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: September 18, 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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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY AUTHORITY. meanor, and upon conviction thereof by any I proved seventeenth July, eighteen hundredand all receipts and disbursements under this act I prDts i l ((arbs, rio&stona1 i ash :.&t!.
court of competent jurisdiction, shall forfeit fifty four above referred to, charter 83, shall be reported to the Secretary of the Interior : 1r'.

LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. and pAy a fine not exceeding five thousand be, and the same is hereby amended, so that as required in the sixth section of the I.

dollars and be imprisoned for a term not exceeding the body of land known as the half breed act to which this is an amendment. MILES NASH & CO. RECENT ..

Cg4.. XXXVII.-An Act to authorize the \<*- three years ;; or be both fined and tract, lying on the west side of Lake Pepin" Approved, 1\Iay2D, 1858. -A If-O- t.IMPORTAKT .
try Washinjrtou t'ari.h to trke and endow imprisoned within said limits, at the discre and the Mississippi River, in the Territory of DHAT.BBS IN' ) YEY
certain Ptrts of Streets in the City of Washington tion of the ) 'tJ't.t
court.Appro'edj Minnesota and which is authorized to be Cast LXXXI. An act to provide for the Location <
for the of the surveyed DRUGS, PAINTS "
Purpose extendiug Washing -- .
May 18, 1858. the said act of hundred 'at eefUin confirmed Private Land Claims in the ; ..:.., .i
UQ and for other eighteen .t' n ,
Cemetery; Purposes. D Ills:, ,Q It It$! "
State of Missouri and for other
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of and fifty four, shall be subject to the opera. Purposes.Be MEDICINES, a OILS I this city baa iotrodoeed into.. pntetioc the
CflAr. XL-An Act for the Prevention and Punish it enacted by the Senate and House of OF
tion of the laws regulating" the sale and disposition .
Rep sentalea of the United States of america recent and important dJMwerj .f UM aplk* f.f.I
went of Frauds in Land Titles in California.De Representatives of the United States of Amer. WOULD inform their nenils and the public
of the
and settlements Uonofthe
in Congress assembled. That the Vestry public ; on Land a good assortment of uc 3 LI.L .....'
it enacted by the Senate and House of ica in assembled That the decis
heretofore made thereon are declared validso Congress ycryo >fAtlAlb :.,:
of Washington parish shall be and are hereby articles as generally! kept in their line of bushiest :
authorized with the of the Representatives of the United i States of America far as they do not conflict with settlement ions in favor of certain land claimants herein led tf ill Be receiving{ regularly fresh supplies. Their by whfcft! m ana a correct .f.}sctrieity"li passed
consent corporation in Congress assembled, That Ir! any per. made by half bret-ds, and that the settlers made by the recorder of land titles In the erne shall be reasonable. through the tooth at the time of extr toting, prod

enclose and of the city of Washington those to take, son shall falsely make, alter forge, or counterfeit shall have the ben fit of the pra emp1 ion laws State of Missouri and the two commissioners Tallahassee April 8th 185- 14. ciog a local Anesthesia, and so avoid tb* DM of

use forever parts of Eighteenth or cause or procure to be falsely of the United States, location of half associated! wth! him, by virtue of art act entitled CHLpRQFVftJf OR STUSR
any Dr. Miles H. Nash
and Nineteenth streets east, which lie made altered l"An Ho.hs it in a number of ease* witJndt
forged or counterfeited; or b-eed: strip thereon, after the date of the settlement act for the final adjustment of Private 'flr"i
between the north tide ofG stroeet south and aid and Laud orr>u ate rEorcsaioxAtscEvrcHTO Tat CITlaaaa or saccesa. that they experience little or t r
willingly assist in the false making Claims in Missouri approved
the north side of Water street and also notwithstanding : Provided, The TALLAHASSEE AXD8UKKl5'aeOUSTKT."VFFICE FAIN in the extraction. !
; altering, forging, or counterfeiting petition 'ejlaratind of be filed July nine eighteen hundred and thirty two, ...
those of south G and south II street any pre emptioQ within / with Dr.M. Nashimmediat'etjr eastof the 9. l.au.... ,!
i pasts certificate, order, report, decree, concession three months atter public notice is given of and an act supplemental theteto, approved \J Poet offiee. I
which lie between Seven'eenth and Twentieth
t denouncement detd, patent, confirms the passage of this act in the proper land dis- second March, eighteen hundred and thirty May 19 18S5. >0
l streets east, for the purpose of enlarging tion, disefio, map, espediente, or part of an trio : AnN provided That when two or more three, as! entered in the transcript decisions, Leavitt B. A. FAHNESTOCK'S,

t I the Washington Cemetery: : Provided, espediente, or any title pal er, or evidence of persons have settled on the lame quarter section transmitted by the said recorder and commissioners Dr. J. E ;

That the power hereby conferred shall not right: title, or claim to lands, mine or min. prior to the passage of this act, they to the Commissioner of the General oases ms raorcMiotMr. steincm to THE PUBLIC. VERMIFUGE

f: .be exercised as regards such particular portion erals in California, or any instrument or.. shall be permitted to enter the same, and the Land Office, which said claims are named OFFICE in NASH NEW BUILDING near the Aatt
AD sou saner
i' cf either of the aforesaid streets as may writing whatever in relation to lands or rg'.its: of each shall) bedetormined and numbered as follows : Manuel de Liza roe
piss in front of lot of ground not owned accordingto May 22, 1868. 21 -vv<> S"
I f any mines or minerals in the Std'te of California, the of the act to number thirty three; John Coontz and Hempstead
provisions relating
preemptions ly' cmu>KEv AND
t by the said vestry, until th"J said vestry shall for the purpose of setting up or establishing passed March third, eighteen hundred number forty, four ; Matthew Sancier, MEDICAL KOTICE.Drs. TAPE WORMS.ADCITS ffiCLC fps ft

r become the owners of such lot of ground ; against the United States any claim, right, and forty three. number fifty seven ; Charles Tayon, number .-.0-

And provided further That the said vestry or title to lands, mines or minerals within SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That sixty seven ; the sons of Joseph M. Pepin, : Robertson & Bond swam auras. rocs w CT*.
f shall not sell for whatever &nlOUna.sarrr.Fr5.rsrs,
any purpose any the State of California, or for the of the this shall number seventy four ; Louis Lorimer, number
of extend
purpose act not to
) of the aforesaid parts of streets, but the United formed co partnership in the practic B. .L r.ullfmmKZ alb.. ....
enabling any person to set up or establishany any tract Or subdivision, within the body of eighty seven; Bartholomew Cousin; num. HAVINO, MeHwp otter their services U t ihe Citizens Lab f'w-spats J rs..
l States shall hold and retain such B. A. FAHKJSTOCrEUU.: ftKtirlWHOLESALE Yedt .
parts such claim; or if any person for the land aforesaid, which shall have been settled her eighty nine; Manuel Gonzales !Moro number cf fullahajsee; and ibrrounding country.3F 0tT.I 1
f thereof as may be laid out for burial purposes purposes aforesaid or either of them, shall upon in good faith by, and is in the occupancy ninety five; Seneca Rawlins, number one Office over the Store lately occupied by Bet DRUQBISTS CLIFfST-
q' for the interment of members of Congress utter true and hundred and four William L riorHber ton & II igga Bay.f ncpMtaMe.n Hl7tKnala. r
or publish as genuine, any of any of the said half breeds or mixed ; : Lang; I t
p or such officers of government as may such false, forged, altered, or counterfeited bloods! ; which lands, so settled upon and occupied one hundred and six ; Joachim Liza, number Feb. 28. 67 9tfE. .UM lain*]**f the aaa to..ears tie let Cy t

f r- die in Washington. petition, certificate, order report, decree by the half breeds, are hereby expressf one hundred and thirty three ; Francis Lacombe BARN ARD Jr. Olf <7.MM B. JL Timwocrt Vmmarvmlt .;r
SEC. 2. And be it further That
enacted 1
fconsesslon! denouncement deed number thirty four;} Israel I
; patent, con ly declared to be subject to no other disposition Dodge WILL CONTIXVE TilE AMES & LIVELY ..
no canal: railroad, streets, or alley shall ev- firmation, diseno, map, espediente, or part of than location by the certificates" or"scrip" number three hundred and thirty eight; Jo. Sole Agents for Tallahassee., .

t tor be laid out or opened into or through the an espediente, title-paper, evidence of right, authorized to be issued by the said seph Silvain, number two hundred and ninety DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS April 101858. UlymEDICA.L i,

f, Washington Cemetery except such avenues title, or claim to lands or mines or minerals at of eighteen hundred and fifty four, for the three ; John P. C4banis, number two hundred cr AT THE OLD BTAXD, SIQK ? P
i or walks as may be laid out by the vestry of in the State of Calfornia instrument and ninety eight William NOTICE.
or any benefit of said Indians. Nor shall the provisions ; Hartley num.ber -
r Washington parish, for the use and purpose! writing whatever in rela'ion to lands or of this act extend to any lands which three hundred and one; Andrew Chevalier OF THE flEd MORTAR, Dr. Wm. D F. Shine:
of the s'id cemetery. mines minerals in the State of number two and
or California may have been located prior to its passage hundred ninety two; ,
SEC. 3. And be it further enacted. That the perron so offending shall be deemed and with half breed scrip, with the consent of the WilHam Morrison number three hundred and orrr>. nia.norasiopAL auvicn TO vas IVBUO.
the Washington Cemetery shall be forever seven Corner Clinton and Monroe .1Iut.,TaUaballee. SUFFICE adjoining that of Drs.Gamble A BeUoo.J .
adjudged guilty of a misdemeanor ; and be- settlers thereon. ; Salomon Bellew, number three hundred .
free from taxation. January 19,1858._a.lUEDICAL ._ \ May 8, 1858. 19-ly
ing thereof duly convicted, shall be senten Approved, May 19, 1858. and eight ; Paschal Detchemendez, number I jF
Approved, May 18, 1858. ced to be imprisoned and kept at hard labor three hundred and nine ; Baptiste Amure, NOTICE. MEDICAL NOTICE.
fur a period nor less than three years, and CHAT. XLTV.-An Act to create tarici!' b'ittrlct) i in n\'n. ber three hundred and ten ; Alexander -..-

CHAT. XXXIX.and Safekeeping-An Act of to Public provide Archives for the Collection in the not more than ten years, and shall be fined the Territory of New Mexico Maurice,number three hundred and twenty A. PEELER..l.--C. BATES.- Dr. A. 0* x BlA f .

Slate of California. not exceeding ten thousand dollars. Be it enacted by the Senate and: House of three ; John Baptiste Vallee, number three Drs. Peeler & :Bates CONTINUES to offer his Professional Beft J..

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, Thatif Representatives of the United States of America hundred and thirty four; said decisions above TTAVINO associated themselves in the pt,CtajttyViUe.ri f adjoining neigh*

Representatives of the United States of Amer. any person shall make, or cause or procure in Congress assembled, That the public named being in the first class of claims,acted fl or Medicine and Surgery respectfully practice offer at borl h:ood..repldenep.. Residence changed to CeoUeviU omoe A

ica in Congress assembled, That it shall be : to be made, or shall willingly aid and assistin lands in the Territory of New Mexico to upon by said board ; also the claim of Regis their services to the Public in the treatment of all Dtc. 75. 185t Ci-tf fllr

" tie duty of the Secretary of the Interior to making auy falsely-dated petition, certificate which the Indian tjih shall have been extinguished Loi;:el', number six, in the second class acted acute as well as chrome diseases of all characters ? r-f

baose to be collected and deposited in the order, report decree" consession, denouncement shall constitute a land district to be on by said board, be, and the same are here Jan.Office 9,1858, Wankeenab,Jefferson 2-tf co. Fla. HILTON t'

Purveyor General's office in California all deed, patent, confirmation, dis called! the District of New Mexico," the by confirmed to the respective claimants or Attb: b.eya Lace',

1 official books, papers instruments of writing, eno, map, espediente or part of an espediente, office for which shall be established at such : their legal representatives. E. H BERRY, TALLAHASSEE, rue

documents, archieves, official seals, stamps, or any title-paper, or written evidence of place within said district as the President of SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That AiictidrigeF' and Commission -0-

or dies, that may be found in the unauthorize right, title, or claim under Mexican authority the:United Stales may from time to time direct the decisions in favor of land claimants made MERCHAtfTiALLAHjs [ n. IV. GWVNN A It. B. HJLTON5AV'INO

possession of any individual relating to and to any lands, mines, or minerals! in the by P. Grimes, Joshua Lewis and Thomas B. a. 'sleddbemseWitb.r; I'la tb'e
used in the administration of government and State of California, or Auy instrument of SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That Robertson, commissioners appointed to adjust Fla,Sept.29. 1855. 39 i JLI a'l- practice of Jv, will pre their joint attention

public affairs in the department of Upper California writing in relation to lands or mines or minerals for the purpose of carrying this act into effect private land claims in the eastern district of I S. S. KNIGHT, the lo Supreme bUlin. !Court I entrusted the U.to:'S.them District The Court. will and attend the

and which belonged to the government in the State of California having a the President shall be, and he is hereby, au. the Territory of Orleans, comm atcatpd to AUCfONEER&! COMMISSION MERCHANT Circuit Court at Tallahassee, and also the Circuit
' duriug the existence oi Spanish or Mex false date: or faisely purporting to be made thorized to appoint by and with the advice the Hcnse of Representatives by the Secretary I Cou;ta of Gadsden. Walutlla.J Jefferson advon tad

i lean authority in Upper California ; and the by any Maxican officer or authority prior to and consent of the Senate, or daring the recess of the Treasury on the ninth day of TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. J; lifttnUtnn\ Counties. OEce! at the Co. -Iaooa. in

same, when deposited in his office, shall be the seventh day of July; A; D. eighteen hun thereof, a register and receiver for the January, one thousand eight hundred and September 1, 1865,_jJ5_ ,I Tallfthsssee.March 6 !., I
safely and securely kept by the Surveyor dred and forty six, for the purpose<< setting! district hereby created who shall be requiredto twelve and which Is [are] found t i in the American I T. W. BEEVAED. Jr. 1417HOGUE

claim -the U- reside at the site ef the office and whose State Papers Public Lands Duff & SHAKER.
General in the archives of'his office; and up or establishing any against : ( .. _.4.11orn.ey; ; ; : :..tics,
copies thereof authenticated by the Surveyor ni'ed States to lands or mines or minerals powers duties, obligations, and responsibilities Green's edition,) volume two, from page two TALLAHASSEE FLA. ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORSI
General under the seal of his office, shall be within the State of California, or of enabling shall be the same as are new prescribedby hundred! and twenty four, to three hundred ,

evidence in all cases where the originals any person to set up or establish any such law for other land officers, (so far as they and sixty se\'en. inclusive, be, and the same April >4. 1858._17 A'r LA."JV" ..:,.. "

Would be evidence ; Provided That at the claim ; or if any person shall sign his nameas apply to these officer) are hereby confirmed, saving and reserving HUGH; A. CORLEY, JLL I AYE fortnett a co-partoersLip in the praatic of

time of depositing said books, papers, writ governor secretary, or other public officer SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That however to all adverse cWoiants the right to Attorney at Law entrusted Law, and to will their attend care.to any professional business ,k
under Mexican instrument this act shall not take effect in less than assert the validity of their claims in ,
; gsj and documents in said archives; a st hed. acting authority, to any six a court D.. P.HOOUF..A. PERRY AMAKBJL
ule and accurate description thereof than be of writing falsely purporting to bea month after its passage. or courts of justice : Provided, however TALLAHASSEE, FLA. M'11.1858._18_ ,

mado by the Surveyor General; with a state. grant, consession, or denouncement under Approved, May 24,1858. That any claim sd recommended for confirmation January IT, 1857. -ly EDWIN A. HART
tnent of the time and place where the same Mexican authority, and during its existencein C -_ but which may have been rejected in "
were found, and when they were depositedin California of lands, mines or minerals CHAT. XLV.-An Act for the Relief of Isaac Drew whole or in part, by any subsequent board of Yonge & McClellan, .A.ttorney; ; : tt La"ov":

the archives, which shall' !1 be certified under fir falsely purporting to be an informe, report and State other of Wisconsin.Be Settlers.upon the Public Lands in the commissioners be, and the same is hereby A.11orn.eys; ; 81; Lacy.FIACIICS Tallahassee Florida

the seal of the Surveyor General, and filed record confirmation, or other proceeding on specially excepted from confirmation.SEC. IS ALL THE OoCKTS OF 'WKST FLOEIDA. W1 ILL practice in the Circuit Courts of the helddie *
in his office ; and a certified copy of said ai application for a gr.tnt, concession, or de- it enacted by the Senate and House of 3. And be it further enacted, That Office MABIAXNA. District, and the Supreme Court of ihi i4.

schedule shall be transmitted to the Commis.sioner nonncement under Mexican authority, duringits Representatives of the United States of America the locations authorized by the preceding sec C. C. TONG. F. McCLELLAN.March State, and the District Court of the United State,at
Tallahassee. I3f Office over the Stare of )f...,..
of the General Land Office, and alsoto existence in California, of lands mines, in Congress assembled, That Isaac tion shall be entered with the register of the 13, 1858. 11-tf G.J. J. MegioMM.

the Attorney General. or minerals, the person so offending shall be Drew, and such other persons as may hay proper land office, who shall on applicationfor Jan. JO,. 185$. 4

SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That if deemed and adjudged guilty'of a misdemeanor settled, in good faith, in the State of Wisconsin that purpose, make out for such claimantor Benj. F. Young,
( thereof convicted shall since the first day of July, eighteen hun his the A. J. P'R"RT.V'S. .
the Surveyor General shall have cause to ; and being duly legal representatives, (as case may
EiSspect a concealment of any such officials be sentenced to be imprisoned and kept at dred. and fifty, upon any portion ol the lands be,) a certificate of location which shall be Jillm) Yl / 'if Ih\\Z1p! LAW & COLLECTION, OFFICE,

books papers writings, documents!, archives, bard labor for a period not less than three that were erroneously selected by said Stateas transmitted to the Commissioner of the General AHDSOLICITOK TALLAHA88Z, rtOBltX. ., '

or official !!seals stamps, or dies aforesaid, in years nor more than ten years, and shall be a part of the five hundred thousand acre Land Office; and if it shall appear to Itf EQUITt, ofricE rr sTA anr, T E aurx Kutu Nxtt An orroaxri
any particular dwelling house, building, or fined not exceeding ten thousand dollars. grant, which selections! were not confirmed the satisfaction of the said commissioner that WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern Cir- T-ac bboa or THE ixoaiDiA A jorami Otmcs.WILL .

place, judge or commissioner of the United SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That and who were at that date, or since that time said certificate has been fairly obtained ac. ef Florida, and the Federal Courts. Prsctiee. in the Circuit Courts of Oadsdeol'
any have become, an actual settler and housekeeper (OFnC& AT .AI! STI1XE, ALICHU COCJtTT.) WaknllaJ.effersba-anfl Ira lino sie11attea l
if for the of cording to the true 'Intent and this ,
States may, on affidavit: showing the facto any person, purpose vetting up meaning P.JlFBRE.OES
,collection) of ud
trade protapt)7iL) note
and :
fend circumstances" upon which such suspicions or establishing any claim against the United improvements on any tract act, then, and in that case, patents shall be CAPT. J. J. LUCAS f counts in any of said Oo DUn. ac-
States lands mines minerals within the embraced among said erroneous selections, issued for the land located in ,
to other
are founded grant to the Surveyor or so as cases Con J. D. AIEEJT, V Charletton, S. C. Feb. n. 1848. t-tl
General or to any marshal of the United State of California, shall present, or cause or are hereby entitled to the same right of pret ; and for erich and emery certificate as FBA: UL A Tdbtffsoir, J -n

States, a warrant to enter such house, building procure to be presented, before any court, emption, and upon the same terms and on-c aforesaid, issued by the register of any land Da. J>\izs S. Jt'xts.Tallianee Fla. Isabella .. House .

or place and there lo search for such judge, commission, or commissioner, or other ditions* as are prescribed by an act entilede office, he shall receive the sum of one dollar; June *.'57. t3WTT.TTAM .

official books, papers, writings, documents, officer of the Uunited States, any false, forg An act to appropriate the proceeds o the that in all casos of c confirmation by this act, SCOTT A.LBANyJWiIIGEOROIA.

archives, seals, stamps, or dies and to take ed, altered, or counterfeited petition, certificate Sales of the" Pbtilic Lands and grant preem- or where any private land claim has been l I

[possession thereof and deposite them in the ; order, report, decree, concession, denouncement tion rights approved September fourteenth-, confirmed by Congress and the same, in AYTOIrlWEY[ A1T (LAW, THE above HOTEL in Albany, the pti'rend-'
deed [fourth,] eighteen hundred and forty one :- whole oHri been MGidtiaELLbLL! of the Georgia and florid Railroad I*
archives of the Surveyor General's office as patent, ctiseno, map, espe part has/iot, located or sat I '
aforesaid.SEC. dente: or part of an espediente, title paper, or Provided, such .lands shall be paid for by ibfiedeither. for want of a specific location I July S0.185S. 30 t 1 jan now open>for the reception of the, .
3. And be it further enacted, That if written evidence of right, title, or claim to sucK settlers Xt the minimum i pride; prior to such confirmation, or for any reason PUBLIC. _
SEc 2. And be it further enacted That FLOYD & HOLLAND The House knit Furniture! ate new. Tbo iVpritor .-
shall without lawful authority lands, minerals or mines iri the State of Cal ; whatsoever; ether than a dfsco'ver) of fraudin b
any person determined make it! .
wilfully take from the archives of the said ifornia, knowing the same to be false! forged, where persons have erroneously entered any such claim subsequent to such confirmation ..AttorneysTTJILLpraeUcaiij'tie at La'W. FIRST: CLASS% JIOTEL.L rand -
altered or counterfeited or falsely dated of the lands named in the first section of this it shall be the duty of the Slrtejcir f: i Ciicu/t/ ;
Surveyor General's office any espediente any gen. Coots of Middle hope by strict& attention to UM wants of W.
qiip, diseno, book pare, writing, record,' petition, certificate, order' report, decree, con act, and shall satisfactorily show to the register eral of the district iu which such clifni was YT arid VTcVt Florida,and in the Supreme Courtf Guests, to merit patronage of UM Public ."

documents, seal, stamp, or dio ; or shall wilfully cession, denouncement, teed, patent, confirm. and receiver that, prior to; or within I situated upon satisfactory proof that such the State. Also in the District Court of the Uni .L. H..DURHAM, Proprietor.
alter deface mutilate ation, diseno map, espediente or part of an three months atter, the passage of this act, Claim has been* so' confirmed, and that the ed States,in the Northern District of Florida. I Albany Os. Hay M, IMS. *lJTY. -
injure, or destroyany
R.J.FLOYD, Office! Apalachicola Fla.
have made ....
they an actual settlement the
on I in whole ?in remains unsatisfied
espediente, title or written evidence of same, or part ''
book instrument paper
espediente diseno D.P.HOLLAND Office Fla.
paper, map, lands I Quioey,
mention in the first
section the Commissioner
of writing document record, seal, right, title, or claim to lands, mines, or min .to issue to the alai nant, or his I legal representatives Dee.22. 1855._61WILLIAM M HOTELJOHH
: of the General Land Office is here
erals in California the be a certificate of location for a .
Stamp or die, deposited in said archives; or knowing same to quantityof Si DILWDRTIT>> ,
by authorized to issue therefor Provided .
dated if shall patents ; land equal to that so confirmed and .
shall conceal or unlawfully withhold from the falsely ; or any person prose. unsatisfied L LBMLtY,-
possession of the Survey General, or on de. cute in any court of the United States, by That It shaft be satisfactorily made to ; which certificate may be located Attorney and Counselor at Law, respectfully in form the pubife & .V

mand refuse to deliver to him any espediente, appeal or otherwise, arty ctalrd tga nit the appear to him that the entry of the tract or upon any of the public lands of the United MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. WOULD 1 the CITY HOTEL(known ..the
book United States for lands, mines, or minerals in tracts sought to be patented does not inter. States subject to sale at private entry at a Brown Hotel) and win take charge on UM fir***of
diseno writing, in the Court of the Middle Cir
map, official paper, with VfTILL practice '
fere the of czcrtioM will
California or shall alter the of this rights or occupancy any actual price not exceeding one dollar and twenty VY .. untiring be use ltogivefutlsati.faetloa
document, archive, record, seal, stamp or die, passage settler eaitandThotnjs and Lowndea Conntv.Oa to all who will patronize Un.
relating to or used in the administration of act, continue to prosecute any claim1 now five cents per acre : Provided. That such location March 2?. 1858. 12-ly April l 24. 1848. U ,
government in the department Upper California pending 'in said coots against the United Apprdted; May 24; 1858: shall conform to legal! divisions andlubdivhiqnL LONG X ILnlITB, "

States for lands mines or minerals iu California Hatnaniel Hamlen -7
and belonging to the government daring CHAT. IIX.-An ad to amend the "Act to incorporate SEC. 4. Ahd be it furfhgf That AT..io'ir.t.l.f; LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ,
which claim is founded evidenced enacted
the f Mexican ; upon the Columbia Institution
existence e Spanish or authority for the Instructionof COMMISSION MERCHANT
A ALBRAITH have assoeit 1 1S
in said department ; or shall wilfully!! by any petition, certificate, order, report the Deaf'and Dumb and the Blind" approved I the register of the proper land office, upon 1\1 sLed themselves in the practice of lAw. They ,

Altar, deface, mutilate make away with or decree, concession denouncement, deed February sixteenth, eighteen hundred and fifty the location of such certificate, shall issue to will attend the Courts is the Middle Circuit the Supreme No. 38 Pojdras St, New Orfeaaf....'
destroy such official book patent, confirmation; diseno, map, espediente seven. the person entitled thereto a certificate of entry Courts and the District Courts the United It .' .
any espediente, dr of an espediente, title or written Be it enacted by the Senate and House of upon which, if it shall appear to the satisfaction State Tallahassee. Ref.,n to GOT.JatM S. Broom. TDai *4l,
diseno document part paper .-
archive JL Walker : --" -
cup paper George BqJ, tGenu
evidence of right, title, or Claim which .Represea tatives of the United States of Attterica of the Commissioner of the General Office opposite Court House
tecord die the J..waf1lJf8jyi>
stamp personso in Congress. assembled That in addition Land Office that such certificate has been October 28,1864._IT_ .. t
offending shall be deamed guilty of a mis- has b6en forged, altered, counterfeited- T. J. Limbs?' '-
to the provision made in the above recited fairly obtained according to the true intent J. O Putnam.'Biq.:MkSaos 'r
demeanor and conviction thereof in I ly dated, knowing? the same to bis fo go>altered J Hanckel & Nowell
on anycourt or counterfeited' ,6/ frlselj dated, the act for the maintenance and tuition of and meaning of this act, a pateni shall issueas Dodd JlCt'Z*],HanQtod
of shall forfeit FACTORS .
competent jurisdiction, Aac-tdI St1.ie, '
so offending shall be deemed and adjudged .J1IIpila,ill the said i institution sdm of three in other eases.Approved ;L.- ". "
fine thousand person J. JAq..c1. adsd.a -
and not ,
pay a exceeding ten -A.I
dollars, at the discretion of the court, and be !if'Mrtj1' t>f a misdemeanor; and on con. 'thousand' dollars per annum payable quarterly June 2, 1858. General Commission sl1 bq..TbooaTlllee Goat
imprisoned for fiction thereof, shall be sentenced to' tfe tm- shall he allowed, for five.years, forth* Merchants, Oet r u
at the like a discretion.term exceeding priaoeed and kept at bard labor /of a* period payment of salaries and incidental expenses: 0:7:: Ten things in which young people d1wtr.Emnr: : C. .

years SEC., 4. And be it further enacted That if not less than three years, nor more than lea of said institution, and that three thousand render themselves Impolite .. r. ti'.U itiZL L ir. KOVKLL. Q.'liP' f !?'r" -,

and shall be fined not exceeding tea dollars be, and is hereby, appropriated for the a.
and fraudulently years, 1. Load
any person shall wilfully, secretly, laughter. WATCHAgM
thousand dollars. .. present fiscal rear, payable out of any moneys THE will sell every description= of Produce or
place or cause to be placed in or fa the otherwise 2.: Reading when others are talking. **tiu, and will make advance on all
i General'soffice Approved, May. 18, 1BSa. appropriated .
mct Ig flie'aYchivea of Surveyor 3 Calling finger nails in tomPany. eon ignments.Aptflll g-rstS Jeweler 'r
any e'jpetffenUj book, paper, diseno.of Our. XLI1L-, An Act-to amend A\t'. Act entitled Sic. 2': And be it further enacted, That 4. Leaving meeting before it is closed. 1858. 18-ly_ WOULD te.peett*"la"rT.tW: I"-.rT

tarp, draught, record, or an fnstrtrment *AW Act to amthorir* the President of the United the deaf and dumb sod the blind children of etiDg. AMBEOTYPES: ... sod the pabBe ,1tJiI 6eW
writing purporting to be a petition, decree, Stile to ea.M to be Mrttjed file Tract of all persons' fn the military and naval service.of 5. Whisperingi'n m tale,. &he old stand.f J.C.Ba1f. Co, tr4gs'1Ie If
4 order, report, concession, grant, confirmation Lad i. the Territory: of Mfenkofr belonging to the United States while such persons are 6. Commencing to eat aa soon ai jon lit AND MELAINOTYPES, pnpnd to repair '.
diseno or of an espedi- the Sal(breeds or mixed Bloods of the Dicotahor down to the table. TAMN BAILEY Watches deck end :
reap, espediente, part actually in such service, shall be entitled to r Jrrrfry:,.
Nation of Indiana and AIr other 7. Laughing at the mistake of qther. l r
Boa: Porpo-
eats denouncement tite! evidence in a.-.orhw.n. '
or ilmid _
paper instruction in said institution, on the same Roomt ncr BarnanTt Drug Store.rpHE ms. atu..
of right title or claim to any land, mine, or ass' approved 17th Jsly,18iL"Be terms deaf and dumb and blind children 8. Answering questions when pat to oth. 1 r uttt pOBf bstfig good Weldeea't 1e0 t.v
it the Sonata and House of as Rooms have been veil from
mineral book document enictedly era. thoroughly refitted and na havinfberBba 4l lyWatfKt' en
or writing, or nil
whatever any the so offending paper shall Representatives of the United,States of America belonging to the District of Colombia? 9. Gazing at strangers. JL are DOW in excellent condition for the purpose nPha ring them pot lifhtttaMa&dn. .- .; .

be deemed and adjudged, person guilty of a misde r in Congress assembled, That the act ap SEC. 2.: And be it (farther enacted That 10. Joking others, in company. designed Oct. SI,1857 The'; Public are invited 44 to nIL a CO Jan.All 1*,work 1331. r warranted-11 K.w"i lito; :


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r'o rkJ&iQ1J Ix1IaE..1 1O_ & f: Tfh: Ull" Affhlrt- W1beve stflaizcna's. Distillery.i 'yooThltk that'we. have forgotten your.- .-violent--- :.;.:with the request of this meeting U4 A

j1 ribhnt &.' !ournnl.ATVBBAT Our city school*, and of the State generally, re- J Some writer teem to be unable to perceive the j Mcwca. Et-rr&Bs: Mora. from ft.de. '.re to !!&ve a I your oncomprotnTiing opposition to Jarae Buchanan r publish the MBtftjach'EDWD; |is-tic P until GRANT.tin tixt bj.

i seme their important (-:f'rci Clf rinf this and the ', 1 I en ring of their own argument For instance the, I little fport tLan'acyihingelaattended llu IcJepirJeLt and Dewcoracy two short years ago?-tUt On motion the closed a.-
-- Its beai.
; i' cut mont:", and it is highly nIsrnry that there i j Sentinel .L tickle* exceedingly over the idea that Peop'e'a Br1)ccjif.) whieji came oil !lastWednestlaj we are such miserable dolts as1 to imagine for one adjournment to dinner t.-
TALLAHASSEE : prepared far lL.
'I' should be a prompt .ani.gcneTaliatUjidane-e of the etery: Desaoir who altfnded-lhe IIod.rs<>fl's Sii'lderaoiMtratioo 'ref at Hodgson's Di tiiItry. Beingan moment th.-.f. by a great political conversiM, ron -, 'IDW"D P. orceir>B
lJbJftticn urlii .tbolan.''jTh Xoj* and gVl 1. have baa a long teaam i* in boa "bound to support its old-line Democrat end opposed to amalganjit.oa: have been cleansed from your former imihqnitiasind I Ca".
.J.'t| ; 8. 4 ; r."Io'r L. 3zr z. 3frretary.AlliQiTOF.
.- -i,:, t .- -reirention and plttfcure, end some may regfiet bjbiid ticket; or, to n-e the Editor's (wn reficedpbrateology of every kind as a matter of coarse, I 1 .td no ialeuMoTi made f.t associates for tluwe who profw the (rQ. 4.T

j -.IDrOCU-AW NoxAflO&t tbr'fcVsp'penninei: of"commencement day, Lot has put Lls foot into it." The principle whatever of idtDtifJil:; my elf with any faith T You are very friendly now that yon era I JfeflriaaJ 'CII'9'ItQ!

-_ hiy: thJaij coUeee'tb ratt importance of an I attempted to be established is, that a rartici- rnch bcgitt ntlair. I urn cot ft totpieicus man i in a minority-of course loa are-atd )4 want &pt. #, 15jiV

I '. rox* coxes KSI : eetacntel mift gb t" their tchoo with good tpirlti patton in the proceedings of a Convention birf.l its HAtrrni\: but my at
: end rctolve to prosecute tl.tlr. studies with in I J me oiler* to support the nominees. TIe principle the! mysterious! c"n"h'et of some MX or ecve-n rank : of conches ; tut I will tall you. 'lad otJJ be the etttJig. having driven from Stark inibree. .

.. ffoN. G. SIAWKINS. created interest and zeal I j! 'it correct, cxcer: I where the participant declare I j oM! Krow Nothing of 185o, who were or seemed : consequence if we did : you would very ('n r j jf H.. '101 previrtest, l.y high water fri'o"fev'I.r.

r I We kave rea.trkcd: that ore cf t\e chief ol.ta- i! ielet in i advance their intention rot to abide the echoic cf i to Le t'.e: chitf c> ok* or boths-wsliers: upon this !I ess yourselves cf the nioft ton.furlsbl sent*.-)on i LJ! appointment at New River ; tut. !ff ... I II.- ,-.

7RULT ; in the way cf **tr.l.li. hlt:j and iraintaining: j of f the mcttiftf. as was the cue with Dr. DuValand i occasion. I obcervrd that they wculj frequent'y: would. recline jour aristocrat heads agslnst! :luiunous j' gottrn there-, to w'(i.M f.avc hal lut a fcwuj ,
'l good c-bools hu* been the of ', o c.tLf Democrat .fert at the gathering: ja oLd I cushions, wlul.t the hard fi,tpt Democrats 1 6a
; B. Oalbraith, R. C. Williams, difficulty securing per |I'r qucr ,; get together ciicik by jot-a Liiiit! perhaps tr.c., fr-r Ce reorlc wire J..r| I H l.cine 1 .

'T. W. Brevax-d, fr. X ,B. Christie. I manrctly! the cervices of those who were cotnpeten. l But the liculouir cf the Ser!ine?* try j acquired in their lod je*-comuiune mutt eitrncrlly who Lave dunn all the work .>.( gained the vie |heavy rain\ Ca l.ia way from Jackson l'j'.::.. '.

; acd at the rutne time willing! to devote thecL I l Ing to make it appear that all these ger.llemen I for a time, but, as soon as one of the eli guard ofDemocracy tory would le stuck in tLc boot or stowed away t ton New hirer Judge Ia":: !. in tletcptu t.. .

: Apj>olntmcntf"for Judgpe Hawkins. I selves to teaching at a profvreion. To a very Isrge I have put their feet Into it" will le apparent I "Fpro1t be.l. a dead silence would ensue, top, exposed to such weather as.the LcrJ cLofc j I a tvollen circle, grit into iwisajlcg i instep
Just ai .we were going to .y..trdy. the t extent it It the fact that the calling of an instructor I wh.-n it i is remembered that one of the nominees on nr th. conversation be changet!. I to feud. You decays get the: bet -when we job one of the mclta and with difficulty! .

. following appointment* fur Jdge Ilawkii't' *rrJeVlvidt1" certainly among the most dignified and l1iffd 1 to the ticket which the Editor supports (Dr. .Maxi: i, By half pa-t eleven the crowd Iia'l s-em- you cr have anything ia ccnnse-n. Yoa 'li: i: !er The erirrr tie vtgtF V. :_. ,. tiu

) t I which IiGimn talent can Deappiied.it tro often well) attended the meeting which nomicuted the bled and it only required one gliccr to Ice that I when "Sam" rngeu through the land acJ you'J ,. seizing i oa to A tr.-., and the JaJge l.el i..g :

, MaJou.. .. ,Thursday Sept Kth, l looked upon as fiib"idiar\ and merely! introductory Democratic ticket and took part in iu dchberatiorI Sam was in the IIfrl.'n.lllllf. I do Tint remember I j do it atpin. You foelrtl gao.} many (.( us then !' 'wi3B! ) swuri a-h--re.: F-jjtUtateJy.: -t-f. !

Montietllo.. .tura3 IStL.Centreville. t to some other vocation rather than as a r'gn'Arrr"fetlfion. I Now,J it is a bad rule that will not work a sin;lo K. X. of the neighborhood who was not badly enough. Go.l kl&c,e-,. butTe have come out :fltg some Knl': through tbe water Lc'p : .,
p .. ... Monday. 2uth.Ve Young men of woitb and 1I11..ntll. tut 'bot'i! way If Dr. D) Val, as the S nljTlc' insists, tliere indeed, I will *'enture to say, that the whol :, (t'm among the wIshed epukl.rc of IIi-ow No- I I Sfh i iUC', aaJ rrii've., the cero !f-ora his' .

w Fort ?.?....Tuesday. 2 1st o stinted wrens, are frequently found at the head ci's'i s bound to ftaii.l I by the "iney wood affair" I affair wise cut and ;dried resolutions end all.! I thinjrijn. which are .sir tt vievesteraally, br.: in I iwanily :Icj I'o"itloill'f..r the :. !..nd fsrrctt K t, a

,.jJ Q QeT.. .'.. .. Tbnrtday, 23rd.TALLAltASSKE I iu-titu'illl' d learning let, if enquiry) bv made, surely Dr. Maxwell by the sariie'rule, i ill equally I Upon motion of Qol. William Maxwell Mr. Grant |I ore fall of( sired neii"" bjKe, and you caa't !t vc.! I.erei'S too late to rock ida appwia.i- r-. :

will generally be ascertained tlitt their conlinuance committed against it. And yet "the Seitfind supports I I811 elected Chim: 'an. This was a very skilful! j I deceive u* a second li-tif.! J I Levy *,) be will proceed to Hau.tcon ', -
: in the station it -until the one IIn.} slaps the *'neJ sLirt f i the of : I'or these r..abtQ1 in but f the I w *
---I only they can prepare poi e> D.OIII part the Colonel! to enlist: on his j part- r inCiattly I win J d"r.! ** the! vitaeos en the iCth. Tiie-:, ,
8zrv. 1I<-We eommenc* O report o to enter one or the other of what are termed the Ncssus on the back: of the other! How very consistent aide the influence of AD oM Democrat-one, too, iii more important e-ne that we aN Jerply atlael>r\I be-rrf.rft Interim to l>. : t '

1' "from 1. 'The I 11* cents for the,' (a good w et demand.hart been 1:> bale*, at 4 1tllt e.t. profe- bns. Why h this? It cannot be I i preference to whom he would have veiteil a couple I Ie In the great p-inviples of Democracy. the truth I I I active, c.n.1 1 tbiul. tL* prrjcJicj-glten. :Ocr-to raicii ft-iced.: -

I )t -BEHl'i.-, Ccu" 6r hr.BAIDAClE from the ircuinstai.ee of ICM learning Icing required Our neighbor denies that the II.cdgons Still, >yean (in-t, almost for 01 Nick" himself had j and vitality: ef which are not affected by viitbry j!I ctirteJ up apiin-t him i U rapidly! dieappenrinf _fll".

S in an instructor cf the young-a director of movement originates with the life-long enemie
the>moral} pod intellectual faculties of those who Democratic party." and [p"intll to tie proceedings ticket nut he may sir: thing have ohangidYe .- to our gitllaiit Maue'ard bearer in the present t"I1D'I I[ i is pvK-fiTable thruuiiiout East and opposition South to .:

.. : -'t he gallant Democracy of Cei.treville will are hereafter expected to fill the most responsible I l in 8ipprt of the disclaiwrr. The proceeding they have, and left him in n wofal minority, |i va... Au'l v.Ly should n e not ? Are they not r.f I(( Truly. H-; :

give a FREE BARBACUE that place on Men- offices in tb*St/ite and Rfol'ub1ic-tl1t111 in the i individual show nothing except studied effort to put Democrat and I am bound to believe if "Sinn" had been in our own household I llav they n<>t labored in I!C -. -. -- MI

I day next, in bonor of the Democratic a candidate for I' hose profession it may be to prescribe a ill i the ran, as a sort of screen behind which power he never would have attended an times [mot, every one of them from ocr worthy i I ti tnoeraue Conteutlon In Hamilton

t Congre, to which -every tody i i. cordially in\itcd. doe of medicine or conduct a law suit Nor the real -operateTS cculd work the wire un ccn.As .- dent meeting or noiuinattd a Democrat n inJ"I.en-j Representative in Cont'ret-s .I.-n. for the welfare i!! At a Convention e-f the Deine ciuric party .

. Speeches will be made by Judge HAWKINS A. I should it be that teaching i is JonhJ'pun as !Jt..8 pro.r of thi, look at the manner in which the man. I nvvir heard cf hit doing it w of the Democratic party ? Mot assuredly they I IItnilr county. hM at J".1'r use tltt, Jay .f

L Loxo, F. I* VUUTIGCE Eqs, acd other*. I. respectable than other learned pursuits; for if the Resolutions are presetted to the public. They arc Whig* ".rc in lIulhorll)'. or when Le WAS a number have. And George i?. Hawkins pecinly ele- J I Sq-t mber. 1S5S. Hon. HENIIY! 1. ;V.RT *

I -From all we can hear it 1 is "tea grand affair. matter te examined properly it will be admitted sijrned by the chairman of the meeting. Mr. Grant I (.f the Florida I.egishctur'I I the ardent support of every Democrat ; frr he Uf"1 j ja called to the Chitir and Jon S. Ptfcvu>tr rtqu ,t. ,i
that he wko I U to be an to his scholar as though they were lie work when he had The next sick I to act All Secretary.Or .
.Speskiz'g'Mu&le by' a Glee"! Club. &oof the j

Jlt though not lalt. th* honest Yeninry of tLc poirt of morals and gentleman-Tike d"p>rtrent more to do with them than the man ia tLc luooii I rewlutie-a pro idir.g for the pointtnent' by theI I year to canva the wl.e>Ie State in'vrvUr to'refute taking the Chair Jge Stewart- stated th.

County-."-what can b.mure inviting ? I who iso give the first imprcfs to the character They were prepared by a sharp Know Nothirg Chair cf a Committee of Ssvcu to prepare resolutions I those vile slander wlikli his: enetairs have gotten I object orK"nSziii!e>f :the the Convention Dem -Mtic to I I.e for the purpo-e if
and impart to youth tlioe Precepts upon which reported by a Know Nothing read to the meeting I and commend an independent ticket for j up to aiTect his election and nio-t gl'ri'IY l.ss j suits lIe candi.Iate to re-|>reent"party Hamilton ami! noriiinatin<

tJjT"-The. Vr open our advertising columns toI the foe titles ere the earheat to of crate, and from by a Know Xo-l.ing, all''. in all fcin.es ansi by every the ug:1. tur(. TL5! was a tmet course to b* par- I.t I} he ,u '-"edel Opp.-ilion i i. giving way. thetrrth !f in the! Senate and House e.f Representatives cour.iv of th.

day bal excluded several arict'among which -which the qU'LlilinMdl are to distinguish in Pariiau'ectary rule bi.ould 1mvc bee n signed i.\ ''I j ..-J uiulcr the circuojstanco by tins grand inJe-I i* bur"t5'g vpca the pco[>Ie, the cotrtry i Is ri-iiii' t[ nett General A..st'ml.ly.On .

"A Voice iron King Cotton and a communication j aflet life will proceed Is not lesa entitled to re- the fame Know Nothing. And yet Mr. l ran.'* I ptudent llt' "l dirg. and to be endorseby indi and vietorj s ceitaip. East H. ri-H it-elf is in II their seats ration aj the delegate f"llowin.onm.from. ->l genll.mu to k
from'the President of*h. State We in c -er\' 'lIt of viev than the lid me ia paraded in stead thereof! Mr. G. himself blaze I f the several Jluri ,
Seminary. re j i rpfct ["- wealtl.ie1 I Itho.ir11 j TiJuali who had been crJing ont ajain couvent'on fentlstsa'r.L How stands nuMe1.1! Leon, j i. } 'O,* the lit /Vit/riVr--Georgr Bell, John M, i
get this, but the exclusion cat beet unavoidable.\ and mott exalted individual in society. Can it be i that such a usj e.f hi* signature tra< :m- !. and caucuses and conmiittees (or months pn-t. with her HO Democratic mijority ? Willhe j I pmr, Jr.. James Farrell John II. Bnker. .

e hope currt'pondenL will. bear with u*. I I hat the laborioUantM of the calling is sucli AS to j.1ptr. i.s he was net en the Conrnittee. anj M I i Ihe people will not fail to perceive that the i if l n- i prove recreant to her I.rineiplesV1I! the fall I i| Dunn.Ffto John the 'E./Jjlttric-W.. H. Mitchell Lewi- P
-- i cause it to be aviided, anJ not I stated to the author and of the Relation j! down ansi t.lol Tuten. Anjsi MeLeoO.
pursued reporter such
lien! her
New Good. cxcr1't | hloing was done lthcs routine! refornr-rs j worship a* political eneI ,; Fl-a Ill, bi.ttf'ct-.Jobn F. Jackson .
from cheer ncc. ily. Jf so, the evil originates *. lut was prevailed upon to sign them TUft that I relic Lave let ? Never1! We cannot be I Jackson. Edmund "nj. i iI
Whoever among' onr reader U diiirons of look'leg I was charged by the ppo "t'o3 tgain- thel'ahlalm'cssee up giiirv: j M Sniiib. Alsalom S. Smith. Jj b:
ttith whose duty it it to fit their nIL statement is fr:iu that gentleman's own I i! of euch I t'fmn tJt 4th Itiitfict
at or Luring anything, either useful or era parents pring I lips. meeting, \"don.pliiIneJ of with w j ingratitude. We will stand by those who {. I'enn'ngte.rt' W .\
for the haitdcof the teacher and to let them ur.derttaud We observe that the Sentinel has excluded ) t t'laitJanies, G.-i;f r. Henry
Mr.C.raz.ta stool in Cason.
sn nUl, we .dyit to visit the stores advertised in I t I much bitfcmeas ; and the resolution l/inding every [ Ly n* the daik .t.IJ of our aht'r..itW j On
that obedience and from the j Inlil.n. it was agrees!, that the hole
thit day'* paper. Such an array tempting goould subn.it the IJG.rne.f such' tide
.e bare not seen In many a day at are to be fonad f fat them to him and that his commands are always to no such lil>erly. The rrocecdingt appear in our I compo-insf it will acceptor cot, i ili infint"rU' nurccbj nice!, vbose M>le object i* to distract mend tl.. a they thought proper i ac candidates f.r gentlemeia SrDtt. r

I). C. Wilson's, G. W. Scott'*, T. hayward meet n willing and dutiful compliance. If parents columns, except iu cue partiiulnr as they We-re
Son'., Carrell t Maxwell'.. (a new firm,) and at O.&II were to pny more. attention to this matter, and aus- handed to us by Mr Hods = \-"Ul olI ; for, in the fir place, it U absolutely I party of this Cvunlr)'. That party has I pee ruined of the consultation following afterward returned and sitS
lain in e\tt .ible and r' those who nothing more than an anxious desire to make it names to wit:
) pO !r
I comdown
A J. rop way appear ridiculous and in the to us &t an.!
MegiuuisaY next, it i ilt a species cf petty pure perfect as any p >liti I FOR SETO*-William Cheshire
,1 I, have charge of their children in their authority as though Democrats "controlled" everything tyranny ; for it may force individuals! to throwaway .: cal orguiizatiort can be ; and it is our solemn dnty ton. Jame ,.,O. A. Jerry. Jack

TbO U>.tliF *od Crop.. i over the Ic.olarl. is it not probable, that many of concealing as much a* po*ible the very I their vote without benefit to tLems! tlve.4 e-r I! to trauttnit its principle, unimpaired by the pros / Fe.R KEPEtJEVTAii\E Frink James O A

Tbe_memory of,the oldest. Inhabitant is taxed in i i.,tbe difficulties that bow courage and dishearten I name of'thc active working Know Nothings their country. Such! things should be frowh.d elemetts of corruption. to posterity. Then let mcigurd (;Jerry.Onmr.tion.
I Tain to find a in putt for SUCh weathtr ; the teacher and rend him in search of ncrne ]lets sent, is abundantly manifest. Evru the :, r-rt'i-I' ( : the Convention proce-edeel to vote
' laaUt j jat
years down for on our afresh aud ..
smack armor
they UK* iiucli iif ttio.w secret i| laying aside all per I rise 'c fur Senator, and the vote was at follow,.
this Motion of Florida has I It laborious well the Committee Resolutions
pursuit at.
experienced within as many of the eliup- on are St1Pl'rt pledges which TI ere once the cencut of Know N >- spnal dissension, pre c-eed forthwith to effect this to w it: .
iz the last three week. There list been poiutments which in That Committee did the wont of the > ( FIT William CJ. -
t I con@tlnt J! p"'r.enI'e'p.riplice relation to IIIl'cling-11 thiiigisni. In the Coininillce, Sam was again all glorious reonlt.n.1 if we do unite and throw out I ('lire 12 Vote!
i .accession of heavy rales, producing cf course diastrout is. .I the progress of1 their children would bea\oidedT miijor.ty: on it were life-long enemies of the Democracy. powerful and fixed mutters to suit hit fane Ills fUr banner to the )l/rceze with our ancient motto j I James Turner O.Jackson.4\. S .ote*.
I consequences t the cotton crop' From j j Certainly the duty of injtruction'ould be made ." It wss composed e.f R. W. B. I1oJg- II, of Principle hot Men in Gerry. I vote
wa, course, to be expected-yet, I am truly sorry cril ed on its ample fold!*, a* J William Cheshire, hiving received the
night last up to Wednesday it more agreeable nnd more d-sircd as a regular CoL W. M. Maxwell Alex. Once H. IJ. Fitt* Da- c '. I'er n-qnUitt
Moody evening I pursuit that any iMiiocrut should have been l led certain as the sun shine in the hlaven fortune r. I (t\\ -tliir.I") of the vote cast was declare.'.
t rained almoet incessantly ; while during the fore- by men of talents and worth than at pn-bcnt. lid Robertson Isaac Craft and Edmund Rhode*.- by Hodgson ,t Co. But I f..tol. somehow that astrny tl.e i,| will smile upou us and crown our exertion with i duly eliost-n a* the candidate of the Democracy ri

I moon of Wednesday tbre was "right smart t>pnnk Are our teachers sufficiently mindful that virtue We leave tbe Sentinel to specify the names of its delusion will!! only continue for a day cr two, and I vic-torv. j I Von Hamilton iu:! Octoter.'I county. for fc nntor, at the ensuing tIlt

I liner"_ if & 21f0 Thnncrli the wry<"l did_ Tint_ ftuit__n* is essential to education It is not unfrequentty the political friend from among the list.ISow ONE WHO WAS PRF--' I
___ that long before tile election those of our I ENT.HMKXOX'S \\ hereuponthe Convention eeed d
u pnrtvuuo prr to
reach the high point uf former year' the blow was I ease now, a 'man sends his too to tchool, and, in a it will lie interesting to know wiiy these Iiiive unintentionally or thoughtles*> -_ -- 'I for Re-prefentmive, anti the vote was vote

tufficiently severe, in the present (tuft d condi- I j few nionthr, perhap that child, who had been I- were not mimed all A Committee in tie themselves figain-4 our regular county ticket y arrayed nr.din I DKIU.LFRT, Fix, ISeptember o For John Funk, 12 vote; for James O A. Gerry.

; lion of the earth, to prostrate cotton stalk*. and we 4 i i I brought up fo carefully und with hone but the beet ( *. and why Mr. Grant, n Democrat \u: favor of lo 8, 185*. ) I I 4 votes.
gentlemen, at I 1t'lIst, who have I Mr. Frink.
c have: no doubt that the damage done in that .. i| moral example. ccaies home t forward in their stead Was la having received tbe requisite nnsscl,.,
.. r" p et hop<.Ufly disputed, it or was it III..a)'* opposed the Demexratio 'party, will retrace t,I accordance wit'i a call made for a pcl.lic Mi-s '?f vote, (two-thirds.) wa deckreil
..great On the ,hole the prospect for PI.nl r* I having learned only to squander the fortune fr 1 not done with the view of inducing innocent editor their; teps and rejoin their ohl friend*. evetsif! >I Meeting to be" I.eM at tXli place in thi* slav, a | the Democratic cxndidate of Hamilton duly chosen county at a.I *

i looks gloomy enough. Complains of rust and rot which a parent has toiled ? His daughters go ti a to think that Democrat really did control them, I jim delichtera: to MIV_ have expreed tutu I lar.ro and respectable number of Democrat, with: 'J the en-eminci election in Ocfrber rexf.

t arc general. The wat1ierLae cow charged f..r the faehional Feninnry, end come home with An the meeting? I d.sgust. airetuty. I( many Americans and Oi.I-Line Whig having! a- I,I r<-.Mecsr pond.l Cheshire in a an.l Frink. hating been ealUJ
t better. On Thursday the sun shone lri lta I education of superficial erlegitucie but with "With regard to the candidate eemM! very appropriate nisuuer. and at
a : minds: roinmnted vhi As to the number e>f grown prisons at tl.e meet trotter for Ile purpose" of tie c.eetintj -, 1 cpte.l their: noRiirAtinn r on a morning in May | Sf no strength, cud judgment only JoI are all gti.tluiifn of hig'i: character I "To nominate j The
ghddening every blArt.iL. Fufiltie-tutly rolling: has leg 1 aii Diiul.1-- to Fpeak with perfect accuracy j \ : ir dependent candidates fir the j fullowiiig ru'Intio1 were intr.-ice ry (".
the higbeA hope'. low :long thi change w I I vel"p,'d to defpiae the industry thrir paren's. yet been heard from them officially, that we are Let 1 bliould say about fifty, all told. Of the! hit, rett Le last or what effect it, hue in r the knowing nothing that will] be useful advised of. We undcMand I however : f The i i D ir.HTHcy >f Hamilton ernptv.
may cuing crops j to tl.en in that Mr. j teen or twenty were from '\'II kull.t and J meeting s called to order by Col. 'YjiamI:; 1. AVuOt'irtf. 'lhat
remains to be cceo. j> after life, and. then running anuy with tIlt fret I CniiR A aftliHt* tKV ill\ it..tlon tcnderr 1 to i Hm to j elewhci' : It is my candid opinion that county not ov-v i Maxwell, an.l on inot'on. E. P. GRANT, Eq.. was I,' krt'u in the Cin -inr.ati we Platf-m n--affirm ai th.1 the principle i'riucii.Ie* st

From tfe direction of the trlrd on Wednesday- |j dancing master- cr moustachej \'ompar.:II cf abnpiry separate lciiulffmi-rn his political friends in this j jtleet'.on thirty voter of Leonre pr"--- .. l.iote that 1 e-lecte.1 CJ:sirman nnd R. I. Beret nm.Ie Secretary. !){ the Hamilton iVmrera" <>f

t N. and .N. E.-we apprehen that a eevcre gale Lat rid. and accept an honor from other hinds when tIle ql1..ti ofen-'orfitj the nowinutlon! I The .>l ject of the meetimjluvinj! ; been Mated it'I: ;}' 2. RsoLcd. That w- fully omd.r.e, in all i=- ,

been experienced on tl Atlantc I Another man sees this and resolves to bring In* which liis oVvn party l.as been leady to bestow upon I put. it \\11 eanicd by tie large majority, :111.1 was 1 it I, the Chair on motion a Committee of seven WR :I rr cli.iaaD.mniicitione"the! AJcaitiitriiioa of i'rcti.Jent Ito

.. I children up to buiine.es a. he was brought HeI him nt any time "i!i ue\er he would a appointed to draft re-olulions I
tip. expre never would !have been cm.icil at all i if it hud not exprcs.-iv cf the 3. finvtrtl. That we ihe.1tti15&1riss'C
Gale la the the
Coif. ,
I rends all lira children tiniply to the II..igllhorll.o.l willingness to recehcit. Dr. Mixxvnt, as state! been for the Vrdortiuating Kr.o\v Notliing) d.-! views of the meeting and to fu;: -sf the names ci'car.IiJntse :,| cf onr delegation ia O'rgrewl and lally exvnerat cour'-
We learn by passenger who came on the !! schools. But still be finds that his kern heretofore i il absent from the tl em fr"ni I.lump in
Elner girl only it *therwi.e meet in the rierticg. It atfvriTs ;( for m>inu.fltle, >n, v.hicli Committee Lav1 1 j any repruH to the failure of tiI !
Calhoun from Tampa thit a seveie gale vra* e i:I to tit at home, read novels aud sight after and iini- it is our firm belief that he, too, would decline .- FUtt, that some ten t.'r twelie Democrut n>e pUn.-t.ie*. wlne to j 1 log retired the meeting wa addre*eel by Dr. L S. :I jI I approj ll-at time nation t*>of py th* FIorMi Volunteer 1

"pmeoced in the Gulf ou Wednesday. The Celboun j tAte the aristocratic way oflhtir: young r.eighl orH. the use; of his nUDP. alt Mr. CuAipca Las dour.So I'' I 11\1\\1110.1 the-rs in itioa course Jmi'igo Hnvkio insfmil of d -
be e> to
ram:"" cats given if nnj who for tLc ppo ru&king a comi serving censure. s'loalJ' and does entitle
was in imminent danger of being wrecked. In who snub them --- ----- necvasary him to our
i until perbap! *. they ar* drawn out tiftn the ? warmnist
|Imo.t part reside! in the of when Committee having finished their consncenmlmotiomos,
"uiLity ime j
: making a b.rbol in OcilU Bay she went aground by some association of H Hi Florida. j Dletillory [ 4. fittolrrJ Tlitt
spiritual j ,
rappers, while j ft'f.l... joint blank to tote for tLe j labor, returned and Pia.le their report, which, e>n they fjrtt.'r? advocate a just
at ebb tide in five feet of water. The pUI. r.g.rl the boys are carried away by cards and dissipa- Jainei Gettis, Esq: has been Dominated: bv tl.e !! ticket e>t Hodgwli A Ct iadtptllJent I notion was real and wholly adopted : j j are ins-'n-tial l eli-tril.ntion rf t.e t-Vnticl Fund
left in a yawl loaf, leaving the steamer Mill] lard I lion or fall into the various manias uf desigiiiagj Democracy of Hillsborough county for re-election i > I i j jI aut>ng Me several counties cf lh. State. an 1 a ji-t
I And fast some five milts South of St. knave and pf'CulM'tt in ,III emllyman. lie will probably be rtturned i I A very d.fftrcnt tale from all this is told in the I I We, as intt..ponJ..r.t'otn! f-f Leon county, inpublic ) arpluntiui! of the Internal Improvement Fan,t to
ark Lih j Shanghais andchickenfight !'hS Meeting Mich mcsciur-s a adviuee th
Oilil..mbl..j.I&i'rd"rvdtiw ,
I Sentinel but to s cwmaion interest cf
hou, j what Democrat
withoutoppen-ition. I ; aver hiss or ever will
until l. after various adventures in which our fellow-citizens tliroiiirhout the county that wrj tlieperp'eof' Florid'.
The New Orleans cteairer. dee at f Marks onWedne.day i I they alternately cheated and "ere- he"ted, ruined j We gratified to learn that the -aciion spoken i j ji : consult that paper fir facts? ? Its iH>HtIc- priticl j liovri met together to-iny! not as Dem.n-rats or I 6. AVM.W. Tliat tlty here'.y tender their aim-

morning had tot rraehcd there on I in pocket and in character, they try the political ems Laving commenced in Hilsboroii! !i towards! '! pie now ConriSt i ii irejn.tei.V efforts to distract the j: 'UJilg; to promul;ato Demex-nttic Wl.i.c- j I gntulation ti> such of the OP.? line WLig a* hare

Thursday evening. Fears are ent.raiued fur her dodge," the most unprofitable of all Judge Hawkins continues, increase. TIle J'tnin I j Deiiioeratic I prty.. l Iy all kii.d. e/f tide-wipe: *, inuen- trine*-not as American, to ndtecnte their print.- tl refused! t>> aHliit( with) the K. N. partr, and solicit
dodges leI I '-ir
does pi. -not as pOllilil'illn8 or office''II'.k'r(, to Ulr: : e-o-e'jxTHtion ia ther cunung electfon.
afety. I and tools I tuliir of the 4th, in a "- written article and potty charge*-by inciting mind pmollerI 1 up j _
come agents ot some designing kua\cs ItIt.P: i j party strife all,} angry dissension, l.y wlikb n:nc 6 ReHk'teJ That thprixccliiiif* of thi* Con-
I A barge, belonging to I). Ladd, with a white'I| and parties, and by lie and fraud, gather and rend ,.The political! skies are brightening. From estry aging everybody \vho is disposed i lo pitch itto, 1 Ii i hut wire-ptillinij .1ema- l1guu and prhtnilng! officeI I vmMon bepnl.Ii'helin the rcsaeLiaLcosocraga.-l

man and three negroes on board, was llo1'n out to i off other dupes more foolish than themselves, for quarter we have cheering intelligence: of the *row- i and publi l.ing every article reflecting upon cur |I hunter ever profit but actuated l-y lure f I ftorUian,, ; 31e .
eea from the Spanish llole. by 4he violence of the mad adventure \ enthusiasm organization ; an.], la.tly, ly hnrrahiii for I au.l having the welfare and interest of.ur c unty I II I r Culpepper G.-rry an.l Mitchell ad.lreecc-4
any in Nicaragua or Mexico. ig of time D .Cracy. TIme only effect Utlb"fU.f and fctnte; at heftrt. Laying aside Aill'art. feelhscsan I th-t! Convention in a very happy an I
wind The steamboat Spray went in 1.nh of it Moral education is as positive a thing at intellectual tie! former lfection of that party h is g.restiee.I.! I ticket gotten up in ('j)!ti'n to fur.rrgu'or .I ir.jscdc-i--: we have met together a* friebu, 11I I, nnnn r. The repiark of Mr Ciiipep|>
: Thursday but when the cure !left on the evening I culture, IJ is the training of the Imerceptiont is a more zealous and determined! effort to secure noniinccs. Its editor i is a sort of political This:. I\ n..khl.ori an.l as eitizT* of one and tic! same cornI I I tieul rly iiiti-resting, from the faet of his Wing an

of that day no tidings had been received of the 1 and of the wiil, so that they shall I the triumphant election of the Democratic ncmiiiee. who 5 h eternally endeavoring to strangle the ty. h.ivintr the ime common interest at stake. to I OMLiae Whj? fmnm'ir'jn' who has refusal to
.missing craft. I perceive nnd resolutely follow the law of a 5 a C C glorious truth of I,'mo't" '} iu a sly! meal insidious i i "onult together, to work together, fe-r (nr co.a- j j affiJintif with the Know Nolhins party ami i is now
right and i and to bottling aUy and
j mon gexxl. promulgate injep--adcct pr.ret-: j successfully for the Democracy
The brig Gen'l Bailey, which arrived off the j justice of goodness and propriety in all the re'a- ,. If the friends of Judge Hawkins anticipated a manner. Why don't yu cOllie out, Judge, like a ple!, 'wlilhi can be fully embraced by cads and 1 On motion, the Cpnventioo adjourned airs. dit

Spanish Hole on the 14th, was driven ashore on tions of life they sustain. For instance, let i it only change in the ecntimeut of South Florida they are man ami declare, be>Idly, what everyone in the I! \ tory voter of Leon county ULNIiY. STEWART. Ou.nnan.

Long Bar. She will probably have to be lightened be impressed upon the mind of every youth, from not disappointed. Those who were avowedly county knows to'e a fact that, although you ,1 A* cltizins: of Leon county we feel prouJ of the I.I.e Joax S. PcBViA ac, Secretary
opposed I she has held
about halfof her cargo to get her the hue no party of pint own to act with .t |! high position ever among her st< rj -- -
(f richest to the poorest, that no one rich or to his re-election are now for him and those } you j counti1 throughout the Slate and being the tne.et i -.
The pilot boat May Flower was sank at hr. poor ha* any right tb consume without producing who were 'on the fence are now lout and earnest do hate the De'mocmcy "itb a snot Litter aid j I; central, (jx"se injj the Capital within her bonier-) j BY TELEGRAPH

moorings but can be raised without touch difficult'. I in snme way ; and that one principle would da advocates of the cause Democracy and her nolle cordial: hatred T If put under oath or utibjeete'J to i!' e.pnl! to any other in "rM.th refinement aOlJ-int.l. |

The L hthlus Uep 'r. J.) J. Allen lost al! his i more than anything else to take asm'iption anddissipation champion. So ampleias his defence that the thurnVsorew, I have no doubt that you would i j li jeno*. we therefore toM tLat Keprescntatlvtfs I j I Ij ITIIKLE
w xd many declare that I in the hall of the Capitol IboutJ. at least 1 l-f DAYS
equal t ti
< boatt poultry bath hui.ce Ac the dearest object of life !I
out of of members of the Know your present
youths station r.dtalth Nothing have
The i I harts expressed i to anT I.t.bfr. and be able to cope With the consjregfttetf t LATER FRO 31 KUROPE.
is the extent of the damage done, to far at I and to eradicate the lIira and fopperies from the their entire satisfaction ; he will get sonic is to harrnss the Democracy as ninth as yon can, J wisdenn, aLiJily:: and experience ftvin othr I -
I -
heard from, except in the prostration of trees, I student who squanders a fortune in bis education.It of their votes. and, when that is done, to get me.La'f the public; 1 I.nliul; ire he-M! that Leon county ,Loud! I I
fences, tc. I would I printing from Democratic Legislature next win [ wt; lice Uad" in the councils of our Slate for ability ARRIVAL <- ()FTHBVANDERBILT.
save east multitudes from the fullv and 'Touch a man's purs! and you touch Ili-t heart,' I j |
and. : 4
ten tin- experience; holding llt e view, m. i ps ? ,
State Scmiuarr. wickedness of trying by any and every means, to a saying which the 'wnye of the world' have ren !j looking forward to the next session e.f the Lr tslatnre )
Tallahaaaee. make 4 fortune by ono told stroke, instead of the lis a truism ; and here in a nut shell i ill tin What a fiue set of fellow, Messr Editors: some as to one who&e acts will be of lattij ;Vivortines { .

Questions Anttrrrcd. !Lard lal-or of years of honest industry. sequel to the Democratic opposition [ht: j of thl'sWhig Americans! are.11 long a* there lOiS (uly to our Mate at aarg.tisit cause !
4 1. To .ba extent will it be a Free School TAmuxr. 1 .rJack.oQ was] to JuJge Hawkins' re-eleiction. I 1 i ia any chance to elect their own inen. they have <[ apci''ali: cc to Leony'ant}, v.re thercl'i-rd de'm it Coilon Quiet nod quotation Barelr 1ajn.
I Principle! WHS j 1 .' Caused
and advi-able tat we lo.,11! i
expedient !
.-l t Act of 1851 provide that Comity. lost no compromise. to propose tow*. Not a \iord i is *" -.ot fromamongst
of id the loss
perseIla sight of the
si'.grcpriationhLeptirsestrings i the mo-t exp'riencetl. and wise of Stir
of both texes, who intend The cf Jackson j heard about independent' tickets. oir Year Spt. IL-The steamship VauJcib.
to Ucniue Teuchert tf Democracy have commenced the I' of tie people were touched, ar.el they They are entirely j I f..I1ucitizens an INDHTVMAT TICKET to rrpree.tI :
Common Schools. uon signing, A pledge to that i 11 kint, Es
feet, shall be admitted tt> nil the priiilegot of the I for the Senate Charles N. HarUficld. hue C. Rob- that did it. Their conclusions! every exertion to shove their own party ahead.! We therefore adopt th.- following resolutions as Liverpool to Sept. let
I arrives! hastily
were at
/ fully of our view, and recommend LturjKo, Zttoh '
exprrsMve JarjUvSaUs
Seminary, free of charge ; the nu ber ef i iron and Jchn W. McCrary Ksq*. for the i They have even been known to originate dark thtraf. cf cotton fir tie
su j House. the .
4' 1 perj I and as agitation va t.l ,'al'ln. these eon- .>r theadeptioa of ocr f.How citizen* throughout! I three businos &
sent to b in proportion to lie representation from ,I The Falnvl sjyn this ticket is composed of industrious I elusion reached tho magnitude of fad* ; when lo! i: lanterns and ell the TJ.rahunalia of "b
each County, wcet of the Su'anee. and to be deter and intelligent farmer, }honest and patriotic a change became visillt Time storm had its I this purpoee; and when ever}thing fails: and they i iI r."Qlrt.'TIlat 'fI, at independent voter (.f i speculator i.OOO and exporters 2.0>H> bal ..-
tned the Board citizens spent are reduced to a Leon county, have And hereby do lay aside all The market closed qniet and steady with quotations
by of education. For the precut aud will be supported by a large tmjdrity l force and a calm ensued. Reflection opened the I mere political grea o-fpot they ;i

the Board will admit one for each mtmber ofthe of the good citizens of Jackson county" 11c: opposition I public mind, to conviction and Judge IIawkin,' get up independent meetings and cry out for one i| otrvflre jhirty feelings to support in the the present nominee canvaSS of this, and electing pledge, Stole barely Tl'mde--Accouts ninjntained.!
Legitlaicre.By ticket i. made of John T. I I half(.f the leiaf modest young nie.n that they tif from thmanaetarirg -
op Myrick. EHJ. vindication found a lodgment} where, a short time are. I irrespective of partv. I dittriits
a recent Resolution of the for the Senate Mcstrs. But the De-Mocracy have not stone blind. JltMhtd That held it to bo ills fAorablc.
City Council, the Erwin Callow ay and Pope before, it would have been indignantly rejected. gone we duty t>{ all

eons and daughter of residents in the City whose I as candidates for the IIou-e. The Patriot reportsMr. "'Although wavering for a while, the Democracy They see clearly through the adroit manrenvres of )| pood the call! an.!f patriotic their fdIow-dlizen citizens to answer promptly to General New*.
tuition according to the terms Myrick as being in favor of a few broken down "party backs." It is |i e> publicly and fairly Q'iea Mctori and
proposed by the avowedly the p.ua.ige of Hillrborough w ill roll up a handsome majority 1. really : rustle and to serve the people when the public retinue load retarded to London
Board, will not exceed Twenty-five Dollars ,per annum of a J authorising monthly Sheriff $a1. sunder f'1' the Congressional nominee. amu-ing. Messr Etiitor,.and quite pitiful, too, to j jwitnw welfare 'Jen'nnd their cervices in the balls of legislition. from their continental tonr.

win be aAnitted free of tbate In all cases, execution. Mr. Daw kins, i.t *gaiu.t such a . these poor worn ont effcrts at hniabtiggery J ; t Nearly one million pound sterlIng! In gold la

in whUh tins tuition ti. sum, the excess measure.Gen. UuiHl County revited by the rehmacts of Kno \'otJi 1rJiunto I j i R"l ul. That we hereby nominate as Candida'! known to be An"the way to London from .Australia.

must be paid bj- )pupil Thupnpil* in Milton addressed the Democratic meeting at The Democracy of Dutal have nominated for the I hear men who have clung to Whi
the Claasiral Popartinent will be required to pay which candidates were nominated, and made, say State Senate, that long-tried ami true hearted Dem) as a tingle plank was left, flD'} who *uqn
Fifteen Dollar per annum. JCon-rrtidcnts will be required the Patriot an excellent speech, in reply to those ocrat CoL John Bruward, and for the House Cot followed dark 1,intern* about the streets of our citie 9 : support. *U: 'I allies have tee a allowed *.hia prlrllege of residing

t pay the tuition prescribed by the Board,asauthorised of lIfI, Roulhae and Myrick made on the Sitar Oscar Hart and George Branning-constituting a until their dim rays were completely erftinpnwbed ;! JOSEPH CHAIRE?, I I C.i?. BANNEP.MAN, : at Peltin. .

by law. A* tv t1te* rates, suffice it to I day previous It U useless to say to those who strong ticket worthy the county and the party they by tho noon-day splendor of Democracy talk about JOEPH BLAKE. | DL G. T. MAXWELL i' A Chinos envoy. sill be dispatched to Ptri,

My that, among'all the Schools known to the Principal know Gr i>.")Milton" continues that p "that. Lit represent.RICHARDSON'S. independent tickets and the people' rmcg in | Rftolred, That this ticket shall be known as TnI I

which bare any'claim to ret-pcUbility, there reply wasable.ekvjtientandtriatnphant. Ifeviueed -_-. their might and patting lown tit Pcunx'a IsccTENPCBr Ticnv I I.ATI; Fnon CAMFOBJIIA:

I not ole. on this ctdo of the High Soliool of to the audience the mature reflection of an euligLt.encd IRISH LIVENS.-In another part of about TflI JltIl68 '"-the same old etale frire-JYUlltf'l JtttolttJ That we will support and vote for this 1.70A/XX) TREASURE RECE!VID.
to day' paper the reader will! find the advtrtistment I' People'* Independent Ticket vketktr tluy for
Charleston, where the same lAv& and the Mine ftateviun, who appreciated the increased extent (>f Me !r*. BITLOTKC & LOCKE tlie enf'ri-1 opposition has ever gotten up mlll1/ .mo n( of labor it performed, 0.1' low term. The tof the United State*,and rejoice in their power agents for the United t>tate for Richardson' Irish which. like a decayed mackerel, absolutely stinks will elect them willing or willing, believing thAt 1aDalar7 '*Katl-s Ear

Principal h been oft ru private pnpib,twice and pro peritf ; but who i. not.unmindful of tbe Linen Consumers well as Dealers will do well time nostrils (f every .ttI ible man The idea o' the good of tb* but anti coonfy feqnires their IeTZiESTIYG rno CLrXAL Aivc.e.Naw .
a. much .I* by'the Bonrd. rights of the South, ttu claims equality iu Use Iniols. ]- to read thi advertisement and note the particular Whig t'rY or Kno Nc/thing! and Democracy I'I'i. .
ve trade m rk (.f RichartWm, S>TIS dr Owdtn" a< an That we earn* l1y recommend these TOSI.hCPLIL-"Tbe tteaiasLip Star o! the
eptenberll MORE ANON In conclusion. Gca Miluui made an eloquentapjtoal eoAle.scb -the muddy and corrupt wafers of tb* pcctlemen to tbe cordial of I "
eaeb and
G West
inferior.qunlliy 'HH < has been thrown into the support every j reached title port very bt. hat ,Ilgbt.. with
r., "m <*j ;L n U) Democrmt and Know Kefthings, in favor market under the title of Richnrdson's: Linen.Jroeiyn ."- Midsttcippi: mingling with the clear and pellucid voter throughout the conniry fully rehliu; opjn I $1,7COX/0( in trVasure atxiUu and- interesting new*
A TL'SPOTTED'"J'ipt."lt;.i stated of the re-election Judge Hawkins. / Daily Tlit-tt. I stream of the beautiful OJI!.. Tel day try it' I their election] by la1'g 'maj.ritie :
I Resolve That Cc i' from CalL/oruli and Central America.
of tlree
a >HHiHtee
tilt ( f. train tv'Va Branch Our advices from Jack>cn are highly farorable to gentlemen, but yon \il! not st-cctc-d. JU e 6on'attempt I ) consistIng
of Co 1. Wro. Maxwell, R. W. B. llodg.sonnd,11 | flannels .if attgLcrclofore
road atopped by grassbepper few days sues. i Juelgf llawktn .. .. f Rnlne-Cr.pa. to mix water and oil The Democratic party Fitts ba and i* htr appointed to wait and ':
Larjt numbers gnusboppert had alighted nroa.litfftlJ1' I':'_ } _t ". ._ i been For the last two weeks we u der., n.t there 1&' e i ill against it. and you might a* well know tIle iuforw Uie* candidate of their nomination upon and to I| kn ijio CaEioruia. Collection were
It th 'rait AnotbeVltlcfpuondlu abe'Field. \try heavy rains UirxNigh the interior,and that f"rol: them with LlghlaaiUlietorjp<. loa y.-wa-1 to"rtrj plenty
The '
corerisg train tautdc the truth at tne-e. We arc prf ct3y teut to a cop} ticie minute anJn'l'luti..nso.
,' : cottuu crop. are beirtj very materially injured i| comp that it was lpg at.1 ttercantiW terort-
r several thOU AD I cf tb.m which tnaue g begging 1
We learn .
tht3jorewitf. Gnee.f Marion liy tlieui. In some place the pickers have to a 'e !f tik care -oertelfes, arK An, re Htc-wathcd ': S .
track so tlipperythat the wheels turned r ResaZresf That we most rerpectfally solicit >f the tie*. '
c -
County East Flonda, bnt; announced himself as a ii; the water to gather the crrpi. Up tQ ,tlie j disciple, of uain: ," who ore'etsdeavorirg 'throw -
without Send to notnloec of thi their
going forward. "procured tn'l eom-I meeting willing a nunct-mcntof the rains the KicXtagva
poured upon the rail, when 'the train resumed candidate for Cvngirsa. ,>Ms.} 0: wa.forn-ti n* e ">- cotton fields "" | dart f rto ccf tTe to creafe JissTnnonaanJ P.tart.bnrelngi in this nnoiination. -- CptCantyLa4MteiDpted
fine but"wefeir the the
unal1y yield will be marlt'lllv tcise la
'<>cu lwM *d axvtlon l ce.drd ,ithont M.te.l with a ttots He j RueletZ, That me* aaJ anth itlcated I to; runt ArenaB. name
ai 'pr. press"at was, fonmrra' reduced, (rom what was "cte.L-Ji-r'e'F'z |r mon j n* :ith y yoW-iadeptD ticket duly! espies '
f'"ff&ll > I a '- I ni of,th* fIIiQUt8 and retalllUuDa'O1hl of CcU BJea. H* WM < e tb Bririik
'Vl.bt| In t y.. 'meetlofj tjafavniehgl ppo y
r.dili- nt
w- :.7. 1, t t Jf'I c-J p"pl tickets, an *H 't!m fatfrf:; -ds -> C
H 0 thosFneaestjw-a4gni Tttria C4m1at at Giey is-1 it-3 tlertih Tarsi efi: S.t. .


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wboj'o smiMijag ftcU'lr i to ilusqaito.aetiuTleft S L4
/or Aspiirwaii.TL Jtf) :tfd T7intere SWAN & CO.'S Lotteries :

laMecM portion of Greytovn, El Dorado S .TRIUMPHM4T f COMMISSltffl.MtfitflANT ,

coaoly. California his been bant. 'ots about OO. THAT I CAN BEST I- 5' 'rALtk14stZ FLA.

$100,090. CHEAP GOOMo -1 I BELIEVING CUSTOMEU3 do a t.usi. _

now receiving per Brig Or.O.T. Waao, eatirffaelfry tljongV probably SWAN <$-' CO. continue fo drdx as vtual T IBERAL Advance mate o-rOottoo or "WocoJU

Spertoi Agent for I.ittertauW -- 1 from New Y rk, A peneral assoitment of *caccnkbe profitable to tn>self. I have determined U vn&ovt interruption cooign to Lif fri-flBd in Row York.

caisflruJr. Sept 18.-TLorrRjlncy.. of New I AM now receiving my Urj e Mid c.ir.-fd'lv: selecte f.OODH, ctrisistirg t-f ab.-md.rn tl.e lONG CREDIT. cod therefore LQNOPliICK 4t.4.l k8. ,3 _-_ _
buriues fiotI'tii '
Yo>V. Las been appolriUJ! A phI Agent to transfer unbracing every quality srd *tjo.SILKS HAttDWAUi:, IOT: a SHOEOllOCKIUES. -?. ii,' -jiteibcr: u xt on a oftkSOtL
tic capture J Afi loan.to U.. Libei-Un aaU.oriiievYellow iO 40., it1'.. And Authorized by the STATE of 010.1 1VM ,
: & 2- 'lMlErcdrsig'iedta&eetl'h ihattod of snabdj

F vcr In Cbr1ton.CgAWaTo Silk:: R ..U-8 a Iji'ix-, I.Stripcd d'L -rVolar.te il.Hi we bnve *c'ec4ejsiiS T i id m-i t. d 1 will tell! late a'lfinjit tt Injure oxr jirrn lit tkotrn that i it known, that thoTtiiatCeSOl"Th5Ui'5"1
tt fur reic. '. 1;. ;. Il'flNIejt. ; I wi.l l le !.. c.iiititiiic lin Ti -- Wtli t. '
I j.rtim Lfftrriet Ly tutu *
18. Tho ihltli officer w air druBitjut v..eprucs La.dtrrndaeJ toeuetPeiuoti'ii-
; > Sept pub | jj'Uid A. I'Jaiu Col'd Sills, oftb & utL'
11. ICtC. h. Iijve h'irtof.rtl.tvir..l, i e with) li-ir r.4! ii
17cie icfiemttart
I and rAi.: ear
Quiil. ,I), ait pciLji.ctuinUe ; Motrcfem ioTnneSsee, LbtI3.
nble Skirt
> tkei ;
liaL oo
iuUi. mornirg that there were 105 f xi-l will f'jinib'
| pen
tti fur
tn'l l net CH'77'"it'. li'irral'than
*rvnii> niother Lottery
FlounccJ, Bl'k Silks of*v> quality, i ) more or> Polk, of Louisiana, and E Jn p JSUM. o/ Oeorjri
death by YrlloVTevv in this city during! the! !aat RICHARDSON'Siii them inCo >u/at tU I OaT CASH! PRICES, if iy TUP. WOA'LJ)
rlcrinaaod tiser1Ac.ntsncfielkithtgO
M rceilin Silks. [ and they alone ar e t. deli .etbunaed
Voek, Sneudiigaturdav.) they will agree to pay up their acot-uiita orj give their otrtlmtioM fa aid a< ih lartitulior. .

Worsted Goods : : }puper at such period during the year as I may deAN rg'nf.llowing Shi tug v.d! be dm D by S.Si iiaJL snit that Jofcn eertI.t Ta1haseee. enTreasurrreftie

New York Annoal'Siat
You. Sept. 14.-Tim Acr.ua! Cotton Sttte- j'j'mcnt 44 .. 1 Volants. CONSUMERS Rlcnant.siN'a J.lntnt, and the AMPLE EQUIVALENT FOR teiy in each of U sir Single inniIs.r Lotteiten fr i* specially University authorized to ri'ceiwt Mttnlxi

+ .. 'I double Skirt, V>/ deeirout of obtaining the gtnuint gondi, should SEPT., 188, at Augusta Otoritpa, iu pt.llic, under laid! Dke.tf.
appeared IH inernii.s;. The) tutnl
1.iek Barege a-d CUllk. see hat the articles they purchase are staled with LONG CREDITS I he superintendence of Cinua.irfkMH
F BiahopofFlor.daSqL4
; L114.Ce-taitiy expottid 2,530, ()-* the ihe full of the firm
Poplins and Meiiiioc*, name Clai3 31 Draw un Scdtr&tt. FepUn-.ber 4. II6.
quantity fjr Louie consumption iC5,5.vv'rrox. tei. Solid colored Cashmere and D.lains. EICJIAEPSOJf, SONS 4 OWDEN, Clan X"i Dra
Scotch Plaid. an guarantee of the souodueiw and dui ability of tie BEST QUALITIES, S3Jrniri on KtUnrilay, Xif'rwbZait Ii lfi. Lands for Sale.

.-V .- dip the folioing extract from th Alpaca's Mid Butcbasiues, Go : Stat ri Hot
Covrier d" well in Figured IMaina at a 1 pi ice*. caution It rendered essentially r.eeessary aaIt'ge AaJvc-nr SjD4rr a&4 ofJ.ecs.t- *
JinyIrer, n paper sic pofted ttA- I daMid.IIe'lrru.r.
qu4iititi<* of inferior and defective lInens era
ti'tknasanj 1 In thucoairtry One of tl.e g'ntifylr.g Sundries : Bowl' Cuit's XatLT. Tturston, Viu Leuts Cium
prepared. Rea i>n after season and seile with the
future if tuc Ci a *uial orM is the renewed English: Crape, Bonnet, Belt, and Trimming IIHBC ,>f Kichar
Lend *U-jJy :n&ndfr. cotton-a demand that iccrtase Black. Silk', Velvet Ribbons, Ices of the injury thus iiiflirted alike on the Amnri-an COlL'iTUY 1' &tOI) 11U1 5.483 1'KI'XESr Land Company, aud other, j
I. Ribbons, Bl'k & col'd tiiU; Fiingcx, )UltSU.T to Pecrec enJeaoLia thin
consumer end the manufacturers genuneCutal. -1 a ; nensci
in a much greater r ti >_tiaa the increase f Ladice a a cots Kil Gloves. Cmcbet -01- NEAELY OSK I'RIZE TO EVF.HT KIM T1C2ttETI
will not readily aband.m a bu&inera so p t.titaMi*. the subeoii'rr will sell by auctth1et the p1*
populjtk-n. The EuropiAU demafti and pric.> ate Velvet Tmnuiin. >Ta selI Buttons, while 3. 'c t antI ti L1rrii all tha'c.ats! be1.e'tlug
purchasers can bo imposed ou with Ooads uf a :z c MAGNIFICENT SCI I EX KI Ce cc peciad. -
S buclt ns to furnish an ample guarantee of rcnuracration Silk t Wortied Oalo.njhl'k o4'tl Dress Buttons, ww thief charadeJ. /. to ,iel Company embraced is 7t 'o-ea l'e.r n-

t*> our Southern planters for a few yf jn to French Eugeuie unJ U. H YAMF.K Koriox.s. BULLOCKE 4 J. B. LOCKE Agent. TO BE DRAWN IACn BITTED IX SEPTE3IBER chase,* and lying in tLe cruutie of Lvou. W'mt-?.

With C./rscts, I Ifloopa 36 Church St., Few Yolk. MY STOCK 1 Prize of 570,000 t 4 Prize cf. .1900 (ladiden antI LitH-rty. viz ; the lands lying ?i toe
nil !
come. the uvail.ible of
scurcn Supply *
Skirts : Sept.18,1853. 33-ly \Viii i'rutraeUie entire of Good demaodtdin 1 . :30.000 j 4 bUO first two named -nn'iM will bf. sc-M at Ttuas..a-

from Ejvp4. A"i-i. A : traia.! and Sooth Anurica. variety 1 . 10.C'60 4 .- 700: TE. <.n the seventh ((7th) day of December, an 11!"*
Crown thin market and will be
BL-stJoj. Coronati Skirls enlarged a< required
the c-4ton of the Uni'C'l Sta' U not enough traecl \ | STATE SENINARY0 ) 1 . 6,000 | 4 . Got) lying in the h.t two will le soIl at Quitter, on tie
I IltttTiiofc St. el Skirts Dal.nori.1 Skirts Oooen CAKTZTI OIL CLOTUS,
tl e ;-ow"a .li-r: n-l in Eun>;.c." I Cruvtlli jOhilds anJ Missen.S Goons, Coasteta CCBTAISS, 1 . 4,100 ) CO . 600 fuuitetnlh (hilt) day .4 D.-Cembei iM-xt.
lleyr DaT AVO
P A3EVC.VTT XV casaTnTT-. 1 Si'CO 50 .300 There lji>d-, co-i-pitiii aUu.t n million of arrt, f.

Mantles and Cloaks : -- -- LDIE* Drew Goonx, HAKDWAKZ AKD CITTLIKT. 1 . 1.60U J 10-) .'. 125 extend fiomjli/-S l Murk M the ApaUcluciJ Riv

Oz- Td .4''hi'i2 il : i.I .. ( It) Plush Ta'tnai, 'C..h.i.'d! CI'eik,, MALl DEPARTMENT. EUKEOI RIBSOMB LIIU sat> TUMIIIIKM LCD IIoziey, NAILS GaocEKiEa, IKON, Ftcrr san OILS tad, 4 1,000 | 230 . U'O ei !; f*' V :tt; rVity variety of tiniber indigenrtu*

an AlflP : v u* S .V I L K FR.. us a camiiiinU Moir Antiqno and VclretM Cluck mid c-.l'd IU<'ar R, rimE BOARD OF EDUCATION"c'csire taCIt J5O.TW riront, A CLOTHI.NU, AOZICCLTCSaL Jarteaviset. ApjirrIrctc no to tLi lltitnjp. inclu liuf( .f courseliv cekeyprrss.

f.r rt-e i .-tr Lt tL< ofik-e of Register < 1 StateS .n Zephyr Worsted Muut'e JL uounce 10 the public that the exrrcie of this HATS AND Cat-*, 4 Prizes efI0'l ) .rrru K to ? .0.ft0O triTe re.itX tel-r iU.d ju'iijsi ; tIe! s -flu adapted to tie growth
tobacco stat
-Ji X
s.f tt- n-i.'t'! nail rt tat ,
Cloth Talmas 0 grain e *
Institution will be retained nri M nd.iy. 50lli ii.st. nnderthesnpcrinttn.leneet'f A geneial a. <>rliirnt f'r-!! tb. above CitiCCC 4 SOO M'00 1.2M)
L-mls.! TunUTub .uinl in flab. arid tL. for
Laces and Embroideries : Rev. O M'-XKILL T17RNEU. will be constantly kept on bind and sold at but 4 0() l.0O ii'gir:o.ue. <
------- If l 4 .. 125 7.000 KH> ot v tli ii.attii.iU f.rahitbuiltiirrareIaavalst; re>
expeiiei.ce. acknowledged ability,
Valent-ieime llaiJ Mo-iniing Coll" Sleeves, ng cr-E: : tic,: : GO'h -lOt) 7'Ji'R.ifSOne.tlril of tie purchase nw ey tbd -.
and conscientiousness united
.. with real, iu the discharge 4 100 ,
? Co-Partnership ITotice.WE. .Sleeve. jFnil/d ol duty t i.e a guaranty, the Bo.ird are varrautrd Anl that (lie LOWEST CASH ici'/ioul {Jcciation.CKO. 4 75 thtOd paid in cash, the balance in ime and two mr*.
M liu-ne Cl'i& Slcev<'.IEn-'lih! and Frei.ch Fin.lln.itn ; in equal iiiitinitit.t with jbt percent, intirtttj
1:1 Ci that. u'iIer fun ao far h* 4 60 1(00
) lug management W. SCOTT. "TiLL-iAs-r.K.
THK tXDEUSIUNLl). hare this .ltv)
el I i l tirt iiifii<*B, tlv ,In-aa4 at th -ir r.imsiid s' il funi-li him ud, 5.0CO frizes of 20 are. . . .. . .ICO.OCO J J5.4f j ft.'m dale of pnr hAi<* ; tithe tc W made I>T the Its-
f.'in a vu-pnrtnoi-fcliip un 'er the Firm tiNT e M.i.illii- WI.it.-anj co'.orsrd Dimity September 4. 1853. SO c.-ivcr when all!! tie PUtCbo H rvmry is i pairt."
tlii Jatitt'jn will the dtniitn'
meet 'a < f the IxjjiiUlure -
CAKRKLL i MAXWELL. 1 f. r tb transauiv/u of I JLttha. .. . .SSJOMoOWHOLK i 11-sale u :! h; poiq'ivo end without ie err*.
Ot-nfMl Mercaitiiu bu iues ht expressed in the Art of 1851. Ih.-.t Act SCHOOL 5 Friacamoitiv t .
a Vail $ SELECT dc
& Winter h.ii been li U guide in he course of instruction already JJALTI- *5ttuaatz.ist2. I J011N I'.KAltD. lUviv r.
Tcaarsl0 '
July 1st, 1S5S Clothing ; TallJjarsee. Acgtit tt. 1 Si?. *.
mailed, out. The Hoard lave every reason to beIiee *"PJ1E SIJBSCMREit be--; leave to inform the cilJl |

Y, HAT?. CAPS.Kj that I.i- i IHVIU,; the f..oiid-ilio-i a Frinirn | laces cfTt'labasv e and iiciu'ty, thit the -xcr- tSJ CIRCL'LAK itouliy ttopta of I!* LMtri ictSIt .s-e'p .'! .' pb'.bsh

NEW FIRM &0ii.I: GOODS.Atth4 *- BOOTS AND SI10E3. | ry of Jxiaaiirg" that wiI'! be creditable! as veil us | ci -iof In* SCllOiYi., will! i-erMuai d oo MONDAY, enl ft cry oh.'e.rvkCrece.tii tt. tJCerticctt t'.a loregus tT.ce a wtk utitil the 7tJ thy t>l Be-

Staple and Plantation <3ocds : u e'u! to the Mute. They, therefore, ccmm-nd (heh.Mitution the 4th da\ jj t OL'lOUlIil next. asN-r nri 4lul J -nd bills to the R.eej'.cr -Mnl"rcry

to the favorable r-gnrA v.f tLeir f.-llow citizeua. The tu:lt-3 will cri.br.u-e the Ancuct Lanjjanje", S -3 of Packages trill ba *uld at the fallow! ;- AdverliVr ainl Cnafcleratiwi! ; (Coltunbu

Stand formerly ofcupitdby Btiion A Whital.tr. R'.uiiketa.: i rru.tf, Yout g Urn, contemplating a regular colleiji! Idtlie.n.itica. Natural Sciences, sod English. Stu rfttt-a, which is the rink : 'i :.10: & Sti.tlnal; Macon Telegraph; Ai- vtU Coltf'itUi -

-O- Georgia PU.tntion! Kerseys" [(Plantation lin hano*:Ru' etg ate course, <>r a iLoroug'i Euieutilic -ursc, as well ?slh. I} dnts will-be prepared to enter College. Having CertiSjateaof Pack rec.f 10 Whole Ticlttj. .a' .' 'i.AJ! Saratra'i Georgian an-l Republic.iu

Carre11&IIaxwe11 j .>se who expect to pursue a mote 1-mitcd: coul' (lf j had contid'-rabie experience in teaching the subscriber 'I 10 Half 40. hailciton Mercury rnt.CoiuieiVilminton. Jeer-

Louisiana 'Apron Checka. study, will fin I it to their ad\st.ta'e to :uter thisSesttiuary. hope by energy, zeal and close! attention to the 0 10 Quarter 20 : i. ,'. ; RalrigI. Standard ; hhchmead Enq'iirrv) ; Tida-! i..i
flhttc Denims, Twft-d., Satinets t KenCh.ckttnv
Ji-ans Hie instruc'ors are cap-Vie of ioi>owht duties of the st.-h< ol-room, to obtain n "lure cf public ,, .. 10 Ei-htli 10la lue St-s.tiiuJ ; Newport It.nr Quiijry K.*juU-
'1 TE liave ju.t re<--i ed fiom New York an out Stripes, tucky they ;.rernioe. As complete and thi>roti.jb. an Education l.c ; Culuoibi.t Siullt Caruliuinu, aud Nsa oik "
,,,l.ft'lt k Linfejs, pa'routine. ordwing Tickets or Certificates, enclose tie
1 V cut Ntie York Stork Stttion obtained this st-hid other J.ir.rpal if Commerce.
eta of 'IraA3-per Jfonttii. can be at as at any
offot -
b Plaids."A'liite and Red! Flaccela!
rn.mey to our ad Iress for the Tickets ordered en receipt -

( Ifitw Oinhms. p ; atvl Ih'pe, \ English Depaitment. . . .. . .|j, 50; institution in the State. V>f wbicb they will be forwarded by fiat wail. I POST.-MEL

PALUfflKTERvhicli COOPS Br .wn and lilca CautoujWooll Wure, C'a'aical nn" SlatL'niiiSicaJ.; .. .. . 2000 t To Gentlemen residing in the country, this s-bo.'I! Purchase can have tickets ending in any figure they i ,

S Fl.umcs.: |Hollow Ware, Contingent EaTenes. .. . . .. j oo ofici s more than ordinary inducements, as the rubfrcnber liav d>- i.jnate. COMMISSION MERC.HANZS
the strictest ntttetition
we intend to ell year low f..r C\SH, country Bro'u- and Blue 44 Domestics'Crockery iHO'dwnrr., Ia arii'Viyn advance, and no deduction, except f.rprntriclt.si the speedy designs and thorough paying advancement of tItter! pupils to The List Driwn Numbers and Prizes will be i 6 ? 1'ttjJran Slrcrr. p.

; VroJoce ut g'x*! |nper; aol we are deteioiin n' desiring to be-
pursuits -
be CNDEKaom by any bo
\\ will al WH\ kci-p on hand a general assortment I D. C. WILSON. here as iu rt-pectabTe j rivate Academies in the place. In cunaectiou with, the school any a claw for phil,,. attI give 'heir h'o$ ) C uiity a'td State.

S of GOODS t
'market, cousintii"g i ii purl as follow Mhola tic year is a coimntn charge, in inch schools. BOOKKEEPING payable l in full without deduction. MrsM lborcaJ. Perkins 4 C TalUhrJie. H.. s

PLANTATION GOODS: Why not edutate your sons at home f For fu'rll.er information will be opened, and a thorough practical coLrse of J35T" All prize of $1.000 mid under paid imirediatrly t I. R Harris A Cc-. ijuiocjDenhain -.

GOODS please rp'y' to the Princ-ipf.I cr any member study will be pnr i.ud. Student in this brands will after the drawii; -other prize at the usu .1 i I tc Palmer, ilontic\

Oatiaburg., CI."Ctaw Stnpes t.f tie IWrdD. WALKES.. F. Err, T. V V.BKEVAEO be required daily to write out business trans.iction, time of thirty days. j .5 E.ard JL Dm'uir, St. Marks

Georgia Kereeye, Ba.twn Shit tings, EDWARD UI I>TOVN, cud D. IV. Gwyy. and by thin means have the rare opportunity of becoming All comiuunici.tions strictly confidential. j Mr. Jain** il..r. : Key; Wrtt._ **

Extra Oeorgia Kerseys, Bleaeb l d->. AT THE STORfe OF intimately acquainted with, the practical operation Address Ordsrs f>r Tickets or Cei tificatcs to Metir-j. 'tNiuglit & Orrru-od,' Atr.nta. Qto

Georgia Plaiut, negro Blankets, T. HAYWAED SON as well as the theory of this important subject S. i>V"AN ii CO., Augusta, Ga. -' J. N. McKii.non A Co, Tbot3iasvhIi,.
Marlboro Stripta tc, Ac ic. STATE -
: ? I SEMINARY, $3f Ferso residing near Moi.tg.'niery, Ala. .>.rAtheii's. August II. li'GS. 35-1 ,

DR GOODS : Grt, Cat have their orders tilled, and save '

Bhawln, Corded Satineta, Plain Satinets, Gingham*, W E OFFER FOR CASH, three fourths of our TALLAHASSEE. TERMS : time, by aJJrc* iuj b. Swan & Co., at either of those | Seed, Seed, Seed -
Stock of Merchandi now in Store Ancient Language. Mathematics and higher
cities. .
Apron Checks, Cuitain Dau.ikIiish Duen. Table FOR FALL PLANTING.T .
branches of En lUli, iiicluuri! Dau.a9ks.browu and bicadu-d Pilw! C. oz-: Tickets fur sale by H. M. V"i 3 r, ,
) se.Cftlon AT COST IIE FEM .:
A L ACADKMY in GreceOlsaeLDruruhepP
I place, having jrer "tsaUiii of 5 mouth . 17 50 )
( nnd linou) ii-: ia, .*coth and JJnJfy been trttnefei red to the l ltrd <.f Educa'io-i! tl.ey Primary EiauiL-a . . . .. . 10 t0FATABLK TIIabac.eci'< Ftii.f IV Ue-I I'.'p Turnip, Cubb.ijC'.le '. .
D.p.re. brona and bcce.ed! Cia. i."Linen vrbcii they are varied by the I-ieee cr Qir.ntity. *n 1 li of lie that drawn trot
A t
hive o.viztd(1 a Female Depot tine-n t I 'r the State j T nnraoer* n-e j tUl Dutch 'luruip, '. SiI
i1ireaj.urt'd. SiiFvtd-ri.. Dd when the Stock i-u boa id of the Be.ley antI Ui.ttr HALF IK ADVANCE.
| j Seminary, tbe more fully In Cam- outthe Ait of 1851. j the wheel, with the armuial of the Prize that each j '
IHnnkeU. Print. C-rats Sjot4 j Cotfc n*. | ? a liver, we vi'.l ..:Ter tl.en Ly the Piece or and to trrvtnt imiuceinents, tij parent ti> educate D. B. CLAYTON. cue is entitled to, a-ill be pnbliVlxHl after every draw- i.I Just rectire! endJuy fa' AMK3 t.j .

Vt'ii'te' anj Ke>i rlanncli. Ursbrellai. l lN Quantity (G rueci ice excepted) at their daughters AT 1101. IColhing hal! IHS wantini; Any iiiformtti.l'reqtdrcd can be obtained by ap-- injr. in the follow-! pa x ri': Atvust '(hen ) Ctocti'tutiorml'ift. i LIVELT.

f. d' >ewui5, iiilk. Op.-ra P'isucols. I Ttetnlj per fent Adianrc OH yew York COST withui tl.e means ot I the 1i-itr'I l to meet lie doma.i.U plicittum t' Bub-wribor at bin re-i>'euce cr nt the It'ewO.Ieans: Delta Mobile! Register, i, 17. lt8. !9 ;

I's int4. f.tt" Dlik f.aJ set | of this luterestlny
o-.id M'>uruni.j, Lie.. &e.< For Cash rims of tie fdl..wii.g!! well Ln wn Tea., ra Sept. 4, 1533. SO t j teili eiic,r. Xe \ Yi'ik \." -.>My Day IrN-k. Savannilii > ;

LADIES PRESS GOODS, Call and Lrn1; Iff or,' c.u Kuy ttsr-7vr Ma. A. L. (YBflIEN. A. M. ClH ,ir, Maih-ra tic.. i Morning Sews Riutunoad Di p-itch. New York I)."* 1N STOUFI. ami t-r ae by ties uiKler*' neli. a

of every Lind and tts/lt ansljrir., ati of tie very All who could nnt ett'u' their I fU! f..r ct art-1 pre I Ma*. I. K lItANY H-sr'i.r Ki srli-h p.raulit:*, 1' pateli.! PauMiuK (Miss; ) CLrion-aal! L.J R-_i., frv!, the h supply! : f IRt'O4! ml. CHEMICALS Anhv
] ( Ark.) Tiuo Democrat. I'si'g ate a 0w-
I LAirfcT rASHIO>S.BHV Tj'us yeiirs, will. TVC I fpnot vrvt fjr Jwiuiry tut j jconn VM C. SMITH. Pr.pr.ia'.ry !) laitmtnt.
Mas. ('BANT. Mu- cnnd Onvn.i I Nuv. 14. Ui7. 46-ly I 10 <-z* iteta-erice.! : 6 ou lid. Ainniviti. .
fast llir Ctt to tnar.et! 1JMI' P.r.iial.esi.A .
Robe a Lab<>, figured Ore 'Rhine. Pout n an STATS .- '
OF FLORIDA.S ) Santauhaic 6
Sskf, Jl.. ccliw iuI( H<*eixv Sake. Dtbvpe. LaS AKKRA Ii AGES. ea h f ih.-M Tne.i] is h is hat! fr-m fifte f n ta Sulph.tr. -
2tateLotterie.U i CLh> .do*., 13 lfit:5: !lver,
B.itero P'pIrn Deae! QJI aud twenty y.ar' ekIlerIloec, the aide-.i.fi It-ntU b lien Maryland .
a a .pe. \ \ucancy oc irred in tu. Cr-t fc
This iint1itl'! 1 MICri iaeoa j 12 CJKI.i iO tit
it us to groat S : jfJ'ji. MJV'J.V3 .
; pat > -
ii"i Rnlie. (all weol (lebincs.) Flow that thy will! secure a Try large puirona, and jc- j T Smatoiial District if lint State by the cfe.tfb { "
Y iiKiiC#, kiid se hope all who CM, v.i't bastei ta I 23 M--rpthi 3 Elat.rivti
ered Fittvch D.-t.es. pitatcd and CctS'jIy! tile 4 the t-xpecUti! of the O'lniffumtv.TEKIIJ. \ of the H..n. John R. lir.xiks. X"w. thfrire.. tomip | R. Fa.c !c Co., Managers, i '
dichirge their liabilities, and tn ble! lie to iich | Act. 12 Citlrou.
plaid CAshniereA. Si i?< aud what 'e a1*. .wp. T. hAYWARD t SON rge. { .-Same as in tlw Male Department. Music I ply md saranoit i is iK-robv irdrvd tint an rice j the Maryland State L. tteiKd. puaci.t the flowing _- tu Pip rmf, 40 tz Qoatu a
Carui.rie Mu-lii. Dillliant and Ornamental rrancl.es nt die rite. I It held
*. 18. 185S. ctntomary ti"0 m the ':.ann.-r presetilxd bv law at the | < Splendid htni's | 6 Snycboii.e.! 5 VeralrL
lift 4 White This oclu'ol will be opejed on the C'Jth' inst.TnlUliausee renl) ,. '
| s prci'ct: of s.n.l Dmrict in Mo-nlav the 4ih
For AUGltST 1850. | S liw. .Plnispat of Am- IH Ib*. SutpK EtbsriveitA. ,
Crepe, C-ris! ATusstU. St pt| 11.I 37 I day of O i.-b.-r. pi.xi-i. The Ju ge cf Probate of, | CiIorf'rtt'.
To Teachers :3? S -nlin-l. Mad'son: Mes-coger, Maiianna Pa- wd Dislnct is "-,
I heiebysunrmiiided tniikt' returns j of Tickets bewme I 10 !U. !<>d. P .fj h. 30 .4 (;Iycrrtit. ,
Tiiey caitten purcbaveis to *- (I-Il! )
Iri-it. insert 4 iine <
nud %
Linen Carobtic Eu.\ .11-re
A ARE O1'1501TUNIT Y! | of iid elfcti .n in due form to the OtKc of Secretary I Iof ordciiu Ticket in Lotteries where extruordinitry 2 casks Rock I'ot.th. .
TI.ndkerc.icfii.) rxtentxm iteti l au-I| 1phe State.
kc-Utt.u >k'ts. M.ct'.a -< Lnd'esMrrino T) 4NDOLPII MALE COLLEGE, CuthberL Ceo James JD. Galbraith har2e Capital are /CcreJ for A zirall! curt of Tlckt! .: ; !
ni!* JLU now and fine its ori ia a chartered Institution, In testimony whereof, I h. ve Lercto set inv I Ih'.nd I -.thl euth are jn ndkOF ,

; Vf sis. Silk W..r-t.-ti i liraid*. Mai tie eelAlx.iithrm and fl.iurit-h'ng in the i.umber of its stud ota and b> -r j I.i i3. cJ. 'Li :i' "s'37 1. etch l rruJi.l ": he stilted the greet seal l i The M.irLatiI t4ittrhipfj hat. 'ieu hi ;i.tnceiurI 600 r>5 SULrif Q'/ZNIAYJ3

CloaJ.*, twst Kid blurt", ic.. Ac, iVMHROIUEIflES de.-y. with part, or all (tl.e ii.iprovements and property j j \fAPS AND PLATS OF FARMS. Ac, executed rL S i J in'f the Ib Stntt."{ Fl.>ri.la. D.me at the Capitol j I I }'i'rtv Years. They are drawn by a Stats Oficer, I II Warranted purr, and which we off-r low (or CASH.

4- EDGINGS : 'h1 I.x4)l.g tlieret". i is offered f.'r eats\ ptivat.ly till firi-t J I i JL jib neatneM. ?; City .f Tali:>lms>ee, thi 3.-d diy of I ati'leait b relied on. If you draw a Piize, ;ou aiI AMCS k

vr.Jlffs Tuesday in Novenil next. when if not ,1i1"srd if, < OFFICP] oppuwV O'lirt-house, in bui'dng Keptcn.Ur. A. D, Itsa.Fy iet xLuJ LIVELY.July'31. .
An Twkt'vU.iy'" Cr.po Collar* a.wl eeI*. j c-ccu- the your money. 4 uc W UISIC country 14 wi'li :833. SI .,
Cap late, Tlirca 1 *ivl l.in..is.ti. Line-i, Dobi.iti EJgings Iviil frr-'d it nt publ suit at Cuthtcit Court I5o'ite. I I pied by I-HHT A Ibiaitli. SSe1ii U.n-venue: lit. S. PERRY, i.'un Lottery concerns. Beware of theii.J5 w

nn J intertuigs, n Attest F. L.
amy suit purchaser. UK Health, tau Fnutle Col- ; : ViiLtriccc. St-c'v" of btale. Hickory Spoke
nuNNETSHealdrevs. -: log.-s, three Railroad coiuu-ctiorji and exlcnf clnxd | CHEAP Sept 4. 1853 So-t.'e j WAOMFI'E RfRCME.Maryl&.ni '
GROCERIES I HK nnden1snH! notice
: give C-rrioge maVut",
j Arifiunl patr-t'Pge of Cutl.bert, a'l' o-w.bii.111' lender thi* as j jrictirable JS n 'iid.i* Sentinel aol Peusac.d.i papers copy State Lottery. \ JL Planter &.', tb.it tLv nt,- now en-'a"cd
j nPIlE SUHSCKinCR! on a t 1 afvr the lit Oct l.cr. till eircti-.n. I II iii
S Frtucli f lwe!*, | Ki oleites. sn.l lncii *ive a pi'rcha "f rch a4! projv-rtv j jss 1 JL next win cn-flte hitn,elt --_ _ _ I CLASS N, | Manuf.tctiiiii V7 rpt>n ard'CsriisSjxTct's: bv'JIacljinery. -

HOSIERY 4- GLOVES-of mry A.W.Kid. .- Cull be made iu the South. The main t'.ill. ;ebuili i xilus\ely t.i ti T>be dr wb ia IkKiiiiore, on S.tnrujr, August Slat, 1S.et. nt (105. Cdfi St am' Mllf, at the TafiaLa -

DjeUii a'J Duk Ci cljigaod boiirjing huUM- are new. and with thK M- i 5.4 ( (.'TIO.V & t'oxjiissiox nrxixEss, 12 Drawn fialloli in each Package of.'iJ T.cketa, w ltailr.etel l Depot en wI 1 1 keep *afletr.
ret1, Qiur.tleU for (fitnt'e-
ti--n. Itniitd by all fur either publ-c <>r private line. | wise-n his \ et talents w.l! be ns-'d to pronu.te toe j 1 Grtii.l Priieof.r4'.tOO 1 f rite of-------|iftfO of reasoned1 O ,k antI Hiek/ry, 'cim tantly ban;.
rnen.Silkil.ttis.nl I L.v .<. and linuntlrU fur it be ii'rleI into 1 Price of IiioO.) 1 .... .. ) ) .
may easily n m'i.T.IeIt renilene. J nteet of lb-ce entrusting to Ida i ----------- 2.iot
Ladies and Mies. end .lain pn p-rtv elnrie. 1 I .. a hieli they tk ill ad1!! on kurli terms n* to iat. it an
Fancy I lU.O'H) 2e.iiI
| lloeieiy For He STATE OF ------------
( partctLr*, aj'py at TiLihaae.Fl.ti i ida. now offers Iii present STOCK tit redtic.- FLORIDA. all
< rnI i a'irr i 2U4 $$) ol-jett tv to purclms from them. Tlii
of Siik, Thread. X.tt..n and \V L -------- -- -- following
to A.LO'IJREN.Sept. j I ccs to close R. H. BERRY 1 3,100 <) Frizes: of.. i.- the .
1,210 r.iU CAah
------------ 'f price delivered! at the
HOOTS( A SHOES IS. 18S8. 33-3w J Auction and minission Mvrchant WHEREAS, a vacancy baa incurred in the fourth 1 .... 6tXK 1W coo Factory : '
District of thia blat by the re>i-'- 1 -------- -- -- 5.1HK W ..... .5 WO Buggy Spoke per tWnanth.|i cents caeh.
Of PaVnt Leather Calf Skin eel j ept.4lf53. 36 nation of the Hon. Jibu W. Cook. 1 5MtO 143 .. .... 4'<0 .5 -- "-
Gloveg i Now, therP re, --- --- --- sett.5- -* a

L K'd; Alsn. Ru.ee ui.d Heavy 1ro- f< For Sale Valuable Lands to supply Mid vacarcy. l it i is hereby ordered thai au 1 1 "*- .-.-.-.- .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- Aohi 5UW( > 68 66 "I' _. .. J'O 504.15S Cairinge and 1 Lots. UVggpn 3i-vket r-

gan (<>r PUr.tation IMP. lidi. A LIKELY NEGUO BOY 20 years old. He ; election be held in tba rt-inti prescilbtd by law nt 1 -------- ---- 5,14)) dd I-c' t? nj nn'f ....::'.. . 5t '

.s M'lH-f and CI.i'dreD* hliwe, of every dear ption. may be seen at the City HoteL Apply to 11. j' (NEAR TALLAHASSKC,) Foil SU.E. the several precinct of said Di-tnct on Monday the 1 -' -- ---- -- - C.WO . -."> Catrisgc.tal l t h' .*si. sfrtSp.lc's.. '

Hut &nd C-.p j Thref Pie and Ingrai L. Rutgers, .r to S. S. Knight, Eq. | TN {rai snance of A decree of the lion J. i 4ih day of October, proximo. The Jud 'e of Piobnte 1 SOW 25.ZW 11,74 p-rs+tt. .. .. ... .... ..
V.'iiyles 110,316 lo .. ... ..... !
JESSE of said District id ----------- uiouutinj $iOt.tOO
CARTER. j boise
Car.Ht* of Bru1 1 i ll"ef Velvct.X JL B.iker, Judge .'f (lie Middle Circuit of Florida in i hereby coinaanded to make returns 4 Wogguu Spokes gartbnison&E J a
Set.4. | if said election In due ThVrcJOi IHJ.'t. {5, Quarter J2.W, Eljhtb $1.25. [ ..
of ?fcrt*. JlM.fO ; 6 horse -' a
F. ny fcciHj | I'eiftiiiifry, j Comb, being the sixth Uy of Dec.-mU-r next, at the Couit do. do. It; Ralve*......... ... ... T9.0 lJ.n.aed.7
'Lttit.nery. Bricklaying & Plastering.T huu in Tiihlaliassa, the following lands. bel.mgiii to In testimopy whercr.f. I bite hereto tot my do. dc. 2CQtinrter--------------- 8a..V) 6' t.ett.e: a a

S the Estate of Henry B. Bradford dceeaed. rT.ntiiin- kind a-id caused to be affixed the great seal da. do 26 LIjb'hs------------ U 73 A. this is 4imetl.ii new in Florida
( hope to
Ilsr.lware MO.] Cutlery, j Olas -wtre, HE UNDi-R5 0NED begs leave to ii.frrm tlio of the State of Florida. D we
ing eleven hundrmt aiid Un I r, -i >ne at the Capitol.
acre loss { liliorally C5at! and
liack! i.iih mole and the snrto'i'dinicnui | more or ) coin- I L J HAVANA TLAPJ. patrwti'zett. tf.t ip eiuxaY at
Crockery. (-itiznn ,,fJeicr"1 county ja the City of Tallaba-'see this 3rd
l mieing some of the most valuable cotton landm day cf Mr. KtLt/4 Carriage Shop n T.-tlah.t! ,.
Jron anil Nai.'r. j Oun, Iloliow-ware, j i in tie"above lite of buticu'' "" rnwonabl, let ma. county i By the Governor: M. S. PERRY, Tills l* the old mode of .Lrewseg-Prize. in ace a. BCUNEIDEIt Co.
I Ij Sontb } of 3 W i Sec. 31 Town. C R. \\Vhftl and Ticket J-.U 10. 1853. 28 'I.
GROCERIES j jor1 O.TAYLOR. .1. X and fc j jI Governor if Florida. in another.-Ettry Prut t$ __ .
SW B -- -
S j llflhtictll; Sept 13.1853.SSSm : j j"VTOTICK i-irS Attest : F. L. VsLtrncrr. Sce'y ofSUte. Drtias on NEW
QtrwTv km-1! and vanctr. All kinds of WINES -- ____ I V> k 6, Town.1, R. I 1 Sept., 1S58. S5-td tmtt rAVABtc ii mt. wTmocT tar czcreno CARRIAGE SHoP;

and LIQUOR :s hereby given that applicatJcO wi i..1 L i i j SWofSE J 4 j tT" Marianna Patriot, Ap.it.iehicola Advertiser Maryland State .Lottery. '['LIE uIaler.tgneo heIrs Ide's to IZLfOTJI tLci-ti-

Sadd err ( sIa. P-iint. Pre: Lead Pta'h. B.ngeing JLl 1 male to the i.cxt General A *eiubly ct" tIe 1' North i ..f N E 7, a u I Ii and Florida S ntbel, copy till ee-jtiH EXTAR CLASS 9, _J zuis t'TahsIa.! an I viudnlty. that he IlLs

n.l'Rftjn'. an- every thing ebuj usually od! ia thin hfute of lloiida ft-r a Clnrt 10 b-ild a Rail Ri-ai' I >ith! J '' ,'8, "U- Tol> drawn lit Ealumore,MiL,Saturday, Aug. Stbl iH2W opened ;a carria/e sl >p in this piae.j.1ng' ;

market from fone: poitt on the St. Johns river, at cr Dear a 1 63 Prizes 'Urekaw's Livery Stables
Always on Hand I 0,000 Ticket .
We Lope that thoce iii., wi iel. to buy what it HIV, Lake Han>ey. to Mine Jxja.t on lnc"lhii! River. I An'i..fV*'S J of S V }. of S-. 8. Town. 1. Ranf* 1,

GooJ and L'l tcp. will sire tie a call) aLa let us nl.ow Septemlier 18. 1658.Plantation. 35 3m ; X and L'y"'jj> East of Thonuttvilfo Road, ((70 sere \ LARdE STOCK OF GROCERIES'c' U'e would call particular attention t-> the following in the building fUmerly occupied by 3.-.L. Grocer

them our Cooes. We will a'k no ore to buy uuleHw snore or l Ieea.j 5I. Cutiaistiig Of- splendid scheme a package of 16 wliole ticket w here La h prepared to do all ainj of work5I Bs

can suil tt-iii In f-u.it sod price. &c for Sale. The above lands lie in I'1' immediate n'ljjhfji.rliood Bacon Sides costing only fSO-ami every other ticket being line, at the shortest Dotico'aad on thi atY',

\RUEI.L t TallahASSee extending fiY"a the ThoniasVille to Pork, warranted to drew 1 10. determined by the tuui-

&-pI.lg. 1858.S 33 & MAXWELL. I Of FEU for sale n-v PLANTATION, situated 18 the Meridian road and will be sof1! either in a body t Shoulder, Flour, her drawing the Capital Prize, uhethtr odd or I stch- i'caiiaebogzies
miles east fr< an Bauibridg cotitaitiing 600 acres Hams i even
K". D.-We are now receiving our Goods from the S of laud, ZOO under improvement There are also cpon or in separate tracts, a* may seem tries! agreeable to j kttzeiI cud wagon., apd all hndsofxepa1dug., A: -

Geo. T. Ward anti Gen. Bailey. the premise a good and convenient rimed dwelling pureha eis. and all other ai licit* pertaining to the ORcJCERY t The undereigued l is prepared to dv thIs kind, if
S _ house tIMSOne third cash the balance on a credit buxinew. K.NIGlIT&sHINE I'rtzeo----------$2A.J4)' 4 AppmxLmat'ato.tO0 work a* well sod ia the latest style, as<'it e4 b*
a good well of water, a gin house and I ionoo 4 UI
NEW GOODS I sc.ew.oegro and other out buildings suitabla for a of one, two and three years, the purchaser to give August J8,1853. 35 .......... aooiy I 'I 3, doneattbeIoth' + ?
note with approved security for the deferred I t.ooo a /II tb<*. who have this work
plantation of the above description. Also 803 btr-b pavtartiV -- -------- 'ti liodof ta do. and
-AT THK together with a mortgage on the lands, and to VALUABLECotton 1 --- ------ 2uoo 4 I 30 wish rt don 10 a rounder that will. ttl a4.t.giv.
els corn, cattle, higs. 2 mules, 1 yoke of oxen and I ;
a cart Also, a variety of house-bold and kitchen pay for Jitle deeds. I .... ...... 1,1)4) 5 U tO I atifartion, wet Id tivefl to call coBCH2DULB ,
Sf} 8TOft Persons desirous of purchasing will be shown the Plantation h UI I WL1UENS.
furniture. At the lime will be offered for Lire
same lands either by the undersigned .or Mr. Lawrence, .......... ttOO I .... .Titll IO.1S9.
6 negroe The aboTe property if not previously diV the tfc 0ri 3 6 ACRES inJISFFKHSOycO., FLA., 1 400I kS
overseer on prwni***
IN TALLAHASSEE! pos.d of will be sold at public vendue on the first TOGETHER ri/A 118 SLA VES THERKO.V ........ .. 400 8 OP-IEAIKS
Special 1 _., SOOs
-0--- Monday in January, 1859, at raid place. Any person 11. 1858. 37 KCLUmSG tARXIMt IJf. ------- tuof a oNT' -
LATEST STYLES FOR $ wifbiug to purchase the above, cun obtain necessary J'LEXEXTS, CROPS, STOCK 100 -------- ,, ieo ars-----------------
S iof rmation with the subscriber SP/XK) '- ,... 10 are .
> by ootnmunieMing seems FLOEOAJ
> Tallahassee Real Estate S 5 & ., FOR SALE. ---- -- ------ --- -- ----
FALL AND WINTER resident at the above pUnUtinn. Whole Ticket f 10, Halve* IS, Quarter 12.50 S
MARY C. STAFFOP.D. FOR SALE. nPH5 StlBSCRIBERS being anxious to effect a A Man.gevsCevti0eatrsa( Peksge$ TThoJej. abateJleram.

Decatur 18 185S. 85-tf JL divmWcrf their joint property located M above, wish to pay the onlr. win be sentf.ir . . .|su
Sept. IN pursuance of a decree of the Hon. J.. "V7a>Ies have coheludeu tu offer the same at sale.The do. da II Italy*. do.. . . 40
,- Judg&o.f the Hjd lla CircuU.o sFIoiidi, in private do. d** 14 Charter*, dow.... JO
SILKS contains ----
Atfl 'pELAINS', ; Notice. Chanc, nr sitting, wih1be sbld on t divided into t J tracts of
Valeiitiaa XVplin and Meriooea, Cloths and Clothing. weeks after date I shall apply to the JSoo- (the sixth day) of December next, at the Court-house the views of buyers.or > The lands ample are sce equal. according w value to .Msniger. hate beeu compaRed from tLt ouruerou (SUSIYAYS ZeIEMY
SOd Cbalb, Doro stic* nod Prints, FOUR complaints made to of
ia Tallahassee. Tows Lot No. 118. North addition them onathfuloea( !
of Probate of Jeffersoa cpMi'ty.for .a or to similar lands i in: that State. Besides the lands
Riblion and Trimoungs, Linseyj and Flannels ; on the of those who btivs 0fesffrne1tarIsitoatnd 8 .
of.TaUjdMfoee; being the lot oo which the Hethodint part been attending tol. *
der and decree for the sale of the fallowing land, belonging there are 113 tlaYei. and the usual quanlfty of mules \
Eiubioideriea & 11tteieq Blanket and KcrMya, filling of orders, to reavnD the vanish. ccnnMtirfjr Qh1shfrwitlt2tage for
,, Protestant Church is situated l. ebrreepoodeoee Jbninas
to the Estate c.f Mager Sntle*,, late of a .id hoyses, bogs, cattle, corn, {odder, tie. We invite TraxUr'i Hill
? -
:oal and Uautillas IlaU and pr and ia tbelr and C ntr Caps t a with
TERMS One-third own
ails the balance credit came.tSr
I : ,
county, deveased, to wit; the E i of the S W |. anti oo a rues!, for the tv'sO.e! property in gross, but w. will Stare for
Order TallateSM at-
BOOTS AND SHOES the W J of the S W L of Sea. 13 ; the W i of the of one, two aod three --year tb, pordtuer giving ell the lands hi such parcels a* buyers select "Tiak rt*from the Managers only. for !; TiajiDtIgjfJ Stag,
may and
Address letter M Middieltirgl at Stvk wftK ( .
N aiIm ia Town. 5 1 and E. notes with approved security for the deferre payments after viewimj them. The slaves R. FRANCE & Cj, Stage eriiiw.nanaville
arpets aaj Oil C'otLs' Iron and Sail, "Wi. bee. 30. Range would tx sold with OTJO$7j11. '
Cornices and Curtains,, PVoti and Oils, Also, LoU Xo. 1 and 2 iractiooal See. 25. and Lot together with a mortgage oo the property and tr wjthout Jhelands, ftl might be agreed oo ; but March P 1858. .Baltimore, Md. Ooal..2 sn-- -
title deed ..
Hardware and CutleryBajgfoj? end Rnp., No A of fractional SBC. 24. all in Township 3, Range to pay for j po'sefsi- cannot be given until the end cf this year, lftiy. i., tiirtifral -

Crocket v rtid OlaU-wVe. S .M add Fish, 4, If aol E,. Containing ia all 480 acres more or IMS.To UNIUS TAYLOR, Special Master. as the grow'u; cotton crop caooot bo secured till BOOK-BINDING. .1 SLattes. coil gxptt4
be sold to the debts of said Estate and for Peptll.lS58 87NOTICELands that time.Ia .
pay Stt ru'ers for
'GflOCEf S $D FRUIT. distribution. REBECCA 8URLES, Adt'x. for Sale. the absence ethic undersigned, E. C. Cabell. rpIIE IJJfD'EICSIONED IS, NOW i' Tuesday Wednesday Savaanahand iwIr&iJa Cliafle t.*vofl- Jl )d f

A general aMMlrurut of ih abort article now com. Sept 18, 1853. 33-4 vrNotice who will Saturn from Europe on or before the first IpREP'AREDWITnTOOLS I ,: -- -- k 'ec-wi
log iota Store, and vSvriag*i rpHE subscriber wilLe lt cne half or tll her landiJL I December next, and em"then be Ci.'mninnicated with Mn ci7 :MATERIALS May |. IgM.- 18 Sap'L

LOWEST CASH PRICES! S in Calhoun 0011w!!. They extend from Long at Tallahas8 e Florida, appticatioc may be made S S

,, Cane down tbe. river below the bend etf Adorn Hlutf.coutaiuing to his brother, H. C. CaWI. Esq, or Messes, GodJeu FOR BOOK' BINDING ETotice.itUaft -

FOR CASH -OB, i : IS hereby given ttttIiasubiber< Widow of K.G. 1.Oacrvsrnore or lew) among which d Appewno.Ttil Richmond Va. in all iu brnncbevanj -

tCS Feuncll, IJ1 le''oT JefftFix-a cuuntj, deceased lauds is the very jully celet atetl BtckwitU'"Pla I *Pmnn.os disposed to pntthase eitbet the lauds CT citizens of TlUl olwita the patronage of tL. $ -

COUNTRH S w4U.uc w.*k,after tint thereof? apple to the.lion where' he cleared over $3.O .m afioai IS acres 'of 'Iaescao xamin them by calling on Mr. G. F. Shop is m the BnHr t office; afiJiwrc iB ling Jwitry. HI I..) tier the

: --;' "- 5; Au Ja gtt'f fVA U*f*ald eeuflt''b' pctitioo for dew, laod. AUo- oiD likely jouiig NEOROES can be | Morris. the Malisgr-t cf Ibis 'estate,, who will take Call, lb. Episcopal i1tthtfk'up7ed bv Dr., s'CUaT.Jt4ia 1af.f ref.frreu.mtywilb -
: eriaj&, EUti frf Thy"d **fled batbamiacriirdlag to S bougbtw'itbth.epi&ce. vi I pleasure iu showing theta.} and Trill cire any further tieal Biitr'rr ami (ft.s! ] that Cbw'ph. Hf a pro/ i pt..nt
law. V -* u'.iTEar ELL. Tor leraia, _jkdJreM DZtLOTtaLLonF Cot,*>| inforruaUoD his E C. sure he can do work swell rouckm to U* Jtlp of FrtWt-Vof MfilWnr.
power CABELL
and tad
a* cheap i it b .
GoRaW.eorr. I I8fpt. ai can done *ls wfi ask for dJicJj
; melds; :5- 5 .A.M-LOTT H. 0. CABELL. I a rpe.

R..nt'jt 3,. "* ** Mf J* 'K StSptIi5liu33sw' 11.! (SsS. 3T-4t 5-pMl 1J? 57-ftn? Jute 17. 1853. CHARLES FINDEHEy. LA UBIXDA1L RHODE. A-Jrcfr

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The':Fleridian,& JournalI THROUGH IN 48 S-HOIFES. Oglethorpe .Medical Col., Family oel. WILL1AM.P, BLUB8EB, 'Thsolvent.EatateIotjce.STATE J .

: TAMES JONES &,:HA3. E. DYKE n'HE focrfh Annual Session of this College will A RX receiving from vessels I port a small aod OF c.pzzTzAieD; ; Sun UU: ., & Sheriff and AdtsMMiraWez6fficioofUte ;

At DOUAM< ifc nlt.1cSri.D. .* JL conumoce tw,Monday, the 18tb October, and o jCJL'exteoei1'uupll of GROCERIES including I.ojf .\Y iWk. WHOimtH .l rb RKTAIL B S ofjoos) *tt.lau
f.1io ; Eto
pt r a
_H-. mt 4' / routines ontU the first week In Jfifch. Coffee.Sugar, Lard,ie.Pale Brandy and Wine.. DIAi.kz m h.Al..F.-a'c\riA b flPANXeItD of J.&r county has filed the Probate -
AiBTd1ztb. Preliminary Lecture will be delivered from tbe Also Oils,faints Ac. effice Jefferson .writtr
rrItMJ OF : W county a
:? r 1 1\1 I LTo 11 a CHATTAJlOOCIlEt 4th October, until the commencement of the Annual AW.atoye Us belTeVts the Estate ef Jvea B .Seott lIIIfteat.iota'that
Oft.ll1UntJ fuiclei first instrtioe, $1 00' -ALSOA -- De:d'-4aartNP to be
", M eb'Jub..qa.t N % .r.60 U.' 'S. Mail Line large and Gentlemen's S imobenl\ _
eom'ple'te\toeaVtadies Parlor
These Lectures are fin to all SCnd'AI.FACULTY SPLENDID orteeteekiug, Therefore notice i
: tYofesttooal BusfcVes*Cards tneerted at$10 per and Children's Shoes, Boots and Bootees. Also a t'i- A: and Wood Stoves,tnmm d.w.t.L aeatoeMj. given to person Raring
claim said
p & nora.Adrervsemsais.-, doxxiJL-VV IsJLy; : let stock of Dry Goods comprising in part, Lady's against Estate' to appear sod file the
and durability,at prices.Out teas
net marked with the number ofp H L BYRD A M. M D-Prof. of the Pimples Dress Goods Prints Linens, plain and drilled, with the Ja&t of Probate of said eoonty. nor .
Jft&on \1'\-rk.
rjkb! ,costumed twtil forbid, and cbargec Leans Tuesdays and Friday's of 10 and Practice of Medieine. BteJfCtredlnd Brown Dsmeeties. Osnaburgs, Yarns Door before the llth )gay January next, when there
i .:*. t .. o'clock a. m. HOLMES STEELE M D-Prof ef Obstetricsand de..k.AL80- Roofing.Ornamental Front Bead,Guttering Cop will be a pro-rata cGlfribotiea of the rtu1 kdohgwg

ar tt4tp@b&at of leg*! or estate Leaves ChaUahoochee Tuesdays and Smur.day' Diseases of Women and Children.A A small but good assortment of Hats,Cape.Clothing per and Tin Conducting Pipe,Sheet Lead Sheet to said Estate. asooog>t the melton t&ertet at

: .. Motion will I uwt be,given notil the advertising flf i* after the arrival of the Sleamer from W GRlGGS, M D.-Prof of the Principles and Shirt, Collars Neck Ties.Ac, $?; together Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pump. Shop work his which final time the said B5 W.Edwards wifl apply fcj
Practice of short notice. discharge from the adnunistratioa
t S ; ., ', Apal chicola and the &agefrum Tallahassee V H TALIAFERRO.Surgery. M D-Prof of MaterU MaJ-- with a general assortment of all other article usually of every variety done at Estate. THOMAS CHACE.ef.said

Plan Bainbridge, Ga., ica and Medical Jurisprudence.F x ,antedSUCll S city and Country Merchants Judge Probate.

i I _AC1IITHING! IN GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK I F COLZEV. D-Prof.of Physiology and General AS-- -- --* VespectJully.invited to give m. a call hefoe purchasing July T. 185*. 2t&nlotice.

t. 0 THIS LINE is now in first-rate order. Tbe whole Pathology.H Iron, Hoes Spades, Shovels, Plow, Straw Cutters eJ *h..., \ *
J. baa been renewed. with new and comfor- BLAIR, M D-Piof.of Special and General Com Shelters Shelf Hardware Crockery, and Up N.B. All articles manufactued from the very .
U hereby given that able Hacks. The Drivers careful sober and Anatomy.B best material and warranted durable. No other
are socoromodatiag. Furniture. Also-Flour, Pork, Bacon Sugar months after date. I shall
3Ii1\.TonCE I &IX111UJfG continued hereto-Brai-j A liberal allowance of baggage allowed L JONES, A B, M D=-ProT. & CLemtsty and Molasses Lard, Corn Salt, and le will be offered for sale. SIX & and vouchers to the Hon.present Judge ray.r Sn Pre.:,

fore at Ut. OLD STAXD ef B. 0.as WILO, inBftme i'ha to each passenger. Pharmacy.W T FEAT, M D-Emoritas Prof of Chemistry Liquors always oo band, and replenttbedbyeachsrrlvalfromn October 21,1865. 42 bate of Jefferson county a* administrator "de bootsDon"
and firm of of the Estate of Julia L. Lofton late .( satd
AGENTS: CHARGES: New Orleans, to meet Wlies Syrips, &e.
county, deceased and ask far a discharge from said
:H. B. Fitts & Go. At Milton, .- JAS. A.Csurrtw Fee for the full Course.......1105 the wants of theirCUSTOMERS OLD Otard Brandy, Sparkling Oid., adminUtrstioB. GEO.BLACKBURN,
L : Genera Ala W. D. MoiiaoK Port Old Port Juice.
I Demonstrator. .. .... 10 AdmtV. boaie aoe'
t Oratefal for the patronage heretofore extended them Campbeltoo, J. W.SMITH, Matrttfnlatfoo. (paid once). 5 AND FOX SALE AT FAIE PUCK Madeira, Brandy Cherries. April 10. 1853. 16a
they are now better prepared, and deterraiaed to Mariana .- W.NICHOLS City Hospital l (optioaary.1.t .6 Newport April U, 1858. 17 Sherry, Sardine '

Cbattahoochee D. COLMK. Diploma .. .. ._....... 30 Sparkling Gelatins, Preserved Q.ioeu.FlaYoriug .Nofi '
,SPARE XO PIllS Passengers can be tam through with certainty Extracts, Plan.t' <

their to ceommedvt all who favor lecoiity, and with comfort. Students may take the ticketsof one or more oft1 DENTISTRY.DR. eat PowJ.n, thhThdi, CIX month after date, I 411, present my fin*::
n Courses and
part may e One student
GEO.D.FISHER Prop'r.and Con'r.June |ay proportionately. J account and Voucher to the Hoe.Judge ef''.
them whb tb 5r patronage, 12. 1868. UlIPLANTERS" will be received from each Congressional District in T. J. CpR LEE, Corn Spanish Starch OliYe" Pickles Spices.. bate t.k JeBcrson couhVy. as administrator with the
the State, free of heretofore.The .
SUCH AB Dissecting charges Rooms will as be the WILL continue i in future, the prac- Worcestershire Ssuii, Salad Oil, Will annexed of the Estate Jefferson B. Ellis late
: opened upon DENTISTRY, io South of said county deceased, aDd ask for d
Horse ,SJioeing, Ironing and Repairing HOTEL organization of the Class and kept well suppliedwith 4 Eagli.lIMUItard. Caper., a lcLaI'l.rem
: If ,Carriagt* and Bug ( \ good material during the session. Tbe daily Georgia, and Middle sod East Florida.He Claret Cocoa, said o.JAMES
: has bad several practical experience io the S. WALKER
3 git Plantation.vri of \ y cliniqne at the College will be opened on the 4th of profession the last three years of which bas been in those 5 1866.Ilvenrand. AXES A LIVlL Admfr.with the Will annexed.,
Tallahassee Fla. ffifaTHE October, and i. free to tbe Class. January ,
every destription, Tbe.City Hospital sections of country. His work is of tbe meet beautiful March IS. 1838. ll-Cm
Ticket will be famished the
Mill,Iron* and repairing tame, Ironing Wagons SUBSCRIBER wottld retpeclfully inform to stab Toll course Stndebta by as Faculty may desire free it.of charge and durable character and satisfaction is guaranteed Sale Stable.

and Cart, friends and tbe public generally, that tbe Thus offering to them in addition to the instructions in communications every instanceAll Id Hooticello Fla will Notice.SIX .
And In fact every other diseription of work made of above well-known HOTEL will be opened on the of their own professors, all the advantages rriHE undersigned gives oe- the date
moo after I shall fIt!
Iron and Steel,all of which we WA&EAHT,and pledge second day of August next. He invites the attention which the physicians of that institution are capableof receive attention U soon as previous engagementswill : JL lice that he baa purchased : anti voucher to the Hoo present Judge my.f Prd
permit. the Stable of_ _
.. '. to extents at the shortest notice. of the public to its affording. Livery bate Jefferson
,.:. H. B. FITTS A CO. It has been stated that school is William H.N ewsom,in Tallahassee together with the county a. administratrix of the estate
our reo
Facilities for their Accommodation.It of Francis B.StewwrtL\te of said deceased .
will of the establishment, and that be is now county,
'.\.', JUS. -ly being in tbe immediate vicinity of the most desirable trograding but we think the following statement I REFERENCE' : prepared to carry on the business in all its branches, and ask for a discharge from said adrninU
business portion of the city presents quite to settle that question: The number GioV. M.S. Pzaat Florida. and promises the public with good accommodationsin tration. ELSIE STEWART Admtr'i
of matriculations in the
; Ogletnorpe Medical College
J.i. Mare0, 858. <
SUPERIOR YOIf. SzrAb, t Ms line oa reasonable terms. m
for the
11 Collegiate 1857-8 37 and 11 ,
year was graduates
to the traveler of business or pleasure, and is unsurpassed ; whiie thA respective numbers for tbe same HON. W.S. DiLwoarn t Notice.SIX
in all its appointments for the enjoyment of period in lb% Savannah Medical College, were abo t Ru. W. Eo HAMILTON, f.Uo' FI a.Hol' S p. 6,1858 36 .

EASE AND COMFORT do THE LUXURY OF l' and tJ.Good .J.O.McGax", l month after date I shall present my final
Board can be protnred In the city at from CeL.D. C.Port, f MaWIOD, his FULTON FOUNDRY, '> and vouchers as administrator GOOD LIVING.
13 50 to $5 per week. GEl M. WHIT SMITH, Alligator Fla. Dauson Bootwright deceased to the Hon.
(Kr HIS TERMS are MODERATE. co For further information, call upon, or address, April 25/57. 17 TalJ.ahassee, F1a. Judge of Probite of Leon county, aDd .k.or a cil-

H. L BYRD, M. D. Dean, UNDERSIGNED beg lean to inform the charge. B.J.BOOTWRIGHT, .dmt"r.Ma .
C. HOWARD FISHER. No. 86 Brongbton St, opposite the Marshall House. THE that they hare associated themselves in b 20, 1858. 12-4m

July SI, 1858. Sl-tf : August 14, 1868. 83 To the Ladies business, under tile name and style of

MEW STORE-NEW GOODS. 1" fft. E. DAVIS returns her thanks to the Cardy, Baya & Co., Notice.SIX .
II University of Louisiana _i1I Ladies of Tallahassee and the surrounding '
Month. after shall
date present to tie He
t liberal heretofore be- for the of following the trade Founders and
J-'l\ WEBER for the
& DANNHEIMEE, MEDICAL country very patronage purpose of Probate in and for tbe county of Mad-
DEPARTMENT. stowed and begs leave to inform them that she has Machinists,and are prepared to execute all kinds of
Ames Lively I MERCHANT TAILORS hand and welt selected assortment of work .sppertainmg is business. Steam Engines ison. my final account and vouchers as administrator
& Annual now on a large of and
Course of Lectures in this Depart. tbe Estate of Richard Hsrrisoo. deceased
AND DIALXKS IN THE FANCY GOODS for the.priog.bkb she will kU furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction. .
TTAVE received the and well will commence on Monday. November shall then apply for a final discharge from said administration.
jutt following, large the most reasonable terms. Sugar Mill. and Castings of all kinds made with
15lb, 1858 and will terminate in the upon L M.HARRISON Adsafx.
IJL electfd assortment of BRUSHES, which are READ Y-VAPE CLOTHING ensuing March. 10. 1858. 15CoPartnemhip neatness and dispatch. Plans and estimates furnished ,
JAMES JONES M D Professor of Practice April 8 18 8.
Med 19m
May ,
ffhred for ale oo as reasonable terms as On be af- AND of all kinds of Machinery and Engineering. They

folded io any Southern Market m: GENTlEMENS' FURNISHING GOODS. icine. Notice. are also sole agents for Hoard A Sons Steam Enginesfor
Taint Brushes, ground (sam 0 to 000000 J L RIDDELL, if 0. Prof Chemistry- Ginning Cwttoo. Grinding and Sawing and liar.riseS's Notice.
do do do Copperbound from No. 1 to 6, WARREN STONE M D, Prof of Surgery1. THE undersigned have Ibis day formed a co-part- Grist Mills for steam or horse power. tiDal
r! Wbito Wash Brushes, of all grades and sizes, THE SUBSCRIBERS are now OpeDiar. at. A H CENAS. M D. Prof.of Obstetric .hir, under the name and style of JOSEPH CARDY, SIX mooth. after date I shall present my
Store A and
next to Messrs.G. J. Meginniss 11 G A NOTT M D. Prof Materia Medic vouchers the Honorable Judge of,
Window do flore do WILLIAM BAYA
4 well selected Stock of SPRING aud d3 Gorzn.an. for Jefferson
a T G My-oi Probate county as administrator ex
Sfioedo in pairs aDd with Up knob.8a RICHARDSON M D Prof of Anatomy. JOHN GARDY.
SUMMER suitable officio of the Estate Nathaniel
Root Bath Brushes GOODS THOMAS HUNT, M D, Prof of Physiology and and will CoriUhoe the business in all its branches at May 30,'67. 52-ly and ask for a discharge from said adnvniatmtton.Folsom deceased/
b do Velvet do WEAR, Patboro '. the Old Stand of Towle A Myers, where they intend
nOrM Uir Flesh do eurved and plaio, consisting in part of French and English Cloths Css- S E CHAILLE M D. ) keeping a full assortment of all articles appertaining ATNAINSURANCE WM.ANDREWS, late Sheriff andAdmt'r.

Tooth, Hair and Jail Brushes in great nri"l.Inf.lr. .imeres and restings of the latest style and best qual. W C NICHOLS,M D| f Demooatraton or Anatomy.Tbe to their Drench of business, and hope by constant attention .ex offisio.
lo do ity, which they are prepared to make up to order in Rooms for Dissecting will be open on the second to merit the patronage heretofore extendedto CONPA1IY May 1, 1858. 18-m

Mores do Flesh lores, a workman like and fasniouable manner and 011 RIABOXABLK Monday in November. the late firm. -S

Wire fecund. Stencil Brushes TIRMS. Also, a good assortment of The Faculty are Visiting Physicians and Surgeons SELIM W. MYERS. Of HARTFORD. Notice.SIX .

do I do narking do READY-MADE CLOTHON. of the Charity Hospital. S R. B. GORMAN. II months after date jsjrull present my final ae

Ijon bouod Roof doHa consisting ofFice Black and Colored Cloth Frock The StudtenU accompany the Professors in their TallabM8 e.January, [16] 1868. 3tfNEW' Interpolated in.1S19.Charter Perpetual. and vouchers to toe Hoo.Judge Probate

.41* Scr.ib do Coals, Fancy Cassimere, Business Coats, Black and visits, and free of expense, enjoy extraordinary practical --0-- for Jefferson Bounty, as administrator of the Estate

?"uh and Lackering do Colored Raglans and Our Coats, Black and Fancy advantages. BOOKS. CASH CAPITA .,-91,000,000. of John R. BUckledge,late of said county, deceased
the Lectures will be delivered
&adder* tips aud Graining Combs Doeskin and Cassimere ,Pants, Figured Grenadineand Preliminary Course and ask for a discharge from said knhiistratiou.S .
Oarail's: Hair and Badgers Blenders, Faacy Silk and Cassinvre \ *t. daily io the Amphitheatre of the Hospital,from JUST RECEIVED A'fliI1 INSURE AGAINST LOSS AND DAMAGE BY TIRE, THOS.O. ODER, Admt'r

do do Pencils, -ALSO- the first of October. on Clinical Medicine and Surgery NtitV BbORS & NOVELS-! OS TEEMS ADAPTED TO THE HAZARD, May 15, 1858. 20Notice.- m
and other without to Student
subjects, any charge ,
Buffalo and
Sharing Bnllbea-Badger. Bristle AND cxftsisTENT WITH THE LAWS
A good assortment of black and fancy silk cravats
Hat do *. THOMAS HUNT, M. D, Dean. DORE-A Stroller in Europe;
and ties, shirts merino silk and cotton under shirts Administrators OF COMPENSATION.B. .
Toother with a large lot of Paints and Paiaters Ma. Tbe bf the Charity Hospital elect EL GRINGO-Travels iu Mexico.
terials.KOT. collars socks, glores, Ac. annually, in April, fourteen Resident Students, who DR. KANE'S Arctic Expedition; C. LEWIS, Agent, NOTICE in hereby given that six months after

U, 1887. 47 The subscribers are new beginners and not entirely are maintained by the institution. MEMOIR of S.S.Prentiss,Speeches,Ac.; For Tallahasse and yieinit 1. application will be made by the subscribers -
I unknown to the community, and they pledge August 21. 1868. 34 THE DAYS of my life-A ,novel by the August 15. 1857. 33 to tbe Hoo Judge of Probate .( Lea county
t themselves to gin satisfaction to all who may favor for administrator and adminis
author of Margaret and Zaidee ; : a final discharge
United States Mail LineNEW them with their patr wig WAKULLA IRON WORKS ISABELLA novel; THe Original Extra Quality I tratrix of the.Estate of John Tatnm deceased.

-raox- J. WEBER, ARTISTS WIFE-A novel; I JOHN R.LLOYD. Ad a'r.


1. ISJif. 18 by Siennas; Ac.A*. PREPARED> expressly for Puddings Ice Cream May 29, 1858. U- m

-Al'D- This Establishment is Bow Under Fnll Blast. S_ McDOUGALL A HOBBY Mange Custards. Pies Porriges,

INTERMEDIATE FRORIDA PORTS, NEW GOODS. ._- --...---- I July 4.'51. 27Burning 4c. Received fresh by AMES & LIVELY. Notice.O .
O0KXKCTE WITH THX Oet. 1. 1167. 42
IX months after date shall present final ne-
the death of Mr. Mr. Ore. _. KING my
STEAMER ISABEL SINCE Pond Fluid count and vouchers to the lion. Judge of Pro-
JOHN PRATOBIOTJS charge; all communications, therefore Florida bate Jefferson administrator ex-ofiicia
tOt aULVAHA AXe OU&LIITOV AT HT WIST. relative to work Ac, should be addressed to him. & SUPERIOR QUALITY,just received and Reports. of county as .
OF of the Estate Elisba Wade,late of said deceased
.,0 .. MERCHANT TAtLOR, All work coming Under the head of this business < sale by AMES A LIVELY. /COMPLETE in C rolnmes.J and ask for a discharge from said administra county

THE SOUTHERN I Dealer 1 U Ready Made Clothing aidGentlemen's will be promptly, mechanically and neatly executedat January 81, 185'1. 6 \ McDOUGALL A HOBBY. tion. WM.H.ANDREWS, late sheriff and
as moderate a charge as price of labor, Ac, will Sept. 6, 1867 30Blacksmith administrator ex,ofScio.
Steamship Company Fnrnlshlng Goods.I justify. P. B. BrtOKAW'S.
June 5, 1858. 23- m
---- This Establishment is not kept up for the purpose and .

or KETT BMHHl ORLEANS am nom receiving my Fall and Winter supply making money, (strange to say) as dear bought LillY lID SILl ST11IIS it Notice.O
T"j A.VING taken the mail eootract for above ports, experience bat demoaetrated to me,i it cannot be done Horn Shotiny Ettablitkment. .
t J. u ill riM two first class Sea Steamers regularly! of Cloths, Cassimeret) Yetinggt JtfC, oj in this region at this branch of business-but for the TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform the IX months after date. I shall present my final

twice a month meeting in the Spanish Hole on th. Every Color Style and Quality benefit ofthe unfortunate, who happen to have Engines Proprietor would in- THE ofTallabawee and vicinity tha HENRY account aadJvoocheri to the Hon. Judge of Pro

i5ta and 29th,and leaving the same evening. and such like, to repair. :THE bis friends and the HICKS will carry on tbeBLACKSMITH bate of Leon county, as administrator of the Estate

TJE"BTEAMER' SPRAY* which I am prepared to make up in the most The Fattens, Stock, J/ifcAtWry, Tool, die., Sri'ag ,that he baa rebuilt hiearge _ of Richard Began late of said county deceased and

Till leaveNew Port in tbe morning and St. Marks fashionable styLe, on short notice Lartjt; ill Ordtf tthd Good Cottditfon- Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is now BUSINESSin ask for a discharge from said administration.
terminus on the arrival of tbe Cars from Tallahassee Job can bf Turned Out with pYebnr d to accommodate bis friends'and customerslie all its various branches,and is prepared toexlcuta E.G.IUSSETr, Admfr.June .
taking mail passengers baggage and freight to and AND REASONABLE TERMS A'eatneii and DitpaUk also has alt&cUed to his Stables,a good Blacksmith all orders with neatness and dttpattb. His work 28, IMS. 2ft-m

from the Steamer,and returning iu season for tbe afternoon -ALSO. Shafting, PuHies Plumber Boxes, Hangings for Shop.where he will have have done all kinds of will be warranted to be eaual to that tjf any other

.train. A LABliE AXD "JILL StiLKCTED STOCK OF SnafUogs. Spur Gearing Water and Steam Pipe Plantation work.Horse shoeing,and Carriage work in Blacksmith here or elsewhere, abd will guarantee Notice.SIX .

The traTelling public caa now rest assnred that this READY-MADE CLOTHING, Stop C.k ,Gauge Cocks, Grate Bars,Plow Castings tbe very best manner and with promptness and die- satisfaction in every JtiB. months after the first publication of this no-

I long desired and frequently attempted communication of suitable for winter Sugar Rollers,Circular' and Upright Saw Mill and patch.November. HORSE SHOEING, Repairing and Ironingall : the undersigned, administrator of tbe Estate
to and from the above ports is in such baud. a Consisting every garment OuatsVeti wear, Grist Mill Gearing, Circular and Upright Saws, A&, 5, lS53. 44 0 Vehicles, plantation work and all other ef Jobs Bdrgdorfi deceased late of Leo. eotra-
inch Cloaks Talmas tc
to rant and success. aa Pants ,. branched appertaining to his business will hie final the ef Probate
I wai account to Judge -
permanency Ae Ac, Generally kept on Hand or got on Short ty. present
of low up
which will be at
I Passengers baring stare! srfrants mull see to disposed lot of Plain and prices. Notice. In Fact Here it the Place for all that Want Carriages, Buggies, and Ila.theas1 will H&feiVd careful and prompt attention. of Leon county and ask to be discharged.
I them at the Custom House, before going oa Also a large Fancy Shirts Collars IL IL BERRY, REICRERT Admtfr.
clearing Done JOHN P.
ic Work in this Line up Right and with Dispatch. Brokawt
Undershirts. Stocks Hosiery :
CraVats. For Sale by F. B. ,
board. Feb. U. 18 8. ieDt.CIGARS 18S8.
1 t !2-
Those tborongh out-fit will consult their Having some halt a dozen fEogines myself constantly May m
desiring a
1ST Also look after your Baggage yourself interests call all the above running,caused the Establishment to be erected- THE Subscriber just received a -A LARGE lot just re
own by giving me a as articles -
i'or further particulars, Apply to : large supply of Carriages,
bare been selected with great care aid with a the fame cause must keep it np Therefore you can eeired by Notice.
j DANIEL LADD, Agent. special.iew to their adaptatioa to this market. always rely on having work done at the Buggies, and Harness,which be offer MoDOUGALL & HOBBY. Month after the publication of this no
lkw r. Fla. July fl. 186'1. 8 forsale oo tbe most reasonable. terms. March 12 SIX
.. October 18. 1856. ly-42 WAKULLA IRON WORKS. November 18, 18H. 48 21.57 the undersigned administrator of the Estate
Antonio Botolo deceased late of Leon
Savannah Medical College. county
II New Maps of Florida will present hit final account aDd vouchers to the
E with Annual Course of Lectures 10.6Ii.utoD A. B. CLARKEIs Plantation for Sale
f-ru iajihis and be di.charged. .
L coofmeoce But Here Comet the Next Important ThingMYPAYPAYi Judge of Probate of laid county ask to
t : will on the first JKloday in PUBLISHED BY
R. : Adint'r.June .
18th November of October.next. The Preliminary Lectures on the Goods now receiving suitable lorlMttM his Fall and Winter Stock of ! O CtTUATED twenty four In mile Colombia South etttiotv.of Alligator.. State of It Flbrida consists C. JaeiMnrilie, Florida, 19, 1858.' !6Notice.m A._SHUn

of four hundred acre of fine Marl and Clay Land.- and with Railroads and Town-
FACULTY : You will send to New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore LARGE
WLEAIf the a
There are all necessary Buildings on plate; great For sale by .

T. -AU5rpLI>, M D-Professor Theory aud Practice consisting in part of French and English Cloths,Can-! dreaming, and of have credit work but done here at without home where for a there moment are many other improvements hate*been made,and a pert McDOUGAL A HOBBY. QIX:! .Month*from the first publication this .otic*.
of Medicine. meres and Vestings of all colors and of the best qua! of the land now in cultivation. Constant Water on Feb. 6, 1868. 6White O the undersigned will exhibit his final account
P Jl KpLLOCK, M D-Prof of Obstetrics and ty, which he is prepared to manufacture to order on no Banks or Banking facilities or surplus capital, you the Land for man and beast. Good titles will be and vouchers as administrator of tbe Estate of John
want 1, 2. >. 4 and 6 credit and then requireone
Diseases of Woman and Children.W years There is also a Tract ol gttod Hamteock adjoining
in the
the moet reasonable terms and the most given. Lead. W.Argyle,deceased late of Leon county to
to ride from 50 to 600 miles for and
O BULLOCH, M D-Prof. Principles and pay the same which can be purchased: A By one Honorable Probate of said and ask
Practice of Surgery. FASHIONABLE MANNER, ultimately expend from 10 to 25 per cent of wishing to settle in this Cpdotf, would do well to TJURE Extra and No., ground in Pure ted to be Jade county

I J G HOWARD. M D-Prof. of Anatomy. Together with a general assortment of ataontjt In collecting 1 II this right Is this" e&ctmr- give me a call,'as I will give a bargain b my place. JD I OiL just received,and for sale by d1Icbargid.D..a LEWIS Admfr.

t JURIAd HARRISS M D-Pruf.of Physiology.J READY-: DE CLOTHING, aging Home Industry thrive I If so, can yov be surprised Any information can be given, by addressing me at .J d LIVELY. May 25, 1858. tl- m

J ieal READ. M D-Pro. [ Materia Medica aud MeU-I that will compare favorably with any stock of Clot fa. that Arrangements it doe. not must t be made for payment before Tostennggee, P.0, Columbia county East FloridaC.H.W.COLLIN5- April 3, 1858. 1 S .

Jurisprudence.NAPRATT.MD .: lug ever exhibited for sale in this city,consisting of Of House id this Notice.
-Prof of Medical and Pburraacenticxl delivery work. through some place, June 19, f 868. 22)) Cod LiveiOil.. .
: Fine Black and Colored Cloth aod Frock Coats St.Marks,or Tallabaftee".that is far enough from month from the first publication of this notice
Obetaistry. Cassimere and Bearer Frock and Business A.PURE osUbraUdBrands" H SIX
Fancy J
'JOS J WEST. M D-Adjunct Prof of Anatomy home. MILES NASH & CO. F1EJ 0 1 uod oedExteaWxoftbe last Will
JAS :g GODFREY M Demonstrator of Anatomy. Coats, Yon may be good, but we cannot run after our gao Clark A c Rabt'.. testament Daniel L.toad, deceased,late of LeoaC
Black and colored Cloth, Bearer and Pilot Orer- hard earnings in this Department. Besides when -Dealers in Drugs, Medicines. &c. by A LOTL,Y county will pment her final account to the Judge
Sack Snrtonts, Labor is credited out,parties try bard to make them- April .185 14 of Probate 01 said county sod ask to be dbargtct
Daring theesaioo of Lectures at the SarsnnahHedieal
Raglan's Black and Fancy Doeskin and Cassimere sel/es believe it is not halt done, because they owe JUST received from New York per bark R.H.Gsm- SUSANNAH HOUCZ. .
Clinical Instruction be Whit
College win gireotwia Zinc
PanU.Best forik a general assortment of articles in outline, ,
Pe July 1818 t'l
1. m
weckaflhe Sarannah Hospital only b! Grenadine Barathea Satin and Cloth Vests DANIEL LADD. such as GUi of iderott ettfy kind Burning Flufo ( prepared LINSEED Oil.) _
of Uw of the Saraanab Medical
touBbers Faculty Fancy Velvet,Cassimere,Silk and Cashmere do, White Lead, Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of
; optm large number and VarIety of disea- ; Wbfte Sflk d& New Pot Joty ii, 1867. 28 best Quality Putty,Brushes,Potash Soda Sparkling TTTE bare just received A Ire supply of this new Notice

'e;both tnedtexl aSd surgical Gents'Shawl', Dressing Rob ., rID* Shirts, Silk, Gelatin,London Mustard French Brandy(very best,) V Y and beautiful White, from the.manufactory creditors,legatees and persons entitled (.
An Obstetrical Ward it also well fitted tip to I Cotton and Merino Under'shirts, Florida Railroad.mi..t medicinal purpose. Spice Pepper Lemon Syrup ,and offer it t the pol with most pet ALL of aod lathe Estate of Theodore

which students mar bate access, accompanied by Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers.ALSO :' 11: :" laks Quinine. Peruvian Bark.Fluid Extract Bochu, confidence, as poaseesipg qutie TnrnboU,late*f Jeflersoo eouny deeeaeed are bere-
the Professor of this' branch in.our Institution. The JW 'J A& Ac, and a general assortment of Popular Patent der a paint &ol mtirwt, vis ieompbl. by notified to present their chime aDd deoaade to.Wfllkm .

dissecting rooms wfll be open&the commencementof a meeting 'of the Board of Directors' of be Medicine We keep notfe but the tefy best and brilliancy of Ort from tH Bodd my agent at Jfeoticello,duly authenticated -
the sesssien, ADd remain so until the close of the A assortment of and Black Silk and AT iiU of tbe workmen, this
general Fancy Florida Railroad Company, held at Feroaodinaoo hope to merit your patronage -*ttr o within the time preeeribed by law or .
lecture Satin Stocks.-Tks aad Cravat Collars colored and the 7th day November, A.D 1857, the following MILES NASH CO. inmates of n.wl.painted apartments-its durability notice will be plead fa bar of their recovery} aDd all
Tin eoodhion srbick',cttxopaoJM the bountiful white Kid and Silk Gloves Buck and Lisle Threaddo. resolution was adopted: March Jl, 1859 18 in the mt I tot and ha great superiority persons indebted to the laid Estate ate requested to

Uooatioo of Ufe Jut Legitlature to the Sanonh Ladies Gauntlets superior Linen, Cambric and WHxaxis, The work oo the Florida Railroad having to Wkitt Ltad'm various uses to which mkelmm.dlitoiaysaant to tny aetf .y 'rf. who

Medical Ooflege'W111 be moat artily omplied WIth Silk Handkerchiefs,Brow. aDd Fancy Cotton Lisle i advanced to a eooditkxf which bring it Into useful Gold Pens.AFRESH the latter b heretofore been applied. '0 sale by M fairy anUwtwed to settle tbeeaJdErtato eeord3 g'
by UM Faculty via: that one beneficiary from each Thread and Marino } HOle Ac, Ac. CALL AHD connexion with the bosueta of the Interior and ,AMES & LIVELY. to law. CAROLINE A. TURSBULL. -

00II gre slocal District of&be State shall receive f BTTYi' the practicability of a successful prosecution of it to supply just received and for tale by April a 1888. U Jdy II, 1811. Iir '
gratutouadiMatMMiinthMlnstitatiaa.lor Appr.calioae _
Octoberll8U. 4! MYERS. A GORMAN.
the end the
sack poeibaa sbonld b. made to the Dean"vn or being reeraably demonstrated Company Hay M. 1888. tl Jobs Cromartie, the Estate of
before the first of October' -accompanied with which bas thus fir conducted the enterprise eobsider : Q Adltt o Notice.
A CARD. Franklin .
good reeommeDdatiam at to moral character. that a point ha' been reached where they may hope GARDEN SEEDS! C c .o&L iftat lbs ltd pa8oo ofttfc oc-
,Demonstrator* Ticket..- ..| 10 TT7E: bar understood from a reliable sooroe that to be met by the confidence and co-operatioo of the W. Luther Cromartie S S &ioI tao indsIcccd aJstor cfdi.Ettata
Janes ,
T T our temporary absence from the State has planter and merchants of the interior: &ROWTH OF 1857. Ce. CaU
Matrieoklioo Ticket (paid eoee) .,., fi Fasea her Hetry B.Bradford dce* edwil preeeotW.fioal
Fee for Diploma...h.f';.... SO been' yM Mo/o / ( .mapiJied iDto a vir- S Tkertfort, Rttofad That the Secretary be directed would call the attention of our Msod and Yuan, Eleanor a hUb El -oeooot and vvfa U tie Jtfdpe of PifbaU *}"*,
tu&I&bandonm.ntotqr bauoese Hew to invite subscriptions to the Stock of the Company WE Rb b
id Port
Fees O .. .. a ..4.kiSItr1liOOWdEstate.
for entire nrse. los poMM rtaeraUy,to ow.bd end count _a..Gstea hID his
For farther particulars apply to That report an beJ g carefully circulated throughout upon the same terms M heretofore aDd to take well selected.liforfment ef 1.! C B a BDWARD'BRADFORD .A.dm 'r.
.' JURIAH HARRB8 Don.Augxitt the country that we bate oU oat here "lock, inch step a* may affo-d the most convenient opportunity D a a 181& Sa-f-
JL June
14. 1... tS stock and barrel aod ore clt_gent." Whatever to the inhabitant* of the several interested 'FRESH GLED4Ei3s.. that the Ipt administrator of -, S
S- the retire the wish we think rosy bar*been father Counties to take Stock. : ef FratrVlin T. C deceased, baa filed apedtktttft Notice.5
4 ( p1S8VLtfnoOF to lbs thought with the eporUrsL Be this however, Alms copy from the mitrate Out Seeds are proedmlfrottJsf Climat, and the ( the Circuit Court o L -
flourisb tie better a warmer one, Cotinty fdr OM certain lands aud .. the fi ibiiatJe ,esthis MV
a* It may we 3e assure our Mends the public, that GEO.W. CALL. Sec'y. eooTCqnently .o o after tp
PARTNERSHIP.rnflBfimof we will lusct JW. 6t is M* eW willing to serve each as ones -fay"Call OBrryc*ead yoor orders described io W'dt and they SIX;:: the ocdenigoed sJnuniatratrix of the Estate

A.;,B.OOUB3 A CO Vs u.1e'day diJL *- htrm es IN MH'eve,4.en \tnttfort. Oar Stock will la fttrrmace of the foregoing resolution notice is thatyoa say eecore the.vaoetielyea deeire.AMES are hereby notified-' & laid petition ef FWtgbet Whiuker. deeeueJ. late of Leon

solved bf mutual:consent. The bnslaeM will W a.pie ud w ab&ll ezpeet aO oar coatomers to hereby given that the book of the Compaiy AJUVILY.. oo Monday the 18lh day 61 October D t Id19i11 prud .ta.Wb.J1 ofFor.VimT
be eoat bY I.-c. autitorited to acttl tiM fidn vt the firm.A. ., ., Q,CROARYIKAdW'T. .
do so wttJhoHf NMtferM/Mnrrv le fAmsefoa. U mde efttef 'la .letter, the "
o S nay 'pertta or'by 0 ; -
.R. COMBS r -' 1foti ItM.. : 11.11U; ; : :5T.4m ,_
Very respectfully, Jay a
amount of the present neoat being f 1140 on e. :
'C.:' '.MoMAUOHT, OKKOND A CO. each gbse .10000."Tab compUTM die owner m_. -. .'
July ICikv JJW. Newport;J1L' .ML (July, .S, IMS., 27 5m) town altos Feroaadfes and Cedaf Key and &Iact'liOoeo ._ L4 e. .
r- -- a rf hod prpMrtywhfcfc' bad boea ap- A PPLIOAT1QH will-ma441*tbsxMztX .tep: T- HBOVEE.isr15WmJby lit. f'WIT ,

S All pereoa ktdebUd to tit* late':tna' of A. E.Comba CeqTell Water. ; praised at Over txJ008.flOdafid it fa ht&eved ,that a 'latore of H*$UA f fWfU.. .Sat*dtauter for, "faf TMleJb.JtaIw.a1.Istdsk.ted.Itan.ch1.
Co,for U*year'1844,Tie,aad 1157.'etL.! IUTtbd.eMZn.UtC1 from $&00 to $1Q.QGpvaharewflheicIchftnisbth.yosd. .Rail Road from Golf City"in the ftWt"of 'theEaftt 1 'I .' "-"JI .

or by Aftts or fteoouat,an reooestsd to*otM leeward FRESH..a' J1IIt n. lef sleby "- > Hither ef ApdIIrS4S.eisofGid.wwLttthrOoe.gl'Th., ttroogk".r ._ ; r =.. .
aDd st4"WW.1-. .&.0. WILLIAMS A .'. AMES 4 LT7H.Y, "t..OBG. ,W.CALL Se 'y. .. C .. *.' 4 a l .1 v.

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