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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: December 5, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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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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proffssionnl(, C< rbs. Epitaph on Rcbin Redbreast. face of Young's open avowal of a purpose to I Ejs O en" From the Stouyhton ( n-l.) lmltptll tnl. I! Tile Rate at *=ta1 h ThoEjfct Trirelf.-
Trend lightly here, for Ilcrl, 'tis Mid overturn the Union.
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,.- = == =-------,' := Our minister said in his Horrible Tragedy in Iowa. i '
= -- "' When last Who but Jo'renchmnnYould h rai"
w a
sermon
piping winds are hushed around I, Young's doctrine :Is that the time will evening 'jtver!
MILES NASH & CO. .\ Fnmll\ note wake from underground, when national dissensions \xvfll\ so weakenthe come ,' said ;Mrs. Beach, the wife of a prosperous We have received, through a letter to this I 3 thought, Iryluffio measure' the rate t which
Where now his tiny bones arc l Jnt'l! wholesale dry goods merchant on Market city, the following account of one of the most
Xo more in lone and )leafless Union that an united Mormon\ people, our ideas flow ? One has thought of it, and
DEALERS I"f" groves street, as she} dusted her mantel of horrible butcheries we have heard of since
With ruffled wing nnd fadid brwitt t' under an able leader, can easily overturn I porce. three &'tFrari '
our gentleman have
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His 'ioiiele ron's' lain and marble. I ; oi, M&nday, that he who the days of Adam H- rn. The information e experfmen
!:, fiiondlcss I ..
Government
PAINTS ; spirit] and Mormonism L '1
; DRUGS, -:fJonc to the worM where birds are; blest: place.Mr.. plant iri Its wanted to do good must be on the centtant is from one whose responsibility can not he l t ted and discoveVea\: t Hf\tne"raft: ai'{

JB OILS I Where ncvci eat glides o'er the green, Hyde 'lookout' for opportunities ; that God does questioned. The account comes in a private which our ideas travel, for that is infinite:
MEDICINES gives Brigham the credit of sin. {
Nor sclionlltoyV giant fonn is seen- not find work fho
our and bring it tiled letter, and is said to have occurrtd on
11 But Love, nnd cerity in his faith and reatfy but the time which elapses between the
11OULDnforrn their friends Iud tbe pnUic.t i Joy, and ftiiiling Spring, designates him as the and prepared to the hand but the 17th uJt.I i moment -
\! \ tbey have on hand a good assortment ofcucirticl Inspire their. little souls to fing. Ignatius Loyola of Mormonism world before us ; and we are; to walk spreads A man named .Adam' was manicd a short I we tjiink) of n. thingand t the moment
are generally kept in their line of bUinel'k The lecturer, in his concluding! remark it Christ through I our m'usc/cs/ affected/ do'it
sn are to
and the
as Apostles did, with time since to Miss Jenkinsfhtf !had,1 ; or, In ota-
a pre
and will be receiving regularly.fresh supplies. Theh From the Washington Evening Star "'01'. 1 t. upon the monstrous ..nature of (he Mormon! 'eyes .
I / for the *
looking the sick been ant'tKer! rna'rt words what time ft tittles
uliall be reasonable.: : delusion alluded open and the suffering, viously engaged to by cr for the brain to
ernif! > A Peep at Brigham Young M the feelingly to the fact that
the and
9th 1 14. poor the oppressed. name of Harley. Harley on the morning of
its
1fthsec! April SJi Saints. his wife still clung to it, and with his infant exert influence on the senses, and the sen-
Now I am certain' the had threatened Miss Jen
DrJHiles H. Nash, I Ex-Elder John Hyde, Jr., lectured last child, remained at--Salt. Lake-- City. she replaced a m' rble Diana continued in the the centre lady, as of kins wedding with revenge day,if she !ersfsteo In marryinghis leI on the brain. We, complete the follow.," '

':.rEB R" FIlOFE/r.OSAL SERVICES TO.THE CITIZENS OF I night at the E street Baptist church, upon The American Banking the mtnUe! ; I slititild( like to do some good rival ; but she latrgh d td scorn bin threats, ing information from a French journal:' .
TALUBA""EE MiD s !.tNp1GcorNTltT.\ Mormon ". aliiiig for hi. text Briglinm The System. every day ;j one' f fefels! s6' Much' better whenthey and, as appointed, was bound in wedlock] to If a cylinder divided into 300 degrees IM

r r..v.? "K with Dr. M. asimmsdat1etof! the I I Young and Utn,:.-" Mr. Hyde is an Englishninti }; the American Liverpool Times thus discourses of go to rest at night; and I'll just keep Adams. : caused to rotate 1,000 times in a second, it'LT

0 Post office.' dpo I by birth, and Was baptized into !the Mor- in England of banking the system, and, the effect my eyes open' t to-day, and see if I come a. ,On the. .10th of Seiferflbe'f. .. l .HaYey1came/.. to I evident_ that the pa stage of one of those de'
)fay 19 1S55. __: ___ hiOu cWcJi when a boy of I ; een, J 1848.In ry'I.Ana. > financial_ .. revulsfdft. : cross- any" 'J rinnnrfiinitioo-I---- -_-....* w th.*.U..y nn U 1414..I<;1_ U'UIIUU'y_ ,i:..__.. Adams house* i while* the 141 latter J i r.i3! aoseni* grees before II given ,point> i. equal' to the J.

jiiiuiiIA .1'0 TIC E December.of I : the same year lio was 0!'. I vinces us repermai that our ot previous the 1'ersia's remarks advices con. circumstances I should let slip.' with his wife, and finding it only occupiedby 360OOOtb part ofi le8dnd;' ,tbji may be d.".

_0- dained priefet, and preached the Morniou\ ;: I the monetary: crisis in the United!, touching Half an hour later Mrs. Beach wab: in the an old negro woman, knocked her down vided Y by n uiiti uaiiupe .u that a pert 'd o't.t

Robertson 5? Bond:! J! doctriiiQ.as he. belief 'it te be, in various Indeed States, nursery, with the ttSghef fco'man who had come with an axe, fracturing her skull, and then time equalling the ten millionth, or even the
Drs. I ,nlaces in England and, France, until 1853, were i:.rfeclly Correct we are now for (rife 61titfJ s. I wish Mrs. Simms said proceeded to demolish all the furniture and one hundred millionth part of's second may"
AV1N formed & co partnership in ibepiSdieof t ; persuaded Inn* we to* too enient a view' of she, 'that would ddtrn be measured. this "
H having, n the meantiine, beep,.ordained one you get Tommy's aprons disfigure the premises, knocking partitions By arrangement it is pas/
their Talkha/jsee profession and, offer surrounding their services country.to tho cil- I of th b seventies," ii. ?rder of "equal..pov/ef\ ; the matter. AccorJ.J! to the'; latest New ready for me by Wednesday ; we are gOIng and breaking the plaster of the walls.- sible to measure the rate of nervous impulse! '

ttetl y s of Office over the Store lately ccupied by Bet but inferior jurisdiction; to that 'of .," one of York advices, bank after b':.nk) was sCUrfl:: out of town, to remain until Saturday, and, I Adams and bis wife returned at nrght! ; afid Suppose an elecfrii' SbUttk be given to Si'arm

ton lIi?g!. I the twelve." On the 5th of February, 1853, bing to the pressure. So genera! was the shall want a good supply on hriridl /o'i. such acarefei their, feehin' on' perceiving the wreck thai! it produces a' sensation and a contra'c-:"
9.tf1llARNARD' run," that it had become i'.I(1 I little' he is.! had been tion of the muscles
Feb. !8, .57 1 he sailed from Liverpool, with nearly four imperative to scamp as wrought tHa'J better be imaginedthan ; then by noting the interval -
I a meeting of bank directors ;V':! ma'amsaid the Medical t of time between the '
Jr. hundred Mormon bound to the to avert one uni. Well, try. washer. described. assistance was obtained : shock and the contraction .
j Salt Lake City, indulging passengers high hopes of real. versal crash, $flI devise some means where. womau : I've got chind hand a good deal f for the old wom'ffn; a'ttrf ?tier few bro. the time occupied by.tne action off

f.1! WILL COXTIXCB TI!? i izing there all that is desirable in holiness, by the wheels cofnhierce( ; ) would be extri since Sammy' J had the uioping cough ; but ken, watfderfog .words, ending, it is said, almost the brain to produce the contraction, how.,, .

& MEDICINE BUSINESS j puiit and brotherhood. lie arrived in thati cated from the threatened period when there now he's better, I must try to .'ilake up for in a shriek at he mention of Harley, er quick, will be ascertained. By trying thU', '

i DRUG 8tOXOF ..4j j city in October, and manil'd.8 young lady to must be a general ce.sat6'h? tff business. lost time.' indicated to Adam's tHe (probable perpetrator experiment dd taIIcttspafls of. he body, th,"
AT THE OLD STASD I
There
i whom he had been engaged in London, and must certainly be something' wrong How old is Sammy.' of the outrage. amount or.l sensibility of.the. different leading-
'I$ began to teach school. He uas not long in I in the banking system of the United States ; : lIe was three last April ma'am.1 I Accordingly, the next Mofntog, he armed muscles th'37 be determined.

TUB m MORTAR, '1 discovering Ihe difference between what lie ,I for no commercial panic appears bu( immediately And Tom is four,' mused the lady. Look himself"\ 'Jth! a rifle and a knife, and went in M.' Helmoolz, a Swiss gentleman, has.m4i 1

had been taught to expect ami what he saw, the"banks show symptoms of" monetary here, Mrs. Simms ; won't you just open the I search of Harley. He had not far to #", for ioth very interesting experiments, WIth( tt e

Corwof Clinton And iionroe stie
: 19,1856. :8 -=-_\el hoping !better things! of it. of them announce\ suspension' of specie pay. those, four grten worsted dresses in the corner the road which passed :&! rou& a strip of results, whcb.fe/ c'op/; tram' Professor' Sillman's -''

JICDICALNOTICE.. --- .j Ih :May, 1S5G, he was sent on a mission mcnts. This clearly manifests that such an Tom's, oulgrown them, you see, since woods, he met Harley, apparently' proceeding AmericaN Journal Science:.. .
: to the Sanduieh Islands, and on his extensive paper currency as prevails in America last winter, but they aro almost as good as to complete this work of destruction. Afarmer's Sensations are transmitted i to' the brain'ai'

t R. GORMAN. J. L. \LMr.n. thither} !. resolved not only t to renounce :Mormipiii way. when so recklessly dealt in, although advantageous new. Now if you want them for.little Sammy boy, who happened to be a short distance I a rapidity of about 180 feet per" second.or f '

; : :m, but to give the world the benefit of in some respects, has disadvantages they will do nicely, without altering I, behind, was the sole witness of the at one fifth the rate of sound ; and th/s/ Ii .
DrsTGORMAN: & PALMER, i his o.xpeiieuce. This he has! done by word of much greater magnitude, and, when think.' dreadful scene that ensued, and which froze nearly the same in all individ AIs. .

associate1: themselves together in the : of mouth, and through an interesting book not foreseen and provided for in time, never Want them, Mrs. Beach !P answered) the his blood with terror. A short but violent The brain requires one.tenth of a secondto

;j' HAVING of Medicine nnd Surgery, (4Ter thurprof ; upon Mormonisn': its leaders and designs." I fait to inflict serious and irreparable injury washerwoman, with tears starting Jntp her Conversation commenced between the two, transmit its orders to the nerves \fhiph

j <">...i"nall''niccf\! the citizens of Waukecnahm : i, :Mr.\ Hydi'. is a fluent and agreeable speaker : upoh the entire community. It might not dim eJ'es-' I havn't any words to thank youor whep.Adams discharged his rifle, only wounding preside over voluntary motion ; but this
; j sunounditiK c., .utrI *\. has a thorough knowledge of his sub matter so much tb England that Brother Jonathan to tell what a treasure they'll be. Why Harley in the arm. Harley, a large,athletic amount varies much in different individuals,

, U 15. 1857. ject, is a wonderfully good looking young I was so frequently in financial difficulties J- they'll keep the little fellow as warm as toast man, then closed with him, and a terrible arid in the same individual at different.timei.. ( '
I ; l LLO-YD man for an Elder," and naturally is enabled were it not, as \Ve have already remarked ill winter.' conflict followed. according to the disposition or condition af'

{o interest his audience to a high de- that we are so intimately and directly Well, I'll place th9m on the top of the Adams at last received a fatal blow from the time, and is more regular, the iorV sustained :'

I A.u...c't1.t:=>:n.e or gioe. connected with all! 'his monetary and bom-: clothes,' said the lady, smiling to herself as his antagonists; knife, and Harley, though cut the attention. ,

ANDCO1EISSlON lie expieSSes the opinion that there can be I mercial operations. What effects him must she thought : my eyes have been open once almost to pieces(! raised the dead body, if The time required to transmit an .order.to'

I MERCHANT, no question as to the sincerity of tho Mor I! touch us severely. 'Ve invest in his State to-day.' possible, mora bloody than his own, with the the muscles by the motor nerves is nearly.

FLORIDA. mons. A community of hypocrites is! an impossibility and national securities, and we are larg'fe Not long afterwards Mrs. Beach was on knife still sticking upright in his breast and the same as that required for the nerves of

TALLAHASSEE, ; a community of fools i is quite another shareholders in his railways and other gigantic her way to rflarket! =for she was a notable carried it into the presence cff Mrs: Adams. sensation ; moreover, it passes nearly, .one.'

<,. J.lyI9.I856. 29-1y thing! < undertakings. If then, his, stocks and housekeeper-.when" she met a boy who had The boy followed mechanically to see the hundredth of a second before the muscles are

R. H. BEBRY Salt Lake city, lie describes as having six. shares tome tumbling drjwn, John P.uil must lived a short tlrfte! in her family the year before denouement, too frightened to summon assist put in motion. .. ,
teen thousand inhabitants! and as being surrounded suffer for not being on the spot. He does to do errands, wait on the door, &c.- ance and too weak to give it himself. Mrs. The whole opefrfilon requires; 1} to210tVof !
Auctioneer and Commi.sionMERCHANT. by a mud \: 'RII twelve feet high, and I not know *f the impending crisis, so as to lIe was a bright, good hearted boy, and had Adams received the murderer with a dreadful a second. C'listieqti,, *lien we ..pak'I I I

which was built in 185-i! merely to keep the realize" in, time, and ihfef-rhj avert ti alaI been a great .faotrten\ )Lt !flIl'} and shriek, and fell fainting upon the corpse. of an active, ardent mind; of of dd, tftai...[s*

T1LLLWAPfIE E.Fla., S pt.29,1855. S9 people occupied, for Young, it seems, goeson I !spoliation of his capital. Irs. Beach had alwa"S( felt mtereste'iJ tn Mm ; Harley, weak and eihasie4, iad still slaw, cold or apathetic it i iasot a mere': fig'-;"
the Napoleonic principle, that people get The Hank of England, foreseeing the nature but this morning she was in a hurry, and strength enough to dfaw; ,the bjoody knife, ure of rhetoric, but an absolute and certain*

S. S. KNIGHT discontented when they are idle, and open to and extent of the crisis," made sure of would have! passed him with a cordial, but, and cutting her features unt'l" ; not a lineament fact that, suh df&tinction, with TarVing1

impertinent inquiry and rebellion. The houses an expoit of specie to America. They were hasty, how are you1: ,Joseph, my boy ? ,Po was recognizable, ,plunged it into his own gradation; / i'ally exists.-Scientific Atneri-
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION! MERCHANT of Salt Lake city: are built ol adobe (sun. not \wrong.. The steamship Baltic, which come and see us,' had It not struck h.er that heart and fell back. his hand- still graspjng cau.' _. _

TAI.LtHASSEEj FLOKIUA. dried biicks) find looh neat and pretty, placedas sailed for New York, oh Wednesday, J took Joseph's: face did not wear {it's ffsu'al h'a'ppy the long hair of bis" vcilm.( : TJi0 J bp'y.nt last ..

!erteber1,1e65, 05 they are on the edges of squares leaving out, as a first installment, tve suppose .;76,. expression. She paused, as the memory of sufficiently recovered himself to.run for aid ; MiD i VOLCANOES ON THE COLOaADODEsE1A ---

J HIGh'-AT: foftLf51Attorney ;- well!! cultivated fields and gardens in the cen 000. This will be continued weekly, aye, last night's sermon flashed through her mind, when it came both men were deadand Mrs. ;:; r.ccrres/yondent? / of the San Djego'

; tre. and scmi-weekly: as long as the monetaryand : and asked : Is anything the matter with you Adams insensible; having almost bled to Herald, Ming l from '' Mud Volcanoes," orf*
J 1 at law a haSl[ of the industrial op.1 ( commercial afT.iirs of the United States ? You do not look d'eith. Jut
; Ghing y pictttrfi !! Joseph so happy as you the Colorado Desert, in ; fail f; sa)sf
'TALLAIIASIEF FLA. I Nations of tho Mormons, and their mysteries! continue as they are, and the rate of exchange used to.' Great excitement prevailed. She was carefullv .l *
Here, am, in the centre of the Colorado
remains-
(a prominent feature of which is a Folcmn! at 105. It would pay speculators The boy looked a moment, with a half. removed; and'attended., out dan not recover. '
Jaunary 17, 1857. S-ly oath to cheiibh constant: enmity to the Uni. in gold coin to ship specie to New doubtful, hall-confiding expression, into the "' ., Adams had been decently interred, Desert, and in the midst of the most diabolical ::

SICHARD BRADFORD ted States Government; and by every moans York if there is the prospect of realizing as lady's face ; the latter triumphed. Mr.\ Anderson's but when: I left proposals had been made for hubbub and tumult that: old mother; Nature .

to aid in overruling that government; and if much as 35 per cent, on first class paper ; moved out of town,'he said, pushing nailing Harley's body to a tree. Ad.amstwas short ever got up in a small way. It i is in,!a'!
ATTORNEY AT LAW and this, we are told, was deemed the the editor of the : a; convention of volcanoes"; spouting"
i unable to do anything themselves towards I by back his worn but neatly brushed cap from universally respected, being
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. the accompHshmc.lt! ol these objects, to entail i meeting bank directors already mentionedas his hair, so I've lost my place ; then littleMarV'a Ware County Sentinel, the only paper in that hundred sputtering hillocks, steaming, puffing flora'and; tearin A
four
(Office it! the Foul Office BtilJiugjVay ) it upon their children as a legacy) the I a fair rate demand under the circumstances. Well: sick, and that makes it very bad justnow.j section. .- .. .- feet in height, each varying one .: miniature fp..t"i Chun,
added to the from at
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: 23, 57. 21 lecturer proceeded to give a graphic delineation I ,
t PRIORESS' 'VI'i'iI'iGS.-1t is stated in London borazbjjsencl forth jets ofjteana an'o wnoke
India Company! !have borrowed million ;
of Brigham Young as a man, and as a one So it does, answered Mrs. Beach, her and and .
WILLIAM SGOTT that Mr. Ten Broeck received the now again vomit volumes of mud
I and to tho whole there moneywon
sterling, is
crown ,
lie of a enlisted. 'But
prophet. speaks Young as a man sympathies warmly never and
by Prioress at the Czarewitch race, as melted sulphur. One sends column
TirO)1tNlEV} A 7 a.. Wi underrated in continued drain to cb'ntfnent., ( mind I member before up a
as Joseph only night
greatly ; a man towering ; of bitter and '
much as ;60,000, ($300,000.) His lossesin scalding water somethirts 'fee
MONf ICELLO, FLA tellect. He muet not be estimated by the Truly, England just now is in a ticklish last, mybrother said he would want a new
England have been comparatvely: in the air, falling in hot rain on si'de(
. -lj 80,1553. SO t 1 janBenj apparently nonsensical character of his position. Place] :1 as the Bank of England is, errand boy in a few days for his store, and Tory everyrendering .
t small. rather :::
an approach hazardousl:
speeches, which are but{ the reflex of the fanaticism I it behooves its directors to be: prudent in time, be'd give a good one two dollars a week.- He U Pros dent of the ,.
Convention .
r P YoUng, of his followers. His speeches are and the exercise of that caution which the Now I'll see him to.day and get the situationfor ARTESIAN ELLS IN SAHARA DESERT.At .- hap the orater of the occasion ,fee or rpoitts may

for his people;, he must be judged by his acts. responsibility of their position impose upon you if you like !' the meeting of the American Institute well On each ; '
anyhow. side of him
lDillillYl lli WJ
A1iSOLICITOR Personally: Brigham Young is a large, pow. them to take care that the drain ofgoldfrorn The boy's whole face briobtened. Oh Farmers' Club, held at //Won yesterday, at ,cauldron, 150 feet in diameter and a. a4nk bag.

IN EQUITY erful man, with light brown hair carelessly] their vaults bo neither too heavy nor rapid. I: shall be so glad of it, Mrs\ :,liea'ch !i' 351 Broadwaya paper was read giving an about eight feet below too surface,6T fir 'pfa!
thrown back aptfn hs? head, has quick commanding This they effect by turning the screw," i. ('., And see here, Joseph; I'm going to market account of the success which has thus far at. boils and "flobs" with '.
TILL in the Courts of the Eastern Crr a thick pa.le1 &da
'% pTactice and i is the raising the rate of discount. A turn" was and find nice tended the of Artesian wells in the ,
't cnit of Florida, and the Federal Courts.. grey eyes, altogether just perhaps we cap something sinking : and water, like fie wftcnes ,
sort of person One toon d tarn To get sriethcr given, oji Thursday, another on Monday, and for little !MaryThe lady remembered that great African Desert of Sahara. The first i &ck
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look at in passing. His voice Is clear, sonorous '. we shall be glad to learn that another will Joseph's mother. though a poor seamstress, well was bored in May; 1856, in the oasis of
REFERENCES: and decided.? Brigham was born in not be ordered by the "court" in a few days was a proud woman, and felt this would be a Oued River, near Tame/fta', by a detachment I imagine: Shakespeare bad been here"the
CAPT. J. J. LCCAS, Vermont and is in the neighborhood of more. of her of the '* Foreign1 Legion conducted; 6y Engineer day. before he wrote Macbeth.; NowjiAo
COLa J. D. AIKES, f CnarltttoH, S. C. now delicate way presenting a gilt tliese $it6h-kfues
f }'&UEIt & TnoMrsew, J JDC fifty-six years of age. As things at present shape it looks very So she found some delicious pears and W. JriVatt'r, was obtained in JunA again aolj.trf&f jjitfuHihot
JAMES 8. JONES Tallahtttet, Flo. lIe had seen Young an audience of tike it. It is all very well for certain journal grapes a'ruj a nice chicken to make.some at the rat 6'f' GOO hogsheads pr hour. The slime runs Oft'1O a sluggish stream, in an
hue 8,'li7. 28 sway ists to descant tjpOn the healthy state t of trade of the' natives easterly direction, following the slight i rpci) .
eight thousand people to an fro, us if by some broth for,,MarY. who she learned was ill with joy pt the dfsCovery was unbounded nation of the On side toeihtli
A. PERRY AMAKER, superhuman agency. His power of \'iluper.ati'e and commerce in this country, to decjafm fever, before she proceeded tp( her: own mar and,, with great solemnity, they (plain. every ;
mounds vie with each
eloquence was described as something upon tho demand for all descriptions of our keting. But it was a pity thatf t 0e l lady did consented ft by thp name of" The Well of other in.throwTngjhnd?
ATTORIIBT AT LAW manufactures, and the general and the and spouting hot water upon the unwary TU-
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profitable he into the chamber Peac Another bore in Tamacjtia
terrible, and some singular instances of its not see Joseph: as sprang gave k itl'iffi i
TALLAHASSEE,FLA. force ernitatnacious Saints" : employment of the operative and labor. where little Mry lay moaning wearily on 120 quarts per minute. The temperature of i I'dYon: approach a quiet and unpretinding

t I __May 21, 1858. 20 crushing mentioned upon by the lecturer/ ToTing is ing classes, but we ask such writers what her bed, while her mother sat stitching busily the water in both cases was about 75 deg. little mound ; no steam or smoke or any
were prospect is there that this will continue, if the in and held the chicken and Fahrenheit. The supply of water furnishedby fiery indication gives you warning ofdangtr/
EDWARD 1 AI.! WEST. in Utah, and should! ] any prominentMormotr one corner up
I supreme undertake to him In Bank of ;England continues sending away the fruit crying Good news Good news these wells will, by means of irrigation, you bend over it to peep i infotho.t .miniatur. *

f.: Attorney and Counsellor at Law, speciality, he his forthwith surpass on a mission any," the gold in ?1t ts vaults and raising its rates of I've got all these nice things //bV mar; and a produce vegetation where none was ever seen crater, when slap goes a hatful): ,Rt.hot muff
the into ( and i
discount ccfmrflercfo of the your ace. inslarUly tweniy other
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. upon paper at two dollar week before.
; and thus by the Prophet's astute policy the place ft little volcania devils '
pitco'ib.; and.while out
; 5, 1856. 14 country. Oh how little Matys hot fingers closed .
April leader instead of being permitted to
aspiring FORTY-SEVEN STATES.-Would any one washes yon with slime, a'qo&e'r pI1a'iters you!
the t&ncnes of white while the .
ferment trouble at hcrme, is furnished with ANOTHER BANK MOB IN OHIO.-A letter over: grapes, believe, without looking into it, that we are with ttlttdJ,and y6u retreatit ,.ottlike a
J. Peeler her mother's
Anderson another field in which to expend his BUI plus from Mt. Vernon, Ohio, says : wing dropped from fingers, as in a fair way of carrying the number of sovereign eMdftfffte- dUfce wfio? do's ddlftU-j
cheeks.It poor
Attorney and Counsellor] at Law energies, thus, in fact strengthening Mormonism On Thursday, October 15, Mr. G. A. Slur- the tears ran down and her Mrs. Beach sat in the States, originally thirteen, and now !long f 6' &e" fortf: >
}t. ,
evening, .
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY, and the authority Brigham. BrighamYoung ges, a clerk in the banking house of Russell, was absorbed in some new book, when thirty.one, up to forty-seven But so it is.- The space occupied 1 b'y these m tf-s. 'dtf-:

POUT FLORIDA. has now twenty-fivo wives, and might. :turges & Co., of Mt Vernon, visited Mansfield library she hoard her husband's 6fep in.the hall.- In tho first place, there aVe' Oregon, Kansas, ting politicians of the desert, is about 40d
XEW have as many more, but does not care to extend ] with some $030 of I the notes of the branchof and Mihh'es6faYwh6s'6' 'constitutions are already yards long by 250 in width, 50 feet
had been every
WILL Practice attention in tbe Court to CoUcetiu of the Middle. Circuit the number further. How many children the State Bank, of that place, for tho pur. Though afternoon the was"morning cloudy, amt the day pleasant had gone formed forming; It fs" hoped that square containing ono imore of them.-

March 21,'57. paid 12 he has, the lecturer thought would puzzle pose obtaining tho specie for tho same.Upon .- down in tow sullen, penetrating rain. they will be admitted!! the Coming winter, ma. Some teem to be (forever in action ; ot&terV
a ,
tLe prophet himself to say. In Utah the. presenting hs? roll of notes at the counter Now Mrt. BeaCh loved her husband with king the members of the' Confederacy thirty. intermitteniboi' eVerf fdt7 b'6ursV-

FLOYD & HOLLAND: old proverb was reversed! and it was a1S0 Mr. Colby) the cashibr-_ recefVed' them the love of a' (rue' wife, hut hte waj not a demonstrative four. Then New Mexico, Nebraska and and others again; perhapa lHia pt for
who knew his own children and counted out the hard but beforo !Mr.\ Territories months A1
Attorneys at Law. father man, and the first beauty and Washington, already thriving : hot, suffocating vjipor renders
'\XTILI. practice in the Circuit Court of Middle Mr. Hyde thinks it is a mistaken policyfor Sturges had' time to gather up the precious of their married life had settled down will EveH the aggregate to thiVty-seven. breathing difficult, and the smell of sulphur
f f andre t Florida, and in the Supreme Court our government to tend out men to deal J treasure a nub of citizens rushed into' the into poetry somewhat bare, day, matter of Four new States to be carved out of Texas, etted hydrogen can be detected' for seVeraT
ftb StAt.. Also in the District Court: of the Um with Brigham Young who have' nof the ability bank, at a certain signal,. and threatened him* fact erilten a: e. But h'er every heart was" warm to according to' provisions in the treaty of annexation' miles before yon reach t.bf spot The Wate/
.d to cope with his masterly ; a deeds of the day, I give tn forty-one., ejected is extremely bi tr.nd sulphurous.
R'J. FLOYD, Office ApalacLIcoJa( FIa.I dilated the mortifying lirstory? of remove a dollar of the specie from the bank. qigbt.varm''hh good tional1 Status t dema' \\f cf from the area now Around the vent of the'pnhcipal one of theaeWffroli
,, upon and remembiermg the resolution of the morning1 I
D.P.HOLLAND, Office Quincy, FlA..e. His of ites was thrown to Jiitn and included'm1' tfoutd make '
tates officials who have successively package California forty-three. are beautifurstar- : ohcr8tions
.ti, Un. 61 United ,.she threw down her btttifc'and ran down : _
been sent to &!& and completely outgener.aled he #as" oidered to leave town forthwith, or stairs. Arii.-.N okl1\, Datotahv atari.\ Columbus tipt with lead; W Mfe5rah. r m.,: ifl'fil; r9 :

WILLIAM 8. DILWORTH, by this shrewd! and .able! tactician.- lay hftnsftfr Pabfe to corporeal Bufiermg, by Henry, dMt,' satd tNe' ttfft yoke 6f the Tea ti'rMfes: carry as tfp to'fbYfy. rxV arid I lovely TbJfce thaW are cbnfcW 'i1'4 &6 Ti.'{
Law awno UDg what no means ngree 'b1e. lush *itl) be the '*.I 'tenth (will Mr.Hiltiard and from each a little jet oCat..m iswet with
Attorney and Counsellor at Some he intimidated by wife, 'hag' tIre! ram wet yot at all! Let me
might happen to them should be crook his. On Saturday the 17th, two of the parfneis( take off jo-uf- dat for you./ excuse (is t 1))) to lend to that fair a wbizzlin, noise. I obtained a\ JIM oimf'D

MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. Midde! Cir finger;" and some be completely bal boo- in the banking house alluded to-Dr. Thomp Thank you, Mary J I don't think I am circlet the grace" of her form and the lightness with much difficulty, in consequence or the
Tl/TILLprtetiee/ In the Court* of the social courtesies, and Mr. I". D. Sturges-visited Mansfield I of her step. -Boston Journal.An hot hower falling like a roagie circle around
T .HitandThom-a and Lotrndes County Ga zled by smooth speeches, con' any wise injured, but you may help me,just
1 &rCh22j86. It-I,. &c., &P. to try their luck with the bank. The specie for the pleasure of it, and he stood still while them. The ground frequently! trembles, and
-- counted out the cashier, but Orthodox Yankee express?** himself as rumbling subterraneous ios tall of fires
In the case of Col. Steptoe, an officer of was again" by she removed the heavy coat, with all that
LONG & GALBRAITH, who wag sent out in 1854, to takoBrigham's before they had time to receive it, ruffians softness of touch and, movement which belongs follows concerning eternity : Eternity why do"*,below/, '

ATTORJCEYI LAW, TALLAHASsEE, FLA. courage, place'of Governor of Utah, the again entered the hank, nnd by threats and to a woman. She hung it up, and then don't yoa,know *.ue meaning.of that word I -

:TUT: A.LONG J.B.O ALBEAITH ba T. MIOC1'ittUdtberwelres Colonel and biB fellow officers were so blarneyed menaces actually drove Messrs. Thompsonand her husband drew her td his heart with all Nor.! ;iUher; hardly. It is forever and ever, Woi.-An. .... article coaau&eturei; by

in tbe practice of Law. They fascinated and be-fooled, that be, after Sturges out into the street. Here several the old love's tenderness. and five or six everlastings a'top of that- U inddreitoake.-s. :
_
)*ill attend.Carts the andtb Conrt*In DUtrict tb. Middle Courts Circuit of tb.,tbe United Su.Ir.ln. keeping, his commission of Governor in hundred citizens had collected, and were And.there was music.1"i .' irs. Beach' heartas Yon might place a row of figure from hereto K,[ Q: bi4 1It*, lie ..

.tat.i Ta11&bu"e.' bit pocket unprewnted for six.months! ready for vengeance, and no doubt would she,went.QP.I:!:irs-mnsic set to.the words, sunset, and cypher them QP. and 'it would. .,. 4inLfl :
1to 1-
OSU* ppo*iuth. C urtHoui.. signed his office, nod got.;up petition which! have proceeded with their desperate work Ee*'6pe 11'I ," not begin' to tell bow many ages long etcrni.tj '- -
..October 28. 185', IT be $induced alf the other officers and his civil bad it not been for the interference of: B. eyes open ia. Why, ray,friends, ,alter millions and J t\ und.,. _
:: the President, re. Burns, Esqi,.who acted as- P& l Why does a lady wearing cribolne apptti1t ( trillions of years have pdtood awAy in the take to .t'ioqt1ng u to' _
; Laws of Florida. jppntYoungs friend.to ign, asking Gove.t iorit, $ the propewt the..occasion, pledging himself .DtHt1aK.cru'j comicd'as' well'is' cotilcil! $! 1.t morning eternity, it wooft' be a hundred attempt to wttcHta hiatwr** without ad.' __

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Hammond 71 Pic-tens ,
The CrisI in K us I and-The War in India. I [COMMLNIC.tTED.1] I j jrttetnlllc fall into such a state that tho farmer, the- artisan United States Senator' ;:r- The" Ui oeU*. more comDlOQ among fhllJr

& ournal.T TLc late news Iroui Europe i is highly ,important Currency.. Paper Currency. j the market man, and"tlic clay laborer can only Le Ch'-onut 36. and yet nones whtek*> frequently baffle the ,|,m of tbe pill'alelaa.

1 ? : in a commere-ial point of view. The effect of the MES.SES. EDITORS. In trembling] with ; paid in small bank notes, part counterfeit part un- COLUMBIA, Nov. 30.Ex-Governor Hammond i i. M worn Thy are bif hly' lktrlmt'lItaJ to lb, -,,.
jou it communication South Carolina. Vote atUutiotl; HlKrIr pretence tboulei tx .
elected U. S. Senator from ]
-' -" .- -. ,I financial cni: h in the United States is severely felt : it is not my intention to discuss the curreut and half "'orDout, abdicates one of 1 1 a'sa Picken*, 5'J few !. jpitiut by parent On UM ant manlff-UUon eareftiipiirj of ,

A J. I. A H A 8 S E K : 1 in: Great Britain, and on the Continent. On the suljee-t which has of late assumed to much iiuj>or cred duties and becomes a partner with the strong stood for Hammond 85 ; ; every mcwushonM be tmd to .ZpeL them Promptly iymmcro*LI'thorooghly. j

--- mh ult. the Bank of, England raised its rate of dis- tance to.\\it IIoshlI we our taxes ?"- and wealthy in the oppression of the 'Weak and tering. M'Lane'i Vermlftife Prepared ty J1'lIJlfIc

.ATCRDAY- DE'EMRER 5, JSST.TALI.AHASSKE eotii.t from nine to ten per cent. On the T2tU therewa.i Abler, than: mine cain ever pay hope to behave nt'cdAdopt a hard 'money system, not too suddenly ARRiVAL OF THE FULTON sate Bros.and of hitmsburgh. I. well .tabIIhfd u tbe mot MruljT
= pins np pely remedy ever offered for this
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IUABKET.iuTTOX j fea rf id panic, all the Banks rt'fucing discounts pretty well exhausted: the subject. And though I. but 1.)' degrees, and we will always be able ST. Je-nxs, N. F.. Nov. 29.-Tlie steamship Fultonwa amid dangerous malady 1 ; and an who hare the troobp.ntn[
mlaICf'm."t
-!):". 4-'aItt (,the Meek. 100 .8. :* folio*tlstlOS.C"a I in any shape. The t-ame day, IIl\H\'r. the Trva- hare read each communication carefully ClII.11'01l to pay our taxes in gold anSI !ilv cr. But continu"j b"arded off Cape Race to-day bj the yacht of ofchiMren b\ t keep IhU lnt Iu We medIcIne em hmd.

.. the n. lIk Charter 'Id iu the present courae and ill Hccec'* and In aitdulop to iu i.Tfect .afcty.It
10VM ald easier. .' ur\_ letter fippeared tn-pcnding dere'J will their content*, their authors will e-\e-u-e New York As-oeiated Pres The Fulton left South I never fail to prodw.. i-T,

HEIR .. \LF. VOu Brl.r,. .\ and authorizing the i issue of note to any a- j me when my opinion, under the present c-iicum- attend every step. ALI'I L\. I ninpton on Wednesday, the 18th inst.. and bringn desired effect.
rimPurchasers will be careful
to
__ xk for .
- IK M"CELKBRATED '
mount on approved Sfer.rhiw*. Tho effect was in stance?, i is decidedly! in ftivor of the theory put forth --- I late telegraph dates from London, Liverpool I and I VERMIFUGE \ ?
Wncr1 oiiginal articles, indu.1I an uLiti i and the of I.I.I Storm ou the Northerullantic.. I IXo. ID.1lIlItadurd byFu.I .
Tin .nce,1, price "
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: t stni.taiiee panic I h- jour inte-lligetit (lI'rc'p.'mll'nt"j Frankfln. I Havre. B.OII. PtttAvrgh, Pu. All other Vfrmlfo,,,
] cmele] l fD
notice, on ur t.ibl% : tinav 'i.1tLv I 8.To I pari.
\LrJ \ c,>tte'tt II:'} all kindi lf preiduce immediately ad- merely this sentiment as a citizen, and shall There are no cotton quotations received in the Ion are') Pr. MTane's (tDnin.
expre-M Vtnultvr. al,..
this i iue but in tlc! n<*xt. the Editor* of the FloriJlan Jc Journal : hi. celebrite-il Liver Fill '
'i has JIn.l:1. favorable'tfeet ,can now t be b.
fpI(1 "-:111.: This new 'lightly devote no time nul' space to my reasons fur tiLe c'I'1I1 I di-patche J at ,-j "pt'CIaI1I, t
1 Rail Roads fiom" different points on the Gulf of drne itores. .Von genuine iHMeuf M.
The E..Ctrn Mall. <->:i the I bii-ima's of the l"1Jtl..1tJh': ;, n- indicated :, ion hut iniiaJiattly proceed to a broader field.Ami .- : Consols had improved }, and! money matter were Hfnatwrt of
J-I
Mexico to the attainment of the object [ )
Th.!schedule (-TI thi. n'utc has K. In view.
I
Lunged by the Dqiaitmciit! at Wnbirgtcn. The ; cities. Among the heavy failure in Great Britain < >, with particular reference to the I finances of our I Several heavy failures are reported. I

nriivalrand dcjariui.. from this c1tl re .is follow : was one whose liabilitSe- said to rcae-h ten million I frtatebhould I gain converts to my sche-nu1, it will |I The ilissisaippi i Alabama, and A Apal.iehlcoln! I Breadstuffs have declining teudency: and there ip .
with their tributaries subcrve the in i ia
Due lure Jy t IH' II of, Monday: an. of dullar?, and fall a\ilyon their branch I ers, purpose -
E: j>rrc M i > j be moi e than my nio-t sanguine expectations w ill was something like n panic with holder --- -- -
Ii but these natural elo not afford -
Fri1ny of raih WI.., a n the direct "pcedy. exten-nv and facilities -
Wednesday of inch week, nt 8 .A. f )!Ii to ck!? at New Origan tion to this important subject and cause those, most I uninterrupted rally. -----0--- --
of commercial intercourse which
are required
at ;. A. JL The :iceount from India arc a foituight 1:1tTh (.- deeply and vitally interested, to give it a share of I yet The above is all the news reeeiveel tip tn a late ARRIVED -

Til dI1I' compel] ** us t" g. to Ird a ( previous nportiof the capture of Delhi] are I! their attention. | Rail Roads therefore, are in progress of I hour last night. Nov.. 29. Mail Steamer Gen Riuk. ft

day carlrr tlan heretofore.an-1 te* <-*'nforl tlis fulleonthttied.. The lo-3 e>f the British trinips 'washuenv : The condition, l.inu-utahle and elc]durable in the | con-tructitn froTi New Orleans, Mobile and Pcnsa- Key "" (. Left same day for New OrlJaw.. 10111

coIn, desijTTicd i j to effect ft communication with thereat Further the Fulton. Dec 2. Mail Steamer Calhoun
by
: killed and '
,
RathLnra
1. : .tiol1t'lltt I lb')
adverti-eiiiMits jmiit nu-n
change of day ( being extreme, t>f our'fin.incial !} tc-m is too well known j New frt>mIX
lul.1icatin Orlenui4.
Northwest. The Southwestern rail mad having NEW YORK Nov. 29'.-Thc steamer Fulton brings
oflTcer-1. The
handed In :) TunlIY n enh-jto: it.-ureiiis<'tti"n wuui.de'd, including "upwards GI'( to the public for me to nttc-mpt a portrayal. The I 1
himself the llritihi.acconmjanied a junction at Macon with the great chain ofroad $22l ))()O in specie and valuable cargo of Frenchmerchandize. PORT.
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urrendeied to I
the current we J. King ( f Delhi fear and excitement widehi has mo Midelenly ,'iz<'\ !! I Bark II. I* Knr-jer*, Delano
the old i of the Mate of Georgia, wants but about one lading fur X. Turk
The life of
--* -- his chief wife. i :
Cvl.
by
of the -iIyarel,
I the 11I'otll. total failures mo-t :J'. .lnn' I lietkntthi do.
Mcli ool hundred miles to nnect with the Gulf at The financial aa'icure absorbing interest.-
of ce Apalachicoln I bain. Moii Jr.IIe
monarch: who i is neaily ninety year a-re, wac i t'uil of the bu-ine-s hou-isin, the lme ,
Notice the advert''ei-KJ't'! of Mr.. CHITON, i:< .tifvV The market easier and the I }'i&h Wolfe
] and and alit at English was .sa ,
and who i! through Bainluidgo Quincy, money ;
I .1':1..1, but his. t vu SOnS a grand son, were ..f all eJe.
\ in the >
ing this community : pur-CM-} tl vj-cn K.l-eH'l i pike CiIU1.ldjte5.thie Mif effects of the of the Bunk charteract Brig J. .f;. Anderson. He Tior
.f1:1 : ] -11"t.t the* commencement of the > bt. Marks through Thomas* Monticello andT.illahaee I good suspension loadinif for N. York
captured, were !
the 4t'i! of Mr.! <". vn* I faing of the I'oor laboring '.m for the absolute noC'iti (;. T. Ward, Hubbard,
in this city, on Jatun'llxt and Delhi the were I *. The Fernaudinn He ad to Cedar Kev'sand was everywhere visible. TIle demand for discounts I lo.
] ct1flttCsl 'with the, : mutinies In Cawrpore Sepoys j s of life, and thc total Mnn.l to which nil .'\. lljstic, Flu h, do.
for *oinc time Mio1creelitably : guilty of many acts of atrocity. Thin Bnti-h seem t fii-ess i bre.ugbt. speak to us unmi-tak.ihle; terms I'' Tampa will add another link to the great chain of I was less apparent. The rate of interest ih i (Jen. Bailey, B. F. NureJ: waiting

Talkhnr St-nunary. interc-our-c and communication. had declined half. Suwannet Monroe
a
Hamburg ,
;
to belie\: in an for an (\'e, nn.111 tooth for a I loading 1
\ the (, Grtli": rl'la.1! i il"ge. eye the fact, th.*.. a gi revolution taking plaice in ,, I failures had taken in France tfchr. Arlington, Mirch
rd\o-iH lcnt tooth," for nt the capture of Delhi it i is '1ate.l that While the Western routes will accommodate all Several place including waiting 1

situated in the town (-f (Jnftin; On. Ihetxercises j doubtlef- hundreds the Ul' 'nl'1I1"j' wd.I-a revolution, or nurepropei- the region West of the .AlIegIIlUliel"llblllna., Mississippi I Borden, Dubant t Co.> and Philippe et I Fnol.ion.. (CliilJ, hIgtmtmrEog Live QjC *
all the male citizens-including : i iI %S The brig (;atvest
( which has caused of cWm to I trtiWhilne-ldloadir,2itr'
revulsion u pall
of this In-tUutun arc conducted: under tli iu.li"'l'millat.IbI"J' ly a Teiine-see! Kentucky Western Virginia Viber. f Live Oak a t .tucilla 1 Bay.
; of innocent I'leQIe-\Hrl .
aUI."r'i] :in of the H," II. II: M I..trow, 'AloM> ]ioculur -.tt iI. Truly } tn ,\ cast over our once prosperous, land, 1 linsringdismay I and the g1 eat West, the Knstern routes will atford I The sugar maiket in London liad improTcd fully J2f The bark Rut gen and LedyarJ, and thej

] fitncm f.r the posltkn i* of jrei*.-r.ilhlk5ty.| .. 'tbn'5 :Jiiliuninniij' tn man, to hnr.elred Iud beggary to theU-.ind- '! the mine facilities to the States East of the mountains I four shilling Rice was inactive. I brie Anderson; atfe nearly feady for lea, all

-.--- M bkc'llIItk'l1 mh.man.1 l lLicknow Wf:1n:' Unfortunate: peoplejou! have been the elupe- of !' | down to Spanish IIolr anchorage. gona
(; 'oigia, North! and South Carolina, Virg.nia: The general news is unimportant. I
A Map or Florida. j which had be .i jrill/ntly defendby! im-I e$1onsilJle: : and ?oulle5 boliBut! we nee-el not i i The brigs Mystic and Fuh will probably tlar '
We nre in.le-bte-d to Mr. Drew, ofJMdiniI1". Maryland: and the inoie Northern Atlantic f t'teg. }! No Liverpool report received by the Fulton. I to-day or to morrow.
l a Hiiall Ih'.ti-h foro" agaii.-t t*ie r..bel, *. was relieved over an inexorable necessity, (for necearity it
and Mobile hare
fora and ch. jacket of thi M.etc.IkcidfcS .-- Ii weep New Oilcans wiU gro.t advan- j[ There }had been no more suspensions of houses i ini
new gint
the fullest anil l mil Ilp we by (;1.11.! 1I:11..dr.w! '.1 imc in Stptembcr, j just a- mu-t over be, =0 long as we tolci.itc the iiicsiiit taire in their pre-uit iallm*IJ.* trade and travel, 'I i the Atneri'-nn trad?. I -

being m'j.t perect the beiczrsVL: <* J1J{,;:t to 1,11)up the place. I mode of I bai.k: amid 1 b.uikiii!! iiisti'iition i **,) I but rather vvhilat the other (: advantagc j j Grand Lodge of Florlifo
the haiiJ-onu-t., the I GnlfpmU poses peeuliar [sHOM> UI-P\TCII.]
have is de-ci-Je-elly j
seen, !
i \1 There ; to be con-Merable di\i-ion ai..l 110" hat it bctonu u- to ,141, auel strike a death! (&:: Notice is hereby given that the Anntf.al .
!!
thoMj iitly *!, ar-- i aj.pi-.ii Sri) locality an.l superior harboi Thus Pen- I NEW YanK, Nov. 29. The Fulton" papers are to
Ce,utit5", m-( (org-tni1 CoainiuiHcation
including: dienio the, lItiH.c.r,. The 0.1:1 be but blow at tIle root r.f the edr call pue. i lye at :a of thiM. W. Grand Lodge Of
among ;I'o1.11'IIHk .Is the fir-t port on the Gulf with her I har.'], with Liverpool dates to the 17th itn-t. Price
named ami c'oi tJ] on the map. 1 h 1 Railroad are : I Florida, will ic. LId at the Masonic Hall
little .dou- that the back bone (.f the mutiny i'nIroken inouieiits glaiie'f, thc c.u-eb { f the evil, anel we all TallaW
and Cedar Key I of Cotton nominal of Afneri- Monday
Llk marked. Kve-ry: n.iJla111: have one, iarg' rLII..lll1l'acivlh: h.uborTunipa ; no quotations given see. on the llth? day January,
) ] ; *' fully iti-ficel e-vil it i,, eif the v\'.r-t liurt'- : proxitnu
which can l be .for !l.f the jiubli'-her] nt I and th.it theBiilish will MJOII be in jioa- 1 aie an ''1, have high, chiiiii like wi-e, nor e-tisrht Apalach'oli i can. The sales on Tuesday were l,5uO to 2,000 :j at 12 9'bck, M'i The Officers and members oth5)
tLtahlc 1 Why then not apply the r. imedyVhy wall until Grand Lodge, Master, Warden
so"ouof: entire enuntrv.t to be ji.'t-jse-J by-with sixteen feel al law vatcr !i bales I and RjTe*;nu
Jacksonville. j ---_ -- s\\eit I by another and another, (for ,, tires of Lodges, and all others coneer&cilill
: wo. aie way tare)
-- t and i.incte-en feet at lleed-tide eii.'er the bar cf her The quMathns i-t Indian cotton ar& nn { to J ; due notice thereof and
.; \ '<*c and Hunter <>Virginia.I govern theuielvei iceorJiiiglv.
Go. 1'crrj.Thi '. : we- haveriiikrcl fioiucver.il similar eonvul-ion,) i lli-tetn ith the advantage of be-in I higher. The market closed ver- flat, : By order 3!. W. -
j I Th uertlemen, t throiiirh the )11('.him i : Ilf the pas -w :; nearer operator* | Grand Master.
iiriiveJ in this hi re*>_ >f thee elisn-tieui* gile-: that \How 110 one good ? I
? 1h".frui ; ( JNO.
g get.tlt.nian i !have: presented to the public th'ir5ew r,''- to Ni-vv York than the othunearer) to Culift) and I i awaiting financial development" I, B. TAYLOR, (;red Secretary
llnrMa la Hc-i, j i" pie-'s Niiiewill 5nfoim that the sea reity efj,rs-
at. vo-i ,
idom-c in Fart on Tbi.rt-Liy
J pitting, ih) >! Klu :I iml'inzli'i and the .\.IIII I.i.trn- : the We-st Iinlii than the Western routes, azud 1 being : Wheat had declined l 18el. to 2). Flour had deI j
) *
iiuwh) rrrl about the 1J4jtjttLrv affairs (' (ur !I ei'-ii- 1'ictali' ,ile-i.ai.h a circplatinn, and! umeno
ci.11 1 i i tii'H. Tlitir IItti I u.!.-*, aelefiii._*,d bj thein-the,, are I paper I ou the thiect]; line lioiu New Ycrk to Tthuanttpec.I climillei.. to C-l. Corn flat. :J t Grand Chapter of Florida-

4 State nn1 will do CV(rything il1c.1 ja\ei' tu\\:ids! ;, plight; !ly inti: on5tial, tiiis) the siuuTr : : ) e'rn-'iotH rrot' was r.e-ver ftilln iut"r I An air line may be nridu to this point from Rich In the London rtrc a'l-ttmtrs market tIJ'r11t a I Ozr Notice is: hereby given that the Annual

the of the l-arr.it-iniai: oc .at ndmit I t-u-! i i- tit r.t a seat: 'city ofl.I''ci'I1t- :
peojil j Convocation
r..HeiI < ;pie : 6f the if. E. ( .
uiond was :2to 3" lower inferior ; R. A.
\ I Iun4ei( !" '" ai.d e'Xf' et, to 1 1.c able t toi Wa-hington City, over a country nearly f'lIl1i"Ilellt unsaleable. Chapter of FW
iojit
.ioled !.<'rcly.IIoii.. !|i Administration th" nuin." I alt in th.- (''ot'"U, :iii.d i- i ijrwn that nrj cn'iie, level with few or no no ti 1':1 I obstructions front hills Rice ilat.T' Ii I i liLt will be ht-M at the M.t-c>uic Hall!, Tallahassee,
__ I !\II'pc.rt: ;! :n .. 'II.cn the' ucstion i on M! nlay! the llth dav of Jannarv.
-- e I
i I we-ate fin eliiefully Jq rl 1 proximo nt
(;. S. 11f" klt'. : )- Wi.c'e: Mr.! Buchanan and his admini! or water course*, sons to place tutu for the? place:? "; Waverhampton,} tatrort1eMr Bank had 3 o'cle-ck P. M. By ordr of M E. G: 11. P.
'I'i -(tit* it-elf, why are we = eletie-ient in thesemetalsV
The ilarianna J'atrivtvf the ::;.1 tilt., fasth.it : ration 'lilt mt cordial eonlldeiieo, and will -up' I [ e ; within less than a elay's travel (.f th Gulf at mewl smu4pea(1eI1-thue liabilities being tery great, the I JNO. B. TAYLOR, UrattdSeritarf
Why are gi.i! 1 and silver .o exetcdinrlycaiee t t
lhi" gentleman Kft there <'I t1t 2.;ith \t. f,.r Wa-h. j I pi-it thun a; long as they do no in'ix wl'.n; tim ii while the IIIKe'f the world are in active I irate rail road: s-peeel' ; indeed, with the grade of :j ji i failure produced great excitement. I

ihgton Cit_.. I &tutcs also] that the cifp-In thatacctj"u ; th(.v ha\easy: <.t jiirjutrated." I( el.iily .lutieni, eli-g'TLM-ig!i them at llIlIlIexlIlIll.11.,1I i I which this route i i- !
Lad been danui ed by heavy frut. j There\ a rmike-d ilhT*:r.'ncein t the-edeel] iij-. iij-i ;, highestpeeel} [ for locwrnotives, '"e are confident thai i!1 NKW ORLEANS, Nov. 29.-Tlie tf-amer \ (Ur:: Of DeMolay Corr.manrferj No. 1 of
I 1 l.Hi, 1'ioiu the b..I: of Mother I-iith: ? An'l) ill .urtlJeT'I'I'II
S ----. j It j 5- no more than was tei l-e cx p, tI..ll jn rhap", for New York may in the course of time, be reached in I| has Ji.UUO/HjO and the Daniel Wtbiter Florida will assemble at the Masonic! 1111, !i'I
Light
this lies the evil. lime is ,
ilkitiir ..f the \Vot I the answer to ; country Tallahassee
The > < iii during time session of the
Iliri.J cont.t\l I Mr. Bue-hai.an) was Mr. Wi-i- fir-t choice fur the i I a day. It will in all probability be the great naj ,; 00<> in specie for New York. i ii Grand Lo icsi.lu-d: in thy ( OfV.. 1) filull I with :i piper: e-uireiu-y lalll\1l'o:1 no foiiui | Florida. Bv order E C.
In.Jidl1 .l'ctit' i i j'r&niden"hie! Mr. IIIHI ('r'* fiefeiesice was for I j tional route for the transport of passengers and i llana-spethy, late refiner in the San Fmncico I,. P. HOLLAND
ci medium Kewdr
i ].lti'JJIIIII.l thi- act i1. sis .1 ul.iling
vorthf) the I ,
Karnef;
K-q, gentleman \
: ,1ititdiolnn.l mails Cuba, California Brazil and till other I
i another. Mi. Wi-e hiiifelf *>ems Kitified1that Mr. to Mint has been convicted of
I embezzling *15iu-<-0.I Editor in the State*
xill make .,fiki'it Offucr.Apalarliicola ': i l' n.l<.rs the value of gold J I. -s than it i IS intrinsiclilyweiith i friendly te> the l'a.mrr, are requested
an j j I HUflt'r'- -1I1'Inrt of the. adminSti.ili will I 1 Le nil 1 ports iu the Southein llcmi-pln.ro. I, It 'w bclS-ved rn California that the Mormon[ are to give the aLo>e one hiitrtiou.
aj.-l dnive-sil to iraik-tts whtieits
---- tly -
coii-cquii I
Adorlier.Tliis : that can I be '!dlllu..l! if not all that cm.M. ] 1)(. de- It is not our purpo-e tn give un-lua prominence I implicated in the late m.a'sacre of emigrants <>nth<> t December lt 37.
value i U 111': 1I1'11' ciate" !lias l vith the i .ire.I. : to any one of the routes designated, the field eif eli t. :
re :11'1"-'le.1 amc phains.
ucdu1Iu.r ; { ever i-alicd, expands the pclalieli of the! lank',
nratn''f ,! !! .l"iu.iril! : >' of, dinnKMonthat Tlii--: fri"i.lJv] otertureV.fll.l !" iinjiJl I "nfiJ-:iei.l i terpri-e being ample fur all, especially in viowofthe The general news is unimportant.j i!
which: i in turn eau-.cs eviijthing to rise to uu iverI -

characU ri/cd i 1 1"1"- Jhv -tiiution of J tlic 1.t'< j in restore cor-15.il) i e-3:ition* between the two g.'ii- I I I'cwn'all1 -, atvl thivalue 10-ae-t*> upon thil.ank-* I position which the Gulf ports ought ultimately j [SECOND 1.o1.1'.T
}>y fire about : ye.ir :i&r.'. \V.; J&re grutitivd I, tlemcn, and amity amoii.
to !ee it, and (flir.11 t1t] ,- 1--! j ..!.!.hr uj-on) thi- j lion cof the Dunonntic j ln'-' "f'pf1d l t", Mr. IIuiiV thing i ii kej't at an impreipcr: height by the iibunelanee York.Vhii) then shall 1'reuImne to limit the extent I hasariiveel with jI.TOiJ/'OO I in specie.The j ji

r('neucdidfii] < ; ',f 11 in.jijdl1s* '}-hit, li htins : 'r have been iippmntly: t:ike'si nbi-ckand with the i I of these worthier 'I'UUlbo to : of their u cfhiresor the sphere of their operations i i eviJt'iice is conclusive of the murder of 118 .

Its way <-uc<%e"-fi.ih] '. :::; comiiicneuand tho..c
i institutionhaving! I no
:i Full I It is iio'-l obviota tiat will be of d* -iand PAY up for the year 1858, or the* Levjr required -
4 Vii nzini.n ;.:11'1', which I athat, I! the I A'nyrtrchnn i fhey points news has caused great excitement here. j j jj
C\1tnn '_ td 1 it- r.latim Mr! I Iluiitfrfo I 1! pirturo: fir all the at earners from the UV.ite'l States .dnrlI!I
-- t to Middenlv.% at ; The Panama eMrt.ii Martiijez'-j .
0 : ; j the I cry is (f.i- mOIl-ye-, f*,i' the guM! which. I the sii- j papers : force. Bilb of the folio-win:; RANKS end SPECIS
The Kaiika CoiiMifution.Tlie i the drop cf a hat ait were*, that it hancehed! alinre 1 I to he We-t Imlif* ami tuthm'rie and fur the i| tion .f war against Costa Rita. '! will bo received for STATE TAX :
: of t tin-e l Llllik notes has cau-eel to
: jirevailing i'nj'j.sions. :i h that the Pr.-i1cnt I I I. ntiit'muut e>f dm-ivc eritici-m! fiom the I "i...i-o-i- I !pciabuiieluiicc .. d' U I routes Cal.feiini.i, whether! by Panama, Tehuautt : i It i is rejxr-tC'l that Nicaragua troops had firad :i BASKS OF SOUTH CAROLINA.

mi.l hi*< Calj3u wt area. unit in aj.pruvinir lh netieiii! j ; I leave the country. 1 \ C1) thing lImits to a .Iecll. or Nicaragua, and Mexico, and in this chain I
i ti ai.d (1ft the liunter (' pec Ge Late !
( : .1 portion ]'1' 4. basiand oIdw I.idl at ) upon : Canty, on Nicaraguu.Washington. Union Bank Charlestem ; State Bank of Charleston
one periodteniedrUK.ll
1 of the KBH-AS Constitutional Clu\rl.ti',1 c"nerinins .. I I'Ir. ; -ur ; e.t connection for lines tr I'trope: particularly Eng- II I ; Bank of Charleston; Planters Bank of Fairfield -

th? fnc of 3ceilirg the q-u-tioii of -laveTV. I I hiiiiincr.Thi I iieiw :I..umc11 ut.ioM'it that under- almost 11all,1 and 1'l'IlIl.'e.i Pre1n ; Rink Chester ; Bank of Camden; Bank'of

-* ('lIt1"II.ln, who had his. brain 'ofh'u.Il\, j iinpoible to 'i.iv. Ihe paper has drivi.ii off, W.VPIII.NC.TOV, Nov. 28.-Tlie amount in United I Georgetown Bank of Cheraw.
be inferred iudcl] from ;
may i.-v\-pij-er intellig*'nee, II i With thts" routes Psf.iMV.IiciI I can it be doubted
tl. lamented Biookhas letuiiudto Ma'suhiiI I the gold, because m one would u-e it when the Mates Ti to draft i is TheI
j subject $7,328,000.
e.i-ury BANKS OF GEORGIA.
from W.i-hineton, that th! : 11.1uiui.trati"1 haalready j that time\ t traveller, tin lII:1ucf butine-x, I the emigrant, ,
setts from a Irota'ach..l'iit to Uuio'elie] le- I jidp[ *:r answered the -arne puif'o-e ai'd! could be. olj- :, reduction during: the past week is $ SOlO*).
taken ground fln.tl:the :1.Ilui"i"l of, han ifS | I woiilil [prefer an ocean navigation, ea y and plens at, I nk of Columbus ; 3IiddIe Bunk GetTrfih oin-
; ports l.i-i brain oin':what hardened. II tallied] Itt greatly redtieed juice, and l thus when me-cwl Pank cf EVuhsVrrt-r.
i.u-lerthc, ('x Con-tituti'-n.. TIle J-oulh! ,. with mn.lall.l j 1"anlit: breezes in a temperate clime,
tIJc -- .4I_ all confidence ill thehe pioini-i.s to ]aj"> i ia des" I Kanaaa Free State COJl. 1tUon. I also give cfjtice that I wilf commence thus A'sie-tj-
in Congrc, ill I') -*.i.tin IUIIC,1C'1 :.1 <'c.I. ,:IC- ; Railroad C'oiinrettoii lxterii ('harle-< 1 tived, there ill no coin to be found to meet the exigencies AioisTA, Nov. 30th.-The Free State Convention merit for J853 on the first day of January oeif. 1
'I ted front, Hanked by the <'on-ervalive ,leiij<'raey i and ..florida.'I r. Yulee in liarle-Mon. I perils *.f the elre-ade'l Gulf bticam, with itsie-e-l e-rgs j I can be foind at Dr. Barnard' Store in TalUhaesee
Drug
I j of 1 the tt'I'i.1I and fjim ;a.'ul stituU\ It i- I of Kansas meets on the 2d of December, to take into -
On the 7th hat the ( hailctonCourior
I ot .
: from the North) i i'i! maintenance* of the j I tl.u1aftuuied ; 11101'11.I'yl I and foa.3, its awful tempests anel hurricanes, and its at all times.CHARLES.
liti'.n evil I which ealNo loudly! fr 1..Jl'e.s:1II evil i consideration what course thy shall take re-la- !
( the Chaml of 'I.IIIII.I'I'C' of that this
: cr city I L DtMILLY Tax Cullector.
f 1.1 \vill ivctre t!I(IJllii"l( ] /n'I,aft ill-III'I')rtable ecld ? I# it too much to say that ,
ith waa'l,]lre*!'-d by the Ion.! I). L. Yulee, with n fi 1"I I from which we willl'I.'ri.lilallj' suffer if ne> actioni lli\'c to ke new Constitution. Dec 5. 1857. 49-41
Mute \ Ir v> irhcMill.iv e'rv. a-"limy le 4tixnint.1 1 '- ; through their sucecssf'il establisliuHi.t the awful -

the -f the I I in liCe I to the 1id1vzmtitag'4 IIf a e< 'niKction lctwernChaileton i tuken to prevent its rccuncnce. Small pnp.r II' ocitiurc'l in and I Domestic Itlarketn. j jCiuRLEstov
Iy ],'c'j.Je < t l.dl FOV- elles that have )e'iH-sjiasl daily
;
Tl'l-ic.r' I <>
; and the ]1'loiida" I'ail UeadIt i Mated I cin-ulaiion i, aan Dg the -'r. atcEt gii,'\nnees that I Nov. 26. Sales of SELECT
cotton
udgu CUIodt, (>J th.tfl't! il.t \\.iehe ]lillIUportion 1 oc-e-uuing, would have been averted and the Aid I to-day

jf th 101 tll'rl dciuucratic I.r ,ea approveof } that he ad-lre-d. (the Chamber at much: ]en JL citizens of Tallahassee arid
be
:' the measure Hunt unequi\e.*(.nllyan<>thi- portion i I with .jrn nt ability, di:mon--t rating nir>- IJc:1usi'ch'. I' ', und tall iruieiallupon those least .iblc to I the Central America, the Home\ the Puhuki, and since the Y IInd rLi1t'* ne'l111e muiket is firm ; to open a Select School vicinit/. that, .>r proposes theJhstrqttiod'of

including th> l'lliacdlllia: J">iM olitcd by Mr.Foiney ; the i'u1'r1'r I.hlllt3;
ami the & :." 'illrl which i is kneiwn to i itt competitors as .i thotnuzhfaru betv.eontheNorth I payment: the hoUKr! of the Hi'.ill Dolt**, who aii r[ may be the work of time to e-lfcct so great a change I have declined J cent iu teaching ia tbS!; city, I Hopi, by untiring zeal

have rtfle-ctcel heretofore the *er.tiiiiits of Mr. I;, an-1 the South. I the laboring population, me gene rany the fir-t to IlIuj such n revolution, jcl but a few years have MtitLE, Nov. 26.-Cottor strt!, rn two W1ys 3600 I flnd urtrem tted energy, to u) nt a eBar? of publicpatronage.
-- The greatest c.ire wilt be taken with
Dougla", have m.mif-ted the nio-t .l l.-vi.I.1 }I-lil I \VE.1iItn-"now his two feet elecp :it Niagara I ufr l'. If eountcifeitiiigiacariieelon, it i isgeneially I
ity to it. 'lJ'II>lce the :tion c.f the ("nvci-: Fall-, and there* 5 i" more1 e>r !1.'-, (,f it tl.rungh 1 notes eif-mall dciieiiiiniitions which are eho-t for wh.it Juts I Leen the result ? B. I news caused advance. Receipts 3GuO.. progress and morals.

ti with iinitiition, because th-y aie more generally circulated Nsw OHLEVN Nov. 26.-Cotton sale two As complete and thorough an education will b.
< n a derree ( fflrTltaV that foil ids <: j far nced insteadof days I
Wo-Urni XI'Yurk Reiehe-tor. teen
1'iom
,:lIJ'I" no u e-i-tn-j The \'" wre-tit should have be obtained other
i al Institution in
of J'(trctioJ and J'tUI to tile FU]>port e.f :pnvein- !! that !*eintte, New York but little has fall 'n. At I!, among thoie who know vny little or nothirg! : .ill.f< in the 4th juragiajih of the 2d number, in 22,000' bales. Middling 11J @ i clio The Steam. given the State as can and as soon as the any patronage will warrantable

nier.t m .afure* vhich the I! j about them and are consequently ea'idirrs to tin sentence e-ennmencing, The mistake here arises er's accounts advanced the market. to-
dearly re--.ts upon pnl'lI] I R.avcnr.a: Ohio, a fl'Ja '-> ago, it was neatly a fut I j Receipts and competent assistants will be procured. Ia
Jar and the fiaud. As the expeller of gold audfilvcr, tmall fieiin confounding mnds occuiiinjf. It should be, and Flour better with the SCHOOL class
se-iiPe authority of Ihe only people cClmpeI I day 7500 bales bugar sterling 3 F connection v for
ele-ep] and theie wa-s fclcighing: at Cleveland! on jthankgiving j wrecks occurring not in the Gulf} ," eic.
fe-ttlc I note are the curse of any community, for they arc New York BOOtftfEEPIHGwill
lent to the whole 1 to discount
matter. to 1 premium-on 1J
day. Thc winter has s< t in at the I IWest I .

We are incline-d] to believe that the tippohion of in eaiiic-L Navigation; on the Upper Mi->citipjii -<- ; M-arce or abundant, in Laid money exactly in the NEW YORK, Nov. 27.-Cotton sales to-day 800 be commenced, and those pupils desirous of embracing -

degiee in which -walllJallk notes are toKrated. BY TELEGRAPH. demanded. Sales a commercial life, will be fully qualified to
advance of
: a portion of the Northern Derjie>ciacy has resulted i is Mi-jcndcd for tin Bca oll. bales with an Flour I

from the practice of refying too much on nierc + .. _- I I' For instance, France ha- no note under the value of -0- 64,000 barrels; market heavy and downward. entertipou the duties of the Counting Room.

newspaper reports of tian!.ictions in Kan'on, and CUHAP LiviNe;.-In Paris a nrin: may dill fur two I Ip..nC' I $100 and has a goll circulation of over 40U millions Later from Europe. Corn adv anccd, sales 27000 bushel Mixed! corn DO. Classic Term and of Five Higher Months Branches. .of.. .Eugheh. .. .., .per. .$25 00

to little desire l on their part either. tl, wail for ('r I ,'. In the! neighboihejod of i the JJr..lle k--> e>f dollars Other count i'its from time immemorial ARRIVAL ferffe OF TIlE Freights inactive Primary Department .. . .. . is oo'

. .; rely on, correct or official t-laleiiKr.ts. In the <-\- Iur: 'l.ti there i, a ceitain cnteriiii-ing Madame 1 111-1 have enjoyed the canie currency, and now to assert CiiAKLfcsTo.v Nov. 27.-Sales of cotton 2,000 with The exercises of the SCHOOL will commence on

titemcnl bred of the question the f.rtt lumeiric i iceived I tit, who laily feuds t'JIII.* HXlhou-.ni.1 workmen; in that there i i-s not f-peeie enough The idea is pre- k advance. MONDAY, January 4tb, 1853.

: becomes the basis of has.l.s IHtiol; they, : the e-jic-n air, yet -j-helteie- fiom the wl'atl..r. Ile-r I 1'J h'I'lIUo. llisteiiy denies it, politiial philosophy AFRICA. "\GST.10\. 27.-Sales of Cotton 1600 bule-s.- Any informition-to the subscriber required at can his be residence obtained or By at application the-

I bill of fare: i i-cabbage a s-lice eif bouilli guiu":,\'" it, common bcne-e contiudiets it. lime udI JI"IIIhat'NH Confidence Kcstored.YOKK .
like others, take fire ; and the whole question i iscanva daily soup There was an advance of t in the market since the I Store! Cob R. H. BMBT.

:' !(.judged and pcttlcd, )before the go\(1 (boiled beef,) a piece, (f I I.rl.adlnJ a glass (-f vvii.e.Aewa !I VauittgCS eif u gold, currency are numerous ; it has NEW : Nov. 27th.-The Cunard fcteamer I Vundeibill's news. 6 D. B. CLAYTON.GriffinPemale .

-- -- intiiii-ic value which will give i it Shannon is in Liverpool dates Dec. 5 1857. V 49
mant had actual aelvices on the n.nt'r. This has an currency everyvilure Africa, Capt. ; bunging I COLUMBUS Nov. 27.-Cotton market with heavy ,

from \VH.liIiicton.WA.nix.Teiv ; it hat a luiftn'mu1u..., and is t thus the l beitrt.aiid.iid to Nov. loth, one day later than the Yander-
the
been up
.l wrurccof niot -
principal the (IiLaflasingt sales at 10} @ II.
Nov. ith.-Th impres-lc-n! here by which te> judge piojmly. It is portable Lilt. I College.
troulll that have afflicte-d the and the Nov 27. Sales of
govtrnincnt this ('vnintr!; i 5that eu-g.inization eif the* I Ifmof -"* NEW URLLAM, cotton J600bales.
.-. nation from the origin of the Kan yis tnibroglio.Notwithstanding .- Rejii-chentntives will be inplete on the llrt und the haide n.oney; to coiinte' -.t. Its iupciioiity The piivatc de-i'patehe: received by her announce Market slow and unchanged. Sales of the npHlS popular INSTITUTION is eituattd in Grif-

these trou1,] -, that have excited I day eif the tcatJhI. Only tvvej .f tho, oiith Carolina gives you th-jeomniandofall! other money. that confidence was fast being restored: in momentary week 43,000. Receipts 64,000 bales. Decrease at JL fin, Georgia, some fifty miles above Macon on'

'rehensions iu the mind of the niembei will l gointeic.iucu I ** on thIS !iieakei-hiji, It''I"I\HI' (Irk.r Xehaiiged is griiiter: I ly far: than matters in Kngland. The spinners'stock of the Macon and Western Railroad. This School ban'many
painful ajif : .
patiiot : all poits327,000so \' which to recommend it to
I be ileeiiH'd in ClI..llr .. ought
tililess il t to *.c.lII.ec,1. advantages
iiC-ary other and it is I the only constitutionalcuiiency cotton had been exhausted. The sales of cotton on
high above tl.m and all the-. conflicting <'lements I Utt.'- !ioiiiljiatl ion. The I ill.1i'lItioual'l' that anv money Sugar firm, Corn buoyant, Pork steady. Sterling the consideratiein of those who have daughters to ndt

'-. which) have been in finch 'iol'nt eemnnotion, weliave the whole -u<h) will vote fur C.,1. ()rr on the fir--t : : amid the. peoples! have 1r gl.Jlto.demand i it. Fiiday, (day before sailing) were ,Ooo bales. Exchange dull. from home to be educated. Griffin one of the most

;i been able to disc i (*rn, oven at thii! distant ballot.It, I Thus we have l I.inlccl at fome ot the doci'leel! uelvaiitajrihictiuing I MOJJILF- Nov. 27.-Cotton sales 8300. pleasant, moral), and healthy cities in the ik>u\b-\
Receipts
: is OIl l'r.t"lll'I'( that Gen. W lLir will! reion to u coirimui.ity thiouvh) u JlllrI1IUIIC'J Further by the Vanelcrbilt. The next Term will commence Morxlny, January
point, cHJ,1lonlcJ justice with her balance, rcaelyto have quite a Iirge. fireiI in :l.tl lIa. Nameofiniigrantb I' Niw Yon, : ,\'. 2tJth. -The Yundeibilt has 18,800 against 20,000 last year. Stock on hand llth, 1858, and end the first Thursday in July.
TIll rists henv
CJlH'Hillll now II
award to all their due. are daily eilfciing, sniil --t\ < i.il hundre-.l! currenty. brought ?I lOuO,000' ) in t-peeie. Mr. Ten Bioock i is a 55,000 against 65,000 List year. Middling at hf.Market Fall Term will commence the first Monday in Au

-I To the citizen of K-tr-xao, 'we firmly believe w ill are now on the eve of J.\trllll'e., ills plant are call ve have it ? The* an-vver to my mind is 'ilain.AYe on board her. ; easier. gust, and end on the last Thursday of November.

::.{ be grante-el that fe-nn of Uov; e rmuent and those in- sail l to be more \ lc'l'artll1| in the have*, if my immoiy mirl.ekc) not, u law fol"I pa-teeiiger' NEw YORK Nov. 28.-Cotton dull sales /-For further paiticulars, refer to the Catalogue
1 he it-lief ull'ord'llly the sufpension of the charter ; 300
-1 Fa-hion with three huiidred nie-n I'I'Ifj..tl to W till tent. liidiling the teiuKr of any bill of Ices de-nomination which will be furnished upon application.Rev. .
ftitutions demand The ttn--cof
"McI they good 'V.\HIISGTOX, \". 21.-II itbelieved tliiit the I of the Bank of England was immediate all over bales., Flour slightly declined sales 10,000 bbls.- II.E. MORROW, President
; thin ii *:;;. Let IIi then atliich u !'II\' penalty to timeziet
the American pe-ople*, (' Ienlting through their ixjr order lit the of PeJ'l' ) sales 49-4t
lu out biig war } immeiliately thu Vountiy. Wheat heavy and irregular. 40,000 bushels. Dec. 5. 1857.

'esentatives in Congress?, wi defeat the reucvvcdattempt bus been countermanded.iov. and leneler it .n indictable offence Ihis will The foreign exchanges had become steady. Corn advancing, sales 13,500 bushels. Western

which ia the Black \'. Walker was clo'-etivl with the I'lciduilycsterelay prevent the law fienu Idlwlllt it now h-a nul-
nosmaking; by ll'lub- s-evcral hour TIe, result of the ceuference Thc drain of gold from Scotland had entirely mixed 90c. Mess Pork ?18.50 and declining. Important to Teachers.
lican (faction of the North to defeat the liiLet_ I lieu tin additional," he l'aI. that in
i li unknown. Ce'UHeel. COIUMBVS, Nov. 28.-Cotton market excitiJl .- ANTED forlhe ensuing year a MALE and
twelve months thereafter no note of I lets denomination
W
action of constituted Convention. To
a properly --_ FEMALE TEACHER tale of tha
The bullion in the Bank of England had decreas.ed Strict middling lie. to charge
tlmn flu I( thall beallowed! (ircuhilion, and in
allow the perpetration of tueh nn outrage would be From the Xe!, "ftfte G'ulf, Kueember 21 ft. during tho vteek ending llth Nov. upward of MONTGOMERY, Ain, Nov. 28.-Cotton firm at 11J BROOKSVILLE ACADEMY,
one tilt rC'lIfter l let il lie illegal to tender n note
disgrace our country-its government and its The bulk Johh Denham, ('iay, -'CJaFt'r, fl1II Now ye-ni I, 1OOiXu, while private m-curitiea had increased for Middling. (Brooksville being the County Site of Hcrnando Cc,"
people and bring dishonor the of York for ::t. MaiLs arrived oil the ICth in-t. andreport uneler20.. Attach a penalty for die \'iolnlh'lI of
upon cause 1111'1r nearly three and n half million sterling. AVGUSTA, Nov. 28.-Cotton firm, Middling Fair Flo.) The Salary for the Male Department is eight
I.caw'alllt'I' the thet-e In WI suliieie I ly large I to ev ent being treated
I '. We cannot such *) having experienced on pi
anticijinte
liberty. any r"IIt. hundred dollars, and for the Female DepartmenttiVe
11 ie"
and we 1.m not write a single word that thall excite 12th und 13th inst., from Oil to hK, blowing a as the pre) !e'iit one ie, and Boon, a* if by magic, we New President of tho S. C. Colle e.COLIMBIA hundred Iollara. Satisfactory testimonial and 'referenced
perfect hurricane at times, Lat be'tw ee n 25 to 27 AUGUSTA, Nov. 30.-The Cotton market is easier.
in advance the indignation which nuch a result deg the living jiL was washed off the huolIIlIJ1 1 would pee a hard, conMitutionnl currency in ev.j"Plll.tion S. C., Nov. 26th.-Lust evening the will be required of applicants. The exercises -
; MOBILK Nov. 28.-The sales of Cotton
to-day of each will be conducted in the same
; would produce. water eHtks ttove on eleck-in other refj'ecU no of our State. (;Johl will begin to How into Trustees of the S. C. College assembled and elected Department Jtalo'
( bale at decline. The demand is and To He
were 1,600 I Building to some extent jointly.
,- damage was done. She has discharged) her freight the country immediately, mid before the tine ex.pireH the lIon. A. B. Longstreet, of Georgia, President of it will be that toe Teacher' be
The for the week Department required
bale
Black Itrpnbllran* Uejoleiii ; over the Election for this place and proceeds to St. Marks the tint fur small notes (,if five and ten dollars: to be the College/ good. receipts lire 3,500 Students for admission into
ofKuow !\ohIn1u JTIaryland. fair wind. Consigned James Filor. NEW YORK, Nov. 30.-Cotton-The sales amountto competent to prepare lbs

The Boston Journal, a l leading Black Republican The brig E. Remington, Jones, ma. er, from }t. elisuse-d, we would find there was no nete-wity: for -anlJa. Matter fioo bales Upland at 11 t. The Flour market is College ; and tie Female to give Department instructions that ia all
them. A amount of Government funds is Teacher be competent
Marks for New York, got a-hore atTortugason the good paid
: sheet rejoices very much over the le el.eiol loCongrew I WA!IIIX(STO<, Nov. 27.-It is understood that the heavy and declining. Wheat is unsettled-Red Branches necessary to complete an
!: llth iu-t., and was asUted by wreckern, who took out i in different portions of our State to G'oi eminent

of Davis and Hrril Native Americans, out about 110 bales: of cotton got her off and employee ; this being in guM and salver, would of President and the entire Cabinet are united in maintaining quoted at. $1.12 @ ?1.15. Corn firm. Prime Mess ENGLISH EDUCATION

from Baltimore. It say, the reelection to Congrc-s biought her to t this port; the veseI lihlileats J to have itclf make it and added that the action of the Kansas Convention rein- Pork declining. Rosin and Turpentine heavy.- and also to give Musical insfrucUonupoa the Piano.

.. of Hon. H. Winter Dari** and H.u. J. Monison i-tained consideiable dumai in her bottom, but mo'e plentifnl' to five to the ftiodc'cf deciding the question of bin Yer,. Rice qnoted at $3.00 @ f 3.50 It is desirable alar/lhab the Female teacker be capable -
not leaking she proceed, without discharging. which would immediately noW( into every portion instruction ia the Ornamental Branches
: Harrif1, of Maryland will fill every Rejiublie-ax ; The ceirrVspoixleiit of the New York Herald to give
The ea-e heard by Judge flrill, in the Aelmiraly of the Stale, our currency would at once become eays usually tatiftbt'in Female Academies.
I Mtis lcticp. Both have. and Why Can't Ton
with lihenil
been uausunlly that] Walker" has committed its defeat it Marry December
Court, on tug 1'Jtli iust., and $G,5KjsalirHgedccieedon Round and biiM a aiibf tantinl basis. Not by having AppIicattoDS will be received' until the 25th -
tolerant fe,r Southern men, upon questions the 2uth. Consigned to A. F. lift. upon only forced upon the pecrpJe erf Kansas and! that a bloody You may tells us you are not sufficiently good next, wl en the Trustees- Will make a salee*
would the gold flo' into oaf but the looking. that the of the won'tconsent
country, per family )young lady of
connected. with 61ur The fonner, particularly, m war would surely follow. tion, and immediately thereafter notify tie parties
with full Prom the Tampa Pen in sular,-Nov. 7/A, centage1, being equal to that of any State In the that your father or your mother or grand- their election. It U desirable that the SCHOOL go into
knowledge purpose indirectly contributed mother, or some other relations It's all
Nwno Docs. We Union with two exceptions, would cause its objects. in JANUARY 1868' or by the
BLOOI HOCMM, ou arc pleasedto permanent operation early
t. the election of Banks, fur Speaker, by The Election of Us 8. Senator from S. C. fudge and you know it as well as we do. The to
learn. that, Gen.Cartcr has brought with him, abode to be and remain within the Slate. IIH hat of February, at farthest. Time scholastic ,jear
Democratic ; COLVMBIA, Nov. 27-Thu joint ballot in the Leg- truth i is hav'nt the cash. Yoa want the meansto
the last otc fe>r the canS : you Months each. Ad
refusing t. Sessions of Five
fine well in consist of two
t from Tallahassee, some dogs, practiced '
equality in time price of must of course con begin life with and luc hit could
ifl.y n
money Mature took place for the election of Senator y yon Hwnandcr
didate. Wedo not doubt that thew men, and thou- trailing negroes, and for the eenicokngninet the to-dny, n The dress through the P. 0, at Pearcevillo
S face the cenlMte it in the highest markets. But we avoid to the U. S. Congress in the vacant get it. ron would jump at the chance. chance Florida. W. T. MATO. FIII1J4II'
mwerf tl i ** Anie>rica ef Marylffnd, cordially Seminoles.' This may put a new on war, place by is within reach by sending ten, fire or two county,

Inc *yjD cd>l with' the free l br'aiovcmcBt and lead to a speedy conclusion. CapU Wui. IL thin) as our per centage is up to 8, larger than the the death of HOD. A. IV Butler. On the first ballot and a half your dollars to S. Swan & Co., AuguttA Geo., Or tithtr of tht vnderngntd Tnutett ;

:i JiarsrKfaTTjr carried Missouri, and y1ii.h Kendrick will take several with him to Lake Isto- most of States, jual to many other, and only surpassed the votes stood : Hammond (51, Pickena 39, Jnmea for a whole, half, or quarter of ticket and gain a Hon.JOHX BOBAKXS, B. W. SAXOIT M. D,

I j-ogfl, ftlicrc he think they will be mAde availableCii1L by that of 1ir50lIr.and. California. Such, Chestnut 23, John S., Preston 18. There prize in one of their lotteries which are drawn every Hoa P. 0. Witt, F, H.Eafwuorow.Capt. .
c de-rtlntVl giie'u new impulse to the prosperity II. V. Suell ejcpccts to use them on hi expo was no E <
.t the Do this and C.J. McMw. 5f.
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in is the evil nnd such the remedy Saturday through year. get F. LTXM.
: ,of the l4. Slatw, And, \r.. In turn dinon*, iilthnugh not as yet mn"ter'-d in the !ervlff -' our. opinion, election up to the adjournment'. married as soon AS you choose. -JfW. ,York Sunday

OJlIS'n him'dnil ... Awl government wjiich, alo-tsciu'ruey] to, L ._ .' ___, __. .
ta.'v) 11 ', ueees. -men a joining j any : Ccn.tnr Nee' 2-Oi'. 1 : ." far -- 1 -
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-- Notes lost. STRAYED. sWAN & CO'S. lotteries. NEWGOfltP'NEWiOODSt 1'OR 1-r WAKULLAIRON WORKS, John Bull's CompoundFLUID '


or mi-lni.1. THREE NOTES-one datctl in FROM 1 the Subscriber lout the 10th NEW AND BEILLIAHT SCHEME! } T1IE I Ne Por"t F1a. Eimix .'
LOT : !. If 57, f.r ?1C5. payable to J. Callawayorlwaicr. a (man BLACK HORSE having k

about: the 25tli December. 1 858,and sicned1v I a few white spots on the back caused I ; FALL AND WINTER I This Establishment i is Sow Under Full Blast; OF RSAPARILLA, .

Mrjari-t t"t1l.tWaY'-Hue: given in 1S5C. l payable bv the I'ach).E'. When Lit I htnid f'III i>n the Capital I Priie ..... V./;t.li g all the m.icalyirtU, of Bur1ck.YeHo'1j

to J M.Cnllaway >ir benrr t-igued by J W H.! Meridian rone!, alrout f>ur miles from Taljaha-s.... A :; J the d'ath.or Mr. I:", }Ir.-GKO. S. KINO I Dock. Daadehon. pure Honduras ,

i. Ca'.a:; ,:\.'. :im>jt n-it ri'cn11t'et.J1ue joint note I crHI reward Mill be pnid for his delivery; in Tulla.- 1 $60,000 TRADE. I SINCE t-barge nil communications, therefor Wild Cherry Bark is ,ih I most psteit Blood rfrifierh.
I ;
r prell August. 1857, for E5] Mailed I bv 1.1 W. IlIlSH', or fill' iufi'imUion. ich muv' lead 5 t'j his recovery. I I relative to \\1 k. Ac., should be addressed fi> him. : the knowp wi(UI Fur the cuw 9!.s4lr i IA. JUiuimalUra.

; i5tvardJr, : :: >r, payable to J. M. Callaway or i JI. ALCJtEll.: I All' work, coining under the had of thai* business Oi''t: Dr -y, and all CbsCiJa Dwt* ', It

f !> carornlK th'from 1st t.f c'.ate.rcbns.in Tin-:J 185S-is:all cautioned the I'le" I Nov. 28. 1857. 48 j jARD i 'l'IIF.: fiiliwingSebunc \\ill l bo diuwu by S. Swan ,I lIE utideNigned! I, now receiving his Stock" of I will be promptly\ fne-chapically! i and neatly executed I has uo eqtfaLA _ -r- .' .

!eariwr i1l1\\ public : -- C").. Managers, of (he Kurt Giiines Academy JFALL AND WINTER GOODS : atyiiik iiwdcrai' n charge ns price of labor, Ac, will Ur..
dotcn. to otterilf at
lmdtd
) tbs
f-T ImIf ab'itnote MtSicine
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l'i'hii : is iJ
r"ltl',1 ; pavj. I
{; ','.",...I j..,* i 1..11 r.pjH-,1.! .1. M. CALLAWAY.Administrators i I Ip&c. I TIMES I Lntteiv, in each of tl eir Lotteries for November, \\1 ich wants neither in Quantity, Quality "r Style. i justify..This: I tiny t. th. Avwian Jointly.I .
t1.lc1l tIiehare
1t 5;. Mt AlIglJ..tI, GtorirIL city Jlstabli.-h-JKiit! i ii It"t kept up for the purpose
:'. n'I;. 4 Ilw I MAY 1 afft-rt thr! Bank and Commission McrchanU, i removed their Principla OmVe. i Embracing for the Ladies, of making muney, (strange to say) a* dear bought ;I Great Internal & External

the LEATHER TRADE elands the cum'- I -- : Silk Rubes a t Quiile, 5i.e! Stripe Delain Robes, I experiencehas dcniotwtr.ted, to me, it cannot be don. B.E1t4EDY ,. .
Sale ; 1..t thoyeh->
pursuance {nnrdtr <.f the IU>n. J. Waj los UrL. To 1 be D-awn in tit I City Augusta, Ga., in Pl.'11'! i Brocade BayadiereStries. Pluah Baregu I benefit o: the importunate, !ho happen to have Eu. i DR. JOII BULI-'S KiNG of

;f, 1 1\I ker. .Jiiie of the Circuit Court of the Mi.fJlt Ciiruit D. E. HULL'SWhere ; I j Canille Robes, I fjinis, and such like. to repair. I Ii* warranted euro the following di.euestn wit.-
On &iin1 ,. Jt./IllJI. ;ills, 18)7.CL.SS .
1 of Flfiuhi, the iindci>i:tii'
of Job" W. Townsen'l, lfcea!
] ]Ii.; ric>t I'iddrr before th> C"mt )bouse dour l inTallaliiytee. Goods of do!cripti'>n and variety. to suit the GO, I XH Wool DelaJns.MANTLES! I Job* can \>t Turned hit 'K'itl&Yral1lJlX : Chill and Fever. Rheumatism in iu worst form severe

I oil Monday the 4th cl lay of January next, times evt-iy and the pockets of Pin chasers. I 1'. be Drawn in the City of A uu't0"( ., in public} ('([ 1)ii.pakF. Burns A.'hma Pthi" e. Bruises. Soret, Wan oi
lands) of 6-iiJ estate. to wit The S E Action in the Kidney., Piles Rin",\'I'orml. Paint.rsCholic
the fi' vriig! : jof On Saturday Dertwlrr I'lth, 18;;. Fullies. for
Shafting. L'Jumher Hangings
, Section 5, ncil l the S E i (.fIIt' S \V } of Soiiiz. I or EVRT: MATERIAL ANti STTIK.Embroideries Box-fit. Head: and Toothache Coftghi.r Cyld.l
iud
CARRIAGES. Shaftings. Spur Ge.lring. Water Sum Pipe,
: 2, Noith and E.ist iu the j Tumors. Swelling Cuts, Scalds. fcjprpfula' 4 CEaJces..
Range :
in wn-hip CLASS 07
> Cock O Cocks Orate Bars Plow ,
I Stop iJse. Castings .
I Coutitv (.1' h**. dies; (Ires.---tv.o can be acc.bnrtIo.la- Tc be draw?! in the City of August.1, Gan in public OF rvF.nv KISP.Valenccne Srgnr ller5, Crculllrl\nd Upright Saw Mill and \\'haiever form they may appear. This medicine bu
Jic't'jmort' : Maltese and Honifon; ( Laces. I Gii.t Mill G t.nrint. irculllr and Upright Saws -de.. and has
LITTLETON M. WHITE, Admfr.lVc.5. I.-J on : Sral. On Sal'trJay December 19// 1S57. been before the public about tbre' years reilieved
I BONNETS. Ar-.D tc_ IS:'. 49-5t : BELTS TRIMMING KlBBONS.The more suffering in i bat time than all &fr .iuii
ROCKAWAYS Notice. In Fact, lIel, i ij the Place) for all that Want Da. Jfi.
sale at
CLASS C8; lar combined. For J
) also call the preparations
: uudet signed w.oiihl attention of the Work in this Line Done Right rnd ttitU Dispatch.
up LoSisviH and New
th Circuit Court of Jefferson County.Smi'.h BCLL'a Sar f arm" in
In : So gentle and undulating in motion as absolutelyto To bn dawn in the City of Augusta, Ga., in public, Public generally, to hh large nni( complete Stock of Having some bah A dpiea Engines; myself constantly Depot '

: Simkins, Trustee, &c. 1 do away with the necessity (.f Cradles. On Xiiturafiy, Jtcc>nf>rr 2f>(tfi, 1S5", Gcut and Youths Fall and Winter Clothing, I l rtnii'ing, caused tba EstoMisomewt Iu be erected York. ___ _-

>'*. 1 l In Chancory.Tlio Gents and Youths Full and Winter I the same caqse m'jst keep. it up. Therefore, you can ii;. John Bull's ,:.....
bi'Jrs (f Abiam :Mott, J r Bill for reli f. All] Sorts of Buggies : O.V THE VLAX OFRiytlLK Xl'MllERS. I._ JIATS-. CAPS, always rely on having. work done jtt the Compound.rectorial of Wild Cherry' certain can v

Mathei, ot '.1. J i with and Bujjuies without Tops- TOOT.3 AND SHOES.PLANTATION .
Augustus Ii"HTSit-s Tops I lr-AJULLA.IllOlr WORKS. for Coujch! *. Colds and all diseases of the Throat and
appearing; to the satisfaction (>f this o.tu t. t)1I) t I and SULKIES amounting to Humbuggic! .ri,4lK() IMUZKS: ; GOODS, I ,. I
it a. "
IT Augustus Mathers, one of the Defendants in 1hc NEA1CI.Y ONE rjJIZF. TO EVLUV NINE TICKEKTS: : kioil "Isold .AME A LIVELY..TaJbhasTfc.
SADDLES Kerseys of every ilagingaiid Rope, nut Here Comes the Important Thin;. by
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nbive ;-.litl-l cause ret i.lc'I' beyond the )limits of th Saluda Stripes Wankrta, Principal Otf.eu-LnuiniU. and New York.
MAGXIF1CETTO P.CJ/E[P.! cn ;
5IidV! I Crrmt. to wit : in the Eastern Ciiuit : // i' I Large enough for the ponderous Roman s\frr.PAv Marlborong St.ipcs an-1 Russets and .black Shoes, PAY PAY PAY June 27. '57. 26 _
HE JIKAWM EACH is
... Thnt *ai.1 Au2fu=tu< Matlieis and sin'Fnor NOVKMBHTI --- -----
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( J. : nppear jmntifF, or small enough fr a gentleman Plaidn, Linoeys snd Ken'y. Jeans, I!I You will send to New York, and Bal1 ---- -- -
the bill! iil...i in this <-aii" timorc a
.1n1tv its I'-'liruai. iu-xt otherwise coniilainantV] 1" . _r.nou I i . too J I 4-4 brown and blcuihWool l Hats, I I I I
.
bill -1'!! l 1.- ta,-! as c-di'ft-M-ed apa.net Fai.l defeti- BRIDLES 1" 10,000( ) ;! t 6 . 7(0 cd doinc dan! '' : Pttfid-d; That this ordi-r be published once I" . 'j. ))'id) ) fi . ,500 Brown and bleached of j! Iii) Banks or Banking facilities, or surplus capital, )all I I TO REY WESTISTDRMZDIA
Of \aii i1'ti sizes. jruide) SheeComplete sortnietit want 1, 2, D. 4 and 5 credit aud then ORLEANS
( strong enough to an years require
of months
the two tin- . '
a week f-T space jxccctlinc 1" 5,000(' 50" 500 tings, Hardware.CARPETING I
H'.. Day) in I-Vb uary next in Mime m-wspaptr pb-- I ted Arabian or sufficiently graceful to imp"I"1 1" . 3..1'0'< 50" . ..JOOI" I 1 I,I one to rids from 50 to Coo mires for pay and proba- ., -AND- .
Tallahassee.Done the Secretary's ('0'0. lily' ultimately expend f.orn 10 to 25 per cent of E FR QRIDA pbTf'ts;
lilhcJ in the City of i 1,500( )j 100 150 7 .
and onlt-K-il) at CUAMBKI: :?. th's 2th :r.'el1b j Ilirm'S.. Mai tins-all's. India Rubber and 5" I,Out'' i 230 10? Brussels Three Ply and Ingrain Carpet |I amount in ci'lle'ting Is this right! Is this encouraging CONNECTED WITh THE

?:r, lt>57. U'AYLES BAKER Judge. I Leather Belting, Cilf Lining and Sheep. Skins. I1J/i1'QfltiOH PriZf'$. Parlor Rugs and door. Malts. 1 Home Industr} r.It fc>,
Due 5. IS.,7. 4!-2ui i 'l'i'n uk* that Lll of the above mentioned articles, will be sollupn | that it does not !Jltfive STEAMER ISABEL. #
ran ihepaiapharnaliaof .
convey 4 Prizes: of $400 uppro'g. to $00,000 priz nrc*1,600 Arrangements must be made for payment before I' ?
-- - the of ) ai gvod terms as can lot bought of anv IIl! AT KITh ; .ar.-.
i I ; ninsi extravagant: IDl i iI FOR UY AofA AXD CHAStESTOX .
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4 300" 25000 1,200 delivery c f work through some House in this place,
For New York &!'iier sex. ALICES and Carpet .". i in the City. .
is! u
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4 200") lO.OnO( 800 St. Marks, or Tallahassee-that is far tOOIb111lom t. -'
Packet nli /) >T7V FIMI. will 1-7- I ling* cof all sizes, and the mobl ap-- I 4 I:!5" 7,000 500( D. C, WILSON.Oct. I Lome. _Tilt: SOUTJU:*"

THE 1 iir.mcdi dot-patch f.-1 abov. I)llt. .r pri\val styles. I 4 HIO" l,OlJO" 400 17, 165V. 4"2 | You may l he
For eight: or i-absn;o apply lo3IcUG11T .' i' Ilenip anil India RubU-r Steam Packing Upper I I'I -1"' .5" S,500" 30Q hard earnings in this Department. Besides, when Steamship Company

A OIUKftD. 'I Leather and Lacing for carriage: ?, (nut f..r LadiclI ) 4" 50" 1, tO" 20H5OuO I 78,000 Hank S gars, Labor is credited out.parties: try hard/ to make themselves _

:cnv 28. 1S57.Sheriff's. 48 ,1 L S O l j.rizcs ol 20 are . . . .100,000 : the following favorite brands, now' in Sloe behere it is not half done, because they. owe 0! W" ORLEANS ,.
---- --- Road Cotton -- OF and forsaleLy AJIES A -i"'ELY. I for it. trtke .tha mailiutfict for i4iOv porta.
Waggons, Waggons and other kinds of HAVING
Sale I 5.490 Prizes amounting to. . . . .320,000 I 4000 Yung Americn, DANIEL I. .DD.Ser. I two first cli; Sea Steamer? regular/!

FIUST MONDAY is JANUARY Ntvr.BY I! SEWING WI GuXS. i WHOLE TICKETS ?10 ; HALVES f 5 ; Q'/ABTEUS |2j.! f I I 3000 Ho Napier, I Pun .Iiil! 11, 185;. ."8 |I 13th twice and a month 29lh,and met-ting.in leaving the the Spanish same Ifole. on tin
| MACHINES 6000 El JIuudac Neva Londrei, ,, i eYenmg.I
virtue of writ of nVri f-iei.is i-suod from tLe -:"aILAN (:- I I
: a all ) 8000 Empress Eugenia, THE STEAMER SPRA r'I .. .,,.
Of kinds manufactured by WHEEI.LII & Wn.- For Sale j
j : I
Ckik'sfSce ol lh r Cit eult Comtof Loon county 01' TIlE LOrTKRV.: I ,
"oxcof\ York. 6000 La Isletas, will leave New Port in the m"rnin and St.- Maria
\
wherein Heir Z- Rut Plaintiffs and BennetBradlev t JtTLES .oc'fLJr'e Carts three! WaI I I
are ,
twenty .
The Numbeis from 1 to I
50,1'UO, colrejiponding! 40UO Old Figaro, TEN terminus on the arrival of the Cars from Tallahassee,
i-" Pt.f''II.ll'ut I have levied upon aud willtijhirfor r;; Cc.U and examine them. ct jI with thofce Numbeis on the Tickets printed tin' separate 2000 Mori N 1 urns, I and Harriess!, a lot of Wheel barrows and! j'I I Liking mailnp BSf ngers, baggage and freight to arid
sa'etii! flout "f the Courl-houe) do in TalLl of Rail-road Tools and .
.,bsec. on tIle 4lh *lay (.1 Januar185S, within lea I I anal placed in one wheel. -000 Andesdea Rivas, mint, such as Shovels, Scrapers, Ac., Ac. I moon tri n. .* .
: !h'wr the following described r.i ClpHI y. to wit:one The first 402 I I Apply to R. W. WHITE.
prizes and encircled La P'ontica
Keep similarly printed 10000 The travelling puLliC can now rest:.nssnfed that tin
bay Mare about Scars old, one Saddle and Biidle.Ix"i Your Doors Shut I ] are placed in another wheel. "(tOO El De Orion, i Agent for the P & G. R. & Co. long desired and frequently rtt mpt d communicatior. -
.l "n aa the of eaiJ Delen.'a, and "r. 28, 1857. 4B i iTaylor's
cj property of the severe colds vhich cause Fevers The whet are then revoWrd) and a number is 12000 Regiilia Londrea. : to and from the above ports is in such hands a

to bojid: to Fatifv siiil writ according, to law.RICHARD'SAUNDERS MANY I nia, iud the thoi :iij.l ills that flesh is drawn fioin the wheel of Numbers, and at the same I 2000) Eleccion.Oct. I II to warrAnt permanency and success. .. U

Sh'ff.Nov. heir to. are cause-1) thp want of Giav'a Dttachuble time a Prize i js drawn from the other wheel. The 17, lb.r,7. 42Salt Cotton Gins. j Pa enjfpfs having slave! i:lOa _jnt se* to.
.
26, 1857. 4StdsPEN. 'i. Door Spi:in:!. I'oi sale by I'I'i Number and Prize drawn oil .rtre opened' and exhibited I "XTE have on hand Gins of 40, 45 and 50 Saws clearing them at the Custom House, before going oi/

P.UTLERA-DEXI1AM. j to the audience, and i entered i by the Commissioners j Salt. '' T and can deliver them either here or at Newport \ board. .. '

't f F": j : c -' S(iV. 14, 1S57. 40 I j ; the Prize hehig phvvd rgain&t the number I WEST and Liverpool on hand and) for sale at $2..50 per Saw, payable let January next. ::3?* AI 19 look ftfttr J'Qur Baggage yourself.
_. -4- ---_ ________ -- -- --. -_ __ I drawn. This operation is u-pcated t'1tiluH the Prizes i- ITE\ I For furlh'Jr particubirs. Apply to .
:. ,o "T" I MeX A UGH!, ORMOND & CO. A iso4 -

& GEO. R. R. Co. ;: Winter Supplied I Ajipi'ojciuHititiit are drawn our.PJ'zl'. .-The two preceding and e'port0.14, 1857. 48 Brown's Washing Machined," made at Columbus, I DAMCL LADD Agent.
New Port, Fla J.1ty.tl, lBb?. 28 .
the two succeeding Numbers to those dawing| the Georgia.; HOPKINS t MEGINNISS, Agents
; .
THE I: lOA 1 liciuy; nprojrnaI At Private Sale August 8,1857. 32 [Sent. copy. '
the will receive Cotton other (' 'rU, Iud comprii-es as Usual a good svlcc- I FULTON FOUNDRY
: Company 01
linn oft I Ii !I lion Prizes. For example : if Ticket roll. 11250 LIKELY Mules. I ,
Young
iiei;htat Statiou OIK-. where an Agent of the Cuiiipany draws the i-00.000( Prize, those (G
i SadI i Tickets Snmbered -ALSO- For Sale. : :
i is1n d to for Vroimhttiinc GroiM-nes Ilaiilware.: Hullnw-warp Tin-warp: I 1 I T.a.llaha.sB F'1 j
(; < n-ceipt freight
any 112I11249.! :! 1 ]:51. 11252.! will each be !
rntrtled
fr traTt-otLiti-iii to Tilllab&s"re or St. Maik"% : derv! Cru't.'I\.'. (Jl.is*waie Cooking; and l Par- | tol0J. A fiue 4 Mule Wagon with harnf-sss complete. 9 A BALES god. Northern Hay, per Bark II. I. I UNDERSIGNED beg leave to.infofm.th
Ticket No. draws
Tlir-ic will be wo tip o* the Train per week 1 i I I.=i'u;'':. Dry <;,aoiI5. IK-H and Steel. Fur- j i I i those Tickets numbered 550 54S, 549 I,the 551. -552 2i.000, will Prke.I each; I It. H. BERRY, Anc. dc.Oet.10,1857. -wU Rutgers. I _L public that they have associated themselves in

(Tu.d.l 's jinJ Ft iJa.tIel'in. ; the) Dej*>t :it Tallahasvee uiture. Ha' aini Cap. Boots and Shoes, and ;. be entitled! to 300 and so on according to the above I 41 20 Bbls. fresh Irish Potatoes, just received per I business, under the name and style of

at "j (,'(]c,. hind arri\iIIz nt Si.siion :! (. 1, I 14ikt-e Xut"II! 01 all c'lt". I scheme. Schr. Wild Pigeon. Cardy Baya & Co.

I' J H. Il at ;1} o clock, P. M.- and leavinSta: ; All which WP ofrrr fur -dl'. and respectfully solicit I j i I The 5.000 Prize of >20, will be d-termincd] i Fall and Winter Goods MeXAUGHT, ORMOND A Co. I i
tion !, 4 ,'du k aad the TullabasbecIVjKt : an inspection (,f tame, 1 bv (': frit-in!* and I the I p Ll ic. by the Newport Sept, 12, 1857. 37 r for the purpose of following the trade wf Founders aDJ.I .
t ,
;. :at 5 o'el.Kk.Tiixvf1 ( a arriving MrXAUnHT 01 \1O\I & CO. last figuie of the Number that draws the ?G\\ ,]( I lIE SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving their ____u _. __ _____. ____ __ I Machinists, and are prepared to execute all kinds (ICi

Iid tctirn fi.ilio.i; AV: >. 1, (Cha'treK: ,) Newjxirt. Nov. 11, ] f,7 46 j i! Pnze. For example! if the Number draw-ing/ the i I JL supply of Co-Partnership Notice. i work appertaining to this business. Steam Engine.
>IU'JO'll'rize') 'Idsith No. 1. then all
( the Ti-keN AND AVIIVTCK < :
--- | TALL t OODS furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction
and .S/ Jfaritt:-On Cotton 7o ceiits per I.l.lc.- wheie the 'ao. endin' 1, wiil be entitled! to *:'. If I r "HE undersigned have this da\_ entered into a co
Ou other! Goods3o cents JK.T l'-0' jv uni.. : Bagging and Rope j II.e0.. liJols with No 2. tin n, all the 1'jc"l't71t.'lt'/ from New York, in!Hting 6fj I partnership in theWHOLESALE i Sugar neatness Mills anti and Castings of and all kinds made with
Plans estimates
EctKfcti:: Tataia and Station .Yo. 1-Ou Cotton the No. ead ill 2 will be entitled to 20 and] j Dry (Pood-, H-mlware, Crockery, Orocerie.1", I : dispatch. furnisbecjefahl
UNNY Cloth and Sea I.-anl! IS.igjir'g, I ton Boots j & RETAIL kinds of Machhiery and Engineering. They.
25 cents j.er Bale. Oa olhtr t.o!U 12i ((.ut pir l' ll.it-s. Caps Shoes, tcn
100 pomi.ls.) F. 11. FLAG; Sect'y.J :! Kl'ulQkD.1Ie: l Rope awl 1'\\ ill!, I toO.Certifi.-aks of will be !: -rhich will bf *jlil at moderate pric! '. I DB.EJUSJN"E5S: : I are also sole ..' ent. for Hojifd fc Sou Steam..Jngincsfor
"
J'0. 1?:;,7. 4SIT I A good .un, .,.h'- aii.l, for sale Lv I hi'-h i is the Package.ri-k suit at the fallowratt O. & J. MEGI ;rnS:5.I lender the name and style of Ginnirijj.Cotton, Grinding and Sawjng, and liaYrwa's -
s w :
i i MkNAUG1i1'IM(1ND it CO. Oct. Grist Stills for steam IT horse
41-8t power.
I TO, 185;
Certificates of of ;
Ncwpjil N-JV. 14, 1657. 46 Package 10 Wln-le! Tickets. .-So AMES&LVEL1rnrr Y JOSEPH CRDWJLUA)1 ;
S. Blarshars Sale. t __ __ __ U 10 Half 40 1--------------- --- I BAYA'

Fiusi MOXIJAV !s J..Xl'.RTnT.. I a' u 10 ( 'I:lkr, .20( 1I I JXBW S'I'nE-Nr GOODS. I II I JQH, CARDY. ;
Portable : will be -
Forge. a' 41 pleased to see their friends
virlae ( wrii of fieri I faei.is, i i-u .d l from the 101i.dlth": .10 ; > I May 80, '57. 221yH&
BY,.. .'ti otl-c.f.:1: r f tile UjiilcJ' States: C-mt. fur theN.ijil.frii TICIXG Machiutt, B.>ii iti Machine, j I Iu ordiring; TiehtI.r -rtificitcs: r-ncofC! the I WEBER DANNHEIMER, Ii and patrons at the old stand of D. H Ames, I _
J.SIr Cutteis Mutt Cutters | to ad.lie for the Tickets where they will keep a full and general I
:w money' our ?* or'I Ti-d. on re- : :
it-titot of Fhirida. nhcriiu J. /nl.liii] (tCi Caps
MERCHANT TAILORS ;
.
Coin Sl.tlk-r, Edf ehuttir IliiijfI.a .. gate c..ipt tl.ey by fust niail.I'urdjt&trs ,
> me iiai'jt'fs.! : and Tol.i 'it'tn.'iii.. i is d< -ndai.t; I
I tte. .k BUTLER .1 1)lN11AM. I i: can Lne tickets ending: in any: figure tluvnav AND MCVLL11S I:; ne of business D. H. AMES, FIN'E assortment of HATS at CA PS,
hiv? !eved? upon anj will ('xp">e fur 'ale! witl.inrgal M. LIVELY. IL A .
I7..7.14,1S57. -If : : raIl and Wi'iter St'tlesHOUGKISS" iIii1JiIf.
l !..-uis. iii fr -lit (f the Couit-Lou tl((r, in the ; :_ designate.The I READ r-.1lAfJR CLOTIHXG 1
--- -- I ) List df Janunry.l,1&5 ; SCOTT A POOLE.
town of Monlircllo .tfV-r.or.. count'. Florida c'n tbfirt <> Dnwn Number nut Prizes will be -- __" .
!!" :JJIY ::i ..buul1'rll'xt.. i.e f JlloTJTig! de'erihti1property j 1'h. Hilt I to puit-hiM; is immediate! !) aftei the draw: in? I AD I GARDEN SEEDS Sept. I?, 18$*,. 33
f- i ,chasers ; GENTLEMENS' FURNISHING GOODS -- -"------ -
to.wit : lie N E i of Sectiyn 3*, Townthip I I r' && I'm will: please: write their signature: I II'II'UTt

1. IL-itige 3, oinh and Fist, cvtitiiniT-g: 151 :irr?>.- I 1 1\I tjt i I jilam, and give 'Jitir I Po-t Office CounlIU'/ : State.2P --- '' R \ BAGA Red Top and Early Dutch Tur- Boy' & .G nt _

Levied ('0 SE the j property <.f mid Defeml.ustud tot ; Remember that every 1' Ize !; drawn :nJI SUBSCRIBERS) are now opcnin, at nip seed, together with Cabbage, Beet, Radish, .or .
I::.. sold to f.itisfv Ii.d l writ acrordiu to lair. ; I':iy.il le ill full witho-it, deduction. TIlE Store next to Mi'.r!=. G. A J.. ;M.!in- 11') and other Seed) for FALL & WINTER CLOTHING'

E.'E. BLACKBURN, 'U. S. }!arhal.N.iv. !. I.II j>riz.-a of f I l.i.iuO and umhr, paul irnmt'thIttiIV I nisi, a well selected) Stock of Fall andGoods Winter ]fALL PLANTING, CALL and see our Stoct. It is large and well.*

!t, ISO 7. 47-ttls I after the Jrmiug-otltcr prizes at the uuJI ) suitable} forUhXTLEMEXi I II Just Received per Bark R. H. Gamble. HODGKISS, SCOTT t POOLE.
-----" ---- ----- time of thirty days. '' WEAR.sousisting Sept. 10, 1S'T. 38
t I i For sale by AMES & Ll7EL"\
f All 'owmunications! strictly confidential.i I -i ...
Negroes to Hire. ,, I i ,es Orders for Tickets or Cci tllicatcs to in part of French and English Cloths Castiineres : Sept. IS), 1S57.. 38 Florida T T L
I I and \'I still: of the latest style and beat quality !. I - Eepbrts.
r1o HIRE for the IS5M and II i S. SW.\\ & CO., Augusta (in.C .
-seven inf-n
year I I which they are prepared to make up to order in j QUIMNE7JUST in 6 volumes. .
_I_ two too l Held Hand .Three of '- Peisons I COMPLETE
wom" i ; : : rcsiiiing near ItlIlg"11IerIa.( or
I \To..kmnu like and fashionable and REASONABLE McDOUGf."tL
manner on -
which: may be had from this date. L. GIBBON.Nov. 1 :.'ff1r-\\ I i Atlan'a, Ga.. can have their inlets l filled, and] 3arei a received 800 OfSCES Siilph Quinine, atSpt. HOBlTY.
of
.21, lsiT.PANIC 47 I 1..\\.r.. \' .i time, by a'Jc1i-erug S. Swan i Co., at either: of those TEHMS. Also, a good assortment rr Brand, together with a great variety! j ;, 1837. JO
I I Ii READY-MADE CLOTHING Chemicals. AMES LIVELY.

CRISIS PANldTThtsc i I: Ames & Lively, j cities.2T- A Iit: of the. numbers that are drawn from consi"tin jof Fine Black and! Colored Cloth Frock ofpure. August 8, 1857. 32 NEW BO
the wIJ'c1. with the amount of the Prize that) each Coals, Fancy: Cassimere, Business Coats, Black and
-- - ,, HAVE ju.t. nssoitmcut leceived i the of following.itgpaiid DI l'HESI.icll i / v.-ell |i, one i is entitled to. will be published after every drawing Colored lia;l!ns and Over Coats, Black and Fancy From New York, I JUST RECEIVED!r Misi
JIO"ant Money had better try to obtain it are! I Ii _
by purchasing a Ticket in i; offi-icd for t-ale (111 as reasonable teims as can be af-- I in the following papers: Augusta (Geo ) Couftititior.alii.st. Doeskin and Ca,1mt..c Pants Figured Grenadineand PER BRIG REMINGTOX." NEW BOOKS & NO".ELSDOREA. -( .
: New O.-h-itu I dla. Mobile Register, Fancy Silk ai'd Cassirnere Vests.
I folded iu Southern Market .iz Stroller in
: i it Europe
any ;
ANDERSON &, SON'SLOTTEB..Y j t Paiut EiUbhes, ground fiom 0 to 00J/0,( ( ,II Ch.irlebton Standaid.I Nashville: Gazette I A t Ian'a In -ALSO-. CRUSHED Sugar": Onions Rio Coffee EL GRINGO-Travels in Mexico; .

5ON i do do do Coppci" from Xo. }' to C, j Morning telligencer.News New, Richmrl.d Yoik Weekly Day Book, Savannah: A good a!ortmeut of.black and fancy silk cravats Powdered Java DI KANE'S Arctic Expedition.; ._; ,, .
New
THE JIAVA>A 'LA: Ol 'IGLJ.t.mlms.. j White) Wafch Brushes. <,{ all grades and sizes I,j ji and PauldmgfM'ss! )Dispatch Clarion., York Dispatch nud ties, shirts, merino;EilkjuiJ; cotton cnder shirts, Bee Hive Syrup, Starch, MEMOIR oJS.S-Preutws,.Speecbei.ia ,
TIlE
Window do II"r"e do I
i I II Nov. 14, 1857. -iUJyButter collars, socks, gloves, .c. Dried Apples, Soap, DYS-srmy lifel1Qu' h,te)
JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY. Shoe do in pans and \utb top knots, -- ------ - The subscribers are new beginners end not enliely Rice, Pepper, I\lIl or.of Margaret apd Zaidee"
I Sea Root Bath Brushes, ; unknown the and I SAB EL-,A Dyvclp >
to ,
and community they pl Jg9 White Beans, Ginger,
BY AUTHORITY OF nIP STATE OF GEO. do (Ii) Velvet do Buckwheat; themselves to give satisfaction, to ell who may favor Fulton Market Beef, Alspice, ARTISTS WIFE-A novel ; '

i! horse Hair Fleth d.) curved and plain, II i 1)ER ASA FISH. them' with their patrctm Saleratis, Sweet Oil!, VA3CONSELOS DO' neV.

CLASS EE, I Tooth", Hair and Xail Brushes, in gl cat varietv, I Eighth bbla. Buckwheat X WEBER; Soda, Sperm Candles] by Strums; Ac tc. \.

Draws December 15th, lS57at Armory Hall Sa- I Infant's lo do 20 Quarter do do L. DANNHEIMER.Sept. Pot Ads, Adamantine Candles, McDOUGALL A HOBBY
Tanuah, Ga, under the sworn superintc-mlence of W. Hoi he. do Fleh Gloves. I 10 Kegs Go.hen Butter. I MaccaronT, Green Peas, July 457. 27

!t. Symons, E.q, at ; do d Ii> niarkiug; do For bale by J H. 11. BERRY. Saw Mill & Mill S.fie/ Neat Ton1For
--- -- Pickles assorted, Tomatoes,
Prize S65,000 IJ-TI bound Ro<.f do November 14", 1:":'. 47 To the Ladies of Tallahassee. Yeast Povrder, Current Jelly, Sale.

Capital i| Handle Scr ib do -------.. --- Matches, Lobsters. ..

Tickets Halvcg 5 Quarters 2 50. j Poouah and Lach'I lug doGuilJeis I Something Good THE MILL SITE; togethe- witfrafiew SAW
$10 ; .; I tip- all Graining Combs, i II DAVIS, through the tlndnesfi of whole! ALSO complete, ready for running, .withio fivt
--------- -- MRS'
Prizes Payable Without Deduction. I j Camel's Hair and Badgers Blctidcis, I ON the) way, and daily expected to arrive, a few and fashionable' establishments in Charleston A general assortment of Teas. miles of town,known as the Miiu on, and more recently .

I I do do IVnoils, half Barrels genuine Loch line Hen Tugs'. and Mrs. M. A. lifnvland of Macon, has been enabled -ALSO- the Richard's Mills is now .rTejed: at a bargain.-

Only 20,000 Numbers! Z,26 I'izce: : Shaving hJru'hes-Radger, Buffalo and Bristle, -ALSO- to replace the well delected stock of Bonnets, An extensive assortment of assorted I CANDY.For In n.wet time the water i rivileg-e. good: nd.bT attachmg
.
Hat do : Ribbons, &c., te., fthieh she lost.on board of thetcnmJiip a small engine for
I One puncheon Scotch Wiskey. Those who) sale by ft H. BERRY. a dry Jime. afibrdiujf .th.
S C Jl 1 Jf J: I, Together vi jib I large lot of Paints and Painters M.v can appieciate, will pure take due notice tc.,
1 Prize Jf. ;.. .. ..4'. .. .. G5C' i j tcrials.Nov. I ORMONiJ & CO I upon, a recent voyage from New will Yqrk to producing lumber. The pond being large and entire-'
of be
14 1857. 47 Savann h. Her stock fancy goods !Jreccived ly surrounded by a
1" .. .. .. .. .. _. .. 25iOU 1.--------- Newport, Nov. 14, 1867. 46 .ETNAINSURANCE very.good timber region afford
and opened for. j inspection Friday next, ./ a economical njethod of
-- "
--1. y very geftlDg.aW next to
1" .. ... .. .. .. 10000 -- -- ---- her '
when she will with pleasure wait customers. the pond's facilities for the..
1" .. .. .. .. .. ._ lJOO j i FLORIDA BAIL ROAD. WantedA upon 39 CONPANY is providing stock location
26, 1S57. nearer town by 2 or S miles than
1"' .... .. .. .. 4J.l00 September any mill site tlt
i I TMtOM{ and after ibis date, the trains on this Road, OF HARTFORD. be found .,. .
.. . .. TIDY WOMAN to attend to the duties of a
1" . 2,000
1. will nufi regularly according] to the) following Ladies Dress Goods. .,D, calling 00 Mr.J. Richard's (former owners)
J" .. .. 100 3cJOO : house, and cook (for n small family. Liberal : IIinr.orporated' ) .orj'
Schedule, viz the 1 lank Road
z .. .. .. )00. 2ZWJ( i j Leave Fernaudit/a ( day, Sundays exempted, at .I Ii wages given. A white woman preferred. T ATEST Fall and Winter styles of new and beau in 18D,-Charter1 Per'piluaf.GASH or rf .' any DANIEL further information. LADD Ne"'p can be't bad, '

100"' .. ... 100. 10.000 'YCrj A L s 0- tiful Side and Bayadere Robes of Silk -0- .
j 12 Meridian, Trail Ridge, Exty-tvo mile, / JLJ Stripe S pt.s, 1867. 36 .
100" . )0. l,OCJOOOO" Laces Embroideries CAPl'l'At.nooooo; .. i .
I ef cry day, at 8 p. ni. One hundred tons of old Cast lion. Highest) cash II Poplin and DeLaine, Trimmings, -

. ZO.; 90.000 I Leave Trail Ridge every day, at a. m.. arrive at I prices given. Apply at the Ac,just received byJIODOKISS Tallahassee Sash andBlSd'undersigned
AGAINST LOSS
INSURE AND
DAMAGE BY FIRE,
72 Approximations .. . S.760S286 Fernandina at 8 a. in. I FULTON FOUNDRY. SCOTT t POOLE.
ONTEKM3 ADAPTED TO THE HAZARD
-- I Connecting trith FcrnanJina for Charleston '! I Jfov. 7, 1867. 45-tf Sept. 19, 1857. 38PLANTATION FAOTOBr.

Prizes amonuling to. .. .*225,2CO I ] and SI\aunuh.Btea'lcre and with the Stages at Baldwin _____ __on_ ._ ___ ____ AND CONSISTENT OF WITH TilE LAWS THE adoptsthis method of informing

|' ; and Trail Ridge for Tallahassee and all points II AMBEOTYPESAND FOR SALE. COMPENSATION. public, tfeat he has recommenced the abov*

$ault.Notes of sound Banks taken at par.Cbecks I in East Florida. G EO W. CALL, subscriber offers for sale a desirable and val- B. C. LEWIS, Agent, business 10 this city of Tallahassee, .and' wg.lLb '

on New Y or'k remitted for priz !.. Secretary Fl'-rida II. R. Company. I MELAINOTYPES TilE Plantation, situated one mile from Monti For Tallahasse and vicinity. pleased to receive the patronage hU-frien'd.. Shop
Drawings of Large Classes will be published August 15. 1857. 33 at the Rail Road
1'0H 1857. 46 Depot.
New I 'UKIIIY DAI LEY. cello,Fla., consisting of 1000 acres of laud ; 400 of I. W. BO WZK.
York and New Oilcans Sunday paper's and March 1. B7.
-- -- - ---- 10
which are in cultivation and under good fence, the -
Charleston brer Hat Hard's Store. p
and Savannah Dailies. Rooms Drug Congress Water.A
The Extra balance well wooded, and watered by spring'branches, .
Original QualityCORN
.
.
Address _
orders for tickets or Certificates 01 Packages ---l- CIGARS LA.ME I r."ja" r.-
Tickets to II STARCH. Rooms have been thoroughly refitted and tbe.improvemenjs are good, a good uwellipg bouse, FRESH supply,just received and for sale by 1 by
THE houses', Gi'rV house, screw, and ber out .build AMES fe LIVELY '
ANDERSON & SON, Munagfri. ; now in excellent condition for the prirpodfl negro p MdDOlrcL&r1t: It6BBT. .
REI'ARF.D for Puddings Ice Cream, logs, rtud tl\e\ location is favorably.situated for heal tb. 1857. '
38
expressly ; Sept. 19. Marth 21, 7.
Macon or Savannah, Ga. j 1.J designed. The Public are invited to call. _,__ 12'
Cakes, Bance Mange, Custards,. Pies. Porriges, Any persons wishing to purchase, will please call
Nov.21 Oct. 1857. 44Bonnets
31
18 7. 47 ,
i Ac. Received fresh by AMES d LIVELY.Oct. and fee for themselves. Shoes Shoes!' Shoes Com.BUSHELS .

I, 1657. 49Nathaniel T.ERalS-One-half cash, the balance ia two or .
SUBSCRIBER residing at Monticello Flor-
Orange Hill Land, -- --- more )'clm-intcrcst payablo annually. THE' baa'on bane a largo and general assortment, 1000 HOPKINS.CQRN..I sale by
EMILY CLARK Eitr'x.Monticello &
.
i--- FOR SALE. Hamlen, FRENCH ARTIFICIALS It e.' Sept 19, 1857. 38 .Negro Shoes,my Four Thousand Pain made of March 21,'6'7. 12 1IEGlNNBS
excellent: material manufactured at borne by White .
THE nndersbged/eels obliged to offer one of be MERCHANT trimmed and

pi ices (i in; many respects) in the whole COMMISSION No. 38 Po-drasSLNew Oi leans. BONNETS' Feathers plain,nSI01 tech, Butler & Denham Mechanics, at.the,,wnich very he low is selling price .to f $1.80!Planters and Merchapts pair.. Don t Read This !

Country. The best l land "iIlyielJ 2 bales Cotton to Bonnet Ribbon, Velvet and Silk designs, cts'ler VIIT
acres, and there i is no better Tobacco laud in Flori- -0- Dress Trimmings, Shaded Velvet, ARE now opening their FALL'and. WINTER Send your orders as soon as P! .OONTI. r.r

There are 2600 acree in the tract. Rome 600 ..rwLich Refers to (0\'. James E. Brooke, TuihtLasee, Black Yelve Rusches all kinds, which comprise a complete and varied of the Shoes may be seen at the store James Kirk- WEbuTojo/t received,from New OrlMina Ptt

in two paiceli)-, have been lately bargained Ocorgp K. Walker, Etq, SwanVDown, aseoi tracnt iP. every department .IitLf-i Silk and Bey t Nephew In Taflabaasep. r ... R. Pttw. .and New York Per'Bark

***JThe land, mainly, is broken, affording an Gen. Wm. Bailey, Jefferson county. Tuscan Bonnets, Dress department will be found some of the most '. E.E. BLACKBURN. K. HI QJupbl.. a large and well Ml rt.d *

nndance. of eplt-ndid, free alone, springwater; 30 T. J. ., &q., Spotted Dunbtabld Bonnets, beautiful and elegant, Monticello. Sept. 1'if. 1857., S7-4m STOCK OF GROCERIES,

""les from St. Andrews Bay, and as healthy ns any J. G Putnam Esq. Madison Suite J3u9icta, Sidestriped Sitfc Robes, Mantillas4 Gloakff &C. AL3Oa. .
Face on thi globe. Reference particular to Capt. Daniel Bell, Esq, Hamilton. White do Flounced ".dark ground i 5. ):

J.and Wm.Davis,Gadsden county. Just come Augustus Steele, Esq., Levy Misses d' .do. "bJi$6t" mALMAS, lined and.unimedl'J. .The.'' Trines Brandies, Syrups, dgu ;'4 .

and lee. D. P. AVERETT. J. J. Snelliug, Esq., Oadsdcn II. mJTLER & 1LEAM.: solid Color M'{ire Antique, do with lloMs, Sab nben are, determined *ftgr J&if J&Jabandon

NOT.H, un. 4t-9w [Sent copy II:: Remington, Etq.. Thomas ville, Geo. Oct. 17, 1657. 4Z Iflack A do .do Printed 1'lueh do the..stem Mlting goods 06 sCUD. !?.

Oct. N, 1857.. 43_ Flounced Berag, vine colored, Basque Cloaks, Fvr CSaik jDnartry ffadtttt '
.
Health Bitters. Delaine Robes a Baize, Zotave Wrapper., we will atanytim.with.gonds b Iu pprV wr pnr'cwtewr*
.those Heir & Coles Boots & ,Shoe's.IlR'ECEIVJNG Together with u tine assortment of Black Silks, Moire and Cloth Cloaks,' .of every defertpu ix at a mnn adranc

TO suffering from Dyspepsia, Debility, enublcd from the Gamblo(, a Black Silk .Velvet Basque width Shepards Plaid, Rich Velvet do ,... wSbU above New York_and .Nfl1'.O,Ieaoa prioeL It

.c1i 4;.. iuece health Bitter or derange recommended state of the Stomach, HAVE re-opened fur the nnd fccanon: their Cotton business, and will'make r. J of BOOTS & SHOES fit Figured Merinos, Plain do, Black Bombazine, French Black and Brown Sable Fur Setts, doubt it, come and 'try u*; %t.J. 'J Gamb1e'fw'S

acuity are by the !;Storage, Selling and description. Embroidered Set!., Brussels point Applique Setts, Children Fur_Tippets and Cloak Comer of Monroe and Je&Ic4 !
&I a orUkicur. liberal.d' Cjtton enoMgned to their :
Forialeby wo
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The Floridian & Journal NEW COODS. l-----I P.-B. ri-rl OK AW' s. NEW CARRIAGE SHOP. I THOMAS Dr CELEBRATED .


h pjblislieJ; e%ety SATURQAT. by I ; LIVERY AND SUBSUMES;, : TIE undersigned begs leave to inform the citi I I j .of, 'VIITE Sheet Iron _
JOHN PRATOBIOTTS I ofTaIl'iliassce arid Tj that he has TV MANUFACTURER YERMIFUGELIVERPILLS.
JAMES S. JONES & HAS. E. DYKE, r TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. : in this place cnity. IVl Ware,and dealer !Ib all kzds Plain and Fancy
1 o ,l!: ',;J}? tullE Proprietor would inform : opened a carriage shop { Tin Wares,take pleasure in ioformiog the chitons! A.
At IHvo DOLLAr.f.I"t'T: annum,in :ld\ !.D.e. MERCHANT TAILOR, : 'z--Z : i his fiiend! :lI..1 the i Brokaw's Lircry Stables, of TII bns8ee and the strffounding country,tha he i

TERMS OF-AD\'F.r.ThHXG.- Dealer in Ready :Made Clothing aud 9 public, that he has rebuilt t h;! in the building formerly occupied by J, L. G oDe!, now prepared to wait on all that wish to patronize I .
largr Brick StaMts.! at the old t-tnud and is now : here lif is prepared to do all ninds of work in his him in his line of business. He also tenders his thanks.
One square of 12 lines,or leE.aretinssiUon, $1 00 i Gentlemen's! Furnishing oods.. prepared to accommodate' )liis II ii.'nolanti customers line, at the shortest notice nnd on the mOL 'I I to his friends and the puJc generally for the very) I Twoo1the but i'r.pftrat1os o.tbe..
cacli subscqaent SO .4--p.- : He nlso h.n attached to hi. Stables a good Blacksmith I TERMS i liberal patronage with h> has f'retofrf been
Professional and Business CarJ inserted at $1 0 per I am now receiving jny Fall and Winter sup I Shop. where he will have have dine all kind?of REASONABLE ; finn,ed,and be hopes that acontinuatiouefthesniLC! : They are not recommended
annum.Adrert'serseuts. : Plantation! work. Horse shoeSiur., and Cnrriagework in I such as carruge painting and trimming; making new will be Rrantedhim. ,,:
not marked with the number of ply i>/f Cl ths. ta siJlc"c1f'S, /ings, 4'c.$ tf!/ ; tin very* .best manner and with promptness'" nod dis I bougies and wngon, ned all kinds of repining. Having j He will constantly keep onhanda fail.supply cf all as Universal

insertions will be continued until forbid, and charged ; Every l Color SlIe ;aud Quality pat el" :. ": procured a first rate | sorts of Ware usually kept in nn establisJnentof! his

accordingly. I } :, November I. 1853.: 4l Carriage Painter and Trimmer, I line of business. A full assortment ofSheet.Iron, Cure-alls but
jf Certificates of publication of legal or estate h o J Sheet Lead Lead Pipea Sheet Zinc, Cistern Puirrpi, simply fo
tchich I make in the most ; ; .
am rcpared to :
up i and Harness i i.i to doI
Carriages Bugg ; s from New York the prepared
notices will not be given uutil the advertising fee is undersigned nd n great other articles too numerous to tnea-
paid. : fashionable sfi/lc, on short notice : For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. j I this kind, of work as well and in the latest style as itcaii I: ;tic.nJ. many what their name pur.

: I be done at the North. BUILDERS.
"- --- -- --- -' AND REASONABLE TERMS I /JTHE Subscriber" has just icceivednvery those who have this kind of work to do, and<<1 1'I TO !

BLACKSMITHING -ALSOA : --."'"" large supply of Carriages, I .Al done in a manner that wIl not fail to give Tin RooSng,Guttering,Copper and Tin Conducting ports.The

LARGE ArtI WELL SELECTED STOCK OF Buggies! and Harness, which he olforsi I satisfaction, wcrld do well to I! Pines Ac, all "f which he promises to do in the mostworkmnnlike VERMIFUGE
-0-. i fors.ile en the r.Wt reasonable terms. onWM. KUH S. manner and style, and of the best material fo

firm of BROKAW tl READY-MADE CLOTHING, : November 18, 1854. 45 May 2, '57 18 I !, on shertcsl i? tice and most reasonable terms
&rrnE hating t U-en di-*..l-. 1 ---- -- -- ---- _ Having been engagei.for the last eight years in expelling Worms
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Consisting; of (',( suitable for winter MILESiNASlT&rcoTDealers :
garment wear,
notifies his It to recommend -
untloisigned! Piano Fortes. business at this place he tlii nnnectsiar
he has such ns Cloaks. Talmas Coats.: Vests, Pants, Ac.: tic., : the human has
that
eld customers and the public: generally in Drugs, Medicines, &c. himself, any further to public a gfr':1 system,
which be which will be disposed of at low prices. TITE arc prepared to furnish PianoFortes the' same time he
wade !' with D. C. Wilson, by : his mechanic, but a
arrangements : capabilities as a
: : Also a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirt, Collars, : received from New York bark R.H.(Gam "f of the best and also been
takes the shop formerly oocupkd by him, under the : JUST per r f very quality, : assures nil that favor him with call,g"od: work I administered
f firm of I Undershirts.) Cravat, Slocks Hosiery, d.c.: .<{:l'. o a general assortment of artides in our line, upon the most liberal terms. f

t Pitts & Co. Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult: their o. such as Oils of almost every kind, Burning Fluia, They are second t none in any country cither as i j! cheap Having prices.removed from the old stand formerly! ki'W1 1 with the most satisfactory
B. !
H. own interests by giving me a call ns all the above articles White Load, Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of to quality or price. j White 31usserht, will le found at bis stand cori
all work done in have been selected with great care, and with a htt to execute wait
Mid 5s now prepared twi i ner of foot where he will be glad to results to various
; their line business Vic: special! icw to tbeiradaptatiox to this market. GelatiiiA,London Mustard, French Brandy(very best,) EveryInstrume MILES NASH J CO. i on all his ( stree. THOMAS WHITE. anima
October 15, 1866. ly-42 for medicinal purposes, Spice, Pepper, Lemon Syrup February 23,1856. 8
Dec. 48WILLIAM
Horse Shoeing, Ironing and -- ---- Inks"",Quinine, Peruvian Bark Fluid Extract Buchu, 1,1855. subject to Worms. J
pairing Carriages and Bug ne.O, tc., &C., and a general assortment of Popular Patent India Rubber Belting. -- --
THROUGH IN 48 HOURS !
gics, Plantation work of Medicines. We keep nofce bnt the very best and P. SLUSSER, The LIVER PILLS
0 hope to merit LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubbr Belting,of fo
ercry description, your patronage.MILES NASH, A CO. A two, three and four ply, fully equal 1'Li11ahnEieo, '1a. the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT

MXl Irons and repairing same, Ironing Irai i March 29, 1856 18 to Leather, and 75 per Cent cheaper; in flc considered MANUFACTURER OF COPPER/FIN AND SHEET -
and CarL, I by those who have tried them, to .
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gons Lather I
IRON WARE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL all
of work made of : I All sizes, from 4 to 1 Inches wide constantly BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS
and in fact everv other: discription : !
I A. B. CLARKE on hand by D.LADD. DEALER IN PLAIN, FANCY AND JAPANNCUWARE.
which aud '
Iron and Steel all of we WARRANT pledge !
SICK
: Newport Oct 18. 1856. 42 .
cnnelves to execute: at the slortert notice. Milton and Chattahooch : e, HEADACHE
H. 1' FITT3.Feb. now receiving his Fall and Winter Stock of Stove Head-Quarter?
U. S. Mail i I Line i Is Tow for Sale. &C.Purchasers.
.H., 18: 7. T-ly Goods, suitable forJ' A SPLENDID assortment Cookinj, Parlor ,
I. THE undersigned offers at private sale, the follow -/-A- and Wood Stoves,trimmed with D.tle.
Notice. Semi-: : : ooli-ly ; WMi p described property, known as the Jravia Lots, I' and durability,at reduced prices. wiI please

in of French and English Cloths, Cassi. viz: Lots Nos. 3,25.27,30,48,140,11. 142, 143,
Leaves Milton Tuesday's and Friday's, ([llO ; consisting part Out Door Work. be
11: nademgned 1 //.all made :arrnn-ements tiith H meres nnd Vcstings of nil colors, nnd of the bestqual 144.226,227,235,239,240,241,242,243,244,245, particular ask fo
ft rl"ll B. FiLls to take chargef his Blacksmith} Shop o'clock, a., m. ;1 itv, which he is prepared to manufacture to order en 248, 246, 250k 2&2, 203, 25 256, 257,258, 268, all I Roofing. Ornamental Front Heads, Guttering. Copper -
: and hand', and solicits for the new firm. the pntronng Leaves Challalic) c Tuesday's and Saturday's : the; most reasonable! terms and in the most in the original plan of city Tallahassee. I and Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead, Sheet Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated
of his! old] cBstomcrs. D. C. WIL
.; ._14. If57._ 7;-ly __ ApaJaehieoht and the Stage.from Tallahassee J Together FASHIONABLE with a general assortment MANNER of Lots I 1, 2, 3, 4, I 6, 7, in County qr. I of every City variety and done Country at short notice.Merchants VERMIFUGE and

Fla. and Ga.
liainbridgc, -A L 0-
I LIVER PILLS
DENTISTRY.DR. I j READY-MADE CLOTHING, ; Are respectfully!' invited to give me a call befoit prepared by
Lots N4s.!' 89, 40, 48, 61 pur
IX GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK! I 4,12,1,15,16,22,25
that will oomrwre favorably with stock of Clothing elsewhere.E3gT .
j j any !
CUR I___EE. 62in the chasing
T. J. County
i exhibited for sale in this city, consisting of qnarter. I N. B. All articles manufactucd from (
r\ tHIS Line is now in first ratp order. The whole J j ever The above described ; the 'tY
3 "'{"'{TILL continue in future, tIle practice' \ \ TI5TKY, in &.uth (Jeoriria.au 1 Mi.Kllc and I Hacks.: The Drivers are careful. sober and ac I j I Fancy Cassimcrc and Beaver :Frock ar.d Business le will be offered for sale. ati"1h
: which will be liberal, to A. Amaker
I I apply Perry ,
I lal5tM.rida. lIe has: lii'l l several y.:j-ractical npeI cnmmodatiftp. A liberal allowasce of baggage allowed I| Coats, at Law Tallahassee. Eq. October 21, 1855. 42
1 rience in the profession! the last three uf w liicli )has: 0 to each: passenger Black and colored Cloth: Beaver and Pilot Over- Attorney CHARLES P. MANNING.Until SOLE PROPRIETORS, PittSburgh
of CtlllutrHis, k i is of the Sack Surtouts, WffitS
teen in those sections W'I I tfyrflps &c.
sold the above will be ,
: most beautiful aud durable character aud satisfaction j Raglan's: Black and Fancy Doe&kin and Cassimere property for rent. Otard Pa., and take no
AGENTS: 4. PERRY AMAKER. Brandy, Sparkling r,

h guaranteed All communications in every instance.eentto M-nticello Fla.. will : At Milton JAS. A. CiiArrjJ:" Best Pants Grenadine, Barathea, Satin arid Cloth Vests, Febrnafy 16, 1856. 7-tf : OLD Port, Old Port Julie, I other, as there are various
Madeira Chmit
weire attention as soon as pr vioun engaguraeole Geneva, Ala., W. :D. Mocc/K, Parrey Velvet, Cassimere, Silk and Cashmere do., -' Brandy ,
will permit. Campbelton, J. W. SMITH, White Silk do., Dr. P. P. LEWIS Sherry, Satdiucs.I : other preparations
-. -.--- -.--.-- Marianna, \\'. NICHOLS, Grub' Sba,1., Dre-sing Robes, Fine Shirts, Silk, I Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces, now
Cliattahoochee D. COLCOX.: Cot ton and Merino Under-shirts, GIVES notice to his friends and pat Flavoring Extracts, c Pears, before the
Br.FERF.NcE5 : ,: Passengers: can be taken through with certainty, Canto Flaunel and Jeans Drawers. Lli.v. that he is now in possession of Yeast PowJers, Tamarind., public, purporting
Ii Ho*. J. L. SEWA"., ) i: security, and with comfort. .. all the latest improvements in Dentis i Spanish Olives, SnJces,
}] Tbomnsville, Ga. I ALSOA 1st The extraction of Teeth, without Corn Starch Pickles. to be Vermifugeand
H<'-(. P. L. Love, J GEO. D. FISHER, try. producing I
IIoc.V.: s. LWORTI1' I Montieello Fla. i; Proprietor and Contractor. I general assortment of Fancy nnd Black Silk and pain, by the aid of a local application,'which consists Worcestershire Lauee: S4Iad0i,
RBV. \\-. E. HAMILTON, J f ; May 9, ':)7. 9-tf I Satin Stocks, Ties and Cravats, Collar, colored nnd m applying an artificial freezing mixtuu to the parts English Mbtfnrd, Capers, Liver Pills. All
S 1'IOf.( J. C. McGiiEE; > Mtii8Cn, FIa.] white Kid and Silk Gloves, Buck and Lisle Thread until fully benumbed. 2d, The immedJatemserticn of i Claret,' Coioa,
COL. B. C. lorE )fGE To Boarding House and do. Lndies Gauntlets superior Linen, Cambric and a Temporary Set, on Gutta Percha which can be I AMES & L1TELY. others, in comparisonwith

; M.[ WHIT 1IITrI. Aiog.itor: Fla. I Silk Handkerchiefs, Brown nnd Fancy Cotton, Lisle worn with comfort, and ease till the Gums are fully January 5, 1856. i iLiver

ST.: B.-Da.Cca LEE will be iu Quinfv during the :. HOTEL KEEPE S. Thread/. nnd Marino $ Hose, ic, &::0. CALL AND prepared for a permanent Set ; then inserte on Dr. MCLANE'S arc
latter part of the present week.April I BUY- that beautiful plan called continuous are and Sale Stable. ,
25/57. 17 THE subscriber (Iffcr't sale on easy October 18, 1856. 42 so much worn and admired, fu ueautyBtreugtl, and worthless
,
( i iSINGER'S
*, a commodious) Brick Building in M f perfect clcanlme undersigned gives no- I ,

j the Village: of Monticello, Fla.. 72 fuel by 10. | | ( I For Sale May 31, 185& 22 : JL lice, that he has pur- I The McLanc'
SEWING, It coitaiit 14 large rooms, besides tlicse in the att>c, chased the Livery Stable of _- i GENUINE
1>11.1 W4 s built f>r a Hotel. j A YAMMEIE PLANTATION IN LEON COUNTy, FI.A."A I Notice. William H.Newsom,in Tallahassee,together with the I
To deiring to !keep a Hotel or private I will Vermifuge and
:Invne ILL be sold at sale, that fine good a the establishment, and that be is nowprepated I Live
Boarding Jlou"e, this ;place oilers peculiar induce-I I T\T known the pri7ate'' Harrow Place"plantation SIX Months after date, the undersigned, adminis I carry on the business in all its tranche, .
I i.ifiits at tl.'n tinl(". The I'e-nsacola and Georgia owned Col.as David Burrow nnd formerly :. of the estate! of Mary A.Bez an, deceased, I and promises the rVuMJe with good accommodations j Pills can now b had at
by now by BryanCroom
]Rail! Road passes within' f-J"r mile.!', and ns w><>n as } ten miles N. E. of Tallahassee. The late of Leon county, will present his final accctfnfa and iu his line on reasonable terms. :
I completed (to (this point (probably} by March! next.) a j I plantation some containi Twe-nty-Sve Hundred Acres of vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate of raid RICHARD SAUNDERS. !I ail respectable DrgStores.

branch will connect th place :"J' the main road. I Land tl.c ofh... is county, and ask to be discharged.THOMAS Sep. 6, 1856 36Notice. I
greater part I equal to any landin j
ajT'Ount of travel.TIire J. PERKINS, Adrafr. .
thus greatly increasing the present Florida., There arc about tne've or fourw..1I1lUn, ---- I .
K nKo at thU time a prl'i'i'in: dc.-'and: for a t dred of l 1..u and the remainder July 25, 1S57. 30-6m
acres! opr> << finely tim I .
good. Boarding; House, where children SOOt "' the : --- I BRO'S
ber. (J. including: a lar ,'e 'foaHtiofvery/ superior land, I FLEMG
icLool! from abroad 01:1lJ accommodated and] an" 1 to clear.! The PLANTATION FOR SALE. I SIX Months after date the undersigned aJoiinistra-i ,
yet improvemcuts ate
good-a
one of character aud pil'ell..J((. in (los }but-inc-as could; very I I of the estate of Charles S. Siblsy, deceased j "OOD ST., PrrSnURGI; PA.
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for nhout .
house ( hundred
J\\ lliiig ; good quart e-rs one WILL the first iu December next
( on Monday
,
: late of GadaJeu will her'fihef !?
year
; Ac. The will
fences be soldfoi'onethir
; :IWA.-aINES.: : : :: : b..anllrtt. : nt'gToeo. good plantation before Court-house door, in the city of Tallahassee to the Judge .! Probate of said county, and auk to ',
caBDi the balance in one and two years, the Plantation to the estate of Dr. b
been app'Jilltcd Spec al Agent for the The subscriber would) only add, in conclusion, that ,J date ofsale. The will belonging discharged. MARY D. O. SIBLE?, Admtx. I ,
HAVING with interest fro.71 plantation James Whitehead. Thi" nlace is four miles North of No. tlhCbartersSt.New OrIUM.
June 20, 57. 25 6m --
the above the undersigned is uow in point, of cocial, moral ind; religions advantage*, '
; prepared !: lw thown to nor one :desiring! to purchase! by Mr. Tallahassee, on Like JatKron, it contniniu twenty- I ; Genera Wholesale agent fur the Southern Statvt, t
to furnish them to ord<>r. together with fill instructions this place peiImps: if second to none of tho Villagi-s
Purchasers will
Hvman, the manager on ti"! place. two ((22,00)) hundred acres of quality Oak ana orders must be addressed.
their One Machine is to Sor of the South. For further Notfde.SIX
for
equal particulars, I
use. I anplto I airily to the undersigned in TI1 lnh:1ssce. Hickory land, about one-} t cleared and under cultivation Sold by Ames A Lively E. Barnard. Jr.. lii?.
lu good Seamtrttscs, and all kinlofSewiag can : E.: BLACKBURN, Monticello, Fla.
W. CAIjLj the balance in trov 3s. The Nash Co. Tallahassee, Fla. J. S. il. Dsviirn1
be doue. One or two of those Machines can be seen Oct. 3. ]1857.::; 40-3m I improt'cmeot months after date the q dersigned administra I J ;
fct any time I by calling on the undersigned at l.:s residencJ .. *** Augusta Constitutionalist! will plea e publish ; July 25, 1857. S0--tf good.Comfortable .I of the estate James W. Strange, deceased Quincy ; Gardner & Mills. Newport ; W. T. Carded
-- -- ---- ------ ----- I Dwelling and all out houses terA C > Waukeenab Mosely & Madi.o
:i iu Tallahassee. Singers Gazette paper devoted once a week for three months ami,] fetid bill to advcr- necessary late of Gadsden county will present his:final accounts I ; Pope.
to S.win.illLe funmhed to one on ti'er. Valuable Plantations &c. I fin\ House, Screw, Barns, Coin Houses Overseer's I to the Judge of Probate of said county and ask to be I Palmer & Bro..Monticello Puleiten.. Moiticell.
; \\he-ie tLe Prices of the any different application i.i211 i- : ____ __ ___ __________ i and Cabins t accommodate one hundred neI i discharged there W. Rogers A Co..Cbattahooehee; Baltxell gratis!, FOR SALE. aU! framed and in repair. Persons from.B. Mananna Zefcler, Baiubrielgs Ca
be P. P. LEWIS. i I groes, go wishing S. SHEPARD, Adm'r. ; Nihbnal
k may 8 seen.1857 32 Land Sale. undersigned Executors of John Wbitehead, t examine tbo place v.i apply to Mr. G. M. Green "I July 4, 1857. 27-6m D. II. rdg. ; E.S.ixa.Tbomasil1or. i ,
August ,. I .rHE
virtue of an order of the Court of Equity for I of Burke county, deceased, offer at private on the premises. made known on the day 01 .
In BY the Middle Circuit of Florida, the subscriber sale until the first Monday in DECEMBER next, sale. India Rubber PackIng. }'eIy 21, 1857. 8-1.T
Chancery. will offer for sale auction at New Port Tues the following property viz: A Plantation in Burke JOHN B. WHITEHEAD, Etr.ept. .
Abraham K. Allison! i it. day the 15th day by of December next, the, tracts on of county, on Boggy Gut creek near Fryer's Ponds, adjoining 19, 185'. 38-tds [Sent copy INDIA J Rubber inch, constantly Packing, of al tbickuuj from 3 I Aes d Live1y
-- --- t on FLORIDA.
John B. Whitebead, M. P. Green, and others .
,. 'ALAHASSEE.
:j Land described be : William II. Gunn and John B. Smith, In Gads- South of Tallahassee, viz: containing 1700 acres, more or less, oak and hickory For Sale, Wholesale and Retail laDBUGW
Adminutralors, bom's non of the den Circuit of which there are 500 acres of fresh cleared Land, f Dale,
In Township 2, South, Range 1, East.TbeNWSW1audSEofSecl5 Barrels of Fresh Burnt Lime. Notice AND MEDICINES.
Estate of Cornelius English, dee'd. Court, Mid- and 700> of well timbered forest Land. The Planta. 60

and Joseph Englieb,Josiab English, >die Circuit ; the N tion is well improved arid in good order-having a r "illS LIME is of superior quality and will compare monibr after date, tbe executor" PetJemtfj, J'tstu1", BurlnlIn.tmeDt-1
Thomas! English, Lacy English, of Florida. W 4 of S \V 4 of See 16; the S i of S W 1E i of large, commodious and new Dwelling on it-the win- JL favorably with Thomaston Lime, or with SIX tie estate of Thomas nndersigitc., lute Spices. SDnJ 0.. Paints.
Joshua English, Elizabeth English' N E 1W i of S E J and N E 4 of S E i of Sec 17 ; ter residence of deceased. Two and a half miles on- any other for plastering or for any other purpose for of county will present his final accounts andvoueherl I Oils, Putty Manufdnn
SAucy English. Jane S. Johnson, the S W J, W4ofSE1-W i ofNE4audNE i ly from Green's Cut Station, on the Augusta and which Lime is used. We challenge comparison. Ap Lt to She Hon.Judge Probate of said and Glass Ware, Tobte,
Louifca Lastinger,and her husband, of N E 4 of Sec 18 ; the W | of N W i W i of S E Savannah Railroad. ply t JCtflN M. RAYSOR, Jeffeyson eo. : J/sctarjjed. county I Fine Soaps,Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Braadie

William Laslisger.; 4andNEofSE4ofSecl9theNW; J, WofNE1tbeSE3EofSW1andNW1 i ALSOA 12 miles S. E. of Mont/cIlo. to'l JESSE A AVERITT, Executor. I and Hair Brushes, for Medicinal,pnrp *M -

TT appearing to the satisfaction cf the Court by of S well improved Plantation on Lake Jackson, in Oct. S, 1857. 40t I Sept. 12,1857. 37-Cm Paint Brushes, Fancy Articles, ,
JL affidavit, made and filed in the cause, that W 4 of Sec 20; all Stetious 23, 26. 21; the W } Middle Florida, about four miles from Tallahassee, ___u_ __ __-__ ________ __ ___ Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Segirs.
seph English and Louisa Lastinger,and her JO-\\ of N W 4E J of S }. i, S W J of S E i, and S E J containing 1700 acres', more or less, hammock landa Notice.S Notice.ALL They have recently received a Xmrgt and fruimpplyoS

William Laelinger, defendant in the Bill fil:d in of S W J of Sec 24 the N E i, N 1 of S E 4, and considerable portion of which is now UDder good Months after date, the undersigned administrator I every variety of articles usually kept ly-

: above stated cause, reside beyond the jurisdiction of j \vofS:: W 4 of Sec ?5; the N E J and S E } ofeec eultivat ion. of the Estate of John Ingram deceased, persons having claims againet the estate of druggists. Planters and Physicians will always f*4
the S W and the S W of N W
this Court, and beyond tho limits of the State of 29; }, 4 4 of sec -ALSO- late of Oadsden county, will present his account A. Shuler, deceased, late of Leon county,arenotified at this establishment a fall supply everjtkinr ..
: Florida, but within the United States. It is therefore 30; the S i of sec 31 ;theN W 4SWN E,i aud W 250 acres more or less, ('fPine Landadjoining the to the Judge of Probate of said county, tina ask to to present them to the administrator, prop ded and on the most liberal terms
i If S E of :S2: all of 33 and 35 the N W
N
ordered That said defendants, Joseph English, ( i sec ; ; i, Richmond Bath tract, iu Richmond cosnty, with improvements. be discharged. LEWIS D. JONES, Admt'r. erly authenticated, within the time prescribed by Orders from the Country promplj0filled aodistiifa
Louisa Lastinger,and her husband, William Lastin- E1nndSE i of sec 34 ; the S WitlieE4 of S In right of his Wife. law, or they will be barred; and those indebted are tion guaranteed, with regard bth prices and qvali

.1: ger appear to and answer, plead or demur to said of E4SWkoISEINEkofNWk of t:36. aud N W 4 I -'LSO- Nov. ', 1857. 456inNotice.- requested to make payment immediately. t;. PhysHsian's!prescription felly compoundwl.

r II Bill on or before tbe first Monday in March next, NEt sec A Lot at RidHTictid Bath with a comfortable and "J. B.JEFFCOAT, Admt'r. Als Eppinp'g compound Extrct ef Bach

..; ((1658,) otherwise tbe complainant's Bill shall be taken In Township, Mtnthf Range I, East I neat single story Dwelling and convenient out houses, Oct. 24, 1857. 43-8vr .Jan S, 18516sInsolvent
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-- as confessed against them. Provided!, That a All brt the S W i of S W 4 of sec 1 ; nil of copy of this order be published in a Newspaper prin- tlieNWISE4nudEofSW1ofsee3 ; NW4SWiNE4andVofSEkofsec4tIie If not previously disposed of, the Burke Plantationwill BY AN ACT of the last Legislature, it is made I Insolvent Estate Notice Estate Notice,
ted in Tallahassee. Fl rida, once a week for four l E be sold at Waynesboro', and the Florida Plantation the duty Justices of the Peace to see tb'the STATE OF JI&

Months, preceding the said Rule Day in March, A. i of N W 4, E $ of S W 4, W J of AT E J and N J at Tallahassee, at public outcry, on the first Patrol Law is rijndly enforced ia their Al STATE OF FLORIDA. t JEFFERSONWM.H.ANDRE.W3V.( IA. ,
'D.: 1858. Ordered at Chamber this Slat day of October ofSE4ofsec5; ; W.j.ofSEaudS f.1QfSE J Monday in December next. Terms liberal. For persons who are desirous to b appointed as Captainof JEFFERSON COUNTY, f sheriff and atl1tlat9 t

1857. WAYLES BAKER, of sec 8 ; E: J of sec I 10; all of sec 11, 13, 14 nnll, I 15 ; further information, apply to JOHN R. WHITE- Patrol w11 please apply t the undersigned for a JOHN D. REICHERT, administrator of the estate of David Wodlf!lat of'
Judge of Middle Circuit. all but N W } of y \VIofsecl2 ; the NEt, SE HEAD, personally, at Balh, or by letter,, addressed comllSIt Burgdorff late of Jefferson county, Jefferson:ofcio t. ette filed in the Probats1:
: Nor. 7,1857. 45-4 m J, and W | of N W 4 of sec ]6; the N i of N E 4 to him at Berzelia, Columbia county. L r L. 8'J, EDWARD G.C.TOWNSENDJn8t8-ofl'ace WEST ) deceased has filed in the Probate office of Jefferson office Jefferson county dect comty. b suggestion" that

nud N i; of N W t of sec 21; the W $ of N Ur 4. W THOMAS! M. BERRIEX, ) [ county a written suggestion that he believes the estate be belevetthe estate of David Woolfe to insolnerit:

Notice.SIX 3ofSW J, NEofNW4EofNE i, and N JOHN R. WHITEHEAD, I Nov. 21, 1857. 47 of Charles Burgdorff, t h insolvent. Tnsreupws, is to all hiring
E t. Thereup neie given persona
: E 4 of S E 4 of see 22; all of sec :23! ; the N W }, CHARLES W. WEST, x rs. on notice is hereby given t persons claims against : estate to and file the same
Months after date, I shall as executrix of the S W 4, W J of N :E i and W i of S E'J of ace 24; THOMAS W. NEALY, 3 Notice.ALL againt said estate! to appear and file the same with with toe Judge of Probate of appear said on or before -,
: Benjamin Johnson, late of Jefferson The S W i. S E i, nnd W i of N E i of 27; the W August 22,1857. 34-tds the Judge of Probate, of said county o or before the J day of December next county, when there will1;
Florida, deceased render final accounts, persons having demands against the Estate the third of t
.- equnty my i OfNE4andSEOfN'W1Of5eC2a.I ---------------- ---- day May next, when there trill bs a be a p-o.rata distribution of the funds t.
and to the Honorable Thomas J.Chace Ann Bailey, late of Jefferson county deceased pro belonging
apply Judgeof In Township 2, South, Range 1 n csl. Plantation & rata distribution of the fnnds belonging to said estate lAid estate, amongst the creditors thereof: at which
Probate of the Court of Probate .f said Negroes e. arc notjfi-d to present them t the ridersgn.dadministrator the thereof
county amongst creditor ; at which time the said time the said William IL Andrews will for hie
for a discharge from further administration of the said All of sC'cs'7, 8, 9,10.11 ; S 1 of we 12 ; all ofsecsI3and14theNW1SW4adW4ofSE FOR SALE IN FLORIDA. wrfhm the time prescribed by law or Joha D. Reicbert will apply for bis final discharge final discharge from the of apply said estate.,
barred and all indebted
.state. SARAH A. JOHNSON. they wi b ; are requested from foe administration of said estate. amini.ttion

Montiecllo, Nov. 7, 1857. 45-6rn 4ofsecl5alIotsecl6SE; ; J, NEIandNW4 TIE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale his well known to payment immediately.JAMES THOMAS CH&SK; Judge of Probate.Oct. TO CHACE
of see 17 ; all of sec 18 aud 10 ; the W i of S Wand 4 ,," Casa de Lago," lying on the south CARTER, Admt'r. 31, 1857. 44- m Marti 7 Jade Pbh
Notice E J of S E 4 of sec 20 ; the W \ of S W i of sec side of Lake Jaiftson, six miles from Tallahassee, Nov.21,1867. 47-8 ,, 6. 10

:. 21theSWISE4tIOdNE i ofsec22theN; containing 12)0 acres! more or less, 760 of which are -- Notice.S.
Months after date, we the undersigned ad- W 4 and N E i of sec 23 ; the N W jaudN4 of S in a fine\ tate of cultivation. ((400 recently cleared)- NoticeIS Cicua Saws.

SIX, of the J Estate of John Smith, de- W l of scc 2-1 ; WiofS W J and W | of N W J of the balance excellent wood land, well timbered and : IX Months after date, I shall present my final accounts WELCH and HOE A 00?
:- eas4d, late cf Gad den county, will present our final see 25; the N W 4. N E J and S :E4 of sec 26 ; theSE weH watered. hereby given, that the subscriber, Widow of and vouchers, to the Hon. Judge of Pro Saws, from 42 to 64 inches size, eoe-
accounts mid vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate, 1 and S W i ofsec28 ; the N W 4, S W+nnd The improvements arc a comfortable and well built Stephen Lightsey, late of Jefferson county, deceased bate of Jefferson county, administrator with the stantly for sale at a conmission. o mannfaetorer't
; of said county and ask to be dischareed. EofN E 4 of sec 29 ; the N W *, S W4 nndN E dwelling, with verandahs in the front and rear, and will, weeks after date hereof, apply to the Will annexed of tbe Estate a of Mary Saltonstall. late price, by D.LADD.

- THOMAS R. SMITH, )t 4 of sec! 30; all of see 31; the S E j, and W1 of N contains ten large upright rooms, well finished, and a Hon.Judge Probate, of sid county, by petitionf of said couuty deceased, and ask for a discharge from Newport, December 20, 1856. 61
JOHN H.SMITH f Admt rs.. E4ofeec$3 ; the S WJ.NtofSE'J, E i ofN hall twelve feet wide. besides] pantries cost dres r dower iu the Estate ot her deceased husband, according said administration.

Quincy Nov. 21,1857.476m WWjofNE } andSE1ofNE4of sec 34 ; sing-rooms, ttc.; the kitchen and laundry t law. JOSHUA TAYLOR, Adint'r ic.N Burning Fluid
theEofNE4theEiOfSE1audtheN W iof to tbe dwelling by n covered way; a large substantial JANE LIGHTSEY, Widow and .T. '7, 1857. 45-6m *
Notice. N E i of sec 85. gin-house, I grist mill and cotton screw, Admt' of Stephen Lightaey, deceased. U F A. SUPERIOR QUALITY,just received A.
(new) are under one cover; I ten.horse engine (portable Nov. 28, 1857. 48-6w for sale by AMES A LI TILT.
. ON the first Monday in January, will be sold be- In Township 3, South, Range 1, West.TbeNWISWInndW4oNE4ofstc. ) drives the gin and grist mill\ ; a sugar mill, Sea Island Cotton Gins January 31, 1857.. 6

, the Court-bonse door in Quincy, tbe follow 3; overseer's house,negro-cabins, cribs, stables,carriage- FEW of BA LL'S IMPROVED PATENT .
' ing negroes, viz: Charles a man about fifty years old the E i of N E1EjofSE1WofN'W J andW4ofSWIofsec4thoNWInndNE4of house, smithy and workshop, all of the bee structure Hotice.ALL A: SEA ISLAN1) COTTON GINS,"for sale by Insolvent Estate Notice.State .

. and China, L.. wifeaboot. forty years old, belongingthe ; and in excellent wbole constituting OtC persons having demands against toe Estate the stkscribers-dehiverable at Tallabase or New. .
the Estate of John Smith, late of Gadsden county sec 6; all of see 9 ; the N E 4 and the W i of N W of the most desirable and best improved pl&e in Lorenzo F. Lewis, late of Gadsden county, port. Price fl25.Tfcese of )

deceased. Said negroes to be sold for a division. 4 of sec 10; the N W i and N E 4, nnd the N i of this section. The place is well supplied with well decemed, arc hereby notified to present the same to GINS have given satisfaction all Jefferson
THOMAS R. SMITH, ) Adml, S W i and N I of S E i of see 11 ; Fraction of section and spring water of excellent quality, be&ide a large undersigned, within the time prescribed by lawor Wio have heretofore had them.great t W hi.FJOnnl. administraten of tie .sfcfe'of '
JOHN H.SMITH, f ra.Noy. 13 ; Fractional ooa16 and 16. cetera near the' The hike, c which a beau they will be barred ; and all indebted are McNAUGHT ORMOND. ,late JeSenon county'

21, 1857. .47-tds In and tiful view is eugle. the dwelling affords abundance ted to make payment immediately.JAMES rel'c. Newport, August 8, 1857. d 32 deceased e Probate office of J d'en.'
' Hartfidd Ilopkim'Surt.'eys.Lou offish at all times, and wild fowls in the win M.SMITH, Sh'f and county a Inatu that h believe the estate

Notice.ALL 1,14, W 1 of see 15; all of 26, 29, 43, 45, ter months-besides an excellent pasture for a large :Ex if. Notice. Joseph W.Cllyt to be ilnnt
stock for the raising of which this is Quincy, ? 2e 1867. 488w'VAs persona hating
60. 63, 70, 79. 83, 84, 92, 93. place peculiarly ov. 'rp &
; person*having demands against the estate of TERMS-one-third of the purchase money to be adapted.The THIRTY days after the first publication of ti l estate to appear and file the same

:: Snrle, late of Jefferson county, deceased paid at the time of sale,the remainder in equal instal above, from its convenience to town, railroad, notice" fn- the undenwn@ll -IfraAntn-**--_., v rt. *.UQ K. .- with the JAidge rte of said eonaty on o be
: will lak> notice that they must present themto meats ;in one and two years with interest from date schools, go society to.; and from the excellence of Sooths after Will ad of Thomas Henry Aventt, deceased for. the 6th day of next vhe there will be a1;
date
the undersigned duly authenticated. within the lime of purchase. the lada ad locality, is a valuable investment. SIX I shall as executor ot toe will apply to tbe Honoi able J. Way ies Ba- pro rata distribution of the belonging to said
prescribed by law, or Utis notice will be plead in bar JOHN BEARD, Receiver Ac, Persons wishing to purchase would do well to look of Charles T. J. Singelton, late of Jefferson ker, Judge of the Circuit Court of the Middle Cirenit e.tt amongst the creditors thereof; at which tine'

of their recovery; end all persons indebted to said of the Apalachicola Land Company. at the premises, which will b shown by Mr. D. county, Florida, deceased, render my final accounts of Florida, at his office in Tallahassee, Co aufliority Wm.'J.Clayton, will apply for hk final dii-

state are hereby notified to make immediate pay. Tallahassee, Oct. 9, 1857. 40 Mason, in my absence. E said and apply for to the Hon. Jude of Probate, of to eel the following real estate e said/ testator, as charge from the administration ot said estate.'
meat thereof to the undersigned. county, a discharge administration the property of John P.Aventt J. Jndje of Probate.
minor
*.* The Florida Sentinel and Wakrfla Times,will -ALSO- of enid estate. (I ,) to-wit: THOMS CACE
REBECCA SURLE3 Admt'x The N E J of Section 24, Township 1.N of Range 2, Sept lsm
: :gor. 21. 18 7. 47-8w please copy the Fo/ sale, about 60 NEGROESprme and acclimated CHARLES T.J. SINO ELTON, East; tho E i the S E J of Section 24, Township 1, --

7 above.Notice. ; also, the em ad foder the.growing NOT. *.<* Qualie Ext'r. Range 2, North and East; the W i of-the N W,4 of Corn and Cob Crtaer:.
the horses, mules, cattle, sheep and hogs the 2 Section 19, 1 ,
Notice.THE crop ; .86m Township Range 3, North E Cora and O:0ribe' r
an patent ;
I ousebold and kitchen furniture, the andcarts GRANGER'S
uadenlgoed six month after late, wi HI pre- SIX months after date the undersigned will pre blacksmith and corentt'. tl., Wagons and all theimplement Plantation & ing containing ia the County ac at Leon more and or loss State, nil of an b the'Agency fbrtte 'of th******
their accounts aod Touchers to the Honorable orda perior Cob unequaled U ia/atttfrvar/
& to Hon.Jodgt of Probate of Lean County, of tie G'od JESSE VER 'r. Or
their final ftccoonte of tbe estate of Alfred M. Oath, Judge of Probate for the county cf Gadaden and great bargain will be given to an platton purchaser Nor. 14,1857. 46 :- .E the O'otry. of theae CroI3t4 will be 0

deceased'and uk for a discharge from the admiolttraUaa'ohdd.utt. ask for final settlement and dfeefcarge from the ad. for the whole property, any of which may be BLANKET Kerseys, Linaeys, Flannels- On- early 1, t owning Fall. P. *>*. O*?

ministratkw of the estate of Cornslitta Engfob, late of treated (or at private Bale until the first Monday i in *, Sb'r RuasetU and Plan Cod Liver Oil. aidering ll.q in feed. I W W e
p4 ooant ,deeeawd eeording to law. k 3anuaybezt,when, if not All except' the uod- i tti Improvement*, of fo tbee aixesv Trice* ooiforo liiocgboat tk* 0.rOfth
a le. St GROE
Jd .- *_ -- __ nER. PUR i tha aM clb Brd"- 3:1 ca. k '