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 21, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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profrssionfll: (Carte.HffNAsfnr. i The Emperor of the French. I my rccoll'ctiunIId the intonations of his: .4 iafldlord Ootwltf d. : from the Washington Union I Daguerreotypes LI Jn"..

. ----=:: ........-- Extract from a Prhatc Lf-ller of the Rer. c. voice, so gentlo and so winning to his fiends, : i A correspondent of the Philadelphia Press ::\ Posting the Bock*-The !Next house of ;; A c untrj"woman has recently arrived in

J. Stewart, of the United :'Stales Aon/j would not have: failed! to Identify him. I relates the following amusing anecdote of i Representatives. Paris from the department of Scine-et-.Marnw. ,
dated Seating me beside hime, \ at once recurred : Elections for membrrs of the House of who should be presented to the Academy of
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I to the chief incidents of our personal associations one of the citizens cf Lock Haven, Pennsvlvaiii.i. Shc'rf tm'.
PARIS 2Sd This
I DELER IN: SeptembEr 1857.-Uninternipted of the Sejt"UCES. woman \V.n a
travel for SIX weeks in Sx\itzerland with a minuteness of recollection that ; Bin. W: Morrison i is! th- person Representatives next Cllngrt'uluu"eIIOW ; shire watching: cow in an open fIeI'IIJ'Ei

MUGS, SBp PALMS, i and Germany, has prevented me giving 300 surprised me, referring to and bringing to my spoken of, and is said to be one of those free been held in all the States of the Union a violent storm arose. She took refuge'undrr .

till l now the particulars! of first mind some which had entirely escaped my : with fhe f&flrig I r Vult : tree which, at the instant was struck
J3 OILS I my interview! and easy, good-hearted, humorous fellow!?, : a ,
MEDICINES, with the Emperor, in which I know vou will own nienorv. He was particular in his inquiries : Dl m. Blk. Rep. K. N. I by lightning ; the cow was killed and she was
tLeir friends and tie be interested. in regard to those in America whom ; that arc always ready to crack a joke r.r J perpetrate Maine -itrth sensrlrss where she
OULD inform pnl.lio.th I While still in England two 0 felled to<< tit!' was
\'y they Lave: on band a good assortment oft nc months ago,. I was aware that he:: had left we had: mutually known : especiallyYash.. a '' shI"Suine : New liumpshirc, 3 : soon aftet found, ihe trm having erased

article! ni are generally kept in their line of business I I Paris for the season, and would be at the ington In.illg-hi state of heaWi' and the I fifteen years ago Ben was travelingin Vermont, S with the flash which felled1 For.,. Upon removing -
and will be receiving be rcasouabe.Ta11aba5efs regularly. fresh supplies. TLeii Ilaths of Plombierts till ho should! make a work on which he is at present f'fJgugedlsan Butler COll'I)' on: professional bu in..ss.- f Massachusetts 11 her clothnjr! the exact (Hriape _of the '

terms shall .April9thlS5S' 14. I visit that had been announced, with the Em- I author. On the announcem-nt! of dinner, The roads were i.(tolerably bad, uhf!, worst Rhode Island 5 I cow killed by her sfcc' tftfs fr/inuf ifistfnotlj
-- ---- i plai-ing inc on his right, he pleasantly said, of all! th> stai'e drivers and the landlord at 1
-- I Iernu prrBg, to Queen Victoria at O.-borne. It was Connecticut, 2 2 impressed upon her bosom ,
Dr. Miles H. Nash, stated by the press that this would lake] place Tnia is just as it used; to be.: \vhen we dined a certain hotel where they stopped for dinner, Ni-wYork:, li 21New I This curious phenomenon is not wltnou; '

R ? o&8OALSERVICtS ro THCIIZIi OFTALLAIIA5tZ I, on the 25th of July ; but on reaching Park, i so often together i i.i, i'eY 01 k.'* I had an undeistanding with each o'her: something I : Jersfy, :3 2Pmiisvlvariht precedent. Dr. Franklin mentions the! case
AND 8CB.B."NIH"GC'lC on the 22d, I l learned on good authority that The conversation r.t table wa! general, like this : the (passengers; vvoie taken in 13 117 f I of a man wiio was standing in the door of a
OFFICE with Ir. M. Nash.iiatuediatelj 'utor the i he would certainly continue at least three but was M by th Emperor on topics introduced to dine, aii-1! when cleverly seated, the conch \ Delaware, 1 house in a thunder storm, and who was looking .

1 I days longer at the Baths, and determined to : l It\' hi01 t'lf. These embraced: new i would furiously dash: up to the doo% and the Virginia, 1:$ I at H '( / *' dirretly before him ; when It
gftylflS55.- 20MEDICAL I::1 avail myself of the opportunity of an interview : President( of the United', State?. :Mr. Buchanan driver would call I for his paasenguts slating? South CaroHnn? :'!; (tf was struck by( lighting. On the man's breast (I

NOTICE.Drs I there. I set off the tame evening for : and tho promise of his administration in i that he could not delay a minute, 0:1 account (: Florida, l, .::: was left a perfect daguerreotype of ,tfie( tre(). III
0- : them. The journey i is one of sixteen hours : regard to our foreign rein lions! ; the American r ol 1 making hs! time. They would rush i>at t, Arrnsie'! In 1811 a magistrate and a miller boywere

Robertson & Bond twelve<<: by railroad and four by diligence, andit : press, its influence and refponsiLilitics, ; I leaving ther? meals half finished, for ftar of :Missouri, 4 1 a struck by lightning near a poplar ..tree;
of the 2d : the difficulties! and necessities of Europeanrule being left. For the half finibhtd meal! they Illinois 6 a'fuf: tfrwi/i*
in tbe :i was mid-day before I reachedmy I : 4 in otf6! eaf the provinces of France 7 /
HAVINU furmed profession a co offer!partnership their services to prnclio lie cit I dofctinaticn. :, ; the embarrassments in our own political I were charged halt a dollai. The duals I I Iowa, 3 I the bieast of each were found spots exactly

i iseD5 of Tallahassee and surrounding country. I ItT I -'I'lu.' only difficulty L/oresav in gainrg: condition, arising from the existence IIf I were kept for the next load of passengers, I Wisconsin/: ai resembling! the leaves of the poplar. .. ....
Office over the Store lately l octupied IT Bet I i access to his :Majesty:\ was that of communicating I slavery and the unavoidably! antagonism in I whfii} the spinning i process was repeated.Ben i Indiana, 5 5; At a nn-eting of the French Academy of

ten t 11igg. I i to I'im, in the absence of all diplomat. ; sentiment }between the free and the slaveholding I. had h'tardof: this place arid when they Ohio 8 13Mlchgan I I Sciences, January 25, 1847, i't was. stated
Feb.2S, '57 clti1T1AR i ic agency, the fact of my being in J>Jombieres. I States ; the spirit of fillibu>terisrn arrived at tha hotel% he set his wis: fo work I 4 that woman of Lnguno, scA'ted ,at'. w1'/ '

icXI I) f r In Paris the etiquette of the Court in among! certain classes of our people ; and r to see if he could not get the full value of 1ismoney. California, 8 dow during a storm, was ddde'iTfiiien'
regard to an audience is necessarily rigid ; i :Mormcnism, with its abominations, spreading Tile [bell! rang for dinner, and the I Texas 2 by some invisible I power. She experienced

WILL CONTlJCfB THE I and the then very recently detected conspirary I in our bosom and defying governmental : crowd rflVued in. They had scarcely got Kentucky, t 8 % : no inconvenience from this, but afterwards

DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS 1! against! his life by Italian exiles! through! !r authority. I comfortably seated when the coach reinedup Tennessee, 7 3 ; discovered that a blossom, apparently torn
; the of hired ruffians In connexion with the now Administra- I at the diror, and the driver vociferously North Carolina: 7 1 from
from tree
AT THE CLI5 STAM', MKX ..tt:: instrumentality I I' a by a lightning stroke was completely -
: abroad, had led approach to him, by persons : ti'in, he took occasion to express the earnest : shouted: i Alabama, 7 imaged trpon one of her limSs' akd' i't
; unknown, to be watchfully I guarded by his wish! that its inaugural ion would not lead to i Passed ers ,all aboard-can't wait but I Georgia, tJ !2 ; remained there till her death.

OF THE MOBTAK, : [friends. Aware of this, Mr.J Mason, tho ; any change in the diplomatic representativefrom ,, .fire minutes." I Mississippi, 5 I In September, 1625, the bri int1n'" //
j American Ambassador; in whom I have an I the United: States at the French Court, A general ru hV .!J made, but Ben sat I Maryland, 3-3 I Buor.-Servo anchored in the Armiro Ba"y.

Corn:' of Clinton and Monroe fctie January 19, 1S56. 8 kindly furnished me with a letter of i identification I honor to !Mr. Mason, both as an able and Ftage drove off nnd left him, but he seemed -- r she was struck by lightnr/g.? In oo'edWco
-- -IflCDICAL- --- >OTICC.G2 -- i rather than of introduction, to M. I accomplished Minister and as a gentleman I to care very little about it. I 128 92 14 : to a superstition, the lonfari sailors had attached

*? DR. Mocquard, Chief Secretary of the Imperial whose gennl spirt! great amiability and co'. Having disposed; of his dinner, ho was enjoying j The Motive of Representatives consists of I a horde shoe to the mizzenmast, as a
GORMAN. J. L. r.Lnn.DrS.GORTAN i Cabinet. It contained no allusion to mv acquaintance : teoasnes had made him most popular and r the luxury of a long nine !In the side 231 members-118 members constituting a charm against evil. When the vessel! was
i with the Emperor, or to the object acceptable here. On this subject he expressed i room, when the landlord approached him, I i majol ity. It will be seen from the above ta. i struck, a sailor who was seated by'tnia mast

& PALMER, I of my visit to Plombieres, but led to avail I deep personal interest.. saying : I ble] that the democrats have R clear majority I was instantly killed. There vvpre no marks
aesnciatet': tLcmevB ttgetbef in UK I. open rue by that gentleman no prompt I On returning to the drawing-room, at tho ;I 1-I }bog your pardon, sir ; but did you i of twenty-two ever the combined vote of the ; or bruises upon his person ; but the horso
HAVING of Mt-dieir.e Mid SU"bft.ff r their : that I had not had time to change my dress ; end of an hour I was about to take leave, : see a set cf I silver] tea-spoons on the tablo vrhen : black-republicans and know.n things. This shoe was perfectly pictured upon his back.A .

proft"bial tervice to the Citizens of Wa'Aocnuhtad before his name was \uncuncl.'d.I when his :Majesty kindly interposed by saying ; you went in to dinner I majority will be increased to 25 at an early i Spanish brigantine? was once struck *hl .
'UTOUT1Z cjuntrv.August I He recognised who had he wished me to take a walk with him. : 1 did, sir." : period of the session by the admission of the I the Rade de ZaKte F ?e sailors were a'i the
15 1857.; S3 Mon me ss one 't tb'e found."
---------- ---- ---.-- been in communication America::: with His I I was very ready, as you; may imagine, to I Well, they are missingc'n ; three democratic members from the nevi provv-three of tfeerrf awake and two of them'
JOHN R. LLOYD Majesty, and immediately said that he would I interpret the wish, according to imperial etiquette : Ah', yes" replied Ben, one of the him} passengers do- i State Minnesota.! It may be added as a I sleeping. One of the latter was killed, and

lobe uo time, on being again summoned to I into a command, and {thankfully availed gathered them up-I saw : most significant fact that six of the seven I upon undressing him, the figures 44, plain! and
A. ioticxzaeerCOMMISSION: : : the Cabinet! in him of visit and I myself of the privilege.] : We left the pal-! it." Territories of the United States will be represented I well formed, were found under his left'breast.
informing "
my the
; A that I would! docbiless hear fron,.him. ThisI I ace by the garden entrance, upon a road !I Would! yoi ki/ov him again, gasped : in the next Congress by democratic i His comrades declared that they were no't
MERCHANT hill side which overlooks the town I landlord. there before his death but their
the !
{ along delegates. original was
did after rds in official invitation
shortly ? an t Berr with ..... I
; lliia: ; for distance I Certainly I wculd, repiieC ; I ""'' -- .
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.Jul for dinner the same evening at the pnl- and little valley. Pursuing: some I found in the: rigging of the Vessel. 3V. Y.Evening
descended the hill and coolness. HIGH PRICES AMONG ANCIEXT MARINERS Post.
I we crossing great i TIlE -
rnll from ::
followed in General ,
by a
19. 1S51. 5-ly ace person to if I hitch I
him out me,
Will point
I the enleic-d! a beautiful new gravelled you : -The : which
upon following
--- -'- ----------- : Fieury, Chi f Equerry Aid-de-Camp! and overtake thestage yarn, was related
R, TT "DT'RR": V I < in Attendance.Plotr.bler&5 I road on the opposite side, constructedby !, up my horse and buggy by an old friend about the proclivities (j- The folhjwm'g spicy correspondence

j lies nostled little : the Emperor during the past year as a I ?I"I' of ancient mariners in the of ; is from a Georgia paper:
Auctioneer and Commission : in a valley, I walk for the benefit and pleasure of the visitors : Certainly I \\''il. city Bedford
MERCHANT. amid the heights of the mountains of the Vos- i to the Baths and the public in general. Boniface was ready in a few minutes, and to draw on their imaginations, is good : I Covington, March 24tb.

<> 165C. 89 i ges, in the easteren section"of 1'rcnce.. Tfie It extends!! a coupl of mie!! perhaps, from ; gplJinfj Ben in with him. drove like Jrhu for A nmaa *AA %apt_.:-- -.----_-r, i_-i_-_-i .t't CathifT' of f'nk rftfst TPLSirEnctdaedyouhvoabi1l _........ ._
Tiu. niST.E, I'la.-Sept- -2-, glen in which It is situated is so narrow as to : the town to the woods, with which! the h hills seven miles, till he overtook the coach. Ho ; old Uncle Johnny Coggshall's! grocery store : : on lear
allow loom for a single street only, along the distance coveted.It I drove up alongside and hailed the driver. i one winter day. Says old Captain Bn Nash, : bank, which is rejected by m$ exchange
that are
S. S. KNIGHT, bed ol a brawling mountain stream From at The Coach stopped, the driver looked frightened I guess I got more in ilif est Indies forherrin' I brclrer. If it's worth anything; send me ita i iI' )
AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION MERCHANTT.LI1"SI,1I I this one or two others strike steeply up the : was the hour of the evening promenade, and everybody wondered to see the tbarr any ether man about this place." value j fn: current money }if dead biok ,"
aides of the hills! on either hand. The Impe. and at some points the broad walks were landlord covered with mud, and his horse : Hfriv much dfj you get Uncle Ben I" I' semi me a lock of your half. v .
: :, FLORID 1 rial! residence is in the centre of the town, ; crowded with ladies and gentlemen, old and ; foaming with sweat. ; Well, you see, I was bound to the Wind i Respeclfutfy} L. .B;:

Sept ml.erI.18C5. 05uicif ----- I \\hhin a quadrangular,: coart. It is so built i youn" and with children and their nurses.I .- Ben jumped out of the buggy And got into ; ward Islands, and a market. and jtrstas! had : Memphis, ;Tenn., March'31st:

AT fORLElAttorney I that, op one side, the second floor, on which I was pleased to witness towards the honor the and good I the Btago, when the driver, thinking that he I got all my cargo aboard, I was cypherfn' on ; DEAR Six :Inclosed I hand yotf'S South
p-t Law the principal saloons are, is on a l level with a will manifested: by all the sovereign kindness; had hired the landlord to bring him after, my log slate how long I should possibly be I Carolina bill for our note, same am'baiiii1.-
!' terrace of the gardens and opens upon it.- i and not lebs so to observe great i was" en the point of d-ivrngof1, when tho latter from borne, when I found I should, with luck, ceived in yours of the 24th' .,I am' pearly
TALLAHASSEE, FL_ I The house i is scarcely large enoc'gh for a lim- : with which their constant salutations the were yelled out- reach Kitt's about lent. Thinks I, I'll takea bald or I would a'erfd Job* tfo rock" of hAir.-.

January 17, 1857.: -1yATTORNEY i ?ted suite, and its accommodations are extended i returned' ''L' ,by him' .1 : particularly r _,_in__ special..1 I Co Is that passenger in there tit barrel o( hen iu' on speculation. I had a If you say so, I will send you a' front tooth.
---- wherever the formation of the" ground civilities ne pale, every lew !>i.epu\ oneanu: i u Y est replied -Hel!. I.good passage, and got there just in the nick Yours, tuly, "
1 1RICHARDBRADFORD, i t.-rH:; admit, by tented apartments of striped I another of the aged and infirm seated by the : Are you sure ?t" j: of time, and sold'ein off well. c. D. SMITH; Pres't. .
AT LAW canvass, which stretch Irorn it into the shrob- I wayside in begging them not to rise as h" i Yes,'sirret," shouted our bachelor friend. \| How much did you get, Uncle Ben t" I. Covingonpiil'2n.r..
bery, amid fountains and flower! hed These : approached ; in a compliment to a mother on I Which one is it 1"I\ asked some of the old salts, who, with pen
TALLAHASSEE FLA. additions are tasteful and ornamenttl, shaded the beauty of her child ; a touch of fondnessfor i It's me," replied Ben. with a grin. i cil in hand, were making notes to try and DEAR SIR :Yours of the :31st ult.. coVering .
. (Office in the Po t Office Building.) i ;and cool, especially the largest: which communicates the child itself; and a word of recognition You !" thundered Boniface" what the i catch Uncle' Ben foul : h how much did yon I tile needful: ," is at hand, .fbx Which .

Hty: !3. '57. 21___ ____ i ij : by a range ot French windows I here and there to some young girl who I dcril did you do with them spoons ?" : get'" I accept thanbs. I supposed you,used the fs-
j -- ; and*had been fiesh- had been at the ball t\ WithuiiisCOTT, I with the reception rooms, / put them in the coffee pot may say exactly how much, bat i
]ly and beauti'ully decorated with no\vers ind : night. Tin, however, was cnly in the honor; you will find them all safe," re- I. I put the money) ba'ck into the barret after I in your line, but I had no idea that you kept
ATTORNEY) AY LJ, crowded of tho promenade. We soon your in his the custom shatfmg' : jorir o'Wn'crani=,-
various embellishments of art for a soiree parts plied Ben., with a curious twinkle ihe herrin' was out, and I could scarcely I up "
MONTICELLO, FLA i' dansanlc the preceding evening. I: parsed through tliPfo, and, on o"ur way towards :: crod the head in." like tho ancient Shjlocks! Jewish descent I'
sly 80,1858. SO tljnn tile the woods, were alone some yards in GVC1* that darned Yankee!" What} did for the her.rut' I Save your molar to grind the poor.
I I was ptnctual in my arrival to hour Sold, by ginger, by you get a piece -
advance of the gentlemen of the suite, and at I Truly! ,. L. B. .
of the landlord whilst the passengers : 1"I' I yours .
F. Young appointed, according to the time town, : yelled tho -"' {-
Benj. I :and after passing the sentries: at the gaUs of j liberty to converse with uninterrupted freedom : roared with "uf.hternd putting the whip : Sold 'cm for a dollar apiece!" I *

i1r: D]1g Jl 1& lli!1WJ :the court was making my way to the principal i j his horse drove::> }back, resolving 1 t., give Ito Ay, Jes."rell noUncte Ben at a AGE OF A nIALs.bearrarely' exceeds
ANDSOUCITOP '1 ; entrance on the: ground floor, when a I It was nearly two bouts }before we again the passengers: ever afterwards ample timo I dollar a piece for your herrm', you could'nt 20 years ; a dog lives 20 years7 a wolf 20
the palacp. As we did so, I inti. j have half filled ; a fox 14 or 16 years; lions are long
IK EQUITY7ILL porter, in the livery of the household, direc- : approached (for dinner.REASONS. I the b-irrel.: years
\\ practice in the Courts of the Astern Cir J JI ted me to a balustrade flight of stone stepson I mated the purpose of taking leave at i s gates I __ W dl," says Uncle Ben, oafs all very lived: Potnpey livedto the age of 70.rf>L
t r f" cnit of Florida, and the Federal Courts. ; one side leading to a terrace above. A for a return to Paiis ; and, with all my know"I- | WHY FAHMKUS ARE HEALTHIER i true ; but I sold} the pickle at five dollars a averah.ire e of cab$ r* 15'ye.nrs: = ; a squirjtl and<<

(OfFICE AT OAINRVILI.K. ALACHITA COTTNIT.) I IREFERESCES of officers in a tent near by politely edge of the kindness of his heart, I wa* surprised j THAN PROFESSION"L! tr.N- spoonful !" I 7 or 8 years ; rabbits 71 'Elephants' (
: i group repeated the direction, and mounting to the almost at the warmth of his expreabiotis i work more, and devolve all the A hird boy-thai!! sarrre Ani i nt Marin ,I have been known to have lived to the great .

Cirr. J. J. LrcAt, ) top, I found. myself in the temporary ballroom and manner while assuring' { me of his { 1. They muscles of the body. Ii IiINu1 er.", I age of 400 years. When' Alexander thGreat
COL. J. D. AIMS, V Charleston, 5.FKABE& C. I just mentioned.: From this I was conducted i appreciation of my friendship and the pleasj j ncr The.take: their exercise in the open had conquered .Phorus.'King of' India
t TUOWMOX, )) II by a in attendance throughthe : ure my visit bad given him. The most I had 2. breathe amount of i Attuning Epitaphs. I he took a great elephant which l had fought
Ma. and thus a greater.
Dr. JAMES S. JONES Tallahaner air, iI
in the thought of being received j valiantly for the king, named.hira
June 23 cabinet into a drawing-room. On looking : anticipated I. The following is from a graveyard in Massachsetts very Ajax,
6, __ at a clock on the nnntle, I perceived thatI I by him in France, was the possibility of a j oxygen.Their food_ and drinks are more commonlv i I and dedicated him to'the sun, and, frt him gV
"A. PERRY AMAKER, I' was a quarter: of an hour in advance of the private audience for a few moment! amidst i I 3. less adulterated, and (far mo're pimple. : I with this inscription : Alexander, the Ion of
ATTDftIYATLW! time at the palace. The Emperor, it nppenrrd : the pressure! of cnjjageni'Mits unavoidable from i do'not over-work their brains as : Here lies I Jupiter, hath dedicated Ajax to the sun."--"-
TALLAHASSEE FLA. t had but just left his cabinet for a tour in ; his pubiiion: and I could scarcely realize the J I 4. They industrious professional men dn. I The bodies of John and Lucy I This elephant was found with tbsmscr-ption
I bade him adieu: that I had been much as Leaven, 350 after. have been known
fact : Hogs to
the grounds. In a fuw moments however, I as during I years ,
20 -
May 21, 1853. take 'heir sleep, commonly :
i I heard footsteps in the direction I had enter : favored with three hours of most kind and 5. the They hours of darkness, and do not try to I Killed by lightning sent from i live to the ago of-30 years ; rhinoceros_ to 20.

EDWARD M. WEST. I ed, ,and turning from a painting that had arrested confidential intercourse. No higher proof sleeping] during the I Heaven, A horse has been.knbxv'n to J five o'tll! ne 01GO
into by
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, I my attention, saw him approachingme could be :given; of his great amiability and turn hours day of light. night I In 1777." i iI ,. but avorag-e 25to; 30. Camels sometimes
: kindness of heart, or of the truth that the occupation UfO to the of 100.
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. : with outstretched hand and a smile of 6. Th'y are not, commonly, so ambitious, i I In St. Mary churchyard, Whiltlesea, I age Stags are long-lived.
14 pleasure, and PO frank and so cordial], and 1 of an imperial throno has had no I and do not themselves out so rapidlyin i i England is the following : Sheep seldom exceed the age of 10. Cows
:ApriI5.1 :;6. __________- J may add so flatteringly kind were the reception : ill effect upon the generous impulses bf his the fierce contest of rivalry. !: Here lies the bodies of Elizabeth Addiaon, I live about 15 years. Cuvier considers if

Anderson X Peeler : and welcome given me that the prestigeof I nature. 7. Their pleasures are more simple, and 1 I Her son, probable that whales sometimes live to the
the Emperor was at once forgotten In the As to the reputation which he has won I And old Roger to come." I age of 1,000. Tho* dojphfn! arfd ,p&Vphfta: attain .
Attorney, and Counsellor at Law presence of the friend, and in the associationsand I for himself in Europe there is no longer a less exhausting. I "'OTd* Roger" was her husband it ,sveiris, I II the age of 30. An' eagle died in Vienna

SOLICITOR IN EQUITY, 11 sympathies of an intimacy enjoyed years question. In mental power, in far-seeing sagacity (:7):::: beautiful superstition prevails: among and Nearly twenty years afterwardi vhen a I at the age of 104 years' Ravans frequentlyreach

FEW PORT FLORIDA. ago. in ability. to project and energy to accomplish the Seneca tribe of Indians. When an Indian traveller visited the paic! was still living I the age' ,of ..100. Swans havebern
TT7ILL Practice in the Courts of the Middle Circuit He was followed by a suite of four or five the wisest measures in government ; maiden dies, they imprison a young bird but had not yet conre." known to live: 3&0 yean. :Mr. Mallertoh ]xt
V V Special attention paid to Collecting gentlemen, to whom fie presented as a very in fitness t'o guide and to rule in ih" affairs until it tries its first power of song, and then the skeleton of a swan that attained the agV
March 21./'n. 12_ old friend from America,1' and then immediately of an Empire, it is universally admitted, so I loading it with kisses and caresses, they loose I The following, we are told! may bo seen of 200 years.' Pelicans' are long-lived. .4'
asked, Would you have known me I" far as I can learn that he stands unrivalled its hond over the grave, in the belief that it conspicuously inscribed on a board stuck up tortoise has been- known to Kte' tor the'age a!

FLOYD & HOLLAND, The severe vicissitudes through which he had among the monarchs of the day. I am told will not fold i its wings nor,lose its eyes untilit on a dogwood tree, on the banks of Benson 107. --.
Attorneys at Law. passed, for a portion of the period since I last in France, by those having the best opportu. has flown to" thfi spirit land and deliveredits Creek, in one of the western S ales : --

TiTILL practice in the Circuit Court. of Middle saw him, bad left little if any impress upon nities for correct information on the point, precious burden of .affection to the loved Beneath this tree lies youn" Billy Kunningharo .. OT: If Sarah dear," said a waggish. ljnl
Vand West Florida, and in tbe Supreme Court him physically. His complexion is more that the jnasses of the nation..would regardany and lost. It isnot, unfreqtient 10 see twentyor band fa his wife, "' if I wore! in your tplacitf
.the State. Also in the District District Court of Florida.R. of the. Unid bronzed and his hair darker than in earlier disaster to the Emperor as the greatest thirty birds let loose over one grave. Whb'was batted to death by out old bobtail I would'nt keep. that babo so full of batter as
Btateiin, the Northern that could befall them and duringthe .... I do." Butter dear!
.J. FLOYD, Office Apalacbicola, Fla. life, and a military moustache and impcr'mle calamity ; reiff. you my I never gi've it
D. P. HOLLAND, Office Quiacy, Fla. gives a somewhat different contour to his six weeks I was in England I satisfied ELOQUENT EXTRACT.-=We copy the fol. The oul ram, i any butter" "No.'but. .you poured about a
Dec.n, 1855. Ol_ face. The lines too ktrength, dignity and myself fully as to the general estimation in lowing from a new* work entitled '. The Old .. .Ur ati1l1. I quart of milk down it this afternoon: ,and then
WILLIAM DILWORTB, decision in his countenance are more marked. which he is held there as a ruler. Front m'em- House by the RrVer :" To another world was son?, trotted it on your kn'ee jofr n-arly two hoofs:
When not speaking, these, pertorp: now predominate bers of both houses of }Parliament fronf officers (Jo preach to' the dead;y"e who deny the The cars over him done ,,ent." If it does'nt contain a Attorney and Counsellor at Law, over those expressive o1 the great both of the army and the navy, from immortality of die atf" tion',. Go reason isn't for the want of churning."
whose official position is such Chat bilta" of wood 07 I know a great ,' first-rate _-_-
MOKTICELLO, FLORIDA. and Kindness of his nature once gentlemen with trees or or images' or overgrown
amiability of the aeitlmentsofroyalty man in this place writes 0:7Vo: accosted a little fellow .I'oUwr
they can scarcely be ignorant I with own* motidnlvss/nielesTg- souls, a correspondent,
TITILL in the Court of the Middle Cir but I was happy in not your '
practice conspicuous;
toil,and Th0n..B and Lowndei County,Ga more able to detect any evidence of the im itself, fromclergyraeii' and ye who believe' that\ berairse there is po mar engaged in the mercantile business, who is day. He wa about the .iz. And"iJd 6 a
_1 rcb 22. 18S6. 12-ly being constitution Mid doubtful health which laymen both in town and country, I h'ea'rd rying yonder thjpre shall1 be n'o embracing, much troubled to recollect names, and, who plug-of"dogleg" tobaeCo. and his face wa' .'
paired flrat words one morning with ncil' in hand and so cue sort.of a landscape, done upiin free.soitatiapplebott.r.
have b"en intimated at times in the publicjournals. one and the fame sentiment expressed- or because w'e'ana.) not use the gentle p quill.
LONG & C1tJIIITB! of the French had himself those' 'nctified behind his called If Who arc you P we aedrtht'st.nIy.
On the he to be the Emperor proved my wife, we1 may not clasp ear, out to'his }partner :
contrary, eeems!! -
ATTOKXETS AT LAW,TALtAirfAsscK, FLA.MA. .. and robust and is to be the most eitraordinary man of his forms in oars afms I tell iou; man that "Billy/wWii i John: so pttLeam'! first Maf: taidlYoon.'! A-mirf-
firm more mus- _
.LONG & J.B.GALBRArrn bare fewoci physically in and movement than mightbe day, and withtrtrt'question is tho first sover immortality wtrtilll'\! be ,a' g&ribu* cheat, if name I"And ca, (r5iOr I ok'-br&> .: ,f.--' ( (-E:1aclont _, -
... tbemaelfea in the practice Law. They culgr appearance whose mind to eign of Europe riud the present human arbiter with our clay dfed all our Hist affections. I he rttYer,discovered !& mistake till ftIS-t .
m attend the Court|in the Middle Circuit,tbefiuF eipected in one was given destinies. tor the world that'annihilation wbuJd'be heaven, if be "t to"titit when ; the ; -
e 0.nrt and tfi District Courts of the Unitedotatai severe study daring long imprisonment, and of her Happily tell yon began biTorgr-t last 0" The i W;Etrn Rafl -
ktlUUhaMee. --. mtrit'sirice have been heavily taxed by theimmense he has adopted the maxim, that/'the Empire I:coulu, believe that when my weary.head at, -name; and with tbd ian irttdbbstibutneu, uow'zteja'; : .......
0 ce'opposite the Court Bouse.- responsibilities uliich have rested on it'Pe cc."-" "National, Intelligencer.. .. l length'resfs-of> Us coffin piUow1, and my lids aang out : road, irs A1bany.c) -1f.

.2ber22.1864._If in the exercise of I .irernt'poiver.Had -'- siiktb'the'alienee and repose of death, those Excuse me, Billy, but_ 1 have forgot 'I'
him singly found (OzrTo): preserve flWers. Jn water,,mix.a' loving eyes .Whenever.look Jnt. mine again, lip un Supplebeam'a last name now I"! -
Laws of Florida. it been otherwise, however. and soda lib around neck The of which etwi-d (0-:: Punch adrtas the Governor of Utah
fn personiif little carbonato of in it ; :it vfrH I keep that pdro chap ncrci my roar laughter restored
BOUND to u,. HDOUOALL t HOBBY. him over so much changed ap. II while "
that holv-rtVwfe trb r blwss me more. I his memory. j a to go it h.'a Young.
pt. 5,1867.I ee : pcnrnnce and health, kit miro, wr familiar in (hem a (fortnight. "
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With 1 inch 8n I "tncr AnlJ 'a.; in "example to I ie7li7 f
Scene* In-New Yorif. [fOR THE FLORUHA AND JOCKN.VL.] fltormson the Northern Atlantic; 'I II water brought by the Gulf Strmro. r-owm huilanJ, he wn trntirinp in his devotim; .. Al -
it In
J10ribitit; cntna1 The vast multitude of per*0ns thrown onfof cmploymontin ---- jQUINCY, Nov. 1C, 1857. MARINE LOSSES FOR S.Mets.-Our monthly element atmwpln-ric! disturbance kind ther. w aff tlonate that hi. thil.Jrea ? ." \ h*

; the e-ity of New York, are incoming Jlr. EDITOR-I noticed in yBur paper a very sensible list of disasters to sea going AoirHcnq vessels U unusually wo might expect storms of the most violent to I occasions Vf'tIC rno t painful anxletv .1. t btfl
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wnr excited for work and something to rhti Several i article ove-t- the signaturfe "Franklin" in heavy for the month September. It embraces accompany it in -it* course. Accordingly the most fond and faithfi.1 ; at a friendsizmeepeana ft 'U"r.
TALLAHASSEE no lc<* than 32 vessels, totally lost-namely, hare bterkoien companion, affable and genial *
thousand recently asM-mble-d in 'mksns terrific storms that on th' fean, ; ; a* a mae
square, I which he proposes as a measure of relief to the 2 steamers, 3 ship, 4 barks, 5 brigs, and IS -imoon- I rage oral contention*. But of iU > BnrllA'i
ATV1tAtiOiMUER.4 and wore harrange-d for come time by Mr. Bowie?, Tax payer*, that the prominent bfficers of the State I tr Besides these, there are two reported mi<.ite' d tl.,-ir/urtf in and near it* border Oeogrnphy i li-r if V.Yv.the Gn9l we mast: r more"""-wat in

21 I1a who ha cme of the leading spirit-, Mr. ilciliiirr, and should signify by Jctter addressed to the Stale : and which it i* very iinpfoUble! will ever be heard etf time Sea. pageb 6-1, a511 1><>l re" A ripe s-cImu'lnr auth a imarti iittidui1t jff' H. t

I Mr. Schmidt The latter urged the crowd to abstain Treasurer their vVillihgnec* to receive their of again, and ten Other* which went ashore within pdred to maintain that the ulrsueHiii i- rmzllytime ,.trmeg intellect, (hi-(1j'litCI Jr iem i-"nti-11.,1

.t cn.tcI J fre>m any further pri>cceuintjuntil the detic- We hav c di>po-cd of a half interest in the Floridian |fciier currimme3f the t limi may probably never l be got afloat ncain.: march of f gale that t 'i is raised 1hi ,t-rnlu.IIme WTe models ri'f!
control f
ion of the to every
Common Coum-il. which! cannot off
(('IImc > lost followAamr. c.fdlu-tinu .Iji
iintry. The those totally are are : clearness
i iiumt-s proriety ; in time
( before Monday. Yet if the-y wMietl to demonstrate It afford nip ple-.iMire toMe th>it :it tinee>m Whrre From. hI7io v HouiuL there-, but the coure of many gale* truth ; cojrncy in, re. .oiiinC ; puncm.CXL'mtltIUS. ()(
to ihe tran fer to us, two years ngo had been i and March down in I from the place of their orign directly to the Gulf a* >i:0MVe .s ,n appe.J ,
; quietly town a Lecomnir.g manner it.encement of the present einbarras-nunt, Judge ,Stecner.t. pei ; an. fuihln,5,,
lone and flatteringly conne-cte-d with its character Gules that take tiWIr rise on th r e.'rat of playing the ile-cfrinf of grace. '"*
to bow their destitution he wa> willing to of the A c5ite Ju-ticc of York. INortolk j Deliver5., ;
i Dupont, one -<> the Suj 1 ( 'entralAumtriea. New .
Asp'nwall. tinaffVct T
; *
and t..rtiiue. and i. the refmv, te o wtll known to far down that tide a* the i ij emtV. manner, ti! ,v ni-vp finT I" "
and on
march dow town with tl cm, and te addrcs- them j premp (Court, nnd Col. .Nim'l. B. Stcpher*, the-So- i Philadelphia. Kichmond.LiverjHK j Africa, even as seldom (mulled! ti' interest the heSTer 'J stat'

our r>adert to re-quire any formal introduction from I at th Merchant? Exchange, but he recommended licitor for the Middle Circuit, both) roidcnts at Shi))'. ti j i prnhit-l of 10 or 15 X. lat., have, it ht been rhown ; Cr. Brotli.r Anld was exce Ui ;nofirrr"'h u <
us The renewal of Li* quondara4oun? with I them an ex.tminatieui of log-books, made straight for ) .loctrjjues / : : an'!
beware by preaehed
to of violence
rvsoi ting to or blood- Quincy, voluntarily tendered to me the amounts of I I.exingkin. N. Orleans. >l. j yet. nuiver r
the papa we ftt-1 atfcuroJ. will! I* as acceptable to !i luel. i i I their rc peclivt* claim the State t Lion (whnl-.r, of Providence,) so report rd.Bucno i the Gulf stream ; joining it, they havebcen known the carnal timind." Clmsjve

friends and patrpn* as the event w gratifying to When the : upon Trtauiyatj I Floating Zepyhr. I'tnsacola. Ayrf. 1 to turn about, and travelling with this Stream to 35 ft Pitor. he was faithful and ,lcvo,4
| nking was over, a poition of the j par, for the note of thi Sm'utlm-Vestern Kail Itimd hiimn.ett, In
the'wriler, who is eloubly-pleased) with an arrange j crowd formed in procession and, preceded by a banI} Bank of Charle-tou-the order for whie-Ji will be I Hark j recrn-s the Atlantic, ando r -ah the shores of Europe ; spanmmt w
mcntby wLich the cares and responsibilities of an j n r on which WHS inscribed, We Want Work," I paid into the Treasury at the time. To this j Susan (whaler of New Bedford,) *. In thU way the trucks of ,ftorm have ben i J Jj comfort of ether*. or aeli-ance time Promote tim,
arduous position are divided with one so conipe proper John Bird. Hocklund. X. Orleans.Roterdam. j jTlieir Church. Iii rule time
wek ten *
mnfched dow j tniced out and followed for a e-r day* wa., n.vtVtuU'.W"f
; n to Vatt l street(, halting in front ofth'Mrr4hants' extent at leii.-t, will the tax pavcr.* of Gad-den John Parker. New Orleans .
tent to meet them. % path \\A marked by wreck and Exchange. Their b re-licved Zidon. HilNboro' X. B.
4 appearance mat County from the exaction pe-cic payment Isnstport. I member of Pr.sJytery.); wi- ,
can all luri.V
d much :ts-tonithmeiit. antI their pnverdingvve-rc *. Vt.ry Rrjpwtfullv, HrirReveille./*. : meeting of the American A--e>eintion for the Advincmcnt to liii kindne. courtesy rcadine. '"''C"?

The above aninjuncenuEt fould r .udr any titiig i ..t1v.wt'aitIi interest by the mrn-hnnt from wiudows I MOSES S. ATKINS, Jack-onville. Port Spain.Cardenas. of Science in 185 1, Mr. Redfii-ld mentioned word ai.d. work, wi dom in ronn.l).f..r CVy gucal

from me by way of balut.-itiou unnecessary ; but returning atid stoops, and thi* o who we re pacing n I i Tat Cfltccfcr of Gadxdrn Comity.P. Albion Coe j>er. Portland. one which he had trnce-d out and in which no less | action, and firnmness in tl maintenMe L'ronmptaq;

to the press aficr at: absence of two y.ar, j the time. Mr. Bowles mounted S. In addition Yermont.Jas Picte>u. Boston. I than seventy odd vcs-jels had been wrecked, dist t truth. Blither* goner We mi,* J Id;,,, V We
of the '
thMq s shall
p.m that
pleased to state from. mi.- him from
; Wakefield. Bath. Cardenas.Matanias. our f5re id ,
> ,
of time since I <( ,
that di-pod tmr pul } ,
it being jflsl period mnst'd and Sailors dread in the ,
storms ,
j Kxchang". and said in substance : j almost daily intcrcour-e. with the County Officers Sarah Thorkike St. Stephen. damaged. 1 in Pre-bytery. and the (cominuni talk our U

of the paper to. my prese-i.t hiifhly-eftecnied n'I I \Vo want WOrk, and mti t hmase i. (Applnui-v.] ) i this County, I feel fullywarrcntcel in Myini; thatthey Scleiwiom ers.1i. I Gulf Stream more than the-y do in any other part ( wont to take* sweet nmnto'ether'! } *r K 7T*

ciatc.) I cannot refrain from sayine that I i W.> want work, and must have it, or we ni'ist the, ', will nil, without exception, mjmnt II Scott. Bristol, Pa. Boston. of the Ocean. It is not the fury of the storm alone :j prai-e-d for the gift of such a UotUr. ,ad
half teal in the editorial chair with peculiar pleas j I or do we're, for we will never ron;>< lit to starve to : willingly Feat Frances Whaler of New Bedford I that they dread, but it is the ugly sea which these resigned to our loss. *t u*
reive for ( ,) o reported.
elcflth in pur account* due th'* the like funds In of
tire, and yet I truct not without n proper scne-c of 1 n country like thi#. AV nsk for nothing m. Ontario. Port Richmond. Boston. storms raise, the current of the ea running in onedirection i view thidir.refingcv| >it -
the responsibility furroundii.g the portion. I but what in light, and we mean to Hihm.it) to noth} | and re-gr'-ttin only that they cannot get ns uiwhi Ohio. N. Brnuswick. Hudson. and the wind blowing in another, creating Ie r>lred, That tLi* Pml.yhry'f*. that it La.

grave j ing that i- wrong. Yiiu owe us a living, and we i their want*, require*. 3f- S. A.Mn. Emily Ward. ('imsmrlemtumm. New York. a sea that i is often frightful. In the month of sustained a great hoi.e.1.'rsoZi.ed .
The gratification I feel zrie- froin Jhe fact being 1 mean to have it. Loud That hoti-
( pplaue..) AVehnvcroine we with
] --- -- Abdi-1 Kader. Wilmington, NC I December, 1853, the fit new steamhip San Franciseo I, iulmjVi.n
once more connected with the fortuii:s of ft jiapcr i here aiiKUig you. to chowyem.. our ft fellow-erwiture-9 :m.iroa-In your issue of the 14th int., is a Eureka (pilot boat of Quincy.) I sailed from New York, with E reifiment of U. | DivinewillnnekrthU chattisinff stroke, and*
witL'mc kind of to the what we are. and to dcm.ind of what mint bound Horn Calffornia.bhe ) that it may le Mnctilied to in 5
which has been a pet. [1ro- i have you we communication, over the Mirnattire of F'z-a rmkhiu" New Republic. Philadelphia. Wilm'ton, N. C. S. troops, round Cape to humble ns masking us nei4
-we>rk. woik work more diligent
motion of whoM tc-fuThes nearly the whc.le.of my -v\herewith to earn Mary Eliza. Millville, N: J. Westport.Wilm'ton was overtaken while cre>si>ing the Gulf stream more dpfn
1 bread nnd nie-at f 'r ou e'lvcN e-ur-'clvc*. our wivcf, i di-cu *'iij the crii1mm the monetary affairs of i of wind in which she Divine Spirit, and heM di1.oaJ
been votod. Asociated j Wake. N. C'. New York. I by a gal was terribly crippled. j to Iar cp ,
mature years have unceasingly j our little one?. We immust t and will tliis State whieh arm of flesh.
m have work of | for its g.i..l-'memise, and entire prac | Albion. Calais Philadelphia. Her deck were swept, and by one blow of
with the Floridian te-o, are many agreeable I brea 1. (Tremendous applauv.j ) ticability mc<-t" with my endorsement and approval.i LtK-inda Jfcne. Philadelphia. Belfast. Me. tho- terrible seas that the storms there raii, one ; ro Tliat thij Presbytery tender* It.

recollections of the eventful past, which, to me, 1 We will keep the peace-but we will f-how! to ]i .* idea therein foith, that the delay Schrolboy.Guilford. New York. Philadelphia..Savannah. hundred and seventy-nine souls! officers and soldiers conhal *ympHtUy4o tU Church in'Tal!,.),. .
than rubie-," for through it the merchant? and wealthy cln-se h"r be-fore us, put prc.-ent Ntis-au, N. P. were washed overboard and drowned."-rp. 5G-7. !' soon agaIn bereaved by tIme death ffa pa, 0. wi
are more precious J Jlint we are ttarving, with our wives and children j i in the collection and payment of the taxc* due by Rattlesnake. Kingston, Ja. Philadelphia., Again, no part of the weirld affords a more danger-i the onrne t pfayer that lie who has remv,.!

wine of my most )highly-prized pe-ronal friendships i -and that we must havo -liof. All we want i' time peoj'k to the State, N oau ed by a desire of the t tf J. 1-. C.ihin.E. Hunting Creek. Norfolk, ; on* or difficult natigalioti than the approaches ofj ;I under-shmq.hetd'frora the flock, will th,

have been formed-friendships that tried ort | work !iiplo\i--s of the State Government; to have their S. Willetts. Washington. N. C j our Northern coast in winter. At this s'-a'on of I herd and iMiop! of their sonl and agsi
; proj5
tha standcth stiffly in storms :" j about.You '* r.i1tiiy D...n, IIMV in this vtrcct. nnd here Mlarit ? paid i.i cpcclc, thins a different j Horatio, (fishing vessel, of Plymouth,) I the year, the r.umber ofvreck* and time lost of life I j them -.Tith a man after IIU own ,,
-fjuiring S
hav.* t1 and
to relieve : in out them
3011 u.an.1
power the Atlantic sea-front Timemomitim's among an ftjf
in you j along are frightful. example
b"> eomforU n.inry ,0 the
The following vessels are ashore but not j ji
Ate always sweet, and liOf-t rouwe1* in mu-t di it. Apj'iuuii.) circulating incdium from that which the peoj>le j II lost yet considered i average of wreck* has teen as high a? [ leading theta jato green pastures and Uriel* still

AdTertitj are ever furtunaff," ., There are twei.ty millions of de>Man herein have, is erronvou I for CHIP can give the moat un- I j as [ three day."-p. 61. I vratejs.Jiesohed.

and which, but for th J-'fariJiaa, w-uld mo-t pn.-b- your street, idle! eloing n"tl.inr rot circulating ; qualincd denial to this ct.arjre, and that I neiiher Bark. Where From. Where Bound. 1 Colton, in his r emt Atlas, designates this p rticular 1 Tliat we m-Ht sincerely offer to
bly never have been contra<* cd. among the people, and you mu-t circulate it aiiK>r.g j say Colin McRae. Liverpool. Wilm'ton, N. C. portion of the ocean ns the JJittrict of !; reav-cd widow cad children of our bc1oyd BrotK
laberf rdiScr! jointly \ itk Dr. the people, s i that we can get -oiiie of it to buy expect nor a-k for anything from the Trc-a-ury Briy.Portland.. Hurricanes." See his Map of Winds X& 6. ;j Auld, the strong assurances of our PnnptthT2
In us an I
remming bread.
(Treiiieiidons more than be received the Tax their ?
splau-e.) am by Collectors of Whilst the subject may then be regarded ns *ur- orroT, ; tic fervent r-rav tlatlleiK
JO>CA: I need not assure the .ader of tins prs 1 "Wo Mippttep, however, tlmt we will lzy.* to the several Countio Time 5ourc of income from :j Philadelphia. Charleston. .' sounded by difficulties of no ordinary character. I hiss said u Commit your fatherWdiildrrn ton?,

that I do so xi ith nmluninihrd cnn neein and attachment | biircts thre-himmt of mm. mm. nn-'t e will not f>tar> e. (fJreut the office Secretary of State, 5 is for the most part I | respectfully suggest that the remedy is not to le and let your widow put their trust in rne," may;

to the principles of the proit party which applau .) .> Corint hian. Weymouth. Bangor. i found in new forma or fehapes of vessels or ste-arn- be their "sun and shield." may give them
in the election of JAMLS BrCIUSA j "Thre are onir who (-ayear<* the ignorant made up f'f feo, and in no instance -inc the eu=> R. C. Stannard. Beaufort, X. C. Wash'ton, D. C. I boat", or their improvement, and can only be at ;j and glory and withhold from them no good til./."*
so signally triumphed i cl.TJ, who to the Presidency la t yr.ir. Up 'n that ; h'-r. ev t n hereth i ;# jjLtcc. withrrjiilic-n ot"moiiey Pcnil of f Onflow X. C. | the afflicted f.inuly of
culation of their bill-' in this State have I ever re- i ( co., ) : most perilous navigation. If this can be done with our deceased Irothfr, and
partv-upon the successful earning out, in the administration !! about .u-, l.lrviIlg here theiugh, e-iid vet -sc kq ', fu""d] to take the l.ill-j winch :mre current in the Albion, (e>f Onelovv co., X. C.) due regard to the great interexts of commerce, I that copies of the Mine be sent fur puMicatioa ta

of the National srd !State Gc v&.nmu-nt'. thepeace. Jul'.a A r.rm. fllizabthport&: : every cori-'j.b-rai'.un connected with the preairvation (t tn- pellersfear Church, and to the JwraaLrab
con'cientiously ] we will iiicr' n'c in number* fvrv day-mark eoy.niKf.iili:. tli--sc amply.sulucictit to di charge Ja*. Fifiel!1.Ilobt. 1. I of human lifmi.eh Ksthat of vast limed! in the city Talliiha'isee

of the prineijiht of that paper-I til! rot i t tint-in nuni'cr irr ,islille in &tr..mmztljnn.j wo all oiiliitieisis contnicte-d by mo.j Palmer. Elizabethporta. amounts of proj] erty. demand its adoption. Can (SijfntJ) D. MeXEILL TURNER, QVProceedlns

believe the pcraicju.n'-y of our pre ent will mart Ii throu-rh th ktn-etn with these increased j The State offer 5i '" I it be that thi ronstant, nver- is to .
uuml p.iymrnt to thoo rhmo have i itjtuined The: following are the mining'durini v r>ifU reported ending strnggle -- - L-- -- -.,
form of government dipciaX If the are enforced aft.-r :Tay. / the month : be renewed each .cccc-iiiiir! day, week, mcLthar.il ol Mass Meesim
: ittroop by furnihinj sub- !
in and in truth. tb.rcr.evtr ran Kri-e any I You, my fi'mmil- toy*, you will keep the IV.-ice y -ar, for all time to ce.ne, aj."tir. t these fearful, j
fpirit will jou not ? (Cries ef \ (-e"; WLnt. we want histeiico. the bills of rjM-nded bauk nnd I cannot Ship. Where From. WJtere Bound. awful perils ? I* it r-ot sufticicnt to say that the At a Mas Merlin r>f the citizens of3faJj.,
onfliet between the Federal wtittc authorities 5woik, 5* i it it b.> ? It iall tint wd M. de Kml.il. Xew York. (-- unty, convened acccrding to prt-vioas !
ys on banner. nj'jiro-i.itf coiir-o pti'd by her, to pay in j Santander.paimMLr.nehmnhmL. valuable lives lut in the! Central America would, 2utfcc at
of the confederacy and an : Is it? not there? I'riee eif '' I ,.*. I tiie Court-iiuu on the 5:1 i.---t. for
or between one porton 1 (( V.-, ytT1. .e. v '. ) -eunvnrv anJ -mind! naynsei.t i if a neither. I by this nmtitn!>, a* she 'vould) hate reached her port ; takine the r.arrosecf

other. The pres'-i.i attitude cf that party i is oiie i ito .** crowd then f'Tinttl in preiceion and marched In mj' opinion* tincheapest and l qtiicke rt lif-f j jw I f Bit'n. rit Hcl na. ill Kafety without l>*Ing suf-ject to the awful storm fnni th into? pretimt nsi'lcntii.n finnr.cwl einlarraFMisent.the reliving ourwhw

inspire jo-ide jn th** boo'-'j.-s its a JL.! r<.:/ :. It : to the I'a--k v.im i <- .Mr.! Bowle-3 ngnin addre&rcil of Atlantic ? en iro-
Inch c.ui be o.Tireil, i if",- the Tax-Collector to The valief th vcss"!" totilly lost anl mismr., -, A Hr.'l-rnan and much tion, Col. A. Y. HAMPTON wa called to the Char
: not
claim to tl.e proud tills of>aiie r f t'lem.! In the co-irt-of h-; bo cMinmtc-d about niyelf acquainted and E. J. VAXN
may justly lay pe-ee-h, he projio-id receive "Uch i lank 1-ilU a* are current in his County, may at JlSii.ofHi. Tlii-) does not with matters of iiavigation, I't venture to say rcque-ts.1 f> act as STetnrv

the public Iut: f..r the fuceiful bloua stnxkby j three cheer* for Marr-r'Wood, wH<-lintn- armlv : nnd if thf'5are not) rcccivliit the Treasury lit include tintl.e lo-cs on their cargoe*, which, even !tlmt it may le done in part ; at all event my hr[>el On motion f.f ti.| B. C'. Pope, the foliowireem.tlenien -

DciiK-cni'-y full in l- f.i...iof Jainrrci.s ranfttieifin re-pc dcJ ti>. ChaiKi Mnith, a 1 l.ihl j't' tr.. sj-okc allowing for the fnvingofa reat portion would l=> that miinU mi-r- able nnd! exji -n -nc .d, better ac- were a. poict d by the Chair to draft: .Hit,.
the Collectornihko a -J ii cimtT .ic-pi.i t her* to arv.-iit j jthn probably bring tIme total to about doul.lc t i.eiirve Me resolution.-. exrreive of the
the jticn arid up qiiHint| w'rJi: th- suijci-t and of sense cf tLU rutvticc -
-but fr it' frvr.t a-1s.] alto patri next, e Tcred a rejjutioii requtir. lanlliT'ni The damaze larger rapacitv, to-wit
iircf--ritii whieh niii'-t require the Tr.ts'r'-r t-> amount. to vcs.elnot amniintiug :
it t'lc Attention due
give to !
of the to their love of truth and their '..ne.of i to be a '.' as poiL with tinir total l'is TOuM aid! inay to u paraiiiount : ler.: RMn7' C"L
] v 'p4 t 'ry t nant-> while i--uc cert'fieatr-* to thote hi..i hart.lelimaiml- atraiiut, : to a > mo-t material-y in- importance ; ami either correct the def.cie-nek to -I Ilnrdav (;niCn.: Ce-1. B. F
a, btween co-equ.il iiiriulii-rs of a -widespread i the hard tiiii ? l.iMc'l which crcaBc tho fiir.irc \WrdIawvm.. Ph.. Ms1etE..q... hlomi. I'
: justice wn* adopted byacrla: I II the Stat tc, hen the 1aimk bills elrpo-iu-d. will be be found in the- imperfect u-ugsticns. or proposea II. Maya.
ll.eKicrifiie e>f lff in oonncction with tl.fcwreoks : Jas B. Watt, R K
will that 5n- J aj. WLitner. CoL B/C
pulhieul com1ulitV-'b(' av. niHtiun. A Committee, of which "jjf. I5iivvle* : better and! more a'lequ.-tto remedy. ii.TaIialmasee Esq.
I was very rwidily absorbed I by tho-c who hol.1 such eAr would not have been very *i-rion*. '-onide-r- 'OP-, Jiidu-. C. MeGehe-e.! Wm. L. Ti-ole T.i:
etead vf the enfdac t'.at 1-uecceded tle fierce I- Cl.airman, then waited ujon the Mayor, end] rhortly tificr.t. .; and the'te ccHificut-1 received at time '! ing the nunii>er <>f vcs-e-ls l >*>t, but for the calamity ; October, 1b57. The Committee retired, and after n bort timere-

conflict of a year ;g< tliu? ninwu.g hope in the after riar.ltareJ, rrj orting that the Maye> a J tnrae.l nnd! submitted the following Prelil.le and
i reaury in j.nv mnt 1'ah 'Jenmaimmi'i Sin-Ii a course* i MINUTE ON TILE
tj pir-ued, nust > away with the necessity of con- than about 2" 'ple have hElm Jot.I DEATTt OF THE : l i- nel'' 'trd :
pee J HKV. B. J. ACLD }
mEw be heard, fivci extreni* of th South to the I as to give 10"J( ( men e-mjdn mcRt the I ,
public i veiling the General; Ascfwbly, the co-t of which i The of the J Th
I major portion above diater* occurred I uniler-igned. a Con-niitte?,
of aiarmei v.orkTiiis [ Adopted by the Preibytery of Florida, at its recent nf-point ly a
other, the tenilkLrcstbings] justly aiin"iincein was received with will be more to the State than can be by the depreciation | during the severe gale in which the CVntrul Amer- ;, ilas Meeting of the citizei jladic-n eoDDty. to
and iucen-ed with a dite-nn:: a- cl.evr r.i.d torowd) tutu ica and : &ssiOn, in Monticello, Floridi.0 consider and
di fouiidf-red.
peopl'preparing. > -;perMd.i of oiiHi iJ.ink I:illi as l.ave been and] are in i eon-iderin the fierceness and! report matter for tile neetinz. Iiavinj
; lion not Jo be inl-ui.ei. rsu cd, to "d -rupt every t circu'ation time f-tatm' i eluration of I tin* .tt.rnm, it is much feared that more duly -on-iderid the object for whIch said* meeting

tic" that binds this Union teguher? Jf bud' a i The ." ew fork Day Hooky 1 throughout Desirous to place j diatTB will have to Le recorJ>*d Divine Providence calls upon us tu record another wa* convened, beg leave to submit the MlowinjrTir -

I The weekly edition of this Milaahle japcr, says myelf right lcf.ire the People on this subject, byi Time above article ib taken from a recent editorial in-tniiceof sore bere-av emeu tin our Presbytery, WiiEKE-ts, A pecuniary prescLre ia mo-it
spectacle is not b.-held, to which party attache! i publishing the abovo you will confer a favor onI i and to nioun ove-r the death of another Pastor of extraiiJinarycharacter is now rTaiHr.e.. catHinir
:I.e Editor, bat been put down to all who -mmh'.crihe : of the Jcurr.nl of Commerce and presents I fear, ,
the cre-dit? Slav not an arJe-nt Democrat, w ithouttnbjecting I Yours Ilespectfully the Church in TaHalinss'c Truly "de- lh lovcn atliining a trenercl suspension of the Banks tLere-fy dtrang-
himse-lf to the charge of nrropmce, fee i before the firtt of January next, to $1 Oo a year. F. L VIM.EPICfK but a fniiit pietirv of the wiccVs and di Mer* onI : murk'* We have ararcefy ftu-*! to weep lag all our c-'mmercial values destru-yxazeommct.:

pardoned for boldly claitiiinjr the honor of thc His object\ t.i put a Democratic) paper into the i -, Pirrttary tf Stair.j I- time atlantic eoat, during the month of Sejit >mb<>rI ;, over the gras of the gifU-d Hixix, when we: are i tial intercourse, and threatening most serie-uily-

iuiictciiieiu ior iiis own pojnical t-rcttiren ? lut$ j >....a. ',* '-.'i. eiiioviat, i.uu suj'Ojantine; iriUsue. [FoR I I past. Thi-y are referred to, to make known the i called to writ ia c..r that DONALD J. ACLD i* '! ir.on? rfult5 to all the iute-re-ts of our country ;
this is j I THE FLORIMANVD J'FrNAL] i no more !-The Mil.jrcT c-f this n"tice wn> the ell And Wlitnai, We have abo the r.ro5eet l>tft>re"n*
not, pcrKips tc? lime or the place to indulge rauso of dia-t-rB which, though familiar to
j MR. EDITOR :-When thcQuir.-y "Planter" penned seafaring deaL l eon of Dr. Isaac Auld, ef Edi.te> Ilan, S. C., of b uig fJrcrl ti pay tares In specie, in winch
ia language of tb;<> character. In brief, tf.e-n, whatever BY TELEGBAPH, j his two cniurounicatioiis rcLtive( to the payment} r.f f men nii'l the w ell informed are not sote> the Hiru* lf a man of learning, and bent en affording: -' event, ruin -vide spread and overwhelmirg must

I may honestly do to promote the political organization T TARRIVAL -I| the State Taxes, he little dreamed that lie was aiout ; jmblic, nnd to see if some relief, if not an entire his i-'jn every facility for acquiring a the>rough cd-: nece-arily follow ; And "tVTitreat, The cotton cre-p

to who- principles I have been attached lc exhume time foil remain'' of I remedy may not be provid! d ag irst :ch great cai nPatir i, iiis father placed him under the care o* of the South furnishes the oicar. to meet all our *n-
] since I could the < 5p ; OF TIlEAIRIEL. j icofocoisrn, i iar.iitics. Christopher Cu'tc. a celebrated teacher in Chark-- !' casements afti s3 fafa oar credit ; Be it therefore
apprr-hc-nd of
bearing public which had long Mijce s-hared the f.itc-of its pntcrnal j ton: with whom heromninciseven} iu.cMT'myear*, : ftctclrcJ. That} it h Jhsrnse of this meeting tliat

measurco upon the welfare of the govcrnimnt, the ancestry of the New York School As little mliii I he They fire undoubte.lly ignable to the Gtr'f b\ '% heLl he was th'-roughly eir.lled in the'Latin ,: there exists an imrcd'-ite intf imperative necessity

Stit<>o and the people, thall not be withheld. And j, contemplate dUtiuhinc the peaceful i-lumler of the Stream, and I propose to give the resulU of scienco : aril ftrffk; lun uas and Mathematics, and under i fur the convention e>f the Ifgislatur'p? time arh-

to my adopted State, our own loved Florida, in ', avid the expciien" nf nxvigators as te this extraor- ]( whom he ncquireel a character for accurate schol-! I e't practicable moment, to conieler of cad. as for
LivERpoaL Xov. : Old Hero of New (Orleans., e'-r thtt by hi- galvanic Time death1 Ids as po-ible. to alleviate the
| fither financial
1. of ars-hip.
which I have been a re-rident for alc* cotton f'rtImree days J clinary ]>h<*nome-non. inte-rft-ring with existing cmbarrassment -
near a score j jof t IS.OoOFaltH.' The market at the close exfiilited'a j touch, l.e should make hipbones rattle in their j I other plans for his ed-i--ation, he vns graduated] at of the citizens of this State; and to
year*, I pledge again what little ability I j jPOESCM j j | I'z-if.-ssor Maury, in his -. ork on the Physical 1 thi. end that Goveinor be
may de-cliniig tendency. coHln. And ka-t of all. Mr. I.1itomdid lc imagine (i the Ce>lle to the promotion of her peace ni.d happi- Wheat was firm, and the trade indicated sill fee .: (;leegniphy of the Sea, says, There in a river in ed the office e>f Dr. Porcher of Charle-ton, as a f-tii- 1 an extra session of the Legi-Liture.
fibS, her honor end interest i j quent improvement in) price* so great an inju'tice to the Floridifin as to cau e the ocean. In the tcvere-t drought it never foils, i dut of Medicine, and received his elirlon.a from : Resolved, That in the event of the Governor failing -
Mosry M.rxrr.-flje I'nglith ninnev market | it to be Mi'pccted of "a chance of it." old prineijiks. the Me.licnl! College of S. C. in 1832. In boththtse to convene the Legislature, and relieve t>s from
CHARLES E. DYKE. i wns j and "n the mightiest floods it never overflows. Its I I
S (l-.re-t.l], although f'f.fj .o] w ore utiiTinngfd. Time ." To the Flvridian al--nc of all the parties alj institutions he was di lingui id for that indepcn extreme difficult, if cot entire impossibility

See the- advcrtisc-icoi I q'n'tati.rm-' tile ff''i; (fc S'JJ. The Ariel brought over j l.dgcd to be i injured, I is t i.e Qui i.ev Planter"able banks and its bottom me of cold water, whilst its I dent re ojrch, and that tirmnessin time maimms-uLnee paying taxes in specie the tax collector of the ef-
; Mr. Hru. is the appropriate 4eiie(4 :) ,' I t current is of warm. The Gulf of Mexico is its fotin- of what he conceive 1 to be truth, whuh were in j cral counties hI respectfully requested te> runijtTJ
to an Locofocoi-tu"
column. The deel ea-t' of poJd in the JJaitkof Eiphin; Jeonj ape-logy. has pansed J tain, and its mouth is in the Arctic Sea. It i is the utter life, Silch striking straits in his clmr.icter. His ; their offices rather than become the unwilling in
-- f its attenuated association, however, were not favorable to piety, ttruments of forcinsr untold distress and ruinous sa>
ctmlfstream.; There i i-in the '
world other '
to ilr. A. T3 Jfoyet flits of late Xw still advancp. i ij liniaiiient are over seen above 'ho. toil, 't'n only Hti no such and proved to hi# friend* occasions of great nnea-5 riSis npon their fe-IIo'S' citizens ,
j The ftt to lauucJi the 1 rnajertic flow e>f waters. Its current is more rapid ness respecting his future career. He Rtidrtd That we re'tpectfitlhsuggest to our felj -
jperit, brought by la't ttennier. iiij-t -tranis'iij) (Jrent Ent-i-i time luidniglit lioiir, when it walks the victim ofa j jll.an erjligr.iud to
-- era proved A taihir/s tlic was moved '-vral:! feet time Mii *ippi or the Amazon. Page 25. Memphis for the purpose of enraging in the practice j lov planters of the South, to hold on to their crop
H B ""*"" *** troubled CMit-c'Hiicc. 'Ihe (Old) I Hero "
vkju-n the Lindiinery I l.rke.. le-eps in of iJedicine. While there, he kd a until trade is again restored to a healthy condition,
May be Joun.l in.ur Another uttfriij.t : Aioeirc exact description of it is given in an very irregular -
columns ancient

ffto-ifay tlicrrocfedings I w odd] l.e made in !> tuber. i' his glory"-bi5 niemory (engraft L.pomi the hcortb life and iu ns-'quence of too frequent txpo- and something like a fair value can be obtained for

.f a large and pplrifsd meeting the citizen of his L.inful? etMlmt r'vJlmems. 'Ihe 1 Floridian yet sur- : English Work : cure, epfci.illy in hunting in the wilds of Arkanj 1! it.

of Madison county, held to contidcr of the { Home Tlarket*. vivr*, and I trust will long live to vindicate its a! The most remarkable and at the same time the j Le beerme the victim ofncute rheumatism, and Remind We would farther recommend and earn

difficulties growing out of the financial ; 3IoBiLE, Nov. 14.-Cotte.n f-f.k-s, IC ''O bale> de- j known of of the Atlantic currents, is the Gulf j wu? compelled to return to Charleston, in JS35. It estly request, all the counties In the State to
.present condition j olitudg UOOO LnUr. ; k- iancc to the Democratic fjith.j Htreim which traverses the sea between the paral- i I pleased God, during that year, to sanctify his afflictions unite and co-operate frith us in these all important

of the oountiT._ ; n-ctijits j Iu the comniuuioation referred to, the autlior't Icls of 86 and 41 in the northern hemisphere. Its to him, and to make him a subject of renew and vital measures.R. .

--- caw OntLv>s, Xov. J-t.-Cotton pales 3,000 bale, i. only df-ign was to tuyyitt a rucnns of relief for the '! origin i Ss in the Gulf of Mexico whore} tim. warm t Jiiir crace. He made a profession of his faith in i ,i. AYS. HARDY GRIFFI (.

An interc tins "onin-'iinication upon the state i j at 111 n 11J. j jI tax -hin fellow-citizens, who like himself ,!I water vrhich enters it from the Caribbean Sea, between the Church under the care of the Rev. Dr. Smyth j B. F. WARDLAW, WM. P. MOSELEY,

finance?, taxes Ac, fr 'm nn -s-tecmcd gentleman I jtayen j Cape Catoche and Cape San Antonio, by be1- nnd at the close of the year, looking upon himself | D. IJLMAYS. J. B. WATTS,
of West Florida hot ben Important from ITtah IIoHtlllllc* hy the I j were not overbiirtluned} with bar.) monry." It j! S ing subjected to a nearly circular rotation, aid; j in- j a* a brand plucked! from the burning." and be- j B. WHITXEK.. B. C. POPE.
receiv ed, but too late to j I j IHcrmoiii Confirmed. i; certainly never entered into hi- conception that he flueneeil probably} by other cnu-os still unknown, j lie-ving that he was called of God. aa was Aaron,to j J. C. McGEHEE, WM. It TOOKE.On .

appear 5-n! this_ISMHIt_ will appear next week. j j'fttonna WAMII.VCTOX, Nov. 17.-Tlie government lift* received 1 wns about to ex-cite the- ire of nay gentle-man e.f the is raided in a higli degree of temperature, the thermonifter ( nii.i-cr! ia holy thing, he entered the Theological motion of B F. Wardlaw the Secretary was

dcspatehcwhich confirm the of the m indicating 80, while under the same parallel i Seminary nt Columbia. Often, while there, hewn* requested to furnish a copy of the foregoing Preamble
I report llleii'm for as before intimnte-d he had taken
oi> be Aortliern .Itlamfc." i destruction of the U. S. trains i strijic, ((20 N. lat.) the ocean only shows '78. Two i ceinfirxel to n bed of suffering, so as to be wholly- and Resolutions to the Editor cf the Jfaditon
The first of a Krin-i of [ by th* Mormons*, and] it for granted that, that titrijie had long since faded currents, which put I in motion pe-rhapsthree-fourths [ ,.,i il.l.. t/> nl'.Tl.l ti> t bit .Iiiti..i Rut Viu ],<>r/> l,ij i Messenger for publication, and that all the paper
highly interesting article* j I their opposition to the entranc- of t tl.<- L. S. troop* ; out from tie political Ailment of t this country. It f ili.. wnfnra ftf ttiA Oiilf nf Af<.vipo unitA TiAitt .o i trials n.x-ckly, only wondering that the- were not in the State be requested to copy.A. .

upon thii important subject is i rmbrac in our late L'tah. Brigliam Young defies th<- U. S. govi i| i-' tOO late in I the day, even for "one arising from ;nautical;; ; miles to the westwarel of" Ilavanuah;;between : more sev ere. In 1837, he was licenced by the Presbytery Y. HAMl'rOX, Chairman.

columns of to-day. "Piey rre fn-ia the pen i>f a [ tri.ii.eiit and counsels hot-tilitics! on the part of the the bank of Itabella on the side of Cuba, and Charleston to preach the Go--pelnnd was E J. YAXJT, Secretary.
the dead to fticce--d in the
prominent and i ittlSc' rj't citizen flf tlii* state who j I M'.rrnon.. in the most determined I) convincing piactical, the Tortugasen that of Florida Keefs ; and thisunion ordained in the year 1839.; The first two years of j

has given the raattcr n grcnf' ctT&f emti'Iertion. inann.r. cmnmon1mmc people of this Stato, that the nice gives rise to the Gulf Stream. In the beginning his Ministry were devoted Wappitaw Church, TALLAHASSEE MARKET.

-- j The \cw Nfcarucuan Kxpcdltfoii. little al.C pieces of silk ]ape-r> to benutifully e-m- its course is not rapid, atvd along the shores of near Charle.ton, and to the Church at Darlington
Cuba it is weak and sometimes II. He then became the COTTON.-Kov. 20.-For ibis article! In our market Uul
i MORLI Nov. i blnzoiic-d with end which nearly imperccptjble ; C. I'astorofhlarrnonyandBrewiugttin
The Savannah ..Vine* of the Ibth in tannour.cithe : :, 1 } As already blaled Gcmr.tl AppropriaN vigi.e-ttc re- demand
or no has existed for some time until this week and
; hut it soon increases in velocity"and before it Churchs) in SampLer District, where .
arrival in that city of cx-Gov. Broome and Walker appeared in the United SlatDi'trict Cotii t4.f 1)n't fo coMly between theiuroiir| > foldcf- I the old enters the Strait of Florida at the S.ilt Key, it runs )he labored, with1 great acceptance and much success then there was an active demand ; but itnce the news per

lady and the lion. D. L. Vi.lee. It aho tstes that X.-vv Orleans, *-n.1} jave bat to nfq'c-nrfor examination J'ortciHf'iiic, me only wurtlilt-'B "Jia-jsF Their one mile and a half per hour os an average ; irtthei for eight years; durintj which period he ac- Arabia, our market has pone down a )V We give our quotations

the sickncsii IH Jacksonv Hit ji. abfttir.g rapi.lly, on the 17th. He then with -taff and over t i-oimiioii-fci-nrc, a* well nn their .rc-tieal olscrvation i strait itsolfit acquires a formidable svviftnis The quired reputation as a preacher, and as a debater to-day at UK, with an active market Sale of Ut
I Strait of Florida begins at the Salt reef I in of the Church. Yet he week 200< )bales.
j SiHMiien, embarked on board' the Mo7/ile tells the-r.i, that a large propoition of the present Keys, a ly- ihcjudicatorics was a
mail] boat. tag 114 nautical miles to the mirth east of Havan- great sufferer ; nt one time, in great peril of total HEIR A COLES. Cation Brotin.
The For Iau IS'ivif j i iTlic Time !earner Farhioii, C.ipf. Coiighliii, with n jiorj tiiAiiblr pl-oirty. has len paid for with these i nah, and 'rxtcuds thence to the northward where blindness and it other! ?, reduced so low, that recovery _

last intelligence from Europe iof ton ; in- 4 j i lion of his men, and a large quantity of arms, am- little le-precoitative-u of value ; amid thehe.pe still, i it terminate! between the reefs of Cape Canaveral seemed hopelessIn

tirt-at. Time Engli.li are mnking better military I f munition and provi-ions, got off also, having firrt I through the tnine inntrnmetitality, aided by patient and the northern termination ot the Letter Bahama ISiS, he became the Pastor Purity Church, Notice.

progress 5s) India. J'lie ubftaiu-c i,1 f the latest advices i j -ubmitted to :i search by the U. S. Marshal. She induftr, a liberal eeoiiomy and the blessing of a Bank, at about 28 N. Int. After entering this strait, i in Chester District. There, hi* health "was very B AN ACT of the last Legislature, it ia made
is that Delhi had fallen, while Lucknow the velocity of the Gulf Stream soon increases to much improved, and his pro-peets for usefulness the duty Justices of I be Peace to se timat the
was cleared fr Mobile, and will intercept time mail boat getod Piovidcr.co, to a ii1d laipely to the taxable rrftoi.rcefc inilc.s But he felt if he
and hour had
; 'I 2J, 3. ooca-ionally per ; but atter brightene-d. ns a work to elo Patrol Law 13 rigidU enforced ia their districts. All
ttill he-Id
by the English garribon and additional) j i (.titkhde, wla-n the whole party will embark in the of our elenr little State i running at this rate about 90 rnile-s, it arrives at the in a more de'titnte portion ef time great field, nnd persons who are d>- irou3 to be appointed aa Cnptaitt

troops had arrived jil Cakuttn. Thc e--oon/jueft of i Fu-hion for Nicaragua. Your correspondent -'Hard Mont-) charges the Narrows where between Cane Florida and the Bir- removed to Madison in 1S52. His five years' paste t of Patrol will please apply to the undersigned for at

the rebellious province n3orgcr admit } of douh.t.The nit r.iiiuif-r wiiicii -- (2mmir.ev l'hmnttr"with n rcnort to the life of eInJ) mini lelanels', (a small group belonging to the larger >rute tIm that Church has made an impression on cumluisrior.
nijt etenerai alker ITcm of the Bahamas the strait is miles this which) cannot be
group ) only \-I Presbytery Soon forgotten. EDWARD WE=?T.
most impor ant iicw ho' e\er, to the country ; the mnil boat in Mobile Buy, hai returned to Mo- j j ti'ap," nnd cng<-ly (if not tanigelif! ) intitnalet), that I wide, and its \vntcv-vay, by reefs nnd! shoals, i is Nor will his t-clf-elcnyin and arduous labors, so [L. H.] 0. C.TOWNSEID, ciPullt&o II'e&e

is, that which relates to the linnucul and cornnicrci bile, having placed the filibuster aboard Walker's }his 'm ntimeutM and views upon the subject of his straightened to 35J miles. Here the current runs, abundantly blessed of fJod; in destitute portions of Nov. 21. 1857 47

l cotidition of Europe, and specially of England. I *earner Fashion, wfiich bus sailed for Nicaragua.* roinmutiientioiiH, are the result < f an iii/ierent political in the month of August, at 5 miles per hour, and our territory, cea.-o to be remembered.
The in financial sjldeim be-low 5 through the remainder of the strait, During the 1a5t summer, Brother Auld yielded
had cnt.sed decline The
; a His whole fore COIMM.S of about obliquity. hitter gentleman. U too well Notice.A
lie ImaM
men. which towards its northern extremity widens to to the earnest application of the Chure-h in Tallanassce .
in all qualhicf of cotton uffrvmn }d Q g
I Ib. The saU iu Liverpool', which !I. certainly n j to last for three or four month?, and a thousand entertains too exalte-d nn oj-inion of enlightened traversed about four degrees of hit. northward, but wider field of efulnesg, anti that he could provide e>f Ann Bailey late of Jefferson evunty, eleccaa H

I bad feature, were s-mull, only 11.000 bales for the ptand of anh-5. cliscrimiimliort of an intelligent community, to eon. t its temperature is not sensibly diminished. better for the education of his children, he be'cnme ed. are notified to present them to the andersfgaai' HadmiuistrHtor

I week, and advices from MaW-hctter were unfavorable The descend to defence of himself from so Issuing from the Strait of Florida, the pulf Stream their Pastor. Ala! t'sat' Pmtoratc was of t brief elurution. within the time pre cribe4 by law of
Fashion a
the trade. There had was heavily laden wfth freight, ungenerous runs northwaid along the shores of Florida to 31 N. In little more than a month, after he entered they will be barred; and all indebted are request*!
to been
several failures &?,, and haik-d ort Saturday ((14lh inst) for Grey an imputation., He will only remaik that, if in Int., and afterward nearly north-east along the upon his labe>rs, he was laid upon a bed of to make payment immediately.

I? in Liverpool and the Borough Bank in that city town fcjhe was ndvi-tlsedastjme Greytown Packet cither of communications which have appeared shores of Georgia and of both Cnrolinas, as far ns sickness, from which its was never to rise, until JAMES F. CARTER, Admfr.Nov. .

lud suspended. The London money market is reported for emigrant Ac., and obtained her and over hi* t-igiiature on the subject of the taxes, your Cape Hatti-ras (about s5 N. lat.) By tlfe falling carried by others His sickness! Was the sequel of 21,1837. 47-8w _
actim and unchanged. And there had been a papers has been aide fft efiscofer anything back of the coast north of Cape Ilattcra, the cur an alarming illness which confined him to his bed -
,-- regular clearances in due order. correspondent rent directs its Western edge towards the north, for several weeks after his return from the lut; Gcr.-
email ad ram-* in ContoU. Tlie news on the whole Captain Fassoux remains in >'cw Orleans. Gen tending to c ince a political 6iat on the part of the while the main tady continues its former course to erel Assembly. Five weeks he lingered in agony Negroes to Hire.

Si more favorable than was generally anticipated, eral Hcnningsen is expected this week. author, fiis mental vision mast be most hopelessly the north-cast to'a considerable eHstancc." Penny and tliea, on the 28th of October, in the 48th year <0 HIRE for the year 1 58-seven men And

at far et least M the cot ton luterett is concerned. The United States steamer Fulton in the Misrissippi distorteel. PLANTER.Qa.ftT *Cycleywedia* / ma. 29.' of his age. without knowing th*? he was dying, to T two women ; Good: Field Hand. Three of

Notwithstanding rhe 1/tavy decline, there 1 Is still a is outwitted. Froaw.tREm4tXt'TIo A4- fnrnier( description beiire urtnecessarv to our gently fell asleep iu Jesus that *e may almost jay which may be h that lie was "tninslareel, that he should not see Nor.2i,1857. 4"B
large margin in favor of the staple. The failure 5n w present purpose, !therefore omitted. death." his couch of suffering was a place for instruction

Liverpool are no doubt'hrgdy connected with the r From Kanas.r. $ or KurLovMtxT.-We have aircittlystated' The same work speaks of the. influence of this : he was so pntient, so resigned, so humble U. S. Marshall-Sale.

failures of reonttaneet from this fide the water, but LofM, Nov. 14.-Tlie Convention in Kansas that some of the factories about the country, stroonrhi language of this kind f It is ascertained eo grateful, so nticetiouafe. At the chose of a JASCAKT Nnr.

had which chased during the panic, are resuming again. that tire of therGulf Strearil period of intense agony, as abrotlicr Minister, who FIRST MOXDAT ix
their o Unt must be left to.tnoe alone to dctenniue.nnrrell mAttcrs adjourned. A proposition for the establishment region more thai of fieri facias issued from the
visited him virtue of'n writ ,
frequently, entered-the he raised Y
of a Provit'otml Government before The Albany Ji-on-Worki U to Recommence work any other part of thi Octan'-\\ subject to" very violent for
was both hands and exclaimed : "Xe>thing but thanks Clerk's office of the Unite! States Court, the.
Men fiv ri'ri. the Convention.A this week. The RenssclaerfN.( 'i'.) Works, whicli storms, which are most frequent to the North nothing but praises, thiV morning. Head the Northern District'of! rMu, wherein J. Conkliu
Vfe )h ae rtfriTed i'Je-tlcr snv the ThomnsvUleJZfporltr provisional Government had been formed with employ three hundred and fifty men, are ranking of 32 and 33 X. lot."-al>out the latitude Charles 103d Psalm." Once, during' his illness in consequence are plaintiffs; nftd J<>hn Fieemnn. is elefenJant

MorcAog. IH that' even negro men, the Gen. Calhoun as president, to go Into operation imrcediatr preparation for immediate resumption. The thirty- ton, 8. C. Professor Maury is more full as to this nf a singular dream/a dark cloud overJinded I have I lvied l upor/an will expose for isle within the
South Mass. him, and he was the of But legal hours, in fr >nt of the Courthouse door, ia
StwrtJona id Ed. two factories in North and Lee, arc' influence. He To very picture woe. ,
Broughtoo, mplcr '. use a snilor the
] say expression
property } when his friend returned to his bedside in the af-- town of Montc! llo, J frnon county, Florida, on t
d oo the Al*b nui
JTorld* tre.bf ;n!.royfd away by ncgr thdrw.JtS A rumor was current at Le r *nworth that GOT equal to four or four and a half days per wcekThamctcrize ,- the North Atlantic Ocean. The most/Know gait itt\ all clear now." That Savior, whom he loved property to-wit: the.N i of Section 33. Township

llevI thit an org&r.lt manifest in these intercsU which gives languishing ; and, ire rejoice to know, that he, who Levied oo aa the property of said Dt-fodat,
u:1i: izi tWQr between tlt S9w*nnee and Tensa.ly several hundred *cw of land for the the hope that the worst times arc over, and that which to much endanger navigation in had BO often watered others, was ]himself refreshed be sold aatisfy aid writ aceordinf to lav.E. .

'oa' $.e tJ "R.wriF' ofT-r3 Mr..LlwArd Leaver.worth .mintari' iwTr len at t t nvmlra labor will soon be fully and profitably oeenpled.fxertfe. ...'-' winter, donbtlew owe their cx'sUnce to the prcvinjhnt by living streams. B. BLACKBURN, U.S. Jf nh kl.

;.dbi4toItTla atcTh'TtA- 1g; 're- I I eold $Ci, of IromcnM rohiiBf* of wurm In (he vnriotin relations tlmt he rotUtacd, Dro l. 188T.





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HARD' TIMES Keep Your Doors Shut- SWAN & CO'S.. Lotteries. NEW GOODS- !1-1 NEW GOODS I I I, WAKULLA IRON. woiiiOw John FLFID Bull's EXmifT Componnd(

and Commission Merchants MANY of the evere colds which cause Fevers, A5D fiRILLIANT Por't F1a.. _
ry nftvct the Banks NEW SCHEME FOR THE
LEATHER TRADE stand the sme. thousand ills that flesh is i is Now Under Full Blast. ,
.LU but the This Establishment
heir to. are caused by the want of Gray's Detachable FALL AND] WINTER Colnhfnin all .nwMcal rirtne of Burdo.T.zJcwolr. *
Let those who doubt call at Door Springs. For sale bv I Capital I Prize I -- 1 n .)1

the death of Mr.Pond, Mr. Oto. S. Kixo DaulMtnu. pure> Honduras Sartaparflla.
D. E. HULL'S Nov. BUTLER & DENHAM. SINCE I all communication. therefor Wi'.t Cherry Berk is 'b.> most poiwrt* Blend Pu'trii
14. 1857. 46 I charge; .
$60,000 TRADE I ITHE relative to work &l.., should be at.dr .ed to him. I I the Jcnnwn"rH For tb. euit of eyofila! Rbe*

\fhtrr They Can be SUNNED BI Final. Winter All work coming under tie head of this business : mati'ra. (;ont. Dropay and all Chrccwha Iis.Mt, it

and variety, to suit the Supplies. --- --- -- --- will be mechanically and neatly executed I no equal.
Goods of every description ft 'HE following Scheme will be drawn by S. Swan I promptly _
and tb rackets of Purcbneera.CARRIAGES STOCK is now complete and for in- umur1ereignednowreceivin his Stock of at KB moderate a charge us price of labor, tc, will --
times OUR and open _L & Co, Managers of the Fort Gaines Academy FALL AND WINTER GOODS, I A IftJia'fu to banded dote topotttnty M fMy .-
of comprises as a good selection Lotteiy in each of ti.eir Lotteries fur November, I which wants neither.irvfiuantity. Quality or Style I I justify.This Establishment} not kept up for tie purpose to gAs hvma Family.GreatInz'terflRl.

Groceries, Hardware. Honuw-are,Tin-ware, Sad 1857, at Augusta. Georgia ta which city they have I S Emlp-aciifg for the Ladies, making money, (strange to say.) as dear bought -
lea .of removed their Office. II
Afpte.l? ) t" the present It) dlery, Crockery. Glass-ware Cooking aud Parlor Principal : experience has demooatr ited to me, it cannot be don.
Uj accommodatJ I Silk Robes a Quille, Side Stripe Delain Robes I B. "HiOil. Y
two can -
die die Stoves, Dry Goods Iron and Steel. Fur- S. I I in thin region at this branch of business-but. for the
vu IL Scat.EOCKAWAYS. tiittire. Ha*, CLASS 63, I SI Flounced, ChalJie] hat Eu- JOHN BULL'S KING! of P"'lrw
I and Caps. Boots Mud Shoes, and Brocade I I benefit of the unfortunate, who happen to I
I Yankee Notions of all sorts. I To be Dawn: b the City of -\ugu tOn., in public. I BnyadiereStripe.: Kf ben. Plui li BnrejrCMnill I, gin and such like torfpnir.li' In Tarrante-I t( Airc th. fonotflnar diieasM.t: wift-

All which we offer fur title. 1.111'' Mick .'..' ,' _' lT.. > I CT.,.;.. ,,',.1 1 Dv TT H'1c.S '.-
reject fully Or <.Vo.'tviitT. I l ; rhiu.i' Siripi! I nj\..-. Printc.l:' : .VrrlnIi.r; C.wpljiuK .tflr.r.
) .IIJIJ1..tin iu ti..u tibaolutcluecrttit I au p.'etkm ef same, bv our friends Hiid the -. '! r.rh Of.nl, Dil.i'iU.} I.ivrr C-n-pliCn! :, Dappsia.
5.. nt'.e an-1 n.C. it> puUieilcNAUGHT. S.. i 1:1: P:. !I'; P>ui'.i d J.. Tj.i'r. 11"1! ; L l-i','. ;'. < / r. u'.,.! 'J'"j. CII.o ttor.- :
tv d-i av''ay "iL! tLc : olVALICESauJ ClfiJcl': OKMOND & CO. !I ( 'I.1( Ail \i"iKL'. Ir.in" *J<,1.:: cpu >. Ji-rfJ t rf if'th (rtii:'.. 4i .1 l F- y1'', ltu-nruHtikin i in iti '.-rt b.rIP. Se-
; 'ewjrt.; Nov. 11, 1857 40 '. --i. ...j \cr'- !Bur;.. .' IJ h-ni. lTl.iiDrt; "" of T. LiDI.IWH 1 tl.i.Tit: .\111:0.1:1.. t;... i" ." 'c.On r.IAXtLES I. .e..i. Li..j..1./# -
AH] Sorts Buggies : ---- -- --- --_.- : -* j- A i";inn in t1.,- hi !....; *. fii**. Ki'r.offii: Paioter';
;;...f..I Ptiii"; -) ,NT l i.v: *. 11.( ; > f-r
ic$ "ith Tr'! and Buijirics vitbout Tt,1- i Bagging and Bop S/.dtJi. Xf/' .Ubd' -S'A: iS:T.O.V .. L-.I JM.BIIEmbroideries. A'.1' b11a. : nt l'm ti.1.' lI141 I itmit t T.II'I\t" C'4'ch'! CdJ.CamOrP.! [
\\nt-r Sra
ruz: '
; "afiii11'; i"rtI s: > r.'l ; \ '
it _
T\.rJ"I' rt.rub!
"j to itSADDLES .. : ,. SI I ;.,i. Ciis.3'.iIst. or
SL'LKIKS anjounting Uumbug .
; < ; fS. f'tnliJ. I U .. i- I .j-ki. Gri: !* IfciM, Pi;,W (trg.i 1'tli"I<. L
G UNN'V Ul.'th auii Sra Island Bagging, j THE I'lAX OFSLVGLEJfJ :: bti'p ; 1\i il.! 8o-rVt Frvrr. end all bur i I and .\'.-bfl. Ij j ___
i : R ilt-H! Cir. ilt'? .v> I lTul/hl' San Mill! i.ms.f!
Kentucky Rope auJ Twitir. ---- ------- -- .. l1u. incdifii h
1' : i.V KIM. 5. )h"f..r (..rnt they may .p.mr. >*
A .I '. end for n.tle hv -i'JO t I''ilZ: : fh ittill Gentle. ('irr-Ur: nd L"-if.f[ Sar'a. .I*..
:; bloOd tUP j ? ; : lwn rH ;' the nb.Mittlire veau. II rod has rt.li.1" -
Valcnoi'ii. Mjltc : pi-.rilic
i ', ansi! B'lhoa I rtr
f, the Roman :i Jc o r.re. ,ie.. (-.. (-"ern'.h: : 1. pt on H..r! !*,t nj (>n :I'.ffrtNotie
r 'v
j jj
.,irpeiM5ugh pnndzuUbptflti1 AUGhT. un iO\D A CO. all .rhtr simsLr
t NEAKLT 0NE PKIZE: TO LVEKV: KIXE I : TICKEKToI7iui: ') miJe< n:urrtri: in i|>At time luau -
('1 Mnall caougL fur a fcutk-mau i.j .'."'' l. (}. 14.1S57. 46 i. -" -- - I;(. 'ifrIiE.1': : AN'D'IKIMMINd: RIP.LONS.: : *. J Ju i 1.111'1\: j. t'' f.I I-.. f T ..iIh..f"WI e.timl.iu-tt.' F'.r r.!. .. I"\ft. Jcirs

: ] 1r'm Ti1Ii ptt. I .11.:1 (,'.\II zciT .-ii.w : : 1'1.,. 11'1I1t"I.i ,!wouMul'ocnll] I ihe attc'itii.n t lh-, \Vi.ik, in tlii; I.:... U,.,, up liiblo: wt\ I,ifjttcb.IN.'i'jj [.11'f..I'to.. !ttt"14_ ,,:I.J"p'f.! iu L..r.""':ilv! ":J 2Co ,.."?

I 1'.l1lic'n'r.," to i.i-, lir ft. ansI (''' Siu-k ii4m. rOcnl. I I : .t-M. ;:..11:1: Eii-, '' "i M; *, l'c-'tutR'r.-: .. 'U'.II
Portable Forge. Tt) ror. PIt'\Wi r.'CtI11:1::\1' 11 M'Vl ::lIu : ; "pd. .
BRIDLES ; 'ntl.i. 1'.11!t ::11..1 l lVi i: I I..r Cl"llijp; h IIIMii-;;. 'ii' S tLJ J -?** j 3!Ji ::' r t tV vrCviini! - -p- IS
I : M.iehine. B.t itig. Machnj.', 1 J'ri1.t' of. .!fiO.u : 5 l'iize. of l( ,l\\ f't"t ;I' 1"f.! IC'. UJ CtJU .
MOUTIUING G 'nB and! Y"'ltI.4 Full end \Vijfr: i wr: i?a..e oq.[ I i-p. ;JJE. John Ball's
Ofni: .w pjle8. strong eiii-ugh to puide an ir.ijM.rte1 I : ... >Kat C-itttr-. 1" :!5J100' : ;, l'O :1hfI.I l'III'Hi'l.I wotk d"le: at tl .
ArahLn. (>r sufficiently graceful t'ruiiijcntthe Corn Sbeller self } 1 h . 1O.CCJO i 5 . ; tl._ : : :;. :np .;:.,I r ..tI;'jli.fViIJ l Cbwtr aeiataie ..re
*, hntting' Hinte Lncll-! t.
Secretary'riom.. i: et. Ac.. &(. UUTLLR pile A DENUAMNov. 1" ';.(0110' '( 5 .. .. (r.(0 )"S AM sJIuPLANTATION; !... 1 r..1! .It C'LLA /i'(.r H'(I:1{". fir C..L\CL". Cuja iI.J llli"lI4'o.d! fir tL.1 1 h.at sal

!! 31artinal.i. Il1t1j 1I1.b'rIId i li, Hr,7. -JS 1 . 5'OO( ) :0 : 500 i GOOS, -..- 1.11'1' ..

fliriIe Leather Beltiuc. C.ilf Ln.ing and &!icep 6Lus.Tr _.___Q___- -.------- ---- I 1 . .u.,:.(.'0))) .J",, . .t 100 I Kcrsf\s_ ofpvtry k.ui!, Hli; : !it.j nnd l Ucpo, Hut Hire Coxics the i\rit I/nporifiat Thin:. ,--f: by A rE5.Lt.ELY.L.uUtiii. aIJ New. T..1I.bU6l Turk.
j 1" . 1.60(' ; 1 If.1I) to . 1 150 Piiueip.il tfice*- r
I Stripes. Dh".I.! .
1.1un.lilUft1t': nkc that, can ID'-l convey 1Ifavtgaut the:para of c-" i .( r- r. 1.00l'' :!: t) 100 'sltmihorotig S.ii".c=5 rr. i Riiie'nn! 1 I H: i-k Hh-,." PAY PAY! PAY June .. ',-'. j 28m 1 r-i-JUT m-t i *C""* I,.

tiUH .'L Car .,. : i .Approrirndztri-m I'ri'. I J'Lli") *, LiJ..-:\ p md E,-m.'r, ,J".I. V---:: will! *"!iJ to N.-w Ici k. PI.iLdclphia. B.il-! --

q. p-'t Lr. <>f ail file*. and the tiiubt :1" j\ I t J'rcfl oi I tno' nppro'J. to O.OOu rriz., m' ?I..tOi ,. n.\\) C'U"I.!) .% ...iirili-; Virgimu: idi W..c.:1:! I.itn-. i ", t.ii..if.: fii-1! h.ne w q''tk? d"W, \.jtii'1t fr a lu'-int-nt UnitedStates! Mail Liritfrno

prt".l .t':1cr l \ i 1 :300" 25 ('01) 1'joO' i i4 J J4-4 bn.w.j'ail; bieachWool /L.l5, dri'rtiiuii? nf oii-iJif, !, but here .t home, s here tl) 'I e are -
l -
UmTi :11,1! InJia Rub:>cr Steam ckitur. Uprter : I II .. OO" 1 0.0(10, ) 8w' 1 e"l d"W! licn, Str,!l. Trap: ciil JTani;}/. i !'", Htiiik, or B nxifi: f'l'ililil.I'r surplus enpitul.nu t

I/-utlcr and Lacing for cauia,t' (not fur Ladies) \ I I 4" 1 5 4' 7clOt)) 500 ,: I Brown; amid Mt-iicl.td; Siit-c L'mnjiletc! a--i itintiit 1 ifli want I. 'J. S, 4 xiid, 6 \ fOnr"t..ht.. and then require NEWORLEANSTOICT 'ETAD
11 1l to lide! from tot'i to 5-00 mil.! ? for and probably -
-ALSO- I r I 4 4 100 to f.OOO" 400 : ,tI. 2lirdarc.; ; "lit pay. .5 t.
f \ 4" 'j S Co t.WO h \110 CARPETING ultimately; ocp'-iiil from !10' to Si per cent of LYT1JJIEDI.1.E'FRORWA PORTSI

ForaJ ;rgJi*. Cotlou V/agjoua, and other lirtds of 4 4". 51) 1,500" amount in collecting; I I. thi- Ii..I.t') ? I r. this en"a1r'
t 4 } : I TIn:..'.:-. TIll,-,- Ply; and Ingrain Ci.rjx'is: Home f ll ,, be Cl.'I'ftCTtlf118: IRa t '
Rfti'ijy hi'lustrj cauou rpriioJ
Trjt7t7O.V5. i 5pj pril'1 d 20 tae. . . . .10tJ/Jl1J I I5.4O : I
.:.f.t.\ \. II P.irK Ru c and door Ma 11:1. that It does r--t! thrive.iraiigfinents .7'E.L1Efl ISABEL
SEWING MACHINES ----.. I --I A I1l f the, aIH'Vt nH'ni"ncolllrlic1c will sold !
r" 'I"\.2 : )!, tf 1.1 inu-t he made for :! tefuradeliu.r'
}! ." J'izt-I to. . . . paytnei
( 't'n r"ta I JmfHllilg 3 0.lOO nile
,. .. _' i us good tennis He can be bvn )htf nnBlOuse IIou in tl. Fva 1I. 1'.''U AXU atiatcsio-f it rtr30UTKEU.H .
Of : kin i If. niatj-'factnied by \urLLtu i W1LF" < ':'\. .;.-.''. "4' UPO pf work tliritiixh some !e is place, t -
r.< I -.I" \
; WHOLE TICIUTo ; HALVES5 ; QUAETLUS i L i ii the Cit-. I -- '.._ --
.f Ntw Y(rk.! .St. "arkf, IIr Tuflubzicsee-tLat tn far eaough'froii : :
-' .,'- D. C. WILSON horr.e. ; .
;-jf C'H and jrjmiiif them. JgZ : Ames & Lively, }'Lo :< or TUP.Tl.c J. J TY.. i I Oct. 17, : &r'. 42 i You mil 7 be ffrfd.ut) we ciUrl run after cur 1 ;: ..

Tba'-e. \a.'mt'1: :1. H- 47 T-1 AVE i il"t: I icct.!ived the iollowii'jr, I.uge firid! well I -- hard *-aruititc9 in the Dpartm\nt. Besides when i SteamshipCompa
Numbeirt front i .
J. 1 F-.1. ct-I! ) s5B--itn"-nt! ..f BIU'5Hr.whi."h, m- NuniLcts tin-to tO/,00,:'I'r.'p1i.g' i. 78,000 Havana I,. Labor i iil credited out parties try bard to m.ike tliemsclv i
with ILo
td Segars.OF
I ( n >!
> Ticket.pi:
( (42 .
"It! r.1 Air sale on aa I ii-n-"on.bi l t.-nos! call: IK affmded separate *& believe it is nut half duue", because the owe OF NXV ORLLL i.
Notice. :. in 1,11SIIutht'rn MaiLc-t, viz: I clips! (,f pajn-r. r.lr; fii'nrcled! wilh Hualltin I I tubes the, fxllowint; favorite brands, now in Store f.'rit.: i i .iken the, mail contract fur abovepoits.

IX M"'i1h aftei date we thf' ITl1"f" nd adI. Puint Iiu-l.:. ". ginund from 0 to OOOfiOO.'i. nnd pl't'H-.l in une t\ lu$,'!! I Iud f .r ,alt-1 I y A .tl ES & Ln'EI.Y. I DANIEL LADD. HAVING u tw,. 1II'L class Sea Steamers ngclarl/
c TLe fiist 4 t;2 piiz'-i": (-iii'i'urly I 1I.t( I :nl 1 encircled 4"M( ( Yfiniir America, I
f : jiiiislrai"ri of &!'e E.til. u,if John) Smith. .1.! .-. tio cK C pj>"i bound from No. 1 to 6, arc placed) iu :nnolhci '.hl.} 3i.00 Ho Napkr! I New P.r .luly 11, I8i7. 2STaylor's i twice a ''&n:L, meeting in the Spanish" Hole on tL.

.. ht. *.f flad-jeii c<.hi>ty. will |J""f..t.ur I1n,1at"l'Ulits Wl.ite V..i,-h tlrusht'f, (t1 The vrhci-li ifvolvid und
are n. i is 8000 El M-t'ii Neva Lt.ndres, I
and vourhei> t" the II.". Jn.c! .- 01 Pn.bit, !, .Vin.loT.- c'-) 1-'1..1' ,!,iSli 1 i THE STEAUEK SPAA T" '
drawn fioin th" wheel of Xunil.yir.i.d ni the satne 6UOO)( ( Kinprvr-s: Eugenia Cotton Gins. : Swill
.f baiJ 'JtII atll I -i-k to O" <'r "li.c). Tiie fi'iOO' Ln Iflcta?. leav New Port in the morniFp, and 2t. Murk
II St :t Il.K't Rfit'' Buhen! have hand GinA of and
t "V\rE on 40. Saws 1
I Number ntid Piizc drwu out i\ie "-pi''d und; oxliilited \- : 40UO 01.1! 1 Figaro. I i terminus on the ttrnval j.f the Cars fa-ni T"nlil.Aw- 5-
SMITH'itlm's (!J..J not dolloipf T T aol deliver th either !l. X.wI
OHN II can -ii i to th? aunicnoe( anti rt-i-tcrcd bv the Cummisfuincis i t :Jnuo( Mcri Murrn! taking mail pa4Sk'nri. bapjrasta and frvight'tu .,& : 21. Iff/7. 47-5-i J Jlair PeA: l'r :tin rd and pjii! ; port at $:.5'') Saw, payablt1st January r
xt. .
or. per
Q 3:1.; tinPrire .
; b"ipInct'a npi'nsf the numbrrrH }loOO' La Fi'vouriti, from the Steamer,and rell flg in Scauo for the ftenif
j T'-1111. hair ad Na.l I5rusl.es ir.
-- ----- ---- t ;: gieat.aiitty,
----- 1'if.ti.t" .1- do I '.iOO; A/..<-8-les Kivas, -.LIO- *"n train. I .

Kotice.ON ;: Horstiio re-h: GVCR. I :ire dnl"U'; !I loon'j L-i Fontica I Brown's Washing Muchinpa," mad &t Columbus, The travelling public: can now rest assured that thi. -
I The two arid VLOO ill:I On:: HOPKINS & UIIGl: = dt-trred and frequently attempted taron&ica- I II
the fiirt :.Y.ml, : :::v i i-i .Jam\rv. v.ill !bc so1.!.I b.- ; Win! l"'urJ ilcleil l ru 1H't. APJr : prccp.lin. : Ie : Georgia. :;TsS. Agtnu Lr.g
tI.t'-two succ.*.Hlinr! Numbers to those the Re aliu Lnuurei. I! 8. 1S57. S2 tiot to and from the above j is in ucb hand
f.fetiit Courti"KJ! : -_ -P.tsingers
fitxt, 7 Piizt6iil! lot t-ntitled the ( _, ,._ -
to 2 ApproM'mition I !1 ) EU'CCion. to warrant success.
'Iio 1i- .I"ltt -ld permanency
iij: ni'y'ws. viz: ( n ir: ir fi'ty! "":ir! < : n JK.IJU.I P.fH.f doj I
C Prize Foi, example : if Ticket No. 11250 Oct. 17. lb 7. 12 i : having slave servants must see t
t\r.i j Ciii-ii. his wif>. &hmil f':ty jiarold.: belonging j j Handle Scr ib diawa the t f".()(tmmi) Piizc. tln,?c Tickets numbered __ u, -- ---------- clearing them at the Custom House before goiii< o.a
.tr.f} Ja.l ; i f
C-Ute .l! J"'ii S-uitli.
i.-n eoju 'I
tic! tl.e < PiMinnh nn.l l Laekeiin fio BALES
11J41124V.! I 1 12il 1. n ::!52. wi!! each lie entitled! t-> SalfSalt; 9 0 good Southern Hay per Bark II. L. .
S-n to be 0'01]ld for .Ii'i"iou. I
t.*. tJtC..1J. : 1' iisrr ?400. Ticket X.,. [,"I u draws the ?Z5ltlO( <> Prize I Al.o l 1"01. after Eaggnge yourself.
THOMAS R. SMITH J C-unel'i. Jl.i'r! and lngcra! blenders: WEST arid I hand! and for sal. 20 Bbis. fresb Trjih your
Adintz. Liverpool on I Potatoes, just received I
JOHN H. -isiITI1.. f th'.se Tii-kctH numbtred :48. tffo; !.52, will each KEY per t For muitber particul-ir Apply to'
t. ; do do! Penils.Shaving McNA UH I1T, 0RMOND & CO. Scb'. Wild Pigeo.'.
be entitled to *SQO, aud I O en according to the above DANIEL LADD
N,"'. IJ.lBrt. '-tds ; Bru; 1it'-B.1\It"f. Buffalo and Hribl, I I II Xl'wpnrt..14, 1&57. 46 KcXAUGHT ORMOND d Co. ;
ll.n scheme. I i New Port, FIa, July 11, 1857. 23
OOTegether I.! Th5,000 Priiesif ?20, will be determined by the, Newport Spt, l-j: 1&57. 37
: I _
Notice wiil, ic-t ..f Paints and Painters Ma SouthwesrIiRai
a larg.:
It.ds.. \ 1-ist Cyrel t..t" .umba that draws the! tj, ..OOOi Road i i FULTON FOUNDRY
i LL pfr".'t.s ..a iiit le-inu.s! I ..in5t tie estaU-of i Prirc.; For ex.impl". ii the Number cilining! the Ban.k.i Co-Partnership Notice. ,

:\ M-ij-'r SUre-: Lit.r.f: Jflferh e-'Ui.U. ,'.- Nov. !4. IS5V.; 41 !: GI.PIJII Prize omU with T O. 1. then all tho. Tlck'lg.I nE: SUBSCRIBERS continue tnke bills of tie rJ"'IIZ| undersigned Lare this; day entered i icto a oo I Ta11ah.asseei F1a
- -- ---- -- i
cci.-o.,; v.il': tak !,".:>'. thnt :Jln-v i..ust jin-M-iit them 1 vh've the >'-. end in 1, \\iil i OP untied to :O. If rrI : p In the lIE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the
: above BANK in of Gundt of every
1<> tIll 'l-isfcnwl. .lul\ M.I::. -.tic.T.-d, viUi'n the till _.r._, ,. -" "- .J ik j the No. en-is! "itli No 2. then all the Tickets where : kind. payment BUTLER A: DENUAM. : WHOLESALERETAIL rrl public that they have associated tham.lru la

1)MIjb.(1) i! lij law. ,-r t'.v; ; v ill be plcn-l j in bar : _- -' t'H.r"_t _. .r. ; the No. ends in 2 will be entitle to *20, and so onto : Oct. I 7. 1857. 42 I DR.B'USJ:1\TESS. busiuebs, under the name and style of
!.fIrjt "('''''1\ ; Mi-5 all p*';!"n* in,lt-Lie.l to s;.idcsta'.eajclw ) ; i 0. .
- -- --------- -
:: *)} u.'t.ii.l: t. r.i'. -c inne-jLte pay FLORIDA BAIL ROAD I Ccrtincatrs:: if Psolca:fp will; t-c so-! e.t! the follow- under the name and style of I I Cardy, Baya & Co.,

I leI t luvrttf to lL<- un
: :in-A srni.is Adu.ix. : I! C'.rtificatefi of Pilrkaof 10 Vv'holt Ti-k- !: and are to execute all kind yf
i.i. ?SU !
I' ; 1 villiaa: -g-i'uly: ac'" r.n.j t" lie fS. !luwl:';; : I LIKELY: Youn' Mul prepared
- -
N.\-2: 1!."." 47-Sw I.C',"::'"'. 'II : "' 10 i Half "' 40 : () -. LSOA I work appertaining to this business. Steam EngiilMfurnisb

-.- .- Lqr"j : llI int ('\frT di'v.! Sun I.IVH; <-xrepfe
PANIC ISI PANIC'!' : Mt i.ha. nrtive at' '';..1 Ri hixty-t-ron/'e! : : :: ;, 'I. 10 Eighth '. .10 KU.BEURY.Auc.itc. : andpatrsns) at the oltTstand D.H Ames, I Miila Rid Casting. of all kinds made with
1., Tickets 1 i here t'lpy will keep a full and general neatness aud! h. hatS awl estimates furnishedof
(\erv. 11._y. :il '-. r,. ra. ; In or.l'rjnj cr Certiiicttef! enclose the O...:10, ]"5'i. 41 I diipat
--- t to a'J.lrebs for the TieJ.tts: scrtmentof Art'clesrtppertainintrto! their I all kinds of Machinery and Tb. .
in-'r.< our ; reJ. Enginaeriflg.
Leave TuJl !{i.h e ever day, at1 : m, arri:t at } on re- - -- ---- -- ----- ----- ,
71' ?i wl-i: v..i.t Ht.:!'> i.oia..r\ trto dkull it ., Fcrnii flliflt) : nt-fl m.C.tl !j t't'it] ,.f which: 1 thy will be forwarded! by fJ3t! mail. Fall and Winter Goods. i uc of busiut-BS I). II. AMES, I are also sole agents for Hoard it Sons Steam Engine

\ Y ri'-r'-h-i1-".; a Ticket i iu ni'? in! With teenier" fit Fernandiiia ffr CharIfRtujj j Purcha* (MU Lave tickets cmi.ig! is au\ figure they ; M. LIVELY. I I for Giuning CwttoQ. Grinding and Sawing, and Har -

ANDERSON & SOX'SLOTTERY : -1 2.iVAiiab. niiJ with the Stnavs at lialdwin I. miy d'i:n.it1. rI1JIE SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving their! JanuaryIlS.1 1 I rison's Giut Mills fur steam or horse power.

4 and Trail RiJge fur TalltlHu.11) points i I The! List c.f Driwn NuniU-i" and Prizts will be : JL supply of :,I -- -- -- ----- ------- I JOSEPH CARDY.

in la: .t t Fh-iiJa. C'E.V.) CALL.Peeret..ry :. sent t tn pim-ha ers iuniedi.ttey: : alter J.e drawinp.I3T" ; ; FALL AND WINTCll CSOOOS GARDEN SEEDS S WILLIAM BAY A.

I I"Iri'la 1 h.n R. Compa:>y.Nor. : I'urcLust ra \\ilp't-a! "p wri'!<; their signature I from New York, consisting (f : UTA BAOA.lUdTcp, and rJmly Dutch Tur- I JOHN CARDY.
ON Tit U U.VVAVA I'LfiX MNCLE M'MUKKS.i ; 14. ltv.7. 40ESTATE i, plain- -and) give 'heir Post ('fiice. County am! Stsite.f : Pry) Gooii.-! Hiir.jwa'e.; Crockery Groceries, n nip seed, together with Cabbage, Beet, Radish i May SO. :;'. 22-ly

r % Rf-mi'iiibt-r tii:t eve ry Puze is drawn and! i ,11alE'p B.>ot?. Shoes! ic.! and other Seed fir !
JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY lOlTEEYIT OF 1 psyjil'l'1 ill fall without de.luction.J .' Hats & Caps.
ill ho
t wii! :<.h v ?< ?! nt moderate iricc. i PLANTING I
: : f" All prizes of ?! .000 ao-1 under pr.i-i) in.rnc- I, G. J J. MEGINNlbi.Cct. FAIL I

..1UTJj'jLlTFTJF_ FTATL OF GEO. John G. Gunn, Deceased i. diately after tl.e drmillJ:1Jl.r' prize; ? rot the 1 usualtime l : 10( It'iT. .tl- ?t Just Received per Baik Ji. If. Gambit. ThA.FlNEaeoonlmentofHATS&fYAPS, fliHODGKISS M
h ,. I For sale AMES 4 LIVELY
1 LL I'clio'.n") i"J..I..t! l to the aid } -tate, by f (bitty d.ijs.All -- by: SCOTT POOLE.
CLASS BE I mnciiatione: ijfitleiithl.) xr.r S .. 19. IccT. S3 ,
f ;i- OPEN ACCOUNT: are n-quirod] to elo.e the : strictly c"' sToRL-EWGOODL .f' 19. 1857. 38
D"aluctti,}} : ',:!i I. l -.",'. :t Aru'013* II..!!, SLta. b Note ,.f"rc the first day : Address Orders/ fir TItketi.; or C. ,tifil.:lea I'j --+- : ------ -- --- Sep.
panic } or pl n1Plt. on or ;
r !: .h. G i nir: .1 'e. -" ,ri: slp-rintu.kmc of W. Januivry ii'-xt, and thoc tnJ otc I by JCcte, are $. SWAN & CO., August, Ga.T : WEBER DANNHEILTER,' Plantation Goods &
U itvmuiie' E-q. '. ; .j. ".'1. I'i. .;'.--. TCapitaf Boys & Gents .
I -i. expected. to piy or Batifcfactonly. arrange the same ,' : Pt'i'hons: rpsnimp near Montgomery Ala.. r | GROCERIES. r-' -
-- -- "I'.I;) I 1 I l.e 'IIU1Pttl'u.1. AtUn'a (> Prize 865,000 ; All iMites and accounts h'ingw'r after 'that) day time, by ad.Jresbing b. Swan J. Co., jit eitl.cr of those I LANKETS. Kerseys, Linseya.! Flannels) O.naJD "
; f AND DKALE&S IX : KOssctta and Plantation I / and
I will b'3 in of collection The law, ;i. cities.I ( bergs. She.tiniB. Sh'rt'ngi, see our Stock. It in hirge and well ..
placed process RE.4.f r-JL1/JE CLOTI1IXG !1 also! lurgt Stock of GROOK ; \J lected. HODGKISS SCOTT 4
Improven'ent3 a POOLE.
Tickets 5 2 60. and A Ii-t of thc :1.u.h: that drawn fr :
$10 ; Halves ; Quarters ijives h. the Hrecutors no 'Jlsrfttirm; they cp.nnot y : nr? '.m 4PloridaReports
._ ; RIES just being received per Gamble and Hcmin.I .- I Sept 19. 1S57. 38 .
-- -- c.niEeiit to a-bumc any phonal tespihfiibility bin. the} wheel with the nrcouiit of the Puzo that .>Bchrs AlJi _

I4 zvs P.-ivaUc. Without Deduction.O Julrerr**. : "> entitled to, will be public-bed after t\vr> draw- i, GENTLEMENS' FURNISHING GOODS, t ton. HODGKISS SCOTT Jt POOLE.OTININE !
I i
1 1 S:i. 38
William S. Gi.r.n, one (,i the Exc'utor"m attend ill:, in tim following papers* Auj.isrH: : (Ge, ) Couititutioiialiiit i _! -- -- -Se-pt.--- /
-- -
: 2-.IQJ Numbers! 5,2S Prizes': at t ihtf old) cf.untiiig r
po..c making /pettleujen'. : Ch.a"litou i-'lan-l.rl.: XIi*- .>ilk Oazttte, Atlao"a ]n- I! rfIIE Stoie n-xt to Me'ssr?. 0. & J. Mrginm's ji I'I J .

S C II E -'f i' : V.'ll. S. GI'NN, ) Lit. :: telligt-ijcer. Nci' .York \ccllr D.iyi'wk; :"'.mliah I: .. a well selected Stock of Fall and Winter TUST received 800 Ocxcts Slllpll Quinine I Sept 5, 1857. SC .

nrztt..r. ... .. .. .. .9". 0 ioo' i C.U.DrPONT, )f r3. : 'I"rl'i'lgniehnwuc Di"'uilu!,, New York Dis- Coeds, suitable for : ,' Brand, together with great varietyof I --- -

1" .. .. .. . . L.tl( l' Qj'uicy, ..ui, ]1G57.;;; 45 1 jiatch, and Pauldiug! (Mi*>a ) Clii j Nov. 14, 1657. August 6, 1857. 32
10.000 --- -- -- -- -- -- -- | 4G1yWant _
1 I __ ___________ .
I and Cloth Cas. u
iu of French
------ -- English JUST RECEIVk1i
5.0OT i sonsustuig paI f
1. ._.. STATE FLORIDA im
1" .. 4 COO : .. .rIt'ff&s. _.. ;; d---- | eiruerpe nnd vestiiigs of the latest style and best qualI ; & From New York, aI I NE\V .4 riOTE.

1" ._ "I."i 2M'o ; "-' ; I IiI)', which they are prepared to make up to order in BOoiS & ? .5-(

3 ". 1,( .V'J.> .".",00 I: .-.- ._:. !j A TID"i WOMAN to attend to the tlsiliea of a ; a workmanlike and fashionable manner, and on RA- I PER BRIG KEMlXGTOtf DORE-A Stroller in Euror* -

5 .. iGO. 2.600 !i hom.r. and cook for a siuall family. Liberal j foSABLE TERMS. Also. good assortment of i RUSHED Sugar, Onion',! EL GRINGO-Travels In Mexico ;

:00" .. ..-_ 100 . 10,000' j. Proclamation for a Day of Thanksgiving i wngea giv'-u. A white woman prcfencd. I READ'.1t ADE CLOTHING, Loaf *' lib Coffee DR. KANE'S Arctic Esjdiliou J ; -

IM to 5.000 I BY MADISON S. PERRY, I A t f> oI i consisting of Fine Black and Colored Cloth Frock I"owtli'red" Java MEMOIR of S. S. Preuflss. Speeches &t .

:; jo *r O. 9 .OOi I I"I (;OVEKNOK OF FLORIDA."TTTHEREAS. I One hundred tons of old Cat-t Irun. Highest cabh i Coals, Fancy: Cussimere, Business Coats, Black and i Bee Hive Syrup Starch TIlE DAYS of my life-A noruf b/1124

.. AjiproxiciatloLs-: *'."co 'i iSfc5 1! prices gi\LU. Apply] at the I Colored Italians and Ovet Con Black and Fancy J I Dried! Apples, Soap, author of Margaret and Zaidee ; .
It is and for States ISABEL
anI Rice A
rijrht proper I Pepper novel -
-- I lTL TOX FOUNDRY. Domkin and] Caseimerc Pants Figured Grenadine i ;
." Pilzesaniuui.tiagto.$225,260 I! T well individual!. to return thank to Almighty I I Nov. 7, 187. 45-tf ; and Fancy. Silk and Ca&simere S ests.I I White Beans, Ginger ARTISTS WIFE-A DOTel-

God, fir his m"II.1,1l: U"-fin 9 bud mercies.And .. -- I Fulton Market Beef, Alepice.Saleratis VASCONSELOS new cove

Kjs.k Notes of soubd Baukh taken at par. ; u hi feat, The 4h Thursday 1:1: November has i I --ALSO- Sweet 0:1 J, by Simuna% dc. :,. ,

t C',(.'ka on New York emitted for prizes. ; : ken by uagp and cu--toni I. adopted y most ( f the AMBROTYPES A pood il&. tment of black and fancy silk cravats l. Sods! Sperm Cr.ndlei, McDOUGALL 4 HOBBY.

< Diawingstf L: rge Clauii-b will be pib.Viied!; :r.- tales of this Ui.ion, at a day of Thmk"'il1 ; and AND MELAINOTYPES, I and tie, shirts meiino. silkjiud: cotton under shirts, Put Ash, Adcnaritine Candles, July! 4,:.7. .-...27 .

jlurk nnd New Orleans Sunday papers and j: in rdr that: said diy may be observed with uniformity I collars sock, gloves, i'C. Maccaroul, Green Peas, -

CLai'r-j nnd Savaiinah Dailies.Addiew throiiirhout! the Ui.iled States; 'Jlartfare, j i T.\I .: BAILEY.. The subscribers are new beginncis and not entirely i Mace, Asparagus Saw Mill & Mill Site, Nfear 'taW 1

orders for tickets or Certificates of Packages :, "I. MAUISON S. PERRY, do by.this, my public I Rooms orcr Barnard's Dntg Siorc.j unknown to the community, and they pledge Pickles asrorteJ Tomatoes. .. PofSale. .
of Tickets to '' proclamation set nsi.le Thursday the 2Gth day of -- themselves to give satisfaction to all who may favor Yeast Powder Current Jelly, I .

ANDERSON i SON, 2Iana;trt. ]:. Nov..nbcr} as a day of Publ'C Tbauksgivng. and re- j! rl"'HE Rooms have L:7hJong'hl; refitted and j, them with their patronage. Matches, Lobsters.A pUE MILL SITE, togetheith a new SAW

Macon or Sat'auuah, Ga. ectfully ask the Clergy of all religious demooinatio'is I L -are how in excellent condition, for the purpose J. WEBER, LSOA MILL complete, ready forruiining, withiu fivi-
'I to upeu thei Houses of W oll, l) p, and deliveraddnbfee. I miles of town.knuwn as the Munsoo and
: ;. 47 (Fi'sriied. The Public! are invited to call. i L. D\ HEnfER. general assortment! of Teas. more recently
__ suited t1'ueb an occasion and the i the Richard's Mills
lequest : Get. i is now offered at
31 1857. 44 a bnrgaio.10
CButter !I good p ople (,f the State to lay aside their usual j: Sept. ?6, 1857. S -- -
and Buckwheat. I --- -- -- -- ------- -- --- by at
avoesttioiis and join in the icligious! exeicises of the Nathaniel Hainlen An extensive assortim-ut of awoitetl CANDY. taching a small engine for a dry time affording i the

TEa ASA FISH. i I day. i I Mantillas, Cloaks, & '. For sale by R. II. BERRY. very best chance about Tallahju-sc) for economically -

i 40 Eighth' bbl. Buckwheat, j I 1-1 testimony: whereof, I have hereunto set my i COMMISSION MERCHANT, I lined and unlined Sept. 26. 1857. SO producing lumber. The pond being Jarfce and entirely -
do 1 hand and caused be aQixed the sealL. ryiALMAS
20 Quarter do I to pieat surrounded by a good timber
10 Kegs Gosben Butter. L. B.] of the State. Done at the Cnpitol in the cityof I No. 38 PoydrtsSt.i\ew Orleans. j JL Printed da with Plush Hoods dji iETNA a very economical method very of getting region stock cat afford.to, I

ALSO 60 boxes Euglwb Dairy ChCf'IIe.p |I Tullahis'ee. this 3rd day of November, A. I -0- ; S the ponds facilities fur providing stock, the: locationi

? rl\n.1tbv !>? H. HERRI. D., 1857. 1 I Refers to Gov. James E. Broomc TullaLarst-o, i liaiquu Clonke INSURANCE CONPANY I' nearer towu by 2 or 8 miles Iran mill site tll-

November" 14, 657.. 4 7 MADISON S. PERRY. j George K. Walker I->q", Zo-iave Wrnpper, be foucd. any-
__ ___ -__ _____ -____ _. __ __ I Governor of Florida. Gen. Win. Bailey, Jtffercon county, 1 Moire and Cloth Cloaks I OF HARTFORD."lncorpoMtfd o.' "
I Velvet do By calling on Mr. J. Richard's (former owner) on
Something Good By the Governor- n.'t : T. ,T. Lint u, 1aI.. h 'S Rich -0 I the lank Road, further information b '
I Sable Black and Brown Sabfe Fur Setts any can hatf'
I f.' L. VILLEPIOUE, Secretary of State. 1. G Putnam thq.. Madison IfI of
arrive few i Children's Fur arid Cloaks. j in 1S19.-Charter: Perpetual. wr DANIEL LADD Newport.
and expected to a Tippr-ta
the dally
: 45-3t Diiuiel lie'.l. Hamilton
ON way. Nov ', 1857. HMJ.{ Sept. 6, 1857. 36.
Barfela Loch Sue Herrings. !i BUTLER ii DENHAM.
half genuine -- -- -- Steele, .
j --- --- ---- --- --- I Augustus liq. LevyJ. -- *
I Hl 7. 4? I CASH CAPITAL, ,000,000. t -5-- _:
Oct. 17.
-ALSO- Seed Rye and Oats. J. S jt.1Ii1lgEMI. Gadsdcn! -- -- ; Tallahassee SashaidB1jnd"

; One puncheon pure Scotch Wiskey. Those who I: Sub ciiber will have at Mr. U. C WILSI.N'M I E.:: Remington llscj.} ThomaHrille (3co.Oct. TotheLadies of Tallahassee. INSURE AGAINST LOS3 AND DAMAGE BY FIRE, .OTOa.

i- can appreciate, will take due notice. tc_ -------
& CO 1 1X RYE. and two kinds of OATS, for sale-the BLACK AND CONSISTENT: WITH THE LAWS THE undersigned adopts this method onormnff!

rt. Nov. 14, 18:7. 46 OAT,a fiue heavy Iornin cultivated here, for a numberof Butler & Denham R DAVIS through the kindness of whole- OF COMPENSATION public, that he hat r recommenced the above

? __ _____ j; ,eara, and the WHITE WINTER OAT. lately introduced 4 RE now opening their FALL and WINTER MRS.i and fubhionable establishments iu Charleston 13. C. LEWIS, Agent, business in th t city .of-.TallahaMee. aud would tq J

NOTICE. here from the Mo intains of Virgina. The Jl\ STYLES which. comprise a complete and varied and Mrs. M. A. Howlund of Macon, has.been enabled pleased to receive the patronage of his frie d... Shop ,

latter wed from the first September. to the fifteenth assortment in every department. In the Silk nnd replace the well selected stock of Bonnets, S For T&llahasse and vicinity. at the Rail Road' Depot. I. W. BOWEN

THE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of tbe November.* I have little doubt would make su eri- Dr..u department will be found some of the most Ribbons tc., dc.'rhicb she lost on board of the August 15, 16157. 33 March. 7, &7. lo ,

and Georgia: RjiH Road Company It is beautiful and Steamship Southerner in the awful gale encountered .
I sowed elegant,
or winter pasture, to anything ever saw.
iill take place at is Silk Robes, a recent voyage from New York to Congress Water. CIGARS LARGE lot just r.
in Virginia, after the wheat seeding through Sidextripcd upon (".d .. ., .
XontinUo the Wednesday Dtcetaler, 1857, Her clock of goods will be fre- byMtrcli21.
1st dark Savann h. fancy
on to be hardy and produces Flounced grour'd,
with. It
appears very FRESH luppljult received and for sale by ilcDOUGvALL & HOBBT. .
u per resolution at their last annual meeting.F. more 'Utde than any small grain I nm acquaintedwith. do bright ceived and opened for inspection by Friday next, A AMES b LIVELY ,'o7. 12Corn. "
Solid Color Moire when she will with pleasure wait her customers. _
instead upou
II.FLAGO, Secretary. I am sowing it now for winter grazing Antique, Sept 19, 1857. 38 ,
_Xov. 14I57. 4 -ut of Rye. and am pureuaded it will be much better. I Black do do September 26, 1867 89 -.7:

Orange Hill Land TaHahasMse! Nov. '. IS5'1. J. W.DABNEY.4 5 Flounced Delaine Robes Berage u ,Baize wine, colored, -- Ladies Dress Goods. Shoes Shoes Shoes !I t !. 1000 BUSHELS CORN for tal* by J 5 '.

--- Together with a fine asanrtmeut of Black Silks, T ATEST Full and Winter styles of new and beautiful THE SUBSCRIBER residing at oBticllo, Florl HOPKINS A KEGINMsIf

FOR SALE. The Original Extra; QualityCORN Black Silk Velvet Basque width Shcpards Plaid. JL J Side, Stripe and Bayadere Robes of Silk ida. has on banc a largo and general assortment March 21, '67. IS. .

HE nodersingedifeels obliged to offer on. of he Figured Mcriuos, Plain du, Black BUJnb ziD ., French Poplins and DoLaiue. Trimmings Laces. Embroideries -', Qf Negro Shoes say Four Thoosand Pairs, made of .

T finest p1-cea (in many _respects) in the whole STARCH. Embroidered Set's Brussels point Applique Setts,
country. The best land will yfeJd 2 bales Gotten U TJREPARED expressly for Puddings Ice Cream. Setts Real point Lace, White Illuslion Capes.Oct. HODOKISS; SCOTT 4 POOLE.Sept.'I Mechanics, which be is klUr1g'to Planters and Merchants OH, DON'XHWE '_.
3 Flori'a. Custards. Pies. Porriges IT, 1767. 42 at the very low price .f $1.30 eta. per pair. -5 '
cre and there it no better Tobacco land in JL Cakes Bancc Mange, 1857. 28PLANTATION received
tin fresh AMES" LIVELY. Send your oiders aa soon practicable.. ,A sample harojust frotu New Or-ne. Ptrr .
There the tract 600 Received by "
$600 in rime tc.
'rhieb are acres 42 Bonnets FOR SALE. of the Shoes may be leen.i the tore James Kirk-- Scbr. Wm. B. Pctti* airf,JT w. Turk Tr _
two parcel, have lweDtately l rgained Pet. 1, 187. ', t Nephew fo Tallahassee. Bark It. H. Gamble a large and well efcerUd t It
:'II". The land, mainly .11 broken, affording t FRENCH ARTIFICIALS Ac subscriber offers for sale a desirable i and VIt). sey E.E. BLACKBURN. STOCK OFGQCER1! .6. --

nd.nl-e of splendid, free stone tpnng water 8ff Boots & Shoe's THE Plantation, situated on. mile from Monti Mooticello Sept. 2, 857. 874mNotice .

ea.from St. Andrews Bay and in, hcalUiy all any Gamble BONNETS,frwpmcd and plain cello, Fla. consisting of 1000 acres-of laud ; 400 of I .-ALS..o. 40 S -
fw SHOES -
'd'39 and Wm.DaTi,ofG&dadtn county. Ju.t fwue L I t large Itock of BOOTS & fI"1 Bonnet Ribbon. Velvet and Silk designs balance well wood*, an watered by rofing branch >Thvs 8obscrb| r are deUnjp! ed altqr/ .tJri dit.e to

AD taU, D. P. AVERETT.0Y.14I8Z7. of every variety and description.HODGKISS SCOTT & POOLE.' Dress Trimmings. Shaded Velvet the impro". ent. are good, a. gooddwethogboIe: THE undersigned six mouth after da4iwill prt- abandon the V"It m.of: wHjog gtpd .oa awe fr.'

48-Ow [Sent copy Black Velvet Ru&bei all kinds, negro uou&et., Gin house, tor.w. and other out Uiihk t t<> Hoo. Judge'oFrobat. of Jjesn-County, h Ova' hM. ., .
Sept. 19, 185'1. 38 Kwa 'l-Down; logs, and the location ia favorably titunted (for health. thejr hat accounts'of the estate of :.Alfred M. Gatlin, will tfo H1 l 4L.-
at anr ear
Health Bitters: Tixean'Poonets,' wishing to purchase, will please call 'dcs.d.and sltfir. du6b"afge from the adtniuist. -' PPT tom flostooMrf
oy.pel'lODa good of ev.ry descripUcn 'at' a small adwHtabove .
Heir & Coles Dnnstable Bonnets W4..r5tS:. 'it t' .: !
TO I those sn5g fro1 Dycpepsia Debility, en. Spotted I a odwi>r themselves. to' ; &tloQ T .N tnsioeM of Sifts Bonnet, TERMSOnehalf the balance in two or SARAH A.BZTl'ON.xtr'zTURBUTF I--with
their cash 3, .
the .
IqJ health 01' deranged tate of the Stomach HAVE re-opened < i.e. nnd Cotton, and will more -5nUre payabls annually. '"
e Bitten arc recommended by the ; Storage Selling years I Stand. Corner of Monroe and J,RenooSi Mte; j.,
eu1t.l .
F their MLUNdO ,. : XUIIiT CLARK, Extr: *. I
II Catton nJlJgnfd to ; i -
a ctrtaia CU7V. For .aleh make liberal advances on BEOKA.'T t RHODBt.
1857. 88 S.p". 28. 1991. .o.-tm -4
IP '
j i'otkcll". Sept. ,
BUTLER 4 DEUAL. cer,. v May ,
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!. publkbed every SATURDAY, by LIVERY AID SALE f *
STABLES undersigned beg leave to inform the eiti bi.BUJnLTZD

.JAMES S. JONES & CIAS. E.. DYKE, I JOHN PRATO RIO US, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. THE Tallahassee and vincinity, that be has I MANUFACTURER of Copper a>ul sheet and Fancy Iron r VERMIFUGELIVEg'plLfes.
in all kinds of Plain
JLt TVwo DOLLA.&S per annum, in advane Proprietor would openod a carriage shop in this place joiningllrokaw's
MERCHANT TAILOR the eftiienn! :I
in informing
; i:1'llE, : Tin Wares, takes plravurc
i his friends
rm Stables
t in.k I Livery that be u
the surrounding corntry
i of Tullibn' ee and :
ADVERTISING. Dealer In Made that he has rebuilt
Ready Clothing andGentlemen's ,, in the building formerly occupied by J. L Groner, : now prepared to wait (.n all that wi'h to tatr"niuh .
0.. spare of 12 lines, or less first insertion, H 00 large Brick Stable, at the old stand, and i is now of tenders bilL thanks _
; Furnishing Goods. : where hole prepared to do all rinds work in his iu hi* line of business. He also .
: each.ubHqaent] .. 50 ; ---- .- -- -- .- prepared to accommodate his friends and customers line, at the shortest notice and on the mostREASNABE I to his friends and the public generally for th* very th. beat f ,&"***** .'th,
Professional Bueine8sCardsjnserfed -. j i He also has attached to his Stables a good Blacksmith I 14,.
*Ito ; with which he hns heretofore been
pr / ant noir Fall and TT7/i/f 'I TERMS liberal patronise
receiving my sup Shop. IXMV he will have have done all kind.of ,
not marked with the number of ; ply of Cloths, Cassimercs, Vesting, 4'(., oj Plantation \votk. Horse sho'innd Curisgework in i such as carriage painting and trimming; making now will favoird.and be granted he hupea him. that a continuation ftLc same ,. They are not recom

insertions will be continued until f,rbid; and charged the very best manner and with proinptu. and dis : buggies and wagon, and nil! kind of repairing. Having I He will iHwtantlr keep oolanJa full supply of all ; mended
accordingly.CffCertificates. t Every) Color, Style and Quality( t patch.November A procured a first rate sorts of Ware usually kept !In an eatablislimentofbialine j! as Unive;
5, 1S5S. -14
of publicittinn of 1.itt I or estate : ___. ; Carriage Painter ami Trimmer, of bnsincs. A full ni-sortment ofSbeet Iron, : Cure-aIls

notices will 06t be given until the advertising fee isBIACK8MITHIN& i' which I am prepared to make vp in the most ;' Carriages, Buggies, anc&Iarness, : from New York, the undersigned I i i. prepared to Jo I: SLeet Lead ; Lend Pipe; sheet ZiD, Cistern Pump, but simply t

id. ; fashionable style, on short nolice ; For Sale by p. B. Brokaw. : this kind of wurk as well and iu the latest style, as it I awl H great many other articles too Q\imero\l' to maI I i what their name

-- AND REASONABLE TERMS i! Subscriber received i: CaLl he done! r.t th* North. I tion. BUILDERS. ;': pur-
ALSO 1'IlE just a I All those who have this kind of work to do, and TO
0 ) large supply of Carriages, : wish it done in a manner that will not fail to give I Tin Roofin Guttering, Copper .dTfn Conducting
---0- A LAKUE.iM WELL SELECTED : Buggies, and Harness, which he offers I do in the most ports.The
STOCK OF !j satisfaction, wcrld do well to call on Pipes derail of bieb be promises I(I
firm of BROKAW ti for sale on the most reasonable term style and of the best VERMIFUGE
and material
WM. KUII S. ; work-mnn-like manner for
THE ; READY-MADE CLOTHING i November 18, 1851. 46 ,
been deo1- nnJmost reasonable terms '
; having p : May 2. 61 18 : on shortest notice
red, the underpinned notifies: his Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear, : MILES NASH & CO.I -- -- i Having been engaged for the last eight years in i j expelling Worms from

old customers and tbe public! generally, that he hai such as Cloaks Talmas, Coats, Vefls, Pants, tc, to, I I Piano Fortes business at this place he thinks it unnecessary to recommend
rcade arrangements with D. C. Wilson by which he which will be disposed of at Il prices. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. I I himself any further to the public as regards 1i i the human system has

takes tbe shop formerly occupied by him, uuder the : Also, a large lot of Plain and Fancy ShirU, Collars, i TIIST received from New Ylrkpt'rbnrk R. II. Gam- I WE are prepared to furnish Piano i his capabilities a mechanic but at the same time he : ,

firm of Underehirb.Crantll. Stocks, Hosiery, sic ic. fJ We. a general assortment of articles in our line, rrJITI Fortes of the very best quality, assures all that favor him with a call, good work and : also been administeredwith

H. B. Fitts & Co. Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their : such as Oils if almost every kind. Burning Flui.i, I upon the most liberal term I cheap prices.
own interests giving call, all the above They are second to none in any country either as ramovecrfrom the old staniJ known the
:| by me a as ar- j White Lead, Zinc and other aiiits. Window Glass of Having formerly most
and M now prepared to execute: all work done in tides have been selected with great cure, and with a ;! beet qu: lily, Puttv. Brushes. Potash. Soda Sparkling : to quality price. .I as White & Slusser- will be found at bill stand cor ; satisfactory

their line of business, viz: special view to tbeir adaptation to this market. : Gelatin, London Mustard French Brandy (very best,) I Every Instrumentwill be wnrranted.I : tier of 200 foot street, where he will be glad to wait Ion results to various

Horse Sltocing, Ironing and Repairing October IS, 1856. Iv42THROUGH : medicinal purposes Spices, Pepper Lcmon'Syrup, February 23,1856. MILES 8 NASH
A Carriages and Bug f8 i----------------- - Inks, Quinine Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Buchti, -' --- Dec. I, JE.i5. 48 >; subject to Worms.
.. .tc. and a general assortment of Patent -- -- --------- -..- ---- --- '
Popular -
\ gics, Plantation work of \ d : IN 48 HOURS I India Rubber Belting.
l.t" .
We keep nre but the very best and WILLIAM p SIJUSSER The LIVER PILLS

crrry description, -* to merit votr patronage. ( 4 LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Belting of for

Mill Irons and repairing tame, Ironing Wagons j ,- : MILES NASH, A co. __L-. two three and four ply warranted fully equal I Ta11ahasSec, :E-'lA. the cure of LIVER

und Carls, -- .' ai : March 29. 1S56 V to Leather, and 75 pt-r cent cheaper ; iu fact con,id- COM.
i -- -- --. -- :MANVFACTUKER Cori'ER.TiN AND SHLKT:
ered by those who have tried them} superior to Leather OK
and iu fact every other discriptinn of wnrk made of i ; : A All sizes from 4 to 11 Inches wide. ron tn'Ulv !'I IRON "+AR};, \\"IIOLESALB AND HETJIIL PLAINT, all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS -
Iron and Steel M of which WARRANT, aud pledge -_ )'/ B. Cll\RK.E\ hand i' :
11. on by I). LADD.
vselves to execute it the shortest nuiec. : DIALER IN PLAIN, FANCY AND JAVANNEUWARE.
H. B. FITTS. I Milton and Chattahooch e, I f Newport_- :, Oct. 1 IS, 1356.( 42 SICK HEAD
his I'M and Winter Stock of i ----
: no-.v rciviiig! I
Teb.14,18i7. 7-ly U. S. Mail i I Line i i iSezn..1. IS Goods suitable furcoiuNtin Town Property for Sale.) Stove Ilcud-Qiinrff1! ifWP, &c.

I I ;,"..i '.. "-, ',.-.. '; ;7 .r.U. ,r1 :' '.1J' rrHC undersigned offers at private sale, the followL ] i A -SPLENDID assortment Cooking. Parlor
Notice. vv ce ..1y ; .J J 4 or. :. .' : ing described property, known as the Jrav'in Lots, .L and Wood Stoves trimmed with utatucu Purchasersill pleasebe

jj F uniersigned has made arrangements -ith H Leaves Milton Tuesday's and Friday's, at 10 ,, ,,' in part of I'leii'-h and Kn li-Ii Ciuthe, Cai i : viz! : Lots No-. 3. 25,27. 31''. 4'3. 140 141, 142 143, and durability, at reduced prices.

1 B. Fitts to take charge of his BUckstnith Sb"p o'clock, n.. in.Learcs ,xieI t's and Ye tituis of all tulois. and of the Lect l tqu:l 11 J. 22 5, 227. 2;;.'., 231',210, 211, 212. 213, 244. 215, Out Door "+o'k. '. particular to ask for
itv, which be is prepared) to manufacture to order 213, 2g. 250. 252. ?.':?, 254
cii 256.
257. 25S, 26S, all
acd )hands, and solicits fir the new firm, the p"trlnage Chattah'-fch' Tu lai/.t and i RoofiD *. Ornamental Frouf Heads Gulttrin Copper -
;: < Satllri i the reasonable terms and in the most : the Dr.
most m original plan of the city ofTl1llaha lee. C. McLane's
D. C. WILSON.Feb. .
of his old customer the arriral and Tin Conducting Pipea Sheet Lead', Sht Cele-
day's. a/ cr ( ttU' Xtcamcr from .
14. I. 7-ly FASHIONABLE MANNER, ; -ALSO- Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work
th Xtanf ; : brated
---- --- Apalachicola and ? from Tqlluhas- Together willi a general eortineiit of Lots Nos. 1,2,3, t..Ii, o, 7, in S. County qr.AI.SO ; of every variety done at short notice. VERMIFUGE and
DEJiTISTR : scr, Fla., tiiid Bainlridgr. na., ;
:o EEADY-MJDE CLOTHING, : j. City olinfry271orcliaiifa- LIVER PILLS

DR. T. J. CUR:; LEE, ,. IN GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK! that will compare fav(n.->ily} it'i' any stock of Clcth- Lots N.. ,,. 4.12,13.15. lr. 22. 25, 29, 40, 49, 61 respectfully invited to give me a call befoi ; prepared by
/U 1'n.. II. Ctl_ 1 f'.t. n..tu. pur
ing ever exhibited for 11:11!< in Ibis city consisting i of -S. W*' J'y*J i 1* 2't*V ..T.nmb..rn
rl MIIS Line is now in first rate order. The whole 9tflnl. .4.0 .n ..., .
"\ /ILL continue. iufulurt-, the practice of DEN ; J. Stock has been renewed, with new and comfor- Fine Bln.-k t.n.I l ('.>!oicii, Cloth and Frock Coats The above clt'! eriLetl property formerly belonged 'U" ''6 N..u B. All articles manufactued the ;

t't'TISTHY, iu South Georgia anJ Middle; .nd !I table Hacks. The Drivers are careful sober and ac I J Fancy Ca i'iuicre and Beaver Frock ai.d Business I to (;0\'. Prown. For futher information and t terms, t. best material find warranted durable. No other very arti \tmwj Q.WXc.
East Florida. He La. had several \'<.4"S practical np I vxhich iil be to Arnaker
; Coats. ; : \\ lib.ral.l1pply A.Perry Eaq., V
comrnod-itins. A liberal allowasre cf baggage allowed lewill he offered for sale.
Hence iu the profession the last three e of which has to each Black and cnl.ired l Cioth Beaver and Pilot Over- I. Attorney. at Law, Tallahassee. SOLE
been in those icctJ.:s cf 1..ml1lrIn" w vk is of the parsengtr Suck Surtuut, CHARLES P. MANNING.Until L'0,1850. 42 PROPRIETORS, PittS-

most beautiful aud durable character and en* ifactiouU -- ILiglnti's: Black and Fancy Doeskin and Cassimero sold, the above property will be for r -nt. -- -. -.- -- --- Pa. and

i guaranteed in every lustauce. AGENTS : : 1'ai.ts, ; A. PERKY A11AKER. : Wines, Sjrnps, tc.I : burgh, take no

All commutations: sent to lontic 1o.! Fla.'! n"1receive At Milton, JA*!. A. CmrriN, Best fireni'l'iif.: B.iratl-f-a Satin: and Cloth Vests, February 16, 1856. 7-tf other
atteulioa! ( AIL W. D. MO -- .--.- -. -- 0 LD Otnrd Brandy, faparkhng Cider, as there are various
astoou: as previous engagement* tne\t. : >T.OE, : I'an'-v Yfhet. Ca>>inure, Silk and Cashmere do., -- ---- --- Old Port, Old P..rt ,
c'ilIpernit. CamjiboltoD, J. W. S IlTli. \Il1i111. do\ ] Juice '
Dr. P. P LEWIS Madeira, Brandy Cherries other
'. _-. .Lnrianno, NICHOLS, GcnlVSLawl-] ?5i': H"L.rin Shiits, Silk Sherry, Sardiurs; preparations now
: Qjja *tahoochee D. Coi>ov Ci-tton and Merino 1 nder :birt, f < IVES notice to his friends and pat
REFERENcES: : I Sparkling Gelatine Preserved :
Qaincss before
l'lggeng."IS can be Men through with certainty, Cai.to Flauucl find Jeans )mwerc. i VJT rons that he i is now in possession of the public
IIi x. J. L. SEWAEP, ) k L Flavoring KatratU, I'tan.t pur-
ith comfort. I
n all the latest .
] eecurtv and improvements in Dent; I
fTLomasulle, a. -ALSO- t Yeast Powders Tamarinds
I1o P. E. LOVE. : ,
GEO. D. FISHER. try. Ist. Th<: extraction of Ttt-th. without producing porting to be Vermifugeand
IIox. W. S. DH.WOETU ) MouUc 110. Fla. Proprietor and Co trnct'r.i i A g'neta! as Irlm, &lit ( Fanry and Black Silk and pain. by the aid of a local application, which consistsin Spanish Olives, Srices,
R.\. W. I:. HAMILTON, f Ji' and Ciavats Corn Starch Pickle*.
May 9, '57. 19-lf !' S.ltint.1ck!, l'- Collars colored and applying artificial freezing mixture to the parts 'W Liver Pills. All
Hox.J. C. IJtcp.l'tershireuce, Salad Oil
McGiiEE ) iiadisouFa'! wLite Kid and Silk Glovi--, Buck nnl Lisle! Thread until fully benumbed. 2d. The immedintemsertion of ,

COL. B. C. POPE. f ,. To House and dim Ladie" (Jnuntlen superior Linen, Cambric and i' a Temporary Set, on Gutta Perch:. which can be I English Mustard, Capers, .: others in
GES. M. WUIT S Boarding' Claret, CI'COf\, comparisonwith
lIm. Alligator, fix ; Silk Handkerchiefs, Brown and) Fancy Cotton, Lisle I j worn with comfort and ease till the Gums are fully ,
N. B.-DB. Cell LEE will be in Quincy during the HOTEL KE .?ERS. i Thread and Marino i" Hose, Ac, ttc. CALL AND i. prepared for a permanent Set ; then inserted on AMES & LIVELY. Dr. McLANE's
latter of the week.ApriL5 January 5, IP56. arc
part preseut
BUY. :
that beautiful plan called continuous Coins, which are i f
57. 17 ; TilE subscriber offers f fur 1':1.','. \n ca>v <. OcU.bcr IS, I 165C. :12 so much wiirn and admired, for bvautystrength, and : ---- -- --- --- worthless.
Lo IU fit --- --- '- \
: a Buck Built \\\ --- -- perfect ci Mnlint'ea.: '
i i
SINGER'S SEWING !! the Visage: : MonticclX! Fl.i, 72 f-etbv" 4a th' For Sale !j May 311856. 22Notice. Male & Female The
Itconti'i'i-j; 14 attic, Seminars GENUINE fcLane'sVermifllgc
large rooms, besides the it. ------- --- -- --

hEld WHS built for a Hotel. A YAM-AUI-I: PUNTMIO.S ix LEON Cor.vrr, FL*. i situation of this Institution is
at of tie
t one
To any one de'irinjj! to kecp a Hotel or pi "lvrueBoarding "1 VrlLL be Hold at private sale, that fine plantation '! t 1 TIIF. Sulphur Springs in the ountry, and is unsurpassed ; and Liver

House, tl.U place offers: j p cutlM mdi.c? f T known a' the} Hurrai Place", formerlv i! S IX Mntlis after date. the undersigned administrator I for health. It is easy of access {or sleam I

mcnts at tU tiruc. TLc Penacola and G("ig>. ownc
Rail Road pa ,es within four mile", and ru !>on as Croom, eome ten inilo, X. K. d Tallaba-jioe. The late of Leon countyx ill present his final accounts and i The Principal with the experience of -

completed to this! p !int (probJ.J! }by March next.) a lantati"H contains Tw.ntv.the Hundred Acrr<< of vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate of raid ;! and aided by a corps of competent a3'iptaotl1 twenfy, *"iil years.detote ail respectable Drug

}branch will connect tl.is place m.1 the main: ; load, j Li.- *1'1' t''e'' greater lurt c'.f ,W"J-'J: i" f.rual! to a"y 1 1.nd count, :\IIclnk t'i b* diehnrg.1.'flIOMAS) : mi iLwe: luue to lie ml .foVtUieul ofLi3p.Ub.

tLu! :rre..t.Y iiicriasinfr 1.1.! ]I'r('''!!t nm.ut of travel. > j in 1*].'-jeht.' H'tru are about t.<'ye or f.urt..NIIIU:1 1 J. PERKINS, Admfr. Tbe third session will commence Moudav, January I Stores.

1 J.I-'I e i IS aKo at this time a pi,easing demand f-.r a <]Ire'} ac TIS of nl'cn 'land, und the remainder finely. tim. July 25. 1.37.PLANTATION. Co-Cm. ._ 12, 1857. For particulars. IIdtln.u.! .
p od JS.iai.din'House; ; where c.hidre-ii: 5-e-ut to the ;['ber' ii'' '1Ldi(4r tt I Iare quantity, of very 8I1r[).-tI'Jr land -- -- -- - - -- ---- R. ANDERSON, PJillripal.o ; FLEMING BRO'S,

fcdiO'jl from abroad may be :aCcOUrflI'JatJ and any ,I Ie.'(0," -ar The improvement< arc very "voll--a .. FOR SALE. \. 53, 1356. 43 60 WOOD ST.
(In* of (J3r"ter and cxpeiience in the buMu- could rinlKn'r "iP""d quarters] for about one huiidre.l PITTSBURGH, PA.
t h. -- ----
:i11&V1N' .A.CaJNES. doubters: cbtuin: the first .%er fioin 15 ta 20 yearly] 'nwjn.c-Ci.W I .U'l"g. .j ('. lhc I plantation 1 willbeoldfor } I WILL fell on the:. first Monday in December next: Sole Proprietor
; before thC C' house Liverv and Sale
boardtrs. .tl-' ,. :'Ie La1.m.e' 'III one and two irt door. in the city (.f TaiLahai&ee Stable. .
{} been al for the i j! 01.- 1 ('a ; year: Svtlj Plantation the SCOVIL& tEA 0
appointed Spec Agent bi-Iongiug e-tafe of Dr. ,
The "ubfrciiber would only ud.l in ccr.clu"i., thatin '!eIfsIle 1 I Il'e l.l\lJtatltln, will I r J"Ml E : -
the above. tLe undersized is now i 1. itret frviii ,_ ,, JarneMVl1iteliitd.. This place h four niles North of undersigned gives no- No. I I Charters St. New Orleans.
prepared ; ;,
i of KKrial, ') adxatitace to purchase KHvman 'Ir. i iJ JL
religions *. lrJIg : lice that he
point lJur,1I Las
to.!.. them lo order, toother with fallinetructitjs jtliia e shown 1 lo anvone 1I PI' Thll.ihar'-e. (,n Like Jackson, it wtii'ajniug twenty- q purI" : General Wholesale agent f'r the Southern tat.it
place peih-ij: i Ff-coud to none of the Villages acf' chased the (
forC>.'r use. One Machine i is equal to S ] the manager 0.-'. .If'. ?allaht5'c. t'l\(22(11)( ) )bund "ed acres tlf best quality Oak and Livery StaUe i whom all orders must be addressed.
of the South. For further :rti all p ; apply to tie uuderslguea i. land about 'ne-baifeleared eWf.otn. Tallahassee together wit! the BArnard. Jr. Mite
or Iu good Searatrcspes aud kind of Sew irrj can Hickory ( end under Cullivation. Sold by Ames A Lively E. ,
Ha. i i good will of the establishment
be den Oue er two of those il.cljiuts can 'be seen r the balance iu wood The improvements and that he i it now I Nash i
at any lira. by caH'n5' on the uridcif-iyned Lis residence [ Oct.* 3 Augusta, 1857. Cotjgtitutiniialiit 4iJ-Sci will i.lea! publi : July 25, 1S57. ;-(J __ __ __ h ___ good. aid prepared proniisi to carry the on th; with bu"incss in all ita lirar.cLj, i Quincy ; Gardner 4 Mill Newport ; W. T. CarpeD

M TallaLa-see. it-ger's Gazette paper devoted # e I Cornfortab'e! Dwelling and all neccdsarv out houses, pi'b'ic good accommudaticns ter week fr three launtLt and scuJ
once a bill to advcrtis &C. : in Ls: line on reasonable tern -
;'tef>,wi;.-, will Le furnis-hed to any oi*t on applicsrirn ', '-r. ti ns, Gin llou=e. Screw, Barns, Coin Houses. Overseer's RICHARD & Bro. Mcnticfllo S. Pule'len. Moi.tic.lls

gratia, "bciv the P ices oflbe different feizee .. ValuableFOR house, and Cabius to accommodate one hundred negrooe : SAUNDER3. W. Rrgns d Co.. Clfcttahoecbee; Baltiell A "ij1
-- -- -- --- --- 6,1555
'pav. be teen. '. '. LEWIS. ,' SALE.rpIlEnndrsi. all framed and in good repair. Persons wishing. ---- -- --- 30. : on. Mannrma ; Nicholson: Zti ;Ier BahibriJg! Ca
).ugast fI. !Si7, 32 .. Land Sale. I ; !. !i'd Executors: ot J()i.n V it'htad! to examine tho place will apply to Mr. O. M. GreenI' - -- D. H. Dickluson; Bainbridge ; E.Sein.,TL tmaI9l1J4

------- t 1 lat'-of Burke county decea"e-d. offer/ nt trmitc i Oil the pivrnijpd.. Ttrms made known on the day 01 Notice.SIX G.r
)Y viilue <'f a.t order of the Court of Equity for L"*r sale.I
I calc until the tjr t Monday in DECEMBEK February, Hf... S-lj
Notice to Contractors. _) the Middle Circuit of Florida, tile subscnVr: .*e Months after date the undersigned ftilmJnijtra- .
JOHN B. WHITEHEAD Ext'r.et. [ --- ----- --- -- ---- ---
lie following propertyir A Plantation in ,
: : r.u
of the estate of Charles S.
will cAfor for sale auction at New Pert, Tuesday Siblev, decessed,
Omcs PJ 1 Gco. U. R. COMPANY.Tallabasfcp > by ou Oil Bo Gut cice-Jc. near Vrycr'a Ponds u'. 1 11.\ 1357. SS-tds [Sent .A..nl.CS d LIve1y
county ; late
the 15th day of December next, the tracts of y -. -- ___ ___ __ __ _copy___ Gailsden county, will pi-eseat brr"fiftal account
October 3,1657. )) T-prwl! described be ow. lying iu \Vikula! county, j-.iuiii, John White-bead, M. 1'. Green, and, otbt-r", .d to the Judge .f Probate of said coontv, and ask t.. be TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA,

PROPOSALS will Le received at tlU South of Tallahassee, viz : I containing 17uO acre, moie or lees oak and hickory: | NoticeIS ilischarged. MARY D. G. SIBLEY, Admt'i. fIfJ Wholesale and Retail Dealers In fIiJ

.SEALED fur the Grading-iiH.Iuding: the clearingand i c>f which there arc 500' acres of freMi dc-nrl/.l I-ind. hereby given, that the subscriber, Widow of '[ June 20, '57. 25-6in ,
IIIr Toirn. hip 2 .Vow/7i/ Range 1 I. RIl. !. and 700 of well limbered forest Laud. The PLnta-! DRUGS AND MEDICINES. JI
grubbing .>f Sectious >f". 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, and Fr \IICIS' B. Stewart, late of J fft-rsoncounty.de-j
8. Wc't of TalL'dj.v! ill Loon county, ;t far asOcklockonncc The N W J. S W J, abd S E i ,.f Sec 15 ; the N ,i I jon: is well improved and in WitH I oiiKr-havinij a c' n..ej. i ''", six weeks alter date hereof, apply to the" Notice.SIX Perfumery Dyestuffs, Surgical Instruments.Spicea. .
and it the winter
river. W 4f S W i (,Sec 1C ; thcSr.fSWi. E } of lar ec..nHn.hOIJI, new Dwelling on lIlfi.JUlgL' of >Probate for Jefferson county, by petition Snnff, Windows Glass Paint..
Also, for the clearing prubbin; nnd grading in hl. NEk\VifSEaI1dNEofSE i of Sec 1 17 ; I I: eside-ncc of deceased. Two and a half miles only iI | 1 for dowe" In the e<>*ate of her deceased husband, months after date the undersigned administra .i I Oils 'nishe*. Petty Manufactured Tob. eo.

i ion county Sectious SO!. 62, OS, 61, 65, 66, 67, the S W 1V i .,fS E }. W i of N E 4 and N E i !I from Grce-n's Cut Station ou the Augusta aud i' =s lclnliug: to lax ELSIE STEWART, of the estate James W. Strange, deceased and Glass Ware. Patent Medicines
and 40, as far as Suwaonre rm-r. ofN E 4 of Sc 18 ; the W i of N W J W i 01! S )K ; Savannah Uailroad. Widow nnd Adnu*- Francis B. Stewart, dec'd. late of Oadsden county, will present his final accountsto I Fine Soap Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandiesand

Also, for the clearing, grubbing and grading, of 35 JflndN1- J of S E 4 fS"e 19;. the N W 4.V. i ALSO t. Oct. 54,1887. 43 the Judge of Probate of said county and ask to 1 Hair Brushes, for lTedicin.nl,purpotM, .

miles; in Columbia' (cunty--Sectinr.1I No. 71. to No. 1 cof N EtbeS E i, E i of 3 W J and r? W i of S ; A vve-11 improved Plantation on Lake Jackson iu : -- - --- -----..- t discharged therefrom.- I Paint Brushes, Fancy Articles.
105 inclusive-frooi Suwannce river to tie Town of W 1 of Sec 20 ; all of Sectiorrs 23, 20. 27 ; the WofNWEofSESWkofSEfnhidEk J i Middle 1"1 1 j.la. about four miles from Tallahasicf. i For Sale E. S. SHEPARD, Adm'r. i Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Srgars.
Alligator. containing 1 1700 acre, more or less, hammock land | | July 4, 1857. 27-6m They have recently received a Latgt and I'rttti

The work is divided into Sections of one mile iu ofSWtfSec2IthcNEi.N0fS E 4. and .-a considerable jujrticn of which i It now under goodcultivation. .I 600 Barrels of Fi-e"h Burnt Inline. i' India Rubber-- --- supply of every variety of article! usually kept by

Bids to be mad for one Section, or f;r the ; W 1 of S W 4 of Sec 25! ; theN E i and S E i of t i, I'" "'HIS LIME i is superior quality. and will! compare Packing. drug: sts. Planters and Physicians will always find

whole of tl.e work. Section by Section. : ce-c 29; the S W i. and the S W 4! I.f N W 4 of Fee I -ALSO- JL favorably with Thoinoatoii Lime, or with INDIA Rubber Packing oran thicknesses, from 3 !I at this establishment a full supply] of every thing ace

Proposals are also int'it' for one Rail Pod Bridge 30; tbe S i Jfcec3l ;the N W 4,S W J. N E i nnd W I 250 iicrr'B. more or le-M" of Pine Land, ,adjoining the j :any other for plastering}: or for any cthcV- purpose for i inch, constantly on hand at D. LADD I ded and on the most liberal ternis

for a single trcat! Suwannee river, to cousin,? i of S E i of pf-c 32; ; all of :;:; and :.5 ; theN W i, N I.j ]Richmond Bath tu act, :lit Ili hiAond county, with im- ; which Lime is used. We challenge comparison. Apply ; Newport. Oct. 18, 1850. 42 i Orders from tbe Country prompjyofined! tndnatiffsetion

ted on Howe's plan. i E }. and S E 4 ..f wc 34 ; the S W i, the E \ of S I j jE provemenle. :| to JOHN M.! RA YSOlt. Jefferson co.. -- _. ----. -- guaranteed, with regardboth prices and ejuality.

Full ilf..rmntlu in n-gard to detail of the work 4, S W i oi S E: A, N K i <-f N W j aud N W 4 -AL"O- I 12 miles S. K. Mcnticello. j Notice. Pbysieian's prescription arefully compounded.Also.Epping's .

can b had on application to this office. of N E i of. sec :6. A Lot al Uichmoud. ] B.ith) with a comfortable and I I Oct. 3, 1857. 40-tf compound Fluid Extract of Bucbn
._____ mouths after date the Jan 5, 18516sInsolvent
W. DU BOIS. Chief l Dellitiand CfinvmiciitouthouBCB, i --- ------ ? ?--- undersigned executor :
1 Engineer. III Totrn.'hip: :U J, South, Rangr 1 /'i/.vf. i rat siri. <' tory i ikuoun I SIX
OcLI0, 16:7. 41-tf : ] ni th! Trowbridge house and Jut.If. Cod Liver Oil. : the estate of Thomas Reynolds deceased late i
-- - - -- All but tlc S W Jf S W 4 of M-C 1 ; aU occ 2 ; -. n't disposed thc Burke Plantation] of Leon county, will present his final accounts and I Estate Notice.
E a-J'l K i of S W J of cf-r 3 N W preriou-Jy [RESH A PURE c.flhe celebrated ds" He (
In the N W J. S 4 ; ,.ill be .--old at Wayncclxirw) *. and th* Florida Plantation 4 voachers tothe Hon.Judge Probate o said county STATE OF FLORIDA.JEFFERSON l
Cancer. : 4.S W ;. N E 4. :n'I'l W J (ifs E: { of s-f-c 1 ; the 1i J E: Tal1lhIiOfC, at public on the first [ gim in Clark &. Co., t Ilushton's.For and ask to be discharged. ;' COUNTY fWM.
Abr Lam ) ofN I'I. E ; of S V. 4. W i ofN 1t: aii.1 N i in December next. Ttrnn outcry liberal. For IMOIIJI.lv I : sale by AMES i LITELY JESSE AVERITT, Executor. U.
: ANDREWS sheriff and admitittrator
t 8.Wnia of h> E 4 "fec 5 ; W ; of S E i. HI.H! J.f S E 4. ; ( April 6,1856. 14 Sept. 13, 1857.: S7-6m .
further'iufonnati.'n, apply to l ______ ___ ; officio of the estate of David Woolf, late of
all -f f 1 1)1 1 10. Hand 15 - ----- -
II. fionn stud of HOC R-; 1fJf f-c I 10 ; < RI-I' ; -- -- ----- ---- h
: J.1.1 Q. Smith, In Gadsd'1il.i I pe-isonally at Bail,, or by letter addressed i Jefferson deceased has filed in the Probate
trh! allb.tN W i of N W i ,jfI.el.I ; tllf)) : N E: i, 5F; Notice.: i county
rs, t ebovij, non of the den Circuit : ;to him at Bi-rzu-lia Columbia rouuty. :, i Notice.L office Jefferson county a written suggestion that
,' N ofN E
Estate of J. and W 4 ofN W 4 of ""- Ifi ; the } 4
and Joseph C"mEiut Lziglieb. dec'd. cAlrt Cin-uit! Mid I: awl N i 'A N W J of :c 21 ; theV j of N W 4. W :j THOMAS M.BERUIEN.; "j I I IJOHNRWHITEHKAD I ALL pcrsorm having claims against the estate of !' ETTERS administration having been granted I;! he believes the estate of David Woolfe to insolvent.
Thomas En Enl.h.Joilh: DigliiJj, j.nfSVNIofN\V 1.l&IfN I EL and N 1! E Ji t'rs. II A. Shuler. deceased, late of Leon-couoty, arc to me on the 3d day of September. IMS. by the Thereupon notice is given to all persons having
Johhua Enfrlioh. : Engli.} of Florida. I E: 4 of S i E 4 of M-C 22 ; all ifpec .>? ; the N W J. i CHARLES W. WEST, f notified to preeflt them to the administrator, properly j Hon.Judge of Probate for the county of Leon, State i claims against said estate to appear and file the same
JiizLt. Eiii'li.b. : .' W of E: THOMAS W.NEALY; j authenti ited, within the time prescribed by of Florida the of Simon '! with the Judge of Probate of said county on or before
Nancy in: heh. ( : S W 1 I.V i <,r I E: i and i S J of *<-.c1 ; | | on estate Partridge, late of
Ix4iif-a Laati.-i '-r.and,(her .J'JIult. TIIP} S W J. S E }. nndV 4 of N \'. \ of 27 ; the W AiiKisi-t. : 22, lS7.Plantation.. .31-td. i, law or they will be barred ; and thos indebted are I i said county deceased all debts and demands of whatsoever !; the 1!th day of December next when tier will
hu.batnl -- -- -- I
William. : ; ..f V I": .1!. r.iid S E i of N W J of sec 23. \. -- requested; to make paymn.t immediately. nature against the estate of said Simon Par- j! be a p-o-rsta distribution of the funds belonging to
Li! ccr. Negroes &c. j J. B. JEFFCOAT, Admfr. I tridge, deceased, which sal 1l! not be exhibited tome said estate, amongst the creditors thereof: at which
1T Pjx-ariig to the catirfaotkm' of t.( Court by til Tiwaxhip 2, .S'ti'lh, Ittinge I, UC.1All I Oct. 21, 1857. 43-8w : as administrator nfon-said. within two as I time 'be said Wili-atn H. Andrews will apply t r binal .

.L am,Jji. It, made and filed in ibis cause, that Joeph of I"C' 7, 8. 0, 10.11 ; S J (,f M-C 12 ; all of | FOR SALE IN FLORIDA. I -._ I by tbe sUttftte of the State of Florida years in such prescribed ': % discharge from the administration of said' estate.

EnvlHi and L'ua: I. -th"r.an.1 hr "I'usbaud!, gees 1 IS Itu.! J4 ; lln') N W i. K W 4 and W i of HE :; r for sale his weliknowuPluiitnli.in Notice.SIX case made and provided' shall forever afterwards Le i THOMAS J. CHACE.
William L.-.s-iuger.! d.fHidants i in tlt H I flu .1 J in the 4 of cec 15 ; nil ot eec 1 16 ; S E i. SEt and N W 4 :i iof ['HE Casa de ." the south I II barred! ; and notice in hereby given to all creditors 1 Judge of Proboto.Msreh .
above etz.td eaue, reside U-ycmd (jurisdiction of nee 17 ; nil "f flee 18 mid I 19 ; the W 4 of S W 4 i fix Lal miles" lying on Tallahassee Mouths after date. shall pre erl my final ac l legates and persons entitled to distribution that their : 7, '57. 10 9m
Jncksun from
tint Court, and b'ynd lh.. limits (if the State of and K i of S E 4 "f *ec 20 ; (the W J of S W i of we i, Hide of Lake leos of which and vouchers, to the lIon. Judze of Probate claims and demands will be barred at tbe expiration !:

Florida but within the United State:*. It i il Ui -re- 21'; the S W *. S E: 4 and N E: J of sec 22; the N eontaifiinjj in fine 1200 of itcren cultivation., mill or 760 cleared are II of Jefferson county, as administrator with the of the period aforesaid, unless exhibited within the Circular Saws.
fore ordered, That Mid the N WI.-I and N i ofS u late ((400 recently )- Will annexed of tbe Estate ) Saltonstall) late i
J 23 ( Mary
Jc.fc.utI"t. iM ph En li.h. W 4 and N 1of M'c ; the balance excellent wood land well timbered and same and this uotfcc Will be plead ra bar thereof. & GRIFFITH'Sand HOE co'S
Loui-a Lastinger,and IIcr l.ulband, Wi'lnni LaminKfr. W 4 of fec2t ; W J of S W J and W i of N W i of | well watered. of raid couuty deceased, aud ask for a discharge froul I JOHN O. POWELL, Admfr. I WELCH Saws, from 42 to 54 inches size jt e- -

appear to and anxwcr, j..cad: or demur to snid ffc 25tb, N W 4. N E J and S E 4 of sec 2fi ; the : The improvements a comfortable and well built I. said administration. II Sept. 5, l8:;j. $63mNotice. stantly fur tale at a commission on manafaelnror's

Bill ou or before the fir.: Monday i in March next, I S E J and S W i of m-c 28 ; the N W 4. S W J. and .. dwelling, with verandah) in the front and rear, and JOSHUA TAYLOR, Admt'r. ic. -- .I prices, by D. LADD.
(1658.) otherwise the complainant's Bill nhall be ta ; EJ of N Eof flCC 29) ; \VJ.SW4nnaNh Nov 7 1. 1857. 4 -6m I
contains ten large upright rooms, well fiiiishod, and n ._ Newport, December, 1856. 51
ken us confessed the S L and \V 1 of N --- t .
against them. Provided, That a 4 of sec 30 ; all of eec 31 ; f ,IE hall twelve feet wide bevidesj pautrH's. closets, dressing ----
copy of thi.order U published iu a Newspaper prin : l of I'l'C 33 ; the S W i, N i of S .Ii i, F. of'- : rooms, Ac.; the kitchen and laundry arc attachedto Sea Island Cotton Gins. ALL persons having dimnnds against tbe estate ot Fluid

ted in Tallnharse 'I'i'I!
Mnnthi. preceding' the nij Rule DIin March, A. the E; i ofN K: J, the E '.of B E J, and the N W i giu-buuse, a grist mill and cotton screw, A FEW of BALL'S IMPROVED"PATENT county, are notified present them to tbe undersigned A. SUPERIOR QUALITY,just received arid

D.18 .8. Ordered at Chambers tliw :1.t day of Oc ofN E1ofsc5.liz; (new) are under one cover ; a ten horse engine (portable SEA ISLAND COTTON GINS. for sale by administrator, within: the time prescribed by law, or OF ur sale by AMES & LIVELY.
deliverable Tullahaase New.
the subscribers
tober, 1857. J. WAYLK8 AKFn Toicnihip 3, fioutJr, Range I, West. ) driven the gin and. grist mill; a sugar mill, port. Price $121'- at or they Will be barred ; and all indebted are requested January 31/1857. 5

Nov.7 Juuge of. TheN W&.SW1and W4 ofN E4of: ec I ; overseer's house negro cabins, crib, stables,carriage- These GINS have given great satisfaction to all to make payment immediately.
4l-r tbeEofNE.E40fSE1.\0\: ; : i nod house, mnithy and work-shop, all of the best structure who have beretofore had them. AdmfrWaukeenah Insolvent Estate Notice.State .
Co.. 10 185't. 418wAttachment
W lleci the) N W i and N Jo; ofI and in excellent condition-the whole constituting ooo NAUGHT & ORMOND. .
W I or 8 o ; of
Insolvent Florida )
Notice. I and the W ofN W of the most desirable and best improved places in 8 1867.
Estt see j.; all of Ice 9 tLe N Jo J i Newport, Aagnst 82 Jefferson fWM.
is well with well county
STAT I N W and N E 4, and the N 1 off this section. The place supplied _
OF oface 10 i '.
1 4 ; and spring water of' excellent quality, besides a large J. CLAYTON, administrator othe est*
JEFFERSON[ COUNTY, f .f 5 W J and N of S E i of sec 11 ; Fraction of section cistern near the engine. '1 be lake, cf wbfeh 'a beautiful Notice. John A. Grant ) In Justices Couit, 2nd District. Joseph W.Clayton late Jefferson county,

JOHN D. REICH[ ERT, administrator of the estate i i I 13 ; Fractional section 15 and 16. view is obtained from the dwelling affords abundance fT IIIRTy days after the first publication of this r.. }V Leon Conrt. deceased has filed in the Probate office of Jefferson

f l.arIe Uurl.lor late of Jefferson county, i I In Hartfeld ad Hopkins' Surveys.LotsI,14W of fish at all times, aud wild fowls in the winter JL notice the undersigned, Executor, of the last Nathaniel White. ) Debt $41 00. I county a written suggestion that he' belieres lb. estate -

deceased, has tH 1 Probate of 45 months-besides an excellent astue1 for a large Will and Testament of Thomas Henry Averitt, deceased defendant and all others interested, are bere- I i Jooeph W. Clayton to be insolvent
43 TIlE
ofc Jefer81 of 15 all of 2*, 29 ,
} ,
county, a written cuzgesti'in that tb'es- J sec ; stock, for the'railing of which this place peculiarly sill apply to the Honotablo J. Way leu Ba notified of the commencement of this suit, I' Thereupon, notice ia given to all persona having
tate of Cliarlcs Brgt"r t<*-be insolvent. Thereup : 50. 68. 70, 79, S3. 84, 92, tbe 93.TERMSOnetbkd to be adapted.The r ker. Judge of the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuitof returnable to a Jutick's Court to be held"at Tallabaa- I' claims: against eaid estate to appear and.file.the same

o notic! *:is btrby"en U> all persons ha.iDgcllinl! of the remainder purchase in money instal- above, from its convenience to town-,, railroad, Florida at his office in Tallahassee, for authority see, on tire 9th day of November, A. Dl 1857, and to I I with the"Judge of Probate of said county, on or before
ale equal
Rgaint wikl estate to appear and file the same- with ; paid at the time of* with !interest from date schools, good society, tc..; and from the excellence of to sell the following real estate of said Testator, u appear and plead to tbe aam j I the 5th day of March next when there *ill be a;

the Judge of Probate, of said county, on or before- ments in one and two years the lands and locality, is a valuable iuvestment.J .- the property of John P. Averitt. ((1\ minor,) to-wit :: Given under my hand and seal this 25tk day of pro rata distribution of the funds belonging to .aid I

the third! day of May next when there will be a pro'I I of purchase.. JOHN BEARD, Keee'ver Ac, eroua wishing to purchase would do well to look The NEt Section Township 1. N of Range 2, August, A. D. 1857.EDWARD estate, amongst the creditors thereof; at which buDs I

' rat* distribution of the fhnd. twlotiging to laid estate the Land Company. at the premwti1, which nil be shown by Mr. D. E. East ; the E i the 8 E i of Section, Township 1, M. WEST. [u s.] the said Wm.J. Clayton will apply for hw final
amongst th. creditor* thereof; at which time the said of Apalacbicola 1857. 40 Mason, in my absence. Range 2, North and East ; the W f of the N W 4 of Justice of the Peace. charge from the adminUtra'ion wl said estate.

John D. Ikichort riU apply lor. hk final discharge Tallahassee, Otet' 3, ALSO Section 19, Township 1, Range 3, North and East, August 29, 1857. 35-8m THOMAS J.CHACE, Judge Probate.
from the adiistratkn} t4.aaid *,* The Florida Sentinel and Wakulla Times, will containing 320 acres. more or loss, nil ]lying and being 'Sept S. 1857. 86-lm _
THOMAS J. CHASE,ea.tf Jodge of Probate. please copy Use above. _--- For sale, about GO NEGROES-prim. and acclimated in tie County of Leon and State of Florida. Corn and Cob Crusher. _
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Oct.ZI, t46nNotice. ; also, the corn and fodder of the growing JESSE AVERITT, Exfr. Notice.

.,. 1&1. ; .- Notice. crop. the horses, mules cattle sheep and bogs; the NOT, H, 1857.. 46 GRANGER'S patent Corn and Cob Crusher I
I ousebold and kitchen furuituie, the wagon. and tbe Agency for the ale of these superior Lt persons bavin? demands against tbe estate

.' after date, Ihe nodei signed will present carts, blacksmith and earpentea tools] and all the NoticeS Cob Crusher, uueqaaled! it is said to any in A of Stephen LigbUey. late Jefferson .county.

Months after date, I ahall executrix of th. S their M noaU aud vouchers to the Honor- implements husbandry, belongipg to tbe plantation. ,, tbe Co ntry. A ot"ck of those Crushers will be on deceased, will tike uotke that they mwt pctMrt the

l SIX Benjamin Jutwsoo M late of Jefferson able'Judge of Prt>bat for the county Gadsdeo and A great bargain will be given to an approved pur- Months after date, the undersigned administrator band early thie coming Fall. Prices v"ry low; considering same to the undersigned duly ,authenticated wO Zt'

eounty decemcd. render, accounts ask for a final settlement aod discharge from the administration chaser for the whole property, any of which may be of the Estate of John Ingram, deceased, great saving in feed. 14'& f 55 f M each the time prucribec{by law; or' %thw) n9'tfU will bpleadinbarorthetrrC

sad) ForiJ Honorable Thomas my. J.foal of the estate of Cornelius English, late of treated for at private sale until the first Monday in bits of Gadsden county, will present his final accountto for these "iZM. Prices uniforn throughoot-the county. Yer7abd all: j1MZ' l hv1cbt8'l '

Probate, of th? Court of Probate s.f said Judgeof said county, deceased according to law. January next, when if not wild, all except tbe- land, the Judge of Probate of said county, and ask to Forfurtner particulars call and examine jourielvea to said estate are hereby notil lo ifl4k. $
couuty JOHN SMITh will be offered the premises at public lie discharged. LEWIS D. JONES, Admfr. so stock for anlves. immediate P-1lDe t thrnoftotke uJerIgnid.
(,r A discharge from further of the lid ? t I.dm'". de bouis DOD. on outcry. I soon u a a sample ,. Adm'Jt.'
wtatc. adiQltto .. WM. GUNN. GEO.: A. CRO M. In right of his Wife. D.- L=' D D. J"NE LCtlJ'I'8iT; I Iy".ti

- ".t'14.rr.-i! ,.' .I':: S.P. ,A.JOHNSON. July 4, 157. J.m 8.p4. ;8, In'1. 3t'-td. Xov. l, 18oH. 46in N'cpoit, July 5,1/)8. !7 lI otto 4 l ,:Un .1 w

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