The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 31, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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yrofrssioiml (arbs. Life Now-a-Days. was Tiavers. Seeing him in the vicinity at company beheld Alice for the first time since j dorrfinmion over their hearts and strt/gglfng dale! and Alee! entered ;the,Chnrcfy: approach'

Life i ill )!lut a Ipan-of horses ; such a tinle, his suspicions! were nrititraliycxciteu the fatal morning ho hflti! .t met her at MadamDe with! pride for the ascendancy. The calmness I j ed the sacred altar and wero tfaited fn the!
TILES One is Age," the other Prin-," :and he co'iijecldred immediately that Turnelle's, but hoR c'llanged she WlS.- of their external appearance could not 'I holy bands: of matrimony. Alice looked surpassingly -

HASH & CO., Up.'and(;Jo in lown ponies""make the hill our course tiim-is; ." he had followed Villiers with some design.He .- The bright blush of health had forsaken hrrlo'ely bi-tr.iy the tumult that was raging their bosoms. ',, lovely in her simple dress of purn .

UEAIiBItS lA' your therefore confronted Travers and said.' I countenance and she looked like a He finally invited her to promenade whiuA single rose was the only ornament
p Boyhood plies the whip of pleasure j Ho, m' taan whdt here ?" marble hair! dffd after receiving the fl!. !
: Youthful brings you statue. Her beautiful features; however with hi Hi i in the piazza. She consented and in her ; congr
DRUGS, 3 PANTS, Manhood goads folly them giveslie at his MroVe leisure;=' 'Tis for myself td kiidwj sir," cjuickly I ; Cttra'cti'tl!! universal attention. The cer. they for some time engaged in a tame con la'ions! of their' numerous friends they repaired

Jf 01LSTTTOULD I Let '('m rip," th y'fc laugh us oak." responded Travers. I einony concluded, the party proceeded to versation. At length Langsdale remarked, I to the carriage, and two hours after t
MEDICINES, Hi, j'a! ,t there,1' the stakes we'll pocket What, sir!" and Hargrave's impetuous I dance, and as soon as Augustas: could conveniently I understand that Miss Harrington has dis. were hurrying from their home,accompaniedby ) t tI
.. inform their fril'Ddllllud the puLlic.th To the wind ]let care be pent; spirit was instantly aroused, Do you dare I leave Miss Walters he hurried to carded Rivers on account of some remark: he Mrs. Villiers to spend their honeymoeif
\\ they have ou Land a good aMoitment of u. Time 2.40. .. Whip in stx-kct, to answer me thus I now, sir, I have !Jo! g the dde cf Mrs. Villiers. He felt that com made and which she would not allow him to with friends in Alabama. "
f article! a' are generally kept in tlicir line of businvf, give 'cm slung and let \>mwent.." wanted to meet you. Say, t hae you spirit I mon politene'sS if no deeper feeling demandedthat explain." I -

and' will shall be be receiving reasonable.resularly fresh euppliee.! Theii On..the unny road to fifty, enough to resent an insult! !" he should shb'\v: same attention to Mrs. Yes, 'tis but too true. 'Tis !indeed larrien- Twas a calm beautiful summer night-
term TaUabaS8t.APfh 9tb 1858- i 4. Prime" is drdfhed i in Lethe's- stream; The consummate \illian fixed his cold Villiers and her daughter, and although itrequirl.'rJ table for I hey wereery fond of each other I The moon in all her silvery brightness ,was
"Ace" is left
--- lame, old, unthrifty, steady Hargruve, and with a slightcur effort and t o'er the arched dome of thi* terrestrial -
Life then bore gaze upon a great on his part! still he have loved from childhood.! careering
Dr.: Miles H. Nash, proves a one t lIm.It' -! of the lip replied, determined: to do what his conscience dicta. How foolish it is to let a light word seVeN I vault," whose playful beams,'dancingo'er

orrtns: HIS rtorEssiosAi.SERVICES TO Tit!:CfltZkNS br -Keels'-Fe Jogs and ou blackens, grows in quite his un-loailv. Be patient! !Mr. Hargrave, I will bide I Imy ted as just and proper. He therefore approached two losing hearts, when, everything! could I the waves as they washed the s .vgirtshore"
TALLAHA88EK ASP 8rKROI DlJGCOUNTRY. Kicks the hu<'k't" always! pace ready; time. With you I will settle upon any I Mrs. Villiers and extending his be satisfaclorily: explained opportunity were I of Sullivan's Ishnd, gave to the (beholder -
with Dr. M. Nasli.imtnediately east of the Gives ; tci ,ins but with two I hand said \ I (lb Men of a vast sea of sjlfr'ef'sheen':
it dear
OFFICE up"-Death wins the race. you may propose your My madam, allow ne to granted: Alice felt that ihe remark was ;
1865. SO_ frir-nds, I shall use my own ,means; but I congratulate 'ou upon the prospect of havingan applicable to their own caseand for a moment with rid noise save the go n tie ripple as (anneilbj'
-May 19 n rittC11 for the Floridian dc Journal. know, sir: that the hour for vengeance is at nmiablo and affectionate "dan"hter-iu. forgetting herself re'plJeti,' Cdrrie airy zephyr, it minl s... its, spund
MEDICAL NOTICE. II The Estrangement haud, and "- I law." 0 !. Yes, Mr. Ldngsdnle, a foolish word or I with the soft rrfoaning cry of the night gull.

0- ['';JO.\CLVDEI] You base scoundrel" gapped: Hargrave "Thank, you, :\f 1'. Langsdale; I hope thatit act may !separate! hearts that love more fondly Look ye down the sandy beach, and you
Drs. Robertson & Bond I CllArTER X. as he rushed upon him, but he was restrained will be for their mutual benefitf'"it : then than before, and cause a life of misery, 'I will there see a manly form with a fair being

farmed a co parlneibliip) ill the )piuctic< by Dr. Marchand and Langsdale. must be so, madam. Where t\-o young anguish! and sorrow whereas a singlo sentence resting: npan !his arm. Time has done his
HAVING profession, offer their bcr\ice? t., the cit But, reader, we will\\ give wing to time and Come, Hargratt; sd!! Augustus, "do I and loving hearts are united, happiness must if allowed would ward off this terrible( :: work in some respects. Tho silver stnttute
iscas riillahajstfo and surrounding country. in\itt:? you to look into thf Aster! llfciise! ; New not longer, talk with that villain ; he i is i an I be the result." sum r'lIg and bring joy and sunshine to a ds-:: I here and there scattered in I iho hair of the "
rse Ofiice over the Store lately occupied by Bet York, and sec Langsdale as he star.ds entitled to the that have rolled over;
tcrtit I upon object justly loathing, scorn Yes ; I believe that Julian and Gerald traded heart. Augustus was astounded.He .- gentkmnauiprpve years
Feb.IJiirgs.28!, ':'7 9).tf j I the steps smoking his cigar. How altereda and contempt of every honorable man." are very sincerely attached. Gerald his !improved had of Into conceived that Alice had I that head, and time has left the never-failing .
--- deathlike [pallor has o'erspread his counte Yes, sir," responded Travers, aid you in appearance wonderfully since I I ceased: to care for him, bat fueling his folly, !, eviJonces of his noiseles ceaseless( march.-: '
E. BAKNARD Jr. nance. What ravage grief has: made upon will answer for thai rrhen I see ft Id call met her last sun.mer. She always was he seized her hand and said, Yet still the features are the same-the proud

WILL CONTINUE: TilE his manly person. He has this day receiveda I you to an acnoun'!. .I I hate been cri yo'ur handsdr.ie, but t here at home her beauty appears Arid dear Alice, can I yet hope for a renewal step, thq missive and expansive brow% hue 1
letter from St. Julian stating that Alice track ever since, and, sir, joii are victim to lie mdrc daitling! lhan cter." of your love ? Will you pardon and clear deep eye, are all recognizable. The t
". DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS and his mother HOW understand and had forgiven marked and allotted by me to answer for Yes, she looks charming." At this moment forget my strange inconsistency, and forgive lady, too, though looking older, is still !beau- !
r tr: AT THE OLD STAXD, 81UX\: all, but no word of hope was expressed. your misdeeds." .Dr. Marchand approached flnd Augustus my foolish prejudice ? Will you again receive tiful. The bright sunny smile;the. jeity tfa- i'
Julian had imparted to Alice all the circumstances Dr. Marchnnd lost all control of himself proceeded to where Alice was seated. She mo as the lover who once lived under vy hair the elastic and graceful step* ihu "

OF TilE MORTARS connected with the unfortunate affair and releasing Hargrave, sprang like a tiger was conversing with Hargrave, who, as soon the Ciuiriy smiles of your happy face ?t" They I symmetrical form-all is still there aJ It vVas( 5 a
and she quickiy perceived that it had resulted 1 just let loose from the coils and bore Traversto as Larj fidal: lk came up retired. i I had reached the farther end of the piazza and in our Alice of yore. Butte_ will( listen to
through a mistake and said, ''Oh brother, [ the earth. Travers dexterously {got his Miss Alice, I meet you with pleasure and ; were there alone and unobserved. She fondly the conversation: which is engaging them.
Corner of Cliuton 19, 1856.and ilonroe!i iCoPartnetshi stt c its,Tallahassee. write to him, tell him to come to me, and"-I hand insido of his vest, and drawing a dirk hope thatj'ou are enjoying your usual health," ;I replied, Dear Augustus, you should feel flattered/ ,1

-January- 0 ___ __ __ 0 ___ "No, Alice ; Gus has said that his pride was bout to strike Marchand, when March- Thank you, Mr. Langsdale ; I am in usual :I Oh; yes, Augustus; I cnh again be hap by this evidence of the confidence of your
Ubtice. would admit of no more advances on his part, caught his hand and wresting: the dagger health and hope that you have been ",d'!'." :i py. You have wronged me in no way.Twas .- fellow citizens. They have applied to you
THE undersigned bah this day entered into n co- though unhappy, "you will, my sister, let from his hand plunged it deep into the villians This was said with an effort, but Alice had my own waywardness in not listening to be their candidate for tne next Congress. ,
I \' p ift thfe pride support you. side. Langsdale sprang forward and with determined to let Langsdale see that she too ta your explanation that has caused me this Sacrifice your love of retirement and go
WHOLESALE &, RETAIL Did Augustus say that, brother?" the assistance of Hargrave dragged March. could call pride to her assistance. She did unhappiness ; but let us return to the room where your country calls. If defeated, you J
nn UGB"D'SJNESS: : Yes, Alice, he did, but do not allow it to and from Travers. A crowd soon collected. not care to conceal her love from him for now, for my feelings will not allow me will have: nothing to repine at-if elected,
Under the name and style of cause you to harbor ill feeling towards him. I Travers was taken to the office of a physician she had already given him her whole heart, to dwell on this subject," and they enterednot I you will have the pleasure of knowing the

AMES &, LiVELY.! He is a warm friend to all of us." in the vicinity who pronounced the but she wished to show him that she! could with saddened countenances, but wit the high estimation in which your countrymen
No, brother I love him too dearly to wound not dangerous if care was taken. Ina sustain herself with pride as well as he. He I smile of happiness and joy beaming fram every hold you." '

will be pleased to see their friends cherish inimical feelings towards him ; but short time Travers spoke, and it was Immediately replied to her, Yes, Miss Alice, I have en- feature. That evening when Mrs. ViI. Co Well, dear Alice, I will consent to run,
at the old stand of D.II Ames, he will ice that I can summon piide to my I ascertained that he was wanderingin jo"ed'er)' good health. I presume you will liers proposed to Alice] to get into the car but if elected 'twill require a great effort. to
liTHEY they will keep a full and general aid as well as he," and the beautiful girl his mind, and from many expressionswhich return to Charleston with the bridal party." riage she replied, .I give up my present life retirement""

Articlesappertaiuingto their tossed her head haughtily.And escaped him while in this state of insensibility Yes, sir, that is my intention, Dr. and No, mother, brother and Gerald will be The election canto on and Langsdale was
i1e Cf bU8iucs M.I). H.LIVELY.H AMES, I thus was it that two young and loving It was beyond doubt apparent :. Mrs. M-uoIiand arc desirous of our remaining company enough for you, I will ride in the chosen by a large irtnjo'rity: < and would you ;' .
1,1856. 1 hearts were severed by the base machinations that his object in visiting'' that place was to and visiting some natural Curiosities in this buggy with Augustus. see him now go to the legislative hall of the i

""January": -------- of a vile gambler and murderer anda murder St. Julian. lie had, by a promiseof vicinity. 1 presume you intend returning to We will now look at some! ttf the olher country. See there a tall.welf! formed man, .;
JOHN R. LLOYD woman possessed of no virtue, who had freedom and after provision, bribed a servant Charleston." actors Jn this imperfect narrative. Madam his bah-? 11g1aLll gray and uriffianl eye, as ho .:
rJif A 1.1c't1.on.eer murdered a doating and affectionate husband. of Mrs. Marchand to adminL-ter a poison Gerald approached ana interrupted his re De Turrtdle proceeded to New Yok alter discourses upairvihe( affairs of a great nation. '
AND Can we contemplate the matter with any degree which he furnished her to St. Julian in some ply. Alice had in the afternoon requestedher her true character became known in Charleston : and you will see Augustus Lnngsdalc ; and I

of complacency Is not every feeling food, but his plans were frustrated. Dr. to com'} to her lelief conversation with and having committed a heinous crime, would you see him in the domestic circle, return -
COMMISSION MERCHANT, disgust and contempt in full possession of Marchand went voluntarily before a magis- Langsdale, as she felt that it would bo too was stnt to Sing Sing for ten years. Travers to Charleston. Tis a cold night ami
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. our hearts ? The bright, the beautiful the trate, gave bail for his appearance at court, great a trial to her feelings to sustain a conversation still! hovered about Charleston, but his dayof around a blazfng fire are four fine children,
July 19. 1856. 9-1y viituous rendered unhappy, the talented and and accompanied by Hargravo proceeded to of any length with Langsdale. Ge- reckoning came. February had again three girls and a boy. The boy is the eldest
-- -- gifted bereft of even hope. Our indignationis I the plantation. rald remarked, Alice, brother requested me rolled around the month when the inhabitantsfrom and is just fourteen years of age. II r. Lar g-
E. H. BERRY, too great for expression, but we will leave having arrived at home, Marchand\ relatedto to say to you that he wishes to waltz with all parts of the State resorted to the dale is reading at a table a little distance
I Auctioneer and Commission these vile, disreputable wretches: for n\\IliJe St. Julian the occurrences above detitled. you;| and that" yon must not engage ycttrserf city'to witness the--ra'S On one occasion, from the fire place} while Mi.qeJs seated .beside
MERCHANT. and follow those characters more entitled to It; was, however, considered prudent to con for the next He will be disengaged: in a Travers, in passing Hargrave and Dr. Mar her yotirrg'est gfrl teaching her a 'Bible
our consideration. ceal it from the female portion of the (Iwo moment. chand, made some insulting remark to ]his lesson.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.Sept.29,1855.. 39 The time appointed for St. Julian's mar- families. The next day Marchand, accompanied Gerald with the foresight of woman, had companion in reference to Hargrave, and Lang-dale raises his eyes from the 'book his

riage was rapidly approaching. He wrote to "by St Julian and Hargrave proceeded whispered to her brother to waltz with Alice, spoke in such a manner as to make it evident perusing, and gazing fondiy rfpoit his wbft'.
S. S. KNIGHT, Augustus, informing him of the fact and reminding to the village and pissed the day with because she knew that Alice was enduringa that he intended It ta be beard try Hargraveand I said, Alice' dear to'rrfo'trortvilf( be the fifteenth

AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION MERCHANT him of his promise. Augustus wrote Langsdale. Ti aci-s had recovered his senses degree of mental torture more easily imagined his friend. Hargrave turned tfptfn him, anniversary of our marriage. I am
TALLAHASSEE, FLOEIDA. him that ho would be, at Mrs. Marchand's on and fearing that he may have made some than describe'd! Just then 4ho music but Marchand seizing tbe bridle of his horse thinking that Augustus is getting old enough

September, 865, 05 the 13th of April, the 15th being the time disclosures during the wandering of his mind, I began, and Marchand approached and led restrained him and said, Ilargrave.make to go from home to school, and in Januarynoxf
appointed. Accordingly Augustus arrived, he sent for Dr. Marchand and endeavored to Alice out. Angustus felt a pang sucji as he him answer at another time and place..!' I propose sending him to Virginia. He
i hiGh A. CORLEY, according to his promise, at a little villiage obtain from his actions or conversation some never expel ienced before. The party dis. Hargrave observed, Were I to challenge will be in the house with Julian and Gerald,

f Attorney at Law situated some six miles from the Marchand clue by which he might ascertain whether he persed and Augustus returned to the village. the villain he< would not fight, but I will try and at tho expiration of two years be can return -
plantation. The next morning .Dr. March had betrayed his intentions. Dr. Marchand The next night he parsed at a party given' to I him this night and give him a chance to prepared to enter Columbia College.-
TALLAUASS.EB, FLA. and rame into the villiage and called upon repaired to his presence and Travers affectedto the bride, and then bid adieu to his friends I challenge me, and if be does not do it, I will What say you, dearest,to the proposition ?"
: January 17, 1857. >8-lj Langsdale and endeavored, by every means be penitent and succeeded beyond his own I telling them that the next day he would sot cowhide and post hirn tomorrow." It will be hard Augustus, to part from
in his power to prevail upon him to go with expectations in exciting :Marchand'u sympa.I out for Cbailoston. Julian said to him, True to his word Hargrave: with Mar my only son, an'd rhSther too will miss her
f EICHAE3)ATTORNEY BRADFORD, him to his plantation, but Langsdale replied, I thy. Marchand returned to his lends; and Augustus, I shall go homo in a week and chand proceeded to a gambling house that favorite but he will be wftli rvIatTves solicitous -

1 AT LAW, I' Marchand, 'twill but increase both my misery told them of the transaction. St. Jiuiati remarked I you must come and see rayseif and wife fro- evenit g and found Travers there. *Ho approached concerning his future welfare, so'that 1
and her for to be situated ,
own me so as him the fear not for him. Whatever you think best
I auentlv. him an-l -touching upon
TALLAHASSEE, FLA to have to meet every day. I cannot go if believe & Julian I will often business !, for his future benefit will ever be thought so
Office in the Post Office Building.) I Eugene: you may you see proper Yes, come ; shoulder so as to attract his attention, in aloud I
( with you, this villian's of until late in and I will '. Gentlemen by me." ,
May 53, '67. 21 assumptions penitence, will detain me May ,as I voice said f. I pronouncethis
f'; _no But, Langsdnlc, you have acted foolish. but we who know him xvell will never trustor be admitted to practice next week, I will locate man Travers a low bred, vulgar scoundrel f And 'twas thus they lived to a good old
WILLIAM: SCOTT, ly. When Villiers, in his letter, assured you confide in him. He is a man who never myself before I leave the city. I design and cowardly cur, who would run from age, happy in themselves and hnppy TrT rtre'
I &'ijii@RNJ! AT LAW, of his sister's forgiveness, you should have forgets revenge." making a western tour this summer and will his own shadow." nobility and usefulness of their cliFMrcii!
MONTICELLO, FLA immediately hastened to her and resumed But 'tis useless, reader, to detain Vou Ion. probably be absent from Charleston until late Travers did not for a moment forget his Tailahtuice, Sept. i, IS5Y.
your former intimacy. 'Tis not too late even ger with a dry detail of occurrences which in September. Good bye"-he was gone coolness but calmly said -_-
t1ly30,18U. 80 tljan
now. Come home with me, see Alice and TilE CAPITOL WASHI>GTO.X.-Tbe extension .
may not be interesting to you, so will proceed and four days after was in Charleston.- And I made remark this
gentlemen, a
Benj F. Young be again happy. Gus, your health demandsit. to other matters which will tend to pro. Some two \vecks after this St. Julian and ,which overheardand of tho Capitol Washington i is on
Alice too is looking }badly; Any one duce a more pleasing effect. his bride with Alice.Dr. and Mrs. Marchand morning Mr. Hargrave an extensive and magnificent scale. The cost
& ,1)illill) Ja J1 3Li\w can see from yobr countenance the} inward Just before dark that evening the friendsset arrived. Parties were given and Augustuswas at call which it is appaienthe mark has his taken umbrage.I lie. of some of the items is given in the Washington .
ANDSOLICITOR mental torture that is preying his friend upon you to language. Union. The windows of the north anJsouth
upon you. out for Mrs.\ Marchand's\ plantation, whore compelled, through respect for
that I could induced
has be
frequently -
IN EQUITY Come, he ad\"jced-bc no longer estrang St. Julian and Gerald were to take upon to attend them. He saw Alice at all, danced, fronts,.81G50 each. Tue marble workmanship
ILL practice in the Court. of the Eastern Circuit ed." them those solemn and unalterable vow's conversed and sang with her ; but still no to meet a gentleman honorably. He on each side of the eastern front
W of Florida, and the Federal Court Eugene, lls over now. I cannot reconcile which God has ordained as necessary to hap words escaped either of them which could will now have an opportunity of knowingthat door-ways, $ .,076. The two figures of stat
he has surmised and also basely
(OFnCE AT CAnCSYILt*, ALAI tA: COCKTT.) my pride to make a second proposal." piness. 'T\vas then that Augustus felt his induce the other to believe that a reconciliation wrongly towards, uary to be placed} crver each door are estitrfci-
lied. him hut
REFERENCES: Pride the devil. Gus I Hargravo sprang ted $1,260. The d Jo'rs DTlJllio. and bearing
Why, never hardest moment lie would in a short time was desired. Marchand
Cm. J. J. Lecis, ) I could have believed that you could allow meet her in whom his very soul was wraptup "was "restrained continued by Travers I will and others bas.relief designs illustrative American his.
COL. J. D. AIKJC' )V Charletton, S. C. yourself to act so inconsiderate. I speakto the being whom he loved now more fondly not only tory, will cost#13OO for each wing. They
Fa & THOJC OX, ) CHAPTER XI. fight him but will kill hirn"-thcn turn-ng to are designed by Crl\ ford. It is the inten'-
*>ca you plainly, for two re'lSons-first, your than ever, but from whom ho allowed himself
Junc67.Dt. JAXEI S. JOXES 23, Tallahanee, Fla. happiness demands it, and secondly our old to be estranged by false pride ; he would be One evening Alice was dressing for a par a friend'he me-I said, "Mr.wish to Ludlow, please to accompany "- !; tion to have one executed at Munich, and the

friendship approves it. To speak candidly' compelled to converse with her, and his conversation ty. She turned to her Mother who was gazing see you privately and other for tho promotion of American art, in
, A. PERRY AMAKER, you are acting in a very silly manner." must now be so different from whatit fondly upon her rtttd said; and friend) bowing to the several parties he his this country. The dotfr oeiiiuig' from the
the saloon.
I cannot be Mother this will be the last party that I straightway quitted liargrave old h hall of the house of R 'rre d tl"es.lto'. ,
ATTORMBY &T LAWtTALLAHASSEE Eugene, say no more. agree had ever been before; this he felt to a and Marchand the hotel
FLA. with you ; but tellwne who am I to stand trial which would require bis entire energyto will attend. I cannot bo gay when nit heart proceeded to the corridor leading to the lie"v hall, will also
and from thence Marchand
I haveto accompaniedHargrave be of bronze bas.reI ief illustrative
with. bear under. within me is withered and broken. bearing designs
21, 1858. 20 up had
May to his residence.
With my cousin, Miss Walters, from Vir All things were prepared. llargrave had, meet Augustus at every party, and the ef. but few Iblri tes seated before They Mr., Ludlowwas been of American history, and will) it is es'-
EDWARD M. WEST. ginia. Gerald wanted Alice to stand, but with Dr. Marchand, gone down into the reception fort to appear calm in his presence is too a Ho timatcdcost $13,41designed by Randolph
Attorney and Counsellor at Law she refused upon the ground that she knew room, and was engaged in an animated much for me to endure. Hereafter my life announced.whom was a young man of Rogers. The statuary. intended for the eastern -
that she could not control her feelings sufficiently conversation with some male friends, must be one of seclusion. I know he lovesme fine family Travers was victimizing.He pediment of the north wing of the Capitol .

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. to go through so trying an ordeaL" when Alice, aacompanied by her mother, entered but 'tis vain to hope for a renewal of the entered and bowing" politely approached ], designed and modeled by'Mr. Crawford '
and said
April U. 1858. 14 Thank God. 1 feared that I should have the room. Dr. Marchand\ advanced pledges that once were given. I drove him Hargrave Mr. Hargrave I have it estimated will cost 816.269. For the design '
J. Peeler had to bear that trial too." towards them and conversed with them. Directly from me and would not listen to his exlanatlons the honor to"wait upon you as the friend of aud model of the Statue\ of Liberty intended

Anderson Well, Gus, I feel_ really, vexed that you Col. Walters, a brother c f Mrs. March and now, I am just'.y! punished for my Mr. Travers. to surmount the new domo of the Cap
Counsellor Law __ __.J 1'11.. 99way After the pleasure of a class of wine itol, !Mr. Crawford is receive
and at to 83,000thern
Attorney should persist in this obstinate coarse. : and, arrived ; he was appointed by his sister warunees anti lUll) .
SOLICITOR INEQUITY, Say no more, Marchand, it cannot be I to give the fair Gerald away. The ministertoo '. Dear daughter speak not thus. Augustus I with you, Mr.: Ludlow, I will refer you to Indian Girl 8439; and the mantel-piece'for
FLORIDA. otherwise ; but as I live I raw Travers enter bad arrived and shortly after the bridal will yet make you happy 'Tis plain to my friend here"Dr. Marchand, who will arrange the Senate reception room, $500.PENNSYLVANIA. .
SEW PORT the store opposite". He has doubtless followed entered. Gerald's bright face was see that be will love none else (ban you, and all preliminaries," said Hargrave,
WILL Practice in the CourU of the Middle Circsit Villiers, bent on consummating the revenge party suffused with Washes, and.as she hung upon time will work its changeso'erhls stern mind banding the challenge fo Marchand, at the .-Tho Journal of Ctitti.
l attention paid to Collecting ruerce thd's of the trcmend'ou's defeat'of
time for wino. It is needlessto speaks
be him." Villieis with her the and bring him onco again to your side. same ringing
March n,'n. 12 swore, against the arm of eyes upon the
IE he tire viftian that acted so conspicuous carpet, one would scarcely have supposedthat Alice Went to the party. Augustus bad add that the challenge was accepted andas nia at black-republican the late election; party in Pcnnsvlva-:
FLOYD & HOLLAND, a part hi' the late transaction between she was the lively, animated and vivacious not arrived. Sbe wished to see bim although Travers was consrdeted'what called- a "
Attorney at Law. Julian sod yourself?I" beauty who, like an angel of light, we she began to think that he was trying to resign crack: shot, and.Harg'ra8 bad also selected The result of the election tiny be called
practice in the CSrcolt Courts of fiddle "He i is, and has sworn vengeance against saw Hitting so gracefully about the ball room all thoughts of a renewal of the engcge- Travers' favorite weapon, those rthcr were a thorough and Cmpbatfc edth1rseteriCot Mt.Buchanan's .'
WILL Welt Florida,and in the Supreme Court Julian', Hargtare and rnyselt I fear he has at Saratoga; but Gerald was deeply Impressed meaL Twas getting late and yet he did not in the secret thought that Hargratte (who atftirfnWfafion, his New Haven
f the State. Alto in the District Court of UM U& followed' Julian with some evil intent. Is ,'ith the responsibility which she was come. Why was kf She feared tfrat be was rather an indifferent shot,) stood a poor*t:letterand tiff Dred Scott decision, and a decided -'
ed SUtei in tbe Northern Di6ict of Florida ask ber chan e4' The next day at sunrise tfcfe two affirmation that the people of Pennsylvania .
then she would to
E.J. FLOYD-Offlee Ap-l cbieote,'FU.' Hargrave expected !I" about to assume, and she also bad a beart, a was ill, and try do
D.P.HOLLAND, Office Qamey, FU.Dec. "Yes, be will'be here to-day, but this feU land loving beart, devoted entirely to him to self why need I eare I" At length Mr. Langs- partfeft, accompanied by their seconds aad fall Tfaa not. repent the way they voted last
.g 1868. il low Travers had best beware. If I find occasion whom she was about to bo unfted'' She dale was announced. He entered, bowed surgeons and some few friends, repaired a large democratic gain seems forth--
w WILLIAM 8. 0ILW0RTH to chastise him, I will do so with a therefore felt this to be an occasion which gracefully to the company and going to the'lady grove some two miles beyond the cHy- of er to the show that' bat for the lavish employment?'
house bit The rifles f distance, thfrfy yards. At Kansas fund l in the preaidenfia election -
should call forth deep and earnest feenng.&be .- of the paid elpect, weapons
and Counsellor at Law very grace. the 'first fire Travers left dead the ball 'from the vote for Mr. Fremont would probably -'
Attorney I almost regret thaj Hargrove is to be had,reflected in regard to what her future company'were engaged in>a quadrille when have ;
FLORIDA. entered and when it was concluded Au. Hargrave's rifle taking effect in the forehead, been nearer what It now' is for Wif.mot .
MOimCELLO here, for be is burning with desire to punish should be, and now that she was about! : ansi
WILL practice i tH Coaru of tbe Middle Cir Travers, and if he meet Mm here I feel assured to surrender her happiness to another's keeping gnaWs approached Mrs. Villiers aDd her causing instant death. have, been Mr. Buchanan. majority would
,and Than-* and Lownde County, 6a will seek a.qnarrel. she even feared that abe would be hi Capable daughter. He bad sllJ11Ct! determined to remain ,And! C! thus did the.dark-hearted villain die, believed much larger.It has been extensively -
March J2. J85R. !-11 dutfct home becsrcfiw meeting iritb the field of honorable combat. ,He that' Pennsyltanik Vot; d for
Well we can arrange matter o as to of performing her various towards at every upotf i Mr
LONG ft GALBRAITH keep tbe villian in his) place; bat now I mast offe whom she know how to'priie.-. Alice_opened his wottid afresh,But agaIn the would have been a Better subject for the gal. BachanXu bron1 credited on penKftttrf grodhdaranU that it haw
S give attention to some business I have to St Julian too appeared at first to I fe some' ,desire'to see her prompted':bhn to,go, and ,lows than most of those unfortunate beings even hy'somb cootribtp
my ions were''m de and twacj .
ATTORTEV AT LAW,TALLAHASSEE, FLA.M I the lie-knew h. mwif afterwards who the' penally of the law lo'procare'Uer'suf.frages
transact and then wo will wait the arrival l what agitated, but quickly recovered bimfcelf J forgetting pain frequently pay for LimP .
A.LONG .1.B.O&LBRAITH bare auociilJL of. Hargrave." and in a. manly tone,. took upon himself! ,(he. experience, 1 hie' burried oo .to: ,mingle (or the commissfon'of: a single crime while
I ated. tbenuelrea in tbe practice of Law. They beartlaad companions. 8ea(.' under IOme. exoitem : A'Srr Xn
will attend tbe Coortiiatn* Middle Circuit,the 8upremt "Too will; meet me at the hotel, March. unalterable vow to love and cherish which with light gay momentary nt. sebNSTAKTStfAnn., rxi.
OnrU sod tbe,District-Court of tae. United and. Come 5O n." bound_him for life to the object ofbislove. Au lug himself' by Alice be entered into ,conver.: A few, w eltiftera1arge: concourse of change say f: If you wish lo U releaiied
State AiTaUabaMce.: At one o'clock Hargrave arrived;; Almost gustus almost forgot the lady with whom Bewa cation,,with' lier. ;:None that saw them would friends; were 'assembled at St Michael's from -da bmiietof mirriige, breathe vows
b Office! oppwit..the Court Hou e, the first man be met after seeing Augustus acting and nervously glancing,o'er'tbe have wer thaugict1iatlove4wahoMhig his ,Church-early: oJe.ri ng. Directly Langs- 'of_ lovacejatbaalry alter,it1-on*: *LW
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it -w Oar .-1 Road System.If I F roR'TD8 rtOUDUX AND- JOra3&L.] +_ Treasurer- with ihe sanction of the Governor, ton who are willing to lake the bill*"of the I I WAsncroToxOcT.10. axormon Owtnct-, 1857-A -

jlndhiim ournaL tbe Turfous Railroad enterprisea now in i How Shall we Pay our Taxes for hwilh direct 'iho tax collectors through suspended Banks.to payment of their claim'I bai been, received in this city frock W hi i':

,__? .- *- > r. -- *- jr'j-* '*+p- process. of construction in this Slate, shall MIL EDITOR-As A citizen, I desire to cx out tho State to defer the collection of the and unjust to 'the securities on the bonds' of I London, one of the clerks whom the I late( S .

'rA.1.LAtIASSEE : continue to more forward. during the present {I I pr;S It '}tta the gratification which I have Stale taxes (except where the same may be tho Tax Collector, for the money was collected ). Toyor-Gener.l, Burr, left In charge Of tit Ur.of.
f crisis, it should be a source of pride and pratification fice, when he, for Ins
1 f
specie feft
ojrn sally
c'erivcd from 1 of the while tho Banks were paying ,the '
..- !I the pt-rosal "truly con- voluntarily tendered in specie) until the first I rr.
to c\'pry dtiien of Florid That i ritory of Utah 1 I last spring. ft
.IIATtRDA v. OtrrOBfcfe 31, 1857. 1! they will continue to go forward, and l he pros. ;: Eer.-j.ti.e a::I sngsestivc[ vieWs on the fltbject day of January hext ; and as to the 'Cotcn/g '. and under impli d'.Stte authority, and they 18th Sept, at PJlCpn-ilt';Car.| In was: on t.e I.

i ecuted with renewed vigor, we have eVery I I of the present !financial 'mb rra smrr.b, tS -taxes, collection of ihesc be also postponed j ought not to be held IrfMe for its lojs.should account of Ins escaps/roni Salt Lake giving tot.:

Death ofBtY. D. J. Anld. I reason to hope and arc happy to believe. Set forth trt yoVir rdltorial of lastVeek.. Tht* to the same period, unless the County Com. it prove wort'.less or be tlcpeei.mted.Indeed says I that while I engaged I in converwtfo.I; I,.he

It i" a M.I July to nnnounee the death of this is for counties shall : Mr. Editor was
no subject flippnnl or flashy squib*.:- | missioners of the respective autluirffe a.raltc, L
anti greatly teerned loan of GoJ. lie Jho.1, the and wait helter time ( I 1 *
10 MirMid, lor of Mormons led
fler a lingering illnc-ss of several wetks, on the I it could have excited no !surprise. Such haq! It is of too grave import and affects too se* :, the taxes due them respectively, to bu shsl!! take the responsibility of doing what it ;:i pang Dick Icllat, an doll, on ha' fVIW flamed:

bioruiog t>t the Sfth inrt. Tlii community, an 1! ;I been the fate. similar enterprise's in !P\rrl rionsly tho vital current of trade and business t i igeierally collected in current l'ank1,11s.. Before the is the business of the law-making power to I i witlioul cause, severely 'beat bln associate' .who,

the Church (Presbyttrian) of xrhich )he was the (flbe States. Our system however, is partly! to be made one of plcasAntry nnd : lapse of this period it Will have bec-i pretty do, I cannot sec how a meeting of the Legislature anti clubs. He \\'.. carclv all wjil,|* S

_ I'artor, Late thus sustained the lo? of one vitas? j self-suppoiting resources are immense; jest, however innocently intended. At R. j ,definitely ascertained what Banks are solvent ;is to be avoided. As I have already home in conwqtiente ._of Lf** troanoN to r Wsame
plnce cannot easily be fupplied. KlnJ! gentle andcourteous Nearly 11tIClhe lands in the State, some 17i i i ii juncture like the present, the press occupies (.and entitled to credit, nnd those that are not : said,. there must be relief, otherwise nO I I .affernbdn they Stacked the Deputy
: ni ;
wnipt and energtticin the di. cliargeof In* reli 1! to the support of these euterprie These a most responsible position. As intimated ', so entitled, and if at tho expiration of that taxes will bo collected, or if co'lected, it will I i I Suiveyor Landon, Mogo was ,driven by stoning from him.
gions duties, peculiar gritf< will be experienced in i land.*? evn during these bjrd times we uni!i by yin, it may not be its peculiar province to i time) the banks shall not have resumed specie. \ be at the exprnsc of great. distress! :nnd sacrifice 1 I I, leaving bis wife and child at Salt at night! ,

the !.l lecree tbnt dej>rives roanlinJ of the Lone- f dersland, are telling at tn. rles of about j proclaim, with! dictatorial authority, the remedy payment (as they probably will not) to the pertple, Uhich can and must be :I After adroitly I finding I |,.u armed Lake city'

fit of Ms many moral anti religious::, virtues.IVe : S1000 per reeka |!ortion of which it cash, i for existing evils ; yet its power will bo. will (then be for the Department' with better I ptcvenlcd( by the Legislature. If the taxes i reached Placerville in .the mos(dSSt: I
1 while: the notes of' former aro run- '
purchases j I
'felt, and mtbe most beneficially exerted, lights than it now has, to determino tl.e: propriety ire allowed to lay over, as some havo suggested condition He says ho met on the
to )learn of the recent death ..f Tla (l.ll' ning to imturity and pro ptly paid. In adI !> ni I
regret tho, Indian Peter
ilnWck' of Eat llori4la. JIeraonv of thr earliest I I ilition to thi cumulative fund the Slate has j jt in tutoring the public mind to meet the crisis I of assuming the higher responsibility I simon! I be done, the delay would t I the I who nt-d frenrf ntl, t.\If

piomors of that l>ortion (.f n'ri.Ia.n upright t other available assets at its command, which) \\ilh! an intelligence and firmness that t will be I of authorizing tho collection to bo made in :I throw two year's taxes into one, which would l visit informed him Surveyor that Brigham General's office P,,

man in all the walks of Jif-'. beJie1re'pvdJ t we uudeistand, will probably be diverted to I all-powerful resist the tend-ncy to popnlni the notes of certain sftecififd banks whoso prove burdensome, besides }leaving the Slate ;I him out t to get horses and carbine.0"Youim-- had !'fort J

by all wlio knew him. I the prosecution of these enterprises. With I II panic. I solvency may be undoubted, and whose credit Ii without m"ans to pay its creditors in the :I dian spared hi* life, because he bad The I'I i.
this assistance the work will on. 'I on
-4 I go j.j.I The immediate design nf this communication I may. have given their notes general circulation meantime. Are here not imperative reasons era) occasions given him ret! paint.' Uni0ll sey.

Clothing: .I The above well timed and "u:C"i''the arlidc1"- 5 ii to throw out some 611IFntimrsith I in the community.In I for legislative action \ I had not long parted from him, before tbe
Jonv "1LT'uItrc anti .\. 15. C'LArK: are jn.t now pea red in the lat i issue of the frtttind. I II -I I i dian shot with J Ji In
reference to the all interesting question which : of these view?, I will only cite Let our Governor, with his practical sense, i a man four balls. Tho ma
opening nt tJ.ir! r<-*pi"tnt,1.iu 1it; large I vThe heart of every citizen of our State shouldpulsate 1 I support escaped though much injured. Il

aii.l l,ej uliful a* r.rliTi. nt. : dcthiing.ahh I I I with mingled; emotions of J-riJe and gratitude I forms the! CiIt01l9f: this article" How I shall I the action of Governor Wise of Virginia, who I II I revolve this mal'cr over in his mind and I I i Another clerk, Mr. Wilson, in the

(. an-] infj.ct tlum if you wi"h to buy. I that d.*#pite- the financial r4orm th-tl i is swfej I we pay our Tuxes I ?" From an intimation by proclamation, has directed time State taxes am sure that he will soon conclude that this i or (:General office, was also attacked Sorrev

'., Col.-A.J.- .T..Wrlshl."A I 1IIZ"" with t1"Ii1ji..l"lIce over the Innd. the creat"* contained ill your 'tlillria:15! well as from I to be collected: in the bills of all the solvent ![ gold and silver business n ust be stopped), and Mormons ; they roughly seized him, tearing hv t the

late ntstnl'Cr of .the Ptnintteop.taiue.l aoarJ .: works of Intorual Improv t-nn-iit d">igncu to adora i i iand An announcement by the editor of the Sen. Banks of the State, the larger portion of :: that if there is no other way in which to stopit :: I him away from his family. They commanded:
benefit Iwl.1.n commonwealth nr.r.grting I him "
from this gentlen..in. Jetailiug the eutIliat] ., our nn- 1 (mel I take it for granted, ((1 I have: no other which had then suspended payment. What he will convene the General Assembly. It come" along and make no fuss," or
)' and] will cot.tnr.ie to progress with the !, I. t they "culd ( -d soon show him
impelled him to vnate l.y resignation, the | ..t of : >c.nje sioadiiif** (f purjiose} alit! proim-o of execui i i information on time subject) that; tho Trunsurydepartment mnv r exist in the revenue laws of tho twoStates would be i hardship to allow the property of i I they were going to do with him." what

J.tuf Cut (J the Regiuu-nt of Meunte.1.1utr[ #. ti.'ii that from the fii>t inspired the confidence and at Tallahassee has determinedto touching the point under consideration, I, even one citizen to be sold for taxes under I Mr. Landon concludes by saying, that all

which we designed tran!ferrirg tooureolunm*. I 1-ut ; ::\". f'l1e..urI.II.nt t.. the public utiti&1.I : j I II enforce the collection of the State taxed I do not know ; but I commend the precedent existing circumstances, and Madison S. Perryis I t Mormons have left Placmille and Carson

have mi,lai.l it Thereasons preseiit.: '.1 artentirelysatisfactory : I I X'Ihin? dauntil lithe- mgiiisj elementthat I" in sjifdr O1d1If such is the determination to the respectful consideration of those, whose I not the man to permit such a thing to be Valley, for the purpose defending, Zion"
anti )j.reclii-le the poil'5iity of censure 1 darknc and .itfu-ioii the moiu-ta-I Mr. Landon's letter thrill
fJ'r.a.l ] of the Department, then indeed does the question exclusive province it is to decide the course of done if he has the power to prevent it. with interest.-!
l fo a Ify n.i.I.rlinns of rtern nc- It will be laid
.1.InJ..l have been before the
: t..1 ( ., rv world, our )b-a.ling railroad men moving | Government
ec.Jty. He mad.11 wo hnvo I.en inf"nne. l, 1 alonrr cautiou-ly: and skilfully to th<* \tnt' I"I' become one of absorbing interest not to action to be pursued. That the officers A TAX PAYER. .-

mot excellent offic< ,n n1 reignati.>n eesi-i.tn.J. ted procurement of the m.tin iieceiry to ke. p say of fearful import to the tax-payers of charged with) the execution oi the revenue P. S. Since writing this hasty communication Communicated.ClIAKtWKW .

regret with lfC.'T anJ private I 'a1.t. 1.1"11* r.lcT Anav the d;v,lopmeiit} of our ,-ttiit t>f pub- Florida. I do not design to arraign or find laws will do all that they may rightly do, to I have seen a call for a public meet The nnder.'i'riJvJ; S. C. (Vt,, lBi7.

JTardee }ha* l'een clecte.1) tlc 1.-itiu: rartt.h] l.yCol lie work A We have 1.n. \\ J...}lre of hue fact that fault with the action of the whatever merchants of thi* tjty wU i 1'1!,,.
:j Department, alleviate the burthen of the people, I will not ing in Madison to lake into consideration the I to secure their I friend and eustorom in the] inuri..t"rtgainst
Wrieht : nir.pl* resource* )havo bovn provided! bv l 1..>ld ait.] it be. I have the h I I any J lo*; resulting from the .
-- I may highest respect, for a moment doubt ; and that they will be subject treated of by mCj which t beg leaveto numerous La .
siracous !anareri: : ,'iit fur w>t only keeping in pro- I II I su'Nn4on4: in Urn city, ami at ullll.'r!, Sntifrn!
The Finance .\all. personally, for the gentlemen who preside sustained in the assumption of the Madison Messenger ) make
l I' gre's the .1 mount of mtehatiu-al execution (.Ltail.l cordially any subjoin as it appears in ; pointdo hereby known onr "ilin-n! ,\ tu
columns .folay contain two able cn.nnt over [this arm of the and the this I I nee\'e- the note of the following Iinnk.
Our !! before the appearance of the present cris-i-, but to government, izees.carre.cponsibihtjj for purpose, as of the 2 lth inst. : l,, in at their
r" e of due
par and! f..r
nt'-ations Ji5'Itil? "upon the ('ml.arraying ub- ; provM* f..r and maintain an increase of effective most implicit confidence in their integrity, intelligence confidently believe. PLANTER.IriNcv I Mass Meeting.-Tho citizens of Madison ;! and would advk n.iynunt* ::'Ul..t. any sacrifice: mm-han-lii-of ueh not.I .-i:

.je t finance and taxes. : TheyomlKhly inanyalu- : force In.i equipments which, surprising to relate, J and business capacity. I am bound, ( FLORIDA. I County are particularly requested to attend I which the prevailing mom-fa ry panic, or the r'v

able 6Ug2otiont and mlif..t.l: eonm.-n.1l.lc iukr.t will warrant the fulfilment of the niot gratifying and it gives me pleasure to believe, that whatever _.-_ I I a Mass Meeting to be held at the Court induce mental l ions interested forties mi4htI other ii i-*
fur the solution ufirnpeiiding difficulties that ,e t
: exjH-ctation-. '\\'C would gladly if w1t3.1] time action Slate Taxcw-Tlie Dlet1nto House, on Thursday, the 5th day of Novem- i
have taken in the
l I. the they may ...
>t to \>f fully apprtfiaU-tl y )p-opkgenvrally. I premises GEORGIA 8.1.\ .
!; and ? aee. l lit y l,ift.jthe pul.li\ the manner inhich lay next, to take into consideration the inst t
*Tlic prevalent i lea that a statutory hasxi-t-au- has been the result of mature deliberation Marine Bank, Savannah.
\\ this brilliant 1"1..ult:15 (.tTt'cl.I-a rnlt Kditor Floritlian and Journal rue tioYis given to the Tax Collectors Bank of.
1', receive I : .I \ugu ta.
.trizing the State TrI"lr.r I and the dictate of earnest deire for
lulIJi.in ,
the 1131'1'Y) frnitixii of which will !1. sin enlargementof an throughout the several counties in this State. Bank of the State of Georgia and JJrnch' ,
of State du] **, are lutwriz..lly] Mr. The made the Sentinel viz ;
payment we ]public confidence Jitid the ,-arly] {ummatioii the public weal. Whether indeed they could statement by : i They have been instructed (so say the Tallahaesee Bank of Athena.

.Attain to i nude critical
a fuch The of our railroad j rojoctor statutory enactments, is a question which! I :Tax Collectors throughout the State to receive Taxes anything but gold and silver. Any' )[l'ChAnic,' Bank. Company;
and can find no :anthr-rity.) only J"'bI1 SusjK'n.-ion to is term of one can see at a glance what must be theconseqvences ; Union Bank.
we are happy say n nothing but gold and sliver in
law t'f the! am not prepared to discuss and if I I payment
tender known to the oprl'e il were,
: Ii I of such If this Bank c f Commerce.
] nieaninglefs njiplication to the railroad operations a course. policy
tjiecio and the aeo-jitance of any specie* of Hall of Florida] rendered emphatically IH> by an unexpected woul I not so far violate my sense of propriety of Taxes, has been confirmed by you. I is pursued, we must inevitably be ruined; Bank of Savannah.
in lien thereof i* done] upon the, individual discuss Now, sir, without pausing to discuss the Central Railroad and Banking
to it in this Company
)paper ; floodtide of deliverance fn,iu the genenili as place;; tho columns ofa for the .simple reason that there is not enough : Mechanics'

r(pn.i.il- the oolleeting functionary and re- I i crash in the
t.'he el tOi\State iin.ni.-".I" :matter !I to the public were totally unexpected) and amounting I Ii tion. I wish to say, as one of the people, that further, the banks hate suspended, and there Plantem'&nkSa'raanahand

of accoinin" )Austin, acting :i,5 the agent of theSt.nten much may
caff bbtain it. Tbe then
; a! remarkable. I payers consequence [Signed by 36 merchants and
line .]. the permitted to that if there the tax-payers is utterly out of the question. fitmijQTI.XCT
ciudc'l by the duty .61..11- IW" ; di-miss their doubtsnnd say ever was an exigency must be a ruinous sacrifice of property. The

<>f lh.Stilts, can excrci-e no Ji.r.i.H for the o..jiveniew ,- 1ai1r.a.1L.ptie] feverish ajipn-ht may iiri.'it.and now right; \\av parti- in the history of our State government Where is the gold to come (rom ? Leon remedy is with the people ; they can avert : t.,&:21, 185.

.ffStut1 debtor] ?, and should be d]1'i "I f..rtn cij'ate iu the general] anti well founded confidence) when the Executive" Department might, adopt County pays 814,000 or more of taxes and the impending ruin- -it is their duty to daiL ; The nnderrigne merchant of tnh'jilaee, hetrh

.- a.e''nio<\ati"n of the )I1l".ln.y J.."" that I, that our grand sys't m of railway is no ]lontrcr nn the principle of Old Hickory" and take does any man believe that there is that much MANY CITItE I ly approve of the farte;.te& fetf ofarfeTres tblJt
niisbt, accrue fniii the %ol ntary 'x"r'i ((.f -uHi !! experiment but a t'ingil.l reality] not to be fhak.-n the responsibility" it is the Whatis : gold in the County-nay, that there Is that and willing to ort in fit* Krmntf.
wonVl (CaB ,l .,t thoJM.it' present. Rail Hoadii
sm n
i crlion, ,
tt1stiTt I.il upon j. I by any side wind, however threatening or iin"x- the much in the whole of Middle Florida ? Impossible I. R. lIualCo.., / TV Szsi.irMCXROE >
pecuniary condition of citizens I The Jacksonville News
Wo know<*\ that Tren-urtr i i'milling our pleasantly commenting
tlc 1''d..1. In confirmation of what we have here This of coin is the resultof MHZ & Co.d.xrs 6e ) 1' l all in to xtriate t.ixpavers Their only circulating medium is scarcity the encouraging of
aii. "11iuu. ) .11 Iii ]power :j Ji.J"t may iiMan the very reeent purclia., by composedof on progress XATHASS & MCXROE, A. i. Swnt.

from (-nuliaI-rap-4fltltt. t, and] hence hiwil.iiii:- j (... Sandd-M-ii] of a .ut eitnt jr.anttv: ff iron and I'I'I the Bank hills of South Carolina and Georgia i permitting Bank Agencies to flood the t operations at this end of the Pensacola and P. 4 F. FLEI\IJY\S', J..S.Cr 3 i D '.
IH-S t.. nre.-iv the bill* (.f p-x-io )jviyins banks, I I country with their without requiting ,-- -
; : in the paper
of which -
j (.lh -r 1'III'ut:! to an-\Tir ill iniiiiediatc demand- |l solvency we all have so I i Georgia Rail Road, remarks : '

'itl tb* rirk hat vive tli. fl..-. :ilj.l --aI.e tl.: Kim.ltaMr<.j.he one of the most common a*lfeis! I tile most formidable o*
tb.it lia the iJ-ink* : pun-haw l 1.-. \Ir. (,1..11' ..f a large Engine and! \ in using them to pay our dues to the merchants redeem their bills. Had the Legislature required : road from Tallahassee to Alligator will be diseases known American p&ysTciaLS. It had Itr year*

: -rcle' "t1Ire.\1.f "1.1.u\.tl.) 11"111.1..1 r.- .!i> 1",1.1tlC mightlittnti j oth-rortly fixture for thi end of the road, with jj II j and to purchase goods for our daily this, there might now have been gold : completed by the Pensacola and Georgia attracted the eloscsfaltention o the' uzedteI faculty in alt

.p iJ.itHe j iKg.'tiatior.r raj.i.lly maturing for the irmly in circulation to meet the I Company ; and we hope as much for the parti of the United State*, and yet lip to the time of the discovery -
r..h.. t IIf I.ji.f-ij9.eftl .l I a.ul A 1.11 1 O'Jrl t l.dr : lCljUi-1 use. Tho sjucic i h locked up in the banks or enough present .f Dr,1M.ane', Speciic
sition (f : mu<-i nmurial fflr flllt| '' : continuation from Alligator to Jacksonvillein great prepared by Ftemng
.Tncnt in jM .vn -nl of-"tat'' 1IT- a .I"pr'da- (iij.me'it] :i- may 1-e Avante.l for tilt tion fift'-n, '.r t .mt- i.-rc.-tt. ii.i-.rlit rji-u.-. made and I do think medical skin. Thousands had perished without even a h.
.ft"I. \ not that the : pa
th<- whole t-nurj'ii-t:. And vbat i-Mill ii'.r' gratifying 1. i j the light only Wll ll.iL I has: been announcedthat i governinent we are strongly inclined to the opinion that
in t'i'- .-nt "b-ti-at-teil .-taV.f alfairand, with I of relief and although thousand* may yet destined to!e.I the
!law j.r : ,<-4- *.f.1 i-trtt'-.1! to orr Mat- j.ri.1t., lhir'ir'.tiation: { .:\.' ." the people! of Florida are compelled to I should now be permitted to take nd.1 one Company would do the whole work in a direful effects of this most complicate. disease, it l id now,
Iio \ar"tlli j.-.vjiii ja.
: I 1':11 J 1.1.i.t.J) tlj"11 :1 IJltJ-t :i.l vamitaes wsrkd- rai.-e ly fi rn-tl ltasuJcs vantage of its own wrong by requiring of the shorter time and at less cost than tU'(. The thnnk to the search of Dr.M'Lane most completely brought
> i
wn.ld) .Itee !IliI..H i inn |Io.-iti.ii I f a] f.ml', j seventy or eighty
1'1 j a1I .li-I"J-ili..u..( our IntfTi.al Iiiiprovem Donlwhich ; ]-, I I of one organization with its salariesfor within the scope of medical controL The proprietors Fleming
] nil'- ...f -atti j. thousand dollars of people! what it did not exact from the Banks i iThat I II expense .
Sl') lluj- vi"lai"- that: coti5i.daL < .u specie, to meet their in- II Bro! PIttsburgh, Pa., of the Liver PilU feel 1 confident
V a ii iihj.1 } I t"'f.ni..J' in j'l-tic: to Jiim--lf. ) aiJ: I| debtelness to their own That I would. ho putting the cart before the i iI that they offer a remedy which ha been fully tested tv time
In'.l.. impaireduritie' ill the >lo:k IIwrl.l.t ot .Nevv |II government. II I course no proposition for a consolidation I and which has never failed of succes when fairly tried.J5y .
],i. f.\.iti. .. j I V-rk. i I i, force sulcs must be the order of the day I hoi so. The Banks have got tho gold, and "I could be entertained by either company which Purchaser wffl be careful In a..k lor DE.M'LANE'g
4.11r iI1.-Ji"nt. 1. I. l..t./t, PJittt&r. : I It afT--r.l-- 111:1-11 l..a.tlrc] to state :11,., that i1r.i I I if Uii-s resolution is carried out, h as cudent-:: have been allowed to keep it. Make them did not contemplate tho simultaneous progress I ClUmTEDEP'YIFl'OE.. HttJrvrgh P.11 other. manufactured V nnifn rcs by In}comparison J iiilinos ;-

;.t:t!I..t tin .tt t,14tra'uue: the) r -j:.>it-jbiJi- i' {.''il/tll h is t'ef'TitriK'ting with repoiifibl.partic; : for I I I to mind as that the sun shinca, and that i iI disgorge and then there will be some showof of the work from Tallahassee eastwardand are worthless. Dr. M'Lanc's g..nuinetnnilu >!">
ty of ".ti-ma4itig; llf I : operation of tli' Ian" my I his celebrated Liter Pills can now he had at all repcctaM
reJ' tl." iiiiTicdiale eoininciicemeiit and <-arly -ompl. ti< n 'I I reason in asking the of debts in from Jacksonville westward. But that drug stores. Ji'one ycitnixe without Vte iynu1itrt i-f
the will have payment
to from abroad is
r a'p.x-ific'l; ft.ri1'l r.a'hiiifryond! 1 h..* '- j specie come I [39} FLEMING BROS.MARKIED .
ttij 1'1".o 1 I
{ point guarantied we can see no objection to
of that 1.CrllI1l.f: tli" Peuicae.Ii! : and (;"-orgi.i Ilaili )-
p4j .e'.iitiIiLaili-t. 'If i I.. ("i..till:. i-i. ,\. .I.'J'I"- i r.:.] (.xtonding from t1I,1atli'I.1a IJivr to i equally evident to eveiy one who has the the same coin from the people. I a union of the whole enterprise under one

<--at- Micli .an i.naulli'I .ji/..l J *uutJ'1iii of p',v rl.-1 i least acquaintance the condition of our The Treasurer may be Controlled in his [ President with a properly distributed Boardof ,
)Imi.qe,1ii.'i. : .-(' fact* with (lie a. unine", In Quincy. Fla.,on Thnrday evening, October 2-2d by tic
4.f ;t liiiirl as a tt z..-.-.J.-nt. T):<- action law for hisJuu'sInenit With their thus
a fldlr. by or by prudential regard Director joint means
: : i
1 of *l.ib] w ).:\1' p-rr-ni.jHio'.' l I.i:*-, that :i II :111i currency. Dl'pendellt:13'e have been upon } Jesse Coc, MUs SALLIE E., daughter of Dr. VTm.

t"ldi,' l ..ff.-t .,f ii.: r..hlt.Lli.u \' l.l.lm. i| I I.t" 4J.1a fund ]li- 1 In <'n pK%i'ld to in. it t I lli<- I l.u-i- (forfiyn liank, bills :..6 a circulating medium, wehave } is immaterial which. It maybe united, it is reasonable! that more favorable Booth, of Quincy, to JAMES C. EVAN, Esq., of liberty
'.uit iii- :.in< I IK-M ->1 I thrf-e not the advantage that no discretionary power to meet theprt'H..nt
witlioiiv liny |.>siii!; '"- !:.t---i1y f.r 1''lt. mny even: of'spccic change, I be made. Indeed, the effect of the superior
': 11.tIl.i..11 Tiill <-nnb\. tbe' d mpnnies to win I which is ed the tatcs which have emergcncy has been reposed either OH IT V.1 UT.
iu t" !ttI; '.and danling a j.t! < f1"f: in j C11j0) by i caphai and wealth of the Middle Florida ?
: ; e I tl..r I!I.e M"rm Tinttl it fill"-I'id<.:, in I ti:'* ntinu.-.l] in him the Governor And Jf this be so- Die on the 25th in"L, KOBEKT R. HILL youngest IOn
\'il [to1it). Tli: 4-).p-i- tI 1"Mi.lt! jM,Hr has ram's. furnibhcd us with our paper cnrr\II In or ; Company has been clearly seen in the contracts
'II..J"'di\'l! 'I : .|-.j!-uti'n of.ill I !!.<> workiu ui'Krviay. : I of John M. and Elizabcfh Hill in the 13th year of hU a.
j.ircd Virginia. ati.l \\<.- livlievo in ...n.otli'-r ] this stale of things how is the tax-pa\'cr to if neither of these ftinefronarfcs: ? can afford I I for grading, which, if we are correctly In recording the diCtbls noble and interesting youth,
Who) :utiI'ltl'Illl.h: ] a glorious full 'I
$tat.-. where") the authority vj.-< li..t :'-"II.II'II.i I '\- i, -- r. comply with the requisition of the Depart adequate relief then the Legislative powerof i I informed, were kt (payable wholly in bonds) craoUona of deep and unfeigned sorrow fill the'heart. Tue-
I about and third cent. less es*e. of rare qualities of character and with a mind of no
law In thirty-three a
prvsi-lyl'-l'-irated by .1i.lil: ".nn'sIViiiisU'uni.i 'IlleCU" Orleans HaiikM Sound. the State should be invoked. Relief must per
? You might as well expect to be able II he evidence of some day reflecting
and) ollit-r Stril.-r meit than that from Jacksonville to Alligator. ordinary stamp gave
\.I.. <1..1. JHIW.I i I Xi.w: ( )RLLN., ( ".'1. 20. Tin.- banktatom<-nl publih.'l Wood from be had from source, and tint! promptly.' If credit upon himself and family. A warm, genial tlon.
I IL I "to cxfruft a tumnip"asto expectto It ia manifest that, with the financial embarrassments
conferrnl I Ks. -niivv fiWr !
hal not 1,1'e:1 UJK.II < < t!<; ] I .atc his, and his companions can wen and
: on Saturday rlioMii a .b-i-r'-a-c I in circnl.iliuiiiU disposition was
the Tax Collectors do not settle with the
bav. l .-. I raise this amount of specie from the people ( (present and prospective) if the I and mild and affable
( ilbt\<'s I jToinjillv llit"-rj ') to !! -oilplU't ) {.f 'IJIlJII.. tJf ",- ?2S3,31O: filial of \I.laan'I i I I I truly testify to his even temper deport
State at a given time they must be sued on road rs to be built connecting Jacksonville ment. lie one emphatically endowedwith the
tli'1! VT}' fl bj ch (conUhiplfttcd] by I'laiifrr" !: j,2.FJ. I: of Florida. No, i am In error the people of was power
and Tallahassee( it be done securing warm and steadfast friends. In his conduct tc-
can only by
Vt'c wvll ftinicil lie : their bonds. Bat cannot seUK-because I
can ie no obj.-cti to t adoption they !
have the
The incrniac of "H : (). Florida rich in tcso1rCe-'th0y? [
fJ'CI.j" 3t,4 I arc and all the wards his parents brothers and sifter he was kind affectionate
of:Mifiilarourc I il Florida. 11i- d'tTieultyJin ,. -. .- nd there is no gold and silver Jn which to !i wisely husbanding applying resources and obedient and attended to the various duties aiJ *-
-they own
in-coming Jet on iK i which have been provided for the
be pur ne'l and arr.4e..h! 'in a l-ritiiiiatcmaiincr' :I Kan1ll8N.I the taxes. If seize and I ned him with zeal and fidelity. In hs! studies he was a..-
they property
Out of pay
broad acres and numerous flaveu work. siduous and untiring,and ha.f by clotte and diligent appVa-
c-xhibiu-d in Trtuii.nt1 l' : letter received from Leaven, worth KanI
as .ini-)ylianin, by :u ,
I satisfied I 8.11It, as they arc bound by their oath of of. tlon secured the respect and love of his instructors and by
r ..J} of Igi-1at iirql1it ti! t"l <:.! dated the Oth inst in of the these, the exaction of the State! may bb I Pciinnj-lvanla Eleetl rt.
the .
< \ I sneaking .
1:011 I I fice to do in of delinquency general distress his mild, g n4Vf onduct the good wit!and esteem of his com
: -.11:1l] ?p.l ij>ertioiis: fur I git en 1'Ji..l j constitutional convention which was to havoj I II hut only at the sacrifice of t the I citizen : I the The Harrisburg (Pa.) Keystone of the 21st panion. -

(.f tiiij'. I H to incur a Frnull ; ) and bnno for whoso benefit ? Our mer- and sacrifice will follow, unless peA But an all Wise Providence, in iu. inscrutable Wi vbmT
CXI'I.I rut :
roaeBftiibled) tho lUth inst. i I says
'' I j on says: I I and all has seen fit to transfer him to another clime, ant hi,sorrowing
end] I. l > to'
interpose forcibly
an ill.rall giliinute mHii-, ina pic put a01'
attil } A majority of the convention have determined clnnts, with a liberality and sagacity which We defer our election abfeS until another parents: reap consolation from the thought that he hasgone
AIIlpt involving a sa< rific' of j"oJitical ] II And still there is another
10e 1..1 to submit the constitution, when adopted ought to commend them (to our most cordial such proceedings. issue, that they may be complete.Meanwhile ._ to join with glorified angtb In the harmonic of heaven.
...i.llrlpri..I). A\V i.ee that the pC"Ie! of Madi-] difliculty to be considered, which i is Ibis-If from the best information attain. Ills! pure and Innocent spirit has been received Into the besom -
for the ratification of the have declared their
i i t to
or rejection
euppoit, willingness receive -
1,0n lul'c (SUed a meeting to take the mailer in of his savior, and the golden chords celestial barps'arvresponding
i liona fide illlwhtmts-that is the I the taxes are not paid the Slate must suspend able,- j it is supposed Gen. Packer's majorityover '
legalI I in melodious
Ilanlre await with much jrjtere.-t th re from us their dues (and who is there tones to th* toning of his sanctfli
.lUl1 .... I the State have Mr. Wilmot exceeds 40,000, and over
"ll of their delilx-ration] .t 'r 'I that does not owe them ?1)) in the Bank bills payment, becauso must money. both the opposing candidates at feast 10,000. spirir. A FRIEND.
I think I con sec the, way clear, 1 liy mutual
-. -- concession for perfect harmony in modelinga of South Carolina nnd Georgia. Tho State What is the remedy ? I can see no other The senate will "//and twenty-one demo AMBROTYPESAND

Further by the Baltic. constitution that ought to lie satisfactory has no foreign debt to pay that I am aware save fn a meeting of the Legislature. This crats to twelve opposition, and tie house

NEW Yonk, Oct. 26.-In tIle LivcrjMMd market South and national democrats, bo obviated provided the Executive democratic in a still greater proportion." MELAINOTYPES
t to tho everywhere of, and needs her fares only for the payment might ,
UreadsturTs all .
were quiet, qunlilies slightly
dldiu/ having ono which they can sustain-one of her employees in the Executive, Judicial officers would disregard existing statutes. The special election for congressman to TAKEN nr BAILEY.

111cII'I.i":1. 4ti I.xv'i't.. had 11'1 totally which can obtain n majority of the present and Legislative departments of the Govern But they havo sworn to enforce and obey the fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Rooms orer Barnard Drug Store.

1"t1 I legal voters of the-, .Territory.ril ment. Shall there be ono kind of currencyfor laws-not to violate and set them at defiance, Mr. Montgomery has taken place in the Rooms havebeen< -thoroughly* refitted and

The lieu from the Indian mail JH.llc'n I.l.- lM.lppi Election. the employees of tho Government, and a thing I am persuaded they will not consentto twelfth district, composed of Columbin, Mon. THE now in excellent condition for the purpose

,rIJ.lo t Ix.ndon. It was thought probable. ] that The Mississippian of October 14th, says : another kind for the employers-the People 1 do. Wo must then fall back on the Legislature tour, Luzerne and Wyoming counties, Penn. designed. The Public are invited 44 to call.
assault would le made Delhi the. Bril li 0cL31,1857.
on I
by The returns come in gloriously. The true I trust not, and I think I only speak the sentiments which is the only power competentto sylvania. Paul Leidy, democrat, is elected
forces on the 3;<1 l<-niber.Lucknow .
.tJlw1 out. The r L",11 bad been democracy Mississippi have again put to of the former when I say that if the afford relief. That body, by remodeling by a very large. majority over S. B. Thompson Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE .

cd..l.in two cngdgenicnt, but were iit Miflicicnt rout tho cohorts of Samuel, and vindicated, question were submitted to them, they would tho present laws, can bestow discretionary opposition. Mr. Leidy carried every JEFFERSON OF FLORIDA COUNTY, ) .

force to threaten Allalmliad and Benares. Troops at the ballot-box, their time-honored princi- with one voice declare in favor of sharing the authority on the Governor to meet the case, county of the district. D. REICHERT,,administrator JJOHN of the estate

were rapidly arriving from JngLmJ pies-electing their entire State ticket by in. burthens induced by the present embarrassments and the result will be the receipt of such rep OJIt is stated- in.4I financial. circles in New Bur?dorff late of Jefferson county.

Thirty-four horses ran in the race at Sew Market creased majorities-carrying their entire con. equally with their constituents. Where resentatives of'mbney as may be current in deceased, has filed in the Probate offio cf Jeffersra
for the) Czarewitch handicap stakes. The York, that the steamship Persia which left county, a written suggestion ;t he believes the estate
tNt gressional ticket-and an overwhelming ma. then tho necessity of discarding bank bills in the various parts of the State. This will of Charles Burgdorfl to &a insolvent Thereupon
was a heat between Pryoresn. El Ilakitn Liverpool on the 17th inst., will bring 82,

and Queen Be Prj-orew won the race by a length joiity in the Legislature.". payment for taxes! The only rational response of course control the State Treasurer, as it 000,000 in specie. againt notice said is estate hereby to given appear to all nud person file the*katingclaiaH asa !w-ith

And a half. Value of the stakes .2O. -" The Washington that can possibly be given to this en. will relieve him responsibility. As affairs the Jade Probate, of 8J jd county, on u b furc
be the issue ?
Lecompte is dead to quiry, will probably be, the imperative requisition now stand, that officer will not receive from At the meeting of the n. xt Congresstwo the third day of May next, when thew'wOltb*, a pro-.
There was an cxccseivc! pressure in the correspondent of the New York Commercial new States will be in readiness for admission rata lia4mr\a tioQrOr At*' fh beloegieg A.u.i l es*&>)
money As before the Collectors
of the statute! intimated, I Tax money in band, even if amogst the eredttoI thereof \1Ihic thRe the sai.l !
market io London. The Bank of Dublin has adTanced Advertiser : into the Union-Oregon and Minne ; at
says do not profess to know what the law .is on collected before the suspension of the Banks.The John D.Reiehert.'wi1J apply ***, h*B psi.) dSaI51 t" I
its rates Interest cent, and the A in favor of national sota. >
t per party In rising a from the adrn 0istrstion of lAid "UK .
Bank of France t 6} per cent bank of some sort, of a protective tariff and the subject ; bal do know that whatever i ii. it :Tax, Collector of Jefferson County .visid .r TEOMAS J. CHASE.: hl1,. oiPrcbate. I

The Minirtcrial crisis continues in Spain. of a bankrupt law. So the state of things It, it is ot&ffLcgitlalire enactment,arid that | .tie Capital last week, with some $4000 OCr: Upwards of 40,000 laborers have Oct. 8!, 1837. 4+-CUU *

In Iily apprcht neions are entertained of further that existed twenty years ago is coming roundto no violence can be inflicted upon {funda. of 'money thus collected, but the Treasurer been thrown out of employment in the city "--S

disturbances. us again. Tbe Kansas issue is gone bj ; mental organization of the State government refused it, and the money was deposited by of Philadelphia alone. Nathaniel Hamlen,
-i .
fact furnishes other issues of
bnd this and nature.." a general by euch an assumption of responsibility" by the Collector in"the So. Western Agency (:7: It is estimated that 25,000 tailors, COMMISSION MERCHANT,
From nexleo.OBUAKS practical '
Si New Orleans
P"AJ Oct m o the Executive Department, as may be necessary here to his own credit. Other Tax Collectors cutters jind seamstresses are now ia New No. 38 Pos ,_

1Jw arrived fo\f\, U.-T. steamer Cru* Tennctecabis the 21st, COOL,' VEHV.-North Carolina owes i in- to ease its requirement to the exigencies j are unquestionably similarly situated, so York city out of employment Refers to GOT.4am** E. o Broome* Tallabame,
wit f Ve
and the elty ef Uie JSth t Jnat She Merest coupons payable. in this city.. Her of tho present embarrassments. Government 'that there i i. now in the hands of the collect. ttT r- The. .-- Geone K,,WaJter, Et.q"II
t ( : Democrats
Com treasurer offers to pay them in North Carolina \villhavea majority Gen. Wnx Ruler, Jeffe rson county.
bripfi_$:6O in specif A new cabipet' li 4 been currency.at Raleigh.. That currencjr is designed for the benefit and.. not ing officers thousands of dollars received by of forty-seven on joint ballot in the Ponnsy T" J. UotuBEsq.. t!

fanned in Mexico.jUr at from five to eight'pcr'cenL discount-N.-' for the oppression of the- people. them in- behalf of the State, 'not one cent of vania Legislature. J. Q Putnam Eq. Madison ".

rez Lad tout the rebels i Ii lift South will) Act' what It the and of the which be. Daniel Bell EM).. Hamilton "T
nature extent into
: y..8.U1iJ can. paid tho Treasury until .. Augustus Steel Esq. Levy ":
uholecWstof Law is like .
: great cUnghter. Te Yucatan, J3 tit: J-r.pccie-paying currency, Mr.'jfr responsibility" here hinted, at I First, then, action is had by the: proper ''authorities a sieve : 'OM may sec through J.7.SnellnjrEsq..Oadsdcn? ,'* .' ,
: it
; ia dC14fldI. of te r vola ont ta Tb,.va of T-. but you must considerably reduced, be. E..Remington, Esq.. TboBjasrille, GCeL. ..
.' 'f n4 { : ,Day'Book. 'I would suggest that the Comptroller or condition of tbing unjust to the, State credi. fore it *J *! *" ." *.
I ; "ccsiad. broken. 0u| 1ia increased violence.J J.. OLiFS you can gol through :l. 1857., Al.; ,--*-- 4 4
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the subscriber.TWO NOTES,, one. f.t'D..' I i1IoTjiIjI! GOOBS S I Land Sale. NEW S"'OBE-NEW_+ GOODS.r WAKULLA IRON WORKS, John Bull's Compound

FROM: fur"forty dollars, p**.ble OB the first of I 1 viI tue of an order of the Court of Equity for FLuID EXTK1CT
rog TUB 1) WEBER & DAll1 :Now :P ,rtPIa.. '
November next, the other ou .David Robertson. of !| i iI the Middle! Circuit of Florida, the subscriber SAltS4P 'jiLLA'
Leon county for twenty-two dollars fifty cents due | FALL ANT) WINTEB] will offer for sale by auction at New Port, on Tuesday t MERCHANT TAILORS This EstnblUhmfnt is Now I'nder Full BIat. ,
on the first January., 185C.. .All persons are for- j I the 15th dny of December next, the tracts of cfiitnin'g: all the> me.Jeal i virtues"of ffurd.YehTov'D'ck .
bTJdcn trading for the said notes ) Land described be'ow, lying in Wikulla county, AND PF.AI.CRS IK -..- Dtudelvu. pure HwDiluras Si r apanlla. sod .

JOHN NAV1N, I{ I South of Tallahassee, viz: READ Y-MADE' CLOTHING th' death of Mr.Pond, Mr. GEO. S. KiNG WiKI; Cherry Itorfc. i Lo life most potent! Bl od Purifier

Jlonticollo. OcL24, 1S57.: 43-2t I TIkP.f I, In Toirnshiy 2, Soiifh, Range I, East. AND SINCE ( charge; nil communications therefore in the hnwh wfif W FOr the cure of *'rOrut .1t11f'1IInlti'lm *

-- --- relative to work &l"., should be addrrsscd him. ,(:ont. n'I.,, l MJ an Cbrbnie IbiCases, it'
-----N'otice. -- I 1SWIztndSEiof
; baa
All work coming under the bend of thiarfjnsines* uo equal.
I 'TMlKuiidcr-ignodisnnw receiving his Stock of W 4 of S W 4 of Sec 10 ; .the S | of S W J, E i of -_ _ _
I Ii. will be and neatly '
weeks mechanically
after date I shall: lo the Hon promptly
FOUR njT'ly i FALL AXI) WINTER: GOODS NEjWofSE1apdNEofSE J of Sec 17; SUBSCRIBERS are now opening at of Ac will A MtMcint to It landtd down. t9fOMlerily at a bt.-
at moderate ,
of Probate Jefferson THE as a charge as price
for wLicli
'C: eounty. nnolJor (i waub{ neither in Quantity Quality or Style, I the S Wi, W4ofSEkWofNE4nndNE Store next to Messrs. G.fe J. Mepinni 1 ring to the htiwcn family. .
d for sale! of the i :
and "rec we following cleBribed j| Embracing for the of N E 4 of Ftc 18 : the W } of N W i W i of S a well selected Stock of Fall and Winter justify the
is for External
Ladies This Establishment not
kept purposeof
to the
lands Fron : &
belonging 'IIII..of is B. up Great Internal
:, 4, and NEt of S E 4 "f Sec 19; the N W J. Wt'fNE1theSEE 4 Goods, suitable forGEXTLJdE1V'
Stewart despised,Jlo:wit: The N. W j of the S W !:< Silk Robes. a Quill, Side Stripe Delain Robes, J ofSW.nndNVk of S I. making money, (sirnnge to sat,) as dear bought .] Y
of the N W I C Flounced I I WEAR, experience has tfemonstrjted to me, it ranoot be done .
S nnd -
a' and tin W J } the N i of the Challic %v.i of Sec 50 ; all of See lions 23; 2fi.( 2; f the W J I KING orPAls
NVf J. aJJ )f r Section: 12/TowBship 2 of Range 5. I Brocade BnyadereStril''tl. Plush Bareg* of N W4EIofSEISWIofSEIsiidSEl i sonsistmg in part of French and English Cloths, Cns.imeres I, in this rl'ltionIt this branch of busincs*-but for the DR. JOHN BULL'S

Ji jit** Iontainin ICO acres mote or less. To be C nilIc *. Robes of S J of Sec 24 thieNE3.NofS E 4, and nnd vesting of the latest stvle find best qunl- i i 'Lrn it of tbe unfortunate, who happen to have Eu- I* warranted, to cure the following Hieawtn: .wif:-
solil IIr t'ro pat meat of the debts (af Mid estate. China Striped! Glace. Printed Merino Robes, W 4of f'S W 4 of Sec- 25; the NEt and S E J of 'ty, which they are prepared to make up to order ina I-gii'vs.and such like, to repair. Cholera.Bowel Compl inK Dysentarj, Weak St.m-

ELSIE-STEWART, Adh', :. I Satin Plaid d'Lolre. Delain !e 29 ; the S W J, and the S W 4 of N W 4 of sec workman like and fashionable manner and on RTAPONABLE I '7Ve; Pattern. Stock, JfarltiJler.lTJl. &c., being itch Genenl I Debility, LiTer Complaint. Dy.pepia.

01.*', 185.> 42-4 All Wool Dvlains.MANTLES. SO; the' S i of sec 31 ;tIN W 4.S W J, N i and W TEUNS. Also, a. good assortment of iMrye, in Order and (,'. Condition Chnlt1lU\eI Fever, Rhramatism in iu worst Corm,lit-
-- --- ----- F JM; I 'J'l'ntfl 0>il iri.'fiNeuliie ,'cre BUnJs. Asthma Pthisw, Bnicc:: Sores, Want of
t run *
} of S E i of (c 32 ; all of 33 and 85;tbe W ,, N EEADY-MADE CLOTHING;
: Notice I Rirraorms.Painter's
' Action in the Piles ,
E J. and S E i of APC 34 ; theSW3tbeE \ <.f S consisting of"Fine, Black and Colored Cloth Fr< ck and JStnpatc1.Shnftlhg. Kidneys )
TS hereby pven. that the fubscriber, Widow of \TERIAL AND !Tn E4SW oISEINEIofNWI and N W 4 CIRISj Fancy Cassimere, Business Coats, Black and rallies, Plumber Boxes, Hangings for Cbolic, Head and Tdtacbe, Coughs Scrofula fKin '

J. Francis B. Ste.art.ate of J ffCrSOfl county, de. EmbroideriesOF I ofNEiofsec36.In I Colored Raglans and Oven Coats, Black and Fancy Shaftings, Spur Gearing Water and Steam Pipe, Tumors, Swellings, Cuts and Scalds all Paine and or JAtbf'S.,in sEril

'''JI'ed. will x veefcs atlcr: clalelieretif, apply to the EVEEV RfSb.Valencene Township 3 Mouth, Range 1, East. Docskih and Cassimere Pants Figured Grenadineand Stop Cocks Gauge Coeks, Grate Burs, Flaw Castings Scarlet Fever, This medicine ha*
of Probate, for Jefferson I ; Rollers Circular and Upright Saw Mill and whatever form they may appear.
fl(i.Judge county by peti- Fancy Silk and Caseimere Vests. Srgar ,
< Maltese and Hohituu Laces. All but the S W fS W 4 of 1 been befort the public about three years and has relieved
sec ; 2
i- Mon for doxrerin the estate of her deceased lau band, ( 'alohe ; Gust Mill Gearing, Circular and Upright Saws tc_
aecmlius to Uw. ELSIE STEWART, BONNETS, BELTS AND TRIMMING RIBBONS.The thieNWIS E4audE i of S W i of sec ; W -ALSO- Ac, Ac. Generally kept on Hand, or got up on Short more suffering id ibat time than all other similar

VTidow and A mfx. of Francis B. Stewait t, deo'd.Oct. undei signed would also call the attention of the J, S W j-. NE4andW3ofSE J ofsec4theE; A good assortment of black and fancy silk cravats Notice. In Fact, Here it the Place for all that Want parationa combined; For sale at DR. Jons

i 24,187. 43 Public generally to his large and complete Stock of A of N W 4, E of S W 4. W 4 of N Eland N J and ties, shirts, merino, silkjind cotton under shirts Work in this Line Done up Right aud with Dispatch. BULL'B Sarsaparilla Depot, Jo Lot1lhtlle{ and New

Gents and Youths Fall and Winter Clothing, : ofS E 4 of sec I; W4ofSE3auclS E4cfSE collars, socks, gloves, Ac. Having some halt a dozen Engines myself constantly York. _______
f ---Notice. Gents and Youths Fall and Winter of sec 8 ; E i of see lo"; all of sec 1,13,1 and 15 ; The subscribers are new beginners and not entirely I running, caused the Establishment to be erected Dr. John Bill'
t' I wwlI HATS. CAPS all but N W3ofN\V1ofsccl ; J, SE unknown to the community, and they pledge the same cause must keep it up. Therefore, you cad
I ALL persons laving claims against: the estate of J BOOTS AND SHOES.PLANTATION :i, and W i of N W 4 of sec 1 Ii; the N of N E 4 themselves to give satisfaction to all who favor always rely on having work done at theWAKULEA Compound Pectorial of Wild CberHridliettaln euro":
t. A. Shulw deceased j late of.Leon county, arc I und N i ofN W t of sec 21; the W of N W 4. VTofSWNEofNW.EofNEfandN them with their may for Coughs, Coldl! and alldiaeaief of the Throat and
notified to prewnt them to the administrator properly GOODS i patronage. IRON 'trORlS.

authenticated, within the time prescribed by i Kersejs of every kind, Bagging: and Rope, E 4ofS E 4 of sec 22 ; a1 of sec 23 j. tlic N W J. WEBER, I I Lungs.Sold by AMES & LIVELY Tallahassee.
law.or they will be barred; nnd those indebted are I j I Salndn Stripes, Blankets S W 4. W 4 of l E i W 4 of SEt of.sec 24 t; L. DANNI1EIMER. But Here Comrs the Next Important Thing.PAYPAYPAYI Principal Offices-Louisville and New York.

requested t to make payment nnmpdiatel.r.J. Marlboroug St.ipcs and Russets and black Shoes The S W J, SEt. aud W 4 nIX E J of 27 ; the W Sept. 'l6. 1857. 39-tf. June 27, '57. 26
B.JEFFCOAT 1--- ! !
: A mt'r. Plaids, I..m"e's snd KC'u'J. Jeans, 4 ofNE4andSE3ofV3ofsec2S.. --- ---

Oct. 24, lt>57. 43-Sw I I I Heavy Cotton Osnabuighs. 1ni'l all Wool Linseys, II Toirnthi. ]) 12,.South, Range I, IT'csf. 1I I To the Ladies of Tallahassee. Yon will send to New York Philadelphia and Baltimore United States Mail line
I : | 4-4 brown and bleachWool Hats, and have work dune, without for a moment
-WHO WANTS mONEyS60,000 ''I r cd domestic, Steel, Iron and Nails All of sep 7, 8, 0, 10.1; S 1 of"src 1:! ; all of dreaming of credit but here at home, where there are -r R o x-

I Brown awl bleached tJt'e-] C'IJJl'ktR: abutment of tees 13 anll1; the W. S W 4 and W 4 of S E DAVIS: through the kindness of whole- no Batiks or Banking facilities, or surplus capital, ybU NEW ORLEANS: TO KEY WEST
tings Hardware.CARPETING 4 of sec 5 ; 01 ot sec 1C ; S E N F| and N W 4 MRS.I and fashionable and and then
I establishments in Charleston want 1, 2, 3. 4 5 years credit requireone
; nr\I>Efl RV 1U.-MMJ 1 10 i. of 17 A.fD-- ..
UIII .LL.\W'! sec ; sec IS and 19 the! 4 of S W
I al ; and Mrs. M. A. Ilowland of Macon, ha* been enabled to ride from 50 to 600 miles for pay, and probably ,
Ilalvrs mid Quarter Tit:lids mil E 4f E 4 <>f?ec 20 ; the W J of S W J of se to replace! the well selected stock of Bonnets. ultimately expend from 10 to 25 per cent of INTER lIRDIA!E FROltWA PORTS;

i:\ PROPORTION. Riu: ,<(.1,. Throe Ply and III sgi ala Caipds i 21 ; the SV J, S I E:; 4 and NEt of sec 22: tlc JN" Ribbons, {c., Ac.hich she lost on board of the I amount In Collecting Is this right? Is this cnconr- COJSEtTlfc WITH THE
I Parlor W 4 and N E J- ofscc 2. the N W and N of
door 4, SW
Hngml.l Malts. ; i
Southerner in the! Home ImltiJtr ? If ( be
-- - Steamship awful gale encountered aging ) so, cnn yo : surprisedthat ISABEL
JASl'L'K riti'XTY ACADEMY Lo'J'JTKY.HI : I All of the above mentioned articles will 1 1/p sold 4 of sec 24 ; W I ..f ::; W i nnd W 4 of N W t of upon a recent voyage from New York to I it does not thriveArrangements ? STEAMER

"' / of the STATE 41havana C.LORG1A, Il1r'\n as good terms as can be bought of"anv" Hou"e i see 25; the N W 4. NEt and S E 4 of' .=ec 20 ; theS I Savann di. Her flock of fancy goods will be [received I mut be made] for pn.pnnnt1'1' TOR \VASA AND CIIAKLESTOX At LET WEKT. '

City. I j ; E i aud : W i of M-C 2.s ; tlc N W 4, SV j-. and I ] and opened for inspection by. Friday next, I delivery of work through some IIouuin this place -- -,..-
Plan. Single X uml t'rs. : ; of N E 4 'fSiC 20 th- w s W ) N i E: I
( .1
D. C. WILSON. F ; i lU'
I when' she will with pleasure wait upon her customer3.September St. Marks, or Tallahassee-that is far enough from Tixt SOC'tIlERN' 1
----- Oct. Ii 1SS7. 4 (,f fee :SO : all &.f sec SI : the S 1t.. :nnd W 4 of Nr. :
30,000 TJCKE1'-L2s6riUZEs.: __ __ 42 __ ___ __ 2ft, 1857. 39 i borne.
--- -- u. 4 "f "H-c :;:; ; flieS \V3N j of s i: jK 4"of N
-- You be but cannot after
-- good we run our
.t JI/.fI.fH'l to j>.H;,:. W J-. W 4 "fE and S E of may Steamship Comp anyHAVING
>M.l'ii 78,000 Havana Segars i J N E 4 of sec o4 ; NEW GOODS. hard earnings in ths: Department. Besides: when
----- -- the E of N E
4 .. the E 4 of S II i, and the N W iof Labor is credited( out parties try hard to make themselves OF NEW OIu\

il.,': P.-"':11le Without Deiluctimi.ANDERSON OF) the f.lh.'irtg firifo brands now in Stoic SEt of sec Jio. OUR STOCK of Merchandize bj the A' // Gam believe it i is ut half ibne, because they owe Liken the mail contract for above ports. 1 4

A SOX Mahapi-is I and for wile by A.1ICS A LIVELY. lit TuiciifJtijt o, South, Jt111gC 1 II Cs/. is now in store ready to be disposed! (,.- Lr it. two first class Sea Steamers rrgnlarly
Succftort to J. F. ,\I n.nR, Malla cL 4000 Young America, The assoilmcnt ta and of
i general, unnecessary j-peci- DANIEL LADD. twice a mouth, meeting in the Spanish Hole] on the
: :>nfifl Ilo Nr.pi.-r, The N W J, S W J. :tnIV i of N E j of sec 3; f
Our Lull1it! *draw in }1.Icon. Ga.(Sm..11 Schemop) GuOO Muud.ie Ne\a IxinJie". the K .1 of X E: i, E 4 i.f S E JW 4 of X W } and I IW : ficationDry Goods Groopiics Crockery, hardware, New Por July 11, 1S57. 23 15th and 29th,and leaving the same evening.**

{ every Saturday,alul in Savannah,Ga.(Large Schcme!) 8(K)0) Empress Eugnii: A ofS W i of Sl'e1 ; the N W i nnd X E 4 of i! Notions, Clothing Boots, TIIK "STE.1 MEK PJA } *

t about: the 15lh of every zouutii.CLJSS 5UOO( La Iblctas, sec C ; all of sec 9 ; the N E 4 ami the W i i of X W 1"- Shoes, Hats, Ac., itC.I' |f1I Taylor's Cotton Gins. wil11ea'e New Port in the morning and St. Marks'
___ 4000 Old Figaro, 4 (.f see 10 ; the N W j- and N E 4, nnd' the N 4 of i terminus on the arrival! of the Cars front Tallahassee
CC, 2000 Mori Mura,, 5 W } and N i of SEt of see 11 ; Fraction of hcc- Our prices arc moderate, and a reduction made lo TVTE have on hand Gins of 40, 45 and JiO SJVTVST taking mail! passengers, baggage and freight? to nil

10000, Ija. Fnvouriti: I ion 13: ; Fractional sections J 15 and I G. I' C'anh purchases. All are invited to call and; examine f and( can deliver them either here or at Newport from the Steamer,and returning in season fur the afternoon
DR.W0\. 15Tn, ]1857 AT them.] T. HAYWARD A SOX.
at 2.5u Saw, 1st n'xf.ALfiO
fiOOO; Andestlcs Rivas-, In Hiirlfu'liJ{ awl lIujiI.insSurreys' / ; per payable January train .
AIMORY HALL SA\.4. XA". C5A.; 10000 La Fonlica, Sept. 19, 1857. 38-St The ti'atellidg p'ubllc Can now rest assured that thU
Lots 1, 14, W i of sec 15 : -a11 of 26; 20, 43, 45, ----- .
UwltrtJif Sttmtn i finjHTtHlti'tltitci 'ifW. 7000 El Dc Oiii.n, -- 50, f.S. 70, 70!, S3:;, si. 9-::. ?::. $150 Reward. Drown's Washing 3IachineC'( wade at Columbus, long desired and frequently attempted communication
2000 RegalLi Lonihcs.l .. .,. Georgia. HOPKINi! iL )3IEGINNISS to and from the above ports is in such hsniN a
R. Symous auJ J. M. Pro!i tips, EMJS.CAPITALS I. I. 'l'EfllSncthiiril- of the puirba' e fl101 icy tH.c Agents
2>00 EWcioB. ;) till I AX AWAY from the Subscriber Leon Cotin- August 8, 1857. S2 [Sent. to warrant permanency nnd success.
----- paid at !.tin..1 of sale, the: retniiinJt-i: in equal int-tal- 1 I" copy.
of >>t.O.itQO.z.lioO.' ?10/tOQ' fr.000. ,- Oct. 17. 1 S:7. 42.Southwestern. I m
fKKtO' ,2000. Z; Prizes '>f -,WlIO.lJ' of ?;r.oO; ) 100 __ uf I lclt.c. .' ". I\. IS. aged 40, Lair a little grey, six feet or upwards I clearing them at the Custom House, before glli"g' ">n
of*1(1\1.) 100) of H u. roon: of xso and '5. Approximation Rail Road joiix BIAIM; : ). iiccc'vcr &c., i iu ]liiijjlit: ], hiih, cheek bones, low forehead, board.
)prizes aYiiiunting ?3,700 of the p.llI.Ie"b: ; Land Company.Tsillahussee clumsy in gait. NICHOLAS] aged 40 or upwards, i iS tjJ.Allio look aft your Baggage yourself.

n7"Jc' Ti'h-t.t J JU. 1/',"es ;. QU(7/'fCTS :.5tt. :J3aD.kI : : Oct. r. I lrt7.; 4(1' feet I 10 or 11 inches high. ToM[, aged \1 JUt :$>/. ]i 10 Oil 1200 fiaII For further particulars. Apply to
._. low in stature, features long light built Torn and DANIEL LADD, Agent.
-- -- I SUBSCRinr.RS continue' to lake bills of the The'.Florida Sentinel and Wakulla Times ill
f'l-IIE \\ of CORN and 4 5000
Lewis not black Nicholas. or New I'ort, Fla 11, 1S57. 2S
are n- as II July
Look to your iotere t and this Scheme with TS'iIIILS
compare BANK in of G"xxls of please tIe abo\. .
payment copy ) of BACON
..U1t 11'r. l.md. e\ery --_. I They will either lurk in the vicinity of Tallahassee pounds on --------- ----- -
BUTLER: t DENIIx\M. ------- "
-- -- .. _. ( or endeavor) to mate their way to Manatee, River or j Miccasukie. Refer to FULTON FOUNDRY
Oct. 17, 1857. 42f For -
I Sale
Bank Not"F of sound Batiks taken nt par. __ South Florida! where they formerly lived. j 3Ie3srs. G. & J. MEGINNISS. .

Checks on New ()remitted for priv*. I At Private 600 Oau','(s of Frosli IIKrnl .:.J..hlw.rl"HIS I I will give twenty-five dollars each for said} Ne ]" July 4, '57. 27 Ta1.1ahn.ssoc, F1a. -

AiMrfss (Jers for tickets or Cei tificaU.s of IVickages Sale. LIMC i Ji8 bip.-rior quality. and will com- gros if tak"n In the counties of Leon. or Jefferson !| THE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the
dollars] each if takeu in Madison] and dol Rescue GrassS ed. that bate associated themselves in
Tickets t- (1 .LIKELY Young llu11'1 favorably] with Thorna!ton Lime, or with thiity fifty !, they
'"Dl"f! "ON i- SON Manngrrs.Macon II f. X -ALSO- any iithcr for plastering or for any other purpose' for lars each if taken beyond the Suw.uifie-e, and delivered IEISONS wishing Good Seed can be sipplied i business, under the name and style of

or Savannah, Ga.Oc A flue 4 Mule Wagon wilh hameKFfa completeR which Lime is uFet]. We challenge comparison. Ajvply to me or secured in jail sa tfint I get them. I \\jUt any quantity they may desire, by applying CArdy, Baya & Co.,
24, lt.57. 3. II. BERRY, Auc. .te.Oct. ) to JOHN ). RAYSOR, JcfH-rson ;EO. T. WARD.
fo the at bushel.
subscriber t3 $10
per peek or per fc r the of following the trade of Found nUll
--- ---- -- Tallahassee, Oct. 3, f 857. 40C5F" > purpose *rs
10, 1857. 41Plantation 1 2 miles S. E of Monticello.Ort. .
"V17E the undersigned) will take, Southwestern R.f --- .---- S, 1857. 40tfNOTICELand The Sentinel l, Madison Messenger and Tampa ; I will deliver them at Tallahassee or Newport and Machinists,and are prepared to execute all kinds! of

4t I R. 3Iinjy. for Gods or in payment fur Ac- -.-.. -- Peninsular, please copy four weeks and send bill to gh'c.nDY instiuctions they may vi i-li in regard toseLdinZ. I work appertaining to this bu ine.-9. Steam Engines
Goods. "J.
; cotmt at Par. this SEF.GAR. furnished to order and warranted to give sati r.'lctiJn.

IinpKIX-3 .t MEGIXKISS. O PAIRS Riit: -tt Slogans; Sale.I fftice.Ladies. -- -.- --- Quincy" Sept. 1 2. 1 837._._ 87-8-.V Sugar Mills aud Castings' of all kinds made with
oUU ----- --- ------
HODGKISS, SCOTT Ocl17. 1857. 42 2''I\O.( N<"gm BhnUto, I -' county, in Chancery. I will offer nt private ale I For. Sale. all kinds of Machinery, and Engineering They
I 5 BaFc (;un'iy r'agtt;, to the )lifehe'-t biiMer b.-fore the Court House in Tal- LATEST Fall and Winter shIes of new and beau are also sole agents for Hoard A Sons Steam Engines

The Original Extra QualityCORN 20 Coils P.ro H-po" bLa.l', ;.u the lint Monday III November next, that I Stripe and Bayadere Robes of Silk, .9 0 BALES good Northern Hay, per Bark II.'L. for Ginning Cotton.:Grinding and Sawing, and liar-
1"JO": Pound] 1aIitTwine: fiuc Plantation Poplins and DeLaine, Trimmings, Laces Ernbroidei Rutgers. rison's Grist Mills $r stcfcra or horse
belonging Ui the estate If Lewis \t1. I ISclir.
dc..just received by 20 Bbl*. fresh Irish Potatoes, just received per ,
STARCH. 40 I'l 5 1's Nvtrro lure.F' and Lin'HF, Sander] deceased, lying near Lake 31icco.=ukie, in Wild JOSEPH CARDY.
"I3REPARED osprcsrfy for PudJmjr*. Ice Cream 4 1)ZIO Wo,,f H.it Lcou county, nnd eriritaiimifj S40 acre The Plantation 19, 1557.HODGKISS 38PLANTATION SCOTT & POOLE.Sept. Pigeon.MeNAUGHT, ORMOND & Co. WILLIAM DAY

JL Cake?. Bance 3Iatige, Custards. Pie*. Porrig'os, i I. 1 Bbl. of Cheap Xt-jjro Tobacco.'; is ono of the liebt' in Leon cmintv. Ttaiis OK -- --- Newport Sept, 12, 1857. 37 '. JOHN CARDY
.\(. Itt-eive.1) freeli by AMES LIVELY. For sale nt the lowest pi ices bv SALE-One-thin,! Cash, balance in one ;and two lears, ---- --- 3iay 30, '57. 221yNEW
J. Oef G. <1: .1. NEGINNISS. interest from date FOR SALE. -
1, 8.17.; 42 of gale payable annually and secured M CDICALNOTICE.G38SCD .
.---- -.- -----.. Oct. 10,.Ib57. 41-Gt I bv mortgage on the Land. TIlE subscriber offers for sale a desirable and val BOOKS.

Butler & DenhamRE -- EDWIN) HART, Plantation, situated one mile from 3Iouti R. r.ORII.-\: J. L. PAWIEK.Drs. .
Notice to Contractors.On Special )1J fcr in Chancery.Oct. ) cello, Fla., counting of lOCO acres of LIK! ; 400 of --- -- -- JUST RECEIVED .ril m.
A Mv ojM-nmz l1qir FALL and WINTER 3, 1S57. 40-iw which ere in cultivation] and under good fence, the GORMAN &

JE\. STYLES iihicli coinjri-c n complete and varied u-2 '-;. oitmpnt in evt-ry department In the Silk and Tallahassee! October 3 1857. the house associated tberflselv I DOREA Stroller in Europe
J f From New York I improvements are good, n good dwelling HAVING together in the ;
beautiful and eianLSitlestriped )kJ Office, for the Grading-including the clt.-iiing P RR: BRIG r 1:JJIL1 O1V" : Jugs nfl, the location i is favorably situated for health. professional services to the citizens of Waukecnah DR. DANE'S Arctic Expedition;

Silk. Robes, and grubbing of Sections Nos. 1,2,3,4,5, 0, 7, and RUSlIED Sugar: Onions,' Any perS'iu1, wishing: to purchase, trill please call and surrounding country. MEMOIR of S.S. Prentiss,Speechcp, Ac.-:
FJonnwd: dark ground, and see fur themselves. 15, 1857. 3311NGER'S THE DAYS of my life_A novel by.the
8, West Tallabafscc, in Leon county! as far as V_ Loaf Rio Coffee, August
do l "
I bright Oeklockonnee river. Powdered u. Java TER31S-One-half cash the balance in two or author of Margaret and Zaidee;

Solid Black Color Moire Antique, Also, for the clearing grubbing and grading in Madison Bee Hive Syrup, Starch, more years-interest payable annually. SEWING ISABEL-A novel;
Sections Nos. 66 67 Dried EMILY CLARK, Extr'x.Monticello WU'E-A novel:,
r Flounced Berates wine colored county 62,63,64,65, Apples, Soap,
and] 70, as far as Suwannee river. Rice, Pepper, Srpt.19, 1857. 88 new nevo
i Delaine Robes '
I a Baize I Also for the clearing, grubbing and l grading, of 35 White Beans, Ginger, 1--- by Slmma; Ac. Ac.
} Together with a fine assortment of Black Silks McDOUGALL
Black Silk Velvet !' miles in Columbia county-Sections No. 71. to No. Fulton Market Beef, Alcpiee, 1 Boots & Shoes. HOBBY.
t Basque width Shepards Plai.l. July, :7. 27
105 inclusive from
I --- Snvannee river to the Town of Saleralis, Sweet
; Figured Merinos, Plain do, Black Bombazine, Frtnch Oil], from the Gamble a &,

i Setts Embroidered Sets, Brussels point Applique Setts, I Alligator.The work is divided mto Sections of ono mile in Pot Soda)Ash, Sperm Adamantine! Candle,, p:J; RECEIVING of BOOTS 4 SHOES f?'Hi Saw Mill &, Mill Site, Near Town
1 Real Candles
point White Jlluslion of
Capes.Oct. and Wb
I 17, H57. 42Mantillas length. Bids to be made for one Section! or for the Maccaroni, Gieeu Peas 1 every variety descriptiorL >: For Sale.
whole of the work. Section by 8e tfnh. Mace Asparagus

; Proposals arc also invitdd for one Itail Road Bridge Pickles assorted, Tomatoes, r Sept 19, 1857. 38 TIlE MILL SITE, togclbc- will* a new SAW

Cloaks, &c. for a single track at Suwanneb'river, to be cdustruc- Yoasl Powder, Current Jelly" I r complete ready for running within five

; lined and unlined, ted on Howe's plan. Matches, Lob!ters.- Hats & Caps. miles of town known as the Munson. and n pre recently
TALMAS Full information in the Richard's Mills i is offered
with Hoods regard to details of the work now at a bargain.In -
Printed Plush do can be had on application to this office.L. ALSO AlA: FINEaAAOrtmeDtofHATS,' :.O..ll.INES. a wet time too water j rivilegc w gond and by attaching -
W. DU BOIS. Chi.r A general assortment of Teas I Full and Winter Stylcs'HODOKISS a small engine for a dry lime affording the
Cloak .... .'l'"iOC I
Basque "-,. :0 r SCOTT A POOLE.Sept HAVING been appointed Special Agent for the best chance abont TallahiVse for
V\" JO 187. very economically
7.navc 4lf -AL50- the above the undersigned
Wrappers. '19, 1857. 38 is now pre
Moire and Cloth Cloaks, I An extensive assortment of c.ssoiletl( CANDY. .. : -- -- .. --- pared to furnish them to order,together wth! fqll instructions producing lumber. The pond being large and entire
Rih Velvet do I -T Boarding House and For sale by R. H. BElt htY. & Gents for their use. One Machine is equal to 8 ly surrounded by a method very good of timber region, affords
Boys economical
a. very e getting stock next to
:5lJlp. 10 Seam tresses, and all kind cad
Bhck or good Sewing
r.u providing stock location
HOTEL KEEPERS. be done. One two of those Machines be seen
er can
Tipp Cjcaks.DUTLER is nearer ton 2 S miles ttan .
by or mill ite
Medical of at any time by calling on the undersigned at his resi-, any
A DENHAM. -PIlE subscriber offers for sale, on easy College Georgia A LL and see our Stock. It is large and well se deuce in Tallahassee. Singer's Gazette devoted fouod. .
OcL17 paper
--.-- ]857.12 JL terms, a commodious Brick Building in ID11] .AT AUGUSTA. .,. 0 I lected. HODGKISS, SCOTT A POOLE. to Stwing will be furnished to any one on application By calling on Mr.Jt RicliardX former owner) nit .
the Village (Monliocllo, Fla., 72 feet by 40. Twenty-Sixth Course of Lectures in this In Sept. 19, lS5'l. C8 gratis, where the Prices of the different sizes the Plank Road, any furttier1 ihTormntion can be had,
Bonnets Itcontaiuh 14 bcbiiles thcse in the attic THE or of DANIEL LADD
large rooms, Newport
P. P.
I : will commence on MOiiDA't,the 2nd may seen. .
Mxl built for Hotel. Sept.,185'i. Sft
was a
PREACH ARTIFICIALS &c. NOVEMBER next. Notice.1"'II August 8, 1857 32
To to Hotel
desiring or
any One keep a private
BONNETS,trimmed and pkin Boarding BO.UI.e. this: place! offers peculiar induce t I M.D.Emeritus Professor Anatomy, G. M. NEWTON, E undersigned, six months after date, will pre- SCHOOL NOTICE Tallahassee Sash and Blind : .

Artificials Feathers l801 ted l, merits at this lime. The j Pen nc..la and Georgia II. F. I to Hon. Judge of Probate of Lean County,
CAMPBELL M. D.Surgl'ry -
linnet Ribbon, Velvet and Silk deM-j i I Rail Road pas es within four miles, nn-l ns soon as Anatomy, L. A. DUCAS, M. D.) their final accounts of the estate of Alfred M. Gatlin, R. aud Miis AULD will open a private Schicrl} 1wI1J"HE -.

IVf-ss Trimmings, Sh <)le.l 1 Velvet, I completed to tl.is ]pllillt (probably by March next.) a Institutes and Practice of Medicine, L. D. FORD, I IM. deceased, md ask for a discharge from the adwinis- I)at their Residence inMouticello, on Monday,28th- ; ? undersigned adopUiLJs method informing '-

Ulaek Velvet, iLsclies all kinds, branch will] connect this place: an-1 the main road i I). trutiou of said estate.SARAH. Septemper. ? public, that he has recommenced the above

SwariVUown, thus greatly ineicasilig the present ninoi.nt; of tnuel. Marietta Mcilica, Therapeutics nod Medical Juris- A. BLTTON. Extr'x.L Sept. 19,1857. 38-3t business in tht city of Tallahassee, and would be '

: Tuscan Bonnets, 1'ht l"e is also at this time a preying demand for a j prudu.ce, 1. 1'. GAItYIN, M D.O" TURBU1T R. BKTTOJV) Ext'r.in pleased to receive the'patronage of his friends Shop **

potted Dnnstable Bonnets, good Boarding House, where children sent to the tetricR and Disease of Women and Infants, J. right; of his wife. Sea Island Cotton Gins at the Rail Road Depot L W. BOWEL
; Slate! Bonnets, school from abroad may be accommodated and anyone A. EVE, M. I). Sept. 2C, 1857. S9-6ra March 7. '57. 10
"bite do of character and experience in the business could FEW of BALL'S IMPROVED PATENT
Physiology nnd Pathological 1 H.. V. \.
Misses do doubtless' obtain the first year from 15 to 20 early MILLEt 1 M.D.Chomiftry Anatomy, Florida Reports. A: SEA ISLAND COlTON GINS," for sale by CIGARS LARG ItL just re-

BUTLER & DEM1IAM. boarders. and Pharmacy, ALEX. MEANS. M. D the Iubscribers-tdivcrnble at TallaLasse or New cem>d by
The subscriber would add in Delusion, that in 6 volumes. '
Octl7,1857. 42 I only Demoiibtrator of Anatomy, ROI5T. CAMPBELL, COMPLETE port. Price $125. McDOUOALL HOBBY.
in point of social, moral mid religions advantages M.D. McDOUGALL & HOBBY.Sept. These GINS have given great satisfaction to all March 21,'57. 12Corn. t

Fall and Winter Goods. this place perhaps if second to none of the Villages Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy, S. B. SIMMONS : 5, 1857. 36 who have heretofore had them. .-
I of the South. For further particulars appl to
M. D.
SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving their .i E. E. BLACKBURN, Mouticello :Fla. Laws of Florida. 1857. .
Clinical Lectures will be delivered in tlllII City Hospital Newport, August 32
of Oct. 3, 1857. 40-Sm BUSHELS CORN, for sale by
and at the Jackson street 1857. McDOUGALL & 1000
Hospital. i .OUND to HOBBY. *
FALL AND WINTER OOODS S i *** Augusta Constitutionalist will please publish Fee for whole Course $Ii5.( B 1857. 36 GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES tu HOPKINS MEGFNNISS
I week for three mouths and send bill to adver .000 March 21/57.
rom New York, consisting of once a" Matriculation Ticket (to be takeu once,) ?5. be sold at wholesale! prices. This is the ... .
tiser. -
Dry Goods, Hardware Crockery, Groceries, }'or further particulars, apply to any member of cheapest and best lot of watches ever before offered -- \0

flats Caps, Boots,Shoes, ic, the Faculty, or to I. P. GARVIN, Dean. Shoes Shoes Shoes te the public A gift in Jewelry worth from ?1 to .

which will be sold at moderate prices. Notice.O Oct. 3, 1857. 40 I SUBSCRIBER residing at 3Ioulicello, Flor- _$12 will be given with every watch in proportion to OH, DON'T I IWE

.J O.4 J. MEGINNISS. N Monday the second ((2)) day November next, -- -- -- ,-- -- -- I THE has on bane a largo and general assortment its value. Being desirous of introducing our goodsprominently have received '

'Oct. ISb?. 41-8t the undei signed executor of the lastVihl and GARDEN SEEDS of If cgro Shoes, sny Four Thotsartd airs, made of to the public, in order to met with Schr. just Wm. R. p from N e\v OrientPer
and cash ttia. and New Tt'.rt Per
of Newnan Gilchrist decented late of Gad- excellent material, manufactured at home White quick. ready we adopted this
testament ,
UTA BAO n..d lToprnnd Dutch Tur- by Bark R. II. Gamble
Early method for tUchr We sell a large and Veil selected!
Lamps Fluid &c. sdeu county, }'Ja..jJl apply to the llou. E C. Love, R nip seed, together with Cabbage Beet Mechanics, which he is selling to Planters and Merchants disposal. .
Composition Verge, open face, at $ft 00 A $7 00 .
Judge of Probate, of said county, at his office in the andjOtuer Seed ior ,. at the very low price .f$1.80 cts. per. pair.
Fine Silver Q
ANEW assortment of large and small Court House, of said county, for an order and decree Send your orders as soon as practicable.! A sampleof Lepine, 00" 9 00 -
FLUID LAMPS, to sell the following described lauds as part of the FALL PLANTING, the Shoes may be seen at the store of James Kirk. Hunt case, 12 00 Wines Brandies, Syrups, Ac.
Burning Fluid, Lamp Oil, estate of said deceased, for the payment of the debts Just Received per Bank /.'. 11. flamllc Bey A Nephew in Tallahassee. Lever Heavy Hunt, The Subscribers are determined Cigars after 'this date "'

Solar and Fluid Wicking. of said estate, viz: the West half of lot No.fifty ((50)) For eal<3 by AMES A LIVELY. E.E. BLACKBURN. Case, 15 00 18 00 abandon the system seHing goods on CREDIT.to

Just received, and for sale by and lots Nos.fifty-nine, ((59)) sixty ((60)) and sixty-one, Sept. 19, 1857. '8SPlantationTJoodp Mpnticcllo. Sept: 12, 1857. 37-4m Fine Siver English Patent Lever For Ccah a
Hunt or Produce
case. 25 00 80 00 Country
0. & J. MEG INNISS. (Gl) on Forbes Purchase, according to McNeil's I
Oct. 10, 1857. 416tNotice. survey of a part of said purchase, said \lands. to be ,&1 1I TNA'INSURANCE Heavily Gold Plated Lever, 24 00 we will at any time be happy to serve our custumers -
-. sold for, the payment the'lawful debts and demands GROCERIEB. Gold Anchor open face, $21 00 24" 00 28 00 with gooda of very description at a small advance
iu to sale of the slaves 1. r: ti:. M Lever, Hunt case, 30 00 ex 37 00 above New York and New Orleans price If '
said estate preference a CONPANY you
I- : against thereof. E. S. SHEPARD, Ext'r. B LANKETS;-"Kerseys, LIDr ys, Flannels, Osna* r beautifully doubt it come anti try us. at J. B. Gamble'a .Old '

A LL-personsliafjng) tjeramnds'againit the estate of Oct. 3 857. 40-4w bergs, Sheetings, Shirtings! ItmuettaiUid-'f'Un- OFHARTFORD. ;* engraved, 45 00 Stand, Corner Monroe and Jefferson Street

-t A.: Patrick ILHogan, tdtceftse'l, late of Jefft-rson tation Improvements, also a large Stock; ,QROCE-- Gold English Patent Lever, beautiful BROKAW A RHODES..

county, arc notified tr present them to the nndcreignedadmiuistrator RIBS just being received per Gamble"and Iteming 41Ineorporitrd I' ,- engraved. fio 00 May 23, '57. 21-tf

vitln too time prescribed by law, or TT. S. MarshalVSale, ton. HODOKISS,'SCOTT k root! | i' in 1819.-Charter Perpetual. Gold English Patent Lever, beau- .

they will be barred; and all indebted are requestedto First in November Next. Sept. 19, 1857.. 88. .1'| .., iiij -0- ttful engarved, extra, 60 00 u 10 00 -
** Monday Gold English Patent Lever and Prom New York
make payment immediately.. -' ". ., : I CASH CAPITAL,-Sl.OOO.OOO. -
,JAMES P. QP rRlU.M. AdmtVJWankeenah. BY virtue toYa writ of fieri facias, issued from the Wanted "3 Magic Watche.t. go 00 .i PER K .6.
OcllO, 185L, 41-8w '* office of the United States Court, for the INSURE AGAINST LOSS AND DAMAGE BY FIRE, Gold English Patent Levcr,and J1./Wl 1lEJl1JPrWr. \
& Northern District of Florida, wherein Nathan Rack- MMEJIATELYa steady,honest MIUi.. rvant ca- ON TEaMS ADAPTED TO TUK HAZARD, Magic Watches, BO, 00 '. 100 00 OTARD Brandy, Aincan13rnndy.

hey is Plaintiff) and Thomas Saunders is'Defendant, J. pablo taking charge ofa Dining Room. To such a AND CONSISTENT WITH THE LAWS Any of the above Tvatchet, together with a gift '_Peach :'

Notice I hcve levied upon and will expose for sale within person, who i is willingto make himself generally) useful, OF COMPENSATION.B. >: ill' be sent by mail, free Of postage. A catalogue .Malaga Wine OW "JVffj! Ionou-

AV pe'tfJ&, )having;; demands against the cslfltc Icjjal hours, iti rout of the Court House door, in the :I wilieive good Laundress.A.wages. None other. B.need NOYE3.apply.AleoTgood ) ..-. ., C. LEWIS, Agent CiTirur ftarticalars, will be sent, on indication to ,I Madeira" 5hiA1ahiv.key,

Stephen Lightsey. late ofJcflerson county, town of Quincy, Gadsdcn county. on the first Monday StMarks Oct. 8 1857. _. GCO.DOWNING &00, Sherry Jamaica JlmnHolLuul .:'
fleeeased, will take entice that they mist TTrnseut th? in November next, the following described property, ,40-iw- F. T1aue' and vicinity. No. 83 South Third Street, Philadelphia. Tenerife u Gil ;

"me.to the uudefitgned duly authenflcaf! Uhirt (fl-wjt: Simon, a man about thirty-eight years of age, Heir & Coles .". August 15, .1857.' 33. '< N. Newspapers throngbont the country, by- American Bam, AmeiuOiiScotab .*"

tIe time pnerib l'by law, or this -notice will be .InJJfalinpH [ \T'om:1O: nged about thirty-eight years ; giving this advertisement six insertion,, will ..reetivop4fmeni Ale in Jngs

p1ead; in barr their recovery; and all nersonr fn- olJ. tcvlct lt! ( ;dE'htetl.to. said 4Ist.tt. are JerLy notified to make I and to U' sold to.hsri.! iJ'>n according to '**". Storage and Selling Cotton,and will case;worth$5or 'toy other Jewelry of the 'same' .tL801. ? .""

,IDntd tte ptyroeot therer.f tn tie uwlcrei ncd f. EFJAChI :: 1T.8-1WdI1\11 make liberal l advances t u C4tog consigned IQ their FRESH,euppjy, ,just received'and for sale by value payable on ib. receipt of the* first.copy containing 20 BaskeU Heiddo CtTIJ *.' \t.r .
JANBLlGHTSEY.Aduit'x.jt $" cere, .EsT4YI1aY! the tdvertioemeDt. G. D. A 00tpt. I0Meb.stSegw. : ; "

'ttl..ut.ir.el1u, '. J u. 857. 41-8w By JOIJMf. RHODES, 1). l1.ltsl. .-SspLlD,1S57., ,rt t 19t.1857. 38 Fur f&1e bf' R.ll. '
I O.t. :, 411-WI .I Septembtr 26, 1&57. S'J Sep.!. ,,.'}8n.-. ;,. ... .

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Is pvbliahed trery SATURDAY by rECT, MOST CONCISE LIVERY ui fiLl $TIILI CAGE infcfm the citi and eit Iron
EDITOE Pao'u.ToJt Til AX tIJ TALLAHASSEE 'WtuDA.B and vindnity, that :
olTJb b b and dealer ia aU kinds or Plain ray
f lvi War,
At Two Dou-taa per aooom, itt ad & than the Best z PHR rtobHelor would il1.rotm opened a bop i this place joiningSrekaw's Tin take pleasure in informing cti i : .UD It

PIIMiaW 1rrtzirwThe H _I his friends and he Livery Stafcies, Tallahassee W.re and the .unocnding country, i t LIVERPILLS.S .

TERMS OF ADVERTISING.Ovesqoareof J rHQw. IILW II l'hir. M publlt, that be has ttlttlH hi l",_ in Ike faulldlng formerly occupied Jr L. Groper, i prepared to wart 0 all that wish to patronize _

12 liD,or less first insertion. $1 00 11 REA TEST DISCOVERY of the PrestoJT 11I:2 I large Bnck Stabtt*, al the old stand, and is DOW where be i i prepared to do all i of work Id his II hm! his Jibe or Luo.He also tender Li thank f 1'....".best Pr.psrafla,..fth,'II.
*' ** neb .ubMKaeat] 50 \ Century of DetccingtDUNTERFElT I prepared to accommodate his friends and customers line, at shortest notice and on the most to friend, pllli generally Yt
Professional DasioeM Card,inserted atflO He abo baa attached 1 to hi. Stable,a good Blafktmtth 1EASONABM1 liberal with ) I* Las heretofore
anoon.Adrwt"eine. per B.XKOTES.. ; 8hoi.'hte be will hate bate dene all ktbdof TERMS, I II j favored,patronage and be bob*, that a continuation of the fame They are not reconv

t* not marked with the number of Detcribmg Every Genuine Bill in Existence,and Plantation work unite Mnxinp,and Carriagt-work in I I such a carriage painting and tnmmln making new : will be giantedhim. !
iasertwos will be contained until forbid, and charged Exhibiting at a glance evciV &HiBtcr- th* very beet manner and with promptnws abddlsNovember I buggies and wajrqos,a a knd repairing. laIn I I, He will eon4tahtl; kep obhsnda full supply of all as Universal

aeaordiogly.By cit in Circulation f patb.I procured a first i iI of Ware usually k*A "> eslaUisbmcntof Li.

CertifieaU. of publication of Irgd or tate ; Arranged m admirabSv. that REFERENCE i* j I &. ts&!. *4 __ i i Carriage Painter and Trimmer, i I a of bosincas. A full assortment ofSheet Iron, f Cure-alls, but simply fot-
otieea will not be given umfl the fee ispaid. t EAST and DETECTION 3 I I Ii lie Sheet Cistera
adverticiag i : Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, i iI i from NewYol. the undersigned i i. prepared to do I It Slet Lead; Lead other Pipe article; ln IUDp i what their

INSTANTANEOUS gjt I For Sale kj I'. B. Brokair. i this kind of w* well and in the latest style, a it i 1 a a great many to name pur..
I : ti0 .
No Index to examine! No parr* to hunt COop i can be done North. '-
University of Louisiana Bat *o simplified and arranged that the CD I HHE Subocriber just reerivedarery II III j i All those wo have this kind of work to do, and : TO BUILDERS. ; .
I J Merchant Banker and Buioec Men can sell at ftI I : larpe supply of Carriages, wish it done a manner that will not fail to give i Tin Roofing,Guturi Copper and Tin Conducting ports.The
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. a Glance. 00 Buggies. and Ham***,which he offer I I ntifacLo wend do well to call on : Pipes Ac.all of promise to do in the mOtwork.maDJike VERMIFUGE for
p '.1 1 for sale on the roott reasooabl* terms. I WM. KUHNS. '* manner and style, and of the best ma ,

T E AoBoal Coarse Lectures in this department It ha taken real*to make perfect this 0 :I November 18, 1854. 46MILES May '6 18 ;': terial, 0 shortest notice and most reasonable term : expelling Worms from
will emmenee on MONDAY, November 16tb, I GREAT DISCOVERY. ** ; -- -- -NASH- --- -- &-- -CO.-- -- !,I I,1 i Having Wen engaged for the last eight yen in

1 857.and will terminate in the ensuing March. 'i i Piano Fortes. I 1 bu.ine at this place be think it unnecessary to recommend the human has
JAMES JONES 1 D., Professor of Practice of Med The urgent necessity for such a wee k has long M i Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &C bi any further to th public a* regard system,
cine.J. been felt by Commercial men. It baa been pubj j> I JE arc to furnish Piano l mecbani. the same time he i also been
L RIDDELL. M. D, Professor of Chemistry. lubed to supply the call for such a Preventive, ,_* I JUST received i from New York per bark R.H.OUll- I tV Forte p pre te very best quality, "i' his epblitie.favor him with a call,good work and administered
and need but.to be known to be Universally u ccneral assortment of articles in our line, liberal terl. I!
D Professor of
WARREN STONE M. Surgery 1 cheap price with the
JL H. CENAS, M. D. Professor Obstetriw. Patronized. It does more than has ever bern attempted M such as Oil of almost every kiixl. Burning }Fluid I.I They are second t none Iu. any country either as Ii i removed from the old stand formerly known most satisfactory
White Lead, Zinc and other Window Gla of Having ,
: '
It describes BankNote paint s to
M. of Materi by meo. jy every i or be will be found at his stand cur
NOT Slusser
OUSTAVU.S A. D. I. q1lty pr. White ,
Medicine. in three Different Languages, j best (jnaliiy. Putty, Brushes, Potash.Soda Sparkling E'e will be warranted. of 200 foot street, where be will be glad to wait results to various
her I II
Gelatins London Mustard French Brandy best) ,
JOSIAH C NOTT, M. D, Professor of Anatomr. ENGLISH, FRENCH AND 6ERMA.Thu. .". g I. (very ) MILE NASH A t CO. all his friend THOMAS WHITE.
I for medicinal i j purposes, Spices Pepper Lemon Syrup, j February3l856. o to Worrns
THOMAS 5UNT. M. D, Profe sor of Physwlogy j Each may read the same in his_own Native M Inks Quinine, Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Buchu, I I De. 1,1866. 48AVILLIAM I subject. _

and Pathology. Tongue. I i I --. --_ _-_-- --- _-_-__-_-- -
.t- GILBERT S. VANCE M. D, tfmonstrator r>f Ana tat : Belting. Ine LIVER PILLS for
TEEUS.-1 he paper will be about 28 by 42 :Medicines. We keep none but the very best and P. SLUSSEK, ,
tomy. inches and will contain the most Perfect BankNote *S I hope to merit LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Belting,of
The roomsf or Dissecting will be open on the second List Wished. .. I your patronage.MILES NASH,
Monday in October. Together with the rate of Discount. I Man-h 29, 1S56 18 to Leather, and 75 per cent cheaper; in fact considered -
The Faculty are Visiting Fbytieians and Surgeons Also a Lift of 0 I --- --------__ -_ -- by those who Live tried them,superior to Leather MANUFACTURER OF COPFERTIN AND SHEET all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS -

The Students accompany the Professor in their A. B. CLARKE by LADD. DEALER PLAIN F AND JAPANNID SICK
I A Complete Summary of the Finance of Europe ACl ,
,;cit and, free of expense, enjoy extraordiuary practical i Npwpoft._ 42
I OLI8,1866. WARE.
anJ America will be publi.-hed in each e IiI H 3
adrantagee.Preliminary to the Course. Lectures will be delivered I! tion, together will all the Important news of the K I Is L now receiving his Fall and Winter Stock of I Tow for Bale. Stove Ilcnd-Qnnrterf &C.Purchasers.

in the of tbe ;!: day. Also H Good*, suitable for Parlor
daily Amphitheatre \ SPLENDID assortment Cooking
undersigned offers at sale, the follow- will
from the Iii ef October, on Clinical Medicine and I;' IHTERESTTKG STORIES I ] M 1 iMi THE described property, known private as the Jrat-i i< Lots, .Lj and Wood Stoves,trimmed with ncatues pleasebe

Surgery, and other subjects without any charge totu4enta. i From an Old Manuscript found in the East, and Ij viz: Lots NOB. 3, 25, 27, 30, 48,140,141, 142, 143, I and durability, at reduced price
THOS.HUNT, M. D. Dean. ''t 0 j consisting i in part of French and English Clotlis Casi particular to ask for
where else to be found. It has Work.
no never yet Out Door
appeared 245,
Tb Admioiatratora of UM Charity Hospital elect I'. = meres and Vesting of all colors, and of the best qual 226,227.235,239,240,241,242,243,24 I
in and furnishes the Most
annual in April. 14th Resident Students, who are !I of print, Complete O I] ity, which he is prepared to manufacture to order on 248.246,250,252,253.254,256.257,258, all Roofing.Ornamental Front Heads, Guttering. Cop Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated -
lnftiuta ned by the Institution. History i, the; most reasonable terms and in the most in the original plan of the city Tallahassee. per and Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead,

August 29, 18: 7. 25 I,I ORIENTAL LIFE g ,; FASHIONABLE MANNER, I j| -ALSO--- I Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work VERMIFUGE and
and described the MOT Perplexing Positions in j Lots Nos. 4 ft in of variety done short notice. .
1,2 3, 6,7, County qr.ALSO every a
I BLACKSMITHING !: which the Ladies and Gentlemen of that Country I Together with a general assortment of i I} -- I City nnd Country IHcrchnnts !! LIVER PILLS prepared
have been so often found. These Stories will 5 j READY-MADE CLOTHING, I to call befoie by
:- I I continue throughout the whole year, and will 0 I| that will compare favorably with any stock of Cloth !: Lots Nws. 4. 12. 13, 15, 16, 22, 25, 39, 40, 48, Cli I, Are respectfully in.led. give me a purchasing I

rUIIE BROKAW AJL prove the Mot Entert- ining ever offered to the ** ing ever exhibited for sale in this city. consisting of i 6*.in the South i County quarter. i N.B. All articles manufactucd from the I
been dissolved The above described |y very GrL.i.n1 'Yto1
: FITTS having Public. < property formerly ,.
i I Fine Black nnd Colored Cloth and Frock Coats bloge best material and warranted durable. No other arti
the undersigned notifies his :| to Oov. Brown For further I A
Funii hed to Subscribers S iuf"nnstio
I t3T": <* Weekly oi.ly at j Fancy Cassimere and Beaver Frock ar.d Business will be offered for sale. ,
old customers and the public generally, that be has t I a year. All letters.mJfit l I.>e addressed to 2 Coats, 1 which will be liberal,apply to A.Perry Amaker, Esq, I le SOLE Pittsburgh
I made arrangements with D. C. Wilson, by which betakes ; JOHN S. DYE. Broker, Jj Black and colored Cloth, Beaver and Pilot Over- I Attorney at Law, Tallahassee. I October 20, 1855. 4 PROPRIETORS,
the shop formerly] occupied by him, under the Publisher and Propri tor, 2 I) Sack Surtouts, I CHARLES P. MANNING. j -- --- -- - ---- Pa. and take

firm of 70 Wail Street, New York. O I Raglan's Black and Fancy Doeekin and Cassimere I Until gold, the above property will be for rent. I Wines, Syrups, Ac.I no

H. B. Fitts & Co., i ian,1 March 21, 1857 12-ly .. I Pants, .I February A.7-tf PERRY AMAKER. I OLD Otllrd Brandy, Sparkling Cider, other, as there are various
and 16,185.
Best Grenadine, Barathea, Satin Cloth Vests i Port, Old Port Juice
is now prepared to execute all work done in i Velvet Casiimtre Silk and Cashmere do. f --
Fancy ,
Madefra Cberiies
i Dr other
their line of business, viz: I NEW COODS. I White Silk do, I Notice.SIX I Sherry, Sardines, preparations now

Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Repairing ; I GenU'ShawN, Dres-sim Robes, Fine Shirts, Silk, I' months after date, the undersigned will pre 5parkling: Gelatine, Preserved Qulnen, before the

O Carriages and Buggies A I JOHN -PRATORIOTJS Cotton and Merino Undershirts, I'I' their accouDt and vouchers t the Honorable I Flavoring Extracts, }'ear public, purporting -

Plantation vork of 'I I Canto Flauuel and Jeans Drawers. Judge of for the county of Gadsden Yeast Powders, Tamarind., to be
MERCHANT TAILOR I ALSO ask final settlement and ant Spanish Vermifuge
etery diseription, I fo a discharge from the Olivl Srices

Mill Irons and repairing same, Ironing Wagons ; Dealer in Ready Made Clothing andGetlemen's A general as-wtmont of Fancy and Black Silk and I; said ministrtio, deceased of the estate according of Cornelius to law.English, late of i W"reeltenbire Corn Starch, Sauce, PIckles Salad Oil, [ and Liver Pills. All

Satin Stocks, Ties and Cravats, Collars, colored and county
and Carts
Goods JOHN G. SMITH, ) English Mustard, Capers,
Famishing white Kid and Silk Gloves Buck and others
Lisle Threaddo Adm de .
aoJ iu fact every other dis ription of work made of I -- -4.- Ladies Gauntlets Linen, Cambric and I WM. H. GUNS, \ oOj DOD.i Claret, Cocoa, m comparisonwith

Iron and Steel all of which we WARKAXT, and pledge I am note receiring my Fall and \Vinter supPly Silk Handkerchief, Brown superior and Fancy Cotton, Lisle i July 4, 1S57. 27-6m AMES d LIYLY. Dr. MCLANE'S
5 185 are
onrMlres to execute at tb. shortest notice. ---- --- --- -- Jannary ,
Cloths Cassimcrej !, Thread and Marino J Hose, fcc., ic. CALL AND I
H. B. FITTS. : of Vestings, 4c0) BUY. I Dr. P. P. LEWIS ORANGE SPRING Worthless.

Fb.l4lS:7. 7-ly Every Color, Style and Quality, i I October IS, 18SG. 42 I _ IVES notice to his friends and patrons :,
1--- -- --- -- ---- i that he is now in possession of Male & Female I The GENUI McLane's
Notice. I which I am prepared to male up in the most 1I ForSale : all the latest improvements Dentis Semiar.
'T'MIE uoJerrigneJ has made J arrangements ,ith II fashionable style, on short notice I A VALUABLE PLAXTATIOX ix LEO* Coi'srr, FLA. :; try. let, The extraction of Teeth, without producing I rpI situation of this i iI Vermifuge and Liver
i aid of local which consists L finest Sulphur in the and ia unsurpassed I
the a application,
JL I by 'ountry
B. Fitt to take charge of his Blacksmith Shop pain Spriog
1 \/ ILL be sold at pri7atesale, that fine plantation
AND REASONABLE TERMS for health. of for steun
and Itan'] and solicits, for the firm, the i : in applying artificial freezing mixture to the parts easy access Pills be had
", new p3trrJDi T T known as the Ifarrtn Place, formerly and a few hours 38& can now at
ALSOA t until benumbed. 2d The of bat ,
of his old customers. D. C. WILSON. I fully immediate\serton stging.
age t owned by Col. David Barrow, and now by Bryan with of .
'. Temporary Set, on Gutta can be Principal experience twenty year,
Ff'b. 14.1857. 7-ly LARliE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF Croom some ten miles.N. E. of TaIl8ha gc Theplantation n I and aided by a of assistants will devote all respectable Drug
-- -- -- ------ ---- worn with comfort, and ease till the Gums are fully corps competent I
; READY-MADE CLOTHING contains Twenty-five Hnndre! Acres ofLand for Set then inserted : whole time to improvement of his pupils.
a hl
DENTISTRY.DR.T.J.CURLEE prepared permanent ; on th I
the of which is land Stores.FLEMING
,i greater any : session will .
1. that beautiful plan calledeoutinucus Gums,which are commence Monday, January
Consisting of every garrnf-nt suitable for winter wear, ;i in Florida. There are about twelve or fourteen bun : 12,1857. For address t
I much and admired, for and particulars ,
audi as Cloob',Talmas, Coats,Vets, Pants, tc., Lc, I, drcd acres of open laud, and the remainder finely timbered so cleanliness. beautyltreogtl R. ANDERSON, Principal. BRO'S,
'XTILL continue io future, the practice of DES which will be disposed of at low pricpr. '' including a large quantity of very superior land, perfect t Nov. 29, 1856. 48 I ,
if TISTRV, ;iu South Georgia, and Middle and Also, a large lot of Plain nn.l Fancy Shirts, Collars, : vet to clear. The improvements are very goodaI May 31, 1856. 22 :i 60 WOOD ST., PmS tRGH PA.

Ewt Florida. lie has had several years practical experience Undershirts,Cravats, SldtVn t Hos-iery, in the profession, the last three of which has ': Those desiring a tliorough out-tit will consult their :, negroes, good fences drc. The plantation will b sold II Noticc.S MEAD
been in tbo e sections ofeountry. His work is of the own intere!>ts by giving me a call, as all the above articles I I for onethird cash, the bal.mce in one and two years Rugs. I SCO
IX Mouths after date I shall final SL Sew Orleans.General .
most beautiful and durable character and satisfaction have been selected with great care and with a !: with interest from date of sale. The plantation will FINE LOT Brussels two and three Ply WoolCarpeting. and present my accounts No. 111.Charters ,
vouchers States t
to the Hon. Southern ,
ol Pro for the
i* guaranteed in every instance. special 5ew to theiraiLiptatioH to this market. : be shown to any one desiring to purchase, by Mr. A a few pieces Wool and Cotton bate Judge Wholesale agent
of Leon
All communications sent to Monticello, Fla. will October 18, 1856. Iv42TiutOUGH !: Hyman, the manager on the place. Purchasers will do., and flue Hearth&Rugs and Drugget, for sale rightat I John, Ccok deceased county,late a of executor saJd of the estate of whom all or Jen must be addressed.Sold Mil
attention county, and ask to by Ames d Lively E. Barnard Jr.
receive as soon as previous engagements imply; to the undersigned in Tallahassee. LADD. I I
-- -- -
will W. b discharged. THOS. J. ROBERTS, Et'r.Apri Nub A Co, Tallahassee, Fla.; J. S. M. Daviw-a
permit. CALL.
Newport, Oct. 18, 1856. 42 I 18, '57. 16-6m TV. T. Csrp urter
'- -- -- ; -IN 48 HOURS July' 26, 1857. 30tfNotice. ----- Quincy; Gardner 4 Mills Newport ;
II I I _. __ __ ___h ___ __ -- ----- -- -- ----- A Co, Waukeenab; Mosely 4 Pope. Madison
REFERENCES : : Notice. ; Palmer
Ho. J. L.SEW ABB, ).Th9maYiI1e 0 : persons indebted to the estate of Josiah Liver and Sale Stable. W.Rogers i Co, Cbattahooccee; BalbcU df\ ?Jon

Ho). P. E. LOVE; 3 & I WILL wll one of the best Pine Land places in ;: ALL lat of Jefferson County, deceased, E undersigned gives notice Marianna; Nicholson & Zei lcr, Bainbridge,6*

Ho*. W. S. DILWORTH, ) Monticello FIaPla. i Columbia county, mixed with oak and hickory, I .hereby to make immediate payment to : JL that he D.H. Dickinson,Bainbridge ; E.Seixaa,Thomanill,

Ruh.. H.UfJLTO, )f i tta(: euutaiuillgIUO acres, with good and sufficient title the undersigned executrix of said estate; and all persona : _ chased the Livery _-, I
Hoy.J.OMcGnEE:, J Madison, I ICo to the I same. Tl.is land is based ou marl and clay, i I legatees, dietribtTbomsYr, holding : William H.Newsom,in Stabf of with the I Ga.February 21, ISSt. 8-ly
1. .D. C. Port, J JGEX. I I Milton and Chattahoochee, I and is excellent for J..JIIg Staple Cotton, Corn, Je. a claims or against sid estte, are hereby required : good will of the establishment, and that he is nowprepared I ------- ---- --- ,

-> M. WHIT SMITH Alligator, Fla. U. S. Mail Line i haixlMime settlement dwelling house nnd necessary to present them duly authenticated withui legal i to carry on the business in all its )tranche*, I A Tmes N. B.-Da.Cfu LEE will be iu Quincy during the ; olJthQui-f's. and congtnnt water. I have seventeenacres timeor this notice will b plead iu bar to the recovery i and promises the public with good accommodationsin FLORIDA
latter part of the present week. I in cotton which I will let go with the place if of the same. I his line on reasonable terms.
April 2337. 17 I SomlLcatfs VV ce1.J.1y ; required, two hundred] acres of land the timber has SARAH KNIGIITON, Executrix. RICHARD filii Wholesale and Retail Dealers in dJA
__ ____ ___ j SAUNDERS.
H Mil m Tuesday's and Friday's, at 10 II'' been killed on about two years, logs cut and heaped, Sept 19, 1857. : wiLttachment Sep.6,1856 36 DRUGS AND MEDICINES- Hi
QUININE i nnd 20,000 raiLi split to enclose the same. This i ---- --- --
o'clock, a., in. place is adjoining a large body of good hammockland I Perfumery, Dyestuffs, Surgical Instruments.Spices. .
JUST received 800 Orcccs Stllpll Quinine, : Lrarcx Challahoochcc Tuesday's and Sulur- I that can k bought on good tcrmn. Any person I Notice.SIX I Snuff, Windows Glass Paint,

*' Braud, together with a great variety tlaifs ofterthear.riralifthr..lcamcr from ; wishing information will pWed address me at Tuste. Edward Barnard, Jr, ) In Justices Court, for the I months after date I shall Oils, Vanishes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco,
of Chemicals. AMES fc LIVELY. : V Second of Leon Co.I I present my final ac I and Glass Ware Patent Medicines,
pure Apalac'hicola and the Stage from Tallahassee nnggee Post office, Columbia Cf'UlltJ. E. Fla. r* Dietrc : ind vouchers
to the Hon.
of Probate
Augusts, 1&57. 32 C. H. W. COLLINS. Ii I : White. ) *22 Judge Fine Soaps,Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies
: Fla. and Ga. Nathulc 38.0 Jefferson
II lor admini
Bainbridge, county, as trator of the estate of
---- and Hair Brushes for Medicinal
-- ,
-- ,
' Augu t22, 1857. 34-9w ,! r others interested hereby r purposes
,j I"MI E defendant and all are Ajles Lord, late of said deceased, and csk
Surgical Infirmary for Ne- : IN GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK! I j I! .1. notified of tho commencement of this suit, i iI i for a discharge B from said administratorship.WM.county Paint Brushes, Fancy Articles
Valuable Plantations &c. i I' returnable a Court to be held at Tall I Ii Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Seglrt.They
OROES. rl 'HIS Line is now in first rate or,(r. Th! whole I i t Justice'l alIa. : R LORD, Admfr. have recently received a Large and Fittsvpplyof \
X Stock has been renewed, with new and c<>mf',r- j I! FOR SALE i see, 12th day October, A. D. 1857, and to appear April 1157. 15-m every variety of articles usually kept by

uuder.iipicd having had freqilciii apj,li'catioD6 : table Hacks. The Drivers are careful. 'br and ac j jcommodating. i I j I rand plead to the same. druggists. Planters and Physicians will always find
THE receive patients from various perilous of the A liberal alUwascc of baggage: al- \I 1 I r"MJE undersigned Executors oi John WLiteheadI. : !I Given under my hand and seal this 24th day of Notice.A1 at this establishment a full supply everything tee

country, for the treatment Surgical I and Chronic lowed to each passenger I late of Burke county, deceased], otTer at private I July. A. D. 1857. ded, and on the moat liberal terms
DUeanes, and beio convinced that an Institution sale until the first Monday( in DECEMBER next, I EDWARD M. WET. [i_ s.] persons baring demand against {he estate of Orders from the Country prompljofilled and.ati,fce

founded ujni proper Uuis and conducted in such a AGENTS: the following property, vir: A Plantation iu Burke the Peace. Marl M. Townsend, late of Ln county, de tio a guaranteed,with regard both prices and quali
manner as to prove conducive to the interest of pitroot. : 'I county, on Botfgy Gut creek, near Fryer's Ponds, adjoining July 25, 1857. 30-3m take notice that they present them Physician's prescriptionarefully compounded.J
At Milton, JAB. A. CH.UFIX, John B. Whitehead, M. P. Green, nml others, --- - to the undersigned authenticated within the time tv.
would be of public utility, have jointly opened i duly ,Eppmg's compound Fluid Extract: of Bucha
Geneva, Al'V.. D. MONROE, prescribed by law, notice will be
an Infirmary and are now ready to receive patients I containing 1700 acres more or less, oak and hickory, Notice.SIX plead bar Jan 5, 18516sInsolvent
Campbeltoti, J. W. SMITH, of their and all indebted
from portion of the country. I of which there are 500 acres of fre!h cleared Land, recovery ; persons to said -- ---- -----
nny Marianna, W. NICHOLS date the adminis estate are hereby notified to make -
Months after immediate
One of the best and most commodious houses has I and 700 of well timbered forest Laud. The Plantation undersige pay Notice.STATE
Chattaboochee I). COIAO is well and iu order of the estate of deceased, ment thereof t the undersigned. Estate .
been secured for the -situated on corner of i I improved good -having a
purpose Passengers can be taken through with cettninty, commodious and it-the wiu- late of county, will present his final accounts and LYMAN SMITH, Admt'r.
Price and Cbarltop streets,near the SavT, Albany t i large, new Dwelling on Lo I OF FLORIDA t
Gulf R. Il Depot. security, and with comfort. I| ter residence of deceased. Two and a half miles on- the Honorable Judge.of Probate of raid August 29, 1851 3&8wNotice I II JEFFERSON COUNTY fWM.H

Nurses oJ the best character have been employed, I: (EO. D. FISHER, I ly from Greer '. Cut Station, on the Augusta and county, and ask to be discharged. Admt'r. I ANDREWS, sheriff and admitistrator
Proprietor and Contractor. THOMAS J. PERKINS,
who will be under our immediate uperviion-so ; i Savannah Railroad. ,of the estate David Woolf late of
9, 57. 19-tf Admln'I..1
that planters may be assured that their servants will -- --. ---- I A LSOA July 25,1857. 3o6mAttachment. after date the undersigned Jefferson county,deceased has filed in the Probate
receive every necessary attention. : Plantation I well improved Plantation on Lake Jackson* iu. SIX Monl. estate of Charles S. Sibley deceased, office of Jefferson county. a written suggestion that

Being connected with the SAVANNAH MEDICAL 1! Negroes, &c., Middle Florida, about four miles from Tallahassee, late of county, will present her final account he believes the estate of David Woolfe to be insolvent.

COLLEGE, we naturally feel great interext in FOR SALE IN FLORIDA. I containing 1700 acres, more or less, hammock landa Thomas White ) In Justices Court, for the Seer to the Judge .f Probate of said county and ask to Thereupon notice is given to all persons having
the young men of the class and will during the win l'I considerable portion of which is now under good >oDd Distric of Leon County, MARY D. G.SIBLEY, dmfx.b claims against said estate appear and file the same
ter. operate upon IXDICEXT WHITES from a distance, .I r '11J SUBSCRIBER offej* for sale his well known I ultivlllion.I Nathaniel White. )\ ?21 24 dishe'67. 25-m with the Judge of Probate D?said county, on or before

before the CHM free of charge-they being repaired 'i Plantation, Cuu de Lago," lying on the south I -ALSO- defendant and all others are hereby the 12th day of December next,_when_ there will

only- to .pay. board. aside of Lake Jackson, fix miles from TallalnBBcc, I 250 acres more or less, (If Pine Land,adjoining the TIE the commencement of this suit Botite Notice.SIX be a -rata distribution of the funds belonging to
TERMS: coatJ.zflhJg 1200 acres, more or less, 760 of which are Richmond Bath tract, in Richmond county, with im Justice's Court, be held at Tallahassee the 12th said estate, amongst the creditors thereof: at which
in fine -tale of cultivation. cleared t o after date the undersigned administra time the said William H.Andrews will frr his
Board ten dollar per month. Medical attention a ((400 recently )- provements. of A. D,1857, and to and pleadto moths apply
and Surgieil operation will be charged at the ;J the balance excellent wood land, veil timbered and -A L6O- day the Ot.ober.. appear of the estate James W.Strange, deceased, final discharge from the administration of said Mtatc.

lar rate of the city. rr-gu-l well watered. A Lot at Richmond Bath, with a comfortable and Given under my hand and seal this 24th day of late of Gadsden county, will present his final acuot THOMAS J. CHACE,
The comfortable and well built the Judge of Probate of said and Judge of Prolate.
W. 0. BULLOCH M. improvements are a t county ak to
neat single story Dwelling and convenient out houses, July, A. D. 1857.
JURIAII HAURlSS, 11. D. I dwelling, with verandahs in the front and rear, and known as the Trowbridgc House and Lot. EDWARD M. WEST, [i.. a.] discharged therefrom.E. March 7, 6'1. 10-9m
Sept 19, 1857. 38 I contains ten large upright rooms, well finished, nnd a Hoot previously disposed of, the Burke Plantation Justice of the Peace. S. SHEPARD, Adm'r.
twelve feet wide. besides closets tJree.Iingrooms July 4, 1357.. 27-6m
hall pantries. ,
--- ---- --- -- ----- ---- ] -
I will be sold at Waynesboro'.and the Florida Plantation July 25,1857. 30-3m Circular Saws'ATELC11 .
tc. the kitchen and attached
laundry are
Attachment.John ; Tallahassee at the firlt.Monday - -- ----------- *
i nt public outcry, on -
to the dwelling by a covered WBJ; a large and substantial in December next. Terms liberal. For Jane R. Wilson, Center L Haugb- Notice. ]
A. Grant ) In Justices Couit,2nd District \ gin-bouse, a gri!t mill and cotton screw, further information, apply to JOHN R. WHITEHEAD ton and Lucy N. Haughton,his Months after V f Circular Saws, from 42 to M laches size constantly
'*. V Leon Court. (new) are under one cover; n ten horso engine (portable Balh letter addressed and SIX date uoder8iehdmiistratr for sale at a coxiiuiuion nanufactnrer'aprices
W. Wilson
I. personally at or by wife, William ef the estate of Lewis
Nathaniel White.) Debt f 17 00. v ) drives the gin and gnat mill; a sugar null, to him at Bcrzelin, Columbia county. Cornelia M. Wilson by by D. LADD.
late Leon
overseer's house, cabins,.cri5 ,- ItBblcacarriage- Wiia county, will his final exhibit to Newport, December !O, IUL 51
defro'lanl and all other interestad, are here- negro THOMAS M. BERRIEN, W. Wilson, her next theXFudge of Probate of mae
THE house, and work-shop, all of the best structure and ask to be -
notified of the commencement of this suit, smithy JOHN It. WHITEHEAD, I vs.JobnMcDougall .
returnable to a Jutice's Court to be held atTallaba- and in excellent condition-the whole constituting one CHARLES W. WEST, }( j.xtrs.: Executor of Wil 1ID Cbaucery-ID discharged.18 '57-JOSEPH B..CHRISTIE Admt'rApril Notice.
**", on tim 9th day of November, A. D. 1857, and to of the most desirable and best improved places in THOMAS W. NEALY, Wilson,deceased, William the Cirut.Curt
appMT and plead to the aame. thjj section. Tbe place is well supplied with well August 22, l8t7. 34-tds lai. Leander G.Ball and CIruit Rubber THE undersigned Executor,of the last Will ard
water of excellent quality, besides a large DuLo Packing. of William Gorman,deceased, late of
Given under my hand aud seal this 25ti day of ana J his wife, Florida,L on Co.
August, A. D. 1817. cistern near the engine. The lake,cf which a beau- Corn and Cob Hanger ad Bl Munger, INDIA Rubber Packing, of all thicknesses from S Gadsden county, give notice to all persons having
EDWARD M. WEST, [r.. a.] tiful view is obtained from the dwelling affords abundance Crher. his wife, N M Dutton, a i inch,constantly on hand at D. LADD claims or demands against said estate to present
Justice of the Peace. ofiifh at all tunes, and wild fowls in the win G RANGER'S patent Corn I minor, William Henry McAlis Newport. Oct. 18,1850._ 42 them properly authenticated within the time prescribed -
August, 1857. 3i-3m ter montbi-boidc* an excellent pasture for a largo have taken the Agency for the tale of these so. ter,Rosetta Elizabeth Me Alister, by Law,or they will be barred; and all those
stock, for the raIsing of which this place is peculiarly perior Cob Crusher, unequaled it i is said to any in Laura E. McAlister, a minor, Notice. indebted are requested to make payment immediate
adapted.The the Coi.ntry. A stock of these Crushers, will be on and Addia Bertha Wilson. ly. ROBERT GORMAN, Ext'r.
Savannah Medical College.riUIEANNUAL above,'from it* onnvaniance to town, railroad, band early this coming Fall. Prices VIY low, considering TT appearing to the Court by affidavit made and SIX months after date, the undersigned, executor August 15, 1857. 3S-8w
schools, good society, &; and from the excellence of great saving in feed. $45 $66 $65 each 1.. this cause,that all the above named de- the estate of Thomas Reynolds deceased,late
COURSE of LECTURES will the lands and locality, i* a valuable investment. for these aiU Price unifom throughout the county. file i John HcDougnll reside the of Leon county, will present his final accounts and Fluid
j_ commeaw on the fiat' Monday In November Person wishing to purchase would do well to look For further particulars,call and examine for yourselvesao except Court, and beyond, 'the beOD of vouchers to the Hon.Judge Probate of said county Burning

ocxi. at the premUt which will be shown by Mr. D. E. soon M m stock for a sample arrives I jurisuiction On*' but within the United States; It it limit and ask to be discharged. OF A. SUPERIOR QUALITY.' reived and i

FACULTY: Mason, in my a *ene.. D. LADD. .That t W. Leander JESSE AVERIIT, Executor. or aala by AMES A LIVELY.

R D. ARNOL 0 M.'D.. Practice Medicine. ALSOFor Newport, July 6, 1866. 2 G. Bl ad derensDt Jula A Wii DI wife Dutt Manger Sept. 12, 1857. 3'76mNotice. January 31, 18n. &

P. )KOLLOCK.' M. D_., OUtetric -- -- -- - wife Naomi W. Dutton a
W.O.BU LLOCH. M. D, SUfi.J. .. .sale about 60 NEGROES-prim. and acclimated PLANTATION FOR BALE.f rn a M, Henry McAlister, Reti.Elizabeth I Insolvent Estate Notice.

.O.HOW ARn. M. D., Anatomy. ; also, the com and fodder of the growing WILL the first Monday in December next, McAlister,-Laura E.McAlister. a minr; ad Adele
JURIAH HABBISS M D, Physiology. crop the horses mules callIe sheep and bog; the _L.before ll Court-bouse O door, in the city of TaJao Bertha Wilson, appear and answer the Bill filed in "T ETTERS administration having been granted State of
J. B. EEAD, H.D. Uateria Medic household and kitchen furniture, the wagon and baaaee, the Plantation belonging to the estate this cause on or before the first Monday in Dmb JLJ to me on-the 8d day of September,185 J, by the Jefferson Ftonda.J
JOSEPH;'JONES. M. D: Onemiitry. cart, blacksmith and carpenUr' tool, and all the James Wbitehead. This place i four mile Nor oCTaUabe next; the complainants'bill Hon.Judge of Probate for the county of Leon,State M TON' '.Jministnt.r i ,of the estate
'to) J; JV/SSf.: I. D. Demooatrator. implements husbandry,belonging to the plantation.. Lake as oteri: That this order published Florida, on the'estate of Simon Partridge late of W of jafph W.CIa1toa late Jefferson county
TIM PreUaunary course of Lectures will commence A great bargain will be given to an approved pur. ) O Jab ctiin Oak awl once week (PrOltd preceding b said Rule said county deceased, all debts and demands of whatsoever deceased, has filed ia tie Probate oOe. of Jefferson '

'. m the' l h Ootober next Clinieal Lecture will be chaser for the wbolo property, any of which may be Hickory land;about ooe-half are cleared quity under cultivation .' Day in. Vembr, in some newspaper published i nature against the estate.of said Simon Partridge county a written scggtstiwi that hbefitves W b estate

delirewd; repladl at the City Hc* &. ThU Int treated for at private ale until the first Monday in the balance wood*. The Improvement 'the City _Talane. )_;_ deceased, which shall not be exhibited to me Josepk W.Claytoo to ee iasolveat.
tat win McommodaU over 100 paMUnts. For ,January next, when,if net old, attexeept_ the land. 1 .Ordered CIBUS;thisievenlerawoay of July, u administrator aforesaid within two yean a* prescribed Thereupon, notice is given to all person having
further ulan adress! will 1 be offered on UM prcraUcs. at public.outcry. '-good.Comfortable Dwelling and all necessary out bouses, .. A. D..1857. J. WAYLE8 Judge. by the statute of the State of Florida,in such claim against said estate to>appear and file the same-
J. G. hOWARD, Dean. GEO. :, CROOM.- Gin- House, -Ba>orOorn HOUM, Overseer July18, 1857. 19-4m; DAKER caae made and provided shall forever afterward be with the Judge of Probate ..id coaaty. on or before

JaIl ij.J8 T.__ 2e-8m Sept. 26, 186T. 89-tda' home,and Sew to ,accommodate-one hundred nagroes -\ barred; and notice ia hereby given to all creditor, the 5th day of Mirth nea*,*,.n there will be a'
,all framed and In'good repair.' Persons wishing legates and persons entitled to distribution that their pro distribution of tta ffawls belonging to MH!

: kd& Salt Salt. Cod, Llver.-,on.' ,to_ tbo place will, to:Mr. 0.,1 Green Hai. claims demand will be barred at the expirationof estate, amongst the creditors thereof; at which tiattt'
celebrated- -BrwioV- He ; eUDlD ; Term apply known day i KEGS of& for sale in lote, o period aJi'reaidvinileM -exhibited :_within the the said Wm.J.ClaytoJH will apply for his final dis-
of th .
O 00
: SACKS LIVERPOOL, in fine order FRESH& 0 Q. premises 0 JL to C"1 purchasers at reduced prices by same and this, notice will be plead i ia bar thereof. Jkarre from ft.adroioiara'Fun or said etale. -
,! ,OOO Ia r per Time,and for sale by Clark Co, Iflusbton'LForsaleby AfiES LIVELY JOHN B. WHITEHEAD, ExtV. ,D,O.WILSON. JOHN G. POWELL, Admt'r. THOMA 'JUmACE, Jadge .t l'rollate.

I. ri1411867.:J' J&AUGHT,-ORJfOND 1* A CO. _Aprils, 1656. U ept. 19, 187. a8t. (Sent copy, May 2S, '57. :1 &pL I, 18n. 3 -3m Sept 5,1811. 34I .'

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