The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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professional (nrb5. Hot; Long will the Hard Times Last I ] | Frmn the Special Cor. of the JV" }'. Tribune. ladies, too, will have to do your past or back Terrible Tragedy JB LeIlItI.... ', .

:_-_--== = -===- -r'-: =- When our convictions are deep and thor \ tfah' -What Capt. Vllet Saw and Heard out. I (told you last Sunday so arm your The Red River American gives an acc 'apt

ough concerning the causes of a great result, ; selves, and if you cannot do it any other of a frightful tragedy in the par.ishror Cajcjsfeu ;
MILES NASH$ & CO. we are willing to hazzard the | FORT LARAMIE, N. T., Sept. 28, 1857.--:
boldestj sell of fine bonnets fine
predic. Capt. Van Vlieta member of Gen. way, some your / on the Texas border For some weeks
DEALERS I > tions as to its continuance. We1 have not I ; / j arrived at this. Harney'sstaff dresses, and buy yourselves a go'od dirk, a Claiborne Hart and his son Charles had been
I yet found ourselves mistake co'iiccrning the I of I post yesterday morning, pstol! or soma other:! instrument of war. making threats against. lives of James M.Wilbura '
his the States .
DR"GS, troubles which now overwhelm the business i on way to frym Great Salt Arm yodr boys and yourselves universally Wilbfjrn
I arm B&nfon William and Jack..
| Lake City. lIe detached the General
of the was by -
tPAIXTS country ; we do not to find j i and that too with the of
expect McGee. On Hart
weapons son Saturday Sept. 12th.
EiICJNES I I ttlstakrii! in [ at the beginning of August, to proceed < ,
ourseltys regard to its duration. to Utah, to gather informationI war, for we may be brought to the test if we I find his sent efrt to the residence of Benton ; .
t friends and the I VJ e hear mmy: specifics suggested for the 'I necessary will stand to the line.I .
iTTOULD inform tfeeir! pa lic.tb the of the inhabitants up I; Wilburn and told him that his time had now,
: concerning
\"\ tbeY hate ('a hatid a good assortment of tic I hard limes. The old' Whigs;; for instance, I i :.I the geography of disposition the routes to the Territory' mean just what I say, and the people say I been limited to two hours ; that they would '
generally kept in their line of busine who; h.ke the old Durbons, I i ; will have other Governor and
are can never relinquish not
rUcle as ; they any I mos assurecly kill him as well as the I
the condition of the otber.i .
bsrecciring regularly fresh supplies. The I crops, &c., and to report '
and will a prejudice or forget a folly, are fond i ii i I | especially any one that has to come here Under parties above named ; that they had given
to He i
be reasoP.r11abasee. headquarters. returns with
term! of ejaculating their regreis for {flue absence ofa ,i i i I news arms, for we conidertbat.auy man is them
Aprilt1 185 14. r ample warning to leave the country
** which that I
inferences the
: I national bank ; justifies I
in these times of I I damned that to here
difficulty. i! a poor curse bas come I and now they intended killing them whethef
Dr Miles H. Nash, But imagine: whnt'I'ould hav- been the effectof ;| / :I, most Utah prominent Complication feature will present of the administration in history the | under arms to rule over us. These are my I they were willing to leave or not. They

ot'nUlllS: ruoFtfSIGNALSEBVICESTO!'; TUKCiflrKNSorTALLAHJlSSEt the sudden withdrawal! from the vaults of I f> of Mr. Buchanan. The expression of de. j feelings, and if anybody votes against it, they I then went to Jas. Wilburn's and made simi
: AXD feURK iNDlXGCOCSTEY. a national bank of government specie, such : a I are not of us ; but there are four or five but lar threats. They then went to a neighbor's'
termination to resist the
'ivith Dr. M. Nash.unmediatctv raitof the bas occurred within tho last six months from entrance of new- i foMU, and they jpostates, and "
OFFICE : Iy appointed officials, and of iLr United States: t whit YI' $ a mIle) or tjrc off; arid toM what! they had
'Iffi e. I I the sub.treasary. In April the government I I I go overboard. There is not a cnim uuii I salU ann uune ii t iuo Ttuuuuw. A a'UHty

y19IS55. o _ _ I coffers contained nearly] thiity millions of army into Utah, is unanimous m among the :i what goes with us in these things. j passed, arid swearing they: would put their

MEDI'AL NOT I C E i I coin ; now they'scarcely contain seven mil :I people of the Territory. j When we reject Bro. Brigham Young we :j threats into execution, they started back by

., --0- I lions. Il the circulation] of a national bank, ,I { I! On Sunday, September 13, Capt. Van Vlietvras i! reject the head, but we will not do it, for thei ;i the way of Wilburns. On the following day

Robertson & Bond (three for one of notes to specie,) had been ; : fisked:! to attend religious Services in the i body shall dwell! together, and, we ate members ; Mrs. Wilburn sent a little girl to one of her
Drs. Bowery, and was escorted to' ,1 prominent {that and he shall be Gov- I him and
curtailed in proportion to this rapid dimina. I | of bpHy, our neighbors: requesting to.come over
formed co partnership in the prnclic tion of the precious metals in its I seat upon the platform, and invited to make i ernor just as long as God Almighty will have.!! see what nil the firingofgnns near her house

HATING profession offer their services to. 'he citizens there would have: been a co'iitracfioii custody In the, I an address, which invitation ho declined.- i him to be. Those who are in frivor of if, i meant. Two gentlemen went, as they entered -

Tallahassee Office over the and Stcf surrounding!* lately occupied county.rg" ] 1 11- Det Ii 1 currency, from this cau<:e alone, of sixty orsixtv.five I ) By counting the number tff persons Open audience certain I raise your right hands. [The votfe was tinanimons.J I II i the fane, they discovered th.e lifeless
estimated the -
tiers of benches he
ton 4: H igg j 1 millions 01! dollais, twenty odd milj I' / I ] i I bodies of Hart and his 80othe latter had
Feb. :28! '.5k 9tf7iA1NAItP j lions of pece: having been lost l by the treas- : to excee I 4,500 After some remarksby Brigham himself is equally sanguine, and '! his gnn in bit hand and ready tor firing.-

j Or '. The pressure now afflicting the 'i lleber C. Kimball, a discourse was delivered I not less savage. Here is a specimen of one !I These bodies were completely filled with_

| Jr.j I try i is (fie result of a falling off the specie coun-held I : by Etder John Tajor! form'erly! editor I of Brigham's prophecies : !,, buckshot. They nppea td have died with f

J WILL CONTItE TilE i by the local banks, fro.m. $58,000,000 in :,i of The Mormon, the newspaper organ! of I God is at the helm. This is the mighty! i out a struggle. On the Saturday following,'
the close I
I January last, to about $ 5.aOOOoo held ',I the Church in New York city. At : ship Zion, You stick! to (he ship and honor : the parties on whom suspicion rested as the

DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS I j them now ; or a diminution in, their coin by of ( Mr.: Tajlor called the attention of the peopleto : it and see that you are in favor with the ship !, murderers, gave themselves up. They had

t: '- AT TilE OLD STAND, I1G ;i about 833,000,000. If we had bad a national I i the Captain, and alluded/ his businessin i ZIOn, nnS yoU need not worry about anything I II their trial before Justice Evans, in Calcastea *

: bank in addition to thfesa local banks i the city, recounted the substance of hiscony I else. God has the hearts of the children ol :: parish by whom they were acquitted. The
; a : rsations and saM? that ho -:, ould makea
OF THE m i MOKTABjSornerof :i curtailment of its circulation would have bten ; : .' I t men in his hands ; he puts hooks in their jaws ;. friends of Hart, over twenty in number, were ,
in an amount I request in order that Capt. Van Yliet mightlearn I and turns them about at his pleasure. God I in attendance at the Ida!. As soon as the ,

Clinton anJ Monroe stetTK11aha88e.!! / !I the necessary loss of twenty odd millions corresponding of government with! 'I that he had been made acquainted with he is here, the Holy Ghost is here and rests upon I prisoners sere acquitted! they took possession *;
of the
19,1 SM. 3 specie from its vaults ; and the country would i Net ; the determination whole people ; this people, and I am a witness to it.- of them, saying they t/onld take them to ,4j
January would ask that all those present who were I know that the Ghost dwells in the
and them another
- have been neaily double worse off than it is i Holy Texas give hearing. They
MEDICAL IVOTICE.GORMAN. under the forced contraction of the local : willing to raze their houses, burn their crops, '; hearts! 6f this: people ; and the world are afraid i ii ordered one of the M'Gees t.cross his handsfor

banks. It is a simple problem in the Single I $ pull ilowii what they had pnsstd ten ytarsin I i of the union that exists among this the purpose of tying him. On his refusal;,' ;
J- L. PALMKE.Drs j make their beautiful
: building valley a
R. up I told him that he should eith submit
Rule Three. The people. they or
GORMAN & PALMER I the immediate of result of prfeBrnt the loss hard by the times local are :I I: desert, and retreat to the mountains, in would case ,I I They were afraid that in the days of Jos.1 be killed ; whereupon he totd
: banks of about the troops should force an entrance, i eph, and it has been their fear all'the would take his rhance, and broke. They
thirty-three millions of dol. : I
H.nXG[ associated themselves together in the lars what would have been the rise ; and the audience without exception, I You might take a Democrat, a Republican, a fired eighf guns at him as he.ran, btft he escaped *
Medicine\ and Surgery, offer their ; condition of :
rose to their feet, and remained standing long Methodist and old stiff.necked I and has been ound. It is .
services to the citizens' of Wauteenuhand I the times, if the banks national and local!, of I ; ranting an I not yet not
professional urrouoding cnttry.Augnt the country, had lost: besides this amount of ne enough to ei; able him to see that they were rantIng Presbyterian, and when they came to i known whether he wag wou ded or not.-=

15,1657. S3 odd millions I t / i abs6hJtey tfnaftimous. I consider Joseph Smith and the Saints, they I They then took James Wilburn, Benton ,vii- '
specie, twenty or i : the
nearly as DISCOURSE.
PRESIDENT: KI:: U.LL'S I; saw that they were one in faith, and it scared : burn, Jackson McGee and Bowie McGee;'
much ? the
JOHN R. LLOYD : ever disgraced'more Why this*,country most was rotten Biddle'sUnited bank that. j n I i file of the Deseret News up to Sept. 9, dispatched :, them all, "-They would say, We are Meth. and proceeded to Texas with them. At'Mr,'

A"t.1c1lon.eer;: States Bank. Its stocks could have been ; b'y oar correspondent;rebellious fully confirms '. odist.;, Baptists.! Presbyterians,1/ut \we are I John Thompson's, on the Sabine River, they
his statements respecting the spire of different politics, but you, Joseph Smith, stayed over night. Through the inter esi r(
AND.COMMISSION i bought at any time within the la"t !: discourse
twenty it of the Saints. President Kimball a : It
alter men's politics; you change them and of Mr. Thomson, they liberated James. Wil-!
MERCHANT years, at a dollar! or two a share. Its notes :: : holds
delivered the 90th of ,
on August "
unredeemed and worthless I i make them all one. I burn and proceeded over the river. A short
TALLAiA23Efi, FLORIDA. I the from are scattered over I ( forth as follows : :I Brethren and sisters, do not be angry wMiffierfi time after they Crossed the river a volley of i
Maine of 1 >
to Texas
country in
quanti. i all Brother Brigham astto :
You acknowledge for are the hands of God. Instead and afterwards the
iSG. 21y I thy in guns was heard shortly
; 19.
Tuy ties as profuse as the old continental ; Jesus Christ
mone.r. I President of the Church of I I of feeling spirit to punish them, or three, Denton Wilburn, Jackson and. Bowie
sale in
R.ILBERRY, having no five except to the curious, a stray of Latter Day Saints ; then you acknowledge I i any thing like wrath, you 'five your religion, I II McGee, v>ere tcund near the road lifeless. I
: note bringing cents or such a matter in ; bird Leader Prophet, Seer, and Revelatory I ,
cs our I !
and you will see the day when you will pray their beads'! and bodies perfectly riddled withballs.
Auctioneer and Commission the dollar, just as the skulls of noted villains : j I and then acknowledge him inevery I
you God to turn frorn the sight !I .
MERCHANT. find sale rtith anatomists/ as scientific curios. \j 'i j tapaoity tlat J jwM.'m. U* LJ. calling I i! of itielr amiciluns.away your eyes I _- -._-__'- _- -

S3 itle; ': both in Church and State ; do you not ?- i There thousands and millions in tbd .. Clippings.
TALr.iHj--8EE( Fin] .Sept 29, 1855. I are ., ?
.- There are supposed! (to be in this: country : i[:Voices-Yes.] j United States and in the world, whose heartsare The man who was "filled with emotion/' *

S. S. KNIGHT at this tune (and we have no doubt correctly I Well he i Is our Governor. What is a Governor I like an aspen leaf because of this little hadn't room for dinner. _

I ,) froin: two hundred to two hundred and : lOne who presides, or governs Well, !! handful of people in Utah. Pity them, for Woman If we can have her; for a'toast
AUCTIONEER COMMISSION twenty five millions dollars Of this sUm : have d-'clared in a legislative capacity
now, we I they know not whom they are fighting against we won't ask for but her. _
I any .
FLORID.. the banks hold btst about twenty-five millions that will not have rotten-hearted
TALLAHASSEE: I we poor -they know not their destiny. I
The who ate his dinner with the (fork
Septcml! >ed, t 1G5I 05 and the sub-treasury about seven millions ; ; curses come and rule over us, such as some j This army that is reported to be coming to man :
---- from hundred and accustomed send.'e of a river has been endeavoring to spin Ii
--- -- leaving one seventy to a I they have been to. this place know ho more about you and me
nrGUA': CORLEt, hundred and nlftety millions in prvlate hands, !' 1 I I drafted ft memorial and the Council and the than you know about the Interior of China ; mountain top. .

Attorney at Law, either: in the form of ro'iri, bullion/ or recent !; !) House of Representatives signed ?it, and we they go because they arc sent. Il they knewour I The .eyea of your beloyed'aft. she! has t
ly manufactured plate. Much of that portmn j i .tL"I sent to them the names! of men of our own real! character the soldiers themselves ; been crying," Punch calls "ornamental fret-

TALLAHASSEE: l'LA. I of this sum, \\hicb, a short time ag'o, \: choice, as many as from five to eight men for would turn round and tell their officers to go work." .,

January Vi, 1857. S-ly !, was in circulation as coin- has been hoarded, each oflice, men from our own midst, out of I to b-11 ; they would take a stampede, andif I' An English paper gives an account of,a'

i BRADFORD ,. under the sudden and extraordinary value whom to appoint officers for this Territory. their officers urged them to come and fight : party of sixty old women, who were the*

t RICHARD that has now attached to specie; and will i I We sent that number for the President of I their people they would turn round upon I mothers of eight hundred and' sixty nine'

f ATTORNEY AT LAWS i| not re-appear again until specie again becomes i I the United States to make a selection from, them, or tell them to do it themselves. children.

I TALLAHASSEE, FLA. :i more abundant. The process of hoarj and asked him to give us men of our own I Now do not feel! angry. Are not they to I Jones says that; it's all folly for his friendsto

Office DcilJjt i j ding will go on dpace until! a much !larger I :: i choice in accordance with the rights constitutionally b. pitied Yes. Are you to be pitied ?- I tell }him that be mustn't enlarge his debts., '

May 53(Office, '57.in the Tost lWILLIAM ; 1 1 sum is absorbed than has already disappear- I,.I : guaranteed to all American citi-I Yes, if you forsake God, or your religion. I when he is doing all he can to contract

------.-- --' -- --- -- I| ed in t! at n'anner. The amount held by, the ; ; The Saints need to be pitied for nothing but I them. .

SCOTT, i! banks will remain at about its present figure !i I zens.We just told them right up and down that I i for forsaking their religion. Be careful that The Philadelphia Press says ,that the. real l

ATT1Y: lj DA7 zi during the period of their suspension, proba. : if they sent any more such miserable cursesas I you do not get darkness into your minds. name of the notorious and eccentric woman

MONTICELLO, FIiA j i bly augmenting gradually for a time ; but i ii seme they had sent were, we would send I i i May God bless von. Amen.A who calls herself Lola Mou fez,is Mrs. James
j suddenly incrasttigjust before the day of them home, and that is one reason why an
nljrSO.lSIS. SO L1JE 1J I' I II rather mob is on the here, FRIGHTENED IER.-Officer Pat I An old advertisement of 1568 reads-
resumption. It is plain, therefore, that the arm)', or- a II
F. tdtlftg I' amount of specie circulating in the business I to j i Ii as reported. You did not know the reason L Flannerty of Philadelphia, is fond of a good anted-a stout, active, .man, 'io. fears, 4

Benj. of the country can only b'e increased frOm i i to j before, did you ? I joke, he never! misses an opportunity. A the, Lord,atfd cart carry two hundred weigh i

A1 DillYl.& lli&WJAiD I external sources. The hoarding process Well, we did that in a legislative capacity ; I few days since ho was sitting on Ihs Walnut I '* Do you understand me now !I" thundereda

I will continue {o absorb large amounts of our i !Ij we did it as members of the Legislature, as street wharf, when a long, lank Hoosler! a country pedagogue to an urchin at whpso

soLicrron IN EQUITY, +. I present supply., The.lmn: & will endeavor to : to i ii your representatives: and nov you have gotto deck hand on one of the steamers runningto I head he threw an inkstand. I've.got, an' .

1%? ILL practice in the Courts! of the Eastern Circuit i gather into file vaults (not to come out j i back us up. You sent us just as ve sent Savannah, parsed: hinr, holding in one handa inkling of what yon mean," repjied' the boy.

\ t of Florida, and the tederal Courts. I again, of course, until they resume specie ing j! Bro. Bernhisel to seek for our rights and stand section of bread, and in the other a hnge Father," said a cobbler's 1 lad_ pegging

II (OFFICE: AT CATNSVILU! ALACHVA coc.ftv.) :j payments) other amounts. Thus our supplies I in in our defence at \V Rshington.Vell bologna sausage. At almost every step he away at an old. shoe; they say that trpot

REFERENCES: i I for circulation can only be augmented t! ted j!i \ here is Bro. Brigham, lie is a man would satisfy the cravings of hIs appetite bite good now." Well, well," replied the \ ;

CAPT. J. J. LUCAB ) I 1! from external sourcc. i of our owrf choice, I he is our 90Jern'or in the with a bite from each of the aforesaid articles. old gentleman, yon.stick to your work, and I i iL
L COL. J. D. AIKEJ, }V Charleston, 8. C. I From California we shall receive' J about : I,, capacity of a Territory; end aso fi's Saints I Pat no sooner saw hrrn than he deter they won't bite you" r 4 i

But upon
850,000,000 a we An Ohio
Dt. JAMES S. JOKES, Tallaliatsee, Via. I year. ]; politician was boasting, in ,a.public
w1 have another Pat rat
the Hoosier
that a ran across
ill June 657. 23 amount alone can have any appreciable influence I :I Well, it is reported they passed speech, that he could bring an argumentto
three Judges, a the sidewalk at which he wickedly made a
in alleviating the business pressure of |I Governor on the wiJjno'w, a p'int as quick as any other man ." You
A. PERRY MAKER, the for of three District Attorney, a Marshal, a Postmaster kick.
country a period two or in I :! ;, can bring a quart to a pint a good deal quicker .
TYOalutY liT LAW t years to come. At least half of the present I and Secretary, and that they are coming.h'erei Leaf( hat rat alo'tfe] yelped Pet,' as if ," replied 1 a Kentucky editor. ,

hundrt'd met?!. .' ,. .
circulation of the banks ($214,000,000)VitI) twenty-fire angr) .t
and heart
': 1861.T 20 Lave to be replaced'! by specie before any alleviation !. i I The United States design to force those Leave !1arohe?" replied the; HOosier, rare offerings are found
Ha.y 21, can be felt in the condition of af. I officers upon us by the point of- the bayonet. roo in, alPtwith his mouth1' full of bologna. almost .exclusively] among women ; nearlyall
M. W ST.Attorner You think feller leave that the happines&and most blessed, momenta.
EDWARD fajrs. Wheft' tu62e institutions resume specie I Is not this a funny thing tray .what do.you want a to
In at their calamity in love are of their creating, and so also in
alone ?
and Counsellor at Law, payments, their paper money will be very that 1 am cross, but am laughing :
FLORIDA. much distrusted by the people ; scarcely A : aud I will "mock when tb rr. fear "Because it belongs to me, and I will not friendship, especially' when it follows love.
TALLAHASSEE "Mr. Green when rewa.tOO
have it abused. you said
more than a hundred millions of it can find cometh. ;
Apn1 t 1 14 currency; and-that hundred will have to be { Now, gentlemen and ladies, you look at Belongs to you What on1airfh do you much American .eagle in the speaker's dial
'' in this book, the do with rats ?t" ,did mean thai t Was Wanted
Peeler bottomed on a large specie basis, say one these filings, and then tight want to course you \ a
Anderson I' of ourselves with them sir production and to what cLnc/orthe
dollar of specie in their vaults to twq in pa. ; I' Bible, it says our nobles shall be ; Make bologna sausages I ; : speech

Attorney and Coflsellor' at LawSOLICITORth per circulation, at lowest. Thus, under the that is, our Lords, our Judges, our Governors and right nice ones they make too." did. you especially, refer!" .

EQUITY, new order of things, one hundred and four- our Marshals, and our everything, shall The Hoosier waited to hear no more,but A barrister blind of pne eye,pleading witH

PORT FLORIDA. teen millions of the 0214,000,000 of paper be of ourselves.We throwing his bologna as far as the strength his spectacles on. said: Gentlemen, in my

FEW of tBe}Middle Circuit money now. in circulation .will_ hAtfe: to be 'are going to have our own Governor of his arm would send it, with an Ahsooh. argument 1 shall use nothing but what is nec .
WILL'practke i in the paid Court.to CM1o ting. substituted ly specieand; for* the* 8100,000*j ,. ) henceforth. Brigham Young ,was then our pehth-pebttf!" he hastened to the nearest euary." Then"; replied a wag.M take out
in circulation fifty Governor Herber C. {imball was Chief groggery for a three cent dram, to, a'. he expressed one 6T the glasses otyozirspectacfei"A
March: 21"&1. 12 000 of paper money left .
__ Governor. I was a it take the darned *taste '
be held Justice A id Lieutenant ratty old Quaker listening
aillions of coin will have to as sponsor good lady, after to

FLOYD & HOLLA, in the vaults of the banks issuing t'he'pa.. big man then ; I felt as big as Bro.is be Morley does aut." __ ___ the extravagant yam's of a store, keeper a.
Attorneys atTriLL Law. does in the Legislature. The fact long as her patience would allow, said to
Coorfi of KBddleW per.It not understand flier? gabbfe f !If he does, he RICH EDITORS.An exchange says that him Friend what ,
\ practice in the Circuit follows, it we are right i in these conjectures : a pity it u a am to lift,
and West Florida,and in the 8neine' Court that befate he' financial troubles of the ( ) understands more ttoati' I do; editors are as a general thing not overstockedwith when it seems sof necessary to thy butn -
f the State., Al o in the District Court of the Urn will have1 ceased, we shall have to It; is (or as to say, according to our rights worldly goods. Humbug,;: Here w'eare es!."
ed States,in the Northern District of Florida. country follows for under the Constitution, whether we will bare editor of.a e.otrntrjr paper,fairly rolling "
abroad as ? I have l lost said
Fla. from specie 4 iny appetite, a gigantic
R.J.FLOYD, Office Apalacfcwola procure those cotsed Gentiles t to rule over as or not. in wealth. We have a good office, a double 1 : +
D.P.HOLLAND. Offic Qoincy Fla. Withdrawal of paper now circulating, *1il'52S'2IS Irishman, and an eminent performer 09 the
.. this Mr. Editor. barrelled rifle seven suits of clothes three
-I. 00,000,000Total I want to publish .
of circulating
iiI Bull DeW you J trencher to Mark I aaldt
_vet: !!. 1865. stWILLIAM -- Supple. ,hope, .
forI kittens Newfoundland two gold watehesthirteth -
----8. DILWORTH, IIM.OOO.OOO tarn giving you a little of my feelings, a pup, .Supple, .." no pooriiu&n hal found it, for' i it .
and shirts
tinder no day two night carpets
shall haveto know that ae '
to' you
Tbh is the amount of specie we want you' would ru n him in a week.
at Law will be to receive those men than on our floor, a pretty,wife, own one corner
Attorney and Counsellor aetofre/ addition to what necessary more obligation "
for the amounts Bro. Brigham'a family is to receive another lot, have ninety-three cents in cash, are out Say, Pomp, you nigger TOO, :whar did
MONTJCELLO, FLORIDA. to bte go!, to compensate withdrawn him at their husband their of debt, and. have norich relatives. .If we you get datnew hat'Wbr.atde..sp.
be man and to reject
WILL practice in the OourU of the Middle Cir which' (he pressure .will cause to friend and benefactor.I are rio wealthy- i H is a pity. Hurrah for ob eou ae." What de nriee of : cbai -
; ndTh.:3i-t and Lowndes. County, Ga fro'/' eire lstion and hoarded. Eleven father, their ad! has informed hurrah Who cares for cash!- HorieorfWit. article AI datT I don't b ,*, I1'.JJ
that'what have .
\ :S.1i5B., .., 12-ly mHlftto w .. item ; stid ftos ft' seems Iff ire that we shall many ofjouf minds, and I ehofcflb ta presentmy (( .) Argug.- %. "-

LING ft CiLBBilTH' not;be relfcved of the present tnmblet that fdeai by comparison.:. ,NJCG.o__ ;'financial crisis ....lXot

AXTORN1TAT;LjTALLAUAS5EI' ,-FL.&.. now overwlrtlm the business of (he' country\ I, hate a rifetto,*tf &* ,Okntfea shall l A DisTKwcnojr* ; ,..un DunRL'liCJfl,1nCork : to bate affected the high price-of regro.a

}f" ,: .LONG A.,.B.ALBRAITH W-asaoei until iojpnent: oar present stock of specie ? never me 1'er' i fWtoffr this people ," saro: O'jCohnert i I\, U I remember soperntnocraVy At ClarksrfD, Y*.. oa tile J9&&! n..

.L._tea theUII dfejntb.MNd1sCfreitthe pr cUe.of Law,, They So.mDOoarta byi>175,00p,0p0! from sorfrces oatsMe of the might dozlt of.thetr coq1fDjJI: hit aright : crier,, .Who i'haf( been put in the gro'6 .faelod&ff all grades,$$:Jt ftr.ai
"Wlattead the OoorUin the. : "-
,and&.DUtrict'ConrUof Ute United Atlarittb.8lat. l'I. : to"- ls tbstiisfl; 'be .place :;pf invalid. ,, try1g.to disperse the 'to'hI dEeersdoaaaftged_ .were QJ Oj'Tb .
,tT.nE1Iie. .:. If d1i1 i ;sappy! of "spcciesbalI W' proenraWe -: i or, ,:.1, tbein r..rij47Jotk1b1le: .grass: cioil'by'ruci iDUbg in:a ;stentorian. voice, 000' War'sm,''N4IJ, l .abo \ .
Office oppooitetbeCottHHonse.- frontoo.pthef soffrce thin Caflfornivlt )! towa or wit r zu i,; iever( 120"111Jver- Isn't Jre e bQi'pe \ ar: b'.t ": 1r,1 .
that lawjen
_0etobcr! !$;-1811- 1'V is.Very .plaih that t.? 'three' or- fdtir 'yeart must l [Voices 4/1men.rq.: .... '. -, AU you blackguards + t ,. (

LaWs ,of Florida.'BOUND elapsd before the tittihew of thb poAliy\ WIll Well:we have got ib osfiJo-lnese'Aroens the'presence of the court enCitfJlyl'1l'm eye'bfth' i&UU ,y-. WI' ,4. ..
> !" "1250. -' -! ".'-4f :- ;
bwtened You ;
be .
: bsSnitat Tfc nod will and w. have to sustain these vowa. power ,... .
to 1W;. JtePQUGALL & HOBBY. :
prcchely In >crffon, as we shall obtain )
pr6J .
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|I The BonndaiT Question. : In l84/' | : Cold and Silver 'SR. ShInplairrs. I The Low Prices of Cotton.i .
[ TIIE that institution.
which presides over i e Cavte and fAa KemtJy Jaf b Barker't
long pending controversy' about the boutlda- In what Fund sball Taxes be funds feed Me. KimoK-Dotllnic : Is time Florldlan still j ja
Ileeted T when the State wa without credit or to i<,n-Dtprt\w of Out ton Jfanufaetvret
.. .. I ; line between Ibis State and Georgia ire re This question has been much discussed in oar ,a few volunteers called out by the Governor to Democratic paper? Or ha* it in seme 5 i'riie mfcieh lantL i* 7.-

----- ---.' ] to seewill soon be closed by amicable ar- r newspapers, as well as among our citizens generally. shield our frontier, upon an Indian outbreak end foiled to foacli mo, announced a change of all iU The dtpre 'ion in the price Southern product

T A A well con I The sentiment be almost I induced toafrk fnm seeing i' i is owing to causes independent of *
proposition including a seems? to universal that it j the U. S. Government refused to provide subsistence old principles ? am theIie1** cf

bans of adjustment from Gov. Broome to ; never was intended to require the payment of State !i; for them, this Bank advanced money to the State, j column after column of its late number devoted to general the currency destructive at honi*. in The the North revulsion irLieh U o

: Executive of Georgia, -wUhdniw the matter i taxes in any other than the general currency of the !i to be refunded when Florida might be able to do an outcry against the payment of specieinto the ,. not have felt in the South to so great and an Eat wouU

t 3f Notice the cognizance of f the Supreme Court of the : country, and such has been the uninterrupted 11- 1 *o; in the uncertain contingencies of the future.j state treasury. That paper so long known as the not the European market f r thtir prodnc extent tVtt natf

and McNanght, ( 1 State, has been cordially nceeptcd by the sage at the Treasury for the whole twelve years of j And more recently this Bank has liberally aided stint advocate of the Sub-Treasury system-can it suddenly and simultaneously flee-ted lygfhefjj,

lor Denham. functionary, who in hi* late inege to the our State existence. our own railroad enterprises in their infancy. Even: be that it is now attempting i It, loUti-r up the shin- cause*Mthat e'pt rating the there.We Southern. Bank

alludes to the subject thus : There never has been a time, since the State government i i at this moment, th3 extent of this accommodation J pkster shop of Georgia and South Carolina by cabling .: have not abused their credit bvexcev4veei are wind, an.l

The In mv lad biennial rneaie, I called the at- wns organized, when our taxes could I has withdrawn resources that would otherwise upon the Treasurer of Florida tb receive their of their circulation. Many of them Lave

Thi body : the of Governor the General of Florida Assembly, to Mirpend to a proposition tile snit have been collected ii Epeeie, except at very great :| have enabled her to meet( the recent panic (for at rby* in payment of the dues of the Slate ?! And our ( vault an amount ;n specie equal to their in eirn1d3

ate elected the Supreme Court of the United State, in rela- 'i inconvenience and sacrifice to tax-payers. We had j j the South it is mere pnnic.) ithotit shrinking, along i Gotcrnor-i 1' invoked iu the name 6f ANDREW I!| tion. Their fttefchahU 11) and are their al U< ina* MMind i

President. In between that no banks of isue in this State where could JACK ON) !! take the ordering ditiona at any Lie, peoj.I,. gm,, ,
: to the undary line State and specie | side of the few others whose more selfij-h course ( ) to responsibility j t have been free from time madness
Jerwood was with the %iew"of endeavoring to settle the be had. The bills of solvent banks of South Carolina I has enabled them to vend a nominal suspension. t the Treasurer to revoke i.Is sr t-cic circular and Jo 1 ettravacance which has been a leadingrau*prcti] tion and

Toomb* has been such" by negotiation would and enable asked the them to j and Georgia, chiefly of those located 5nChnrles- Yet the S. W. Railroad Bank is firmly based upon j ree-ei\e the bills suspended banks instead of gold 1 diftieultie-at the North. ** of th*
j measure- negotia-
He was to be entered ton." But the legislature ad- ton and Savannah, former our chief circulating millions of productive railroad capital, beside* bolding j and silver. Why it Is chough to make the boiics The currency snd domestic exchangeare dtrtac

iee1amntinn. without taking any action on the ml ject. medium and have been paid into the State Treasnry i' a dollar in good securities for every dollar of of the old hard money President rattle in their e sytrm country, n H
Mr. Twmbs is felt it my duty" ln'-winir the friendly for taxes, and disbursed ngnin in payments out j her circulation and deposites, over and above her j coflin. For heat t mms' make, if tutli n responsibility alius' cit that system. from tLtirowa

Vt-r and >f (Georgia with the towards Governor; Florida of, to the open latter a of the Treasury and holders of the Comptroller's ', own stock capital of .*5o.fs4) long ago paid in in j is t to be assumed: l let it be I in the name of romc otht t Still thHr cotton, tobacco, rice, tc.. are at mfn-

reflected )henr which resulted in npn po-itioti by Governor j warrants have received such money in payment i; specie or H equivalent. Are we to t turn time sitoul- | er than the Hem of New Oilcan. Insult not his 1 ouslv low prices and are likely to Gill I0 fr.

--- to ndopt the terminal point* of the j-res- ;: without hesitancy or complaint. Nobydy el<-inanded ; der upon this Bank, end indeed upon any sound i memorv by appealing i to his exntuple to sanction Time cause of this depression and its -nmb navt
j f been sought for the Mii
TIic : recogniyed line as th* trn tirm'tial, "->ints of : spevie, and if he had the"Treasurer could engcrly by noial, men 'ftb
} no I I Southern Brink, becui=o they have nobly stood by > such an outrage; South, aid "botli appear te havt ten
We are boundary line, (to l.pre-urvcvtd. corrected and di cl I more have jmid it to him last year than tli., lie ; their customer and not mined them ofrer to shaj ; But we are told that specie pntmeht 6f fate time practical knowledse and experience of 1T
presided it is shown tih.r: that Ike .
for ( ; by PartY Te|
l.e'eLIt line i is incorrect.* 1 nccepfc-1 t-e! prp ,!, nnd his bondsmen exposed themselves, by that inability i ver*. and brokers tj will ruin the State f'ntfyt ntnl nonsense.! How is ran financier, Mr. Jncoh Barter; who l.as: btfftJted

lircred by him, I ifl the following words : 'Of course my ac- to all the penalties (if there really be any,) j But more i is already said than Vas Intended w hth ; it t'mt the paymrM of sixty or seventy million of all the financial stonus dbwn to this Jar, arid nr-

ciety at St. : ; 1| of tour proposition can have no force nn- fjr not elemandmg and paying out specie, just as the the fives thcfn:
I j jmncli thought of penning this article first occurred. .1I taxes to general government injures nobfxfy, and j Mr. irker. in n converwition hith
rused the the o' Gconria. So far. the editor
full interesting pages a by, I am authorized, I accept if. But I then as now-not a whit more nor less. !I And I will close it by venturing to predict that j yet the pavmcnt of as ninny {!houancN ti' the State 'I time New Orle-sin* Delta declared that he (ortq'JrreJ of

no power to appoint a surveyor, notappro- ,1 Whnt did it si unify to the State creditor that he i within GO dnj-*, or at furthest 00 the panic will Government is tt bankrupt Florida ? Do, Mr. Editor the present financial derangement a prf teod.

perspicuity, that ] () to pay the espensf re-survey. But the was ifTered the bills of some Bank that promised t ti to have pass'd away. Meanwhile I add that the ,resent It-t n* be consistent. If it Is such a wrong to send to the bant, factors and; tMloa f otren, for"the
est settlement of lature of "Georgia; will eMivene on the first of redeem tlum with specie four or five hundred, miles I reason that it has preventc3 ah taflv hr.ment
wait, even of Mich funds ns me Indicated ns | require that the dues to thfe State Treasury shall]! i ibe of the whole cotton
The ar.d I will sul mit tie whfle crop.'He .
profitable s-ulject, o'F in anfthe State ? Pid this make theta
tnenced, are not 1 ][ ">v.r correspondence and cheerfully recom a legal pre-per t> be received and paid out at our treasury, [ paid In 'sjiecJo, 1ft its demand n repeal of the snys that the pi-oent uncqtuileil moDe
them to take such action as will! enable my ? | will demand forbearance by our fiscal agents until j sub/Treasury law so that postage cu-tom due and ; i>ree..r.re in all part of Europe independent

Lecturer than !'! -i-or to l.ring the matter to a final termina- ) Hie condition of the Treasurer's bond I Is for the there are more of them in circulation. j public land due, may all bo paid in rags.the \ iniluence from this side of the Atlantic would biTe

crrelv hope that 1 T .entertain rn doubt bat the legi.-hiturc will sfe-kcping and faithfully *pnvin out the State j FRANKLIN. : But 1'l.inter1' .iamhi rendered sales .ut of tlie qiir tion. and it ironld
until me ta ; fund- that come into his hands. It __ __ .it er llyw iir>ence
future time, we & j is proper to observethat: the Governor" seems to me j -. j one kind of currency for the employee's of the I per |j'tun'l. raining such an amount of stfrfinir

of the most J 1 da, nllhocch; (')flhlflt with i'* terminal point j that time only sensible question now \l-, both for our I! Mu. EDITOR-It is not often that judicial opinion* ; government and another kind for the employer i be nturned under preite t a* wonld have exchange ruiaj tu

lien'p 'I the cpir.ion that the prt sent recogni/ed line is ( Tax Collector* and our Trt-asuer, Tfhat banks of So. ; ind ruling, can with propriety be eli
re-surveyed and marked and ero<'kd.. j Carolina and (Jeorgia are esteemed good, undoubtodly 1 'ie jouhials nn l it is fit to call cotton c.inuot go forward f.ite-r than required
; public attention to is fur
,I his proposition c->iif. nu'late l bts-ide* a- i strangely out of place in Democratic) paper.hy .- consumptionwhich faust
>lvent, and) whose] pr"eeed on
1 se bills continue fci a lhnit
ng to IK- terminal points. i< that, tli.it line j I circulate -he-e nratter. only when n judge exerelse-s hia poiv- \\ sir, it i i5 the stereotyped[ tap] trap appeal of scale, or a revolution would le the imnj *iaff J
Looking over ) ] be surievc-1* and: re marke I, pr. iided it shall freely in <>rdinary business affairs, in their own :| er to etabli a rirle directly effecting the whole ;; the Whigs ngain-t the sub-Tre-aMiry. One cur- sult. Hence a shilling sterling j/er pvnad re-

n few days since, by (-tl.:; r l-.uty that it i* impel feet. If j jI St.-i e* respectively_who-e ability to pay nil they : bolv of the people in their Ltiiness transactions, '1 rcncy for the office holders, another for the only be anticipated,, but btt4mutd if the may pltcter not
went of choke ]I it is i the ii.t rest of"both States, that tile line owe remain3 unquestioned at home. 1 ind ns it rnakc-s law for the land. It people. ] will be true to themselves and to each *
were a will I othera
Who does
j be corretlv run and well defined : and as j not recollect it ? But I had forgotten which will! reinstate the l
prie b-inks
States and Specie Ins: 1 Ien, in [ and all
tlflfl) amon -t 119 Florida oth
; purely lot be that all citizens should ii free n
i is actirg e-ntre-ly on the defeii-ive, not i a coon- I that a goodly number of our present; tender (wor- concerned, with a metalic _vhich)
bull, called ) Ii) enlarge h territory at the expense of |J an nrtii-lc of cvimittft liam Esq., of this ; I promptly ace pU-d the basFf i roa-on why it rh % proed j e- now. ? ; iivr, that all plaintiffs should] have tho a"me remeI I but it i-l* too much 1 be the consequence to the trading eommunit
r.t. atd rVsj.e sul i-iit. the !. surely for them to expect us to "
tfiilly for f has fluctuated '
Mr. Williams, same price bitwccii what they
ovf ami/fre per cent. lies, and all defendants the same and may.
ivor.ihh c<,nMd,T.ilion. It i is but ju-ticc to protection go with them in a renewed war against the princi- | There rnne-h and
in j.riniiuin eluiiiig: the wl.ole t of i pith abundant su estivra *
They Europe .rni our Mate e-\i.-t-
j .ndulife-nee and if follows of f hat ** ,
tlirousL-'Ut the ; course, no State
; ; ; fntirci rre j ind nef. the pie of the sub-Treasury act. : says the Delta, in times? views of Mr.
throush Enpland, .T of Horida exhibitthe! nit nn.icabh1 ; ence, but no e ne ha* dreani1.! ..f e-reatiii! a eonvul- j can with any degree of policy or justice, establish In conclusion, let me ak the f fMa While Great Britain has vastly increased Barker
of fur
Democracy II elate
perior stock, and and the utrno.-t re9'ct f-T the feelings nn.l : sion about it, in ('Urtate Tre-.i>ur\ or in ordinary or tolerate a system which gives an ndiantagvto I the product of her loe>rns. she is losing the ,

mirable ? e-f this. Mate, all <-f"whieh ns moM cordially business tran-acton! lime truth, i< we had a taste j aliens and the; citizens of c timer States over our own i few, are you prepared to barter your frith for a for them which was afforded by India and the market Uni

buy him for on my part. I of this exaction of r eci'; bv the U. S. oftl.-ials. at i :. si... .r i. +_ ti. rag dollars ? Now, when indications arej-how- ; ted State, end )ha* oK) encountered a onions mm.

the clo-e oi" mug insse'es in rj mauj quarters ina; me ie- petition in lur cotton mauuuictures from
eire to improve i our Territorial Governmentind, f Belgium
: : werethicim i t lcg.il tran-ac ti'-n.
GOT. \Valker of Kaitsa*. any ( ?fliCIt3 is i about to renew its old fight against aI L and ether European eountri". Then, aain. the
Lie one, and we ? very- notabl *genth r-jan i is jiilv: (xr>e-cttd in 1 fully stti-tlcd. j The- well staiili-hed principle* of justice and I villainous vast and exhausting dfain of specie to India Lu

of such ample His recent- uiauthorizel*I conduct* in Let it berenumber-''! that our taXes rre an ad I Ivaltrun good policy have been practically abrogated by the I lead off in paper the other money system, are you ready toI rer.ilered ticney already waree and dear. She ha

accomplishment. : on the a-K-sscd; value of Rules ] direction and join forces with i now on hand a large stock offalricj, after
the returns of the election in Johnson our pn-perty. It j promulgated: not long since by the pre-sen mr htting
the enemy ? Tennessee strikes the first bio* glutted with them all the markets of the
haiing incurred the condemnation of ilrj j will not be ]irctmme.l that this valuation wi": fixed j jat Judge of tjic U. S. District Court for time Northen by The of her world.I
$ I
After propect cotton
prohibiting a certain date the circula manufacture
I j and hi Cabinet a rigid estimate of what c-neh pie-ec 1.1 '{ District of Florida. The laws of this State ion in 1 i are
We are in rcei] < he lisits Wa-hington to property for the j that State rf bank bills under i'. How gloomy, but to a limited extent they mint continue
Graham fc Smiley, : hi* defence in jierson. Kan-ws seemlo be would brii.tr in specie. Had that been the standard, ]1 collection of money passed many years ago, allow lmertaiei to be paid? pray i either! to manufacture cotton goods. or turn oat
tlte the valuation: would have bn.ii, jjreatly reduced a defendant of Court hundreds of thousands of her operatives to starse.
political character of Governor; t Appearance term and a |
announce to the every As to *n extra session of I The laborers
the must le
._ide probably down to one, half. If, tlu-re-fore-.taxe-sare Tri.iI term six months thereafter and l Legislature to lej employed or a revolution
j-r ov< ri i!* le tiriie Instead of fol- j; that perio of ; would
Democratic paper j iralize the receipt of the bills of I en ue. Strange things happen snd
the may
] I now to be paid in specie, it bn-j th* effect three imi-t t1i-e at least before suspended
Columbia ) ; iniplicifly the in'tructinns given them/tli-y precisely I j ; : a judgment can be banks-to nothing of the i popular disturbance in England would not be time

fiee of the A
from j-ower to di avoi? th< ir action. Such was advui.fagc to the State. The money I and judgment can only then be taken in open Court an act of legislation I t The planter- amt factors are, ifappear*, likely to
Mr. :
The litoriHl Christy !; under the administration "f Mr. I'itrce, !i received for taxes all goes to pay the officers of the I jlut the Judge being present. Now, by the Rules of -my would own opinion fully is that all the that cosM of an extra session l'aektheir take the course cotton which, or! send Mr.it Barker oat in adr'aes small and keep I R
equal is quantities
0 ham who ) :. .-* ] e have no doubt will prov.- to be thca>eun j > -, ftnd] other claim.nit's about as f.it as it j the U. S. District Court a foreigner or the eitizena I saved by it. expected te be I though there are those -offco argue that the priee*;

forcible writer. AVe are jieif--ctly confident that when. v- reaches the Trtis'iry. The exaction of */*< <>, I 1 of any other state-of New York or Massachusetts I w ill be lower next spring than they now re.-
lake it. fhfn. i- to ( rat.- for tfifir 1-er.eiit i for obtain HARD MONEY.BY i IF'a-JmP'gton State
instruction for uii-iIICe----CaO
it an.nterprie1 :? >f the! jin suit admii.i-tration to .p4 no j judgment against our cit- -.

and perplexing] 3 Walkr are pulid.tsl, the > >uth i'511 be 'I ne-V el- that I can di covi r. i/e-ns ill tWo nioiiths at the very furthest, n month ;I .- -

f j jaraeaure. -d with th nt Ihf sal.iries of Gefvenu-r uid other Statc-hon-e and ttn (day being th; shortest time The first I I TELEGRAPH. A iiaA who mafries a frivolons flirt gics to

eerta. Success<> Euec : j ofliftrs, -sitL thtir coUinsroi.eienn1 of thieJt.lzc'., ;! Monday in every Month being Rule; day, nnd for j j airy nothi.rg a ?i cal habitation and a name."

Scott v Pillow. h Soiicitc-, and other Court ofticers afid tspenies1, all pratic>:l collecting! purposes having the -sine !j B.LT11oR tO5. c.-Tlie American eorropon- |I i A GREAT BLESSING- TO-THE AFFLICTED.

Georgia Lc l$ \I Scott replies in A Card ( -)" in ilih inorn- I sumupo er ?-3''O'j-a' very hirie item of State effect a* our Appearance and Trial term*. This in- t j dent at Grey town i.itea (hat Co-ta Rican troops,, !' rr The number and formidable cbtnctcr i>f J'arttvt ofI

j ?- ] '' fays- Wa-hington! .' (atc e.f disLursement.: Now let us hear from them on time |: novation on the old rule-sand policy of the1! Di-tri I| uuJer Col. Canty, blockaded] Fo.n Sin Carlo, and I the Liver hare long challenged the atietton of mtdic |men.i'jtnv .

A bill has 1 ecu J! tf. (jell. rillo-tr's lat letter. It i* full of miilj&-ct. ]>o tliry intend to dem-jii'l tlt/lr Kilaric* ,' < 'oiin ha' l been ffecte-d by Judge Mclnto-h requiring I j are determined to hold it till the Tnin-.it Route did I Ij '. of these diieaes. classed] under the p nerat term 0{

(;<-oria aiid will ?, a!.-l Trhaleier b* its merit-* ti ilL ;, (nunjp''iftn, hatelxfC"oppo cj IncurAble, add the un-
may > t rfr-'fi rr u> i / Have they intimated tl.i* intentlon t fill pleMe to beIVeril to when fll"il, \rhich was not j pirte is settled. Honduras San Salvador and Guaiinalu : happy pitlent attoTTc-1 to die, without medical
j science to
Treasurer the :' ue vrith Jr'illowvil3.. \re- are f>rry to -ay re- I t-. the TrrasiirT, to j ronipt him to take hi* I required by Judge Bion
; cr.-'Iit r*> tin \vritT. Ha fpeaks of an II- stand ? "Ihy I have had: the aime riL'lit fo d<> so all I by which our own citizen*, when defendants, could 1 Co-ta Rican A Collision of the oppo-ing forces i is' betVcaA remedy has been found wliiea will cure il I
Mate*: have done e at ot the !:.te l're-M', a* tnc ( df
V'p.: a-e JTO- nl.jnu Ihut Hicy Jiave now. If hr, efii-Me-i tliisnn ;in moat ca"f pl.-ire thoinre-lve* mi of I hourl}* expecteel. Canty's proclamation raplaiirtji nbalerer character, i rising from Je rtcgc1 -
o r tlicf must be ] :t of a i'liant lire eutrre. through the .- .- r-j-j.. rtnne tir.Kto exercise thai rights tijion eejiliility I the jtinitie-s 1 meat of the LtT -r. The Pills Ji-covered by Dr. M'Laoe
rL'hf let with those blockade\ the
m taxpanknow arninsf whom they might themilres ground that it will '
.f a rr.tjqt.ar.t] S. cretary," for the -oe protect prepared solely by Fleming Bro, Pittsburgh, I'm.,act dl-
H jiur- it It i i. not |.roluii.le that a wnirleoi.e hare cl.iini3. And it has furthermore be. nderide'l river again the threatened cnicr dm'nts offillij] j recIy on the Liner; ariby correcting iu operation and pnt'
nunoyinghim. -
The J-Mnocracy < lif--q.-biiFiiiiigr-jToach- I of the--e <>tiic<'issill di-mand thit> Ealarip-.to \1c that oir: stay law, the IUTS regulating our bu-tcr, ; and] adu bios the Graytownites not to at- t! ifring U fn.m dUeae, cuts off an-* extirpates the complaint
imputations! a-o 0:1 fi; r.am; of cyjs. u< iv in I j j, tin in m-i] rie, or will object to snle j I n hich hare their origin in the disease
-iveeu of
their candidates for 3 re h niiioy j day, shall have r.o etfect Influence in con- I t nipt to visit San Cnrlo* at present. { thU orgjo. Kem-
the nieuiberr of the -th- JatPieiKii, l'.lk. a* the iiK-ix-hai.ls of I the country \vill receive in e.r I I I trolling the atTion of the U. S. Di-trict Court. i_ |i! citIes hitherto prof>ce J far lirrr ceuDplainU.bare fkUrd to
erat 'cratic gain of >nc < '. of the mormons of faroou Valley.Tlie dinary bu-ine-s trati-ac-fioiis' tni'-tin to their sigacily !i \i-c do not pr-ipo.-e to ili.-cu--i the policy or jttstices flank Resumption, Ac. j mi.ke themselves fvlt upon Uie a.-tioa of the Liter, and by

kel) in Marx laud-! ] ] i Iiuiiitrttioii. in the Jimrf.-r.( .\ni.l. if the-K- prominent em- i of our Mate laws for the collection of debts.- j I NEW ORLEVN>, Nov. 4.-Hie Citizens* Bank re- j| cleaning the f.unan.; dry n tLe impure treama of diiciwj

islature in Xcw J': >l"RlM'jRi'' H:'JM I/T Ml. Th.- -bra-k"l |doj>enrid j..iyeoa of tl.o State: will take thi< course-, j! lnaiiagricultur.il! country Mich us this where the Mimed ptcie j ayiiient to-day. Considerable specie j which! *thence derive their estcmi.e.

thing by fcturui in ', ,-* of the; New York Tim-? ann : in tl.tt t will ad ,pt t I it 1 t e>, and ii) Mom I IJu,iiie-sS i j CKLKBRATED VERMIFUGE. ma=uAftnrrd bFLtno
jnorc-f< r the party ;: itm ir'.t'-ry of div rs Mormon dc- f e veriiIH our State I property, '-ntii pri. Tr
'Jecti.iis. ; 'who heft Salt Lake City early in Oe-tob.r.) I / will Le easily and; happily di-po-ed (,f. I ITo I \ -ar only, it may be well to grant an Imparl.tncc t 50n are worthkt's. I>r. ITLane'g genuine Vermiiuge. alh's .

The Sit I | two iveekV hi'er intelligence, which, if alia- the f.-r: of our worthy Mate Treasurer, I Icrm of rix month Moreover, it is impracticable NEW YOEK, Nov. 9.-The Evening I'ot says that I celebrateil Li.er Tills, can new be bad at all respeetstls

Wo are happy on arc to j i of high irnpojtance. "I hey fay that Brig I j.re-po-e tlxn, that at le.T-taTl! jirornincnt State fur the Judges of our Circuit Conn-t to travel their (General; Walker tails this \Teek from New Orleans: drug stores. .Von ytnu'.nt without tie tiynaturt of

f ersthat the i I I !, tt the head of a large force, was j.rej OfiKr, beginning' tilh (lie Governor, Con.jifrolh-r, Circuits more than twi-e in the course of a year m for Nicaragua, With a fine steamer and plenty of -- [Ill FLEMIXO BEOS.Uruis. .

the country i' j !"taxe Salt Ijike City to give batik- to the and Attorney Genera; ], S.-cretarv State, Land aid: we do nrt believe that it is good pe>Uey to permit I provisiorra an'ammunition.,. Col. Duncan, of the i -

1 toad\an-money I Hiatus tI u'J4. Thcv furthi-ralie-u'that the h Register, Judge* of the Supreme: nnd Circuit Courts, I ju.lginents to be taken otherwise than nndcrtl.e army, commands the artillery_ j 1ip .

_, 4 IT cent a month, i ] as at vhie-h the 3Ii-nnoi.s will ttttempt Solicitors. tc., shall uieh addr -? to Mr. Au.-tirt. eyean.l control tf th? judge. We are utterly t TOUT OF ST. MARKS.
j the of tl.- ronsto such note a-s t this: / ,n \ ,iillr, ('I'p5etI to the NEW YORK, Nov. 9.-A hungry mob '
teeatl<'9te Ifjj j I'rzr.: s I treiops, is one that, in > >/ (o ren'ire; inJKi'imntt present systcnr cstsrbltsh-d in the U. threatens to .

New York, so it is j } rv point of view, will trive I tlu-ui ovirwhel- f'fjny! fil'irii, tlir bilti r.f ll.t.KUtrnl ft.tnk \ S. (t'onrt, by which the Clerk of that Court i 4, in draw Mayor Wood from his office, and take posses- j ARRIVED.

Grain i is moving | ; that in their rebtllivn they will 'f C'liirlftt'in or ifavttinmJi." And for )hi i* further I the majority of cases that come trader that! jnrhdie- sion of the Sub-Treasury. 'I Nor. 7. Bark Aea }idm, Wolfe, New York.

to the cities, Tli j u-nterljil 3 aid froiii th<- Ii.li.uar.d; that protection let Mr. Auain specify the sort of funds tin, constituted judgo and jury as well as clerk S. Schr. Arlington, 3Ierch, Tortugasr. in liahlast.tI. .
: dHn i is J he receive. in his But \\"ASHIX(.TOX, Nor. 9. Costa Brig Sawannee, 3Iunre. C-rmden, Maine, with
j -
returning jre>od & to throw off all alk-ginnec receiptto Tax Collectors or whatever may be the policy of our State : Rica sends a special' hay, lime ite.

tons are adianciug j \ and: to e-tebli-h the nlve/ as an in. other p
It i io course it is his duty to be as careful in the justice of subject of the Nicaragua Transit Route.
government. that
Union rf* thown by I po.-sible the f toj avoiding placing all creditors and debtors, both CLEARED.Nov. .

crcxilumn. ] j by the- Mormon Deserters may be txng- wild-cat bilN or other 1 ogin money, as a tensible, m foreign and] domestic on the same footing, and giving 5. Brig E. Remington, Jones, New Ydrk,

sliding down the We ihall however, t jon b-ain the truth- prudent man is in IIH own affair Tlie Courts or our on citrons the same righths and fiieii- : with! 990 square, and 16 round bales cotton, S bale
1 the people of the State ill ties for MEMPHIS, Nov. la _A terible; tornado wool, 9 eases tobacco, 3iX dry hii4 s. 7 bda. skim.
at all the I j !',rmrtl.I wtrto leave C.ir.-on Yalh-y on w hardly hold him bound, collecting debts that are enjoyed here by Brownsville- swept oter 2 tieiVea and box
Unable heretofore I ; li of -tobe-r.. Biighain Yonnir has ordered by any sort of alchyrny, to convert thews funds into the citizens of other States and countries. The instinct much damage., near this place, on Saturday, doing 2 trunks mdze, 10 boxes wax, 1 do.tierce tallow,7 cases and

able change in affair- cavalry Carbon r.-ill company in nr ani/c from I the gold and Hirer. lie can find a precedent for th's juniec will teach thi, it requires no argument f 10. Bark West Wind. Rtiuder. New Orleans, i*
< anned and
y equipped with in the of ballast
hi-tory State
ing any %i ;ws with ]iio\siou: and elolhimr. It is snid to Treasury. reasoning to prove it. Under the present larkefs.
Inmltit'kjithik Geftmiumv Pearce
New York.
planters in the Siit.-i.tTon, should, iiiatters get too serious, dinturbance i in monetary affairs system a merchant or any other man of business NE'iORLEN5, Nov. 5.-t'OO bales of cotton

poraries have all n ivfugij in the JIuMin I> c.v.ioTi-i, w hr, <: ha sprung upon us jui-t at the moment when State if sued by his creditors abroad, though he tikes immediate sold to-day at luj cents ll. were
j I already driven the make for -w Xion taxes were being collected and per Sugar improved I Butter
n into and
paid the
should rush their ( j the following d over steps against his debtors in this State, can J a J cents. There has been ao alteration in Ex Buckwheat.
feb-frranhic < from
] sjiatcli Treasury, and the re h no time to de-lay, without not even obtain a judgment those who chin ASA FISH.
it at any sacrifice. Mate Journal. Jt is Ilanters were not 17. It will be ..en that by it the r-u- einbarra Mnent,, to our Government. To call the hiii for months after his own property has been NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 6.-5000 bales cotton sold 20'Eighth bbls. Beickwbear,
exodus of tin- Mormons Legi-lature together, at an of levied Quarter do' do
from Carson( Yal- expenie 15OoO or upon and fold.
Again, n creditor to-day.
conviilMon., The foreign Middling
ry order ef loj a 10}. Sales cf the week 10 Kegs Goshen Batter.
Brigham Yonng, is confirmed. more, i.s objectionable. Their *
who have LeriilIegt ? in that valley will have a happy rid not be had very nail netion could may obtain judgment and execution against n common 39,000 hales, receipts 22,400 bales ; decrease in the ALSO 60 boxes English Dairy Oucese.

ulating. Should, them. The dn-patch also conveys the- put into operation in much lew debtor, and collect his debt many months before receipts-150,000, and at all the ports 262,000 baks. For sale by K Tf. BERRY.
intelligence that the than rixty day?, end they would act hurriedly, and n donu-fctic creditor Stock November 14, 1857. 47
rifices to cave the iinmigration; of the can obtain the same, and 13200> ) 1-flK's. Exchange on New Yort
l year wilt fully reach 25iX)0, and pr ,bablv perhaps go to tinkering unwisely with a subject of perhaps render it impossible for him to get justice. better.
>een engaged, or -
; t very It is better to deliberate Since then
this Sirpplies.
difference the CiiARLJKTo.f
in Nov.
out for themselves. !* will make a gr.-at udditinii ly pop on changes whic-h should
But, it: is i quite Next year we iiiny epct &nfiCHJ at be made in rules of our Court, State and Federal, is productive prices in favor of sellers.Al"Gl' OUR STOCK is now completajind open for ir .
our latt ?, wlHi nil the
lights which ,.
-. a venrV (It tt fll ffltt 11 n r* inificfioA 4 li AY* s\* f 1.t ****s ftt t rt Ably TA-. Nov ( -Ti,' o.tif/kii mart-tt 7M. and comprises as usual, a good selec
- and think&* S O Mormons are making preparations to leave experience can furnish for their guide. An appeal to be made coincide, so that all parties and active to-day. tion of
ire we ieutalt Lake ; they will leave he-rein, to the Governor, to astumc some not stand may Groceries, Hardware. HolW-w rtTui ware, Sad
ing friends nt to day*, and will have in their train over delegated to him, w still power clearly equally before the law. Now, how is this NEW YORK, Nov. C.-Cotton quiet ; of Flour 10500 ,-- dlery, Crockery, Glass-ware. Cooking awt Par

ket any longer. At nagons. Their farms have been pur would not be more objectionable, and to be done? Shall the State abandon her policy bbls. were sold, prices declined. Sales of lor Stores, Dry Goods, Iron and Steel, FurnitCJe. -

Merchants have immigrant coming over the plains this entertained by him. Let us go thro and her principles, and make her laws to conform Wheat 07,000 bushels; white at $i-.IO a 1.55 reel Hat and.Caps. Beau and Shoes, and
The iminiffsati'm this is the present difficulty in a Ipractical' ; Yankee Notfons of all
immense. the
common to sorts.
sense will and
end year opinions of a single man ? Or is it *1.20 a $1.35. (Of) Corn 25,000
cotton enough to is all alive with men, women, children way, just ns all of us must elo in our own affair4. not more reasonable and at 75c bnshek sold, mixed All which we offer for sale, pd respectfully solicit
have their ) *, who have jutt arrived over the Plain. Our County Commivioners republican that the Judge per bushel. an' inspection of same, bv our friends and the public.
good faith demand and are acting wisely in re"cciving of the U. S.'District Court so modify the Rules of Moimnr., Nov. 6.-Smiles of cotton for the week McNAUOHT ORMOJffir 4 CO.
paying out their County taxes in common his Conrt as to mato them 7000 bales Newport. Nov. 11, W57 45
short and the demand i TREASURY OFFICE, ) current fund, although their conform to the long established at 4a Jc advance ; middling quoted at
known, and will save TALLAIIJWBKE, Nov. II, 1857. f rights and powers policy of our State ? We believe that 10} a lie. Receipts 5000 bales against 7000
are jut-t as sacred those same
as of the State.Sonic Good
-Mr. W. G. Robieon the Tax Collec the plainest dictates of reason and justice, require time last year.- Stoci 32,000 bulcS Something ,

t The Florida County, has thio day made a payment loss or inconvenience' may be incurred bya theJudge to make such change in the Rules of his bales same time last ngarhrt 27,000 O N the way. and daily expected to arrive, a le

on account of the taxes of said few State's creditors Jiving at cuch points ns K ? It will be seen by county Vest, Tampa, I'emadfca, Ac., where the U. S. Government Federal Courts to vitiate the legal and judicial sys- Nov. 9.--The sales of Cotton to day -ALSO
funds of which ---- -
I Brethren a part -ftras immediately tems of the several States and if were 200 bales at
of the disbunes they do so we be ft-eni'lSJ @ ISJc. fc. for -
la to a citizen of Kscambia who held the large sums in spccfc ; but for lief e if to be n dangerous and unwarrantable 'ilo- Middling. Flour h firm per One puncheon pure Scotch Wtsker. Thos 'bo'
epidemic first in order. that very reason Tax Collector, Auctioneers, tc., lation of the spirit of the Federal Constitution and withwiles of 16,500 bbls. oan appreciate, will take due notice;
to propose a different at such places can readily collect in funds current' of the rights of time States, and one that call's for Southern is unchanged, bu* Ohio'lias declined lOe. JIcNAUOHT, ORMOtf A- CO

Conference: Respectfully C. IL, AUSTIN, Treatwer. there, and of course must pay over the funds they prohipf and efficient remedy G. a per blL Wheat is firm, with ales of 55,000 bush Newpor', Nov. 14,1857. 45

TO THE actually collect, and not be permitted to speculate els. Spirits Turpentine e is heavy, at from 39 @

FuOfE OF MlXSESOTA.-TllC on them. In this way much may be done for the Despatches The have Mormon been Be6elIIon. 40e. per gallon.- Rice i* henry.SAVA.vxitt Bagging and Bope.
Dear JBrethren: On received at Washington JTov. 9.-Cotton is UNNY Cloth and Sea Island
that two relief of such payees. If there still be cases beyond in good demand G Baggungv
Yallow Fever in says gentlemen are in confirming the ,
report that the Mormons and the Kentucky Bale "
have de market firm. Rope and Twin
The ,
the reach of this plan of relief, let them sales for the
circumstances citner
of the soliciting subscriptions for the relief of termined were A
to resist the entrance good supply, and for sale
of the by
United $50 bares
brethren there have by the grasshopper plague, which des be provided fur by the Governor"", in his -wise discretion ,troops into Ufah' States at frorr? 12 J a 124e., per fc.CiUKsarbx McNAUGBT. ORJIOND
'of holding our next of the settlements in northern Minne out of the contingent fund, or herenJTcr by Nov. 10. Tfie sales of Coltonto-day Newport. Nov. I4,485''>. 4
"We cordially m tf r reached
the Legislature.It of which
1,400 bales
have time to Bumrae They represent that Arrival sold at i
DO many of the Cart at Albany. The first
train of 12J @ 13 cent Salt Salt.
ject, we take the are in a suffering saffering condition, should never tc lost sight of that the suspension Cars over the Georgia
broad Uiat to ttnnd the winter. of specie payments by the Banks of Charleston ny, arrived this morning. We were gratified to NEW YOBK, Nov. 10.-Cotton firni, with sales cf EY WEST and LiverpooS-on] hand ahd for ul&

jneocef on Wednesday > and Savannah, was purely an act on the defensive. welcome R. R. Cuyler, President of the South 700' bales, at 13} @ 14 for fplanda. Flow and by MoNAUOHT. ORMOND & CO.

all the preachers who to .-Governor Walter hit Issued A second They have been guilty of no undue expansion, their western R. R. Company aneTGeo. W. Adams, Esq, Wheat firm ; Corn buoyant. Newport, NOT. 14,1857. 48
Bev. H. W Sharp, Superintendent, and T. Purse -
star during in relation to the election frauds in customers had committed no acts 9f wild extravagance a considerable number of other; Esq, Savannah, with TIIE ATLAjrnc Orange Hill Land
passengers.- Tn.EGRAPH.--It .
a a ADAMS, lie rejects tttthe hundred more votes, re- or embarked la reckless, ruinous speculations To-day our citizens realize the great object for tive isstated1 that ac ,

G. W. three precincts of McGee county, the and hence no important failures or bankruptcies which our little community has been strngglhipr the preparations being mado with the view of FOR SALE.

IL W. SIUBFE, legal voters in whbh it less than one have either precedent-or followed the past two years, In a connection with the vast Rail laying the Atlantic submarine cable next summer, T rindersinged feels obliged 16*offer one of 1f
\T. W. GRIFFIN, suspension. Road systems of the State and the Union. Their the montn"of June linking Leen finest pi ccs (in rcsnjr respects) in the \Hcountry. bOIO
The Constitutional Convention which After the Bank oft the State selected tithe most
-JL;: GRAHAM.Avguat: of South Caroliaa exertions have been commendable, -and their suc favorabbfl'oi'theyork The best land will yield t bales Cotton to*
-: on the 19th, obtained quorum always expaiuir4.la.ner operations to fostei7 cess equal to the most sanguine expectation/ S tcrs;'.nd there la no better Tobacco land in Florida.

and ehctecTa J. McIlTaine as aert tho intemU "of-fce frioUBUte, it being her lole rejoice with community and with all the peo There are 2500 acres hi the tract acm 000 <>fwLIcb

have received a returns of the election deducting the stockholder, ne 4th. -8. W. Railroad Bank pie of this esction.- Rail Road facihiUer'* re all A dwnrf U a more popular show* than a giant ,-in two parcels-b been lately bargained
: McGee was wonted to make this the roost wealthy 'fop the darfmnakes the spectators giants while aw ay. Tht land, malnlj is broken, adcnlmMabundancd'of
votes from rejected by in tituUd'to. jncremM facilities to her and
Vast railroad attractive the'giant
port of makes the free $0esfromn8LAndrevs
onr goodly State. Albany spectators dwarf. splendid, stod*, spriojr wsttr;
[ fgjve r rrott (free State) a majority enterprisee,* npd awayi Ceady to fulfil the great now the most convenient foe shipping the produce mi Bay, and as BtaJUrsny
Hansom with mission committed of a large and fertile section Mrs.tTerhune, Marion E rlnnd. has given t the plactf Uu Reletrenee to
4,000 over Leaveowortii to her. We fa Florida have not and H will doubtless world another on gloU. partknlar wpt-
: bear from. th. SIa hesitated avail be one of the best interior markets of the State. ; production. We havn't heard Its N. l.and Wm.DayofGasseouaty. Jest corn*
cj S"aaji: cs. to ourselves of the liberal spirit Albany Patriot. -t blue name yet.. It weighs about if rea pounds an 1 Las med see. D. P. A VERBTT.
iyes and. light Uir.
Nor; ii, Ian. 4 -Oir JStnl eopT
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irUTRTT daYI alter Notice.the fir t publication of this : SWAN: &; Cc1! Lotteries I[ NEW' GOODS !FlEW GOOBS I NEW S''OBE-N I' GOODS.. WAKUILA IRON-WORKS: John Bull's Compouni J'., ', ..- _

1 I notice thenndemgned, Executor, of the lust NEW AND BRILLIANT SCHEME! I II I FOR] THE WEBEE & DANHHELHEEMERCHANT ,. Nc-ov por-t F1.a. FLIJID EXTRACT _

Testament of Tbomu Henrv Aventt, de- Rs4IAflzL1A;

\1&ti._and will apply to the Honorable J'. Wayles BatyVre i CapitaI.p7ze 1 FALL AND WINTER I TAILORS This Establishment i is Sow Under Full Blast OFCombining BA. ,
I Bordoclr.YelJoiSDock.DaDdehotl.
Of the Circuit! Court of the Middle Circuit I I _..-- all the medjeal virtue of
% bis ofiice in Tallahassee fur authority pure Honduras Sarsapanlla, and.
i rida. at i $60,000 I REAl) V-MADE CLOTHING the death of Mr.Pond Mr. OKO. S.. nto Blood Purifier
HJ the following real estate ofeald Testator, as ; SINCE Wild Cherry Burkes the most potent
taken communisationa therefore
10perty of John P. Averitt (a minor,) to-wit.: I TRADE I A x D : charg&j all in the known world Fur {the cur of Scrofula. Eh um i A _
addreased him.
relative work & should be to
to .
Sectioo 24,Township 1. N uf Range 2, ti Gout Drwjj,and all Cbionic Diseases it
'HE fcflowjIgSchnjj)0;; All work coming under the !fiead of this
E Section % '
S 24. 1.CI I
: the E I the 1 T"wu'hip 'l drawn by S. Swan | has no cquaL
S t. North and East; the W $ of the N W 4 of 1- tt: C l" ManlScrs-of the Fort Guines I underoicned is now receiving his Stock of | -- be promptly, mpthanically and jieatly executed "

19 i Township 1, Range 3, N rth nnd Ea..t, ;j I L'ti I'I111 each of tl.eir Lotteries for November Academy, -i FALL AXJi WIXTER COriflN. I T"IIE SUBSCRIBERS are now opening at !i i at as moderate a charge ni price of labor, &c, will A Mcdicint to In handed down to potrity! at a Utt- .

"ecJn.rnt,'s20 ncres. more or loss, n1l1 lyinjj and h e- 1S67. at August: ,* Georgia. ta wh.ch city they hare !!' which wants neither in Quantity.: Quality_"r Stylo. Store next to MlI!. n. ". Mecin- | i inU" i i justify. _ting to tht human family. _
** of Ix-on and State ..f Florida. : moved their Pnncipia! Office j Ladies i' a w-ell selected Stuck of 111 and Winter I This Establishment is not kept up for the purpose

login theCtU1It' JESSE AVERITr, Ext'r. I I --- -- ___ I. Embracing for the t Goods, suitable for 1 jl I of making money, (strange to nay) as dear bought Great Internal & External

j,7, 46 : CLss3; I: Silk Rubes a Quille, Side Stripe Ik-lain RII1.es., } WEAR, experience has demonstr.ited to me, it cannot be done IL I'-n Y",. _
J', \. H. :. II 1'Flounced Chullle: ,j UE.Y17IHMEXS : in this region at this branch of business-but for the > dAi'i
- ---- : To be Dawn: in the City Augusta, Ga. in public, I Brocade BayndlereStiipcs.! Plush IlarcgCnuille -- I I sonsisting in part of French and English Cloths, Cas- I benefit of the unfortunate, who happen to have Engines DR. JOHN BULL'S KING of
Your Doors Shut simcres nnd'stin t of the latest t and befit !. I tHe following diseases wIt-;:
Keep On Saturday, ..Voiciibci2lf, 18,";. Robes, j style quality nnd such like, to repair. Ia warranted to cure
China Striped Glace. Printed Merino Kobe I which they) :are prepared to make up to of the) severe colds which cause Fevers, I workmanlike and lite Patter*, Stock, Jfacftiitery, Tool*, Y
/ fashionable manner, and on RFA- Generrl Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia
Satin Plaid Foult Debility,
de Loire, Delain I
and the tbou"ind ills that flesh i i CLASS U Larqin Order, and Good Coltdition-
M ,
I Pneumonia > Tlr. Also form .
\ All Wool Deldins.MANTLES. flO 'BL! "' a good assortment of Chill nnd Fever Rheumatism in its worst severe
.nr<> eaued bv the want of Gray's Detachable I! Tt I be Drawn in the Citj of Jobs ran be Turned Out with Sores Want of
I heir, to.Poor "sale bvlU'TLER I Augusta, Ga., in p-jblie, SEADY.MADE CLOTHING, Xtatntxt and Burns Asthma, Pthuic, Brufow, ,

Springs. Foi A DEXIIAM.ot' i On Saturday, XitrcitilH-r'2SI/I, 1857. consisting of Fine Black and Colored Cloth Frock iJiipatch. Action in the Kidneys Piles, Rm"..orm. Pamter'a
Shafting, Pullie. Plumber Boxes, Hangings for Cold CanCef
-- OF EVERY AND srtLr. Cholic, Head and Toothache, Coughs t
H. H'54__ ) : OX THE E.v OF SIXGUTXUXBERS. Embroideries Colored Coats, Fancy Cassimere, Pusinezs Coats, Black and Shaftings Spur Gearing Water and Smears Pipe, Tumors Swellings Cuts, Scalds Scrofula otiisng's'
and Ovet
----- o I ILujlans Coats, Black and Fancy Stop Cocks, Gauge Cocks, Grate Bars, Plow Castings, Evil, Scarlet Fever, and all Pains arid!Aces,in.
Doeskin and
Health Bitters 5,11)0 PRIZES ; OF KVEKY RIXD.Valruccue and Fancy Silt Cassimere and Cassimere PahtS Vests.Figured Grenadine Sugar Rollers, Circular and Upright Saw Mill and whatever form they maj.appear. This.medicine has

t suffering f i om l>ysj>epsia. Debility. en- :cE.tlLY *C 1T.12C TO rVKUY: SIX}: TICKERTS! Maltese and Honiton Lace3. I Grist Mill Gearing, Circular and Upright Saws, do. been before the public about three years and baa relieved
---ALSO- Ac. Ac., Generally kept on Hand, or got up on. Short in that time than all other similar -
{ TntWe healthr .1/.1 UXJFICEXT KClTJElE Notice. In Fact Here ir the Place for all that Want D JonBt'lL'
combined. For ale at *
t Bittcis ai:e lecommended Ly the A good a-p'ortment of black and silk preparations
these The uuJei fancy cravats
!. signed would also cull the attention of the
: Work in this Line Done and with
fc.iltv., as a ceitaiu cure. For sale by I TO BE PUAWN EACH SATUIIDAY IX NOVEMBEIl! I Public generally, to his large and complete Stock of and, ties, shirts, met ino. silk: _and cutton under shirts, some hall a dozen up Right Engines myself Diipe.tcb.Having constantly Sar aranlla Depot, in Louuville and New

J BUTLER & DENHAM. 1 Priee of. 60,000 } 5 Prizes of. .?900 Gents and touths Full and Winter Clothing, collars, socks, gloves, fec. running, caused the Establishment to be erected York. ____

i O'. 14, 1f5; ----H." 1" 5.000 | 5 . 800 I Gents and Youths Fall and Winter The subscribers are new beginners and not entirely the same cause must keep it up. Therefore, you can Dr. John BnlI'gCompound .. .
I ; 1" . unknown to the and : .T.:
_- 10,000 ) 5" . 700' f. HATS. CAPS. community, they pledge erir'efor
always rely on having work done at the Pectorial Wild Cberivaeertain _
f i.', Portable Forge. I 1" ; 7,000 )j) 5 . f,00 I' K7" BOOTS AND SHOES.PLANTATION themselves to give .tisfaction to all who may favor and alldiseasea of the Throat and
I Colds
WORKS Coughs,
r Machine P.oiiiur Machine, I, 1" ; 5,000( 5 50 500 i: GOODS them with their patronngc. WAKULLA IRON ____
RTICING 1 . J I ." I J. WEBER Lung& -
: c."l'O' 0" . 400 I I Tallahassee'.
a :
Meat Cuttei" I I LIVELY.
l'' Straw Cutters Hiiures: 1" . 1.500 5 100 .. 150 Kerseys of every kind, Bagging and Rope., I L. DANXHEIMER.Sept. But Here Comes the J\'eit Important Thir>g. Sold by Louisville Mod New York. .
wlffhultins LalehAc ; Offices
shellers. : pile: Siluda Principal -
Corn I Ii"' l.OuO j i30 ; 100 : Strip J-3. Blankets.Marlborong I to, 18:;. S9-tf I '
e ic. I I -1pproJ'IIIt1tio.l/;r St.ipes and Russets and black Shoes, I _._ __ PAY PAY PAY June 27, 57. _

ii4.is37.._ _.Il._______ ,! 4 Prizes of*400 ? I Plaid, Linseys snd Ken'v.. Jeans, I Mantillas Cloaks &c I You will send to New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore United
aj'p'-o'g. CO,000 Line
prize arc 1.6001 Heavy Cotton Osnabuighs, Viiginii! all Wool Liu8e\8_ I and have work done, without for a moment States Mail .

r 1l. ". !t I 1.1 .. ;300"1If1"' 25000 I Ofl(0( ( "" 1,200 800 I J I 4-4 cd dl brown tics.and 1 bleach-Steel Wool, Iron Hats and, Sail' I 1\L IAS, lined and unlined, dreaming of credit} but here at home, where there are -VftO, "- it itNEWORLEANSTOKE'Y

I 1 dowith Hoods Banks facilities ,
j 4" 125 7,000") LOll( Brown and bleached Shcc- no or Banking or surplus capital you wtST
-1" HIO" IJOOO" I Complete iortnint of I Printed Plu.ih do want 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 years credit, and then require
,.. l 4" 73 :JI.500 300 tings 1Iarhwire.CARPETING | Pa.:(jtc Cloaks, one to ride from 50 to 500 miles for pay, aid probri- -AoiD- I

4 i il 4 O" 1.500" 20d5,0iO I Zouave Wrappers; by! ultimately f expend from 10 to 25 peroentof INTERMEDIA E FRORWA POR TS;

( prizes of 20 arc. .. . .. .. .100,000 I Pi use-L". Thiee Ply awl Ingiain Carpets, Moire ann. Cloth Cloaks, amount in :olle tin; 19 this rfght? Is this encouraging CONNECTED WITH TOESTE'AJIER '
I J.ieh. Velvet do Home IndustC 1 If be
Pailor Rill's and door Matt-. } so, can you surprisedthat

:,..J'.IO Prizes amounting to. . . .$--I II All of the above mentioned aitiule*, will be sold S.ible mack and Bro\ Sable Fur Setts, it does' not thrive t ISABEL
I IrIlOL upon, as good terms as can be bought {ifan, llou--e Children's Fur 'JippUs and Cloaks. Arrangements inu t ; \ TICKETS ?]0IALTi$5; ; QUARTERS $:j.OK j. I in the! Cit .. ) I BUTLER d t DENHAM. delivery of woik through some House in this place ...4a-

I\f\ -..., ,'.- I Oct.17. ., 18..)_-.. 42 I St. Marks, or Tallahassee-that is far enough from --
D. C. WILSOX.Oet. h
-1 .', I I -- -- --- ---- -- TilE SOUTHERN
t .t : ; home. ,
fji' \ .'r ; .. .;" rI\X. !. Till: LOrTKKV.The : I 17, It:;. 42Havana I To the Ladies of Tallahassee -I You may le good, but we cannot run after our
UI 1 (I: from I to f.OA00( e<>ire.!poniJinjrvilh ; ---- Steamship Company
hard earnings in this Department. Besides, when 0...
: those Ntnnbe the Tickets
\ !s on priut.j on a- ; 7S,000 _
'l'p Segars Labor i is credited out, parties hard ti> make them-
Ames & Lively I r.ite lips of paper, are encircled with small tin tubes j I' j E. DAVIS, through the kindnccs of whole sel/es believe it is not half dope try, because thev owe OF SKW **iK333ai OE1EAN3 f
:1111 1 placed in one wheel. the following favorite brands, now in Store 0 MHS. and hionahle establishments in Charleston tnken the mall contract for above ports, $
,I tI&vEjust, recci\! th. following. Ja-pcand well j llc(. fit 41i(;i2 prize-,_similarly piinted: and 1 encir- | OF and for sale 'by, A.TICS' V LIVELY. : and Mrs. M. A. llowlaud of Macon has been enabled DANIEL LADD. HAVING two first class Sea Steamers regularlytwice

: assortment of Ulir:HES, which sueofftnd I e'.ell, J.re j l.iced: in a..ot! e: \\htel. j jThe 1000 Young America, I to the \ull l selected stock of Bonnets, a month, meeting the Spanish,Hole on the* Ji;
flr sale on a* ri'a""'iinlle! t'-tirs as can )be nf- I New Por July 11, 1857. 28Taylor's
I wheels jn e tllt'lIl'cvo'I'II., and a number! is i r.nOO Ho Na}]>icr, I liibbtins, u.c.; ic., which she lost on board of the I 15th and 29tb, and leaving the same evening.

h:d.d in any S ith r i JTa-k.'% vi?: drawn f i om thc wheel 1 of Numbcts, raid at the same } /fit()tOO El Mund.ie Xi-\a Li-nJief] Steamship| Southimor in the awful! gale encountered i TIlE "STEAXElt SPRA r' I
Taint r.iui-l". gjoin <: ) The upon n recent ;oyr'ge from New York to will leave New Port in the morning, and St. Mark
do! do Coppoilwmd from No. 1 to G,
,!J0 and Prize drawn 5000 La Irk-taa
out are opnu-d and eihib-i S.ivanndi.. Her stock of will be I "
TTaJi Pinches of all grades and size*, I fancy goods {received \ \7 E have ou hand Gins of4O, 45 and 50 Saws terminus on the arrival of the Cars from Tallahassee
TTLite ill'. the auditnee, and I 40.0 Old
to 1the Figaiu,
KgNtd-ed C.JlnmiI| and opened for inspection by FrLlny I next,
d. H.TI-C do T T and can deliver them either here or at Newport taking mail, passengers baggage and freight to and j ,
Window s.oneis: the Prize IH 1113 pLcjd aaillst i the number 2iiOO' : Mori M man, when she will with wait her
; i
do t in panaud with knots, pleasure upon customers. at 2.50 per Saw, payable 1st January next. i iA from the Steamer,and returning in season for the afternoon
gj v top dia"f!. Tl.is cpt-ratiun i is repeated until all lie Pri :; 10UOO() La Favouriti, September 20, 1857. 39 train. .
Sea n\t Biili nru ll('!, drawn out. 5uOO Andesdcs) RIU-IP L a o- I
zes are --- -- -- -- --- ----- ------ j
I The travelling public ena: now re taasnred that Lhii
.1" (1.I, \lcet d.flore j h Afijirorhna.'ifiii iz-ex.-Tin1 t Iwo preceding aud 30000 La Fontica, Brown's Washing} Machines" made. at Columbus,

H. ir Fit..li d> curv.-d) md plain! ; the two ucciediiigUlnbcr" to those dia\IiI; the I! 7t'00(' El l De Orion, Ladies Dress Goods.I Georgia. HOPKINS & MEGINNIS3, Agents long desired aid frequently attempted such communication hands a"
is in
5 T.oOtb.IIair) and Nail] Brushes, in great ariety, i fust: 7 Prizes will l cn'itled to tin2S AppioCima- 12000 Regalia Londrep, TEST Fall and Winter styles of new and beau t August, 1857. 32 [Sent'copy.For to and from the above aud ports

]Infant's do Jo j lion Prizes For example : if Ticket! No. 11250 i II 2
ll.re do Fle-h Gliyvs. draw the 5-00,0(10( ( () Prize, those Tickets iiambcied! ( I Oct. 17, 16o7. 42Southwestern Poplin! and DcLnine; Trimmings, Laces fhnbroide-: I Sale. Passengers having slave! servants see on'to, I
I House before
clearing them at the Custom going
Brushes des tc. received byHODGKISS1
Wire bounJ Ste'icH I 1124 11240, 11251,1122. will each be entitled to I ,just .
da do marking do : ( It Ticket No. 550( draws the : SCOTT i POOLE I.)) A BALES good Northern Hay, per Bark II. L. board. -
--300. 25,000 1 Prize j jthote I
Rail \J look
Road after .
Kutgcrs. tW" your Baggage yoarselH
ddIlaidle 19 1857.
bound !to f Sept. ,
in numbered]
J Tickt-ts 518, 510. 551, 552, will each J
1 ti
ib doPoonnh 20 Dbl!. fresh Irish Potatoss, just received per For further particu1iirs.Appiy > ._
: Scr : 1 1.e entitled to $300: and M> en 'l.rJIg' to tlicaboeFcheme. Ban. "PLANTATION
FOR SALE. Schr. Wild DANIEL LADD "A ent. .
and Laclroring d'iRuilJt'rs ; I Pigeon.McXAUGIIT g
I r flf SUBSCRIBERS continue to lake bills of the ORMOND k Co. New Port FIlL 11 1857. 28
July ,
tip and Giaining Condw
and valuable
The 5,000 Prizes of 20, will be determined the 'rpIIH subscriber ofler! for sale a de-irnble -
JL above BANK in f Goods of Newport Sept, 1:5: 1857. 37
Har nn-1 B Blendei I' povment < JL
? Mouti
sdger from
Camtl's : rr. last tigtre of the Number that dra\\! the 6IjOOO | every Plantation, situated one mile
BUTLER ------ ---
do d<> Peirilr.Shaving Prize. F",r example if the Number, Drawing the kind. & DENHAM. cello, Fla., counting; of 1l.00 acres of l.iwd; 400 of FULTON FOUNDRY, .

nrt'-Les-1!I5.j-l.jcr: nU; al.) and Brittle1, ; fjI'liIll'i( ) ize ends viih; No. 1. tl.cn all the Ticket?, {'. ( ;ct.7 185'1! which arc in cultivation nud under good fence, the Co-Partnership Notice. Ta11ahassec F1a..

Hat do vvhete! the No. d to >:?). If -- --- balance wlill wcodud. and watered by spring branches, rI HIE undereigned have th3? day entered into a co ,

TogelLrr with a l.v 1<.! of Pairfs and Painters Jr.- f I the I'o.ticM with No 2, then all the Tickets wheie At Private Sale. I the imlru\'enCllt.: : good, a good dwelling house, I -1- partnership in the THE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to iotormnthiu

teri.;,ls.Nov.ll. : the Xo. cuds in 2 will be entitled; to >20, and so ont : LIKELY Mules. negro houses, Gin hou.-e, screw, and other out lmildI I WHOLESALE & RETAIL that they have associated themselves To' I
f 1S5T. .'7 ( Young ings and the location is favorably situated fof health I j jAny business,uud6r the name and style 6?
f ___ __ _____ < 0. I ) -_IL.coflue I IDZELTTQZBTJSIUNTEJSS, I
(\-rti fieat: es of Pj.ek.iges$ will be >u1J.t the fvllow- : 4 Mule Wagon with harw< complete. pcr oi.s: Trhliing: to puichasc, will please call i under the name and style of C rdy, Baya & Ci.for ,,
r I: and for themselves. !
I W r. iatwhii.h is the risk : R II. bERRY Auc. ic. I see the of following the trade of Found*rs anI(
eu. rA'i'_. Certificates of Package: of 10 Whole Ticket .fSO 1 j TERMS-One-half cash, the balance in two or i; AMES & LVEL.! Y. purpose
-. :" -- '-"F-r Oct 10 1857. 41Plantation Machinists,and are prepared to execute all kinds of
10( Half 40 I more .years-interest pavable annnallv.! j
work this business.
to Steam Engines
--- -- appertaining
FLORIDA RAIL ROAD. I. 10 Quarter .. 20 I I Goods. EMILY CLARK, Eitr'x. i iMoiiticello THEY 'a-ill be pleased to sea their friends furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction.
i. Sept. 1 19. 1P57. St b ( (
;nCl M 1 and nfu-r tln" date the trains on this ]?'':ad, 10 Eigh'h: ; 10lu __ and patrons the od stand of D.II Ames, Sugar Mills and Castings of all kinds made with
PAIRS l Russett -- --- n -- -
]F ort!:-rirg Ti.k.'ts or ('ertitic.1s.fl&.cZe l the.ir.oncy :800A l : Biogans, I neatness and dispatch. Plans and estimates furnished'
'ill inrejruijily: according to tl.c ik-v\ing \\heretheywill keep a full and general
.cliC.U:" \jLi'av' j- to ov.r ad.lies.fir the TK:!]< t? (oukri-d: on re- :: 2(10"\' hip.... Blankets I Boots & Shoes. nssortmetitofArticlesappertainingto their of all kinds of Machinery and Engineering. Theyare
: TCI.lfl I \nt at D. II. AMES t agents Enginesfor
!"(I" jy; : a'I'Mcl'lte.l Bale from the Gamble a i lie of Business ,
; mile I'.i )ha"tis can have tickets ending in any figure they : Gnnnv Bagging, : Ginning Cotton Grinding and Sawiog, and B.rrison's *
Trnd t'i7.o I M. LIVELY.
12 Merdun.! itnw at Ri.lge ?, i-'hiirate. 20 Coils Ba'e; lU.pcC i f nRECE1\'I\O 1 of BOOTS SHOES ,Ii '

every day, :it :; p. in. flay the Li't of Driwn Numbers and Prizes will be liO( Pounds Haling! Twine, i i and deacription. January 1,1856. 1 Grist Mills fur steam or horse power.
Leave Trail Ri-Jrt1! tv ry day, at 4 a. m, arrive at I 40 Pieces and I HODG KISS, SCOTT POOLE.. ----------- JOSEPH CARDY _
Negro Kerseys Liusevs,
F tnai'ut: :..t8 a. iu.Coiinee : I sent to purehaFers immediately after the chawing.2T" 4 Dozen Wool'llnts t I Sept. 19, 1S.V7. 38 GARDEN SEEDS !* WILLIAM'BAYA;
Purchasers ill write their
please signature JOHN CARDY.
Fcniaudma Char-
Steamer fur
iiiur at
le=ton an-1 Savanriih. nnd. with the Stages at BalJ- I plain* and give 'Jieir )1'obt Ofiiee Coun'y and State. 1 BL1 of Chf-ap Negro Tobacco.For I RUTABAGA, Red Top, and Early Dutch Tur- May 30,'57. 22-ly
sale lowes-t ice Hats I
I *" Remenibtr that Prize drawn and at pi bv : & Caps. with Beet Radish
win and Trail Ridge for Tallahassee and :111.points c 35' etry is ., Cabbage, ,
'able in full without deduction.3T" ) I G. & .1 MEGI XISS.I I, other Seed for
In East HoriJa. (;1-:0 W. CALL, pa\ rnt FIXE:151'\rtm'utofIIATS&CAI'S, nod NEW BOOKS.JUST
Secretary Fl-rida it. 11. Company.Nov. !I \ -AH prizes ('fl I IOlO<|(' and under, paid iinmei i __Oct. H 1S57._ 41-Ct] i iI 11. Fall and Winter St'lC5'IIODG1ISS FAIL PLANTING, .

14, ISO'. 46 i dsately after the tir.iw iug-other prize at the usualj I SCOTT i POOLE.Sept. Just Received nark R. II. Gamble. RECEIVED .

____ u__._ __ _____ __ ___ ___ I j time of thirty d.us. I Fall and Winter Goods.I 19, 1857. S8 per & VFJA
sale AMES
i Fur
All communic.itio'is: strictly confidential.! by NEW BOOKS A:-itof ELS-{ _
-- -- ----
NOTICE.TIlT j Address Orders for Ticketr! or Certificatcb to THE SUBSCRIBERS of are now receiving their II & Gents Sept. 19, 1S57. 38PlantationTGoods DORE-A Stroller in Europe;

Annual It'ctill' of the Su.fkholders of the : .S. :SWAN & CO., Augusta, (;rr. Boys & EL GRINGO-Travels in Mt'xico.

and Ge. Rail lloud : FALL AND WINTER GOODS I DR. KANE'S Arctic Expedition .4
-:{ rgu Company ; 2T PCI sons residing near Montgomery. Ala.. or I FALL & WINTER CLOTHING. ; '
ti'i i":: take J1.1Ccat Atlan'a, Ga, cltIIJfi\'c their >rdei s filled and save from New York, consisting of GROCERIES. MEMOIR of S.S. Preutiss Speeches, ke.; ,

f J/oj tire Ho. on ilI t U",'in(>>tJai,' in Jccc, ilitr, 18>.i7; : time, by addressing t. Swan tt Co., at either of those Dry Goods, Hardware, Crockery, Groceries, I CALL' aud. see HODGKISS our Stock. ,It SCOTT is large t and POOLE..well se- T>LANKETS, Kerseys, Linseys, Flannels, OsnaJD THE DAYS of my life-A novel by th* 1
t' Hats, Boots, Shoes, tc., author Margaret and Zaidee
is pr resolution at tlu-sr last annual meeting. citi('. 1857. 38 bergs Shecthigs, jSb'rtfugs, Itussetts and Plan ; i
!r F. H. FLAGG, Secretary. I 2T" A list' (;f tltf numbers that are drawn from which will lit sold! at moderate prle's. I tation Improvements, also a large Stock of OROCE ISABEL-A novel;
-- -- '
'tI\. U.1R57. 46-jt{ the wheel, with the amount of the Prize that each G.AJ.MEGINNISS. I Fi rfdaReports. R1ES just being received per Gamble and Reming ARTISTS \VIFE- A novel;

-- ----- I occ is entitled to, will be published after every drawing Oct. 10, 185;. 41-St 'I ton. IIODGK1SS, SCOTT & POOLE VASCONSELOS new nova'by

ES'L\TE OF : ii the following papers: Augusta (Geo ) CouI I 1 C odrLETE in 6 volumes. SC'pt.19, ISS?. 38 Simms; &C. &e.McDOUGALL .

I ttitutiunaliist, New Oiltaus Delta, Mobile Register, Lamps Fluid &c. ; I McDOt'GALL i HOBBY. & HOBBY.;

John G. Ghiiin, Dece sed. Chirleston Standard, Naf-hville l Gazette, Atlan'a Intclligcucer. ,of i Sept 5, 1S57. uC QUININE! July 4, '5?. 27

Peisor.4 indebted! to the said E"tate, by :| New York Weekly Day Book, Savannah ANEU'assintnient large fHlal ----- received 800 OuNCES Stllpll Quinine
ALL U1/) LA I /. I 1-------------- I JUST Saw Mill & Mill Site, Near Town
News, Richmond New York Dispatch Coles
ACCOrKT. art required to clofe the Morning DispatcL, Darning Fluid, Lamp: Oil, Brand, together with a great variety

Biine \.\' Nole or jtijirt-nt on or before the first day i ) nod' Pauling (Miss ) Clarion.i ; I Solar and Fluid! re-opened TLT the season th2ir bt-smecs of of pure Chemicals. AMES & LIVELY. For Sale. ..

(January iiert, and thc,:! iiidebte i by .-Vo/, are i Nov. 14, 1857. 4C-ly Just received, :rtl Wil.king.I : bv HAVE IStornge and Selling Cotton and will August, 1857. 32 rrim MILL SITE. togethe- with a new.SAWMILL
expected to jiay or satisQctcrily arrange the semeItJiin --- make libend dvanees on Cotton consigned to their -- -- --- --- -- -- -
G. & J.MEGINNISS. _I_ complete ready for running within,five
,: tLc same i>criod. i "Waiited I' Ort 10. Ifi67. 41-f.t cere. a From New York, $ miles of town known as the Mnnson, and more recently $

All notes and accounts lying over after that day I TIDY WOMAN to attend to the duties of a I September 2G, 1857. r? BRIG the Richard's Mills i is now offered at a bargain
w3::1i! be placed in pioccfea'of cl.IlccHolThe law, I A IJOUEC and cook for small Liberal PER time ,
a family. Notice to Contractors la a wet the water | rivilege is good and by attaching It
gives Ltl the Executors no disr.etiG1t.; and they cannot wages given. A white] woman preferred. i I Notice / 1 RUSHED Sugar, Crnions.J 1 a small engine for a dry lime, affording t avery

t-rtibent to assume any j'ersoiial iejoiibibility by in I Office PEX. L GEO. R. R. CoMPANY !| V / ,Loaf Rio Coffee, best chance about Tallaha'se for economically
A L s oi Months after date, I shall as executrix of the t
dulgence. I Tallahassee, October 3, 1S57. J fI SIX Powdered Java lumber. The and '
.pond being Urge entirely
will attend ;i One hundred tons of old Cabt Ir!>n. Highcttcath Benjamin Johnson, late of JeffersoneoulIl producing ..Ji I
"William! S. Gur.a. one of the Executors, Bee Starcli
Hive Syrup, ,
4 I PROPOSALS will be received at this Florida, deceased render final accounts, surrounded by a very good timber region affords
fit t iLc of the deceased, for the prices git' ll. Apply at the SEALED ( my Dried
cJJuutiig room purpose Applet, ,
for the the clearing Soap economical method of ,
FULTON FOUNDRY. I : Gading-incluiing and apply to the Honorable; Thomas J, Chase Judge a very getting stock next to T
of inalh:* Fcttlcnjcnt i Nov. 7, 1857. 45-tf and grubbing of Sections "os. 1, 2,3,4, 5, (f; 7, and I of Piobate, of the Court of Probate .f said county, :Rice, Pepped, the pond's facilities for providing stock the location" j r

W I.S. GUNtt? xl";rs. I I R, West of Tallahassee, in Leon county, as far asOckiockonnee for n discharge from further administration of tbe said White Beans: Ginger, is nearer town by 2 or 3 miles than any mill eite to
C. U. DcPONT, f I Fulton Market Dee Alspice .. be found. .
Ivtr. estate.
VucyNov.7 I 1857. 45 ---- AMBEOTYPES I Also, for the clearing. Drubbing nnd grading in Madison I Moutieello, Nov. 7, 1857. 45-6m I Suleralis, Sweet Oil, By calliog on Mr. J. Richard's (former owner): on ['

-- -- : AND MELAINOTYPES, i county, of Sections Nos. ((52, 03, 64, C5, CO, 67, -- --- Soda, Sperm Candles the 1 lauk Road, any further information can be had,'

STATE OF FLORIDA I and 70, ns far as Suwanaec liver.i i inChancerYi rot Ash, Adamantino Candles, or of DANIEL LADD, Newport'

I I TAKEN 15Y IJAILEY. i I Also! for the dealing: grubbing and of 35 Maccarout, Green Peas, Sept. 6, 187. 3STallahassee t

Rooms over Jiarrard's Drug Store. miles in Columbia county-Sections grading. No. I Abraham K. Allison, Mace, Asparagus,

;I -- -4.- -- I 105 inclusive-fro'ii Suwannec river to the Town ofAlhigaCir. rs. Pickles assorted, Tomatoes, Sash and Blind n
William II. Guun and John G. Smith, In Ocda- Yeast Powder, Current Jelly,
rodamation for of Thanksgiving, Rooms have been thoroughly refitted and I
a Day 1"ut de boris of the den CircUIt Matches, Lobsters. : It
Administrators non FACTOB..y.
flOW in excellent condition for the purpose : The work is divided fnto SCf'tioOJ of one mill in ,

BY MADISON S. PERRY, designed. The Public are invited to
.GOt'EU'WR or Fiuuiu.i.VUEIE. ; Oct. 31, 187. 4i whole of t the work, Section by and Joseph English,Josiah English, dIe Circuit A general assortment o//Teas: public, that he has'recoIqlJ1 need the rlDing'I'I

for States 1 -- --- ---- I Proposals arc also invited for one Rai Road Bridge I Thomas English, Lacy English, of Fbi Ida. business in the city of Tallahassee, and .
& It is right and as A L8 o-
% proper r
Almighty i Nathaniel Hamlen for a single track, at Suwauuee riv be constructed Joshua English, Elizabeth English, pleased to receive the patronage of bis friends. Shop
T well as fudividc'als, to return thank and mercies to : on Howe's plar. I Nancy EII lisL. Jaue S. Johnson An extensive assortment of nzaoitcd CANDY.For at the Rail Road Depot. I. W. BOWEN: p

God for bU manifold blessings November has, COMMISSION MERCHANT, I Full information in regard to details of the workcan Louisa Lastinger,and her husband, sale by RolL BERRY. March 7, '57. 10 tI
Ami whereas The 4th Thursday in !
I William LnatiDger. Sepf..2G.1857. 39 r
be had on application to this office.L. : I .
b and cuStom. adopted 'Iy most of the No. :t9 St. New Orleans. i
.eu by usage I Poydras W. DU BOIS Chief lot
Engineer.Oct. appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by LARGE just re ,
Slites of this Union, a. a day of Tbarrtsgiviug; and I -_ t I IT TNA C IG.AIPA
1 0, 837. 41-tf affidavit, made and filed in this cause, that Joseph .
. in ordef that said day may berobserved with uniform Refers to GOJames E. Broome, Tallahassee, I __ u ______ and Louisa and her husband Lastinger MoDOUGALL &
English! .
d ity throughout the U uita States; TJiercfore, i George K. Walker, Ei-1 ., Ii INSURANCE CONPANYOF
William Lasthiger defendants in the Bill fil d in the UCorn.
I MADISON S. PEHRY, do by this, my public J WHO
Oen. Wm. Bailey, Jefferson coantv, .
stated reside the of .
proclamation, set aside Thursday Ihe 2Cth day of U WAS mONY' above caus, beyond jurisdiction lIAR TEORD. .
T. J. LinUn
Esq., | this Court, and beyond the limits of the State of 1
November, at a day of Public Thanksgiving, and re- it .
J. G Putnam, Madison
all demonina- Hi: DY KISKINW 10 WOLt.A.KS, : Florida, hut within the United States. It is therefore t
s ectfuUyask the Clergy of religious Daniel Bell, Eq., Hamilton 11.1 onT.EJ ordered, That said defendants, Joseph En!Iish, "lotolfpoTatcd in 181?Charter Perpctnal 1 Hfi A BUSHELS CORN, for sale by ...
lions, to their Houses of Worship, and deliver Steele' Halves nnd Quarter Tickets I 1UUU
open I .Augustus Esq. Levy Loui-it Lastinger and her husband, William Lastin --0- HOPKINS & MEQINNKS' fL
addresses suited to such an occasion,aud request the '
J. J. Snelling, Esq.. Gadsdcn IN PROPORTION. March 21. 5'1. 12Don't
to and answer, plead or demur to said CASH: CAPITAL-1OoOOoo. )
Ole State to aside their usual ger appear ,
I .
g.OJ poopleof E. Remington, Esq.. Thomasville, o eo.Oct. -- ----- Bill before the first Monday iu March next,
on or
avocations and join in.the religious exercises of the 24, 1857. 43 JASPER COUNTY .ACADEMY LOTTERY.BY I ((1858,) otherwise the complainant's Bill shall.be taken I JJSUliE AGADfST LOSS A5TD DAMAGE BY FIRE Read This.! _
day. ALT11OBITY of the STATE OF ( o'N TERMS
confessed against them. Provided, That ADAPTED TO TilE HAZARD -
I as a '
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my Butler & Denham Havana Plan, Single JEOUGI. I copy of this order be published in a Newspaper printed AND: CONSISTENT WITH THE LAWS OH, DON'T 1 11 .
the seal ,
caused be '
hand and to great
i their FALL and WINTER ------- --- in Tullahnshee. Fiends: once a week for four OF COMPENSATION WE havejoat received from New Orlm .Far

[L. b.] of the State. Done at the C pitol ovember in the cityof A. ARE now LES opening wbch comprise a complete and vaf led 30,000 TICKETS-3,280 PRIZES. Months, preceding the said Rule Day in March, A. B. C. LEWIS, Agent, cbr. Wm. R. Pettis, and New Tot Pe# '

Tallahassee this 3rd day of asjoitment in every department In the Silk and Amounting; to $215,200. D., 1858. Ordered at Chambers, this 31st day of October Bark K. H. Gamble,a Urge and well selected

D, 1857. Drets department will be found some of the roost 1857. J. WAYLES BAKER, 1857. For Tallahasae and vicinity. STOCK OFGROCERIhSALSO ; .
Without Deduction.ANDERSO1 Middle Circuit.
Prizes Judge
Payable '
Governor of Florida'' beautiful aud elegant '. _
& SON Nov. '7, 1857. 45-4ra
Silk Managers
By the Governor-Attest: Sidestriped Congress Water. Wines Brandies Byrnps-ciprs te.
Flounced dark ground, Successors J. F. WISTUR, Manager.. -- -- --- .
of State. t The Subscribers '
F. L. VtLLEFicuE, Secretary are determined after this da14.\o'
do bright Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE A FRESH supply,just received and for sale by abandon
7.1 657. 4&-8t the system selling goods on a CREDIT.
in Macon
draw Small
LOtteries Ga. Schemes
._!: Solid Color Moire Antique, Our ( ) OF FLORIDA, )t J\. AMES & LIVELY _ _
Saturday,and in Savannah,Ga.LargeSchcmeg( ) For CiliA or Country Produce
do do every
Black JEFFERSON COUNTY Sept. 19, 1857. 38
Seed Eye and Oats. Flounced Bernges, wine colored, about the 15th of every mouth.CLASS J we will at any.time be happy to serre our eostotnefi' _

THE Subscriber ,ill have at Mr. D. C. WILSON' Delaine Robes a Baize, JOHN D. REICHERT, administrator of the estate with goods of every description at small advance _

this place iu B few dRIs.a lot of SEED Together with a fine assortment of Block Silks, CC, BurgdorfF late of Jefferson county, Shoes Shoes Shoes above New York and New Orleans nees. If,joo- _

iti E,and two kinds of OATS, for sale-the BLACK Black Silk Velvet Basque width Shepards Plaid DKAWS Nov. 15TH, 1857, AT deceased has filed in the Probate office of Jefferson THE SUBSCRIBER residing at Monti cello, Flor- doubt it, come and try; U.at J. Gamble's. Old'

OAT,a fine heavy grain_ cultivated here for a number Figured Merinos, Plain do, Black Bombazine, French county,'a written suggestion that be believes the estate hu on'bane 18rgo and general assortment Stand, Comer Monroe and Jefferson Streets.

of years, and the WHITE WINTER OA1'lAt.ely introduced Embroidered Setta, Brussels point Applique Setts, ARMORY HALL, SAVANNAH, GA. of Charles Burgdorff, to be insolvent. Thereupon of Negro Shoe, say FOOT Thousand Pain; made of BROKAW& RHODES. _

here from the Mountain of Virgina. The Setts Real point Lace, White ifluslion Capes. Ur the Kami Superintendence of notice said is estate hereby to given to all and persons file the haring same claims with excellent material} manufactured at home by White May 23, '57. ( '. _

l<er sowed from the September to the fifteenth Oct. 17, 1757. 42Bomiets W. R. Symbnfc and J. M. Prentisa, againt appear Mechanics which be n selling to Planters and Merchants -
ot Probate of said before I _
the on
Ea. Judge county pr
November I have little doubt would make IU' cri- at the very low" prfce .r$1.30 eta. per pair. FiomNewYorkI
when4here will be
third of next,
the day May a
or winter pasture, to anything I ever saw. It is sowed CAPITA of $60.000, |20,000, $10.000, $8000 ,. rats: distribution of the fnnds belonging said estate pro- .Send your orders as soon as' practicable. A sample :

J In Virginia, afldr tbe 'wheat seeding is through'v"th. $,'000. $2000, S Prices of$1000, 5 of(COO, 100. the creditor thereof at which time the said of the Shoes may be seen at the etofe of James Kirk- PD DIg .' 7trvaTrJroI.t: .. __ _

It appeal'to be Very hardy and produces FRENCH ARTIFICIALS &c of$100, 10 of $50, 8000 of $30 and '6. Approximation : JObD'amongst D.Reichert will apply fot; LIe final discharge say Nephew in Tallahassee.HE. _
Illre Llde than small grain I nm acquainted prizes $360 BLAOKBUJtK. OTARD.Brand1, *merieaD Dtady.
any tiiraraed and plain, amounting *Trbm:the administration of said estate.THOMAS Pe.elr _
Monticello _
'ith.f I am sowing it now for winter grazing instead BONNETS: Feathers assbiUd, Tfftofc Ticiett $10, llale $5, Quarteri 250. J. CHASE Jodg*of Probate. S-ept.l, 1 857.874m Malaga Win; -Old: .',7Ogf Mocoo-'

( Rye and am purstfided it will be much better. Bonnet Ribbon,Tel vet and Silk designs Oct.81,1857. 44-m -_ 'Notice Madeira .* ._1.1. .. _
!. J.W.DABNEY. Dress Trimmings, Shaded Velvet JoI jronr interest and compare this Scheme wRh ; .. Jaoatoa.- Wbiakey,.
_Tallahassee, Kor. 7 J, 1657. 46EieOrigixudExtra Block Velvet, Rtftches all kmdl8JfAD..I t any other. Notice.S THE noderslgned six months after date, -will 'pre- T er1ffe 41. Holland Gla.Bom.., _
to Hon.Judge of Probate of Lean County, '
Bonnets'. Hank Note of jotrad Blanks' taten at pat. .' Mouths after'date, the 'undersigned 'administrator their final accounts of the estate of_Alfred M. Gatlm AmerieaitRidta. America'OID800 -

: Quality Tnscair Donstablc, Bonnets,' Cbk q New York remitted fo price of the Estate"John Ingram..deceased* deceased"'and! aA,for a discharge from, the admini- Alt in Joga. .

CORN STARCH. Slate Spqtted'Bonnefi, Addrt'l ore for tickets o Certificates of Packages late Oadsden county,'will present his final account, .Jratico" of wd''iIIta *. .- --1iIo4.x -

of to the Judge of Frobate of said conptyi and ask tob.diicbarged. SARAH'A.rrO& &ti-'x -tol. b Ctam pil/n jOtt'it- ,

pREPARED expressly,for.Padding*, Ice Cream, White doMi.iadd .t ANDERSON &,SON. Managers. LEWIS JONES, Admt'r.Jn TUBBUTT KBETTON; ExtV. 16II(' e'11t8ft.. '. ,4ir', : .t-, ii iii
'h'A.-. ReeiTeH, Hangp,cstarda. PiN Porriges, BUTLER & DEMHAM.O .' Macon or Bavannab, ai right of hhf Wife.NOT. .' .., in right of his wife.S .- it Yersaleb-- &.Jtajf
fresh & LIVELY. S
Oet 1,1657. byAMES 42 .1'1, 18b'1. 43 .. Oct. 24, 1851 48 I 7,1857: 4'ISI -m : pL:6, ,1657. I Sept.26, 1857, .at' -

d. v'1 .
-f'. ; $
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The Floridian & Journal NEW GOODS. P. Dr BrOKA w's. SHOP.." THOMAS IIITE Dr. McLAITE'S

_ Is pnblishsd every SATURDAY, by LIVERY 1KB SALE STAIRS N CAGE i inform the eiti CELEBRATED

JAMES\ S. JONES, EDITOR PRorRiEroK' ', JOHN PRATO RIO US, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. JL zen of Tallahassee and Tincinity. that be has MANUFACTURER of Copper and Sheet Iron
all kinds .f Plain and Fancy -
i Proprietor would in. opened a carriage shop in this place joining VERlIIFUGE
At '*wx DOLIAKS per annum, in advance. I I, MERCHANT TAILOR, L1i THE bis friends and the Brokaw's Livery Stables, Tin Wares,takes pleaiuro-in informing the,that etiiens: be
and tbo la
,, Dealer In Ready Made Clothing and public, that be has rebuilt his_ ____ J. L. Groner urTat.bas.e surrounding country LIVER
TERMS OF ADVERTISING. large Brick Stables the old in the building formerly occupied by now to wait onall that -B Mi to patronize PILLS.
stn and is no, where he is prepared to do all kinds of work iu his of busioess.TOe ten-fcrs thanks I _.
Oat of 12 lines,or less,first insertion, $1 00 j Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. prepared to accommodate his customers him iu his line Jt. Iil
square .. line, at the shortest notice and on the most his friend and the the Twoof the beat Preparationof .
.. to for very ,
-- He I ti
4' each subsequent 60 ; also has attached to his"SUbles,a good Black 'I public generally .Ag.
Profession and Business Cards inserted at$I o pet I IaDnum. I am note feccTinriiiad; TT7/i/er supply smith Shop where he will have have done all kinds of REASONABLE TERMS, liberal patronage with Jan bftoror been 1 I .

!t of Cloths, Cass murs, slings, 40) Plantation "'orklore shoeing,and Carriagework in such as carriage painting and trimming; making new will favored be ,granted and be hopes him. that J continuation of the same: They are not recommended
Advertisements: not marked with tbe number of the very bst. and with promptness and dis I buggies aud wagons, and all kinds of repirio. Having
Insertions will be continued until forbid, and charged I patch. first rate He will constantly keep on hand a nfl supply orl.
Color and I
Every Style procured as
: ) Quality, November 5, 1853. 44 I sort of Ware usually kept in nn establishment Universal
i Carriage Painter and Trimmer, of business. A full assortment ofSheet Iron

_ _-_ noUoes"tSTCertifieates will not be given of publication until the of advertising Ifgal or estate fee is I: which I am. prepared to make up in the most Carriages, Buggies, and -Harness--, from New York, the undersigned i is prepared t do I Sheet Lead ; Lead Pipes; Sheet Zinc, Cistern Pump. Cure-alls, but simply fo

paid. _ ___ i fashionable style, on short notice For Sal by P. B. Brokaw, I this kiud of work a tfell and in the latest style a i and tion.a great many other articles too numerous to men what their
AND REASONABLE TERMS can be done at the North. nam ..
--- -- Subscriber has pur-
THE just received a I All those who have this kind of work to Jo, and TO BUILDERS.

BLACKSMITHING r! j ALSOI "_ large supply of Carriages, wish it done In a manner that wi not fail to give Tin Roofing,Guttering, Copper aid Tin Conducting

-0- I I L.RGED WELT. SELECTED STOCK OF for sale on tbe-Buggies reasonable, and Harness, which he off rs satisfaction, wcrld do well to cal onWM. Pipes &c.all of promises to do in the mostworkmakiliko ports.The
mol ters. KUIINS. manner and style, and of the best material V
firm of BROKAW '
May 2, 5' IS on shortest notice and! most reasonable terms
;liTHE undersigned having been notifies dissolj his-," i Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear, MILES NASH &CO. --- _ I Having been engaged for the last eight years in expelling Worms from

I such as Cloaks,Talmas, Coats,Ye't..s! Pants, d.c., ta, Piano Fortes. i business at this place he thinks it unnecessary to recommend i
that be has Dealers in
old customers and the public generally Medicines &c.
Drugs, ;
which will ,
be disposed of at low price. hbnselfany further to the regards
with D. C. Wilson, by which betakes : are prepared to furnish Piano publcls has
made arrangements Also, a Large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts Collars, received from New York bark R.U.Gnm- WE : his capabilities as a mechanic but at same time he system,
him, under the : JUST per Fortes, of the best
firm of the shop forowr'.y occupied by Undershirts.Cravats, Stocks, Hobiery, j Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their such Oils of almost I prices.
as every kind, Burning i second to iu
They are none either
H. B. Fitts & Co., ,j own interests by giving me a call, as all the above articles White Lead, Zinc and other paints Window J'luic!' | to quality or price. any country as I Having removed from the ol stand formerly known I the most

and is to execute all work done in have been selected with great care, and with a best qually. Putty, Brushes, Potash, Soda, Sparkling ': Every InitrumeBtwill be warranted. as White Slusser,he will found at his stand corner satisfactory

tbeir line now of}business prepared, viz: special view to their adaptation to this market. Gelatle,Lndon Mustard, French Brandy(very best,) i I MILES NASH CO. I 1 of 200 foot street, where he will be glad to wait results to various
October IS 1856. d animals
ly42THEOUGE purposes, Spices, Pepper Lemon'Syrnp, i on Jlllis fritnds.
Horse Shoeing, Ironing and ReO I ___ _____ _______ Inks,Quinine, Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Bnchu, Februnry23,1856. 3i -18"WILLIAM

pairing Carriages and Bug A I IN 48 HOURS tc., Ac., and a general assortment of Popular Patent i j i India Rubber -. -- .- -- --- I subject to Worms.

gits, Plantation work of \\ jJ Medicines. We keep none but the very best and ; \ P SLUSSER I The
hope to merit your patronage. A.LARGE: SUPPLY of India Rubber Belting,of LIVER PILLS for
crery description, MILES NASH, J CO. I I -i.\ two, three and four ply. warranted fully equal Ta11ahassce, F1a. I, ,
Mill Irons and repairing same, Ironing Wagons f March 29. 1856 18 1 i to Leather, abd 75 per cent cheaper; in fact cob,ill- the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT
and Carts, --u_ _.______ : eted by those who have tried them,superior to Je"tJ' I :MAXUFACTCHKR. or Corl-HR/Hx ,AM SIIEKT -

and iu fact every other description of work made of I A. B. CLARKE ;i er hand All sizes, from 4- to 14 Inches wide, con : !JKOX \VAflESIIOLESAI.E ANt) HET.\I. all BILIOUS DERANGfcMENTS '

Iron and Steel, all of which we WAUKAXT: and pledge : on by LADD. :, DKALER: ix PLAIN. FAXCY AND JAI-AXXKU: .

ourselves to execute at th* shortest notice. Milton and Chattahooch., J Nowpori,_u Oct._ _18_,_1856.____ ___42___._ : WARE* SICK HEAD
S now receiving his Fall and Winter Stock of
H. B. FITTS. U. S. Mail Line i I Town Property for Sale. ; Stove ? I
: F.b. U. 181 7. 7-ly 1 GoB, suitable for I leul.Qnn..trr ACHE, &C.Purchascrswj1l.
T HE undersigned offers at private sale, the follow-', \ SPLENDID assortment Cooking. Parlor
Notice. i Sczn.1.-: vv eek..Jy: Ji M ; :I ing de cribed property, known as the J r.i is:Lots. : .L1 and Wood Stoves, trimmod with neatness

i Leaves Milton Tuesday's and Friday's, at 10 consisting i in part of French and English CloUt!!, Cassi- i viz: Lots Nos. 3, 25, 27, :W), 48, 140. 141, 142. 143, i i l' and durability, at reduced prices. pleasebe

THE Jersigned has made arrangements *ith H o'clock, a., m. meres! and Yestings of all colors, and of the het quality :j 141 t, 22/, 227. 235. 23 ,20,21,242,243,24,2'15, j Out Door Work. f particular to ask
Fitts to take charge of his Blacksmith Shop Leaves Chattahorchte which he is prepared to manufacture to order on 1 218: 216! 250, 252, 253! , al ; front ITpncls. Gutterinsr. Con- for
and bands, aud solicits for the new firm, the patronage TlI'sdmamll'atur- the most reasonable tenus and in the most i! in the original plan ol the city ol Tallahassee. Ronfnl.Oramcnt,1 Conducting Pipes. Sheet Lead. Sheet Dr. C. McLane's

of his old customers. D. C. WILSON. I day's, after the arri-a1 of ill; Steamer from I FASHIONABLE MANNER, (j -ALSO- I Zinc per Lead'i Pipes. Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work 1 Cele-

Feb. 141857._7.-- ly--_ : Apalachicola and th" Szgcfrwiz: 'J'alalias-! Together with a general assortment of !j Lots NOB. 1,2,3,4, f, ft, 7, in S.Counly qr. I of every variety done nt short notice. I brated VERMIFUGE and
see, Fla., and liainbriilge. Ga.
j City

IN GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK! that will compare favorably with any stock of Clothing > Lots. X)5!. 4,12,13,15, 16, 22, 25, S3, 40, 48, 61 Are respectfully invited to give me J call befoie pur I LIVER PILLS, prepared by
T. J. CUR LEE, r ever exhibited for sale this C 2iu the South J County chasing (lscwhEl.
4 I 'II IS Line is DOW in first rate older., The whole in city consisting of quarter. i .
". continue in future, tie practice t-f DEN i 1 Stock lia< been renewed, with new and comfortable i Fine Back and Colored Cloth and Frock Coal, j i The above dCRcnkr property formerly belonged Gg N. U. All articles manufacturd from (the very I Ii U\\' ( v
'TILL I tcommodttin. and Beaver Frock j i to Gov. For further information and t terms, i best material and warranted durable. JfootLerartile ':L 1 .UYIUYICI' ),
f .. in South Georgia, and! Mi J JJle and I ] Ilneks. The Diivcis :are cal t'ful. sober and Fancy and Business i ( < \o .
which will offered for sale. I .
will be
East Florida. He ha!' had scv-ral years practical< experience I i : .!. A liberal allowance of baggage allowed i Coate, ,!i liberal,apply to A.Perry Amaker, Esq., J
in the profes.-ion, the Isst thive uf which has to each passenger I: Black and colored Cloth, Beaver and Pilot Over- ; Attorney y at Law, Tallahassee.CHARLES. i i October ?!O,1S55. 42
Sack Stirtouta P. MANNING.
been in those sections ofeoutrv. His work i is, the \ &:a I : f ,
most beautiful and durable character aud satisfaction Raglan's Black and Fancy Doeskin and Cnssimere I:,:! Until sold, the above property will be for rent. : %VinesSyrupsc.L1) .
AGENTS : I A. PERRY AMAKER. r burgh Pa. and take
is guaranteed iu every instance. I'nnts! ; no
At Milton! JAS. A.Cu.unx Best Grenadine Rirathca I f February IC', 1SL0. -tf O Otard Brandy, Sparkling Cider,
AU comiauuicatiuus: sent to Monticello. Fin., will Satin and Cloth Yests, 1
; Geneva, Ala. : ----- --- Old Port, Old Putt Juice I other there
receive attention as eoon as previous engagement I D. MOXROK, F.inv .1.t, C.issiruc-re, Silk and Cashmere do., --- --- --- as are various
will permit. Campbclton, J. W. S.!lTn, White ': ., j' Notice.QIX : Madeira, Brandy Cherries,

.-- .' .-. Mar:lnl1: W. NICHOLCLattahoochec -,, Gl'nt' 8hawl. Drcsin; RobeFine Shirt, Silk, 1 Sherry Sardines, I I other preparations
t f D. COLSOX.: Cotton and Merino Undershirts : months after date, the undersigned will pre I i Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces, i now
REFERENCES : .i Passengers can be taken through with certainty, Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. I Li sent their accounts and voucheia to the honorable :Flavoring Extracts, ,* Pears, before the
Ito%"''. J. L. SEWAKP, )t ; security! and with comfort. I Judge of Probate for the county of Oadsden nnd Yeast Powders, Tmifnd3, public, purporting .*
Ho,;. P. E. Love, { Tbomasville.Ga.Ho.v. i GEO. D. FISHER. ALSO I I ask for a final settlement and di charge from the ad.ministration j Spanish Olives, Spices, II I be

W. S. DJLWORTU, ) j I Proprietor and Contractor. A general assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and : of the estate of late of I Corn Starch, Pickle*. I to Vermifuge"and
REV. W. E. HASILTO.X f f OU ;Ice 11, FlaHox. May 9, '57. 19-tf Satin Stocks, Ties and Cravat Collars, colored and I said county. deceased according to law. j I Worcestershire, .!auca, Salad Oil, Liver

.' .J. C. McGntE, ) -, white Kid and Silk and Lisle Thread : JOHN G. S ITI |t Adm de bonia :: Fnglil Mustard, Capers, f Pills. All
COL. n. C. POPE, \ Madison I a. To Boarding House and do.. Ladies Gauntlets superior Linen, Cambric and W 1 I. f D0d- ( Cocoa, I others

M. WHIT SMITH, Alligator: Fla. ; Silk Handkerchiefs, Brown nnd Fancy Cotton, Lisle I July 4, 1' 27-6m I AIE d LIVELY. I in comparisonwith
N. B,-Da. Cca LEE will be in QuSncy during tie I HOTEL KEEPERS. Thread nnd Marino 4 HOc, fcc., ic. CALL AND -- -- --- : January 5, 1856. i
I Dr.
latter part of the present week. subscriber offers for sale BUY. i I DrTP: P. LEWIS [ MCLANE'S, are
THE Octoberl8,1856. SPRING
25, 57. 42
April !
1"I I II !!, a commodious Bik-k calM. -- -- .- I I __- '1 YES notice to his friends and 1 worthless.
---- --- pat
-- ,
SINGER'S SEWING I I 1 i I the Village (,Monticello! Fla., ;2 fet-tby I For Sale { ron that he is now in possession of Male & Female Sem j i
If It contains 14 large rooms, besides these iu the attic, i all the latest improvements Dentistry nar. The GENUJNEMCLane'SVermifuge
and ws! built for a Hotel. A VALPAHLE PLANTATION ix LEON CGVSTV, FLA, 1st, The extraction of Teeth without producing : TIE situation of this Institution is at onE ( I .

i f To any '>ue de-iring to keep a Hotel or private TILL be sold at private sale, that fine pain. bv the aid of a local application, which cOhistl 'I t Sulphur Springs in the ounttV'. and is im- t f and
plantation f
; Liver
j Boarding House: this place <.lTtrs for health. is of for !
I peculiar inducements II known as the Harrow formerly in applj ing nn artificial freezing mixture to the parts Imrpser I easy access steam
at tl.is time. The l'cnacla and Georgia owned by Col. David Barrow : until benumbed. 2d, The immediateinsertion! ofa ; a few hours staging. j
and I fully Pills
t Rail Road passes within four miles and ., by Dr)31 Set i The with experience of ,' can now be had at
ns soon as Croom, some ten miles N. E. of Tallahassee. Temporary on Gutta Percha, which can be Princpa tre twenty years.nail
i; completed to this point (probably by March next,) a plalltliol: contains Twenty-five Hundred of worn with comfort, and ease till the Gums are lllrd corps competent nsmtnnts. will devote | all
!,t branch will Connect this place: and the main road, i I Lall, the greater part of which is (. to any Acre land prepared for n permanent Set ; then !! fully on his whole time to the improvement of Lis pupils.! respectable Drug
thus: greatly increasing the prc-frent amount of travel. i! in Floiida. There are about twe've equal or hun that beautiful plan called continuous Gums,which are The third session! will commence Monday, January j .

Ii There is :101 tt this tiin* a pJ( Fill demand fjr a. dred acre of open land, and the remainder foutetl finely tim so much worn admired, for bC3uty,!trcDgtb, and I 12, 1857. For particular*, :llllrrjt Stores.

i good Boarding House, where chi.dren Pent to (the j Lert'), including a large of ) perfec ellanlnf'ss. '1: R. ANDERSON, PiincipaNor. /. :
school from abroad may be accommodated and j jp II quantity very uperiorlarid, .9, 156.:8 FLEMING BRO'S
oue of character and any )et to .Iar The improvement* are very good-a) May31_ 22Notice. -- ,I ,
in -- -- --- -
experience the buMuess could i dwi-lling! house for about -- ---- -- 60 WOOD Sr.
good quarters one hundred PITTSBURGH PA.
:MA.CBINES.: : : ;j! doubtless boarders. obtaiu the first year from 15 to t 20 yeaily J' tui.r"e' ,. ,!, iruod fences, tc. The plantation will be sold! Livervand Sale Stable. t ,Sole Proprietor, '
for (.tllinl cash, the balance i in
been appointeSpee al Agent fur the :i The !subscriber would only add in conclusion, that i i with!intert from date of sale. The one two year. | SIX Montis after date (the undersigned, allm nis. J. "f"H E undersigneul, givcs no snOVL LMF.AD.
j will <
HAVING in of rocial, tuor.il 1 and plantti'H ( of the estate of A. deceased, .JL tice, that lie has ,
the alwve point religions! advantasfs] f Bt1eau. pur
the un-Jersiguc-d! : is now prepared It rhown any one desiring to Mr. Mary J No. 111.Charters St. New Orle nl.
to furnish them to order together with full in- this! place pet haps ie !seeorH! to none (,f the Villages Hyinan, t manager mi t he place.purchase Purchasers by will ,I late of Leon county, will present his final accounts and ; chased! the Livery Stable (,f.! : f General agent for the State, t
William H.
etr-ctions: for their use.! One Machine is cqcal to 8 i of the South. FIT further particulars: nvplf to apply to lie underdigu iu | \ouchCrl to the Honorable Judge of Probate of fid New om. in Tallahassee,together with the whom WJolesalt must be Soutler.
; TalaLn5s( count, and ask! to be good will of I the establishment, and that he is
11 i E.
or lu good SeamtrcEaes, and all kind (.J!Sewing can ULACKBUIIX. Monticello, Fla. W. CALL. : diillrgtJ nowprepared ; Sold by Ames A Livelr. E. Jr.. Mils
be done. One tWII of those Machines) Oc.3, 1857. 40-3m TIOIAS PERKINS, Admfr. I to carry on (the business in all its I tram-be' *, Barar
*>r can seen July 25. 1857. 30-lf I Nash Co., Tallahassee, Fla. J. S. M. Datis<>h
at any time by calling on the undesigned at his residence *** Augusta Constitutionalist will nlen c publishOIKC ,__ ._ j -July- -25,1657._._-- :O-tm iu and his promises line reasonable tJis, public with good Rceommodatiuns Quincy&; Gardner 4 Mill.*, Newport; ; W. T. Carpen

: in Tallaba.ee. Singer's Grzette paper devoted t a week fur three months and send bill to adver Valuable Plantations &c. Jane R. -Wilson; : ou terms. ter& Co.. Waokeenan ; Moely d Pope. M di.4Palmer
tiser I' j Center Haugh- RICHARD SAtNDERS.
U_Sewiug. will 1 be furnished, to any one on ap-- ton and Lucy N. Haughtoo.binwife Sep. C, 1856 36 i t. Pro.. Monticello. 5.:Pursttn. MocticelU
pncaiion gratis!!, "ntre thC rrices 01 me dlff rent biZ -- --- -- I FOR SALE. : i '--- .-- _.. W. Roger <& C"., C1intTaLor'1iee: Biitul Widgi
William Wilson: --- -
W. nnd -
-- t
may be teen. 1' P. LEWIS.Aug"iJst |: Land Sale. I f I MIE undersigned Executors of John Whitehcad, !I Cornelia, M. Wilson by:William I Notice.S on, Mnnanna; Nicholson & Zngler l Bainbridge, Ga
8, 1657, 32 i
J D.
Dickinson! E.SeixasTbomnrrU
I 1. late of Burke deceased), offer I W. Wilson her friend I. Uaiabridge ;
--- - virtue of an order of the Court of Equity for county at privatesale nfxt Ca.
BY the Middle Circuit of Florida! the subscriber! until the first Monday in DECEMBER next, T5. IX Month after date the undersigned) administra !

Sea Island Cotton Gins. i will offer for :sale by auction at New Port, on Tuesday 'I' the following property viI: A J'anltiol) in Burke John McDugall, Executor of William r lu CLanccry-In late trix of the estate of Charles S. Sibley deceased : -}-February- --- ---, 1S57.- ---- -8-ly _
A FEW of 11A LiS IMPRO VED P.A11-\7 1 the 15th day of- December next, the tracts of county, ('1 l ,'ggv Gut cieek, near Fryer's Ponds! adjoining ,, Wilson, deceased William tbe Circuit Court : .of Gadsden county, will present her'finalaccount : Azn.es: cto
SEA JSLAXD C)17'U.OI..VfJ," for sale by 1 Laud described be'ow. lying in Wakulla county, John B. Whitehead, :I P. Green, nnd others, W. Dutton Leander G. Ball aud Middle Circuit of to the Judge .f Probate of said county, nnd ask to be L1.ve1yTALLAHASSEE
the containing 1700 acres, more l less, oak and Julia A. Ban his wife. discharged. MARY D. G. SIBLEY, Admt'x. i: FLORDA,
subhcribera-deliverable at TullaLasee! or :New i South of rallahassce! viz : hickory, I _Ploriila____ T. on PnMungcr _!_. ; '
port. Price *12.1). of which there are SOU acres of fresh cleared Laud, I Iand and Mary D. Monger, n'n' June 20, 57. 25-6m i iI !1 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
These GINS have given great satisfaction to all ; In Township'2, SOIL/h, Range I, East. 700 of well timbered forest Land. The Plantation his wife, Naomi W. Duttn, a i 11 DRUGS AND MEDICINES. .
who have heretofore had them. The N W }, S W }. and S E }
M.NAUGHT AOUMOND.. W .i tIS \4 of Sec 1C ; the S i of S \J. E 4 of large, CmmolrJi and new Dwelling ou it-the win- ter,Ro*eta Elizabeth Me Alisfer, I mouths after date the Perfumery, D'estuf' Surgical Instruments.
Newport, August 8. 1:57.; 32 N L J, W of SEt ai'd, N E 4 of S E } of Sec'17 ; ter reiiK-ncc of deceased. Two and a half miles only Laura McAlieter. a minor, ;i SIX of the estate! of James undersigned W. odmiuistra-'I i Spices. S Windows Glass, Paints .
; the S W i. W i" of SEt. W \ of N E i awl N EofNE4oNecl8theWufNWWlOlSE i from Green's Cut Station, on the Augusta and and Adclia Bertha Wilson. ,: late of Ga Jsden will Strange, deceased. Oils, Vanishes,Putty Manufactured Tobacco,
: Savannah Railroad. to the Court county present his final accounts [I Glass W ure, l'ateutMediciues.
GOLD AND :SILVER: WATCHES to IT appearing by affidavit made nnd to the Judge Probate of said nl
5000 k olJ at whol**ale prices. This is the 4 l, and :E i of S E. of Sec 10; the N W J. W Jof ALSOA filed in this eanse, that all the above named defeuJautg i discharged therefrom. county and ask to b I I f Soap Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brand?**'

cheapest and-bet lot of watches (;v(-r before (ifF.-rf-d N E J the S E ; 4 of S W i .aud N W i of S well improved Plantation o Lake Jackson, inMiddle \ except John McDouga1 reside beyond the : E. S. Brushes, for Medicinalpuposes,
*to the public. A gift in Jewelry worth from $1 tof ; W 4 of Sec 20 ; all of S Sections 23, 2fi' 27 ; theV $ Florida, about four miles from Tallahassee, I jurisdiction of this beyond the limits of July 4, 1857. 27-Cin SHEPARD, Adn I Paint Brushes, Fancy Articles

'12 will be given with every watch! ia proportion toit..s I ofNW4FofSF: +, S WJofSE.nudSEiof containing 1700( ( acres, more or less, hatnmcrk lan j this State, but within the cited States ; It i ordered, i I Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Scgart.
value. Being desirous of iiitrodjcing our goods S W i of Sec 24-, the N E i..NofS: E 4. and -a considerable portion of which is now under good l That said efcndant William W. Dutton, Leander ( India RUbberPackIng.. i; They have recently received a Large and FittA
prominently to the public in order to meet with W j of S W 4 of Sec 25 ; the N E landS E } of cultivation. > G. Ball and Juli A Ball, his wife, Mungerand i supply of every variety of articles usually kept by
quick ready and cash tales we have adopted this ;, sec 29-; the S W J, and the S W 4 of N W 4 of sec -ALSO- Mary Munger, his wife, Naomi W. Dutton a INDIA Rubber Packing of all thicknesses, from S j! druggist3. Planters and Physicians trill always find

method for their disposal. We sellComposition 30; the Si of sec 31 ;theN W J.SWlXEiaudW 250; acres more or less, i>f Pine LanJalj'iuingthc ; minor, William Henry McAlister, Rosetta Elizabeth i! i inch! constantly on hand at D. LADD !!> at this establishment a full supply everything oe.*
j of S E of 32 all of 3 and 35 the N W N \ McAlistcr, Laura E. ilcAlistcr J Newport, Oct 18, 1856. 42 ': ded, and on the most terms
Verge, open face, at |6 00 J t:: ?7 00 J sec ; : ; J. Richmond Bath tiact. in Richmond county, with im- a minor, and Adeliu 1- I libern
Fine :Silver: Lepine, 8 00" 9 00 E i. aud S E } fRee 31 ; the S W J, the E i of S provcraeuts. Bertha Wilson, appear aud answer the Bill filed in I;i,i Orders from the pronipljofilled nd satisfaction
.* *' .. Hunt case, 12 00 | E 4. S W i oi S E J, N E J of N W i aud N W 4i -ALSO- ![ this cause ou or before the first Monday in December j Notic. i| guaranteed, with prices and quaIl
.. Lever: Heavy Hunt, i of NEt of sec 36. next; otherwise, the complainants' bill be taken tiPhysician's prescription" compounded.Also .
sbal I months
A Lot at Richmond Bath, with n comfortable andneat as confessed : Providtd, That this order SIX fTsignE'd, executor ,Epping's compound fluid Extract of Buchu
Case 15 00 18 00 In :3 Smith I Ea8t.AlhbutthieSWiofSW1ofSeCIalIoIsee2. published
| Township Range single story Iwcllingand convenient outhouses, i !| the estate of Thomas deceased, late
mcc ft week fot four mouths > RcvnoIs. .Jan 5gS16si
Fine Siver preceding the said Rule
English Patent Lever :
: I of Leon will ; _
known the ,
Hunt I ; ; as Trowbridge House and) Lot Day in December, in some county present Dri} accounts and ; -- -- ----- -- --
Heavily Gold case.Plated Lever 25 00 30 00 i I (lieN W J.S E 4 and E J of S W out'ec3 ; N W I not previously) disposed of, the Plantation the City of Tallahassee. newspaper published I vouchers to the Hon.Judge Probate of said county i I Insolvent Estate Notice.
24 0') W N E and Wr S E of bt sold at Wayuesboro. and the Florida and ask to be
i l, S i 4, i Sf:(4 ; the Plantation Ordered at CUAMBEED this discharged.
Gold Anchor } seventeenth of t
face ?21 day July
I !
open 00 24 00 28 00 1 JESSE STATE OF FLORIDA. ?t
at Tallahassee
.1 I 4ofNW4EjofSW4.WOfNEi and N J public outcry, on the first i A. D., 1857. J. WAYLES Executor.
Lever, H uut case! 20 00' ex 37 00 BAKER, Judge. JEFFERSON COUNTY1'TM. .
: )
Monday in December next. Terms, 37-Gra
I' U .. .4 j ofSE4ofscc5 ; WofSEandSE4otSE liberal. For July 18, 1857. 29-lm I Set.12IS:7. ;
beautifully I ofsec 8 ; E of sec 10; all ofsec 11, 13. 14nnd 15 ; further information, apply to JOHN R WHITEHEAD I i -.- .----- ---.- -- ... -- -- 'h --- -.- ; IL ANDREWS, sheriff and administratorex
engraved 45 00 al1butW1fNWofsec1thcNEiSE personally, at Balh, or by addressed -- Notice. j t V officio,of the estate of David V:olf late(
Gold English Patent Lever, beautiful }, and W J of N W 4 of sec 16; the N 1 of N E 4 to him at Ber1cia, Columbia county. Corn and Cob Crsher.GRANGER'S 'I' i Jefferson county deceae has filed in the Probate
engraved. 50 00 and N of N W J of sec 21; the-W of N W J, W IAS M. BERRIEX, I LETTERS bsvhig frrfyi granted II i office of Jefferson county, a written suggestion that
Gold English Patent Lever, bean- JofS W }, N EiofN 4E J ofN E J. and N JOHN R. WHITEHEAD, I patent Corn I I the 3d day of Septembr, 1855, by the '[ he believes the estate of David Woolfe to insolvent
tiful engarved, extra, GO 00 70 00 } E x t'rs. the Agency for the sale of these en I Hon.Judge of Probate for county State [ b
E 4ofS 4 of sec 22; all of sec 23 ; the N W t, CHARLES WEST, j I. Lon i Thereupon notice b given to all having:
Gold 1 Cob Crushers of Florida II persons
Patent Lever perior it is ,
estate of
English on
and said Simon
unequaled to in ; the late of I
S W \ of N E J and W J of SEt of sec 24 ; THOMAS W. NEALY, any Patrdge j caims against snid estate to appear and file tbe same
Magic Watches, 80 00 l the Co ntry. A stock of these Crushers, will be on i said county deceased, all debts and of whatsoever !
S 22, 18n. 34-tds i
The S E W 4 of N E i of 27:. the W August Judge of Probate of said ,
Gold English Patent Lever,and nnt hand. .early this coming Fall. Price v>ry low. considering natute against the estate of said Simon Par- county en or bore
i of N E 4, and S J of N W J of sec 28. II { the 12tL day of December when there
Magic WaUbes, 90 00 100 00 I geat saving in fed. f 45 50 $65 each I tridge, deceased, which shall not be exhibited me be distribution next wi
Any of the above watches, Jogether with a gift, In Township 2, South, Range 1, West. I' Plantation, Negroes, &c., I for these Prices uniforn throughout the county. 1 as administrator aforesaid, within two years as t pre- I II eiiid a p-o-rata the of the belonging

xi ill be sent by mail, free of postage. A catalogue All of gees 7, 8, 9, 10 1; S 1 of sec 12 ; all of FOR SALE IN FLORIDA. For further particulars call and examine for yourselvesso _I scribed by tbe statute of the State of Florida,in such j I II time etle.said amongst William! creditors Andrews thereof: at which
giving full particulars, will] be I soon as a stock for arrives. case made and I. will apply fvr his
sent. on application to gees 13 and 14; the N i. S W 4 and Wi ofS E a sample I provided shl forever'afterwords be I final discharge from
O.DOWNtt.TG' tCO, 4 of eec 15; all of sec 16 ; SE1NEanJN W 4 rrJiE SUBSCRIBER oer for sale his known D. LADD. barred ; and notice i is given to all 1 creditors, administration of sid ftatc.
No. 33 South Third Street, PbilaJetpbia. of sec 17; all of sec 18 and 19 ; the W 4 of S W 4 _I_ Plantation, .Casa de Lao," lying south Newport July 5, 1856. 27 legates and persons entitled to distribution that their I THOMAS J. CHACE
N. Newspapers throughout the country, by j and E ofS E J of see 2p; tbe W i of S W i of Bee side of Lake Jackson, six miles {rol Tallahxssee, claims and demands will be barred at the expiration March Judge Prbfa.

giving this advertisement six insertions, will receive i 21 ; the S W J, SE4andNE i of sec 22; the N containing 1200 acres, more or less, 750 of which are PLANTATION FOR SALE. of the period aforesaid, unless exhibited within the ', 5.AG9m! __
in payment a superior double pointed gold Pen and W 4 and N E i ofsec 23; the N W 4, aud N i of S in a fine state cultivation, ((400 recently cleared)- WILL sell the I same and this notice will be plead in i bar thereof.
ease, worth ?5, or any other Jewelry of the same W 4ofsec24 ; WiofS W Jand W i OfNWiOtsec25theNWjNEIafldSE40fSeC2G the balance excellent wood land, well timbered and I I before the Court-house on first Monday in December next, JOHN G. POWELL, Admt'r. Circular Saws.

Talue, payable on the receipt of the first copy containing ; the well watered. hassee the Plantation door, in tbe city of Talla Sept., 1857. TTfELCH A GRIFFITH'S and HOE 4 GO'S
the advertisement. G. D. t Co SEandSW i ofsec28tbeNWLSW1.nndElofNE4ofeec29thoNWSSV48ndNE; The improvements are a comfortable and well built James,Whitehcad. This belonging to the estate of Dr.. 36-3m. I T T Ciicular Saws, from 42 to 54 inches size constantly -

Sept 19, 1857. 38For dwelling, with verandahs in the front and rear, and Tallahassee, on Lake Jackson place it is four miles North of I Medical College of Georgia i for sale at a cojomissioo. o Danna tnrt...
4 of sec 30; all of sec 31 ; the S fc i, and W $ of N contains ten large upright rooms, well finished, and a two ((22,00) hundred of, containing twenty- I prices, by D. LADD.
Sale Ejofsec33theSWNofSE; J, E i ofN hall twelve feet wide, bcsidesj pantries, closets, dressingrooms Hickory land, about one-half acres cleared quality Oak and AT AUGUSTA. I Newport, Decembr 20, J85. 61
W i, W'J 6 of N E } and S E } of N E 4 of sec 34 ; !, &.c.; the kitchen and }laundry are attached the balance in and under cultivation Twenty-Sixth Course of Lectures in this -, ._ -
GOO Barrels of Fresh Burnt Lime. theE4ofNE4theEofSEiaudtheN W J to the dwelling by a covered way ; I large and sub woos. The impr\'ement rpHE will commence on MONDAY,the 10-1 Burning Fluid
THIS LIME is of superior quality, and will com of N E i of sec 35. stantial gin house, a grist mill and cotton good.Comfortable NOVEMBER next. '
favorably with Thomaston Lime, or with i(:new) nre under one cover; a ten horse engine&rew( Dwelling and all necessary out Louses, Emeritus OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY,just received and
In 3 South West. portable Gin '
any other for plastering or foTany other purpose for Township Range Ii ) drives the giii and grist mi; I sugar mill, house House and Cabins, Screw, Barns, Corn Houses Overseer's M.D. Auatomy, G.M.NEWTON, I sale by AMES 4 LIVELY.

which Lime is UMd. We challenge comparison. Ap TheNWSWisnlW J ofNB4of sec 3 ; overseer's house,negro cabins,. ) .tablescarriage- ,all t one hundred negroes Auatomy H. F. CAMPBELL M. January 31; 1857.. I
framed in D.
ply to JOEl M. RAYSOR, Jefferson co.. the E i of N EiEofSE1.WotN W J andWofSW1ofeec4theNWiflfldNE4of house, smithy and workshop, all of the_best structure to examine tho will good repair. Persons wishing Surgery, L. A. DUCAS, M. D.
place to
12 miles and in excellent condition Mr. G. M. Greenon Insolvent Estate
S. E. of Monticello. ; -the whole Notice.State
one Institutes
Oct. S I. 1857.:) 40-tf ,; ec 6; all ofsec 9 ; tbe N B 4 and tbe W | of N W of the most desirable and best improved places in sale.the premises. Terms made known on the day 01 M.D. and Practice of MedPcine? L. D. FORD, of Florida} ) .

i of see 10; the N W i and N E i, and the N J of this eectiou. place is supplied with well
Marietta C
Cod Liver Oil. S W J and N i of SEt of sec 11 ; Fraction section and spring Te of wel besides a large JOHN B. WHITEHEAD, Ext'r. Medica, Terapeutic and Medical Jurisprudence JefenoD county.
quality 1. P. J. CLAYTON administrator estate
ept. 19 ,
1857. ,
Fractional sections IS and 16. cistern tho [Sent WM. ofUe
; near engine. The {which beautiful __ 8d copy
: 1 a
&. PUREofthecelebrated"Brandi" He Obstetrics and Diseases Women and Infants, J. I W.Clay ton, late of eoonty,
FRESH Clark& Co..
For sale by AMES LIVELY i of sec 15; all of 26, 29, 43, 45, ter months-besides of fish at all times,excellent and wild fowls in the win- Join A. Grant Physiology and Pathological Anatomy, I V. I county, written suggestion that he believes, lh. estate

April, J 868. 14 60. 68, '0. '9, 83 84, 92, 98.TERMSOetbird .stock: for the an of which this pasture place is for a large 1 Leon In Justices Court. Court, 2nd District MILLER M M.I Joseph W. ClYt to be insolvent.

of the purchase money to be rai.in. .peculiarly Nathaniel tl. White.) ChemltrYAd Pharmacy, ALEX. MEANS. M. Terfup given to all person brng;
adapted. Debt
Notice.ALL paid at the time of sale,the remainder in equal instlment The above from its $'' OO1.rpHE Demotrator Anatomy, ROBT. CAMPBELL, I : said estate to appear and file '
# in one and two with interest from to tw railroad, defendant and all others interestad, are here M. 17. I with the Judge of Probate of said county, o or before -'
years schools
persons having claims against tbe estate of purchase. dat the lands, good and society, &; and from of X by.notified of the commencement of this suit, I Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy, S. B. SIMMONS the mb day of March net when ih ee .i! be .'
locality valuable
A.Sboler deceased, late of Leon county,are JOHN BEARD, Kecetver: Ac. a investment. returnable to a Jutice' Court to be held K D. pro rat distribution? of the belonging .to .aid.
Persons Talaba-
notified'to present them to the administrator, properly of the Apalachicola Land Company. the wishing to purchase would do well to lookat see, on the 9th day of November, A. D. 15'a Clinical Lectures will be delivered ih the City Hos c tte amongst the creditors thereof; at which twi*

authenticated, within the time, prescribed by Tallahassee, Oct. 3, 1857. 40 Mason premises in absence., which will be shown by Mr. D. E. appear and plead to the same. pital an at the Jackson street hospitaL said Wet J.Clayton, will apply fo his final to

Jaw, or they will be barred; and those indebted are The Florida Sentinel and Wakulla Times will my Given under my band and seal this 25th day of whole Course, $105. charge from the ndminiltrati ot said eltts
requested to make payment immediately. -ALSO- August, A. D. 18B7. Matriculation Ticket ( bo taken -
the above. t once,) $5. 'r1OMAs CHACE Jug .
J. B.JEFPCOAT!; Admt'r. please copy For sale, abut 60 and'"acclimated -" EDWARD M. WEST, [t. s.] For further plrtculA apply to any Member of Sept 5, :lm_ _
Oct. U 1857. 48-8w NEGROEprine Justice the -
4 also, the of the Peace. Faculty J. p. GARVIN, Dean. :
Notic ; '
th. cm growing August 29, 1857.. 3J-8m Oct. 8, 1857. 40Notices Notice.I
crop, mule cattle, bogs;.tbo .
; &ep a
NoticeQIX ALL pr8S having demands against the estate leasehold and and persons indebted to the et.te oJfeiah

Month after date, shall present my final acO -' Ligbue1lt Jefferson county, carts, blacksmith and carpenter tool, 'WaODI ADdal the Notice ALL & late of Jefferson Coonty. decouwd..
deceased, will they,most present the implement husbandry,belonging to & notified make immediate *** to
count sod vouchers hereby the are hereby to p in
to the Hon. Judce of Pro- IS giou tat subscriber, Widow of
b*t of Jf fferson county, M administrator with tie same to the undersigned duly authenticated within' A gtU b given t an approved pur Francis late ofj.-ffergoaepiraty.de- ALL persn8 having demands against the estate 01 the undersigned executrix of said estate; (all ir' .'

will aon&eclef the *tAte'Of.1l&l'1 Salto ttall. late the time prescribed by law; or ti. DOt, ,, will be' te ppry, any of which may b ceased, will, 8tewart afer date ,apply to the Paick H Hogn deceased, late of Jefferson' sons, letees distributee, wbom.*B er, Mspog
cf said county deceased, and a&kior m.eh&rgeCrom plead to bar orter recovery; p Indebted treated lo private tbe first Monday Hon.Judge of Probate, berer are tberntu the undersigned claims demnds against said estate,a l **7 a'*
aid idmioistratioo.JOSHUA. to ad ete. are bereby m, Jaatmry next when, if not sold, all except the land, don, for dower in the estate.of her deceased husband administratornthla the time prescribed by law, or quire t piesent them duly autbenbested vitwnW"
TAYLOR dmt'r. &c. immediate pajmeot to tee undersigneds will b oo the premises at'public outcry. according t law. ELSIE ",- they will be barred; and all f indebted,are requested. this,notice;will be,plead Jo UE& te *-
'J AlE LJOHTSKY, GEO. A. CROOM. Widow SWART "to make payment immediately-.' of lh.- .
Amt' of Francis covery MB & .
No 7 B.
1867. "
-g ,f *-im Monticello, Oct. 10, 41-8w Sept. 20, 16. 30-Ids 'I Oct. 24,187.Admt'x c JAMES P. GRANTAM.AdnifrvTaokeenali 'SARAH KNIOlro' r

.;'!', 4" Oo* 10, 16. .(1- 1 I Sept 10, 1867. Sw

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