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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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professional (Eurb5. Burning and Burying. tiny into each doubtful case of death, will be other vessels were ready to set sail two days Causes of the India Mutiny.' in Philadelphia, it i is no reason for our banksto

=. -- In the reports of the Medical Officers of imperatively called! for. While we write later; they had. water and' provisions for "a The last number of Blackwood's Magazine follow the example,unless they are com:
====-::: --- Health for London; we read that in tb Vic- this, a man lies sentenced to death against month, and their stowage was (ho same as contains an able article on the war in pelled by their condition 'to do so.

MILES NASH & CO., tot ia Park Cemetery, last year, every Sunday, whom the condemning witness was the disinterred at the end of their cruise in the proceedingyear India. The .vrlter! rejects the theory that the "The apprehension of the drain! '0/ their:

one hundred and thirty bodies were interred ; corpse/ of his mother. ; the Lefort was thoroughly repaired at mutiny is national or that, as hiss been suspected specie can be no sufficient reason, for one o't
DEALERS IN which fact one of the medical journals expressed :.1 The surgeon in his next chapter shows Cronstadt in 1852. I had received instructions it was instigated by Russia. He declares the conditions of their! c'drpo'raie privileges i".

DRrts, .liSTS, by saying, that theie were sixteen! what tho pollution of a graveyard is. Over to profit by the favorable weather to also, that it was not premediated.- that they shall keep themselves at all times

thousand pounds of mortal matter added on this familiar ground we do not follow him, set sail, without walling for the steam-luge. Although disaffection previously existed& in a condition to meet tbe liabilities., When.

: lEl CINES, m 011 S that day alone to the already decomposing except to take up the testimony of (the French On the 9th of September ((21st) I got under through a large portion of the army, he asserts suspension of specie payments takes place

TOULD inform their" friefcds Rbd! the puLlicth mass.!! At the time V/lien we were reading Academy ;Medicine, that 110 matter! from sail with beautiful weather and a favorable the rettl: occasion! of the revolt to bo the by banks, their circulation immediately depreciates .

f V the bate on Land a good assortment dfcucarticle about such thing?, A Member of the Royal what quarter the wind blows, it must In ing broeze from S. S. W., the barometer making greased cartridge grievance. So long ago in value, and the loss falls not on'.

!* :\s*arc enertly kt'pt in their' line of usine?. College of Surgeons" issued a pamphlet upon over Paais the putrid emanations of Pero la/ 29.79) English. A little later the wind freshened as 1705, the most formidable, ground of discontent the banks, but o* the people. The labor of

i anJ will be receiving;regularly fresh supplies. Thr-ii an old subject of ours, Hurtling the Dead, Chai,e, Montmartre, or Montparnasse, and and abreast of the i island of Rothskarwo in the native army-as it is now- tIle country bed'rs Ihe toss; vhUst the banks, '

f trrn'tall' reasonable., April th 18t1t.. t.!. or Urn Supulture. Our own arguments upon) the very water which. we drink, being impregnated were obliged to take in two reefs in the was the suspicion of encroachment on the during a period suspension, are often dom.,
-T:111 lJlF": {(' that subject we have ued already ; but the, with the same pcisonous matter:: topsails. native cdste. In 1782, four teglmentg were their most profitable business."

'Dr.Miles H. Nash, surgeon proves to be a most intelligent ally ; we ]become the prey Cf new and frightful At half past! R, p. m. alter passing the is- broken for mutiny, originating in a mistaken .4

errJ:!.!? HI* riiorrssKiNAU bKnvir: i o TH E CITIZENS OF and a blief statement of his argument; may diseases of the thioat and lungs, to which and of Hochhind. the fleet was making more suspicion that they were to be sent to sea, A California Lady fa Search- or the Betrayer *
T\L1 AHA""tiJI: : ADStflaOIT)1CObT.; ]be, of service! iu, these columns. This is thousands of both sexes fall victims every than eleven knots. The wind increasing, I !! which, though in itself no violation of aste, of .tier' itsbaJld."e .

/ \rFlCK with Dr. M. Nsbinimcdiatcly enctof llic it: .year. Thus a dreadful throat disease, which ordered a third, nnd then a fourth reef to betaken entails so difficulties in the observanceof
many
.__, PIt lft.c.. : The soul of a man is indestructible, and at baffles f (the skill of our most experienced mod- in. The !barometer being at 29 15, the prescribed diet and ablutions) as to be \\ mot yesterday at the Miami Depot &
May 19 1S55. 20 death parts ft cm the body. Of matter cal and \yhich carries otiS( its victims in and thn! vreathor! lady who ha* exhibited the most indefatiga-
men sailed!
close
!
only foggy, we
"" jiTEPirAL KQTICE.: thE' .,J.t.f, <.: ap" 1..._ .,,} 'I''h''' I"'h:,,' .. .t'. '. "u.u' 13 LIIL"Uo{.., lIru 7.TlptK..4. .JJf. :.oossih1.u to fh1> ,",hill ,.',. ...... ... as? I.....".,.as".. readily JL_ 1'.11.regarded. *"n in'"* _that*:."*light.** v.", *.*. v*" lr*.V "-... '-1,.-----____.:_.. :....................:: :
--u- tiuctible. The bdy of a man is a made up vitiated air into the windpipe; : and has: been course Liy snort lacks until morning ; each I I curfence which had'! dispersed the Bengil under embarrassing dit cdltics. Three Jearsago

Brs Robertson & Bond of oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, and eat lion, observed to rage with (the greatest violencein time I gave the signal of the manl.cune.t army 1'ko a summer cloud : she. resided in California, which State, ,fit. '

\\iih small quantities of phosphorus, sulphur, those quarters situated nearest to ceineteries. half past I II tho wind shifted to the west, at In January list, a classic, or workman, fact, she claims now as her residence! and
HAVINU formed' a co partnership in lUg pniclic culcium, iron, and some other metals.: By ." There need I not I be foul 1 smell in poisoned midnight lo the northwest, and at 4 o'clockto attached [to the magazine at Damn Dum (the there became acquainted w@K a man named
offer their services to 'he! citizen
f Tallahassee profession: and surrounding Oouutry.ri" the law to which all matter is subjoct, mait'sbody air. The deadly malaria of the 1'on- the noilh) with squalls and snow. At daybreak artillery station ne ir Calcutta,) beirfg refuseda :Miinsun, a pleasing; cool, affable gentleman

*<> O.Tioe over the Store lately occupied l by Bet when done with: decomposes into these tine marshes, we are reminded, blows, soft we wef near the island of Grand Tutors. draught of water by a Sepoy:: of the 2d Nativo who so adroitly worked his way into her confidence

loudlliscs.. elements, that they may be used for other and balmy' as the air of a Devonshire sum I The f1l'l.tVas On the starboard tack, Infantry, on the ground of caste, replied, that she introduced him to a young
Feb. 2S:';)7 9.t( purjloses, in nature. Can it matter to him mer. In his last chapter the surgeon shows the Irnppratrice Alexandra a little to windward You will soon lose your caste, as you will lady, a near nnd dear friend, possessed of

'"-BARNARD) Jr. whether! the process be effected rapidly or how cremation of the deadvould give even and the Vladimir in the wake of the iiivo to bite cartridges covered: with the fat some fifteen or twenty thousand dollars ill'
slow Ij' rUpon increased solemnity t to the funeral service, Lefort, with four reefs in her topsail. of pigs and cows." cash. The result, as might have been anticipated

WILL CONTIM'K: TIIK: the doubt as to the possibility! of resurrection and increased truth; to the words, ashes to .. At a distance: of five miles from Tuters, At this place also, there is a depot cf musketry was the consummation of tho Indy's

& MEDICINE BUSINESS when our bodies! !have been burnt ashes, dust to dust." In the contre of the wo veered ; during our man une the Lofortappeared where the native soldiers are instructed hcarlfelt wishes-the marriage of her friend
DRUG instead of rotted, the the \balm for burials he would 'rect:1 to } suddenly to the polished. and affable gentleman.A .
tf surgeon lays chapeltsed : ( us as wishing to veer ; in the u3o of the Enfield rifle. The car
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AT THE OLD of texts: That which thou sowpst, thou shrinb of marble at the door of which the 'I a violent squall: laid her on her side.- tridge for this weapon is made of a dinner few months rolled round, and everything

sowcst not the body that shall be ;'' and coflin should be Ilid-so constructed: and arranged Though her sails were Id go, she leaned o'rrso and tougher paper than tho old one, and re. passed off smoothly enough. The husband;' f

OF THE a MORTARS v.-e shall be change." Bnt he adds : tIne that at the proper time, by unseen much to laboard that we expected her quires to be greased on the ball. The above was affectionate and attentive ; the lady all

Igj: who claim to have hereafter the whole identical agency, the body should: be drawn from it masts would go, but sho continued gradually remark having reached! the ears of the commandant love and confidence. Finally, the husband expressing -

Corcerof Qiuton anJ Monroe Blrt lsTallabflR8ee.January body back again, must! remember that unseen, into :an inner shrine, where it would to lean over till she foundered in the short ho inquired and found the new car a wish to enter into business and set- :
19, 1856. SJTICDICAL ill life it; wastes and is renewed, so that\; if cross a sheet of furnace flame, by which it time that the Vladimir fi>ok to tack about. tridge was regarded with general suspicion.The 1* down for Kfrthe! confiding wife drew from ;

_____ I every partical that ever belonged to the frameof would be instantly reduced to a1ies.S'ithin The keel of the Lefort appeared once, and] native commissioned officers elated, but her banker almost the entire sum of her fortune -

NOTICE. an old man were returned to him, lie the chapel, nothing would be seen ; outside,, was then swallowed UpJII the '7atet.CI in a manner perfectly respectful, that the and placed it in his hands. ,A week after
would matter enough to make twelve there would ]be trans- Exclusive of the commander and twelve the steamer! sailed for the Atlantic side,
OKMAN.; J. I.. I'AI.MKR.: get or seen only) a quivering mixture used in greasing (the ball was opento
K. bodies. It is that ether from the officers the vessel had board 743 and the villian husband departed with the
twenty just possible somebody parent floating away chapel on seamen, objections, and l suggested the use of wax
Drs. GORM N & PALMER, may be comforted with a theory which I'ire' At t the conclusion! of the .service, the fifty-three/ women, and seventeen children ami oil. They were as'ured the grease was gold, leaving his confiding victim to the tender '
the in a note, that the soul ashes of lie dead would be reverently broug'it', perished.( mercies of a world that is far too busy to
quotes
nt;,.ofittei1' themselves} tojjctlK-r in thfe surgeon : : ; composed of mutton fat and wax, but thuy '
UAVIXG of Medicine nn l Surgery offer their carries away \ ith it out of the world one enclosed! flt\ flag; vase, which might be The disaster took placo on September replied that a report to the contrary had look after individual wrdfigs in which' they

pjofi'!-'i"nll"er\"i-i the citizens of Wautccnah atom of matter which is the seed of tho future again enclosed( in a more costly urn for burial 10, ((33.:: ) and 22 past! 7, a. m., at 5J 1 miles to spread throughout India, and that if they hare no personal or.pecunitlry.lnterest.

and furroundinj country. body, and that these sC'll1inaltonl not I !, for deposit! in .1 vault, or in a consecrated the northeast of the! Island cf Grand: Tulers, touched it, their friends would not believe the The ladjf who bad brought about the matcVfelt

August: 15, 1857.JOHN. :S3 being here, need not be included in our calculations niche, prepared for it after the manner of at a depth' of:30 fathoms. After this unparalleled explanation and would refuse to eat with and boldy faced her responsibility in tho

LLOYD about things material. those niches for the urns of tho departed carastrophe, the wind continuing to them. The matter was immediately reported premises, and on tho sailing of the next homeward -

R. If ve could!, by embalming, keep the form which wore called, from their appearance, increase, we brailed up the forelopsails and t lo Government, Cleneral; Ilearsey remarking bound steamer she took passage for

.-wticxie; : oxr of the departed upon earth, that: wou111IJe ClIlltll1haria-l\ovc-cotrs-hy\ lie Itol1lw"-' lop gallantsails: and afterwards the main top that though totally groundless, it would be New York, determined to follow the betrayer .

AND much ; but, for any such purpose, embalming The! ashes of those who loved each other sails, and decided to anchor at a depth of 31 most difficult to: crtidicale the' impression from of her confidence, and the love of a wife, to .

COMMISSION MERCHANT, fails. Decay will use its effacing fingers. tenderly,might; mingle In one urn, if wo would fathoms, letting out all the cable of two an tho minds of the native soldiers, who are always the bounds of civilization and bring him' lo ,
Iu the museum cf the Ci-loge! of Surgeons, say : chors. Fifty-thrro hours afterwards the wind suspiciously disposed when chargeof punishment. Arrived id New Yord, she got t

[H f TALLAHASSEE:; FLO11IDA. in London, may be seeij! the first wife of one L<.t ii"l iln-ir liHtlic; partti: !. calmed, and the steamers ai riving in the meantime this sort, affecting themselves any, is intro traces of his footsteps, followed him over various .
.tuly HI. 1856. 9-1y Martin Van Hutchcll, who, at her husband's Tor tlu-ir! two In-art. in lirCi>tlciinglc.111'1\11e': ] towed us to Cronst Jt. duced." routes, until she tracked him to'a vil-

---:R.-H.-BERRY- request} was embalmed by Dr. William Hunter 1 t; There is nothing irreverent to the dead in :Signed:; by the rear-adrnial, Orders*were promptly issued to allow the lage[ in Pennsylvania, where she found him

and :Mrs. Carpenter, in the year 1 1775.- cremation. Southey expressed very emphatically : NORDMAX: I." Sepoys to obtain the ingredients from the bazaar with anbther wife, to ttbom he had been married

Auctioneer and Commission No doubt extraordinary: pains were taken topreserve why a man might desire it for his and the bullet themselves.But before going to California A warrant"was
grease
MERCHANT. both form and feature ; and yetwhat friends : The nasty: custom of interment," Railroad Debts. the report, actively circulated by emissaries i issued for his arrest for bigamy, but ba.v

r T A\.UUASHE, }'la.,SrpL ut!, 1855. S3 a wretched mockery of a once lovely he says, makes the idea of a dead friend We give below the Floating and Bonded from Calcutta, soon spread far and ing no proofs of his second marriage, afte V t

woman it now appears, with its shrunken and! more unpleasant. We think of tho grave, debt of thfilail( l Roads of the< various States wide through tho Indian empire, notwithstanding short examination he was discharged. ,
rotton-looking bust, its hideous, mahogany- corruption, and worms. Burning would be the proclamations of the officers, and Nothing daunted by this unlocked for term
S. S. KNIGHT colored face, and its remarkably fine set of much better." The true fueling is that with of tho Union, as shown by (the Report of the their disclaimers of any intention to interfere ination of affairs, the lady immediately l. re

AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT teeth Hot ween the feet arc the remains of a I which the surgr-fin ends his pamphlet: using Secretary of llii Treasury, made: in 1650.- with tho customs and caste of the country. turned to California, procured the necessary<<

T TALLAlIAVSnt' FLOBJDA.September green parrot-whether immolated or not at the words of Sir Thomas! Browne : 'Tis all Several roads are not included, and the indebtedness The objection to grease on tho ball having affidavits substantiating Munson's marriagd"there :

], 18C5. 05' the death of its mistress is uncertain ; but as one where we lye, or what becomes of our is only up to about the middle of }been summarily got rid of, it was transferredto together with evidence of the fact of
-- still!! retains its it is far less after dead to be his! having absconded! with some $15,000 of
bodies
---- it plumage, a repulsive we are ready anything tho paper, which was said to have the unclean -
1850
UrGU A. CORLEY, object than the larger biped." Therewas in the extasic! of being cver.-J/ullsc the year, : mixture spread upon it. Fjvery effort his second wife's, funds, and once more returned .'
la llit to the right of dead hold l I urtls. :Maine, $0,939,830): to the Atlantic side in search of the
| Attorney at Law a w. once, try a to explain the truth was Useless :
l New I Hampshire, 4,205,315(); I betrayer of her friend. And that search sho
man to an iron collin, when Lord Sto\jpll\ Such was tho anxiety, indeed, to removeall
f TALLAhASSEE, FLA. decided thaf All contrivances that whether Vermont, 10,872,812 has: prose uted now for two or three months'with
t The News from India ground of complaint, that a suggestion of
: Jancary 17, 1857 S-ly intentionally or not, prolong the time of Massachusetts! 17,830,513: Major Bonlein to tear off the end of the cartridge the most determined and restless perseverance .
i --- The New York Times yesterday morning Rhode Hand, 3,409,320! : : ; but thus far,witheet success. He
the
ths which
dissolution at
beyond period with the hand, instead biting if, was
RICHARD BRADFORD, common local understating and usage have has tho following comments on the last Connecticut, (),2 14,495! promptly sanctioned, and ordered to be intro had J left the village where he resided whefi V

LAW fixed if form of untess' from India New York, 80,447.902) arrested for bigamy, and although the lady
act
ATTORNEY AT an injustice, compensated intelligence : .duced into the platoon exercise of the native
in other." And whenan New Jcrsov, ,OG3OOO had obtained some subsequent traces of his
or
some '
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. way : Tho news by the Baltic is highly favorable troops.
iron coffin has been after Pennsylvania, 28,504,553 movements, when we met her yesterday silo
opened, a lapseof The which refused to receive the
regiments
Office in the Post Office Building.) to the English in India. The tide is ;
( Delaware, 000,000 had not yet succeeded In his
what has been found \ ascertaining
years, Chiefly dry cartridges were disbanded, and otherwise severely -
23, 57. 21 in their favor and
May evidently turning we
may Maryland 9,828,239: residence
t grubs of worms and other insects that have which served present although she is satisfied it
punished, measures onlyto
to hear by tho next India mail that ;
expect 0,090,503 is somewhere in the Vest
WILLIAM SCOTT, fed the flesh. Socrates exhorted his Virginia. the embittered Sho bad already
upon exasperate already feelingsof
rebellion!! has been
this
the strength of great )
ATTORNEY AT LAW friends, Let it not be said that Socrates is North Carolina, 2,097,700 the native troop On the 10th of May, expended a large amount of her own funds in
{ ,) broken, and the country effectually restoredto South Carolina: (G;,1 132,597 the pursuit, and expressed the determination
MOXTICELLO, FLA carried to the grave and buried ; such an expression Then will tho the slumbering time was exploded at Meerut;
; British control. i
commence 1,051,407Alabama (i
not to the chase
Georgia. give until her sweet .re'engo" -
done immortal up
were an injury to my the European residents were attacked and
30 tljan of the crisis for the British
uy 30,1883. real difficulties 4,380,551 had been
hardened \ gratified and the villian
Not long a under circumstances of
part. very ago slaughtered great
';: Benj. F. Young murderer being told by the judge that his government ; for it be is impossible that the India Mississippi, 1,(>78,000 barbarity, while three regiments, without leaders brought to justice. May her efforts prove
should continue to governed by same Louisiana, !910 000 successful, will be the wish'of honest
after hmgingwould be given for dissection made their march to every
body, or guides, good
has led this extensive and
which to
!DUR) JM lli .W said : Thank you, my Lord ; it is system formidable insurrectioll.II Texas, :325,000 Delhi, a distance of forty miles, atid almost heart. The lady puriiser left jesteVdVy for
ANDSOLICITOR dissect soul." We should Arkansas, t.l,6CHTenlteSSN' Cleveland, where she has friends residing.- '
well cannot without seized the native
you my opposition, capitalof
this arrival be
IN EQUITY, The India news by may 4,053,000 If she not be classed the' -
lood upward, and not downward, when we the country. may among stno'ngminded
"\\TILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern! Cir, stand beside the summed up) in a few words ; but, as every Kentucky, :3,714,154 woman," sho is certainly a ve>/ da-
grave. considered before its arrival in the -v- .
'f cult of Florida, and the Federal Courts. those who point was Missouri, 9,272,015 termined one.-Cincinnati Gazette.
COCSTT.) The surgeon replies to regard: extremity of danger, UK-SO few words Ohio 47,108,802 James K. Polk on Bank S pensions.
AIACHVA very V -- V-
(OFFICE AT CAI>SVILWE. cremation as a heathen custom, it is not more .
REFERENCES: heathen than burying in holes. Sprinklingearth tell the whole story of encouragement and Indiana, 13"r.01,7Gl: The following is an extract from the message Kansas.

CATT. J. J. LUCAS, ) on the coffin is a heathen custom:: based eventual success. Delhi still held out on the Illinois, 28,101,573? ( of Governor James K. Polk to the legislature .
COL. J. D. AIKEX, \} Charlttton, S. C. 30th of August, but a sortie of the mutineers Michigan, 0,500,823 Thc'aUack upon the House of Mr. Doimati.:
FEAEEB.: DE. JAMES S. JONES, Tallahantt, 1"0.Jatt a Christian use. Ho gives interesting illus tho siege train, which was to bo the signalfor Iowa 1.0.11,000 shown the causes of the financial troubles at
of the of unburial St. Joseph's correspondent of ttie'St.'Lohfa
6, 57. 23 trations use by many nations -
assault, was confidently expected within that timd to have resulted from an inflated
but reminds us that the cost of fuel Republican, speaking df the Kansas election l
'" A. PERRY AMAKER, was one obstacle to its general adoption in four d"3s. Tho English!'= garrison of Luck- 83H,18'2,7j)( paper currency, starting first with the banksof ,

&TT9RHSY( AT fc&W, old times. Ground was to be had more now had not only held its po/itior, but had: Of the foregoing: amount of S310,1M2,79C: the Eastern cities, he says : says : V
::1 made two successful sortie? and gained a new The election Went off there
] th&n the materials for the there is owi-ig, by the Railroads in tho 15 quietly- was V.
TALLAHASSEE FLA. cheaply necessary supply of provisions, which placed their ability to Upon the receipt of the information that 'disturbance of
at the
but'oh
:May! 21, 1853. 20 humblest burning, when it was requisite to slaveholding Slates, $;,OG: ,om.: Subtract no any polls ;
-_ in the air. "The to maintain themselves beyond (loulit.- from this amount the indebtedness of Railroads some of the banks at the East in little more the night of that day a lot of several soldiera
burn piles
EDWARD H. WEST. Christians on large, however," open Sir Thomas Ilavelock had defeated the rebels in a ninth Maryland! and Missouri, (]borderStates than a year from their last resumption had. belonging to Lieut. Byard's c mpanywho

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Browne, abhorred this says way of obsequies; battle, and was at Cawnpore awaiting rein ) $19,000,214) ( and we have tho very again suspended specie payments, the question were encamped near Richmond, thV County
forcements with which to go to the relief of ;. immediately arose in the public mind seat of Ncm da induced
and stick not to their bodies small! balance of $31,06 ,7Ul county, were 'by-
though they give
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Lucknow by tho middle of September. Several what had produced the suspension, and what
drunken abolitionists
make
to be burnt in their lives detested that Is it not possible that this immense Railroad some to an attackujon
April 5, 1@56. 1* small mutinies at different points had would be the course to bo pursued by
mode after death." But whatever reasons debt has something to do with tho present proper the residence of Mr. Dolman! the Democratic -
been instantly suppressed, and no new out the banks of Tennessee I '
Anderson J. Peeler Christians had in the first days of Chirstiani. financial crisis? representative of that county, and a
the of their bodies breaks of any importance had occurred. As far as wo are informed, tho suspen- member of the Constitutional Convention:
Attorney and Counsellor at Law ty against left behind burning them no objection foundedon !, thej"hare It j is not at all likely that the mutineers Triumph Prioress.The sion at the East is represented to have arisen Some nine of them broke in the doors :and

will bo able to make successful resistance at 'not out of lack or to continue windows of Dr. Dolman's house and treated
a
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY, a permanent religious principle. We now London Post has a full report of tho power specio
any point, alter the English shall have fairly but of self-preservation under the him and his clerk, Mr. A. Brown"of
Joseph
hEW PORT FLORIDA. bury in graves arid build funeral urns in stone great race at Newmarket, which resulted in payments, ,
taken the field with the recruits which would form of tho from drainedout South Carolina rather roughly and it is impossible
emblems. of the American horse Prioress. keeping specie being -
Practice in the Courts of the Middle Circuit as tho triumph
WILL I begin to reach India early in September. of the Without the of to tell how far the would
attention to Collecting. first dead heat Tho second country. means outrage
& paid The of the French Academy of Med. Tho proved a
:March 2157. 12 icine report the effect of cemeteries on the and'deciding heat is thus described : knowing how the fact may be, it is for a sus- have extended, had not several free State

health, upon of Paris, has led in France to the be Recent Loss of a Russian Man-of-War.' Betting-5 to 4 against El Hakim ; 2 to 1 pension of payment by the banks, but an absolute men, who were personal friends of Af r. Dolman

FLOYD & HOLLAND, stowing of much series attention on the subject The Journal de St. Petersburg of the 1st against Prioress, and 3 to 1 against Queen inability to meet their responsibilities interposed. Mr. Dolman sent a messenger -
at Law. '... to Lieut. Byard, who had retired'foY
Attorneys promptly.
The heat" after the last
was run
of cremation ; and there is sober discussion ult., publishes the following official account Bess. '
tbe Circuit Courts of Middle] the the night, but that officer leaped from
in whatever have
practice in a deepening twilight, which renderedit And may been cause young
who race
WILL of M.\ Bonneau -
West Florida, and in the Supreme Court of the plan propose cities of tho loss of the Russian ehip-of-the-line Le- impossible to distinguish the colors of the 1! of tho suspension payments by the banksof his bed and ran all the..way to !Mr. Dolman'
f the State. Also in the District Court of the UnT replace all cemeteries near great mentioned ill the letter of house and reached there the.'now
fort already our
Florida. called the riders at a distance. El Hakim was first off, the East, it can furnish no sufficient groundfor just as
District of
ed Statea,in the Northern ; by a building Sarcophagus.-
R.J.FLOYD, Office Apalacbicola, Fla. Thither the of both rich and poor Hamburg correspondent : but after going about fifty years, Prioress, the suspension of payment by our banks, drunken soldiers were bOot'to make another
D.P.HOLLAND, Office Quincy, Fla. should be conveyed corpses, and laid out on a metallic It has pleased Providence I should parti. overpowering Fordham, rushed to the front so long as they have an ability to pay. Like attack. He ordered them to desist, and upon -
Dee 1856. 61 the the Ditch individual debtors they should meet their their failing to do to promptly, he struck
12. tablet which sliding by an instantaneous cipate it one of tho greatest disasters that can and carried on running to gap, ,
WILLIAM S. DILWORTH, movement, into a, concealed fui nance, would happen at tho sea, and to make me a witness where she was pulled back, and lay about liabilities honestly and promptly as long as two of them to the earth*, with his sabre,wh n'
and three in the rear Queen Bess goingon they are able to What is the effect if the balance at once submitted and'were
Counsellor Law the body to consumed in the space of tho instantaneous inexplicable, Joss of lengths pay
Attorney and at of cause few minutes." Like a true Frenchman, one of the vessels in my fleet. A few minutes with the lead, closely attended by El Ha a contrary coarse be adopted t A few of thobanks marched to quarter. Lieut ;Bvard deserter

MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. he a the of his plan on the inter have sufficed for a beautiful ship-of-the- kim.' On coming down tho Bflshes Hill Prioress at the East suspend, and represent to great credit for his decisive action"; Mr

WILL practice in the Court of the Middle Cir urges for bearing who would not wish to line, thoroughly sea worthy, to be engulphcd hung to the left, and a shout was raisedof the' public that,they are still solvent, and do Dolman and his friends bad armed themserves
,and Thomas and Lowndes County Oa ests ot art, funeralurn preserve the waves during a tcmpetuous night- the The American's beaten I" but Ford so, not from necessity, but to retain their with revolvers pitchforks,and azw, ,afldnad
the ashes of hIs ancestor\ The by "
March 22. 1856. 12-ly consoles and Not a cry of.distress. reached us from tho ham roused the mare 'hhhis whip, 'and be." specie ; and following their example, the not Lieut Byard arrived.'*&< ; e d..i amen '
our
GALBRA1TB may soon the replace ornaments on of bronze clocks scene of the disaster, although we were but fore reaching the foot of the hill she bore banks in the, interior which are also represented just ta; he did/thertf Wwflii Ja.mI bizi

LONG & mantlcpleces found there. "This four cubles' lengths distant windward. No her colors advance, and, quitting her opponents to be. solvent; suspend also, not be much blood shed. .
ATTOBN T* AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. and china vases now to English one survives to explain to us the cause of this half Way op the cords, won cleverlyby cause they are under the necessity to do so;, V : -' -V -'

:MA., LONG k.1.B.GALBRAITH have associ may seem" a misplaced pleasantry Medical Journal unparalleled catastrophe. a length and a half; El Hakim beating but simply because the eastern banks have SWAMP LAND is:Fivtnuijl; AKD Mxuorx:

TIll tbemselrei in the practice of Law. They Ii minds, says the Edinburgh startled at read., u On the 28th of August, (September 9th,) Queen Bees by a head only for second place.A suspended; so ,that the suspension of the -A patent in faVOr of tiw!V State of Ftorf&f
attend the Courts in the MUdle Circuit,tbe Bupreme but we cannot help being .
tbe.Hne-the Alex. load and prolonged} cheer bailed the triumph banks in.a single city which may have indulged for swamp and 'overflowed' .1 lAnds, in &cora f
Courts and tbe District Courts of the United it. four ships-of Irapcratrico
State, Tallahassee. ing the sanitary report then dwells leadidg briefly on the andra, the Vladimir, the Lofort, of &i guns, of the American colors, and Mr. Ten in excessive istttei of bank paperndbatik dance with the act approved Seprefabr 28th,

Office opposite the Court House. The surgeon to the of the dead.It and the Pamiat Asova, of 74 guns, which Broeck was warmly congratulated upon the credits, cad,thus stimulated and promo 1856,'ecnbracinff ubwant of, 157,000'aim/
-October !S. 185". IT one valid objection in ) burning of secret murder. were in the Point of Revel-received orders first victory: achievedby him .tn.. England.- ted'overa. ph Jn trade, or which may have baa just tieeri laraed by the General.tend V
destroys evidence case to Cronstadt. days An objectictf was made by the rider of Queen ulterior bbjecls 'in view a is.made to operateas Office. A similar patent for 4,000 laereT
of tho and return Ten} ,
Laws of Florida. Now, the dead speak under the spells to afterwards arm the Pamiat Asova quitted' the Bess agl\ Dst the rider-of El Hakior On the a stspention of payments by all the banksof V will shortly be iud i m ((avor of the State'of
cremation be adopted, greater '
to 1857. McDOUOALL & HOBBY chemist. across. the country.- Sorely, if a'bank* suspend :Mtnouri.
BOUND. 5, 1857. 36 accuracy in the registration and closer scru roads, towed by a steam frigate flje three ground-of {, .


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t.. te '' power .:-omprte&t to rraLZ.it. Planter Land Speculation* In the Wf'tIt.0 [POBTBX flO2ID1SY AD JO\'L'I.u] BY The 3Xonere Crisis.

$ournal.i i eibphasizr* upon th pecuniary cost of a meeting of j .\ article in the ChicaEol'ribummeinfos-ynsusthnt t How Shallwe Pay our Tax" 1 I.I Whilst we are di-e1l..tog the policy of the

i the Legidatare. If it were a mere question 'shoal of people from New England and the Middle Ma. EDITOR:-speedy solution of the enquiry From Kan-.. tnt rrrorand banking illatHrating system of the it.count evil -. pUnting o rt 15
0 result
from *, i it
pediency i of dolUr I and cent, involving the sacrifice State are traveling Westward to look after the I which heads this comciuuication. has become of such NEW You: Oct. JUt-Private dh'f'.stdJ i well to turn a 4Je ttr a nv-tnetittoeoini.r ma ii/ i w

TALLAHASSEE : of n important principle we could appreciate
-. : the argument and we appeal to the well-infbnDed *o much money last summer and sprint. at a' State that I need not apoliirlse for again craving a i tis Secretary Stanton. bad fled to Beuicia on a<-- :1 with the presecj **

8ATCKDAY, XOVE9IBF.K 7, 1857. mind of flntr'lam-elf. to indicate to the poblic 'time of great inflation, or upon the security of portion of your column, for it. coo-rl.j ri1thD. It. j conlit of tLrrh against them by the ullRI- litoplo :1: at TIle all resemble fe-atnr! vt thoe the of present otht-r moneyed crisis do?-
t any i.
which lent to western The to U admitted on all han, that the only Lawrence off.-r them nn aylura and protec- I Ition I l..rio.l cur '*
; ; :R. which scale should preponderate wherepriDeipkithrown they money men. Tribune eems 1 of tory.. In 1837, nhd ui. to 1H1. t *
The HaIL S. ill
Mullory plea-e our | .j.e .
accept r.t.
afford
valuable i i into one and dollars and cent. iatu the othi ; adds,.thftt these investinentsarehiopelesstiow, measure which can be devised to adequate I illy were In derbt. The North and the JsonthV
thanks for Jtj.tJmf'l.hf.jb
public "*
maoy er. The bare question is tow suggestive of the an- I I 'and will to 1 so for yean to eome. But this ptoha.MY'"p" relief Uie present deranged state of the currency, lite involved. Tine amount of 'I[>eit in tilt'
have jnc ctme-lo Laud. of coin in the country ] U still much ex- |I try was then very AmaH and the total t.l1krutbllll.
] admitted J.t.-11Jt'
holder city
i swer to require either argument vr example: fur .h upon whether the of such Iau.batd and the deficiency IULTIMOKJC. Oct. i! hnndred thousand
four
wen wan lo
e> J. .tJr1
Yellow Fever at mi ton. :. pirpo.ihhntration. lots continue to expect good pric(' The article '! i*, a rtroatio* of the order of the Treasury depart i ii cited. Governor; IJiron still rfit,'es to withdraw i,;I a vast indeMelneby men who wereabltiBj_ !.1.j

The Ia"l Ob-rvT aii&oGneea the prevalei.c eof A* t tIlt promptness of the remedies proj-osed we q'I't. fiom says that the amount of land ;i went, requiring the State toxe to be collected in !j I his proclamation. It is believed that the Govern- lin; to i'ay .'y regular instalnlenU, t., :lI

Ttllow Fever at Milton. Nine death had taken j o&e has no advantage over the other, w e slu ll I Ii 'now for sale is immense, in fact out of all proportion '' ppeeie. The rescinding of that order and a I'nctit..nI I incnt will rut grant hi* request ft.r troop J I I either (r n. the profitable! use nt their prupmI'd

place and new aPt wre continually occurring !i prwed to show. & to the demand at present, or any pro-pective :j j to the tax collectors receive the taxes: in such 1 I j I I by its periodical -nver.ion into DI'Jn V.,1 anlt.

Its appearanee there i is attributed to the jning ofa The Trefirartn Mr. Austio, a* the cu-4,.dian of | 'demand for the cext ten )-tar!. As for the build 1 current Bank notes as now perform the office of a i I II I j i KICIIMOM Oct ;Sift.-Governor Wi-e has tnt .1 i I quired re t. time. Care, energy, and frugality .lid; th*

trunk, which )md been clod for some time, t be- Mate monks. has executed to the State a bond of 'ing lots nine-tentlofthena might as well be raeri: I circulating medium in the ordinary Lu inc* transaction I j|: SOW' musket to Diltimore at the request of Oor.Ligon. I There was another clams! rrf paving m.
n to
t k.
longing to a gentleman who Lad died with Yellow j 1 $15O'M.-\ and though inclined t 0 all in his pow I! :fieed at once by their owners fur any price they will ? of the people, would immediately relieve us I j je i I'I added to that who were Iaf'lely.1ft...r, jjCt r

Fe vet er to relax, for the accommodation of our citizen. I 'bring. Prom the tone of tile western: papers it 5 i1i >f all embarrassment on the subject ; and it ia the I j did not resent to any extinction by lair, of .1'.It

.--- clear that of the land held afford relief come fre m :' ,Administration and ;>: liabilitie They relied upon their Iator. ki11 i
that Between
the rigors of the market, he doe quite none now by speculators w/y measure can any Difficulty 1 them t
free from
money to dtLt
The Hon. E. C. has returned to Fcc COT. "'aJk r. : enterpri-e The t
thicity i <
from New w C.bl hre Iiad been not feel at liberty t deviate very materially from I I will be saleable for a I.ng time to come Unless what quarter it, may. !I j i WASHINGTON, Oct. 3...-Tlie Administration] ntj cla- of men eon-tiluted the great body J .T"

Y.rk. If ou 1u.il the legal line of his duty, without the assent of his thrown into the market fur whatever it will But who shall pronounce this revocation t- | t I p I- '*

connected with our ItailroeInttrpzieei.. who are of joint responsibility with himi j i bring. Then emigrants and settlers will be attracted Whose office ban it be to apply the rE'm"oj- j j terly condemns Gov. Walker of Kansas purging I|: The eircnmstancea under which they 41]
IlUrte. I I the (polls at Oxfort contrary to specific instruction were peculiarlytrying The failure of thelgt:;
official of of omisj to the regions which the eager "appetites of Shall the Treasury department under the sanction j
Home ki fr any commission or such univen-aL" The balance of trade
Flor.a CopDlo. act I that he should not act DA judge in matter* ,,; wa with < .-'
PuUiehed at OcaU, East Ford. 11 Cu"l,, j li n A majority of tO securities live remote ;t 'speculators had swallowed up. But if net, then} the ,, ofthe Chief Executive of the State ajaume the (I Best reasons for the belief tlu t"Walker and Stanton countries was greatly against nt. Oar Upon TI

ion &Democrat formerly tf Palatka, re'ite by I I from the CapitaL Those residing near, and with next tide emigration will paN over them entirelyand responsibility," or shall the General Assembly be I will both be recalled if they do not at once rerign.Gov. : ring the years 1837/38, 39. 1&. 41, u. 43. an.j 4:'.

Mr. C. S. RcnoJ.under a new nam' I present whom Mr. An-Uu La* adti-ed upon the subject, they will be forgotten. convened for this specified object ? These are the II in breadstnffs, t'lxieeo, and! cotton dy. t ,
Ligon Maryland, has applied Jto the Pre- : annum more than 78 million.****
per Bl'f'ad
a banJe all.earkb''eknhl under man I to in questions that seem to divide the public sentiment.In lI
hl\'C opposition
tlu.l..rrt i.dicafe any arrangement I Mlaneotz Election. ident for Government troops if nec&ary to prevent I were about an average through these J,aisofei k
agcnwnt ilr/Eeynolds will merit a I the premise not by rfrkt Last a former communication, I favored and recommended i millions of dollar, tob ceo eight and t
Ji\rlllt- autlorzt interpretation evening's western mail brought us the following I an outbreak at. the Baltimore election on Wed cotta wit ,

ronage. of law, regarding it as the duty of the Legislature I gratifying letter from 3-jo t-rnr Gorman the assumption of the responsibility" by | nt'M1a,.. We were broken down at horn-we 1 hat a | jjred

to provide the remedy, thus releasing him and I the Executive department.and I still adhere te I name and eredit mbroa.l The preciovs m'euli
The Madison Jfcsaeug.r of lust w eck announces :- were in smaller quantities am .! n
*
I deference pg than
them from responsibility for any lou to the Stat ST. Oct. 21 l 1857. I that recommendation with all proper I !'rtDnt'IJ'-lectaod. had been in series of ix
the recent death of Dr. 'in. A. Brinon of that PAUL editorial of any sear since the wars
place. tat may or mAY nut occur. Of course, tbii i is a !. TV tht Kd'tnr; 'jlie Union : I however to the objection urged in your I NnvittrOct.. SO.-The vote fur U. S. Senator : 181*!, taking into view tli* proportion of f'O Ula.

-. hI to the adoption (.f any expedients until he shall inn..ta ban elected the whole democratic |; the 31st inst I do not view this proposed aumption I in Tennessee gives A. 0. !', Nicholson! 01 ai.d tion.

IVrath of a Tallahanwee. merchant.We have heard from the other bondsmen, who may or State tkket and" a majority of the legislature La of power 'I Ie serious light, in which} youseem Bell 35. L f in There connexion are many"5th that very intr of.*&ting ,Uti ti aI ra.". .

at-eord him fair : to it. I am not aware that the assumption part our LUtory to lurMeb
rt-gret to }have: to chronicle the dtathofanothtr may not t. the eretion to consummate majority. see advert but
I we might our
j 5 i.
I purpose to
The battle ha I Wen fought: by the democracy on the p eond nj
of our c'tizens: iii the j*-raon of FJE1P.l"To1 un.Af
of the finn of Towle J Myer* of this city. of tax payer And here we should announce the j adopted by a large majority. subject. I am not forgetful that by the ytneral lane. BALTIMORE Nov. 2.-Gov. Ligon La* withdrawn tion the order of thing which followed thetkweof

t He died in New York, on the 29Ui October, of in fact that the last tifntinel innocently premature ] Democratic majority on State ticket about l,00')i. specie only is held to be a I legal tender but that I i I his proclamation calling out the militia to protect' 'i I the the United of States the Bank and its reaI f'1"'al'lnee j.

iu making the announcement tlmat '! Democratic, majority in legislature about to 3 vote .humbly conceive is applicable alone to the e-ae of the poll from violence. I name I'ennsylvania Bank of the Uoiti
.ard EheurnatUtu diaeate with which he had arrangement.w.rw on joint ballot. del.-_ 1 __ i:.__ t_ .. _.._.._. .. ._..... __I. Some rowdies. wade an attack to. I I, SUlf's. We also omit ule jlli_ i.atm'lM wb"aI
long been Mr. T. native of on foot, and would soon be perfected, which I ,. ..... _.. *. dny o" tie wen t-onjoqu'rn ulocn-Yn
1Ui ewutir i XV "bU,4
_. .fct. .- --I-. -..".'. S -.. -- --0 .. ,<.v.... _. will* 01 I Another l letter from an authentic source dated and was never designed to control a sovereign Statein Church of the Immaculate Conception, though the I treasury system It saved the government thti _
n..I : the South-Western Rail-Road Bunk in its dealings with its own citizens. An a "prtce- It ha* saved it now. But we proceed to
Jung the ; whfch tile he hud bc.nenwncI payment of building was but lightly injured. I state tha
October 22, St. Paul Minne-ota, raysVe: havecarried I in which we are at tliii time .
in business ag a Silver Iid},. Tliongh! he dues] to the -tate. We are notified by Mr. Austin I C'.m the Stateand legislative ticket I by it good j Our present condition is not %> diastt-..
menced life poor, he Iiad cucceeded in IcunuL- that the arrangement I has not been effected. lit I majority. Tlie republicans have fought their lat attained i is right and proper in itself, and the act New Orleans Election. i long and duwnal period to which we have referred u that

ting L industry and com \iew of the circum'tancert detailed with reference by which it is to be accomplished is recommended) NEW OIUS.VJ.H Nov. i!.-The election is progressing I We were proud enough even then, as a natioo.lxit
frrJtJah.j'.Uf fiu'lit. Thij the
( nndItavrano
) I closespeculation on subj.et,
i, petency. He died in the 'uUJuriul of the I'res- j to Mr. A.."& -ecuritie.-s, which will necessarily delay I bv a sterna and dire necessity, and that too in fur- quietly. The American ticket is ahead. The we were grievously ashamed of our ht credit
doubt that Minnesota is
I! and defeat abrolutely nowan.l we hope of the weal it i ii JUan abroad. We were still heroes f. r the field of ba .
byterian Church been converted J llift\ consummation of the I hen-nee public ; certainly never cani vote t
under
(having tlt j and believe will continue to be a national democratic tie-a nation of heroes ; but we were humMed!
preaching of the Rev. Dr. Hoyt of .\dJhGI., during j ;airnBiremcnt d<-5red by Planter] ," we ag.-iiu present MateKen. -. i I. bc,6uccc-vfully invoked for the perpetration of der a sense of our degrading mi fortun, and trtm-un

a visit of tliat ditinpulsh l divine tothUritv. ) j j fur consideration the be't and only] alte-inative ----- wrong or mix-hitf; especially in a government like I Homicide In Vorkyllle bled at the name of our ddt Not a nation ww M
,
in ls43,) Qr which denomination. I he WBa highly j for the em<'rgeiicyz\ : the r.-no.m'.Iir.' of th: Walker and Central America. OLIN, where the representative is so immediately I .\tjlfjTA. Nov. 2-Bdl. the agent of the Douglas trust uJar countrymen hardly knew how to

esteemed, li-eful and liberftl rneml/, lie leas no I' -gi-latur: to pl'ly the remedy. It i is the only I Wa-hington corn e*>oii.lnl] .,f the C'li.-irl/ .-<-toii, I dfpendeiit upon the will of cunstit 'nt. I take it, Colnnliany's N. Y. Commercial Agency, killed trust one onother.feet Behind ns was desolation, Bnenth e

family, 1&\'ing never be..n married. 11 is ,;..- WM t I power that can untie b-gitiiiintely/ the Gordian I II IKniot. JI*.rt.r1 'ay* tl.:1tru.. Car'v Joiie has n.t rc-port- that there H a manifest difference in point of prin- Jamei Allen in Y Yorkville South Carolina Saturday in the our public mind was doubt that we and had a nothing SuspIcion cJocr Inrkeoli

about fixt). I Such i i" the opinion, as e-e>inmuiiif'ate-1] to Us, c-d the Ji"'J\'u\, a (;io.-,'mm*.tit in Niiaraia! elj.l-- between the) assumption of power that involves }lat. Bell had communicated to his company in- to stand upf>n.In own

-- -- -. of many prominent citizen of t the Mate., .,f both I j.olitieal nor i i. tin're pi oof eif He t'J\i If'II'e fiom any other the iiuJifvingof a positive etntuteand otichan jrrious infornmtion cwuc-err.ing Allen which was the future, we aw, that it would ule o0f,

Planter" and the Tax_. I ,ui tlt-.l, who tnaiiif tine .arii.- < oiniiieii..iblej ] I fK-urcc; 1111.1 l it U teit.iin that V\ulk will soon re- assumption a- only piopo-eg to ,supply eau I the origin of the difficulty. Bell had been arrested. two, three and four years, at kist, before we fPnH

how fal we pay our Taxri at thiftimto *-. 1tTi1j1fitp. I j solicitude f--r th'- financial] juLcttirv that IHI, ehnnract.rize'l jKtir thiihrr, with Ii larger uriny than inc ha- htnt omiitt in the laBut as it i i- not my design or ,i Cay our we debts conk and! be recover free and our independent credit abroad at home and

probltm in jlitical tthiei dim'cult $ the I .f._.rt.- had, and .- t I. .-iliililyf! .. i From California and Havana.
: p a* of I-uu- ("rrec1.ori,1enn.[ if Plai.tcr' to diput \ any tro\ -rn- \\Uli tlllal"r] tlii- point but onlyto] throw out some j as individual

tion for the attainment) .,f j.rncti'-ul ol. j..-t-< Df any I \hoist however much we iiny dJffT]; with him "1'i i! iii'-nt i he 111:13: ti in'1. 'Ili>.->- n'e :idt ,rs.: <.ir..I1I1I i I n -tnll- I btiir:ftiotifor;, consideration I will pass on to con- [r j NEW YOBK, Nov. 2.-The stcmimnhip Quaker City That lonpr. dark day has passed, sod it was wor,

fur-fctcbed dirrl in *{...f ulath c .ieii<-..-. I J i. th: on th: *ubject in hand], w ar'- 3 j'lca=ed t., :-i-ord H ceand; ue may tff.lt.l tht m the fact that u' ('.ini- j eider what ito 1 be _;tilled by_ the usr-einbling of the I j ji has arrived from the IstlnniH, via Havana.i than this. The calamity ntsdf was gresfer-.fr<

frt nud only difficulty] that hai oturr..I.i.o th.- 1; 1'11'.ritJrit '.f judiriiiei.t, and (!H..iut..r..tf'.111.... .,f I 1.'I'ti.i I' -".n t., : -:11I1,1... it i ii not proUtbli-that I I tin I : I (;.'III'rll,111,1) and) the immediate: 'on-c'lIH-nct'd I i The Star of the Went was to have sailel on the and greater.bore Its much consequences were and more widely tprtd
more deqly ten
fjunuation of our ft'tl(1\n1r.t. .jf a f'Ifd'r! J.urI..ii. raily: utl"ill'I.y) tli<- nnt f'rtiinnt.and I I J'r..i.I'Itill ..r, reire* any i a\i>i.labldiscretion/ *!!! i: crow in>.* out ..r that act. : Suth and the brings a million and a Lalf of specie, mighty ajrricaltural community which ibly ronstitotM upon that

1. tlx"tivu 4 :!tolu.!.: t 1,0 I bcalir.? ..fIi'v ..f'rujeXiting : i lit.ralh'- "-udowed] .,f our mo-t ],iroii.iii. lit ,.iti7.J.. the ].t.-iii-. I In e
law, or the magic influne<- (f "..me wrecognized cll j; j may .:;al that (;ieiiM-al I'a/ni-aii, formerly our, Mini I is an exemption front the obligation to pay our j! The news is unimportant, both from Havana and calamity, however, U very great and very trying.

<:-u-tom. couft,....lly of it1 SI"II< of the Time : i t. tli.-I"rn5ii3'-an I! I Calafornsn. but it is not, in our opinion without remedy. It
Being '." f. I i'I. ="t. 1-I.uJ.li'-, nnd well known t t-Wif in Fpe<.5e. Will a call-of the Legislature at is that
', true it is a disaster from which w
rannot
peculiar kin.l not only in the iiov<'}liy of its origin, It i* TH> !1.r.'war"ul.lo: than true, that 111UJlll"r : a2* a ,\ IlIl'alllizf'all,1 l ...i-i'i..ral"r wilh I (;"'literal j jj thi hate date accomplish that object ? The tax cob j'I Tile appointment of a new Governor General recover in a single month. Bet we can nufterit

but in the acut.iiei. ..f, its :-ff.-.-ts, it b-.-oine3. highly: .-f tine w Iai,1.-al.- d].-alr I *, in Nw York city, nr- -endI i I j Walk, i i" lit j.r: -iil, in t this city, and] 1"1 c.\.II. I'i j ji lectors are required t.. make their settlemeitta at i iI J for Cuba has proved generally unacceptable. in eight months. Those whose failures are hope-

important to attack t tle sj}",1.i...Ji.] .:,.("itl'lr't| } I ill;; }.",-.t(1 Europe wh.l- ('ari'4 of nui'linn-ji/c i i iordtre.1 I b>- [(lU-hii.ir I with \ I i.roroiif. '-II"TJ.ri-" <' of which he 'I the Treasury departments) on or befor) the fourth i I l less will drop out of the struggle, and will cease to

and iwlutary rOf.diI.lt the .]i .tircht or I before tlie roiiiine'.f. mi nt of tine ;pr'.' Mir". !, i Is dial V t.. talk IIIII(.! 1 I Mouday in the preter.t month. If the Governor j nark disturb the progressive improvement which, after
I little will follow.
discriminating symptoms that fonu tlo.li of I Hating: no t-jtc'-i- t. the duties, and) Willl'l1It ----- -- Nww ORLE-.X, Nov. 1.-Sales of Cotton yesterday ,
,"ii'>- pay -k' uld termine. to assemble time Legi,lature, and Let ns very briefly sum up the facts of our caw.
the I Mr.: KI: >UI.K :-\\ill \ou j.Kas.- in--it the follow 6,500 bale, at unchanged price Receipts 101Fnir )).
pit-sent Ji"tfluror.criiU tli. i'u no eontraritty I hope of di-jio-iijt) ? of th<'m 'to coniitrv 11I.-1.:1111. I were even now to issue his proclamation fur that We will see that we are not pouring water into
ill ,t.iV.-n ( tli/ h
joint t .ar''r' of the rjwuth Carolina I worth
: of of opinion-upon tji| head all arf at re-!.- they) bare > i 1..J.lt'.1I1I"} I 'ii: {.tlo"- n>f ''''"-iiee i Kiil: Konil; I (.'"iii]>'iiiy," and I 11.].,:.', purjiose, the members could not convene in TallaliHv Sugar 5c. @ 5jc. Molasees 25c. Q 28c. bottomless bucket, never to be filled nor spending
It i is the ml) ,. Sterling Exchange 93. New York Sight drafts 6 an arrow at the moon, which, thorgh aimed well,
to .
ag of
treatment that tin- I)>,,:-t'.rs by r'tiirijing the g \O.1 l-i with tii: lo- ,-f in : nd] out i i ij Your-1, re-p.-i-tfully. I >*.e J.lJrt..f that Ja1.'hut IIIn..ttJ.o tax-col-I reach it '
I | H.-count. can never
differ." WIilt.nte ,i r.: in f.\-or"f i>iir-uiii" well freight-. H. K RL'TCEIN.( : ;' p: (
s j ]lectors do in the meantime Mu-st they jn anticipation The first thing which presents itself in our consideration
Jtfine.I rules of '. the cur.ili\e < j W(: n t-oe too that the }.n,krs( fr rur-'j.e j NKW ORLE\NI, Nov. 2.-Sales of Cotton 5,5uO' is our commercial position w'th foreign
Iratic' J"w'r carry of the favorable action of the
I --Tl.." ?. The .al.J of I>ir. < tors of the Kail: i Legislature ; bale
i
I
; Middling quoted 9} (it. lOc. MoWes! 25c. nations.
whkh are I I.
t i full! loadof .
u-tin. ) : nuth-rity of out <-tII.rlIat'l.1f irreit Ilrit.iin 1 "
J'J'1"t. 1./I 1:1:1: :l mi'.J] of t the I l.iuk! >iill! b<- iii-tinnet and Mpniateb amium tl'n rt "jtonxifjiliti/ to su-pcnd the colkction -

(Jtln'r" ar.2 Ji-J", (.J to. )J-1. irib,. tl,.: ui.l.fi..J; r... I and the 'lltirlcl1t-llliralil'liz' Imrnewjir-l to eJI'n II ._>.li''->, and) tin Capital of the Uuil I Uoa.l: nnd of I the of the tuxes, until, the meeting of that body ; .j j Men Pork $:W.<> Sight Exchange on New York 5 in We our owe favor.them England nothin is in Tine our balance debt. It of i is trade immaterial u

gioni r.-Ii"-n.], a l.arlatt the huid) times here. Thin btep, sajsa. Phi.'.i il. Iii nuk. 1IIIIiIio'I l Ic kpt I II Bank .hllllllt.\.c-t I I-- liable for the debts of the \1itii}\ I NEW YORK, Oct. 31.
-
f Sterling
"f'"i.I ,tl: IJliulat.) : li..I.i.w.u inflclt.. }I pl.ia p.iper may "-m j preferable to tin-in fIow.I.I.t :! Uoii'l Conijianv but the Jail: I I.,nn.i ( rliallbe the exi-'tiflg (Prs.r, go on with the collection inppeeji j Exchange'll1ott'd I have cho en, from time to lira*,toinvr t large sutm
.' (-h miiit rc-ultfn.iii I few tuoiilhs there J Jompany 7} @ S per cent premium. The Bank are dist of in our Railroad ccrujianie*. Their bitii
I inn It rnn-l be thoiiiii of money g
'
ur'"rrlut.,1 many
iuuotatior" j lulil. f.r tlie the malif tlir'tr
I debtof Bank, in ease of fjjl I -, sr a .n rtj)4i..Ii.I) ."It'Jr '.r 'IIg"4 ,,|,.. ..f II jje| I' Ialj>irrri thrown out of employ uncut ilJ the old) couu i ij Ij ur't bitiintrenn iii the J'lillua,1 1 which ,tired ltlite tfiit'ttr If the former ito be their counting. Specie dull at 1 per cent. premium. misfortunes them with heedlessly the stocks of 31iiseippi eorx rations.years ago If
projected
"-r iIt'fi'at ihi it.n. wu.'..- (.Jii-lriin.-' I .] t., r.- .-,.g- j j trie, in \i i.'tsOf the u-Mi] >toj.jxig> of tine Amii !i )nave n. ii.rrt-fpondinsj -har,'" i in tinBank, hull action, then will the subordinate nnd merely ntii.i&terinl .. NEW YOKK, Nov. 2.-Cotton very dull. Flour they had put their money in upon Mate U'cka> it would

.i "Jr r-I".t.l ':UT'--I".r.h'Jlt I'lar.1tr." ,11. J j ':lIn irad. Many of thee Jiome returning .-rnijranls not I b.; lnil)!.1.: t to the debts of time J.n ink.Nuvnna.r ni.vnitkbe required to take himself a i' heavy and unchanged; sales 10,OIHJ barrel Sales mama tecu tuff. All that U thus vested will be

I. a, 11)7 upon of Wheat '&.'>;")) White worth found to be The interest which those loans will
apj.ear ag.ri in our. "oluiiu.njjfit. "iuiri uiili j J in j1 carry with them tunidtrible nieani, the ro>: a s ; fl 55 ; Red $1 :31. K>
a" rc-spoiiMbility' from the assumption of which]
n'uiil force of rt ",.il. mid faviii.-itiiidi< lion the ,I j ult of yearb of toil and evoiiouiy. A letter fiomj A I'rauk oil"o-al. I i| Corn firm ; sales I:,t"_"> Lu:11c1O. Turpentine 52c. draw from the country will be comparatively malL
I we arc tol.l. the thief executive ought niodtatly) to But the actual indebtedness of England will be
iiHX/utmjoin TofKsili"ii tLit in thal j that iiuiubtr of tli Iri-h The H..n. Emei, 'fin I-thicri.Ig.) *, aii'Ainerieaiiineniber Rice 31Ic..
| *
Newhiurvjwirt quite a
..u.ren : Of 1 | -lirink'! But if the latl*'ri i. to be their action, then more than a counterbalance for any drain which

.-dy t a\crtan ndiiigdisiM.-r, '"-'.;I-i''I.1 !I! pnlatioii of t hat section ar': now -turnint! t., : I "1 t.Ii.- l.i-t (Con;i..-,- from Temi'-i-ec, bai. lately I will the dreaded mischief have been already consmmnxmuu.nte.1 may be made by her citizens for interest uj>on loans.

in part by th- or.rativn' ..t...iai'ni I I, w ,, j IL.j .. I Ireland will the m.ncy they bay Mtd.. 1'roUi j II will,ten a li.tt r in rtply to citiztn* of (;iib-mn uii- The Cholera In Europe. We at this moment stand lair and equal with all nations
: : I ], and beyond the reach of h' ilutire.- The. cholera has made its appearance in the North t and have nothing to or even to annoy
ut u c dfetl of (;", thi- explain the hteudy" run made th i in that .State, who i-it.II.im to din oppress
bly ly
fgr a
:htt I may on public
1crrlnt ;1.1 U'U'ICth J Jbniiki i li.-f.: ThU view of the matter' is too maiiifcrt to my J of Eun.>pe, which has produced some uneasiness us from abroad. What, then, i* our condition
*- prerogative ",f the law IIvill 4 in citiec by ner. In i theotire I of hi- rcmniks "Kau- i
1"'d.It.
making jwer by nubKitUtibgUl .- I many permsof KHI.IJ. inin l to need further elaboration. I in England. Tine course of the dim.-a is subtUntially in regard to our home resources ? We shall simply
3UJ.pip) a Mnittutiu !! an 1U1ti\). '.!", a c connected) with the slavery ijiiiTtion waalwayi I cpcak in round numbers, but within the minimum
'aUf' The iiiimcdiate < growing out of the the that which
cquencts same as it pursued when it
uLfJi..rl.! t', a fiuiiicjil tXi. ':II"r c frnnnUvacl.nowle.lge - I a humbug. It U the j.ul.li-: )hindi within ] of the thfi true figures
I riertloi. :." I cinbling of an extra 6e s5on of the Ceneral} Awcmblv nrt broke out in that country twenty-six years ago, j Our cotton crop of lat year was one hundred and
our to -ivt .,f J her liord'-r which niaki-i Kan-.i 5nt"-rebtiiip to oi -
liability) curl any JHMeible We haven<-w additional returns fr'mwhi J"" I [ arc mattiT-f worthy of the most ceriourf coueidration and caused a fearful mortality and indescribable thirty millions. It will be now worth one hundred
it i
combination of(-ir<:umslaneft I'rl.f f thr attendant litical tiii'l'-ro at tint 1mm'i I 11I"r saw a half dozen and
The State have been laid with ref sixty.
taxes
consternation.
I < h confirm IH Iii tine belief that ,the I democrats
jxn revolution. jlself/ that' would warrant intelligent Soutlurn men who b .lie\ed it couldor Our tobacco crop this year will produce twenty
the of bknnialseb-iions of the General -.4
\ ercnicto holding -
have elected tl candidate for
such unlawful '-\erti.f JK W extra exion cannot be held Tin : BROSWICK NAVY YARD.-Tlia ui ltingtonc.rresl'on.nt. ..ftim'u
a majority iu l both bntnohes othneir State A--mtly-nn this Union which grow tobacco, and the crop (
Om-titiiti-nal of braska act wag jut-t as HV-ctual to make the ter-
Jiiuilnli.unnf e
1"\ ar: innde 1"Jh1:1tnr'. 'ithout incurring an extra draft upon the treasury, ) of the New York HtratJ states that year is an average one.
to r"trjc tlivdirrerfiitd -jmrtm..ritiiof the Govrn- ritarie free States, as was the Missouri ConiproA heat in 1850 hundred millions
the Brunswick Yard Our was one
be
Minne otn is .)x-raticall ou. The hjt and) U meet this extra draft we must pay an extnrnouot Navy likely to postponed crop
ni.:ut "itbjl limited) and well iikfii.I l ( duty I'aul of bushels, and estimated that year at an equal
: 'ird..f I'ionc-or of the 20th of tax for the next 3wvr.. Is this a time to indefinitely as one of the speculative lobliyjoba"of stimulus
and l., [ifrinitilh) <-r dpartm txi ', says: w- amount dollars. Since then a very great -
t. itn prescribed limit- t., g bojond "Tli*; returi are coming in ,1'w1I.llt] ; <.noughhav A Singular CouMltulloii In Oretjou. im-rcase; our taxes ? I-t the full of six cents in the the government. has been applied to wheat-growing. Then

the IUI'I.J."t1'O. omitum in 1 been received to sure 114 tlat the democracy) The new constitution of Oregon, says the DayBook pri.je of cottan within the last thirty days, give had only eleven millions of acres in wheal Now
law in
one jiitini'what oth", -r coiiptitutiorml I of Minnesota have made a clean sw eep. electing the bid's fair to contain ronnie curiou aturen.-..- tla/ response Beside, what would we gain as a C'orrepondence X. Y. Herald. we have not less than twenty-five. It is seven
( l kg al l rctraiut.is there to infractions whole State ticket and handsome majority in Interesting from Washington.WASHINGTON years since then, which u an item to cause increase
fr""fntliruilr One ofthni-se prejmred at ,ui.last datcii) in the Con-
the of the ? We
people, by meeting Legislature
vf. duty Leu-aft upon both branches of the legislature." Oct. 25, 1857. and must be added to that of years, and the greaUr
"Jglt an. inbuffi"rlt vtnlion, wa t" aliolinh the firand; Jury system, on incur au extra expenditure of money, which in demand now than then. The product of wheat,
Our In addition to the above the ..lIo".iDc.nfirmlt.ory The of the
Jrttfxt corrtsjxmdent that by ,the we give sweeping operations present financial
.Jllit account of its expense and inquisiloriul character amount would greatly exceed the premium; that it we have no doubt, will be two hundred and twen
revulsion in the down of banks
breaking rniroa.leorpornt.ions. ]
lat"J.t.j i only J. hdd be letter from Governor whichwe ,
t"ra K legal tender Medary, bushels It be rated at an
t millioas of
and substitute' therefor the result of the examinations ty-five may
would the the -
but that it i is cost us to buy specie to meet requisition manufactories merchants stock jobbers
alone to the of find in the Ohio Statesman : in dollars.
"I'Ilcablo csie debtor equal sum
before justices of the peace Another is to of the Treasury department. In a business time general industrial interests of the country, of
millions
and gold.
creditor in the character of ) Kr. I'At-L.M. T., Oct. 17, 1857. made California will produce forty-five
iJlh'iduHlc. nn. have profound impression the administration
mAke the Go\crnor oflicio tl'ca"urer of the State point of view we should be only "gaininga loss" upon This will not leave u* as heretofore. Then four-
was nevrrdfMgn to control a Mtvreign State in BUR SMITH: We have won a great victory. circles of Washington. The President and
to }have no Lieutenant Governor, and to make the the of such it would afford fifths of it went away. This year four-fifth of it
a courst-
adoption
its dealings with it-i citiz.-ns." Now, with alljroper Every branch of our new State eminent is Iem- by his Cabinet fully sensible of the new responsibilities -
'WI
deference ocrntlc.conresalnen and milL Tliit rnnult cotabliiihea Secretary of State Governor pro tern., in ca;e of the no ultimate relief. thus devolving upon them are beginning seriously will remain.
to -rior of in 1850 estimated at 2Ct
the Our was
} ftip It-gal aUlU"1 of the political distract r of Minnowta and its nationwl dentin of the Executive. A third novelty i is the limitation Nor are the consequences to the members of the to consider the ways and means which will crop of dollars.corn This we shall have eight
'Jntr. we iun4 deny t h.- <-omp tibil5ty of the imjK.rUnce cannot be too estimated. most happily combine retrenchment in the millions year
highly of the niimlx of members of the public
State Sen- Legislature, matters for light consi cration. Manyof hundred millions of bushek It will be worth more
two proportions thult t..J the law of tender In haste, 1.;. if Ell A RY.J2 expenditures and relief to the country. And first,
is general which I ate to fifteen and of the Assembly to thirty, with them have business engagements which must in regard to the Tree-wiry; expenditures, the policy than the sum of that year.
applati. it i i. articles have a long h't
Besides these we
undoubtedly }biennial sesn&onnln. A fourth is the r;V/i of Mr. Cobb not stated in late staple
Aw identified Cone ejstem render it greatly inconvenient for them to attend was exactly a despatch
how u the ? Whitney, VMlong with the
iinl \ would the
ltt t-xcfpt'-d it b.: by .. of exports, which swell tggregateaniountto
w.rue ;
the Herald.
[ of nt nil clrctions. This has to Upon this question his at
been
voting public extra I\es..ion-none of them could have anticipated -
making tidion.4 distinction project <>f building railroad) 'to I tinI'licitii- in u an an irnm nsj number of millions -
call or tttablithing tention I\nIthe attention of the Cabinet has been
incongruity of r<.l.ati.n-hij.! Idwcn the citizen recent letter t.the New VvrkJcurnalof IJonnni r r, d.nij all along in Oregon and) i id the old English &o sudden n call ; and some, doubtless are directed to three important points to-wit But we have not finished the .reckoning1. It h

plan adopted} ,thence Into Virginia, and from Vir- absent from the State which would the to be remembered that there is at this moment in
and tli State ? Yet in th; entire absence on the finaiKial tr..ulI.of the times, says I. i is preclude First-In reference to necessary publie works much ount of
the a
hands'of i
tinysuch the people a larger
giniii carried east-ward through Kentucky and Mis- of attendance result to be already commenced such as new Post Offices and
legislative proision will of the offi fs horrible, it nukeiiiug, to ronlcmplaU the widespread po-rsibilitj full more specie than baa ever before been in the United
< er
tlC and ruin .ouri to Or. un. The voting ii done in the same deprecated than the assumption of recoiumonded Custom House Upon these, from economical considerations the lean. As a people
follow Besidtt
invoked not to violate an exiftting law be, misery inevitably to thi power the work begun will be continued. State. people owe
it may rvlIl..jm. Il way iu Kansas There are cotne other interesting in this communication. they are not in debt The South is comparatively
but inn-it e\t(-11.1'r the whole laii.la
t supply a casu r 4-nnisaui, which under the ; Second-In regard to public works for which
conntitution North
can only be done by the w.ToftlicStato. bankrupt people, and! \i-ry noon a Government ft'lItUTl'1which may be briefly btated thus: Judgesofcourtit In conclusion (Mr. Editor.) I desire to expreas the appropriations hare been made but upon which and free from South debt pervades, and a very the agricultural general prosperity community.i

An f.x.uthe or Igblath'e officer( with au mply t IrwiMiry. TIle tears 1111lighl) of arc rendered ineligible to any office other opinion that t'u a moral point of view, no employee active work has not yet been commenced. Upon Thewjfreal, resources will assuredly put us all

ouUideof the lawn nililtfra his duties/in' the widow and oiphati with tlie necessity mere speculative
a* lobby job
prcwiiLiiig they may ha\ been elected aud for one year thereafter services in different from that ; nod when a large body of our exports will begin to
powerless, legitimately, f.,r the > of man, will for the next eight years cause the for hid a currency and while the firstvi11"be prosecuted the latter

good or *vil, citlirr afh'rmflthly Mccoh'IJllun.ut or slavery quealioii to nhimbcr} auk form the elements ; towns and cities arc pmhibilcd from ce ntracting wll<:h constitutes the circulating medium of the class will be suspended. yield us ample returns. -
neJ"th-c 1 1 debt fur hatevcr }banking Third-In relation to the general financial and -
any purjwjHe ; And ( that with
furthermore a
B private ctin. Tliw cannot dcnied. fur a new tolitical era, hoKcd on the attempt to en- country compliance EiwlWng the Currency
the
1I'ulo"iiol It commercial measures of administration in
charlirrt are absolutely prohibited, lit that the buitinetH the order ill for the connection of the Journal Commtrtt
Tine integrity of our n u.. tflbli.-h a United States bank, with bankrupt act Treasury utterly impracticable with the financial crisis, a comprehensive A correspondent of

more the virtue and intelligence government of the:citizen lle and high tariff to be followed with a gr-ItrHll'.plt'1I1 of corporate t I bunking. will.I I not be recognized- Miupk reason that the amount of specie required to field of inquiry is. presented, which will requiresome makes the following the suggestion defect concerning of Banking a mode
--- of our
DpD leading
than and of internal irnproemcntH.." pay our taxes is "hot in the country, and is not to time and deliberation arrive ot any detinite supplying
integrity of the
officer. .
tlt"potel fidelity Br.nll.YII'Th. : Philadelphia ..ArJ11I1)'' system:
-- -- 4 -- be had between this date nnd the period prescribed programme.I
We law the Sub
la-c an instinctive JrrJ of the aH ofpower We. honi-Htly' l I-Jic\'c| that if every bank note cV('.rprinted am assured that the administration will on Let Congress pass a authorizing
urlltior
and in t We are in'irmed by Captain MrNelty of the by law for the p.-iyment: The State tax for.timiaoilily go Treasury at its various offices to receive gold on de
a and continue the useful public works
responsibility country the manufacturers IiIilheeii already commenced
by
.ih
eUaiuer Welaka Savannah! ( thatthe rag currency assessed about six thousand posit, and issue certificates therefor in sums of$20.
dollars
says Jtorylan., ( i is at in connection with the several
institutions i departmentsof
f
republicau I : :atun; of anarchy binned 'i-ix weeks ago by the handii of t lieciflu.nrn.nni $50, and $100,payable to bearer, or order as may
and d first bale of H. I._ Cotton that parsed OUT the and) 1 speak advisedly on the subject} when I say the gO\'ernment-legi.slatlv, financial, postal
at
with furnish
potism, dnng to tlc .lbi- hangman and) t the specie now locked be desired. This will a currency par
ity of prtgrt Fcrnnndina Railroad, .was brought to this city on up thi t the fiiilfot that amount in specie, could not be army and navy-and these works will cover millions from Maine to California, and serve to equalize exahangea -
Ututional iY
& c<) right
ri
iu the Imnkii put into circulation, there would have of expenditures during the current and next "
the people, on iHur-lrated : annalnl the Welaka ycxlcrday. C pt. McN. alBOKlates that eelloclesd together if all the chicken money" were fiscal but careful diltinctlon.will be made also.
badly inEnglUh J-y been fur lend distress in ,the country than we art year; a The seems well worthy of considera
the execution of Charles frt on the block, and in the health of Jacksonville !ill fcliglilly improving, How Buffering." thrown into one pile. Suspension ex necEssitate rtinUircs between works of practical utility and that vast tion. It suggestion is certainly a very serious defect in our

France of Louis the MtU- nth by the guillotine, and that other placcn on the route between thin city ,.- ns in the face, and some effective action oughtto class of corrupt lobby jobs which flouiished so extensively present system that it has uniformity, that wa
under the last two reckless and ruinous
and more by the aDd 1'al.itkn, continues healthy. Anticipated Demand lor American nreadtullw. IHJ taken and that promptly. have no paper money, nothing in a form suitable
recently wene* hnve administrations. In this class of
bloody that lobby speculations
I will only add that instead of delaying the collection for remittance, which has the same value in every
been in one of the cities of our Union in a we may enumerate the new Navy Yard project of
ent BcvecajisUiiUiiguiehed American officers are now The London Star of October fith says that the part of the country. The necessity for such a currency
of the taxes to the first day of January as Thurlow Weed and others at an obscure binding
fimiJr a umj tlon of power t difrnelis a portion in Wathir ton, it iu said, endeavoring to get Into anticipation which} had up to that time prevailed I the coast of Georgia and several beautiful lobby constituted the whole stock in trade of the
would on
former communication I ;
in eO
of oar fellow citizen Hi il suggested my advocates of National Bank after it become evident
true there is a
no the British service in India. of a plentiful crop of potutocn: in that (country hadbeen jobs in California Oregon and elsewhere. Most of ,
between the now recommend that an order be issued by the from sad experience that such an institution
anlogy ment of the rue under consideration l Kiiddcnly dispelled The Star nays: the schemes are pure schemes of plunder and maybe
and the The debt of Huwia is Uted Treasury department with the sanction of the Governor with the late inland was not the safest custodian of the public funds-
cited to
o c for of illus public amount to Within tine Jatt few weeks, however, the rot has as conveniently dispensed as The Sub has admirable substitute -

tration, but the plea fur thus actng purloll il same in J33fXW,000 francs about 277,320,000.By manifested Itself( in the inmost extraordinary manner. directing the tax collectors to proceed forthwith Navy Yard at Memphis.Tennellllae." the chief recommendation for it Treasury in this respect proved If an it could now fulfill
Hundreds of will for the to collect the taxes in the notes of such of the for which was that it was above the
all which is and acres not nay digging as sole
t guard protect the public weal. the remaining function of a National Bank br
the fever.
cr the arrival of a vessel at New York, we the potatoes although looking very well when tirl Chs-jUston and Savannah banks as are now performing pint of yaller based gold
furnishing a absolutely
the be
WbJ pita may morally good in the mouth It is believed that by putting the axe to the roots currency upon
have confirmation of the report that the war of taken out of the ground in twenty-four honrs are the t office of a circulating medium in the of these of and silver, and of equal value in every part of the
honest citizen
tle who) desire* a commendable unfit for 1111.'. Unfortunately thin sudden maniffir- lobby log rolling job. plunder and spoliation desired in
races was raging fearfully in Yucatan. About the riflniry) business transactions of the country.iiaorytr .- of all sorts many millions will be saved to country, it would leave nothing to be
S object, it i too often simulated by the anarchist Uitlon of the disease i Iii not confined to any particular this direction. The issues of State Banks would
middle of last month limo Indians entered a village, dlxtrict, but sce-nis general. This I. would mccct the cordial approbation of the treasury; and that the he4Yylc.abgesfrom the
for purposes inconsistent very very.. continue to afford a for the ordinary'purposes -
an with degoge totally about sixty miles from ilerida, .with.apparently mini intelligence, for the poor" ns it will practically the people of this county and I believe of the whole enormous spoils corruptions of Fillmore and poor of the business currency community, the Sub Treasury

tlr holow.here professions. history and friendly and. accomplUhed put this valuahlu} cxculcat beyond their reach.- PLANTER. Pierce, will thus be stopped. Depend upon it, Mr. certificates used for transmitting funds
purposes .tbe- massacre State. being mainly
Buchanan and his Cabinet will
enervation teach us the* it i b much easier have had har- profit from the lobby
pre Fortunately, 'however, We a plentiful line
For*
t Jfew
vent th. Inception of'error in the of almost every human being. More than five hundred "eat," JUISCT, FtORID.4. disclosures of the last Congress, and will lop off to distant point*-

government bodies of the slain had been discovered in the . all mere lobby excreseuces, root and branch.As .

communities than t eradicate I afterwards, and, woods and it was believed that many more had The Territory of Minnesota, which will 1 Htr1. J. F. Farniworth, member Congress elect indicated, the comprehensive issues involvedin The Democracy of would the vote for thfcdevil.. if he
the escutcheon of State such were the nominee panty.Erchasnge.Yes
A far our ha been preservedthus perished. doubtless be nmde a Stale thin winter will add two from Chicago, is said to be sinking fast, and no hope bankrupt propositions law, a new as federal A new financial tariff law, a new for ; but he couldn't be the nominee. The Democrats -
by system
untie any Irresponsible movement Senators to the Democrat Jn, Congress as the Ter- is now entertained of his recovery. The circulation the regulation of.the banks and their always nominate men of their own party.
of gov rmnemVlet us not no'w turn a deaf ear TMK: PorvtATiox OK KASHA*.-The lute vote in of blood in one of his lower limbs lIas ceased currency Advocate.
ritorial Legislature is strongly Democratic, One entirely new commercial regulation, a government loan an Baton Rouge

: t the voice of prudence which i ever suggesting Kansas will range between 15,000 and 20,000, Indicating of the Senators.will probably be Oen. bliltlda.j Aud mortification has set in. issue of treasury notes, &., will require time and

to the mind of the patriot _t.b4t.crnal_ vigilance istiwpric a population not much below 100,000. ..Thisit -. .i .i deliberation. But upon all these matters the at- A telegraph dispatch from Washington to

of J Bat wc'-'iHR-not press this constantly increasing by overland arrival '-The More than five 'biThdred printers have,already CALEB CUSIIINO.-The'democrats of Newburyport tention of the President and his official advisers the Journal of Commerce, on the 2 tlfof October.

rew of the case rl'further We ;trust. we- have sid Ureneeltrald of Freedom say that'.the roadsare been thrown out of(employment, in New. York' city, : ,h tc'on n ted lIon Caleb ;Gushing for their representative economical will be earnestly government devoted, and to a the safe great sound ends, harmonious of an- announces that the administration are opposed to

enough t induce reflection. tija'1 all we dub'e covered with tbe wagons of families. seeking in conscqucnccpf tlio' Veductioa iu, the business of; in tim State Legislature.. lIe. accepts permanent and solid financial and commer stopping the expenditures on the public works.

:!:A- an argument against': aid from new locutions. book aDd job oHtct-4. Uienoiniuatlon._ vial system throughout the Union The President Insist upon oontlnuting opewtiona.

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;; OF It'llB >ia CREDIT.-We prrsent ESTATE OF I IVEW STORE-NEW GOODS. r Jo ri1-Btin' Compound
WAKU1LA IRON WORKS;
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the NEW GOODS GOODS ;
Mrtorv of <> :r abused credit during pnt -NEW --
the John G. Gunn Deceased. FLUID ElTRACJTQF .
.."k : WEBER & DANNHEIMER, NC": Por"t'F1a.
FOR TilE
'Iofliy. I Carted my 1'flflk operntion ; ALL Persons indebted to the said h\- i SARSA.PA.niL&A, .

TU'f'IIlY. owned millions by all calculation; : ACCOUNT, are required to dole the : FALL AND WINTER MERCHANT TAILORS, This EiUbli'ilunfDt is Nowtindtt Fell Blut.I Combining all the medical virtues of B .T-e "* __ __

vctJfle'Jty my brown stone JwlBce began ; same by Not or payment, Wi or before the first daY AICD nEALEI.S IN .: -...- --- Dock Dndehou, Hofcdtifafiarsaparilla,-and

'I1lu nY. droC out spanking bay pan ; of January next, and those indebte I bv Note, are I RE A I) Y-MADE CL O THING I ,t1tp. drath or Mr.Pond. Mr. Gro. 3. Kixo Wild Cherry Daffc purr is the mOst potent Blood Purifier

FriV:I gun- magnificent ball ; expected to pay or satisfactorily arrange the same TRADE. SINCE charge all commonicatk, therefore ii, the known world For the cure of rofoU.Rlwu' S
Sutiirilnv nn!hedj irith just nothing Hi alL within the same period.All AXDGENTLEMENS' ; _
und relative to work:&.., should be addressed m. nmti m. Gout Dropsy, and all Cbioaic Dwrtsee, it
notes
Or) : Of TIff REVSONS.-During the May ann\'er. j will be placed In accounts lying over after that clay, _._ FURNISHING GOODS. All work coming under tbe head of this business has no equal. '

nrit'C in \-w York th! folio inij dialogue} wns pl'oes/l. eoltction The law undersigned! H now receiving i his Stock of -.. will be promptly, mechanically and neatly executedat r' "*
ovorheanl between to (f the m stays: I say 'I IJimn1 gives U the Eeutr no iand"H, they cannot : THE J..tLL1.1) WINTER: GOOD*. "I'lIE SUBSCRIBERS are now opening, at as Mottrraff n charge ns price of labor, Ac, will A I Medicine to be Aa1lJJ dotcn to potttritjf u' atiny 6/H..

'. what i j" the itlranine of so many preachers I consent dulgence.to asUte any personal responsibility by in \ Lich wants neither in Quantity, Quality or Style.1 -L. the Store next to Minors. G.& J. Megin- |rlni ju tiy.( to tit, kura Fa.-U;. ,' t _
all together?" Why," answered Jim, :a well selected Stock of Fall and Winter Jr/. This Establishment is not for the
1'iniherc I kept up purposeof Internal & Ext ri1a1
William for the Ladies Great
here S. (I unn, one of the Executor*,will attend Embracing Goods, suitable for _
"IlicV alVs meet once a year ournions CCI)8hIg' making money (strange to say) M dear bought .
with each other.OTIII ." I. at ihe old counting rootn of the deceased, for the pnr- I Silk Rob* a Quille, Side, Stripe Delain Hoi"-?, I GENTLKMEXS" 112'A R, I experience has demonstr ted to me, it cannot be donein I'.MnT'i '
of
--. -_ -- pose ranking settlement i I" Flounced. Clmllie ". I sotisisting in part of French and English Cloths, Case'untrcs I this region at tbis branch of busines!-but for the DR. JOIIIV CLIP'S KING r"PAI (.

,\ .K or nit: c;>oi> 1.1111IF ovn CITY Tl1oTlnJ\ ; C.WM.H.S.Dul'ONT(IINN. Exl'rB- : BroeaileB.iyadiere Stripes.I' Plush Barrg* and, vcstings of the latest style and best quality : benefit of the unfortunate, who happen to have Eu-. 1! warranted to cnn-the following diseases to wit"-

TJI f EmCACT 01SITS -- I f I i Canille R..bos \vh,!c\i\ gig and such like, repair. Bowel Weak Storaach. _
Nov, ?, 1857. 45 I I I Chini (;1J'rilltl'J Merino liW i. \ they nre prepared to make up to unlc/ iu e. Cholera. Complaints Dysentery
1m. ) '.\ I : CELEBRATEI11IFU: (;F:, I -Quill.- ---------- -------- :I Satin: )Striped'Ii1icll'ult do; Loire. Delain ', I 'a 'I'fkllJnfllike and f.uhioi.able manner and on lltt l'ittrriis. Slock, .1lmhil1t'I''jol"; tf'C., ftinyLuff Ocnert I Debility Liver Complaint: Dyspepsia,

UV TLKMINO BKOS.XLW I fovBLE TrsMs. Also, a good assortment of Ib'I'I' in Order, ami (f rKU'AltKtt: All Wool Ithtins.MANTLES.
: Notice :] .
W D'of
Braise
READY-MADE CLOTHING can lit "Ttirnftl OuCflth vere Burns. Asthma Pthisic, Sores

: YORK, Fel 7, 1802.' I SIX Months after date, I shall as executrix of the i j! consisting (;Fine Black and I Colored Cloth, Frock I I .. .Xtaliie. mxl Dip i
t1fI 1 do hrl'ehy certify to the 'public. that a Eltt-Benjamin Johnson, late of JuScr-on l>r tVEKY MATERIAL AND 8T1'LK.Embroideries Coats, Fancy Caishnere, Business C.'ats, Black and Pullies, Plumber Boxes, Hangings (or Cholic, Head nnd othachc. Coughs, Cold, Cancer

'llil.l 'fm l'o, fr years old, I Wing troubledith] I. county, Florida deceased render my final accounts 1 Colored Raglans arid Ovei Coats, Black and Fancy Shaftings. Spur Gearing, Water and Steam Pipe, Tumors. Swellings. Clita and Scalds all Pains Scrofula and or Aches'King'sEyil in
and apply to the Honorable Thomas J. Chace, Jml"cof Cocks, Gauge Cocks, Grate Bars, Plow Castings, Scarlet Fever, 4
I :Jw4 to purchase bottle I uf Dr.lUrcVCeUlr.itcd V'sJ..in and Ca.-simere Pants Figured Grenadine Stop
\\/1 raedlcfce
This has
"orlll' Fii-batc of the Court of Probate _f said Countv, : 0.R: \ KIND.Yalcncetie I and Fancy Silk and Cassimere Vests. Srgar Rollers, Circular and Upright Saw Mill and whatever fonn they may appear.
M I Vermifuge, prepared by Flein- :j. fora discharge from further administration ..ftll) said Maltese and Honiton Lacca. Gii-st MH1 (leering, Circular and'Uprigbt Saws. AcAc. been before( the public about thtee years and has relieved
; Fitt-bunrh, PA., which I uJmilli t'n.I. I ItllI.l estate. I ---IIJIso- Short more suffering in that time than all other similar -
SARAH
in nfl'd I A. JOHNSON BONNETS, BELTS AND TRIMMING( RIBBON'S.The ., tc., Generally kept on Hand, or got Up on saLe al Da. JouvBiLL'ii
rl'l11ta-, it brought away an iininrKr !i Moutieello, Nov. ', 1857. 45-6m I A good assortment of black and fancy silk cravats .Notice. In Fact, Here i if the Place fr nil tLIW\n pn-jmrations combined. For
the ____ undci signed would also call the attention of the I in Louisville and New
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I h I II 111I.llil.S hiits merino, cotton under shirt Work in this Line Done Right and with DUpatch.
1 bunches and ; :, silkjand up
,,int,.'r '-f'mi''"* in firings; many had I Pulilir generally to his large and complete SU>ck .f York.
: collars socks Ac. halt dozen constantly -
myself
Notice. gloves, Having some a Engines _
Gents and Youths Fall and Winter
Clothing,
child i ip0W is
of U-ing cut to pieces. My
the api-aram- I I' The subbcribers are new beginners and not entirely runningcau!'il the Establishment to be erectedthe Dr. John Bnll's
aud Youths Fall and Winter
Gents
fi.i.'UiiS, n ost excellent 11(I1th. 1 take pleas- I SIX Mottl' after date I shall present my final nc.i HATS. CAPS. : unknown to the community, and they pledge fame cause tnast keep it tip. Therefore, you Can of Wild acerlaiaeura ,
rVvoiiinwiidiiig it Iwlh to joungand old, as i vouclert. to the Hon. Jud:e of Pro- .Ih themselves to give sitisf.iction to all who may '[I\'nr always rely on having work done at theWAKVLLA Compound| rtet..riat Cherry,
urt' in bat!, of county as administrator with the BOOTS AND SHOES.PLANTATION them with their patronage.J. for Coughs, Colds and, diseases of the Throat and 0 -

one (If tin In-s-t medicine 1 r\t-V Used.MUS Will annexed of the Estate of Mary Saltonstall late GOODS, WKIJEK IROY WORKS. I.1IJbl.SliM 4

J\X-V JF1lSt'N, :SS Ninth street.f of said couuty deceased, and ask for a -+- Jiy AMF.s A LIVELY Y. Tallahassee.
discharge frm Kerseys of everv kind, B.tgging aud Rope, L. D.\ HEDfER. amid New York.
Pur.,lia.'tr will be run-fill to ask lor III:.M'LAXE'S said adiuinitration. Saluda Hut Here Comes the Nca.1 Important Thing. Principal 'Ullcu--LouutnIle

nL1mTEn;: : VtR1 n FUG t. manut\u'lurt bY FUJoI1Sa JOSHUA TAYLOR, AdmtY.dc.Nov Marlboroug Stripes Stripes and Russets Blankets.: and black Shoos, __ Sept.n. '2C_, 1857._: __3_J-tf_ ____ PAY PAY PAY June 27. '57. -- 26 --- 1
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'.. /*' All other-rrr.tfujres in comparison -
JIlt',of/'i? '<"J'1- 4561Wantd Plaido, LitHcys biid Kt-nV." ,Jeans
arc w'oN'1'1- Pr. M'Lmm's genuine Verrailuge. aluoHf heavy Cotton O)naburghs, Yiigiuiu all Wool Lin'eyljJ : To the ladies of Tallahassee You will send t<> New York' Philadelphia and Baltimore l United States Mail line '

celebrated 1 Jt'rr rill.i.fan Vow IK-hud at nil respectable i1-4 brown and bleachWool limits, I and have work done, without for n moment
tri'Acw/the iigimfuK(( dreaming of credit, but here at home, where there are -raoM-
domestics
tin: ""IM."O'lt t4j" ftnvint FLEMING Hr.( A TIDY t the (lnlieR of a Brown cd and Steel Iron and Nail, us. DAVIS:: through the kindness of wholesale I no Banks or Banking facilities, or surplus capital you NEW ORLEANS: TO KEY WEST .
, ] __ __ house and bleached Sbec- Complete asv>i tment of j' and fashionable} establishments in Charleston .
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c-k or a Iml family. Liberal want 1, 2, 3. 4 and 5 years credit and then require. U
lingo, Hardware.CARPETING. A N 1IXTERMKWA > -
wages given. A white woman preferred. and Mrs. M. A. Howland of Macon, has boon enabled one to ride from 50 to 500 miles for pay, and probubly ".
>JtY. 'I 1-: FKORIDA PORTS',1'
OBITV to the well selected stock If Bonnets .
replace of
ui
-ALSfl- ultimately expend from in(I to 95 |I'n a
tn-ww Sl 1-1.on-Mn--- .._- w1I.M1 ._.-4. .-,.-c"I',-.-.on OIH- Luui'r-d tons o'd Cat Iron. Highrttcash I Brussels. Three Ply and Ingrain Carpets, 1t&bon.'I. (tA;., AT., blilcn elie lost on Board 01 tIme amount in collecting I Is this right! Is this encouraging CO.fM.CTt.: WITH THE !

('L.\-ti. Kt H.fcU*".ln i the >7tU 3(1.Irt.fhls age. prices given. Apply c at the Parlor Rugs and door Mails. Steamship Southerner in the awful gale encountered Home Industry ? If BO, cnn you be surprised STEAMER ISABEL

Th wnlcr of Jhi notice bin ing been intimately acquninjrd FULTON FOUXDUY.O All of the above mentioned, articles, will be sold upon n recent voyage from New York to that it does not thrive'Arrangemcnls ?

with the dt.'-. fevl*it to IKu duty to fl'.rd tlie many 7, 1867. 4 upon as good terms as cnn be bought of any House Savanu ih. Her stock of fancy goods will be {received must he made for payment before lolL \VANA.o\ AND CHARLESTON AT EKI IfttK.TJII I

virtue, w hh'h dignified anil ad vnod his huracler. lie w ns t in the City. aud opened for inspection by Friday next delivery of work through some House in this place, ..... \

left.n orphan at an early age, but his father had amassed a D. C. WILSON.Oct. when she will with pleasure wait upon her customers. St. Marks, or Tallahassee-that is far enough from : SOUTII1ttft .

large pr"jTty, which.hnd it IH-Cn projxrly managed would In Chancery.Abraham 17, 1857. 42 ,September 26., 1135;. 39 home. .
"have\ benefited) the lieir but through carelessness) and mismanagement -- --- -- You may I he good but we cannot run after our Steamship Company

on the part of Kxcrntors, the lieirs Mere left I ts.K 78,000 Havana Ladies Dress Goods. hard earnings in this Department. Bt'Fldc'5.'llcn_

Bcnni)*"*. The d>ccabd finding:himself without a Mipport William H. Gniin and John G. Smith, In Gads- Segars, TEST Fall and Winter styles of new and beau Labor i is credited out, parties try hard to make themselves Of NEW BdSSeBH ORLEANS 4 I

entered the counting room of Nicholas Gouv rneur. lie: I Administrators, debonis non of the den Circuit OF the following favorite brands, now in Store I J tiful Side Stripe and Bayadere Robes of Silk, believe it is not half done because they owe I 1 T ,WING laken the mail contract for above poft.

lo c\or.remained in that bituation hut a short time. HUhiclmutionj Estate of Cornelius English, dec'd. Mid and for sale by AMES A; LIVELY. Poplins and DeLaine, Trimmings Laces, Embroideries for it. \,ill run two first clns Sea Steamers regularly

und tasttes by no means lending to mercantile and Joseph English,Josiah English .Cur Circit 4000 Young America Ac.,jiibt received byIIODGKISS DANIEL LADD. twice a mouth, meeting in the Spanish Hole on the

rcrsui'J,he rtipped tK-foreJhe: mast and by assiduous labor -- Thomas English, Lacy English, of Florida. 3000 Ho Napier, SCOTT POOLE. New P..r July II, 1657. 28Taylor's 15lh and 2'Jth, and leading the same eveninj.

and untiring zeal he became at the l'arlngt nineteen Joshua :English, Elizabeth English, fiOOO El Mundae Neva Londrea, Sept. 1\, 1857. 38PLANTATION THE "STEAMER SPRA r. ,

f the Captain) of one,.ftbt' tatft!hij>s Bailing from New York. Nancy English Jane S. Johnson, 8000 Empress Eugenia Cotton Gins. will leave New Port in time morning anil St. Marks

At that time the Captain Tve jI el), *hen ascertained to be Louisa Lastinger,and her husband, 6000 La Islets FOR SALE. terminus on the arrival of the Cars from Tallahassee.

tompelc-nl and truolworthy was also supercargo. The prof- William Lastinger. I 4000 Old :Figaro 'THE subscriber offers for sale a desirable and val- '\T g hare on hand Uins of 40, 45 and 50 Saws Liking mail, jmwngers, baggage Bud freight to and

I arising from this source in a short time enabled him to retire IT appearing te the satisfaction of tbe Court by 2000 Mon Iuras, Plantation, situated one mile from Monti and can deliver them cither here or at New- from the Steamer,and returning in season for the *1-

from a sea-faring life, and lIe then cukiUUhed himself in afdavi made and filed in this cause, that Jo- 10000 La Favourita, cello, Fla., consisting of 1000 acres of land ; 400 of |>ort. at 2.50 per Saw, payable let January: next. ternoon Irain.

husineM "ith an associate under the firm of N. G. Kutgers and Louisa Lastinger,and her 5000 Andesdes fives which are in cultivation and under good fence, the -AI.SO- The travelling pul.lieean now rest assured that lhi,

and B.eaman. Hi* .fIMlrt business "II as complete until I William Laslinger, d fired.amid frequently atteiuoled coniosunica-

jjjp war,,f 'l2. The British Govemment Usuod licenses I j I, above stated cause, beyond the jurisdiction of 7000 El De Orion the improvements are good, a good dwelling house, Georgia. HOPKINS A MEGINMSS( Agents jolt to and from the above |ports is in much handjs i 9

permitting American Te s'ls to ,sail unmolested. The de* this Court, and beyond the limits of the State of 12000 Regalia Londres, negro houses, Gin house, screw aud other out buildings August, 1857. 32 [Sent. to wairanl permanency and sticcesB.Pa .

celA"d under this privilege,freighted two ejscls hen\-ily Ibr Florida. but within the United States. It is there- 2000 Eleccion.Oct. and 4be location is favorably situated for health. --- --- -- -- -- --------.copy.--- 'M-ngers having slave servants must see to

England,i but Alas: wht n oxerhauled by British cruisers the I fore ordered That said defedaut Joseph English, I 17, 1857. 42Southwestern Any persons wishing to purchase,. will please call For Sale. clearing them at the Custom House, before going oo

licenfi proved lo IH- forgeries the,vessels ere lorfeitcd and Louisa Lastinger, and busbant, William Lastin ami see for themselves. board.

the deceased left a bankrupt. But still that indomitable en- ger appear to and answer, plead or demur to said I Rail Road TERMS-One-half cash the balance in two or 6WA BALES good Northern Hay, per Bark II. L. tir Also look after your Baggage yourself.For .

,. rrjT and unconquerable spirit which characterized him Bill, on o before the frs Monday ia March next more- years interest payable annually. -* v Kiitgcrs. further partictilitr, Apply to .
Lever tailored. Hi* family was large consisting of eight ((1858,) otherwise the com plaiuut's Bill shall t. :Bank.. EMILY CLARK, Extr'x. 20 BbU. fresh Irish Potato, just recdretll'er DANIEL; LADD Aj>enti

cliMrcn,pendant on him fur a support. He again grappled ken a confessed against them. Provide That a SUBSCRIBERS continue to take bills of the Monticello. Sept 19, 1857. 38 Schr. Wild Pigeon.McNAUGIlT New Port, Fla July 11, 1867. 28
n.th; the world casting despondency to the winds, and copy of this order be published in :Newspaper printed THE \ BANK in payment of Goods of every -- ------ ORMOND A Co.

nervine hinwlf afresh for the battle of life and the maintenance } in Tallahassee. Florida, once a week for fourMonth's kind. BUTLER & DENHAM.Oct. Boots & Shoes. Newport Sept, 12, 1857. U7 FULTON FOUNDRY

of his family. He I'MiLed to the aid of a beneficienl preceding the said Rule Div in March, A. 17. 1857. 42 ___ ____ ___ ___ .h ____ __ ,
from the Gamble
Heavenly Father t.) secure him. buceess. Shortly after he D.1858. Ordered at Chambers, this Slit dav of October aliRECEIYIXG of BOOTS A SHOES a Co-Partnership Notice. Tn11ah.nssoo: F 1 a.
...elected President of the('<-emi Insurance Company, and 1857. J. WAYLES BAKfiR fl ,
UNDERSIGNED
At Private Sale. and description.HODGKIS3 ? undersigned bave this day entered into a co beg leave to inform tIt
bj IWCut Omton Master Warden of the of THE
Middle Circuit
*a-appointed Judge SCOTT A POOLE.Sept. in tbaWHOLESALE public that they have associated themselves_ I
of Nc' York. The Insurance Company defrauded 7, 1857. LIKELY Young Mules. }
port Xo\ 45mAMBROTES G 19, 1857. 38 business, under the name and style. of
hv Itt Secretary ofo large aim amount as to compel them to -A LSO- &. RETAIL
wind up. He \ll'Ba then apx>intod President of the General A fine 4 Mule Wagon with harness complete. IILtTc BUSIN"ESS.ulltIcr Cardy, Baya &. Co., j

Mutual Insurance C'..r.ijaiiy. which office he retained until R. H. BERRY, Anc. &. Hats & Caps. the name and style of for the purpose following the trade of Found.rs and

accumulated jfars made it uecrssjirj for him to renign. He Oct. 10, 1857. 41 FINE assortment HATS A CAPS, Machinists,and are prepared to executfi all kinds of
then retired into ptirate' life to enjoy the Bociety of his children BAILEY. AlA Fall and Winter StylesI1O1)GKSS A M ES&LVELY.THEY work appertaining to this business. Steam Engine
TAKEN BV
and grand-children and to seek cotufurt in the sj>orti\e Plantation Goods. SCOTT & POOL11Sept. _. --- ------ furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction.

gambols of b15 great grandn'hildren. Rooms over Barnard's Drug Store. PAIRS Russett 10, 1857. 38 will be pleased to see their friends Sugar Mills and Castings of all kinds made with

We have gin but a ha>tj and imperfect skeU-h of the life ---. _.-- OUU QAA? Brogans. --- -- ------------ -- and patrons at the old stand of D.H Ames neatness and dispatch. Plans and estimates furnished
of UVu truly good uihn. Though not present at his death-bed, rT"Iir Rooms have been thoroughly refitted and 200" Kip & Gents it where they will keep a full and generalassortiuentofArticlesappertainingto of all kinds of Machinery and Engineering. Theyare
the w rller has thr i>ili-faoti"n (if knowing that his pure and -L are now in excellent condition for the purpose Negro Blankets Boys theirno also sole agents for Hoard & Sons Steam Engines

generous pint .as.ed into a brighter"jihere ubo\e,untram- designed. The Public are invited to call. 20 5 Coils Bales Bale Gunny! Rope.Bagging, FALL & WINTER CLOTHING. of business D. II. AMES, Ginning Colton Grinding and Sawiog and Eariison's

cited and ilbmit fear. The hoary blast's of many winter Oct. 31, 1857- 44 M. LIVELY. Grist Mills for steam. or horse power.
100 Pounds Baling Twine, and Stock. It is and eI!l
ad see our large \' se- JOSEPH;
hud passed OA er that venerable li-"ad the chilling ver CALL 1SINGER'S CARDY.
40 Pieces Negro Kers>f\* j.nd Linsej, .. HODGKTSS, SC01T t POOLE January1,16b6.
tieiof time auJ the world had not dealt lightly with bim.The I --- WILLIAM BAYA.
Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE 4 Dozen W o..t hate, 19 1S57.: 38Notice. ---
tfppt. '
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ml\ f.l1onofl (..which ",'I\.imj>ou-nt man is heir had I JOHN CARDY.
fallen heavily up him. but t till no blighting impress had OF FLORIDA, J JJEFFERSON 1 1 Bbl. of Cheap Negro Tobacco I SEWING May SO, '57. 22-1y
For sale at the lowest prices by .
deed had left its scarified COUNTY ) I : --- -- --
been made.no dark >r loathsome --
II G. ct J. NEGINNISS.Oct.10 .
lawk emblazoned)on the fair escutcheon of hie honored namc-_ JOHN D. REICHERT, admmielrntor of the estate 1857. 41-61 ''r IIK undersigned; six months after date. will present NEW BOOKST

lie lived to a good .M aze.1.,'ing and beloved, and it is a I (' Burgdorff, late of Jefferson county, --- I JL tAl Hon. Judge! of Probate of Lean County,

Ifloree c/insiilati'in to hil,Tea,ed children to know that I deceased, has filed' in the Probate office of J efersf | Fall and Winter Goods. their final accounts of the estate of Alfred M. Gatlin, JUST RECEIVED AlUlA

his blamclt-ci life m*>ritd the tnoomiums nil ,h
1e it was to know him. A man of strict integrity and nntweningh of Charles Burgdorn", t be insolvent. Thereupon 1 SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving their of said estate. NEW BOOKS & NOVELS I IDOKE
TIlE
nesty. he gave character to the occupation he notice is hereby given to all persons having claims of I SARAH A. BUTTON. Extr'x. -A Stroller in Europe;

j-ursflt-d. Possessed of a mild genial temperament be shed : againt said estate t appear and file the same with FALL AND WINTER GOODS I Tl'RBUTT R. BiriTOX, Exfr. EL GRINOO-Travels in Mexico;

pcare and happiness around the circle of his hearthstone. j I the Judge of Probate, of said county, on or before i iI in light of biB wife. DR. KANES Arctic Expedition;
Affectionate and demoted to his faUiil.he taught them to ret I the third day of May next, when there will be a pro- from New York, consisting of i Sept. 20, 1857. :t16mL MEMOIR J of S.S. Prentiss S edlt5.Ac.;

erence him ai"-dIBS love him, and bj his strkt morKlit} "fenndadand rata distribution of the funds belonging to said estate | Dry Goods, Hardware: Crockery, Groceries, __,__ __ _____ __ ____ __ THE DAYS of my life-A novel by the

upright integrity: .! (tharact'-r -xerted an influence amongst the'creditor thereof; at which time the said I Hats, Caps, Boot, Shoes, Ac.. Florida Reports. author of Margaret and Zaidee ; '
!i which will l lie sold. .it moderate 1'1I.i ISABEL A novel -
.silent but pow ul, r.r the circle of his now mourn John D. Reicbeit will apply for his final ,discharge ;
: G. A J. MEGINNISS. in volumes.!. :. :: S.IIA .
ARTISTS WIFE
ing friends,and lll'l a brieht example f>f purity and useful- from he admini tration of said estate. COMPLETE -A novel ; a
fleas which will influence the many dear friends that loved THOMAS J. CHASE Judge of Probate.} j Oct. 10, 1857. 41-St McDOUGALL ,HOBBY.. VINO been appointed Spec'al Agent for the VASCONSELOS new neve
18:7. ::36
1"linger nrounrt him. But he i is gone; gone to the home Oct. SI, 1857. H-6r ---- S..pt..5, sale of the above the undersigned is now prepared bv Simms; Ac.
above,where now his redeemed spirit i ie chanting heavenly --- --- _- Lamps, Fluid, &c, to furnish them to order together with full instructions A HOBBY.

joji to well toned instrument of gold, tinging "U"IIIiIlUIi0 Nathaniel Hamlen assortment of large nnd mall 1 j' Heir & Coles, for their use. One Machine is equal to 8 July 4, 5 7. 27
will towards 'u.D .-- ANEW jw-opwd l for the scm: their buinesa of : or ll good Seamtresses and all kind of Sewing can ------- --
the highest and on('arth peace good m< .FJ.(:11) J..Ul I',';, II-l'\ >u SawMill & Mill Site Near
loved COMMISSION MERCHANT 'I and Cotton and will i be done. One fir two of those Machines can be seen Town. .
fhi
!ull watches guard- and din-ets tfi*'"'Ii}4) ones Burning Fluid, I. Oil, Storage Selling ,
t n earth. Hie influence,once earthly,lULl become spiritualized No. 38 Poydras SL, New Orleans. I Solar and Fluid Wicking.Just imp make liberal advances on Cuttou consigned to their at any time by calling on the undersigned at his residence 'rorSale.

,and a calm,silent h-Jy power i is fell by tho e whom in I received, and for sale by cere. iu Tallahassee. Singer's Gazette paper devoted -
in the September 26, 1857. 39 to Sewing will be furnished to one on MILL SITE logclhe- with SAW
t hfv it was his highest pleasure to dire -t 1atlmsofvi-rtue Refer to novo James G.AJ. MEGINNISS. I any applicatipn THE & new
and rectitude. Though We shall no longer behold his veuer- E Broome, Tallahassee, Oct. 10 1857. i il'Hi"tUnsClUlllR gratis:where the Prices of the different sizes complete, ready for running, nithiu five

.lIe amid ne\"JI'nt face'on earth Mill we hoj* that his Gen.George' K. Walker Jefferson Esq., -- --, -- .-- 41-Gt -shoes !f iiiI! Shoes !f!f! may be seen. P. P.LEWIS. miles (if town known as ILeMunsnn. and more recently -
Bailey,
county,
the Richard's
1S7 32 Mills i is
brjht will us heavenward, wheree August 8, now offered at a baraio.10 -
ixnmplcof purity point T. J. Lintun, Notice to Contractors. residing at Monticello, Flor lime
his Eq. a wet the water is anJ'bYlit.L'ching
voices with | rivilcge good
will meet him m glory, and uniting our J. G Putnam, Madison and
general assortmentof r'
sing: hullolujhli't to tile Sun and to the Lamb. Daniel Bell., Es.., Hamilton On-H'g PEN. A GEO. R. R. COVI'S1) Negro Shoes, say Four Thousand Pairs, made of Sea Island Cotton Gins. best a chance srnnll engine about for Tallaha a dry time for, affording the*
very
"Thou art gone to the grave,but we will not deplore thee ; Augustus Steele, Esq., Levy Tallahassee, October 3, 1857. j" excellent material, manufactured at home by White FEW of h'ALL'S IMPROVED PATENTSEA producing lumber. The pond being c large economically aud entire
Thouch sorrow and darViu-encompass the tomb, J. J. Snelling, Esq., Gadsdcn PROPOSALS will be received at this Mechanics, which he is selling to Planters and Merchants A surrounded .
SEALED ISLAND COTTON OINK? for sale ly by a good timber afforJa.a
very region .
The Faior has es-4 thro' its portals bdore me, E Iemiln Esq.. Thomas ville, Geo. for the Grading-including the clearing at the very low price .ff 1.30 cts. per pair. the subscribers-deliverable at Tullahasse New by very economical method of getting stock, nexto.
or .
And the lamp 7iioJa4e. .1Vr. GI1", 11).. R. 8, West of Tallahassee, in Leon county as far as of the Shoes may be seen at the store of James Kirk- port. is Iran
These GINS have satisfaction nearer town by 2 S miles mill
WE the undersigned, will lake Southwestern R. Ocklockonnec nvcr. i sey it Nephew iu Tallahassee. given great : to all be found. or any site to
who have heretofore had them.
Money, for Goods or iu payment for Account Also, for the clearing. grubbing and grading in Madison : 1-: E. BLACKBURN.
McNAUGIlT & ORMOND. By calling on Mr. J. Ric11Jml'd.r-rin
STATE OF FLORIDA. at Par. county Sections Nos. 62, fi3; 61, 65, 66, 67, Moutieello, Sept. 12, 1857. 37-4m the 1 lank Road o't ner) on '
S 1857. 32000 further information
HOPKINS & MEGINNISS I' Newport, August any can be bad I
and 70, ns far as Suwauncc nvcr. ------ --- of

HODGKIS3, SCOT&POOLE. Also, for the clearing, grubbing and grading, of 35 M! T NAINSURANCE : GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES to or Sept.s, 1857. DANIEL 36 LADD Newport.
1857.
17.
Ot miles in Columbia county-Sections No. 71.1 to No.
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,./ be sold at wholesale prices. This is the ,
r Proclamation for a Day of Thanksgiving, The Extra 105 inclusive-from Suwannee river to the Town of CONPANY cheapest and best lot of watches ever before offeredto Tallahassee Sash a Blind*"
Original Alligator.The ';'
t BY MADISON S. PERRY, Qualit work is divided into Seo.tious of mile in OF lIAR T1'OIW. the public. A gift in Jewelry worth from f 1 to
one
CORN will be with F.A.CTqa.Y.
12 given watch in to
-- every proportion 4T
FLOUIDA.'IITHERE&SI Bids be made
GOVEUNOK OF length. to for one Section, or for the
REPAIIED expressly for Ice Cream whole of the Section its value. Being desirous of }introducing our goods HE undersigned adpptsithij method of informing"the :
work Section.
It is right and proper for States as !: Puddi b.y Incorporated in 1819.-Charter Perpetual.CASH to the public order that he has
Cakes, Bance Mange, Proposals 'also invited for Rail Road prominently in to meet with) public, recommenced the .00,.
are
; t T well as individuals to returu thanks to Almighty tc. Received fresh by AMES & Pories a single track, at Suwanuee one river to be coustruc-Bridgefor -0- quick. ready, and cash tales, we have adopted this business iq the city of Tallahassee, and. wquld be .

God, for his manifold blessings and mercies Oet 1, 1857. 42 ted on Howe's plan. ( "I.I'l'AI6-81OOOooo. method for their disposal. We sell pleased to receive the patronage of bis friends. Shop 1A 1-
Andvhtrea, The 4th Thursday in November hasbeeobyuaageatdcustom Composition Verge, open face, at *6 00 & $7 00 at the Rail Road Depot. I. W. BO WEN.
Foil information in regard to details of the work 'INSURE LOSS
AND DAMAGE
t most of the AGAINST BY FIUE '
y Fine Silver March
adopted Lepine, 8 00" 9 00 ?. 57. 10
Stole of this TJirion u a day of Thanksgiving; and Butler & Denham can be had on application to this office. ONTEUMS ADAPTED THE HAZARD, Hunt case, 12 00 _ _ _ _ _

ia ordtr that said day may be observed with uniformity ARE now opening their FALL and WINTER Oct. L. W. DU( BOIS' Chief Engineer. ,, AND CONSISTENT WITH TIlE LAWS tt Lever, Heavy Hunt, LARGE lot just re-
10
1857. 41tfWANTS CIGAR
throughout the United State; Tlttrtfore, STYLE wbic comprise a cmplet and varied OF COMPENSATION Case, 15 00 18 00 celt'ed by .

'i J. MADISON S. PERRY, do by this my public aMent every I tb JSilk and B. C. LEWIS, Agent, Fine Siver English Patent Lever McDOUGALL & nOBB'

proclamation, set aside Thursday the 26th day of Dre department will b found eme cbe most WHO MONEY ? For Tallahasse and vicinity. Hunt case, 25 00 30 00 March 21,'57. 12Corn.
of Public Thanksgiving, and respectfully beautiful and J
November as a day elegant, ooooo August. 1857. 33 Heavily Gold Plated Lever, 24 00
ask the Clergy of all religious demonina Sidestriped Silk Robes, Gold Anchor open face, $21 00 2-1 00 28 00 -
lions to open their Houses of Worship, and deliver Flounced dark ground, MAY BE OBTAINED BY KISKI>G 10 DOLLAKR, Lever, Hunt case, 30 00 ex 37 00 ; -
addresses, suited to such an occasion,and request the do brh Halve and Quarter Tickets Congress Water. U ., 41 II beautifully 1 n A A BUSHELS CORN, for sale by "
good people of the State to lay aside their usual Solid Color Moire engraved lUUU HOPKINS & MEGINNISS' -
PROPORTION. FRESH supply,just received, and for sale by 45 00
avocations and join in the religious exercises of the Black do do -- --- --- A AMES & LIVELY Gold English Patent Lever, beautiful March 21,'57. 12

day. Flounced Berages, wine colored, JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY.BT Sept. 19, 18:7. 38 engraved 50 00

; In testimony wbereofct have hereunto set my Delaine Robes a Baiz Al'THOlI.ITof te STATE OF GEORGIA, Gold English Patent Lever beau Don't Bead This!
_. hind and caused to be affixed the great seal with a of Black Silks tiful "
engarved,
Toete fn aet From New York extra 6u 00 70 00
: [L. 8.] of the State. Done at the Capitol in the city Blk Velvet vitt Shepards Plaid, Havana Plan, Single Numbers. < a Gold JJigliah Patent Lever, and OH, DON'Tfl. .! !r .-. ..'

of TjJlabsjwee this 3rd day of November A. Fie Merinos, Plain do, : French 30,000 TICKETS-3,286 PHIZES. PER BRIG u REMINGTON: Magic Watches, 80 00 bavejuaL received from New- Orleans, Per
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D., 1857. Setts, Brussels pint Applique Sells, Sugar, OnionsJ Gold English Patent Lever,and Schr. Win;, R. IVttia, and New York Per '
MADISON S. PERRY. Setts R pt Lace, White Capes. Amounting to f21 ,2GO. CRUSHED Rio Coffee, Magic Watches, 90 00 100 00. ITE U. Gamble a large and well selected

: Governor of Florida. Oct 42Mantillas Prizes Payable Without Deduction. Powdered Java M Any the\bove watches together witho gift STOCK OF GROQER1ES.AL80 .' .
ly the Governor-Attest: Bee Hive Syrup, Starch v 1 ill be sent by mail, free of postage. A catalogue
F. L. Viiirwfcci Secretary of State. &c. ANDERSON & SON Managers, Dried giving full particulars, willl be sent on application to -
Apples, Soap,
Nov. 1, 1857. 45-St Coa Successors to J. F. WIKTUE, Manager.Our Rice Pepper, GEO. DOWNING A CO, Wines Brandies Syrups. Cigars, AJ. .. '
lined and The Subscribers are determined after this datet' .
rpALMAS, No. 33 South Third Street, Pbil elphia. .
JL do Lotteries draw i in Macon, Ga.(Small Schemes) Whito Beans Ginger N. abandon the system seHing goods on a CREDTT. -
the
Seed Eye-end Oats. wit Hos Saturday,aud in Savannah Schemes Fulton Market Beef Alspice, Newspapers througliout country by
Printed every ,Ga.Large( )
giving this advertisement six insertions, will receive For CaM or Country Prottute
Saltiratis Sweet Oil
Mr. D. C. WILOK' 1Mb of ,. ,
month
Subscriber will have at Cloaks about the every -* V *
THE in few lot of SEED Basque Soda Sperm Candles, in payment, a superior double pointed gold Pen and we will at any time be happy to serve our cuatom.eri.with .
this
place a days,a
,
Zotave Wrappers, case, worth f 5,or any other of the
g Jewelry d
same of
PM Ash Adamantine Candles goods
RYE for aale the BLACK CLASSDKAMB ce every senpticn at a small advance
and two kinds of OATS, and : V .
OAT a fine heavy grain cultivated here,fora number Mire C C '.Htcoftr't Green Peas, value payable oo the receipt of the first copy containing above New York and New Orleans price. If jtn[
Nov. the advertisement.
or years, and Uto WHITE WINTER OAT,lately introdQCed Sable Black and Brown Sable Fur,Setts, 15TH/1857, AT .;Mate '" Asparagus, Sept 19,1857. 88GARDEN' 0. D.d Co doubt it, come and try n*. at J. B. Gamble's Old .
ARMORY HALL Pickles assorted Tomatoes Stand Corner Monroe and Jefferson Streeta.ErqitfHewYork .
here from the Mo-iolaios ofVirgina. The Children's Fur Tippets and Cloaks. BAVANUBOA. '
latter sowed from the first September,to the fifleenlhNovember BUTLER DENHAM. Under hIS Saorn SupmJl'endMtcloJW. Yeast Powder, Current Jelly, ,' BROKAW & RHODES. .
Matches, Lobsters. B'EED.SR1JT May 23. 67. 214
have little doubt would make su eriwinter Oct. 17, 1857.: 2'Bonets c It. Syrnoni and J. M PrentUi, Eeqs. -
<* pasture, to anything I ever aaw. It is eowa ; ALSOA A BAGS, Red Top, and Early Dutch Tur-

. m Virginia After the wheat seeding is through CAPITALS of'60.000, t2O.0oo. 110,000, $5,. general assortment. of Teae. seed, together with'Cabbage Beet, Radish, .
*Hh. It appears to be very hardy, and producestBpre 000, $4000, 12000, 3 Prizes of f 1000, 8 of 1600, 100 -1.1.0-' and other Seed for'AtL N

blade than any mall grain I am acquainted FREJVCfl &e. of|100, 100 of$5O, 8000 of $30 aad 76: Approximation AD eztensii;assortment of assorted CANDY.For PLANTING: -'EBl rxs SKIP "K jjgygiuy- SjE-

tt'.I and am sowing it now it for will winter be much gracing better.instead BONNETS,inramed and plain, prizes amounting 3,760 sale by It. H. BERRY. Just Received per Bark R. H. Gamble. OTARD Brandy, (f@ AB>ertean Braftiy.
am
pursuaded J. W. DABNEY.Nov. Arci Feathers sum ted \Vhole TICket IJO, JIalvet *5, Qitarten 250. Sept 25, 1857- 39 For sale by AMES & L1VEL M.. HiPeMk ... II" ._
and Silk iv 1867. MalagAWine O14 -7ogy.Monrin.M .
Bet Rbb Sept. 88Plantation .
_.laIM..e-e. 1, 18S7. 46 Shaded Velvet Look to your interest and compare thiS Scheme with Notice.ALL 'gahahi) WbM.7

Black Velvet, Rusches all kinds, any other. ", Goods & S N, Jamaica Ram
Hotice. 81raD"'DoWli. persons'having claims against the'esUti of e.H 'Hol1and QiD" ,

S Mouths after date, the tadersigoed administrator Toscan'Bonnet; Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at pan A Sbuler,deceased,'late of Leon county,are GROCERIES. Ainerkum, American Gin,.

of the Estate of John Ingram deceased Spotted'DtmstableBooneti; *A* Check* oo New York remitted priae. ,',. notified present tKem to the adminUtrttir, pip- "DLAtotfET&;. JCerseyi. fcwtysCamels, OsnaJLJ Scotch.Ale ia Jugu.

**.of Gadsdeo awiaty,will present his 1iDa1aceouoih. Slate BoooeLs;, Address orders for ticket or CertHia.dfPaeb- ierlj authenticated, 'wi\l'tJie time preecribed by : bergs Sheetings, Shirting, Ituuetta and Plan. -" & -.
of Ticket to ;law or they mil l be barred ;and those indebted arereejttedto tation. also .' 'to 1.
wtfcJadge of Probat ohaid county and ask tommlcnage& White do ges r ; Improvements, a large Stock of GROCE. '
LEWIS JONES, Admt'r. Jdiueido ., ANDERSON A SON.1faoager.. : make'payment immediately. RIBS Juat being received per Gamble and Reming 20 BoskeU !t5 Heidtk" mpa1p: :- .

v- 10 right or bia Wife. BUTLER" ADEMHAit Macvu'ot Savuoab 0- 1-; J.B.JEFFCOAT, Admt'r. ton.. HODdKISS, SCOTT& POOLE 10 m very.best Segars. %.

1Ior.7,1857. 45-6&n Oct 17, 1867. 42; 06.24; 165T. 43. Out :'I iss,. 48SWI. r, Sept. ; 1S47: SV sept. Fot 6.,sale 1861.by '7ii R.n BERRTV' .


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The Floridian & Journal NEW: coo s. P. B. Btt OKA W's. -SEW- CARRIAGE SHOP. THOMAS WHITE Dr. McLANE'S -


Is pub i..bed every SATURDAYjTliT LIVERY ABU SALE STABLES undersigned begs J leave "to inform the cit CELEBRATEDVERMIFTJGP

JAMES S. JONES, EDITOR PAOPRIKTOII, JOHN PBATOBIOUS. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. THE Tallahassee and vincinity, that helms MANUFACTURER ofCorper and Sheet Iron
kinds ef Plain and! Fancy
in all
At Two DOLLARS auuuni, in adraucc. would in- opened a carriage shop in this place j Joining
per 1M1E Proprietor in the citizens
Tin Wares takes informing
MERCHANT TAILOR pleasure -
E : J form bin friends and the Brttkaw's Livery SIA.blesin ( of Tallahassee and the surfotjnding country, that he n AND

TERMS OF ADVERTISING.One Dealer in Ready Made Uolhiug and public, that he has rebuilt hialarpe _ the building formerly occupied by'. f. L. Gfoner, now prepared to wait on all tEat wish to j pat't'hl.1e LIVERPILL8.

square of 1 2 )lioe.,or les.first insertion $1 (I") Gentlemen's Fnrnfsliia Goods. Britfc Stables, at the old stand, and is now where he is prepared to do all kinds of work in his him i fii his line of busi es". lie also) tenders l.is thanksto _

.4 .. each subsequent *. jy prepared to accommodate hi* friends and customers line, at thfe shortest notice and on the most his friends, and the public generally for the very Tw'G of the best Preparation of th
Professional Bueincas Cards inset ted ulSlO ---- - He alit! has attached to his Stables, a good Blacksmith liberal \ which lie has heretofore been >A,.
per / tim now receiving Fall and Winter Sli where he will have have ail REASONABLE TERMS, patronage
jDDm. my supply "p. done kinl!"of favoml.and he hopes that a continuation of the same

Advert'semcats not marked with the number of Cloth Cassimcres, SfC., Plantation work, Horse shoeing, ,aud Ctn'itg work in such as canange painting! and trimming; making new will be granted hin. They are not. recommended
insertions will be continued tlnt.il forbid, and charged o Vcslingst l the, very bcstrr.auuer and with promptness and Jis-: buggies and wagons and all kinds of repairing. Having He will constantly keep onhanda full supply Iran

accordingly.j3 l Every Color, Style and Quality, patch.Novembfr. procured a first rate sorts of Ware usually kept in an establishment of his 'as UnivertaJ

'CerUficalc8 of publication of legal .r ef late } --,- --- !,-1853. -----, 44. -- Carriage Painter and Trimmer, line of business. A full assortment ofSheet Iron, Cure-alls
-
notices paid. will Dot be given until the advertising fee i is I.I IMc I prepared to make uj in iJic mast Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, from New York, the undersigned I l M prepared to do Sheet Lead ; Lead Pipe; Sheet Zinc; Cistern Pumps, but simply for

----. fa.kulfbc'lyle, on short notice For Sale by P. B. ftrokaw.for this kind of work as well and iu the !latest style, as it and tion.a great many other articles too numerous to mon- what their name
-- -- ---- -
n can hit done at the North.
AND REASONABLE TERMS pur.
BLACKSMITHING -U?- I1JlE Sub'cri1'erhia_' just rceeivcdaI. All those who have this kind of work to do, niidwnh TO BUILDERS.

ALSOA .. very large supply of Cl\rrin/. it done in a manner that will cot fail to give Tin Roofing,Guttering, Copper and Tin Conducting

-0- LARGE AND WILL SELECTED 6TOfK: or Ikiggics, and hlarnes w Lidl I'e offers satisfaction, wcrld do well to call Pipes Ao., all of which be promises to do in the most ports.The
| TnR firm of I5KOKAW .t sale on the) most reasonable terms.November onWM.. KU NS. work-mnn-like manner and style, and of the best ma VERMIFUGE
Laving been digoulvcd READY-MADE CLOTHING IS, 1854. 46 reasonable terms for
May 2, 57 18 tonal, on shortest notice and most
:
the undersigned noli' hi* Consisting of suitable for been engaged for the last eight in expelling Worms
years
uld customers and the public fIwflk1hth.it he I la every garment \llr wear, MILES NASH & CO. Having 4 from
; such: as lJOJs,Tall Gmts, Yets. Pants, Ac Ac Piano Fortes. busine at this place he thinks it unnecessary to recommend -
made : .
with I) C.'il which he
arrangement* on.Liy Dealers
wlik-h! \i 1J disjxwed i of at low prices.Als in Drugs, Medicines, &.c. himieff any further to the public as regards the human
takes the shop formerly occupied by him, wider the ate to furnish Piano system i has
<", si large It.t of Plain and Fancy tfMrtJ, C-U.Lr., from New \ITE prepared his capabilities as a mechanic but at the same time be ,
firm Yoik bark n.11. Gam-
ofH. Undi-rshirts,Cravats i Slicks, llu.-iery, ..e, .!.<'. ,TUSTrecrive, assoitment of ])nrtioKs'r in cur linn, liberal Fortes of. the very best quality assures all that favor him with a call, good work add also been administered
the terms.Ibcy
most
B. Fitts & Co., Tlmse dcMring a thor.jtiirh out-lit wil c<.-u ::lt f luir, f'lIrh ns Oils of almort every kind.. Bnrnin", Vlrin UpOn-. .. cheap price
I own inU-rct-ls I by iimea call, the al-. -" are second to none m any country cither as removed from the old sUmil formerly knownas with
and in now prepared to ciccute all TVOI k done iu a!: vuur- U bite Load Zinc add othor! r.inl.'ill; ; GInas of to Having the most
their; lioc of busiutss, viz: i ticl(-Hliivc been sclcctrd! with great rare and with : I.-t quality Putty, Brushes, Potash Soda. Spaiklinar livery quality{ Iiutrumcatwill or price. be wflrranted. White* Slus.! .rhe, will bb .found at his stand cor satisfactory
-s-jKcial \ k-tt to to this) market. of 200 foot street, where )he will be glad to waiton
tl tl.oiradaptalioH GeliliiiAIx; > )! [nrtllhl. I'n lid brandy; ( host,) ner tesults to various
very MILES NASH
Horse ,"'locinlling (ThE! Ic- I October IS, ] ly-42 for CO. all his friends. THOMAS WHITE. animals
: m.Jicintll'L1rpo\ e?. IVppor. Lcmon'Syiup,
2t 1856. 8
February ,
,
fFI'1iring Carriages miff /Jjr (f)) I ---- -- -- Inks. Quiiiiiif, Peruvian Dark. Fluid Extract! Buchu Dec. 1,1855. 48WILLIAM subject to Worms.

\ 11 gics, Plantation vurk (
every inscription, THOUGH 4 We ki-ep none but the very best nnd p SLUSSER, The LIVER
PILLS
Mill Irons and repairing mimr, Iro>iin \n I NASH, i CO. \. two three nnd four ply, warranted fully equal Ta11ahasscc, F1a.h the of
Iud Curt
gone Mardi 20. IS..f IS to Leather, aid 1 75 per cent cheaper, ; in fact con-il. cure LIVER COMPLAINT
an-1 ill fact evry other .lie<'ii.loii| ? of ",'k madeIifii .'1 ---- ------ --- --- I ered by those who hare tried themsuperior to Leath. : 'lTA'TUIU1t COPPERTIN= AM) SHEET

and Ste.l. all of which \e W AI:1\H. al/.II.lcIS" I, er All eizo?, fiom 4 to 1-i InhtIvide., constantlyon IKON WAKE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS -

ourselves to osccut at the tLorUbt u,:ii.-p. A. B. CLARKE hand by D. LADD. DEALER IN PLAIN, FA.NTY'D JAPANNEUWAKK.

II. D. FliT I Milton and Chatlahoochce, _Nvwpori, Oct. IS, 18.1C.;: 42__ SICK HEADACHE
Feb. IS.: 7. 7-ly S now rro<-i\ing his Fall and Winter, Stock of"
i U. S. Mail I Li.ie. I beds, suitable fur Town Property for Sale. Move Head-Quarter &c.
,
Notice. undersigned offers at private sale, the follow ,4; A SPLENDID assortment Cooking, Parlor
SOnl.iVV } iV;; WMiconitin THE with
I cok.1y ; : .7 i described property, known as the Jravia Lots, and Wood Stove, trimmed neatuess Purchasers"iIl

THE iiB-lcrsijn) ; l has made arrangements ,illi H i Lcurrs Milton Tuesday's and Friday's, at 10 ; in part of Freiu-h and English Cloths, Cn imeros viz : Lots No*. 3, 25, 27, 30, 48, HO, 141,142,143, -. and .durability, at reduced prices. pleaseDr.
fiLls to take charge of Iii, lllucksmitli: Shop iY7. r7r and Vtstiiurs of all eoh2rq, nnd of the I hct tqimlity rt-J. 22R. P7 OI* OO4AO4IQlQ.oo1ao 5, o..a Do.'Vo..1z I' 'U' ;c'11'1Yto dr
fi)1
a., in.
and hands nnd ..bCLLL. fur l!.. ... firm (I." I'.....- Leaves Chatlahoochec winch. lie i" prepare'! to manularttirc to order on 2 I H. 246. 250. 252, 25?, 254, 236. 257, 258, 2C8, all Roofing, Ornamental Front Heads, Guttering, Copper
age of his .,!j.l customere. D. C. WJLSOX.Feb. / Tuesday's and Xaturday's the Dit-bt reasonable, terms and in tlie most in the original plan of the city Tallahassee.. nnd Tin Conducting Pipes' Sheet Lead, Sheet Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated

14, is:;. 7--1) nflcr the arrival of th'- Steamer from FASHIONABLE MANNER -\I.SO- Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work
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--- -- Aj'iiiirfiicoa: ant/In- Sf(/lr.frullt/ Tallahassee ; done short notice.
at VERMIFUGE
DENTISTRY.DR. I Together with! a general! assortment, of Lots No. 1,2.3,4, *, f, '7, in County qr.A of every variety and
Flu., and Buinliruli'. (!a., City and Country Merchant*
T. J. CUR I JOE f HEADY-MADE CLOTHING, L s 0- LIVER PILLS
.
j IX tlOOD; TWO-HORSE HACK! that will Ix.ta X,>!. 4, 12. IS, 15 16 22 25 89 40 48 Are re.pectfuhlyinvited togite me n call befoie purchasing prepared by
TILLf'onlinu.. in future, the p'a ti'e ".f DEN J c-.injiaiv: favorably with any Flock of Clothing 61 elsewhere.
V\ TISTI Y, iu South Georgia, an] Middle: ud rl MIIS Line! is now in first rat.' .nH. To! whole ever exhil-itcd f'r sale in this city, consisting of 02. in the South i County quarter.The N. B. All articles manufactucd from the
tr
J- Stock ha IHH-I Fine BLvk and Colored! Cloth and! Frock Co.-if-i aliovc described property formerly belonged very
n-ncwed with)
East Florida. lie has had several jvars practical experience 1 new and I cot, fr- best material and warranted durable.! No other :art! ant.m\1l1 QJXo
in the profession, the hat three of whioh) bas I: table HacLs. Tlie 1 Drivers are oaii-fiil., sober aivl! nocoiiiiiiiHl.ttin Faney Ca--inicre and Beaver Frock AI d Business t tu Oor. Brown. Fur further information and terms, Ic will be offered for sale. ..

been in thfe sections of e..nntr11 is woik i is .the i : A liU'ial allowuace of baggage: allowed Coats, which will be liberal, apply to A. Perry Amaker, Esq., October 2D 1355. 42

most beautiful and durable character &1I.i -:i-ilisfacli to each passenger Blaek; and colored Cloth: Heaver and Pilot Over- Attorney at Law, Tallahassee. SOLE PROPRIETORS Pittsburgh
CHARLES -- ---- ------
hack? P.
Surtor.ts, MANNING.
is guaranteed in instance.All --
comuiuiiicali'ius every eiut to )[''[Iti dl.,. FI.i., will: j.I AGEXTS : Ragl.in'a Black and] Fancy D, c. J..ill and Cjssirntre Until sold, the above property will be for rent. Wines, Syrups, lie.O Pa. and take
no
I 1'nnt., A. PERRY AMAKER. ,
receive will 1 attfiitit'ii Jit. as s'xn as pix-\k-uj cn..IuelJl" I At Milton. JA". A. Cn tt.AIa n-r, r.ct Croiia'liiiO: ,% Maratlif-a, Satin nnd Cloth! Vest, February 1 6, 1 R6. 7-lf LD Otard Brandy, Sparkling! Cider, other tHere
per fnmv.n, : ., V.'. I D. MOMOK! Old Port, Old Port Juice, as are various
,,- -- '.-.,- I Ieo 1 ;tn.-y Velvet, Cassim.re, Silk and Cashmere Jo., ,
C.unpU-lton, .J. \\ SMITH, White. Silk do.! Notice.SIX Madeira! Brandy Chenicb,

R E F n K J: x c K s : I Mamr.na: : \v. XH ii'x.", I Gl..t-' -bwl]-, Drains I Rob Fii.o Sliiils.( Silk. Sherry, Sardines, other DreDarations nnw.,
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JJI. .1. it. OKXVAUW. / CIgitta1s-Lee D.) Cu:."i,". Cottnii and Mciino, Un-K-r-hirt-", I month after date, the undersigned will pre Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces, J. J.
lIs. r. E. l/WF. f f1II"V. ..u 3 n 1,1 t'. (ll' PiBt-ujeis: cm: I IK tal,rn tljio;::h with!:! cii taint, Canto Fhuitifl and Jcnr.-s D.iwcrs.A their accounts and I votichcis- to HIP H.lIor.I Flavoring Extracts Pears. I before the public

W. S. DII.T.-ORTH, I security, and uilh c"lI.f'rt. able Judge of Probate for the county of Gadsdcn and; Yeast Powders, Tamarinds, purporting
,
.t.r.. L". I J% 4 i I.TN, ,( -'[,:.d"C 11". .1":1.L"J' OEO. I n. riSHEU.Proprietor LSO; I ak for .1 final settlement and discharge from the ad- Spanish Olives, Spices to be Vermifugeand

.U P.J. C. M-ti. I. awl, C'utzat4r A prn.-rai\ oitni.-nl (,f Fan--y and Black: Silk nt.d. I. mini it ration of the estate of Cornrlius Engliah, late of Corn Starch, Pickle.! ,

'. Cf-L. It C. l'4g1E. ..It !r 1"11. rI h. 0, '37. l 19-tf Sal: it" :|i'"k'Ii] ..'; nud CiavafCollars; c
"t. M. WHJT .tI1I1. Ai-irnt, Fl... white Kid :ind Silk GlovfR. Buck nnd J.l I.. 'Iii,cal J01IX (;. SMITH, t Adm ,1 lo"s English Mufllnrd], Capers,

"N. B.-DR. (> c I.r.r "illl.l ; in < 'iucy: d-iing tl.. : Surgical Infirmary for Ne-1 I d.! ... Lr.i.-! I C.-nijitlcts: Fiipiior Limn, Cambric and I WM. 11. UNN, )f ue ucn- Claret.., Cocoa, others in comparisonwith

latter part of tinj*rttiAcik.. I I Silk! II I;.''ik-; r.iii.rHJOWII I: 'iti'l I 1'Ancy: Ci-tlon. L5-.IO: July 4, ,Is57. _._ 2 -r.m AMES[ A LIVELY ,

April 25, ':.. 17QUININE I GROES. i i Tl.rf't'! and! JariM! i n""., d?-, l'C. CALL AND --- -- -- -- -- ------ -- January 5, 18;C. Dr. MCLANE'S
------- -- are
------ i nUY. ,
: r I-'JIII i: Jiti'i., i-i.n..l 1 11 I J Br P. P. LEWIS
i Jiavingbad' itt -12 t
j L t., Tcivi, |,.,'jeiit; f"7:1 \:.n'"I" |>oii:i 'II! f the j jj 1------ --- 4 IV:.:s ;"ot'cc' to 'his' friends and pat worthless.:

rUSTrfrivc.lefiOo.rr.s Stil|,li .I I'i IT K rail cJ.' tnjjrth'-r with a sn-al vai i ittyof 1. Vi..I:1111 I bt-in n.itxinciil 1 thai an Int it iit'i.,n ;I i all the latent improvements in Dentis The GENUINE McLane'sVermifuge

pure CLen-iesls, ..Uf-
Augusts, 1857. 'U 2 _ I I IJ1H'rlI'IO.C ( :!>.!"I.! ; : :::, -r<-etf, p"t- ': \ \rILL be sold ::it pri-'atcs.ilr, that fine plantation I pain, bv the aid of a local application, which consists' I !l Sulphur Springs in the country, and iun- and Liver
r-ni-, would be of pcblio uUIl '. }: .' ftirpa'c.1 for health. It i is of access fi-r steamboat t
: nve j.-ii/Jv: i-'"-i.dan | TT kiv.vn a* tie 'iSarriHO J'lact; formerly i i in apjilxingan artificial fn-czinjj mixture to the I easy
Land Sale.. I IBy Infirn.aiy. ar d miwri-iidy: t-j lec.ivj j 1toI.h: !; owned by Col. David: B.irrow; and] uow, bv, Bryan: 'I I : fully 1 benumbed. 2l. The irnrnie4lateIrsertjmi. partsuntil r Ir l and a few hours staging.The Pills can now be had at
: from any |IHlrti'.n (.f the country. j Crooin. ; niik-s Principal with the experience of twenty vears.
the : 'me tt-n N. E. (.f T.illaLa.Wf.: This a Temporary ::kt. on Gutta Pcrcha which can be I
of order of Courtf f
' viitu* an Dj'iity. f.r One f-f the u..tlld, mst coninjo-liou? hou.r-s J li < plantation! ,.tai fivo and Hilled by a corps of competent assistants i will devote all
)liJ"!e Circuit .f Florida, tic sulr=criVrwill I a t.&" !:: Twt-nty I1UII.rfCH! of worn with comfort, and case till the! Gums arc full respectable Drug
IlcO'I sccurf-l for the ;<--itnatrd: < of Lii.d thf f his whole! time to the improvement of li:> u >ild.
j-urfK. corner! gn-ater part <> wl.ieh is equal to any landin prepared for a penn.inc.til Set thc.f. Inserted |' |
-ffer for sale! Lj' : :ti44) aL New Pert, ft Tiie1lay ; ; ; : on
< rrie and, ,
: C :ult1'j street?, Bear d.c5a, '. AIJ. i FWi-i.i. Tlier alxiut The third session will commence Monday, January
: nv i iJulf are twe'vc or fourteen hundred that beautiful plan called l continuous I Ii Iso I Stores.
< the l:th day] of lU-ctruber next the tracts (f (; IL n.[ l-p..t i iNurses Gim.!, nhu-h are 12 1S57. For particular! address, .
of ,
land
acre ( pn and!\ the remainder hllehtim.- much worn an-l a-'ralre-l'
i fur Ltu
Land dewnbed be'ow, 1 in Wakulla j and
tOitren311J
lying ,
cuuaty o.t tilt best charaf-ler I.avc Wfn I bc-rc-d.. itchi.iinj large of R. ANDERSON, Piincipal.
viz rn-.ji'oyfd : a quantity very !srupei ior lain], perfect clca''mess.v.y ; FLEMING BRO'S
South of Tollabasx-c : '
; \II'} \\ill hc und,-r our irani-diatc. 1:" 'n'i.yI"f1--S( I jet (I., lear. The iniproveiiieuta are very ol--a l I Iil.veiling : Nov. 29, 1S55.; 43 ,
2 South 1 East. that j.lautt-rs be Osscrc-d L..t lU-ir: ; : !I 31,1850. 22 60 WOOD ST. PITTSBURGH PA.
[n Township Range may servantsill hoti?goOd jiirit-r fur aboutnc huu-Ir.--) ,

meN 'WS \ 1. :m,1, S B t ,.i Erc 15; tilt' c.sv !. IvCj'e ev.rv ,."CS8lt.U vTiih W lfec1G ,heS if"fS W J: tf ? c-'ii-ete.I SAVANNAH MEDICAL for o.Ml..ir.JrnI: ", the Uunc in
l <:fS { : j ; onc'aull two vcar.,
WofSL1aI X LefS E : d Sel 17 : COLLEGE, we naturally feel A real inU-ret-t' in it're.t ffiAn date of-.tll.: 1 Rugs. Months after date I shall present my final ac SCOVIL 1EAD,
NE. : : I bell 'I lie "tutlon ill
\\
theS W t, W I .fS E ;. W ...fy; ar.I I X E ; tile voting m'-n of the clav. nn-1 will, during! the viiiter 11'JWII to any c.-; ,1..i,iJ l", purclal I' by Mr. FINE! LOT Brussels two and three Ply Wool i iCarl'ctinr and vouchers to the Hon. Judge ot Probate No. 111.Charters SL New Orleaas. t

cfNE44f&-e1& : the W t .,f X W W ; AS Ei.ahlNEufSEufScc1' offf-rate t.I..1I"lJ;''':>T \VlllT-. Jn.ni a d.taij<- ', I !II'IJiltn| *t.L. niunnger: (,u the! pla-c. 1'iircLascrs will A Also, a few pieces Wool and Cotton of Leon county, as executor of the estate of General Wholesale agent for the Southern States,
f.J'.f..r.o th' eh free d I..ill whom all orders must be addressed.
dni--tII'y rl'rlirc.j : Johu Ciok, deceased!, late of said county, and! ask to
; tL.W i. \Vv : a1..y to tLc uii'Jcrhi 'sod: iu Tallal'assce.! do., and hue Health Rugs and Drugget, for sale right Jr iIleNash
ciilv ; A ) E. Barnard, ,
'to I f. \\ I. \,- ,( '" to .iiv. board. LADD. be discharged. TIIOS.J. ROBERTS, Ext'r. Sold by Ames Lively,
.rx F:1 tM: ''- M .. ," '.o .11.' z TERMS I I W. CALL.Jrly at 18 '57. IG-Cm & Co, Tallahassee. Fla.; J. S. ). Darison
April ,
,
;
tae \\ 1 C5 i Got. 1*, 1856. 42
( fScc O.; 11 UfCJ'T !;; 'J. : 1P07. CO-tf Newport Quincy Gardner & Mills! Newport W. T. Carpan
Hoard t'n dollars _ ;
(.rc W l, }: 41fSt, S.WidE. i. an.i$ ; E: i ;. Kr J".1. .tii. .\i itjiCti r i :."..-II'.It.n 1 ler k Co, WaukeenaL ilosely k Tope. JladinonPalmer

ef: 1. (-fS1 tle.' -,r, ,-,- ,-'-. :- 'iS. .L4iid- JAr r. 1 ra'S urI" i._- I_'4"'p{;"t. ....". \..;.,ii. !I..... '-.!'.".,0".CU"- i i .1.,ut. _.... I ValuablePlantations &c Notice. I Liverv and Sale Stable. & Bro. ilonticello. S.Pulesten Monticell!
\VofS 'W 4ofS : ; theN E i aI'1 = iec '. t -1 1 u je city. tt*_ Timers & fo! Chattahoocheer Bnltxell & 'Wi.Zt

9' the S Wi, a.n.1 the S W J of X W tf3GtheS W3 TT. G. BL'LLOCH. I 11''I'j FORSALE. SIX Months after date the undersigned! adminis 'I I on, MaflaflnaIdOI5Ofl- A Zefclcr, Bainbrio'gt,Ca

!VfSCI ;tIS W J.S W X Llors '.. .1 \ I JURIAII HARRIriS, rI"j E! undersigned Kxec-itors of f John Whitehead, of the estate of Mary A.Bt'Zcau, deceased I TllEundersignedgisolk D. II. Dickinson, Bainbridge ; LSeixasTbumasvlhli

J-: (.f !('C :2 i aU of:3 :. ..,;the X.\ 'i, XI' Sq.1,19, I 1857. C3 1J'1 1 late of B'Jike I count, deci-ased offer nt private late of Leou county, will present" his, final accounts and! o I Go.
.. vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate of aid William: H. Newsom, in Tallahassee together with the i
.
A. '
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-- -- --- -- ----- talc until the first in DECEMBER 21 1S37. 8-1
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: 1 1 Mi.nday <'xf
February jTALLAHASSEE
: ", HC ; theSWItheEl '.! ., n I ,
at. 4 county, and ask to be discharged. good will of the establishment, and that he i is now
E 1 s w of S E tl\ 1 t ..of XY : 2.IJJ X W I Cod Liver Oil.FRESh the f'lllowini; j.rojH-rty %iz : A Plantation in Burkeeiiritv -- --- -- -- ----
t j jcsN
i THOMAS J. PElK[ INS, AJmt'r.Juy prepared to carry on the business in all its }branches, .A d:3 LJ.ve1y
; Gut: > 'k, Frver's PoflhlS. ad- es
on IJoggv! < ( m-ar
A PURE ft1.e celebrated Htan-U": lift
E t (fEee C. i 25, 1857. SO-Cra( and promises the public with good accommodations
Jol.n I WhiU-hfud! M. I P. Green. amm'I l otlu-r. FLORIDA,
jining
I Ciark i Co., fc Ru !.lonV., I : in his line on reaiounble terms.
Iii Tuxnship :j, South, fringe 1 East. For nale AMES i LIVELY c ntaiiiin J n/0' acm( t', more or I his, oak and hickory, '
by Jane R. Wilson, Center L. Haugh- ) RICHARD SAUXDERS.Sep. Wholesale and Retail Dealer In J
All but the S W J <.f S W j ofMC 1 ; all of sec 2 ; Aprils, 1856. 14. "of wl.iMi there an .Vto}' "'rcs of fresh cleflivd I.:md, I/J
6 186
awl N. his 36
ton
Haughtou,
theNV J, S E 4 and EjofS \V i of K.C Z ; N w -- --,- ----- and 700 of well timb
LS Vf +. N E i, and} W J of.S E f ofc 4 : th( E I Ii To Boarding House and is wrll improved,! in good orihr-having, n Cornelia, M. Wilson by William .: Perfumery, Dyestuff), Surgical InstrumenU.

of N "W 4, E | of S W 4. V,' i ..f N i: i an-l N J I l.irg"-. commodious 1.,1"clliu on it-the winter Wilton her next friend Notice. Suaff, Windows Glass, Paints,
Spices
,.f b' E 4 of '-(-c 5 ; *V I (,f S H i. anI5! J K 4 cf S E i I. HOTEL KEEPERS. residence of"l<-"ea 1c all .f 11 1:; 1 11 i B"IIJ from Green's; Cut Station, on the LUll r8.; SIX present my ac
: of s-ec 8 ; ec-c 10 ; < ? *: ; I Augusta and Glass Ware, Patent Medicines.
ExecutorofWul- ind vouchers the Hon.
John MeD'Uigall r !, CLnnccl'Julinm to Judge of Probate
: all but N W J of N W i d sec 1 2 ; ti-; X E t, S E I Ii ri HE Pubsiri'xT' ofH-r? f jr prtif, (.11 eay Savannah; J Railroad.: Fine Tooth rure Winea and Brandi
Wilson, deceased, William the Circuit Court for Jefferson county, as admini trator of the estate of Fine Soaps ,
J.
acomnvidiuut,ick intb.
and AV of N IV i J ; and Hair Brushesfor Medicinal, ,
Hall and Middle I A lea B. Lord late said purpose
W. Dutton Lcander (I. Circuit of ) of county, deceased, and ask
of Monticello[ Fla. !!
aud N ,f N W of 21 the .V J ol f X \V .1. W ; Village 72 f..tly 10.
i ( i K<: ; well improved Plantation ('n Lake Jackson, in Paint Brushes, Fancy Articles,
: the Julia A. Ball, his wife Florida,Leon Co. fur a discharge from said administratorship.WM. .
besides thoe in
contains 14 I
S 4ofSW1NE1.fNW4.E.fN* 1Oil.. N i It. large rooms, attic, Middle). Florida about four miles from Tallahassee Munger and I Mary D. Muuger, R. LORD, Admt'r. Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Segara. .
E 4 of S K; 4 of'(- -2 all ..f HoC 2=: the N W $-, bud Well built for a Hotel. received and fttAsupply
; : ; I containing 1 17W' acrcH, more or leus, hammock land his wife Naomi W. Dutton, a Al'rillI. '57. 15-6ra meT have recently a Lug
5V !. W i of N K J and \' i of S E i ofc 2 I : i T The S" J, S E J, aud W 4 of X T.: J of 27 ; the \\ I HOUR, this plac-s otf.-rt! peculiar induce c-uhi\\1 i.m. Rosctta Elizabeth Alistcr druggisU. Planters and Physicians will always find

i of N };.J, and S E } of. N W J fC.oC 23. i in'-n!1aL this time. The Pen-acola and (iwirgia -ALSO- Laura, E. McAlistcr, a minor,, Notice.SIX at this establishment a full supply of every thiog nee
Hail Road within four mile! Iud
as J-KIII :I?
In Totfitthip 2, South, fiance 1, HcL t completed ju3-to this point (I'r.IJ.,1,1 !by March next,) :a 250 acre nor I..1 Its, of Pine Land: ,nrfpiniiig the and Advlia Bertha Wilson. Months after date the undersigned administra ded. and on he moot liberal terms

All cf Etc* 7, fc, 9,10.11 ; S \ of !/c J 12 ; all of : !r1ln l1} ti ill cunii'-ct this place and! llio innin road, I Ki'-liinoinl I lj.tli trail, in lti..IIU1f)1II1 county, with improvements. LT appearing to the Court by affidavit: made and of the estate of Charles S. Siblcy. deceased, Orders from the Country promplyofilled both and and satisfaction

eec 13 and 14 ; tli N \f J. S W 4 and W J of S E thus gr.itly incrcaMng the present amount of trattl.There I. I I filed in this cause, that all the above named defendants late ofGadaden county, will present her final accountto guaranteed, with regard prices quality
K N X W -AJ.FO- except John McDougall, reside beyond the the Judge .f Probate of said county and ask to be Physician's prescription arefully componndrt.
4 of ft-e 15; nIlt.t fee 16 ; S }, E J :'ri'J 4 1 i i-? also at this lim: a pro injj demand fir agooi1 of DueLs
of wC I 7 ; nil (,f 5ec lb tud 1 1'j ; tli*: \\ J of S W 4 Hoarding Hr'IIC.a'ru/ ebildrtn font to tlie A Lot at Richmond, Biith, with a romfoitablo, and jurisuiction' of this Court, and beyond the limits of discharged. MARY D. G. SIBLEY, Admt'x. Also, Epping's compound Fluid EltraOt

an 1 E J of S E 4f ac"'} ; the W s "fS W i ..f ht-c !, t-eljool) fiom abroad may be accommodated, and anyone pat, single story Dwelling and ootivcnidit out houses, this State, but within the United! States ; It i is ot Jti<
21 ; the S W LS E i and N Ef sec 22 ; tl,. N : of character and, cxicnui'i| : in the biinos, Coul'Idoubtlcfs I known, as the Trow bridge! House and ,". That said defendants, William W. Dutlon, Lcaudcr -

"VV 4 aud SEt ofwe 2S ; th! N W 4fM"l X i .f S I obtain the first year fion: 15 to 20 yeailyboarders. If not pri-vioH-ly di<|Kiscd of, the Burke Plantation O. Ball lUll Julia A. Ball, his wife, Munger Notice.SIX Estate Notice.STATE .

X4 of sec 24 ; W J ff S \V i and W i of X \V J ..fP.C i will \\m sold WayncsUiro', and tin) Florida Plantation and Mary 1). Munger, his wife, Naomi W. Dutton a OF FLORIDA. ?

25; the N W 4. X E i and S E of FC 20 ; ll) <, I I '111'- suliFcnlx-r, w"ul,1(111) i'd! in ccnrlucion that ; at Tallahassee, at public outcry, on the, first minor, William Henry McAlister, Rosetta Elizabeth months after date the undersigned administra JEFFERSON COUNTY. f fWM.

5 Eaii1SWific2S ; tli.X W I. : \V }. and i 1: in jM'int ofKK-ial, moral in-l, rf-ligions a.lva.iitag&i', Monday in December ru-xt. Tcrms. liberal. For McAlisler, Laura McAlister, a minor, and Adel'w of the estate James W. Strange, deceased, IL ANDREWS sheriff and admlaistratof
late iif Oudsdeii] will his final account ,
} of N JtJf H. 2'J XV }, S W 4 and X K; this) p'-coiid to of the fllrll.r'rillf"rmationul'ply to JOHN It. WHITEHEAD Bertha Wilson, appear and answer the Bill filed! in county present ,
1 = ; tIll i place |'x.-ih.ipB it none Villajjra to the Juilge of Probate of said county and ask to he I officio,of the estate of David Woolf.late of
of etc SO; all 1 of sec 31 ; the S J:i. and W J (,f N of th'j hjouUi. For further! paiticulars: "Jopl. to personally, at Bath) or by letter, addressedto this cause on or before the firet Monday in Decembernext discharged therefrom. Jefferson county, deceased, has filed in the Probate

E 4ofaec S3 ; tL.S W J. :J of S E J. F J of X K.: E. JiLACKUUUN] Monticello, Fla. Lim ut Berzelia, Columbia county. ; otherwise, the complainants'bill shall be taken E. S. SIIEPARD, Adnfr. office of Jefferson county, a written suggestion that

W }. W i of N E i and S J ofN E i sec 31 ; I Oct. 3 3, 1R.17.; 40-3m THOMAS M.BERRIEX, 1 l as confessed : Provided, That this order be published July 4, 1857. 27-6m he believes the estate of David Woolfe to be insolvent
theE aud the N W JOHN R. WIUTKHKAl I once a week for four months preceding the said Rule
4cINE4thcE fufS J i, J Ausftisti Constitutionalist will please publithonce v lrsPlantation Thereupon, notice is given to all persons bavin -
ill
(fN E o! 35. a week fur three month1 and! send bill to advertiser. CHARLES W. WET, f Day in December, in some uewsjaper published Notice. claims against said estate to appear t and fiJi the same
the City of Tallahassee.Ordered .
In Tuicmhip 3 South Range I IVizt.TheNW.SW1anIWofNE4of THOMAS W. EALY, J with the Judge of Probate of said county, on or before
,
tlli8levent.ecnl1uJa of
at CHAMBEU.O, July,
Augiif 22, 1657. 31-tds ) S IX Months after date, the undersigned administrator the 12th day of December next when there will
,
rec 8 ; Medical College of Georgia A. D., 1857. J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. ef the estate of Lewis M.Saunders, ccased. be a p'o-rsta distribution of tIle funds belooging to
the E of N : of E W of N W and July 18, 1857. 29-4ra
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i 1.E i J. i J &c late of Leon county, will made his final exhibit to .said estate amongst the creditors thereof at which
AT ALUUJSTA.( Negroes :
W jofSWivfsee4 ; the N W i and N E4f the Judge of Probate {,said comity, and ask to be time the sold William EL Andrews will apply for his

sec 6; all of sec 9 ; the N E 4 and the W J of N W THE Twenty-Sixth Course of Lectures in this In- FOR SALE IN FLORIDA. Corn and Cob Crusher. discharged. JOSEPH B. CHRISTIE, Adint'r final discharge from the administration of said wtatc.
4 of eec 10; the N W J- and N B 4, and the N J of will commence on MONDAY,the 2nd April 18, 57- .' 16-6m THOMAS J. CHACE
r SUBSCRIBER offers for sale his vehi known Corn and Cob Crusher I
SWiandN3'S K i of aec 11 ; Fraction aec- NOVEMBER next. "lIE RANGER'S patent
tion 13 ; Fractional actions 1:arid 1C. Emeritus Professor Anatomy, O. M. NEWTON, Plantation, Casa de! Lago," lying on the south \JT have taken the Agency for the sale of these su India Rubber Packing- Judge of Probate.
six miles from Tallahassee it is said in March 7, 67. 10-8m
1LD. side of Lake Jackson, perior Cob Crushers, unequaled to any
of all thicknesses
In Ilartfald and $. [NDIA..Jubber Packing, from 3 -
IIQkim'SuncY Anatomy. H. F. CAMPBELL M. D. containing 1200 acres, more or less, 760 of which arc the Co ntry. A stock of these Crushers will bo on I 1C toTt inch hand at D. LADD
Lots 1,14, W J ohe 15; all of 26, 29, 43, 45, Surgery, L. A. DL'CAS, 11. D. ill a fine -Uite of cultivation ((400 recently cleared)- hand early this coming Fall. Prices very low, considering Newport, Oct.constantly IS, 1856.on 42 Circular Saws.

LO; 63.70,79, 83, 84. ,2. )3. Institutes and Practice of Medicine, L. D. FORD, the balance excellent wood land, well timbered and great saving in feed. |45 $55 $65 each A GRIFFITH'S, and HOE A CO'S

TERMS-One-third! of the purchase money to be well watered. for these sizes. Prices unifom throughout the county. WELCH Saws, from 42 to 54 inches size, constantly

paid at the time of bale, thd remainder in equal intaImetita D.Marietta Medica, Therapeutic and Medical Jurisprudence The improvements are a comfortable and well built For furtler particulars! call and examine for yourselves Notice for sale at a co-oniiseion on mannfaclorw'i

in one and two years with interest from date I. P. OARV1N, M D. dwelling with verandahs in the front and rear, and so.soon as a stock for a sample arrives. months after date, the undersigned, executor prices by D. LADD.

of tiurchasc. Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Infants, J. contains ten large upright rooms, well finished, and a D. LADD. SIX the estate of Thomas Reynolds deceased, late Newport, December 20, 1836. BlBurning

JOHN BEARD, Rece'vc-r Ac. A. EVE, 1L D.Physiology hall twelve feet wide. besidcBJ pantries, closets, dres Newport, July 5, 185S. 27 of Leon county, will present his final accounts and e., -

of the Apalacbieola Land Company. and Pathological Anatomy, II. V. M. sing-rooms, tc.; the kitchen and laundry are attachedto vouchers the Hon.Judge Probate of said county Fluid

Tallahassee, Oct. S, 1857. 40 MILLER, 11. D. the dwelling! by a covered way ; a large and sub- PLANTATION FOR SALE. and ask to be discharged.JESSE.
*.* The Florida Sentinel and Wakulla Times, will Chemistry and Pharmacy, ALEX. MEANS. M. D tstautial gin house, a griot mill and cotton screv, AVERITT, Executor. OF A. SUPERIOR QtfALfl'T4ust received and

please copy the above. : Demonstrator of Anatomy, ROBT. CAM WELL (new) are under one cover; a ten horse engine (portable I WILL sell on the first Monday in December next, Sept. 12, 186!. 3T-flm sale by AMES d LIVELY.
M.D. ) drives the gin and grist mill; a sugar mill, before the Court-house door, in the city of Tallahassee January 31, 1857. 5

For Sale Aufcwtant Demonstrator of Anatomy, S. B. SIMMONS overseer's house negro cabins, crib, atublcecarriagc- the Plantation belonging to the estate of Dr.
Llua': M. D. house, smithy and work-shop all of the.best structure James Whitehead. This place in four miles North of Notice.I Insolvent Estate Notice.State .

GOO Barrel of Frckli It unit Clinical Lectures will be delivered in-the City Hospital and in excellent condition-the whole constituting one Tallahassee on Lake Jackson, it containing twenty. I administration having been granted of Florida, )

T LutE is ojf superior quality, and will < ami at the Jackson street HospitaL of the most dcxirablo und best improved places in two ((22,00)) hundred acres of best quality Oak and J to me on the 3d day September, 1855, by tho Jefferson county. )f

pare iavorably with Tm Lime, or wit Fee for whole Course $105. this section. The plac! is well supplied with well Hickory laud, about one-half cleared and under cultivation Hon.Judge of Probate for the county of Leon, State administrator of the esUf

any other for plastering any other Matriculation Ticket (to be taken once,) ?5.. and spring water of excellent quality, besides a large the balance iu woods. The improvements of Florida on the estate of Simon Partridge, late of WM.J.CLAYTof .Claybw, late Jefferson county,

which Lime is twed. We challenge purpe A p For further particulars, npply to any member of cistern near the engine. Tbu lake, of which a beautiful : good.Comfortable said county deceased, all debts and demands of whatsoever deceased, baa filed in the'Probate office of J.ier on

"'ply t JOHN !f. RAY8011 Jefferson co. the Faculty, or to J. P. OARVIN, Dean. view is obtninejfromn the dwelling, affords abundance Dwelling and all)necessary out houses, nature agaInst the estate of said Simon Par written that he believes the estate -
12 miles S. E. of Monticello. Oct 3, 1857. 40 ((flub at all times and wild fowls in the winter Gin House Screw Barns Corn Houses Overseer'shouse tridge, deceased, which shall not be exhibited to me county, a W.suggestion to be insolvent

Oct ", 1857. 40-tf months-besides an excellent pasture for a large and Cabins to accommodate ono hundred negroes audnuniatrator aforesaid, within two years as pre- I Joseph CI&1Lon.

Notice.FOUR stock, for the raising of which this place! peculiarly all framed and iu good repair. Persons wishing scvnied by the statute of tile State of Florida,in such claims Thereupon, said notice estate is given to to all and persons file! the having UQle
adapted. examine tho will apply to Mr. made and- shall against appear
Notice.ALL to place O. M. Greenon case provided forever afterwards be before
:; weeks after date, I shall apply to the Hon The above, from its convenience to town, railroad, with the Judge of Probut of said county en or
the Terms made known the barred n'hlllotice to all creditors
premises. on day 01 ; w hereby given ,
will be
having demands the estate ot Jefferson for an the 5th of March next when there a
persons against e of Probate, county, schools, good society, Ac.; and from Chic excellence of sale. legates and entitled to distribution that their day '
H. deceased late of Jefferson sale of the following de0cribed"lands persons ratA distribution of the funds belonging to Mid
& no; order and decree for the the lands and locality, i in a valuableinvestment..- JOHN B. WHITEHEAD, Ext'r. claims and demands will be barred at the expiration pro
them t the undersigneddfflioistraior belonging) to the estate of Francis B. Persons wishing to purchase would do well to look estate, amongst the creditors thereof; ftt which bop
county a 10,1857. 88-tda Sent of the period aforesaid unless exhibited .
[ withiu
the
$ within the time prescribed by law, or Stewart. deceased, to-wit : The N W } of the B W at tho premises, which Trill bo bLOWn by Mr. IX E. copy same aud this notice will be in bar thereof. the said Wm.J.Clayton, will apply' for bisfiu1d1. *
plead
they will b b and al indebt are requestedto }, andtheS W } of the N W J, and tlie N i of the Mason, iu my absence. JOHN POWELL Admt'r.Bept.5I85'T. charge from the administration 01 said estate
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male & N W i, all oT Section 12, Township 2 of Range 5, ALSOFor Attachment.John THOMAS J.CHACE Judge of Probate..
p 'JAMES P.OItATHAMI AdmtV N and E, containing 160 acre more or less. To bo 86-Sm Sept. 5, 1857. 38m'

.- Pel 10, 1857. 4U8w sold for the payment of the debts of said estate. sale about 60 NEGROES-priina and acclimated A. Grant ) In Justices GeniI, 2nd District,

.Waoke ELSIE STEWART, Adtr'x. ; also, tho com and fodder of the growing I v*. > Leon Court. Notice. Nails.

I. Notice. Oct. 24, 1857. 42-4w crop, the horses mules, cattle, sheep and hogs; the Nathaniel White. j Debt $47 00. ALL persona indebted to the estate of Josiah KEGS assorted NAILS, for sal) in lots

demands against the estate t lousehold. and kitchen' furniture, tho wagons and TIE defendant and all others interested, are here late of Jefferson County, deceased, 1 X AH U to CASH purchasers at reduced prie., by
ALL persons having NoticeIS carts, blacksmith and carpenter's tools, and all the notified of the commencement of this suit, are hereby notified to make immediate payment to y DO. WILSON.May'23 .
lole of Jefferson
Stephen Ught ;y. must county the,, hereby given, that the subscriber, Widow of implements husbandry, belonging to the plantation.A returnable to a Jutiee's Court io be held at Tallahassee the undersigned executrix of said estate; and all perSons '57. :

"., dceeased, wil take tilt they authentcatwathin prt-Mnt Francis fi. Stewart,"late J.ffcwon county, deceased great bargain will be given to an approYed pur- on the 9th day of November, A. D. 1857, and to legatees, distributees whomsoever, holding I ., ;:21 -

same to this notiaPVill be will, six weeks alter date to the chiMer for the whole properly, any of which may be appear and plead to the same. claims t r demands against said estate, are hern by required
the time prescribed by law, -or all l Indebted Hun.Judge of Probate, for J bereoC.app1l 1. petition treated for at private sale until the first Monday in ,. Given under my hand and seal this 25tt day of to present them duly 'authenticated within 10- Salt Salt.

4'-.. plead in bar w their recovery; and notified persons to mateimmediate for dower io the estate of her decrased husband, January,next when, if not sold, all except the land, ,August A. D. 1857. gal time or this notice will be plead in,bar to tho recovery I A(U fUcxs.lIVERPOOL.' in fiae erd&I .
to said estate,'are hereby according to law. ELSIE STEWART, will be. offered'oo the premises At public outcry.: EDWARD M. WEST, [L. s.] of the same. ,U UU landing per Time mod for wk b1

payment thereof to we unders3gfled.JANILIGIIT8EY. Widow and Admt'x. ot Francis B. Stewart, dec'd. I OEO. A. CROOM. Justice of the Peacu. SARAH KNIOHTON, Executrix.Sept. MeNAUOHT.' ORI1- 0"_""J-. ..

-8w, Amt'x Oct 24, an1' IS Sept. 26, 1857.. 8 -td8 August 2g, 1857. 35-3m .'19,1857. 38-8w April 4,, 186'1. 1* ;
1857.
Monticello,_ Ot)0, ? .

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