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 28, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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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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twenty one tiiou! ;as-d: two hti'idied and articlo tru'ity twentieth! .September eigh. MILES NASH & CO. .
[ :' I i'or lw< .( eighth: of tli.tv! t tr-a! inslal.nicnts ----.4. D. 1. ,;, -
n.\tLD.] j ? t fifty seven Uc'lais' and eighty six ce-iK tt lice teen hundred anJt'rj.ity: eijht, two thoasind: : : ,
('11F.. XXVt-An Act for the ndn/iMion t'f UiState I for cjursthr.: f.iurlh aitic'c! DIiALaaS l'l
per treaty per centum, for Miami Indians of InJhnr dollar! IMPORTANT .
of Kansas into the Union.Vor fouith DSCO'RY.:0
: January, tighteeii: hundred and fOrt)' ['- Senate's: amend natil K foart'i .- thtrea'y -!! ,I For perm Hient annuity in pec"e; p3r ?econd DRUGS! cj 5 P1ISTC -: )
third) instalment for the< tujipoit of one I I five, and fifth article treaty seventh August, f.fifc Jen*, ei, htec.) hundrcI I and fiufour ,- i article -ea'y iwenty ninth! July, eighteen nil. W. It f
: blacksmith! *h(>p for ton scrond I I I eighteen hundred and fifty six three thusandi j1 JiCINESJ |U OILS I
jcflr per eleven thousand ad sixty two dollarsand I I hundred and twenty nine, sixteen thou I tLia: has iirtroducrsl Us practice taa
.tide the dollar OF rir. ito
of of second .
? treaty August, eighteen I i nine .ind dollars. the
eighty cents.Miamics I S t receat .od important applies-
i lafurr.i their ncniU and the! public. 8).1.0.
hundred and hfly fnv, twelve bundled I| For fifteenth: of twenty instalments for ed- Kel River.-For permanent annuity ', For life annuity to chief, per third artirl!<' 1 "7"OULD! they hive on lmn.l A good asvutrccnt efruasrt'c1rn (tree of the <

arM forty dollars. ur.lyon., per fourth article. treaty tourth J50naTv1 in goods or otherwise, per forutS artk-1 'j treaty: twentieth Oct-b-'r! 'igileeni bundled 1 -is are generally! hept in their line busmen r.L :OTCO MAGNETIO MACUIMX.by .
Chippewa, McuowonopVinnb.igoe: : ', I I eighteen hundred and forty five, and treaty third August, seventeen hundred and i'r I and thirty two, tw > bp Iced dollira.: on.l i will I be r\coivin" reijulti ly fresh eupplies. Their which means: a currtnt t.f.lfctrtcy k'p.*.. and New York In.1hns-I-'or -duration doling I fifth aiticle seventh I rrnis shall be reasonable.T.ill.thajae through the tooth at the time of etr i. proja- I
treaty August, lig'i'een ninety five, five hundred dollars. I For life annuity: to chiefs, par third! article I c
tho pleasure Congress, per fifth IU tic I. hundred and fifty six, three thousand dollars. For permanent annuity in goods or otherwise :| treaty twenty sixth September, eighteen hundred .I !, April 9th 1S5- 14.. ____ dug a local CHLOROFORM Aoisthcsia: and to OR avoids t, BMof,- i I!

trcnly eUventh Augu-f. eighteen hundred and ,, For five JH.T ccnt'iiu, interest on two bud- per thr: < article treaty twenty first August and thin ty three, seven hundred dollars. i Dr. Miles HTNasET EHEP.
He h3 it !hi Ajtirisucceed.
applied number
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twenty seven, ono thousand five hundred j drrd thousand dollars, for of education I II For the of Con- c cues
I j purposes t, eighteeu hundn-d and five, two hundredand education, duiing pleasure I i 01 C2.S: iris PaOFESBIONAL SERVICES TO TUX CITIZIf.8 Of 4 AH agree that they experience tittU noTAIN I
dollars.ChicJcasnwa. i per Sx.! article I treaty seventh August, fifty dollars. ,giess, per third article treaty sixteenth O&o- I| : .esD5Ucao'isnis.eoiJslaY. _in the extraction. o .
--..>r fx>iti >unt annuity in eighteen liinijroj itd fiftjci*, H n IiuU.-ai'.ll! For permine:.i annuity' in g.Crts or ( < ier. l her, eighteen hundred :nn l twenty six,!".couti I / \r MUt with )'. JI. iST 8hJmmeaiateiy castor tee I -' ,- ---- ----- .' ;
goods, per act of twenty fifth February, seventeen I I doll trs. wise, per third and separate article to treaty I si tide tieaty twentieth: September, eighteen \J. Tost office.g I
hundred and ninety nino three thousand .ia\varr'. .-For life nnnuity to chief, perlsivate thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and 1 I hundred airi twenty eight, and fourth article I -!r.y' 1855.Dr.. .J ;I FAHNESTOCK'S

dollar' :\ aiticlc to supphmental tu.at I twenty nine, three hundred and fifty dollira. I treaty twentv seventh October, eigh'een hundred J. E. Leavitt, I I

Coctaws.-For permanent annuity, per I 'louitljSeptembereighteen, hundred and twonly \avijoes.-Ior fulfilling treaty stipulations aud th'rty two, fivi thousand- dollars.! i

sl'condttido treity: sixtecnt'i: Novemher, I nine, to treaty of thiid Octo! er, eighteen with the Navajoes, pursuant to tho rerprre-: For permanent provision fur tie payment OlFEBS HH in PROFESSIONAL NASITS NEW SEBVICE3 BUILDING TO THE ItBLIC.OFFICE the I "ERMIUGE;

eighteen ha1t1rt'i1I1J five, and thirteenth ar. ,i hundred and eighteen one hundred dlllbs. ments of the tenth article treaty ninth September I of money, in lieu of tobacco, iron, aud steel!', '. near j

ticlc treaty tw. 1.ly second June, eighteen I| For intans- on forty m thousand and eighteen hundred and !orty nine, five i I per second article treaty tW lllie'l: S<*ptember May S2._ 1853. 1_ t ,

hundred and fifty fiie, three tLousand dolhrr. ; tighty dollars nt five per centum l eing the thousand dollars.Nisquaily 1 1i eighteen hundred and twenty eight, and AI ED icih 'SOT I f E I CmLDREf AND. ADLTflIU135
!I value of thirty .frix "rtioii4 of land set apaitIY Puyallup and other Tribes and I tenth article cf the treaty of the fith aivl seventeenth 'TAPE "WORMS.UTTAIL .

For j ll cn.i.iu nt ai-.ouily for snppoit of !i treaty (If (" eighteen' hundred and twenty Hands of Indians.-For fulfilling tha a-ticl'-s : June eighteen hundred and forty -----.0- : P1C U CT8. 'I

light.horsemen, per tLiiloonth article tro.tveighteenth I nino for pducnton.: per resolution of Senate negotiated twenty sixth December, ciglitcvn six, three hundred dollars. Drs. Robertson Bond i Mir AUD AS*poLa *prtprUUrt, .

October, c-ightecn hunduU andtuenty. I i nineteen h Janmry eighteen Inndred nnd I hundred nnj l fifty four, \vith certain binds of For permanent provision for fifty barrels I HAVING f>rrneil a co part ership in tire ptnclic B. A. P.I'J* Co,,PttUbor t, h :
And thirteen'!h article! ':\ twenty I thirty cigh, and fifth article Jreity foixthlay Indians of Puget's Sound, Washington Ter- of salt |per second artirlo of treaty twenty profusion offer tlizr terTrev to Ire citizens t liB I A. IAHNE3TOCK.HULL 1 r Pllll*dtlnhl.h /

sl' onJ: June, eighteen hundred and"fifty tin":, I I eightten Il1Iu.r-d nnd fify: four two thousand | litory. ninth July. eighteen hundred and twenty nine, I of Tallahassee and surrounding c oimtry.CfjT Ett 'WHOLESALE o1.rl CLIFF ST.
Office Store occupied liy DRU68ISTS,5I
six hundred doll! r!. thrice hundied and four doll:.,. i I For fourth instalment, in part payment (for two hundred and fifty dollars. I ton A IJi iggl. over the lately [ arn7.fT.abm.d.ei.i.&il 1/

For pcrz.tnnt rrovition for education, I I For firth of eight equal i instalments' for payment relinquishment, of title to lands to bo appliedto For interest on six hundred and forty three Feb. 23. C7 ?.t1 *_ i amine the murals.f U*Dame\be son fv*i e 4 Q
per st'c.Il.1ric:: treaty twentieth January I of fj.c.chll.f>, per sixth article treaty I. beneficial objects, per fourth article treaty j thousand dollars at five per centum, per seventh --ETllARNARD.Tr. I Only g nWiM B. Ttrnntrocf't .I

cighteccn himircil ar.tl I 't twenty five, nnd thrV.teonth I fcixtli May, eighteen hundred and fifty four, twenty sixth December eighteen hundred and I article of the treaty of the fifth and seventeenth ,

aitirle treaty .Uveiity second June, I one ilo'i'andlfro hut.dred! and fifty Jollara.I fifty four, two thousJnd ollars. June, eighteen hundred and fortysix WIr.L CONTINUE Till AMES & L1VtLY. i.

eighteen )huiuln.-! and Cf \' hve, tix thfUt>and I FIII hl:1 Indians, or t'lUinfJlc's.-l.'or the I For: fourth of twenty instalments for pay I thirty two thousand one hundred and fifty DRUG & MEO'IC'INE BUSINESS Sole !I TaU

dollars.l'ur i List of flu en inst.iimcnti ill goods, per sixth of instructor smith, physicians, carpenter, I dollar :3?" AT TUB OLD STAND S1GX _JE3 April 10. 18C8._ ._ 15lyMEDICAL 1
permsuenl pro\i I ian (or Macksrr.tili, i \I tide treaty Jointh Januan, eighteen huu.i I farmer curl assistant if necessary, per tenth Pottawatomies of Huron.-For pcrr. tnrn'tullluity NOTICE. II

per sixth: rrt'cte tr aty eighteenl'i! Oetob. r, i died .*.od for t Ly five, two thousand (dohr! article treaty 'twenty six December, eighteen : in money or otherwise, per second .
eighteen T"indrc and twenty, and lUrteei.tharticlo : I l'or the las> of Pftecn !lIst dnionts in mon- I I bundled fifty focr, liar thousand five hundred article treaty seventeenth November, eighteen OF THE f85f MOUTAK, Dr. Wm. F. ,

treaty twenty wcond June, fi huen e\', pir sixth article treaty fourth January I doHars.Omahas.. hundred and l seven-four hundred dc' :"!. I I OF&iUI ma i-aonssio She nu, .

hundred ?-lIll filly l n'. six hundred dollar I eighteen: hundud and frty.lin', mill fourth .-For the f first of ten insta'menls Quapaws. For education, daring tho Corner of Clinton and Monroe strub,Tallabassee. / kFFICE adjoiDing that of Dn.-OamUe. ] A Betton.

For permanent prut'MOD for hon and steel, article treat} ninth -lay, lightceen hundred I of this amount, being second of the series, in pleasure of the President, per third article January 19,1856., .___8, __ ____ __ V May 8, 1858. 19-ly

per niti'h! article treaty twenlifih, January, I :i..d tliiity two, t three Thrc-and dollars. I Ii money or otherwise, per fourth article treaty treaty thirteenth May, eighteen hundred and WIEDICAL NOTICE. -'- : ItIEDIVAL NOTICE. -

t rhen hundred! nnd twenty 'five, and thirteenth I i Iowa=.-For interest in )lieu of investment I sixteenth M.ircli, eighteen hundred and fifty thirty three, one thousand dollars. .e_ .

article of treaty twenty second June, on fifty seven thousand! fivs hundred dollars four, thuty thousand dollars. For blacksmith and assistant shop and A. FEELER. ; ." .. .z. C. BVTES. Dr. A. FJBLAKE .
; eighteen Fiundr-d .:nd fifty five, three hundred ; to the first July, eighteen hundred and fifty For fourth o( k n instalments for supportof tools, and iron and steel for shop, during the -- t

'. and twenty dollars.! nine, at five per centum, for education! or a mil'er per eighth article treaty sixteenth pleasure of the President, per third article Drs. Peeler & Bates, CONTINUE to Ceutreville offer his FrofewioMl and adjoiolngoWr Serriee t J'

Fur interest t on fivo hundred tlll1u:11111,1..1. I other beneficial purpose, under the direction Alan, eighteen hundred and fifty! focr, six I troaty thirteenth May, eighteen hundred and I HAVING associated themselves in the practice : brho eiliep Ruiw. changed t Ceotrenlle Oee :

[ hire, at five por centum, for cducatiu.i and t of the PiesSdent, per second aiticlo treaty hundred dollars! thirty three, one thousand and sixty dollars. their services to the and Public Surgery, In the respectfully treatment of offer all hi re.ee. 1

", other benofici.il purposes to bo applied; unifer nineleenth October, eighteen hundred and For fourth: of ten instalments for supportof For farmer, during the pleasure of the jl acute as well as chronic diseases vf all characters De.: u-t

the direction of the general council of the II tl:iity, eight: and ninth artido treaty se\en blacksmith and assistant, and iron and President, per bird.article treaty thirtee.thIt Office Wankeenab, Jefferson co, Fla. HILTOir

Chocta\\s in conformity with the pn.usion teenlhMa)% eighteen hundred and fifty four, steel for shop, per eighth article treaty sixteenth eighteen hundred and thirty three, six Jan. 9, 1358 2-tf _ GWN at La i
contained in the tenth and thirteenth aiticle* two thousand eight hundred anj seventy five March, eighteen hundred and fifty four hundred dollars. ,
of the treaty of twenty second June, eighteen dollars. nine hundred and forty dollars. Rogue Rivers.-For fifth of sixteen instal H. H. BERRY, TALtAIIASSEE, FLA.

hundred and fifty five, twenty five tliousan.1 I Kansas.-For interest in lieu of investment For fourth of ten instalments for supportof ments in blankets, clothing, farming utensils, Auctioneer and Commission D. \V. '- >!V,

doll i r?. on two hundred thousand dol'ars at fanner, per eight article treaty sixteenth and stock per third article treaty tenth September MERCHANT. Gwvn&ili rMstb

For fu'filling treaty s'ijmlations with the I five per centum, per second articlo treaty :March, eighteen hnndred and fifty four, six eighteen hundred and fifty three, two Au.suAssazFlaSept-29, l85. 89 JLL practice of Law, wi give their joint ae

WAd us InJinn: tribes : I fonsteenth January, eighteen hundred and hundred dollars.Osages.For. thousand five hundred dollars. to all bushvsa entrusted t tem They 1i1.t
t interest nine thousand Sacs and Foxes of MisissippL-F'or S. S. KNIGHT, tho Sgprecfe X>crt;the Coa'u
Camancln-3, Kiouas, and Apaches of Arkansas fory: MX, ten thousand dollars. on sixty per Circuit TallahaMee and
at ,
River.-Forfifl'iof; ten in&tJnunls I Kaskaskias, PeoiiasVeas, and Pianlc- : one hundred and twenty dollars, at fire manent annuity i') goods or otherwise, per AUCTIONEERS. COMMISSION MEfaHAST! Com U Cur Oadsdep. Wakulla, J.6e a t anoT

for the purrhnse of goods, provisions, and agricultural shaw*.-For second of throe instalments of per centum, being the value of fifty four sections third article treaty third November, eighteen TALLAHASSEE, FLOHIDA. Hamilton COUGle. Office at the Cub ioTallahassee.

implements, per sixth article treaty I nine thousand dollars for the years eighteen of land set apart second June, eighteen bun !fred and four, one thousand dollars. I September 1, 186.. ,J>6 _ I j
twenty seventh! July, eighteen hundred and hundred and fifty seven, eighteen hundred hundred and twenty five, educational purposes For twenty seventh of thirty I instalmentsas I .u March 6,1888. 10-ly i iHOGU

firty three, eighteen thousand dolLns.Forexper.s'S \ and filty eight, and eighteen hundred and (fifty per Senate resolution nineteenth January annuity in specie, per third article treaty T. W. BREVARD, Jr., &ALMAW !

transportation of the fifth ni )e, per sixth article treaty thirtieth! May, eighteen hundrel I and thirty eight, three twenty frtt September, eighteen hundred and .t'tor1'1ey a't X.iEVW, > U
of and thousand four hundred and fi'ty six dollar thirty two, twenty thousand collars. TALLAHASSEE, FLA. COUNSELLORS
: 'o'f instalments goods, prmisions, eighteen hundred in I fifty four nine thousand -
Ottoes \Jissourias.-For the first often For twenty seventh of thirty instalments April 24, 1858. 17 XiW n
t agricultural implemei t:. per sixth articlo dollars. _ ",
hundred instalments of this amount, being the second for gunsmith per fourth articlo treaty twenty formed partnership in U. practice of
: 'treaty twenty seventh July, eighteen For the last of fire instalments (or support HUGH A. CORLEY, HAVE
thousand'dollar. s 'ries i in or otherwise, fourth first September, eighteen hundred and thirtytwo and will attend to atiy ptbfeseional.baai-
'and fifty three, seven of blacVsnith and asUtant, per sixth article money per .
t: Creeks. For annuity in thirtieth Mar hundred and article treaty fifteenth March, eighteen hun six hundred dollars. Attorney at Law, ness entrusted to their eae. '
permanent money treaty eighteen D. P.IIOOUE,. ..A. PERRY AMAKE&
For seventh of instalments
t ''per fourth article treaty seventh .August sev. fifty four, seven hundred and! twenty doltars. dred and fifty four, thirteen thousand dollars. twenty thirty TALLAUASSXB, FLA. May 11858.. 1
for iron and steel for fourth article
For fourth of ten instalments for of shop, per
" enteen hundred and ninety, and fi'th! articlo pay tT. 1857 S-ly '
, treaty reventh, August, eighteen hundred and For the lait of five instalments for miller., per seventh artele: treaty fifteenth treaty twenty first September eighteen hun A. HT. :
purchase hundred and four dred and thirty two, two hundred and twenty & McClellan ..dah.ttcrn.oynt 'La-
z fifty fix. one thousand five hundred dollars. of iron and steel, per sixth article treaty Match, eighteen fifty six Yonge ,

: For permanent annuity in money per fCC thirtieth May. eighteen hundred and fifty hundred 1 dollars. dollals, .'t'torn.eya a't I..ciW.rLacricz Tallahassee, F rid.
For seventh of instalmentsfor
ond aiticlo treaty sixteenth June, eighteen four, two hundred and twenty !ol'.ars.Kickapons. : For fourth of ten instalments for blacksmith twenty thirty IS ALL THE COURTS or WEST FLORIDA. "- ILL practice in the Mid;
and assistant, and iron and steel for forty barrels of salt and forty kegs of tobacco t die and the Supreme Court of 1Li4
liuiulred and two, and fifth article treaty seventh For fifth instalment of interest Office at MARIANA. Di8trat
hundred and six I shop, per seventh article treaty fifteenth per fourth article treat! twen'y first : and th Cur of the" tdUf'8tat"I.Ta.baaee. :
August, eighteen fifty five centum hundred thou C. C. YOXOE.J. F. McCLELLAN.
at on one I the
per hundred and thirt. tr. over
March, eighteen hundred and fifty four, nine Soptemb, eighteen two Ofce 8te o el.
three thousand dollars.
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sand dol'ars! (or education per second article thousand dollars. March 13, 1838. 11-tf
hundred and dollar I one ;
For tnanent annuity in fourth forty Jan. 80,1858. 4..
pei money per hundred and
treaty e'tgUeenth May For fourth often instalment f farmer, For interest on two hundred thousand
al tide treaty twenty fourth January,eighteinhundred per Beni. F. Young
four five thousand dollars. .
fifty seventh article tl cat) fifteen March, eighteen dollars, at fie pej ceutum, per second article A. J. .
i and six and fifth article
seventh August'eighteen twenty bundled lixty treaty six, j instalment i For tho payment of hundred this sum thousand as tire fifth dollars !. I hundred and fifty four, six hundred t dollar I treaty twenty fiist October, eighteen [ rf)1l 1]W J U1hTJ i1 LAW & PEELR'8.1. ,
two .
upon hundred and thousand doll.us.
thousand dollars j I Oltowas and Chipp was of Michigan.For .- thirty seven, ten A5DSOLICITOR TAIXA'USSS: 1XOSIDA.. '
twenty I he in hundred and
to paid eighteen fifty thiid! of ten eqail annual ins'ahnents for I : I IN EQUITY r
fur Llacksnith sntDiso'Aho'omatrz
For AUS n vex SAME
permanent provision second article omc-K rr "
and asbUtant, and for shop and tools, right, .per treaty eighteenth educational purpose to be extended [expended For interest on eight! hundred thousand \7ILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern Cir THE DOOR Or Tilt FLOKIDIAX A JonKAL OrfTlCKl '
|per hundred and four foul
article fourth I May, eighteen fifty teen ] under the direction of the President, dollars, at five per centum, per second T I cult tiC Florida, and the Federal Courts. "\:TILL Practice in the Circuit Courts of Oadtdea.
eighth treaty twenty
I thousand dollars.Menonionees.For! eleventh October arti-I ,',u..Jcuu.OOUNTT.. I Y Y > and aaJattead
eighteen hundred and \ six, and fifth according to the wishes of the Indians, so cle Ueety eighteen (OKFICB AT 6AIXSTILLB ) Leon, Wakulla.Jefferson Madwoo,
article seventh hun third of twelve in!tal- far as may be rl'asonableo'1d just, per second died and forty two, forty thousand RKFEREVCKS.CAPT. : promptly to the collection of note arid accounts -
: treaty August I merits for continuing and keeping a blacksmith Sacs and Foxes of lisouri.-For interest Lucas } I in any of said Counties.
dred and fifty six, eight: hundn aud forty I up article of the treaty of thirty first July, J. J. Fob.271858. JMf I
, dolI.iiB. t shop and providing tho usual quantity eighteen hundred and fifty five, eight thousand on one hundred and fifty seven thousand four I COL J. D. AIKS.T, t CbcnlrsionJ5. C. J
and s'eel, fourth article hundred dollars under FRASER & TnojiPsof, )
of iron per treaty dollars. at five per centum,
t For permanent provision for iron and sUed DK. JAMeS S. JOXES, j'alllJhalSu. Ha. Isabella rftrr l
October, eighteen hundred andIrrrty tho direction of the President second Hojttse-
I .
: for fchop eighth article treaty twenty I eighteenth I For third of five equal annual instalmentsin per article June 1\. 67. 23WILLIAM ;
fourth hundred iud eight, and third article treaty twelfth agricultural implements and carpenters'tools treaty twenty first October, eighteen ----- ALBANYGEORGIA.
January, eighteen twenty eighteen hundred and I fifty four, nine I and hundred and thirty seven thousand SCOTT
and fifth article Fctenth May, household furniture, builJing materials seven -C '
I sx eighteen hundred aud treaty fifty six, two hnndred August hundred and sixteen i dollars and sixty fcixcents. I cattle, labor and nece-sary' useful aT eight hundred and seventy dollars. ATTY .AT LA'W, THE above HOTEL' Albany.l(ha present' (era- 1

aid dollais. tides, per second article ef the treaty of Seminoles.-For the second of ten instal MONTICELLO, FLA; of the Georgia and Florid*. Railroad, U .

For seventy for lie of For third of ten instalments of annuity: up- thirty first July, eighteen hundred and fifty merits for the support of school, per eighth Jul "30,11533. to tljaa DOW open for tLc reception of the'o .
t peini.inent provision pay a on two hundred l thousand dollars, balance of li ict', fifteen thousand dolhrs. article treaty seventh August t". eighteen hundred --- --- -------- -- TRAVELING .PUBLIC. '
i wheelwright, per eighth article treaty twenty three hundred and fitly thousand .dojlara for l'or third instilment for tho support of and fifty six, three thousand dollars. FLOYD & HOLLAND The House and Furniture aie DeT. 7T, rrrprie 't

fourth January, eighteen hundred and twentysix cession of lands, per fourth article treaty font blacksmith shops for ten years, per secnd For the second of ten instalments for agricultural tor is determined to make it a .

and fifth rtjcle treaty seventh' August, eighteenth October, eighteen hundred and '. article of the treaty. of thirty first July, assistance, per eighth article treaty Attorneys at Law FIR$T CLASS HOfEL, i.
eighteen hundred and fifty six, six hundred forty eight, and third urine treaty twelfth cightee-n hundred and fifty five, four thousand seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty 'TILTpraetice in the Circuit Court of M! dolUrs. I > T and West Florida, atd ip the Supreme Court nests, to merit patronize.of the Public. :
hundred and four thousaud dollars.
eighteen fifty twenty I hundred and elollars. six, two
May two forty
For thdmithnd: assistant.and shop and f the State. Also in the District Court of the Uni L. H. DURHAM. Propri t rr.
tool during the pleasure of the IVe i lent, I thocszr.d I dollar For third instalment of principal payable For the second of ten instalments for the ed States,in the Northern District of Florida. Albany Gx. May 22, 185$. 21-ly _.
Miamies of Kansas.-For permanent p' 0II annually for tca: years, to ba distributed percapita support of smiths and smiths' chops, per ._ R.-J. FLOYD, Office Apalachicola, Fla.
fifth aiticlo Fcbru.v\,
per treaty blacksmith and assistant: and iron in tho usual of pacing ann.ii- seventh D. P. HOLLAND, Office Quinsy! Fix .
vision for manner eighth article treaty August, eighteen J TY 6..u.wa
t hundred and thirty three and fifth SI .
eighteen Dec. 22. 1855. H oL
article s'enthug't1st, eighteen hun and steel for shop, per fifth m tick treaty tieper second article of the treaty of thirty hundred and fifty six, two thousand two _
treaty II hundred and hundred and fifty five tent dollars. WILLIAM S. DILWORTH,
dred and filty six, eight hundred and foity sixth Octol er, eighteen cig'iteen fi'stJuiy, eighteen hundred JOHN L. DE30XIT,.
dollars. and fourth ar iel,' treaty fifth June, eighteen lousunu dollars!? For five per centum interest on two hundred Attorney and Counsellor at Law respectfully Inform the pabfii- ftt ft*
I hundred and fifty four, nine hundred and forty For interest on two hundred and seventy thousand dollars to be ] WOULD d the CITY HOTEL k .
and lbs
; For iron and t>tet] for shop during the pleasure fifty paid FLORIDA. ( >ov M
t dollars.! six thousand d< liars, unpaid part of tho piin- eighth article seventh O:71C.LLO Brown Hotel) and will take charge *Q'the drat ot
of the President, per fifth article treaty For permanent: pro\Mon for miller, in lien ci al sum of three hundred and six thousand as annuity per hundred and six '1\/"ILL practice in the Conrt of the Middle Cir May next. His.untiring ezertiosM will be aaedto sin
fifty ,
fourteenth February, eighteen hundred d August, eighteen \V cuit.and Tholn.: f Ind Lde County,Ga tatinfaction'to all who wUI patronize LJm.
mith fifth article sixth October dollars, for one at five centum
of treaty year per per
thousand five hundred dollars.
per .
thirty three, and firth article trea.ty seventh gun twelve \Arch S2. 1856. April 24. 1858. 11
: eighteen hundred and eighteen, fifth annum, to be distributed per capita, in the -- ---
August eighteen hundred and fifty six, two Seeecas.-Forpermanedt annuity in specie LOSe( CALBRAITU
; ,
article treaty twenty third October, eighteen u ml manner paying annuities per second & Nathaniel Hamlen
fourth article ninth
hundred and seventy dollars.For hundred and thirty four and fourth article article of the treaty of thirty first July, per treaty twenty ATTOREn AT Law TALHIIASSEE. FLA.

wagon maker during the pleasure of treaty fifth'June, eighteen hundred and fifty eighteen hundred and fifty five, thirt'-cn thou September, eighteen hundred and seventeen, Iiollars.For ala
hundred MA.LONO
the President per fifth article treaty fourteenth four, six hundred dollars. sand eight hundred dollars. five in the practice of Law No. 38 Pojdrw St, New Orleans,
hundred and three permanent annuity in specie, per Middle Circuit,tie Supreme ,
February eighteen thirty their of eighteenth of twenty For thrfd of ten equal annual instalments, will attend the Cotrtaia the o' "
For proportion
And fifth aiticle seventh August eighteen fourth article treaty seventeenth September, CocrU and the District Courts of the United
treaty instalments in second article in lien of former treaty stipulations, to be Rem0 GOT.James E. E Tallaiiwe *j'Creole
hundred and fifty six, six hundred dollars. eight money November per eighteen hundred paid per capita to the Grand River Ottowas, eighteen hundred end eighteen five hundred Statei at Tallahassee.Officeoppositethe Court. House.October. KL Walker,Esq.,. t.
I treaty and forty, and fourth article treaty fifth per second article qf the treaty of thirty first dollars. .28. 18S4._IT_ Oca. Wm. BaDej; Jeffenoo- 'eooatr.SSZ .

For assistance in agricultural operations 'I June eighteen hundred and fifty four, five July, eighteen hundred and fifty five, three For blacksmith and assistant! shop and J.T.J.LbUa.Esq.0 Pntam, F.r.,, Mdl.o till:
bring tho pleasure of the President, per eighth thousand, six hundred and thirty six dolllirs thousand five hundred dollars. tools and iron and steel, during the pleasure Hanckel & Nowel V t l1JeD: JJudItoM"e :.

\ article treaty twenty fourthJanuary, eighteen and fix centll.I Ottowas cf Kansal.-For their proportion of the President, per fourth article treaty --- Btetle, .Es '
hundred and"twenty six, and fifth article treaty I For thirty interest on fifty thousand dollars, at of the permanent annuities in money goods, twenty eighth February eighteen hundred '* -AJID. AGe, ..E.qa.dea 11". .' -

seventh August. eighteen! hundred and fifty six five per centum, for educational purposes, or otherwise, payable under the fourth articleof and thirty one, one thousand and sixty dol- General (Commission (U 1841.r< -4 11aoJDMme.?' '- G- :

two thousand: dollars. third article treaty fifth June, eighteen the treaty of third August, seventeen hun. .lars. Mercant
For. edueation during tho pleasure of the par hundred and fifty four,two thousand five hundred dred and. ninety five, second article of the For irnller, daring the pleasure re of the : A 1'B. S

resident per fifth article treaty fourteenth dollars. s. e.- ,treaty of seventeenth November eighteen President, per fourth .article treaty twenty .. r. BA1. S v. irowzii.

February, eighteen hundred nnd thirty three. For fifth of sir eqpal annual instalments! to hundred and seven, fourth article of the eighth February, eighteen hundred and thirty will sell ererj description, of Fnditee o WATG. Eft

and fifth article treaty sereufh( August, eighteen Miamies residing on ceded lands; for purchase treaty of seventeenth September, eighteen one, six hundred dollars. THEY $ and will ,make aaD C a

hundred aud.fifty Six one thousand dol o( 'mer perpetual olher\annuUes. and hundred and.thirty three one thousand dollara. Senccas of New York.-For. permanent i"tmetL' An4. I .e1 I. z'''' '

lars.For rcliaqaishment claims per fourth articlo .' < annuity, in lieu of interest on stock per act Api.1118. 15-ly .WOULD nspee..f.'wlOw.1'.i" '
the -second of ,Sven Additional i in&tal-! I treaty fifth Joae- ighteen .hundred and fifty PoUawatomles.-Fol't permanent annuity of nineteenth February. eighteen hundred ,A :, : .&Dd Ob1M' _r

menu.for t\o:.blacksmiths, Assistants, shop, four 'thirt,.boo thousand seretf hundred and'thirty'nino 'in silver; pf' fourth article treaty third Augas' and thirty one, six thousand dollars. ROTE :tdea 0. o1 h.Da rr.4 of 1.tI1ra1f.. a. fY,- ."

and toIsper thirteenth article treaty' twenty dollar *nd'deren cents."jliamie's ', seven' teen' h .ndred and- ninety .five, onethousand For mnteres 'h lieu investment,, on. seventy AND 1"'r-rd' fo ': :1hi."od
fonith; Marti'eighteen'fcandred; :and'thirtytwo dollars. .i, JAttEY. .Wa ,. _
'IndlanaJFor their'proportionotfIghtecn'tJ five thousand dollars :at fiyel per eea- TAiEj1n ..
; and e toO Hgh- ,
duo tEousand f tweiity ,money per twenty ; !tT ':& .w..ratM.'U r
cihteu hnp'dr'ea arU'fifty six,. No- article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen 'hundred and forty six, three thousand :' i1.to
fix hdddegsty.4ollat&For ''rec nd.rtitrta"; \h\'tD .1.: eight hundred and nine five hundred dollars. ., teen < 'JIE Room bare W .-ttorao l/',,6tid'todL ".q."t '->' "
l bnmtrert'aM for ,- and seven hundred and fifty dollars. ba Ut 1
additional insUlti.ents vemne+i rrgbleen. !'y third are now inexeeU at,0MiidkioBlbi* 4a. pu t"t r.- re )
th% second of 'seven fifth June eighteen hun For permanent annuity in silver per Public art to call. rill w ;< _at ...
for jron and steel for shops, per thfrlociith fourth dred and article fifty treaty four, fix thousand, eight! bUIIPf article treaty second October, eighteen bun- i[:TO BE CONTINUED.] Qd dle OtH: Te IDit- t. J 'l ,- .I.ni'Dttd if wtU a .J.1)11

article treaty twenty fouith March, r ._., :- .


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but It occurred to Mr. M-urn to '.lfgnps.u1 .1
constituency to- 'vldt a servant with displeasure Coat of a JQeaajcirpTO ondon. For flee tloridtan 4. Journal. \ the Louisville now bank, in order to ascertain how the I I1)I.otor' no steps to b; reprw&tid Onvrtticn cm tL
I I public The Boston TVawfcr of Friday : "Two JWEUOX Co., Aug. 18th. 1858.JkwBs. that no Sifth.-/WFrom < .
when his conduct been ucb to entitle says lup.i.i i I account stood. Tho reply was.
JtonVtmt .i D1rnnl him to a different fate. b We arc the advocates a of a ness message, from New York merchants to their t CnrroK": It seems to bie that the people 1' such man wa known at the ioktitntion and It. hot ; the tone of the florid .* t Jc."..,recejvtd .

in England,passed through the American of n.'rida are a Comedy of Ertore" haste a dispatch wa sent by Mr. &burn to the yesterday UlC'lre infer that Jclg:
i --- strict accountability of the .un nt lint correspondent acting complete In( bank at Lockport, on which be had drawn his Hawklra! will cot le withdrawn (rim tie taut**,.
from S. the failure appropriation Conj j
*\\ *LLAkA 8 a. *E *.. .' the servants hv rght as well as the people. If Teegrp Office, Traveler Buildings, 0'1 of the check for 370, not to pay the money. The Doctor and that Democrats .ill ecmpelled towrrm

1*.. t. -.. when faitl" at)., they deserve censure, Y. 1 rO London yesterday a 5 P. M. Ono I gres". an llr di poed to victimize the Reprelentathe j hadn't been quite smart enough and it was not till i him. vote for Wcrtcott, cr "hold their fire. We
it 4 t I. of them containing 'seven "'or&.pail fiftyrcven from Florida, when he U no more responsible Wednesday that he made bis appearance at the 1 are inclined to look on the tri 1lt'tot .i Ie of this
'.ACTTnttAT. AtrOtJST: *, 1851. I the proper meed'of'approbation la tlmr dOe: when i from i of the bank and presented the eh<1t. He picture and hope that Judge Bn.Lirt will .I.
__ dollar and the other twenty seven word, .: fjr its failure than the Representative counter
; \ _ ___ ft ,
,. ? sit)ful In the can
:=:\::: : 7 m I ( case Judge Hawlnl. i detained and intelligence of lila arrest sent to t explain his conduct as to recc&ciie L mocrtU tohi
7. rcl 0 0 : t boldly I and proudly tltallengc the :.Iot scrutiny : fur which twenty-seven dollars were paid. : New York. The appropriation of $385.000 which I was Niagara f'anll. whence an officw Tram down on the support If he fails t&do t1's scaib wr'kcow

:; .s. and with equal boldness ask that each voter in the passul the Senate and was lost in the House, and J next train and edited the .stingni.hed Southerner of no alternative for disaffected <5 ; The communication below is from the pen of an : nnd denouncingour decline voting 'gcthcr.-lbid.
for irhich are blaming the Fall4 morning
many I to yesterday
the ballot box shall act 1
VpxokM. State when approaches old.Line Whig. There are scores 0'( : Representative was ten companies !, 'ibe! DJcTor' l:v I Sb't "with bun at Loekport. ,: -- -__ a -
,in the prernifej as he would have Lis fellow-citizens I fcoresrn tj th lie had been to Buffalo, it seems. and Irll her at a i Letter to the Editor
I similar high toned gentlemen hereto' of called into the United service j Extract of a Jm rr : ct'towards himself! under ejipilar eircum'tanccp."flatjaitilia .- tlis "olntfrt State (I hotel there while he went to Lockport *o gt the
.Pl i I fore belonging t the opposition, who look upon \ by the United S.t ',. The State had nothing to do check cashed. We are tp say, that circumstances : Floridian' note in Mae York:

..*Fflft:( *AHKMBLY.t ;': ruat-cll. -. -- I Ij the hue 1nd cry raised against Judge Hawkins in with it'its only cwweiion being that the war w.. j!i are strong against sorry tne Doctor. Although i "From your List paper, I fee he [Judge Haw Lit]
: j -- doc and will be t. that his t octor. ill now actively c* aged in. the tanvasa, and I ten *this
the same light that "Jackeon" iu Florida and most of the Volunteers were Flori j I he alleged to the officer yesterday
B.0Jbraitbj> 1 .t"WillTaiSccB .f Government must
J. TlM Perpetuity our the ambitious of disorganizing I ship was of Divinity, and not of Medicine little i visit East aIM effectually and thoroughly] clear
far from aiding designs a from .
diane there were some Gcorgia.how }-- !
"It upoUth. Purity and Intelligence of very (though
T. W. tfrt vM'Tr.;; jYB: ', t oirflittatnen.( trick ter at the expense of justice to a I then, can Judge Hawkins be blamedbecausethe np tike a wnnion rogw. It h ft K*rtalned that up dissipate fog oppotHjon engendered

I I view of the stormy and unsettled state of affairs faithful public servant VoInntceTs' were not pid' Why do not the notwithstanding hi* e1Il1Bentflb"itiOD in Lexingtoh, I by misapprehension and fostered az'l' encouraged

d tl"1 adrertlnineBt. "Koike lo until tell the na'aies vf of the > by a few restless i'prita.
rt" tb Will inevitably pervade our country between for the Floridian and Georgia Volunteer accus Representatives of he was to any prTninent
"t' I ..urna.JACK citizens of that tface. a'Sd some ntrfon p ifl-e "The failure ol't tT. bill for the of the
,:. ,.,.. I this and tle.ltsidcnta election of 1860.itif C"n. Aug. 21 t.MLESRA not doing their duty ou account of the failure of who 'I payment
-' : .:.. Kentucky-gentlemen from that vicinity, hirp- Volunteers
---- .t. I Ua of to all and I
-- t both ,ii ad ntaral to turn our eyes in the EDITORS: I have tees much urptlzed to this appropriation bill T Judge Hawkins nor they.ate to bit staying at tIle Full just now, were 5>'un.l : ,

i Qr P.L JJrokaw who is alnaj s up direction from which we may expect 'succor and Bee the hostility that has recently been exhibited | of Florida had anything more to do with it pen to be as ignorant of the ex1\nce of such a clergyman !I believe, to no one more than to Judge awkiu.A .-

with ltzM. busine"**. hasl-rousM alhjhe eaty and where is this but towards those scrtineh .1 by a few of the disaffected democrats in East and I than. the other States and other Rcprescntativ.. and the Rev. Dr. II P Junius, as he was of I volunteer him lf ia early life,Jie baa a brother
New York a reft), mistake "BroadVay his own titIt i* much to befeared that the I I"Jievcrcnd" feeling for those gallant and noble band
; spirits andniu't
way fo n who are appointed to watch over the momentous South Florida to the election of our worthy A'ld | You hadjuet a well blame the Judge in the event the State
Cranibut..eocUog within a fraction of $700, and that I in The head United States had failed to make nu : Doctor will have to go tll ; regret most keenly the delay of the Government -
interests of our great country sec faithful Representative Congress. the appropriaton Prison, unless he can show a cleaner record than
j and a splendid .buis' it-ii, admirably suited fo none of her rights are invaded or trampled upon? I and front of Mi offending! seems to be, that he perj j fur the regular army. These Volunteers, for he has been able to do a* yet I in their payment That it was no fault of

ran, for the tOTDitDee of the public between tbe I In era like the one approaching what shall I mittcd the appropriation bill, for the benefit of tlC ,I II the tiiffc being, toJ in the same position to the --.e I I MU. nor caused by any neglect on his part ia amply
and the Succcs to a for the Floridlun & Jaurnul. shown the ]letter of entire
Hotelsjpf city by joint our delegationin
Lb R I Dept say of those who sleep at their post or turn I Florida V"lontefr t be defeteJ The not United States as did the n'gu1an i there is fault I
nc importation. trni'l OCILA FLA.. Aug. IG.b 1353MiiifR Congress his own letter of acceptance, Ac., and
I .b. w. tors and be found in the camp uf the cueiny)"T ter in\ct.e h orou h to beat against him. S'Lit.j enywhere it is with the War Department and the I
'4 hawkins, in accordance
FanroKJudge i a recently published J letter from the lion. I). LrYulce.
Some may say that a pure Ftatc:tnan cannot be of his opponent have evt-n attempted to a- Committee of Ways and Means The last WI in
:aaao County. Thi i is of warfare, I instead of the claims of the Volunteersthe with his appointment tnct an assembled audience With th"sc evidences, sufficient in them,
character. for
held We differ. True among the nini, they lila private a species error, I
of this meeting -
Ifcmorrnt a mass fO\U.1
Te'th Uth inst.and County nominated CoL G W. arc few aDd far bitaecn, yet, miracles though they I to say the least of it, that i usually resorted to Chairman spoke of the cLiim of 18. 5-I. I, at this place Oil the ]'tb. anti i.i his address on this stive, but which will be enlarged by the Judge ic
oD in
<( occasion confined Limself elm fly to the point .
L'j to th6 of I feel
'Call for 'the Senate and Hunt for the be, there jet remain a choice Jet' who hae not those engaged in a bad cause or a de Toml which the at this time interested,
are mainly
I I people I tin will take place in the minds of all who are db.I -
The Fcrnandina: jVcvs remarks:-"These .bowed the knee to Banl" or beeu bought off for taking. the $335,000 was intended to liquidate.The i
Home nominations were declaredly the to be partisan purposes or political emolument. I It is certainly to be regretted by every n that. I claims of 185. -'[should have been atleildod 1 to tilt the failure of tiO "epproprution uf "funds I f05t'\l to cast censure upon him. The calm second
meeting for the of the Florida Yolunteer anti
and believe these' Let us a few desultory thoughts to eow vf.v 1 the apiyropr&tion bill did not pa COn 18.1 the: ,: to l>y ",.fhaJy, l.nt Jon't ).!.. JuJjjc How kino pi\mnt ; t ngLt..t urerinq g'wsl s..aa sal Julvn..e a.CI

made... unanimously. ", -we. .'. _..--gentlemen-JUJ _. gv' ana necessary anainmcuti i! cl.;_ .r .\-.t.i.n.. c. J.M -uA.. rii/trious in I II I for them until jou know be ii at fault He could for which the Representative in Congress (Judge !I I the people will rrnilt a* it always] doc, in right

the entire vote of the county. Indeed w ie doubt for a statesman vf the lre8cnt age. In the I the highct>t degree; but Judge Ia\kih should] u.t I II I; flet. and i would be unreasonable tp expect that Hawking) has been charged with the offensive ;, and truth, and cause them to ce through and dU- .

very roach if there. will be any opposing candidate, fir.t place among the great faults of the lrelmt i be chargeable with the defeat of the bill. He baa I: he could get these claims] through without being crime of inattention to the business cf the people I cirdttie shallow trickery and empty cant of those

as they are acceptable t both the Democracy and day in cur country are superficial intellectuality, I shown most conclusively that be not only] felt : furnished the proper data I these1 were furnished entrusted to his hands, &c..1.c., : who cry neglect' of our immediate interest' at the

the opposition in the county. We to-day plrce want of originality and dissipation of real mentalstrengthau 1!! gn'a anxiety in the success uf the men nr( but I him and he neglected his duty iu attending to them, Judge hawkins, in his speech before the peoplei I a -ot of the Federal Governnurt' In the till alluded .

1 their Mmefl. at the head of our column" imperfect auJ discursive acquaintancewith | Unit ho exerted all of his influence to get the bill then hold ]him responsible for his neglect We i the 14tb did not dodge the charges of which he to, our delegation show] such an assertion to be

;..r -. multiplied studies, instead of intense concentration I j throngh.the 1ous< The bill was sent from the have no fears here that the Judge i be beaten had been made the sulject lit came squarely to !I unfounded and I nm aide to bear testimony to the

The Barbecue on Saturday, upon one, According to the bias and genius: Senate to the Iout just on the eve of adjournment 1 that lie will be unable to make satisfactory expi the matter and the satisfactory manner in wluc'the ] !t zeal, attention and watchful energy of Jndge Haw

Considering the state of the ..eabtr. and the t'icrnn ; and last but net least an exccwixeaniiety I' and any one who is aware of the vast mesa of bills :mutions of his conduct; but if the Sentinel is de acquitted himself to the people iot the beet evi i! kin in reference to sotuc millers Concerning hi.

very limited notice previously given was ilrly at o I harin-ing auibition to rise in the world, Unit are brought forward at such timer, and t!:t terraincd to L
There at lean voters : confusion that know BARIC Volunteers were Leapt to say, after they had i "I wee in lVa.Iiington short time last winter
tended. fifty prerut.
and a morbid fielfcoujcicucnes I BO dcptitictiro to prevail Dust something o favor. to atk of it that the culprit asked when he
Galbraflh T. W. Jr. and R. C. WilIiamr the tliffieuITioj that incrubers have encounter heard hiii,that they were satisfied that Judge I bu-ine connected with large interest in the
J R Brevard, c n.-rgctic actwn. For the ubatttnent of these eul to was about t
candidates for the Legislature, ta.ida satisfactory tendencies and their radiotal. reform doubtles. we I' It It indeed surprising that anything is accomplished. the executioner. kins had tliougi some about the:payment of this class ,: State of Florida and I feel it an act of simple jet

followed eloquently by W. D. Box: must look roach to early To discover i the A I large number of Florida claims are The Judge has been in the public service for of people and that they believed he would again tAco to say, twt no one could have done more ur
.pebc C.lU1t.
hman UcD M. A Long-the 'latter in one of his einbrj genies vf each to1. and give that especial I now pending. before Congre Some of them are i many yen-3, 'in various capciie. and ha always give them a place in his mind when in Congress : felt an.l manifested a greater interior z-al and untiring

happiest effort Mr. G.1 rlhb.. remarks were u1it..tjn. was one nxntof the powerful iurtu of long standing and are'equally a jUlt as the Vo!- j di-chirgcd Ms duties to the satisfaction of the pub and that they would vote for him. His expose of .I energy in the same than Judge lIa"kina.i -

confined to State alliriM. Brevard took in a coca of the Jesuit They understood that our nntcer bill; yet, because only a few injiviuiiaksuffer I| lie. On the bench, I have no hesitation in tfajing, his nets and doings ift the matter of trriir to g -t i He w*.* ever attentive and active and most laborious

wider and made some happy and telling hits by their noa' et. are and the Volunteer' pay cannot fail to satisfy all rei"i>n- a in l""i endeavor to serve bit Sttte and advance .
range ,ialiea are the proguosticntioo of our powers. Not I paynet they passed over I he made the beet, molt upright i impartial Judge
in connection with the OngPlsiona canvas Mr in schools only, but in thc narrow circle of home, in silence. But when the interest of a few hundred I 'chute ever had. After til the services he has I able men, who are open to receive the truth an.1I I i tire interests of Lis constituent. Such he proved

Williams spoke chiefly respect r prt con i is too often to Ie deplored that those who have I voter is affected, it affords a fine opportunityfor I I rendered ]Li*Mate, we ought to be slow to condemn; I Upply it deservedly. I| himself t9 cie, and such, I doubt nut, Le wee to

toing t personally and defining 1 Is pOtitol the care of the joung and who ought to know of the demagogues to make a mountain out of a I j the least we could 'do would be to wait nnd hear I Judge Hawkins need not fear, after lie Lm met i'i every interest of the State and her people. If mo
the and told them of the facts in the]
loal matters. each one, what he i and what he l able] to do, fail I molehill, or raise a tempest in a tea-put The I I Lim without prejudice and judge with cnndor and people case sure or appropriations faile.l, it would seem lut

The mtfcting cloved with some pleasant words to ob"er\a their several traits and their truth is.jthat this charge wa gotten up top soother kSfcH artialitj. To this test, I iuubt not, he ts wil that the effort ef the opposition to fa-ten on the I reasonable to allow that the financial embarrassments

from Messrs L S. Dnval and C P. Chaire rough hewn cpciie to their proper rhlr lnJ. Now i purps. only' t defeat Judge Hawkins and I Ping'to submit JUSTICE. minds of the people neglect business on his part of the country and the mad state of parties

I We matt not omit t say t.t there was A plentiful we do not insist that each successive generation i elect ) \eiLot. who is wholly unfit for the sla as a Representative will avail them any profit : iti the last Congress 'Lad much to do therewith; for

supply-things to eat. prepared under the sup of follow in the fuolftepa of illustrious i tion. Had this charge not men made some other, I ( Whilein tH abbtMct "JI"tiee" maybe right, Their effort to do so are overwrought anti are not : ill nin;t admit it wa a most unfavorable "session '

.i vision of Messrs. W. II. Bayley and J. A JRjney. must or necessity ignoble predecessor, nor that from il childhood equally as absurd and ground would have been I j thai; it was no more the duty of Judge hawkins t suited to the tastes of the people vf Florida who, !I and time to accomplish anything, the Government
that ft debt of the Government thanit
they must have a distinct calling in view ; for I started But the people of Florida arc to intelligent sec the of the \of&New paid York by the by, are as much entitled to cl.iini to tViu :I crying retrenchment and the Kansas imbroglio and

Another Barbecue is soon lo bo given at Centro- we are not store that it u any particular] harm for a to be bamboozled in this maner. The deception 'a duty Representatives selves decent respect as any other people and Waek Republicanism swallowing up and waning
the Government
vllle of which there will be doe notice When we man to box the whole of occupations and is to and they have to much con yet cannot discharge Its obligation who arc as free from becoming the toys of "tint*. ner'I.u..int':. it could." .
compass apprent. .
hope to ee a grand rally and a satisfactory atnrancc in his The host of miscellaneous fideuce in loug.trie and faithful servant uithout money is voted by Conge. That I ble ri f n:" pdlilicin'is as their accusers&,- to 1.0,. -
experiences early i t
that the people are not indifferent to the fuels a man thus yun and the varied exchange him fur a man they know little about and body has t a'ct in the mter. and Staf where I The effect of Judge Hakius' speech in thi* section : For tht Horidia t Jflf1jI'IIaInlf'lIcflual
acquires I j unpaid service has becrwrendered is expected to aid I
election.. care still less i i:1 decidedly marked in his favor. His lends t Education.

experience he undergoes, afford a broad and firm. Judge Hawkins has resided in Florida about I prominently, through its ReprenttivC in securing In other portions of the State need not be afraid ,1 Concrete geometry is th'c first brand* of exact

1ncourjjngews from South Florida. foundation upon >Iicn to build a fine superstructure I twenty-five years, during which time he has held the necessary appropriation. Thi i is the usage that Marion county will not be at h Icr poet ou the i science which the child studies from observation'

We invite attention t.vrl extracts, eWwhere of character; and r there be no wear and important offices and recognized by Congressmen and their constituents first Monday of October next. She will conic forth but arithmetic must be the first branch] of Matlie*
tea of the m'.ral principle in preparing the foundation I many] performed vhlbletr. Faithlessness in admitted duty therefore, iu a ease I| mntics to be in school
I and there and then die will becomes taught education.
in this: !s ue, from the Penintular of the 14th lost, vice the As a soldier in the Indian war, speak, as her
it dee. not matter much whether a man set t people. like presented by the Volunteer claim would !1 Arilhnutic ah'uld not be commenced
advert them with to those who her of aJJatJV in a
and t no ordinary satisfaction a member of Legislature and a Judge he a: all tat accuse people toajyitn, mechanical
I a affording hopeful and cheering indications that tel down cti a particular calling till he attaint themeridian I times discharged the his whole duty and in a fearless have deserved and ne.\e censure. Had Judge I -WI." FREE-BORX. I way by rule, but should be made an intellectual
of life even. Some maintain that Hawkins been remiss merited condemnation
our political friends in that section of the State, versatility should aI exercise.
I under the of the sober second thoughtS and profundity cannot well ext together manner. C.n.s much be said of his opponent have been visited upon him, but it would be an I Prom tie Tatitfxi Pet nlart .1 vg. 14/A. !I I In ]learning to add and to multiply together di-

S their.own llOcnc win counsels, are gradually emerging but we are inclined to think a I general thing, I report b true, he has held but one office, and I outrage upon every principle justice to reproach The Ca".a. r I git, t>r email number, the chiM must not be allowed
that versatility of talent is apt to oe tat the President though was unsuited for,andso I I In the capacity of a spectator we ar enabled to
him in the face of the
from the TOiBt of disaffection into the sunlight accompanied overwhelming testimony now to study table*, but be required to find the
by activity and The versatileman appointed a nan he considered more worthy of I I in of the that he exerted himself make an impartial review of the candidate This results
Of full ani unrestrained loyalty to tire gloriouscause unu'ua Indult. the possession public by mental calculation ; not by merely conn
thinks quicker and more intensely] has mojo trust to the utmost to the failure of the course becomes a necessity to find the proper standpoint the : .
ef ti Democracy. a noble sod substantial very prevent ting tilings or picture of thing but by voluntary
I i You it that this will
mental life and energy ta tbe man whose tboughtare may rely upon ounty give FLO. t ] for democrats who cannot support the nom intcllcctu-il
triumph over impalee attd me.strc.-ED JQts.u. exertion. Then after learning to
p Iomenta pt all concentrated on the ,same objects whoso Judge Hawkins a much larger vote than he received "e inee.-
-i iOn which threatened to paralyze,to some divide quantities and numbers mentally by leaser
] ara all directed in the same channeL at the last Congressional election. I is The Peninsular : Tire nomination of Chase
Many teI says Maj. bythis was
the rank of our party and mar tie eclat ot a mostglorious I .or I j number, with facility, and when he shall !derI
instances illustrative of this doctrine could be adduced duty of every man wno feels an interest in the welfare "The Jacksonville Republican and TaPuhissee. madev c presume, for effect The Major is but stand the rudiment
and triumphant Tcr. The assurance Caesar the and prosperity of St'ie to vote for JudgeIL Sentinel or"nne of the opposition are foremost in I I of common fraction. he should
was tie this anal those who know
necessary. none won little known in region,
that the faltering but incorruptible Democrat* of i be he American his cusoing battle Westcott and nyaitut be well and thoroughly trained in the analysis] of
Democrat We ban
I general because he excelled as an orator a writer or 1(1 him best assert he Would mt lend hi*aid to distract :
old HJllcborough haT paused reconsider the quantities number, both aa concrete, and as
1 and a statesman. Had Patrick been had one Westcott in and it is Demoracy1 I
J liasty determination t oppose the re-election of Henry willingto enough for all time to CngeM. JACKSOJf.certainly Te O the Sentinel in this campaign has Dcmoc c.r. Having confidence in Maj. C" political I I abstract and should be required to attend to the
have devoted more time to his his integrity, we have dropped Iiis name, and only
Judge U.wkf..i produce thrilling sensations of I certainly afforded ground for th.t allegation here mutual relation of the several quantities presented

delight in the hearts of all true Democratic adherents name might have been unknown t fame. So, too, I Escambia" comes :a reliable gentleman made ; for it has copied articles in defence of now revert to it, in this connection, that our readers I i for simultaneous consideration. .

the and breadth of the in order to become an enlightened statesmen, a it not ] extracted ] may know our motive.Dr. Thus the will havhis
throughout length who i* in a position speak understandingly of Judge In'kin' las only laudatory pupil mental faculties
State. On the other hind, tin evidence tltat the thorough and extended knowledge of men and democratic prospects t in the extreme West. We notices of his competitor, but las added the weightof John tcott is not a man to stand on trifle i I quickcne-l strengthened and enlarged, a* the functions -

Democrat of South Florida are moving and "i! thing is not only highly important but indicpen I may add that we have received assurances from its editorial columns to the same scale. We are While claiming to be a democrat lie announce of the mnrcular system are invigorated 1 In

"'itoQt doubt* march patriotically into our ranks, MbJe BUr s not democratic corroborating the statement quite certain that as an honest inn, th"e editor himself an independent candidate-and the manner hcal huln1Jy free exereie; and will be prepared

; to service will I order, then, t attain eminence and positionas feels that in the matter of th. volunteer of this annunciation i i"not such as to lure disaffected
d yeoman's spread d'sappbinlment of our I\n! acobi torn poh I a true statesmen, we first, a must be democrats to bill In his Circular! whilehe
say man support. ,
and terror through the confused ranks of the For the Moridiin Judge Hawkins ha been in the language of Tlii exercise in analyst and eomparuon will the

.ition. throwing them into a state of grief opp thorugblj correctly and. extensively] eonetnt.lt J Aug.TouraI 20th 1835.MESSRS. the Jacksonville Standard .most ungratefully slandered expiates on the genuineness of his Democracy, to the mind increased power of reasoning, comprehension .

: pair! that 'i ect the commiseration of even : politics, in the commonly accepted EDITORS: I lEo8OL see from the. of Middle ," and)'if not on solitary word his fallen! I he makes an attack on the usages bf did party I and understanding not only in the exact
Democrat who would that like the of theerring term, but with the world all about him, and especially papers under Horn lila this little i which is unbecoming a man xvho chime connection
our doing sciences but
*, son and East Florida that are having the excitement eye pen justice in regard to all other department of
; I could walk backward witha with tire interest of a united people. He you to old floridian like IL in with it, and which docs not recommend him to
patriarch, they of the political canvass to yourselves.In an Judge whose honor I I I learning and knowledge far superior to what maybe
cast their Kakednesd must have prescience, lgaeityan.] command of present nnd toned those who are dissatisfied with Judge Hawkins but i iI .
garment to upon disfigured this quarter .e are quiet for the reason that weare integrity as a high- gentleman we arc gained through the hackneyed meeh-.nical inetho
but that that their temper. He must be calm and cheerful, polite and the &niintl has the I still attached to the good old party. It looks I II
y pitnotic duty requires exposure all pretty much of one of thinking. The sure utmost confidence. Is i be made with a freedom demanded by an important courteous t his oppnenu. yl never fail to give old-line Democrat way Uiif irT We utter no complaint because our co- I Know Not'iingish-tliat I is, it smacks of truckling After arithmetic, the rndinfenls of algebra tray
are, without for
political criki The hole Democratic part each his position .catn. Judge Hawkins and those who have exception, -I temporary does not rapport the democratic nominee. : to K. N. U'clry.. The good tffects of the Convention be learned but analytical plane eometry should,

of Florida bids fair to be happily united upon our 1 order to be popular-ah, what a magic word! joined us because our party has proved more itself recently the 18 far from that, a the friends of Judge Ua.kini. system are so palpable tint honest democrats in every cute precede the study of equations of the

gallant ItAJnd.Lerer. and arc determined not to -of course other considerations arc necessary to be I| only reliable one for the South are satisfied withi tender him iu his name and in the lame of the will turn from Westcott with loathing when they second degree in algebra. For quadratic quatiots

b deceived by false is>ues, sprung upon them in attended to. The free-and'easy, hail fellow-well- I i him, and the remnant cf Know Nothings seem to democracy of the State sincere thanks for publishing read the *t,f histry by which he has disparaged it are geometrical equations.Thus .

t an unguarded moment, t destroy fraternal feeling met, bland and Affable gentleman never fail to I be indifferent, some of them even vote the letters of Messrs. Yulee Mallory and Jones.- If the Doctor's chief support was not in the ranks the student will be prepared for entering

and defeat a political organization standing to I make friend He becomes identified with the people ,1 with us-so that there are no differences intending, no t battle To some extent these will serve to disabuse the of the common enemy of our party lIe would not upon tbe higher branches of !tKematc! where

proudly! 1 land.mark amidst the floating ruins of I ; and this is the reason why great men, who, j I stir us up. Unless great change i* wrought.EfcC'nbia readers of the Sentinel ns to the charge of negli have the temerity to publish such view. The fact algebra may be applied and for geometry as a logical

other parties. The noble and independent course in the course of their I'm, have met \vith severe I t Santa flose 1 and Walton counties will genve against Judge Hawkins charge which af I i il', Westcott has sold himself to the K. N's. This I I science. JOSEPH TRANQCILLE.

pursued by Mr. Tuna of the Pe1iular. since his I I, hardship and adventures, and hare borne up Hcwkini on almost unanimous And'I feel his character ns a man and as:representative.But charge can only be proven by the general characterI i -_-. -

return Lome, will endear him to the Democracy of I stoutly agains; them possess in these circumstance give Westcott has vote friends I our complaint is that while our neighbor insists. I I .his adherents and the party Press U the test I I Tbe Effect or the Cable on the Movements
I I tb'y no to of Cotton.
the wtiole 'State. "Principle Hot men," he has element* of popularity for which no genius or acquirements luouldn.t that the content i* between two Democrats and guide for our judgment in the premises: The Jacksonville .
I I interest themselves for him, and !!not the soil cf I professes }fr. Wm. P Wright in Lis circular to his correspondents -
decLrcd to be 'his motto-a declaration crodi- I can well compensate. Comprehensiveness ] to neither, he throws the influenceof Rfptblr aid Tallahassee Sentinel organs I
which tailed
man to make He out of the I I suppor I per steamer Enropa,
: k! to Ms intelligence a it is honorable to his of heart, as well as of intellect, goes very far any. i question. his pen if not in favor of Dr. Westcott certainlyafaiii't of the opposition ate foremost in his cause-doing
remarks follows
Boston "-ednellds'la.t.
have yet to sec the man who speaks of Toting j : at upon
hejrt : an), in this connexion, we would Joyfully II in the genuine statesman-the former, especially for frt the democratic candidate. While admit baltle/or Westcott and against Democracy. I the effects of the Atlantic Telegraph Cable! upon thenovjmct

re-echo the sehtltnent, "All honor to the noble Democracy atone fur a multitude of sins. lm ting article gwng to show that he has not been remiss Under nil these circumstances consistent i it.fCot'on'

of IIill boroiigb." ''I Towering high above all previously] named qua-!! not As the to slightest-impression the Tampa talk about here.MAJ The Chase, i make will in attending to the interests of his constituents, I crats cannot aid their natural enemies in e' dtmo'l I The business in cotton dnnng tics last week baa
fictitious for ho true statesman, are the cues \te deed of to this ambitions diorganizer.
he gives them no sanction ty or his power almost been suspended on foreign account, by tht
suffer such of his .on
Col. St. George Roger shall' last mention \'il\ pure and disinterested met not use name, especially when own and thus to a considerable extent, authorizesthe be displeased with Hawkins but tliey cannot lose excitement attendant upon the announcement that

Thi gentleman commanded the Florida' EeglI -_ \ ':i. The whole routine of action t be followed Judge Hawkins, whom lie admires and praises as to him the Peninsular at sight of their motto -principles, not men-no far a* I the "Atlantic Telegraph Cable hat been successfully

I tnent against the Semiaolcs] and did good service! actuated from these principles, is embodied in I an efficient Representative is in the field. I wonder the position time aligned that he affects by of to tike petition with those whose sentiments are I laid." Great anxiety exist in the cottm trade
out the Tampa malcontents would take his estimate same. :species neutrality. I to see the working of the cable at it must cause
in bringing that war t a cccces.-ful! closeS Synpa the word of Lord Bacon to a dUtingiiahed friend : i --_u--- at war with! every democratic impulse, and who : considerable chanee in the mode of transacting tmi-

thien with those under his command, in the disappointment Lore thxlf last T These three words form the of the Judge for their guide I N.they The following has been sent to us by a Talhhaseeean are actuated not by regard for the volunteer, or a : Incas in futnrr. The effect of this new ageney will

resulting from the failure of the appropriation I broad foundation of all genuine In all would bo singing in a very different tune from that BOW in Now York relative an individual desire to redress their grievances but by an inna'e be this equalization of market*;atid dimiaubed chance

by Congress, be fet that a portion of ,. the great contests incident to lpuluity.J. let this they have adopted of late Popular exciU-meut somewhat known in this t The name of I! hatred of Democracy and a longing for the spoils I for tbofce serious leases trade.which A periodically occur of
ct1mmunitJ. in the Liverpool cotton new system
founded in such injabtice is that of the
the Fda delegation Lad been remiss in urging motto be adhered to and we shall cease to Who'd a Tampa the paper from which i i! not given, bet of conquest. If an independent Democrat were in purchasing to arrive, in Liverpool by classification

tht matter through the House, and ''disposed to those monstrous Ireartie of conduct wl/uh people :gin t Judge I..kins. soon dies but when the particulars o the transaction brought to light the field, Ia}ing his claim forsuport.in opposition |I or sample will soon be dopt d. and there will bean
vlatVJaigt' Hawko with condetnnaUoa in the truth boldly confronts them. The people are I increase of transitu business in this city. New
enl characterize the movements of some of our publicmen are e minutely narrated a* to render that bnneceh- to the regular nominee, on superior skill cr energy :,
quick resent bet quick also] to I York will receive let cotton direct from the South
Before however CoL neglect repair
queace doing so, and. S'lns of grovelling dt mRg from point
and I do not fear that those who will listen except
Roger has, in a spirit of manly justice which we are now through low avenues to reach wrong JCKEUY DIDDLCR. Some since I of Hawkins and I
creeping the will their A days ,a fine looking by the peculiar position Judge not le', but her position a* a cotton centra will bt vast
to continue
ommrnd to the imitation of all candid men, ex destined goal will be displaced fur men who are Judge understandingly and gentlemanly man, tolerably advanced in I by an onslaught on the usages of.the party, diaaf- ly improved by the receipt orders from the manufacturers

ittninrd Ole ground to the charges e industriously], Trorthy of the position ad tbo will do honor to opposition. At any rate, you may count upon this year.arrived at the International Hotel, Niagara faded democrats could rally to hi. standard-bntWestcott' of England and France. Spinners and
circulated against Judge IL, and the result Lasbeen their part of the State t do nuch better for him thin Falls with a female eomJnlon. and put upon the I' other in Europe will soon discover how much their
country. register tie name W. I.Jnmn and never! They cannot vote for a mad served the fret of the telegraph
bt use
it has done Democrat before and, if there 1 interest can by
I any
a frank acquittal,and an address, from his per, Our old tno1cton:1' statesmen, who laid the fo Lady," from Lexington; Ky. aor the Doctor whose principles are aa vacillating a* the wind- , to the Yolontecrt composing Us which should be ]losses td be made up, rely upon us for wanted it understood that he 'than is in cotton to arrive
rguleo1 foundation of empire have long since ', gentleman whoso friendship i* more dangerous his enmity ofNew York ordering
we art only prevented from our I P"I- I the fullest quota. .. ESCAMBIA.WATEKMCLOX travelling at the North for health and recreation ..1 with them at once, in a te'onth, or in two or }bret
liLg and a "race i advanced to the vacant place?.- during the months in which the torrid climate ;-a man who has acquired position rejitttatioa ..
I month, thereby making a laff uvlig (a iattrett.
the of the
readers in to-day' Roda" by length But they advance, also) to weightier! responsibilities I Jnee.-A correspondent of tho Prairie of the sunny spot he called hU home made aresidence through the pttreMga of Democracy and and enabling them to secure at on*.a supply of the

documents accompanying abe necessarily connected and broader duties. OIl I 'ha men they I Farmer presents the following method of using there di8b' eab1e. The Doctor flocrIched who is now eedeavftring to nuke-tb defeat of that raw maUriaL to fill even extenaivt contracts for

with it CoL n says: should be to be equal to their deHnie& What a i watermelons! at the International excfeedi&gly, and was party a stepping st6ne to Congress.As good* and yarn. The tranaita business of this city
..AD attentive examination of the correspondence looked upon .a gentleman of distinction. But a has; found to work well four or fivt year, tad it
base of should Hawkins withdrawal
deep learning they for the su I endeavor every year to raise a watermelon we stated lat week
lay misfortune overtook the
below I feel presently Doctor. and it not J>t
presented will disabuse tour geL now earublt of great increase, may
mind of the impression are.any one of our delegation perstrnctnre of get deeds t come-what. purity patch.. When They are I healthy aud delightful fruit. I JUt a be and hi lady were about t leave for a and the snbetitction cf toy good Democrat would too bold to predict that the day It not for diaUnt
in Cngre hafie the prompt discharge of.c1lAnete te cers-.ha comprehensive and use they them commence freely ripening the hot, we weather.begincutting tour to the a v t in mrs at all the fahionable unite the Democra If be'is kept up, be may when tbs balk ef tht cotton trade b.tw.i Earoft
of his 1 am satisfied that and exalted darn watering plce some rascal entered his disaffected will bt transacted ia ioatinf ctrgoe
public .utM myself sympathies aspirations they When the weather becomes reconcile a portion of the .Democrat, and America
cl l Septmbr. we at the and robbed him of all the
room of
il all was done**, aad! that they that could be not, under be th clrenujKtano responsible -- should ask of Heaven! With: what moderation, haul a quantity of them to the bou8 split spare cask he had with him, ardbunling to 300,all but he cannot command tbt Democratic strength. represented the tleetrf ttlegraph.GsowiKa by classification. through the agency

for the of aol I what wisdom, what fearless! Independence and justice open with a fpU scrape out the pulps into a cul .. 'of-it in |(0 note > The only eo'ncsel we en give ia this! caw, to those ,dsscNm.
faur apprpr.ton l lender and water into vesaeK boU -
IUD fully any one of you what ute hat wrong and aching lore W 'Of-dotrsetheIoctorwu reduced to very great who cannot vote with their party is, don't go for nave rca FtMt-A mi fa n.
a ntLl. o it in an iron vessel into syrup, then put it apples afttl !10 M. Mr. Oibnrn I
etfaita extremity applied to ,
trous coBMqveaeee o pleof this delay: of right they should strive t comprehend their or like making apple butter, aud boil the popular host of the International for aid. The Westeott and Know tfo< m.- ported as bating died In BostA ttom IhU trotibU-
and no righULlnUng ma. a injured position-to thrust aside with utter loathing and pcbe] the is aell ; then spice to., TMK.T.JV %MgiT-H.fcanr
for out .. rri eoke Doctor bed no cash;it ia true, but his credit wa some eakd-:
i people JJat,leV:jartic eryjlng* be done.against Do not 1 let great Hit .rn-avenging disgust the petty ends-sot the great ends-of par taste and you mot people prefer good and;as he was anxious to carry out the original Dr. John Westcott, th. dependent-Dctnctratic- log remay. TriJmalog asihaqeerl sad placiag

rod.fall i a unoffending bjflds., A tenet of justice ty, and to rise with "a clear foresight, not a blind to apple butef.of'any without kind of Pltne Or the plan of his journey he would make a draft on Know-Xothfag candidate for Cower *, arrived in A little eotto nadir the offewBageoraartU a pod
? and syrup may b Lie fit d.n mtl. a bank at Louisville Kentucky, for $250 which this place per Thursday's stage. We presume be brtwrUd
onrileiefatUn Ooegrae of e.psclallyJudgeflwkp the battle ha fold courage t the stunmlU of their great oce. ses, which wi b to fne.the best Mr. Osbora e6ald cash, retaining enough to satisfy will aoMresf tae* people here and hope h be will be preventive. Scraping th* nail ahovM trw

wpco .h\but I Jeel I suck were the &then indeed should we 1.a, sua mot We made a muchas tbe Doctor1 bilL To this the obliging landlord hat ned lo by as Ciaoy aa can tnake It convenient to M that eaosealt to grow blab:

j tntn 1.1rl": of you who youand knows; mt-will just cause-to ftel ecu bO that the pure and enlightened ten galkftts apple butter i I may MI callit assented, bet unfortunately, be was a little.short, to attend. Democrats cant swallow his anti Conveotionism Do not tnt awiy the off d!.f*corset of the

'al doubt the honesty and sincerity of my purpose." was indeed our coantry's great and molasses" which ha kept in fine conditionuntil and in order to purchase the Doctor's draft, it wt ix>Low.- Peilr At. litM. nail M b wneHy ..;rery abort. bat cat es.tihIn

ltt May. necessary to give hi* check for $70 on a bank in THAT Cwrrorios.By reference toasiothiataol the 4 trfc ita don to tie qal idr.w"t'
Thi just and, we not will .
bngg.l1 b palladium. : *.. Lockport. The Doctor made no objection and, umn will be found the proceeding of a democratic that notch tier until the dUBculty la tared vwmetInitb4WIththeflCu
meet a hertyreetoa.e ffoaf CoL .'''ter sol- A HI:1 TO Jtrno PouTc.un.De: !I.he, hating received the amount of his |iso draff including meeting In Hernando county, at which delegate $ Tbsp

diers. Had Judge lwkin been negligent uo [:r OeD Ptrtcr and lady are now i the South with the Book of .lo own the (70 check, ad less the amount of hit were appointed attend the -Tamp Coavoauoo. Jotopbyeti.woidTUtkrt the eec bt.sb the

coold bet apon his con- of France, and win arrive in a few days a t Pan'.- turn; for whoso blow eth D own beta Whoso be I bill, departed for Saratoga with bits lady. This We have reason to bljrva that th*said Convention arcbsnd nstiwsflyelse'P' '
c the same shall not b bJ01e. Likewise: was last Saturday wt believe. will sot be. held aad would dvi our UerMBdo Bail. 'ai make* tae eorter fan nf
Joe but tad fair invertl ntion The traveler will the of .i
,; wltctiB guests bluiuthhu anic shall le S "
.t dslnibe b own brDo bh.tr bo far tnrJ t.Jli,! Was "draight as a tiring; friends net tv diWofflaivdc' thcftitcUes to be in due n."
1.iot fie..very reters H is tieeomin: ajut I AmerIcan: inie Mr..Mason. with a \rn ( ; atI

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The CsuM-Heron Treaty.WMUIIOTON. at Uinr Lftdgo room "in the Icmo tf Trontieello on WAS TAKEN from the SUbacn r'. SAVANNAH GA. F

Aug..21.-Our government will not Saturday the .14t*.d.y of'Au nst, A. L., 5Q58, on Sunday the t8th day of j n"HE V fourth Annual Session of this CoITcpe will '

.gre to the.Caee Heron Treaty as amended by llie Omlmttl who.,, sppointi d lodrnft Reso. July by a young man "by the name of JL eommenee on Monday the 18th of Octuber and --- .- t4e t'.n.V. &ai'tteo..

Grenada. /erez come from Nicaragua lot ed bjtiona in regard tp he d .thof Brother THaunuas Ca* t.M Lxsn (a Dutchman.) a bay MARE, with continue until the first week in March. SWAN 4CO continue to drate as usual t-t0t1 EAIL-R,9.
TCR.NBOLL, oUred the fo one with a won. on her her > .
shoulder delitere from
with authority scttlifig all existing difference. I\1"ing : eye one ou I Preliminary Lecture mil be the vitfurut ..& I .
.WI/UUII. It I hth pkud thelluib,)' Diipriicerol breast and on her belly-said Main fs about nine I 4lh October, until the commencement of the Annual V inJn-nptimr. V Nn3 after tV4ar4W Mb sf I,1.;
.ld. information
in su'd
yeats Any relation to the i
human Rt'88ion.I '
Cable rcew. ttruts io nmovefrom c.ur mltl"t to those SWAN&O.'S I V w. be
Lotteriei'e V/
Irgat aadpaaseflgcrTranuoatlMMrun
ffianwona Mare will be thanktully rece L.l'd. end the above re free all &tndeots.FACULTY .
hot mscV These Lectures are to
NEW .YOP.: AUR. SI. Cyrus \V. Held sent A by ahda, our well beloved brotlur I tr1 W'etldl' "follows I 4 --
ward will be EVJERUETT GfcO.I
given. SEALEY
V -Dr.ThrfiJore Tnmbull Therefore 'I : And Authorized,by the STATE of I
to England: \VedoriJ4f. in'1n 1C bqfveesi Tdis4asee msJ& Mk: "
ntesMge Pin-Ho
yolcrtcrday ) from
.t. Kesoltid1, That this Lodge beard with the Newport. II L BYRD A M, M D-Prof. of the Piiuciples ,
rcitivtd a reply. I ,'cpckl r'grct and concern 01 the death of onr brother 1 Aug. 11, ((28.) 1858. S6 I and Practice-, lI dicinf'. Th* lei attempt t. injim ow-Jim has tt.trn thai T1I :. r

The Call* i i. :(), x-rking Ixnutt'illy.Mr. 4 ; in him we have ot one of our noblest exem- 4 HOLMES STEELE M D-Jro of Obstetriu our lot n<' art drmmifaing; that ftfpristsart days at n 'A: a, (ueep twia J'd'a\d. theseI.

Field1* hcnlib baA been considerably iinjxiircJ j pl r. Ufero the eye of the world, of tltoso great I LOOK AT? THIS! : .aid Diatasf of W cmo.n aivl 1 CUidren.V paid punctually liberal than; tnd that ether.r dumet <>t>Ut.when the TtaiM viU tare ednis4s.M t .Jrr-

j priuctpleatfhionor. reciiiudonnd ,virtue ever inculcated V A GRIGG8, il D-Prof of the Principles: and art more env Lotttry .ll.h.ur.n bps.Xi. : wlj. _
by the ri.i-.ltmeiil and labor. attending hu late by Vasoury ; and our coueiy,uf which he so Now if Mr. StAt'tT wishes i to find the above lo Practice of Surgery. IN THE WOkLD I a*per Scfctdulo for ?.ft ORT K,_ tM

hrrculcmi vmploynienf, an.l lie now pcniils in tcn. I rrccutly become a citizen, may well mourn with us ibetl Mare he can do ao by coming t<> Tailh.issce *- V H TALIAFERRO V, M D-Prof.of Materia)100I fallowing&beme- will be drawn by 8.Swan hour.of Jeparfairs will U ..* t*44|i.) VV

drrin ljie'reisiiativn' ">f the actiic management ofHi : the death of such a man as Doct. Theodore Turn- ; and if he can prove that be tins any right to ica and Medical Jurisprudence.F THE Co.Managers the Sparta-Aeadetn) Lnteiy. *- Amy. at m. M.lh..... ..... 1Irff.tf.f
Iu. he can get l Ixjr without paying reward. But _
any I F OOLZEY. 51 D-Prof.of Physiology and General Leae8&Ifaulmi.2NI5:
Atlaiitie' Lotteries fur
Tde'gritJCtzn1anv.L.trER In neo Df.Luir Single Number
I think he
2nd Retolttd, Tint this Lodge impelled' alike has dor.a me injury enough without attempting Patholo/y. AUOUST..1858 1\utus'.. Georgia in public,"n (except en Fri Jar. when tie train will bar at '.)
by the fratfriial to injure bay character. I went to Jive H A BLAIR H D Piof. and General AmreatTalla&aM IMC
1'KinT iUKOPE.AUKIVAL : regard we have ever cherished for with Mr. I Special der the superintendence Comm Aoners. **. 4.44 ,
our deceased brother and the he clam. Sealey when ft boy about fourteen year Anatomr. trkrn the train w31arrmatt.il.)
respect ever I (?ir oa Friday.
old, and after working about two wiUi him be class 27 Draws on Saturday, .;** 7. 18M 3 p .
ed as an Lonorable and high minded citizendo, most years II L JONES A l D, M D-Prof. of Chemisty and ton.fd.iO
gave me an old horse Which I afterward swapped Clots ZB Droift t>n Satrday, Ajut 14. 18b8 Ar.d on 8'nd.lr.tae. wertssac to V
35f&& OF THE sincerely &
for said Mare wi b.t man named I date S9 Drawl on Satnrday .Awrutt 21, 1868.
: I wife and orphan children. While to them know Courtney. COli'tinued W T FEAT, M D-Emcritas Prof of Chemistry :
i loss we to work for )Ir. Sealey until about the first CIau :30 Drawl on Saturday August 28, 1638.3J leans Key'West and '. rWdi aIfhoe.d
I ivirrcpirablc. we caanot forbear expressing of CHARGES: depart from St. Maria oa the HA amid ?9ths. ef eaefc
the month, when I from
ANGLOSAXONI".Jtltm that belief which present was compelled,
-. must be to them the best consolation II his bad treatment and neglect ef health to leave Fees for the full Course . . .f 105 ON TIIEP.LAN OFSTh"G'LE XUJIBERS. month. _

--that their loss has been to hioi an eternal him And all that I now have to my show for more Demonstrator . .. 10 On Pvosaeola A Georgia Rail Road a' Tri-wekly

opened buoyant-Closed yvtet and UttaJy.QVCBLC gain3rd.. Retolred than three years work ii the Mare which I brought Matriculation (paid once). 6 50,000 Tickets train trill Lenin oa Moudaja Wednesdays sad Krt-
That the members of this
Lodge with me, and a acanty supply of tlt tht'S. All these City Hospital (opticalrv). 6 days : .
Aug. 22.-The uteanishlp n10-Saxcn do wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty days, . . .!. 30 414 ; V Le"ive V
Diploma :
tnd fact I can prove. I refer to Dr. Nash and Dr. Lewis Tallahassee . ..._.. 1 A.U.
l.ii urrirfd with Liverpool dates to Aug. llth. name our Lodge time. room be draped in mourning duringthe for the condition of my health, and the neglect ef Students may take the tickets of one or more of NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO ETERY NINE TICKEMTS3AGI.7FICENT Arrive at Station No. 3 (Walker's Mil!). 10 A. H.

I 4th. Rettlred, That a bank: in Minute a disease of my lace which Las rendered it necessary the Course, and pay proportionately. One student SC/LifE/ Leave Station If. 3. ... 9 A.X. _
Commercial. page our to extract several; of my teeth, and may disfigure me will be received from each Congressional District in Arrite at Tallahassee. .".. .. .. .O..O+"M.
i book be inscribed with tho and date cf TO BE DUWJ EACH aATt1OAT Ilf AUGUST .l. ,
Cotton Marie llie hili-s fur three name, age
tutrpwl !- for life. I can be found at the residence of David the State, free of charges as heretofore. On Fridats an accommodation Thin .i bar UMTallaluiasre
.l talc of I death dour deceased brother. Lasch in Tallahassee. CHAS. LASCII. The Rooms will be the 1 Prize of. 'i0.000 m 4 Prizes of. .t oI.f '
"yj wtra ",jO\: *, which eptcuUto took Dissecting opened upon : Depot for Station No. 3, Walker' Mill
4th. R'tohed Tint of these Resolutions ( )
a copy . r.O.OOO 4 'f . EOO _
) and lalri The market August 28, 1858. S5 organization of the Chas, and kept well supplied at 4.30 P. M.and at SUtioa No. at _
S.OiX exporter .800 opend I be forwarded by our Secretary to the widow of our with good material during the cession. The daily 1" . 10.000 4. . 700 arme J. It* P.
but cftfcxl deceased hi ot Li DId another furmscd -- ---- -- M. Lean SUUoo No. 3 at 6. and arrive al Tallhassee'at *.
(' buoyant qcift and steady. I r, copy to the cliniqu at the College will be opened on the 4th of I" . .oio 4" 600 '
London Money 'lcJrkd.-ConIlO1 were quoted at TaMahr.s-see. papers requesting f ublicntiotl. I University of Louisiana October, and is free to the Class. The City Hospital 1 . 4.000 ClO" . too 7.15 I IA

881 \\ hirh. on motion, was received.A Ticket will be furnished by the Faculty free of charge 1" . 3,000 60" . 300 HACK ICSTM St MarVaon arriralof tlw-Tnm
@ tt. I
true cop) from the Minutes.THOS. I MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. to such full course Student. a' desire it. I" 1.600 100 . 125 for Newport *bA feftiro in time to. conaect wkk (k*
J. CHACK. See I may 4 U . J.OVl' 230 . 1004pproxistafiot up run tA aiia&arret.
General IS ewe.TLe ) rIViJVJh Annual Course of Lectures in this Depart. Thus otferiog to them io addition to the instructions i
JL will Fare from Tallahassee to'St. MarVj . .U.OO !
new Irom China reports that the allied army --- -- I taint commence on Jo1ldll1Novemb4r of their own professois, all the advantages Prut.

bud advanced unopposed to TieaUion, a Hige com'mcrcial MAimiKD, 16ih! 1858, and wi\I\ terminate i in the ensuing March. I which the physicians of that institution are capable 4 Prizes or$< Ippro'g. to t e0000 prize are 1,600 ta Station N IJ. r. rra:& _

Married at Aikln S. C.''on the third inst., Uon. THOMAS : JAMES JONES, K D, Professor of Practice Med. I of aiTurding. 4 U 800" 5.000 U I.OO Oef'. H. lit

city of CLita.fZCO. F. KINO,of KeVe6t, to Mist ELIZABETh A. HICK- I lun(. It has been falsely stated that our school ;Is "reo 4 ff oo" 10.000 U 800 Fare front Tallahassee to Station Na.7.'PeA.4Qeo

S ;S DIETATX.1I. 8QS,Micanopy.. East Florida.OBITUARY.. J L K1DDELL M D, Prof of Chemistry.WAIIRKN trograding," but we think the followug statement of It 125 If 1,000 to liOO R. 874.
; STONE M D. Prof of Surgery. sufficient to settle that The numberof If Fare from Tallahassee! tit Station If A. I, (W Iter'a -
QC&B.ugl1 t 23.-The frau AI Ch rrance. during the inauguration of the hlatute of -- --- V I' A II CEX AS. M D. Prof. of Obstetrics. matriculations in the Oglelfiorpe Medical Collegefor 4" 75" 3.500" 300 Mill). .. t>lFt _

I -- -. -- --.-. O A NOT, M D, Pro rf Materia Medica. the Collegiate year 1857-8, was 37 and 11 grad- 4 .5 50" 1.600. :00 -
Xapoleon ws th occasion efH pccth ftom the I Died near OntrrtiUe on the huh InsL, or Congestion of T O RICHARDSON. M D Prof. of Anatomy. states; iihiie the respective numbers for the same 5.000 prizes of 20 are-------------------100,000 light i rharyeil on Pewarola A Gfryi R.ilr.usvJz

Emperor in whkh he cUHIf another pacific epccch the Brain. AUOCVTA, daughter of the laic Philip A. his,- THOMAS HUNT M D, Prof. of Physiology and period in (be Savannah Medical College, were abo t -- 18 3 8.: to be paid em drlirery ofyood*.
TIle London Tlmet It out in leading article favoring It ward and t>U-f-d.uchk-r of HOT. O. W. I'rattlgl'd It'years Patlmlogy.SECUAILLE.MD.. 16 aud 6. 6,485 r..ie8 amouutingVto ". .. . .U20OOO FROM ST. MARJiS Ttf t
and II mouths. Suffer lIlt hula children to come unto ) Cotton bale ... S'(710.-1"
i me Good Board can be procured iu tho city at from per : si ;
the Demonstrators of WaoLE Tlcnfs $10 HALVES U QtUTEAS 121.t
ann-ssticn of !'xko to tl.c) United Anatomy.The ; ; 13
I and forbid them not, for of such U the Kingdom of hearrn." W C NICHOLS. D. } $3 50 to $5 per week. : Tobactu in Boxes per lOu 25 S 4

State I I Rooms fur Dissecting will be open on the second For further information, call upon, or add,ens, A CIRCULAR ttewwg Htj>lan
03"::: WE arc Ntboiizrd and requested to I Monday in November. V II. L BYRD M. D. Dcap. be tent to a"lY".dtrlrout ofreceiriny it. 3 Salt ret V . .. .. . .. .4 40 449

Charleston declared an Inr 'tNIl"urt. announce DAVID S. WALKER as a candidate The Faculty are Visiting Physicians and Surgeonsof No. 36 Broughton St. opposite the Marshall House. -uo- Hajr in Bales per lOt lb*. ,. .. .. 23 I 23
NEW You*, Auj. 24.-The Health Comu1"lot.eu! the Charity 14 1858. S3 Lime Cement Slate FInNr aol Ututn
fur re-elcctk-n to the ofSco of Register t-f State i Hospital.The August Certificates of Packages will be sold at the follow- V .
..t'this city hare declared the port of Charkt-ton. W.V' Landa.I Students accompany the Professors in their rates. vbicb.istb.erUk; in packaged per ICO lb.. . ... & 25 U

an infected I I visits, aud. free of expense, enjoy extraordinary practical i No. 615.NOTICE Bar Iron per 1t lbe.... ...U I U I t,
pert. = :4 __ __ __ advantages.Pielimiuary Certificates oi Package of 10 Whole Tickets. .$80f' I All thVr goods per 100 lb*.. .. .u...11) SO so
a "
> Half .40
Yellow Fcicr au Kpidci.ilc Iu Cbarleoton. Decisions in 1858. to the Course, fectura-1l be deiyI 10 Front TA T.LA HA SSKE to STA TIOS] J. 9. 3.
If "
I cred Ir!- U 10 Quarter 20
''CAEIESTO. Au;,. 23.-The fcvir !has leeoire an I daily as Amphitheatre of t the Hospital from II .V 10 Cotton per bale. ... .. .. ..... 23 311150 I
ej.iJtmis in thi city. The Jlea'.th oTicer A FEW COPIES Lth'l of the Deriiions of the first of October on Clinical Medicine and Sur c. 10 Eighth Tobacco in Boxes per lOU( I.......... t21lft ItiS
report "
i J- the &'JtrCrC Court of Florida f.r 1668. Price ry. aud other subjects, without any charge to Stud In ordering Tickets or Certificates enclose tbe Corn and other grain in sacks per bushel 6 ,

2iJ doatL. by fetcr during the week cnJicg Saturday I by null post paid: ?2 5' The cash must aecom- i.U. THOMAS HUNT. M. D, Dean. FOR THE RESTOIUTION OF CERTAIN ULSDS TO money to our address for the Tickets ordered. on receipt Salt per .. 5 U 25 V

"1st in st. putty al! or !crs. Apply to the Kditors of the Fl.ri- The Administrators of the Charity Iloipittl elect MARKET IN THE of which they will be forwarded by first mail Hay 10 n, 12 t 121

I di.'; t JU1 rnd. annually in April, fourteen Resident Students, who Purchaser can have tickets .ending in any figure they Lime .

Health of New Orean .ru v 21. 1R53. 30 are maintained by the institution. STATEOP.PLORIDA. may designate. sack------------------------121 l'll 111

NK" 0I LIUig.. 21.-iKation Friday b\. ; ----- August 21, 1858. 54COMMISSION The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be Bar Iron It, III IfI
Mrs. sect to purchasers immediately after the drawing. Another .1 1$ IIDWAID
Yellow Ft\r. C I. Hatlieway, -- -------- grant of land made by act of Cotgress, ap- .
THE Purchasers will write their signature
-- -- POST May 17, 18'56.10 the State of Florida, nr: please .
& 1I0USTOUi..
Y'/ If.I.open her SCHOOL on the first MONO.S ] plain. and give .heir Post Office County and State.
I.\TI.R.-\m\ OF TilE to ai in the construction of certain railroads thereinmentioned
in .
IT September.August tr: Remember that every Prize is drawn and Pres. J- Svpcrintcfidnd.February .
MERCHANTS1 having been so far adjusted as to authorize

c J.'J I .28.,1853.__ _,__ _S3 the release from withdrawal of the land hereinafter payable. in full without deduction. 13,1853. ___7-3co_ _
61 i'oydrab Street [5P All prizea $1,000 and under paid immediately -
described. noiitt is Jit rely given that all the vacant -
HALIFAX Aug. 25-The Brhi..h led North American : List letters, N"E'VV OB..LE.A.1\TS. offered lands heretofore withdrawn from sale or after the dr.wing-ather prizes at the usual Medical College of Gteo.;

Royal Mail Steamship Canada, C pt. W. J. C. V EMAININ in the Post Office Tallahaseee. -- entry whkb lie outside efitx miles on each aide of time of thirty days.
confidential. A.'t
communications u.gus'ta.
1) All strictly :
Lang rived last night: from Liverpool with duti* i August V5th. 1858.I REFER TO the Alabama and Florida, the "Pensacola and Address Orders for Tickets Certificates to n-- .- .
Fla"l or
aft 14th. I ATNlfoct1in J O Jail Messrs Thomas J. Perkins do Co, Tallahassee, Fla. Georgia the "Florida. Atlantic and Gulf Central." Next Annual Course of Lectures in this In
to .
Saturday \moon, .teg. oD. :: ( i) .4 and the "Florida" railroads, situated iu the under S. SWAN & CO., Augusta, Ga.
I. R. Harris 4 fc Co. '
Quiucy 1
J : stituioo will November
AiiticrKtu. ilis- the
I Z(> Johnson. Ala. begin on .first Monday m -
44 mentioned which have not been selectedin f5f Persons residing near Montgomery or
Denbam & PalmZr, ontioello! townships
Cetennercl4l.Liverpool I B-Dr llduard Dcgan Mrs Johnson, text with an introductory Lector* by Prof.
have their orders and
V Beard & Denham virtue of said grant or other grant made by AtLanta Ga.can filled save
I St. Marks any T'I*.'
CoUrt Market.-Tlie Broker Circular M II Uoat-Ar ht, O X Johnbon. I Jon .. a S .
S.Swan t Co. at either of those -
claimed time addressing ,
and by
Mr. James Filor Congress, or legally by preemption
Key West
Emcrit'u E'WTOl
Thos 1> Barnes LLinn. of. of 0. it
the salt of fur the week to be 45000 j cities. .
report cotton ,- Messrs. JIcITaughl t Ormond Atlanta Ceo. which were subject to private entry at the date of .
I R J Iilo\iard, Rev R M M.D.
bale'. Speculators took 1,200 aud exporters T Burnett, Ste Lnssiter Longhirdgc, ** J. N. MKionoo t Co, Thomasvillc tc lh ralf".r will be restored to private entry on the OCr Tickets for sate ly C. M. WEST, Anatoiay-IL F. CAMPBELL. D." .

;.iOOo, Itatiug to the trade 3S, Laics. There Mary P rucc. Julia Lawhon. August 14, 1888. 83-ly days and at the places hereinafter specified at the Tallahassee__ Fla. Surgery-L. A. DUO AS. M.P. i:
V minimum of $1 25 acre, or at the prices -
ordinary per A list of the numbers that drawn from
MJm lJro H K C McMillan. t3f are and JONK3 D.ryiIE .
)bJ been no dipoVtion on thn part of holder toIreei v.n. Chemistry Pbarraacy-rJOS- ;
NoticeDURIXO to which they may have graduated at the date of the wheel, with the amount of the Prize that each
sales but nominal fj-J X (-ollin. (2)) JiIi8 McTaydcn ; Institutes and Practice-L. D. FQRD If. D. V
quotations were withdrawal.At
1 Avon Jack one is entitled to, will be published after every drawing apd
Coal Moody, PatbologKal AuatopyH4JL.lmlateris .
The cake on Friday were 7,000 bales, of wh'iJi J M Cone \\r II Mitchell my absence from the State, ANDREW the land office at TALLAHASSXE, on Monday. the in the following papers: Augusta (Ceo ) Con- MHIEL D. .t.-

Bud took ball" aid the Mrs is my general Agent and Attoiney, sixth day September next, viz: tltutiona1i 8t. New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register .
peculator cxjiorters 2,000 lu\er Dan McEIvy Med:ca. Therapeutics ap and GIDEON F. MORRIS U my Agent and Attorney North the base line and east the Charleston Standard NarhVille Garette 'Atlanta' In- '
tnarktt cluritl dull. D-Mis* S l>a\ii. John Momslm, of of principal meridian. prudence-L P. ARV1N, M. D.
for the management of the plantation of E. .C
F-Cms Frc-kiiik Mrs O McS"ain. telligencer. New York Weekly Day Book Savannah Deraoo trator pf An.toml-00BT. CAMPBSLL.'Assistant .
and 11. C. CABELL in Jefferson .
Kriicral New Chas F Forb- 0-II Osborn. county.E. C. OALf LL. Townships 2 ar'J 4.of tabgra 1. 2, 3, 4,and 6. Morning News Richmond Dispatch New York Dispatch M. D. : .*
Creen V Township 2, of 6.7,6,9. and 10. Pauldiog (Miss) Clarion, add Little Rock, Demonatrator B.
The steam-hip! North Star rtaehVl litcrpooloh 0-Klcy ((2)) P-Dick Parker Au u3t 14, 1658. 33-41 ranges SIUMOKS. M. D.
I Micheal Glurwon, ITira Partridge.J Townships 1 and 2. of ranges 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15. (Ark,) True Democrat. Prosector to the Profeawr iiurretjrv-rlL W. D
the lith inff. .Tlie olit.cal news s geiunilly un- : "
i | Nov. 14 1857. V
W Grimes, R-Frank Reiver, Township 1, of range 16* 46-ly FORD.JJ..D.

iDterctting. Queen Victoria was visiting r daughrr i Thos Canner W I) Randolph. $500 REWARD. South of tht a.ein, nd cast of the principal meridian. Cm atoif of Museum. T. P; AVELAND. .

*< at l'utwllm.ui.. Napuleon was continuing Florida Gorn en. S-John II bpratt, ((2)) OANAWAY OR STOLEN I V Maryland State Lotteries.. Tickets f r tbe whole Courts;._. .....flOS'$0$

his tour through Brittancy. The rrino-s of an I Me -rs CutU tt Gllmtr Jas Smith 1. OREN DAVIS. in I Townships 2.aod 3, of range 1, o MarticuIaliOn (U> bf-taJbu once)... 8 00

early resumption of the dip.oinatic intercourse be H Mrs Catli R A <;ori1. T C_C.?-pcir. T. Sen. t2Gaon- the n'btofthe Slat 'fromE I TownsJ.ips. 1,2, and 3. of ranges 2,3*, 4,5, 6,7, and 8. 'I R. FKAXCE & Co., Managers, Practical Anatomy boa taken ones)v. 10 On

twecn the Wctrt-n power*aad Naples was doubted. W-L Hardiion higgins TJ Henry-L V Ulmer., Jfollowiug described NEGROES Townships I and 2, of range *. : V.Y VF the Maryland State Lotteries, present the followIng For furher ior..llital, apply to airy roetnber of

Austria baa determined to concentrate troops at E )llutsop V-H W Vann ((4)) SAM, about 40 years old, dark complexion and Townships I, 2, and), of range lb. V/ Splendid Schemes V V. the Faculty, ot to the undef igH.J. zl.PGARYITDeso t." .
2 and 3 of 11.
Hardison, Dr Viinn very rotten tebth, and has a notch in his ear, weighs Townships range For AUGUST 1858. '- .
the Dalmatian fiobticr. There had been seven rioU JA Hoy, Mrs E:5 Vaniv 165 to 170 pounds-thick builtBEN' Tpwoship 1, of ranges 13 and 14. -, August, 1858. 32

at Kiltcuny in Inland; caused by the introduction Alex lIulll'h.WA J Wilson. about 30 years old, dark skin, and has a Townships 1 1, of and 2, of 17.ranges land 16. They caution purchasers Tickets to .beware V of --DISSOLUTIONOF --. -- -- . -
of agricultural machines.Die military were called II C Hill Mr Wilson (enq) notch in his front teeth is large builtraw boned and range ordeiing Tickets in Lotteries where extraordinary V

out and order restored. Duke Hay, Thou Wllli. will weigh about 175 to 180 pounds. North of the bate line and vest of Ill, principal meridian. large Capitals are offered for a small cost Tickets.; BAETHEESHIP.solved

J B Harrim.r. A C D Williams, CHARLES, abcut 13 old, dark skin, low -all such are swindles.
LATiXT.. J-Henry Joues. Etizabrthi YTickc, built, aud will weigh about years 130 to 140 pounds. Townships 2 and 3.of range 1. V The Maryland Lotteries have been in existence for fil'ID of A. R.COMBS .1 00. WeIv tt.-

Liverpool, Wednesday .Noon AilS'' 14. All the Tlios Jones, G J Willis Township 3, of rages 2. 3, and 4. Forty Yeara. They are drawn by a State Officer _l_ solved by mutual / The .btHncss 1ti1t

market are reported quiet and unchanged. TIle S Jones Quincy Withington. and JEF, a Mulatto about boy 126 17 years old, medium height, Townobips 4, 6 and 6, of range 'I. and can be relied on. If you draw Prize you will be enatinted by R. C. WILLIAMS who is stonsauthorizcc.

Bale vf cotton toy were 0,000 talc 13?' Persons enquiring for any of the above letter will weigh to 130 pounda.ANN Townships 1, 2. 4. 6, and 6, of ranges 8 and 9. get your money. Tbe whole country is flooded with to settle the affairs of lbs firm.V : V

will please say they are advertised. a. dark skinned woman, spare made, and Townships 1, 2, 3, 5, and 6, of ranges 10 and 11. Bogus Lottery concerns. Beware of them. A. R- COMBS. t

Cotazratfllaldry ITlemiage froih London. P. M. quick motion speaks quick when spoken to, about Townships 1,2,4, 5, and 6, of rangea 12, 18, 14, 15, fjf Order in the Maryland State Lotteries. K, C. WILUAJlii.

NEW YORK, Aug. 24. The Mayor of this city received August S, 1853 (''MILE) w 28 or 30 years old. and 16.TOWDSlIpS. V IUQYU'JCJo--r SCID July 15-Ji/185g, V
front the --- NANCE, a yellow girl 18 years old.; spare made 1-3.6. and fi, of rang 17. r- _

to day a congratulatory message Hand and will weigh about 120 to 130 pounds. Township 1, 2, 4, and 5, of rangea 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, Maryland State Lottery. All pen-ons indebted to the late Una of A. K.
Lord Mayor of London, dated on yesterday, the 22d I Always on LINDA, a dark akin girl 16 years old, weighs and 23. V CLASS N, Combs A X ft r IU. year 1885, 'B., sad I '

of August A LARGE STOCK OF GROCERIES'consisting / about 125 or 126 pounds. Townships 1,4, and 6,of range 24., To be drawn in Baltimore,on Batofdar, Angnil tltt, ISM. er by note or account, are rMOMUd lssst.s# i

J_ 'Townships 3, 4, and 5r of ranges 26 and 27. 12 Drawn BalloU in each Package of 26 Ticket. and setth immediately. RO. WILLIAMS.
Pcun_)iranl Politic ALIS a dark akin girl, weighs? 130 pound's low, Townships :1, 3, 4, and 5, of range 28. I Grand Prlie of-----$45,000 I Prtze of..52,000 July 17,1858. 2 -3m [Sent copy.
Bacon Sides, Pork, chunkey built.I I I'rlte of----------: 19,000: ::::.: 2ooo
PIIILAMOJ-OU. Aug. 24. Tlie Democratic party Shoulders Townships ?, 4, and 6of; range 2$. 1 ........ 10,000 1" .. ... 1,000I
iu their District Convention in the first Congressional I Flour, offer the above reward for the Ntyrott with the Townships 3 and 4, of range 30. ......... 6OOT 1 to .. .... 1,000 I .DISSOLUTION OF !
bplit I Hams, THIEF, and proof to Convict him, or fifty dollars for Townships 3, 4, and 5, of tange 32.. 1 ....... 11,000 WV Prizes of1,200 I
Distrkt. The Hon. Thomas B. Horencc I WJ. AfiJ! ,. N-grooS. 6REK DAVIS; TUk.._ 4 ._.! K At aiviria 1 ........ 6,000 20. ...... 600 : copARTNEBs1tp.TIlE :
and all other nrtice pertaining to the GROCERY ..'z . ., Iwige ... H ........ 6.000 I to to .. .. 1\1) .
7as nominated l>y hii fnvndsand Dr. Netingorby I businew. KNIG1IT&SIIINE. August 14. 1858. 33-41 South of the bate line and vest of the principal me r i CO-PARTNERSHIP btrtto&rasxktcc bV

the auti-Lccomptouilcii. In the 2J District G I August' 2S. 1858. 35 Savannah Medical rid'tan. i : :::::::::::: ,: I E : f.--- 09 JL tween the Subscribers.*under &.Firm ofIIODGKISS

II. Martin x as uoonoattd ; in the IhirJ, James College. Township I. of ranges 13, 14, 15, 1C, 18, 19, 20, 21, 1 ". ........ 64 to .... 110I SCOTT. POOLE V
....... ...11.0001 UU ... ..
Landy, IIJJdi, in the fointli Henry M. Phillips. for Sale. sixth Annual Course of Lectures in this In- 22, 13. 21. and 25. 4.168 tot *
j THE .......- !: ,T40 U ..... 11,71 has been this day dissolved bt matal eoQstoC :Tb,
-- Andrew S. Garr and others, ") State of Florir on, will commence on the first Monday in Townships 1 and 2, of ranges 26 and 27. 80,318 Prlzt'.........amOUDUng to$601000Ttcktes ](.and Accoutzare in the bands THOS.H.IIOMnaa -

J@dg. IJaWklns. I I (la.MiddleCirCUit, November next.: The Preliminary Lectures on the At the land office at NawsAfsmir, on Monday, $10. Halves 15.Quarter $2.30 Eighth $1.28. and I).H. FOOLB, either of.whom will HtU.op

Thi genii-wan addressed the people (If Columbia Lewis Curtis k Natl'1 Thuralpn, V} in Leon County. 18 Ih of October. the sixth day of September next, viz: Ct.'rtlftcale 01 Package oU8 Wholes----------------$15600 the business of the late Firm. '

county. at Alligator on the 7th inU The moet of Tiutees (>f Apalachicola[ In Chancery.Land FACULTY : South of the bie line and RaIl of the principal me- 110. do. 26 Italics---------------- 1t.00 THOS. H. HODOIMV .
]iu speech was confined to the charge broughtaganiet do. do. z6Qnarters--------------- 8950do.
l'sthe Company, and'olhers. jOURSUANT R D ARNOLD, M D-l'rofessorTbcorYllnd Practice ,,. do S6Etghtha... ... 19.75 GED. W. 800X10-;:
; him oppotitien.Judge POOLSn
V D. H.
Hawkins made the clearest and mo-t bAll. f) a Decree rendered in this cause of Medicine.P Townships 2 and 3, of range II. .

t factory Jef..nct'1'e ever listened to. Not suing for X the subscriber will sell by .uC'tiun. at the plaCe M KOLLOCK. M D-Prof of Obstetrics and Townships 2. 3, 4. 13, and 14, of range 12. HAVANA. .PLAN. WM. G. POOLE... ,.

J or a.kinj &u lik.a he |i 4nd ti e herein specified all the lands beloiij- Diseases of Woman and Children.W Townships 1.3.4,11.12,13, and U, of range 13.) Tallahawtc. July 1858. ."' vj'. .

only mercy asked the judgment par of his 'hirreJBJlauitJ.the i I i ins to said Company embraced in .The Forbct Purrhase. O BULLOCH, M D-Prot Principles. and Towusbips 1.4, 5, 10 11, 12, and 13. of range 14. This it the old mode of Droving,-Prizei in ass1t'.eet V
/ I 1 and in the counties Practice of Sur cad Ticket in l'r.-.J"rJtry Prize it TTAYINQ parcb3aedLbei9t.Teste of IOT W*>Of41XI :
of Leon
I sickly slang anJiLoi e .-of his rnal.contents. lie I lyint Wakulla. ery. Townships, 2. 11, and 12, of range IS.
started ont Loldlt-i'l: b< w'in r how he had teen maligned |i G ads'!tn add.Litn-rty viz: the Ilnd lying in tbe J G HOWARD. M D-Prof. of Anatomy. Townships,9. 10. and 11, of range 18. Dreamt .s.:. acre Jr. toe Finn pf nQDflJH5j. *IT'POOLE. A'
Tints VAVAStc is wrrnorr A VDu> T will condone Ill business
and of the first two uanfcd c uuiie, wi be at TALLAHASI JURIAJ HARHISS, M D-Prof.of Physiology. Townships 2, 4,5,6,7, 8. 9, and 10, of range 17. rear venoN. u ersUfara.
Impugned by tome prostituted .
f epithet of hit enemies. lie Inshod them with a |I I on the seventh((7ih) day of December, and those J n READ. M D-Prof. Materia Medtca and Medical Townships 1.2,4. 5.6, '. 8, 9, and 10, of range 18. Maryland State Lottery. and will o>e my best efforts to merit &. patrotsknof *

whip of scorpion, and left thorn as devoid of pout. I II j i lying in the last two, will be sold at QUINCT, on the Jurisprudence Townships 2, 4, 5 6. 7, 8. aol 9, of range 19. EXTAR CLASS 9, all who tnay favor ns with their trade. k

I, ical honesty. *. a persimmon tree without leaves in fourteenth (Hlh( ) ,day of December Dxt V N A PR ATT, M D-Pi of. of Medical and Pbar- Townships 1, 2.5,6, 7, aod 8. of range 20. To be drawn In Baltimore,M d.Saturday Ani.Sill\ ,1US. 1st 18S8. 27. OEO. fSOOIT..
autumn. I These laud', comprising: about a million of acres, maceut'cal Chemistry. Towtiohips 1.2,4,15, aud 6, of range 21. 20,165 Prize 40,000Ticketall I! "ell
extend from the St. Marks the JOS J WEST. M D-Adjunct Pro of Anatomy.JAS Given under band, at the of
to I
Jv- my city Washington,
We would call
lIe showed in a careful manner all of hi- acts and Apalachicul.t particular attention to tbe following
I Oak &
his crs; they exhibit every variety of indiginoua E GODFREY, M Demonstrator of An the 1st day of July 1858. whole Hickory Spoke
doings in Oongrew- Stewardship there-the I splendid scheme a package of 16 tickets .
\\iciv5tndc of the Pill-the want of proper data j to this l titude. including, afcourse.live oak cypress atomy. JOSEPH 3. WILSON. costing only |80-aud every other ticket being rpUE undersigned give notice to Canian jSu&ll*,
ce lar and junij; ;, er; the ixiii is to the growth I If During the Session of Lectures at the Savannah July 24, 1858. 30-6wNotice. JL
of warranted draw determined that
owinc to the oirelesnnV tIle (oflicia1 in Flu iJ.\ V to $10, by .the lumber PlantiTj. *!, they all now s ..iII
t, -the failure of the pnpcrt accompanying the Bill ( grain c--tt"n-long and iort staple tobacco and Medical I College Clinical Instruction will be given drawing the Capital Price wbethef- odd or Mlnuwt /g \faVgpH and OarfiaVt i>! :'. "
I augar-cane. The abound in fish and the furet I twiee week at the Savnnuah Hospital. only by '. \t -c..U' .
r -the opposition it net with l>y the Black Ucpuhljcsns w.tet cvec. thmery. Go.. Steam MOI.lt a.1"an..
members of the of the Savannah Medical
with materials l for soil naval Faculty
f -in all, the titter imposjitility *t carrying tilt fliip-buiMmp stores. 1iitJ.WnAPPLICATION V STLCXDIB: acuzwz.V. hasass Bauroad bepVand will ke.p'nt'l vtrhty,
bill Ihrowgh h. House lie wonrd t ) by milk 2'E/tMS;'Ose-third of the pr.rchaoe mosey Io I College. upon a large number and variety! of diseases 1- P"ze.ot.. .*S3,000 4 Apprcfcit'oto....$300 of seasoned Oak And 'Hickory eonataaUy oq band.'

; und water" fetich .' be said of Ms opponent ProI I be paid in e.iih the balance in one and two ears, both medical and surreal.An will be made to the next Lcgis- 1 ** .. 10,000 + ". ... 100 which they will sell oa such terms as to malts K ate
in equal with 'ijjht per in'tmetfuipi I Obstetrical' Ward is also well fitted up to 'tate of Florida, for chatter fora 1 U .OOO. .... 60 nil '
W teott. Bet it was more than milk and water : inIAlmfnt eet a 1 ... object to &purchase from them. The MTowbf
fcr he churned him into butter, and only lft one I tate purchase; titles to be ma e by the Re I Icti which students may bate access, accompanied by Rail Road from Gulf City" in the waters of tie 1 .. tOOO.2.1JOO" ... 60 60 is the scale of cash prices delivered at tha futerj:

little Jcdee Havkins did him 1f"real I alt the puiclmeta money U paid- the Professor of this branch in our Institution. The East Harbor of Apalaebicola, through the counties t U ....... 1,000 l p: ""
Credit grease at Alligator spot and completely >Jit'2tt the The sale will be poMtivc-r.nd without rCene. I dwt'Cting.rooms will be op n at the commencement either of Gadaden or Leon to the Georgia Line. 1 ...... ijaoo 8 .... M Buggy. Spokes-, Of pc/lbousand..4, ff'VW.
; remain until the of the 1 500 .U..6
and close
of the
JOHN Receiver Ac.TallaKssiee aesasion so :
him here.- HEARD. I Tallahassee, August 7, 1853. 32 ::::::::: '
prejudices which were against I 1 500 a. ... M Carriage and 1.L r. Wigc.a SpokceV
i lectures.
We saw ariiiore satisfied audience before.I'.vcn A0ffu 58, 1858. Cl 1 Of ...... 4PO tll tMM1 t. .... .'.... .i
never The condition which! the bountiful per < : .6} .
accompanies t ........ 400 8 .... 60
: some of the'K.'It's who"had bitterly opposed **v The fulloing papers are rtquet to publish [; donation of the last Legislature to the Savannah Just Received1, J 4 ....... too : Carnage and I horse Waggon HpnkeapraeU. ,V f.

Mm, said, they could never vote againfi Jod e llaw- the furegijing once a week until 7th day of Deeemher I j Medical College, will be mostheartiU complied with TN STORE, and fur ale by the undersigned a! 1 U 900.6 .50 ..-... ............. .".I' ... .
kin on the grounds of the failure of the apprcpriat wxt. and send bills! to the Receiver:-Montgomery JL 1M u :::::::::: J00'ar .. .J, 4 boric VTtgjun tb 0
viz that from each fresh DRUGS and CHEMICALS of .' Spokes r nd..t.j
beneficiary "
Advertiser and Confederation 'Columbus by Faculty, : one supply ,ooo JO are ..:: ::...:.::::::. U .
lie left an 'impre mon here that will work ; shall receive 4 aelt.... r to
District of the State which the few
Congressional a following are a -
onders in his favor. All throogh bis speech he Times A Seutinal; Macon Telegraph; Auguttt O >n- V "Wlota TtctetlI10UaI\\lla.Quarters $J.SO borse to ibounnd.7j: .
gratuitous education in this Institution. Application I 0 Betx>erine, lod. AmmonIa A _'Certificates of 1C TThole
titntionalist Savannah Georgian and Republican 1 oza. 5 ozs. Uuf Packages whrr to .
would let forth his cit and which ; ; 6"
some carcssm, for such poeitioa should be made to the Dean on or 10 Santuoinc 6 u persons wish to pay the only wIll be sent for (39an. V ICtt\1 ::0-.t
:old wonderftilly upon his enemies. The cheers Charleston Mercury nod Courier; Wilmington Journal before the fin of October next accompanied with .. Sulphur ao. W Ualreadix, :::::::::::: 40 Jrt"wp
and applause of the audience, told 1 1m.Judge Hawkins I ; Raleigh Standard ; Richmond Enquirer; Talla V moral character. 15 Cbinoidifto 10 Nit Silver good.recommendations as to Cinchona 10 Ext MfoesZa do. spteimspt .at
Sentinel Times R 12 Sulph do. U SlghUa. do.---------- 10
stood before his pt'f'n.-Cofltnbill Democrat, baS e ; Newport { QUIDY PQb. Demonstrators Ticket. .... ...$ 10 25 Morphia :' 2. Elatenum, Mr. Kuhn' Carriaw 8bop m Ta n ba4s u''t *
booth Ccrolinlao and New York The Managers have beea from the
i i'A intt. compelled numerous -
I Cub Matriculation Ticket (paid once).. 5 25 Act 12 Cillrtn, 8cEIIEacX,:
mad 'of
to bnfaithfuloess
\. PKESEXTraon ".BatT. -BowitosCh.ii.- E. Jourl Cmert. __ I Fee for Diploma!,........j. ...... 30 20' Piperine, 40 M "ex Quinine on the part complaints of those who have them been attending to the $uyi0-lbs.!. .',. .. ";.V5i5'.5 V
Fees entire Course. ..... 105 "
for fc
Mix Esq., tlus.Omr&ieAicner(>f Indian' AffaIrs} las. : Notice.to PrerEmptors.1 For further particular tJURIAtf 8 Iba. 'Pbospafe StryeboineS of Am- Iba.Sulpb Ether.monii filling and of in orders their,Io resuta. the,. correspoodence bwi NEW CA''illnU: IROLrrHJJItgDe8'tvp

received handnomc present from Billy Bowlegs, ;HARRlSS Dean.V Chloroform ness own name.
in the shape of a beautiful can?, made' from theOJ T>Y direction from th Cminiele of tb GenXJ 14 1853. 93 SO ; 2f Order Ticket from the Managers only. t't.i u.ttinn
August 10 Iba. lod. PtoUrfr30 )
Glycerine (pure
', of Land Office that Address all totters to R-rRANC&ct CBalthaore X l.-i
of a.royal palm-tree and susceptible a high given casks Rock Potash. : : 9tTahlaluza.e.'ath1'.eiudtht WdCk1iIMope
er ,
ro1:!b. The bead i* of 'gold. The present is made the tbre sections ollaad within six and : smmRIFH..R"O'SSETT t Jilt ar qthp1tait1us.Jh. V

os a token of Bijly'a appreciation of ktmloeases extended fifteen mil* itt pf&h Pro tod Georgia and < '. .,.-ALSO-. r r' KucbG.185s.i o'JI1-11' '.V .,.Jr kaw'.'LlTert .tI :' V

to him"by Mr. Mix In 1852' when lie visited Aabm Ri nl ?, an restored BROGANS, from thed. Factory 500 028S.UfPII: Q UI.pure .. BOOK-BINDING. ; ,'ti'inth.baikJi '
atiiiogton! in company with ,othrnmbere of pre ept.eUeulrn'a. : and 600 pound Patent Balances, r fortwrrj o msd"'W X X* flvisiir, .
''m tribe, aa a dele at. tot with the United O .sections of land S, I.ird spring Balances" Warranted; and which we off-r low for CASH. ''P US UNDTETl'SfOfcED IS NOW wberVbsli prepared to 1 aU KMdfc. ire %/M kit "

xtates goveruraeci. *.'A'a. within the six and fifteen tail limits of tbe abovementioned *' Porcelain lined preserving Kettles, AMES & LIVELY. 1 P.R.Ep.AREDwITIIre y lioetattiM >borteslaotitva _HtMiaVsjv t >* -

rd. and who detirt to. secure their Brown Crnehed and Clarified Sugir_. Jul1 SI. :858. U TOOLS AND SLAIEHIAI8 l KEASOABEE ? OiMylc. .
fJ. 'atiKH H'l .,, / claims tb. pre-emption ac ef 4tb ,Sepiember, Burning Fluid Lamp Oil and Linseed Oil. /lI .. < ... .J'; _
Which to' alirmlcg' ,1841. required to file their declaratory statement.why4a7frotbed4te Seed Seed BOOKZJSSJK .ac b ueuNre '.. ....
V laaLeeaprerani an .extent, a White Lead, Window OUra fine proof Paint, Seed, FOR RINDING buhes aad..ag aa1t ._ '
-tlfs and
In the loyeli.1 1'of tbe'Sfe for noeiIea past notice :Potash io C pounda Can V :
brall br add eoI. n. devgD.1sp'.pSri.G dotUsJ .t
twelve FOR .FALL PLANTING. of the V
hat spandcake payrasotwitbin months
recently ad.ltsattp oc.JJl1.b'qiAltl' lo.rror Fin smoking and chewing Tobacco : .
eitUeoa olTallabaaeee aadasnoeuiry work u well aiii1i tbaIats K-atI. W.
m. .
It semj" ,!. i.Ui1& & h.i Uor8J ,jixatbssw.date. ,. -: Green and Blade Tea; 'Qreeu Glazed Drumhead ,; '
| is in the Brick dow Uk lf rtk- *
'Tboa wko taakf settlemtnts 'hereafter win V RUTABAGA Shop office ibrmvly occupied by..Dr. .. i .O'-.m.tn
s* tie&.lNia
we do not ; omacattle it.- nay Candies and Starch T V
ear tx.
Soap, rtJip. Cabbage
Call *be Cburdu'He AU UkM who hate tbt4 kiod of *tA-tf rdijaadvibiedo V
Episcopal is
,1% e think be.wtse.lo be rcqaarad to 61s declaratory stattments ct provethe opposite a practical | /
lwyuW kHP..1tid1.} Flat Dutch Turnip, | '
ALSO Buster and eels that. work inamaamcr tbat ,wiU'j
_1 periods prescribed by 1&". V sore caoo as ( ,1We kef'*
Penned U be up..itW
to human aw 1U'C*jf Jfj.tpsuffer OM' '-/them.'as to run may,atlariaand perilooa E.L T. BLAKE. Register.AO ., V Cypress Syrup Barrel : Just received and fur silo byAMEd i' well. and as cheap as H can be done elsewhere.CFIAKLES sattfbetiovi,wcrld do well. to, cafes -:.T Jr 3"' /

( KOOD W A RD. Receiver. Focaatcby O.& J. MEOINN.ISS.AVjjusl : A LIVELY.: FI.NDEISEN. V V7M.KUHH3.
I'OUnue tIM tee ol'I.J1 .-y..rKf'G' Adrocet.. toth'a : \
'. TalL: bast ct. Auj. .:8, 1858. $ -Zw : 7, I2. 32-lt Jaly 17, 1S53. 2'J ; July I'l, 1858. ??-Iy [ fg- Sent. cupy. I July(. It68. u.

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Journal 48 HOURS P. B. WILLIAM
ItP1oririi, :, d : : 710.V.il may COXCEfX
LiYlfiY MO .
ij i.psbflabIirJ SATUBD,..by gUrnlhat *rplKtlx>a r>lllt
TALLAHASSEE$ : I ansi Croiil Acres of the
T.4ftttIL&a; P DYKE. entu ing oly
ir.g IRON WART, I to cbs rge tre rams cit tad /tcr
-c er'anM ld" 1"bde. Ji I : THE bis DEALER I \ I < Vkfe rod ak.stbeuge
(1 AOM -elTKBAU .d lL.pubfic, that'be :
.a f 'V ARE. in all vvqe-etatoih4ef a
.OL.UVERTtSL'iG. i I1IIL.TO.T& CIIATTAIIOOCIIEF, J large Brick Stables, at the I in Leh slf of tbe Bar of Trus
r Jo e\q"TI'nt"ktIS"M-I.--firit iDl.rtioD, fl OQk I prepared to accommodate Stove I JOBS C. ,*t.
4w. ..._.a Dffi 66 i U-oJ S. MaiJ) Line i lie also has attached to a se I' 1t SPLENDID I 21 i ,.
; 'wfuiuivlai Buuaese Cards inserted at 910 pet smith Shop,where he will and Wood l Stores *""

1 aooum..: ,4 '*V\ .:,"* -T t. i s m.1.ock..1y Plantation work, Horse! i, and durability,at i .

,,1 Adrejt'kjBMt* not marked with th. cumber of 1 J, Leaves"Milton Tuesdays end Friday's at 10 the very best manner and Out Notce.
,.isert&zi11tbS epdUoaed, until ro&Ud. and.chargei patch. I ?airlt IL&'ate
I I oVocfr, a. & t November 6. 186:*. Roofng.OrAncntl I Auld. Ute of Lw-n utrjy, de
i aoo i'il1. 'tel r p\Jtic&t1o'n of 1..1 or eiUt). Leastt Chattahoochce Tiusday't and Satur.day' ,. legatees and yetceca enti-
Ct' oa Carriages, Lead Pipes,
aicerti4ng fees the arriral the Steamer Znc. I in raid Estate, are tetchy uni
18'-i th" fJOTICEis after of from Cloa.j dene
i. r. J....g. I" .- I Afalachicoia and the Stage from Tallaltas. For Sale by every variety I claims and dma d. to lie nm-
Rod without sod.tfcat the
tn,'Fla., and Bainbridge, Ga., THE City .
iII" i I at the of two
IiA. IrSl 'JJ 1N S IF GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK 1 Buggies, and Are respectfully elsewhere.t. nprati1 the "1-.
__ pHI3 LINE is now in first-rate order. The whole for sale on the most chasing* N.B. All ANNE P. AUL.
t JL Stock has been renewed with new and comforaUe and with'tbe
tforember 18, 186-1.
material and Wi.1Ut d
$. \ hereby given that HACk. The Drivers are careful,soLes and accommodating. -- best 23SwNotice.
the BULCKuriHixa BUM'l A liberal allowance of allowed MILES le will be offered for -
fLl I beggage -- --
I. -he.CDcLicued aaXereto- October2O,1855.
to each .
0 or WIL60Jf tb.am. Dealers in Drugs I I ,
.* QLb.sr V.D, 1, C. in I = '
e.1jV14rEOfiEL t AGENTS: rcceiv d from New Wht date. I shall 'present iny final
1 At Milton, J AS. A. Cluruy, a general Brandy I vouchers to the UorhJ Judge
: B. Fitts & Co. Geneva Ala, W. D. Monaoz such as Oils of almost OLD( Port, county, a *toy of
Campbelton, J. W.SMITH, White Lead Zinc and other Madeira, ,I W. *yw, lat* of raid county,
; *0 tfful7or; the patronegc heretofore extended them, Mariana W. NICHOLS, best quality, Putty Bru for a discharge \iom.said admin
t they are now better prepared and determineJ to Chaltaboochce DT Cotsax. Gelatine,London Mustard, ( ) tt'r. f ALFRED RAYSOR Admt'r.

SPARE KO PUNS Passengers'eanbe taken through with certainty, for medicinal purposes I Flavoring l
fccuiity, and with comfort. InVs,Quinine, Perurian Yeast Powders,
'i jontth.e5r. part to necommodstc all who may favor OEO.D.FISHER, Prop'r. and Cou'r.June .tc. te,and i general I Spanish Olires, Notice

: them-with. their patronage, 12 1858. 24tfPLANTERS' Medicines. We keep Corn Starch, I date, 1 shall final
present my
,, '*; ,' SUCH AS hope to merit your I ] / ____ Worcestershire I ber. to the Hon.Judge of Pro-

Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Re. HOTEL March 29, 1866' I I Claret English, Mustard county, a admiittor"de boris
of John ef laid
I the i LLfon
pairing Carriages and Bug I and ask from said
a get, Plantation work of iJ m. Tallahassee Fla.lml AKULLA I I January. 6, 1856. I I o EO.BLACKBURN,

_ : every description, Ne'"aU' naran- I Admt'r.de bot s ncn
Kllil 1._..- -.I r*r-l-l-.f .--.. TfAmlng IVa mnm BUnaciUBER would r*.p*>rtfuUy inform Liver 15Notice.- m
I ___ __ __ __
and Carts Jhis friends and the that the This Estaltirtmrat will
gMU' public generally, .. C
and io fact every other diseription of work made of above well-known HOTEL will be opened on the - 'TB : .

Iron and Steel' all of which we wiaiAirr,and pledge second day of August next. He invites the attention SINCE the death of Mr. I _- -_ __ _-_ chased i dite I hall present my final\
ourselves to execute at the shortest notke. of the public to its charge; all William H.N ew.om. .I n to the lion.Judge of Pro
H. B. HTTS-A CO. Facilities for their Acc' mmodatlon.It relative to work, Ac, good will of ,; (county a administrator wi&' the

-! Feb.87, 1858. -ly the immediate vicinity of the most desirable All work coming under prepared to carry on ( I.I Estate of Jefferson B. KJlis,late
business portion of the city, presents will be promptly and promises the-pel and ask for a discharge from
at 'as moderate a charge in his line : .
} on reu I
justify. I
the traveler of business or pleasure and is unsurpassed Tins Establishment is I J.\MES.WALnR:
in all its appointments for tbe enjoyment of making money, (strange a. Sep.a.1tss I .Admtr. Wilifx.

EASE AND COMFORT k THE LUXURY OF experience has demo I 1-8m - --
it in this region at this branch : : }
GOOD LIVING. benefit of the unfortunate, FUTON Notice. .

,' o:7ins:: TERMS are MODERATE. ..i Q gines, and such like, to date, I lhal present my final
Ilit Palter*, Stock, rtIIE voucher to Hon Judge of Pro
C. HOWARD FISHER. Large, in Order, JL public that they county,as administratrix of the re
.I July 31,.1658. 31-tf Job tea be \ business, under tie : Seww lte of said county, de
Neatness to th
from admins
NEW S'l'ORE-NE\V GOODS. Cardy, lid
Shafting Pcllicn EL'IE STEWART, Admtr'x.
\ -- Shaftings. Spur Gearing, be for the purpose of I i 126mNotice. .
f4flW' 4 Z1- ham are
-- -- --
Stop C'cks.'Oauge
MERCHANT TAILORS Sear Rollers, Circular or: work appertaining to :, .
Ames & Livelv sell furnished to order and
Oust Mill Clearing,
received the following forge and well AND DIALERS IX 'Ac, Ac, Generally kept on Sugar Mills and date I shall present my final
HAVE just assortment of BRUSHES, which are READY-MADE CLOTHING Notice. In Fact, Here ir I neatness en dispatch. 1ourhrrs as administrator of the es-
offered for sale< on as reasonable terms as tan be affoided AND Work in this Line Done up I of all of I t"rigbt deceased, to the Hon.
io Southern Market, viz: GENTLEMENS''''FURNISHING GOODS. Having some bait t a : : Are-Also cole agents of Ln county, and a,k for a des

Paint Brushes any ground from 0 to 000000, -- -- If running, caused tbe I for Ginning Cotton, I .J. nOTWRIHT. A.m .
I rison's Grist Mills fur .
do do10 Copperbound from No. 1 to 6, rTHE SUBSCRIBERS are DOW opening at the same cause must keep i .
b White Wash Brushes, of aU grades and sizes, X the Store next to Mcsers.G.&J. Megin- 11 always rely on having ,
Window do Hor.e doSe i niss. a well selected Stock of SPRING and WAKULLA : .:, Notice.

do in pairs and with top knoU. I| SUMMER GOODS.-suitable furGENTLEXENS' at ,
I' May 1". (Iat. shall present to U-e H .r.
SM Root Bath Brashes, WEAR, Rut Here Comes the :' intend ---- Z :', in rnd for the county, ofMr.d-
I do do Velvet do consisting in part of French and English Cloths, Cas and touchers, as admiontra'rr
{ Horse Hair Flesh do curved and plain imcrcs and! vcstings of the latest style and best quality PAY PAY ! At j Richard: Harrison. deceased, and

Tooth, E-ir sad Nail Brashes, in great variety which they are prepared to make up to order in You will send to New ( cdI I for'final discharge from said aJ
b. ut s S.f do"honE a workmanlike and fashionable manner, and on REAtoxABLC tiinore and have work I }l I.RRSOY. Admt'x.
do FIfth GioTes" I TEAMS. Also, a good assortment of dreaming of credit bnt I .. i OF It-trn
Wire giencil Brushes. -
bound -
READY-MADE CLOTHING no Banks or Banking
do do marking .doJAOD consisting of Fine Black and Colored Cloth Frock want 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 years [ ] Incorporated in Notice.
bonad Roof do Coal Cassimere, Business Coats, Black and one to ride from 60 to 500 t
,Fancy date, I shall
ib do present
Ser my
Handle Colored Raglans and Over Coats, Black and Fancy bly ultimately expend ( CASH vouchers to the Honorable J folI
and Laskering do I
Doeskin and Ca .imerc Grenadine amount in collecting I Is en
Pants Figured I
'Ooilders and Graining Combe, L county adlini.1rltor; ex
tip. *nJ Silk and Cassimere Vests. aging Home Industry If INSURE AGAINST a
Fancy i of Nathan Fo! ,
Camel's Hair and Badgers Blenders, 'orn .fPe.f.
ALSO that it does not thrive the ON TEEMS .
dp do Pencil., -- e from said adni'nutration.
Arrangements must be
Shaving Brashes-Badger,Buffalo and Bristle, A good assortment of black and fancy silk cravats delivery of work, through AND ANDREWS, late Sheriff w.dAdmt'r.
Hat do and ties, shirts merino, silk: anu ?Uoa under shirts, St. Mark, or Tallahassee .excfflcio.
Together with 1 large lot of Paints and Painters Ma- collars, socks, gloves, &c. borne. B. ISGrNotice.
$ terials.Nor. The subscribers are new beginners and not entire YOU tie good, but !
may I
14, 1857. 47 ly unknown to the community, and they pledge bard earnings in this August 15. 1861.. .

United States Mail Line them themselves with their to gin patronage.satisfaction J. WEBER to all who may fat or sel/cs Labor is believe credited it is out nut, half I 5 8 I The !. date. to I the shall Uoo.present Judge my of final Probate ac

for it. :3:0. ,. of the Estate
-FEOM- I aJministrkr
Mlyl,188. _u.__ 28._ Nen P..r _!Uly u. I PREPARED T'c from aid admiolsttioD

FRORIDA PORTS, I NEW COODS. GARDEN Knox-!!! the tc.Oat Received I, 1 1.fresh- 20in ODE&AdLr
-- "- --- --
STEAMER ISABEL JOHN PRATO RIO US, lirE weuld call the line
T" T the public generally given, that six montks aftrf
FOa IUTAXA AND MERCHANT well selected Assortment Lad
wi be made by the subscri
_,... \J
Dealer in Ready Mad Clothlog andGentlemen's FRESH G can Sept.5,1857. Probate .f Lees county
THE SOUTHERN waters I administrator and adminis
Famishing Goods. Our Seeds are procured
flourish : espe- of John Talent,de
Company ----- Liver LLOYD.
Steamship :
such as ours. E3PCall
/ Fall and Winter '
am now receiving my sup cases. horse H. ,
; OJ' J EW .. 01U.E.59' that you may secure the .
taken the man oootract for above ports, ply of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting, <$r., oj re or ''PHE 2mNotce.- -

HAVING. two first class Sea Steamers regularlytwice Every Color, Style and Quality, January 9,1858. I I HICKd JL citizens will orralJ carry on .
a month meeting in tbe Spanish Hole on the <
nth and 29tb,and leaving the same evening. which I am prepared to male up in the most Florida I wiu- I present my final ac
: to the iloo. Judge of Pro
THE "STEAMER 8PRA Y" fashionable style, on short notice will e- in all its various ,. at adlstrato x-officia-

,- will leave New Port in the morning, and St. Marks AND REASONABLE TERMS io the all orders with Jjrid) toooty,de-
terminus on the arrival of the Can from Tallahassee, -ALSOA AT a meeting of the will be warranted to a discKarre from snid, ?miajstra-

taking mail passengers baggage and freight to and LARCt.tNDWEU.SELCTEDCTOCK OF Florida Railroad ( Ma- Blacksmith here o ANDREWS, late sheriff a.
from the Steamer,and returning in season for the aft 00 the 7th day oC satisfaction in every administrator ex
.nM>*.train. READY-MADE CLOTHING, lowing resolution was ) He HORSE 23GmNotice. e.
The travelling public can now reat aasqred that this Consisting of every garment ratable for winter wear WIIEKCAS The work on O all - .

long desired and frequently attempted communication such as Cloaks,Talmas. Coats,Vests Pants,ic, ic, ing advanced to a un e .
to and from the above ports is in such hands a which will be disposed of at low prices. ful connexion with tbe bu will
to warrant permanency and success. Also,a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts Collars tbe practicability of a tion. .date I "al pent my final
Passengers having slave servants must see to Undershirts,Cravats,Stocks Hosiery, Ac,Lc. the end being resonably CO. F b 13, 185S.. to ,. 0 Po.
tearing them at the Custom House, before going onboard Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their which has thus far a administrator of the
; own interests by giving me a call as all the above articles that a point has been late oC..I county,deceased, and
4 fgT Also look akryour Baggage yourself. have been selected with great care, and with a to be met by tbe e fr lid admi.tt
For further particulars Apply' to special view to their adaptation to this market. planters and merchants of .t1.forsaleby A B.G.GUSE. .
DANIEL LADD, Agent. October 18, 1856. ly42A. TJiertfort, Resolved, JftNotice. .
ted to invite subscriptions McNAUGH' --- -
New Port. Fla. July Ii, 1857. 28 Jau.23l858.
:. pany upon the same terms .
B. CLARKE such steps a. may afib-d
SCHEDULE OF TBAHTS tunity to the inhabitants the first publication of this no

ON THE TS now receiving his Fall and Winter Stock of Counties to take Stock.A CIGAS igel.administrator of the Ec-
JL Goods suitable for true copy from the late ofLcra eonc-
FLORIDA RAIL ROAD. .; final acooont to the Judge of Pro-
1M1 M W the and ask to b discharged.

consisting in part of French and English Cloths,Cassimeres In ttf tIm New DEICllER Adat'n
_B.- and Vestioga of all colors and of the be.tqUAl hereby pursuance given that tbo -I ,
ity,which he u prepared to manufacture to order on
iEA.YES FERN.ND NA DAILY, the most reasonable terms and in tbe most may manently be open made at either fa neve C DREW. Notice.

{SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) FASHIONABLE MANNER, amount of tbe present and the pablieatiosi e t BO
each share of$100.00. LARGE administrator.
Together with a general assortment of For sale L Ute
f\tf arrival of Steamers from Charleston and Sa town sites of Fernandina eif. late ei
V7 vannah, connecting at Callahan with Stage for READY-MADE CLOTHHf, 750,000 acres of land, 'e and Toaebcnr eJ.
Trader's Hill and CcntreTill', Ga. ; at Baldwin with that will compare favorably with any stock of Clothing praised at over 12.000.000 Feb. 6.1858. aU county and ask to be
Stage for Tallahassee; at T.ail Bridge With Stago ever exhibited for sale in this city consisting of further aeeeesmeot of from Hd R.A.SEINE, .
for Middlebnrg and at Starfce with Stages fee NewoaosvQIe Fine Black and Colored Cloth and Frock Coats will be sufficient to finish and 2ftaa
Ouusvill, Micanopy, Flcmington andOasis. Fancy Cassimere and Beaver Frock aid Business Extra and
Coats, J ao. 9, 1858. received
.LEAVE Starke aily,(Sundays excepted.) on arvaJot Black and colored Cloth Beaver and Pilot Over- Ol just i Notice.

Stages and connecting at Fernandina with Sack Surtonts S, 1858. I the first pnUkatioo this botke.
Steamers' for Savannah and Charleston on Monday. Raglan's Black and Fancy Doeskin and Cassimere1ants -April- will exhibit hie feel aeeowt
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. ALL persons having Cod ltrator.f the Estate of John
A. II. COtK, Sup't. Best Grenadine, Barathea Satin and Cloth Vests John B.Scot, ) ; ,laU of Lace ooonty, to the
May 1.1858. 18. : Fancy Velvet,Cassimcre Silk and Cashmere do., county,are notified to FREI A PURE Probate of said county and ask
White Silk do, signed duly authenticated late Clark&

; ; $50,000 Cash! Gents'Shawl, Dressing Robes, Fine Shirts, Silk, by law, or this notice > Pro- For sale by B.a LEWIS Admt'r.
.. Cotton and Merino Under shirts, recovery; and all persons ion April5.18S SIOreNotice.
: 'e 3,000 Bales Cotton Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawer hereby notified to make to be

5,000 Leon County Bonds! ALSO ucJo l'igned. B. W. Pure I .

THE UNDERSIGNED makes tke fallowing pro. A general assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and Monticello June 12th, the (GROUND ) I
to his friends and customers vitl Satin Stocks Ties and Cravats, Collars colored and on i the first pobfieatioo of this oetke.
First:He will receive Cad in pay met t for all white Kid and Silk Gloves,Buck and Lisle Threaddo. there V\7E bare jOt Executrix of the last Will and
monuts doe him on notes, hoods or open accounts. .Ladies Gauntlets superior Linen,. Cambric and T V and beautiful L.Hooch deceased,late of Leon
In the absence ef Ca.A, be will receive her ioal account 0 the Jw'ft
Secondly- Silk Handkerchief.Brown and Fancy Cotton Lisle montl! after the > at factory, lOt offer it i t
XJotton in payment for all bond, notes. or open ac- Thread and Marino } Hose ic, tc. CALL AND SIX.the undersigned for eOI1Jee. a coaaty and ask to be Ext'x.
counts at its highest market price.Thirdly paint pleat SUSANNAH
of B. J
Henry Bradford 1
-In tbe absence ef Cad and Cotton he 27- m
I I October 18, 1856. account and apply to The J briUaoy llor/rt
>D1 receive to the amenot of$6,000 Leon County ---- .
Bonds kt their market value,In payment of Bunds, I A C A' D. county Estate.for a discharge EDWARD I imaL.itlr o i"ji"! Notice.

notes and a6eooota.He .
in exposed t the lit
June 5, l88. IMt date, I sbjJI apply to
would inform his friends and customers that UTE have understood from a reliable source, that I ority to White Lead in for so or
his payment for the montba of February and March J I our temporary absence from the State, hasbeen the latter has Jeffersnau county'If lane
,. ( into.a virtual Gold Etat I the sale of a certain lot
at, very heavy,and he feels confident to eoovidera- by sass Jrint magnified Kootjcellt and
ton of .tM\\ great'loiulgeoee heretofore extended.they abandonment of our business ia New Port.- supply just. de in the Town of .
'the 1868.: cootalotoB'
,_ill ONE ud ALL torn forward and .availvUMmsulvee That reports are being carefully tirculated throughout AFRESH April 3 Lolf Bailey
of the mdo.ewentaced in this advertisement the country,that we bare sold out here lock, May2I858. 2 pr. I I to the K to.rff dfb&a.r i
:and peyat leaeiaa amount sofiWeot to en. stuck and barrel and are clean'." Whatevec -- brot .John Q / fOr the payment Hot
Franklin T. \CARTEft,
able him.to meet: his Kabillties. Should there b. the mttive, the fish, we think may hare been father E JAMES
.4 any t( hope toot) whose etrcumstioce* will not ena to the thought with tbe.reporter*. Be this however, pay-. _Cromartir 32-4w
Tames VT. ,
.TIQ d.eai toecaP)'.even io part I bcpe they will as it may we do assure our friends, the public. that SITUATED Columbia / -
j *i asae. >nrard M OlIN sad say r\ close up their accounts we will fltrt fall,"t>. as cUeasd triUiny to srrr mite Cr Margaret Notice.
I aad Make the very best arrangements io their lAna ft Kt kavt'tMr lee*lurtiofort. Our Stock will of four bvndred acres of Fa E, ..od persona entitled II
power farpayuent -htteaftrri' that be may know be ample tnd wo shall expect aU but customers to There are all necessary a od la rW Estate rf neodor'
what t4.peod-ejc ; 'DA VID'O.WILSON.. eooUBoe their-pmtroww, ettept 'tboee who cannot many other improvements THE&) u
Feb.l!, $,fc:.'J't. T-.--'tf do so vMtutmettriafiitfiny to tltmttlve of the land now ia tulli\. ef Franklin TV tWr eJaims dee.-d.t"t"
: *** hi
.. Very Mpectt6tyMoNLUOliTQfOND; tbe La forutaDid-- Eat aJdi1yautkeC-
.! Jk CO.' tin in tbe .. d )
-c Tb is! '. Cek.
'Sale ; d w.
; given. .of bj:* ..f1t
y .o for prescribed ,
!: Newport FU, Jane 10. (Jul J., 1858. 27-3 ) joining the same which can tem aDd'.
HOUSE and LOT owned bj.Mr.' in'this 'described b :'said ro bar of
THE wishing settle t tktadEstat.aesnqeIad to.
.\eUoo.aad now eecopied by mt give me .'can. as I will plead an,hereby notified .
Water.AFRESnsnpplT.Jnrtiecetved.mnd ad'gvt.
,Dr.James 8 Jone*. *Poases.oa may be bad Congress,
t .n first'H October' mxt CHARLES For terms nUTCIIISSOK.apply to In'ELY the sale by TnsUnuggee, P.O,'( J I th f&day- of t .. TtrEILTLL *t'L

C July 17. 1!>3 2" S-Ont. 19. 1557. 3S June 1?, 115$. ., I July J, 1 8. at-I"

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