The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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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BY JONES & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., AUGUST 21, 1858. ." -. 'TOL.: :X.UMJ: 34. ,.

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:BY AUTHO fffi-: I -
tObeadmittedintothetjmon at that time ; hundred and fifty fonr, ten thousand five hun goods, household furniture and ;
cooking n-
TAWS OF TIlE UNITED STATES. |I and, if so, shaH! proceed to form a Constitution i iI I dred dollars. tensile, agricultural implements and cattle, Professional (arbs. IJroftssimtal nub s1ueu f Qarbg.
i nedessary steps for the establishment I For the of -
I pay to superintendent at carpenters' and other tools and building materials -,
1.-In of a State government: in con- i, St Louis, Missouri, per act of twenty seventh and for moral and educational RECENTOF ,
\X\ Acl purpose HIDES(
i 'I'i ? for thc admission of the : fortuity with the NASH & CO. .
r Stat- of Kansas Into the Union. 'I! ject to such limitations Federal and Constitution, sub i i June, eighteen hundred end forty six.. .. per fonrth article treaty thirtieth Sep. I -AND- .

S ,\'here**, the people of the Territory of the mode and manner of its restrictions as to one thousand two hundred dollarr. I tember, eighteen hunched! and fifty four, I PEALEns LtDRLGS ... 1 IMPORTANTDIScoVEBy.
approval or ratification For the
; j1 j1S I pay of clerk to Fiiperintendent in nineteen thousand dollars.
;: 'xansas diJ, by a convention of delegates! I PALtTS .
asmbled by tne people of the, -aao--------
I proposed State California act ofthird March For fourth f five instalments in blankets
.. at per eighteen ; i> :::, a
t' November Lccompfon on the seventh day' I I as they may have prescribed by law and shall j hundred and fifty two, two tlIOOSlUJ'c cloths, nets, guns, ammunition, end such other I MEDICINES M OILS i; DR.AJIW1 8
of one thousand eight hundred j be entitled to admission into this has iato La
t the UI iQn as a I Ii I hundred lollars.l articles of necessity as they city introduced practice the
and fifty-sercn, for that purpose:', form for 1! State under such constitution i I rnay require I inform their ricmla and tie' If recent and important discovery.the applictfon *-
thug fairly and I the flTOULD public,
of' tho Bois Foile band
f themselves constitution i ?! pay interpreters, per nets of to per twelfth article ) of the ,.
a and State j matte wi'h Lave Land assortment oft
govern.uent legally or without thirtieth I I they on a good uc
slavery, as June I thirtieth
hundred and hundred
i : thiity treaty September, eighteen I ELECTRO
: which constitution ii republican ; and said coiistitutien I I articles as are generally kept in their lille of business MAGNETIC MACITINI
whereas, at th.. same time and place' said I Sic 2. .\llt1IJ may it prescribe. four, twenty seventh February, eighteen hun and fifty four, two thousand d ll.trs. ; vet will be receiving regularly fresh euypH'8Theii i I, by which means a f'Urrtnt ofeleetrieityl. paaaed
did further enacted, That died and fifty ,one, and eighteenth August, For fourth of twenty instalments for sit erms shall be reasonable.Tullalisssoe through the tooth at the time of *itnetinyprodn-
said ordinance assetts, t that an Kansas ordinance when, which ad. ; for that the the. purpose of insuring, as far as possible, i eighteen hundred and fifty six, thirty one i iI smiths! and assistants:: per second and fifth I I I April 9tli- 1833-- ___11.___h__ ring; a local Anesthesia and so avoids tbe use of
elections( authorized by this act thousand, nine hundred dol'-ira. articles thirtieth I } CHLOROFORM OR ETHER.
treaty Sepleu.Ler, eighteen .
muted State will hare i I Dr. >Miles> H. Nash J 4
a? a undoubted
fair and the !;
an Governor, United States For i lid has in
presents to Indians, five thousand dol. hundred and fifty four, five thousand and forty I : 'Irrliedlt a number of cas e with entire
right to tax the lands within hr limits District; Attorney, and Secretary of the Territory lars. dollars. OF7EB8 HIS rtortssiONALssnvicts: TUB rmiras or | IUCCl'!'!. that they experience little or woj
ing to the United States: and of Kansas and the f TALLAU.'SUE: AsDscaaolselaeeouaxar.> PAW in the extraction. 1 1
Ldong'l presiding officers I or prousions for Indians, eleven thou I For fosrth of twenty instalments for the j
linqoleh raid asserted right if cettain of ths two bianches of its j It with Dr. 'asb.imiuediatelr: eastof the July 10 1853. 28-3111.., 4 ,
Legislature name sand eight hundred dollars. 11'port.of six smiths' shop, per second and I OFFICE* ,,, \-
tions set forth in said ordinance be accepted II, the President of the Council" and Speakeror I 'fifth I : i- :
I For articles
buildings at agencies, and repairs treaty thirtieth September: eigh- I May 10 1855. SOor
and agreed to by the Congress of the United the House of Representatives, are hereby thereof ten ItlOtmr.J UvUt! ,a. J I f f teen L....uri-d ,..,) #>),. f..... ?.... j,"BMflf4 I ____._._. .-_' -..... : R A PTcPir'v'i .
States; and whereas, the sail: constitutionand II constituted a board of commissioners to curry For insurance, transportation, and necessary -,1 I three hundred and twenty doh.irs. I : & cr. Jd. &405bVAUV, ;

ordinance have been presented t > Con- into effect the provisions of this act, and to expenses delivery annuities, goods, For second of twenty illstah: ent5 for the >k&s: MH rsoFEsaioNAt seavicts: : TO THK IBBIIC. VERMIFUGE,

presby order of said convention, and admission use all the means necessary and proper to and provisions to the Indian tribes in AJin- seventh smith and assistant, and support of I OFFICE in HASH'S. NEW L'UILDIKG near the I ". A lira ill ma amor *'oant

of said Tenitory into the Union thereonas i that end And three of them shall constitute esota Michegan, and Wisconsin, thirty thousand I shop, per second and fifth articles treaty _}Iay2'I_ !S8. 21_ __. _., ._ __ I t wcItM-:: : -
a State requested" ; and whereas said or- aboard: ; and the board shall have power dollars. )I thirtieth September" eighteen hundred atd I I CIIILDaIY th-kvtm r iecL nse.

dinance is not acceptable to Congress, and i and authority to designate= and establish precincts : For contingencies of tho Indian" department fifty fou", one thousand andeixty dollars. I MEDICAL NOTI ( E. I TAPE WORMS.f .

it is desil able to ascertain whether the peopleof I for voting, or to adopt those already ; thirty six thousand five hundred dol For support of a smith, assistant, and shop f mAIL PSICZ, M CTS.

t: Kansas concur in the changes in laid or.I' established ; to cause polls to be opened at I, lars. for the Bold Forte band, during the pleasure i Dr$. Robertson Bond i I I..AnDIOLa IT 7nI ei4prepred14r,,

dinance, hereafter stated}, and desirb admission i such places as it may deem proper in the For the employment of temporary clerks, of the President, per twelfth article treaty i FT AVISO: firmed co partnership in the prncticLI I I B. A. rAQ5ZnOCK.. Co.,I Pttutmrt*. *L.*
into the Uuion as a State as herein pro respective counties and election precincts of by superintendent of Indian afiairs= on such thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and I : of their profession offer their services to the cit I B. A. PAllNz5TOCUrUL* A fPUlttUlpitU.Co.,Nwlor !Qty**

I' posed : Therefore, said Territory ; to appoint as judges of election occasions and for such parioJc #::'f time as the fifty four, one thousand and sixty dollars. I, iien of Tallahajsee and surrounding country.b* Bet I WHOLESALE DRU8BISTS'51 CLIFF ST
Be it enacted: by the Senate and House of at each of the !several places of voting, Secretary of the Interior may deem necessary I For support of two farmers for the Bois I ton::%it r Ili Office over the Store lately occupied I Bu7 of rapectaIla dealers oDJ,I
Representatives of the United States of Amer. three discreet and the service five thousand dol! Forte band, during the pleasure: of the President gs. : I .
respectable persons, to public :, Feb. 67 9-tf .
any I 28. ___ __ _ EriffllM On InKIiU Of UN H&m to tw fan 700 | l O*
t: ica in Congress assembled. That the Stateof I two of whom shall bo competent to act ; to lars. per twelfth article treaty thirtieth September OnJjr (1...... B. A. J'uudoa'l TuJImIUU'

Kansas be, and is hereby, admitted into roquire the sheriffs of the? several counties, by Blackfoot Nation.-For third of ten instal eighteen hundred and fifty four, one I BAUNAllD" Jr. ,

t the Union on an equal footing; with the orig. themselv or deputies, to attend the judgesat ments as annuity, to be expended in the purchase thousand two hundred dollars. I WILL COXTISVE THK AMES & LIVELY

!."' inal States, in all respects whatever, but up each of the places of voting for the purpose of such goods, provisions, and othe- Chippewas of the issippi.-Fulfilling DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS Sol Agents for Tallabawec..

on 'this fundamental condition: precedent c'l( prererving peace and good order ; or useful articles as the President, at his discretion the treaty of twenty second February, eighteen I BIOS POT April 10, 1858._ 15-lj "- r
t AT rrt can BTA.XD --- --- -
: namely : that the question of admission with the said board may, instead of said sheriffs may from time to time determine, per hundred and fifty fife. 1tIEDICALNOTICE.

; the following proposition, in lieu of the ordi. and their deputes, appoint at their discretion ninth article of the treaty seventeenth. October For one third of seventeenth of twentyfive 0 "

nance framed at "COlllptoll| be submitted to and in Ouch instances as they may choose, ( eighteen hundred and fifty.five, twenty instalments in money, per fourth article I TOE 1B' MORTAlS Dr. Wm. F. Shine .

!: a vote of the people of Kansas, and assented! other fit persons for the same purpose. The thousond dollars. treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred and HIS r.O ES3IOWAL SU.YICCS TO Tin FC3IJO.

,_ to by them, or a majoiity of the \"oters'oting election hereby' authorized shall continue ono For third of ten instalments as annuity, to forty two, and eighth article! treaty thirtieth Cornerof Clinton and Monroe sttttt",Tal1l1Lauee.I f lFFlCE adjoining that of Drs.Gamble & Bettoo.

;: at an election to bo held 'for that purpo-e, day only, and shall not be continued later be dxpended in establishing and instructingthem September eighteen hundred and fifty four, I .2 Jauuaryl9,185t1._ 3, \J Iay8. 1858. 19ljorcm ,
f namely : that the following propositions be, I than sundown on that day. The said board in agricultural and mecoanical pursuits, four thousand one hundred and sixty six dollars !- I lUEDICAL NOTICE.A. _

;; and the same are heiebr, offered to the peo, shall appoint tho day for holding of said election and in educating their children, and promo and sixty seven cents. MEDICAL NOTICE. '

jilft. of Kansas for acceptance or reject!* n, I and the said Governor shall announce ting civilization and Christianity, at the discretion For one third of seventeenth of twentyfive A. PEELER. .J. C. JUTES. Dr. A.pOSTJXUES oiLM: '
: which, if accepted, shall bo obligatory on !!I the same by proclamation ; and the day shall of tho President, per tenth article of instalments for the pay of two carpenters I & "eJI -'

the Uuited States: and upon the sid Stats of be as early a one as is consistent with due the treaty of seventeenth October, eighteen per fourth article treaty fourth October, Drs. Peeler Bates, I v> the citizens of to Centreville offer bit Professional and Service Beiebborhood. to-.

Kansas, to-wit : First That sections number notice thereof to the peoplo of said Territory hundred and fifty five, filteeu thousand dol. eighteen hundred and forty two, and eighth I 11.\YI'O associated themselves in the practice j, !. Residence changed to CeatreTille adjoining Office
sixteen and thiity sit in every township of subject to the provisions of this act. The lars, article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen I of Medicine and Surgery, respectfully offer at his nidnce.Dcc. .

public lands in said: State: or where either of said l bard! shall have full power to prescribe For expenses of transportation and deliver hundred ,and fift]lour, four hundred dollars. I their services well to the chrome Public diseases, in tho of all treatment characters.of all 26, 1857. 62-4f ''"
acute as aa --
said sections or any pait thereof has been I tho tim, manner, and places cf said election ry of annuities in goods and provisions, seventeen For one third of seventeenth of twenty Office, Waukeenab, Jefferson co., Flo. GWYNN& HILTON: ,
bold or otherwise disposed! of other lands I I and to direct the time [within] which returns thousand dollars.Calapooi.ig five instalments in gooJs, per fourth article I Jan. 9. iSIS_?- fl _
equivalent thereto md as contiguous as maybe shall bo made to the said board whoso dutyit MoIalU and Clackamas Indians treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred and A"t1orn.cys; : iX"fc; X.aEW'" ,

slnll he granted to said) :State for the use I shall bo to announce the result by procla- of Willamette Valley.-For fourth of forty two, and eighth article treaty thirtieth R. H. BERRY, TALtAHASSEE:, FLA.D. ..

of schools. Second. That seventy two sections tion, and tlio l said Governor shall certify the five instalments of annuity for beneficial objects Septamber, eighteen hundred and fifty four, Auctioneer and Commission --- niLTOW.n
W. OWYKS & B. B. .
of land thai! be si-t apart j nd reserved I same to the President of the United Slates, j per second article of treaty twenty three thousand five \hundred dolUrs. 1\1 E R C H A N T. ,
VIN3 associated them.elve iq the
: !:br the support <-f a State Tuiversitv, to be I, without drlay.SF second January, eighteen hundred and fifty For one third of seventeenth of twenty j AtLAHAsas:;. Fla..Sept. 23. 1855.;.):; S9 practice of Law, will give thefr together joint attention
selected by the Governor of said State, sub : ':. 3. And be it further enacted, That, five, ten thousand dollars.!! five instalments: for the support of schools, i --- to all business entrusted to tne ject to the approval of the! Commissioner of in the election heicby authoiued, all white For fourth of five instalments for pay of her fourth article treaty fourth October eighj j I S. S. KNIGHT, the Supremo Court, tbe U. S. DIatriet Court,..end tbe

the Geneial Land OlSce, and to be appropriated malo inhabitants of said Territory, over the i physician: teacher, blacksmith, and farmer, teen hundred and forty two, and eighth article AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT i Circuit Court at Tallalugjce! and also the Circuit' It

and applied in such manner as the LegIslature age of t ei'ty-ono years, who possess the per third articla treaty twenty second Jan : treaty thirtieth September eighteen hnn I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Courts Hamilton of Gads Counties Jen, Waknlla Office,at Jefferson the Court-house, Madison and in

( bf said Slate may preset'be for \ihopurpOMj qualification! ; which were required by the uary, eighteen hundred and fifty five, two tIred and fifty four, six hundred and sixty six September 1.18C5. 05_ I Tallaba eee. ;., '
\ atdr'?faid: JUt fur no ottit-r purpose.Thud. liwsof aid Tfiritory for a legal voter, at thousand two hundred and sixty dollars.Chasts J&'l\rs and sixty seven cents. -- -- -- !. March C, 18S3. _._ .10-Ir'. ::: :: -
: That ten entiie sections! of land, to the !ast general election for iho members of I Scoton\ and Umpqua Indians.; For one third of seventeenth: oflweuty five T. W. BREVARD, Jr., .

be selected liy the Governor; of said State, in the Territoi'nl Legislature: and none others, For fourth of fifteen instalments of annuity, I([ instalments for the: purchase of provisions .4110; ; ; rn.oy: ELt; :x:...a'"00'", HOGUE & ATVTATTRP.

legal subdivisions, shall be granted to said shall be allowed to vote ; and thu shall be to be expended: .13 directed by the President, I i and tobacco: per fourth article treaty fourth t TALLAHASSEE, FIt.April ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS.A.

State for the purpose of completing the pub- the only qualifications required to entitle the per third article treaty eighteenth November, I October eighteen hundred and forty two, ?4, 1S5S. 17 .
__ _ .T I34tLW
lic buildings: or for the erection of otheis at voter to the right of suffrage in said election. eighteen hundred and fiify four, two thousand and eighth! article treaty tliirticnth September ,
the of under the direction eighteen hundred\ and fifty four, six hundred IIIGII A. CORLEY, TTATE formed a copartnership in the practice of
seat And shall
government: any person not so qualified voteor dollars. JLl_ Law, and will attend! to any prof.Mtoual buainens -
bl the Legislature thereof. Fourth. That all ; offer to vote, or if any person shall! vote For fourth of fifteen instalments for the and sixty six dollars and sixty seven Attorney at Law, entrusted to Ihiir care. t _

salt spiings within said State: not exceeding more than once at ?aid election,or shall makeor pay of a farmer, per fifth article treaty eighteenth cents. D. P. HOGUE.A. PERRY A?IAKER.M .
twelve in number, with six sections of land cause!! to be made :any false: fictitious, or NovemWr. eighteen! hundred and fifty For ono third of seventeenth of twenty five TALLAIIASaES, FLA. --11. 1858._ IS I

adjoining, or as contiguous as may he to en: -b fraudulent retarns, or shall alter! or cb'lllgeany four, six hundred dollars. instalments for the supbort oftwo smiths' J&OU&117.1Si'l. 8-ly EDWIN A.Tallahassee.. ,HARttx'iaey :.. -

shall be granted to said(' State for its ue, tho} returns of said election, such person shall For fourth of five instalments for supportof shops, including the pay of two smiths arid Yonge & McClellan ; a1; .LLW;

same to be selected! by tho Governor thereof upon conviction thereof before any court of two smiths! and smiths' shops. per fifth article assistants, and furnishing iron and steel per a't IzLw.,
Within i one year after the admission of said competent jurisdiction, be k'pt\t hard labor treaty eighteenth November, eighteen fourth article treaty fourth October, eighteen .A.1'torn.cys; : : '. Florida.
Slate ; and, when fS selected to be used or not Irss thin sit months and not more than hindred and fifty four, two thousand one hundred and forty two, and eighth article PRACTICE IN ALL THE COCRTS OF WUT TLOBIDA.Ofliee '\Y TILL practice io the Ciranit Courts'oCthe }lid,.
die District and ths
of such (terms, conditions and treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred at MABIAXXA.C. Supreme CoertotthieState
disposed on three
years. hundred and twenty dollar! and the District.-Court of the United State,at
regulations as the Legislature may: direct :- SEC. 1. And be it further enacted: That For fourth of ten instalments for pay of and fifty four, six hundred and six dollars C. YONGE...... .J. F. McCLELLAN. Tallahassee. GJf Office om. the Store of M.*.r*.
Provided, That no salt spring; or land the the members of the aforesaid board of con physician, medicines, and expense of care of and sixty seven cenlr. March 13. 18 8. ll-lf G.t J.MeginsiMi., t

right whereof is now vested in any individual mUsioners!' and all persons appointed by them the sick, per fifth article treaty eighteenth For one third seventeenth of twenty five Jan.80, 1858. 4T.

or individuals or which may hereafter he to carry into effect the provisions of this act, November, eghteen! hundred and fifty four, instalments for pay of two farmers, per Beni. F. Young, --liTj.

coufiruie or adjudged l to any individual or shall, before entering upon their duties, takean one thousand and sixty dollars. fourth article treaty-fourth October, eighteen uiirlrdllsiliJliiii) M? ))1! WJ; PEELER'SLAW ,-'-
individuals, shall f by this article be granted to oath to perform faithfully the duties of For fourth of fifteen instalments for pay of hunnrod and'forty twos and eighth article ANDSOLICITOR & COLLECTIONO.l'FlCE.,

said State.> Fifth That five per centum of their respective offices ; and, on failure there teachers and purchase of books and station treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundredand IN EQUITY, TALLAQASSE, OBIDA.
the net proteeds! cf sales of all public !lands of, they shall be liable and subject to the ery, petfifth article treaty eighteenth November fifty four, three hundred and thirty three in the Courts of the ,Eastern: Cir OFFICE UP STAlKS IX THC 8JLXK ICILDIsi I.trJj? >rtDIT!
TTTILL practice THE noon or THE: noaiouir A ormcil
within said State which shall be sold and JOWAJ.
lying same charges and penalties as are providedin eighteen hundred and fifty four, one thirty three centsFor Y Y cult ef Florida, and the Federal Ccarlfl.otrice .
Practice In
the Circuit
by Congress after the admission of said State like cases under the territorial laws. thousand fourth of twenty instalments of annuity WILL Court* Oadsdea .
hundred dollars. ,
two ( AT CAissriLtr! ALACUUA CODNTT.) Waknlla.Jefferson and Madison, and
into the Union, alter deducting the expenses SEC. 5. And be it further enacted, That For this amount to be expended when the in money.. per third article treaty twerty REFERENCES : attend promptly to the collection of note lad ,ac-

incident to the sa.'.ne, shall be paid to said the officers mentioned in the preceding sec united bands shall be required to remove to second February, eighteen hundred and fifty JJTT.! J. J. LccA4, 1' counts in any of said Counties.. .

State for the purpose of making public roads tion shall receive for their services the same the Table Rock reserve, or elsewhere, for five twenty thousand dollars. Cot. J. D. AIM, I Charlttton, S. C. Feb. 27. 1858. -tf .

and internal improvements, as the Legislatureshall : compensation as .is gIven for like Serf: ice under previsions to aid in their subsistence duringthe Chippewa, Pillager, and Lake Winnibi- 'U8U A THOITPSO, )
direct : Provided; The foregoing propositions '- the territorial laws. first year they shall reside thereon, as the goshish Bands.-For fourth of thirty i instal DR. JAUCS S. JOJIB. Talla/tanee Flu Isabella House

herein offered are on the condition Approved, May 4, 1859.Cuar. President may direct, per fourth article ments of annuity ia money per third article Jane 1\.57. 23WILLIAM ,

that said State of Kansas shall never interfere treaty eighteenth November, eighteen hun treaty twenty second February, eighteen SCOTT ALBANY ," GEORGIA.,

with'the primary disposal of tho lands of IT.-AI1 Aot to detach !Selma, in tIle State of I dred and fifty four, six thousand five hnndred hundred and fifty five, ten thousand six hundred 1 .
\TTY[ [ : ii IL A'if9
the United States, or with any regulations Alabama, from the Collection\ District of New : dollars and sixty six dollars and sixty six cents. .fA. THE abore IIOTEIJlci'Albaiy, the freeent term
Orleans", and make it a Port of Delivery within For fourth of of MONTICE'LLO, FLA!! of the ,//3eorgi and Florid. Railroad, U
which find for instalments annuityin
Congress may necessary securing of Lake thirty ,
the Collection District of Mobile. Chippowas Superior.: -Fulfilling now_open for the reception of UMTRAVELING
the title in said soil to bona fide pur.cbuers the treaty of thirtieth! September goods, per third article treaty twenty second _iy3oi353. 30 tljan
eighteen "
De it enacted by the Senate and House of PUBLIC.
thereof, and that tax shall bo imposed February, eighteen hundred and fifty I
no hundred and fifty four. The Furniture
HOLLAND Hon&aaed Tb
Representatives of the United States of America ate neir. .Proprie
on !lands to the United five, eight thousand dolars.! ,
belonging For two thirds of seventeenth of twenty 1. tor It determined to make it.a.
States, and that in no case shall non-resident in Congress assembled, That Se'ma, ::n! 1 five instalments in money, per fourth article For fourth of thirty Instalments for purposes Attorneys ,at Law. : FIRST CLASS HOTEL
the State of Alabama which constituteda '
proprietors be taxed higher than residents. was treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred and I of utility; per third article treaty twenty ""'TILLpractke: in the Circuit Courts of Middle : and liopca by strict attention to the vauU of Lie
Sixth. And that said Sidle shall never tax port of delivery within the collectiou district two and article thirtieth second February,, eighteen hundred and f V and West Florida,and in the Supreme Court I Guests,to merit patronage of the Public.L. : -. '
the lands or property of the United States in of New Orleans by the act of third forty eighth treaty fifty five, four thousand dollars. the State. Also in the District Court of the Uni I H. DURHAM. Proprietor:
that State. March, eighteen hundred and City-seven, September, eighteen hundred and fifty four, For fourth of instalments for ed States,in the Northern District of Florida. Albany Ca.:,.May $2, 1158. ll-ly '
At the said election the voting twenty purposes
hundred and be eight thousand three hundred and thirty three :_.t R.J. FLOYD, Office Apalacbfeola, FIlL
shall be by liallot, and by iudorsing on his chapter one two, detached dollars and thirty three cents. education, per third article treaty ,D.P. HOLLAND, Office, Quiaey. Fla.
from that district and be of delivery
ballot, as each voter may be pleased, Proposition within the collection, made district a port of Mobile. For two thirds of seventeenth of twenty twenty second February, eighteen hundred Dee.22,1855. 61 "_ : .' CiEOT2L' .

accepted" or "Proposition rejected." fire instalments for the pay of two carpenters and fifty five, three thousand dollars. WILLIAM! S.' DILWORTH, .wiLlI
Should a majority of the votes cast be for Approved, January?, 1859.Cuvr. pet fourth article treaty fourth October" For fourth cf five annal (instalments for I JOHN L. DEJ1ILI.Y'U'OULD
*. Proposition actepled/-the President ef the I eighteen hundred and forty two, and eighth the purchase of powder, shot, lead, twine, Attorney and 'Counsellor at re petfntly Inform'the peblf trat'-he

United States, as soon as tho fact is duly the. current XXIX.-and An contingent Act making Expenses Appropriations of the In-for article treaty thirtietH Sebtemher, eighteen and tobacco, per third article treaty twenty MOSTIOELLO, FLORIDA. J. baa J letkeCTTnOTILfk taft .:' Me ...a..

made known to him, shall Announce the same dian Department,and for fulfilling Treaty Stipulations hundred and fifty four, eight hundred dol second February, eighteen hundred and fifty TTTILL practice in the CourU of ihe Middle CirYY BroTn next.Hotel.Ills) and untiriog will exertiome etarf will capisrair.ogMay be naeq l.give

by proclamation ; and thereafter, and without I with various Indian.Tribes., for the year lars five, six hundred dollars. r cuit,and Tho:a-s and Low des CountyGa full tafofaetkm all who will patronue., .'h1 Ql.AprJJ : .
any further proceedings on the part of ending nine.June Uiirtseth, eighteen hundred and fifty For two thirds of seventeenth of twenty For fourth of five annual instalments 1 for -March 22.1856- 12...ly 14; 1868. 1'1 II "..:-:- (
the admission of the State of Kansas the hire o f six laborers, third articlo I I
Congress, five instalments! in goods, per fourth article per : LONG & GALfiRAITII, '
the Union Be it enacted: by the Senate and House of treaty second February eigdteen ,Nathaniel ,WailcniicOMMISSION'
into upon an equal footing treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred and twenty 7 ATTOKNCIB AT LAWTALLIIIASSPJE; FLA.
with the States in all what Representatives of the United ,States of A- hundred and fifty five, three thousand dollars. ,
original respects two and article thirtieth MERckAK'T
forty eighth treaty tf. b aasoei
merica in Congress assembled! That the following !- -1. Te ,
; For foutth of fhteen annual instalments ---
shall be complete and absolute ; and hundred an4 four 1- -
September, eighteen: fifty .LU. atedthemaehe.intbepracticeofLaw. They
said State shall be entitled to one member in sums be) and they ,ato hereby, appropriated seven thosand dollars. for support oi two smiths and'mith.*' shops, will attend the Cotfrta the Middle Circuit,tbe Supreme No. 38 ,EojdVas SL, New"Orl a&.

the House of Representatives in the Congress oat of any money in the treasury For two thirds} of seventeenth of twentyfive per third article treaty,twenty, ecoQd February .. Courts and the District Courts of the United Referr:to Gorl'James: Broome o' TaUataseee. '
of the United not othE.'rwisepprttpri tedJ fair the purpose eighteen hundred and fifty five, two States at Tallahassee.Officeeppositetbe .. ,
States until the next census instalments for the support of schools, George K Walker,Eeq.,
taken the of paring the current and contingent ex thousand one hundred and twenty dollars. CourtHouse.0etober
by Federal Government Out fourth article fonrth October Gee DsiJey-Je.raoe ,'
treaty ,
per 28.1884. IT
should a majority of the votes cast be for pense of the Indian department, and fulfilling eighteen hnndred and forty two, and eighth Chippewas of Saginaw, Swan Creek, and TJ.LIntIn.q .. .,

Proposition rejected," it shall be deemed: : treaty stipulations with' the various Indian article treaty thirtieth September, eighteenhundred Black River, .-For third of five equal annual Hanckel & owefiFACTORS J.Daakfl3fl G Putnam. L, Li1.:; flarnhlthnAuustaa )1scUiqt4., '!;" :

and held that the people of Kansas do not tribes. and fifty four, one thousand three instalments for educational, purposes, Under Steele. :ao .
desire admission into the Union with said For the current and contingent expenses hundred and thirty three dollars and thirty the direction of tho President! per second -AUD- :J.J. SaeUing. a 1.t. .
I of the Indian department, viz : article of the of second .
constitution under the conditions set forth in three cen's.For treaty August, ", 'a. .
Fot the pay of superintendents of Indian: hundred and fifty five ,four thousand General Commission Merchants Oct. 41 ,
suid proposition ; and in that event the people two thirds 0 f seventeenth of"twentyfive !14 : .'f .- :
of said Territory are hereby authorizedand affairs, and of the several Indian: agents, per instalments for the pay, of two farmers' doliass. CHARLESTON; S. a, -: :
empowered to form for themselves a con act of fifth June, eighteen hundred and fifty, per fourth article fourth October, eighteen For one,third of five equal annual instal .. r. IIAXCKEL. X> V, SOTtlL..ij : ,. G K.OR- : \

stitution and Stats government, by the nam i twenty eighth September, eighteen hundred hundred and forty two, and eighth article ments for agricultural implements and car .. :

of the State of Kansas, according to the I and fifty twenty seventh Febnmy, eighteen I treaty thirtieth September eighteen hundred penters' tools household furniture and building THEY,wBI eell rry and will description mak adraace of P-odwa'or;'allcuosigninenta. R
Federal Constitution, and may elect delegates I nundred and fitly one, third March, eighteen and fifty four, six hundred and sixty six dollars materials, cattle labor, and necessary WATCH.iAf t
hundred' and two, third March, eighteen useful articles second article .the .
for that purpose whenever, and not be- fifty : and sixty seven cents. per oft teat- Apiil 11.18S8. I5-ly
I' tore, it Is ascertaioetiby census' .duly and hundred and fifty three, thirty flrt July', eighteen For two ,thirds of seventeenth of ttventy i I y of second Angnstf fi ighten hundred and r tiAitakee -
hundred and fifty four, third March, j! five 'fire thousand dollars. AMBBOTYPESAND a t pwfljt1miit
fifty -
legally taken that the population of said Territory five instalments for tho. purchase. of provisions the old o. bItih1SfTIf
I eighteen huodred- and, fifty ,five, eighteenth I For third of ten annual instalments la Balf0 ,
equals or exceeds the ratio of Representation and tobacco, per fourth article treaty : *" t ,
I required for a member of the House August, eighteen hundred and fifty six, and r fourth October, eigLtcea hundred and forty I I in coin, 13 be distributed per capita, in the TAKKX BT BAILEV: Waicha,,Cloctt, axdJeittlry, .aIn

I of Representatives of tho Congress of the third March eighteen hundred and fifty seven ; 'two, and eighth article treaty thirtieth September 1 usual manner,of paying Annuities, per second Jloems- Barnard?Drug Store. a ttorkBiai(.maancr,aad at tim* moat -
thousand hundred and fifty aver
Uuited States! and! whenever thereafter'such eighty fix two : eighteen hundred and fifty four, one I. articlo of the,treaty of second August bit rates. Fences kaviog good Watckea that I L
I delegates! siwll assemble in convention, they dollars. thousand three hundred and thirty three dollars 1 eighteen hundred and fifty five, ten thousand THE Rooms have bee'ttomugbly refilled soil run trell front baring been EaJly repaired,., ,
I shall first determine by a vote whether it is For the pay of tho several Indian subagents and thirty three cents. I dollars. now in excellent condition for the purpose Upon hating ( e put right at his shop. ,

the wish of the pcoplo! of the proposed State II n-r acjof\ thiity first, Jnly, eighteen For fonrth of twenty inslalmeatj! la coin 1 [to BE CO-.TZM-ED.1 det'cned., Oct.3I.lSi7: : The Put4k Are invited 41 to call. ir .All l .work ige. warranted 31 If: ,Wfl used.Jan. -

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------D-w_ ,' I .....; -ury-.rge andTerLtt.r. from. J. ClaacT Jone'*--. n' r mendation' of ).19 CUM o rjproachto. 'cure. 'myoljectT CerlsHilrly rtrrngtncnSrg tL,

.um Cur -- 'Alter 'll d.lumnTlSr; tfie present( Issue -of the ; them or proof that the o e was worthily be influence of our n.rutnb11f A rrrch A r > *;itl J

.... ---' -Ullent'rl.abruJ.prrn. ] atjll : Had fYIe..J.alowt .statement, details.'of KoriJwn had been.closed, we were placed in p stowed. It only proves that they believed a the How can thi -. or c 1. Will i I e iue I y,ltw,

..-' ---- 1 -T- I discussion, I know that the amount would have session of an additional letter from the lI n. tie that he waa worthy. Subsequent disclosures, ins to le nuteltif party t Congress H4t k,
:- tantari : Clancy Jones, of remarks made however; show th'st they wete deceived. It is now has no strength a tit met tl .t le is nftuSatF
--T From tin Jt b0'ik.A Eftr. 13.ATTENTIQNjVOLVNTEERS TouT uplnat rain ,]
ALLAH A81EE pas ire that wn Lack as .. ,by t I think not I
; ". truly.S R MALLORY. by l.i appropriation for the Floridavolunteers known,as we informed, aa ; lliuonsitneney should ratkr .
:; -a.- ... I ---4Fernandifla I and juetifjIngtTidge from the 1846, William A. Kaia,.the then Democratic candidate I strengthen hi* hands by giving him I C tTwhclmi

:t _"ATCnDA.r_. _?.&CG _21,1.51._ JSiftfor Jh, Rt'J aDd European Commerce. TlDatjr unjust and illiberal charge <5f Ia..kin. in advancing for'Congress, after his return from the Eater. ng majority. Lt t the first Monday in 0(,to.-

.=,"- "Sia: I .tit nbnut'for publication a letter of the South. the Interests,of large number of his con- canvas;\asonly reetl'shie4by prudential considerations : her proclaim to -the Democracy through tie

DEMOCRATIC) NOMINATIONS.FOK h'cdlrom ,,103 Clancy Jone, Chairman uf A rumor i i. current in this section, (that on the stitutnU We have no' room for comment Indeed denouncing the Wtttwt., whose secret Union tba faetien lisa found no place in the I>m
J the Committee Waj and Means, in reference to completion of the rrnandin and Cedar Key Rail" I none arc The plain statements of opposition he had succeeded in detecting and tracing -- cratie party in Florida;that we are till ridr I.y J,

: O G":1I Ihc% action of Hon. O..S Hawkins upon the bill for road, commercial intercourse will be eltllislle bya I the letter ntCN1r.cannot fail to carry mith them a'n ,I and it ia certain thai Mr. Brockenbrongb die with the Old Dominion-the old lio\t.State_uie
ie1f ,
BONE G S. HAWKINS. the payment of our Volunteer monthly] line of steamers, I I appeal to the sense of justice of every with tho impression resting on his mind that a gallant Palmetto, and the empire State of the S>t:

I would state, that my communication to Mr. pltce and Liverpool. We do not know that thisis must excite a feeling of indignation toridintllat I similar influence from the same source had been Yes, one of the siatcr-hood,-of that gloriont conajrf:

.. ..... FOB ASSEMBLY : Jones was without the knowledge of Judge law well founded. It derive some pla'libit.ilow' generous heart at the harsh and utterly) inJefen- uO again&t him That the same secret oppositionhas l.ition, uliicli extends.from the Potomac to the Rio

: '3''R 'Galbra1U1 R. O. Williams kiD, and even, I believe, before he arrived in the ever, from the fact that its origin dates subsequent lit manner in jwhich Judge I.wkio. has been existed in every campaign since we mot I Grande. That we are still tire supporters f' uw

"r State from Washington. Respectfully, I to the purchase of A heavy interest in that impor- pursued in this matter. Mr. Jone' li-tter is in reply firmly Uliere. We know that Mr.! Maxwell had I I present democratic adminiftratiori! and teady to fo

I '.1. _. .Brevard, Jr., J. B. Christie. A DOGOETT. tnt entcrprize by certain capitalists of New York. ] to ole addressed to him by Senator Yulce, and reasons for suspecting it, and it is notorious, that. battle for the constitution aivlSoutVrn eqnafitvThat _
,- -_-_ The letter'.hich we give below] from The prime object Bought to I. obtained bytlus is as follows: In 1836. D. AVesteott's pmrillet advocating we utterly d"toL the 1Ly.l*, and r.r

-- -n.: ,A.IIUe ,2driapk. Mr. J. important Glaney Jones, addressed to Mr. contemplated arrangement i II the direct trnsrOt.tlon READING, P. Accvsr 10th, 1S58. cheap lands to actual .ettM to defeat mint repulli-ait of the present daywLcter! i iL. ft
c The information reached )here on A of the Sea bland cottons of florida to their and tl fact found in the black ef the
telegraphic : Gev. Perry, nothing This .
of this city,came too late for onr regular issue but Dar Kir-I am in receipt of your favor of the may republicans X"r t
:. Thursday hit ,f.at..rrcsident Bochanan had received lose lime to it to readers ; ultimate destination, and thus break up the monopoly by which I learn that certain rem.rk recommend him t the Sentinel, but a Hh Democrats the printed lirpMica of, the St, Johns. Lea maj ,
we no give our in the Auglt.
: ,:, .a despatch frota th. Queen of England by present so far A this State i concerned, enjoyed by me as Chairman of the Committee of Ways his whole record, taken together, proves him ,rity of thousands for Judge Hawkins Itt tl,,

the AUaatic Telegraph produced a lively .enationin Mr.for Jones the which Judge by the cotton brokers of Bavaanah and Charleston] and Means, pending a amendment to the Army of easy political virtue and unloy} of confi i i proclamation and more wi b done to secure the
I our midst. AD exchange congratulation were Hawkins enemies I have authority,] upon themselves in their who by secret arrangement, effect a sufficient Bill to pay the Florida oontef'r] are so construed dence. I there were no other evidence of chi I I appropriation than would be effected in fort y Tears

freely ani eorT "}" made and many word of com baseless aiwanlts. [ ante amount of concerted action to control, arbitrarily as to cast censure on Judge Hawkins, for implied cant'r against him rave that presented in the, l.y.U the .Dr.Westeotts! in the Union, '1.1 tW

plhnent epokti ..' those mho were mainly instrumental What they note my, when this authority the market value of this important staple. I such negligence in not attending to so m rtriou.a claim Johnson conspiracy and in his present position o r wind mill of the Rep4&es attached.
wU very
.p In it* 5UcceAlul compl tion. Twelve gunlwere i ; a far more authentic manner, conies out over an arrangement is actually contemplated, we say due to his constituents. I regret very much to antagonism to 1 candidate whom lie aided in bring. But Messrs. F.itr. in another number ".:

', p fired in honor of the event-three (or the his own. and that Mr. did God speed an early and satisfactory eonsummalioa learn this,because such *n application would do ing before the people would this not be enough to give other and I think stronger reasons wly Judge

three for tie President, two for CJrul W. signature says I..Unl Indeed, i is the solemn duty of the whole South t. Induce all wh- love shun him Hawkins should be re el
Queen his whole duty; that he exerted himself to the best rank injustice e to a gentleman who spared no effort men consistency t del JL'STICK:; :.
I Fields, two for Professor )Morse one for the Niagara of hi and encourage a policy of this In As is evident t* to this appropriation. remarks applied aa unworthy of trust t We say nothing of I>!-private v -
ability judgment, to secure early attention carry
who look few ahead the Souli
and one for the Agamemnon. to the claims of the Volunteers and to obtain anyone \U a years exclusively t the claim for the State Top.employed character-that with us i sacred. In all the BYFIRST

p We refer the reader to the telegraphic columns the passage of the.proper appropriation,? cannot b expected to equal the Northern and! in 1850. Ilpk aa the organ my com relations of social life he may be and we are assured TEGRH
Northwestern States in
? for interesting particular* of what has transpiredon I The language of Mr. Jones, upon which the ene. political pwer. Already inittee, and referre irregularity In the rollsas I. all that could be desired. We certainly)

I t both tides of the Atlantic.TJalvenltjr roics( Judge Hawkins relied, was made upon a in a minority and with a certain prospect of becoming returned to the War Department This irregularity know nothing to the contrary and even if we DISPATCH
____ still more it becomes our duty to snakeimmediate
misunderstanding of the nntnre of the] claims] then 1 it was miet in the power of Jndge Hawkins any reference thereto would be foreign t our nature
for of the accidents of the
provision BV
of'Leul.laDa.Th. before the House. And is even evident yet that any to correct-it could only b done at the seat of and unbecoming the column of a public jour
I the
of future.In .
S annual course of lectures in the Medical Department Mr. Jones ha* not got the matter clear in his mind; present estimating or the exigencies the relative dependence of the two Government in Florida. I see by a reference to my naL We speak of him only as a plticin. and it ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH.

of this wel1.kuo..n institution will commence and why? Because the proper papers and vouchers printed remarks, that in consequence of a misapprehension is in that capacity that we bold up guilty
sections it must not be ( that the South
: on the 15th November coming. We have have not been before him and the Committee forgotten they were a applied to the claim of the Flor of fickleness of conduct and dissimulation The -, -- -- --

I received the catalogue of studenta fur the past yearvertipenacnt of Ways and Means of the House, through the only eight to reallv have immeasurably the North) the for advntgt.nothing wW De i Volunteers...; this was not 1 intt'nded The &f.i7t appears t concede the fact that he ia now THE @EJEEN'S !MESSAGE

p. adJ1u. "'.v..tJ'4hU ';f.Wl..v'W"hlt"w! Congressional Committee pendent( a Jew upon articles of domestic manufacture failure of the State claim for State troops employedin a candidate against his ow. party because lie was

t ? in toay'.17ora. *. men in their dot take the My 10of producing from the bosom of our own soil a vast l855-'56, was not a final rejection by my commit not re-appointed t office. This concession yieldsthe I TO PRESIDENT BUCHANAN.TIIE .

investigations; they demand the preponderance] of our exports to foreign tee. It was more in the nature of a suspension until point of his reliability as a Democrat, and

I The Weather documents of proof as to the justice of any claim. and blessed] with a of labor superior cunt'itll.to the vouchers and rolls could be rendered more justifies the strictures passed upon hi. conduct I -PRESIDENTS-- KEPLY.
One word any --
Ha been showery for two weeks, but i-ince aud to you Y.luntt'en'our able end fail/.- yet known to the experience ur.man. the remarkable complete at another session. The claim for Volunteers is A much a t cay thAt the "cohesive power of ENTHUSIASTIC_.__, __IlB.VIONSTnATIO, >S.

Tuesday there ha been a succession of heavy rains, fdfrmd Representative, Judge Hawkins, & fact is still plainly conspicuous that not who served in 1857-58, was a claim 1 recent the public plunder" is all that can keep lam in I h
been censured In only T.rxra Buy, August 16, IftS*.
to the of the I unjustly matters concerning j'ou.He not to admit of iU ranks in other word that he has
; t. great injury cotton crop. The prospects has been politically and commercially but in many other a being regularly presented atthe I pith. Ifonoraltt PtriJrt vf United StallH

I.r- for a large yield] ha\e been flattering until I truth and vindit'ate by argment. by facts and respects, the South occupies a secondary and subsidiary opening of the session, and the best practicablemode draw the pay and all motive is rtD0TeJ Majesty desires to congratulate tit the President

receDtI!. If this weather continues, however, of by ; no\) .unc come out and clear condition. somewhat for success that could have been adopted was herence to party usage and oLJgaLion. I not this I successful Upontbe
may appear
him of all I Impertinent completion of this
blame work
which there arc evident: signs, there must be a considerable for a* regards the faiur of the ap in.a Florida editor to speak of such grave to introduce it as an amendment to the Army bill the sum and substance of our neighLr'ladmion? which the Queen has liken time g'llL. interest, in

tailing off in the immber of bales made.- and proprialion to and your t'im" He was there to matters, but we ray emphatically, tins ought not in the Senate, and of course Judge Hawkins could And i i b true can the SerUitul recommend to TIle Queen ia convinced that the de President

.. To the weather-wise, things have rather a galeish of the lt',in the i intimately acquainted with all to be so, if the Sovth intends to secure that commanding -. not take action upon this claim until it came up regularly the voter of Florida a man whom it in effect concedes Join with her in fervently hoping that the will

appearance tft the present writing. (Thursday,) and If fact rriS. Can :you ask more?- position in the confederacy to which her before the House, at the close of the session. is a candidate only because he has been doa cable which now connect Great Britain electric

S .or ad T Ice to all is, "Look out for squalls." 10. an angel from Heaven could not satisfy you. resources and capacities e abundantly entitle her. I failed m'us the appropriation bills were pressed polled of O the charms of public life 10 United, Stales will additional link.itl the
Arouse Volunteers! and with that prove a Utwrcn
S a spirit of gallantry I is time that pceple at the South should devote on the House of necessity late in the Session .. the nations whose
X>emo ntric Ticket In Cadden. and goiitrous bearing that distinguished you in less of their to the of the Kansas bill having crowded out everything else XVaJker not cone to Sonora friendship ia f"une upon their
energies pursuit Federal i
I politics The report that Gen. Walker, the filibu common interest and
all esteem.
The your campaigns, cast from with scorn andcontempt until late in the cr. la4 reciprocal
Democracy of Gadsden have commenced the and more to the important interests of State Session. We had no time and no The
the miserable gone to Sonora in Mexico on another foraying expedition Queen has much! pleasure in thus 'ooruoiDnl-
campaign with their accustomed earnestness, as subterfuges which unjustmen and sectional importance We talk money and all parties were anxious to confine the
have used to poison may a muchas is not true. A dispatch from New eating with the President, of renewing to him hr
i will be seen by their proceedings in another column. your mind against 3 our appropriations such items were Or
we about thoroughly
our the North t
please : compelling A
of the llth inst wishes for the
t lens says:-MGeD ral Walker I. of State
faillfllfrt Judge Hawking and evince, in October I prosjierity te lrnitt
The ticket and
presented for the House is indispensable
a most grant us our equal rights under the Constitution, undi..to necessary t carry on
next, that, while have tile now in Alabama, he left here only te. (No Signature,
to having day )
excellent one. It is composed of D. L. Kenan, Jatne you spirit resent but we could do so with far more confidence and the Gonrmtnt fore

,.I. Wilson of Gadsdcn and Archibald Campbell, of a wrong you also have the magnanimity to forget determination i our capacities for material advancement In my remarks, therefore, that if the claim, yesterday that for Montgomery. The story therefore The Prevldent'a Message in Reply to Queen
prejudice, when truth and he in Sonora, or en route there Vltl.rla.Tle .
Liberty-the two Couuti constituting one representative rt'che enlightens you: I were fully exercised and our s4as.. (meaning the claim for State troops in the 1855-6)) false." I i President

district. REDI G. Pa.. Ant. 7. 1857. tte o f osition tLsv ahm114us..,... had been laid before the committee of Ways aca cordially reciprocate the eoagratulatit -
aPDrecae a of her )
.. DEA Sic: I am perfectly familiar with the (act But; this cannot be done unless there is a radical Means ('earlier it would have been investigated! and ]hs u EDITORS-The Jacksonville. Republican the n international Majesty the Queen, on the success,.f

Judge Ilau'kln.sustatssedby Jo: nee. J. Clancy c nnt'ctl-. with[ the claim for the Florida Volunteers. change in our whole polcy. Instead of making I reported upn. were, mad in defence of the committee IllS learned that the effort of Judge Hawkins at the great science, skill and indomitable enterprise, accomplished of the two-by

the North our agent for both our export and import implied charge of not having fully Alligator .was humiliating even to his countries energy
Our readers.have doubtless observed the I .opponut"Ti. I i a triumph more glorious
4 great remember, Mr. Hawkins did u]in his powerto trade, we must carry it on gnrselv more to
attached the enemies of mankind than
importance ,by
Hawkins waa
Judge carry it, bU. with the Committee of Ways and of enriching the Northern factor, we must enrich Judge Hawkins, having been negligent, BE and that while the Republican and its candidate the ever won -\
on field of
to some remarks that fell from the lips of Mr. Means and in the House. conqueror battle.
It failed
in my Committee and sustain the Southern factor. Instead of IRJJ IT T A PEG REE worLD were particularly humiliated, the friends of Judge
Jones, the Chairman of the Committee of Ways andMeanl not from pay 01 E.JU8T&TAT May the Atlantic T under the blevin "*
any want of disposition to do them ing an annual tribute of millions to the Northerncities HAVE ALMOST CAST CENSURE UWX THE COMMITTEF, and Hawkins were greatly delighted. I think that is I of Heaven! legpl. !
to be
explanatory of the adverse action of that justice, but because the vouchers, list, tc.,.were we must rt'tin it among ourselves. we my reply was to remove Hint implication.: about the way the thing works wherever Judge and prove a > of perpetual pJ.
friendship, between the
Committee the for I kindred .
upon proposition an defective. A ;
appropiia- of the l.tion
majority Committee voted are not mistaken, and we do not believe we are, As far a my memory serves me, no doubt seemed Hawkins traveUMESSRS. 'VIER\ instrument
an destined
tion to the Florida Divine
pay volunteers. These remarks by Providence to,!ilftrse
against payment at thu lie, because the papers more than one-third of the whole revenue of the to be entertained by the Committee of Ways and -
were tortured by the opponents of Judge Hawkins as laid before the Government by the State of country derived from duties on imports is collected Means that both claims had merit and would EDITOES-The Rrpubliean threatens tint] I L reigon. civilization, liberty and law,throughout ,
into a complaint that our Representative had not Florida were not and thes if Doctor Westcott ia elected] and Judge Hawkins I tle In this.view, will not all! the nationa -
satisfactory, these in
the be
reasons city of New York alone. The agricultural speedily discharged by ; but for want
discharged hi* whole duty in his efforts to engineer stated Cnges does not walk a chalk line, "he (Dr W.) will to I of Christendom spontaneously unite iu
were with tho facts that go
together i was nota productions of the South (most of them that are ex of time and money, and some irregularities tw
the.measure through Washington and have that it shall: be forever
Congress. Garbled] private
extracts final neutral anti)
rejection, but a notice to be the at all which could intenitu'lh member ;
given to ) are carried New York first and not be remedied
from the proceeding of Congress as they were Governor of Florida t i Washington of Congress, to Jel! pns
and h.
complete perfect the thence transported other lands. In short it could not be dose in:the pending session. YourRt'preerttiY
we I
r>araded in the opposition prints, were well calculated papers by the next session of Congreesw The Committee not only the North t to did all that could not do such a thing as that I ha ve come claims myself sing to their places destination, even in the imJ t
pay export our surplus man have
to fasten upon the public mind this pro any and if I should hear that he had started to hold I of hostilities.
erroneous felt bound :
to be very strict, perhaps more so ducts, but import all articles of foreign manufacture and if the subject coUld have been discussed
t impression and give additional volume and impetus than t -one. private interviews," I should de parof! thing WASUINCTOX CiTY, 1C, 1858.
usual on account of the any \ugt
numerous claims and that we need. And, in addition we make earlier, these facts would have been made known

to the the current facts of opposition. Fortunately, how- the depressed condition of the Treasury. This i scarcely any article American manufacture among more in detail, but could not possibly have changed I being A done who and be disposed to l)dleap TRIXITT B'', Angnt 18. IS5Sffl .
crer connected with the transaction man not retain .
have Lo
conjectural on my part, however as I cannot know ourselves, but again look the for our the a go ofce <*nu.. **e .ZHtvnwmtlanlH. Tileyrnph. Company _
t re8ult
been brought more fully to light by our Senators the mot of action of the Committee or House; plies. NorL IIUP I As remarks, in a I he had proved himself traitor eamp, would Europe and America are United by
C and Judge Hawkins himself, who have related them BUT I Ail CERTAIN my hasty very pressing time not be apt to exert a favorable influence on the ttlfglll-
NO MAN COULD HAVE Under such a system this, continued have and Glory to God !n the F ,
throng's undesignedly lth.
a may unjustly
with a degree of candor and circumspection that a subjected party who repudiated No> I hope the Doctor liglCt-n
STRUGGLE 1ARDEP.OR MORE THAN long series of years, we are at no loss to discoverthe Judge Hawkins censure, I this simple, tate- hm. Good Will tw"r 1ffn.igneJDiror
t will
lias told make himself
the minds hop about
"wonderfully of scarce Washington until
upon our people, MR HAWKINS DID,TO CARRY I TJOUGI secret of the rapid and immense growth cf ment of the (ncln the case may satisfactory to the Atlantic Company of Great
the effect of which baa been to set the current ia Black Republicans or some other opposition
Truly yours, J. GLXC JONEi Northern cities. They lave been built by the all parties fully exonerate him from all blame Britain.
the opposite direction. This much accomplishedby AKISTIDES DOOOETT, Esq. tribute of the South They have grown and waxed in this mattr. Truly, yours, party get the gvrIment .. WIRE-GRASS.
truth operating upon unselfish and honest v J. CLANCY Reception ofthe JtcW
fat on our wealth and then with unblushing insolence For the Floridian JournaL '
mind', what an abundance of gratification will be Letter from Sir. Manor)". lon D. L l\E f fTe Judge' HaivlUn & WASHINGTON, Aug. 16.-The Message oft!,. Queen
they ascribe their ,
derived by Judge Hawkins' Democratic constitu The course of the Tampa Peninsular under its advancement to free society of England, and the certainty of tlte ineeeaftful
,and taunt the South with being the editor of the&nlilel\ ; seems be ElouI am not one of the gallant
enc)' from the perusal of fie letter in another temporary editor, (Mr. Crane,) in its unjust lat.tr& t trouLe volunteer who suffered working ofthe cable ,.received with joyful demonstrations
of her
attck cause comparative poverty. in respect to the political tiaiut of the man"whonominated F many privations, endured -
column addressed by the lIon. J. Clancy Jones to on Judge Hawkins, induced one of the of i in New York Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Eior No more favorable time exists, than the himself and wrote his own letter of e many hardships and rendered such signal
acceptance. -
Mr. Doggclt, a citizen: of Jacksonville. It will beseen the Floridian to write to Senator : present Nashville, Louisville, New Orleans Lancaster, and
urging service to the State .
for the South commence the remedy In He will have it that Westcott is in the removal of the Indians ;
that Mr. Jones exculpates Judge Hawkins him visit Tampa with the view of t nearly D. a every point (
fully and her rom
t correcting every Southern Atlantic State we now have railroads not only] a good Democrat, but that the whole am not therefore entitled as they are, to the
and amply from the serious charge so hastily and public opinion in that section as the the In mot of the cities there will be a general eclebraticrn ,
t part reaching to the fertile plains and navigablerivers .Democratic party committed to his undying gratitude of my fellow-citizen- I am.
malignantly propagated by the enemies ef Democ Democratic candidate for Congress took in defendIng i lupprtl"I on Tuesday, thc17th August.
however of those
of the West and Southwest These railroads, -and, to prove this, a chapter of one who furnished bread to some

racy. No Florida friend however enthusiastic in the appropriation for the payment of the vol. useful as they are, will not have accomplished their I is brought to light which, in plain English hilltr, of them and received for it orders on their pay.- -
behalf of Judge IL, could have penned a more satisfactory unteers. Though evidently not intended for I Cable Demonstration
publication lu this I became
full mission until they are made feeders to a great neither more nor less than the fact that Westcott, way personally interested to an NEW YOKK 17. cable
Aug. -The demonstration
acquittal than is enunciated in the we, take the
.closingeejtence Deerthele liberty of printing Southern trade. And in inconvenient amount in the appropriation for the
export ,why not? The South 1852 was recommended by ( in
Democrt among thiscity were carried oat to
a not
of Mr. Jono's letter "I .. Mr. Mallory' is full sad point speeiSed
: AH
CCXTAIX o reply. complete of the
I has at fine harbors .any in the Northern States whom was one of the editors of this paper) for payment service of 1857. You in the The flail
VAX COULD HIVE SnUGGLED HARPEK OR DONE lORE corroborating to the very letter the statements of i Las a better climate-it has a soil ai. fer office, and that he obtained itt!' This a roost can well imagine that I share in common with'thevolunteer programme.The City was rri.ly
dome and
THAN ML IlAWXIXS DID TO CARRY IT ,uIOrGILt Mr. Yoke, and making the defence of Judge Hawkins It has equally I I and other holding inch claims the disappointment burnt the eetr.of the upper story
the astounding the
tile many advantages over North (Our discoveryoneor'thy genius of were having fire from the
t Who is there, even among the most 'unreason I perfect. A tile most ardent of his friends i, streams are not blocked up with ice in the winter. the Sentinel, and enttle the discoverer t the experienced a the flare of the appropriation from one destroyed of the pyrotechnic caught piece in the displayof spark
able of his enemies who docs not ( in view of and supporters| could desire or ask: and understand
t'el. the bitterness
thanks >
season, nor our rirodl wit snow. What, then, Wutol Ifthis sort of pfis satisfactory you may fre"work last night The documents, book,
the thorough justification of his action now in possession BUMEPOBT, Conn., 9th Aug., 1858. but the necessary energy and public spirit is required t our cotemporary that the of that disappointment when I was assured that ., were all saved. The loss will

of the people that Judge II. has been pursued C E DIKE; Esq, Talala"e.Flo.: to enable us to cut loose from our Northern candidate is still of the unterrified and entitled to the failure was attributable to the Inattention or JPCI < b abut50o

in this matter with a malevolence rarely )f Dn Six: Your letter of the SIst nIt, came- factors, doing our own importing and exporting Democratic confidence and support, he is certainly inefficiency of our Representative. Judge Haw.

equalled in political warfare? Is it not clear that to me to-day a this place where I am staving on and establish our commercial) independence T The more luceelu i finding the political whereabouts kin was a man from whom I had expected better Yellow Fever ia New Orleans.

; lie stands acquitted of all blame, and that he is account of the ill health of my wife, and i bring South has it in her power t re'tn. completely, Westcott than in locating himselt An anecdote things. I had entertained align respect for his New OaLAu.17.-The deaths by Yellow

entitled to the meed "Well donegood and faithful the first intimation h of the editor which illustrate Fever, were 28$, and on (
me which I have the position of the two section Instead of I,I told the difficulties ability. HI coarse in Cnpes a* far A I had observed 'ek yesterday Mon

sera-antr It would look as though there was a any organized opposition to Hawkins re electios.I a dependency of the North, she may make being the i his own case. A freo approached him i had my approbton He had.
detip* in the gross attack made upon him. Con had heard of D. Wettcot'. being I candidate, North a dependency of ber o..n Our cotton, our and remarked, Well, Judge what is your present consumed none of the pnblie.time i making s hP ---50LATER -

teary' to all propriety and justice, be was not even but I knew not, nor did I atieipte. that an tobacco, our flour, our railroads and our institution political position-where do you stand r Wth a for Buncombe. Hi name 'rarely Cver lu 'iing FROM EUROPE

allowed to return to his constituent and offer a de sition would come from I opp of shivery are the instruments with which we bothered and dieu look he replied .111 be from among the aye and noes, haul
lo nearly always
S fence of his conduct before be was virulently as- firing with a attack of illness and even i I could effect this result A regular line of steamships may and i I know!I" Perhaps the same rule by .I thought, on the rigb ".ld Under such circnm-: ,ARRIVAL < ?F: OF THE

ailed. The very worst criminals are allowed a travel all, I could not reach in which be determines the of West t I had
a Tamp time for of vessels to the principal foreign parts would complete political standing :e girr; bit my endorsement I had

hearing-but hawkins pronounced guilty and condemned the 20th inst, the day, you me. that a Con. the system. Let this once be attained, and, cod, i applied in his own behalf might help him advocated Us r norniaation with a good -cu JtrC. cau :JL JSL. yST.

before he is permitted to offer a word in I: \en tion is to assemble there-otherwise I would at we will have a guaranty of our constitutional rights out of the fog. Westcott once professed to be a wUl and wr; prepared to UM all my feeble hearty powers .

explanation and defence; but, when that defence once start I shall, however, go there a* early all worth all the political platforms that ingenious politicians Democrat, and on the strength of it got an office- t Ke.are hit triumphant re-election. The failure Jonas, Aug. 16.-The steamship Europe having .

does come, it I* a vindication triumphant. to can, and before going with my family to Pensacola could devise from now to the morning of ergo he is a Democrat still; the edit.r of the Sentinel I I of the appropriation, from his-dereliction of duty had a collision with th Arabia, off Cape Race,

confound his enemies. The poison which they were all had arranged. In the mean time, I writ today the resurrection. was once a Whig and on the str his a. was asserted, and by certain the Utter proceeded on to New York and the Europe -

in such hot haste to diffuse through the public several gentlemen at to show them Whiggery, went to the gbi re-.Me newspa into
t and in State put port for The Europe
Tamp Lget're.g. 1 a per politicians the was well calculated ti rir
mind neutralized it and Iectiona.
by t.heYltand convicted the rank
injustice attempted b practiced to Wig still. I* not this should arrest enthusiasm, had that of other was outward bound, having Boston on the llth
KENTVtT.-The Mortorr. my
Democrats t
have .i
of carried
a premeditated design to crush him without this ,
a wards Hawkins for within
; own knowledge the editor ever and the inward bound
I I my was ,having
regularly nominated candi who anxious
about were equally myself for the inaant .rabl
hearing, or to prejudice the people against him that he made effort in Stat by 1,0 majority. orS
his date
and used of !
t Liverpool the instant for New York.
every on -
pwer. MisseuKL-All the members of 01 ry. even after he had aided In triumph of the Democratic party in Unlike n 't
such to Congress elect Frd
&extent a. t render it impossible act him. every means possible to obtain of the from Missouri in i nominating him, and b denounced therefor as a I some other*I did not denounce advance, In the collision a portion of th.eutwater of the Earopa -
constituent in tire brief (seven number) arc hm
with Jl period appropriation for the of volunteer We Det. I
payment lort.
a rht. traitor to good faith and an to the but determined to examine the evidence '
of enemy upon
: the en Yl Are the independent voter were both taken by surprise at the action o the Anderson gain three.James They are, J. R lr Thoma* 1 of hi* party, can he not claim that diver ace and which this charge retted. I have done ; and : COllerdal.
of Florida willing to make themselves House Committee of Way and Means and Haw- Craig John B John e fytlon J/ari: prt t Sam H. and Crk 8 sundry Wig once voted for him, and will not notwithstanding my interest in the question truth Lr
proceeding 1 violntivo of aH ) kin did all that roan could have done the Phelp Won J. Nol The Speculator took 7,500 bale
1 any a* fact that be still of confidence and ;
have carried the tat prow I worthy justice me t say, there not the D repr
manifestly unjust to him In whose integrity A a Representative from Florida to obviate Its conse party .Lgatur.to which and ? Westcott rue I The market had ad-
support in re-nominating .haJow of a foundation for the charge. The an.uprtt bln ,
man and a* a fellow-citizen they placed such confidence I also body only one republican, I been aide appropriation
written the nd
to the
quences. haT Clancy Jones, and elected. I .tt IwlnswiL men tkit would have .lost by no inattention Y&cel i daring "ei. s greatest
two years ag*t induce them to send him to expect his reply In a few Java which to of pcple.. instead Hawkins Inefcenc advance the Middling and lower
wl.1 t.tbe -- bund tem contributing ,bat causes beyond his cot' gdeTe
Congress Representative We very muchrnlit..ke useful in removing the unjust, groundless and l01 luoLn.-Te Raleigh Standard, of the hi o 0 Judg f rales on Friday bales, and
14th t election,Westcott take*the field a* tt. with me,, ,responsibility shall rest wee 7.0 Le mr.
I their tmp i they aid and abet by their gratuitous charge that Hawkins has been unmindful than InL says From the returns received, more his antagonist, joins I the unjust and, false clamor where it fairly belong I failed t receive_ my bet elo uobnge Fair Orleans '] ; F.i

Tot such a from the plain dictate or indifferent in this mttr. On the cntr two-thirds of the State, we think Judge Ems' against him, andseeks, hi* overthrew, with money, though I Deed H much but I win for. MoL? '1S and Fair Uplnd" le

of the commonest justice between man and man.- I know that, not only with the Committee of Ways majority will reach 17,000-prebably m I him, the Democratic party of and., the that cause do Ln$ 't a faithful representative.D General News.

On the contrary they owe I t themselves and to and Means, but with a large number of member .the LI1ture. we shall lave a majority of (rosa eyes oth. Sentinel,all this goes u for nothing. The Hi. vindication is clear, full and triumphant, and The rebellion Central India has been effectually

_ their of right to rebuke, through the ballot- the House lie urged the measure o fifty fifty-five o joint blot crushe.1Itwis
& earnestly ad fet that he 'once recommended for ofc and such in my opinion must b the verdict of ,all candid -
_ box, the designing men who have sought to induce vigorously. But a state of of rumored that the Paris Credit Jtobilfier
feeling a obtained conclusive
very nun PTo Opposition YIetory. It I that he I atfll oft. ).. true men The extraordinary effort made to beat
them, by artful appeal*.to do a wrong in condem- anal, i not extraordinary, character existed in the We learn, from the Asheville Newt, that CoL fit No subsequent bk1dng departure the democratic{ party, by slandering and misrepresenting was about to. wind up, and fuse with the Beni of
ing Hawkins unheard-and this we House at the time. The day of had the Democratic Monsieur St PauL '
conscientiously adjournment Avery, candidate from the Cling from the ancient lndmrb Ih.k the editlcltdcDC their candidate, wiU succeed. .The people
believe tiiey wi do Already lisa a reaction commenced been fixed at a early] day, (too early for the right man District, owes his defeat t reports which I in Ii Democracy. Once in will denounce the origtnaUr D of t.h.present unholy A dispatch f Vienna state, that fiirtr-taree

in very portion of the State where the performance of the public business,) and memberswere were circulated reference gee thl troops are concentrating oa Daaabe.
i to an unfortunate difficulty al"arln graC-the rule by which he wo l alliance,by giving Ha wkin*an increased O
baa of the appropriation wa most and determined to work to and in which he Jude at the nearest point to Turkey. .
keenly Mt up i; the.. waIDolnd. some e since, jvdge But we question whether the Sentinel majority. For myself was no other, or
- 4 where the moat faithful and 'effort were an, state of haste the conduct of and which resulted his Large of (rocps are going forward
leu etraoinr i 1 shooting a man by the will L taken aa authority in such matters,- better reason (o my supporting him, my interest embrktions '

ruad, &,pjudie'the people ag.loa him A bunell. "Te- Florida War," a* all operations name Fleming. Ellis, the Democratic.candidate' Politically, the old organ of the Whigs and Know aa a claimant jvottld require me't do ao. I need t India. .

- private T : be sur- against our cut.throat Seminoles are denominated for OOTmor, beat in the Florida and cannot it until The IUCCCM of the'cable ..receive ia London
4 1)1 usually MeR .m Cnge 'NoIng of i confessedly at sea, without my money get an appropriation

prize4 "at the rote rt up for u sts.nds.qdbearer. -, was a theme that never failed to excite elena) District several' thousand TOt Te i, mpa chr or flag.. I is,therefore, a suspicious I made for the of the Frd volunteer. with the m0t.glrious__ enthusiasm.ARRIVAL, -.

Another Jeer from,Alligator assure* as opposition; and the claims, whether for military ,says that Mr. Vance, the opposition 1hieh honest traders dowel avoid.. The present rpeDt and however *

that, siaee hi* 1c'; there on 't. th inst, so service or .otLerwistf, growing 'wtbf.'It, however dared on many occasions that he endt..e- It erl 1 certainly no friend to woul the Democratic t party badly it treated naat i first session,I would rather .-OF THE

thorough and.complete wa* Lt de nee that Dot A sacred, righteous and just, when presented t Congress ,the Administration Mr. Dacan sr otherwise it would not b foond apologizing and rely upon it for justice than upon it successor .

enemy ) .had the hlriho to couple the defeatof have ever been violently opposed. You may -4. pleading for a man who has, time and again, betrayed which may be black republican. Judge Hawkins SA. CN0 :.
the measure name. Our intelligence somewhat "We would like the ( of Judge Hawkins and
from other parts wih o the State I II satisfac judge a- tl.t feeling when I tell those opposed to him (rtud the floridian Je Tow- Democratic (onSdemsee, a who, by this ia and most continue b, the representative during NJ'Toss,.Aug 17.-The. steamship Saxonis.

The i equally you, that even' member/rom Georgia,.whose own sal of the 't inst We would publish its attire last and crowning act of teeery;b.voluntarily, t..nt se.eiominemallerwhon..ay be elected : which left Southampton on the 4th of August has
cause onward
tor. and upward-"the State history in 'con t rwih Indian affairsshould issue had 'ee.-Jca-Avj: It. placed himself b.yol the pale of Democratic: sympathy aabiasueees.or.. Andaalamqnitesomeofhisbestefforts arrived.

j sober second tltonght of the pl.le" i* doing him have induced better feelings, told Ua\ku Thank you, friend Judah.ft-r the compliment. Implied. and to tecare the it will b amply The coonuertial -newaby this arrivs- !.;b !a
jest *. and wiU be II'pr aprotO
l Do wIn awarding, eondcni- in reply. to .hit aj pcal to'L U Irrr the' toca-.'. That esMt obtained vffice on the recentte' a question of hi i TfQ thill I best se aticrpated. 'by the',reception of latef .Liverpool

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dales al St. JobllL.The English Parliament had AI si DetaoVratte CO.'S NEWABJLAHGEMIITOa
mft-nog; Decisions 185S. No. 615. SWAN &: LottrisTRIUMPHANT
Ix-cu prolonged for the 2d Anguol to the 10th Oc- Held a* the Co rt House, at iff w J'o. en tie I .

tuer. Tlie Queen's j>onli IJ been dclirered by .lIt July> 1M..W"ili. surposo of nominating a A n.CPFS'o hand of the cilto7 Of !, .
cudidateto.renrelelit/jhe : ; of Florida for 1853. Price

a vuKlmodoner. Tliere is nothing in it specially the next General AawnHr.'totintyof on inotfon.WalulU in j by mail post paid $2 00: cash must accompany NOTICE : ICe Tallahawee u* PelMpcla ft 04.fift .

interesting..The London limes attacks the p oehuf DAN-L LAf Q., w all orders. Apply to the Editors of the Fl.ri- I .-
requested to act
tile Queen in severe term ...Two and A lulf millions Chairman IInd 1.F.Hi UJIJiCEr; to act Ita St'CrrlAry.f as. dian & Jora1 I FOR THE RSSTORATIOy OF CXRTAiy LAXDS 8 WAN if CO. 'continue to draw as IMM t RAIL'IbA1J.I .- .

of ppccie had arrived iu England...Arrange f After an e-pU nation of tile object of the meeting. July 1858 30 I MARKET IN THE. 1 at vithout inL Tllption. I --_-,- -, --, j. J'
On motion a G'mmilte and after F Hay the 4 ta'of J., thVSJ ir.gii&r

menU to lay a submarine cable in the Red Sa arc the vote, fur tile different was appointed precincts in to the apportion $500 I E"T ARD. STATE OF FLORIDA. SWAN 4s CO.'S Lotteries are legal god passenger Train*orftaeM, .Roadara'i will be

now complete. I county Jif this meeting. who reported that each ? And Atth6iired by the STATE of GEO.-t tri weekly! as fwQowa;. '+**> ; l'f .
precinct be allowed five T) ANAWAY OR STOLEN from Bttictin fallatgtttt it?St Jffr .
More than a dozen vpels liare been reported AIIta votes. of made act of Congress, 4"
,ill! Lt-en f"urut'reel mcully iu the Dead Sea. I On the ,.not delegates from the different nre- 't, 1V ORF. DAVIS in Wilkinson Co. : TIE grant' May I.n, 185S. to by the State of ap. The late attempt fi inV o;:;firmA; thorn that Leave Tallahassee Monday*.Wednesday*,ad"Fri-

11." Jexldnh affair luibo TliisMcr I ducts, JAMUB. CAKLULeand & P. CABTB were '4te Ga..on night of the Slat Julv, the to aid in the construction certain railroads F.ri.IA. our Lotteries ore
compromised. [ put in nomination. Mr. CAKU.R declining to be a I ..2Ifollowing described NEGROES,to wit: Ipnti..nt'd. having been far adjusted as to authorize ate paid punctually; and that our tehemet when tit Trains will Ieavp a( 9,,_ thoa.-

we iire nme, to the massacre of the Cliritiansat *- E candidate, J.MKS ]3. CARLI; Esq., w..0 declared I I SAM, about 40 years old, daik wILp1eiu nud I tbe release rrl0 withdrawal 1 of the land h ere inn f- are more lifter al thus any other Lottery .days shall till upon Monday WeoWtt&yv Fridayy

Jcddali.] I t unnnlmonsly the nominee of the Convention to rc- very rotten teeth, and has a notch i ear, weigh ter de cribe L notice i* hereby given that all the vacant IN_THE_ _WORLD___! as per Schedule for P. 60+R ,Jl i* 11''ease tie

M. Fould, an i-xtcutat I\iris banker, )hits recently present tile Democratic party of this county in the 165 to 170 pounds-thick built. offered lands heretofore withdrawn from sale or u will be dramn by S. Swan .hoar of departure will be aa usual at 1Ij.
next Legislative Assembly. I about old dark skin and has whifh he outside f tix mite each side of THE followingScteme ttt..P.1l
BEN SO j years a etr e o the Lot- Arrive at St.Marks..i.i.,....
On motion of J. K. )MIOTT a Committee of Three notch in his front teeth, i if large builtraw, boned, and and Florida.. the .Pensacola and Co. Managersof Sparta Academy St.Marka.UOP.lt P. *
In India tile troops liavf been ordtrtfd Into cantonment I was appointed to Inform )Ir. CARLISLK of his nomi Alabm tery, in each of their Single Number Lotteries for ,
nation. wil weigh about 175 to 180 pund. Oer d.Atant. and Gulf Cdtral"an AUGUST 1858, at Augusta Georgia, in public under (except on Friday when.tLe train wi3 ttave at .)
until after the rainy ..l atx skin lowbit the "Florida" in Am'. haasee..... .. 4.44 P.K.
On motion.the resolution CHARL ut 18 years dak rirods. .itated t (the superintendence(Commissioners. *
The retxrut battle bel the Turks end Cliristisnc following was adopted: been when the rain "i hm .atd5.
Ctn weigh ahout 130 140 pounds. twubip whe selee (except oo Friday )}
JtttolrtJ That the course of our late able Kcprcsentative > wi t in virtue of other grant Clan 27 Prate on SatvrJay, Aiiffittt 1, 1853.da .
at Bixnin: 5 is rjH>rte l tr lave l ecn a very J. P. CASTES. Esq.. in the past Legiela- JEF, a Mulatto boy, 1 years old medium height, or ) gn'claimed ejr any by pre-emption and ** 28 Draft on Ka'vrday Anyvst 14. t8 ,8. And on Sundays when necessary la_:eono# twftXthaJine

sanguinary affair. The Cun-tiabs were victoriousat I tur, me-ts our cordial approval. and will weigh about to ISO pud. Cge to at lie date of Clan 29 Draws on Saturday Agt 21. 1868. of Mail Steamers plyin between New Cr-i
subject private
the first, but were bwtjtteiitly drht'n into Aus I On motion of W, U. AVDEB:-*, the f"nonrr 0 resolutions .NN. a dark skinned woman, spare mad, and t ti/ual.! W7 WIl be restored to ttf entry 0 the data 30 Draws on Saturday, Avgutt 28, 1858. leans Key West and Havana which arrive I at, aod
depart from St Marks on the 18th and ZW of each
were read and when about -- -- --
tria. adopted: motio quick spoken to, days places hereinafter the
WHEREAS, the Democrats have assembled and put 28 or 30 years ordinary minimum of (1 25 per ife. a OX THE PLAN OFSIXGLE A'UJfBERS. month. 4

in nomination their standard-bearer for the county i a yellow girl 18 years' Md, spare made I e t which they may have graduated at the pi On Pramcola Arrival from Havana. of Wakulla, we deem it our privilege to expressour i NANCE wal about 120 to 130 pounds wItrwl 50,000 Tickets traid will banD on Mondays Wednesday.* and Fn- V

: CnABLKbTo.x. Aug. 13.-Tlie hteamthip Cats wta opinions on the leading questions the day, an LINDA dark stin old office TULIEE Monday,the 5,485 PRIZES ; days :
arrived here tliia morning with dates from Havana both as to Federal and State policy; and as all 125, a 126 gr H years 'weighsabout sixth day September a : C Leave: Tallahassee............ 7 A.Jf:
rests in the Arrive at Station No. 3 Watler'4 8JO
sovereignty people, when we delegate ( MIll) A.If.
nn.l Key West to the 10th inst that power to our Representatives, they should he a dark skin girl, weighs l3( poOfldd, low, North of t". bat liftt tail. of tJtt principal meridian. MAGNIFICENT SCHEME ITO Leave Station No. S. '!!:/"!..'t.. 9 A.M.

Mr. Salas, the Spanish Consul, was drownoj att strictly held within their delegated powers: chunkeybuilL Airive at Tallahassee-.. ;. ...,..,.10.40 A.M.On .
West Resolved That and I offer (the above reward the with the Townships 2 S, of langes 1,2,3.4, and 6. BX oaAww XACH MTcaDAT ix AUGUST !
Ccy on the 27Ui ult. we approve adopt tie principles fo a Fndava an accommodation Train wUJJeave the
Jtuo 'ro'tuhip. 6, 8, 9, and 10. Prize of. 4 Prizes of. .$900 *
1 .170,000 >
The bark of the Democratic platform as expressed by ;add proof to convict hi a, dollars for rae TallaLas Depot for Station No. 3.(Wafer's Mfllf
Denjamln Burgu loaded with sugar the Cincinnati Convention, hereby reaffirming and THIEF Negroes. OREN DAVIS. Townships 1 ranges 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15. I" . SO.OOO I 4" . 800 at 4.30 P. M,and arrive at Station No. 2, at IS.8 P.)
- from OenfiH-go and bound to with 1 of 16. . 700
Boston met adopting them as our own. August 14, 1858. S3-U Township range I" 10,000 4 M. Leave Station No. 3 at I, and arrtve ft Tallahassee
nn accident and lost a part of her cargo, but hid Jft olffd. Tliat the administration of JAMES BUCHANAN South of the bal UM and tf of lit pri'pl me 1" . C.OOO 4" . 600 at 7.15 P.M.A .
deserves the cordial ridian. 1 t. 4,000 GO" 600
ariive at Key VTe.tk approbation and Savannah Medical
sup College. HACK leaves St. Usrks arrival
on of the Train
of all true Democrats. 1" 3,000 i 60" .300
At llavun.1, the Sugar market was active, at advanced port Townships 2 and 3, of range 1. for Newport and returns ia time to coaneet with the
sixth Annual Course Lectures in Ibis 100 . 125
Resolved, That we have entire confidence in our PilE In Townships I, 2, and 3, of ranges 2, 3,4,5. 6,', and 8. 1" 1,600 Train to Tallahassee.Fare .
. rates. Molasce was actite, and clnycdqnvted able Representative, Cot G. S. II WKrN and will -L stitut on, will commence on the first Monday in Townships 1 and 2, of range 9. 4 1,000 230 .. 100 up .

at S| to 4 rials and Mu.scova] 4( to 5. give him our cordial support in the October elec November next. The Preliminary Lectures on the Townships 1,2, and S, of range 10. Approximation Prize .. from" Tallahassee a to St. Marks. ...fl.OO

Exchange was brisk ; Sterling is quoted 15 percent tion. 18th of October. Township 2 and 3, of range 11. 4 Prizes of$400 appro'g. to 170,000 prize are(1,600 eo. It. R. ...to. .Station. .....No....J...PG .-...*. 85
JJetolrtd, That \i e consider the FACULTY : 13 and 14. "
monopoly, 1.200
as ex- 4 300" 25.000
picmiuiu; and on northern "'iits, lefifty ofane Fate from Tallahassee to Statioa N o.?,Pen.&
erei cd by the Tallahassee Railroad Company at R D ARNOUD, M D-Professor Theory and Practice Townships 1 ranges 15 and 16. 4 .5 200" 10.000 800 V CCO.R.R...... . .............. 87i
day Mils, 2! 3 cent
@ premium. the
j per terminus of their road at St Marks, by control- of Medicine. Township I, of range I 7. 4 125" 7,000 500 '
Button No.
Fare f'om Tallahassee to .
3XWal: : _
ing aims the Ltrsiness entire forwarding, shipping and (ommis- P M KOLLOCK, M D-Prof of Obstetrics and Jfrtl of tht late line andvest of the principal me 4" 100. 5,000 400 ker's Mill).. ............ . 1,00
Yellow Fever In CI.ftrle.toh.CII.RU2'TOS of this port to the (exclusion and injury Diseases of Woman and Children. ridian. 4" 75" :.600" 300 -

, Aug. 18.-Tlnre: have been several of the resident merchants of the county as W O BULLOCH. M D-Prof. Principles and 4" TO 1,600" 200
2 and 3 of 1. t'rtiyhtt ehvfffd.on Penraroln t Oevryia Roilr+odt183N
, to the spirit of their charter and decidedly range .. .. . . OO\O
deaths by yellow fever in this city, but the phfi contrary Practice of Surgery.J Townhip, of 2, Z, and 4. 5,000 prizes of 20 are ., tj ft p lid.on drlimry of good
injurious to the interests of this wellas
clans say it does not exist in the epidorhic form. the other Rail Road interests in county the State as, and JURIAU G HOWARD.HARRISS M D-Prof.M D-Pruf.of of Anatomy.Physiology. Township 4, C rngc( of range 7.Townehips -5,485 Prizes amounting to . .. .|-:-:WOOO. FRCJI ST. MAKKS TO STATIOSCt'ttau I, :'

. that our Representative be instructed to his 1,2, 4. C, and 6, of ranges 8 and 9. per bnle..... ........ ,'.. 7 90
*Vra>lilnston news.WAIIPNCNOX. beet efforts to have thi Company restricted use to its J B READ M D-Prof. Materia Mt dica and Medical Townships 1, 2, 3. 5,and 6, of ranges 10 aod 11. WHOLE Ticxx-rslO; HALVES $5 ; QUARTERS $21. I Tobacco in Boies per 10U I Its. ...]U 25'f3

Aug. 12.-Tlie Commissioner: vf the legitimate business of common carriers.On Jurisprudence.N Townships 1.2,4, 5, and C, of ranges 12, 13, 14, 15, ttoplan.of tht Lntttritt trill I Corn anti other grain in r.a$ts per bushel 10 10 i I 1049
D Prof of Medical and Phar 3T A CIKCCZAB thoiting .
., General Land Office laM replied to an inquiry re- motion. the thanks of the meeting were ten A PRAT 1 aud 16.Townhips. { be Hid to any <'a. dmirout cfrtcttttny it. .j&J "Salt per sa:' ......., . .........40 40
dered to the President and of this meet- n1aeutic1 Chemistry. 1, 3, 5/and 6, of range 17. Hsy.ra Baleo per 100 1U.LLn .... ... 55 15
Secretary : :
the and utintif the -:
cpccling right indemnity selections JOS J WEST, M Prof of Anatomy.
ing. D-Adjunc Township 1,2.4aud 5, of ranges IS, 19, 20, 21,22, ?, CctDcnt. Slate,Plaster and Guano ,II
allowed to Alabama, t>j the railroad grantto On motion of the it JAS E DDeIMntratr of An and 23.Townlhips. Certificates of Packages will be sold at the frllow- in packages per 100 Ibs..eo ..! 23 S325s
Secretary was
that SUite, by the Act of June S, 1 1:G, to aid in Rt&ol/ J, That the this atonry. 1,4, and 5,of range 24. rates, which is the risk: M ., Bar Iron per 100 Iba........ 25 25
be proceeJingsof meeting During the Session of Lectures at the Savannah Townships 3, 4, and 5, ofage 26 and 27.. Certificates of Package or 10 Whole TickeU. .$SO All ether good per 100 Ibs.O.. 30 30 -
the construction of the Girnrd and letHe railroad, published in the \\\aLiilla\ Tune and Floridian ;
Medical Clinical Instruction will be
College, I, 3. 4, and 28. 'f 10 Half 40( I
etc., where the sections within the sis miles limit d' Journal. twice a week at the Savannah Hospital, gye TO\l'nshlp and 5, of range 29. H 10 Quarter .. 20 front TALL.4IIASSEEoSTATIOY3I, f 31
On motion, the meeting adjourned. members of the of the Savannah Medical 3,4, range Cotton per :bale.. .............. .'! 80lii,
hind previously been di posed of by the United Faculty Townships 3 and 4. of range SO.Townships 10 Eighth 10 .
. DANL LADD, Chairman.T. number and of diseases Tobacco in Coxes per 100 Ibs...... IJ1Uj
State TIle prinopnl hereinafter declared i* of F. SwEttiNGrv, Srcrttary. College both, upon medical a large and variety 3,4, and 5, of range 32. In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the Cora and other grain in sacka per bushel. I 5

general Duplication: the Commissioner states the Obstetrical Ward surgical.An it also well fitted Townships 4 and 5,of range 83. money to our address for the Tickets ordered, on receipt Salt per sack. . . .. ... .. U 15 5St
up t South of tht bate line aid vest of the principal m of which they will be forwarded by first maiL Hay in Bales 100 Iba......:.' 111 1SJ
indemnity sections must l>c taken between the six t. At the indignation meeting held Manatee, students hate access, accompanied by per .
wLc may ridian. Purchasers can have tickets ending in any figure they Lime, Cement, Slate Plaster and Go- V
in last The
find fifteen mile limits in nltrrnatc sections "near- published our issue Gov. Perry was requested of this branch In our Insttuion .
to remove Gen. Carter, State Agent. The wish dissecting rooms'ill be open at the commencmet Township I, of ranges 13, 14, 15, 16, 18,19, 20, 21, may designate. anoinpackageaperi001b..ltl2j12BarlroaperlOO .
est to tIle tier ofacetions" granted in place."- of the members of that meeting had been gratified, of the scsssion, and remain until the close of tbe 22, 23. 2 and 2&. The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be Ibs.,. ... ....n.%." U6 1llt

No ccleilion din be made by t-Lipping any vacant by Gen. Carter's own act, before they had given lectures. 1 Townships and 2, of ranges 26 and 27.. sent to purchasers immediately will after write the their dra 'io All other gcods:'l'\er100 Ibs. .. ....15 II 15
Purchasers signature
tract, if nearest the section, but if it should K liap expression to -not for the reasons assigned by Tbe- condition which; accompanies the ben' ljful At the land office at NEW: ANSVILLE, on Monday, W and give their Post please Office. Countj and State.tr. EDWARD HOUSTOUN
lands the meeting; but because Gen. Carter thought it donation of the last Legislature to tbe the sixth day of September next, viz: plain Pres.
peu that there are no vacant for the indemnity Sa.AnhMeical :; Remember that every Prize is drawn and 8f S'tpcrintendenLFebruary
near at Land, the selection may advance on until was due. to the Stale that the office should be abolished. College, wi be niostheartily emp1e Vl South o the lose line a"d.Ea of the principal me- payable in full without deduction. 15, 1858. '-fm
it reaches the terminus, and from the portion Gen. Carter has not held time office of State Agentfor Congressional Faculty District, of the one State beneficiary, shall frm ca riitl. jy All prizes of 11,000 and under paid immediately DISSOLUTIONOF .
Townships 2 and 3, of 11. after the drawing-other at the usual
nearest; and if it bbould be necessary to take the some time part. Immediately: after the vo-nn- gratuitous education in this Institution. Applications range prizes
2, 3,4, 13, and 14, of 12. time of thirty days.
I terrs were mustered out of service, the General should be made the Dean Towlehip range PARTNERSHIP.
potifieJ for such on or
the sis and fifteen position
! whole of the alternates between t 1,3,4,11, 12, 13. and ,of 13.] All communications strictly confidential.
the >er department, that on a certain day before the first of October accompanied with range firm
pro] ofA. COMBS A CO is this disX
of ne1t I 4 5 10 11 and 13, of 14. Address Orders for Tickets Certificates to rpHj day -
( mile limits to talUfy the deficiency on account which he named, his pay as State Agent would good recommendations as Townships 12. range or solved mutual consent business will.

- the sections in place, it may be done on the terms cea e. Since the day named by him, he haj teen Demonstrators Ticket :.. .carcter.. .. 10 Townhip 1,2.45, 9. 10, II,and and 1 of range 15. S. SWAN & CO., Augusta Ga.cr be continued by by R. a WILLIAMS The, whd is alone
10 16.
hereinbefore indicated. Referring to the fourth sections settling his account, without receiving pay for his Matriculation Ticket (paid once). . 5 1.2,4,6,8,9, orange Persons residing near Montgomery, Ala., or authorized to settle the affairs of the firm.
labor. Thi is according to our inf"l'IDation-lnd Fee ... .. SO Townships 1,2.4 5, 6.',8,9, and 10. range 17. Atlanta, Ga, can have their orders filled, aud save R.
of the said act of Jnne 3. 1856, making the fo Diploma.. 6 7 8 9 and 10 of 18. A. COMBS,
j believe it c'rrect.IValrella Times, .All!. 11. Fees for entire Course f. .. .... 105 Township 1, 2,4, 5, , range time by addressing S. Swan & Co., at either of those WILLIAMS.
railroii'l which the terms 1, 2, 4. and 9. 19. V
grant prcaciibis upon > For further apply to 5.6:7,8. orange cities. 15Ui 1S5S.
- Viliich the tale mAY cell one hundred and twenty 9(7 Labor Saving Contrivance' particulars JURIAH HARRISS, Dean. Townships 1, 2, 5, an 8. of range (XT Tickets for sale by- E. \. WEST July ,
sections from time to time, the Commissioner fctatcs Whfever saves another hard work, is a benefactor August 14, 1858. 33Oglethorpe Townships Given under 1.2,4,5 band, ad, at, of the range city 21.of Washington, Tallahassee Fla. All persona indebted to the late firm of A. R.

that tIe Land office takes no heed of what the State of his species; aud we have no doubt evebusiness ry the 1st day of July my 1858. .. CSf X fist 6T(tbe numbers that are drawn from Combs A Co, for the year 1855. '56. and 1837. either
man aims to acquife as much money (with Medical Col JOSEPH S. 'thLSON.July I the wheel with the amount of the Prize that each by note or acc&-iot, are requested lt fom h>rwarJ
do in that far the action of the ,
may respect, so as as little delay) as possible. The mOst complete 24 1858. 30-6w one ia entitled t<> will be published after every drawing and scttli immediately R. C. WILLIAMS.

office is concerned in making out lists of seleetions plan, the i-liortett road we know of by which such SAVANNAH, GA. in the followfrg.J papers; Augusta (Geo) Con- July 1'1, 1853. 29-Sm [Sent eopy.'DISSOLUTION .

t nnd certifying the Fame; that being a condition of end can be reaped, is that opened by Samuel Swan rpHE fourth Annual Session of this College wjll stitutionaliist New Orleans Delta Mobile Register,

wliiclf the State must take cognisance itself BO as d Co., in their gfaiid Georgia Lottery, which, on J. commence on Monday the 18th October, and Notice.r. Charleston Standard, Nashville Gazette, Atlanta In- OF
. remittance to them, at Augusta, Georgia, of ten, continue until tbe first week in March. -- telligencer. New York Weekly Day Book, Savannah
t to avoid making sales not warranted by law. All five or two and a half dollars, Kill return you a Preliminary Lectures will be delivereJ from the : Morning News, Richmond Dispatch, New York Dispatch COPARTNERSHIPrrHE .

t that the Land. Office has to do is to certify the selections hole, half or quarter ticket, which may prove so 4th of October, until the commencement of the Annual A PPLICATION will be made to the next Legislature Paulding (Miss) Clarion and Little Rock CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore lting be-

lawfully made, leaving the State itself to lucky as to put ;you in fund, and spare you thenecessity Session. *. of the State of Florida. for a chatter fa (Ark,) True Democrat.Nov. the Subscribers under the Firm of

: fulfil all condition the grant has imposed upon it, dollar. of drudging painfully for the almighty These Lectures are free to all Students. a Ril Road from of Gulf City"through in the waters the counties of 14, 186'1. 4ft-ly lIOlJa KISS, SCOTT eL- POOLE

I sating the \euJne from being recipcnts of invalid FACULTY : either Harbr .pa1achicola the Georgia Line.! lets been this day dissolved by mutual eoosenL The
State Lotteries.
titlcA. DEATH AND SICKS ns.'kmt EATD.O DistA. n BEET., H L BYRD, A M, M D-Prof. of tbe Principles Tallahassee, Ln., 32 Maryland Xvtet and Aefmtnt*are in (be hflnds of Taoa.IL HODQKitt -'

A gentleman just from the lower counties, says the and Practice of Medicine. .ugs o and D. H. f'o'ir. c'llier of whom will settle up

I NEW YuttK Aug. 17.-Sales of cotton to-day 1,600 Savannah Georgian, informed us that one or two HOLE STEE M D-Prof of Obstetrics R. FRANCE & Co., Managers, the business of the late. Firm.Tiioa. V .

bales, at advancing priest Middling Uplands 12 deaths had occurred in two families in Pierce county, Dlues and Children.A PLANTERS' HOTEL; O F the Maryland Slate Lotteries, present the following n.: HODGKISS.
t W M D-Prof of the Principles and 4
from eating the meat and milk of cattle afflicted GRIG Splendid Schemes G EO. W. SCOTT
5-16 12 7-1G cents. The4eamcr'a news caused
i @ with the murrain or black tongue-and several Practice Surer.V For 1858 D. H. POOLE. ..

i the advance. other members of the same families are sick and H M D-Prof.of Materi Medic M Tallahassee, Flu. j AUGUST. -. i- WM. 0. POOLE.Tclhiiiassse. .

:. ---- likely to die from the same CAUSe.OBITUA.RY. and Medical Jurisprudence.F July 'It, 1855.
F COLZEY, 1 D-Prof.of Physiology and General SUBSCRIBER would respectfully inform They caution purchasers of Tickets to beware 6f
. Democratic meeting In Gadsden. THE
Pathology.H friends and the public generally, that the ordering Tickets in Lotteries where extrawJinary
the interest
- Pursuant to previous notice, the Democratic Party A DLAIR M D-Piot of Spci and General above well-known HOTEL will o* opened on the large Capitals are offered fur a small cost of Tickels HAVING time purchased Firm of UODGKISSV*o/JllIJat.3CPTT part A

r of Gadsden county convened at the Court House Died la this cltr,on lie 17th init,of Hemorrhage or theIowela second day of August next He invites the attention -all such are swindles. POOLE I waIl cuotioua the business keretofor
Mr.JOHN M. Inns, (Printer) formerly of Georgia B L A B, 13--Prof. of Chemisty and of the public to The Marjljrtwj io ::Jeg Lan )been {in existence i for .as ,
: in Qtfiney to-day, (August 14th.) for the purpose ofhotninating JONE 1 it and wilt( use my best efforts to merit the patronage
,but for the last wren months a resident of Ibis place, Pharmacy. Forty Years. They are drawn by a Stale Officer,
Facilities for their Accommodation. of all! who 'ivor me with their trade.
: two candidates to represent county aged stoat frfly Tears. W T FEAY, M D-Emoritas ?rot cf Chemistry I and can be relied on. If yon draw a }Priz, you will may
- in the uext General Assembly: It b log in the immediate vicinity of the most desirable get your money. The whole country is flooded wi'h UEO. W. SCOTT.
CHARGES: lit 1868. nlJJedical
motion Cot IL M. LITFORDvrns 0WE authorized and business portion of the city presentsSUPERIOR Bogus Lottery concerns. Beware of them. July --
Whereupon, on are requested ; to _
Fees for the full C.. .. ... .f05 Order in the State Lotteries.
: called to the Cliair, and CHARLES A. BTLES requested announce DAVID S. WALKER as a candidate .. .. .. 10 INDUCEMENTSto fjg" Maryland College -

, to act as Secretary. The nomination of for re-election to the office of Register of State (paid once). 5 the traveler of business or pleasure, and is unsurpassed VAOXIFICEXT 8CHOMC.Maryand.State .

Mr. Archibald\ Campbell, of Liberty, was then ratio Land Matrelat (optionary.s, I t ail its appointments for the eo1mer of Iiottery. Of TIlE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA

; fi. I Diploma .. .. .. .. EASE AND COMFORT & THE LUXURY OF ,... CL'ASS N, ,..'Cia' VTI"tUE .
. Students mav take the tffleU of one or more of GOOD LIVING. To be drawn In D:11&imoreo..Ssturdar, August 2UI, !:&(.. Annual Coarse of LeotaveaTUTION in this'l'NSfl-
The following resolution was adopted: University of Louisiana, the Courses i and pay proportionately. One studentwill 12 Drawn Ballots In each Package oUS Tickets .1. will commen eKio th. seecnd J1 l&'

- Rftolvtd That a Committee of two from each MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. be received fro District.ju" oHIS TERMS are MODERATE. _#) 1 G'rand Prize 01..1 1.000 1 Prize or......12.000II'rize day in November upon the foQowtng branches aAnaofiiy.
the State, free of charges as heretofore.The or......... to,900 t. .... 1.0110
: precinct of the county be appointed by gentleman TIlE Course of in this Rooms will be tlie C. HOWARD FISHER. ....... 10,000 t. ... 1.011O .J..E. HOU)OOIL M. TV
.their rcspeeth precincts to icport the names of Auua Leare Depart. Dissecting opn' d upon July 31, 185 '. 1 ........ 1I,06t t" ..... 1.000 Surgery.J.J Cm oJ.t, M. D
two candidates to the meeting, JL. men w commence Jtay, November Organization 0:129 Class, and luppli 1-t 1 ........ 1Iooe 20 PrIzes of1,200 Theory and Practice of lied..P.0. GitOiao, M. D.
ISth, 1868, Ud will terminate ensuing March. with material the session. 1 5,000.O
the M te good dui Te dly- Just Received 8 = :: :: : ::: 5,50, 211 : :::::: : Physiology..JAMCS )OI1IZaIZ. V. D.
During consultation of this Committee. Gen.A. JAMES JONES D Professor Practice of Med -
cliniqne at the Colege b opened on 1 ...... OOO 143" ... 4410t Materia Mudicm.. .. . HECIT R. Pacer M. D.
K. Allison presented the following resolutions icine.J October, and ia the CI The City Hospital TN STORE and for sale the undersigned, a ......-. .ooG M" .... IItQ OtStctrica.Tnn O. PUOLXAP. M. D/
L { D, Prof of Ticket will be furnished by free of chargeto by 1 ....... 6,000 G8" _.. lilt
which were carried unanimously: RDDELL Cemittr. te JL fresh of DRUGS and CHEMICALS of Chemistry..C. U. Bnn'AtD, M. V.
D, such full Students desire it supply t ......... 11,000 G8"n.... 30I
STOYE 1 Surer.A course may which the following are a f w- ....... 11,000 ,1M .. 20 Demonstrator of Auaoeiy..FT. Mitxa, IL D.
Iff. JiuoletJ, That the Democratic Party ]jqe H Pof of Obltlr Thus offering to them, in addition to the instructions 1 ....... 6,000 V,14A1 .....11,11 CLINICAL LECTURES delivered
assembled approve f ihe AeU of the Delegates ap- O A NOTT, M D, Cf Mec of their own professors all the advantages 10 ozs. Bebeerine, 60.10.Ammonia, 30,818 ri-ises..smounti.g to.GOl.000 are twice n

pointed by t.M.-eet'lnty to attend the Democratic T O RICHARDSON, M D Prof Anatomy. which the physicians of that institution are capable 10 Saotoniue, Sulphur, Tickles 110 Rains $3. Quarter fz.pEIe1t&Ti'I. week at the Marjnq Hqsnital and the RppT Mri.r

, Invention 4/bfftii H<'mbled at Monticelln. THOMAS HUNT, 1 D, Iror of Physiology adPatholog. of affording.It 15 Chinoidine, 10" Nit Silver, Certinale(01 rarhge oSWholes----------------'IM.OO tal by the Physrdan. aDd Surgeon of those. Irstitctiona ,

!Hd. Rttttlvfd, That we endorse and ratify the bas been falsely stated that our school :Is "re- 1 Cinchona Sulph 10 ExtMcriesra, do. do. 26 JIll""......... .t.IIO /j
.arts of Kii'ul Convention; that we recognize in the I S D trograuing," but we think the following statement Morphia 2" Klatenum "0. d. f6 Quarters........... 3910 Thi Aoatouiical Rooms will !>e openelin October
( ? LLE } Demonstrators of Anatomy. 25" Act, 12" Cit do. do. ?Eil'ttlul.... ........ 17.1:5'HAVANA arrd dissections conducted daily by UM Demonstrator. -
lloa. ieocgs S. HAWKISH, tile Democratic CandiI W 0 NICfOL D quite sufficient to settle that question The number 11'0 a
date for Congress, onr standard bearer, and tliat I $ for Dissecting will be open on the second of matriculations in the Oglethorpe Medical College 20 Piperme 40 Quinine PLAN. V

; we delight to honor him worthy reprcscnt'the I Mondny in r. for the Collegiate year 1857-8, was 37 and graduates 6 Strychnine, 5 Veratria, -,, In the Anatomical Mosentrj ralaablfl addition

:, State of Florida in the Halls of Congtvha, and lH'reI I The Faculty are Visiting Physicians and Surgeonsof : while the re pt' numbers fo 1 same 8 Ibs. Pliospate of Am15 Ibs. Sulph Ether, Tlii* i* the old mod f Draring-Pritlt in one have been the made in model of a very large hal,ilia V
tratire of
monia, CO Chloroform, more and delicate structures of
him our cordial the Charity in the College, were abo.
Iy j ve support Hopit per; WJictl and Ticittt in another*,-Every Prize t* the human
t 10 Ibs. Potash, 30" Glycerine, ( ) body.
I the Professors in their Iu pure
Mr. D. P. i ,1n an eloquent manner Te accompany 1 6 Dram out.rtiiia A valuable and erdfeetiott fa
Itflljtxi eup- 2 Potash. interesting and in the from Rok
free of at
expense, enjoy extraordinary practical G Dar can b procured city, FATABLC if ,.. wrrnorr AMY AEDrcnotMaryland .
ported these resolirfioiii and fl1)kcJp o the past advantages. $3 per week A L S OSCO State Lottery. various ports of the system in a healthy and diseased.

I liislbry of our worthy Representative nith good I Preliminary to the Curse, Lcture will b delivered For further call upon, or address, SULPH EXTAR CLASS 9, slate, has also been added.HENRY
I I daily in the from H. L. BYRD, M. D. Dean oss. QUININE R. FROST IHan..
effectThe the first of October, on Clinical atr Hospital Surgery No Bronghton St, the Marshall House. Warranted--- pure, and which we offer low for CASIL To Ioc rftawn ia Baltimore' ,Md. atordar, Ang. ?Stb,1tm3. July 17, 1868. 29-Sw
Committee appointed to select candidates for 1 3 oppit 20,163 Prices I 40,000 Tickets I 11 l '
and other subjects, without any charge to Student August 14,1858. AMES ; LIVELY. .
nomination reported the name of Gen. A. K. Alli- *. THOMAS HUNT, M. D. Dean. Jul131, :858. 31 & \\ I' would call particular attention to the following Oak &; Hickory Spokes.rI ..

I eon and James M. Wilson Esq., who were unanimously Tire Administrators of the Charity Hospital, elect Our Illustrated Family Journal. splendid scheme, a package of 16 whole tickets UI E uoderiifrned give ootiee to Carriag ankerL .

ratified the and declared the annually, in April, fourteen Resident Students, who ., besutlnj la the Union." costing only f 80-and every other ticket being &e ,
by mcHing by The most weeklj -1 r r "" Planters that they are Bow ''tjagtafttl m
I are maintained by the ; 1 ; 1 warranted to draw f 10. determined by the cumber
chairman as the Democratic h'omuiecs for the legislature inttuto.uust ILLUSTRATED.-A First Class Pictorial the Prize Manufacturing Waggon and Carriage Spokta ErMarhmery. .
, ; thereupon, Gen. A. K. Allison, in a neat !1. 1858. LIFE Newspaper, which ought to be read by A Gift with Book even.drawing Capital odd or at Oov. Calfs Steam Mill at c TaJViIuu .

POST & MEL every family in the lad Weekly, at $2 a year, or f 1 ever ee Railroad Depot.taad willkMp erttf varielj.
and appropriate speech, declined regretting much for half a year. FOWLER & WELL. VTOKTH FOX 2 $100.UIL arnxamn SCHX'wLI oetuoned Oak and Hkkorff. coaaLu>Uy 1IuCI.
his inability to accept the nwitiation, and upon 308 l'nireof..inn-io. 4 .Ar roxima&'n 10...12M which they will sell oo aud .terms aa to .sit
) an
COMMISSION MERCHANTS Broadway /\ new deeertpiiv eabJoxna e e I ", ...... ftIIfIIt" '. ... JOo)
motion or Charles M. Edgerton EMJ, Daniel L. Ke I \) embraces a larger coikeuoif 0 Jlg 1. ". ........ 6,000" 0 .. M object to alf to pcichase frota"them The (JoH**iif
64 Poydrn Street, THE WATEK-CUEE JOCENAI. ndard. Ibal Biographical, und MiMHUoeons 1 II ....... f.OCh 4 It, ... Mt ia tl lie scale.of ewl> prices delivered at UMr'actorj: :
nan was nominated unanimously to supply the place I than oilier book evtabllshinmtIn U U
Bonks tolling .... .fOft. ... MtI *
f Gen. Allison. NV :X31A. Devoted to Hydropathy, its Philosophy and Prime l the cownlry Ual; al 0 ay e&iu Indueenl than ....... 1,11001I ( Buggy Spokes"per"thousand....4| eeota each
*> tics ; to Physiology and Anatomy, with numerousIllustrations ever before o / .to any : 1Ii0f 8 'a .. Mt ,** ** ** aett.,.......,...." '. V .
Three cheers were then given for Hawkins and REFER TO I ; and those laws which govern Life and Bend for a Catalogue. I :::::::::: 1110 Carriage and 1 Wae Waggoo Spokeper .. .
? I B.w. BVAKS l EVANS CO., Publishers U ....... :100 8 U ... .0 V
the candidates, and upon motion of John G. Smith, Mel Thomas J Perkins & Co, Tallahassee F Heaha. 91 a year. j.H. rawro f en Broadway,New. York Cltr. 1 U ...... 400t thouaaod..II **

it was Jietolted that the proceedings of this.mcct- L R. Harris A Co., Quincy, August, 1868. Cm-83 .. ........ 400 8 ....5o Carnage and 1 horse Wsgg-m Spoke V
Dcnbam & Palmer, Monticello, JOu.UL.Deroted 1 2nO Htt.4 "
t' iug be forwarded to the Editors of the Floridian & a Beard)
l Journal for publication after which the meeting Mr.James Denhm, Key Wet vat i.n and Improvement of Mankind. Amply ius Medical College of Geo;, 20,000 100 : :::::::::: 1: : : ::: .::::. ::::::::.200,15)0 iouna) 4" H to. .. k0-.I4iV.. .

th1jot1 nf'd. It M. LIPFOED. Chairman. Messrs. McNanght & Ormond, At Gco. trated with Portraits and other Engravings f _dat .11g'11s'taJ Whole Tier-cia 110,Halves $3 Qaart.en 11.M 6 horN" $ .2i; .

CHARLES A. BILES, Secretary. J. N. McKinnon c Co. Thomasville," year. .- .' .- A Managers'Certi3cisaof lack.sges 18 Wholes wbere 6 "MU.q,8,0. -

-Angus! 14, 1858. 83-ly_ For (CU,) in advance, a of each N'ex't Annual Course'of Lectnrca in this In persons do.wish to paythe: only.ltslves wilt ,be sent do.------------- ::.:::..:...'; Aa thia tt something new In'Fkmda we Wpe ,to .

Tr Dna copy TiiE will dl do: '18 Qnartrra do.......... 2'I) be liberally patronized. Call and seer specimens at
from tJie Fanntalar A 1th.We be begin on the first Monday in November
Tampa sq. Notice. of tree Jonmf..m one year. Specimens .II dl 1f-E'P&ba. do....... Ie Mr. KuLa s Carnage Sbop io TallaWaew.-
commence next, with an introductory Lecture by Pro
are informed that Cot Rogers has declaredhis -T\TJRINO my A'oelrm the State, ANDREW art time. sire. ,Subscriptions may Jones. The Managers have been compelled from the numerous V ." V ECRIEIDZ9iOO..

intention to have his name presented to the JL/ DENHAM is my general Agent and Attotney, FOWLER any A WELLS.SOS Broadway,N. Y. Emeritus P.of. of Anatomy-G. M. NEWTON, complaint* made t.e them of nn faith fulneaaon July 10"1858. 28
Tampa Convention as a candidate for Congrew. and GIDEON F. 10RRIS is my Agent and Attorney 7 1818. 32-St M.D. the part of those who have been attending to Uo 1 .

There seems to be some mistake in this matter- f .management the platato of E.C August Anatomy-H. F.OAMPBELL M. D. filling orders, to resume the correspondence business KEW..cAt1lt.1 .m f:,

Do Convention f s called, but the Central Committeeis and I C. CABELL, in county. noW T D GOOD AND GET Surgery-L. A.DUOAS, M. D. and ia their own name. '
requested to call one. E. C. CABELL. Chemistry arid Pharmacy-JOS..JONES, M. D. tff) Order Tickets from the Managers only rpiIR am.lcvsmgne.1 beeir1ik,4bip : V

August, 1858. 33SURS.- Paid for It I Institutes and Practice-L. D. FORD, M D. Address all Jotters to R. FRANCE A GJ, JL tens TaPabassee a,4 I'10O1t7 .IbaftBrokiwX M. bea
SALE or STATE FOMM.-We are satisfied from information altimoreHd. opened a.enrriagesbop Ia Gif plaeaj9iaieg '
an Agency fo The terms Pbysioloer and Pathological Anatomy-U.V. M. .
received that an article under the editorial TAKE such, there can be ou Pbet of loss,- CILLER M. D. March <. 1888. I(My ; LITW7 SUilM ,
in this paper, some two -weeks since, itat.lDgthat Every family will to obtain some of them. Uateria Medica. TberapeBtfea and' Medical Jnris- BOoXBnmnm'rUE ,
accounts not settled on ac- T) USSETT Factory, b gl beiUiog
; Gen. Carter's were P. GARVIN.. D. ia the fonaerty oetnciad jiyJ..".L"J'
particulars prndenCe-
ceciL of the absence of the Governor, has done his JLV 300. 400, a 600 pound Patent Balances, Fa FOWLER AND DemonStrator Anatomy-ROBT. CAMPBELL U1iDER.SION'ED.-IS NOW I where IMM prepared to do aU kioda J*'Vttfc i* aiaKaoi

Uxcelfeucy Injustice, and we cheerfully make this Steel- spring Balances SOff Broadway',WELL Yok M.D. P RED ,WITH at tie'shortest notice and .eettk uatt V
Porcelain lined
correction IL A. C. Crushed pen Xete1rwn August t, 1853. 82-St Assistant Demonstrator n.SIMMONS J D. TOOLS .AJTD Amy A y R SSJN BLK.T i 3 ,
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Oil ."rce*tor to the Professor of Surgery-H.- W. D.
FIn Bole- sit Newport. White Fad. Lamp a, L Oi Seed Se6d Seed FORD M. D. "OR'B.O'OK JJ IN DING such as carriage p.heij4 tnmoBioc; -.1...
f Paut butt;**and wagoos'and aU kI.4IVOIVq
was Ironght into p fo ator of Museum-T.F. CLBAVELAND.Tleketa r
The firrtUleof new cotton Potash ia ft pounds C FOR FALL PLANTING. in silks tencbe*,'and aolicha the patronage of tbea'Uaeoa Tb'e rSt ign.d u preperedT U tk, taiaf W,.1'
14th inst.,by Mr. Philip Tobacco f the whole Course...
Newport on Saturday last, Fine smoking and x .$105 00 Taflakassee and mi rounding country. Hi I werkuwelianjialbq falest,sljle ."v'' b,
T. Barco, of Wakalla county. H was bOught by Green and Black Te RUTABAGA I Green Owe Ibc Marticatation (to be taken Once).. 6 00 Shop kfa the Brie office farmerly occupied by Dr.I I d at the North: .. t I

Mr. D. Ledd at 12 cenU the let Soari,,Candies,. .S Tri I j -,,d Practical Anatomy (to be taken once).... 1000 Call opposiU UtEfiiaeopal CbnrcV He ia a nrae- All those who hare this Uad.of V .or'n. t,4dsnw.t

The tint bale last year 'vaageceited on John S. -ALSO-- Flat Dutch' | For further information apply to any member of UcalRad rfcad'fc4i-iBr flytl
ScManiber, from the plantation of Mr. Just received and for tile by the Faculty,or to the undersigned, and aa cheap aa H ass be doaw.e1ww J. )* ,et.io, ",W'tn t n 08' .
Mooring, of tills county,and was bought br Mwsre. For sale CrreeiSjrp'De A .LIVELY. KP.GAJIVJN, Dean. : CHARLES F1KDEISE5. '. '1 ; .A w *

ow IcNaught:. IS, 4 'imond- a J5 cts.-WmX* lima, .AnWt'by IS 8 $:-t EINJS. I July 17, 1S53. 29 AME August, 1558.. SJT ...Jul/ I'l, 1833. 2-ly. [OT S

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..t-tRS': 'TES & CIUS. E.: DYKE, I 'J 4 TALLAHASSEE;FLORIDA. receiving( from vessels io port, a small and MA>GFACTUHKR,or CoppERTm AND SOKET VJOT1CE is hereby gireib that application will b
in ARE
would JL\ toad to tha
THt'prolriet I I supply of GROCERIES including IRON WABE, WHOLESALE Afro RETAILDgALEZIN S ensuing Assembly of
A1io DouAU annum, in ad noCe. and the I' Sta.teofFlorida.to ehange.he name of LutTun'
: per Offee Sugar Lard Lc, Pale: Brandy and Wines.AlaoOiIe't'.ints PHUT FjTjfCr AND JArANED -
____ public, that lie has rebuilt Lill. I' ic .i rf<&a to ."d CStlegt. and alto a changt
TERMS OF ADVERTISING. II MILTON A CIIATTAIIOOCIICE, large.,Brkk. tables, at the. old stand,. arid is now I ', A o.I WARE. '. mater t in.t respects t tat of a
: insertiAs 'prepared'to accommodate his friends and customers I Stove IlcndQnnrtcr? COLLIGE. Signed the Trustee
One of 12 liues,or loss-,first tl 00 I I Bad
'square lie his Stables good Click- A large and complete stock of Ladies Gentlemen'sand JOHN
aoh subsequent (0 U. S. Mail Line also baa attached to a I A SPLENDID assortment Cooking. palo C. ,
smith Shop.wbere be will 'fe have done all kind*of Children's Shoes, Boots and Bootees. Also a ce May 22. 1858. 21Notice
Profestiunal Butlaes*Cards inserted at$10 per I I and Wood Stoves,trimmed with neatness I
Plantation work. Horse shoeing aud Can iage work in '. let stock of Dry Goods comprising in part Lady'sDress ----- --
I em1-Vc113r I and durability,at reduced prices.
anaom.Adrert'sewents p I I
and with and di.I Goods Prlr.ta.. Linens, plain and drilled,
the promptness
iflArrsd manner
not with the number ofioMrtIaaI very
Leaves Milton Tuesdays and Friday' at W Out Door Work.
Bleached and Yarns
wfil b. continued nntil forbid aud charged patch.November. : Bro 'n Dsmestics. Osnaburgs I
o'cloc1a. m. 5. 1858. 44 I &c.ete.ALSO I Roofing.Ornamental Front t Heads.Guttering.Copper IS hereby given that the subscriber Widow of Ma

1 fjf! 3ertfi{ ate ., pallioatioa of legal or estate Leaves Chatlahoochee Tttetday't and Softer- Buggies and Harness i A small but good assortment of Hats,Cap3,Clothing and TTi Conducting Pipes,Sheet Lead,Sheet ger Surles. late of Jeer county deceasedwill
Carriagea ,
Shirts Collars Neck Ties Ac ;. I Zinc, Lead Pipes, PaVehi Cistern Pumps. Shop work I, ,six weeks after apply to the HOB
I .will net be given until the advertising fee is day's after the arrival of the Steamer from ; togetherwith (
For Sale P. B. Brokaw. I i done at short notice. ,! of Probate of said
the Tallahas- by a general assortment of all other article usually of every variety Judge county, by petition lot
Apalachifola from
Subscriber baa received wanted I II' | dower in the Estate of my deceased husband, scoot-
just a merchants
tee Fla. and Bainbridge Ga. riFflE i City nnd Country
pAid.BtACKSMITHINGt of Carriages ding to law. ",
large supply S
IN GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK! S Buggies, and Harness, which he offers SUCH AS-. Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoie purchasing i REBECCA SURLES, WfJiV and

I\ LINE is now in first-rate order. The whole forssle on the most reasonable terms. Iron Hoes Spades,Shovels, Plows Straw Cutters I' elsewhere. Admt'z.of Mager Surles! de 'd
: -- I THIS has been renewed with new and com for.I November 18,1854. 46 Corn Sbellcr9-Shelf Hardware, Crockery and f r;.B. All articles mannfactncd from the very I July_n, 1858. 29SwNotice.

I 1 NOTICE is hereby given that able Hacks. The Driver are careful, sober and ac Furniture. Also-Flour, Poik Bacon Sugar best mleriallnll wa nnted durable. No other flIts ____

) lit. & Bvsit -" commodating. A liberal allowance of baggnge allowed !. MILES NASH & CO. Molasses, Lard. Corn, Salt, and S le wi for sale. :I .
be continued heretofore
EKCSS will
I to each Liquors always on hand, and replenished 29,1855. 42Wines
b at the OLD STAND of D. C. WILBOIT, in the passenger. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines &C. by each arrival from ..-- -" 1 ALL persons having demands a!ain.t tb EstateS

It name style and firm of AGENTS: JUST received from New Yerk per bark R.H.Gam- New Orleans, to meet I Syrups, &c. Donald J. Auld, late of Ln county .

i'.r H.: B. Fitts & Co. At Milton JAS. A. CrjAFFiN- a general assortment of articles in our line, I the wants of theIrCUSTmIERS. I I ceased, and all creditor legatees persons enti

. Geneva Ala, W. D. Mo*HOE, such as Oils of almost every kind Burning Fluio OLD Otud Port Brandy brarklmgCJt tIed to diltlitu. n :n Estate, are hereby noti
_I Grateful for the patronage heretofore extended them, I Lead Zinc and other Wiudow Glass of fled their claims and
Cumpbelton, J. W. SMITH White paints A\D FOR SALE AT FAIR PRICE Madeira Brandy Cheriick, t present demands to the Il
; ; they are new better prepared and determined to Mariana W. NICHOLS, I beet quality, Putty,Brushes. Potash Soda Sparkling I Newport, April I 24, 1858. 17 I Sardines, der-f/tied administratrix without delay and that tbe
, London Mustard, French Brandy best,) Sherry same barred at the
1 SPARE \0 PAINS Cbattabooehcc. D. COWM '. I Gelatine., (very Gelatine, Preserved Quinces, wi b tpiratio'of two year*
medicinal Spices. Pepper. Lemon Syrup Sparkling from d..lley exhibited within the
be taken with purposes same
Passengers can through certainly
fuvorth.o1 Extracts I Pears
their to accommodate all who ,
e n part may security and with comfort. Inks Quinine, Peruvian Bark, Fluid Extract Buchu.ctc. DENTISTRY.DR. Flayorio Tamarinds ANNE P. AULD.
I with their patronage ic, and a general assortment of Popular Patent I Powders I Administratrix with the Will
GEO. D. }FISHER Prop'r.and Con'r. auorxed
4 SUCH AS June 12 1658. 21-tf Medicines. We keep none but the very best and I T. J. CUR LEE, Spanish Corn Starch Olives, Pickles Spices, | July 10, 1818. 25SwNotice.

t I Ilorse Shoeing, Ironing and ItsO hope to merit your patronage. ""\TILL continue, in future, the pra<*- I Worcestershire Sauce, Sad OH, I -- -- -- -
; pairing Carriages and Bill A l 'I March 29, 1856 18 Georgia and Middle nnd East Florida. I English Mustard, C.If'r. \ .

: gies, Plantation work of \> y I WEBER DANNHEIMER, I He bad had several years practical experience io the I Claret, AMES A LIVELY. 'LL creditor,legatee, a prn eaJ.tlcd t",

every description, MERCHANT TAILORS WAK LLA1RONVORKSN"O"'CV S profession the last three of which has been in those o |t .1 ftistributicn.of and io C. Godbo'd.

AlUl$ Irons and repairing same, Ironing Wagons : : DEPoirt JF'la. I II suctions country. His work is of the meet beantiful I January 6,185C. i Leon t.'Uunty. deceased are hereby notified to'prcseut
ACD DULEas 1C ____ and durable character aDd satisfaction is guaranteed their claiu.s and deuuuds to (the undersigned
and Carts ---- I
I. in instance. and Sale Stable. administrator. duly :ultbtrti nteJ. within the time
r This Establishment is Now Under Blast. Liver
other of work made of 1
and iu fact every discription 1 All con>rruu"CHtions sent to } Fla, Mill prescribed by law f.r this notice: will be plead in bar
:L >_ ..> .ad SteeU all of which we WARRANT and pled! ;,* ANt -...- IoDlcela 1 undersigned gives u<*- of thur and aU
attention rtco\rry; ..ai.tS
receive as soon as previous engagementswill ) l prrn to
I ourselves execute at too 6wrt.est notice. GENTLEMEN81 FURNISHING GOODS. I the death of Mr Pond, Mr. Gio. i. KING I lice that he luis pur- Estate, are requested to male immediate

H. B. FITTS A CO. .---- ---- SINCE : charge; all communications therefore permit. _ chased the Livery tablc of to JAMES T. A ARCHER Admt'r.Notice. payment.
Feb.17, 1S63. 8-ly I SUBSCRIBERS are now opening, at relative to work, tc., should' be addressed to him. l William II. Xen som,in Talaha .together with the July 3. lf=3. :.-Sw

'fIlE Store next to Messrs. G.A J. Megin- Ji All work coming under the head of this business R rrnFXCEs : good will of the establiLmeut. and that he i is nuwprepared I 1----- -_ __ ._ ._ .
\ will be and executedat i to on bl8iueu in all its l ranthe-! -, 1I
ni Really carry
a well selected Stock of SPRING and r roinptly mechanically Gov. M.S. Peaar, Florida. I
SUMMER GOODS, suitable furGEXTLEUEyS as moderate a charge a. price of labor, die, will S and promises the public with good accommodationsin | .
juatify. S ii, P.; S1W\D. t.TLomanio, Ga hi. Hue OD reasonable term I I Mouths after elate I shall: present final
Tins Establishment is not kept up for the purposeof I : E Ln RICHARD SAUNDERS. aud vouchers to the Kworable
in )
consisting part of French and English Cloths, Ca llos. W. Judge
simeres find Teutings of the latest style and beet quality making money, (strange. to pay) as dear bought RBV. W. } MonleeUo, Fla p.6.185e SvJ I.of Probate Jefferson county. as administrator& of
E l"YILTON. ---- --- ----- '
which they are prepared to make to order in experience has derucnetr-tcd to me, it cannot be donein JIoN.J. l the! l:1teof A'fred V.. Ray'r, late of raid county

I.4I4T a workman.like aud! fashiouible manner up and OB REASOXABLE this region at this branch of business-bit for the COL. B. C. I:01.n1J)[ Itadison, Fla FULTON FOUNDRY, deceased and a.k for a di'eharge from said admin

TERKS. Also a good asortment of benefit of tbe unfortunate who happen to have Eu- (I sy. M. WIT SMITH, Alligator! ,FI*. istration. ALFRED: RAYSOR, Admtr.
gluts aDd such like, to repair. F1a.: I March 6, lSiS. 1.61U
April 61. Ta11ahnsscc
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The Patttrnt, StoeH, Machinery Tool, tt., being r beg inform the --- ---- -
of Fine Black and Colored
ci-nsiMing Cloth rrock
Large in Order, and Good Condition JL public that they have associated themselves in Notice.SIX
Coats I Cassimere Business Ladies .
Fancy Coats Black and To the
Jobt can be Turned Out with business, under the name and style of I
Colored Rowland! and Over Costa Black and Fancy m..itLs after date, 1 shall present final
2? and
(!tttc3 Dispatch. E. DAVIS returns her thanks to the my
Doeskin >.nd Cassiinere Pants, Figured Grenadine MRS. fardy, Baja To., I and vouchers to the lion.Judge of Probate
Shading Pullieo Plumber Boxes, Hangings for of Tallahassee and the sur/oanding \
; and Fiiiicy Silk and Caeeiwcre: Vrgts.ALSO of J f'1f,U'Q county, as administrator -de bonwnon"
Shafting Spur Gearing, Water and Steam Pipe country fur the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed for the of following the trade ofFveuders and of tie Ketutf cf J.In L. late
Ames & Livelv Lofton of
C cis, Gang Cocks, Crate Burs Plow and leave to inform them that she purple said
Stop Casting I begs ba are prensrsd to execute all kim! <>( deceased antI ask for
p received the well A good assortment cf black and fancy bilk cravats! Rollers, Circular and Saw Mill and hand and well selected assortment of county a discharge from salt
'TIA VEjus following forguand Srgar Upright now on a large work appertaining to this business. Steam Engines:
| administration. CEO.V".
t tffi tuuoitment of BRUSHES, which are and ties shirU, merino silk and cotton under ihfrU, (list Mill Gearing Circular and Upright Saws, tc.. I'. FANCY GOODS for the spring,which she will sell furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction. BLACKBURN.Aclmt'r.. .

offered for rale on as reasonable terms as can bo afforded collar, ,seeks gloves, i.c. tic. .!., Generally kept on Hand or got up on Short i upon the most reasonable trms Sugar Mills and Castings of all klhda 1'\le "ilhneatnus \pliIIO, ISiS. 15-Gm de boms'non
in The subscribers are new beginners and! not entirely In Fact.'Here it the Place for all that Want 1858. Plans
any Southern Market: viz: I Notice. t _.pri 10. ___ aud dispatch and I estimates funii,h d -- -
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I Paint Brushes, ground from 0 to 000000 uulnoun! to the community aDd they pledgeS Work in this Line Done up Right and with Dispatch. omIt kinds Machinery and Engineering. Theyare

I do do Copperbound from No. 1 to C, themselves to give jti,faction to all who may favor Having some halt a dozen Engiaes myself constantly :
White Wash Brushes of all grades and sizes. them with their patronage. ruuning, caused tbe Establishment to be erected- formed a Ginning C.ton. Grinding and Sawing, aud IlairieOn's months after date, I Miall present final
Window do Hor.e do J. WERKR the must it Therefore 1 TIE copart Mills fur horse my
same cause keep up. you can under the came style ofMyors Grit steam: or power. and ucLt-rs to the Hon.Judge vf I'ro-
Shoe. do in pairs and wkh top knoU L. DANNHEIMEU. always rely on having work done at the JOSEPH CARDY hate fur Jefferson county as ndaiioutrator with tb.

- H ta Root BaLl. Brushes, May 1. 18S8._18_ WAKULLA IRON WORKS. c GorD1a:, WILLIAM HAY, Will annexed office Estate Jeffrrsoo 3. Ellis. laU
do do Velvet do JOHN CARDY. of said deceased, and ask for tliol
I'' and continue the in all its branches at a hug.um
Horse Hair Flesh d> curved and plaiu, -wi bUlline SO '67.
May 221yiETN I said administration.
Tooth. Hair and Nail Brushes in great variety.Infant's NEW COO D'S But Here Comes the Next Important Thing. the Stand full Towle & Myes where they intend JAMES S. WALKER

C Horse do do Flesh Gloves do JOHN PRATOEIOTJS PAY PAY !!! PAY !!! keeping their branch a a.rmeDt iteS.and hope by appertainingto constant attention A lINSUACE Adint'r. with the Will annexed.
March IS, 1833. 11-Cm
I Wire bound Stencil Brushes You will send to New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore to merit the patronage heretofore extended .

. do do marking do MERCHANT TAILOR, and have work done, without for a moment to the late firm CONPAN -- -

Jjoo bound Roof do dreaming of credit, but here at home, where there are SELIM W. MYERS. S Notice.SIX .
Dealer in Ready Made and
Clothing R. B. '
Handle Scr ib do no Banks or Banking facilities,or surplus capital, you GORAS. II mouths after date, I shall final
Poonah and Lackering do Gentlemen's Famishing Goods. want I, 2, 3. 4 and 6 years credit, and then requireone Tallahassee, January, [16] 3-l Incorporated in 1S19.-Charter Perpetual. anJ voucher to the lion present Judge my of Probate
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Guilders tip. and Graining Combs -- -4.--- .- to ride from 50 to 600 miles for pay, and probably Jefferson count,as administratrix of the es

"Oamel's Hair and Badgers Blenders, ultimately expend from 19 to 25 per cent of Health Bitters. t tate of F.suds B.Stewert,late of said deceased
lam Fall and Winter county -
now receiving my sup amount in I Is this Is this CAI CAPI'ALIOOOooo.ISSURE
collecting right
encouraging -
do do Pencils, rpo those from Dyspepsia. Debility en ,and. ask for a discharge from aid admmUtration. .
Shaving Brushes-Badger,Buffalo and Bristle, ply of Cloths, Cassimereg, Yeslings, 4c., ojEvery Home Industry t If so, can Jos be surprised J. febled suffering or deranged state of the Stomach, AGAINST LOSS AND DAMAGE BY FIRE, ( ELSIE STEWART, Admtr'x.
that it does bot tbriYe'Arrangemcuts .
.Hat do Lc Ac. Bitters are recommended die ON TKRMS ADAPTED TO HAZARD, March 20. 1858. 1 -Gm
Color Style and Quality roust be made for before .. thee Ly TIE
Together wilh a large lot of Paints and Painters MaC } payment Faculty, a certain cure. For sale by AND CONSISTENT WITH LAM -- --- ----
of work, through House in this TIE
terials.Nov. delivery some place Notice---:
am prepared to make in the most COMPENSATION
.U, 1867. 47 up SL Marks,or Tallahassee-that is far enough from d OJ
Nor. 14, 1867. 46
fashionable style, on short notice home. B. C. LJWIS, Agent, SIX months after date, I shall present my final

AND REASONABLE TERMS You may be good but we cannot run after our For Talll1l\ and vicinity. and vouchers as administrator of the cc-
United States Mail Line hard in this when Montvale Springs 15. 1857. S3
earnings Department. Besides August taU of Daueon Dootwright deceased to the HOD.
-FKOM-- ALSO Labor is cr dited out parties try hard to make them- Judge ef Probite of Leon county and If k lor a <.-

NEW ORLEANS TO KEY WESTINTF.RMEDIATE A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF aches believe it is not half dime, because they owe EAST TENNESSEE, 1858. The Original Extra Quality charge. B.J. R. nOOnVRIGHT, Adou'r.

for it. --- March 50. 1858. 12SmNotice.
DANIEL LADD. --- -- ---
FRORIDA PORTS frm the South will have no detention

Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear, _Ness-_For July 11, 657..__28 VISIOR. Tbe Trains now connect promptly TREPARF.D expressly, for Puddin Ice On.J, t--------- .
COVKECTIB WITH THt snchas Cloaks.Talmas Coats;YeU, 1'nts&e., Ac, at reicaiog KnOxville nine hours sooner JL. Cakes, Bance Mange. :. Pie. Porriges, ,
STEAMER ISABEL which will be disposed! of at low prices. GARDEN SEEDS pint. By arngemenl made with the Ac. Received fresh by AMES J LIVELY. SIX Months after date shall present to tie Hon.
of Probate in
: and for the of il.id-
Also a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts. Collars, stage line, visitors Springs from Knoxville Oet.I,1857. 42 county
GROWTH OF 1857.YTTE lane, final account and administrator
Undershirts,Cravats,Stocks, Hosiery, Ae,&c. miles,) (nor hours earlier than last season, --- my as
... (2 of the Estate of Richard Harrison deceased and
1 weuld call the attention of our friends and
Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their thus saving fourteen hours I There is also a good line Florida Eeports.COMPLETE .
f I f the public generally,to our and shall then apply for a final discharge from said administration.
THE SOUTHERN own interests by giving me a call, as all the above articles present of Stages from to tbe Springs. I
Lcm In Tolnmes.J L M. HARRISON Admfjr.Way .
well selected Assortment of / fl ,
have been selected with great care aid with a Besides tbe acenrie. of health to be had
Steamship .Company special*iew to their adaptation to this market. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.Our in mountain air and scenery the undersigned can \ McDOUGALL 4 IOD Y. 8, 1858. 19- m
5,1857. 36Blacksmith --- --- -
October 18, 1860. ly-42 more and more recommend these watersin Sept.
Seeds are procured from a Cold Climate, and conl'.nty
OF NEW _ ORLE.UtSII.l Notice.
of South
consequently will flourish the better in a warmer one, the cure diseajC prevalent at the ; especially
taken the mall contract for above ports Call diseases originated in disorder of the Liver, and mouths after date I shall
such send orders final
as ours. :3F early or your present my
run two firet Class Sea Steamers regularly A. B. CLARKE and which comprise a large majority of cases. -S SIX
that you may secure the varieties you desire. iDJee horse Shoeing Establixhmtnt. and vouchers to the Honorable Judge ttl
twrao a month meeting In the Spanish Hole on the AMES: & LIVELY. For up systems shattered by disease, or SUBSCRIBER Probate for Jefferson county as administrator ex

15th and !9lb,and leaving the same evening. 18.now.receiving suitable forM his Fall and Winter Stock of January 18G8. 2 worn down invaluable.by excess of care or toil, this summer resort JL'PHE citieS Talliihaasee begs and I@uetoinforthe vicinity that HENRY officio of the Estate of Nathanial Foltom. deceased

THE STEAMER 8PRA YM is HICKd will on and ask for a discharge from said administration.WM. : .
W AEi Possessing great natural advantages,. the proprie. carry teBLACKSJIITl .H.ANDREWS, late Sheriff and
will leave New Port in the morning, and St. Marks Florida Railroad. tore lAt year began, and through the past fall, win- BUSINESS
Adf1l 'r.excffi io.
termiuus on tbe arrival of the Cars from Tallahassee consisting in part of French and English Cloths Car si ter aDd spriner have continued a series of improvements
S taking mail, passengers, baggage and freight to and meres and Vf stings of all colors, and of the best qual c w end which they believe will in all various branches and is prepared to execute May 1., 1853. 18-6m

from the Steamer,and returuiaj in season for the afternoon ity, Tiliich be is prepared to manufacture to order on meeting of the Board of Directors of'he make it the emblshment 10st watering place in the all orders with nel\tnee and dispatch. Ills work
S rain. the most reasonable terms and in the inoet AT Florida Railroad Company held at Feroandina South. will be warranted to be equal to that of any other Notice.SIX .

S The travelling public can now rest assired that this FASHIONABLE I Mr. S. LANIER, ( of House Macon ,Blacksmith here or elsewhere, aud will guarantee
MANNER, on the 7th day of November A. D., 1667, the following formerly Lanier months after date I shall present my final ae
I king desired aud frequently attempted commupica- Together with a'general assoitment of resolution was adopted : Ga,) is conducting In person these improvements satisfcutioa in every JOB. and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Pro beta

lion to and from the above ports is in such hands a WHEREAS The work on the Florida Railroad: having together with the Farms and! Gardens attache. He HORSE SHOEING, Rtpa'Ting and Ironing for Jefferson eeunty, as administrator of the Estate
t to wairant and,success. READY-MADE CLOTHING, the tender of his to 0 all Vehicles, plantation work, and all other -
I permanency advanced to a condition which brings it into useful renews e nice friend of John R. Blackledge,late of said county, deceased
I Passengers having slave servants mutt see to that will compare favorablyith nny stuck of Clothing connexion with the business of the iDtt'riorlnd and the public, and assures them that it is brunches appertaining to his business and ak for s discharge from said administration.

I oUaring tbem at the Cu.totu House, before going on ever exhibited for aalc m this city. consisting of (the practicability of a successful prosecution of it to ceasing aim to promote their comfort and happinessas wilrreceivccareuland. BERRY prompt aLen.tio. THOS.O. ODER. AdmtV

Fine Black and Colored Cloth and Fiock Coats, I the end being remiably demonstrated the Company his guests at Montvale.WATT R May 16. 1858. Wra<

board.3f": Also look after your Baggage yourself. Fancy Cass mere and Beaver Frock ai.d Businers I which nas thus far conducted the enterprise consider LANIER & CO. -Feb.-13-..-1858.---- Agent.--- ; -- '

I Fur fUllhcr partieuli.r Apply to Coat, that a point has been reached where they may hope June 19. 1858. 25-12t Notice.

DANIEL LADD, A t'llf. Black ansI colored Cloth, Beaver and Pilot Over- to be met by the confidence nnd co-operation of the Plows.

{ New Port Fla.. July 11. 1857. 28 Sack Snrtout. I planters and merchants of the interior: NEW FINE LOT, various sizes, "VTOTICE is hereby gin:.Gat six months after
Ra lal"l Black and Fancy Doe -kin and Cosslracre 37ttrrfvrr; ficsolrecl. That the Secretary be directed BOOK.JUST I A for sale bv -__ _L 1 date application will be made by the subscribers -

SCHEDULE OF TRAINS Pants, to invite subscriptions to the Stock of the Company n McNAUGHT, ORMOND i CO. I to the Hon.Jndge of Probate ef Leo county,
Beat Grenadine Satin and Cloth Vests o for administrator and adminw
Barathea upon the fame terms as heretofore, and to take Jan. 23,1853. 4 a final discharge a*
ONTUEPLORIDA Fancy Velvet,Cassimere Silk and Cashmere do, curl steps as may afTo-d tie most convenient opportunity :cu' I1OOIL& & IOVELScrV 5 5DORE _.. __._ ___h tratrix of the Estate of John Tatom deceased.

RAIL ROAD. White Silk do. to the inhabitants of the several interested -A Stroller in Europe; -A LARGE lot just re JOHN R.LLOYD. AdmtV.

GenU'ShawlDressing Robes, Tine Shuts, Silk, Counties to taU Sl<.:k.A EL GRINGO-Travels in Mexico; eIG 'I")S. ceived by PHOEBE Admfx.Msy20 .

Cotton and Merino Under Ehiits, true copy from tie minutes. DR. KANE'S Arctic Expedition; .1 McDOUGALL HOBBY. 1S5S. 2-6m

B "! Canto Flannel J Jeans Drawer GEO. W. CALL Sec'y. MEMOIR of S.S. Prentiis.Speeches.Ac.; March 12 d .

ALSO THE DAYS of my life-A novel by the --21,6' -- Notice.

LEAVES FEBNANDJNA DAILY, A general assortment of Fancy and Black Silk nnd In pnrsnanie tit the foregoing resolution, notice is author ISABEL of Margaret-A novel and Zaidce; New Slaps of Florida, SIX months after date shall present my final n.-
(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED) Satin Stocks Ties and Cravats, Collars, colored and hereby given that the books of the Company are permanently ARTISTS WIFE-A novel : \ and Touchers to the lIon. Judge of Probate
white Kid and! Silk Gloves Buck and Lisle Threaddo. open nt .Fvrnandml where subscriptions ; PUBLISHED BY of Jefferson county at administrator ex-offici

f\y arrival of Steamers from Charleston and Sa Ladies Gauntlets superior Linen, Cambric and may be ir.ade either in person or by letter, the VASCONSELOS Sinims e4e.&c.McDOUGALL new nova DREW.. Jacksonrille, Florida of the Estate of Ebbs Wade,late of said county deceased -

\J vannaL, connecting at Callahan with Stage for Silk Handkerchiefs Brown and Fancy Cotton, Lisle amount of the present afsetwmennt being 1' .oO on by ; and with Railroads and Town- and ask for a discharge from said admiaistra

Trader's Hill and Ccntrevill-. ; at Baldiriu with Thread and Marino i Hose; te, Ac CALL AND each shire of 8100.00. This company is the owner d HOBBY LARGE complete sale tion. WM. 11. ANDREWS, late aherilfandadminiatrator
Stage for Tallahassee; at Tail Bridge !with Sift- BUY- town sites of Ferimn.iica and Cedar Key and a1.o! July 4, 5. 27 For by McDOUOAL & ez,officie.
for Middleburg; and at Starke with Stigen fir N.vr Odutt'r 18, 1856. 42 750.00i) acres of land properly which lind been appraised June 5, 1858. 23-Grn

1 nansville, Gftii.svil! Mica opy, Fleniington and nt over S2.000.0UO,and it is believed: LInt a Fluid Feb.6,1858. 6White ----- -
Ooala. further assessment of from $S.OO to 10.00 per share Bug Notice.SIX

S. LEAVE Starke daily! (Sundays eieepted) on arrival A CARD. will be gufllckut to finish the rondo i OF A Ll.ju.t LIVELY.received and Lead. .

ol Stages and connecting at Frrnandioa with "VY7E, have understood from a reliable source, that GEO. W. CALL, SecV.. 31 by A11E d TJURE Extra and No., ground in Pure Linseed months after date. I shall present my final

S Steamers for Savannah and Charleston, on Monday, I T our temporary absence from the State has Jan. 9, 1853. 2-tf -January- --,.-1657.. ---- X Oil,just received,and for sale by : unt and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate
Tuesday, Wednesday and Fiiday. been (hy torn of our friend) magnified into a virtual ; LIVELY. of Leon county, a. administrator of the Ltate
t A. U. COLK, Sup'L abandonment of our busmen in New Port.. Notice.ALL Insolvent Estate Notice. ApiilJ. 1833. AME of Iircbard Regan late of said eeunty,deceased aol

May I. l88. 18 That imports are I*'mg carefully circulated I tbrou h. STATE OF FLORIDA ) -- 1 ask for a ditcbarge from said admin i tratio .
the that have sold tu>r3 out country, we out here lock, JEFFERSON COUNTY. J JBW f Cod Liver Oil. : G.GRlS8ETT.
John B.Scott late of Jefferson
stuck, and barrel and are clean gone." Whateverthe deceased June 26, 1858. 25-6m
.850,000 Cash county, are notified too them to the undersigned EDWARDS, Sheriff and Administrator
tUbtive the wish, we think may hare been father & PURE of tic celebrated"Brands" H -----
r 3,000 Bales Cotton to the thought with tLe reporters. Be this however, duly authenticated within the time prescribed i e officio, of the Estate of John B.Scott, late THRESH Clark Co.-&Rushton's. Notice.OIX

5,000 Leon County Bonds as it may we do as>ure our friuds. the public, that by law, or this notice will be plead in bar of their i of Jefferson county, deceased, has filed in the Fro gmn by 4 AMES &LIVELY .
and all indebted said Estate are bate office Jefferson county, a. written suggestion months after the first of this
we will next fall be a. able aol willing to tent recovery; persons I 15, 18S6. publication no-
THE UNDERSIGNED makes the following pro. them ar we hate trrr been heretnfore. Our Stock will hereby notified to inake imn1ediate.payruent to the Itbt be believes the Estate of John' B. Stt to be Apri 1 O tice, the undt"1".' .I,admioistrator of the Estate
to bill friends and customers viz: unJ lliOlIed. B. W.EDWARDS, Sh'ff. and : of John late ofLwn
be ample, and *e shall! expect all our cut>t.mcr to I t I Zinc White Bm-gdorff-deoeas.J. county
First-He will receive CanA in met:t for all Administrator officio.Motiticello. notice U to all Pue ,
pay continue their patronage, except those who cannot ex j Trefure given persons having ,will present hi.final account to ttte Judge of Pro-
amounts due him en notes, bonds or open accounts do so vilhotU material injury to tlitnmelief. June 12th 1858. 24-8w I said Estate, to ,appear and file the ( in prepared LINSEED OIL.) bite of Leou county and ask to be discharged.

Secondly-In the absence ef ea*",be will receive Very respectfully r I same wit the Judge of Probate of said county, n JOHN I>. REI CHERT. Admfr.

Cotton in payment for all bonds, notes or open accounts McNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. 1 Notice. or ,24th day January next; when there V/I7"E Lave just received a fresh supply of this new Hay 29 S 1859. J2- m
,at its highest market price. I will be a pro distribution of the V Y and beautiful White, wrrt from the manufactory _'
Newport Fla, June SO. (July 3, 1868. 27-2m) rit fund belonging 'I
ID the absence of Cad: and Cotton lie and offer it to the wkh most
Thirdly- months after.the first publication of this no to said amongst the er therel. public perfect Notice.
t will receive to the amount of 6,000 Leon County SIX .tie undersigned administrator of the Estateof which time tbe said B..W.Edwards will apply for coe.possessing all the qualities wbib ren

Bonds kt their market value,in payment of Bonds, Notice. Henry B.Bradford, deceased, will present his final his final discharge from the administration of said df most JI. viz: ltd incomparable SIX Months after the paUieatioa of Ui no

'-IIOt.and account creditors,legatees and entitled to account and apply to the Judge of Probate of Leon Estate. THOMAS J.CIIAC brilliancy of & ," frm.all pou He would inform his friends and customers that ALL persons Wee i" the health of the
of and in the Estate of Theodore county for a discharge from hIS administration of said I Judge Probat. -werrr of Antonio Botolo deceased late of Leon couoly.
bit payments for the months of February and March Turnbull late of Jefferson ,deceased hereby Estate. EDWARD BRADFORD Admt'r. July 17, 1858. 29- m inmates of newly r"f apartment*- its .durabilityin will present bis final account and Toncieri to the
county ,are
are very heavy and be feels confident in consideration notified to their chums and demands to June S, 1868. 23-6m the mot exposed situations, and its great superiority Judge o.Probate of said eousUy and ask to be dis
of the great indulgence heretofore extended, present Notice. I IA to Wit Lead la all t various use to which charged.R.A.SHINE Admt'r.
Bud Monticello
William at
tkeywill OffJl and,ALLcomttforward\ and availS ,my agent ,duly authenticated d the latter heretofore applied. For sale by _
within the time prescribed by bw, or this GoldI'ens. Lt persons having mnd against the Estate June U. 1858. 25- _
tii.nsewlveiothe Indocemeau offered in this advertisement S AMES & LIVELY.
of Satnurl Qale, l late decease
notice will be in bar of their and all Jefer county
plead. recovery A and .L a
S and pay at least an amount sufildeot to en : FRESH supply just received for sale by hereby notified to the .
able him to meet hU liabilitiea. Should there b> persona indebted. the raid Estate are requested to XXMYERS A GORMAN., duly authenticated present within the tiare .April3,18558. 1 Notice.

any (I hope rooe) whose eirenmstaocea will not eoa S in make fully immediate"authorize*payment! to fettle to the my aid ail EstaU agmt. who May Sf. 1868. 21 .' by law,or this notice will be pl4 1 i b prescribed of John Cromartie-Admmrsirt tor of tie Estate Month from the first pobfiealioo' Ikie' notice.
Recording Q : SIX
; Us them to comply.tYea io part I bcpe they will all 'winnbibil'.hf.. Baalaeeount -
to law. CAROLINE JURNBULL, Eit'x. I.their recovery) and persons E Fraokfia T.Cromertiei;deceasedva undersigned .
come forward at once,and say r\ close up their ac- July3lI8Z.; | .JSl4at{ Plantation Sale tate, are hereby notified to make, immediate payment ,' and vouchers as admratstfatot ef the Estate of John
tounU and make the very beat arrangement in their W. deceased late of Leon county to the
the James W. Catharine A",1e,
A.T D (Columbia State of Florida t ndenie
I power for payment hereafter. that be may know S ''SITU m county S .. WARDS, Sheriff and Elias Honorable Judge of Probate of said and ask
tFDX S le.I four miles South of Alligator. It consistsof a h bb
to depend DAVID 0.WILSON. S .
upon. : offici. Robinson to be
5 Fasoo,'Eleanor
Ffh.l3l88.tf four hundred acres office ,Marl and Clay! ,Land- Ad5dol e Ibd Ge.Rbo diaclwted..B.O.LEWIS .
i4 THE HOUS.wd LOT ovned by Mr.., There are all necessary Buildings on the place;a great July 17. 1858. and Charles Baaaerman, Admnt'r.May22,1858.
m.T. BetIOOAnd now occupied ... I IDr '. v n defendants are hereby ,21Notice.-*
by ripHE
many improvements have been made*od a paitof : : a'n. aife .
a Notice. .James S.Joite*..:Possession rAay benati .I tbe land now in cultivation. ConeUnt Water on Notice. : JL <.dit 0 L.

FOUR week after date, I shall apply totte Hon., on firet October. neat.' For terms apply tq'' the Land for man and beast Good titles, will be A 'LLpera/inahAving4eeandaagsiast the Estate of Fraolclia T.' dM -- .
of Probate of eSersoo for _, .CflABLEd 1fTCaL'iS>N. .deceased tion in the Clerk's office of Court of
county, an order give a There is also a Tract good.HaiBir.iick ad- 3-t of Jewish Mike! late Jefferson county,' "j .
and decree for The sale of a certain lot of Land July 17, 158,. :": ,i ik' joining the same which can be purchased 'Any one win take.notice that they meat present themto County for the sale of 'certain land* of said SIX nwotb from thfr4pnblicathsifthi1 sad

lying and being: in the Town of Mootwello, and iabing to eett.eJo this County wopld do well to the undersigned within the in. said petiticojordistribotion, and aaden gne ; .or L1a.,181& Jill

known as the Damon Lot;" containing two acres "Co _;W ter .: give me a call as I will give m bargain in try place. time prescribed by duly"atte' not. b pleadin a hereby notified to appear and answer said p t. ie5t1.mec&,I DIIt'IieJ'Jf2oek..aeeowit deeSaedJaZIofL'to "ela/r
more o-less belooginf to the Estate of ABU Bailey, j Any information can be given by addressing me at bar of their recovery: 'nd persons bed to ti OP Monday Ibe 1t day ef October px being, county. pruKt'S".etJ .
deceased, to be. sold for the patVMnt of the debts of A .FRKSfl" a'p p1y,7uittcceve" : nd for iDle by i Tostenucgeo,P.O, Columbia county. East Florida! aid Estate wn make immediate payment. first day of the regular: term rf. C Probate 01 dnt.aaduktob'HOUCK. Efx.

aid Kntat JAMES }.(AR.tER Admfr. .t1_ : AMES.4L1VELY* '. ) C. IL.\\-.COL"LI*, JOHN ANDERSON.Admfr.. :: JOBS Q.CROMJItTIE, i -. SUSAMTAH.
.A.ycU&t 7. If 69. 32-4 sept isfisi?. 'S8 June 19, 1IS8. ii! July 21,135 I *. 30-8w July 3. 1858. 27-Sin July 3, HiS. 1fu'J.

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