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 25, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
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System ID: UF00079928:00322
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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:, -.-JJ 'AVTQBITY.II( :1: For contingent expenses of the House'of f For c compensation of the. Vice Presidentof In the office of the Third Auditor :office I Professional (Curtis.MMSHSHl I Professional sub Jtesiifss m5

: Representatives, vit : the U lI lcd States, eight thousand dollars. For blank books binding stationery, = -.C. "
OFTME" .iJNFED For binding document, one hundred thou. For compensation to secretary to sigt pa. furniture, carpeting, two newspapers, the Union "CO. RECENT
.." sand dollar tents for lands, one thousand five hundred and Intelligencer, preserving tile: and t -A-ir-- :. .: -i"POVERY.

F( r furniture, repairs and !boxes for members dollars. .. papers, bounty land service!, miscellaneous: PR.LLUA' ZN :

CnAr. L.UXII.An Act makbg Appropri&tioifor ,' ten thousand dollars. For compensation to the private s secretary item's and.arrearages, three thousand five hun. 'I

the -... LJe uhe.! and Judicial Exp : For stationery, :fifteen thousand dollars. steward, and messenger of the President of dred and forty dollar DRUGS; &$ I PAINTS, .
n*>eof(toTernrneut for tLe.Ye_ ending tbe hundred In the office of the Fourth <1t'or t DR. lEWI $ \i/ .
thirtieth of,Jane, 1859.Btfirtijaclet ." For horses, carriages and saddle horses, dollars.the United States four thousand six: For stationery books, binding, labor. and MEDICINES, JH .OILS I OF ties city haa introduced sole bis practice" the
thousand dollars.!
of six recent sod dvKorery of..tbe applies
by the Senile and H \ important
use thousand hundred
of the executive miscellaneous items, one ona their rlends and the public. .
For feel oil, and candies! three thousandsix For contingent expenses WOULD inform tion of tb" -
the United States of Amet
presentAtives three dollars. band a good! assortment oft uc
hundred dollars. office, including stationery therefor, on ELFOTEq MAGNETIC MACHINE,
ica in'Congress assembled..That the following In the office of the Fifth Auditor : articles as are generally kept in their line of business
For twelve thousand five hun. hundred and fifty dollars. by which mean. a current electricity it paiftetlthrough
sums'be: and the same are hereby newspapers binding.stationery, office jod will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their
appropriated dred dollars. Department of State.-For compensation For blank books tbe tooth It the time of extracting prnd
out. of any money in the) treasurynot Secretary furniture, carpeting and miscellaneous. expenses ertns shall be reasonable.Tallahassee. dog a local Anesthesia, and so avoid the Me of
For engraving, electrotJ'ping.nd lithographing of the Secretary of State and Assistant April Btb 1868- JI4.Br. .
otherwise -appropriated, for the objects included newspapers CIlLORQFORif OR ETIIER.
hundred thousand dollars. of Slate; clerks messenger assistant in which are two daily '
hereafter'expressed: ; for the fiscaj' ye.ar cutting one thousand hundred and laborers in bis office, fifty one thousand dollars. '. ., Miles H. Nash, tie has ap-Ijed it in a number of eases with)at

the thirtieth June eighteen hundrvd! .tnd fifty For Capitol police five eight seven messenger thousand eight hundred dollars. In the office of the Auditor of the Trbasury: OrXKS: BIS r 3RIO'At.8IETlCiSTp! :! TUX: ClTIIl Or puccra*. Air igte ihat they experience little l or a

nine, namely! : and ninety dollars. for the Post Office Department: TA.iAaAQz.AaasvaRnirxDutoeoeaTsy.! : : r.AIf'in the ezrr&etlon.
the Incidental and Contingent Expen- .
hundredand For ,
For .laborers six thousand two 10 1858. U-3a..- -
Legislative.For compensation and mileage I IiJ eighty five dollars.For sea of I said! Dpartrnrnt.or proof reading, For stationery blank book binding, ruling OFFICE *Itt; Dr. M. ysb.!mm-d: tl7 eastol the : ,

} oF senator?, one hundred and pixft two and laws and documents miscellaneous items for file boards. repairs e. '

thousand seven h t:dtedand. fifty dollars.! pages and temporary mail boys four including packing oases distributing and transportation and miscellaneous cases and desks for safe keeping of papers May 19! 1885. 20 _ B. A. FAHNESTOCK'SVERMIFUGE
thousand hundred dollars.
For ceropensaiyin of tbo- pif cers:, 'clerks, For folding two document, including pay of expenses, five thousand dollars. furniture lights, washing towels ice, Dr. J. E. Leavitt,

; messengers, and others receiving an annual tMn'tand$ For stationery, blank books, binding, filr- horse for messengers, telegraphic dispatches OFFERS: ala PROFESSIONAL: SERVICES TO THE: PCBL1C.
: salary in the service of the Senate viz : secretary folders wrapping paper, paste, niture. fixtures repairs painting and glazing and stoves, twelve thousand five hundred and in NASHB NEW BUILDING- near the ,
t of the Senate three thousand six hundred thirty. thousand; dollvrs. fifty dollars. OFFICE A SAn asa less aanvr seawcPLM9
six thousand five hundred dollars. -
For thousand dollars.For
dollars ;; officer charged with disbursements cartage, two tnnnsandd.oil.irs. For six hundred dollars. In the office of the Treasurer: May 22. 18S3. 51MEDICAL __ _ .
miscellaneous item' thirty newspapers nr CKX&RKV:: Lisa ADULTS. crcuraara.)
of the Senate four'hundred and and
eighty For miscellaneous items two thousand dollars. For blank books, binding stationery, NOTICE.
, dollars; chief clerk two thousand fire hundred miscellaneous items, one tlious.-nul\ dollirs. -0- TAPE WORMS.

dollars; principal clerk and principal For twenty four copies of the Congressional In the offire of the Register : BXTAH nicz, u en.nan.ajB .
each member and To enable the Secretary of State to purchase Drs Robertsoh Bond
Globe and for ,
of Appendix ala iota IT tn NI4pW.I.
executive clerk in the office the secretary For ruling and full binding books for recording -
, of the Senate, at two thousand one hundred delegate of the second session of the thirty fifty copies, each, of volumes twentytwo abstracts of EL AVINO .rined a co partnership in the prnctir, B. A. FARXirrOCXA: O.,)PiS.sz5, ....
collectors'quarterly their services In he cit
thousand three hundred and "tenty three of Howard's Reports of their profession offer Axe fPSneuIpaliaPe..
fifth seventeen -
and sixty dollars each ; eight clerks in the Congress of the Decisions r/ the Supreme Court of the and navigation, and blank abstracts izens of Tallahassee and surrounding country. B. .&. IARTOX,Bm.L
office of the secretary of the Senate at one and fifty two dollars. of the Congressional United States, five nundred dollars. for their use, blank books, binding and sta. Qf: Office over the Store lately occupied by Bet \ WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.51 CUFF ST
thousand hundred and dollars each For btnding twenty four copies canceled' ton it Ui< ".
I eight fifty ; of tioaery arranging and binding marine rg B-1'of rwpieta5le listen.MJI ::
State to
To enable the Secretary carry I
Globe and Appendix for each memo Feb. 28. 67 9tlETBAKNAKD_ _ _ _
keeper of the stationery, one thousand seven into effect the act entitled. An act for the papers and records and miscellaneous :Eitmlo th.tnltuis.t the asms U lie SON jr*. get..tLo.zv
hundred and dollars ber and delegate of the second session of the and Jr. I 7....... ......
fifty two ; two messengers the U- items including office furniture carpeting < B. A. Timmot't TAMES -:
fifth thousand and ninety. admission of the Slate of Kansas into ,
at thousand and dollars each thirty Congresseigt.t I certificates of
, one eighty plate printed registersof
Provided That nion, ten thousand dollars. copper WILL CO.NTIM'E TII);
dollars and cents : ,
sixty &
at five hundred dollars seven thousand dol-! : LIVELY
one page, ; sergeant ; vessels and crew lists ten
shall!! be paid! for the same Northeast Executive Huilding.For compensation BUSINESS Sole A taforTullebusee.
. at arms and doorkeeper two thousand dollars !- no greater puce lais. DRUG &. MEDICINE
for ech'olume actually of four watchmen and two Kborcrsof April 10, 185. 11-1)'
than cents or part
t assistant thousand sixty the Solicitor 12T AT THE OLD STAXD $1455OF .JIJ
; doorkeeper,one *cv.en the northeast executive building tbie'9thousand In the office : -

; hundred and fifty dollais ; assistant post bound and delivered.debates of the second six hundred dollars. For blank books binding stationery, labor ..I1EDICAL.NUtICI.I
master and mail carrier thousand four For reporting and! for andre'ert'a' -0---- -
one kn'd miscellaneous items statutes
,hundred and forty dollars ; two mail boys, at session dollars.of the thirty fifth Congress, eight thousand viz For: for contingent fuel, light expl'u-es repairs,of and said miscellaneous building: -, : ,:: Wo thousand and two hundred dol! THKB f MORTAR Dr. Wm. F. Shine,

nine hundred dollars each ; superintendent\ of huudred lars. .. orf IRK HIS riorEssroxAL SEKTICXB TO TH rntM.
For the usual additional compensation to expanses, four thousand three of Clinton and Monroe steetaTsllahauee.
the document room, one thousand five hun In the office cf the Commissioner of Customs Corner adjoining that of Drs.Gamble & Bett a.

dred dollars ; [two assistants in documentroom the ret-orters for the Congressionnl Globe for dollars. : -January-19, 1866. Xt- ___ OFFICE 3, 1658. 19-ly
the proceedings of the House of Treasury Department.-For compensationof 1VIEDICAL 1OTICE.0 .
at one thousand two hundred dollars For blank books binding, stationery. and
Represensatives for the next regular sessionof the Secretary of the Treasury, Assistant e_ MEDICAL. 1'4OTICE.Dr. .
each ; superintendent of the folding room, I miscellaneous items, two thousand dollars.
hundred Secretary of the Treasury, clerks messenger C. BATES. -0-
the fifth PEF.I.ER..1.
Congress, A.
one thousand five bundled dollars ; two mes thirty I House Hoard.-For blank: books, -
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and laborers in his office Light -- A. C. RBLAKlCONTINUES :
dollars to each reporter, four thousand doll i illlrs. assis ant messenger, ;
scTgers, acting as assistant doorkeeper at one stationery, miscellaneous expenses, Drs. Peeler & Bates -
l forty eight thousand six hundred dollars. / to offer Lis Prufesfional &rriet ta
thousand live hundred dollars! each ; sixteen first and seven hundred and fifty dollars. x ciate l themselves! in the practice I VV the CeiitnsTilie and neigh.
To to the reporters of the Senate, the : For compensation of the comptroller postage : VI O ai*> < citizens adjoining
messengers, at one thousand two hundred pay for the third session and the clerks messenger and !labo-ers in his For the /general purposes of the Southeast HA of Medicine ant Surgery: respectfully offer I borhood. Residence changed to CentrtTills Office
dollars each ; superintend assi.-Unt in charge usual extra compensation, thousand three hundred Executive Building.-For compensation of their services to the Public in the treatment of all at his residence. 1

of furuances six hundred dollars ; laborers of the thirty fourth Congress eight hun- office twenty eight watchmen and nine laborers the southeast acute aa well as chiooic diseases: of all characters I ?6657. 62-tf
dollars each three thousand two hundred and forty dollars. eight Office Waukeenab, Jefferson co., Fla.
in private passage, six hundred dollars ; two executive building, ten thousand\ two I- GWN&
laborers at 'lour hundred and eighty dollars dollars. For compensation of the Second Comptroller J an. 9. 1853 ----2-tf. -- ______ HILTON, '
of the Senate the ( and the clerks, messenger, and laborer hundred dollars. n.t Zauw -
To pay to the reporters I BERRYAuctioneer ..A.11orX1.0Ys; ; ; ,
clerk the President of
each ; or secretary to !! For of said building K. H.
thousand usual, extra compensation for the first sessionof in bis office, twenty six thousand eight contingent expenses TALLAHASSEK, FLA.
the Senate, one seven hundred and viz and Commission ..\
hundred hundred and forty dollars. :
the thirty fifth Congress, eight --- C
fifty two dollars ; draughtsmanone thousand dollars each three thousand two hundred; I for compensatioa of the first Auditor, and Fuel I. lights, repairs an.1 I miscellaneous MERCHANT.ALLABASSKI D "'. fcWvllSlk: It. B. JIILTOIt
eight hundied and fifty dollars! ; clerk to the ( hundred dollars. I
doTJars.: I the clerks. messenger and laborer hU office eight) thousand five ; Fla. Sept.20, 1858. 39 HAVING associated thrmMlre together b the
Committee on_ Finance, one.l. l thousand eight the of the Senate the thirty five thousand ;Iine hundred and forty For compensation of four watchmennll .. of Law. will giTu their joint attention
hundred and fifty dollars ; clerk to the Committee To pay to reporters I two laborers for the south extetision* f the Henry L. Rutgers, to all busiii-s rotruoted t.. then They will attend

of Claims, one thousand eight frandred usual extra compensation, for tae' second dollars. southeast executive three thousand II I!be Supreme Contt, the U. S. DiltrJCCourt.. and the

and fifty dollars ; clerk of printing! Records, session of the thirty fifth Congress, eight bun. I Fur compensation of the Second Auditor, building COMMISSION MERCHANT r Circuit C"ur' at Tsiahasei.i.I l aW the Cimit
hundred d'jllnrs. '
tired dollars each three thousand two hundred and the clerks messenger assistant messenger six TALLAHASSEE. FLA. C"uiU of Carimlen.Vi tiila!: Jeff son. MsdiKon and
one th"usund eight rnsndrjd arrd f.fiy dollars dol'ars. and laborer in Ills office, thirty five thousand For contingent expenses of said building! ; I Hnnultcn (uttiei'. Office at tis} Courthouse. In
-making seventy eSgfct; thousand. rrrne hundred and miscellaneous items three Ihou!and -4D- Tall.l". -..
fuel """
of the five hundred and forty dollars. iBEUAL advances Cotton Tobacco
For one! fccttilftd: copies: Congressional "T male ou. fir .
fourteen dollars.
and I Globe} and Appendix, and for bindingthe Eor compensation ot the third auditor, and dollars. 1 J cvnsigned to his fri -n U ic few York I M6. 18J18. lOlyHOGUE

For the additional compensation allowed I for the s'ocond session of the I thirty the clerks, messenger assistant messenger, I Department of the'Interior.-For compensation Sept. 4. 1858. 3C_gg Sent cnp': & AWATTRft
the resolution of the Senate of the eleventh same ,
by fifth for the of the Library of and laborers in his office, one hundred and of the Secretary of the (Interior and Jr. !
Cougres, use T. W. BREVARD
May, eighteen fifty eight, I' : four hundied thirty two thousand six hundred and forty the clerks messenger, assistant messengers, ,
the House of Representatives,
'to a m-'Ss-nger in the office of the Iit'C'etar.\' dollars. watchmen and laborers in his office, thirtysix ..ttcL'x1csyLLt; : ; Iw" _T I.aAVV' 10 '- .

Xl the Innate, for the fiscal year otiding th. and forty 'dollars. thousand nine hundred dollars. .TALLAHASSEE FLA.April in the : f
of the For compensation of the Eourth Auditor fonu.c' paitntrvlnp practice o
For the compensation draughtsman HAVE
thirtieth of Juu<-, eighteen hundred and fifty the land a, end the cleik, assistant messenger For compensation of the Commissioner of l M, 1858._17. ____ and will attend to professional bust-
arid clerks employed uK>n inaj inessst-ngoi -
three bun lr d and dollar | fitruMrd to thur .9
eitht, < < thirty the General Land office, and the tecorder (Ira' care.
and clerks in his office seven thousand seven IItGll A. CORLIY,
committees twenty
thu of the clerks to temporary D. I' l1OLE..A. PERRY AMAKES.M .
roe contingent expenses t in the office of the Clerk of the llou=o of hundied and forty dollars. draught man. assistant draughtsman, clerks!, at Law .y 1. 1SS8._18ED ._
viz: assistant! messengers, packers:, Attorney ; I
thousand and For compensation of the Fifth Auditor messengers
thousand do'lars.: natt"I' Representative! \\' IN '
binding, fifty and laborers in his office, one hundred ,
hundred dollars. ant! the clerks, messenger. and laborer in his watchmen TALLAHASSEE; FLA. '
For lithographing and engraxing, forty dollars thousand hundred and and seventy two thousand six hundred .;ja.itorn.Q3r: ; rXi'a v.
hundred seventeen
thousand dollars. ,, For two mail boys at nine office eight January 17. 1851. 3-1y
each and the in charge of the forty dollars. and ninety dollars; anti the authority conferred Tallahassee Florida, _
For twelve tho-asa'ird: dollars. messenger MdCl ,
fctatitiuc-ry I I south extension three thousand three hun For compensation of ,the Auditor of the upon the principal clerk of public Yonge & llan, \\f ILL practice in the Circuit CVurts 'of the Mid.

For newspapers, three tbtitmpd: dollars. died. dollars. Treasury for the Post Office Department, lands, of Acting Commissioner ad interim, in .A.11orX1eys; ; a1; X.a.W. i T die Di.trict, and the Supreme Court of this
For Congressional; Globe and binding the the absence and forth, of the Commissioner State and the District Court of the United States at
and the assistant so FLORIPA. I
For furnishing the committee room, retiring clerks messenger messenger raACTICK: IN ALL THE COUT4 OFTE8T
came, twenty four thousand two bundled and I the Tallahapt'ee. cOflics oyer the Store of Messrs.
and laboters in his office hundred by the second section ol act reorgan
seventeen dollars and twenty cents.! rooms, and offices in the south wing IIf one Office at MAKIANNA.' O. & J. MeginBij

For reporting proceedings ten thousand the Capitol extension with gas 'fixtures, chandeliers and seventy two thousand three hundred and izing the General Land office approved the C. C. YONGE..1. F. McCLELLAN. Jan. SO, 1858. 4

four hundred dollars. iron safes, and: other furniture forty forty dollars. fourth of July, eighteen hundred and thirty March 13. 1858. 11-tf -
thousand dollars. For condensation of the Treasurer of the nix, shall be, and the same hereby is, transferred A. J. PEELEE'S ,
For tleiks to committees police ,
pages United States and the clerks, assistant to the chief'clerk of said General land Bent F. Young
horses and carryalls! twenty fix thousandfive Congress.-For compensationof messenger LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE,
liSrasian, three assistant! librarians, and! messenger, and laborers in his office, office, : (. '.-.
hundred aid dollars and five T/AU-IHASSE/ llORJpA. :
eight fifty nina thousand dollars. twenty five thousand seven hundred and forty Fdr additional clerks in the General Land &1f 1)illill) : 3R J1 .WJp : t5A53'b1hDi&L517; '
messenger prsTAiMn ? sz
office under the act of third March, one thou-
For miscellaneous! items, twenty thousand For contingent expenses of said library dollars. IN EQUITY THE.BOOK Or TDI: ,i.oairas'.a JOCmWAL OfTT, CS. :
of the Register of the sand eight hundred and fifty five, granting
one bousind dollars. For compensation -v1Li: I'rldree'o toe Circoit:: Courts of Gadtdeo.TT .

dollars.For for fiscal! the For coal and fireman for furnaces to warm Treasury, and the clerks,messenger assistant bounty lands and for laborers employed therein WILL practice ttf Florida in the and Court.the Federal of the Court Eastern' Cir Leon, WI kuUII. e eraon and Madison, and
stationery year ending dollars. and laborers in his office fifty fifty eight thousand four hundred dollars : attend promptly! to toe cqlltction: of Dotes sod ao-
hundred ,
the six ;
thirtieth of June eighteen hundred and fit: ,)' library the of the (entree AT GAIX8T1I.LC: aLaceiraRE'ERENCE8 COCSTT.: ) counts in of said Couhts.Ftb.27.1858. .
Provided, That Secretary Interior any
hundred and dollars.
thousand three
said five forty
For purchase of books for library, _
eight five thousand dollors for the Senate ; : fr-lf
For compensation of the Solicitor of the at his discretion shall be, and he is hereby, :
and for stationery for fiscal year ending thirtieth thousand dollars. of said CAPT. J. J. LTCAS ) \.;{: ,
of June eighteen hundred and fifty eigh For purchase of law books for said librarytwo Treasury and the clerks and messenger in authorized to use any portion appro. COL. J. D. AIKK.T V Charleston, S. C. Ioablla&LBANYLGEORGI&'HQuse ..

five thousand dollars for tie House of Rep thousand dollar his office seventeen thousand one hundredani priation for piece work, or by the day week FBASEK it THOMPSON, ) I ,.

Botanic Garden.-For procuring manure, f forty dollars.! month; or year at such rate or rales as he Do. JAMES S. Jos 13. Tallahanet, Fla. .
resentatives.For compensation and mileage" of membersof tools! fuel, repair! purchasing trees and For compensation of the Comissioner of may deem jiM and fair. June ". '57. 23WILLIAM -* 1'

the House of and delegates shrubs for botanic garden, to be expended the Customs, and the clerks, messenger and For compensation of the Commissioner of SCOTT above HOTEL in Albany, the present term-
Representatives THE
under the direction of the Library Committee laborer in his office, twenty thousand four Indian! Affairs and the clerks messenger, assistant of the Georgia and Florida fyulroad know
from Territories five hundred and eighty watchmen and laborer in AYTOragY[ AT LAW.MOSTICELLO for the of the '
of Congress, twenty three hundred dollar hun.!Ired ard! forty dollars. rrlessertger, open receptipa .
thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. office thousand nine hundred FLA; '
his one 11J.nLIC.
!?. For compensation of the clerks, messengerand thirty TRAVELI1:

For compersction of the officers. clerks, I, For of horticulturist and assistants in laborer of the Lighthouse Hoard nine and forty dollars. July 30.1853.: 30 tIjan The House and Fumitory tie .ne*. Tb. rri.-
messengers and others receiving >n annual pay For of the Commissioner! of tor is determined to make it A t. '
thousand two hundred and dollars. .
salary in the service of the House of Representatives I I the botanic garden and green houses to be forty Pensions and the clerks! assistant FLOYD & HOLLAND CLASS flQTkf.and :
expt-nde: I under the direction of the Libr.ty Contingent Expenses of the Treasury De messenger FIRST
viz: clerk oft) e House of Reprorentatives 1. messenger and laborers in his: office, one Attorneys at Law. ) hopes by strict attention to the W' &&a.oCJai.
three thousand six hundred dollar! ; Committee of Cougress five thousand one partment. thousand three hundred Gue its, to merit patronage of the Public.L. .
hundred and nine
In the office of the Secretary of the Treasury.For in the Circuit Courts of Middle
hundred and dollars and fifty \TTILL
two clerks, at two tnousand one hundred and one enty one .. If. DtJRBA}(, Propri tor.
and forty dollars. \ \ and West Florida and in the Supreme
cents. copying blank blocks stationery Albany G\, May U. 1858. -ly .._ -.
sixty do.lars; each ; seven clciks, at one thousand I For compensation of the Commissioner of f r the Stat Attain the District Court of the Uni ,
eight hundred dollars; clerk in chargeof For reglazlng and repairing damages to binding, sealing ships' registers, translating and the clerk in his office three ed' States in (Lbe Northern District of Florida.R. .

books for members, one thousand eight the green houses by the hail storm of June foreign languages advertising,and extra clerk Buildings! .J. FLOYD Office Apalachicola, FU. ..;
I hire for and collecting information thousand two hdndfed dollars. Office Fla. CITYJIOTEL. -
hundred dollar ; reading cleik, ore: thousand eighteen hundied and fifty seVE'n. one thousand pieparing D. P. HOLLAND, Quiucy ;
and forty four dollars and sixteen cents.! to be laid before Congress-said clerks to b'eiiployed : Contingent Exp nes- Dec.22. 1535. 51 JUiiII10D
hundred dollars librarian thou. L. DEMTLLY)
eight one
; of the Interior. ,
For of the Superintendentof only during (he sef dioh of Congressor Department WILLIAM S; 1)1 L WORTH;
sand eight hundred dollars ; cerk! in chargeof Office of the Secretary ol the Interior : iirotjitl rjespec&IVy) l.TLiaLhe! pablio tUt W
the thousand hundred Public Printing and the clerks and, messenger when indispensably necessary to enable and Coiirfjfclirjr Lhtv Y> has leajedt eCITT.: HOTEL am tile
stationary, one eight furniture fuel Attorney
hundred the department to answer some rail made by For books > 'riery, lights will tka
in his office, eleven! thousand fire Brown Hotel.) and iMlg! oo the first of
dollars in the office FLORIDA.ITflLt. \:'
; principal messenger and fourteen dollars. either house of Congress nt one session to be and other contingencies and for books and MONTICELLO. May fezt. His untiring exertione will be need to girt

one thousand seven hundred and fifty two For of his office viz: : answered at another; and no euch extra clerk maps for the bbiary. seven thousand two p'r.ttloe iri! the Courts of the Middle Cir full satinfaet ion to all who will patronize him. .

dollars ; three messengers, at one thousand contingent expenses shall receive than three dollars and hundred dollars. Ti cui\.anJ Fho ii'" and Lowodes Cuun y.Ga April ... """ 17. ,
advertising more '
two hundred dollars each at arms For blank! \books, stationery, postage March 22. 185B. H-lr '
sergeant and
; three ind one third! cents day for For expense df packing distributingthe ;
for propsvis for furniture, trav thirty per Ramien "
two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars ; elling enses, cartage pa'p'er and labor i i.. storing the time actually and neceSSa'rliy employed congressional journals and documents, in LONG & tALBUAITH, .: NathanielCOMMISSION .

clerk to the sergeant at arms, one thousand and transportation exj of and miscellaneous arid for miscellaneous items t thirteen thousand pursuance of ti.fe pro i-ions contained in the ArToftNEira AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE! ; FLA. MERCHANT.

right hundred dollars ; messenger to the sergeant items two thousand paper eight; hundred and seven hundred! and fifty (!olJars.In joint resolution cl Congress approved twenty \T 4.LO=--rG & J. Q,d ALBRAITH hnui No.r38 Ijbjdras(; St, New OrUani.

at arms, one thousand two hundreddollars the office of the First Co'mptroller : figUh January, eighteen' hundred and fifty .lie ated.theraaq14e; !dtl.practice ofLXw. They .
thousand hundred fifty dollar!( *. will die Courts in the Middle Circuit.tb.Sn- o
: postmaster, two one For rent of wareroom, htd hundred and For furniture! blank books, binding stationery -ven, fix thousand dollars. .ern.Courta attend and the District Courts of the United Refers to GOT.James E. Broonie, .TaUahaiseeJ.
nod sixty dollars ; one messenger in the public documents, State and, Territorial Fur the preservation of the collections of States at Tallahassee. Oeorge K. Walker. Efq.. 'tGen.
fifty dollars. .
office one thousand seven hundred and forty and the exploring and surveying expeditions of House. Win. Bailey Jsfferseouaty
For for the piloting of the statutes, and miscellaneous! items Office opposite the Court -
T. J. LJnUo, *
dollars ; (our messengers, at one thousand paper the Government, four thousand dollars. October 28. 1854. EKJ.
the Union and National Intelligencer newspaper lui ':
fifth ..
second seas on of the thirty Congress J. G Putnam. E q MsdisonDaniel
four hundred and forty dollars each ; doorkeeper thousand hundred dollar FcY the transfer to, and new arrangementof
hundred thousand dollars two two Hanckel & Nowell Bell Eq.. Hamilton ut
two thousand one hnndrr and sixty one For required for the; second session In the office of the second Comptroller : those collections! fn, the Smithsonian Institution Augustus Steele, Eq.. Levy : ..

dollars ; superintendent of the folding room printing For blank books, binding stationery, pay one thousand I doll irs. i iTo I FACTORS, J. J. Snelling. Esq-Gadsdcn "
dollars ot the thirty fifth Congress seventy the later/or E. Renington, Esq_Thomairirle.! Ceo.
one thousand eight hundred ; superintendent for the National Intelligencer and Union to enable the Secretary ot to -AXD-

of the folding room one thousand thousand: dollars.Claims.-For salaries of three be filed and preserved for the use of the office, pay superintendent of the building occupied Generaliomniission(; Merchants Od.I.. 186'7. UWATCH

eight hundred dollars; superintendent in the Ceu1t4t and miscellaneous items one }j]. said Secretary and his d-partment, K
judges Q(. the Court of Claims! the ,solicitor, office furniture CHARLESTON s. C.
document room, at one thousand seven ban five hundred dollars.In from the-first day January, eighteen bun tAKER.4.:1:1c1
assistant solicitor deputy solicitor, and c. F. gistlaL. t. w. xowitu:
dred and filly two dollars!! each ; messenger thereof the office of the First Auditor: dred! and fifty fif, to the thirtieth day of June .... '
assistant clerk.and twenty
in charge of the hall, seventeen hundred and thousand three messenger hundred dollsri FIT blank books, binding stationery office eihteen hundred an.' fifty eight toe allowanceto FilET will s.U every description of Produce or ..

forty dollars; fire mesaangcr., .*t one thousand seven For stationery fuel, gas of 6'thcr> lights!!, furniture c 'SCS for records and official! pipers be made to such superinte'ident, with his JL Jftrrkandize. and will nuke advances oo. all : : Jcoogvc1er,
five hundred dollar oath; eight messengers subscription alary as clerk not to exceed two thousand eoorignrnents.ApiilH.l .
printing, Ibbor, and miscellaneous Hems (or and miscellaneous items, including 858. 15-ly Y17OULD respectfnnj'lntorm the eijieoa .
at aDO l ihouaandtwo, hundred dollars the Court of Claims four thousand dollars. for the Union and National Intelli. dollars per annum, the sum ol"seven hundred I" Lth fee.and tbe public eoeraflyj;that M...

each ; six messengers.! one thousand two to be filed for the use of the office dollar AMBEOTYPESAND taken the old .,and of J.C.Hall Ca. when. W. U

hundred dollars each ; messenger to. the For"' commissioners' fees for uklrij*.testimony gencer one thousand eight hundred dollars.In [TO 82 COXTIXCKD.' ] MELAINOTYPES prepared to repair ',
; in behalf of the government, ft-es of WaiehftCIocJa
Speaker one thousand seven hundred and flu. the office of the Second Auditor: avlJfxtlrio ,

ty two dollars t' clerk to the Committee of witnesses and of agents or attorneys to.b office C3r A has sued for'a divorce in TA II'If..1'' BAILEY: a worlmarvlike nJo ..ancfat the ta< t. 'tjso..
For l-lank books binding;'uUonery; woman Barnard.
Rooms Start.
solicitor to attend to the veer Drug
fchft fall
b.1"the1 Me flira& .t t
bondred J dollars appointed rate .P.nootI..ioS'pfW :
Claims, one thousand eight ; en.-neool items inctodfnj'two Indiana, on the ground that, her -
alerk to the Coaia.itlee'of WnysaMjdjMeaos.one taking of d rositinn.five thousand dollars (fnmitnre and r '"PEE Rooms have ,btjeu'.thoroughly refitted and well frwn bating bn pi41y-r>t iWd '". !rd/
red Execntiv*.-For compensation of the Pre of the daily city'oewtpapert, 'td be filed feet were *o cold that it hDSbaDd"1 I.are now in exeell eooditioo for UM purpose upon baring them purig't at bi sW'p I -* 4 f

ttjotfsjtfjd eiglfit: JI.uu 4.oUars-makmg sidnt-of the United State, twenty five thousand bound, and preserved for the me o( the office, case of clear incompatibility of designed. The Pnhlte I are iortted to rail. fO: AU ,work warranted if wrfV OK a. JCfl
fix tboasabJ hwYrfred and forty .
eighty seven and of 801,. '
thousand two hundred dollars. rt.a. 1M7 44 Jia.l, IM8. -_ X ljr
fight i dollars: (fon..,,. one a.

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The BarbtfWA at Centervlll. I, 5evr York ime*. BY TELEGRAPH.: Ja&en Republic. Tfc Ealoeta Gftle.

: ;fIgrihinlt & j There wa a very large gathering at Centrevillc T Conventions of the Black RepaUioan and From tin last number, of thi paper .e learn TIre Apal.cLcoa .dl'tll of the ImL in.e.

last welcome Hawkins his Nothing parties, which mast Syracuse on o that Mr. Filde hat, poed.of.the "y'Ti l.nl throughout tb tuootry.
.. _ I on Monday to Judge on a e\Uhmnt dettnDtne be outdone by eat
_,.,.. _- _-_ __ ,./" 0 _
"' return from the Eastern canvae Nut only wa the Bib bat fall to effect a union,though a large TERPIOMEUROPE, and retire from the editorial ril .tok the Ills in. hu mouth tt'lfgp. n. *

T A T. I'-A' n A. 8-s E r,: the netting Jt larfa'ene, but the feeling pervading majority of both bod lea.were atuions l for fusion-- .' _- in-other. business. The successor. of Mr. F. i i. trot ... \slighttdneh% of his'quality on the morning anI .

e assemblage' wtijof the very,best pndjnost.atim- At one liuon, agreement had bedb), made, a the. : ARRIVAL OF ak j f furtpcoD of the 1 tKlnt .About one o'.loJ in th.
iAVflDY, 8KPTBXBCR *5, 18t8iUEMOCRATIC Sute\ivk thontd be'dhided but the Know Nothings TEPEaS a morning the witHew with' ccn1Jntlo fur,.
fmcbrchra4ter., 'he\ commenced from Uj.8outhe a,t. '. g Mine zsb..utnteiock
.. -4 .; ---. 4- *- -------i--lcOMtXXT1ON5= -: ,- by rfr. \m5m.\bf of .peak1ng".canJiJtes for the Le" took offence. at 'come fancied fdif enpest to I.AL We are indebted to Dr. E. a Billing of Atapl- wnen Cotn' ly shifted tothe North

.t.- ; ._ : his ', wards them from the other Couves.tlonsnI proceeded a co,1'de. who came p awrtiger in the Ctwbrm o* 4&g some damage fo rV fc'of tom, shade trees
: : t I.t explained n on
ti. }t Lirn.
t"t.,.II'. .'J" ; i. 't, .. g ttt i/! before the rid Asaembly I to nominate a full ticket, and the Black Republican I (l ec84. the Week ( Hnvaoa to Key WN't. and from Key West to f.'uao. .

: FOB COXOBKSi: J ,,% and followed hawkins in did the name. The American candidates CIOHt att9teadjr.NEW St Mark in the Calboun, (now aground in Ocllla Mo.'u(o.-1Ve are informed by a friend '
Judge a
rfi -* i.- );..(.. ON\: G; Si HAWKINS. elm ld and. altogether utilaeor vindication I fnanJ; Fo GO\'rnor. Lorenzo BWTOV.S; : You,.Sept. 16.-Th steamthip Persia Bay,) for the annexed l letter Havana to him from the fin from aid the"Nor\ld t F-al yrstettfiy portion, done of the cun-lJmbJVctn county. IhattKe
,.,.,.....:: .. '. ,.- .of himself from the charge of neglect in attending Lieut Governor, N. S Benton; Canal Commissioner arrived with Liverpool date* t6 Set tth.Lirerpcol American oIUin containing authentic t rottpaZsngar cane.
I erIb4 ." 'OR .iriBtT : '. to the Interests of the volunteer 8 clear w as the J. P Thompson; State Prison IDte ,or. W. C.mwerrktI.- intelligence' from Mexict,. not Dot\. bn.be cotton crop no dOlb.1 very materially in- .,t
hare nominated : -- nred. The stuns for day have causal .
RtiMeU. The
l' Republican : tie te ,
:I:4'-: ,J.CtUbtaltl\! : C. WiUlams impression in the attentive audience that the distinguished A Cotton Jfarlre*.-Sales'oT'cotton for the, CoV ; 'iKedvery"a The eottes to thistsonuty .:
*)* ..fl.. For Governor, D. Morgan Lieut Governor, l-t\TE Qaxiiat-.U. S- l 11 r crop
: ..; WU .} .., J. B. Ch stie. ) speaker bad been most shamefully Robt E Canal Commi. ;ioirer Hiram Gardner I week 41,0 bales,T>f which speculators took 1,400 iIAvAxafimrt., ; .. 1868, ) ,'Hrl; perbap, one third by the recent _
Campbell rains fcnd .
.. ..,,.. wronged in that mattes, that. at a later stage uf ; and expmers ,400(.-' Al' uAm". slightly DB. S. BILLINGS: -. v. '
-. '. ; State Prfion Inspector; Everest 1 ': The crop I a general teen .
to tLng.ll"
; the meeting when the opportunity was prevented, declined during the 'et'knd lower qualities iJ.I Deer Sir In note of .this date
I : answer .
the weather
:, ..- : 11ILA'1ThSEE flA at We are iiufined to think, from the fact the t your gathered ; wet CIHd it t..
.. 0 Mr.James J. Hart,a young Whig gentleWia/i]fre.ent. t.hl Sales on Saturday, the 4th inst. 4,000 bales of inquiring what news I have received from Mexico -mould in the barn. Nut no much, ho..eTr. s*
.f' : !p.21..S&krfcrtbs'weflOb1es. :50: a\,IO;M st 10\; great bulk of each o( the Conventions was desiroim I t
:N'at II; CO si 1JV atwl M at"X Tor best cottons. took the stand and expressed his tvcvictton, from of that fusion will be before which 'exporters Took !,CWO \1 The market by the lust British mail, I hue t say that I have injure its ulue.-Qt RI lk. &18

li-1 .. -%.. .. I1 MR: COCES, Cbtt&.i'Bro&,r.. what had been raid by Judge H., by Mr. Jones,Mr. unitng. a patched tfp tlowd quM bat tidf. a letter antler date cf 30th ult from our Consul at Tae which .fU n for sev
the electron. But, if the two tickets in
kept C'rl days, scarcely
Yoke and Mr. Mallory, well as m what he wherein lie "A took any iaurl.ol. cnlDu.
A f the field, the Democrat will the State in General !N5W Tampico nays: rn'oJ place during yesterday. About .
t : ,: sweep thrt o'clok com
., i > u J&ally Train. himself had heard from the lipntif Hon. James L
November. Their candidate the The details of the China treaty with the United in the garrison of this city) on the evening of the nience.I t blow from the Northeast, The wind
:? From \-1re.'"tcoejJjile published td.. it will F;e .Seward vf, Georgia, that tire Democratic candidate AtnaM J. Parker&b"ata i Stt had been received l in London. The treatyis 24th inst. by the greater part of the troop, and ... accompanied with a heavy driving rain and

ueltht.an.fhe: lit of October a daily tram com had been wrongfully assailed in the and lou after about 14 hours hard fighting through the vernal! t the Southeast, about five o'clock blew a
pmisl. ea to fully ratified within One of
-- a the
,uic.nct i '* pjonlng over the St. :Marks nod on the the advice of Mr. Hart to his Wli-g "'8 b year. streets, the Government to perfect g Ie. uprooting trei*. tearing roof* (runs the
fdld were
Tire fatt sterns R1't be pretty universally adraitted. ltip"lationan the treaty) i that the United States troops compelled house and doing other damage. seven
,tlth ot.the month the Pensacola and not to .Judge vliclton, but to I. .
remain -
same over H.kila' to the of Federation and
yield the u o' before it
place safe to
CPoe that Dr. Weitcott united himself to the shall interpose its good offices in case China should cry ICk venture street.
Gerogi Railroad. The daily train o"er the latter ne\l'ta\ again in possession of the whieh were at that time deluged with water and
Know become involved
Nothing order, by taking their onths and in difficulties with other Cnatitut.ionalst!
I ii,delayed until that time in consequence( dam We Duration lids by way being with their rigns, grips and was a mutiny on board the ship Conquerorin shall
l'U8worJI n.lt'e to hear of disaster
to the road the rains of Lut week otghly Judge Hawkins succeeded in even surprised on our
.ge by heavy official
removing source, that Mr. For ytli, our Minister in
at the very time that he was pretending to the Mer ey-the ship wa bound for .- eo4 t--Sav. .n. 16M intt.
which U eapeetcd to be unpaid by the 9th Octo from the minds of his old opponents present, the :obi Mexico, had finally closed the but Dot '
be Democrat and I Seventeen armed .
a holding office a. each. We negroes refused to work. They legtion. A Bu> .-A storm of some violence sited the
ber. impression that he Lad failed! in his the interests
duty to know that this has been denied by some of his I were arrested without bloodshed, by the consul. actually demanded his pa 'pr. gone to city last night which had been preeH*! by tor-

of a large portion vf Mi ett ntntl To friends, but we think the evidence conclusive I The Allies and Chinese had a serious battle in Tacabaya, intending to thee until the latter rent of rtlin wind commnuc at Ntbeat
HOB ceo. HaTrkln
from thtta even a petition of neutrality as part of It is also asset-ted5! and I believe fortunately veered .
gin Canton. Ocw1er
them. In late Part of the
against a delivered him
fpeech city
by &burnt South wet, and ceased towards
Judge Hawkins arrived at this place hut Monday effect of An hour's talk, was accomplishing with foundation morning: N<;
te at Jacksonville, .he dodged," says the Standard, I was reported that a large loan would be taken good that tire British Minister in da magi; .done in the eify.-CAarttrton New,
'evening onbs return from the South and East- much ; but we happen to know that there are Mexico orders from his Government
the charge of being a regular Know Nothing byAccusing by the United States to the French Suet lid to protestagainst I Hth ;11.
Though in fine spirits, he bears the weeks of a laborious many Americans in Leon who will give him their others of being such mind his remarks canal rn'art the forced loan, to recommend his countrymen ..- '.

and exciting catnpeign. Not in vigorous support at the polls, and we believe that Mr. Hart I this rfoint cannot be considered; otherwise project. to refuse paying, and generally to act in the Te Slavery Debate tft' .Par on" Brown-
health on hi. return from Washington, we arc iur- become satisfied that he better upon Duel in Vlrrlnlau of Kentuefry Arid M/. Frjne, of ew
can that Mr. had
manner F. is further
than of the which Raid York closed
a charge aced I en'&atcVday The
)'Jiriied see him looking so well as he does after his country by voting with thee for a gentleman has been tact. acknowlegent., already, effect" RICOSD. Sept. 17.-A duel was fought this that Mr. de Briae. French Minister, had been or i of Ltt.o he rfebetera wee.eveaiiigv for the arufli.( part,

b-iving pasted throngh the arduous labors necessaTily whom be admits has been faithful to the The Fernaudina News ths this matter still morning between O. Jennings Wise of the Enquirer to be recalled by his Government repetvat Indeed, the subject has been f often

imposed in fitld of operations expansive trust committed to bis bands than by remaining pursues and lion. Sherard Clemens, of Wheeling.The .- Wishing a quick and a I distUDStd that there is but little room for the dim
further, presenting such an of settles you passage pleasant
.s that inehided ia Eat and South Florida. He array proof I latter was wounded at the fourth fire, though remain play of urgnalty. The audience were generallya
neutral the question beyond a shadow of doubt West yours truly, and blacks-Southern
left for Qoiacy on Wedneedny last to speak the following Judge Hawkins devoted but a small portion of cott's speech at Jacksonville was made after the not dangerously.New TIIOS. SAVAGE JB., (Jnakent, Black Republicans and negro brber.ptudent.aadLt.bl.ek.

day. Of his movements thereafter r we are his time his Dr. Westcott. He stated and the Abolitionists outnumbering
t competitor ..Alrttf had made public the revelations below, and York Democratic Convention U Vice Clu Gt1 at Cuba.
'not advised. Judge II. in the that he had incited portion three to one. By the
yet speaks most'igtsteful him him -
to meet face to face' I agreement
his failure the STRAGUSK, N. Y., S State democratic Mr.
to reply to challenge of that press plI6.-Te Forsyth' Secretary of Legation, left Havana between the reverend their
of the kind and I
term before
treatment the ut that the Doctor ntema.
generous people seemed to cannot be considered otherwise than significantWe convention hate nominAte Amass J. Parker as on the 10th, in the Daniel Webster for New York, speeches are t be published one book,
received the hands of the "
at Democracy wherever and could
prefer bu.h.fghUDg. not be induced quote from the Xc. : their candidate for Governor an I J. J. Taylor for with for Washington. for general elreulatron.-Peensylraniaa, 131A.

be has met them, and is perfectly satisfied with his to canvass the State in his company. The Judge's It has long been openly charged John the office of Lieut Governor.Vvllbw deFptbt -.---- ---

prospects throughout State. I remarks in this connection were interspersed' with Webtcott that he was a Know Nothing upon; that he for the 17odia1
4 0- flashes of wit which did not fail to .brng down I joined that order during the brief period that'its taverln Charleston EDITOBS: i is supposed by that dispatch sent to New York by Lieut .ft. reporting .

inclination of Mr. Chairee. the house." The speech as a whole, as already star seemed to be in the ascendant, and when its Cnnu.rN. Sept 20.-The Health officer an Wakulln county goes I against Hawkins. many be forty cases of yellow fever at Key West on
We have received the following" card from Joseph observed .. admirer fondly hoped that it war destined to destroy flounces in the city papers of tires morning that I may
.eminently f. the vote at the so. but .Truth it mighty and mil prevail. One of the 23d of The editor say:
utlaetr. root and Augst"
Democracy branch. Is this
there were 188 deaths Yellow
Chsircs. Eq., declining the nomination by Fever in this city
recently Centerville in October "i true or is it.false? Democrats are entitled to the mo_t influential of the heretofore oppositiontold There en yellow fever in our harbor, on
tendered to him by a mongrel gathering st Hodg. Speeches next followed from Messrs. Brevard, Y know and Miould know. But John We.tot. -. daring the Week ending on the 18th inst, and in- me that he could not support Westcott thatHawkins bar of vessels In quarantine,and a few ease sent

son's Still Mr. CL's declination was just what was A. Long, Yieplge. Galbraith and Dr. Lamar. mains @itnt In his circular he neithe nor eluding that day. had not only a true balance-feheet; but hospital from such .eltL but there is not.
expected of him by.thoic who know his unflinching Each of denies it opposing the regular Democratic rate of yellow fever now city to our knowledge
the 'a brief, and their efforts nominee, and charged with being Utah Affair. proved it by vouchers who cannot b dou\'tecl l or was there on the 23d of August; and
Democracy. He is, moreover, a warm supporter were followed with the warmest and most enthui-ias- bound to its avowed" opponent by solemn treacherously oaths, W ARt* TO: Sept 18.-Officers from Utah at S you may rely on old Wakulla for Hawkins in there ha. not been forty eases this year either in
of the regular ticket at the head of this paper tic demonstrations Time he does not dare to Leaven the harbor, hospital or all
applause. will not allowus avow hs opposition, and has worth express the opinion that there will October. Hawkins for Congress Walker for Register city together.

: to dwell upon the many good things said, but it not the honesty) to confess it. Such a nan it e ntitled l/fe mot's trouble among the Mormons.[ goes Wakulla. Yours, -. -
LAKE COMO Sept 13. 1858.MIMI. was the general testimony that no speeches could to no mercy from any quarter. The manly 93 The Great Atlantic Cable.A .
of the Democracy scorn him. No true The Fever In mobile. LUDAH.5P sublime idea-an iron arm which reaches from
&. EOITOBS: I am Informed that I was nomi oppnent
have been
more appropriate or have been more \'elenr' the principles ot the 1 called American A dispatch received by a gentleman in -a. one side of the ocean to the other, just in the same
as a candidate for the Legislature by the: cordially received.At party ashamed of those princplei No true believer the .lontgoD. According to appointment Judge HAWKINS way as the golden arm of S. Swan it Co., stretches

h meeting recently held at Hodgson's Still. Feeling this stage dinner wa announced and the dart eoueea thtJ is Westcott ? efyj says Confederation. from a reliable source addressed the citizens of WaknJa. at New Port on from one end of this great Union to the other. The

very thankful for the good opinion thus manifested crowd Adjourned to one of the best Bar- We answer, il Westcott man." He believes in Mobile, dated Mobile Sept 16," says .The yesterday morning. Judge was listened to one gives news of general importance and the other
by those fellow-citizens who in John Weetcott, and if elet.e wUi to the bet yellow fever here is an epidemic. with marked attention and respect lift left in the news of special importance,namely that if we sead
ofn.y participated in \'acut it has ever been onr good fortune to par of his ability, promote John W ed- The Mobile Board of Health twele eases afternoon for Quincy by way of Talahaae. with to those gelteeD.' Augusta,Georgia,ten. five or
the nomination, I yet must decline the positionthus take or From this I feast of fa things" the audi report the assurance that be would two and t hal they will give ns a .whole!

assigned me, a* I could not serve in the Legislature ence again repaired to the stand where they were cottAs Mr. Westcott, therefore, chaoses tS remain of yellow fever for the 24 hours ending a 6 o'clockTuesday support of the Democrt of Wakulla, as ..el as half or quarter ticket, may realize us from

4 even if elected. A* I am about to leave addressed by :Mr. Hart a* already referred to, who silent we answer for him; i incorrectly let bifei! evening, Sept. 14th. many old line Whig twenty to seventy thousand. colarln one of their
deny and explain; if correctly, keep silence After the address, a public meeting wa i called single number lotteries, .hkh every Satur
home cot to return short of a fortnight, I adopt was (u1o..ed by our young fiiend A. J. Peeler. and .dmi. From Ha.ana-BOO 8Iaves Landed for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the day.

Ibis mode of communicating to my fellow-citizen Call were then made for Brevard Long Ville. le ,.a and is a member of the eo-cslled Americans NEW You Sept 20.-The steamship iliadlVir.. State Senate, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the

my non-acceptance of the nomination. pigue and Dnval, each of whom ponded in a or Know Nothing prty. A well known nor has arrived with dates from Havana to the resignation of Dr. J. M. MCBRIDE Judge HENDER OBITUARY.
member of the order tb SON, Chairman Cot liven
was for cooperation ; FisnixxSecretary. Oa
Very respectfully brie and happy manner. Gen. Whitfield and CaptD. when it deemed bt 15th inst. motion of Dr.
was by advisable McBuiDE. II. WALSh
was DUD iu this the
party Capt I. on morning of the 20tl
: B Bird of Jeffepon, also responded to calls to establish a lodge in St Arignstine The Sugar was in.et\ in consequence of holders unanimously nominated an recommended to the cty.
i inst., ajter short illness Mr. S.
-0- a ,
made upon them in pertinent name of tha gentleman can be given, (if Westcott advancing their Sales were moderate. voters ot the county.
apeches pretensions.
Lloyd." The meeting. as a whole, dare deny the charge.) Westcott met him with all We feel authorized in saying tnt the meeting 40 years..
As an instance of the effect of railroad., we refer The WA sue.eess. the signs and grips of the order ko1i ftily to the A Spanish slaver which had been abandoned was would have offered, pawed a resolution approving The de eased was a native of Lnnenbnrg county

our reader to the advertisements of W. L D nit utmost good humor prevailed through.out. initate consulted and ad'itd him, pro found off Colorado reef. She had succeeded in the Administration of Mr. BCCHANAK-Hind that Virginia, but had resided Inthiscity and transacted

it Co., in another column, who have opened a store not a word falling from any of the speakers earnest desire to increase the trnttbcfs of lauding nine hundred Africans at Cardenas. H similar resolution oed have been adopted by basinet as a merchant, for a number of
'. calculated to wound the feelings of a single indi the order and to promote its prosperity, rind the the meeting which nominated some time since Col ,.r
at Lloyd, (Station No. !,) on the Pensacola and consequent defeat of the in T. J. M. } thtHoutt.--\'atitlIa Time previous to lila death. lie was a man of integrity
vidual. The Democracy of Centcrville are still Democracy ftery LATER-ARRIVAL OF iCUUD01 fu ,
Georgia Railroad A year ago, the site of the village way identified him"4>lf with the Know Nothing TiE Sept. 22t3jrtYe/ in all his lulioe.relations, warm and generous in

was a wilderness. Now however throughthe warm in the glorious cuse. United and enthusiastic party. At tlii time Mr. John IVesteott held a NORTH BRITON. feais fo11ltla.that a family of five feeling ant li.be in disposition. To know him
they will roll tip more than their usual majority lucrative oftice from, a Democratic 1dsrIbktrrtion.A had
enterprise, of W. F. Lloyd, Esq. a number of ---- Seminole eo" Ierl There was noone intimately was, to love him for hi. large heart, his
in October. knowledge of tide fact would have cafrccd his authorized to
receive them.
lots have been laid out several houses built, a ><'at. COTTON. ADVANCED 1 led.QCIBEC of hand and estimable .
1 m instant removal. It was, therefore, kept *eeret.- this fuel has been sent to the Governor who will ready ope many qualities.Rl -

office established a well filled store commenced. [/Vow the WaliUlla.. Time It did, however, leak out bmpicion was excited; ,Sept 21.-Tbe Montreal Ocean steam hip we suppose authorize some one to take charge of fnit cat ia pact.OCT" .
sod a tsir prospect exists Itf a snug little village tbe chnrge wa made against him, and he, to save North Briton with them, until Gen. RECTOR These Indians
OFFICE TRUSTEES INT. IM?. FUND. ) hi'office, boldly denied it, asserting in a letter teSenator Liverpool accounts toSept. the that did .hal arrT.
the effect of the railroad. they Billy Bow
growing np-all Similar say legs
T.LLBAIE&pt 18. 1858. )f Mallory, .I (Welto') never was a Know 8th, has arr rd, had WE are authorized and requested to
results will follow the progress of our road, and FJilo lVaklla T'Rtl Nothing ; I despise ad they know it," or The cotton rasrVet had improved 1.16d and SST: We understand that GOT. ha aDD e DAVID S. WALER as a candidate

greater ones in the increase of population the enhancement Past SIR: You copy in your paper a notice from words t that effect tad equally abusive. For this closed frm Manchester advices favorable. I i i. and ordered a settlement of the Perry account approved of- for re-election t the ofc Register of Stat.

of the value of land and renewed Impetus the New York 1'ott, that t1C interest upon the Florida denial too( the proof con be furnished without going stated that signals through the cable had ceased. Gen. Carter-which has been Linda.
to burners vfall kinds. Rail Road Bonds, due instant, was not paidat far from Jacksonville.This ..done.-Iid
maturity.There then, is the charge \te broadly make against SECOND pisrATcu.Qteitce .
0- may have been a few delay John We.tc tt, thft, while pretending to be a ,Sept. 21.-Mr.T. C Bright, the engineer- For the floridian and Journal. '

In publishing the proceeding of the Hodgson'sStill out of excessive caution on daY of g''iing, Democrat, he joined the opponents Democracy, in-chief to the Atlantic Telegraph Company, has ATSCISA OTIE, 14, 1858. For Sale !
meeting we inserted them as they were but I presume no posi lye refusal 1 to pny. necessary and afterwards for a few dirty dollars, denied the been MESSRS. Sept HOUSE: and two numbered 42 ade
the Lord EOITOBS
Te A Lot
by of Ireland.It : friend ofmine A
handed ns, except in a single particular. Before funds have been kept provided, ( were charge and abused his new ames We beliete this tnighte Leut.enant young literary 48, in the original the Cty.
they appeared in our columns however Mr. Grant ready in this casein a good J
authority to pay the interest upon indicate the sources from which afinformato is France and England is much larger than previouslystated. line for perusaL Their merit and melancholy tably situated f.r a .mal family, kitchen ant)
the Chairman called on us!, when we pointed out; wrd. several Rail Roads as it becomes due derived, and, if not fully rtrad association lend them an interest of publi a good well of..at.,. POe.1 given immediately. -

omi tons in the report and the objectionable appearance which has been regularly and promptly done. accusation in the anrpieaturanner. If,however he The Secretary of the Atlantic cation. anj I submit them worthy with his 1 Price low for cub Enquire of Theodore Ball,
of his! own name as Chairman of the Recently some for Interest upon the Lan remains ei'ent under tIll imputation, we ask, is Telegraph Company accordingly ( or the undersigned. NANCY EBORN.
Committee on Resolutions' to all of which he u.rnted. Bon of one of coups Roads, was passed upon there a man in Florida who would not be ashamed in a letter to the Press, states that intelligible consent) and the preliminary notice. Sept !3, 1858. 89

for coupons ((1 alike are they)of the Rail to vote for such a man T aignals ceased on the 3 Sept A corps of practical Respectfully.AUGUSTUS.
He directed
one correction. which wss Road bond ; And although my letter to the Bankdesignated These revelation show up the character of John electricians are at Valencia investigating the cause a NEW
made. Since our last isue have received the l SEE GODS
we another Internal Improvement -
-hic.tbe Wertcott in a light that must be disgusting to of the of the Mr. I
suspension disease of which five
of the
visit from him, and he informs us that head Fund provided for, they took current The crew of the brig -
) likewise directed that his name should be excluded time, in this instance to telegraph relative t the eviry honest man within the borders of our St.We thinks that the trouble is near Valencia, and in the died and of which all were sick was, at first, sup LLOYD. OA' PE.t GEO. RAILROAD
September Interest have been accused of undue spot he He is confident of ultimate -
( .from the resolutions. We did not under severity previously r..paired posed to be Yellow Fever and considerable alarm -0----
Yours respectfully, language employed in depicting his political success in his investigation was created but the who first boarded XPECTING lot of Good
stand him a* making that request at hie first visit, C. H. AUSTIN, Cnn ; person J daily, a lane Dry .
otherwise of course his name would have been Trea B. cf Trus. Int Imp. duct; but who after reading the disclosures! made 0 and slept on board several night have DOW, after JLj Groceries, Hardware an Crocker all of 1 hifbw
suppressed :'und by the V *, would wish word STILL LATER.-ARRIVAL OF THE e offer rhea W. L. DENNIS CO.
as desired and we make this statement jy The conpons were due on the 1st- < a unpaid that has 17 days, escaped any attack of any di.eae. and I 18S8. S9 d
grace, payable on the 4th-and we think it likely been uttered against him T We have called him a though there has been constant communication Sept 23.
DOW as a matter of justice to him a. he had
nothIng they were the bank that dalurel Jiagara.
paid by
on in "
to do with the preparation of the resolutionswhatever. a day or two after.. It was unfortunate that)the trickster and a .traitor. Docs not his record with the brig no sickness baa resulted from it- W. L & Co.

They were the handi-work of a "life Post did not make itself better acquainted with the invite such epithets? Has he not betrayed the Coton Advanced 1 8d DvriM Week. The bhip-fever, which i i. non-contagoa, wa doubtless m Store Dens Four,Segir., Rise

long enemy of tbe Democracy." Mr. Grant is a facts, before making the announcement of the nonpayment Democratic party? Yea, more. .he-not. be. HALIFAX. September 22.-The Brithish and North the disease. HAVt Coffee, which we offer cash cotton

I Democrat whose estrangement from hi* of the coupons; as the announcement un trayed even the Know Nothings themselves American Royal Mail steamship Niagara has arrived We have not a solitary case of Fever on the or Country Produce.
party tend to emb Mr. Cabell
explained may .rrass who
While 18S8. 39
in 25
full ( Lloyd Sept
friends we arc sati fied will be but temporary. it now in Europe, for the purpose of purchasing elow.bip with tat. party A with Liverpool accounts toSatuarday, Sept Island and no other complaint at present, unless aCe

> Iron for the Pensacola and Georgia R R C. ..ib charged by the JV>v.. he writes to Senator Mal llth. or two of colds be 1 classed. A. s Cash Advances
the same of lory "I never was a Know Nothing I COMMERCIAL.
Among those who received the degree of M. D. description bnd ; t'.e t/r "
COTTON Friend iniVl
\/TADE -
hipped our
at the recent commencement of the Atlanta (Ga.) w and they knots il r> This denial-this abuse of hisnew Liverpool Cotton Market.-The sales of cotton for Wreck of the British Brig Edward A. New York.o W.L t CO.

Medical College was the Rev. J. H. M. Gardner ofCenteuUle. Hand Loom allies, was uttered.,to save Mil office t Thus, a the week 67.0 bales. Middling qualities had advanced Florida.Loud, at Hone She Bar, on the Coast of .Lloyd, Sept. U, 181. a DENI a

Leon county. We know Mr. G. well, A very ingenious and beautiful piece i of mechanism oar cotemporary says for a few dirty dollars" he Id., and the market closed firm. M
We found board three
and predict fur him a high position in the medical intended to take the place of the cumbrous, repudiated the Know Nothng. and to show,his on miserable, helpless W. L. Denis & Co.;
wretches the survivors of the
only The
old-fathioncd Hand Loom utter abhorrence of W)1 FOR Store Blankets-
profession. ordinarily uat d.hall beenon expressed his NICARAGUA in Kersejs,
1 YOK. Sept 21. Gen. Wm. Walker left today captain, mate and three seamen bad died i of some HAVE Sbeetiaps and For sale
y- exhibition for a few days in this city. From a contempt for them in the strongest possible terms, Nz" Shirtings. tep.

The Gale on the Coast. hasty examination: of it, we think it is well calculated .I despise them, and they know it I" I it to in the steamship Star of the West, for Aspin- malignant disease. The vessel l,left to the mercy of Lloyd Sept.!5. 1858. a

The barge mentioned by us last week having U supply a long felt want in domestic econo much to say that \10&0J in October will walL I is rumored that cannon mu.ke. and the winds and waves, had been driven ashoie. In For sale

been carried out to sea, from the Spanish Hole, my. I is cheap simple, cal be made by the commonest show ta his contempt is heartily reciprocated.. other munitions of war, were seat out by small the cabin, among the usual appurtenance, were and Iron

during the blow on the 16th Inst..u found the mechanic I easily repaired and can be If he .d p d" the Know Nothings in order t canal steamers, a few days ago. I is also reported the Log-book, and on the slate the nncopied record 1\ATAILS, Holow..ar. W. br & CO.

in Ockolockonee '. worked by a small child or keep in, are they that Gen. Walker will at Panama Until men of the daily journal Appended to these t6 1858. L DElIS
following day Ba No lives were clumsy n Seven hmsl 1 forTing as not to atop Lloyd. Sept I
& the words rob out-the! lat
lost different kinds of cloth-jeans, satinett, cloth, "detpite" him in turn, in keep him out of and arms can be concentrated for a foray on Nicaragua. were 'Dn't th.

The N. 0. steamer Or' .aba touched off St Mark blanket twill, herring.bne. double plain cloth and office? What says the &1 wl record of the unfortunate mutr. For sale !

on Friday morning. seamless bags-can be woven, and the change in -. ACCIDENT TOTHE* CA "DOXT RUB THIS OUT!" TT70OD W and Willow,,,a Crockery, by

machinery from kind to another The Charleston Courier of the 16th L Upon the reef girds .L DE1N C
The Calhoun still lying on the flats in Ocil- one can be made publishes a Qceste, i is believed Trinity Bay jutting t.ht.
SptIt Uoyd.Sept25.lSS&-
-------- la Bay at the last accounts. She has been lighteredof in five minutes. Its superiority over the old handloom statement o the cotton crop of the United States that the accident to the cable is near a the shore,and A The nlefl.bor,of ocean Honb Bay, -

J all her freight, but a very high tide will be required is striking. On the old loom, five motions are for the year ending August 31st, 1858.. The total : if*o it cia be readily Out-chora are the whimpering spray; For sale !

to float her. required t put one weft thread through-on this crop is put down at 3,117,496 bales; the increaseover i repire And o'er and o'er a Jekle bark and Saddlery.W.L.DEIi'NISI.

The brig Gen'I Bailey was carried by the current but two. The labor necessary t make i o eight last yea?. crop a 172,691, and the decrease I NEWS ABOUT THE CABLE They glance In ring, BO Sb co.

OD to Long Bar but will get clear on the re yards on the old would make twenty-four on the from the year before 406.74 bale Taken forborne NEW YOBK Sept. 21..-The honorary directors of r While The darker streams flap Its the cloud, and dark! Lld Sept. 25.1858. 39

raoval of a part of her cargo. Up to Saturday last new loom, while the labor i of a different character use this year 4'4,12 b1n. Quantity consumed the Atlantic Telegraph Company have today received tempest .ht.tre wing

Capt Neyes had been unable to procure a lighter, not requiring the operator to> remain in one by and in the hands of manufacturers north a dispatch from the Nn foundland Superintendent When Heaven sent narippled Ai For sale !

and this will account for the non-receipt of goods He may sit C stand, work it with one Virginia 474,124 bale. T crop of Georgia is in which it is stated that the electricians I And dimpling tides ana breeze lair, ROPE Bagging and T..in.,
Jt.io.both stated which 7,551 Islands. have been unable to communicate with Valencia A* if D demon flag could rise W.L DDc
by her. There is no more clever and obliging gen at pleasure; beside the loom is neat a 282.V7-f S
And Its shadows there! Lloyd, U, 1953.
tleman on the deep, deep sea" than Capt S..and and convenient, occupying only the space of an The crop of S Island Cotton fur the past year since the first day of Sptmer. Electrical manifestations We .hak t khtdJ dial and reveal Sep I

we happen to know that the inability, from BO ordinary breakfast table. The patentee of this (included in the general statement) stated as fol.lows however, indicate that the difficulty i I The ( of a life For sale !

fault of his, to deliver IsIs cargo promptly, was the valuable labor-saving machine S C Meftdeaball, : Florida 18.154; Georgia, 7,551, and South at or lea the Valencia oee. This Intelligence I Which glowed beneath the tho der's pcl TINE lot of H.nD and Tobeeco.

source of great regret and annoyance to him. of Bkhn a l,Indians The owners of the for I Carolina 1.841-Total.40,566 bales; against 45.31 seems to confirm the news received by the North I And wavered 'tuid the stormy strife. A 8. J. CtX

The Wekulla Timet, of Wednesday last, says: Florida are Ms n& King fc Boozer, of rgt. in 1856-7; -44Sltln 1855-6; 40.84 in 1854-5..*.d Briton, in which it was stated that it was believed I W* saved but that commanding *soul Id Sept.Jl, 185$. UKuia

We fear from what we can learn, that the Bus, who are offering"county right for sale, or..i ",686 bales in 1853-4. the interruption or derangement t the cable was The daring monarch of the deck

country has received great damage. Fences gin. dispose of the right for tie .whole State The quantity of new cotton received at the ship near the shore of Valencia office, and that the cause I Ah. who shall rush where rn School !

house, hed corn-crib4,, stables and other building ping ports to 1st September in probably remediable. And trek the sadder, fcoHer wreck? 'cRS. bsare.open.dbt.LVI
have been prostratedl While cotton which .a Hi cabin Mi as when he died
I Scnoet. at the North West oMaaoeiie .
TO PosTmrrEM.-Complaints, the 1858 bales 1854. .bales
IKU.l says .. 1,890 en
Lad suffered before from the of the bollworm Hi* *howe4 (he course throughout, Odd Yellows fe
I and catterpillar. h** been ravages thrashed out, and Washington Star, ha-viag bees Made to-the Fe 1857. ...... ... .10 1853.. .. ..... 716 Harkct. And l"&record we descried a Le .
,. 1856. .. ... 1852.. ,. .... Nay 16. Sales of Cotton to O Pi Fort: Ta' ,
a great deal blown'dcrwit, aiael"n setae case the Office Department the "esfeews&odyaad con 1,0 .4 .126 YOBI. Sept to-day These few ibortirords: rub tbiaoutt"OgtsiituieGoJwhenIibiflb4 & mouths, 1'
t .... .. 18B1... .....,. Dn't or
talks twisted off.Weunderstand' :: of the mails" are intrusted be persons not 185. 3.00 a.2 300 bale Flour firm with sales of It.000 bne1 p a. 39-frr
1 that the brtJg aems loss Creek and under the 1.Ct.-T Florida &IJt Crop. The returns Wheat firm, *al.2.0 bushels. Cora, sale 78,' -
1 hube.narrL.dawSy.: qualified a.i fallowingregulativa from St Marks, which A wreck open the reef o/deaUr. for !
% Jefferson ad Madison much' danafe he* been *, which arms of l long .tadiD a pub FU., makes the for ialude'lewp 000 bushels WhiU 85 cents, \ a advancing lag there from llle's uniting sea, Plttn. V!

:1 lone to thr crops. Ac. )fio,- Bllttoa Benam)', of lished fur the benefit of an coseerne. : lipt a\ tendency.5iw ruthless Time's br A ..
h is .
Jefferson..had eleteu) mules killed by the :-blowing cease their asmiatants and clerks ports their 6.7 b18. the 1st evidently showed an error the j far YOBK,SepLl8.-31alM of Cotton to-day 100 O grant, that'aeath he. 0
POtnla.cn..m August receipts
Jo'wn of his stables.on. Ktf bale] Breadstuff firm,with tale Without one dim med startUag '11Hz rxw tot. eaJ.I .
as well as ietfer-carrier. carriers to to have been only 3,064 bales 4i bales ear/, average Spirit db
II- take tho oath of office -CnidlPH, and send arrived added make their receipts of Turpentine 6r at 48 @ 48.Gen. II, too, may wrt. wish e* *ef.n 'fl.phi.ciiewellknOwe. It kwihfc .
fHtur J. West lne thi wol "Don't nA Oi ..tr
or ,
Thcs assi
FoAMaJccofEey _
them for file the 3.078 : _of
t they enter a10"t, placed the other T.lt1-d .
it dI..rted thli'Ilfe, in that,city oa $,turdrr evening' upon tMir-u. cert: Florida S Island* rec ptoasy ,wit, 'make" I .,DBIVEB b resigned &tffiea 0 Governor ? Y O w see thai I have t.sets "poctioliaeose 10.. .ip.a .
the 28th ult He one'of tbe earliest the : .. 5cVIW. .
was settlers at person Ude t..a cn,atoaJ elp 18.154 ble. reported in tU -wIaterz:1.: *, whUh, however" d. mar the, wt &

r Keyre.baviagam1te.tLereIc;: 182$. n.'Y.j.A'I.cti.d office.to employed Tr4eciaI-age.t.dth.! ,asa department t and post all Crop Table.from We.1 ti that the_Florida front ( moD Me fcjouMaow b resigned a*Governor N. deslga. l..o that IsraJ4.mebedy, B Ie 1a M a.. oaU1 1& p. e.

: ; energetic citizen,and aided largely' postmasters will promptly report *T1 fnln of Ct'r this season IOIr'i coaddenbly short of 1 s be territory. to taka effect I*January next. 1]ftoper words the Me*as I n>vt !i in nj ewninm.JAMJ53 n at. G. O. 8.. :
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A ptVc tifthe Atlantic Tilf graph Colic I A by giretiotieetbat two Kttra7tbe one:dncrib.td *0. TRIIIMPB4TSWAN :

cAi; HE REIN AT TilE HOEE OF. .. .: sji cutnin light bay mule and the otlur M a -- DIER fx' ad those .. -.. -
: rnfiTi ruilc. have Itrii titkin cp bv Davi'l I.!'!. Srwhich' .. CONSUMER RjCHAaD*** M eboaLl 'uiiliec 4e 4d' tU 3SESwM .
Y-E S fc GORMAN. I "ill l I" offered by me for; wlo! /It publw< i'cry, : A RARE CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT tb;enwiu'ue,' good : 4 CO.
: that the articles are etcd' *&h al triifwitt
b f->' the C,.urf!. us e'-d
) -- --- ; on the fir t Sheriff' tale fill)', which Lull .cur 0______ he full name of the firm.RlCHiKUSOfc ,
NEW GtODS-NLW QOODS. i ttn ioy! after the expiration of two mutitlm from the SOM 1 OWDt. ; & CO/f? txXtenoe are It-gri

date of. this notice, tn the law directs. a* a guarantee of the ouodue &biht of(Re And .A AtrthorteA by/the CTATB of tUO.4

WATCR&.CLOK$. I _*r!. 25,. 1858.I .___ C.S9-2m BRYAN, Clerk. ffil I : m-j: Jl I m mI I Good This caution u rendered ewentinUf netrt-ary a 14 dtfr;I'C f e mj".j adct
i defi Ijnetis are cA.t
1 large quantities of inferior and live hr. Le4krtet cry 4nzswJi.iy; us.rpriasjiri
Jer7r3', i'fVrrr Wiirrtnd Fancy Good C Pattnersp.ipNotice.. j prepared season after eawn and sealed with the_ paid P"'l.dlfOlt'fl -.r. a

-0- name of Rlhrd by Irish Houte -ho, regardless 'or'Il htrd Asia "'471i1Leu7
B. THE UNDERSIGNLD hare this a .
H.t'UNDERSIGNED wT day of inflicted alike on the Ameri.-an 1.V lifE WORLD I >
are no* receiving tAre
r- a eo.psrtneru.hipunder the Firm uisaeof consumer and the manufacturers of the genuine Goods
and veil elected etock of CARRELL A MAXWELL the transaction ofa I Reduced will not readily abandon a business p> rpHE fcllowlng bheuce white SraVuty B.Swaa {4
to Fraction a ttale.
\ValcJtfs, Clocks Jcvelry, Silver wrf P/cfft/' General Mercantile burine. a while purchasers can be impor oo with Os JL *' Wtni.ttri..hhe SpartA Ac.dem1.;Lot- '.!
U"are md Fcnry Goods, July tat, 1S6S. worthless character. teiy. ia each of ti.dr Single' )tn! Ler Lntt.If' H

cf -- -- J.JIULLOCKE "J. B. LOCKE. Agent I SEPT. 1858 at "Ax utta.- Oiwrjpa. ia public. under

Consisting 56 Church St., New York.&pt.18l858. I .the upvrintcndtnceof.Comoawa nu .
Cents Knt OulJ nnd S..tir; Hinting r.teLt.Lut'r NEW FIRM & NEW sMEi iiNwsiii
Watches. GOODS .. M 8-ly _ Clan 31 Draws on &tiirSig.ssn&P C, IUXCtatt .
32 Press m Saturday. 8ft*+ltr 11. I8.6&6laas
Gent fin* hirer Anchor) ard Lepino Watcha'Ldt.s At fit StanJ/< rmerly occupied Betlon& Wuiaker.Carrell&Maxwell. EE3JJSrc.LE L\t.1 S3 lJr-rnu Oft &ffiriy. &ytsuii5is' 11. 186f: j4Iota
fine Owld an I Hinting Auchor I .< :
Notc & .sih.r 1U6 4
.. oren Dial 1 -- I II I hereby given Widow of N. St Draws oa sSardag. $ I.

. Elegan l Rt' ,f Flormtinr Minnie Paiutmgs. Cam. I Now on Exhibition at WM. JL GUODRICH'S CRPRNTKR SHOP, Reynold's iS G. Fennell, late of Jefferson county, deceased, OF 2fffjfBER8..
.'0'. Luva; Co''il: and Gold ton lepU Cue' Gold and : I Street Augusta, Geo., where it can be seen in operation .from the will,six weeks after date thereof, apply to the Hon. SINGES-

Silver Fob chain Gi ard tind Vest chains Lad.es fine 0I hour of Bto 1 A. J1f., anrl from.2 to G P. M. Jadge of Probate of said county, by petition for dower OOOOTicket1
Cbatajniin) cLhiiw Ladies fine Gold (Corn! Jet Bracelet I "V\7"E have just received f>om N'ew York an ovt I in the Estate of my deceased, balbanc:according to
T T A'eu York Stork principle embraced in this Machine correspond exactly with the old and well known process of I
I *, tfold and Kfum Ied Pins and Ear Gent i of THE law. JULIA 5,485
Kings, }'ENNEL
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and hand labor with the
dressing by working Directly grain in the timber. It produces
: Tcsorn Pin. Gold Guard. Fub anti Badge Key Fine Wi al tIde not liable to cheek from This machine 6th cf.Stpt ,
warp exposure. was patented January 1856 and has
told Iud of FALLVINTER\ GOODS 18, 1858. 38-6w
? Pens Cu!t-5. a lare assortment Fine I "
other The
already obtained a celebrity possessed by none whole machine can be built for one-third the MAGNIFICENT SZHSxtfl
I, Gold urn! Silver Spectacle, Gold and Cotal Necklaces i cost of anr other, and will tire and shine from th. bolt, from 8,000 to 15 000 Shingles per day. For this <
Gold Tooth and Ear Pick, Gold Slide Bell which we intend to sell VaRY LOW for CASH, country purpose, ft only requires a Two Horse Power to work it, at the same time you can make aoy required 1* SELECT SCHOOL. TO .* *AW* XACH ATcaiuT ut SEPTEMBER! J

Buckles See)". Lrckrts. Cliarn.*, Gold and Silver I j Produce or good paper, and we are determined not length and it is adjustable t" any required thickness or taper; it io simple, cheap and durable, any ordinary SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform the cit- 1 Prize of.I ..170.000 ('Priseof..tfcX)
Thimble Sleeve Button and Studs Fine Gold to be CNDcasoLi by any body. I mechanic can make it, and a Lay may work it. THE Tallahassee and vicinity, that the exercises 4 : XO.OOO 4 ; .. 100

j>iDg* and Pins. with Diamond. Rut.y. Opal and We will always keep on band a general assortment To Shingle Dealers, Lumbermen. Capitalists and Speculators, this machine i i. a safe, sure and profitable of bis SCHOOL will be resumed on MONDAY 1. 10.000 1 .. ; .,,100
Pearl Seta Plain and Chased Ring, MIMC Ring, of GOODS of kind, to this invite all call Jtnd ir ,4 ; fM9I
I every usually brought investment. We to see it operation. Any further information can be had by callingon the 4th day of OCTOBER next. 16.099 :,
plain Aud witb aett. market, consisting in part as follows.PLANTATION I the Patentee or his Agents, one of whom will always be found wq s the Machine, or at the Globe Hotel. The studies will embrace the Ancient 4 ... 4.000 60. 600

SILVER WARE : GOODS Natural and Lapglgel.MathlUatic I" : 3.000 60" .. 300It
Scences. Eglish. I" 1.500 100 .. ?
PlaiD* and Threaded" Table Spoon and Fork, Osiiaborgs, Choctaw Stripes I MACHINES. AND RIGHTS FOR SALE. considerable prepared experience teacbing Colege. subscriber Havinghad 4" loool I iso M 100
Desrrt" Georgia Kerseys, I Brown Shirtings,
4' Tea .. Extra Georgia Kerseys, Bleached do. All Letters should b. addressed to SAMUEL If. KINO & CO., Augusta, Geo.I hopes by energy, zeal and clone aUt'ntio to the J4pp""r1"atiPn.

Sugar Spnnn, MiiMard( and Salt Spoons Georgia Plains, I Negro Blankets, I duties of the school-room, to obtain a share of pub 4 Pries of$100 ppr.'>. to /.0,00ft priw aref I. 00

1 Soup Ladle. Pie Knives,Cake d.. Butter and i Marlboro Stripes, | Ac, Ac, etc. lic pa'ronage.' As complete and thorough an 4 :00" 55000 l.tOT 4
Fruit knive,. DRY GOODS I T-EEI.IIJIXFI CJ.A.XWE3 : cation can be obtintl at ti.chl! as at any other 4 :ou. 10.OcO" MO
Silver Napkin Ring. Silrer Card Call1. Porte : I __ institution in the State. 4 1 5" ',000" 600
, Mocaies end Tweeter. Silver Cup and Goblet I Sh.wllll. Corded Satinet. Plain Satinets, Ginghams, I II To Gentlemen residing in the country, this school 4" luto)0 4.00
I Aprou Checks, Curtain Damaska Irish Linen Ta. A.OUtTA, Sept. 8, 1858. this city. I take pleasure in saing that of the many i offers ire than ordinary inucements. a the subscriber 4 .. 75 3.,600" *nO

PLATED \YARE : I ble DalDuka.(brown and bleached) Pillow Case, Ma. S. M. Kma-In Compliance with your request J kinds Shingle Machine I have bad the opportunity I designs paying atttention to 4 ," O" I. OO" 'tOO

:t B" ;utifjl pattens of Silver Plated Castor. Cake (cotton and linen.) Russia, Scotch and Bird I take pleasure in reporting my experience in the use) seeing in operation I never saw one that Sc.complislies the speedy and thorough advancement of those pupils I ,000 priifs.rf 2u are. . .. .. 1 00.(VIi
Paikrta. Cnudle Sticks nod Waiters.t Fye Diapers brown and bleached Ciaoh. of one of your Shingle Machines. My Machine is lo ) the work a well, with the tame economy delirinj to embark in commercial pursuits besides i :

: Fine D. B. Gun, Gamr BaW'. Po"der Flasl*, Shot Linen Thread(assorted.)Suspenders Bed cated about 17 miles below Augusta, near the Au o one so simple io construction, or one .well cheaper in rtc than any school il_ this 6,485 Kile amounting tt:.. : :. . .'zuooo

Poucbe Cap Wad. mid Wire Cart" {'*. Blankets, Print, Coat's Spool Cottons, gusta dI Savannah Railroad ; the material used is adapted to b by inexperienced workmen. place. In connection with the school, a class for ; WHOIK Tii'J,1e $l0 HALVU {5. QUMTXU ':1.I.fXT
t FINE CFTLERT-Table and Dtwri Knirec witb & White and Red Flannels Umbrellas cypress ; power, a small, portable engine on wheels, Truly yours M. J. GILBERT, KEEPING : :. ----
: without Fork, Rodgers t t. Cutlery. R&klg.rs dI UoiU-nWlmr Rt
i:. Fine China Good. Pajx-r lacbe Goods. Mourning, tc, .. works admirably fully up to all you claimed for it, GA. Sept. 9,1858. study .tiil be pursued. Students in this branch : -::(:-- ., .1 .

'[u.s Instntmentt : LADIES DRESS GOODS and far beyond my expectation. This machine is I have seen Mr. S. M. King's Shingle Machine be require daily .to wiita out busipess .transactions, uf Taikag nH! te toil a: the Mlowra'i .

operated by one white man, (having no experience .nyc" 16 shingles within 30 seconds, and without and means have. the rare: / PJrtlpity.f becomIng .I -*, which Is the tkk: '.. .
r Guitar. Violin, Flute Taiiibouriuef, Accordeou, I of every Lind and ttyle and price, and of the very in the use of machinery) and comrton plantation hesitation I:assert that if wel attended, it wi- rive, I IntfmEtely veil acquainted Wlt tractca operation Crtficatfa! of Pa'e ok t Ib TJImli:' t T'lCkU: $80'

Banjoe tc. I LATEST FASHIONS : groes, it turns out from 7.000 to 12.000 shingles ne'l draw and in the complete 15,000 a as thfc theory tt thl rprct. 4 10 ttalf. I. 40

Table Mats Bnekgammoa Board Walking Canes I Silk Robe a Laize, figured Gro de'Rhme Poult de day (of 10 working hours) depending entirely within 12 jint". It is the best Kind of machine forI I ject. OJ 10 Quarter tJ(
HORSe Bells, Japaimcd Wciter. Feather Dusters. Soice. Marecline and Florence Silks Debege, La the supplying f wood tu the machine. i the purpose that I have seen in n>oti< n. TERMS : .
I Paint Boxes, China Sett,for Children, Fishing Tackle, Bayadere Poplins. Delaine a Quille and a Your ob't aerv't L. HOPKINS. W. 10 Eighth 10
Perfumerr & ;. I Lilac Robes (all wool delaines.) Flowered I of the firm of Hight M.1IHT Ancient branches Language of Mathematics and higher Book I In ordering Ticket. or Certificates. fn !Me He
tacmurpby. English, including
-ALSO- 1 money to our address for the Ticket ordered f>6 rtl-
French Delaines printed and At"Grsn, SepUB, 1858. Iron and Bras Founder .
Lchinillt. session of 5 mouths..11: 50
f. 3 or 4 Stereoscopes 'with beautiful Painting, I plaid Cashmeres Swiss and I, Ma. S. M. KINO-Dear Sir: Your. Patent Shingle Primary k.ping.BraD.bt.per ... .. .. .. 10 tuG> ceipt of which they will be forwarded by first oAiL
for sale by MYERS d GORMAN. Cambric Muslins Brilliants Machine has been in operation at my shop fqr two We, the undersigned citizens of Lnc.tr. Pa. Purchaser can have tickets ending io any figur..theymay '
f, N. B.-A liberal deduction for CASH. Bl'k A White I months and I have watched it closely. To make and vicinity having in operation mentioned PAYABLE: HALT IJC ADVAN E designate. :' I
Sept. !5, 181 39 Crepe Cord & Shingles it far surpasses any machine I have seen.) Machine, take pleasure m certifying that it D. B. CLA YTON.' The List of DMWH Numbers and Price wlf! b".

,/ Tassels, It dues its work well, and can, in be >. will perform all it is warranted to do, and even more, Any information required can be obtained by application sent to purchasers immediately after the drawing.
Linen Cambric and Embroidered my opinion 1 recommend to the subscriber at his rei-iJeoce or at the Jjf Purchasers will please write their signatufft
Tallahassee & Pen. & GeO. made to turn out from 10 to 15,000 day. Its' ana we heartily its introduction into gen.
Handkerchief extension steel and syl- simplicity and i its durability I do not per think can be I 1 eral use. From its IIlmplcity. and practical utility. Store ol Col. R. H. Bcaar. : plain and give .heir Post Office, County and S U.f" .

RAIL-ROADS. phe skeleton Skills Misses Skirts, Ladies excelled. WM. IL GOODRICH.I w feel ho hesitation saying that it (,i surpasses Sept., 1$58. 36 I Remember that every Prize u drawn and.
I Merino Vests, Silk Worked Braids Mantle and all other machines for the same purpose that ram ---- -------- ----- -- -- payable in full'without deduction. :

Cloaks, Alexander's best Kid Gloves, Lc, Ac, :. b&ve witnessed the Machine of i/nder our observation. J3f All prize of 11,000 and under. paId Immediately
daily Shingle I after the drawing-other prizes x( the usual
EMBROIDERIES 4- EDGINGS: Sumuel M. King, at Mr. Goodrich' work shop and DAVID HARTMAN Lancaster, Pa, I .
time thirty-days. \ .
I An endless variety-Bugle Crepe Collars and lIt'ftl. fully concur in what Mr. Goodrich says of it. BENJ.SNAVELY do. All commonications strictly c6fcfl.3enyl. : .
O. W. WINTERS do. :
of Schedule. STATE FLORIDA. .
Change W. It. Foreman of the OF
Cap lace, Thread and handmade Linen, Bobioct EJg- I RUSSEL Shop. J. STEEL, Drumore. Lancaster Co, Pa. Address Order fur Tickets or Certificate to *. .

i -- I logs and insertings, Flouncing, Ac.BONNETS ACCGSTA GA. gf'pl9tb', 1868. SAM'L BREWER.BRO, Parauise, do. "f.Xf HEREAS, a vacancy has occurred in th frt I S. SWAIN & CO* Augvsta, Ga.
i ON and after Saturday the ninth October. 1S58. : ), J. J. GORlON. Marieta, do. V I Senatorial District! of this State by deat II yf Persofts rea/ding/ near Montgomery, Ala. or f
Train will be ruu d.iilj', (Sunday excepted: ) I have witnessed the operation of ibe above machine A. P. Columbia Lancaster, Pa of the Hon. John R. Brk. Now therefore", tup- Atlan'a, Ga, can have their orders filled, and sayS
us follows: Head-drewe, i Artificial, and concur fully in the ao&ye statements. and ply said vacancy it hereby ordt're that an election I time, by addressing S. Swan & Co., at either of those

; Leave SUtiou 3. WaHccr's ilill. .. 8 A. M. French Flowers, Rigolettes. would further say that Its simplicity and durability We the undersigned, having in use the above Ma- b held ia the manner prescribed by law i the cities. .

Arrive at Tjllar-as. . .. . 9 40 A. M. HOSIERY 4- GLOVES of every kind : so far surpasses anything! that I have seen for making chine do fully concur in the above statement: precincts of*.ud District on Monday 4th (KT: Tickets for sale by E. M. WEST

Leave Tallaha ee. . . . 9-60 A. M. Kid, Doeskin and Buck Gloves, Gauntlets for Gentlemen Shingle, I bat I would have no other at any JOHN WHITE, Pittsburg, Pa. day of October, proximo. Tho Jui'ge of Probate of I I Tallahassee. Fla. :* .
I could the above alluded
if This
Arrive at St. Mark . . 11.15 A. XL I Silk Mitts and lores, and Gauntlet for price machine pet be attached one the to Gin ISAAC WILSON, do. said District is hereby jomrruudeil to make returnsof : y A list of the number tLat are drawn from
Leave SL Marks. .. .. 115 p. M. I Ladies and Mi can easily common TU03 WOODS. do. said election in due form the Office of
"eu8, Fancy and plain Hosiery Gearing and worked common plantation band. t Secretary th! wjieel, with the amount of the rri"_. }at caeb
Arrive At 'Tallahassee .. .. 3.40 P. M. of f Silk, Thread Cotton and Wool G T. OOLESBY by any Cotton Gin Manufacturer. W. F. FAHNESTOCK, do. of State I o'n 4 i? entitled to, wilL be pullian'etl aTtef every'drawtelligencer. -
Leave Tullab.isRce. . . . 3.50) P. M. I BOOTS & SHOES J.M LEONARD, Clearfield, Armstrong to,, Pa. I In testimony whereof I have hereto ae my iog, in the following pppt'rs: Augusta. (Oco 1 ooIItitutior.aliiLlt
Arrive at Wallet's Mill Station 3.. 5.30 P. M. DUNCAN BRYANT. Fernandma., Fla. hand and caused to be affixed the grea seal New Orle-llne helm, lobll 1cJilter.
Of Patent Calf Skin and Glove ,. AUGCSTA Sept.9th 1858. of the State of Florida. Done at
Leather. BUNNIQER. Armstrong Co, Pa. r -I Capitol, I
Monticello PERU Naslite
with P Coachea to C5arIeeon t.lDehrd D' l
Connecting t daily 5. -
and twice a week to Madison Alligator, Baldwin andJacktOO..iJlt' I 5 Kid; Also Russets and Heavy BrtfK*" Ma.JAMFS I. Cou1I..s-Dur Sir: I have seen Venango, do. &L in the City.of 1alahueee. th:" Srd day of New York Weekly t'oAitittf '&obah
pans for Plantation use. I.. the Shingle Machine of Mr. S. M. King in operation(J JOHN EDWARDS, do. yppterpber A. ", I
at Monticello Mondays and CeaftlJ. New Richmond New York Die
arriving die. Misses and Children Shoes of every' description. and from what I saw of its performance I can safely ,, A. P. MORRISS, do. By tie (overor: I[. S. PERRY. Morning Dispatch
and and Clarion sod Little
KriJay, depaitiig Wednesdays Saturday; patch, PAuldiug (Plisa) Itock
Hat and I Three F'ly and )' iiy that it is the best Shingle Machine I ev"d I WM. KEITH, Wilmington N. C. Governor of FWtda.
xvilh post Coach to New Port arrival of awl l which Caps, I'grain( t I (.lik.) Time Democrat.
I JW. doing its work in the best possible manner and i Attest F. L VitLiriouz. See of State.Sept .
returns before drjiarture Train; with the line of Carpet of Brussels I Rugs! of Velvet, DAVID FOSTER do. do. : ) Nov. 14,1837. 44-ly
I being the simplest machine of the kind in UlC. I thnkit 4. 1858. .
Mail Steamers between New Oi lean. Key West ami Notion. I WuodwareVfllnw.aare, | Brushes 36tde I \
Cuba and iutt'm1t'.litejnb the (}ulf Comb peculiarly adupted to the successful manufacture '' We the undersigned hain examined fhs above J3y flori&.la Sentinel !acola papers copy :
on arriving
I Fancy Soaps : Perfumery, : *, Maryland State Lott ries0
shingles ofjfjeading in the Southern States, where tlteeetion.!
i atandaVpirtingrrom SL MaiVsf'n the 15lh and 29ih I StalK.nery. (I machine, have no recommending 1't to .__.u ______ ___ I
are the most available and if' -
: operators
t of every month. ShoulJ t he e dates fall ou turui .\*. Hardware and Cutlery Glass.ware. I properly attended I believe it will cut 12,000; Shingles I) Shingle JOHN Makers WHITE: Wilmington R. FKA>CE & Co., Managers, .
the train will be schedule to connect with
run as per I Blacksmith Took I !
Steamer I Crockery, per day. I i A. P. MORRIS, do. F the Maryland State Lotteries, present tile following .
Iron and Nails, i Guns, Ac. I WM. IIARDEMAN M. M. G. It. R. )}> J. C PERRY, do. O Splendid S.herae ,
the Tallahassee lUad _
Daily Trips commence on on
the lilt October, and 1 until the 9tb tiaie of deporting I Hollow-ware, | I I w: KEITH, do.ISAAC STATE OF FLORIDA. Fat ltt1Gt1ST" I 58.#
I GROCERIES AicrsTA, GA, Sept !tb, 1858. ;.
and old Schedule. I wiLon. do. '.. .. .
arriving es :
per kind MIL.S. M. KINO-Dear Sir: Having bad the WM. S. do. WHEREAS, a vacancy bas occurred in the: fourth : .cJ
R HOUSTOUN, Of and All kinds of WINES opportunity : Dewarr
evrry variety. I ASHE i They eauticnjvnrcha.fi* ofTiclet* to ofordein'tiekets
Pros J bupeiintcndcntjy I fod L10.UORS.Saddlery of seeing your Shingle Machine several HENRTf do. Senatori&Efisfrrtt of tfcis Sate by the re"ig- in LolteKe where
times in operation at Mr. W. U. Goodncl/s Shop in THOMASASHE, do. nation of JI'b' Vf. Cok. Now, t't'rfore. extraanlitirjfhtrge
Sentinel and \VakulLi Times till foibid
copy Pure Lead Potash. offered for email ofTkket$
i Oils Paiut Bagging to supply aid, va W''l' it. is herfbj.ordered that an Capital are a coat. .
_>ept_25.__ 1858._ n _33 ___ ._______ I afrd Rope. and every thin; else usually sold in this September 25, 1858. 39-1 m ,. ,'- election be held in tha manner prescribed Ly law"at -ail such are swindles. .1 ;-* :
I. market the several precincts of sirrd Distntt on J6n
Executors'Sale. We hope that those who wih to buy what i ilJ new, I STATE SEMINARY | 4ih day of Octber. proximo. The Judge of Piobate Forty Year*. They are drawn by it State .OflWrt .
be sold in Tallahassee on the fi-st Monday I I Good ami I Cheap, will give us a call and let us show CHEAP\ GOODSAT of raiJmst tt i Jiereby eoTimanded to make re- and can b* relied on. If you draw m'Prise, jwu Wilt

WILL D ember.(if not disposed of eooJei tn

sale,) the valuable PLANTATION. f..rrarrly I we can suit them in tattle and price. TilE STORE OF offState. Bogus Lottery.eonremH. Bcwatt' >f them. *. .'
owned b! Judge John WLit b .l1. Il i id situated on I CAKREI.L & MAXWELL.RepL MALE DEPARTMENT. I Io testimony w eref. I bate hereto iict my I j t.'" Order in.tha J tr'laIMlSWe.Lutteri...

I Luke Jackson. six miles from Talfahas@ec. and rautains 18, 1853. 38 T. HAYWARD SON THE BOARD OF EDUCATION desire to an I I carfflcd to be affIxed the great seal ,' .AG.IF'-L"i .s d ,

abnut 1500 acre, (all ht&inock laud.) in a l.i:h N. B-We are now reeds ing our Goods from the --Ir---- to the public, that the exercise of this T -I of the State of Florida. Dof a the Capitol. 1 I Maryland State: LOt.t.efj;
state cultivation. Tbe ill pro'cnents consisting of 1' Of'O. T. Ward and Gen Bailey. Institution will be resumed on Monday. 20th i inat.under 1 L 8 in the City of Tallahassee, 3rd day of j '
\\7E OFFER FOR CASII..Uiree fourths of our the superintendence of Rev. D. McNEILL TUR .. t5.S ; :. !
a dwelling house. Overseer Lou e. clliull for 100 116' Sfptembr, A. D. 1858. : --v .1-74 j
ri v T Stock of Merchandise now in Store I To t. drawn I Iq QjTSmore, Q urdar Aufttt tlat, ISM.
t ;
Ac. frame and long acknowledged ability, the
groes, gin bouse. are buiMniga in good. NEW GOODS. NER I epriecl. By : M. S. PERRY. "' *"
order. Fur further particulars, address j. AT COST with zeal, in the discharge Governof of Florida. U Draw Beflol io etcb rtcko e of;t Ticket_ *. d.

: J. R ., TrillTEUEAI Berzeliv: Ga. I of duty be a guaranty, the Board are warn AttestF.. L. VILLJCPICUI, See'y of State. 1 Grand Prize...of.........$ l Ptje. '4 cd........IS,))0*
1 rrUeof .
T. BERRIEN, when they are wanted by the Piece or Qnanlity and I ted in saj log that, under his manaement. so far & Sept.4. 1858. 3 -tde 1 1 1 f. IIIIIIt
C.WEST. when the Stock oo board of the Bailey" and Rut. the means at their "command him aid, t2T* Marianna Patriot, Advertiser, 1 4 .:::::::;::: ::.ooor 1 .' ::::: Lc
Executors, {| J. R WHITRHEAD i CHEAPJOODS. gers" a rives we will offer them by the Piece or tie, Institution will meet the demands of the LtgiV I and Florida copy ApallbicJ electio. I 4* ....... to PTUM. of... ..J.lhI .
Stntioel *' ....... 9 ....
IT. M. NEELEY Quantity (Groceries excepted) at I expressed iu the Act of 1851. That Act -- ----- ------ | 44 ......... 6.0UO f14S .... 111

Sept. 25. 1658. 39-t ai I I T AM now receiving my large and carefully selected Tvenly per cent Advance on Fete York COST has been his guide in the Cure of instruction already James D. Galbraith 1 *4 .1...... 8, 00iooo ..... ..
JL marked out. The Board have every reason to believe a OJ ........ I.UOIJ 'S .... 1.

NEW GOODS | embracing STOCKS every quality of FALL and and ctyle.SILKS WINTER. GOODS, I For Gash I that h* h"laying the foundation for a .Seminary Lad Su'cyer.IA 1 1 "" ....:::::::::: 5,000tUKlO(! : : -:::, t j '.

i Call and Look Buy cJserrherf. of Learning. that will be crtable. as well as pL\T FARMS etc. eecuted 1 ....... 4.1M .... soI
: before you useful to the State. They, t"reort', commend tbeIostitMiQn l' with ........ 3OUO tHO _..e..1r.tf.8B,31&
t t Silk Robes a Laire, ;Striped d'Loir. All who could ntt settle' their bills for fast nod previous to the favorable their fellow cit. OFFICE opposite Clur-house. in building occupied PrI_.......amonllnr to.$6t.8itO

t ASitSE"f&Rt i' ,-01ante, 'Plaid A Plain Col'd Silks years, will.,we hope not wait for January, hot iztca. Young Hen, c Dtem plating a regular collegiate by Long A 'Tickles $10! ,Ihler.l 15, Quarter WJ,ElflJl |t*., :

I'I "a Quills, [Double Skirt 4 come as fast as they get their Cotton to market a i1PAr course, or a thorough scientific course, as wel as Sept 11.1858. :37-1 y CerfllTcstool Package ofMWkole*... .....,....:.l&11. P
those Wb r limited of *x K It HalTM.............., n.eG.
; [Bill of -
Flounced ARREARAGES. t pursue
I ; every quality erct do. dtt.. Qn4iier...., ..... Mae
Flcrina and Mnrctilbe Silks. stud, will 6n& to their advantage t enter this d. d. 54)4btba............ 11.11
---0-- This immensely long Credit puts in to great inconvenience Seminary. ''e instructors: are capable of 5ixo: --AwaysorHandf- _.-_ _
i STYLES FOR Worsted Goods and we hope all who can. will hasten to what they pfoifihi.TXKMS / HAV4NA PLAN. .
Cashmere and Delain Robes Laize. discharge their liabilities, and enible u* to discharge Stinon
a J
wnat also T. HAT WARD & SON. ftr o fre This t. Ac old teed, of lJrarif1"'Pri.in lie .
FALL owe.
AND WINTER 04 .4 e '
y otnnt DeprtieDt. . . . .. .|1! 50 Bacon !.Srdes, Pork, Wheel ,Tlfkett in dftlA.w.-EH'I'I Priu M
Sept.l8,1858. wand
double Skirt, Classical ... . . 20 Sh6uldefs Hour '.Lb-s.aea&i. f' "
--0- Black Bareges and dallies; .. . ... O I wr1'
I l1 Winter Coctingent Eplc. ... 1 0 Hams, raise rAVABL a ITU, vmicc AHXev crKrr.
I SILKS AND DELAINS, Poplins aud Meriooes
and deduction
adjaoe. no r State Lott
except Maryland
Solid colored Cashmeres and Delains and all ofbe!articles ry'
to the GROCERY
and Merinoes Cloths and Clothing. [ i illness. .. ,
Poplins ] I 'KKYAB CLASS'a *
Yftlentias arid Chillies, Domestics and PriuU I Scotch Plaids, I 9GBSI pet and Tuition of a Pupil will not cost a. btP I. KNIGHT A SHINE ; B l
Alpaca's and Bombasines, August 28, 1858. 35OREAI' To be drawn hi ttiMore'M44a1Zurdar Avg. MtII,18M.
Ribbons and Trimmings. Linseys and Flannels, much here as respectable Academies m the.adjoi'uln .
: I _. *
Detains at all pr.t 5 P/iserl ,
Figured prieu. ur.l 40,000Ticket'II "VWe _
Embroider! ft llowery .Blauk'ets and Kerseys I Stairs', two l dht fifty doll.per .
Cloak and Mantillas. (Hats and Cap, ; Sundries : UTE are now receiving per Brig M 0 0.T. WA- !." scholastic year it a m ere. in Ihola. GROCERIES I'j"HE f f > would call particular attention t-; tne1bllwiuplcndjj : ,

BOOTS AND SHOES, 1 English Crapes Bonnet, Belt, and T m.I T V from New York, a general assortment of seasonable Why not eJute your sods I For further iu: SUBSCRIBER scheme, a package. of 18 whv\\ I ti"-
[ GOODS of ( to the 0 and after 4>e Otobr cutting only f 80-awl evtrj otU r .ticket &ig'warrarutpJ.to
Black l Silk Velvet. ming Ribbons constating ortio please apply or any m m- *
and Oil) Cloths, Iron and Nail. I I Pricpl JL c'exf. will confine himself exclusively to draw 10.4Wnnineo
t Carpets 44 RioboM..lltrk i d: cord Silk Fringes DRY GOODS. HATS AND CAPS, 4of ; Board: D. S. W T. W. te f by the tam-
E Cornices and Contains, Paint and Oil, I Ladies Gent Kid Ol TC6.Croehet: HARDWARE, BOOTS A SHOES, BRIT AID, EDWAID. U6i-gTocs, and D. W. O"f l. AUCTION c COMMISSION BUSINESS, ber drawing the Capital! Prize wbethtr odJ or

i Hardware and Cutlery Bagging and Rope, I Velvet ell Button, GROCERIES, tC, f Crockery and Qlaes-ware, .Silt and Fish, I cterest of tbo >* 8tJ.E'OJ scurwz.I .
Silk A Worsted oa1oonsJj81'k cbl'd Dress Buttons, which we have selected with much rare and will sell STATE SETNARY e entrusting property f o bis chary ,
GROCERIES AND FRUIT.A French Eugeuie UE Nonoxy. fair O. A J.MEGINN1S3. fte now offs's b preseut STOCK at reduced prices Print_ ......IKJQOO 4.ApprollII1ar.IO.. ..,t%
f. at prices. TALLAHASSEE.J 1 ... .... 10/KW 4 Ie
close. '
general assortment of the above articles now coming Corsets I I Sept. 11. 1858. 37-* -0--- t R.l BERRY.Auction' I 1 4 ... .... 8,000 4 .'.. W)
tail .5 ....... MOO 4 CI :.: :10
into Store and offering at Hoops Skirts : ---- FEMALE .Cr"icu'Merehnt. i t .
DEPARTMENT.rpHE Sept.4,185t. 36Valuable 4, .,..
To Teachers ; ::::::::::. ;; f .;
LOWEST CASH PRICES Crown Beatles (Coronation Skirts. FEMALE ACADEYo this place,having -- -- -- -- .
Extension Steel Skirts BaTmoral Skirt A RARE OPPORTUNITY! J. been nrd Education, they f : :::::::::: J= 8 '5 .. 1
FOR CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENTS : Cruvelli "jCuilds and" Misses. have organized a Female Department for the State Land 1 4 ..... .. '. .80 !
PRODUCE p ANDOLPH MALE COLLEGE, Cnthbert Geo, the fully Act of NEAR 1 ....... 400 Jf' "
COUNTRY Mantles and Cloaks Seminar. more toury out 1 85 1, ( ) SALfc. r 'II I
: XL .. ...... .' ...
and since its chartered Institution ,
now a present inducements to parents to educate .. ...... .
oB.Bnn.1J.ab1.o- Plush Talmas ColCA'ed'Cloaks and the number of its students and boarder pursuance of a decree of the Hon. J. Wayle 11 & ; : 1
flourishing their daughters AT Hoxk. Nothing shall be wanting IN :..:...... a ;
1'ier. Moir Antique and Velvet Black and col'd Keglan! *, with part or all the improvements and property within the means of the BoardMo meet the demands Baker, Judg of the Middle Cireir of Florida, io .. .... .. 100 art ... : .;: .. 1I
GEORGE W. SCOTT. Mantles I Zephyr Worsted mantles belonging thereto, i il offered for sale privately till first of Ibis interesting class. They have secured the services Cancer sitting will be sold oo first Monday, Q.OOO" ... .. 10 are....,...........WOvOOOr.
Cloth Talmas, Tuesday in November Dfxt. when, if not disposed of of the following well known Teachers: being sixth day of December next at the Cr. H'bolt Tickets ItO,Hitures $3,Quarter $*.*' ""
Sept 18, 1858. 38 Court boose. house in Tallahasse, the following lands, A Certlfpatra of Pxkafe 14 VTboio. wisevepatio.
I will sell it at public sale at Cuthbert Y.D&J"I"
-- -- - -- ----- Laces and Emhroiderles : TERMS One three Ma. A. L. O' RE" A. M, Classics 4 Mathfmt i the Estate of Henry B. Bradford deceased, ( I M wish lo pay UM onlv. win b*Kit br...,,*.',,...ft*
two or more away cnti
Notice.VTOTICEi aJt'ncienne Collars and'Mourning Coli'a Sleeve The Health payments Female Colleges la LEO Higher English Branc iu eleven hundred and ten acre mare or le) d x. do. II halves*. .dq..,.,,,t,.,,, **>
suit purchaser. two C. SMITH. Prepaiatory I em 1k. 4. 15 Qeariers, do.1t
hereby given that application will be Sleent. Emb'd" three Railroad connections and extensive scliool }tS. GRANT, Music and Ornamental- Braoche prsin some of the mOt valuable. cotton land in I do. dlk. 11 Zl htk., .ivitn..I..t P..1,... N
1made to the next General Assembly the Maltese Collars a.Sleev[ Engh.b and French ZinHoolton patronage of Cuthbert, all combine to render this as I Ln county to-wit: The Managerhave hen mpeUed r'the oamerou -

State of Florida for a Charter to build a Rail Road ." broideri", desirable and lucrative a purchase of school pr+pvrt As each (( these Teachers has had from fifteen (o South J of S W Sec. 51, Towo. 2, R, I, Nan}I eotnplaint mad to them *fvifaB! >fulae

from some point ou the St. Johna river, at or near MaraeiUet'." 4 White and colored Dimity I can be made.in the South. The main College Sun- twenty years'experience, the Board confidently hop. SW4t.fE i 4 onthe'pertWUioMwlfilUngofprdelrt.l *- b ea1Lend to4hu'
Lint'b 4 Bavda. house newy-iind with Ih loca that they will secure a wry large ad W i -, 6to-th.iR.I J .
Lake Uaroey, to tome point on Indian River. din and boarding are pte : I
'September 18. 1858. 38-=-Sm .. Pall & Winter Clothing admired by all for either public.or. private use, cessfully meet the expectations of SW1of S B J I oea* and io thf'' pw" i f f'
: tD .,- rTzise.-8ame n in the Male Department I'ortSot1Zi ,. It .
recSdence. -
may be easily eon verted into a matmificent M'a t3f Order'AdJrew ekjrottEe gitli'.
PlantatIon &c. for Sale I. HATS CAPS. For particulars, apply .Tallahassee Plod ,OmameoUf* school' Inhe opetnd at the on customary the VMS lost.Me No! $ .. aUlefrtat.. ... .. &AjfOC A ; -
r BOOTS AND SHOES. da, to. A.l OBRIEN. '*TallahaueeSept.ll. 87 i _a mV .- ltimor.. JiJ.
OFFER sale PLASTATIONsltuated 18 1838. 38-8-w All of Cjist iorg'w ofSee.3o.l KcbVf 1 'It6.r. "*
for Sept. March .. :lotTCOMHISS40N
I my Staple and Plantation Goods : IS v '.' Madison Pa- 4.jl >
inHes east from BaiubrMge, cotttaiorog"500 acres '.b.t Setel Messeogcr Mn N and E\ lying East TbomavKTRoad, ((70 acres. .
' tLjM-emis{ .< .good.& eooveoi!if,framed dwel- PlsntationEerseya Oinghm. BricklayingPlastering.. : The abn land lie io tb' immediau o igbbofigodlof
l hog house, a* cpod.well ofwafrr.. gin house and Georgia. Plantation Reeseta UNDERSIGNED begs leave to .th. Nto. ., extendJag rom the *'Y ar to' : AJCt /
screw, pegro aqa olh r nut. building amiable for a Louisiana M Apronecka THE ofi&T rson county and the ia FotfRwee1s? apply to the Hon. the Meridian road. aodVitt Le told cither id'* body

plaotaUoa of the \ i deacnptioo.- io, 800 tuah1 Blue,Denims, Tweeds Satioetl, 4 Kiss that he'ie-prepred do any kind.9f.aul: woyb :; of county, for ao or. or*io separate tract, M may seem mod agreeable to 61P.yrie Sired _
1. coin, cattle, bogs' t mule s Pjoke of oxen and Checktaw Strpea. lucky Jeans, Ct" of business t l.UasIntI decree foribe .te'of the following land, be- J pu.baHri. % iW OJ4'Qo'. /

a cart. Also' a variety i_of house-bold'.and: fckoheufuruitar Mohawk .., LioNY", ll ab"al G. rt'abtef.M ? .tf,, :1 ttqgiar ttb-E4ta'r'Suwlea. late of..,id 1'ZRM.One-third cash the balanc'oo a credit -_- -- ,4f .

.. At the aim time will be offered for hfr l1arlboro'gh Plaida.1. ?1.it4 aOd Red Flannels MonlloSeptIlS,1888. .._., : bw&ty,4cta.ud, t wit: the E 4 ofth S W J. andtheV1ofJheSW1.uf3ee.1gtheW r of one,!w .a three Jn>. the parcbwer to give ZXX2G. : '
negro The abova property If riofprevionsl j diaPo -' \UtastoiwiGing1ia1. Bagging aDd Rope, .D.\, i of teN note with approved **
.ed of will be sold jitpu.Uio-vetiii* oobe pr j t.1roJrn DIuCantcu Wor4Ware. '_ r: 1 For Sale I IA -" W 1, t 3. i Tol; R, N and *,together witb nortfftf. *_oo the. bud*,aDd to S ,LR.RwtakOia. qp. a. .7'
Mouday January, 1859tjipaaa.l bl.P.'. .. ,1'Ia8Oe1a Mallow Ware Also, NO.1 25.and Lot pay for title deed*. k" DeAm A Palmer fooricelX .-

wi hin.(o pBrcha thi a aboTe can obtain n.* *aiymfonuation Bro'ii. and' B19./ LIKELY NERO BOY. M year oU He No ft of factional See.24, all M Township 3. Range4.Nnd Penooa oWroo of purcbwsng will be sLows the S B *rd A Peahen, St.Marks MKy
subscriber 'r'4' muticaI'crocbry be Hotel Apply to ILL Containing m 480 acre*more le**. land ejther by the .
oy communicating with the I may a City E a o nnderaigTied or Jtc. Lawrence, )."*"**> Fllor. West tMers.
reudeot Bed Tick and y.aule.D 8,S. To be ta dtbu aaid *UU the overseet/oo the -
at the above plantation. ,vr \ Knight, E. t pay A zdiitributio. premises.JUNIUS Mc5engnt Orac-nd.. Atlanta, O .
MART STAFFORD. C.RTt. Ad'cr L.TAYLOR. Special Lastcr.i' _i.NMclbmo Co. .' "

L'ecatut, '5.ji. i9t 1S5S. 33-U I Sept. HI, lS !. 31' Talahwce, S"rt 4, 1B55. ;\ : 1 18 1829. 38-4 w I, S 11, JW8. 57. I 4uc.a U. Ittl.. '2-ly \

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The Floridian & Journal THROUGH IN 48 HOURS I AKULLA IRON WORKS, Family Groceries. WILLIAM P. SLUSSER, ;I Tallahassee $eal .

It pul.1&bed .very SATURDAY, by I ::NcIw :Pcrt. F'1n. McNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO., TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. FOR SALE&ta

from in small and "a,1
full Blast. receiving port a ,! linker. of
This Establishment is Sow Under ARE IRO'fV WIIOLESALK '?tD RETAIL Judge the. fIf!: Cimiit
p At Two BOILAES pefnnaaoi, io :\advaue. supply of GROCERIES, including ARE. Chancery sitting. a ill be ... tc the o"'
-- ----- --- Coffee. Sugar, Lard 4 c. Pale Brandy and Wines. I DEALER IN PL\IX, FANCY ANt J..u'\suJ: (the sixth day) of Dcct-inb-r Ue.OWi-lwu..),

TERMS l OF'ADVERTISING.:: MILTON A CHATTAIIOOCIIEC SINCE the death of Mr. Pond, Mr. Ceo. -. KING Also OiK} Paints tc. W AICE.I m Tallalarjce. Tows LOT nnt.t o. *35tr.! [
JU.lot ;
'One of I! Unrs first i $1 00 *.. "cftarge; all\ communications, therefore -ALSO- Tallahassee btmg tie lot
utioo. ;
squ.ir> : r-r e&*. : Stove Ilrnd-Qnarlrr : (I d.e buA-t
.. ieh aut_(]>t.kt LO'rr. U. S. IIai1LiHe relative work, tc., should be addressed! to him. : A large and complete stock! of Ladies: Gentlemen's I 1'n-toftant Church w situated. ti l .
SPLENDID assortment Cooking. Parlor
I All work corning under the head of this business -tod Children's Shoes. Boots Bootees. Also A TERMS :One-tliirJ tie .
ti '::11!ltJJ Huslitei: CarJn io4crt nnimi. I Io Sen:1.:1eek1.y: ::: : | will be promptly mechanically and neatly executed I let stock of Dry (;iooda comprising in part Lady's ,i and and Wood at Stores reduced, priwa. Dea&t I of one two and three year tie pcrclu"0 r gitvnttes

vrrttcmrots not nurkoil 1 Titli the number rf Leaves at as modi-rate a charge as price of labor etc, will Dren Good. Prints Linens plain and drilled : durability tri'L i arpr .ted! scc--nty f r tLc tlrfi.-id, f:.y
Milton and I 10
n'ri.8 ,11 IN C'niltmoJ !rUd. and chargedfff : Tuesdays riday' I just ir.. Bleaciicd and Brown Domestics. Oenaburgg, Yarns Oat Door Work. irent, toltitl!Ricrtgag ole i>rupcr .T '
4 "O"rtiAMt..'n( ptiUication of Wa'' or "tae. I Leaves Chattahoochce'TufsJrl's and Satur. of making-rcouvy, ( trai ee to .a,.) as dear bought I A small but good assortment of Hats,Caps Cloth- Contracting PipesSheet ,t Jl* n;t"fl.. 'A YLOR. SiKi.aU: :,:. r.
... will not bv DJtilthe adv.rti,in, be I experience:. has oeniouetr-ited to me, it cannot be done Zinc Lead Pipes, Patent Pumps. Shop work SepjlItt $ 37
tMS>A gwen w I day's after the arriraJ of the Steamer from is jr, Shiits, Collars, Neck Ties, ic. tic.-. together Ci.ter : '_
in tIde region at this branch of btiHiife but for thebcm'tit
",",I. I with general assortment of all other article of every variety done short notice. i
the Tallahas- ; usually a
Apalachicola an ijlagrfrom NOTICE-Lands for Sale.
__ _. cf tbe unfortunate, who happen to have E.giiirs. :-
0.> __. ... ._ __ I I 'WauteJI and Me re hunts
I. tee, Fla., and HainbriJgc, ia., and such like to repair. I City Country i 1"UE subscriber will sell c'tee half: or nil her land-
:BLACKSMITHING! I IX GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK! The Pattern, istoci:, Jf iffm try, Too*, d c., bfi'-y SUCH AS- Are respectfullyinvittd to gin me a call befoie purchasing Calhoun tmnt They extend from Lor/

-0- I I'IIIS LINE is now in first te(lrd"r. Tbe wnol Large, in Oi'der, tia-l Jood Condition Iron, Hof Spades! Shovels, Plows, Straw Cutters elsewhere. Cane down the river below the bend c.C Allum! Rltiff

Slock han: been renewed with new and comfor- Job tan be Turned Out vitk Corn Shelters. Shelf Hardware, Crockery, anti ty N. B. All articles minufaotned from the very containing l.uou.:C'HI more or )"-1", ainon wh.fh.
I "TOnc.E ll"hereby given that able Hacks. The Drivers are careful sober and ac X.'at"tlfS aa4 Dilpattlt. Furniture. Also! -.flour. Pork. Bacon:Sugar : best material and warte durable. No other arc land* in the vet j justly crlrbrntnl Ik: knitl. PIe
JL.V the Bi.*c* MiTni!"o Dusi-" A liberal allowance of allowed and levi!! be offered ( .. where he cleared fS.OitO.ni
commodating. baggage Shafting. Pullie" Plumber Boxes, Hangings for Moljwc, Lard Corn, Salt, or over about 18 acres "t
.."will be /
continueil a* heretofore to each passenger. Shaftings. Spur Gearing' Water sod Steam Pipe Liquors always on hand, and replenished October 2i, 18M. 4 land. Alv-eomc likely NEGROES can t.
ot the 0/r2 -ST ND of I). C. Witto, in the arrival from bought with the place. f4WIg
C.cks. Cocks Orate rlow by
Stop Gauge; Bart Castings,
name style and firm of AO lfNTS: S'Cat' Rollers Circular and Upright Saw Mill and New Orleans, to meet Wines, Syrups, 1c. For terms,ic, adi'.rew! LTKC [(T. at Lon Can

; H. B. Pitts & eo. At Milton J Ai. A. CHAFFIX:! 'Glint Mill Gearing Circular and Upright; Saws. OLD
Gtn.n.Ia", W. D. Monaox, Ac: Ac., Generally kept on Hand, or got up oa Short CUSTOMERS, Port, Od Sept. U. 1B5 q. S7- .
ftraU-ful for the patronagerher>tbfore ertended them Camplxltou, J. W. SMITH, Notice. In Fact, Here ir the Place for all that Want I AXD roK linK AT rAia r>tcx Madrira Brandy Cherries. -- -- -- --

they are! now better prVpftrcd) and determine tosriifl Marianx: W NICHOLS, Work in this Line Done lip Right and with Dispatch. I Newport. April 24, 1868. 17 Sherry, Sardines. Insolvent Estate Notice

Chattaboochec. D. Count. Having some halt a dozen Engines myself constant 1--- Sparkling O.YatiDe, Preserved Quinces, .
: XO PAIXS Passengers can be taken through with certainty, running, caused the Establishment to'be erected- 1I Flavoring Extracts Fears STATE OF FLORlA.l

en their part.to ncoommojiit all who 07 favor ccuiity.. und with comfort the fame cause must keep it ul'Tb flln.,you can I DENTISTRY.DR. I Yeast Powder Tamarind., JEFFERSON f
'GEO. D. FISHER, Prop'r. and Coor.June'12 always rely on having work done at the Olives. EDWARDS. Sheriff
thui with tbeir'patronage, T. J. CUR LEE, Spanish Spice. BW. and AdmirJstnto,
185 14tlPLANTERS' I
Corn Starch, Pickles. e officio. of the Estate of John B.Scott, late
ucn AS WAKULLA IRON WORKS. WILL continue in future, the prac _ Worcestershire Sauce. Salad Oil, of J"ffenon county, d< .filed in the Probate -

Horse Shoeing, Ironing trnd Repairing HOTEL -...- of DENTISTRY in South Eagliab Mustard, Capers I office Jefferson e.e!, a written suggestion
anil A Georgia and Middle and East! Florid Claret, Cocoa. that he believi the Estate of John B. Scott to
Carriages Bug But Here Comes the Next Important Thing. ,
He has had several years practical experience Hi the AMES LIVELY. insolvent b
I : C
) gie Plantation work of J the last three of which bas been in those c
enry description, .i Tallahassee, Fla. m. PAY PAY PAY sections profession of country. His work is of the tncst beautiful January 5. 1866. / clime Thertr.against notice said Estate is given, to t appear all person and file having the ,

Mill Irons and repairing same, Ironing \\Va. SUBSCRIBER would respectfully inform You will send to New York, Philadelphia and Bal and in durable character and satisfaction is guaranteed : and Sale Stable. i iTlIEUDdenigedginSOo with the Judge of Probate of said ooonty n

gons and Carts, THE friends and the public generally that the timore, and! have work done, without for a moment All communications every instance.sent to Moatfoello. Fin. will Liver or bror the 24th day January next, when there

rsI in fact every other dtscriptioo of work mad. of above well-known HOTEL will be opened on the dreaming of credit but here at home where there are I a pro-rat distribution of tbe funds belonging!

Iron and Steel, all of which we WAEEAXT.and pledge! second day of August next. He invites the attention oo Banks or Banking facilities, or surplus capital you receive attention as soon as previous engagementswill : Il to said Estat*. amongst tbe creditors thereof at

vnnclrts to ex* cte at the shortest notice. of the public to its want 1, 2. 3, 4 and 5 years credit, and then require permit. ., ., _ ebased the Livery Stable of, _ wliioh time the said B. W. Edwards will ipplr f.r
ride from miles fur and -- William H.N in Tallahassee,together with the bill final from the administration of"
H. B. FITTS A CO. one to 60 to 500 pay, probably e.s. discharge
Facilities for their Accommodation.It .iJ
will of the and that be is nowprepared Estate.
Fb.J7.18J9. 9-ly ultimately expend: from 10 to 25 per cent of REFERKNCEBiGov. : good etbli.bmen THOMAS J. CRACK,
being in the immediate vicinity of the moat desirable to all its hrancbe. I
amount in collecting t Is this right I Is this encouraging carr on baines in Judge of Probatev
business portion of the city, presents Home Industr} I If so, can you be surprisedthat M.S. Paaav, Florida. and promises public with good accommodationsin July 17, 1858. 29-6m

SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS it does not thrive fArrangements Hox. J. L.SEW.UP. } Thotn\IYm-e. o.Hox. .. his line O reasonable terms. -
r P. E. Lou |
must be made for beforedelivery I Notice.S
to the traveler of business or pleasure: and i ia cneur payment HON. W. S. DlLWORTB lMootirlto .
of work House in this rIa. 6,1858 36
passed in all its appointment for tbe enjoyment Mark or Tallahassee, through-some that is far enoegh place.St from. RKT. W. E. hAMiLTON f x month after date I shall prevent my final

I EASE AND COMFORT COL. B. C. Pon, f FULTON FOUNDRY, of Jefferson county I aJministralr"de bnnU
GOOD L1VI {G. Yon be good, but we cannot run alter our
GEX. M. WHIT SMITH, Alligator Fix mm" of the Estate of Join Lofton. of said
hard in this Besides
<&: HIS TERNS: arc MODERATE. _co:) Labor earnings is credited Department.hard when April 25, '57. 17 Ta11ahassec. F1a.THE county, deceased, and uk for a discharge from said
out, parties try to mate themselves UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the admlhistratioo. GEO. W. BLACKBURN
C. HOWARD FISHER. believe it is Dot half done becau.e tev ,
owe BOOKS.JUST that they have associated themselves in Admt'r.de bows
July 3t, 1858. 31-tf for it. NEW business under the name and style of April 10, 1858. 15-6m

o KE\V S'l'onE-NE\V GOODS. New Por .hY]' 11, 1857. 28 Jf T 1s, Cardy, Baya &Co., ------- -- ---

i WEBER & DANNHEINER.MERCEANT NEW BOOKS & NOVELS for the purpose of following the trade Foundtri and Notice.SIX .

Lands for Sale. DORE-A Stroller in Europe; are prepared to execute all kinds of Month after date I shall present to tbe HOB.

Ames & Livelv I TAILORS Andrew S. Garr and others 1 State nf Flori- EL GRINGO-Travels in Mexico; work appertaining to this business. Steam Engines I of Probate,in and for the county of Mad

AXD JE.t.LEalllf v*. I da.Middle Circuit, DR. KANE'S Arctic Expedition; furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction. I II ison my final account and voucher, as administratorof

HAVE just received the following fangs iraj well Lewis Ourtis Nr.th1. Thunlon, }} in Lena County. MEMOIR of S.S. PreDti Speeches. Ac.; I Sugar Mills and Castings of all kinds rrad withneatness I tbe Estate of Richard Harrison deceased and

ted assortment of BRUSHES which are READ 1'-"IADE CLOTHING Treeless of the Apalachicola I la Chancery. THE DAYS of my life-A novel by the and dispatch. Plans and estimates furnished shall then apply for a final discharge from said ad

offered for sale on as reasonable term a 'can be afforded AND Land Company, and others. J author of Margaret and Zaidee ; of all kinds of Machinery and Engineering. Theyare I ministration. L M. HARRISON, Admt'x.
in Southern Mlrket, viz also sole for Hoard t Sons Steam 8.
any : GENREMENS' FURNISHING GOODS TURSUA'NT to a Decree rendered in this ISABEL-A novel; agents Enginesfor Cal 1858. 196mNotice.
Paint from 0 to 000000, cause Cotton, and and Har --- -. .
rushes ground Ginning --
I Grinding -
JL the subscriber! will sell by auction at the ARTISTS WIFE-A novel; Sawing -- --- -- --
do do do from No. 1 to 6, place rison's Grist Mills fur steam horse .
Copperbound SUBSCRIBERS at VASCONSELOS new nove "tt.JOSEPI
THE are now opening and ti ties herein specified. all th 'lan White Wash Brushes, of all gradea and sizes, Store next to Messrs. G.& J. Megin- 11 bug to -said Company embraced ia The Forbet Purchase by Simm.; tc. At. CAfeDY.

Window do Hor.e do Die a well selected Btock of SPRING and I ," and lying in the counties of Le.n, Wakulla McDOUGALL Jt HOBBY WILLA BAYA, SIX months after date, I shall present my final
Shoo do and with IcnoU.8a CARDY. and voucher to the Honorable
inpeir. Up SUMMER GOODS, suitable forGEXTLEMENS" July 4, 67. 27Burning! Judge
Qadeden and Liberty. viz : tbe land lying in the 0
Root Batl Brushes --- May JO,'57. 22! -ly Probate, for Jeft'erl county, as administrator
WEAR first two named counties will be sold at TALLAHASSEE e
officio of the Estate
do do Velvet do of Natbanial deceased
Hers Hair'Tlesh} do carved and plain. 'consisting; in pert df French and English Cloths, Cat- on the seventh ((7th) day of December, and!those Fluid )ETNAINSURANCE and ask for a discharge from said Folsom ,
.imert"l and testings of the latest style and best quality lying o the last two, will Le sold at Qi'ixcr on the aJmni.trtio
Tooth, Hair and Nail Brushes in great varisty.Infant's SUPERIOR QU..LITYjuat received and 'HllI.ANDREWS,
which they are prepared to make up to order ina fouiteenth ((14th) day of December iKXt. OF Sbtrif an
do do sale AMES tk LIVELY. .
wcnk-man like and fatbioi.able manner, and on RIASOKABLX These land. comprising} about II million of acre, by May I, 1868. 18-6m Admtr.e
Hors do FleA Gloves, January 31, 1857. 6 CONA
Wire bound Stencil Brushvs. Train. Also a good assortment of extend from the St. Marls to the Apalachicola Rivers OF .

do d. do EEADY-MADE CLOTHING, ; they exhibit every variety oflnnbrr indigenousto
marking { OKAW'S. Notice.SIX
P. B. B II
this latitude, including course,live-oak, .
Lion bound Roof do of Fine Blade' and Colored Cloth Frock cypress
consisting in Charter )
Incorporated 1619.- Perpetual.
cedar and juniFer the soil is adapted to the month
Handle Scr ib do Coats, Fancy Cassimere, Business Coats Black and ; growthof U7ERY} ARO SALK STABLE? after date I shall present my final ae-
grain cotton-long and rbort staple, tobacco and and vouchers
to the IIou.Ju.IgeofProbest.for .
Poonah and Laskering do Colored Raglan and Over{}oats, Slack and FancyDoeskin
The waters abound in fish and the ,
aDe. forest Jefferson
Icgar TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. as of the Estate
Onildcrs tips and Graining Combs.Camel's and Calli mere Parts, Figured Grenadineand ceunty admioialrakr
with materials for chip-building; and! naval stores. of J oho R. deceased
Hair and Badgers BUndera, Fancy Silk and Cassimere Vests. Tl.'RJlSOue.tbird! of the purchase money to '["HE Propnetor would in- INSURE AGAINST LOSS AND t)AM AGE BY FIRE, and ask for Blatkedie. from raid county
do do Pencils -ALSO- JL form his friends and thJpublic OS TERMS ADAPTED HAZARD, admimllatioD
"be paid in cash tbe balance in orto and two tIE .
years THOS O.
Shaving Brushes-Badger, Buffalo and Bristle! A good assortment of black and fancy silk: cravats in equal instalments. with < ight per cent interest that be has rebuilt his_ AND CONSISTENT WITH TIlE LAWSOF May 1859. 2l>-m ODE& ,

Hat do and ties shirts, merino, silk and cotton under shirts from date of purchase; titles to be made by the Receiver arge Brick Stables, at the old stand and ii now CO PEITIO. .
Together with a large lot of Paint and Painters Ma collars, socks, gloves, &. when all tbe purchase money is paid." prepared to accommodate his: friends and etmtotters! B. C. LEWIS, Agent. .

terials.Kov. The subscribers are new beginners and not entirely The sale will be positive and without{ reserve. He also has attached to hi" Stables,a good Blacksmith For Tallahasse and vicinity. Notice."VfOTICE .

14, 18(7. 47 unknown to the community, and they pledge! JOHN BEARD, Receiver Ac. Shop.where be will have have done all kind of August 15. 1B57. 88 is hereby ginn that six months attet'lvi <

themselves to give satisfaction to all who may favor Tallahassee, August 28. 1858. 35 Plantation work, Horse! shoeing,and C.rriagework in date, applicati made by tbe *abcribers -

United States Mail Liner them with their patronage.J. *0* The following papers are requested to publish the very beat manner and with promptness and dis The Original Extra QualityCORN fur to final the lOD.Judge of Probate .1 Lean ci.nnty
WEBER patch. a discharge as >dnnnii>trar r and admini
week until the
tbe foregoing once a 7th day of December
-r ROM-
ORLEANS TO KEY WEST L. DANNHEIMER.May next, and send bills to the Receiver:-Montgomery November, 1853. 44 STARCH. Uatrix of lh Estate JOHN of John R. LLOYD.Tutnm, drftd.

1, 1858. 18 ; Advertiser and Confederation; Columbus TJREPARED expressly for Puddings, Ice Cream,
and Harness
-Ae" DJN7'ERMEDIA7E Carriages, Buggies, PHOEBE U. LLOYD. Admfx.
Times t Sentinel; Macon Telegraph; Augusta Constitutionalist JL Cakes, Bane Mange Custards. Pies. Pom'ge,
May 29,1858.
FRO RID A PORTS, NEW COODS. ; Savannah Georgian and Republican: For Sale by P. II, Braw. Ac.: Received fresh by AMES d LIVELY. 2-80

eOKCCTEB WITH THC Charleston Mercury and Courier; Wilmington Journal I Oet. 1, 1357. 42
IIE Subscriber has received 'Notice.(2lX
| 5,rr just avery
; Raleigh Standard ; Rickmond Enquirer; Tallahassee .
JOHN PBATORIOUS. Sentinel : Newport Times Quincy Republic large supply of Carriages Florida moths after date I shall prt rot my 5ral nocount
!lAY JJl4 AXD CHABLESTOX AT ItT WK4T. Buggies, and Harness,which: he offers
Columbia South Carolinian and
; New York Report.COMPLEE L:, and voucher to the H .,.. MERCHANT TAILOR for sale on the most reasonable terms.
Journal of Commerce. in 6 bate Jefferson county as ad'uini"trah.r T officio
November 18. 1854. 46
THE SOUTHERN Dealer In Ready Made Clothing andGtntlemen's --b"cHE15utE OF TRAINS McDOUGALL d HOBBY. of the Estate of Eli"ha Wade, late of said ,4e.ceas
5, 1857. 36Blacksmith and ask for a clisch.irge from aid tUlt. -
Furnishing Goods. Plantation for Sale WM. H. ANDREWS ,
Steamship CompanyOF tat.sheriff "!
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III Columbia county, State of Florida and :
NEW vt&s zS ORLEANS I am note receiving my Fall and Winter nip SITUATED miles South of AIIi ator. It consists June 6. 1858. :3D
taken the mail for above hone tlablishment.
HAVING contract ports, ply of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting, $('., oj of four hundred acres of fine Marl and Clay Land.- Shoeing
two first das Sea Steamers
regularlytwice SUBSCRIBER leave inform the Notice.SIX
There are all necessary Buildings on the place;a great rrHE begs t .

15th and a month 29th,,and tnet-ting leaving in the the Spanish same evening.Hole on the Every) Color, Style and Quality), LEAVES FERNANDJNA DAILY, many improvements have been made,and a partof Tallahassee theBLACKSJ17'l and vicinity that HENRY months afUrdate, I .hl present my final
SUNDA YS EXChPTED the land now in cultivation. Constant Water on carry on .unt and vouchers to If on. Ju' of Pio
THE "STEAMER SPRAY" which I am prepared to make up in the most ( ,) gP
the Land for and beast. Good titles lxgiven. -
man will bate of Leon
couitv as of the E tata
of Steam
arrival from Charleston and Savannah BUSINESSin
will leave New Port in the morning, and St. Marks fashionable style, on short notice ON connecting era at Callahan with forTrader's There is also a Tract of good Hammock adjoining of Richard Regan, late of raid (Jeceasetl, and
Stage county
ttmimii on the arrival of Ihe Cars from Tallahassee, the same which can be purchased. Any one all its various branches, and is prepared to eeuUf ask for a from said administration.E.G.GRIS3LTT. .
AND REASONABLE TERMS Hill and Ontrevill, Ga. at Baldwin with wcbar.
taking mail. passengers baggage and freight to and ; wishing to settle in this County would do well to all orders with neatness and dispatch. His workwill Admfr.

fron the Steamer,and returning in season for the af- I -ALSO- Stare Middleburff for Tallahassee and al; at Stark TI ail with Bridge Stages with fer Stagefor New give me a call, as I will give a bargain in my place. be warranted to be equal to that of any other June 26! 1858. 26-6m

ttrnoou train. A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF ; Any information can be given by addressing me at Blacksmith here or elsewhere, and will guarantee
nansville Gaiusvill, Micanopy, Flemingtoo, and
The travelling public can now rest assnred that this READY-MADE CLOTHING Tnstenuggee, P. O, Columbia county East FloridaC. satisfaction in every JOB. Notice.SIX
long desired and frequently attempted communication Ooala. U. W. COLLIN HORSE SHOEING, Repairing and Ironing .
to and from the above ports is in uch, hand a Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear LEAVE Starke daily, (Sundays exetpted: )
to warrant permanency and success.* such as Cloaks Talmas CoatsYet.e, Pants, tc: .,etc., ot Stages, and connecting at Feruandina with branches appertaining to his business !, the under.Igna.1,administrator of the Estate .
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which will be tiieposed of at low prices. Steamer for Savannah and Charleston oa Monday i of Jobn deceased late of Lrrn
will receive careful and -
PNiHongers having slave servants! : must see to MILES NASH & CO. prompt attention. .
clearing them at the Cu tom House l before going.. Ahn. a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts, Collars, Tuesday, Wednesday and Fiiday. R. I BERRY, ty will present urgo. account to tbe Judge of P

board. Undershirts.CravatH, Slocks. Hosiery &:c..te. A. H. COLK, Sup't. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. Feb. 13. 1868. Aet bite of Leon county and ask to be di hr.d

J5f: Also look afttr Baggage yourself. Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their May I, 1868. 18 JOHN D. ',.
For further paitirul your'vs. Apply: to own interests by giving me a call as all the above articles V AJ"UABLECotton JUST received from New York per bark R.H.Gam- CIGAIS -A LARGE lot just r. May n, 1858. S2-6m
have been selected with aid with eelYed by
great care a a general assortment of articles in our line
tn' special vi w to their adaptation to this market. Plantation such as Oils of almost every kind. Burning }Fluin McDOUGALL.HOBBY. Notice.OIX .
Jew P< 0 4500 ACRES, JEFFERSON,.1"L.A.. Month after the first publication of this notice
DISSOLUTION: TOGETHER with 118 SLAVES THEREON best quality, Putty. Brushes, Potash, Soda Sparklin -J tbe undersigned of the Estateof
Gelatin*,London Mustard French Brandy! ((1'1'1 best,) New Maps of Florida .dmini-tt
Antni Btolo dees.
OF PARTNERSHIP. PLEMEXTS, CROPS, STOCK for medicinal purposes,Spices, Pepper, Lemon Syrup, PUBLISHED BY present hi fDal and vouchers t the

firm of A. R. COMBS 4 CO., is this day dis- now receiving tFall and Winter Stock of &1'., FOR SALE. Inks,Quinine Peruvian Bark.: Fluid Extract Buchu, Judge of \ said county and ask to Le tis-
THE IS by mutn.il consent.! Tbe business will Goods, suitable for THE SUBSCRIBERS being; anxious to effect a Medicines. We keep DODO but the very best and C SHINE. AUt'r.JUD'

be continued by R. C. WILLIAMS, who U alone [?: 1M W It Ji\ Lt of their Joint property located as above hope to merit your LARGE and complete with Railroads and Town 19. 1838. 25fmNotice. -

authorized to settle the affairs of the firm. have concluded to offer the same at private sale.- patronage.MILES NASH, A CO. Ihip For sale by I
in of French and English Cloths Cassi
consisting part McDOUGAL 4 HOBBY.
A. R. COMBS The Estate contains about 4500 iicreu, which can be .
March 29! 1856 18
and of all colors, and of the bestqual
R. C. WILLIAMS. mares Vestings divided into 2 or S tracts of ample size* according to Feb. Month from the first this notice.
which be to manufacture to order publication
Ju1yl5tb. 1858. ity is prepared on the views of buyers. The lands are equal ia value Gold SIX. undersigned will final account
reasonable terms and in the most Pens.
the most
t to similar lands in that State. Besides the lands 6.1858.Wite Lead. and vouchers as administrator ot tbe Estate of John

All persons indebted to the late firm of A. R. FASHIONABLE MANNER, there are 118 slaves and the usual'quantity of mules AFRESH supply just received and for sale by 1, ground in Pure Linseed W.Argyle,deceased, late of Leon county to th

Combs & Co. for the ''tilt I 1S55 '58.j and 1857 either Together with a general assortment of horses hogs cattle com, fodder 5c. We invite propiwalr MYERS GORMAN. P Oil,just received and for sale by Honorable Judge of Probate of said county and

by note or account:are requestsd to come forward: READY-MADE CLOTHING for the who e property in gross, but we will May 22, 1858. 21 / LIVELY. to be discharged.
and settle immediately R. C. WILLIAMS. sell the lands in such parcels* buyers may select .ME B.a LEWIS Admt'r.

July 17, 1858. :23-Sm [Sent copy. ttxt will compare favorably with any stock of Cloth- after viewing them. The slaves! wouhl he sold with GARDEN SEEDS Apnil3,1858. 1 May 22, 1868. 21-6n .

t ing ever! exhibited for sale in this city consisting of or without the lands as might .be 'agreed on; but Cod Liver Oil.
line Black Md'Ook-red doth and Froek Coats, possession cannot be given until the end r>f GROWTH OF 1857.V7'E Notice.

Oak & Hickory Spokes. Fancy Cassi mer. and Beaver Frock and Business as the growing cotton crop cannot 'be tblslear. "' weuld call tbe attention of our friend and T7RESH A PURE of the ealebr"Brands" H .

.nr HE undersigned give notice Carriage makers, Coats, that time. f' the public generally to our present Large and JL giman Clark Black and colored Cloth Beaver and Pilot Over- well selected Assortment of For sale AMES LIVELY undersigned Executrix of the last Will sadtestament
JL Planters &c. that they are now engaged in In the absence of the undersigned E. C. Cabelt by o
Manufacturing Wairgnn and Carriage Spokes bv Machinery Sack Surtouta, who will return from Europe on or Before the first April 18SI. 1 < f Dell Hooch, dseeascdIat.of Leon
FRESH GARDEN! SEEDS.Our will final aeeonnt th.
and Doeskin and Cassimere Judgeof
Raglan's Black Fancy eoonty present he t
at Gov. Call's Stram Mill at tbe Talla- December next, and can then be eorn'm'Cnicated withat .
his.-ee Railroad Depot. and will keep every variety, Pants, Tallahaeeeee. Florida. applications'niay: be madeto Seeds are procured: from a Cold Climate, and Pure Zinc White, Probate o. saM eouaty and ask HOUCK& dischargtd.8USA55AH Ext'z.Jnly .

of reasoned Oak and Hickory, constantly oa band, Best Grenadine, Barathea: Satin twd Cloth Vests, his brother, H. C. Cabell. Esq.or Messrs. God Jent consequently will flourish the better in a warmer one, (GROUND prepared LINSEED OIL) '
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which they will sell on fuel terms as to make it an Fancy Velvet, Caaimere, Silk and Cashmere do., .1 Apperson ol Richmond Va. such as oun. df" Call early or send your orders 1815 1-m

object to all to purchase from ihem. The followingis White Silk do., Persons disposed to purchase efltiei.b! lands t>r that you may secure the Varieties you desire. WE have just received a fresh supply ofbinew Notice.ALL .
the scale of cash prices delivered at the Factory : Gents'Sha*Dressing Robe*. Fm Shirts Silk, laves, can examine them by calling on' Mr. 0. F. AMES A LIVELY. and beautiful White, direct from t. mallU
Cotton and Meriuo Under shirts, factory, and offer it to the public with perfect creditors.legatee persons t*
Morris, the of thia 'who will take au eDtt.c
.. manager estate January 9,1858. 2
thousand .
Bugy Spoke 4} cent each of and ia Estate .
per and Jeans Drawers. all the which
Canto Flannel a* possessing qualities roe Ther.Tub111
.. in them and will give further confdene t
pleasure showing ,
edt.. .... .. .5 M any ol JeoVrson ,
desirable vii Its b.r.
moat ,
a paint : fat county ar
ALSO information in his E. C. CABELL, dr
power. Notice.UI.H. iocompb.brilal .
and horse
Carriage 1 Waggon Spoke of Color,frtedvm from all to present their claim de to

per thousand . ..... .. .51" A general assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and Sept. 11. 1858. 37-am H. C. CAD t.L. .1 lett 'er inntmuf tkt health of Lbs workmen g- William Bodd.! my agent a Mootieello,dGy ault

Carriage and 1 horse Wnggon Spoke Satin Stocks Ties and Cravat*, {}Collars colored and inmateS of newly painted apartment*-it* tieated within the time prescribed by J", o i

per sett .. .. .... .. .. .. .6 ... white Kid and Silk Gloves Buck and Lisle Threaddo. Just Received A PPLICAT1ON will be made to tbe next Logic in the most exposed situations, and its grea durability upenority notke "i b plea in bar of their recovery; asdal)'

4 horse WaggooSpuktsvertboulaod.6t. ". .. Ladies Gauntlets superior Linen, Cambric and ', latnre of the State of Florida, for a chatter for to Whitt Lead io all the various to person the aid are requested to.
.. .. TN STORE, and rof' sale tbk. undersigned, a whic Et
4 eett..7 Silk Handkerchiefs, Brown and Fancy Cotton, Lisle JL fresh of DRUGS by and CHEMICALS of a Rail Road from "Gulf City" in the water of tbe latter heretofore been appl J. For .J. by make immediate payment to my said ag.ist. whoM

b C bnne" a' ii Uwnsaod.?I".. Thread and Marino J Hose, tc, Ac.: CALL AND which the supply few- East Harbor cf Apalachicola, through the counties th b AMES & LIVELY. fully authorized to sell!. the said Jt aocordiaf
G" a .eU..8 a BUY. following are a either of Oadaden or Leon. to the Georgia Line. law. Ed's
April S, 1858. t OAROLNE. TURBUL
October 18 1656. 4? 10 ozs. Bebeerine. 60u.Iod.Ammooia, Tallahassee, 7, 1868. 32 I
As this i ia something new in Florida, we hope to August July *1. 11. ; __
be liberally atrot2ized. Call and see specimen* at 10 Santonine, 6 Sulphur, John Cromartie., Administn of the Estate of '

Mr. Kubn's Carriage: Shop in Tallabavee. A CARD. 15 Chinoidine. 10" Nit Silver BOOKBflflXENG.HEUNDERSZONED Q Franklin T.CrooMTbe, deceased Notice.
SCHNEIDER & CO. 12 Cinchona Snlph, 10 Ext Mcoesia, first of U>u oo-
month after the publication
1T7E have understood from a reliable source that IS NOW .
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July 10. 18(8. 28 Morphis. Jame W. Luther Cromartie, Catharine the nnderigt>ed adminirtrator of the E.UI
from the has PREPARED WITH
T T our temporary absence State, 25 Act 12" C\t\ Iron. C' &
been (by some nf our friend IJ) magnified into a virtual 20 Piperine, 40 .. .. exQuinb: TOOLS AND MATERIALS Crrie. Xrrt Fun and and her her husband Elia of H B.Bradford, dea of will Probate pre.entbis of Leon finalaccount
fMjfm George
abandonment of oor bo.m's, in New Port- Strychnine 5 Vetatria.S Fa. EeD Rbo hud. a &te his admimstrabccofaasdZstae.
That report are beiag carefully circulated throughout Ibe of Am15 Iba. Ether FOR BOOKZJSar BINDINGIn Rbc a Cbrl Bneran county fr discharge
( rl HE undenigneu begs leave to inform the eitizen. Pbotpate l3ulph ri hereby EDWARD BRADFORD, AJWt'r.Jitned.l85&
and that he bu the ceuotry, that we have sold out here. lock, mon'u, 50 M Chloroform. a'n notife
JL TaJUhaJwee viocinity. all it* branches. and solicit the patronage of the JL that tbe undersigned administrator of U- m __
in this stock and barrel, aDd art titan U" "" Whatever 10 Ibs lod. Potash, SO M Glycerine, ( ) te"t.t _
peoed a carriage shop place joiolllgInka.'s pure citizen Tallahassee and surrounding country Hit .f Franklin T. Cromartie, ha a petition
I the motive tbe wish, think hare been fatherto de.M
we ttay 2 casks Rock Potash. Notice.
It in the Brick office DV.
formerly occupied by
b the Curbs office of of
Livery Stables the with the Be this however, Car L
thought reporter
ALSO Call opposite the Episcopal Church. He i* a practical County for the sale of certain land month after the first publication of thu no
In tbe building feraerroccupied) by J. L. Croon, u It may. we de assure our friedds the public that 800 ozs. SULPH QTTTNINE Binder, and feel cure that he eaa do work as o u.t they SIX..the uodemigned administratrix EsUU -
will It able td 10 urn fo dibbt o t
to do all Kind of work in hi we next Fall ea rillssy deb i .i ptit a
where beis prepared well and as it be done elsewhere. oo
cheap aa can
Warranted and which oflVr low for CASH. petition of Wbitaker.
notice and the most them' ** hart ever been here tqfort. Our Stock will pare, We hb o\e aD'Wn F t d.
JJne, at the shortest oa CHARLES FINDEI3E5. ol October the Jwtocf
18th next her
be ample. and we shall expect all out Customers AMES & LIVELY. Monday b county present ant t
REASONABLE TERMS continue their patronage, except: those who cannot July St. 858. Si July 17. 1858. 29-Iy! [ j&T tHDL copy lbs frt dl o the next regaCai: term of said Probate, of niil county and ak t b deb.q

such a* carriage painting and tnmmiog; snakhsgnewiuggies do *o Kithont material injury to thenteht JOHN a CROMARTIE..Ada*. SARAH
Nonce.SL Seed Seed Seed July I. 1868. 27-itn Sept.11.1858. _
l and wagooa, and all kind O(tepairinr.Ine -- Very respectfully -
undersigned is prepared Io do this kind owork ( McNAUGHT, ORMOND A CO. months after the List publication .f this DO ,. FOR FALL PLANTING. For Sale. -- Health

& a* well and io the latest style, a* it isis be Newport Fla, June *0. (July 5, 18611. 27-Sm) the uodersignedsdinioistratnix of the Estateof Bitr. 4
JOM at the North. R v.John Wesley Rhode deceased late of Jef- RUTABAGA I Green Glazed Drnmnead THE HOUSE aod LOT owned by Mr. TOt)oe.ufleTingfrom ,

All th... who have this kind of work to do, and Water.A ersoo county will present her final account and P.: I I Cabbage, e\e. .T. and now occupied by 1 IebLedbesJrdersnged5tht5ef lb. Blol.

wish It done in a manner that will not fail Io five Congress froooben to the Judge of Probate of said county,and Flat Dutch Turnip. | D.1ae..S.JC Poseeseion may be had Ac Ac.. these Brtfer are reeomrnended d.

satbf-u-Uon. wcrld du well to nil FRCSU t11prlyJ. received,and for .. by aakforadiaebarge. Jut received and for sal. byAMES A October. next For term apply t t F.... ur0 For.J.hI .


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