentionally e
FOR TAX-ACS I>*HOE AND COLLECT: ;I It i ii gratifying to state that the various Ilnir'.n! ]s I! she E,) ekc-t, uutnimnitlk-il! we must submit; to her I departments, are fortifying the bridges to resist the ap- Whose iparka fly upward aad ezplra.1* 2.D .
and that the tlic Territotii in the
C. L. Dcmilly h.,. ". .. .. .. .. .:313Lemuel in course of cf.r'h udiim within our State arc pro- ,j will' but the palpable and flagrant violation of the plOIf formation I I proach of the U. ?. Troop W, at Key West, Fla.,of Yellow ,
Fe
of their n&titution, had a right to decide timequestion *r,In (th nxaa/
June | gres.siug sttadily, and in tome instances rnpidly, j! principle' of non-ir.torveution, ana the rights of the j -
*, .. .. . .. .2 7Demilly" SepL,JOHN U. PARTRIDGE,in the 2th year of hte ife.
I giving promise of certain completion an early South I by (;0\'. Walker, will continue to excite the of slavery for themselves, and that both j Markets. The subject of the abore acnoanremtnt wu nunlCirly
and the Democratic NEW YORK:, Oct. 4.-There li nothing doing in
majority.. ". ... .. .. 8 I date, which, when eompletcd, will form an important virtuous iiiaigiuti! of the friei.ds of ju-"ti-je, equality Congress party are pledged to j know n in thin community,where he bad long resided, and
: ndiuit the of Kansas Cotton. Flour has declined. Southern is
her
Territory on Constitution ; quotedat where he bad attracted to himself the of
COEI>> : eras in our ea-iirt; yet to a certain extent II ii.l the Constitution, throughput the lan-1.- regard numtrow
F.1 En iofirrtitcd whither submitted by the Convention f 5,00 ft 6J. White Wheat 1,31-Red at 1,21. friend by big amiable deportment Of a genial and eqp-
J. R. ]laL.l-l..ck..J State. Much of the b Megimii . . .. ... .171 ( panionable iTipoiitloo,nnobtrniiTe In his manner,
I ratification I Corn is Mixed ia at '1e. Rice perfect
for the of the drooping selling
T. H. Ilodgkiss,. .. .. .. ?. ..102 Mate is situated from thirty to eighty miles frcmJ with \0,. Walkeri! policy] and all others should people or not. I I ly truthful and ocnipuloatiy honest,he gtJne universal e*>

E B. CIr k,.._ .. .. .. .. .. CJFR .J the coast er Ehvigabl! streams, and the projectedi jl.i'. This -tatiiieiit; needs] confirmation, and that If I succeeded in-establishing these positions the 1: brings 4 (g :;. Other.articles. .unchanged. teem and the confiding friendahlp of those who enjoyed hi*

COCMV SCBVEVOE: i Roads pas* throujh the n.ost fertile pc/rtioii*, and truth i is fnr fro:1I living ('stnl.1i. -la..l cannot be .le. consideration of the third point made by your cor- i intimate aalntaoce. Though ge9t!. by nature, nn-
I I re'pondent would seem to follow, and I From the A" Y.: Daily Xeta. changeably kind to his associates and eouiderate to his In*
J. B. J ef ott,. ... .. .. .._ . .150A. will pri.tly appreciate the value ef renl ertate formany 1 iic1.1 If ;o, I he wever-in.li .atiefuction 1 has been propose Panic ofl 857-Its Hemed,. tenors,he wa inflexibly resolute and fearles oeeaaloo! ,
l ,. now to show that he is in when he upon
31. Randolph. ... ... ... .. C4"vV. inileva n eithr band], !invite ('emigration, nr.'l! ]I *..t'un..iY wanton" violation! of a priiscirle vital I error asserts Are the crops throughout the Union deficient or uniting in his character In harmonious proportion feminine

.. C. Lester. .. .. .. ... .. 72 i coLtribnte largely to the wealth and importance .f :; to tl" \\ bole South hi.j require* at our hai-l. : a I. that Gov. Walker has done nothing inconsistent bad? softness of disposition with the masculine virtues. Gecer.

The old Board of G'imy ComniisMmurs was reflected. our Stat-. Pof'ani: HS it eloes, a climate whieh: .!, I ';'IIi'I! rcbiikf, tli'iuld very man in A:'('M(?. tonstrftir.eA3. with the legislation of C ngreEld, or the principle I No ; they were never better or more abundant.Are I ooa to a fault, he was ever ready to naeriflce hiniielt Bcorn-
t. ; of the Democratic : we afflicted with pestilence or famine? lug defeit, be was entirely sincere, and the writer of thUbri
It i is coinj'o M"J of Mes-r". Jn,tih Chain--: in the opinion of intelligent! olserrer*. i i-" uns'sr14itied I' : or .;lherwi-v, arifbicm in such executive party.
I No; there is neither pestilence nor famine in thei <>f tribuu- can testify, under sit cirrcmstancet,to his oo-
The law
declarta
by in the w-filJ, d'l5t1.13} the third orgphic its own jiuq-oac. It
John: Crom. ilir. ;ITIl- Wiljja: :1.! Patrick >:i.itli. any I 11'eE()". I i land. deviating faith and unvarying rndahip.

E B Mcphcn*. EMJ.., for .Hdt.r
Circuit, !had no "j-position. I j the ]la=t cfi;ai*. with! a fertile.! cvr., Toy cl I'T'J.lu. ;j !:t.'iir.i-d in hit \ie-w* and po'ition by the Pr.-i- furrn and regulate their domestic institutions in consequent destruction of life and property? i I. UMful and worthy of admiration, Jt a social at well a* a

|I ciug hluudriutly .Iad:.n Corp, Sa Island] ai.,l Upland :- I I .1 ic-nt e-f the United States; and stdi; n .lerlaif.tk'iij thrir own way, subject only to the Constitution of o.e have had fewer of these than n;naL private IOM. But lo the home circle, a Mother. Brother and
Pensacola & Georgia R. II. First Cottou. the lnite.ltale l and} this Then, what is the cause of the present pai/ic? Sisters whom be delighted to honor sail cberiih,be U such
is
; Cotter., Srgar mr'. > amh Tol andmot } I legislation aa eon
aceo j from : ] inti-
j I a source !o distinguished, su4ai.ing: se> 9WER-\ 'conspiracy of capitalists and fund- In an especial mamfr. Tet though grief sita keavily upon
By invitati aad in company whi a i.uinbcrof of the Tropical Frail; abounding valuable I mate a relation to the l'n idi.t! c3u.?,il many pa- ceded by ;your correspondent Lucius," was specially mongers, acting upon and through the banks to their hearts and desolation iprcadj Itiolf erery where before

gentlemen, x\e made an excursion over the P..U-H j Timber, end Naval Stored, indeed mall the elements j I trie-tic D!<.n to ii-trust him on the creat and to u=, adopted by the Diinocratic party in 1356. force debtors to sell their property at a great sacrifice their eyes they are not without corator!-for an honorable

cola d(; ( ia Uailroa-l), yc-i-terJav C\d1ilgI as traok-layiu has d-stnnc : been that big fish may eat the little ones. ( pi res them a substantial ground to rvam from their deep
: secured
The ; jtivrr ( r1lt" K>on f 1 be nali/od in the enjoyment: of uj.esam- I c.'nf'-ir", that I tlltr.ol lursrely in that (1i-tnl't. His to the: people by Gov. PROOF-After property has fallm down to ruinous dejection to hi* unspeakable glory D.
trip furh.I:. substantial evidence that our pled Every ]lawful aid: will be Walker? Hall Ie, assured them that his official in-
: j.rojj.crity. den
recent b.-tte-r, however to the New lrigan.1era prcach- : price", look out soon after for a gradual rite in
great cntorprisc i ja certainly .goin ahead," and : fluonec would be used i Died in thin city, on the,lat Instant,cf CongestlTo Ferar,
i to tles eiiterpri} -a. .\r.OthHII:1.1, no icconsider- (give, lioji- that there i ia a diffen-noc of opinion to secure1 their admission on I the prices of property, and then the capitalists.
that too, with a gttadir.ess thut will toon bring our I i their with t fund and sharks society will become the VIRGIKIJL Kir.KSET,youngest daughter of Haley T.sal
able reason why} these Road s!.lulJ] receive compliance the-provision- the law, mongers
our r.n this ml j.'ct, and that he will b\ found true to I Sarah J. BIfK-ker, aged three years and twenty-cue dayt.
sellers of
Be'ghbotliiff County .f.Jeffer-n witl.'n a few innnlc8 ; fostering i is ih intercourn.. organizing the Territory ? Has he nsun-d them l I property.
,
I care faeility afforded the organic C'-t, to the (pledges ef h> iartyr1attt.rni, RcMciir: No. 1-When} the lanka assist in makinga Ir
ride cf The -
Capital! The track work 5 i. b ji il s citi/tr', ard which! tend that in the formation and adoption of their State
oir ; Inn- to annihilate; all I
business
the of Jai ad'lres "" and by
principle inausural *, and the ure panic among men a
don with tklll aril and the ; i pr ; Te Camp Meeting tt Bear Spring, It mile Korta
ju-larafnt. Suj erinten- : g."jrapLical! ard factional] feeling. I great and vital princif of nnn-intervontinn on the Constitution they would be subject to no restraints tricg(.: curtailment of accommodations to tneircustomer I Quincy, will commence Friday ererlng, Uth of Octobw,

dent (Jo \VJiitncr.. E?
able henceforth tu lay down *:x ziihcf j] iron j--r from the Stat. an-es fn-ia the n.les of landn plarrd! | I United States Has be assured them that the pow- amount of their circulation, and thereby appreciate inrited.
month hich) j ji i citizens, slioub] tliii, hope prove -luive, I now declare the value of the currency, an equitable adjustment
at the ad Talahasi StaUoa
rate will The Fourth for the !
r be Quarterly Electing
in the Mut.ticvllo fr..taLy i in trt:>t by the Gfr.fri.1; l Assembly in tLe I;)nrd ot i iI I to you, that a c I }have .lenoua.'eil Go,'. Walker I rful Party of which he is a member, with the President in the same proportion shall be legal between the will be the 24th and 22th of October.
vicinity by the l.-t I Trustees of the Internal at its head! and of
Improvement fund.! Asa, a majority each branch of banks and their debtors. P. B.
f..r li1 faithlessness, o I will denounce Mr. Buchanan JAMES K. PLOTTER,
Th -!iowbiniocK} untrue on this vital t Congress composed of its members, acknowledged r REM$DT No. 2-When a bank suspends, iU debtors r

was the j.a"iaie jf fortyfivebale] ? of cott-.ii >i\r the bn fit I i I their obligation to admit Kansas into the Union should be absolved from their obliifations.
tmad.TIi i U the I question. This would compel stockholders to prevent suspenslons. -
that has ttn ii HtmPORT
> tt f traiiV : cf the syeUm, and the advaijcenitrnt of the intret I when she presents a Republican form of Government I! : |
I nii! not make ih National Democratic
the road the honor : war on _
ported over : of
i.l being the j j of our State, al.dt iJl advocate tIlt a1 j praising of upon terms of perfect equality with the I '
first 11aIlh.-r who lias availed lam .- {of tl.is ijeauioffending j I th -. 1111.15 at KUch prices as will iiidurc iuiaiigration i| party, )because of the treachery of one of its agent I other States:" Such conduct] would certainly have I The Jacksonville Republican contains an extract OF ST.MA RKS.
i If cannot maintain nndr the
constitution -
we our righU
I i
as ;.r..iuee to market belvnjr* tl FK*>- and actual t.-tllenent. j been consistent with the legislation of Congress from a letter received from Cot J. P. Sanderson, -

C EPI'L ', MMXT of this City, 1.rt'tgl! wL se It :i ive, me plensurc to annoance that there i.I iI i i.< !I 1 an! in the Union through the agency of that I upon this question, and wit", the platform of the President of the Central Road, wh.h! is reliable. No arrivals or clearances during the part week.
th) .1 I Fee no prospect of maintaining them through
<: n/ad a..eTn party IN PORT.
plantation eOUJ1eIt( to him. I n "I\- a prospect cf finally compelling the Indian* to Democratic party. Were these the 'assurances given He says:
these fvrtr-fitc bales will 'be forwr1.1 any other pro-i'-nt organization. When Mine act Pierce R. H. Oambell Powel,
both Barks Geranium ,
ovr I have the pleasure to inform that I have ;
nr.igrat'1: thus relieving the S'uite from a cur": which 'I Not at all Instead of these, we find him in you
4 roads tost Maik, free cliarie.' I I has so long: retarded the settlement] of violative of our rights} has been perpetrated by that the first act of his administration this day closed for 1021 tens of Iron which is ready Brigs EL Remington, Jones ; J. G. Anderson, Ho
ext very declaring
.- .- very en- i party then, and not until then will I agree to re- for shipment as soon as I can get vessels. This is
THE I rive and interesting portion of our Territory. Thf that if the people in Convention assembled do not reliable and can make it known. I have also
YElW PlI or TEC cl"B.-Tj: rapid tiis-i I l'u.1iatl' and destroy that: national organization. you mer.The schr. Satin Jera, from P nta Ea s. for
Uf.-re ad'jjaion e.f wlir.ter instead of regulars f'r this! submit their Constitution to a Tot of all the lona contracted fur' 5 tons more, with 1500 tons conditional ,
the axe of the i I: that the hi=t for the
ncd
appearance plauUr thO U.grhirg: cs hop. preservation
the bar
I before. This last is New Orleans touched pff on Sunday.
of which wrote ,
: fcrvk-c, aurged uj.on th<> prewtt adnii.i-frati'.i I fide residents who be in Kansas lit the time of yon
may
timber getter t the Yellow Pine of th" SotL: tovaluble ; of South*'rii l Rights i in the Union-should its Northern uncertain. I have also contracted for chairs and

in .-buiMug: has atliactfd tho attention by my illa'trious! [.re-dccefMr, Las thus far
(,Gv\ercuient, from itsictiiiate relations -ith that our }hope (,f forcing tliis r-nt-my tIthe leave desert us and unite with our enemies in their the State would not be admitted by Congres, I spikes and chairs I expect are shipped to-day. I At Private Sale

naval border* of our Stale or end I in exUrrnin.iliondepend and ought not to It. Who authorized Gov Walker shall also order a Locomotive on Monday/ LIKELY Young Mules.
nd
our f.r
-e. firrt time the faiiHtionl rniiU'le and iurtitulioiii"
joni tl.i npainft our equality -
I i than the 6
pulII This is more most san-
on our nutiv sword and] native rank I to make such a declaration ? Congress had said I accomplishing -ALSOA ---
landii >I
J.ine Lav : Lttn ".il.m"n] fruni fair, with I "laIlIJe anjon:; the first to advocate a dis- guine friends could expect in such times as ire have fine 4 Mule with harnesss CompfeULR.
I.is for tillS she ia to be admitted] i Wagon
the view (,hoi-Jin! thm for the futcre use of thenavy. ; uimece'jnury me on occasion to (nu I ,"1111 ion of every national tie, nnd the taking of our upon terms perfect equality here in the financial world. H. BERRY, Auc. *).

111.itric:thus! reserved lies the
'" river in (! j important. Suiiicf it to ray, that nil nicapurcs (':tli dition which neither Congress nor the Democratic of the state of the money market. Money is
In conclusion I invoke the
8Ilte f'Jri&u. humbly protecting worth from 2 to 4 cent a month. I am in hopes
culaledto: had per
the
i 1ncreae knowledge, hoppinfts nndprosperity party annexed; and yet it is asserted by your $5000.JASPER
of that whonc has and shall the
s. care power providence so often I to leave here on Wednesday stop on .
Death of Dr. J. G. Dell. j of our citizen* t.) correspondent Lucius" that he has done
; promote _agriculture, nothing shall reach Florida
manifested au et-jeci) l interest in our country from I way a day or two or more- on COUXTY ACADEMY LOITER
sudden
The death of this amiable and accom- commerce and: mechanic, t-r redound to the interest inconsistent ith cither. I Monday or Tuesday, week after next. I am in
its infancy, and devoutly supj.licate.that the threatening ANDERSON k SON, Managers, Macon Go.
p1 l.l getitlifiuin, ve (omitt.-!, )by uccd'It. to notice and honor of the fftate, will receive the fostering But this is not all, he insists that tho Constitution I better .pirUi"I
clouds may be speedily dispelled from the Class 45 No. 8865. Drew 85000.
in -
our la-l i.L'(-. Iledhjell I when framed shnll I ,
be
at Jack'jnilJe] on car of the Executive department to the full submitted to all the residents ,
the 20th ult, of diseaMj of the political horizon, and our Government preservedin there Capt. William Con QUARTER sold to S. S. KNIGHT, E q, of
heart. those
He was a cuperiur : extent of the powers iiitru ted. Such views i I r including who arc in open rebellion/ ONE
Juan ia all the relations of Jf*. Brave, eharitaWe I on the internal 1'J1ic.yof our State affairs.aTi my But it* purity. .. against the laws Congress and of the Territorial We regret to tee the following in an exchange: his name.City, who baa kindly permitted me to give

wufiding and magna ii tuus, bu unexpected I there 1 is a quertion of vital importance to : I, luture l and who Mr. Buchanan denounces at Capt. William Cone, of Florida, formerly of Class 46, draws this day at-Macor-Tickets |4.
exit from tIle us an R In turning over the archives of the Govcrmcnl, Camden county-in this State, died suddenly of
ttagc of life. in the prime of promising I I .-('on-lit tt-ra portion of this National Confederacy] Governor Broome addreaed Governor "law-legmen." Tu? 1' are abolitionists of the To- dropsy on the 2_ ultimo, in the 80th year of Liz Capital prize l2OOO.
manhood, has*ped the barbed arrow of Perry as Class CO, draws at Savannah. Oct 16-Ticket* 110
grief into that wNitl and l mus-t receive who have been : "
the hearts of some expression *>fmy follows: peka stamp, sent there upon abolition age: Capital prize $60,000.
idolizing relatives
and friends that I views, l Jot a silence at this time be Constitutions, with instructions and For many years previous to 1840, the sul.jecl of
special
might 1
time itself cannot con- GOVERNOR Pr.IRt'-: on have been called by ; Claw 4V, draws at iiacon, OCT. I7 -TickeU |
extract We svmpathizc most t-trnco1 into indifference this notice, represented Camden county,in the Legislature
ncquie-KOLcc. The under special pledges, to visit the lawful
keply with the bereaved I policyof your fellow-citizens to preside over the Executive authority of Georgia. lIe was formerly known as Capital prize 12000.
family and friende of the the lrbcut (;Governor Kansas in to I of the people in the formation of a Cous\itu ion.Th .- GA1XES ACADEMY LOTTERY
deceased.LIECT. I attempting Department of their State Government The oath "Old Billy Cone, the poet, and the man that surveyed FORT

-__ dictate to the Convention fcelected by the legal TO- I i I; you have just taken is in obedience to that call and (. claim to have now a majority of the votersof the Okefenokee Swamp with a grape vine. SAMUEL SWAN & CO, Managers, Augusta. Ga,

; Gnx. S.OTT AXD. .GEN.I te-rsof that Territory what kind of constitution it i. makes you the Governor of Florida. As your immediate the Territory, antI their only business is to vote About 1839, lIe removed to Florida,and was a member Class 53, draws at Augusta Oct. fl-Tickets $10,
IILlW.-Licut Gen must form to gain admission i into down the Constitution when submitted of the Florida Legislature in 1840. During the $60.000.
Winfield this Union has no mater Capital prize
Scott i J- it becoms
in to "
out a e-ard to predecessor, my duty surrender of he commanded the "Patriots free
reply the re war 1812 a W. BURGESS. .
-ent letter of Gen. Pillow. The latter had chargedthat seriously disturbed the mind of patriotic men at to you the archives of the GovernmcKt, with how perfect the in trurnent may be in its provis fighting corps of noble fellows well known by the Oct. G. 41-lw Agent.Tallahassee.

during the war Mexico, Mr. I the South, causing much anxiety for the wifely of the Constitution and great Seal of the State. ions. These are the people into whose hands this old inhabitants of Georgia and Florida. On one 10,1857. __ _T"

\'itl Tri.t. by our institutionand producing excitement where r man insists that Kansas fehall submit her destinies. occasion, he, together with Col.] William WiJliams--
the I be
In to Goods
agreement engaged to pay tw Gen. Anna dihchargiug duty, may permitted Plantation ,
who Decatur in the Senate of
1'1.1- ant before had prevailed good feeling and faith in the These are the creatures before whom we find him represented county
tIC earn _!t money, ten tliousaud} dol suggest, that your administration is likely to embrace Georgia in 1848, or ''J-was taken prisoner by the PAIRS Russett Brogaos,
lar'," to induce him to entertain negotiations fur a settled principles of intervention on the part of a period of) unusual interest in the history of pledging and supplicating, that they will graciously Spaniards and confined in the castle at St. Augus 800Jns Kip

Congress, or other national in the domestic consent to vote Ibis question, nnd tine. While thus in duress invited Blankets.
peace; and that subsequently Mr. T. told him Gen. powers the country.: The great and ovcnhaeTowing ques upon assuring they were by 200 Negro
P.) 4 that Gen. Scott had furnjbIjedlIjm ( affairs of the Territories. It affords me no pleasure tion of slavery, is agitating the Union from its cen them, that if the Convention, which Mr. Buchanansays the Spanish Governor to dance the Bolero with him, 5 Bales Gunny Bagging,
(Mr T) the animadvert and to partake of the hospitalities of the Castle 20 Coils Ba'c! Ropes
to his
ad upon course, but I would be were elected legally and properly. shall in
that he recreant to its ClIlllfrellct' Fanaticism has
money (Mr. T. had tre recently
) paid the ten thou previous to being ordered out the next morning tobe 100 Pounds Baling Twine,
and dollars." to the trust confided to me, were I to fail to wit h alnrmi and Las assumed the exercise of that perfect freedom guaranteed to
To this Gen. Scott reS >onds. progressed ug rapidity, garrotted. But one chance was l left them, and 40 Pieces Negro Kerseys and Linsvj s,
mphaticl', as follows: ] ) notice in becoming terms, his wanton violation of u dangerous aspect. The pIeoC.noDioterven' them by the organic law, and by the Democratic that was to dance the Governor dizzy and to drink 4 Dozen -* Wool Hal,

morally certain tW Mr' this principle. Upon the faithful enforcement of the tion, upon which the South, and the patriots of other platform, fail, or refuse to submit their work to be him drunk. Having accomplished both feats, they 1 BbL of Cnta'p Negro Tobacco.

inch elarauon, it is ahpOit Trist never that made< principles of the Kansas Nebraska act the existenceof sections }have relied as a barrier to its extension; voted on by them, he would himself te wish them seized upon two of the Governor'ehorses, and hotly For sale at the lowest prices by .

other sever turned over whatever a dollar to ulIC him for suclAJ any I the Union may-depend, and it is impossible,therefore aid as promising a safe and fraternal settlement of in putting down the Constitution, and securing its made pursued for by the fifty St. John's mounted River Spanish, which soldiers they reached, they Oct. 10. 18&7. 0.4J.MEGINKI33.41-4t-

T. hal purpose not dollar of and am very sure that Mr. to over-estimate the importance of the policy' the question, has been flagrantly violated by the rejection by Congress. Beautiful consistency. A and swam, landing at the Old Cow Ford, where tho

lion while !Mexico, puVlic never money more in than Lis pos! inaugurated by Gov. Walker, fraught as it i is, ((iC Governor of Kansas, and it must 'be* remembered, prominent Democrat uniting with the off scourings town of Jacksonville now stands one of tho most Lamps Fluid &c..

for hi very moderate expense,in hi*private sufficed successful,) with such mischievous consequence that this violation has occurred upon thefirat occasion of black republicanism, and they in open rebclli n daring feats on record, as the St.John's that pointis NEW ,of and,small
and purse; over a mile wide. At the period to which we A assortment large
certify Santa on ionor that I never, at any time, The systematic effort for years on the part of the that has presented itself for the practical application against the very authority which he was gent thereto refer Cot Williams never travelled without his t. FLUID LAMPS,

paid or t Gen another for Annar, caused to be paid to anli-blnvery men at the North to cripple Southern of the principle. If this barrier upon sustain. Robert J. Walker, a native of Penn violin. Making good his escape, and oat of reachof Burning Fluid, Lund Oil,

hi mor*,t on any Li or ate in or benefit, one dollar institution., by preventing further expansion of which the patriot has rcpoecd with so much hope, sylvania, and an adopted son Mississippi, requiring musket shot, the Colonel called a short halt until Solar and Fluid Wicking.

President Snt Ann was at any the way time,whate%'er. blnve territory, was defeated by the legislation o if not confidence, is to be pulled down and destroyed in def# nee to Abolitionism, that Kansas hall he played 'Yankee Doodle" with variation, while received- and for sale by .
now G.AJ.MEGIN5IS&.
worth mUloz and u'had In thatofflee, the irrebpofl.sibIe A : 1854, known as the Kansas Nebraska, by which I we may well fear that the day is not distant, do what Is-not required of her, by the organic law, our verse old or friend two not., uncle very Billy complimentary, improvised to a:the patriotic_Span OcLlO, 1857.f 41- t '

try. onLol all pecuniary means of his conni the question of slavery was removed from the con- when the North must be one people and the South how his party platform, and what was not done iards. ;. .-- tI

h&ve .. harly i pick l-)r b le a,sack therefore often. that.e'ould trol (If the General Government, and Jeft with the another. That your Excellency has been no'indif either by his native or adopted State; and this in ,I In Georgia no roan had more, friend than "Old

Jn in gold If t. bad op&ecident.Uy stumbled thouMnd dol- people of the Territories. A portion of the act i Ii ferent observer the difficulties sand: dacgant by the name of non-intervention, and Natioial Democ. Billy Cone," and we hare yet to see the Floridianwho J? TJ
upon knew him that does not in his
In a in these word "It the' speak praise.
privAtewalk : being true intent and
F which we arc surrounded Is abundantly evidencedby racy. Away with such non intervention. It is unworthy Peace to his ashes\Atlanta Examiner.

Gen Scott, U eome fure remarks speaks highly meaning of this act, not to legislate slavery into the sentiments so eloquently and patriotically of Gov. Walker, and if not rebuked, will Notice.To .

ofrTr6(or Ii "qnict. un'triv manner any Territory, nor to exclude it therefrom, but to expressed in your Inaugural of to-day., These sentimcnU prove reflection upon the party of which he Is a TROUBLE Wn-a TOi MORMOXS-WoAhintrton, Sept the Stockholder, of the Pensaeola 4",

an ab iy," end who negotiated a most impor leave to the people thereof perfectly free to (form merit, and will receive ihe hearty and almost }. member.I 20.Advlces received in this city from "Utah state Georgia Rail .Rood Company.
under and regulate their domestic institutions in theirovra..WAY that 500 kegs of powder have been captured from .
tn"te.ty igna) disadvantage.ItVbodyof unanimons of have not time
approval your constituents. at present to show tbet ] ni of IS
iott
consequence a Mormon train, and that the Mormons threaten U hereby given Uiat aa *<
,
; Dr.2f.- 'who subject to the provisions. of the Conbtitu- tlIn conclusion, 1 may be permitted .to tender to likely to result from a conformity to his to cut off,the army supplies en route for Utah NOTICE has been called Iq.QP ts subscription

.i. per, was ncclden- tidllrrtbe fj. United State-" you sirj.iny.hearty congratulation* upon your accession edict but will do so in ,a '.(future number, when I >- of the Capital Stock of the PenaMoU"] 4 George

'J''; tally
b nrecoTp-cd .nd identified, aB wat buried thejNorth, desired 'none. An Acknowledgment. of (,Florida! upon their baring secured tho'tervlce of a : "Lein( with hU hone, wu drowned in attempting to cross Iba1th oftb4 preseut soon :: '--'

,' Hi t TJ" i I7.v.on !k* '; i.nit il t tqutl rlhte of all th. etatft to a ftlJr partlety%. !tIzcnbwfll: devote Wi best efcergle to the Respectfully' ; I the CaJoonbtUhte* River, at PortDeynand5< a few I 7.WQG.Se.tsr
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Fall-and Winter Goods Land Sale. NEW STORE-NEW GOODS. Plantation Negroes &c WAKULLA ffiON WORKS, John Ball's Cbmpaud
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SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving their Y virtue Man ordtr.of the Court of --
B Equity for FLUI& EIIIIACI'OF
Tilt F1a.
FOR SALE IN FLORIDA. Ne-"ru' Por"t
of '. the Middle Circuit of Finn:!*, the subscriber WEBER & DANKHEIMER, '
FALL AND WINTER GOODS will uffer for sale by auction at Kttv Port, on Tues SUBSCRIBER offers for sale hia well known S:(RS P. RILId,

from New York. consistinjj i of day the 15th day tlf Dcvmber m-xt. the tracts of MERCHANT TAILORS, THE Casa de Lago." lying on the south This Establishment U Now- Uodfr Full Blait. I CoirtbiniH.g aJtt th ad-ttd l tfrtof of BurdockYel

S 4 Dry Good Hardware.Cro'kery. Groceries, S Lund described be ow. ling in Wskulla county, AND DEALERS IX side of Lake Jackson six miles from Tallahassee -- _.. -.- Dock. Daudh pot* Saodant Saraapldla. to*

Hats.Caps. R ot*. Shofs. tc., South rf Tallahassee, viz ; : READ r-.114IJE CLOTHING I containing 1200 acres, more or less 750 of which are the death JJr.Porld Mr. (5so. S. KskG f Wild Clierry A. & moet pOteat Blood PvlSwJif

which trill be sold at moderate prices. I In ToxnshipZ, South, Range 1, East. in a fine -tate of cultivation ((400 recently cleared)- SINCE: all cninnlUriicatJons-, therefore i Uw known worH For the cure of ofB>.Bfc n.inUsto .
XIJI j I the balance excellent wood land, well timbered and charge; if
J.MEGINN1SS. Bic*Mi
Clitooic
G \ all ,
The N W f, S W J, nnd SEt of Sec 15; the N ; GENTLEMENS'' FURNISHING G bDS.I well watered. relative) to work &
Oct. Ill 1857. 41-St i! W 4 of S W 4 of Sec 16 ; the S j of S W J, E i of I j! The improvement are comfortable and well built All work coming under the head of this buiinew baa no equal,_ __. '_ _,

-- i N E ,, W 1 of S E J ai-d N E 4 of S E i of Sec 17th I -- dwelling, with verandahs: in the front and rear and will be promptly mcchanicslljr and neatly executed A Xedieint to.lM handed Joten topoittrity C */..

List of letters .: S W }. W f of S E J. W } of N E 4 and! N E J r SUBSCRIBERS are now opening, at ", contains ten large upright rooms well finished, and a ;i at as tnoiltrale a charge as price of labor, Ac, will ting to gAs human FemU,.
of N E 4 <'f Sec 18 ; the W of N W J W i of S K J. the Store next to Mensrs. G. t J. Mcginniss 11 hall twelve feet wide! besides pantries closets drce- justify.This.
FIAj I mjfce Post Odic Tallaham Fla I
J'1), Oct ytb. 1&57. (r .iandNE1ofSE4ofSec19; the N W i. W j : a well selected) Stock of Fall and Winter sing rooms Ac.; the kitchen and laundry arc attachedto i Ealablishaient is not kept up for the purpose Great Internal gL ExtenialDIt.JUL.W1OO1PAIN '

<.,NEt the S E1E 1 tfS WandNWk of S A-Mrs L 13; AT.. 0.lerAflgv.. i W 4 of Sec 20 ; nil of Sictions 23, 26. C7 ; the W \ I GXXTLK.VWS' WEAR. ) gin.hom" a grist mill and cotton! I experience hat demonstrated to me, it cannot be done
screw
B-Mrs .Vj.an'la; H..h'f.I'itcE J Rown. ..1'i ..ifNb' 4, E i of S h J. S W }.ofS E1andSEk I under I in this region at this branch of business-but far the
I onsistmg in part of French and En2li Cloths Gas (new) are one eo\I.'r ; n ten horse engine (
Tlrantly 2, M Burns Ja; IJ.iiJcy, Dr E Uillum-y, J .f- W of Sec 24 the N portable I benefit who to hare Engines Is warrAnted to dint' thftoflowipg diteu "it'CbuleraBowel :
i E $. N of S E J. and fitneres and vesting of the latest stvle) and best qnal- I ) fliivcB the gin and grist mill; a sugar null I of the unfortunate happen :
r B IiurLnrr.ml 13Jr!,'r. Pat th'a'iy.i J JC v1 of S W 4 of Sec 25 ; the N Eland SEt of 'ly. which they are prepared 1d make up to order ina I overseer' house negro cabin! crib", Etlh1elcRlJil\e. I I end such like, to repair. Cosvplaihti, Drentty. War Stoa:1a"h. -
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-,la O-onally, W : ChapmanMi, ; Nancy Ca- sec 29 ; the S W i:, and the S W 4 (.f N W 4 of eec woikmau.like and) fashi: manner and on REA- house, Miiilby amid work-shop, all of the best structure The Patterns, Stock Machinery. Tool, l less H W 11 Colcinan, Uol t fishers Dr B .1 A Cull, : SOtheSi.fs.ec3llheN; ; W ,SV _. N E } and W ttoNABLE TERM Also, a good assortment ofREADYMADE I, Cud in excellent 1.00IIIitio1-the( whole! constituting one J Large in Order and Good Condition Chill and Fever V Rheumatism In Its worst forra.st-

MWllChaKcey: L Cotor.il, Calvin Calhoun) Mr! } of S E i of fc.-c 32 ; all (If 33 and 35;the N W J, N I I of the raobt desirable and best improved places in | Jbl tan be Turntd Out m"/A I vere Burns, Asthma Pthia Bro'nw' Aofn Want-of'

Chime E.nndSE1ofscc34 ; the S W J, tLo1 \ of S CLOTHING, this section. The place U well supplied with well JTiatntss and DispuicJt Action in the Kidneys, Piles RiD'worm,. PinataftCholic
f)-A L I.zkr. Win G Dorghtirv.IT E W 04 consisting Finc' mark and Colored Cloth Frock OoW CaDd t.
4.S J ol S E J, N; EofN W studV 4 i and spring water of excellent besides Head and Toothach .Congha. ,
:-Mrsfi A L-1-r. !' of N E _. of sec S6. :j j7j Coats, Fancy, Cal iml'rr, Bnit>cis Coats, Black nod I cistern quality. a large Shafting, Pullies, Plumber Boxes, Hangings for Tumors. Swelling. Cuts Scalds Scrofula or Kio(
the
I near engine. 1 1 he lake, 'f which beautiful
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a Shafting Spur Gearing Water and Steam Pipe,
f ftuktu** FiWoi iok .a? Far.3as. Colored Italians and Over Coats Black and. Fancy Scarlet Fever and all PaIns nod fAcb .. .mwhatsver
Tomuhip ;3, Sowtf, ft nnr I 1. 7. \v/. view is obtained from the dwelling affords abundance 3t Cocks, Gauge Cocks, Grate Bar, Plow Castings Evil
fi-Win (;raltu<). I It M Ghn-.r. [ Doeskin and Cassimeic Pants Figured Grenadine .p form they Tbs! medicine bat
appear.
HG IK-nry 2, L T Herring 2, II Hancock, Jas I J All but the S W i of S W 4 of sec 1 ; all of sec 2 ; j an.l Fancy Silk and Castimere ests. I m'lIthbeliides of fish at all times excellent and wild fowls in the winter 'I Segar R">Iler8, Circular and Uprigbt Saw Mill and beea before the publio may about three year*. and Ins .-
for
11 r-itD J Holt! C I!.>arv, Goo; I11l\\kill". i i tlieNWISE4andEofSW1ofsec3N: W ]I an pasture large Giist Mill Gearing Circular and Upright Saws II stock more
!,-S > Lwrc, T II Kinn, J Lynch. !|! 4, S W _. NEt and W i of S E i of sec 4; the E I! -.ALSO- for. the raising of which this place is peculiarly ., tc., Generally kept on Hand or got up on Short preparations combined. F.r M!, at ,D:r JoBCU.'B **_

:j|-A J lcl"'ml*. G J Iris, W II Mitchell], I i iVt i of N W 4, E 1t.tf S W 4. W i of N E f and N j I A good assortment of black and fancy silk cravats adapted.The from Notice. In Fact, Here i if the Place for all that Want Sarsaparilla Depot, io Louisvillt! and N.. t S S

) J G Mo! JV-J R Nail. of, sec S ; E i of see 1C ; all of sec 11, I 3. 14 Pond 15 ; I' collars, pocks, gloves, &c.I schools) good society, all but N WofN The subscribers and the lands and )locality, is a valuable investment.- ly running, caused the Establishment to be erected John fluTiOompouiic
P-J Powell] W 51 Porter.It \Voficc12 ; the N E }, SE I are new beginners not entirely Dr.
-Mrs II M Rol-y. i, and W J of N W 4 of sec 16; the N | of N E 4 t, unknown to tim community, and they; pledge Persons the wishing to purchase would do well to lookat the flame cause must keep it up. Therefore, you can Pectorial of Wild Gharry, s wrtwn nrt

T-W To-.ke ]H Thompson.: ', and N \ of N W J of E-C 21 ; the W J of N W 4. W I themselves to give satisfaction to all who may favor Mason premises absence.which will be shown by Mr. D. E. always rely on having work done at the for Coughs Colds and diseases'' of the Throat sad'I.ungs.

S-W E >an Urfod.IV I of S \V i. NEt of N W 4. E i of NEt. and] N ; them with their patronage. I in my : WAKULLA IRON WORKS. S I '

-J Watson 2, Dr II W Y, i>n, L Willinnn j E 4 of S E 4 of see 22 ; all of sec 23 ; the N W t.I t I J. WEBF.R : -ALSO- I i j, _+- Sold by AMES ft LIVELY. TaIMts. J

: F M Wilson.1 T Warfield E Williams L When (,Jtn- j'I S V," 4. W of N E i rmJ W of S E of see 24 ; : L. DA I1EJ\IER. I For sale, about 60 NEGROES-prime and accli- i> But Here Comes the Neil Important Thing. Principal Offites-LonisTilU aid 2w,York.

S W II Whitehead. Lake Waterman. R H \WiUium1 i' The S W }. S E i, and W A of N E J of 27 ; the W Sept. .fi, 1857. 39-tf mated; also, the corn and fodder of the growingcrop t I June 27, 87. 2* :

1 Persons <'II.il] it:; f,r any of the above letters j J of N E"4. and S EIof N W i (If sec 23. ------ the horses, mu es, cattle, sheep and hogs; the t| PAY PAY PAY S

.J will peac! say. thev arc LlVrtiCl.MILES. i In Toirmhip 2, South, Ra11 e 1, TT'cj */. i BOOT & SHOE SHOP. I ousebold and kitchen furniture, the wagons and You will send to New York Philadelphia and Baltimore United States Mail Line S
NASh carts, blacksmith and carpenter's tools) and all the
P. M.
j J All of sees 7, 8. 0, 10.11 S'ot 12all of and have work done without for a moment
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Oct. 10, U57. (f Cft) 41-lw ; gee "F lIE undersigned! has: re opened a BOOT implements husbandry, belonging to the plantation.A 't&EWORLEAISTO.EY K->
j SPCR IS and-14: ; th* N W i. S W 4 and W i lfS E JL iSIJOE SHOP, corner of Duval and ,tt great birgam will be given to an approved dreaming of credit, but here at home where there are WEST

4 of sec 15 ; all ot see 16 ; S E J. N E i and N W 4 i Jefferson Streets, and will be pleased to see for the whole property, .of which purchaser be no Banks or Banking facilities or surplus capital you :

Notice to Contractors. ';I of t c 17 ; all <-f sec 18 and 19 ; the W i of S W 4 ; all his old customers again: :anJ as many others as treated for at private sale) until any the first Monday may i in want 1, 2, 3. 4 and 5 years credit, and then require AZ& 5- .

Orrirs PEN. & GKO. R. II. Ia11'J E i of S E 4 of eee 20 ; the W A of S W J of sec will give him a call. J. M. "WA AS.I January next when, if not .sold, all except the Iud, one to ride from 50 to 600 miles for pay and probably INTERMEDIATE FRORIDA PORTS
COMPANY.
{ i 21 ; the S W }. S E 4 and NEt of sec 22; the N I Sept. 19, 15:7. :84tj will be offered the ultimately expend from 10 to 26 prcentofamount
TaUalnM-ie. Oct.lcr( ", I 1657. ) I! W4aidNEkofs-c23 theN W4.anJN4tfS. on premises at public outcry. in collecting I Is tbia right Is this encouraging COXXECTXB WUU THV .
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SEALED: PROPOSALS 'i illl.e J n-ceived; at tins] \: W 4 4'1sec24V J of S W J and W A of N W J of j NEW GOODS I!I Sept. 26, 1857. 39-tds GEO. A. CROOM. Home Industry f If so, can you bo surprised STEAMER ISABEL

for t tie Grading-niclu :iin? the
an.! ciul'binf S(--ttKn. U!. 1. 2, S, 4. 5. 6. 7. nisdS. : S E } and] S W J OfsC26 ; the N W 4. S W J. arid I OUR STOCK of Merchandize: : b\ toe A' II (0111' !\ --RescueGrass I Arrangements must be made for payment before re& IUT.IXA AXD CKMLKSTQIT.. .. AT KIT

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Oclvl<'ckcj.aco tivtr. | 4 "f FCC 20 i ) ; all ofcc 31 ; the S h J. and W i of N The assortment[ is general, and unnecessary; cfppccj :- i OERSONS wishing Good Seed can be s ipplied I St. Marks, or Tallahassee-that is far enough from THE WOUThEItNSteamshiptoinpany'

Also, for tbi' rlfarinj. cmbbing! and err ding in MadI )- I K:; 4 of sec 33 : the S WJ", N i of S E J, E ."of N j I iioatii n- -L with any quantity they may desire by applying home.

I I 1"n c.'UI: !)', of SoctimNos.. f 2, (3, 64, CS, C6, 67, W J. W i ofNEaniISEofNE4nf see :34 ; j i, Pry Goods Groceries Crockery, Hardware: I to the subscriber, at *3 per peek or ?1 10( per bushel. You may bo good, but we cannot run after our

and 7:'.as far as uwn.Il( UH'r.1 the E k of N E 4. the E of S E J, and the N W $ : ftf? Notnns ClotIiig, Boots, rgj I will deliver (hem at Tallahassee or Newport aud hard earnings in this: Department. Besides, when

Als'<, f,*r the clearing; grnbb'ng and grading, of 35sniles d X E 1cf I"ec 3 j | *- Shot'?, Hats, Ac., ic. JfL I I give any inilt nHion3 they may wih i in regard to Labor i ill credited out, parties try hard to make themselves Or SETV BHHBl OBLKANI S
in C<>lutnl,ia c"mlh''c1i"rs No. : believe it is not half done, because they owe taken the mail contract for above ports.
I 71.I to Z\o. In Toirnship 3, South, Kangr 1 West.i Our prices are moderate, and a reduction made to t ti seeding. J.1'. SEEG.R.I HAVING
first chm Sea steamers regularlytwice
1 105 inclusive-fro-n Suwannte river to the Town of j i Cash purchase!?. All are invited t/ call and camiuethem. I Quincy, pt12. 1857. 37-6w for it. two
; TheNW1.SWLIdWO1NE1OfseC j __ month meeting in the Spanish Hole on la.
m<.It"r.f i 3 ; I T. HAY WARD Tie work is uividrd] into Serii',>ns <.f (>no mile in the E i ofNEf.EjfSE14ofNW i and i' Sept. 19?, 16:'. SS-St i! For Sale. I| New Por July 11, 1857. 28 15th and !9tband leaving the tame evening.TI1E .

lerifrlh. Bid* to lip made for one Se<>ticn or f"r the 1 1V i of S W J ol stc 4the N W J and N E 4 of - -. - --- I _- "STSA.XER SPiLL*

TL'>lc <>f t1'e! xr.:k, S.'I ion 1/v Sveti'in. 1 sec 6 ; all of sec 9 ; titN E 4 and the W 1 of N W From New York ;i O A BALES good Northern Hay, per Bark H. L.t t 1 University of Louisiana will Jean New Port in the morning and St. Mari
.-tls al. invited j .fH'C 10 the NV and N E and the N | I I WW Hutgere.I i ,
'''' ; are l. for<>no Rail Rnad nri-';e ; J 4, of terminus on the arrival of the Cart from Tallahassee
f for a sitizlc track, at Suu.iWiee rivtr, to he construe S W J- HuJ N i of S E i of sec 11 ; Fi action of HOC- j rii EHIG "JEJIlXGTOX." I 20 Bblg fresh Iris! Potatoes{ .j3t lectived per MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. taking marl: passengers baggage and freight to andf

: led,)
Full infi.iiina'jon; iti -purd. ) to ran be hud oo ai>piatJ n fAl iLisKotice 'fik. MONDAY November rest assured that thi4'I
i commence on ICth publra can aoW
Lets 1, 14. W i of sec 15 ; all of 26 29 1315 t Malaga Wine, Old -- --- travailing
Fogy"t1nnc I
L. W. DU UOJ*;. Cliicf) Engineer.Oct.lO. 50. 63. 70, 79, f3. 84, 02, 03.i Madeira gahaizLThikey, mol AL i\OTICl3T I\ 1867. and will terminate in the ensuing March. long desired and frequently attempted commanicvtion 41

H.?';. -Jl-lf i! TEJniOI1.llljn! c-f tLc- purchase money to be I J SI'rry"! Jamaica Hum, I !, JAMES JONES, M. D., Professor of Practice .I to and from the above ports U in noh hands a
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t paid! at the time <.f ale, the remainder in equal mstal- I Ti'iicriffe Holland Gin. R. GOn L'J.. L. PALMF.R. \ cine. I warrant permanency and succeu.
i J. L. RIDDELL M D., Professor of sJav servants must to
Chemistry. having see
I I i Passengers
I i njcuts in one an j two care with iutorcs-t from date American Rum American Gin,
j I j WARREN STONE. M. D., Profeasor of Surgery. I them at the Custom Houiv bef. going oft-
I Drs. GORMAN clearing r
,\LT. prrr.:> ]In-.i in: tl-m.i ds againsl the estate ol ', of purchase. ; Scotch Ale in Jujrs. & PALMER, i iHAVING I A. H. CENAS, ). D.. Professor of Obstetrics.j .
t HL ,n, c\'ccaod: lale nf JOHN BEARD, Ree&.er J(., I
Jeffwon board.f
of the -AI.SD- associated themselves together in the j GUSTAVUS A. NOTT, M. D., Professor of Materi : Also! look after your Baggage "oarsI'll.For .
c.Mintv. arc w.tiied: 11<- erit them the und Ap.ilaehicola Land Companv.
to
/u rsigned I : 20 Baskets "Heid-ic" !. of Medicine and Sli'-geiy, offer their Medicine. further particHl'ira, Apply to
C.arpaJijn,
Tallahassee Oct
't'itl'.lli.! t 3 1S57.
administrator. ; > time: 40
( jnvsorilifi LIw, or ; 10 It I very best ...'gnl F. professional rvic to the citizens of Wankeenah I JOSIAH C. NOTT M. D., Professor of Anatomy. DANIEL LADD .A ent.
they wm he IniP-d ; aI I all in kAeJ are requested I j'I *.* The Florida Sentinel and Wakula] Times, will ; For sale'by R. II. BERRY. and surrounding couutrv.AuL'ii : THOMAS HUNT )t. D., Professor of Physiologyand New Fin 28
w'le Port JI1JylllU'1.
to pivment r m copy t 15, : 57. 33SINGEE'S
Pathology. -
Sept. 2fi, ] 85; 39 I
J AMES P. GRANTHAM]: Adnt'r !t .___ ;I GILBERT S. VANCE, M. D., Demonstrator Ana
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Waukeenah. Or,. lit, ]85'. 41-Sxv j I t I I FULTON FOUNDRY
---. -.---- 3150 Reward. ; Congress Water. SEWING tomy. ,
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I I The rooms for Dissecting will be open on the iec- Ta.J.J.ahas ee, FJ.a.-

Notice, ;! RAN AWAY from the Suusciiborin Leon Coun- : ,\ FRES11 ,tPI'yju! t iceeivod, and for t-ale b! II ond Monday in October. UNDERSIGNED beg Ie.v. to inform

\ LL jyrs< ns }, iviur m.inds against the state' I on the 27th ut.! throe negro mtn, to-wit :- j, .1-. -AMES & LIVELY I The Faculty are Visiting Physicians and Surgeons THE that they bv associated th mstlve

_t'f JitophLiirfiJstv.: Lite f JcfiVrKiii cttntiiceasetl. -. LEWIS need 4f, hair a little grey, Fix feet or upwards ; _Sept.J_10.) IS.:?. SB I ("fthc Charity Hospital.The business, under tk. nmm and style! of
] in height high cheek bones, low forehead 1- --- -- Students the Professors in their
will .
tth..ti": -e that: they mu t sent :)hesa : I accompany Baya 4 Co.
Ctrdj
pn ; clumpy in gait. NICHOLAS. <-dJO Boots & Shoes. visits, and free of ,
.m to the utrt-I1I-d] ] duy! nutlM-ntifatc-i! within I n2f or upwards expense, enjoy extraordinary practical -
5! feet 10 11 5i.rLes hi, h. T ''M f ) for the of the trade of Fonod
the lime .I.-r law II' ; npr-d about 0. advantages. parpoM following r
t(5(1 l.y ('i this notice Tvill I lie i S ECII\: : iNn f-om the Gamble! a I
]low in f'tfit features li3. light buit.! Tom and B to the Course. Lectures will be delivered Mathimsts and arc to execute all kinds
pU-adss birr tc-ii! : Preliminary prepared
r.'C.>r -/, ; si.l all pcr<<.n* iu- i '81 1 large stoik of BOOTS i SHOES fit 4 II
:
dd- cd :. E'!t3 lame I eu-l-y notififd to make ; Lewis arc not n. black as Nicholas.I : of every viirietv t and dlsct'tJlolI_ I Ii I daily in the Amphitheatre of (the HospitalI work appertaining to this business. Steam

imm..dilh': p' 'mt'lt; tpn'f! to iho) ijTj'i.'rf'caul.TAXELIGIITSEVAdi.Vx.. j They will fillK-r link iu ih;: \i"initof Tallahassee, HODGKISS SCoft POOLE.Sept.1i857.)3 i from the 1st of October, on Clinical Medicine and furnished to order and warranted to give aatisf.
: or rnt'tavor' to ifi.-.ke their: uay to Manatee River or J : f Surgery, and other subjects without any charge to Sugar Mills and Casting of all kinds rrsd.''

1011.1, 01.1. 1 ii, 1 &_7. 4 1-v; S'-uih 1'< .in, Wil(- ( I tli"y fiji .,1 h- live]. ; --------- ------ _ __ I i I student. TIIOS.IIUKT. M. D. Dean neatness and diapateh. Plsos and estimates
------- -- .- --- -, ,; I will pi i\c twenty..> dollar1: each for said No- I t The Administrators of the Charity Hospital elect of all kind of Machinery and Engineering.
. Wanted i pros if tJk.n iu tie! Ci'i.ntioe r.f Lee n "'ri J'-lfeiM'n I S Hats & Caps. M.AcI3Is.. I annual, in April, 14th Resident Students, who are are also sole agents for Hoard Sons Steam

| thui.tdrlhn; rarh if taken in Madiscn! and fifty dol? 1 1j FINEanmeutofHATSit CA PS, 'been appointed Spec al Agent for the I maintained' by the Institution. for Ginning Cutton Grinding and Sawing, and

TMMEDI! \1'I:1.Y. otCI-h-: .h.nc't servant, 'II- I lais ath if taken beyond the Suvnniu'p, and ;!it'Iivered M4\. Fall awl W int< r St\losHODGKISS HAVING the above the undersigned is now r.re- August 29. 1S57. 85Taylor's rison'a Grist Mills for steam or horse power.

JL pbleoftakiiig chaise.'fa Dl'iiaj il om. To euch a to me or ccured in jail o that I get them. ;! ] :, SCOTT & POOLE. I pared to furnish them to order, together with full instructions :I J03P.PH '

rHT-"n, \\h"iIiJi::;t.i make Lunseuizeneritllv useful, GEO. WARD.. I: SrpLlO lc.17. SS for their use. One Machine is equal to 8 I Cotton Gins. WILLIAM BAYA.JOHN
I ,'i i.1! true p'M"J w ui. "OPC cthr need apply.- : THilr.liass.-e, Oct. S, 1 ?.'.7. 40 : __ __ __ I or ]tJ good Searatressea, and all kind of Sewing can I CARDY.

Ls'. s'od 1.:1I111r'F5., A. 1;. NOTE'3.St. 3f Tlie Sentinel, Madison Uessepgct' anil Tampa: Boys & Gents I be done. 0.c e-r two of those Machine" can be seen :: WE have on band Gins of 40, 45 and "0 Saws' May SO. '57. 2-ly

a11.. O. 1 :;'. Ov Ptniiisular, j'leac c(.f-y fvi.r weeks an'! ttiul bill: to at any time by calling on the undersigned his rebi- 1 and Can deliver them either here or at Newport -

-- ----- -- -- -- -- ----- --- Liz. .flce.i :, FALL & WINTER CLOTHING. ler.ru in Tlllahaqe. Singer's Gazette paper devote. at $2.50 per Saw, payable let January next. NEW BOOKS.

Medical College of Georgia --- --- --- -- ---- S 'ALL and Stock. j'[ .1 to Sewing, will; be furnished to any one on application II -A L8 OBrown's -
It is
; see "-ur largo and! wil se- JUST RECEIVED I I1iEW
i For Sale ( irrati where the Prices of the different hizts i-
I If-cted. UODtJKISS :j Machines made
\1' AUt11c1't.'TIlE : / SC01T & POOL11 i Washing at Columbus
; 600 Barrels of Frcih Kurnt Liinr. :, Sept. 19, ISi7. :S may be Efeti. P. P. LEWIS. I i iAufrLst Georgia. HOPKINS & ME'OINJJISS. AgenU. BOOKS OVELS-L.
Tw.'n1y- :xth Course of Lectures in this In- i -- ----- 8, ]'57. S2 S 1857. 32 DORE-A in
L Mit"l-.ii.! : will coninivi."e on MONDAYthe 2nd I; r|"HI3 LIME i i" superior quality and will coinJL --------- I 1 August [Sent. copy. Stroller Europe; .
EL GRINGO Tiavela iu Mexico
NOVESJBEIl ne.t pare :Jnvoi-ably with TLomastoii Lime, or with! ; NotiFlorida ce, QUININE ;

E-a" uus! I'nfi.56 rof AnaV.mv: G. M. NEWTON, any other for plastering or for ary other purpose for ''F' HE uiuiersi;i-etl, E'X im>iiths after date, will l prcJL i Attachment. DR. KANE'S Arctic Expedition ;
MEMOIR of S.S.
U. D. i which! lime is t1.r.1.:111.. ( pent to Hon. Jui'g: of Probate of Lan Jlrz' irceivedSOOOrNCEsSllIpIl QllininO, j I P'eDtisa. Speeches,&e.;
nge lwparji".tl1.p A.
| County, j Jdm Grant 1 In Justices Court :od District
Bl'Ulltl with THE DAYS of lifeA novel
together a J by
variety
great my
Ana:",my. II. F. CAMPBELL! M. D. 'I ply to JOHN M. RAYSOR, Jeffi-non co, j their final accounts <>f the estate (,1 f Allied M. Gatliu, j of Chemical AMES It LIVELY. I r*. V Leon Court. author of Margaret and Zs.id.0
SmSl-ry: : L. A. Dt'CAS. M. D ;i 12 miJ{? S. E. of 3lunticelo.i I deceased trid l ask for H discharge from the aJDJ Ii?. j I pure Nathaniel White.) Debt $47 00. ISABEL A ;
S 1&57. 32
novel-
In-tnntes and Practice of Medic:ice, L. D. :FORD, i i: Oct. 3 i, 1S07. 40-tf. I! tralion of said estate.. i ij _August!: I IDon't f"PHE defendant and all others interested, are hereby ARTISTS WIFE-A; novel
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M. n. I, --- -- ------ --- j SAPwVII A.BETTON. Extrx. Read This j -L notified of the commencement of this suit, I VASCONSELOS .eir w oh'm
M tri Tl'KUUTr K. l'L'ETTON- Exfr.: I
ttl Me-ica::
Thc-rar-euticsnud Medical Juris- j
NOnCE-ZandSae, j returnable to a Jutke's Court to be held at Tallahas- t by Simms;. & -. : .
I. P. in riflit) of his wife. OH DOX'T I \
pru-lence. G. \'IX.)1 D. ; I i tee, on the 9th day of November, A. D. 1S57, and to McDOUGALL t HOBBT.July
S (JUtetiics! and D.saf-ce; of Women: tnd Infants J.A.EVE T 'SDER a decree of the Circuit: ; Co-jit of f Loon SeTh2(, ISZ,4. OJ'J",-om 7ITE have just received from New Orleans, Per .: appear.and plead to the same. I 4,'57. 27
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,. D. ; county. Chancery I will f'iTer at private ale --- Schr. W m. It. Petti, and New York Per j Given under my hand and seal this 25th day of -

Plivaiolocv Pathological Anatomy' H. V. II.illLLEli : to the highest bidder, before the Court House in T.il- : SCHOOL NOTICE.I I Bark R. H. nnmUe, a large and well selected I AnguSt, A. D. 1867. Received
31. D.: i i i lahasMj, ;.n the first Monday in November next that I II. 6 Just
and Miss AULD) will open n jiiivate School STOCK OF GROCERIES.A EDWARD M. WEST. [z.. B.] ,
CUmiatr: and ALEX. MEANS. M. D. fine Plantation! belongirg to the estate "f Lewis :.1. UR. S
Pliaimacy, ,; I. their Residence iu Monticello, on Monday! 2ith) I II I Justice of the Peace. Per Schooner Wm. R. Pcttit
l)iuoistr&U.r of AnatDinv, P.OBT. CA31PBELL, 1 i t Sanders, deceased, lying nrar Luke Micc'-sukie, iu (I' Septempcr..Sept. LS O- August 29, 1557. S5-8m ;

21 D. ;:; Leon county. and eonaizig 840 acres. The Planta- ; 19. 1857. C3-3t Wines, Brandies, S\rups, Cigars, &c. I DRUMS. Fresh Dried FTg'.
As"it int Percor.etrator of Anatomy, S. B. SIMMONS I j i tion is one of the best in L'nn county. TERMS OF j jI The Subscribers are determined after tbis date to I 50 0 Boxes Fresh Lemooo2 ,-
: M. D. I i iClinioal SALE-One-third Ca-.h. balance in one and two years, !j ji Ladies Dress abandon the system ofseHing goods on a CREDIT. FOR SALE. Cases Guard Jelly -

.S. Lectures win be delivoied in the City Hoei j i i i interest from dtc: of sale payable annually and secured i Goods. For Cask or Country Produce 1 Trail New Date
pjtal and at the Jackson street H'-spilaL j j I by mortgage ou the Land. j I!i ii T ATEST :Full aad Winter ctyles of new and, beautiful .. 10 OR: 1200TTTQTTT'T fill AMES & LIVBLY t

Tee for Whole Cour*I'. ?10:. i I EDWIN A. HART, I JU Side Stripe and Bavadeie !l-ibt-s of Silk, |I Ij we will at any time be happy to serve our customers June13.7.Saw 24
: ; with goods of descriptico at a email! advance S"of CORN and or 5
Maser in j Poplins and DoLuine, Trimmings Laces Embroideries every i
Matr-eulatkn Special Chancery. ,
: Ticket (to be taken one,) #5.F j i Jp U) )p-LJLJLLJL-Q pounds of
.r faitLcr '1 Oct. n i, 1857. 40-iw : tc..,just received by I nbore New YOlk and New Orleans prices. If you : BACON on Mill & Mill Site Near
the particulars, nj.plv t) any member of j' ______________ _______________ _. HODUKISS, SCOTT & POOLE.Sept. :. doubt it, come and try us, at J. 1!. Gamble's Old ticca'ukie. Refer to TOWForS
FaccHv.. or to I. P. GAKVIN, DelI I { I
MC! r5. G.& J. MEG INNISS.
I Stand. Corner of Monroe and Jefferson Streets.
19 1857. 38PLANTATION le.
_9eL-2. Ib57.---- -._---40tubsciibcr .- ,'! To the Ladies of Tallahassee. i|. BROKAW 4 RHODES. I July 4, ':7. 27 I Srj"mfl

1 May 23, ':r;. 21-tf : } MILL SITE, togethe- with flew
< To BoardingHouse and FOR SALE. ; --- --._ ------- -- I Notice.ALL I JL MILL complete, ready for running within

HOTEL KEEPERS. MRS. E. DAVIS, through the kindness of whole- J i rPIIE subscriber offers fur sale) a desirable and valI I WHO WANTS MONEY ? ; : miles of town known as the Mnnson and more re '
: ; and fashionable establishments in Chailes- ,J JL uable Plantation, situated one mile from Monti persons indebted to the estate of Josiah ly the Kic&ard's) Milla ia now offered at a bargain.

'I"HE clTers for Bale, on easy ton and Mrs. M. A. Howlaud of Macon, has been enabled i i I cello, Fla., consisting of 1000 acres of laad ; 400 of I 560,000 I late of Jefferson County deceased In A wet time the water r rivilege ia good and by
", a c-mmioJious Brick Builiihig iu llii replace the well selected stock of Bonnets. which are in cultivAtmi and under good fence, tke are hereby notified to make immediate payment to taching small engine for a dry tim, affording
the Vil! g P. of MontjceUo. Fla, '2 feetby 4 O. Ribbons, tc., &c.. -which she lost on board of the balance well woodoJ, and watered by spring branches, ,I LDFo OBTAINED BY K1SKIMJ 10 DOLLARS, the undersigned executrix of said estate ; and all per very best chance about Tallaha. for tCODOD
It contain 14 large rooms, besides these in the attic, Halves and Tickets sons, legatees, distributees whomsoeter, holding lumber. The
iu the Quarter
Steamship Southerner awful gale encountered the improvements arc good, a good dwelling house, producing pond being large and
hnd was built fur a Hctcl.To upon a recent voyage from New York to ,' negro !ijouse". Gin hou>-e, screw and other out buildings i i IN PROPORTION. I claims or demands against said cetate, are hereby re ly surrounded by a very good timber region,

any oue de-iring to keep a I&1 or piivateB"arkn : Savanu h. Her stock of fancy goods will be frcceived j and the I location is favorably situated for. health i ----- ----- I quired to piesent them duly authenticated within legal a very economical 1 method of getting stock nezt
ll<'ta t'. Uiia j'ace! offtts Jfcliftr: induce aud opened for inspection by Friday next, Any persons wishing to purchase, will please call j JASPER COUNTYACJDEMILOTJER i: i time or this, notice will be plead In bar to the recovery i the pond's facilities for providing sto.k- the.
!1'nt8t tl.5 time. The Pensacola and Georgia : when she will with wait her I and I of the same. is nearer town 2 8 miles than1 mitt
pleasure upon customers.September see for themselves. BT AITHOBITT of the STATE OF GEORGIA, by or any sIte
Kail R-aJ pa!: o'A witLuS four miles and as soon as 2(5( 1657. 11 SARAH KNIGHTON, Eictntrix. I be fouud.
39 TERMS-One-half cash, the balance in two I
or
concpleteJ to this; point (probably by March next.) a __ __ i .more years-interest payable annually.EMILY S Havana Plan, Single Numbers. Sept. 1857. 83-Sw By calling on lr. J. Richard's (former owner

branch will omnect this place and the main road, Heir & Coles j CLARK, Extr'x. : 80,000 TICKETS-3,286 PRIZES. ''I I the I lank! Road, any further tnforruatiou cAn be fac.or S
thu increasing the amount of have!. J
greatly ,
present Gins.J of
Monticello, Sept. 19, 1857. 88 I Sea Island Cotton DANIEL LADD Newport'
Tlx-re i nls>o at this time: a rtoiug Jcnmud for a re-opened for the season their business of : Amounting to f 215, GJ. 5 1867.
HAVE 3 hI
Sept. ,
good ardins House, nhere children! !: sct.t to the Storage and Selling Cotton and will A FEW of BALL'S IMPRO VED PATENT .

tchool from abroaj may be accommodated, and any make liberal advances on Cotton, consigned to their I!I I Notice. Prizes Psjubls vVithout Deduction.ANDERSON .f\. SEA ISLANI COTTOX GINS," for sale by
Savannah
'i: one of character nni' exjienence in the business could' | cere. 1IIPTY days after the first publication of this Ii SON Managers, the subscribers-deliverable. at Tallahasse or New. Medical. College*

1 doubtless obtain the first year from 15 to 20 yearly _September. 26, 167._ 39 11 JL notice, the undersigned administrator of the estate Successors to J. Wi.vritn, Manager. port. Price $125. t T I HE ANNUAL 'COURSE of LECTURES win
bjarder. : These GINS have given great satisfaction to all
of John W. Townsend, deceased will apply to -L commence on the first Monday in VoieaAnf
The .ubcriber would only add in ccnclubion, that '> i& From New York 6 : the Hon. J. Wayles Baker, Judge of the Circuit Courtof 1 Our Lotteries draw in Macon, Ga.(SmallSchemes) who have heretofore had them. next.

in point of eocial!, moral and religions advantage I the Middle Circuit of Florida, at his office in Tal every Saturday,and in SavannahGa.LargeSebemes( ) McNAUGHT i ORMOND. FACptTY; -
this place perhupsls second to none of the Villages J PER BRIG RE.1IIIVGTOZV. )lahassec, for authority, to eel! the following lands of I about the 15th of every month.CLASS Newport, August 8, 1851. 82nnn -STI.
I Dl ARNOL >, M. P.. Practice Medi'die.P. .
o/the South. Fur further particulars, appl/ to /CRUSHED Sugar Onions, said estate, in which the minor .heirs, of said John W.
I .
E. E. JiLACKBURN. Monticello Fla. e" I GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES M. KOLLOCK. M. D t Obstetric.
V/ Loaf Rio Coffee Townsend are interested towitthe S E J of Sec. CC, to
> OctS, 185T. 4O-3ri1? Powdered Java I 5, and S E i of the S W i of Sec. 6, in Township 2, I I OUUU be sold wholesale"t pd This is the W. G. BULLOCH. .M. D, Surgery:
DRAWS OCT. ISrii 1857 At J. G. HOWARD. M. D. Anat.
Augusta ContJution\ will please 1)U1Ai1Jonce Lee Hive Syrup, Starch, Range 2, North and East in the County of Leon cheapest and best lot of watches ever before offeredto my.
it a week for three monL* And :<&* bill to advertiser. I Dried Apples, Soap and State of Florida. containing 200 acres more or ARMORY HALL SA.VANYAnOA., the public. A gift in Jewelry worth from $1 to JUP.IAH HARRISS. M. D. Fbyslolotfy.

: j I Rice, Pepper, less. LITTLETON M. WHITE, Admfr.Sept. Under the Sworn Superintendence of $12 will be given with every watch in proportion to J. B. READ M.D-.Materik Med a.
'--I White Beans, Ginger, 12, 1857. 37-4 its value. Being desirous of Introducing our goods JOSEPH JONES' M.D_ Chemistry;
U. S. Marshal's Sale :; Fulton Market Beef Alspice, W. R. Symous and J. M. Prentisr, Eqs. prominently to the public in order to meet with J. J. WEST, M. ET, Demonstrator; ,

Salerat'u Sweet Oil, quick. ready. and cish tales we have adopted this The PreUminafy course of Lectures win conxn _<*
tint Monday in November Next. j Candle Notice.ALL CAPITALS of $60,000, $20,000. 10.000, ?5. method for tbcir disposal. We sell on the 10th October next. Clinical Lecture* will be
j Soda, Sperm ,
1 BY virtue of a writ of fieri :.? Issued from the I Pot Ash, Adamantine Candles, persons are hereby notified not to trade for a of 000$i0t$4000.. 100$2000 of $50,,3 3000 Prizes of of$30$1000 and, 5'':of. !Approximation 1500. 100. Composition Verge. opeu face, at tG 00 fc $7 00 delivered regularly at tbe City Hospt&I.! tliM Iu Htntion .

? office of the United States Court, for the j jortheru Maccaroui, Green Peas, I given by me payable to James Peeler and Amounting $3760,' Fine Silver Lepine, 8 00" 9 00 trill accommodate over 100' patUof lit
> District of Florida, wherein Nathan Rack- :j Mace, Asparagus, i due 1st January, 1858, for the sum of Five Hundred prizes *' 9fcl' Hunt ease, 12 00 further particulars ad"resa' r

ley ia Pl,intiff, and Thomas Saunders is Dt-fendan-t, j Pickles assorted, Tomatoes I IYel Dollars, which note is secured by Mortgage on Real Whole,Ti ell $10, Halccs $5, Quarter* $2,60. 'I Lever Heavy Hunt, T J. G. HOWARD, DOM

I have levied upocfaud will expose for sale, with stI'owdcr.Ourrf'ut Jelly Estate. The consideration for which the said note interest and this Scheme with 9 Case, 15 00 II 18 00 July 18.1SIS'l. 2 di
Look to compare L L '
"ejttl honrB, iu front of the Court House door. in the I )a.tcLot, Lobster. was given having failed I will not pay the same until your other. Fine Siver English Patent Lever .

t*>wu of Quincy Gal den county, on the firt Monday compelled by law. D. P. HOLLAND. any Hunt cast, 23 00 30 00 altSlt. .

in Novemt next: the following! described property, -.A LSOA __Qy.Sept. ((16) ii:57.!! : 38-3w Bank Notes of Bound Banks taken at par. Heavily Qold Plated Lever, 24 00 t (iAnSAKS LIVERPOOL. in line otder.' ,
assortment of Tea Gold Ancbor'open face, ?2l 00 "
C4 00
i4 -wit: Simon, a ,man about thirty-eight years of age, general Check*on New.York remitted for prizes. 28 00 JL, J'JU landing per Times,and for sale b.
and Maliuda a woman aged about thirty-eight yean LisPAn Reports. S Addr'rs order for tickets or Certificate of Packages u Lever., Honttaee a 14 80 00 ex 37 00 S McNAUOHTORMOXD ell 00..J

tld. Levied upon &B the property of said Defendant, extensive assortment of 'oltetl CANDo' \ -. 33nkets beautifully April, 1&51. 14TaIIaiaO
and lo be sold U satisfy said writ according to law. It n. 3ERIn. COMPLETE in 6 volume toANDItON i SON Managers. engraved, 45 oo
8ale by Gold Patent'Lever beautiful
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E. E. BLACKBURN, U. S. Marshal.ByJOHNILRIIODES I 39 I V McDOUGALL A HOBBY. Macon or Savannah Os.Sept.19 English 0' ] SAud BId
S 1857.
Sept. 26 engraved,
D.M. 80 185t. 88 BO 00
Sept.1,1S51. ,
O t. I Gold English Patent Lever bean- -
1657. 40t4sNotice. .
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or- : !_ GARDEN SEEDS tiful engarved, extra, 60 00 70 00 ."

BAG, Red.Top, and Early Dutch Tur Laws of Florida. ATNAINSIfltA.NCE Gold English Patent Leyer and THE undersigned adopt this .tbodoiatbruiia, "

RUTA seed, together with Cabbage, Beet Radish, to 1857. McDOUOALL ON Moaday the econd'(2)( ) Jsy November next and other Seed fat BOUND. 1867. 36 Gold English Patent Lever,and busraes in tb. city of Tftllibw. and irooM. :
the und ,'signed executor of the lit Will]! and OF HARTFORD. Magic Watches '* pleased to receive the potrotwr' .of 1 frwodslmt
testament of NexmnnGiJclirist! decent cd, late uf Gaddeu I FALL PLANTING: 80 00 100 00 the Rail Road 1HIL. W.M\'rD., .
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I Any pf the II.bo
county Fla, will apply to tie Hon. E C. Love, Just Received per Bark R. // Gamble. Shoes Shoes Shoes I Inrorporalk in 1819;CJiartet rtrpetual.cAfti Tijll bo sent by toil-alchei.!, free of. postage.together A'with oatalogna a gift March '. '57. : 10 S
AMES A LIV U\.
Judge of Probate of said county at bit office in the .For sale by SUBSCRIBER residing at Monticello Flor- giving full'illl be
-0-- sent on application
Court House, of said t for order and decree J Sept. 19. 1857. 38Plantation TilE di&Ai5-ii lol JusVr*
to ell county, an has on bane a largo and general assortmentof cAPITAL81,000,000.INSURE GCO.DOW X 1NG"JffJR> .
the following described lauds as part of the Goods & JTegro Shoes, say Four Thousand Pair, made of f No. 33 South Third Street, PtubdetphU, ,
atate of said deceased for the payment of the debts manufactured home White DAMAGE BY 3POUGALI'flOB3LS _
excellent material at by AGAINST LOSS AND FIRE, : f. 'Newspapers t.b1'9'pounti'y., by ;,.
oi aDd 8 Iota d estate, vix; the West half of lot No.fifty ((50)) GROCERIES Mechanics, which he i ill selling) to Planters and Merchants ON TEEMS,ADAPTED TO THE HAZARD, giving this advertisement six insfrtjoos,, trill rcceiv i .'.lJtCh. !1 tT,. .11 _: f tw0

((61) &ID.i Forbe.L fifty-nioe.(59))"sixty [(60)) and aixtv-ole! ; 'JCI'!oJ!, Lmscys, Flannels, Osna'. at the very low price .ff 1.30 eta. per"pair.. AD, COsgIS'rENTW'lTII TUE."" in payrninti uperk>rdpnble pointed gold Pen MM! .. .

.Purehase lIcc !'.-landl to Mceil's BLANKETS Sh'rUng, Kuasetts and Plantation Send your order ta soon as practicable. A sample. OF cOESA'DiOL' S cds>, worth f 5.or any other Jewelry, of the _na S- Corn" -

aold orveyofapjrt-of fer? the payment aid of the yture1ia lawful ewd debbj:> dcmdnds',to te Improvement, also a large Stock of GROCERIES of the Shoes may be seen at the store of James Kirk"THE nO' C. LEWIS, gelltJ1tuI'Ta1J value payabla onthe, receipt .feftlrt first Copy'cpat.ioiftg BU3IIEIS4CORN.fcf!!.*> .
TuUal1 theadverti.tneat. I). *
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and & Nephto\t' .
Gamble ReUUDglon. wJUuoPKN4)lt.
;gaIost id estate in preference to a sail of the slaves just received r 8tY lab ,.
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5BODGKISS .POOLE. Y.. F. BLACKBTJRM1tkcl" irJ tiHoHy.IS S.pL '.- '. 35
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i The Floridian & Journal THE, JeST CSFFCL, MOST PERFECT 03 P. B. BKOKAW'S. i NEW CAEHIAGE< SHOP. t TIIOMASWHITE ---I Dr., McLANE'S I


-I 11 poWttbed every 5A TURDA by MOST CONCISE LIVERY AND SALE STABLES V THE undersized begs leave to inform the citi- and Sheet, Iron CILtDrTEDVERMIFUQE

IAMBS S. JONES, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR CHEAPER TIIAX THE CHEAPEST : l'j !. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Tallahassee and Ticeinity. that he has IVl TV/fANUFACTURER Ware.and dealer in Copper all kind of Plain awl Fancy > I

At Two DOLLAEI- per ananm in advance. Better that the nest ZpvJiJII 'J"HE Proprietor would inform opened a carriage shop in this place joining Tin War,, Ukes pleasure in informing the etizen' JI3

BfL1. 03e E I his friends and thepublic i i Brokaw's Livery Stable, of Tallahassee and tbe SBTroondicg country that be IS

TERMS OF ADVERTISLVO. j Th .1tJ oJv Out D>Jlor a. )." tbat he has rebuilt his, _ !: in the building formerly occupied by J. L G one!, I now prq-artd to wait MI all that irih to p Ufitt MVEITPILLS,
Brick Stables at the old stand, and is now Kinds of work in hi him in bin line of bntine. He also tenders bia thank -
One xaarecr] 12 lines, or less first ins ertlOJ. $1 00 DISCOVERY of tIle Pre-ea j large i i where I bi it prepared to ilo all : -
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each inhWijoent 50 GREATEST 1-4 prepared to accommodate bis friends! and customers I line at the shortest! notice and oo the most : to his friendu, a!)J! t-!* public generally for the very Tw *rtfce t Preparation*.r th.A-,.
Dieting attached to I.i'l Stables, Blacksmith I. liberal with) wliieh be has heretofore been
He also has a good I patronage
Professional and Business Card ioxerted at !1 0 REASONABLE TERMS
per COUNTERFEIT BANK NOTES. ; Shop wl*>re be will hn-e bare done aU kind*of j I favored, and be \\fffs that a c..ntinuati of tbe amo They are
annum.
not
Plantation work Hone shoein-r, aod Cnr1Lgework in soch AS carriage painting and trimming; making! new will be granted bun. recommended -
AdT.rtT.em**tI not marked with tbe Dumber of Describing !:very Genuine Bill!! in Ext-tenee, and ,
|erttoos will be continued cntil r forbid and charged Exhibiting at a plane everV C..m.ter."t.C" the very best manner and with promptness and dispntcb. bnrrsies i and wajrons, and all kinds of rrpiiring.i Having lIe trill constantly keep on hand a full supply cfalft as
l firat rate in establishment of his Universal
accordingly. : ,.3tloO.- J < proeured .1 sorts of Ware usually kept an :

ty:: Certificates cf publication of legal or estate Arranged to admirably: that REFERENCE i is 1-4 o\"t'mlr'r 5. 18:". 44- -- Carriage Painler and Trimmer, line of business. A full awortment' ofSbeet Iron, Cure-alls but
Lead Lead SbeetZine, Cistern PcmpN 1; for
Xi irill not be until the fee is EAS Y and"DETECTION 2INSTANTANEOUS Sheet ; Pipes; simply
n es given advertisiBg Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, from New York the under-igued i ii prepared to do and a great many other articles too numerous to men
paid. this kind of work as well and in the latest style, as it :; what their
t jJ5P For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. tion. name
i H MM MB
No Index t' examine No page to hnnt rjj can be done at the North. : TO BUILDERS.Tin pur
milE Subscriber just received All those who have this kind of work to do, and
"BLACKSMITHIKG : 1 But and that tbe 09
so simplified arranged
npl and Tin Conducting
Merchant, Banker and Btuincss Men can sell al: H JL very large supply -of CarriagesBuggies wish it done in a manner that will not fail! to give Hoofing, Guttering, Copper do in i the moet ports.The "
I_ which be to
te, all of promise
which be offers Pipes
-0- : Glance. CD and Harness I satisfaction, wcrld do well to call on
mirE firm of BROKAWFITTShaTwg .t t for sale I '_>n tbe most reasonable terms. \VM. KUHNS. work-mau-like manner and style, and of the best ma I VERMIFUGE, for

; _I_ been di sol-j I It has taken to make this November 18, 1S54. 46 May 2, '57 IS : terial, on shortest notice and mo't reasonable term
perfect Q ;
yea in
last
J Having been engaged' for the eight years expelling Worms
red, tfc nodersigDed notifies bis -- ------ -- -- -------- (
GREAT DISCOVERY. ** MILES NASH & CO. V this be thinks it to recommend row
business
at ptaCfI unnecessary
t>ld customers and the poUie generally, that be ho Piano Fortes. ,
made arraog ernents with D. CC Wilson by which be The nrgcnt necessity fc-r such a wok has long M Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, dec. himself any further to the public as regard the human system has
to furnish Piano time he ,
under the tfjBS9\\/r are prepared his cap.ilnliti as a Rieebniiic.; but at the same ,
takes tb ( : d him been felt
shop C112YrJ occopi by by Commercial mtrn. It has bot-n pubj
firm of labed to supply the call for such a Preventive, j: :' JUST received] from New Ycrk per lark R. U. Gam fir Ti* 1, t' Fortes, of the very best quality, assures .ll tJ.at favor him with a call, good work and : also been administered

a general assortment of article in our line upon the most liberal term. cheap prices.Having V
and needs but to De known t.) I* Universally Jj|
H. B. Fitts & Co., Patrooized It doe more thtn has ever been at 2 fuch as OiU of almost! every kind. Burning Flui.l. Thev arc second to wne iu any country either as removed from time old stanil formerly knownas i i with the most

and is now prepared to execute all work done in tempted by men. G\r It describe every BankNote : White Le-ad. Zinc and other paint.. Windv/w Glass of 1 to quality e-r price. While Slusst-r, bo 'il1l-e found at bit stand cor satisfactoryresults

their line of business, fiz: in three Different Languages.ENGLISH i l:*?t quality, l'uthBn] h(. Pota., Soda. Sparkling Every- trnme'itwill be warranted. rer of 200 foot II street where be will be gl"d to waiton various
Gelatiti*.Ixndon Mustard, French Brandy (very best,) MILES NASH i CO. all his friend THOMAS WHITE. : to animals

horse hoeing, Ironing and Repairing FRENCH A XI) GERMA. g f-r medie-rnal] purposes. Spioe, Pepper. Lemon Syrup, February 23,1S56. 8 Dec. 1,1855 4SWILLIAM j

O Carriages and Bugf(' Thus Each may read the same in his; own Native S Inks. Quinine, Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Buchu, -- i __-- .' __ I subject to Worms. .

gies, Plantation work of d I Tongue. \ tc_ Ac., and a general assortment of Popular PatentJleJic.nes. Olive Oil. i I I p. SLUSSER

tJiscripfioij, TttM-,-1 he paper will be about 23 by 42 l'ji I : We keep none but the very best and SUPERIOR article for Table nsc. Just re i! The LIVER PILLS for
frrry S SIIil i inches and will contain the most Perfect Bank *SNot A ,
hope to merit your ccived by AMES: & LIVELY.Aprii5. I Tal1ahassec F1a.
,
..
; Irons and repairing tame, IroningYa i List Published. V patronage.MILES NASH, i CO. ;,_2556. t M I I MANUFACTURER or COPPKRTIX A>D SHEET | the cure of LIVER COM-
Cons and Cart, I Together with the rate of Discount. )March 2l 1S5C IS :; --- --- ----- ,

acJ ;iu fact every other ducriplion of work made of i ALoaListof 0 I Flower Jars. I IRON W.uu:, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL i PLAINT all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS

Iron and Steel,all of which we w-AREtjrr, and pledge All tkt Pfiraie B'jnL'rs in Ameriea. ? Corn and( Cob Crasher 4 LARGE assortment of Flower Jars, various Si-i I DEALER i.\ P/.AIN, FA>CY AXU JAPANNED j -

outs.lves 1 to execute at the shortest notice. A Complete Summary of the Finance of Eu 1.\ zeJust, received and for sale bvAME3Jr* WAKE.: j SICK HEAD-
O-b Crusher I
RANGERS patent CernSand ,
H. B. FITT3. f LIVELY.Airil. .
and America will le : ia each eJiH t
: rcpe published V f lave ta'itn th.. AZPCc fur t-p!: sale of the" "-i -. Stove IIcad-Qiiarlcr?
Feb.H.IS:7. 7-ly tK>i, together will al! tie Important news (.r tbe HOny. V- ) lvd it :is g.vd ;in 1 F'z.-. J H Parlor I ACHE &C.
pVr.r C.-b Cru-hcr, u.e Also! pj theCj r.trv. A stck of the!.- Cru ler", wii! *jo on '! India Rubber Belting. LL 1.| \ anti WiKrd Stf-vM, trimmed with neatness

Notice. : INTERESTING STORIES handailv-t> i is c-'M.iic, };.!. Pri"<>* vry low c"ii, i 5s5 and durability, at reduced! prices. 1! Purchasersvill please
AHOE: : sui'r'rv of In HA I.uJbu I
:
: t ling.jf
FK-CI Old f fun 1 in East 1 1no fr''JetiiCTeat: fivirv; in ft-e-l. 455 !G3 t-ach .
t.e Dooork.
an-leriupi'-l! fas rsade arrangement* sith II an MiLUcripi an Out
THE O t".-si/- !'riot.J i-'iif-'jc }.r'u_'! Jlt the 'oun\-. .r.tw.ot t.ri-p! :ntl l fur plv. amrrante.l filly equal be ask
take of his Blacksmith where tle to tv fll: uJ. It l.ss never vet for tb '? l : ( : ; particular to for
appeared
Fills to charge Shop Roofing Ornamental From Heads, Guttfrin Cop-
tu -athfr., and T"> c-tit d.tpf.r ; in fact con.-i.i- : ;
in and f'.lr.l. t.e! M, F< rfjrt!!.'r ',t'u-i.i.tr-: : call :'i. i tx..>in'--; ; for "uhth! : per
nnd )han'J' and solicits for the &CTF firm the patronage ; prist, ht C.qite j i j Tin Sheet Lead Itt
And ,
ci -V&l !bv tin *T \ h" l-ivi trit-d tll'1: ;np rit.r t<> Lather p"r Ondaetinij Pipes, Dr.
& =Z. k i r a t.-.rr.pi<- : McLane's
aa ; j
of / 'JV'I Cele-
of his old ecstoiners. D. C. WILbON.Feb. History lrIH"D.. LADD.Newp A'.i; .*iz<'>o'. ln>m 4 U 1 1 Inches wi "be. rnfantlvor. /.inc. Load] Pip11 Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop workf

14,1857. ;-ly __ rr'J'YTtlJ'J. tj_ 'it, J-U: ,' :. 1-50. 27 I l-.n.il.y! I D.) ..\ VI. V .> i<". rv ,aiifty( d->?>e nt hort notiee.iiy brated VERMIFUGE
:
and] de-crlbed 1 1 th' Mo t I P,-rpl2i: Pi-it'i.'.* ;inshlch _. V N-vtp.i-. A:. '. 1 ".',". -12Town <: and uinlry ?lcrcliants ; and
DENTISTRY.DR. '-- -- ---- -- -- ____ __ ___ __ ___
\ : the Ladies nud (;..!.::*;l'( n ( that C-.: .ilrx- ._ for Sale. i Ar.* rp'j--etf'ilK! incited i ) togife me a call befoie per LIVER PILLS
have been I. J. Ihe.-e J 50,000 Havana Segars Property j prepared
T. J. CUR LEE, fj o-n 1\t. stoik viiicoritnft : eha: >;m! ; (*lewl.fre.2ST ; by
tl.f\:=I.'- t the i..1- y-sr, :i.i i will 9 ; :. IV.V-- a -\ .. '.... -. .',. .k-: .: '.5 1 SK'i;.M!S r J 'IIiI!: r.iid'-r-'jTf: M:f.'r" at private sale the fi-Ilow- V 2i\ BAM article mannfactued from tie very
LL continue: i in filurp, the rrace of DEN tha ilvst IlntertIIALZ etue,1 the \l. .' 1 it.c: .U--ciil--'i: 'r. known n= th.-': Jra\i i Lts G $
prf-Tc .ver to V r-rop.-i arti ;
"TI : .
3-/uih! ar.d Middle and ; !.:> ] ?- ':1 i j r i '" < :L: V.T : \\-f-i material and warranted durable.! No other
TISTBV i i:1 Georgia, PdJ1j! .. MUM: >.-. o, ':>. -J7. :;.m.-I-. ii--s in. 1 ;2. n- )'a."lnt.JJ.c .
LahaJ vera1( :.:: ::,,1 J'J; ; n: i-h .--: !-: .4 T :L'n L'i'rt I1'ri1'L He years practical experince :i Ftruit'W.t.li] _, to 5'lrribcrs M.!, ai S i :; ;L.:.'';. 227. ::::: 2r/--2JO.' 211. 212. 21.241' -245, 4
AM1IivFi \ October i0! Is::. 42
in the profc-'ica, the lat throe of vLI'-L; Las All !I-U. },.. I 1-. : 5-.. _'.',". --T.J. i:.'',. C-5J, 'i:t. 2;.", 232' all _
?1 a y 'tr. rT::-t : Infl iu 73 \... .' 1 1.VA. 1> J __. __ u __ __ ___. PROPRIETORS
ben in tho-e section* of o> i.try. HI-s; work i h of tie JOHV' ?. D'i E:. H .k"r. Jj in the- l.r .:!ult: j '..:1 f tL: '-i'r! f Talla ha"..... i SOLE Pitts-
Wines &c.OLD
-
most beautiful au 1 d.Ae! character au- sstieLctivsis : P3To Syrups, .
PjP.-fr I : Pi
: ri rr--r: ALSOLMIS
-
-
iruaratiteed in r/ta&e. l) Otard Brandy, bparkhng Cider : burgh Pa. and take
f'ry. V.'a.l >T.+: New \ ..Jrk.O CLARKE\ I ,' no
,
Ail i cr.nB'ii atjccsa.l to Mrteer.r : 1 (), Fla, will 1 March 21. 1-57 ] : -ly .- .1) i; \, > >. 1. 2. 3, ;, a, 7, in S. COlAnl.v qr. Port, Old Port Juice

r-i; attention n.ilJ : 1':1it' nra 7eT* .'.* I. -" !. o- Madeira Brandy Cherries other there various
------ --- as
- n.rn'. iiidL !.is Fall :m.1 1 \\ lt..or: Stotk of i are
wil [IfH!it. IH Lot X.J.. i r2. lL.."'. ]1C, -22. 23. 30. 10, j jI IS, r\ I Sherry, Sardipes,
NEWCOODS. (;''.-, suitable; } ; fr
I C2.iii iln..S'iti! i COI.MV quarter.Th : Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces other preparations now
V ] ;'7 -i) .. ; Flavoring Extracts Pears !
\ ,
RtI-flENcE a. : Tpp :. ."j .: ,i r iil \e described I.rrporly formf-ily! }IJf.1..r. ed ,
J :' .fl
--- V. J ( I'rf-wii. F.. fiKthcr itfvrmatinu awl V Yeast Powders, Tamarinds, before the
to t
JOhN PRATORIOTJS : ov. r nrs,
Ho>. J., L.'' SravR-! )- ',r.H.-I]e, G a. nsi-tii.tr in jinit r>{ 1-,.rd h, an L' li-Ji! Clotl.a. Ca sini ;- V: which will \\tf. liber-il. apj"'}- t-> A. J'crrmahr, Esq, SpaniVh Olive, Spicks, j public, pur-
..
II ". J I1E, j I Vtins f all f-ilor, nnd) of the Ic-nt V
<'i'a nnd) ; <> ;, f fjualifv. Law Tallahassee.CHARLES. Corn Starch Pickles,
Hu.v. W. ?. D1L-J1TI. /. ,, MERCHANT TAILOR, !.i.J! ]lIe d inanurictur t" -rdcr Attorney V at : : | porting to be Vermifuge
-, .1'":-;;:":,rJ, n a.II' i: u: i- jir pir to : ( U : P. MANNING. vrrl'itl.'rshire L.iuce, Salad Oil,
.
E Ilivi
Ittv.V.)'..1. C. M.-'incE. 0 y. .- Dealer) in Ready: Made (Clothing and t.V.! is; >-t 'aa'irible: tenn" :' in the most ; until sold the above j>n>pertv will be for r'nt. L'njrliidi! Mustard, Capers, |i and Liver Pills. All
v. IIIJ6'Co
M 1. i Caret, CV-oa,
r : FASHIONABLE MANNER r A. :: AMAKER.Ftbruaty .
: 1. C. P"l 1'j( .. (;'uIcrnrn's; Furni'liini? Goods. "

(;L:. M. Vil:. SMITJI, -\1 I irit'. rh. ..<.. I TV ;j.'lhcr with a -ix-ral 1 avrtm' of I )10, I S5,;. .7-tf f Jhaunrv 5, 1855.* AMES A LIVELY. others in comparison
- --- --- I ,
t N. B.-Da. Cf a J.;= \;il t b*: in 'j'j.r.cy iiuing; ti..: I fun nf'tr retiring m1 /'/I11/ und Win!T .(Ill' EEADY-MADE CLOTHING, ; Cod Liver Oil. I, --- -- --

htter A prt 1125 cf, ';t;!..< j-r-st/ -.v-c.*IT .. ]>ly f:"f drib *'. Cu\.imi rrr, V*: tins.. ,f.,'.-, fit; I that wiil f'inp.ifavorably; with any fet'x-k (.f 1 Clith- : JRESH I ; .V PURE of the ('p'-b-brnted Rrind II: ORANGE SPRING i I with Dr. MCLANE'S, are

pi ii.y >-\ -.r lit,-d I f- r -al-- in S tl.i-j cit\-. c .ni-t ill; of I Clark it CV it R u.Jtf'n'o.

BROADWAY GOLD PEN Eu-rv Color() St\c) and Quality[ ; l I'itu- ln.-k;! \.j, I-"t..r..1< (C'-.tl! ) .in-f l I'i.i.Fal1dV i.-!: O-ut, For girn.in;alt: by AMES .'. LIVELYAjuilS.lpSO. : Male & Female Seminars ; worthless.
'
( .i-iiuT'-! in 1 laver Fiock a1 d 1 IJuaintislJt :
.
; I 11 .
situation ( this Institution is
trliirji f riTi jtr'jtVfd {in ,;l'l}.<; tin in iftci',sifmliionnldc C., t", V .rHE ( at one of the I i The GENUINE McLane'sVermifuge
.llanufactnrln Co. -- -- -- -- --- -- I
: }
? in the and
] : tk m.1 1 ,_..jl'-ri-1 C.ct; Ht-ttVcr find Pilot; Ottr- Drugget Carpeting and Hearth (; Sulphur Springs ountry, is nn- :I
,'////'', <>n h''JIil: ,ev i j firprued for health. It n easy of access for steam :l
:Jjj: Sick Surtont:, and Liver
ImO.\JJ'\.n' NEW VO2K, V boat and! few hoirs I
staging.
I Rugs. a
AND REASONABLE TERMS Ealaa's Black awl r.uj"y DjO-kin ti:l Cas :mriel'nnt ,
!
HE now polling; th'ir pj.lctidi'l; Gold) P TJ=, Pencils Th: Principal with the experience of twenty rears,
.
A ALSO | -, i 1-'INE LO r u>* .* t\\' c.n.Carpeting. II rpo PlV..d! Pills be had
? end Pen ( a"' r.t the I .' ",-t I Retail Prie*.=, A and aided by a corps of competent assistants:whl de1 1 can now at
P.o-t (;renr\'iin'. Darath, Satin r.nd Cl 'tli Vr-ats, : Al I;". a fr |licecaVtVOtV.l allj Cot'untI. ,
a'jd each! parcJia pr Urair* n A J.\ura"U WJI.J: .rLi:'rr.it STOCK nr i : v-te his whole time t4J the improvement of his pupils. i i
FaiHVelvet.. Ca.!::! r-, Silk r.nd C.ieLtncre do., ., and) liu-i H.. rll. ii\t4 an-s: Jlng't, for 'ale n:'J.t all
PREJIIU.HPBE.tlUJ.TlPKCMIUTIof: The third session will commence Monday, January i: respectable Drug
READY-MADE CLOTHING, j jC WLit'c. bilk do. I at D. LADINewport. IJ. *
12 1 1857. For address I Ii
I IK.
: particulars ,
G .t.* Shawl'l Droving Roia Fii Shim,is Silk. : Oct. J IS. lR5(. .I
i > : ,
from 50 ecr.ls to $I 1J f)'! .
'Jn<:tir: cf o v'-rv :atrr. i.t '..i:able! f--r wir.tf-r war, j! : i ANDERSON, Principal. \J Stores.
C'ottf-ii and ilcrir Uii'l'r r-hirts) - -V ---
Ai oon ni a Pen or Pencil! i ia purchased, tie Prenii, sr:'-h J1 Cl'iak"! T.tl'i.aCats: VcL', Pants, Lc.. Ac. ,. i Nov. -2?, lS.jo. 49Noticc. j.
siC i! deliverol inme'Jatdy.; whi/h! will b* ,Ii-p,1 of at 1.,'" pi*' <.*. '! Caiit-f ri.iniici 111I,1.111'" Drawer. Dr. P. P. LEWIS ... i-j_ _,.. i i .. i j. FLEMING BRO'S,

I Al", a lvr: -. 1-t cf pliian: ,! -'.iicv S.irh.} CuBan. ': -.I 1 .. ( -. < IAS j notice to hi frirr.'I: and
Li'.T OF rti's AXU THE tETAi rfiicn': ; ? pat i iOIX 60 WOOD Sr. PITTSBURGH PA.
Gold P-ThI..l 2: avl] 1 Gift Lutlr-L.rt-.Cra\Jt-I..-k.. JI"-kT i }. tic., .!.c. ,, .\ g"HraJ r'"I ti.l.; mtt.f rm,' ;;;; 1acl.! Sin 'on .t., ( T r..u" ,-, I lif, i i* now in o"" 'si"nit ..{ I ,

J Enzros-ing! 'ir.p' . 2 50 2 (r,.f l5 llifj-c diri 2 a tI"JIJ-n111)I. t --fll 'n&ull: t5. ir .Iilltk", 'I liic i aijd 1 ('ravat', CVILim.. c l'/red I and I V 'Jj..I11, tb latr-t i'nprovt-mf-nf Dcnt-; Months after dii J. ha'l present my ThaI act Solo Proprietor

Silver Ex. IWd-rf . 2o9; 2 d., o": n.intertrl 1'y z\\r.r; me' a ('11. :.-< all) 0},<: nUr.o :ar- ,uhit: Ki-1 i and I H.Ilk; Gl-m; '', !iik: pud !Ij'le Thread try. I tt, Tin:; (-,'.r..' 1,0l..f '1St t-th. cit .r ::* p'oi'ucinj! .J (fount and vonehersio the H,>n. Judge ot Probate !!I SCOYILd MEAD,

'* Siher IJl,1.Ex. Holden. Z 75 S do ticl)<* )li3vo. lx--i "d'i'1.! ; : '.!n..t t 'trar..] "itiiaeprtial ii-... '.1ji..- (.I111IId.: hlj" 1I.r Lit.l1I. Cwllrit'I puui: by the aid of a 1 looai; npj.Ii'-ili, : : "?), r. i lL. h ,;lIu-ist. } of Loon cHur.ty, &a executor <>f the estate of I No. Ill, Charters St. New Orleans,

Mammoth f W 4 do! Joe i irv to ts-iraLILti'-i} \"> 'l.i-1 i.irktt. Silk II.uidkr"hiefIirotvri: and.ll'a'tttflJ, :* : !L.#i!.> in al'/I j | !in.mii" :uTifii.il, fie' Zi: (.: riiisturc to the par t. John Ct", deceased! htte? of said cor.ntv, and ak to :! General Wholesale agent for the Southern States, i

leviathan C 2.* 5 dodo bcl lv 1K;<.. ly 12 Thn-ad J and Mailn.j; j II"-i.tc., ., A;. CALL AND until I fjllv- l-nunib'd. 2d. Tl.. imrr.ediiti"-i-.crtifn ofa he '!i4eijarel. TU.05. J. I ROBERTS, EitV. whom all orders must be addressed.

BUY. T'n'l-.rary| "" Outta IVrclin whicliin Lc April IS, '57. l*>-<5n Sold k E. Barnard. Jr. Mile i
Ames
Fountain Pen Gobi Dcik H"jld.T. 3 75 3MaraVUi ] by Lively.
THROUGH IN 48 HOURS f kt..I'r 1'. J ; :. .j nilh <' JJ'JT1.! and! ('a.-( till th' GI.ITS.rc fullvprfptiro .
oi io I Worn -- ---------- Nash d Co.. Tallahassee, Fla. ; J. S. M. Paviscn:

IxivFn Gld Pen ('1.1 DeTc !HoVr 4 C 25 5 dodo -' - ,V ) fr a ]1..rrJIlllt."t Set ; then in.rt.1] on Livery and Sale Stable. Quincy ; Gardner d Mills, Newport ; W. T. Carpenter
that .h" itif-'l c.ill-'l"! ,tttI! '. 1 Go.-I uiii'-h
; : j-Lvi : 'I; ; arc d. Co Wankeenah d Pore, Madison
Gothic Silver Case and) Gold J'.n. 3 75 Z I Nails ; Moselv
so inurh worn and n-lin'rcd; : fir bt-iuty.rtter.jih: andpcrffft n unders) : nod Monticello. S. Pu1ulen. Mcntifelle
3Iam oth Go'ic Silv'r Ca 4 G'ld Pen C 25 5 .Li w'y': 1 ; gives no- d.A : Palmer 4 Bro.

Gold Tooth Pick; . .. 250 2 dodo I / W i KEGS of aom: t.V1 NAILS f..r ,al( in lot-, leitilin,..f". tic\ that I he has pnr- lfST\ 1\ W. Rogers __
.. 4' and Ear Pick . ? .5 3 4-i I. \JJ to C\'!! iiuiih.Vii.iii at reduced "r!,'* '. by : )lay. :)1, IsSii.. 2-: V 7 -trr_V tbasetl th? Livery Stable (if-_ 1 on, Marianna ; Nicholson tfc Zeiiler i Dainl.ridg.O..
I -- -- ---- -- --- --- -
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Gold Wai. Key, To'th Pick; A Pen 3 75 8 ,1" J.C.EIJN.. \\ illiam H. (Wl'L'O Tallaiiassee, together with the j I D. II. Dickinson, Bainbridge ; E. SeiulI,Tbc.munlle-

Ladies' fiftH! Ptr.cil-! . . 2h 2 Milton and Chattahoochee 'I May 2.3, ':7. 21 \ Notice. (IM"I I will "f! the establishment, and that he is now j jprepared Ga.
_
.
_
. . . 375 3 d, -- -- I : to carry on the business in all its branche, February, 1S57. 8-1 jr
i .
4 ... .". . .. 500 4 do u. S. Mal i 1 Lino i I ) !: STATE OF FLORIDA. SIX months their} af-couiit r.ttf-r date and, the I vmicl un)>!era ci!!;to ued th-nillj Jl.ni.r-pre anti !promises the public with good accommodations i> -ADl..CS-- ---- -d--- -- Xs1ro1- -. -.- -
ILl his line on reasonable tenn
a-id) IVu. 6 25 5 dodo i ,
ubleJudi'e of Pioiiate: fir the CUI"I.f Gad-doi andnk
(;'.olll' Gld Cafs and 1'es..j W 6 omi-Wco3:1y-: ; J DICIAL KI.I1CTIOX. ; RICHARD SA )ERS. I TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA,
linal fi-t'lenient and I front the fidiii'iiUdation
: ; for a di-e-harcre -
*. MrnVb-57X-12 I do. and 1 10 I N. B-Jams T. Heiriug is my duly authorized :
50 10 1arc8.1Iiltml Tuesday's I'ridvy's, nl ,. (' Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
: '' of tli- "tati.of 'onieliii; I->ivrlih, tatc of eiJ e1
\f' warrant all or.r Gol IVus to be Diamond Pointed : !I a'{"nt., m..1 l has entire contn.1 of the bu;icees, repre [
c J'rlork. i
117.J(1jC.r '. !Ji,1 ciont"", ':('Na '1. ar-i'I .rdl" to Ir.w.
,and not utrrw'cd by any *-!t'il/Ii-ljtne-nt ill tb -.. .> I "!llil; nf as fully as if I was personally present I i 1& DRUGS AND MEDICIITES. HL
and l I..iel"crJ! Pen P'.noilxvortli WI-II Ch'ttffihoocJiec Tursdaifs nnd fintirdtnfs. : .JJIITJ1"l"f?. elf boiife ne>n. RICHARD SA'CXDERS.Sep. .
fctat'4 i, jou a T Instruments
: \ ). 11. l'XX.; I Perfumery Dyestuff, Surgical ,
1 \ ti )f ,
the nrrirnl! lu' .
Wt. aio 'eijt <.y.vith Gifts after (iff Xtcnmcr J/fr mApalarliirola I M I ERE AS tlj H.m. Win. A. Foi ,nl has ,, 6. ISfjC 36 J
jour nioucy rrl- y \\, : v. : r J : uly 4,1'7. :.-f"1II :' __ ___ t Spices, Snuff, Windows Glass, Paints
M-ortli from 50 r-ciits t' $I,Otj in (1,1(1 the ,""/.,'( from Tall/filmssec pigru-d tilt <.ni'- ; of Judge( ftll4: Circuit Ct.uit --. V -- Oils, Vanishes, Putty Manufactured Tobaoco

OOI.IJVAT<1II-- ,*>:.!> f.l'lM, AT VK-T: < IIAIV", I Fla., and Bainltr'ul (;a., i iI for the IL-iKtorti .JII.li, Circuit ; Therefore, mi tl<> Attachment. Notice.SIX I and Glass Ware, Patent Medicines,
I lion i! Il -n.1.J ordered to be held in tilt'" 'ev'rnI Courili Fine Pore Wines and Brandies
I Fine Soaps Tooth
(;'.Ai1 JxK.kx-t", Diamond I'iri. Carn'-o ntt, Gold IX GOOD TWO-HOUSE HACK! month after date, I shall present final ac
I (;s couiposincf the Eastern Circuit I, on ilfii-Liy, the : Edward Barniid, Jr.. ) In JtMie-es Conrt for th: i[ my I and Hair Brushes for Medicinal,
,
Stud, t 1-z.; I5rca"t PiLe Silver.: Fruit tail Ii i .l'II I IS Jrw i is now in first rate order.) The whale: 5th day of October, proximo for one Judge to fill the : r.'. v Second District of Lou Co., ;> tud vouchers to the Hon.Judge Probate Paint Brushes Fancy Articles, purposes
Cake Bt-ht3. Silver Gobi--ts.i-e. Tor Jefferron county, ns admiai-trator of the estate of
SNx-k has bf'-n renewed, with new ami c"infr.table uuexpired tviin. i NL.a".lnitC'l ) Attachment for -22 38.100 i irI Garden Seed Fine Havana
t(;1 X1'()/ \1--A ()i.vi; I Hack Til- Iri\ei are careful. 8..1,er and ai Avl"; It. Lord, late of said county, deceased, and ask Segars.
-Judges f Piobntc. in tho several couiitiof ,
( IIK: defendant and all others interested, are hereby j for from said They hare recently rseeired a Large and Pruff
Now i is the time and here is tbe chance to make I I c(1mmMJatinr. A libt'ral allowance of baggage allowed : !aM Circuit will lake Hue notice hereof and inakt- the I X. ii'itiiied of t th'! (..nIUlt.'U<('nlfort of this suit, ; a discharge administratorship.Wil.. R. LORD Admt'r. supply of every variety of articles! usually kept bj

?1.000_ 2OIO-t"/JlJf->!/;()' I to each pn cngor : rtttirns to the tlii-c of the Secretary of State in the I rr-tuni.ib'c',: to u Jiistice-'n i Court to be held lit Tallnl.a April 11, ';;. 15-6ra druggists. Planters and Physicians will always find

I mimer prcstriU-d by law. see- 12th day of October, A. D. 1857, anti to appear i; at this establishment a fall supply 1 cTerythiug nee
in the sale of Gold PetJ Jewelry per J'car AGENTS : V Iu testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my h-nd) i and plead to the same. : ded and on the moat liberal terra

I We offer a Lilx-ral commi *5on to Jyxial arid l Trav.* At Milton, JAM. A. ( ;t.trpic, and l caul'f.d! to r>e afh'sed the great seal of the Given nnd.r my band and seal this 21th dav of | Notice.ALL Orders from the Country promplj filled aDd&tiala

thug; Agents and give them Credit on One Half till GeneTa Ala., W. D. M IWt, Stite. Done at the Capitol in the city of Talla- JulyA.D.lI'57. tion guaranteed with regard both prICes and quail

I wld..A light and agreeable business, and above all Campbelton, J. W. Sunn, I bru. e, this Olst day of July A. D. IS;,.. EDWARD WEST [u s..J] I persons il. Townsend having demands late of against Leon the estate, deceased of ty. Physician's prescriptionarefully compounded.Also .
wanted all county
A good paling'u.iJ Agents in parts JAMES E.BROOME. Governor. Justice of the Peace. fluid EatneoC Buchn
}brianlJ3Y., NICHOLS! I I I ,Eppmg's compound
Lot will take notice that they must them
( f the A Catnlouge containing a of present
country. Attest: .
;
CliattHrHKxjhec D. COIAOX.Passengers July 25, 185 tO3niNotice. { Jan 5, 18516sInsolvent
Goods witli full Explanation of terms to Agents will I F. I. Viu.ipir.t-n, Secretary of SUitc.I I 10 the trndi-rsigaed duly authenticated within the time .
be taken through with certainty,
\ can --- --- -'- --- ----- ----- !
l IIC hcnton apl'1ic. ti'n,frcc. All orders will be prompt. 'I security and with comfort. I All the pipers in the Eiatcin: Judicial Circuit will prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in bar
and thofc mail I of their recovery ; and all persons indebted to said Estate Notice.STATE .
attended *
ly I *, sending up money by i EO. D. FISHER, ;I publish till day ofelection.A'iu"t1IS57. V
will receive eueb g'lOfIII l as th<;y order by the return Proprietor aud Contractor. I "A Months after date, the undersigned, adminis- .! estate are hereby notified to make immediate pay OF FLORIDA )
mail with the Gifts enclosed in the packages. : SIX. of the of A. Itezeau deceased ment thereof to the undersigned.LYMAN. JEFFERSON COU3TTY. f
or cxprcts, i MayO,7>7. l-tf ---- --------- -- -- -- -'-- ( Into Mary ,
Addrc% all order toNEIRICK --' lato of Leon (0'11'1 y. will present th firma! Recounts and SMITH, Admt'r.Augu4 H. ANDREWS sheriff and administrator

BHSTOX A DEAN : &c For Sale, vm.cVi- 11... HoiioiaM.-[ Jiiilg- of Probate of aid 29, 185. 85-8 WM. officio of the estate of David Woolf late of

S35 Broadway, N. Y. ;; Valuable Plantations, ,, A \".>.::AI.I.F.: }Pt A-, .\!UN IN IHi: COl' "\, F f.A. county' and. nti to I).. dihnrd. -- Jefferson conofy, deceased baa filed in the Probate

N. B.-Gold rus rc.poilltoj in uptrior manlier. THOMAS( J. PEIIKINS. Admfr. office of Jefferson written that
1
county. suggestion
I FOR SALE. I % i 7 I ILL I !1. "I.Id t 1.i".lt"P.Ittlaat! fine rl-mtatiou: !) Notice.SIX
Knclt e tlie 1'cn.au'i thirty-nine cents in 1' O. Stamps, I I T known as I ti-! > /'ir/Y/jj I'/'/'(,' fi>; n:':rlyoVMd July 2 5. 1 S.r,7.! ?.06rnVermifuges he believes the estate of David Woolfe to be insolvent

nn>l the Pen will be reported ind returned j 1rJt-paitJ. r"I"H E undTtigr.fd i! Exccuiors[ ol John Whilchcad! I I.: C-)! livi): I Harrow: a'J.IIIOW I bv J>i\an 1 ---- -- -- '-- -- --- Months after date the undersigned administra There. notice; is given to all persons baring

July 4,'Cl7. 27-. m ._ i i.JL lat(: of 1 15-Jike: c).niv, cccia! -. <.:Tril !priv.-.to ('1'0'1.111. ,1,1- t< :a 11.ikV! t L. i T I -_. -- '- -- ---- --- i 'until the tint Ti.c"lay j in 5 DECEMBER ':()0.1, ; pli'.titritioi: fiiUiiiJ! ''wut..li1tlldrl'.1 I Acroa "of lat:. of Gaden! county, will present her final account with the Judge of Probate of said county on or before

Surgical Infirmary for Ne- } tin* following t.f'I.r\! vix : A I l'l.ntati"i; in Bur!.- ; J.'.11,1, the! gr"-iittr p'lit "f tthi''h: i I.-, i-fju.il to any land !I I ItJi'/'A DOZEN) 1'alm, '-toeks Veinufage 0 I t., the Judge of Probate of said county and ask tobel'ehmargcd. the 12th day of December next, when there will

I county on B'inrv Gi.t; c""I" ;, i:<-.ir Ki\ti"i Pondad- :in F'ii !I.. '1 11.cra.l, tr/r'v.; <,: f'-Mli-'ti bi.iidi : I J McLaniM! ( MARY D. O. SIBLEY Admfx. be a p-o-rata distribution of the funds belonging to

G ROES.TIlE J I j.-iiiioir: J"J.i: I B Whjli! ( :t't. M. I P. (;".-';r., Jt Jd! "tli'rsnLuaji3jj ,, i'd :ttli-4 ..fr f ;I,''u !I.iud I. i-.inl" I the ri't.ti'ki: :;: (liu..i;!) t tii.i-i ::C J.iji.u T..nc": I June: '.'O, '''. 25-6m said estate, amongst the creditors thereof: at which

j 17' '} act'14.'-I ; or \I"/lq. oak :u-l !!.i<'k- rv.' !b'i'I' Jacliidiii'-}I I l.iii.oijiiaiility j m of very ?aj" I i i.j.IiIi.J.. l ,t Jl I'VirDead Slim f.rror"3., ------ ----- -- time the said William II. Andrews will apply frr his

uodcrsigne l \' bad frequent anj.licalions) of \\bici! there ai c f.oO' a'-iL5, of frc !:1 cltamd L-unl, :yet 1 t.. <:'i.Mr. 'llllJ inij,; !VUV. 1 Ill "lIb!" MI-, v.-i-y tf.w!-adv 21 I Stn-rgs SO Vermifiisje-' 11:1;: .fowder, Notice.SIX final discharge from the administration of said estate.
receive patients from various poi lions of the 1 ; forest Land. 'fl.,: )Plaiitation S lUlll!:!I, .. i r :, --_ n. I ACE
well;; timbtrc-l THOMAS J. CII
V ,
i and 700 f>I .-liii./ h'>'ia"', :c '"' ''!',a: !t'i4! t tV. r r>b- ,Iti'Flt. :.-- 1.'It' !I..d| I '
country. for the treatment of Surgicbl and Chronic ; ig wtll mid in 1 ... AMES: .t LIVELY. months fitter uuC? t tbe! undersigned nI1miu strlt of Probate
; impro\ed good .r'J-r-I.avin .'I Judge
Diseases, and being convinced that an Institutionfounded ; ( a ; er.o I r.'i',.'. ..'. J ::'! I'I!'.... "j '\ : .f" .:t i *
large, commodious and! now Dwelling on it-thein- Uniii V ti 1,1,1. ,nd two .\jJI 11 :;'j.; 15 I t r of the estate James VTt Stracg3: deceascxl, March 7, '57. 10-9m
f.jr "il
upon proper ba is and conducted in such a "11'; .i' u11t :: y.jn.
i ter rcidiicc .f 11au.d. Two ai.d) a h-tlf: miles: t II.I I late of OaJsiIen will Lid final accounts
present
( county,
manner as to prove conducive to tho intercut of pat I V witli 1'ifcrf-r' fpun.l.it.-'it 1-.1': :. .1 ht I'blt:1ti"i.11: : ; .ffiiio I K. Wilson. CVnl L.

Tong, would be of public utility, have jointly openedan !!! Kavanuali ly fioni Grecn'o! Railroail.! Cut Jstali'-n, on the Au 'ista and IK- <
Infirmary: nnd are now ready to receive patients' : lIyuall.lIw InW.'Iw'r; : { on llir, pi ,.:\-. Piiutiaatisiill \t if., V, illi.u-i V;. Wi.; :,:. r.uJCoin'liiM I discharged therefrom. '
from any 1'01 ti11 of the country. -ALSO- 1 apply to tin und'-rM;iiL'd in THUnha aCf. :i : Wilson liv. \\ iiiiain;; ,. E. S. SHEPARD, Adin f WELCH: i GRIFFITH'S, and HOE A CO'S

One of the b<*st nnd most commodious bou.es ]ha A well iinprovi-1 Pl.iiilatiori "n Lake Jackson, in \V. CALL. \\'. Wilson: her >i'-\t !Jiiend, I _July. _4, 1857. 27GmNotice. Saws, (rom 42 to 0 i inches size eon-

been iccurod tor the purpoj-c-hituate-d on comer of Middle! Florida, about four miles; from TallahuFncc, I July 25, )11;,7. .';.}- if t'. ..1 _._ stantly for sale at a coxmiwion, oo mannfflclow's

Price aud Charlton: streets, near the Savlj, Albany .1 ;I coutiiiuiiig 17UO' acrc-h more or Ie!.-, hauiniock; : land Jobn.M' | tia,: Ii. 1 llx't.rfWil: !. In Chanc.'iy-In I prices, by D. LADD.

Gull n. It. Depot j I -a conciih-iable poiti--n( of which is now under) g' dcullivation. Notice. him \\ 11'11 .',.-!.. i ,01. WiJiiimW !, Ih.rI'tit'l'lJurt: ( Newport, December 20, 1836. 61. I

Nurses ol tha best clnractcr: have bciii ernplojod, Outtoii.) Lciidvr I ; HJI: and ('ncuit of SIX Months after date the undersigned
i -\1-)0- I 1 LL "II'I no of t Ilic j lic.-t j Pino Liiud pbif-e-s I II ;in : f fri"dl dminittrl1.1 William Administrator of
who will be under immediate J\V of the estate of Lewis M. Saunders, Budd
our pup.n'ilOu-so j Julia A. I ll.iil: )his wife Flnida.LeonCo.igiraml .
,
I I .1 i i ii xlii: fiiunly, tnixfl I with i oak: alit I hickory, : : and in his
that planters may be assured that ttieirier-ants will 250( n rII. moi or Iff-s, of Pine Land,adjoining the, I D. late of Leon county will made his final exhibit to W. C. Miller, deceased,
,
;
d.-., containing I P(I tiiic i with I I ;good I nud fauflicient i t IiI I Mny ilungT of his
and in wife
receive Ricljiivi.'l Bath! in Richmond im1 the Judge of Probate ofsaid and ask to be own right right
every necessary j.tlenlion.Being : tract, county, with tie, to I lie H.-ime. Tliii, haul in bucf-J on marl nimil clay I hn wife, NaomiV. Dutfon a county, Law of Elizabeth
: connected with .SAVANNAH MEDICAL 1 provcmcnU. I minor, William, .\lill' discharged. JOSEPH B. -CHRISTIE Admt'r as heirs at
and is <;x".II"lIt) fur |Jung Staple( Cotton, Corn, lev., uhandi.ciint lI'nry1r. Miller deceased In Chancery
,
COLLEGE;, we naturally feel Lriat interest in -ALSO- : Hcttlcincnt dwelling houtc nnd ucccssury ttr, ltoetta Elizabeth Me Alistcr, A prill 857- 16-em In Madison Circuit -

the young men of the class nnd will, duiing the winter A Lot nt Richmond, B.ith, with a CUIII(."table mid I out hoiiiie-H, amid coiiHluut water. I have seventeen Laura K.: McAlistor. a minor, -- John L Miller r*Administrator of Court.

operate upon INiiIGErVIIITms.. fiom a dibtnuce, I neat tingle; I story welling and convenient ouLIIOIIISCI'! acicri in cotton which I will let go with Iho place if and Adelia Bertha Wilson. _, India Rubber Packing. Elizabeth Miller deceased Al-
before the class free of charge-they beiug required I ku"wlIlllic Hou- and 1.. I hiinilrcd of npnaring to the Court by affidavit made nnd
Trowbiiilge ri-qniicd, two acit-s land tile timber has IT FNDIA Rubber Packing, of all thicknesses, from 3 exander P. Miller, Thomas J. .
only to pay board. j If n<'t previously di-9]'o8t>d of the liurkc( Plantation: been killed ou about two jcais, logs cut nod hcuped, filed in this cause, that all the above named defendants J1C to J inch, constantly on hand at D. LADD Miller Elizabeth C. Milller and

TERMS: i will be bold at Wayncsboru', arid! the*FJorida J'lautu- I j and tioO rails split to enclose the same. ThU oxci-pt John McDougall, reside beyonil the Newport Oct. 18, I860. 42 Win.J. Miller.

Board ten dollars per month. Medical attention I tiou at Tallahassee! at public outcry, on the'*tTuesday j place is adjoining a large body of good hummock jurisdiction of this. Court, and beyond the limits of -- .
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and Surgicil operations will be charged nt the regular in December net Terms liberal. For land that can be bought on" good tcrnm. Any sin this Klate, but within the United States ; It ordered, V- f T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court

rates of the city. further! information, apply to JOHN R. WHITEHEAD wishing information will pitted: uddre mo ut pen Tiutemiggee That said defendants, William W. DuttoruJ.eanderG. Burning Fluid. JL Alexander P.Miller, Thomas J.Miller, Elizabeth.
the
W. O. BULLOCH, M. I). personally nt Bath, or by letter, addressed Post ollice, Columbia coi.nty E. .:. Hall mid! Julia A. Ball, hU wife, flRlunger A SUPERIOR QUALITY received and C. Miller and Wm.J. Miller ate non-residents of

URIAH UARRISS, M. D. to him at Bcrzclia Columbia county. C. II. W. COLLINH. and Mary D. Mungcr his.; wife, Naomi W. Dutton a O for sale by AMES i LIVELY. State Florida:

Se-pt. 19, 1857. C8 THOMAS M. BERUIEN, August 22, 1857.; 3-' \V minor, William Henry deAlil'ter. Rosetta Elizabeth January 31, 1857. 5InsolventEstate It is therefore ordered, that said defendants appeL'to ;
__ and answer plead or demur to said Bill,oo or before
JOHN IL WHl1'ElmAD, --- --- -- -- -- ---.4-- McAhstrr. Laura E. McAlieter, a minor, and AdtliaBatha
"PLANTATION FOR SALE. CHARLES W. WEST k Exfrs. Notice Wilson, appear and nnswor the Bill filed in the first Monday in November next. otHerwua

THOMAS W. NEALY, this cause on or before tie first Monday in December Notice.State the Bill shall be taken as confessed against them.
WILL sell on the first Monday in December next, otherwise And it is further ordered, That a copy of this order
I August 22, J857. 34-tds next ; ihe complainants' bill shall be taken
before the Court-Louse door ;io the of Talla- of administration having been granted Tallahassee
city rElTKKS as confessed : PftJ1J dtd, That this order be of Florida ) be published in a newspaper printed m
---- -- -- published
Iiassee the Plantation to the estate of Dr. (he 3d 1855 the Months. Passed
day
belonging September by once a.week for four months tIt, said Rule Jefferson county. Florida, once a week for four
James Whitehead. This place is four miles North of Attachment; lion. Judge of Probate for tho county of Leon, State Day in Dece'mber, in }preceding in ., "'XT}! J. CLAYTON, administrator, of the estate at Chambers this 8th day of June, 1857.

Tttllhass! on Lake Jackson, it containing twenty- of :Florida, on the estate of Simon Partridgelato o? the City of Tallahassee.some nuspapcr published Joseph W.Clayton, late Jefferson county WATLES BAKER Judge. .

.two((22,00)) hundred acres of best quality Oak and Thomas White ) In Justices Court for the Sect said county.deceased, ull debts nod demands of whatsoever Orderr-d at CIIAUBCEH Urn seventeenth of deceased, has filed in the Probate office of Jefferson June 13, '6'1' U-4m

Hickory land about one-half cleared and under cultivation v ond District of Leon County nature against the estate of said Simon Par. A. D., 1857. J. WAYLES BAKEtt day July, county, n written suggestion that )be believes Ihe estate -

the balance in woods. The improvements Nathaniel White. ) Dcbf' $21 24 tridge, deceased, which) filial! not be exhibited to JW July 18, 1857. 29-1 Judge. I Joseph W. Clayton, to be insolvent.

good. THE defendant nnd all others are hereby notified ns administrator uforusaid, within' two yearn ns prociibcd -.---- ------- - Thereupon, notice is given to all persons baying Notice.
Comfortable Dwelling and all!!necessary out bouses, the commencement of thin suit returnable to u by the statute of the Stato of Florida.'in such -------- claims against said estate to appear and file the same uodersigned. Executor of the last Will ard

Gin House, Screw, Barns, Coin Houses. Overseer's .Jcstice's Court, to be held at Tallahassee on the 12theJaVof ease made and provided shall forever afterward bo Notice.SIX with the Judge of Probate of said county on or before THE of William Gonman deceased, tate or

bouse,and Cabius to accommodate one hundred negroes October, A. D. 1857, and to appear aud plead barred ; and notice i ia hereby given In all creditors, : months after date, the undersigned executor the 5th day of March next, when there will be a Oadsden county gives notice to all perscna bavin

all framed and in good repair. Persons wishingto V tithe same. legates aod persona entitled to distribution that th!ir : the estate of Thomas Reynolds', deceased, )late pro rain distribution the funds belonging to said claims or deraaoels against i said *st&je to. present

eramioa tbo place WIU apply th14r.,U. M. Orcen : Given under my band aud seal this 24th day of claims aud ueuiauda will be barred Itt the expiration of Leon county will present his final accounts and estate, nmongat the creditors thereof; at which! time them, p op rlj authenticated, within the time pre-

ou the preoUes. Terms nude rtoi.D on t thejlay.oisal of July, A. D!- 1857. of the period aforesaid, unless exhibited within the vouchers to the lion.Judge Probate of said county tho aid Wm. J, Clayton. will apply for his final discharge lCfi by'law,or they.wfll N barred ; and afll t to**

*. -'at ,k'EDWARD M. WEST, [jn. i.fl4 .] same and this notice will be plead IH bar thereof. and ask to be disalmrged from the administration ot said estaU. Indebted requested to make paymeo& flfl5dtatI'i.Vly .

JOllY D. WIIITEHEAD 'Ext' ?: { '.- .v*'* Justice of the Pence. JOHN G. POWELL, Admt'r. JESSE AVERTIT, .Executor. THOMAS J. CHACE Judge of Probate.- RQBE.RT GORMAN. '. ".

Se ek.,1857. [Seiil'tapy, "". July 25V1857.*- n TJO-Siu Sept., ISr.1 36-Sm Sept. 12, 186737em Sept 51867.38iia .August 15. 1867.'q' ., U-s. :.


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