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: October 2, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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From t? : TilE REVIVAL. uu Beautiful Answers.A I yrofrssiannl (Coris. : (rs5iofiol cnbIl C5nt55: Q. :
constant employment at flir'a .!. He is determinations .
: new and resolutions and COli.I
The popil of Alibis Rioord gave the iViloxx- .. .--_-. -. -.-._- ... -- .-. --. -=; -
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mee'ings t t. attended! \\hhffnalatd ;present onr evening meeli.. *, and his serration they each had: made during the -- - CN'T.A.XD a.

interest. No mc.:"!:1 flttond them, I I lice seines as the fare of an an' el.O I progress ol thai first jtrayrr in the family, in ing'.extraordinary'What; Hide ansxveis?" : MILES NASH & CO. R
n 1 one fail read the following I! tmthfnl rcconl, how precious to him will ever be the tat parlor, of all they were and ull ...theywouM i> grat -
.Gratitude U the of tho
: without being deeply hfTectod. H..mof the I meeting of thuD Saxiour: ai the lamp-post about bo, or should be to Christ. .. What i ia t" memory Il"at. ONALEaS 1S ORTAOTJDISCOVERY.n .

nmst! interesting cases of conversion! thnt Lave 2 o'clock at night in the streets of the city Since that fiiit prayer in ihe parlor, GuI liopw DRUGS, fB PALMS, -: :..:-
H is the blossom of
r. occurred 1 (from the beginning liavu recently. I of New York. lets been daifjr! acknowledged in the Stifle ,pe is the difference between'happiness.. and K ;iTev: i s 4
t i ken II'te,'. Let the following be read as aCHRIST F.u hER SON. A the ciicle.Then Wha hep. MBWCIKES OILS I
; AND young man became by same d. s're 1" I OF thi city hi. intro-lur Iota Lit pMCtiA. tl..
"Ill' '1In..1I1I : convinced of in, and was in gieat. distress' ( olmind. out from that circK1 they go from dayto is in besot auj iU'J-.rtlUoL d"Ttry cf tLc Kpj-a a
Desire is a tree in leaf; hope a tree inform their rirml mul lit puMic.
)FOU.M AT THE I.otr POST.-A1 I He had a very uligodrV father. One day in their walks of usefulness, and un floxver, and enjoyment i is a tree in fruit." I 'irOULD, on hand a tfood >isi rtmrnt . the Gillie lintel the other evening, the case night he t-aid tn his 'lather Father, ought their errands of me cy in this great city, Seeking .What i il articles !are generally kept in*their line of husii.rrk MAGNETIC MACHISE.

was ielated. It is the story of a.r nmn who we not to have family wo ship The father out the perishing, ten thousand times happier .A day l'teril' or lu-morrow I m
!.as of en of late I been sct-n It t the (;Ibe Ho- I looked at him in astonishment, as if in doubt than (they ever were before. Now they a line that ha no end. j j rrnis Tallahassee shall ,reanabit.9th 1853- 14. dug a l local! An'lhf'S] A. and to avoid I be u.. vf : -
ft.lltllli I'ulion street piayer met-ting c. A whether his Oft could !hue in Ms right mind fcalter blessing all around them ; and long What i is lime !" ApiJ .. ____ CHLOROFORM OR ETIIER.

lew week* iigo, this man wa teen walking I but Sid nothing. The father, however, could a* eternity enduivs will they remember that "A line xxInch has Iwo ends; a path i Dr. Miles H. Nash, Us has 'applied il. number of cutra with> itijucc
hick And fi th on the sidewalk of the Old I not get (the matter of family worship out of first prayer-miueeting in the parlor. which begins in the cradle anil ends in the i! Ot FKR8 UIS P".OTKS IO.NALSCRTICKSTO TllkCITUEKS.: OFj <- *. All m.rrre that they ezperiruce Kltl or t
Ncith Du'ch Church while tlic pra\cr meeting I hi< mind wilh all the efl'orts he could make. ; Tns WAMJKRKII KETUKXS.-Within two tomb." j I TALLAIIASSCI ASDSCHIOITXDINCCCtSTIlFFICE /. AIM in the exTactioc.Jilr 9
was going on. He was dresml a blue I An arrow ol conviction had: been sent to IIi or three days of this writing the following ii What is God \" /"\ with Dr.. iL Naahiimnuediatelyeaslofth.: 10 1855. 28-- rn .,

stri|>ed shirt and pan'alnonsof' the same material I heart. Tho Holy Spirit was 5 h j h ins wilhhim. j was handed in to the Fulton street prayer The necessary being the sun of eternity, I \J Post office. .

with an old green p a-jacket hanging' meeting ; "A wanderer from the fold cf Christ the inachini-t uf nature, the eyes of Justice, I .IY 19 186 6._ 20_ i I aA.FAHNESTOCKISVERMIFLTGE
on his arm. His countenance bore (LI ha iinks That fattier resolved to establish family! who publicly requested the prayers of the the match maker of uid.erse"the soul of I Dr. J. E. Leavitt i .

.. of a decidedly hud: case." Ho apfiearvdlikf [ woi&hip: though he ,:,1110 Chiistiau hope.- j Fulton street noon- lt) prayer meeting, desires the world." I OF>ER.4 HIS PROFCSSIOMAL SkKVICKS TO THE, .
one \\ tin had been dt-stroying 'himself by He I b gan in fear and trembling, and much I to render thanks to God for his Messing .Does God reason!" in NASU'S NE.V BUILDING near FtaLe.I the i ,
intemperance tv-tliing left of him but the I 'mhtrrllssment-Lut he began. In five days in answer to the prayers of G-nl's p"oph-| Man reasons because ho doubts ; he da- I OFFICE ufce A IAn An KIM aomr peat

dilapidated remn.ints of a man, though he appeared from that beginning that father, that son. and I and would request the prayers of this meeting I liberates-he decides. God is omniscient. I Miiy 22. 21 ;t 'VVC R..lSIY S
clean and sober.' Hevas t'\'iI"lItIJ! I two dntighteis. were rejoicing in the hope for a son, a sea faring man, wiio i is without He never douhts-ho therefore never rea -- MEDlVAL AOTIt'.C.Drs. : ChILDREN AND ADC1T8. INCLCSCTQ.
agit ited with! inward contending emntilll.A .- I.I and peace of believers in Jesus. How ready hope ad: without God in the world that sons." I TAPE WORMS.

great struggle was goig on in his own (jnd is to meet the sinner, when once he d I.- I in his iaflnite mercy he would brim; him to : & Bond I RETAIL PBICS. 35 CTI.
111I"011. II e paused in his walking, and coming I term'lies to fulfil all God's requirements! Oh, the knowledge of the truth, .is il is in J.v u>." To SPOIL DAcellru..n.-hieascays! tel I. Robertson in tl"inrtir niriUKD AID OLB IT Tia toU frtpritloft,

uj the steps lo the s-cond story lectttr |, how ready he is to forgive when we corn illI One of tho f. oils of this 1\lea! i U to bo finn I j log: her how very pretty she i is. [HAVI.VJ prol'fcsimi, otter their rpllil'..n-j.f.| t.,| Le fit B. A. A FAHNESTOCK a D. A Co,I r Plttibarfh.PhUadlpliia PS, Fk,

room lie inquired of lh, lr mUsionnry of j I th' name ol the Lord Jesus, and can tr ole. ill the recovery of many who were going Instill into her young mind an undue love I iZtI0 of PuMahajsce slid surrouiHlui rucnlry.f B. A. 7AIINESTOCK.ITCLI. Co.NtT rk OtJ, .
the Church who is always .it the door to see !! lay (run the heart. I astray. Hacks iders in guest numbers hive t for dress.! =- Ollice over the Stern lately OeCLuIWI) by Kit WHOLESALE DRUBSISTS,51 CUFF ST

that strange, s get cotiifoitaU''scat?. if they I "Jmis I my eiof h.It..kf' i been brought tn rep-i.tancc. | AUoxv her to read nothing but work of !I t.n.t. .I i:. '. Buy of resp ctoM I.dtkltrt IIitmln :
wouM allow sueb inifcralk' looking uhj! ,'ct ash i All U. I"a:11.1 flow! Vuur" i j, Cordon."J rayer: anmnJ vs.-There is one I fiction. -- 6I -- .Ute IDIUall of the 11I0 to lie rare yes get UOtl >.
was to come fllt.) the meeting I I CHRIST FOUND IN THE P.\ULOR.-\ younyj minute left saId a clergyman whose voice we I Teach he-r.1 the accomplishments, butnotuq I E'lA !if N1'R D Jr. I l 1!. B. AFA ""fla'. YumniaiAM !?'
Cert duly we wi'l," iid the mt>sio"aiv, i man of fashion..--of wc-al'li and educaii>in-of always lov to hear, and 1 want to employ | of the utilities nf life. 1 THE
and glad to have you com'. Come and high social 1 position in out of the 'lautulotiablo.aenuts that Oat minute to call attention to one fact. I j Keep her in the darkest ignorance of themysteries t:1CJ I lies tit L, 'L.1 ,
tuis Cil.f"unll in the We often wonder thnt meeting is so J of DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS Solr AireoU for TJlmbM***.
Milcoiiie. and be shnwvd! him to a scat. | in gi'eat out prayer hOUil.'ke"lil I
Daily for weeks thai! nun was seen coming progrers; of this nMival that( he wns a shiner signally: blessed in tho Fulton street prayermeeting. {" Initiate lie principle tint it is. vul- Jjf: A THE OLD STAXD S1US 3I April 10,1868. 15-ly

to the prayer meeting. He began at oncf I -that h*' had a soul to 1 be saved or i.>st. He I I I do/ not think we all understand j I gar to do anything herself. I I 11L'DIVALu'DT2C.Dr. 1
to leave fiTtlrinki( '. lie beeanie iuh'r. .It'J ) felt. bim-tlf on the \trge of tuin and the Ininknl j the I cause of this. A ciicumslance came to To strengthen the Hitter: let her have a la.dv'a I I OF TiE MORTAR, 0I
ill the) subject of religion. After four weeks eileinal J..spir. lit was bowed down j my knowledge a day or two ago that is a I maid.: !i I Wm. F. Shine

tif total :.l li tiiinre.. he ri.Iuutiiily! signed the miiier the load l of hi> ins MS H g'd\'illus bur j soitf revelation on this sul-jnct. Theie is I Teach her tw think that she is better than: I!< Corner of Cliutuunand MiMirue. &ti I: j I il!:e. prnii ing to ta.t" n. .-touch n- den. He sought rt-Iiefauud ,mound it not. The I a ell awer in the room into which W9 throw j I anybody. ese. r January 19. 185f 3.I o KFICE -4ninsr that of Trs. Gamble it Bctton..
f i audit* not." lie kept dis pledge I IKwasften I : icqiiiienienU of t the law stated him. in the face I (1'ie' eiivkipis that come here from day today !I Make 1 her think that she is sick when sheI I -. "MEDIAL> : NOTICE. --.-- t War 8J"- 8. 19-1} _.

4 without fool. I Hisb'dghg I i ;jilnt-e, was i and lie felt justly condemned. His hen it was !j ei-.tl.I sing rerpiests fir prayer. It was my I is not, and let her lie in bed taking medicines I -e- MLDICAL, lurrUE.0 .
s i.ne bob- about Washington .iias krt. He (tilled with sorrow. I IIi I l# ,.. cii'enar'co boie piirilcgtt to 1 I.u ut into that drawer, uid there I whl'1 half an hour's of out-of-door eXecil A. PESLF-R..7. T. RATES. i. -

who !eeds the raven t-e med to take care of Le marks of woe. Dalh'r ri.iy he wviit II I saw that requests came from Vt""HllltIas.. would? completely: cure her of her ess. : --- --- I Dr. A. c. F. ELAKE/

linn ,..1 to to pro\i ''e that he 1J..tJl.lllot nbtnlutely about with bis hi-id bowed diwn ike a bid I so h uisttt31:ui ne, Vim ginia. Georgia; Ali- I And, lastly h icing given her su-h a-i edu- Drs. Peeler & Bates, ...fr.r lii p.f..io..1 s."ie te

suffer with hll", t'I'. Sevt-ral tiunsbe I lusli, and day after day the 'IJUI(hell !,'1'1Im. ; luania. South Carolina, No.thu Carolini, MisI catiol. marry her fo a moustached !gentleman I IIAa >ciiitrd lIumueIvta I i in the prnotice C0NTINU.S) >>f Ctntrvvihe und .rij..ill ..itrb-
; f<'iuid little packages let bivad o? meat and : mote and' more in""PPlltIh'; What s-linuM I souls i. Pennsylvania! .'.1 Jar) buuuul and nearly cs-bolt a clerk xvith I .t"ry 0" $ 'jO. Hit'l Sur-rery. np.-tl.illjr nflVrtnir t..-himd I'fSiilcncr cLaijjfl tu CvutreViU OffioaBt u
: i b tad, d>iiie up in tin.etJerl-, as IK %va. tva k- be do ? \\ hitiier -huld he fly He II i-l at | c.ryilate in t th.! l'lIinr.11.11 notice tint I I "arrvicci t" t'-e! Iuhi! iu the. treat intrnt of nil l h!: r,-p'lfiHHIT. (. -..

ii'g i.ji and c..IO\\ (I. In .oier in lances etn.til : home a youi g wile whom h,. lovfd as he di.l ; A majority of these requests! come flu the h'and Mx-A bubble '1 ocean's wing wave. I I acute 's.wtll V/auUrwutli.m th.nc/.ls.t!""f'ci>>.f, nil Flo.clmxactriiOffiw. "u fi K.->7. C2tfGWYNlT& .

Emus nl' m tie)! weie given bini. None wisgiten !his OXMI lile-and mote than his o\vn (iff.Slir .- ,> writing: of till! s-mother, sisters w v -5, and, 1 LIKE:-A gleam I of light extinguished by __J.UU_?._I54, _. ._J..frr. :-rlf_ HILTON
tike him tlov.it d ii.- It in.il.-:>-Msters flu our churhcr in all the re.hutiouus the ,
bi prayer ;
:lOu.1! l ,te iniiured :? (0:111' fur the take oi the the wofl I, knew not \s hat religionv; sc.ued of life. And I coiitVs-s to 301 that it ftCc dazzling with its distant I R. H. BERRY, 0 rn.eye ;

m"1" bf could pick 131'. Thus :l.e Loud pro- ; tii.t. 1 He had: a s,.ter living with tutu 1 i i- very :iir.'cting to my own heart. I It teaches glare. II Auctioneer and Commission -0----, FLA. .
tided. for him. i T1j y bad all l 1It''" well miteu i.i 'In- 1."I I me alt-lhil! : there is a cordon of prater \tLTUsource of trouble and conMimii'g MERCHANT.ALLAIIASIEE. I>. W. G IVY AM A 1C. B. HILTON. -

His coniietions ohm grew m.re deep and l'i 'l t.i i nab. lIlt-th g .i.-i..s :;. w. il lii|\ Ihl 0\ n ;ir<>:ind thi* ni-cti'iij. Their i voices ::" care. FI'l. Sept 1J9, 1865. 39_ "' 4"ci.ted thm- lt*! tigMher in It*
pungent. his rountenntu'c iH-tuk.ning in- atiK.st'ments eoimn ole tnj<>v tl tij ;pts'Misii are never hraul here. Hut theie is pourer PU'l'ICslear of sunshine passing -- HAVING; t-f Law will tin* tLir jwiut mt<-iri;.nt
CH-JIMH! anxiety. h' would loiter aftvr p.iy.i their j.>si i ions in lite. Th 1 wife ami sifter here which we can sl'arcd.r appropriate. Ii soon away.LOVE I Henry lRutgeis, <> nil) i.ii>ii.. n" niitni8tr l In ll.nu Tl -v' ill uttrnj

meeting evidently tinting, gotne ">tu \oudFteak i-..kid on this hu himl ami broiier!! with 1 I i is it pow r hat h 1 I.uS us to l p tvail in prayer I .A morning strl'ar whose mernoygilds I COMMISSION MEhCHANT ub--CiTua! Supreme Our Court at Tuulhilu'uijifli Iso C. S. Ditu' lien( OU't.hue-.xI CimiitHtitiitltin tie

: | to I'itn III the suhjei-t! of r, li.ii.n. A i mute ntuni. hment at the great change that nnd/ calls down countless blessings mile > us. the d.ix.. 1LA. C"'J'1.1 (:11.1..1..0. W.L ulla. J..ffdl'Clf'. )1..Ii... and
.li.\' venig: a;n. a1 the i.l'ilnllt" .tcl, !be vr fnrce i i bad co'ue o-.er bint.I Others "pray that our prayers' in-iy be an- FAITH-An anclicr dropped beyond tli<* i 'l.\L.\1.\S lE Cut'i>iir'. Cffie.' at thv C"urt.LolZte iu
0 I to nil i'tintedinte accrplaiice of Cbs iSI. I One day, in one of our meetings that burj s"'l'r.I.1:11 a .h"'IJ\\hi'h' to WUlk-! i valt ol dtii.! I T IBERAL advance----4----T--' male on Cotton er Tobacco. llitl! iaernsrii
lie went donii to I.i* pi oe in \\' i"yl' j delicti! young man f0l1l1t1llii Idir.U-ii rtmovfd.faith I i, \\'hat ellcuurll'elJl to t.ff"rt11! outer ;:I 101'1-\ lone s'ar beaming: o'er the 'barren I JL ...u..I ;I..1| to 1.1" fl ud:iu Nw Y.-k. 1. ISfR._1 B-t y_

; inaiket to bvlge. !11.! n.dd nut lep.l Hi. in (:'hii-t i sprang up in 'tic soul-f.nm.l oer l.tm! tl'i-vi'Te--of pra.\t'r joes up t. the II.'atil. So-1t. 0 1835 : ,"t e -pv. HOGUE & AMAKEE
rii.-tiess l inv ea .. c.uiO !.o ChiM. liut; h.i\v thouKI be n-iiH- ? { ..If the hope that lu:ketli not JI..ioulI.r.! IM-S li .w to prtLt"t us l tiC Ih..I."II..r the | foi nt of love. AT'iOluNhVS[ V ( LINSELLUflSA'I'
alizol n Saviour j.nciitus to isis soul) I Ih..hi.vvt He I tell thousand *il.-nt Vi.ir-e that ils*>Ut 11* it I HIBLK:-A gui.tuto realni of endless joy I A""orey u1 Lu.v7 :L5a.vtr:
'i 1""Ii.I I ui!ti i"f bt gml in I.." lie UIU MaiM W..II. d I ti-! l th it (iotl for Chiis>'" fake b.id fort I our lie-ids. I think that hl'rt'iulit's one of the j abov '. I '\LL.\I.\S3tJ ELt.I HAVE fi>riuii u iir-Miti| .
street, tel ".. U be would nut l"-i I*&'er.Um .- iv II btm.Lis sin-t. I Hi I determined that be i. secretS ol our -uccehS at the throne of grace, IhUGIOXkt'Y which opens wide the I -April-?4.-1358._1 : atil will 11".1! tdmi jipilrtsmral huii-
i.o I'Ii.( ranic. tin was a 11t.y1111 would never h be ashamed of ('1,1 i.l. I He mid home is a reason 'for such sign 11 I answers gates of Heaven. \. CO I1L1, n.*. tntiuriol t. tluir f'*''.
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( which the ties of earth
woud! nek..I\\ledge and honor him to prayer.Tin DsaTulkuui by
den 01 Li. uul. Tiie Iingca of Lts Least eveiy at Law ; 1. l(-ftH. In
I| ulie.v.i I ; LtTTLn (1onnyiN.uv'uh 1 said a rre riven.rCvRnt, Attorney ,

\\os-**Oli! tint roj l>,a tUat I %\<.uU! nt Ua sin mt." i I Hi was ic-tinning to his home in the in ur |.ra\eis. tiiat: liille: gi i ls req si fu(lull WI'lit their' \:)'. January 17. 7'- I-ly! ..A..1'torney; I.'vcr,
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II" ""-|1"' .U I.is t\tlloin-e'' kn. w u..tIjj'r.u.d cveiiinj." Nuiui ," lLill l l.o ** 1 iniibt honor I :Savannah, Georgia. (;iod fml h.ii i l that "' I GKUfhome of rest which ends life's I Tallahassee Florida

: l ".,1 t.tilttt? .,. At length l 11f' isu.-oI I 8n.1 l obey (J.d in ny family. I mu,t set ii., should ever lo g.t; the requests of child en i xv -iiry .1 lay.KKSCKKKCTIO.X. I. Yonge & McClellan, -*l\7 Itli |l.r"etrrr n. II.- CutnilUrl, irt ll.o Uhl-
nt a auip (".>-t. !H.! I.ut !Iiiri h 'III! MMHI tin tami y worship." fra\er.. Ltt us be thankful til:!' (iodmoves I -A.sudden wakening from A.ttcr.L1e3'8 LVt Lav. I IFIACCE T T llr District nnd lie ul'rt-n.r| Court .of mile
p..st, Mtiit lien hit head upon Iris baud, andp'Hinst II 01,. no," .:liJ! the tempter not .\et.Don't .- I tin-Pi to prayer. Let us have faith u quiet dreamHEAVEN. IN ALL.THC o'taT OF TTIOT FLOHlUA.Otiice 1 1I SuIufud the I'i triel C>nrt f thus' United 8t.l..t
out I.i- *.nl l 'n (:,1 in pmv -r. Tbe I be 1 in n har'y Taie! '!'(. (!ei Il that he who took JillJe: childicn} in his :o.muua .-A land of joy, flight and love at )IAKIAo. ". I: TnllnlmMer.( &T: Office over tLe Stunt of ilncrs.

tear of penitence: {'\\'.-, .' l.iit. Tin' f.>"l.t .-- bitsirongor.! and' iiin you '*ait gn on br'tter. j 'Mid' hleSM'd them will take these as tender sITn'f e, C. C. YONtlE. .... J. F. McCLELLAN. G &J.tveiusm.s.J.fl.. JU). 1RR8. 4 ,
.iu- weie liKiketi! up. I II I e I b-..pjrd God ''or I I ntu t begin to uylit. 1 Illu not know lambs: to his ho,OI 1. Our :.t\jour was a cliiM 11-tf ..

Cmiii'sak tn bxit. 'au"rrOIl Kim. All i.t 1 "hat my wife and my sistor will '.:.\-but it once. He loves !little child-en now just as AN EDITOR TIG 1 .-We believe it is rare JUreh la.lSag.. __ _ A. J. PEELEE'g sLAW

oiic l'brit 111'11,1| | utj.t| .aksl.lv prVTioy-s i i. a duly, nnd I am resolved to do( it and | he ilid thru I Hinder I them not from com ng that editors indulge in a drop, but when they Beni. F. Young, .
(it i.i M, I. Tlie i'Unirii of .iii WMS g.ml'- I t:u t (;Jod for tbo rest. I mu>t jiray in my i to JI' U9. Furliid them not, 'for of such i is the; do, their readers are sure to find thl'1 out.- &. COLLECTION OFFICE,
i his Saviour with 1 kingdom of heaven, I with I could tell the I 1,1 TALLAIIAS5E ITOEinA.
u rejoici.- in exceedingjoy. family. A Syraruse (contemporaay was called upon L !:lti: i ;
UTAIRS is int SIMS Buiimo
i OFFICE cr "olD orrrwm:
\ot to'nglat, said the tempter you little Georgian; and alt the chillr..n present to record A melancholy event' at a time .
THE DiMiR OF TUX ru> ii>iAi C 't"KI1AL orrncc.f
How Ion2 he remnined in this be !I don't know bow to Yon have i how to come to Christ. I would to them I I SOLICITOR IS EQUITY,
position "pray.: i ever say xvhen his head was rather heavy, and did it \* n.L Trxc-'tcf in the' Cir.-uii C.brt. dot 8 not know. He took no note of time.He .- I prayed inurh. Yo arc uiiat-tpiainted with j dumb liS you are. Let your language of the op after the following manner : "Yesterdaymorning I W ILL practice*>{ Florida in th aDd.Courts the Federal of the Cuurin.orriCK Eastern. Circuit 1 1 l..n. \aliun..Jt"n..r... "I.d 1flKli.. and
walked the streets the remainder Oi the i! the lai'guuro of prayer. Wait and learn how j heai be : at 4 o'clock, t P. M.. a man with a attend [.r..III.I'h| -llvfticu of 'Iutu stud .:-
night, hishole soul filled \\ ilh jllJ. ILuInnred | first." j Just us I am without one j'len. heel in' the hole of his stocking, committed t ( AT CAixsTitir, ALACHCA Cl T1.) cull I ha in HUT i>f Mid CountiFh *-*.
lo meet souie one to whom he could I No no, I must to-night, and I will pray I. Save that thv Mood wa shed for me, I /rs."i. by swallowing a dose of suici le. The I r : ?7 P- f
tell what the Loid hath done for him. Heviit 1 !! to ni:ht. (...t thee behn>d me iutall" And that thou ).i.l'\l me come"to the, i inquest of the verdict returned a jury 111t the CAr J. J. LUCAS, )
t'h Lamb of God I com. I I Cot J. D. A.X: V CI.arlu/of S. C.Faussa
\\ to vaii'iun .,Iact..s,'but could (find no one ,I I He I pissed into his dwelling and into his deceased came to the facts iu: accordance TUOMMOX, ) Isabella |feHousehu; -
whom he kn w. lie went to the Hatteiy, library :and them bvfoie (;Jod, his heavenly I Come with all confidence that he will raise I with his death. He !leaves a child and six I I Du:-. J'E"d S. Jous; 7\lla"altt.\ Flo.Junr ALBANY JiJ M.GEORGIA.rl''HE. .
and seated hi''\elf on the grl6'Ill' lookout | Fathtr, and in the name of the Loid Jesus, and bless and pardon and forgive you. Come i whrps to lament the end of his unti'ne- *. 67 2S

his New T 'sllIr.'nt and b'glltn n'ld. he poured oat his hem,land asked for strength i w th true repentance 'for sin. Come with a ly mal In death s'eart'ifl. the mi.1st of life !" SC01T/ iibore HOTEL I iu Albnn.! tie prew.t termJL .

and as he read he could nut r, strain his teais. and grace forcrer on high to assist him in his : urpnse and promise to forsake all sin-every j WLLIAM uiru'of. the Un.rglt nil. Florida! KAilruaJ, u
At length a gentleman who had bet-n standing I duty. I silful8},; and that you will luvc, and obey [ HOUSEHOLD SERVICE OK A DOG.- say I J ; /ilSY! AT tLAWf: now opt, for/ Ibr rrreption of tI.e.

near nlisemng him said : I When h* met his wife that evening, she: ;i him forever. I stranger," said a cottage urchin to a Y Yankee I ISTIELLO. FLA I TRAVELING PUBLIC. ,

.' Mv liiend, wbat lit le book! are yon readingP saw at once that a great change was come : Do I hear any one say I would come to I pedlar, don't witIethuat, ere dog away." July80.185S.. 30 tljan I TJi. H<>n.e atnl Fnn.itiirr mr m-w. Tie Irrpri**
1 over him and she saw it with awe, but said i Christ l. but I do not know how to come ? Let Whv, be abut no' cse, no how, he's. too I II !: tor u determined tu make it a .
I am reading the New Testament" | nothing. At length he said- : nie illustrate how you should come to Christ. I ugly.' I I FLOYD & HOLD, fIRST CLASS HOTEL

Where did you get your Testament {" : My dt'ar wile would yon have any obj | Suppose here is a physician-the leader of I 0, but he saves heap oi( work." 1 I II j Saul l lte>pf* lij fIt \nttnitHin. t. the! irtnU of his
I got it at the Fulton street prayer meet j jections to our having famiK wo-shiji ?r- this. meeting if you please. He is u rich flow ?" practice In the Ctrcnit Curll o f 1j1f OU t'b. to merit pj.tn-imif raf,h. PiiWi.'. ,

ing." I j Alter a moment's surpii-o and hesitation, 'I that he cannot be made richer ; so ho heals I Why. he always licks the plates and dishes I I WILL an lI..rda.atid iu Supreme ( J Jf .'PT n".. 1ta,L s Do you attend the Fulton street prayer she said with true politeness.Ceilainly without money and witl-out pi ice. H** is so so clean that they never want washing, the -. .D.. tie CtUr of the
I ed ia the District of FI rnla.
States j
I I .
.. "l.llIfllllhat none are beyond the reach of his N''lth..r
meeting ? j not, if it i- your pleasure. and mammy says, she wouln'l part with him R. J. FLOYD. Otficr Apl rLk-.la. Fla.
ii I oo." l BillglH: : a Hible. then please, ii nd draw lu-ahng power. lIe can cure all. He is so no how for our new dog got use to mus- D.I'. HOLLAND. Ofiice Quiuey Fla. ;;k CITY HOTEL.

D-) they do you any good) ?I" j I up under the gas Hgbt, and let us read and I henevolenl that he cannot refuse to u dertaktevcrv "I laid! JCt." I Det.n. 1SS.V _51_._ j jWILLIltf JOHH .
case that tomes to him. tic npr DeMILLY,
Well, I hope they IHtdOlle me good. I pr '\'. S. DIUFORTII \
Lope I haie found Christ very precious to my j He rrnd a chapter, ami (then kneeled down. sends one uublest away No matter how I A gentleman who was rath-r impatient at \17OULD Tr#j>rtfnllfubrni Uu fNilAa'll>at k.

soul." | hut isis, ijfnrd sister I"at bolt upright in ther! timid and fearful you may bo about' comi 'g. I the.table, declared that he \i"ht be could: do Attorney Councilor at Law, I i Brian, 1 U tin
And then, in his timplo and artless manner ; ..nt!. in i he felt that he was alone o'n his I he is so benevolent that he cannot refuse to xviihout servants ; they were greater plagues MOSTIELLO. FWIIA.I I May next Hi* untiring .x-u-ts.au. will l-u4..l togir
he narrated how In bad found 'III ist at i j knees. He lifted up his eyes to God; and i at't-nd' to your case. than profit. rILL pr cticeio the Curt of the Middle Cir I (ul..I..f"Cfiot.tu all who will) p-t/oiiit Ura.:
Christ is the great physician. Richer ho not have dumb waiter t" V cuit,aDd Fho u-i. Cuuuty.GsMarch2lS56. : A ,il'4 1R5S. 17
t' e lamp-post, the preceding night and how j cried out in the bitterness of his soul. Gml I I "Why a suggested IS-lv I (
his wholt soul had become tilled with joy. be meiciful me a sinner." Anitgatheiing caunut l I. ; irioic skillful he cannot be ; more a fiiend.. _

"'(,11," gai.1' the lis-tener, leeply ; :lecir l, ] strength he went on in his prayer pouring I i "benevolent he cannot be. No persecuting I "O, no," replH -
I have heard: ot these Fulton stiert piaycrmeeti I out his most earnest cry and supplication that Saul no bloody Manasseh, no polluted Mary i them ; they xvon't answer" ATTORNEf AT 1.Aw. 'I'ALL.ifAasiE I FtA.f COMMISSION MERCHANT,
God would have his beloved wile Magd.-done, shall ever be able lo say, there is A. LONG A J. B.OALBHAITII have uissneu i
and I believe they are dning a mercy on \
gs. \ No. 38 New Oileanh.Uefer .
wo,ld of good. Now I tellr.i wr.at I want.r II and sister. So patnl''t, so importimate was !, no salvation for me. All you have to do i- .Sam, why am lawyers like de fshes''I" j AT!.* atedthern elveintb. practice Law. TLey} i Pojdra St. .
1 I I meddle xx'ith that > will attend the Court in the iJ.n. Crrcuit.tbrSu-
want you to come lo my store at ten that prayer that God wou'd sh'" Isis convviting :, to coma to this great physician. He can t' don't don't su ij 'rt. Pomp" |I eme Court and the District Courts ur the United t to G...Jmr E. nni>m 1'1-TalIahaM e4.GronreK. .
kaze p
ave to this oU rnio8t. ComI penitent- Why.. you see nigger, | W '
He his and the that the I alktrf Eaq. 1't.
o'clock .
to n.orrow morning. gave grace power 0"1'" spot, I St h't"l at PalUhassee.OrRci
I ; come beli-'ving. He himself. Him !o fond of d-tate. jj j I Gen Wnt. Bailey, Je<"hODCOUDtl,
nam and number in Broad street, and they heart of Ms wife was melted end overcome, says >prx'itrthe Court Iou e.
I ihaf cometh unto me, 1 will in no wise cast 28. 1854. IT T. J. l.Jnf.n. .q.. -
paili-d. and she slipped from her seat upon her knees i j oiWluy: cammmuotouat rnan be legally Octbr J. O Poinani. & M .!iK q.
3i-.in! time he sought the kind nrissionarv !! beside him. and putting her arms around his I out This encourages every sinner. You condemned for murder ? Becau e "' Hanckel & Nowell ]).nirl11.. EM).. H"niiltim "
at th" Old Dutch Church. He ran oj into neck, ere she was aware she burst out into must come, For ezcept ye repent, ye shill I says no man can be condemned without a UIu.ttl" Smock. Ea ;.. v.-y N .

ihv! upjier 'lecture room, here le; foand him Ii one agonizing cry to the Lord Jesus for mercyon likewise 'u'I itih. There i is no name like hearing. i'ACTORSAJTD I .- J. J. Sr.IoIJint. Esq U..Ltclcn .
the sister knelt down i> his ; no love like his; no salvation 1'ke' his.- J.Rennrngten, E.TI-tCUannt Ceo
and two or three bzt'threnithi him. His her soul ; amid then
I His! is l His love iI is I Why is France like a bkeletou f Because Oct.24.IX5T. 43
wtiole face was beaming with inward peace. by his other side and she, too. put her .rms J fume aho6"I'ry name. is left. Genera} .(romraissi Merchants, I ICRARLESION. -k.
I love. His salvation is eternal only a bony pirt
Iu a few ltid''lIn's' ht told the story of the : aolll1lll.iru l :Ulit burst into n flood of tears.He an everl.-iMing 5C- I i G. K. CLARK,
: sin eternal life fn the
redemption Irom 'm I
lump post and the great change. cniilfoufd to pr:1he; devoted hiimt-lf Why is a xvoodrrun like 1 stage actor?- c. F. HAXCKEL. K. W. VOWELL.
Oh b'essed be (iwl aid the I anil those with hiirr: to ( uni. He confessed -S .- [
I. missionary, I dead.Oil child Jesus Come He is known I by his an*, (...s) ACHZMAKER
let come J Product
life very 9'IIEY ov.ry *cripli"nf or
find in a moment nil were on their kn'(!.- t and? bewailed his nnd tbeir manner of .i.u ,
JL and sill! Uiike adrauce all
Now let us all pray in turn, said he, and he L hitherto ; be pleided the prnmNe* of (;0 I toal. I at once. Come to-day. I Why is A humsku-t of "Jal..rs like an unpaid .ee l, on .1.. ow'e1ex' ,
lilted "1' his voice tn God in thHI'k.giving andpraie those that seek him, and with un"peakaMejoy I bill { D'y.ye give it up It i Co Apuii 11. 185S. _13-ly _ _ 1 VOULD r* plfiUy: iut.-ne t.is eijacNl"ftrT.l-
for his unspeakable niercy. to his (dear.I he flllI(!" mention of the amazing grac"-f I sac, Dick, don't yon think that if the 15ec-in M fellow must delo before he .-- f T I ihnwN .an.1 the piibU yrit+tij.ikat.lisa
God the ot his and liesottvrht ha.111I do the fighting, instead ol the t t.Vtn tb* old tuATof J.C Hall A Co,' share h. U
brother in Clnist, III thus meeting him in his in pardon MO* xvo>i en i C.0 fork over. AMBROnS .
find nnd olit would make boo! work of il r" AN prepared k.r.pair ", ,,. .
pardoning' and renewing One j that they 1111 might in tootherI men. they iy ,
mercy grace '
I '
alter another followed in prayer, and last the "I pea. C and fo gimiess through a crucified .. N.- why do Jon ask t*' A mod-rn writer hat discovered lint the TALL 1 BAILEY Watche. Ckr.t5 &t4 Jrvelry,

voice of this new creature in CII i.t Jesus. I, Saxiour.Thefcubmission. 'I BerMiso 1 think they wou'd, they have t bamaii.hair. i. vegetable. He does not Rooms over Birnnrfs 81 Drug Store.1'IIE in a .nrkrnan tilt.Rlltn"'. insist. Ib.lIWt r..
how it cooked. U. rat.. Prr na harhur prcn .I Wahchuseiat. be Ie
Punctual the minute of wa complete; the surren such an engaging way wi h them. b .
to ten next moming .
frown lf
boon tjn
R iMa* hustle ? >ujtkly ? *nJ having orbited' aa rclj
our brother in Christ urns Nt the store in dl'r85 fully made; repentance and faith That's"very tine, but, then tb yhave also I Our oow in *-zr U.1Ib'wo-lrtuo x rrttl,1 elsie..Lanalm paL .igl.al LW U P. ..
I es. raerchaoU their Fall purpvMd
Broad street, and there he found a new" su t sprang up (together .i in/'tbo!.I hearts of all the: such a captivating way that there would be are receiving .aijrD.L Tkc PnhUe tn iarited to call. All work warTinsedirws-l1sed. s
, oi' clothe provided for him throughout and a three, and 'a* they ro c.,' from 'hflr knees it doubtless more prisoners than killed. anI m"c ; 'Oet.SIIU7 14 JIf' 1 I $-.Iy' 1* "


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_12.J_ ____ -- TElt.- The speed of time steamer wi ji u | 'T 41m1li
lcat; me. "think not I believe that the I I LA ,
for the Floridicn. & Journtl. upon j
llfltlsh Brig found DI"lru" In the Gulf.On | smiting water t-f Democracy hare as-mi.lmm'uitiie Aim- i' 26.-Tbre i i.1.0 doubt that tIe but the flames spread rapidly sad the ir.agazine mx- I
{ idea dint I such ; NEW YOSK. Sept
rtbinni1tt I had no was
llwrrons 'I I
ff :
nnl.l the afternoon of the 26th. Copt i
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5I nl "h.tIl
'frl. nn imjiortant ehnmeter, until I rend the Sntinrl of fling stain away forerer ; but, if it still exists so 1 burning .te' ner waa the Austria (w hich left IIami plo-Itd; It supposed that i he megir..sr was mffocatt.t.
Nelson of steamer Orir"I.: (.nm.in -i riti h | the 21st. I nmost! \thole column (in.j much the better fur, my purpose.-.I cnn exhibit it the cabin TfaC flameS drove m rrl t>f tic frt ar.t
from Vera Crnz for h tflll1lt to fellow Democrat nut Old-line Whig. an.. I!j burg on the 4th of September.) Among
brig E'pflrnrgn. my
bccmrjeti.ted 'I$ ni i
i LrrI .llof tlrtt per'iodicnl lIJtS J. IW'a1l1Dtl wife of Xew Orleans. sccv> cabIn| ptssengers to the pcoj drtk, but
in this prncticnl convince how they ,
T.t.nAsSE'c-t < :. loaded with :hogany. The brig ( jof j to me.' It i* true that 1 fltn called a .wllanKdn 11 1 would be served manner If they allowed themselves to be passengers portion tf the latter were ctfTocatfd in I* e raLii.
--- I which i h not complimentary, I I Ibut .
and fonnd ouppofe.
2, isss. i5lrIIII Captain boarded her two ( "marvellous milan humbugged as. I hare I been 'luIIk'l11c the former I Death of Mr. J. I Hatch, of Charleston.CIIAELESTOX. i Two beats were/l wcre l; otibtmf tlitm *a..i a-.

SATLflIIOCTO9Il W men lioth tick and on? l boy, the latter stating that ( "til-. that I must I have lo slakjpeare A at prlt'r point i I fear, wiJIle. if they don't look ont, by the Inifepen.lfnt Sept 2C.-Mr. J. L. Hatch, cue. cf (II and the otter rb.muth crowded tLat it ss mu .

'\DEMOCRATICOMIKATIONS.; the Captain, Mate and balance of mt-n bad died offever. though\11 .t no member of the (.Iut) to my excite: MI much { *. I know who all these prominent Knot I the associate editor (.f the Charleston Couritr. died swamped. Many oT the pa enger jcirped iiito

p'' -- The In boat elated! Nothings are, especially those who are bet-ret lymaii'ii'Verin last of the feter. lie v a> an ul-le amidtltlCtlttl
Imoybid o\hion- & a j mitt 1.1i"n. I f..1 quite :11 my lllrl..I1e-| to distract and break down the I n'ght yellow the M-a. At five uMoek in the fn: .ou tWFreneli
"J2"fl iIZit with ] almost a* proud in.ItIIu ardent yet immlmChwmt5 j j! and urband amid accomplished i ii
heatetime writer
ready to brig comjwnhtns. Capt.: I I an
that Democratic party, and I tell them distinctly that I j l-ark Maurice ap along i Jr, sr.d pime: tusk
HON.G: 'S. i A\v1tINs. Nelson his male, atrd four men nbrond. and I I lover w/lll feel if hi. Dina'i-not 1'linuh, and shall deceive gentleman. '
put expresriou i too roiwh in these rd IJ : : ,- have my eve IIJKMI them they not ". 't i forty per.-mn* loin tlie! bowsprit ; and emberft.. n
-U.- t the if / can help il. Vvs, I
ordered her lomocr.icy
to '
'\lalI'Ii? r. J.I--I.ut o* if his II"li"re to say to him: I lnve3o'u''l'o Yellow Feverimu Clixrlcaton. the water; and al>w tho-e the found in cue of lie
the Sentinel i is tigim'I j j
FOB AiStLklLi : : it I have Kern .I"haill.tha
Time In'n-;, Florlu'n & Macon Telegraph. I e suit wi, flov.: I strf.nge inJtruinci.t I lint seen liini face to (ice, in all his naked dV, ('mimi.>TO.. Sept. 26.-There were eightyoneleath 1matTime firt and eeond officeis wire pUldlup

J. B. Galbralth ; R. C. Williains, The contemplated,} line ('f Telegraph, from I I 11"1 I have of tl 1"1 men up," my(liyroo pen this thlt time mighty,) for the'- ( formity, ninl n lii.lcmis old mon.-ter lie was; and I i I by Y..llor..Hr in this eity during the week and the latter was m'imuutlminglsburnt.. Only six

T. W. Brevai-d, Jr., J. B. Christie. Havana miaKeyVet.. St. Mark, lo puriKKe of pitching into the St-ntinel .!ain ? j j jexpres KIV.even: more than t this: I IMW the gn.all'l'lu- udiug -\atllrdI '. fem.ilr-t were s.iveil, ami three- of tmose are dreadfully -
Tal.II:5 !
/1. fiN>te __ -- __ I Icon Georgia,, we are happy t annonnce, will j : (' I FIl ocenpy tr whole ilumns in the burnt. Tliere wa a J'orn gitT Ixirk along-
the whole bv
the "
( during *en on
TAfcI.AHCA8SKK .'HKfi'I'. TOrr. I i next i is--ue. so, I vil! I be truly fortunate; for, j coitntry Trial of IIP.Slaver Captain.
soon be ( ilr. Sainud I A. Kenrme.1-. of i the t-'fHt'Mcl and l I'll l-e liound that the room got Mile the next m rning. and may havr pirkrd up a
1. ?.IN for tbe week MIl b too at 10; 1(0 at 10 V; I 'I t'lh"1 I Ir"llhc glory of the 'liing, the more I K. : I |ji>---"*, Sept 25.-The trial of pPHcention
New York i is in tliH I apart hifull share of the u--u.il pt'rqui'ih' Tlie Editor I' few Time Ij>tu* hind rommunieation
and at beat cotton nosy place making arrangeI j e.samlts! Democrat the better i is fur I {l'-rmn.
L 100 at lit 60 *t 1JV & ll'f fo I : N. paper : i : ftgnin't Ttvnst-iid. the alleged (lIl'tllin.rtlj i-lavcr
for immediate '. It (If tl'e S. shad may. ,>r may not have been a member ; asiti, her. Time li't of th i lots not Wen ol.
A COLE, rW frottrt.The meuts an tlmlnC'lrut of the I him politically. help him with lii- He i nve' '
JF1 I \UI k J 1 Iart of the order If he "'as net, so m"f'" the w orse I l-e\lo.\ was resumed to-day. I.ici'.t. );Bradford of the!
-- That portion extending from St. Marks to Havana does. N'MH g.l.l I t.tallll1 beyond : his I I ', taiiitil. Sum prr tnsive.1 from the Au'tii. wliw ru.
Election for him ; fi>r lie was qimrterinr upon his ol'r'mi"t's \> n Dolphin, could not identify Townsend a* the capj j'
will trace the FI'ri.l.coast in the form of Mat-in" {orthodoxy. | and working for his bread and butter" in sides l South of Ki.-hmond.
The elections are near at liand. 1 hal the 1"10crlc i In my last { ,tl'li'tiol I romnrkcd that no I I tain of time la\r. The question of jurisdiction ii
' cable. Tallahassee will thule in St."tiI I nil unl'alloweil <':uis ; for it ama one in which he
party will be most triumphantly) fiiecew-ful : put t.l.rlllli. n.I..r1'r not
tu as .in -
communication with all the Atlantic .' irfor facts. t'COUIM I meant rKtl'' cal f ct. Ireas'ert supimt
I in this State we believe to be 1 fivfact.\ Of the ported an Kditor: merely..r his djily rrull.mt.1 SAVAS-HH, Sept. 27.-There were three inter.j -.
1 it, it i i" intention |rovc before I j .Awfnl
*, and with the of I 11.1 my t. i Calamity at Sea ;
p. of Hawkins mn be no Joubt .ti. important eity 111'pnl. 11.1At that \. not this be .is bad tim the wnr.-t specie* (>f j j tu -nl* to-day, and all by yellow fever
I individual
success Judge thec get through, by J""lp", on j th
a time, not distant with Ci-titral Amoi'ion. Thi my i jilbittering hope and trust, for his repntnt'o'i' i II.vttFAY Sept. 27.-It i* now certain that |

and of the verdict wbicli \i then be given in \in-I grand enterprise has. received e\ery encouragement Deinovrnt In t'ie' everimoulmi first place, do the!&ntirl .1.tlI"1 that that he Vi- :in tIme' {h.J'r.In I *.tl'al.vflp! -.trill bus been burnt at :':. Twelve j! AiTIlULNT) TO TliESTE'eM.tlIIP FLORIDA.

I dication of hi* high reputation and faithful from the cit i autlrti.(.f IIi tt' Island thU i piintinir j I.imsime-s appear to purne tillS this fourth place, the &-ati" el states that I of her jKis.enger* have reached thi port, and it i* j I New YORK, Sept. 27.-Tlie Steamship Florid.

: ,would willingly submit it appreciation to all I of Culiii. V.llhe writer (myself) like a sjiectre through! e\ery ciinras affect to be very much averse to controversy with I further known that only sixty-seven out of MX him- '1 was to* ed into |l'rt to-day by the *teamhiri Augu.'ta. -

honorable political opponent Hi* rue friend* require --- --- I >. lie never sees the .'"lIli"tl but what the A Know NothiiiL'. I never said so. I never felt orexpressed .IrIl''rIo" on board, have l been s-ived. j I> Time Floritb became disabletl in her ama
rises before him like the 11oot of 1 filch u ueiitimnentVimru', then, doe olf ( Hatteras. The t of her
no further testimony than that already given, "Tlie Itci ubllc.< up ehinery 'mmpe mo | *-
I! C. Iirintini I (Oh, ye tlmnkpt-areimna gaze upon the j the Sentinel g*>t itt authority for this |I"ilhe"tat"III'ut't Latent !Jfew from tlie.Cable. !I aenmtu-i-s were twiisfrrrwl to tIme brig Mary tu Ix
that he is an able representative, an Ion t hian r 1.1" itml.| luct.JI Mr. Hides in Illel'n'II'iet"nlip t 1* it the object of that to
paper landed I'rloW
thatord Janco nt S.ttammimahm.NlCAILtCrtN .
orthography I"I.IIII.M.-r.--) ; Tybee,
New YORK It that the'Jifpa'ch
ha contributedin anil editorial of the Sept. now appear
ho I frieud of the
and an accomplished gentleman \ |: management Now this charge. is untrw. The frntiMel i il break- estrange inpersonal opposite party
many ways t the welfare and prosperity wf Ils JlrfHtblic' I Juiney. .Mr. A. i i" a young gentleman I 'g the holy et tnmanilmetil 'fwaring false ss it- I from me ? If so, I trust it will not succeed, for I, i ivnn>>unciiig the working of the Atlantic I i AFFAIRS.X .

adopted State. He may regard the IFI..ri.1 and I of very promising nlilHies. and we welcome I ne,. ngninst" hi* neighbor. I ne\trih lilY life attemptexl | proclaim now that timi t' a'c hundred of men of t.ILleII* rt-nt by the Superintendent of the 3 ew- j .w YORK, S pt. 27.-Tli* Tmt of thi* morning
that f'r'holll I feel the lightest re andI
I him into the ranks of wit'i' to Injure that paper in a pecuniary point j ['arty pect foiindlan'd line; and wa premature. ; tho draft of between
little i n Crest
.bute of LI* enemies, great and email, a a* I ned1'nt"flim| great I if I hope the kind feelings which pome of them feel ; publiJies treaty Britain
hare done i had!
of ieW" might possibly, !
live e.gle.from his eyry above, would regard the J cordiality. The {taper ,'i be democratic in its \ it but I l othered j for mime will not be affected by this wretched controversy. Mr. DcSnuty, the t-lectrieian at Trinity Ray, in 1' nnd Nionragun. Both iroverninrnt npprow of|
pet my h.hI111.n never mnyseiftilmout I it, and Sir Win. Ou b>y will rhortlv vi.-it :Mearagu
harsh cawing of the carrion crows, who battle it new handrf., and as an earned of iU rekl, the names the matter one way or the other. If I could I fonn Cyru Field that no change in the manifertalions | to ratify it,

hopelessly over the gnawed bones in the valley Le I of the democratic candidates for Congress and for hate fmrcseen. It- *eVcr, that the tftntiticl intended In the fifth plncc" the Sentinel insinuates tlmt have occurred since the 1st of Septcmlxr. I In the treaty.JEnl.ind gn.imntee* the neutralityof -
thieve i ii a "'''". hUlbry in legislative cared-
mat lie has nobly discharged\ his duty ,the the Legislature from Gadsdeii are thrown to the to nothing speak of Legislature tile as "a of prominent 1830," I mcnlber nlight hare of the acted do which the joufhul ilu nUt: discjbseKnVr my thi r U Death. of Rev.-Reuben Post.Cnentarom .I the I tlinin-.. smith proteeti4>n to paf.-M-nifeW, by

}istty 'y m thorough cn\as of the State, .and weaddress I breeze iu its column differently. What course I shall pursue hereafler not (hri thl-1ik. It is iihrhnritalilr.! It it .t1h! : Sept. 24.-Tlie Rev. Reuben Po.-t, I J I force, if neeesKnrr.privilege'llie to l*tren'y>th countries.-rnres impurtantrvmniereial

Fellow-Democrats, feeling confidentthat Time has been from Time Southern in this circumstances. bing a man in the dark: .1 IiarM fault enough
you pajter changed respect depend altogether upon the \..nt'mllelIIJ esteemed pastor of the Circular f
hare by tin time eeen enough of the Republic" to The At all events, thus un'ust charge has absolved ufxni which the Setin'rl might coniirlknt Tritliout MARKET
Republic. RK1-ORTS.
yob opposition Church (Second Presbyterian.) died in thi tlm
me from any 'i.erest wlilch I might havt insinuating I knw( not What; nnless that I was city j
Its corruption and false I.rttnce. to im State Seminar- -)., TallHhaawr.We felt in the pecuniary affair of the Kftttintl. elected at a Drmbcfat but wa* in reality Know afternoon at o'clock, of yellow fever i i New 'ore. S -pt. 25.-Salr of Cotton t -d.V

lre your minds. more strongly than ever that to understand that this Institution has l In the second place, it is nsss-ted, that "he (I) Nothing, tVhtn it Was known to many, and in all | l.2>Hi Imb-si, with a firm nmrket Flour firm, suit),

I occupy a right political position you must continue opn<, I drew from tim' treasury ?'175 more or hess; fof his probability to the tontinel itself, thnt'l had wit-! Atlantic Cable all RI:ut. j luile nf lii,' Milwrit-K Wheat firm, will* talrf

hare ever been, actire and vigilant i this fall, under favorable auclit(! More one I valuable rerilees lo time State of which, t.iifurtdnatcly drama the order a year or two before the TKIMTV BAY, Sept 23.-The Atlantic Cable is j 4 .fMNkI l.mtsime-u, Corn l.uoynct.titli sale of 7l'.-

t L a you hundred ana thirty pupil are i'l attendance, the for his future fame nnd K-putation, there is nut-ting of 'he Legislature. Not two week since again working through signal perfect HHI bushel Spirit of Turjnl"me firm at 5w j tI-.
DmortOlat the Dcuiocrnlic party i U the only boys nnd girl being nearly equal lit huribcr. Be I no record. If the Edito of tht ."rlllliltllu.J l been tI.e Editor of the Sentinel indignantly inquired if jH-r ipilJii. ir >?iii dull at *l 7i pr Sli> 1UKi..-.

political organization wil'i which you can act. for t"'rel forty and more are expected actuated by a love of candor he would have consulted I wa a life-long enemy to the Democracy, and in Additional bjr the Niagara' J'llrt.

the future, consistently with the duty you owe to families fifty absent confidently' the appropriation bill for the year in question the '!!" tone continued, We presume it is the lItLlHx.1.1.. 22.-The new from Indij and i'lMRin-r.-v. Sept 21.-Sjile* fkeotton fr thiwe '-
American citizens. You cannot an 61 a* now 'i have returned and there satisfied himself of the truth of his first ime that his orthodoxy was ever called into k, H.-tf'O )mult-s. The market *e.l with an advancing
your country to their home Under the fystem of classification ; statements, before he made] them public. My question, and the fii>t assault made upon his p<>li'i i-- China i illlllillll"'I'hlllt.| tendency.MOBILI .

bare failed t discover t"uat the staudard-bearei of established by the experienced Princijukl, whole ]>ay amounted to a little over $ltM), and tn cal integrity" (none had been made upon mine ;) Nothing new had transpired in relation t<> liv :. Sept 21 -SaK-s of Cotton vd.-iy l-trt

the opposition i a fntft M-ho. political action for a very large increase d cumbers will not effect the to my services to my constituent, if the statute I yet, right upon the heels of thi declaration, he eable. The Directors of the. eOllll'lIlIY"rr" annuuumcu'ul '| bales! -Mi.ldling 12' em<. The males of the vn-l?

tome years pa t consisted Vilely in office-seeking for of individual The I book for the session had been examined an act makes me out worse than 11I'uliticlllu'lItllt'n. (beautiful to hold a meeting on the 11 tit inst. totl'i-- were 9."HHt, and the nt-ript 9.iMa ngninst S.5ixbaI
himself and 111.e want of fixed principles progress !pupils. organization of I would lJa"e1'n found therein locating "The consistency) and why?-simply because my i ". Mio time' list rear. Hie Motkiii.MoUIei.ila.Onoltfils.
their future action The
p.1tia cuss
both n.prltnt is complete, and the several in- State Seminary of Learning" with its magnificent I eommunicaiion tu the FlofidiuH stirred up Jii* bile .J.ipnwnt.ftl.JI..r .
rendered him unreliable a a |x>litician. No I Ftructl'r.arc !prepared \.l'me as I endowment, in Middle Florida and in tie county nf and excited hi* enmity. end from Plym..w"i to V"lchi-'a; Lad l len -u*-
I If't.ntl..l. New YORK.
a many may 21. Sibof t.vdnyJ
I Sept. cotton
Democrat of the least discernment, can now ( to I In the sixth place. (I rnnm"r.itr nn-r.ly to show
I Isou. Thi effected the influence and
: i i! be disposed to avail themselves of the ample j was by excrI ,,H--0 luiie, su itl ii. :i ticm market Flour firm, with
see that lie baa gone over t the enemies of the Democracy furnished rrhiIl'ges I I ti j by the Board of at a me in the mine article.) the Editor of the Sentinel
to aid in their efforts t defeat the nominee IUl"Ul'l. I I notwithstanding the mo.-t untiring opposition i loture.1 that if he h.i \ the he Mediteraneau! eta, tu Russia, had i been confirmed.The I Ohio s.- 57 (ii u;, and Southern 1 87 trifling cost. the part of West Florida to the nicasure-an says III'r.luI"1I Democracy,
of the Democratic party... A pitiable position, I In the matter of kholl a* in else | sitiou, too, \\liicli for year- previous ha.l been suf- j I was never a Cuban patriot." Even if I hud been bullion in the Bank of :France tad! largely j jincreased Wheat<; mise'l quiet.W.Corn@ 7rr.firm, n Coffee ith sales ntcadr of 31.iNi and: > iiijl.el. .

truly, is tliit I* it t be wondered at that hundreds everything 1 ticient to prevent the K'pation of this Seminary i iu one, (which I deny, for I never was po.ili"'!y com during the past month firm.
distance lend encluintment with sniesumflusmo! sark.tat from to'll
104 .
to the vies but, i is erntSpirit -
from his It our timidS.VihI the -xlilor of the $<:lIti."clltll us mittcd to the ..IU' only conditionally,) I leave it
are daily withdrawing LATER.-HALIFAX 22 -Thc I of dull
sUI'pr the time never to come wlien'our people shall ceaSe I how much he rt'cc\"e,1 when I he was a member ofj 'I'. to the coiiiniuiHtr to diet i.le"hi ,ll !I" the worst, to Sept '%l1an. I Turpentine at Sic iu'-"uui I infant,

is the only curl for honest men. to ask with regard to their own section .Cal j the Legitiature i amid wl.at] graml deeds of legisla asiist an enslaved people to cast off the yoke of the tity of cotton taken by spectators in Idt..rl..I| I, ;i anil holder ,denuinding.. iu adtauce. Rice Heady

delu. led by false. rtrr lttcn. to take.. Who an good tiling come out of Nacareth f II I I tion he achieved? /da not know, tbe ru'otdoe. I oppres.-, nr, a* 1 Jit or and Proprietor of a public durinv the week, rras 450O Lile, and by (-x'(rter* ; at Hf. (it CJ i'nl.

can believe, for a moment, that a party leader, aim ) -- no) know where! a record of them is to be pi- .s, t'' snpi| 'rt for year a powerful party wliieli: 9,0(M) l itoh'J'h nmrket close.1 with an aJvanc i S. rA>s n. Sept. 27.-Sale* of Cotton t.by SVO

itig at *11c1 purposes will be sustained by an enlightened From the JaektonriUe. Standard, Ssjit. 10. L'nfortu.Mtcly for III* femur and rrtU the civil right and ing leuJen(). bale, with n firm market.
nre men of intelligence !iii tin* ( holy! religion of hi- fellow creatures. Tlie gahiamutlmmitmm'an New YORK, bent. 27.-Sale* of Cotton to tilt'lt,5u5
A Word aha many
1 The idea is abenrd. and to Whig* !
public opinion \mfriell. I The stock on imiinmisns OlS.t'tS) baeof whieh
now no more, vrlnj I led to bales, at
nre not awafe that he ever tras in the Legislature.I i I ; our troop advanring price Middling I'p-
I hone but those who are I.ln.lel by partisan hatred. I II is with much concern that I observe a number I will tell the gentleman a circumstance to }prove I II victory upou the ]plain cf Mit-a man of the 52 '.((( were .\meri .lI\. "i lainl-t 13f cent Flour heavy, with u.ai's of Il.lNnbnrriK

nnd ignorant of the feelings and tendencies of the of old line Whig and ultinmericns taking the the old adaje; "that people- who live in glasshouses pureet honor and whose name \tilt] never l loe fi'r..- The sale on Fd.I'lw're 12irt '.,1..,; and the '. Wheat firm, with Nile <>f 4(1,1km( bu hc-N.

people, could be rilly enough to entertain it side of John Westcott, the self-announced Independent I should nerer throw stout s. Bi t the other ten-wu* much mor' identified vrlth: Cubun nfliiir- market closed with an upward tt'nJ"t'Y.'t'co- | New Orleans Mm'lmmioea cent Spirit of Turpentine
Candidate for day, whilst conven-ing with one f the most-I than I was and yet tl.-o iiirniac-uhite KJitor and firm nt 52):! /? l>3 et- Riwin firm, with Sales!
4 The pllica sky i is clear-the .path of duly i isjilain. (Cngtl.In moL) even say most-. distinguished Whigs in Leon Proprietor of the stirlli ..* hi-i e3'CH to Heaven. lators and exporter tttik :,tJ\/I) bales. j of S'iuumm barrel at $1 75 per 510 ft*. Iticequi.t

Iemorpt we hare on1.i t! abide by rtII.I. quettiunswhy thi* course it dd'jpledby or tl.t State itself, I incidentally remarked that the like the Pharisee, and thank the Lur"I that he wa Manchester advices were favorable] and prices j at C} cents.

4 ..I liberal, thue.h norel principle:. }' steadily th"l different answers are gh'en One ttitl Editor of thm" intinel was, a few years ago, a niem- not a* (> JI..rII.l1itm.11I. (!Itsl help the dow mu- were advancing. NraYoca. Sept 23.-Silcsof Cotton <.<>u l>alc .

1 in view the Miccecs of the arly, the liberty, say he wi"he. to break down Mr. Yulec; another, her of our General Assembly. This was doubted of tnxMcn nttiolti..f the world, if they have to depend The Havre cotton maiket hu-J "' 1111- ill1f,!' \.!. Middling 1'pland* 131 j ct '.. new crop. Flour heavy;
that he wishes to disorganize the Democratic him in good faith anti upon my rc-nsserting it, a upofi ,lu ll incti. If st-n'.inient like luis hndmfuenc'il Whe.it buoyant Corn firm.SAVAVX .
and of the and ;
prosperity we party Orleans *. t Ht j
haplile people bottle of porter wn offtred ami accepted ill the I 1hFfencli! JovermHcnt and directftftliepifH7t5uf : frt ord'nairt cane 'fllut ) at ( ) frmmuc-
shall triumph again, we have before, notwithstanding and other reasons are gircn posseting similar ob I \H. S pt 2S.---Sales of Cotton to-day 45 al way of a wager. But the tlifticulty wu who could | Ijif.iyette, and l 1'ulaski, and rtfrfciuskoan ; The sales fJr the wfek Tere 73.ij> bales The i
the bowlings faction and the machinations jects. TIle only objection urged at ftf t against decide the knotty f"-,It. The first rcfereiiee, WitS ft hot of oth r generom fcreigners. we miht1I.t. stock WB# 1,3110< bale | bal-. The better grade* advanced i cent

of traitors. Judge Hawkinnaui. -ly, that he had. neglecte.1 I m-le to a prominent Wl'ig and old resident of j I. hnve 1'IIII:1 we are ii4>\. n free, and invinciblepeop TIle rreather had b.-en favoraM f,r the I 83 IMI'OiLT.tN-- -- I' ISEORM.TION.-
a in the :""''', who shook lila he('. or the Editor of the Stiifiacl to be found at crops !
duty our
must d'uvard : like Representative matter of ths In
now thing to thp
who dire
Imorts : every that he .tuMn't be ptl.fn" but he rathe thought i any time sitting in hi* Minctuni quietl! sucking im'maI throughout Europe, but it had nu *!r'd .n the an-wer ninny correspondent *-

apathy and Indifference and rally around the ballot I non-pas"ge of the IJi for the r.llenl of our .. oI'l Ben had neier I ceil th r... I began" I paw- and trailing for Ida share of the public printing market : -'. tu know how they ein buy tiekrts in Swan t

box en tire day of election and,form a bulwark of : Volunteer"-has been done away with iu the minds II grow uneasy, for I was not ccr.ain myself of {t"l which he i h to receive (In:17 !..) from :i D.-m. Tie! Ltri-rpool broker circular rrpntt nn ndranee : *(l'use'. < their Ijottery, we ,would soul direct stat,'toS thnt Swaii tUey.t niHst('u AuCii en-

brave hearts and strew ami and thus render. their of all imlol.tiIlnn.l unprejudiced! men. Had that fuel; but, tin illy, the present Senator m f Leon tratic Ix'gi=Jatiie neat winter. The idea of tilt of fd. to I*. Rice wa steady. ROM steady j ta. <5e .money If the MITH ilarie.Iiavr the K-tlrr w -
: been member mu f the same "du nothing I.'. iuiture 'f i man of the Stntinrl gravely telling this! community I. reg
party impregnable to ai y of foes tiithin or true. Judge hawkins would not have merited < i iI istered if it i ii not large, it i i-i A-rtli-
attl'1 atI*. 1.1. f..r111 and J3A P the ; umnu's't'm'ary,
S5(; -I.il1! appealed! to. said! that tliete was noloul.t that tie wa never "n ( r tiuic'tgrmtira.
rank Their T-atchword a re-election, but as it it not true I know firm i is rce *it jug tlioiisaitil-i of dollar llir,Mii/i/ t/i-
without its slwuld I.e of t
nor ( of it ; fur that the Iviitor of the\ 8"t,1 you, Ben. nn one ever iid oiever "..uI.! cli.irgpyou Spirit* of T'mrlstmmtimue 1 u* ira \ and Sucre ." -finn why he i* hot n! of I with it. You under-tand the tmmiifmmiuu nil pnrtof timeFtm'mtesl Mate and we
igilance *? worthy re-election a* IlIlaJ\ tjx-ceh, whilst a meinl.er of that \ ..\\v, upon ojsm-i-at'mmom of (t :5a. w'uml.lmms' that
Tle. any other Democrat. a prt>]K>silioii' to ttijf old lirlic'nf, and t/utt eirctiiu- taking ear: of No. 11. tier than I lliat. N.', in..I.I1II1."t.r !' them.iy rely tin.mu I-ROMIT return.
( and Banbrrmfln. I' I' ." The London in"liej1II1I1.1.t was unchanged.Ctm .- ninl nl-o lijH.n tli.HA,--riL pu\un-iit of any prize
'balr. stance ri-ealled the f.ict to his mi-.m "" put your ft ir.t a thing of thatI >
In what J.- I ry.Vimere,
?es'ct ;bi hn Wctcott
> letter cmiii\ \ ticket
Mr Joseph Chiires. one of ih. i-omiise-fs of the i n man then i-s the leirultilive fll1IIf the ..SVi,,,/ man ?- I -that ,dear piveious f.M.t from w hieli j-"" had ..Js' piotc.1 at 071 for account. Tlie bullion in i I may elititletl, to. Whole TukV *thu| >.
ilodgsou Still meeting in a note addressed to the for Florida than George; S. Hawkins.? I* h'u private : Where hit mighty reputation T Echo answers i ii the corn extracted lately id nljoift whirh you the Bank of England hnd inereicd f 212.000. j llnlve an>] uurtcr in projMirtion. It i* the deter

c.iitors: of the Floridiiii published the. !' U -t iM ue.rcupecMully I character any better? I* h'u political diameter { where? Ami again; if the -nt'tHtl had looked a were To kind as to tcll u*;all i:' tire Sentinel: f do A .lirioh had i/ce'jfrcd at the moutli of the mimition fli.n.lnnd of the this firma t.u have merit lime )eoiitideiiee their

t.cine.lhe! nomination. While lie xU nny'I.ttrT has lie done to entitle i little farther: he would have M-CII that I s'oteul I not insinuate thitt yom, are titiid. bnt you havi nn I p'ublie plat- in tlieiit. A lot.
grateful lot th.complin cOt, he ays that he coald him t the confidence nnd anuliing of j against the a luPrI.rittin bill itself: and common turn for such matter It i* a tim,,! of '; 1m I ri.t bill '* rii-cf; llefsry, iH-twrni I tfi! Anu-rie.in ship' J. J. ,' tiny draw e.verj Sat unlay.-Snnlnii M'tiitiji.llrnJ5. .
if fleeted. \ respect our people I that \'ol1l..illlt'r undeMnnd I tasI;tiutmri., ailtllhe l-rig Mafgalrt. T1m- Lmtiu-r --a-
not srTse (.hm-aitsi.'ighmt have induced him to MIp|.*. with "gn5iif..r" or and was
I u
thaft ha
Mr. Ch.-trles Bannerman, al".one of the nominees j tntifc Judge Hu&l'iis Evry one who j his view of the in fRcieney I f my services, that so it i* U-H1>* t">' ai'nc"' the point with you. sunk, nn-1 all lust except the captain' ar..I the pilot '

informs ts in person that he is uuJir the necessity j know tl- hi, ory (.f the two men must gire the i conscience-stricken, I had at least nracbi nn effort Time SiHtim-l i is JK> kind at to 1':1that 1 alwnyswa TIe London Jlmei MV that. the eondition cf the .

declining the no'iiitutkm. lie requests us t return preference fo Judge Hawkin I !o tare the. State from being plundered to the I ..lIIal't11 but the afimyx, JII'111 .
t his thank to iiimmeetitig f"t the c'ump'iniciit.paid As an ofd lute Whig, I believe in politital j amount cf f 175, ninfe 0,- [c... I'll bet him a hat j IVuIlciim'ummmif, you know, was i-adly"gi.t" l.v Atlantic ( aLI>> i is unchnn;.,. Signal* Continue lo I Ibe I'OliT OF ST. MARKS

him, bet at th? lam? 1 lime trr e .y It his! friends inteyrity. L that I he nl'nr"ot....] apiin the appropriation bill 1I i the voting gentleman in the mullK-rry! mil. Jut, received, but they are too faint to l-e iutrlligi-

!- thai fee cannot ronsenl to be a candidate. It ever has been the pride of our party, and I j I when he was in the legislature ] Tiut i er. .. ., and so when "Smmm came along nnd"took gible. It says the CAi'erimcnts indicate that the AUKIVEO.Sep. .

We regret that these gentlemen are under the ne- : cannot we any good principle lumen which to act I I In the third place, it is ..aiIIthp. Sentinel that III i iI me in," I wlI n't exactly in that line. But defect i i" probably within three miles of land. S4. Bar.0f II- I,. Knfecr*. IVI nn.Xrw York.

cessity declining the nomination, hut as eirlm-I in supporting John Westcott in preference to Judg.; ,I II I carried a dark lantern nnd iried )011ith DoI I still I thillklIpt'li an arc-rage, though old aim 1 I :>. t'tTi'f &u a inn f. Ituanmer.I'.p,* mte Vu'rds
tanct-f require it, we feel that !ir in due to Haw kin*. And. a native American, I :j mocracy. If the Editor of that paper assert that I ugly I and wrinkled, and-like yourself am ratJurEiiiart. : The Liverpool J'ost "snys that. the defect is two ix POIT,

lake down hide name*, end tu inft'rl the voter of r who a i honorable prefer an I j i I ercr touched one vf these abominations, or that But you will never I be *o until you get out hundred and forty milei from s-hore. The Joubt i.irriic| if. K Hut rni. IVIano; briea Rrn. Bailey, NOJI ;'
the county that they are not candidate. open enemy, to'a dtayJi-faccd | ever spoke a word against Democracy in'iny life; I'I'I of that old rotten concern w hicli you are vainly will probably be removed in u fhort time. O. T. Ward, Brtggs; fruvaouec. IIo mer.

We leave lie names of lt 1n.1 and Juci ( friend! i he a-ert that which i is not true if hue {" striving to keep above the |K>!iiiual wat"-rs, or defeated
Morphy was in Paris llitrrll\v in ,
by lz.
Blake still floating from our ( ami the Committee I What will Whig and Americans gain by theflection f..rs to my being fMtrlly initiated into the my.t re'l t-hangv it into a literary pnpcr aid get sm-irt i CAMP MEETING.

4, we presume will fill the vacancy in the ticket of John W ? What will: the j of Know Nothingism i some four years ago, he i people to write for it. Occa>oa.illy j-ou might a t-iue-.mt-piuyiuug: ecmimtet.'flue i
with other names between now and t'leday cf elec e'ol people i correct. I do not deny it now-I never have .IeI contribute one of your charming a"l"lI-ti..:. Y.II Chinese treaty ctipulaic that protettioii ; <(zrThme're will I iatmm n CAMP MBKTINCat

1- tlln.-Snl.t Kept ZSti. of the State gain by it? If he is elected, he goes j nied it f', mortal man. When I WII" a can.Ud.ite for are sum,"' I am told in that. H>/llrt| l.'ut. Rut, ,'illle extruded to the mit,ionarie
Who the committee" to fill the va- to Washington n* a recreant to his party, and of the Legislature, one of time best l ellJ'I'lIrh 'n Tall. min.l you, for the Lord' sake i.cvtT Ray njrain. II" denominations, by the Cimi ness. commencing Friday ni ht. befor* the fifth Saadtj in
outlori&e will hassc-e, who lad just declared in that id! n month c'r two in the S-afiiitl, 1M j
you ago
course they not receive him in their my presence

in the ticket? the Sentinel con-ult the October. brethren and time
< aney) I Americans, arl he never would vote for any person who hud been rather be n dog and ohm"tlme moon ;" for, if you d.m, fjiploin.it agents are to ptnianditly reside at I Ministering public are
proceeding of the meeting, it w ill see that no such The Whig 01.1 'i not, becanse he Identified with the K. N. party a.V-ed me in the the Shnk-tpearean will take you in hand, to a Pckin.Screnil. invited. R. J. McCOOK.Tallalmtsce .

contingency as a deecliimtion] on the part of any of avow himself VeUorat. and he \.i stand alone, I hearing of one ofour foreign born citizens, if I Ind dead and nmr.il certainty; and it U a dangerou new potts ars to be (pellet, ft"nd other I October 2, 1853.OO .

the nominees; was contemplated, or was even to l lallored le I a mark for Democratic reproach and of political ever been. Without deceiving him in the least business to incense tlrat crowd, I can tell 3'ou. facilities extended to ttad(. -4
frailty. but somewhat tremblingly I admit, for both ve.v r The Sentinel furthermore, (I'm nenrly done I iWy. atilborized and
and therefore fill : are requested to'
no anthoiity wa gifcn to influential mn, I Ftated the full extent of the with it.) that; nut:friend think it 'e-rv harcl, that, A dreadful] powder mill explosion had taken

,'aeancc; and hence ehonld .the eomnlittee proceed Thus situated, what influence what power can slight: connection which once but no longer existed after pal taking of their good clieer" at Hinlgson's place near St Petersburg, and about one hundred I announce DAVID S. WALKER, a* a candidate

t 1e the Hut thrown trot by per neigh- he exercise? I have rtsed moderate h.rr: Tlie between -\II I" and myself, and what was his reply Distiller, I should oppose them (politically ; or, to persons trHed. for re-elcctk_ to the office of Register of State

l lor, they "upn vturp n I\cf cTeafly and unequivoeally.withheld. fact i i. well known that the Democratic party (as ? Sir, I am perfectly satisfied with your ex use its own mi-K-ral.le wit, flionld still centimie to I There ha l been fire at Mosfo !! La mis.
a great .
as ours) *teI throw off and pi j nation, and I shall vote for you. Anil both f dandle doodle doo. I am very sorry that my Know ; -
.. Their authority was t suggest wel rept despise politically them did it, and they would do it again. Yes like Nothing friend should be displeased with me. I of house' *ere bC' t; 0\.1 hue (forest were set on :'!

I the names
meeting* When that duty was JI..bugc their I tonal advancement. Democrats in the State, I tea initiated. For a few really gentlemen, I cannot sit iny birthright for ames i II. H. has her

I power as a COinluitUe ceased lics'ule the actors I Mr. Weotcott i* against Conventions he My*.- I days I tried to think that it wa A grand affair; of bull b.f. Wh>n Deinncfats. give barl nenfv Tae table \torklnz Agafa. MRS. at BRO.WN the North West reopened ,

tn the meeting bound themselves, I, resolution to Why did he pricil"t\| the foneention at t thct it wo all that it was represented to be-a all are invitc We don't say : Sit / yom don'trote New YORK, Sept. 23.-A despatch received this Masonic and OUt, Fellows Lodge for corner instruc-ofj'
) pure ami patriotic party, standing on the Constitution n* we vote, the Jevil a crumb shall you hu y..
,'ot.for the candidates whether they accepted or II Augustine instructlg delegates from that precinct and Southern rights, composed of the greatest We didn't do it at Late Ln&yctte. We diJn't do morning from Trinity Bay says that the Atlantic tin otrihls l'iai"t forte. TKRMS-$15 per quarter,

Dut The resolution i i. in thcs'or,11: to rote for the nomination Judge na'kinl and best men of the two original j>arlics. I say I it at glorious old! Centerville. We neve? did do it CabV-i at work again, ns perfect' as ehr or per session of 5 mouths, f 30Sept.

RrnolrtJ, That we will support votefor thi iu the ConrenlUn at Monticello? Oh consistency.My tried to keep up this delusion, but would not do. and we never" will. But see the inconsistency of I 25, 1658. 33w

I .'I'eople's Independent trlitthcrtMfyjvriHalltiacnit :'lt ; I I wish bus been-since I hare found to Whenever 1 met n friend who happened to be born, the Sentinel. It find fault with me in this respect ; i(;'zeoxo DISI'ATc.ll.] "GOODS.rE
TI'L. my through +& fault of hw own. in the old world, or a yet after deceiving the whole printing of the last I NEW .
and that ill:
Joi"Gtwl we v elet I ,1!. that. hare The Atlantic Cable all Right.NKW .
in the field I
o < no
t No. regrt
Catholic, Whose only offence consisted i in Senate it whirls around and talk of lie do-
I worehip- and
\ \ are now receiving a large carefully se-
tll'l. State willing amid or county un\'illg.requires believing their I hut t.t' -'.go. I ..i I'S! cmtmtestiiommlmj be left to the Democratic ing Gu..laft..r the dictate of his own conscience, nothing Legislature of TSSfl." Vfhat ingrafitmudu'! ; YORK Sept 23.-.\ second di-tsatcim has i > > lecteil Stock GROCERIES, and Fall and!!

Time IH the there : |.'r'). Let. tkeut send eocn a man as Westcott in riiy heart sunk within me. I soon begun, too, to But why JwclV )'l'gpr on these matters? Mrntsition been received from Trinity hay which confirm I Winter DRY GOODS embracing every style and4
r ita/itl are original, placed w.I I lie! pkce of aol a{ the next election our distrust the whole a ITn ir. The idea daily gained i i" unquestioned.i My political gender i* the first, idling that the sisn.il i over the cable quality usually wanted iu thi* market."URUCERIBS .

presume by way of cni1.hmtsizing thedetcrmiimtioii we-tvH Tlwkil.the State 1. g-roltad that the objrct of (his party was to crush established beyond A doiibt It I.as Ix-en designatedby have been jH-rfeet for the past three Jar"- &r.

of .the K'rmiUe. : party carry )three thonsanjrotes. the 1mocu-ay.< 1 MW old, broken down WIU!, the confidence of my phrfy by their ri>te I ----- -- ,

On the whole the I agniost whom I hud become embittered politically: am a Dnnorrat. I have: never voted for a Wliiir vr L.tTER-.tititiVtL OF THE Onion.. i Rio smith Java CofTct,
r"ll\'s nd"I"nJell1lket I Let I!not mix up onrselres wifli nt confest endowed with new life and as 'pry as boy I per a Know Nothing for any political office in my life I P, titoen, > Crocked Grauu-ateU turns out l in the
an aLri.n Ilat hCl.ntrtuI.1 Let remain united who ceived.-too, that they were the chief cook and LottVewu'shcr from President of ,the Unit d States dawn to a member CityofWashington.Salei Currant, Brown Sugar,
u* as a
birth. Messrs. Chaires and Itannerman have; Ihu\J I party .i act ii[>ouprinciples of the concern. I saw all this i in a few of the Florida Legislature. I don't say tha I I Uni-vni. i Bacon Si.le, clear art!
of and -- --
I their allow their integrity putriotiitn. Let u* have dat'. mid. with the settled conviction that "I \ill do for it i i" that I but I Drid ribbed
good k'IIS by refusing t n"I..t I IA Ito was never so, possible may; / Cotton for Jim ree DaIII-t ,ono bale, M"rktt Appe, j
l>e used II the having the rtuitter the bent Representative of our St'ste we can get, soKV 1 tlrterwflisl to come out from among fh'eM ; I hare never done itd.. What is the Editor of I Cloning buoyant rith an AJriiirino Trn'liney. I. Citron, &e. i Sugar Cure l Ham,
) -irc-pulcr even if he be a Democrat.- : fur I cauMn't rtt-nd the c pwd or the iaruneimdes the S'wttfi Heaven only thin tell _To what I English Dairy Cheee, < Pork, LarJ, ,tc,
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I in the hurt-lived affair be < i J- '
charge may w>ii.< I will nof eater into praises of Judge I either. I had newtibeets in u lodge-i wa not I party do'"n li? beIowj!T He says he don know NEW YORK, Sept 27.-TheLiveq'ool, Ne-* York Gosbemo Butter, i
any HaW I even initiatfl ill ont-!but that ili.l not ,'. liim-elf. His political it an enigumma.lie .
"re alad satisfy In > compo| together with Collates Pale Satin 'ra'ht I and J qr.
Of the remaining two gentlemen-Mc!.*. Maxwell I LinFIe U,1 none from any (person at thi*time.He I. There witS but one way by which I could I legitimately i il neither fi.-h. H'e.-h.nor fowl but if not a sort of Philadelphia'll ls1ti1' Conitany'| "t'un"Mr -

and Blake-whose names are kept .floatingat I i is too well known in private AS w.1 as public withdrawand that was ftated to me before I poilwn 'IInrl to bring forth abortive tit'kels" City of Washington, Capt Robt. Leiteh, hn* arrived -.taso--- "

life a* man of unquestionable good character, of I took the initiatory step, and I determined to I lie i is n would be wet nwffff fScHe them i iMo with Liverpool advices to September 15th. j A small but complete aMortmtfpt"ffnod Lfanore"
the II0it-Ilead" of the txntincl, we wish to I : avail of it. 1 down embracing. Wine. Brandies Gins, (Holland and
) and of myself Kit /In.lwl'ote to the | irur. hare iu>thin<; irurn to ray. COMMERCIAL.Lirirpnol )
in all his
"itl respect to Dr. Mu\.tI as his personal hone-ty integrity pur'i ,acts, I're"hI.it.f the tiller, informing him iVtt, upon ONE; WHO AVAS PRESENT. | Philipr.) MononfrhhaU Whwkey. Cld.r, London Porter -
and I tnily regret, that a ( like this we cannot Cotton Market.-Tlie Sales cf Cottonfor
a : I I I commit and Jeffries Ale, tc, political friends, that the life of his name in such A dtfiirtt to buildup a tie & .tk.I reflection. not eonxcirntioiixly uphold the -- I Sparkling
utrorty party a of the and three days were 42r,00' bale, of which
therefore speculator -
connection injurious to l.il while it can work no instead of one ] of our cHizcns Uk'tig: position principle party, withdrew ; BY TELEGEAPS.: I i DRY GOODS
i I.i'iol I and I told him the truth. A fuH eohfs 5on is good took 8,000. and exporters 6,000 Imlw. There
r''t.advantage toothers. He U made. to occcpy to .i"rg.nia : party or A branch of it, to for the *oul,.and I put my fot,t in it" that time.tlitjhllif -0-- j Kerseys, Osnaburjs, Georgia Plains Wool and mixed
look advance of the the
for t
now" $ during days
wa an ou
l'oSt I of apparent hostility t the DeenmicraticIsirty 'hicI ar ILlgl.tu n.lioJa bat I jerked out again mighty quick. 1 LATER FROM EUROPE. pa Uoeeys.' Blankets, ttc. Mu dma Lames, Cam-
safety. to be I desire cnrrent qualities and the market clotted buoyant brie. Cashmeres. Silk. sec Tweeds and
pret'cndeil cute. such
of tl* county, when it is well known that he The of the native American never Very no ------ |
prinrplel j tarty are character, nor can I say like Brutus, that I hare with advance tondcn'ey.The Kentucky Jeans. Edging and Inarrtings. -
wa parli iMnt] in the meeting which nominated gaining at the South with nil, and at,thi 'I
\or : never trusted And been deceived. I hare been ARRIVAL OF TIlEPRINCEALBERT. ItA'cU.; Aaiencaa & French Print,
Democratic tifket.: Moreover, Dr. i it ineligibleTlir time more than ever should we I firt.l ih our position l\finJI"t"in abuMnre : I
I and not ally ourselves ady oaUidef, unless miserably many transaction. The ntfi's from the 'nlted' lafe" caused the adrnnde 51 i Ex"Et ,rrr ASSOBTMCXT orGtnU
constitution residence in a I hare been deceived false friend and
year' by even I I
reuirt' I we can d.i iv u[ !principle. in'cotton, and'produced (die actirity in the B >oU and Shoes,
] \ronM has- "thtmen I county, previous to citation, .: qualification for AX OLD LINE WHIG. lovely t < my eye, P t -ALSO-
she can do it again, and as often as she please, and market .Mahcliest'er'adViee.i are favorable, the prices '
I iiuuil'er of .be HOUAC. Dr. mlais4l returned from Misses sims Children SSoe and Boots,
that's more than "Sam cntfsay"; or his Lieutenant Ctton Advanced l-8d. ofat'qiuaRt'ies of'gbodj had riigtilly improved,
List nd
Key West dome time U tl, Immtter part of Noflbercf WIU FOR TUB ATLANTIC C4BLLIt i is' generulTyuppo the Duke of Shank" The &7tfi1ltl i is rery fond ofctery quality.

14"t year, i we bare been correctly| informed, rtl tlut lie Atlantic Cable was made entirely of chanting Democrats With putting theiV feet, HAUFAX. Sept 27.-1'he steamship Prince Albert 1 and holder were demnfldiiig a further advance. Clothing and Genii Dmt Gowlt.PjnU .

and consequently has h-i.I..a the year required in Kngland is. not the ms. Very mnammymike into thillgIt i* saI by men of much more has arrived with Liverpool] dates to Sept 17. The London jYoriilny Pott says that the policy -Clodi! tIcs SImm Cawimere and Tweed,

the Ito law.J'e the cireuin of the wire were manufactured in Pvidenc ability than myself, that all those Know Nothings of the United States against Mexico is believed to C at do. Jo. do. do.
by organic l.1tral at M the portion of the who did not recant but acted with the to ( .mmereial.Ltr and Silk
flthlrin upper | cit party be against any present interference, so that Mexico Vests. da Plain. Sc.ch. Sattw ,
stances, therefore, it i i. unfair and unjust to him, thousand ton of iron I per day were consumed in time last are solemnly bound by their oaths still ,rf9ol ('often .1/arlyt.-The sales of cotton for fill when debilitated I Uudcr hirt*-M.iiuo* Latiib Wool silk A Cotton.

.jin.l painful Vita political friend, to witness the the work and its tuperiority,over that made in without the power lo absolve themselves; mind, if two days were 30,000 ItaK1, at an advance of-Jd., may an easy prey by anarchy. Linen Baobm Shirts, Calico and Cotton ShirU

i ungenerous U5e mad of Lie name-UaJt too ( .I Eiian.l l i i" well uudei>to Kl by the Cable Compnnr. such b. tile case, the Sentinel had better let Ufo I caused by the news brought by the Arabia from The London limes seems apprehensive th'at the Pure liar Marseilles a'-d LMt! Shirt Bconr.
Hi is of note tluit of the ire alone and! extricate them indebtedness from Mexico
"worthy 1 jMtrtion O enoca\or to fn>m this" ten million pound i-U-rling Plain black and fkiicy Silk.
far other Crarats- ,
guise t a you may, no ]>ufxtsv than t made in this tiitry parte-1 1 while eiiig laid. It dreadful I (dilc4imn-for' the) have got their fee the United Sute*. to European creditor to bd in serious

distract and Jlvide lime Jtin-orm. lIeu they may i timmy turn fUt one of these days hat more was done I into it" :*. Thank Heaven, I N&llhOLe included Breadftuffi anti pro itionsre bteajy. CviisoU appears HATS 4CAPS..

f'1: u oa C y prey in future eoiitCfK here in beimalfufthmla rl1 t-utVrpriW than U generally I in this list and if I have erred, it was done unintentionally I I I' e i1. jeopardy. A jxxl asmorimtutofgeutiemen.*A boy",last*tjlea.
known. Tie wa cenecirrd )her?. and : and I am resolved to make up by SADDLER CUTLERY. 4c. dr.
t y 11u'T"i steamer C"Ulun. reported ashore tl.c'iinpnlse which fnscd it into r"ot fact i5 America I my futnre zeal! for one slight deviation from the Burning of the Sleanublp Austria BURNING' OF THE AUSTRIA. .

tie .\1.i:linr. got <,f gO TlmrJday last, and I n l"yiind Nil doubt The next thing that ooglit paili of (xilitical consistency I mean to turn up NJ.W You r eq-tt. 23."It i is generally licvcJ HvufAX. Sept. 27.-Tlie bark Lotus brought to All of which defie'snt w e offa for awl sale at evodiiioo pr'r. to of o'u'u'u..puni time
with tb'i
.f f.r ( w <-nns on J'ridlT. to I.e loitc i is to put a live American at on oh end of at every arbacne" that I' can-and warn the Democracy I I that the buruin'! lcamcr \as the Austria. The in-* this port twelve of time passengers of the ill-fa ed Rem eawly! .
TIU i i.rig n. lUiley. mmycs, reported a.hoiv in the catIf. in ead of trt preniit .\r-coach John to keep} clear fr m'all connection or partnership C-ttou Coupe -ctfnly.
(( 1 CO.
rrfu d the ORMOND
commalmimhare Au tria. Time sel took fire
te4m r on
t..nty.fjrer hip >
1 Iv :, got dOt on" WeiIDfIII27 brt.-Wakvlla I ISi I Bulls: who slImmesT .be about A* .ln1 and stupidnor.l with Know Nothingitm, for itt rpirit rt'dl I surantc _
** cf.. 1' I II it ni.l.l. ;v.-fioffft J.r. S'rrrathid RIVS- I have the mark of the I I: ccnt. TTduiutnJ the afternoon of the 13th meL, In the .teem'agt-- Newport, Ka1, Ovt 1653. W4

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SS&ro sAtfOXSATUJ.PAY :: TAX UF: lrX AT iSlE STOKE LIE LTnuteiguietl l .ff
OK T The place 1:well known. It i within five mile j A RARE CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT I.\ 1 rot S 4. ft*: 5t'i'i'l.llfr ./:, Jri'r (1S t'ul

i AIYER8&JOBMAN.-] } : of 1uILalut.s.\the Baiubiidge road, and: contains fI i4i' 'nfdtrt? .'. ...
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acres. ate two | --- -
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i lliiig-liouf-e.. with Gin.bor Ser 1 i \r \-t CO..S.Lrturf- Jfg"l '
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NEW GOODS-NEW GOODS. al ,.tlVr! cut buildups. Tlie land 'KK! an ; I I.- ICth .U ,,f OH t-rat 11 i; And Authorized y $eSTATE of OEO. !
tered. One-third the balance in
I ca>h. one and
1 ,,.r *.-le I lit ;)'ILlicCC
v A j.r A HU i-: i jf f < >i*K ITY: 25 18.:8. S94wCoPartnership J5Je5a ff If. .fI rlrflrltt err rrinft.

--1UHJ1X.' iiMIA14 i JrIriry, ..ii/.(r 11'ltt'. f1U1 ItVIFIryV Gut.. --- -- -- Notice. ] ] twill[ dJfJ Jdiiui) C 1eifp'.otreally ttlml'tkir; 1'101111.po ar/,,,.

nrr tat>rt Itrtytfhff Lattery
!. -. I..re..M.4'ulr."IU! 1 l. :{ ytara -- 0- V AV TV/AT I'OA'LD' _

.>'./i. yt-uii Jatk* *! .'-fl'.i.of'i 1'tit rJ'fl' rlrflsxI; : ) trr: I.f'\\ ttCUJ: ah.rge I \\TE. 'THE r DFn{ 1m. have: tl.is day: I '

a ji ,.utit v (.f n... Cfitlo.1 .L ni'd Wi l II! H'LC.I: eWk ofM'atcfics t'lle,1 I co partnership' uSder the Firm Inf, Reduced j rpl] t: following ,:jTh5;; will W dra Wn Ly SSsr I

i I. I.I'1ilJ tai j>ic -. r.t l I1&e {.JIIII'r rcviili-tirc f'I( : ; (ieZ s. Jrirclnt, Kihrr tinrl Pli'cd (.CXRRELL .1 t MAXWKLL.. .for the transaction of I Ii to a Fraction j JL J Co. M."& f'.st.f the Sputa AendViny Lot "
Miiunic. eitiLiltii; i Giiic-rnl Mercantile ,iu .
t. I.ft eid ([ Lake : Lt : t each of U.eir Single Number Lutttmes A r
.' iLK-wm. To suit the time- I ; rnpojr a critllt; utitil Ware
Iii lir.t J1nntrI.I'I1I'f"I| -r_ ;:\ mL ; D"tA'S "ith al" wn-sfeliug .>f i der I use iiiperiiiteudmceof Commi V jt *. ;
: '\'.1 1tC'f'ulity. 'fLi" i i. rll.' ( (11'1"'I.t,; .IC..h',1 i Gent fine G.Jd aud Silter: Hi.htin : 1\J JLfAl' "s j
Patent Levi-r FIMiNEW SAHHHEtJY CassJr"n n. Saturday Ociot-fr 2. 18fo."JC'rfM
0 _
tl'e) ''lJI d""I1' I".ltll.. !uo.I STtotA.' ]).,'1 i Watehes. GOODS. 1'I I SG J'raf on tbrivrday, Ottofxr 9, 185?..
: 1. >.t '*- JoHX It. LLOYD. \uc. (:tutu fine i-iher Anchor and Lepine Watches, I Otati :S7 Jfrfitr* HI Sittnrday, Ortabrr lt 6, 1 S5. _
,>,.t..1 5:. _! E3aI fGrLmE 1\.I.1.A.CjE3X1'T
( 4 MU t iS'
__h_ __ ____ :. Lndi. i.e Gold and Hunting Author tht
*V open Dial .b. o : : <;' on Inhibition at WM. II. (((/JRIClrs CAKFENTKR SHOP, Ur.IIO't/'S$ i (. .< 33 Diatrxm Saturday October Zv. 1S68.av .
Valuable Plantation Ele' lIt I'l'tll..f l".rei.tne| : :Mo?' ic Paintings., Gaineo. ,
Carrell & Maxwell.T : Street, A uzii.sa, Gro., where it ran be seen in operation from thefours
I-iva. C.ralmltl Gold l utoiw-. (:",.t. fine Gold aud I TIn I'LAX OFSXCLEUJ/DELS.
''Off HALE! I i 8 to 1 A. M. and from U to it P. M.
Silver! Fob ehains. Gtmll..1 \\M chains.. o--' I of I
Lalit'1 tilt
,! I II... I.nrp's. <.ftriusgin j tl,*ir juliit intcu-H i Cliatalain (.)liain.. l. idies fine Gold; Oral A Jet P.rsaceV \ 7 E havfjtisf received finns New Yoik rat iT 5. 1.'lIE principle en-1-raeed in this, Machine corresponds exactly with the old and well known process of 50,000; Tickets !r

!- t 1..1 "!.*<'. the urI44r-trij! otiiiii for alr tlnii ; let*. Gold and Enameled Pins and lIar Ring*. Gent i T an out \i.. Yurt ft'/ori of I plilting and! dressing by hand labor, wording directly with the gram in the timber. It produce an I'KIZKS -
i.,i' ii i,,". knnn II
.I'i'i: i TJllIal.Ilt'H't' AII't I\ ill: Utwwn the ( ..ld Pens and C.IF'I. a large :<:'I"IJI.t of Fine ML! & mm GOODS I alr"/lly obtained a celebrity p"s"f'E.se.1 bJ' Ione othH. Tile wh.Ie nuuhiu. .tl be I''lilt f..r ntl..tllinl the ONE_I> ::IZF. TO EVEEY KIKK TICKKLTS: 'a

A H.. a .1..1| St h..k"" .t T .l1allll@"' I' (l..l.I 111 SII".t Sp.taiss.: : (:.11.111.1 C'I:1 NoklaVers. V c..st of any other. and will rive MId clinic fro.u. the bolt 'r..m R.OOO tll Ili flOO Shingles pet day. For this i ipurpase UX1FICEXT SVlimfEl "

'.-iridjift fir* wl, ..f r ro.d.: and e-u Gold r.n.th and Ulr Picks, Gold Slulrs JU-lt: It ololy r'fJuirt'II a Two horse lower tft work st. lit tIle same tim .y"U can Inuke any reqnir.iletgtlu.
V :'.' I Iuddr Seal.Lockets. Clurnis Gohl which we intend to sell VERY sow for (,,", country] ;, tI.icklllM" it j. 1 illl'y "rJint. TO BE bU1I N EACH SATTBDAT.; IS CCTOfcER I
and Silver durable
;4Th'r thrcI a'.atb..O <.f whIchV nr? and it is ailju tible tiany nquirt'.1 .r taper ; lltul'l dle'J'' M I
.11' Use !an.i i>'e .< :,.' as ;.1' in Hi* ''untlie Thhi.bles.". Sl.*.t8 Button a.id: Studs! Fine .old i PI..II< or good paper : and we are determined not |. rv HKchanic can make it and a boy may work it. I Prize (,f. .?70.000 I 4 Prfses of. ..t90O'T II'

", V Ifiration lieallhy and th) ,'at;-. tl.! bbrt this 1. ing. and Pji.' iiitli l>iatt.nl l, !Jut/y. Opal and to be i\ni B!OLI> by an>' Ixxly.We To Shingle Dealers Lumbermen, Capitalists and Speculator, this machine i a safe, cure and pr.fiftMeinreftnien . O.OOO .) 4 800

i n V id tie! tno'iiitaiiiti. Upon the pretuiar it 1 i.vooI IVarl Sets, Plain atd: Chaced RLigs Misse: Ruig, i ill \v.i\s ke1 on hand a general abutment ? We invite all to call and sec it ir operation Any further information can be had by calling I 1" 10.QOO 4 700'
atail \\Itll; C'J.SILVER. (.r GOOnS( usually brought to this | will Le found wiih the Hotel 1" 6.IO 4 *
) ItKH'K I\\\\ ti.l.l5C. .1 pl.iill Imd. ou the Patentee or his Agents, one of whom alwajs Machine or at the Globe 600
maiktt, cbnMfting, iu part: as followc : j jPL I 1" 4.000S 60 600
1:.r"l'stOllb Ili1.. and CI'IIt-lilling Ilsii tZCH large ruiiI lLilI:: : \ .
1" ted
I liic wut housci are cf !P iick. nn-J Iniilt III the u *t PUci i and breaded Table SJKWIIS and F O LY1'.11(. MACHINES I 1. 1.600 I 100 a 1!;
I5 flJJ V'ti1I al.! ... fell \.tJ ":' !, Choctftw Stripes, |
nuniivr. with the plac", Deseit( | 4 1.1 !30 .. lOfj.j.i'ozunaliout
t'-in. Fodder. SO head of ktuck cattle, tie same .utisI I, TM CJeorgia Ker!e\'! j I>roun fchiitmjrs, j AH Letters should be ad-1'er-eJ to M. KING & CO., Augusta, GeO. Prtres.

I 1"1 i of Iwjj*, M itb a few LJoo! c-d c..tttle.f the Duih.uu1tc.I Sugar Spo m! Mustard: and Salt 'pnoos. Extra Georgia Kersejs. Bleachdo.! -- -- 0CEFI. --- V

I Swp j ". lse hi Cah th.. anti tri., 1'l.iins I Kj'/I Blanket, 4 Prc of .W .prr" tt 7o.000 rriEf' arett.MO -1

TKRMS.-One-tl.ird ca*la. the bal.iiwc 0:1 a cre.lit of '. I.I.l'. !!"h'! .'.. II lutd i I Maulbito Stripes, .Ic.. dc. Je rrrI IC.A.rEE : 4 .a 30" !3t'OO li'O

V !I. 2 auJ 5 )'cu- the) puirii.." giving in.tes drawing 8il\t! Xail.iii] Ring Silver Card C: P< rtc DRY GOODS : -- I 4 4 2TO 5"* 10.000"7'Oti 6I 8irJ _

V' |I..r ceut. iutt-r ht. with h'ti &;.".I feiuli('! an1w Monuu and. T.e?1ct", Silver Cup and Ouleb.I' Shawls! : Cork! Satinets. Plain Satirwt, Ginghams, V AI-C.VSTA Sept. 8, 1858. this city I take pIe I ure in sating, that of tile many 4 ** 11'0" 6.008" 4t'i i1,'

V it li mortgage nil the I'r"pc'rt I.C..I..II, M Q jug to P I A ; i iIVautifal Chi-rks Cm tain Irih) JJiien: Ta '' kiixU of Shingle Machines, I have had the opportunity I
1E/LtU : Apiou Ula5. t tIle ; Me. S. M. KISG-Tn compliance n'ith your request. 4" :3" .5(10" 110-:
will :
i juicLuse, prafaj.pV| to .Ither of u.. i D.uinaaks bruwii l L.a! of seeing in operation, I never saw one that aCfmlh"btS !-
; ,( ) { in the u!e M "
V 1. n CII.\lIas. V of Silver C.stull. Cake aUI J.I. I'mC.I" I take pleasure in reporting my eipirience 4 51) 1.iOO **0 _
C. POXVKI.L CL'AIUES. I B.i.ket*. .\31t1'. ,. \\ ;PIII..it. V (C..tol and linen.) Russia &'ici' aud Bird | a'foue of your Shingle Machines My Machine is located the work as well with the same 6,0414ipuizesut 2t v .u.. . . . .O II
( Ij"s 110 l Crut.lu.Lineti my, or one so simple in construction, or one f'ConO-I
Diapers, the
Pye n.d : about 17 miles below near \u'l,
Oct. !. !!?!. -"-:'rnV I Hil D. I H. - - I Pouches Capa. Wads and. Wat .(a :.r.1)) Siifpender,B..l :, gusts A Savannah Railroad ; the material! used is :>i I inexperienced 5,4So Prizes; i>m<>tn,t In? (.). . . .'3O.Oo.P
'- Gtutric ;:
I. Blanket .1 Truly yours, M.J.GILBERT. I
Land for Sale. FINE CrrLrav-Tat4e and Pe eri Knives, nilli & Prints Sp Csttn.White :. ]:' Cypress ; power, a small portable engine, on wlll'eb. r; Works. Wiiott TiciT ;jH'; hIstys 3 ; Qrateaa $2.
null Red Plunnel : Sup't Augusta
without F,'rUs Rtxlgers t Woct iiln.!lmes PixketCutlery Uml.n.lal. which can be conveniently mov d from place to J! I

V OFFEIt for sale tile' (..I1'J"il'3lud.l.' tract of : )llodjrtrsit( Wojtenholinf lUizor A Scitsors. Xci-dles, Sewing Silk. Opera place by a p lir of mules or horse. The machine 1} tr .t 1'1/.wr: .',,tciuy t::;. ;flM l'rtr a'

V, I land i: i ,.f Sec 35. TIlt I. X and W. ahl.ut Hue China Gootl.Pajwr Mache: G..1".! j nels. Irnt. funcBek gas!Fim.'I'I works admirably. fully up to all you claimed for it. )} AuursTA GA, Sept 0. 1658. It ttit b(:>y tat fc.si'ir' (Crec.ee."r0 :: : a

V 'tu i acres. This l.iu.i uiljtins the Tallaluvee Dejxau I Musical IiHtlnimmls Mourning. t.. Jc. and far beyord my peetahon. This machine is//fopVrHtfed r I liave en Mr. S. M Kin/s Shingle Machine -'' :_ ." ':.

:- the :01 tII.AI.oE Ii : \ l AJBSIESS GOODS, I by one a lute man, (having no experience I/'S "rive" 1.1 shingles within 30 seconds, and without rtificatcf ,-f Piirlcncp;wil! be oK1 at the /,ll.". _
Guitaif, Violitis; Flutes Tambocrinrs, Actxrdcou8, iu the use of tnachimr .) and coron.on plantation tie I''I hesitation I assert that if WI IIl1tteudtll. it willdraw rive, ,hieh ii.il rvk 5
i of S W of T of I inland and of tht I rates : -
J Sec 23, I, 1i, Nand eiery t./i ; rre, anJ ve '
Banjos tic. r proes, it turns out from 7,000 to 12,000 shingles per and joint" in the most c..mplete manner 15,0 W 'aiuiti Certificates M l'arkst.i- 10 WlM.Ie Tkkef. ..
V co'i ; 80 acres. Table ?Mats Backgammon: Hoards. Walking Canes I L.'TUT t"811 : I day (of 10 working hours) depending entirely upcu ;(| within 12 Itonrc. It is the best kind""/ rna'-hin? for Stt ,

A i.".-Ixits Kt's. !. G and 7, of Sec 3. T 2, tt I, I House Belli1 nilerl. Feather Dusteis, I Silk I Robe a Laize, figure Jro de'RLme Poult deSoice the supplying f wuivJ t a. the uiachibe. )i I the purpose that I have seen ip-mot tf! :3. -a' 10 Half 4V

*< aui I W, containing 275 a. ns. Tins laud liii bathe P.uut Boxes. JlplllCd. CIilcrID. Fishi.ijj Tackle, '! I/lcelinl and Florence/ Silks. Dt'I.I.1 )our ob't $tTt't, HOPKINS. ;I ,' V W.l1. HIGHT; 10 Quarter ?U _
tcU. a. -
Eatt bank ..f tL. Och',irkn
AJ.SO-i: j of :; n i .f si-c **., T I, 11 2, x anti I: >0- i I Laize Rulls. (al wool] delaines.) Flowered AtcfSTA, Sept. 8., WS.' j)1 Irou and Bras Founders and Machinists. orll'rillg Tukrt or Certificates, enclose*- V
French piiuted and money to our tdJre! f<'r the Tickets orderexf. on receipt .
II: D.lailll1
containing 80 rierei. 3 4 i M" S. M. Kixo Dear Sir Your Patent Shingle
or |
Stcreofcojfsiilli Pointings i :
I L.uliful plaid Cnfbmcrcs. Swiss and I We. the undersigned citizens of Lancaster of which: thy will( be forwarded! by *tat mail.
Ar in CaduiiotuitT.thfe sale by % & IA ( Machine hnx been In at two Pa.
: >o S E 1 and E \ of S for nO operation my sb.jfor I
Cambric Brilliants and in Purclmsero ca>) have t'cket: ending in figure
Mulil having o-tration the above
W of Sec 's N. deduction I for CA ,' 1 it To make I vicinity meui any they
i : 35, T 2, R :, 3-nl W, cwulaiuinij 210i BIwll Bl'k: WhiteCr. nonthi. aid have watched cloudy / designate. V
tioncd Machine, take may
;! i d it far machine I have feenJ)i pleasure certifying iliac it
: res.ALV; Shingles any.
i t'lt. :1 jurpasses. will rforlllall it warranted do The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes Will be
i __ Pl. Curdl d well in be 'i p to and even more,
> ill Madifon Ctlullt .. S W }. Sec 2\. and N It de its work l. sad Can. my opinion sent to purchasers iinmedialely after the
) Tassels. i' ansi ne heartily recommend Its inttxlrctiou; into drawing.
W f and W J .-! X K 4 ,"l SIC rv Al I.. K; i .-f s I Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. :1 Linen Cambric. and Thuur'ss'd..rejItati.lkerchiefs. ( I mad o turo. out from I') to 15001! per .Jay. Its I' eral use. From its simplicity and practical utility.gen ZST Purchasers will please write iheir signature
: its l.t. not tl.i'ik: can be
Ji: of Sec 50, and W } ,.1 > J.: V ..I 5r 20, iu a'l' I RAIL-ROADS.I ) :: extension; steel and yl- excelled.fimpl.'ciiy ard durabilitt WM. II. GOODRICH. w feel no hesitation in saying that it far .furpasriva plain anal give .heir pIt Office Oouniy and Stat,.' I

r.It aert*. all iu T 4. li 4. wwl t_ I Pile skeleton Skills, Misses Si.n Is. Ladies ,( all other machines for the same purpose that ever W Remember that every Prize IS drawn and _

AI.-O iu Jac'kR.N c.jiiU V <.u' ipoia River. S W J. -l Merino Vests. Silk Worsted BrauK Mantle and I have witnessed-the Machine of,) en me under onr observation. payable in full without deduction.

: See; :!1. E i X W !. hM'C.. Ei..f X W 4 Sec 25.C I: 11 Cloaks Alexander's beet Kid n 10kc.tc. Ac.EMHROIDEHIES Samuel: M.daily King. at Mr. GoodrichV Shingle work shop, and DAVID HART Ar\, Lancaster Pa, J3f All prizes of *1.000 and under paid imrnedmtely -'

V I: J .f S L i. Sec ::. a I. i.. 'I 4.1t4. X ui.JWeots-I 4c $ EDG1XGS : fully concur in wl.at Mr. Goo,jell "")s of it BEXJ.SXAVELY, do. after the drawing prizes at the . t 400 G. W. WINTERS do. time of thirty day*.
iiiing acres.
1 1L. Schedule.O An endless Buile Collars W. It. RUSSEL Foreman of the Shop. ( V
Change variety- and 8e ts,
Crepe All comninnieations confidential.Addres ).
.\ in Jjirksoii : I J. STEEL. Drumore. Lancaster Co, Pa. strictly
countyii liver ---.1 Cap h'fe. Thr'I.llnd hnllldt Linen Bobinet Edgirjgs SAM'L BREWER & BRO. Paramse do. Or-l,-ra for Tickets or CertiSCfttes t.* 'V _
about t-ii luileo .I..." i itt junrtion with thd .flint I aw d l inserting Flouncing .t". I An-t.TA. GA, Sept. 9th. 1853 I -
X I after stint! J. J. GOKDON, Marietta, ,J. S. :Hr.CO.., Augusta Ga. -
1.55 ( .L Kiti-r ,
acies (' ii< 1u.'lIIlltuJs. m SeC 3. 4. alI S.lturwn OctoWr. V
win.M..I of the above ,
I ) I La"c : t the operation ma
, ", 10 and 1:. iu T 5, K 7. X I*id W. I 'V Ilif; Tram will lo ruu d.iily (Saiulays cict-jitetl) 110X\ETS : : chine and concur fully in the abo\e tatementa. and IwtluloI A. P. MERCHANT:Columbia Lancaster. P.i.We i CT Persons rei.!mg near Montjjmnery. Ala.. cr
as : i, Headlre! ArtinVial-s 1. save
Those Uiids'
adjoin thr Iiius! of Ca'tb DJuo l on further that its simplicity and I durability (
French ) say the, underpinned, having in use the above time, by aJdrt-sjung =. Swan 4 Co, *t either ofthon
tl.e'c, Leave Station Mill. 8 A. Flowers tiglestcs.hOSIERY .. Ia'i
t and Hugh Ui.s-1 on the NorlluItOHEUTOAMDLi! 3. 'Yake I \ I wi far surpasses an thing that I have seen I r Ilia \ chine .1. (sully concur in the ab.vc ctatcment : .itif!. IUzi
: Arri al r" ;. 9 10 .\. I GLOVES kind I I.ml.1 have otbt-r V
; Jc.ct. :! I 4- -of crery : king Vhinglehat no at any ( JOHN WHITE '. .
t < :. U58. 40-41 f I I.t Tallaliatpce .. .. . .. 9f A. 1 i Kid Doc'kin and Buck Glove; Ganntlet8 for price if I coul.l get the one above alluded to Tim )I ISAAC WILSON.Pittsburg do. !, Tirlcti fu'- salt 71'. :'1. WEST _
. ?, GentleI
V --- -- .- ----- V I, Arm lit SL Marls ... . . .11.15 A. l V I machine can easily be attached to the common GiniGe.irin I 'I'tllaltsIcrv'. Fl c. V I -_ _
men, Silk! Mitts and 1.\.11. and Huntkts fur i THOS. WOODS rlo.
. Lands I.tu\'eL *. 2.15 I.I Ladies and Misses. Fancy and plain Hosiery
Artivc ut Tallaliassee '" .. 3 4n 1. :f bf Si,k Thread Cotton and \Vtsl.1100'i'S (i '1'. OGLLSUY", Cotton Gin Manufacturer. ( J. M LEO the ne"J with Tie innnnnt of the Prii that eneil
V I.III: .u'.i1.M-t- ..tf r5 f..r sale the tact known A* L""C Tollii.&p.: ) . . . :V5o i | i"D. Clt arfittt. Armstrong.co,, Pa. ore i ii entitled t.. will Ix- p'II.li"h..l"fter.r'y l drnw'
NrJuo.iiM I..d.'i, 2i euiles! East of Arrive at Walker's Mill. Station 3. 55rt P. M ds ShOES;' UXCAX BRYANT. Fernandina. RL ; .
j : f i AroisT. et.Oth 1858. it. in tin f.1 lov! VV/ papers: Antrii* (tim ) ('OD"' 11

:.I ;LoA.l! rota.ag: "6(1 *in.ihil Xe" OtUuim Delta Mobile Register
V V I ,1- "'" .;...i..tll.latiiuJIIJj.Io1. j : w..h.r..d. V t">'iee. a tTt-t-A lii }!.li",". Alligator.: Itatdwinnnd! | JjJ Kid ; Also, Rnsee-tt and lI'u\"ylro. I' i the Shingle Mai-hlng, of Mr. S. M. King in o rali\lO.)| dolls EDWARDS, Clearfitld, o,. I Cbirl"ftoo Stan.arI. Xlivill Gazette Allan In-' 4
t. I i!V. I ; V V .: "Ial'e II Ct" qjJIjI1e : fur Plantation IM ? telven! Nevr york B, .k Savannnhrnirg
: Jark ti\illo nriivin at nticeb! ( 1..JJ'1 and ; nis use. and fri'Sn TV hat I Saw of its I safely Weekly- Day 51
performance, can A. I' MORRISS tit"ri:
I. .' :-V I" : '1 '. r',. t.. n..j.l IJ..UT ; Pii.Lr%li. and .l-p.iiti-:I .g Wt'IIt's11,1! 't\IIJ" ; dies.: Misses and Childrcns Shoes, of every tlescr'ption. ; I ":1. that :It 13 the beet Shingle Machine I ever< WM. KEITH. Wilmington X. C. ,' M.- Hew Richmond. Dispatch. Hew York Di.V

\ .1. : I I w ilb Pt Coacli to r..iI"nurihl.f 01.1 | Hats and Cap, Three Ply and Jr rain, I I ICarpets saw, lining its work in the best possible manner and '/ DAVID FOaTER, d.. t h I pntch Pauldmg (Mim ) Clarion and Little Rock,
Al I LAX .
J1ACFARLAX.Lands. returt.d Iofvrt ,l I. puture Tnill ; te line of i! of Bru jel*, V Ru g< (,Velvet, j being the siiuplent tn.ioliine of the kind in use. I think )I (Ark.) True Democrat.Xv. .
V : : < ; t )'afl Stciri l-etvetn New Orl -an! Key lt iiii.ICuba. j I it to the successful manufacture: I 14. 1857. 46-ly V _
-- V 1 Xi'tionn Wnodxiare, Willow-\rare, : Brushes ]peculiarly adapteil | We the undersigned having examined the above
H' and iut.rltoiltc |I..ils: on the Gulf arri\il; shingles or heading in the Southern States where machine have hesitation in '
Fancy Soaps, Perfumery, | Comb, no recoruineuJing it to
! at. anddcp-iitiiiijfKini I ,. M:,rV I,>1 the 1511 IU.I 2'.1!h Stationery.:: nesros are the most avail ible operators ; and ifproperly ',I Shingle Makers: Maryland State Lotteries.

.. f.ftvory month. Sliould these il.ites fol(," tunbrs. attended, I believe it will cut 12.UOO Shingles I( WHITE --
I liE .enoak.; ".or ,:e el'e 1..Is kl 'lIgillg I Hardware and Glass-ware f JOhN Wilmington,
I to tbr lJ4alr ot tl.. late C I. John U. ( atIItI1e.'Ii tlIli tml will be run as \\r leheJllIv c.itie.t \*itL Blacksmith Took Cutlery :,i per day. }! A. P. MORRIS, doJ. R. PRINCE & Co., Manager ..

tie <'. '. of J Iaily Trip coinmrnc on Tallahns'scc ll ad
LMIUII n). \( t:Lft iwh I In! \\lll.iu w\tli tuilrs i>ftlie > on j Hollo i: WM. KEITH do. Splendid Scheme .
; lbs Ut OctuU'r, al.J until the 9ih I time of Oejuirting w-waie, I ATOCSTI. GA, Sept. !th, 1858. / do.
d (nt'u.-i l ilrc..1. j j1. i & $[ WILSON 1C53.O
.\li a T-cJ .f 21i!! acte, Iyiii: nillun three niilr an:arriving as in-r old fJl.ul. :! GROCERIES; i I Me. S. M KING Doar Sir: Having hid the op-j i' WM. S. ASHE do.J I For AUGUST_ _

olai j d I Railr..a>l, ami ..w of N' .cs-rs. at the 1 Inrad .( J I 0 UTO lX. ,. Of every km 1 lallJ vaiiety. All kinds of WINES I unity of seeing jour Shingle Machine several J hENRY ADAMS, ,I..
I.. '.,ali..u ..ti tU- Uae.- river; UHI; i in ail VifiKi .t:Mipcriutuident. and LlQfJOR SSa.l4tery times in operation at Mr. W. II. Goodrtch's Shop in (; THOMAS ASUE d. They eantt.anptirehase.soflicketa to beware ofonlei
I Ticket in Lotteries where
& till foibid. ing extraordinary
: ;
:.< UK vlucli lit- will |it| nt sl I U thirj rK "tilllIIJa1ull Tlht copy
M- *Cte, Oils. Pure P"tas1J.
per ;,, : Paints. Lead. Dagticl September 25. 1S5S. 39-1 m large Capitals offered for a small Cost of Tickets
<.;: I.. tuLuiire 11 <> icir --... -. I and Rnpe and every thing else usually sold iu this V I -all such are swindles. V

GAMBLE. Ja. n ir. .: Executors' Sale. I 1\:11: k..l I The Maryland Lotteries have ""Fn in existence fur .
Od.> 2. 15-.8 ""-It I IITotice. We hope that those who wish to buy what i it Tier, CHEAP GOODS I Forty Years. They are drawn By a SUte Otficer,*

-- ----- - A \ ILL 1 h.*>!d ill Taloh.1 the lirt Lsyi.hv. (.'<<*and <'f'ffj will pive us a call ana let u<* show T A.LLA.EJA.SSEE. and can be relied <>n. If IOU dfaw a Plize, ron will

T T 1 D.'cenilH-r.iif, mil .h.p..t'I.hu.| .< r at pnvato 1- them our GO >DS. We will ask no one to buy unless -_ __' n_ I I get your money. The whole country i i" flooJeJ wi'h

V ""Ic.j) the \\alnabie: PLAXTATIO formerly \\e can suit them in itf and jirlrr.CAUK1II.L AT TinT ltE OFT I MALE 11'AU 1'JIE."T. 1 I ,. Lottery concerns. Beware of them. .
M1SIVft..r tie fir-l .tIc-"t. f.f I.e :
< "1 tio ..
( %ifliMt! I liJul.'l.I.iiui lhl.l'1 is dtuated (HIIjk : & MAXWELL.Sept. % : BOARD OF EDUCATION desire to "
Order in the
= t-f. I : an CJ? Maryland State Lotteries.
IlIr !
t IVftd C".I V'd\\1:1:; t.4Vc..st.t I.b tINa lit HAYWARD SON THE
f'inile and
< J.k..n. rrlm Tal"'I""ct. N ntains IPS8.53 the that the exercises of this
aud .. '..,. ... 18. : ) 10 public j '.
('II.n \ j.luuup4it..r ( ru Estal" ) SlncDT St.RCn
nlit; 1 rI"> nrrf' ("llmll".k 1:1( .) in a : X. U. Well from lie -0-- Institution will h resumed 20th iut..
ot *'l H. If"l. rc now receiving our Goods on Monday. un- |
nna* Avrutt. .l-e.-a.-.il, late of l".m ei".I .
and /&I'k Ii.1& iliM-iiar I .bt.' <4 *wltiTatii-i. TI improvement* c'n"ltin ; I Geo. T. Ward and G,". Bailey. "\\7E OFFER FOR CASH thureef.urthsnfour derlhesiiperinteiuleneeof Rev. O. McNI;ILL TUR- MaryJan-] State Lottery. V
:e.JES a ilwrlliifj |H>U-?. O\ -r>cn ln,i:"e. cal ill fur 100 ne- i :Fit If CLASS
V >sC A\ IIRITT. ht'r T I Stock of Merchandise now ;in StoreAT long experience acknowledged ability f
Vt. | Mt 40-6.il I cn>es gin '''1/.,(tJ..are fiatue, buildings and in good I Itt4ai. NEW GOODS. I aid eoiieeietutb.ueness! United with zeal in the discharge I Tu l>t drawn ii Baltimore,on Saturday August 21a5,' ItS3.

V_ _ For lirtllur! piitieisbm.: allr."sJ. I COST .f duty be a guaranty the Board are warranted 12 Ura*n n.lolalnu"b rackife of ft Ticket:, .
]I R. \\ 11 EIH.\I.I IWrn-hi. G.t.i in S.IT iiikC. that, under hi* management, so far a! :I 1 Cran.l lr.IO.'JI'I 1'Pr1eof: ....,I\IQ

For Sale. i BEItUEX.I I when they are wanted bv the Piece or Qrantity. and the means at their command in furnish him aiJ.I I,I I True. of ... . . 10mm J 1" .... 1I.01IU .

V 1'Jn: FARM and '''' : :"*. tl* r..i'l
McCviilound fOlIO!). llni tract of Irmd i h | j. WKITKIICAD.: giT*" a rives, we will offer them by the Piece (Ir : as expressed in the Act of 1851. That Act I . .. II.'M"I I o Prize of... t.sl <

valuable cotton laud 60" acres-in healthy aixl ileMrable I 25. 1 838. 39-t.ls) [T 1 .rEELUT, Quantity (Groceries excepted) at : has been his gnid, in the course of instruction already I : ::: : ::: :::: 5 5,111 JUKI, Sft so : .....: .1 VI

ou inr.ny uix-cuut For terms apply At this -Sfr1 V I I AM now receiving my large and carefully. selected Tutnly per ftnl A'lranre on New York COST marked out. The Board have every caloo to believe I .. . . ... 'Sniio I 148 .... 44M
)place or to Dr. Dl'C.\Xl'R. Mouticello.O't.2. GOODSI STOCKS of FALL and W1XTER GOODS that he i U Ia'jllg,tl1. foundation; for a 'Seminary Ii ...... a.usi M" ... .1ou ,

1858. 40-1 NEW embracing every quality and lot}le. For Cash of Learnin"/." that will he creditable as well as I : :, 'a _..,.' JW.
I :::::::::::: M ,
useful to tin* :tat Tliry Jjertfore, Commeixl the .
-- u -- i :1
-AT Til IT- SILKS : I ... .. 4.15S ... 811 V
ForSule I Call and Look bffort; you Buy cJscvherc. Inctitution to th? favorable; regnrd of their fellow citizi I .. . 85,740 ... 11,76 '

I IA Silk Robes a Laii'e, ':'Striped d'Loir, '113. Young Men. contemplating a regular .... ... ... ;
BASH STORE ; All who could not settle their lulls for last and previous collegiate S0r.: > amonntiaf to. .... .. I.otJOTt..klft
HOUSE and two Lots, numbered! ar.d!] ; : Volante, !j Plaid & Plain Col'd Silks. years, \\ ill. we liope. not wait for January but eour!e, or a thorough scientific course, as well as 'I IAIIalrei $5, Quarter $2JO Eighth 'I.S'. *

46, in the original. Pianof the CitvwhereJ j 7.Y TALLAIIASSLE' I a Quille I Double Skirt come as fast as they get their Cotton to maiket and those visa expect to pursue a more limited course of Certificate of rarkagvof2 Wbnlt .. ........I IM.C: O-'
on the IIull@Cl her now resides. The luiu,e is collol..r.t:1Lly"ituate..1 Flounced, V V Rl'k Silks of every quality study. will fin I it to their advantage to enter this rk-rina and Silks. no, do. Quarter .... ... IV..s,
Marcelline PAY ARREARAGES. The instruc'ors' .1
fi.r small with kitchen Seminary. are capable of DOING
a family, aniln
do. do 26 highU/', .. ,, 1.Ti V
.' "
good well of 'at r. Possession git en immediate LATEST STYLES FOiL I Worst Goods : This immensely long Credit puts us to great ;ineonenicnce -I what they jrromite.TIRMI V* V

I ly. Price low for cash. Enqipe' Theodoie Ball i Cashmere and Delain Robes a Laize. % and we hope all who can, will hasten to -]>tr Session ofjtrt Jfontfi HAVANA PLAN. .

: or the undersigned. NANCY } BORN.V FALL AND WINTERISILKS ; .a Volante, discharge their liabilities, and enible n* to dischargewhat English Department . .. . .f2 60

V Sept 25. 1858. ; I double Skirf.. *Also owe. T. hAYWARD & SOX ClassiCs! n" Mathematical. .. .. . 20 00 77>i* ,. the tJJmoJe of Throwing,-Pruei' in asia V

___ _- _. __ I --.. Black Darcgea crJ Challics &p 18,1853.New 38-41'0' Contingent Expenses .. . . .. 1 00 \7ictl and TttLet ire another.-Every Prize tt.

: NEW GOODS I ,A ,'/) DELAIXS, Poplins and Merinoes, Invariably in advance, and no deduction, except for Drawn out.

I and Merinoes 'Cloths and : Solid colored Cashmeres anl Delains Wintef protracted illness. riizss FATARLI FOIL wrruocT Lay Dtowcfion
-AT-- I"'pliull i Clolhing.Yalclta Fall and
and ClallioDomestics) { and Prints Scotch Plaids, The Hoard and Tuition of a Pupil will not cost a* Maryland State Lottery. .
LLOYD, OX F.y. & GEO RAILROAD Trimmings I|Linseys and Flannels Apaca'180d! Bombasines. much here as in respectable private Academies in the EXTAR CLASS 9, V '.

---0 Embroideries Blankets and Figured Delauis at ad prices. & Soo adjoining States two bundixd and fifty dollars per To be drawn In Baltimore, MtL,Saturday, Aug. SSUi, 1536.20lG3Prizes .

E XPECTIXO daily a large lot of Dry Goods. aud MIUtil.In"icr.! { Hats and KerJ.Cloak Sundries : scholastic year is a common cliarge. in such school 40,000T'ucket.e'hf ""- -<
Groceries, Hardware and -- 1 Why not educate your sons at home For further in U'e would eall attention
Crocker). all of which SHOES particular to tie Allowing"
offer ] English Crapes, !Bonnet Belt Trim- \ E are now receiving Brig Geo.T. WAKD," formation please apply to the Principal, or any member V V
w e cheap. W. L. DENNIS & CO. \T per rpleodid scheme a package of 16 whole ticket ;
Sept 25. 1S58. S9 Carpets and Oil Cloths, ro aud Nails Black. Silk. Velvet. song Ribbon. T from New York a general assortment of sea of the IWrd: D. S WALKER, F. Em, T. W.CREVARD. costing only fSO-and every other ticket befog .

V --- -- V - V--- Cornices and Curtains Paints and Oils Ribbons Bl'k A col'd Silk Fringes." sonable GOODS consisting of EUWAKP UOLVTOUX and D. W. Oryl'of.STATE'SEMINBY warranted to draw flO determined by UM raruy V
Ladies Gents Kid G Crochet
: 4 IOTe.1
W. L. Dennis & Co., i Hardware and and Cutlery.[Bagging aud and Iilu.I )pl.CroJ.elY Velvet TrunroiiiEs. JTassell, Button. DRY GOODS. HATS AND CAPS her drawing. the Capital Prize. .whether. odd oreven.
in Stun a l lot ol .Salt, Floor Sear, Rice j Silk"Wirste"I1Aloonll.BI'k.: A cord Dress Buttons. ... .. .. .
nAV. CoflVninth we offer low for cash, cottou | GROCERIES AN!) FRUIT.A French Eugenic and R. R. YANKEE XOTIOXS. GROCERIES tO, AC, dtO TALLAHASSEE. aru."DID 5CUI1. -'

or Country Produce. j gereral assoi.tmenf of the above articles now comiu'g Corsets, | which we have selected with much care and will sell -0---- 1 rriz. or. ....:,.) 4 pproxl.ast'ai.0GI .
... .. .
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10.000. ,
Lloyd, Sept 25. 185S. 39 'Store and offering at Hoops Skirts : at fair i''i t'll. (I. t J. MEGIXXISS. FEMALE DEPARTMENT. I .. .. tI.llIIO. N- .. .lOG:50

VVVV I LOWEST CASH PRICES! Sept. 11. 185?. 3'7h w 'JIE FEMALE ACADEMY this pUce having 1 ... .... f.OI)1) 4 .. 00I .
Crown Bustles. 'Coronation Skirti __ __ I 55 4 NV .. CItt
V Cash Advances Extension Steel Skirt, Crovelli Balmoral Skirts' I been transferred to the Board of Education they I : :::::::::: 1jr .

FOR CASH OK IT EQUIVALENTS : have organized a Female Department for the State I a ...... .. 8 'a ... 110I
Cruvelli Childs and Missel. To Teachers 1'IIIf
COTTON Friends in
on to
shii.ped mi .. .. .
MADE Seminary the more fully to out the Act of 1851
York. V. L. DENNIS & CO tot \TIIY PUODUCE.OR : Mantles and Cloaks carry I ... ...b0
I : A RARE O1'I'OITUNITY! and to present inducements to parent to educate I .. ....
Lloyd Sept 25. 1858. 39 I Plnsli Talmas Colored Cloaks, their daughters AT n.)*i_ Nothing shall be wanting 1. .. .. llUl' ....IO
-- -- ------ I T1L1: : M"oir Antique and Velvet Black and ool'd Ra 'aQI 1) ANDOLPII MALE COLLEGE Cuthbert Geo, within the means of the Board to meet the demands 1 ... .
W. L. Dennis & Co BaJab1e ltd now and since its ori in a chartered t J UtltiluU..n.alld I .;. 110
of this interesting They have secured the cervices .
\V. SCO1T. I Mantles /Zephyr Wonted Mantles 1110 .. ... 150 era .. ... ... 111,11OG
GEORGI flourishing in the number of its stud rita and b--ar of the fallowing well known ;TeacEen : .. .
HAVE in Store. OualMirjs Kt'rl't''tI. Blanket St'pt.18. 1858. Cloth Talma's, 20.000" 14) 'are. .,..... ..too'OOO.Wbole .
Sheeting stud vhirtings. Fi>rsale cheap I I.J'Jd __ ___ I Laces andEmbroideries ders with part or all the improvements soil property Ma A. L. O'DRIEX. A. M". Classics A Ticket $10,Halve $3, Quarters |2.10
: thereto. is offered for till first
Sept 25, 1858. 39 I belonging sale privately Mm. L E GRANT, Tligker English A Man(-PM'Ortlflrate of Packages It Wliole*,'1tl1ne
----- Notice."VTOTICE Valenciennc Collar and Mourning Coir Sleeves. Tuesday in Xoveniber next. when if not disputed I( Miss C. SMfffl. Preparatory lallltmatiCl.I persona wish lo pay the only will be sent(nr.........,.w.
I is that I I Sleeves. '!'Emb'd I will sell it ..t public sale at Cuthbert Court house. Ornamental do. do. It MalTC*, .-..,...... 4fl'd'k
iRAAT-Mu and
application II I
For sale Iluely given wi .
Ktjnartert. do. .
Maltese Collar Sle and Fro DCh Em TERMS-One. two thee' or more a j: .
IN the A EnJrhsb payment
made to lnt O'nerl Assembly I fe8". ( As each of these Teacher has had from fifteen to I U Eighth. 4o.. .:. .::: :::: 19
Hollow-ware and IP MI. bv for Charter to buil'd Hail Road Homt..n. broJderiea, may suit purcbxser. The Health two Female Colleges -
NAILS Slate Fl..riJ a ) extensive twenty jesn' experience the Board confidently hope, I Tba Manager have been compelled from tIM numerous -.
V.LDENNlSCO.Llod tbe St. Jolins"river, at or Uear I Marseilles u White and colored Dimity three Railroad connection stud
Sept 25, 1858. 39 sonic point on Ipdisn River. Linen I I Da ds.F'all patronage of Cuthbert all combine to render (scboOI// that they will secure a T"rylsrge patronage and successfully complaint made to there of onfaitbfuloe :
i Lake Haruev, 10 some point on i desirable and lucrative a purchase of school meet the expectations of the community.Team. on the part <>f those wh Iran attending to the _
property .
For sale ; &plelbr. 18, 1858. S8-3m & Winter Clothing as can be piade in the S nth. The ntain Q.IUge! building .Sane as ia toe Male Department. Music filling of order, to rtouora the correpoodenc boaUneesrnd -
------- -- --- and Ornamental Branches at die rates. id their
-- I. and house and with the looati customary 01'17 Dame.
boarding arc new.
\\rOOD and Willow-ware slid Crockery, by I Plantation, &c;, for Sale *U. BOOTS HATS ANDSJIOES.V, CAPS, 4 'n, admired by all for either public or pri/ate use, This school will be opened oo the 20th ioat. :& Order T'Kketa from the Manager oily

> W. L. DENNIS CO. I it way be easily converted into ,a magni/.ceut resi- Tallahassee Sept. II. 37 Address all letter to U. FRAXC A L,

L* yd, Sept 25. 1858. 39For I Of'ER fo ale my PLANTATION situated 18\\ Staple and .Plantation Goods : dence. For particulars, eppTy f.t Tallahcscee, Floridj -- (7" Sentinel, Madison Messenger Marianna Patriot B-.ltift.orelt '.
eabl from Baiubridge. )
insert bmes.Bricklaying
containing ;, March 6,1858.
V Blankets Print, to A. L. O'BRIEN. 10-]y
I under There are also V
ol Uud improvement. upon
salel1)OOTs I Plantation Kersey, 'Gingtaras. Sept. 18, 1859. S8-3w -
the premise a good and convenient fr.me dwelling & Plastering* Notice.FOUR.
Shoe and Saddlery. house, a good well of water. a gin aDdle Gt"OrgiPlaulation I Russets .
1) W. L. DENNIS A CO. \, and other out buildings suitable for a Louu.'iaoa" ,Apron Cheeks Notice. TIlE UNDERSIGNED begs l line to inform the weeks after da.t,'. 1 shaft apply tu UM lieu

Lloyd Sept 25. 1858. 39Forsale' I' ut"g the ab .\"e df rpti"D. Also, 800 bush Blue Denims Tweeds, Satinet, t Kentucky I Jefferson county and the arrouudiog \ ..f Prolut of Jefer! "n county.. for an or''-

.------ plantation* corn cattle, h"g 2 yoke of oxen anda Cb Vtaw Stripes I Jeans.iLmseys I IX accordance w:h.the requirement of law I hereby country, that be M prepared to do any kind of work 'I der and decree f-r the ale of the f.4ki ia< lands belongin /*

I cart Al3o. \ancty of house.bold and kitchen Mot..k. !; I give notice, thai two Estraya, the onede crib- in the above line cfbuaioeM oo reasonable tetmf. ,; to tbo Estate f Ma er SerIes late of .td

: furuiture. At the same time will be offered C.o hire, I I6negroe' Marlborough a Plaiib.! White and Red Flannels, ed as a certairf'liijtt Bay mule and the other a* a JOSEPH O.TAYLOR. county dec'aed. to wit : the E i of the S W it tsg' 4

V h'OPF., Bagging and T.in.. I The aliove property if not prviousl! .Ii. i Ghwjjw Ginghams (Bagging and Rope, roan mule. have been taken up by David Lasch Sr, Monticello, Sept 181858. SS-Sm the W i of I be 3 W 4. of See. 19 ; the W 4 W.LDENNIS&CO. Brown and mea Canton Wood Ware which *ill be offered by me for sale at public outcry N W J. : all iu
ed ..f will be sold at public vcndue OH first I / 80. TOWB. 8. Ra a. N. aJ &.
Lkj'cI. -ept. 25. 1858. S9_ _ I Monday po in January, 1859. a said place. An/ person 1 Flannel. Jllhllow Ware, before the the Court firtt Sheriff'Iiouse door ale, iu the which city of shaD Tallaba For Sale Also Lou NIIt.l and 2 ol IractJoonl See. ocl1lJt
V wishing to purchase the above, can obtain necessary V Bn 'n and Blue Doraesties.'Croc'kery see on day, occur LIKELY NEGRO BOY to year old. He Na 6 of rrartit-nal Sec. 24. all in Town*!) '
For sale information by communicating with th subscriber, .a ". Sheeting, I Hardware. ten days after the ex|>iration of two mouth from the A may be seen at the City Hotel Apply to JJ.Ik 4. N and E. Contauupg {ia all 430 acre] Doror aa.g.oft. .
I _.4 VV Bed Tick, Iron, Steel and ?Hail date of this notice, as the law ,direct To be sold to tb deltf "
St L FINC lot of Havana S>.grli and) To'wceo. resident ai tb. abv platL.II' j .V C. A. BRYAN Clerk. Ratgeia, cr to S.S. Knight EMS.JESSE. pay' > of II&ot'. aft' .
V U.' C. WILSON.SepLlP. clia'rilotlti.f REBECC'A
.r.L.DE.S1S: i,CO.. STAFFORD, -CARTEK. V 8UP.Jos\tW '4'8rtt
, 33-m
V rJ"I.; S.t.2:. 1S. 3' V VV Decatur S.11 13, 1S>3. 3 -l ; V 1803. GS Sept25 Tallahassee H I'LI, 1868. M I IS, US''!. ,84EXTENSIVE -

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Floridian \&, Journal. .1 RICHARDSON'S 48 HOTOB, I-WAKULLA ION WOn I i iNc' WILLIAM P. SLUSSER, II Tallahassee Real Estate

DAMASKS fclAFERSj & I ShEET Npurtmflrerf a decree cf the Hen J. U's1Z.
F &
t.Es'ft O S CilAS. P.KE,. B.k.... Judge cf the Middle! Circwt of FWtfa. aChorcerj
/"CONSUMERS of Linen, and this Establishment Now Under Foil Blast. RETAIL
RICnUD.1 tOe I IRON WARS, WHOI.K<&K /(NTh sitting 'W11I Its ddeo the List
: At TVo DOLLARS per annum in advance. ileairous ('t obtaining.the cfnwtn* goada, ;> JAFANNEDS'AEE. Mnoday
;: that the urtWe they are with ;aL- -- -- DEALER IK PJ.UN, Fvet A f the sixth day) of December next at UM Court boos*

TERMS OF ADVERTISING. I 1P ibe full name of the preh.s ali the death of Mr. Food Mr. Gca. +. Kixo \ tn TallaLaese. Tow Lot N.. 111. T(ortl. a,'itiOf\
frm.EICAIDSOY. MILTON & rilATTAIIOOCHEF SlffCE all communications therefor ofTal IUwrj **1'1 the lot onwlueb the 1tl"od1t']
Oncsqnarsof t 2 lines,or t less first insertion, |1 00 EONS & OWDEN, tbu charge; Move I1nd.Qnaa1et fA
Church situated.
Pn4e t nt
rach snlweqnent 60 ni guarantee of the 'uuD.lue8 and durability of the Line relative to work. t<\.should be addressed to him. SPLENDID assortment orCuokin,. Parlor .' > M
f U. S. All work coining under the head of this bu.inH TERMS:One-third cash the ha'anee on a rnMofmia
Professional BUSIIMSS Cards inserted at 910 per GO"I1 llail be and neatly executed I -T\ and Wood Stoves trimmed with ueatuesrj I II two and three years the field user giving
annum. caution j U rendered a* wi promptly mechanically I and durability,at reduced prices. I with
essentially necessary modi of labor, will I. notes approved security fOr tie ttiffrrfl '
at We a charge as price ctc payment
large of inferior A
Advert semeots not markod 1 with the number
ofin quantities are
i. U' rk.
nt with
< Out Door on the
Milton and triday's at 10o'clock together a o..rtgIt111 i( pr"rcrt1IcJ
'ertions will be continued until f'rbiJ. and charged prepared season after .eag'< and scaled with! the Leaves Tutsddyl just'fyTlits for title deed. .
of Irish EstaoIMiaif i is not kept up for the purpose Roofing.Ornamental Front Head CuHenmr. Copper to par
accordingly. name by H"ultwl" a.
Richarttt. r.al.If'i making ". (range to ) as dear ) and Tin Conducting PiprS Sheet Lead..Sheet JL'Nll'S L. T TAYLOR Special Milter
of inflicted and Safer.clay's mOI (3Y.
alike the
Amen b.ught
tTCE'rtilioat'lor publication of leyal or estate )' injurx tbul fn an Leaves ChattahoocJicc Tuesday's 1
t. 1858 S7
le-inont.tr Cistern work Sept
ted Patent :mP3.
has to me. it cannot Zinc Lead Pipes, SLor _
notMMt will not bs given until the ad.rtielng fee 1.pM.I. is eonumer an.t the nienufaclurersolthe getiuneGorxlswill ; the amral! of thf Steamer fromApalaehicola experience I :
after of bumne for the done shirt notice.
branch but
l IH this region at tint e of every variety at NOTICE-Lands SaleT
n..t hiisiiies tatable
renddy a s .
lbnd..n and Stage from TallahaS' benefit of tie unfortunate who happen to have
while can inipos ou with Good of a th ElI I City and Coiinliy iTIrrchiinfs
purc'a.r suhscnber will sell one half or nil her Jai d,
woi '>s clunl't.r. see, Fla., and Dainbrulge, Ga., gines. and such like to rt pair.Tlit I rpHE >

BLACKSMITHING! J. UULLOCKEAJ. B LOCKE. Agents. IX GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK' Pat'T1J. Stud, JlfdlHtTI. Tool*. d e.. bfitiyLargf I Are respectfully ewhere.invited- togive me a call befoie pJrcI"l.ing Cane. down Calhoun the river county below They the bend extend of A tram turn I 1.nag
36 Church St New York. tiNE tirst. ,.rder. The wnoleJL in Order. CnthtioaJt11s -
p 'T'FIIS i ii now 111 rate r/d God I N. B. All article mnnnfae'tied from tie very 1.OfHl "cre more pr less iimorg .loch
Rep IR. 185 -U been with and comfor- can le Turned Out WitiJ.tatoei I ;
Sock has new
"VTOTICE i* hereby given tint I r.nf'we.1 and best material and I warranted durable. No other art lams ill the very (batTy e lebtated Beckwith Pi"...
1 the RLACK UrTIIIWO Ijei- NoticeIS able Hacks. Te Drivf'o are careful s'l\ er and accommodating Iilpafth. le will be offered for sale. ) where he'e'earnl 1 over }8tKiO .on al-o-jt 13 acresf
allowed -
liWrtl allowance of Luggage Pulhc. Flumfer Boxes, hangings for
Shafting land Al"'-*>rae likely NEGROES t.
: ras will he Continued as hreto- October !O. 1855. 42 \uuiig eau
:- hereby given that the ..ubaLiiber, Widow of N. l to each pa sei!ger. fchaftiniru. Spur Genrng, Water nnd Seam Pipe, 1 bought "it b the .
fore at the OLD STAXD of I). C. \l ILSOX, i-i the -- -- I placeF
nams, style and firm vf O. Pniuell. late f>f .jt-ft-rio'i county, 'ieceasid.witl. Stop C- .l.s. Gaujje C*>ck8. Grate liars, Plow Cx tin<;". I Wines, Syrups, &C. .>r terms ic, adJ-e LCS.E .. at Lnrjr C\l1e.
six weeks after date thereof apply to the ll..n. AGENTS Sr ir R..IIcis.! Circular and Upii ht Saw Mill and I Fl. rnla. A. M. LOTT

& B. Fitts & Co. Ja-lgo c.C Probate ol iiid cuunty. by pt'lition for dow At Milton, JA in the Estate d.-ceiia.-d hu.Kuxl MONROE 1 Port Old Port Juice, 11.J855. __ __ _
I t c mv' nr Grateful for tb. patronage lieretnf.xtrndllbem. l law. JULIA A "'E rELL Caniplielton J. W SMITH, I Notice In Fact,"lit-re i the Pllc. f4>r all that Want Mideira Brandy Chemc., Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE

they are bow better preparetl. and detcrmioeJ to I Wi Sept IS. 1853 SS-6w D. COLA I Sparkling Gelatine Preserved QuTnccs.Flaoriiig OF FLORIIIA
I (hatlbf.he. "V Having some halt a dozen Engines my SPARE -- "
KO PAINS SELECT SUHOOOI Pa!.engers can hi taken through with certainty 1\ running, enticed the EoLiliIishiiifnt to be erected Fxtraet Pears I ISpmi"h EFYER..OS COUNT )

on their pnrt to acrommdi.t all who may favor I j I secuiity and with comfort the same cause must keep it up. Therefore, you can Ycuist P >witcrs, Tamarinds B\V. F.DW A RV:. Sheriff and Adtn.m.tratcr
tbuoi with their! TUE bLB 'crIER beg leave to inf..mi the cit- GEO I). H FIER, Prop'r. and Con'r. alwi!s rely on listing work done at the' : Olives, S|,ice!, ; jfliuo. of the Estate i John B. bcott. late

patronnsre I 11"U <,f f .. .and xicmitv. that the eXer June 12. 1853 24tfPLANTERS'- WAKULLA IRON WOItKS. Corn Starch l' ..klC'!. of.tr'rwn county. ,1t-i.f'lSPtI.! has filed in the Probate -
suck AS ti-e.of SCHOOL willbeiesuiiied ou MONDAY. -- '\-..rce terfhire Sauce, Salad Oil. tiller i'fJelTer.n Tvritteu
county satr e tii>n
: Horse Shoeing, Iron ins and Repairing the 4th- rfai of (1OUEK lt-X. HOTEL JI English Mustard Capers !that le belie vi.* the L"tite, i>f Jvhn B. Scutt, to U

Carriages and A The studies \ill embraie the Ancient Langu.iges ,3a But Here Comes the Next Important Thing Claret. Ci-coa. m..1 lverit'herefl.re.: ,
O Buggies I Mat hem:ii ic9. Natural! Silence, and tI'g!!.h. Mudint I AMES LIVELY.Januaiy notice is dvl'u\ bv all
person i>avincU
Plantation work of \ If I uill J I.e pn-pare l to enter C..liege lla,'m: I Tallahassee Fla. PAY PAY PAY 6, 1656.Livery s wamst aid Estate, to appear antI file th.
every r/e,rr///to7i, had c.iiei.Ierbe: : 'nee in tracking the subscriber ; .
experii ,
I s ni witi" the Ju.l:e .f Pn>l>ate ,-f saul county. 'mor
Jill Irons and repairing same Ironing \Vagt'H I I upec b) cmrg: zeal and clooo attention t the '; would rl YOU will send to New York, Philndvlplua and Riltimore I and Sale Stable. hefurp the 24th) (1A "I January n-xL when there
1 SU ; respectfully
and Carts, duties! i.f the 1.h..I.r.ol'l '. t,. ,.I..i.a share of pub CRIER and hire woik done, without for a moment 'ill lie a proratdiotrihutHti of the funds Mm ,
frienla I generally II I |fm
lic pi'ronage. As complete and thorough an 11.1 public tlivitniinir of crrtlif. but licrtat. h. nlu-re II l"llEnnder igiiejl KIV "HOJ. ,
and in rut every ther di,.ription of work mad nf : above well-Known HOTEL will be (III the- nif. .t.are : > jii jul l Estate. amoigst tlie t'f''tlil..rl tliorrt.f a'
I ca'l.-.can be obtained at this a..hul l as at any otherinstitution opened no Hanks or Banking facilttir or surplus rapittl. I II 01 lice that h@ has pur vhuMime the aid
B. W. .
Iron and Steel all of which we WA RATT. and pledge Ru-eont I August next. He invites the attention youxi EoI"II.I"| | mil apply ( ,
day .
ill ilie State.To I ant 1. 2. 3. 4 and 5 credit arid then j chn ed) the Livery Stable "fVilliam
I require I Iia i final di cliar .
ourselves to extents at the ortecf notice.H. its years If- : < :: from the adim'ii->trriin .r 'ni J
B FlITS A CO. Gentlemen refilling in the country this *
Fe .27. 1PJ8. P-1\ i <> .111..re I thin indinnr)lndu..eiim.ts.: as the culvcnlvr Facilities for their Accommodation. I ultimately expend from 10 to 25 fer cent ofamount I gooil) will of the e t:iblii-hment) soul tlmt) be i* noW "I. Pr-bate

designs pi>mv il)4. ytrittert attliutioii t-> It b11 in the immediate vicinity of the must dc ill colliding I N thia ri!htf Is this enrour. I prepired to carry on the bw"ine,' in all its iM-aiwhe.. I July. 1'. Sq."m

I the ffeeil and tlo'I""h advaiieu-inu nt >.f th<'e puI liraLI. hU8int8 portion of he city:presriutsSUPERIOR filing Home Iii
I lii.dt'tlil&t<. en.bark III Commercial pursuits b INDUCEMENTS that it does not thrive t iu his line ou reaf ouable terin :

: silos. being heaper ill rutl.bI nay sdi.N.I m Arr.iniement must be made for; payment before I F.ICHARDSAUNDERS. i Notice.SIX '

plutc. In e"lllcl,1 with the .liool. a. class for to the traveler of bu-nne or pleasure and i" unsur delivery of w..rk through omr Hi U4e ill thu plur. SepG.lSSEt s\ months after dat'. 1 >ili ill present mv 6na.
II all its for the ment of __ I .tlllt and Tmiehns thr !!. ..( ..
BI kEEI'IXG I pa.t.lm; appointment etjo> St Marks or TalUl:j e<--that IB far euoug'i from t. JinLe) Pr

r 1 I will be ojwned hul"l thorough of I II :t EASE AND COMrORT & THE LUXURY Q I II home, FULTON FOUNDRY I.ate. ..f JehVtii.n coum T, as! ndininMrntorde IKMII*
I pr.iclcOlr.c I tuot," of the E. I..It.I! j.I.I I,. 1..ItIN'. lair .f smdot.iintv
b but after
studv "ill lie btiKleiitu ill will LIVING.Kr You may grxxl we cannot run our
pnltut.1 tLi.lch
I: b<* /write nut Iu"inc. tran' I GOOf bird earnings illh. s Department. ..i".i. when Ta1.1anassco, F1a. i i d-N-e'-ed. and nut fc-r a Ci i el'nrs' fi o said
rrJuirt ut '1. i HIS TERMS are MODKIUTE.: j \ i i" 'r..oIilr 1 birth ,.; themKtl.es 1I.I1Iil'l".t G F.v. W" Bl..ACEIII'ilN.!
lu.1 : inr.um hue the rire: oppoitumtof he I $ Labor out. parties try to m '-[ 'HE UNDERSIGNED beg leave tO inform the

roiling It.tin atelt xqiiuinted with) the pmctk-al or C. HOWARD FISHER. believe it ill Uut half dune, because they owe X public! tlmt the\ have I..ri.ltt'.J tLemitlvt-s iu April 10. ISO' 15-Hiu A'lmt'r.tIe boi.u uun

$ n at IIISol as the theory of tLu unjiurtaiit sub July SI, 1858 81-tf for it. business under the name and) style ofCardy
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t i \. DANIEL LV3D. .

:....t.,., I j.\t TERMS : ACW VI OKC Ni\V (OODS.i New l'r 'ulr II, 1857. 2S Baya & Co., I Notice.SIX .
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J.lljE\ C I AiKient Lnn nf f' Vsibtni:itu-o aiJ LLLorbmncti IIiJrNHEIMER for the purpose of following the trade of Founder and M-ntii! alter tI..lr.i i shall present 10 |ti Ifon

i ,,1 E'iglisi iicluiing Lioukkte i WEBER & Lands for Sale. Machinists and are epared' to execute all kinds ii l I ,. ,>f Pn-liHte, in and fur the o>unt\ ..f M Mis .

Ames & Livelv : [>mg. per region of 5 inonthii . 17 50 : MERCHANT TAILORS Andrew S. Gair and others, J Stub "f Flori I work appertaining to this bu'iiies. Steam Entrees 'n. my final ILN'Clnttllfltl w..u..I.rll. as adminiMraiof

Primary "". ... 10 VO r*. 1 I (da Midillc C.r'nil.i I i funushed to ordtr and warranted to give satnficthn.Sugir of the Kfate of Rulnnl HnrriM-n drccifrdvVilI 8:! .

J I \:YE jUz1t r'c..i"llh.) following rUJ e IIn,1! well UAU IN ADVANCE. i ASD l'iALEB1 1: Lewis Curtis .fe Nath'l Tlmrslon }.in Leon Couuty. Mills and I Castings of all kiudi n'ade mthtie.itiirss tlien, apply for a final iliwlmrkre fr..in fi\\ au
,seWte l aaw.itnient of BRUSHES which are D READ i-MADE' CLOTHING Trustees of the Apalachicola I ID Chaucer). and dt!pat .h. Plans nnd estimates fumisde) ci.i.tftrafion. I. M. IlARUfoON. .,Iu.fl.a .

ofTered fi.r sale flU a* rea-.'n.ible terms as can be aff D CL.YTOX. I AND Land Company and others J of all kinds cf Machinery and Engineering They i Ii. 1858. 19-6m
Any inf'r ition required can tt.hi II b.r up also sole for Hoard A Sons Steam
>i piicatHHi) t.the fub>criber at Ins re iJeuce or at the GENTLEMENS' FURNISHING GOODS. JURSUANT to a Decree rendered in this cause,
Paint BrU!>lx>s, ground In-m 0 to Cxx'KiOO.do II I fur Ginning Cotton Grinding and Sawing and Hai- i
M..re f.t Col 11. BERRT.Sept. tbe subscriber will sell by auction, at the pta Notice.SIX -
I do do bourn) from No R rison's Oust Mills for steam vr horse .
Coppei 1 to 6, I and ti herein :all the'lanrl power.
es specified belonging
Whim ,. 4._18 :. Sit ______ I rpHE SUBSCRIBERS are now.opening at ccs II JOSEPH CARDY ,
WaU Brushes. {nil grades and sizes. to said Company eiubrnced iN Tht f'urbft Pvrrhaxe montl.it after date I sh>tl present my fin,1OI'nt !
1 O & J. Megin- -
the Store next to
Window Mesr. WILLIAM .\Y.\ :
d. II-.rMj tlo ( and voucher tn the Honorable) Judge vt
I nod and lying ill the Bounties of Lean
Sl.ie do in pairs auJ with top knoU ni"*. a well selected Stock of SPRING J Gadaden and Liberty viz the landt lying JOHN CARDY. Probate for JeflVron county ai adiMiimtrator .xofficiu
suitable rurUXTL1.J1'S' W.kulla'i
Sea Root Rath Bruhe, SUMMER GOODS. May fO/67. 22-Iv of the Estate I.r Nathanial Foln> lccea J
d>> d<> Velvet diM I WEt, first two named counties will be cold at T __ ______ ___ : __ ____ I and a,k for a discharge from stidadra! 'mrtrati ni. .n.WM *" ,
the seventh jlh f D. cetnbcr
STATE OF FLORIDA. sat. on ( ) day <> i
is** Hair Flefh d. cnrtrd ahd plain.T consisting in par) Frtllch English C0UIS. Cas I JE'fN A .lI. ANDREWS Ute SheiilTsiAdmt'r.
lung in the last two, will Le sold at Qcixci, ou the ,
.. h. Hair and Nail Brushes) tn grfeat Taiitty Tlf HEREAS. I VHcancy 1ms in the 6r t.lll"rl.1 Mimeres and vfdting\ the latest style btet qua! miteetith ((14th) dar December next.Theee ext>ffi ic

Infant's dn JoH I T T Di Itt of this II.urt Ilt.. the deathof ity. winch they are prepared to make up to order ina lauds compnsmir, about a million of acres I INSURANCE CONPANY *1:1: 1. lS:s. ISCmNotice.
.r* do Fltt-h Gloves I Jie H'-u. John R. Br.. '. Now to workman like and fashionable manner. and ou REASONABLE I .-
tl.rt-.re. mip I extend from the St. Marks to thf A pi I.icluct.li Rivera I IlA.R1'l'VRIJ.I
";iu b-: *<' Stincil Bruohei, I 7>!lv said vacancy. it i* hen.liy ordered th;it an .Il TtuvH. Al o. a good assortment of- ; they exhibit every variety of timber indigenousto I OF .

d.. do murkiu daI.n U,itAlw bell HJ the rnnnner prescribed by law at the-i READY-MADE CLOTHING, this latitude, including course,live oak.epreci. I

bound Roof do several |'re Hicts uf said District ut Mondav the .4th consisting of Fine Black and Colored Cloth Fiook cc,lar and juni| er; Ihe toil is adapted to the growth I InrorporatfJ in 1 1S19.:-Charier Ptrpttaal. SIX>unt month"'l'J l after viHtcLers dite toth I shall fin present..Ju"' mv pi.fP"t..t.ror final jie.

Handle acr ib cia day of O'I.br. pn-jtino The J U' ge of Prolnte t>fM Goals, Fancy Casaimere Ulilee Coats, Black and of grain. c" ..-long and *Ji.rt staple tobacco, nnd _ot-
; P.. nali and Laskering do "J Dllliu.Lrrrby vlmmlld.,1 I to make returns Colored Raglans and Over Coats Black and Fancy sugar.cane. Thu waters abound in tith. and the forest CASH CAPITAL?JI3000,000.bS Ji-tTersott county as admmistrnt* r <>f UHf EstaU

GoiMers tip and Graining Comb. of iud *UxQt>u i due (un1 to the Office of Secretary Doeskin and Cassimere Pants,.Figured Grenadine with nuitenals for( thip-building and naval stores of John R niiickle'lfe! late of f mil counter deceased
and ark for ( aid a'inii.ui'trationTHOS.O.
A discharge torn
Camel' Hair and Bulgers leoJerl, of State and Fancy Silk aDd C.aeeimere !1. 1'ERJISOnethir.1 of the purchase money ti IN.3t1iF. AGAINST INDDMGEBT HUF,
do do Pencils In testimony whereof I hive hereto set my --ALSO- I be paid ill cash the balance in nile and two years ONTEIM3 APAPTEOTU TilE HAZAHO, ODFR. AdufrMav

Shaving Brushes-Badger. Buffalo and Bristle, h nd irrd caused to be afhted the great seal, A of black silk cravats in equal !'natalments, with ight per cent interest AND COVi3l->TENT TITII TilE LA 3B. I !.>. lSS.i 2'>-6tiiNotice.

Hat do of the'Mute <>f Fl.-n.la. Done tit the Capit !good assortment alt.fan"y I fiom, dJe of purchase titles to be made by the ReCei I OF c/Jr.' ATIO-t. j. -
*] and under thirU
L. merino
ties glints ,
Together with a large lot of Paints and Painters bterill. ill the tty: of Tallahassee this 3rd day of : gloves ct\s.k cotOD I "er when till the purchase money ill paid"The i iI CLfWIS.. Asrnt. .

1.. bepteiiber. A. D.1663. culJrIks.Tht. rib..r are new beginners and not entirely Sale will Le positive and without re/erre. I For Tallahasxe and vicinity ""OTICE ?i. herely given. th.i inr months alt..rl'
Kor.U. 1857. 47 By the Governor: M S. PERRY : JOHN BEAKD. ReceiverS Ac. 1 tlal,. appliCatKHt' mil) b. made the flU.. .
to the and Atigtms 15. 18%;. ?.3TheOriginalExtra by '
community they pledge !
Governor of uul..lO\1 ____ __ ___.
FI.riJa themselves ,tisfaction all who favor I Tallahassee, August 28. 18:S. S5 .er' to the 11.,. Judt of Probate "r Le-n nuiitr.f .

United State Mail Liner I Attest S.t 4.: 1859 F. L. YJLUPICtE 8Mle( Stcy of :tte.I them with their.give patronage.s to may *** The following papers are requested to pallush QualityCORN I .r a fin:il <'i".h'ir<;e as admimMra'or mid admimstratnx

I i f the Ltanof j..bs T-'n'ii. deceased..IOIIN .
J. WEBER, the tiret.ursg once a week until the 7tb ihy ot DvcemKr >
ai- tFI.rida Sl'DtUelaull Peu acoli piper copy L. DANM1EIMER. next and s>.nd bills to the ItsceiwerM.nt[ STARCH.I R LLOYI AdmtV.

NEW ORLEANS TO KEY WEST till.__u_________ 1, 1858. .18 I romery Advertiser and Confederation; Columbus >RFPA RED "sJ.ref"l for PoIirb.! .' Cre n, ; Pl UtlKE iL LLOYD, Adu.i'x .

AS DlXTERJIEDIA' I Hay ___ _ Tunes Sen'iiul; Macon Telegraph ; August Ci-n I Cake nan Marjjc, CU'f:nl". Pic. l'nrrigvs; May Z1*. 18503.tim

/ E FRO RID A PORTS, JSTATE DENTISTRY.DII. ttiition-ili-t ; Savannah Georgian i and Rrpublican I Ac R.ecu-od fresh by AMES .t LIVELY. ---v-- otice------

COVHECTFD WITH THE : Charle-ton Mercury and Courier ; ilioiiiirton Jour .:I Get. 1. 1857. 4i: : N
ml ; Raleigh bland ird ; Richmond Enquirer; Tal'i-' month after date I hnll "r !
I rr. J. CUR LEE --- present my n'.t.ulltllnll
has ee Sentinel : Newport limes Quiiu-y Republie Florida vouchers to the H,,". Judge of 1'1'--
HAVASA A5O CRAt LFSTON AT KET WEST. T"\7ILL conlinof. in future, the practice Columbia South Carolinian and New York Reports. .
FOB. HEIIEAS.! a Lu oc-currel m, the fourth ; bate t f J..fTc'r"'n e< nnty. a* ad ni"i"It'IItor ex: .flici<
.- 'V' buuto'id District.can.y of this State by the reM I '.f DENTISTRY iu South J Journal Commerce COMPLETE in 6 volumes ..C the Knralerif Eli..hn Wade late of"md I onuiry dare .
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TilE so' :1TIIIIlS tiHtion (flht- lon Jihn W. C.H.k. Now ther.-f're. O.nril. and Middle .ml East FI..lt. SCHEDULE OF TRAINSFLORIDA I V.J }JlcDOUGALL nOnBY.I I t-eil!, and ask for n ehirge fro-nsaid ad'nii i"tratitc. .

to "uppK, :icanoit hereby ordered th:it an I He IIHK hud several years practical experience in the ON TIlE i Sept J f. lb. 7. ZKBlacksmith WM.ll. ANDREWS late slueriff and
the last three of which has been in thosesection
Steamship .f rgfe Company I .I.cn..be held in the matl'r pr"ldtolly law at j I profession* of His work u ot the meet beautiful RAIL ROAD. --- administrator; cx vffino.
the several preciwlt of said Di"tnct.n Monday the I I'I ; and June 5. 165S 23-Ciu
g *?Bg and durable character aud satisfaction is .
S guaranteed
OF KE\V i .. P'oUite i X --- -
diy f (ktolx'r. ptoxiuut 'lh
taken the m "i! nll..t".t for :aliovepoits 14.h District is heitb) cumin nnclt.1 Ju.lle..C in nmke returns in f'v..r instance. 'I =BB. : Ilori'e Shimmy EtabliJiini. Notice.SlX'mnntln

two first cl i.. S.a steamers r. t':1N'J <,f MX! .llctivl iu,due bun to the Office of Stcrtlarv All communications sent to Monticello Fla.. 'i rpHE SUBSCRIBER begs K-av to inform the .
twice a rnontb. ineetmx in the Spiiisti Hole on the of State. receive attention a soon a previous engagement. LEAVES FEUNAXDJNA DAILY i cirt.'t.fTuliahasseeand i uciDity tbatHEN'RY after (date I shall prevent rnr final
and 29th.and lea in thes ime evening. will p rrut. 1 { 'I nd voucher to the H'-n Jm'gf .1' Pio
15th ? In teetumonywhereof. I ha.e hereto set my I HICK3 wr! carry c.t the
." '- (SUNDAYS EXCU'TED) Lute of Leon county an suimiriitratorI H'e Etntrof
STKA. \\IER SPRA } hand and caused to be affinvd the sealr 'I
TilE greet arr-val of Steamer from Charleston and 83..1 BLACKSMITH BUSINESS Kichanl Retpm late of.nd county deceased r aui
POll in the KII.I! St. Msr\ "f tie State Florid. Dne the ON
nxmting. at
villleiive New -i of Capitol. CE8 : ,
vnniuth. Cflun'clingat Callahan with Stage a-k ii from III.llIulli-lrotioon.
a ( Plat
terminus on the arrival (f the Cars fnxii Tallahassee) L*J in the Cnyf, Tall'iha, .see. this 3rd day of rFhR' in all iM various branches an,1 I is p'repare,I to execute r. i-C11Llge
GOT. S. PERBT. Trader's Hill!) lOll Ci ntrevi:!", Ga ; at Rabin with, E. n. C.KIaStTlT. Adrat'r.Jima .
b and fr.'ight to and September A. D lb5S )1 Flol.la all orders with neatness *nd dispatch Ills ni-rh
taking nlllip"1.nll.ra. IIflll.lI.rtf'. I4oV. L. bbW-ARD, 1lbs. I Stage for Tallahassee ; at Tiail Bridge with) Sta.'e }I 2is US;?. i-Cm
from the Steamer and ret armag in season fur the altemoon By the Goveinur: M S PERRY. [ Thomnsv.lle.Ga.HUM. I will be warranted to be equal to that of any othtrBlacksmith
P. E. Lova. for Middlebore; and ai Starke with Stages fer Newnin -
OA of FI..rih.Allt.t here elsewhere, and will
ernor or
train. W. S. DILWORTII. )1Bay. ville G.uiisvill, Micaoopy, Fletuiugton, and I Notice.SIX
The travelling public c in "w r"st lI"I'1rPd that 11111'1o.n : F L. VittrpiccE, See) of State. l Monticello. Fla. : in tverv JOB .
dewred and frrquen'ly aitemptrd Ci>mmuftcati.Mi : St-itt. 4. 1858. 3, -tJe Goals.) I HORSE ShOEING, Repairing and Ironing |I mo*-His aTfer the firat pi.Micaltrn of this pot'1 -

to and from the &'.IVP ports i. in iiucb h.tn.to a I J .- Marlanntf p.tn"t. \palaihicnU Advertiier, Ho J. C. Icr EE) -i.JIEOI. Fla. LEAVE Starke daily. (Sundajs excepted ) on arrival ((l11) Velmle, plintatiou work. and ..1I..tll-I I <,, underM'.iuHl a.l"illi-tr..t..r .f the Rt

to wairaut permaueitcv and success.PMtsenfryrs an tilIrihe' S..I ilt'l. copy till e'' ion.I Cot n. C. Pur! J 11 :tl(". and connecting! at Fernandmn with I t- '-I er )branches 1I1'PUItmill| to his Iu-int'*** : ,. ff Ji.liii Hurj.lf rft defMe"! l 1..1. "fLn etintv -

havini slave ttervaiits must see In -- GLI l WHIT &UITII. Alligator Fla bteamers for bavannah! and Charleston, on Monday, will receive careful I alltll'.pt alttn j, will |rtseni lux bn.I .re.ui.l t. thr Jti.I
slanting Ibom at ihe Custom House bef..re pwg OH I April 23. '6j. 1'p. Tuesday \\edncsday and FI ida y. tion. lw H. BERRY l>n'c vf Lvi,u cuUutv HIM! urk to If diM.luirg d.OHN .
.am-esD A. II. CDLK Sup't.Mn I
boa r<. Glbraith Feb 13.: 185S i\- H.t. \I l REICHLRT.. AdmtV.
: j.n-.OK-A\V'S.-- 1. 1858. 18 -- May 29. 1F58. 22-6m
I I W Ats- look after ronr Baggnge yourself = -- __- _.- --- t
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I I fur further partieul rs. Apply to I MAPS! ,AND iieatne PLATS OF FARMS.. Ac, executed I if} Y AND SALE STABLfS "VALUABLECotton White Lead. Notice.

A .
.\ IEL L\DD oFrw;; .. FLORIDA Plantation TURE Extra an-1 No. I. ground in Pure L'reeedJL
New Port "" Julr! 11. 1857. ** ,: 'isltQ. urthoubc in building occu- TALLAHASSFE.' would Oil. just received and for "IIJf l byAMLStl cIx_ M'filhs, after the first piii'Ii-ili'n of thin no
pie I by Lc'lU' (j.H"ailh. I ,r"P' 'HE Propnetor mA Of'-t.'iOO ACJtLS. inJEtJ-'LX&OXCO. FLA, LIVELY. I.) Ille'u.IHIW..II aimm.i-tiator ,>f the F.tat%
; DISSULUI I S.!n't II 1 ._, :37-ly ___ I SlS2pnblic.I form that his he rri.n.11 has rebuilt itii.l l the hiaQZjLnrirc /i TpN TOGETHER tnth 118 SLA J'ES THERE April 3. 1858 14 of A ton 10 B...li>. decssui, Lute ..f Lt-oii C"Hjnlr,
I-ARMIAU/ I and VHuhn) tlJu.Itr
OX.XCLUflIXG __- ---- -- h \\I ill present ln final n OF PARTNERSHIP. !H POST & MEL, i / Brick Studies accommodate, at the Lie old friends stand and and is nowprepared fLEJfbXTS, CROPS kTOCK. Cod Liver Oil.JRESII r>f Pr.'lwte ul said count and ask to Le ...uch -

I to customers & .. I OR S\LK. I ".,. li. A.bUINE. Ad.ufr.
rpHE firm of A. R. COMBS A CO.. is tin* .lay di-- COMMISSION MERCHANTS I He also has, attached t" hi- Stables a good Blacls 5HE SU StHIRERS hems anxious to effeet a
JL solved bv mutual coiifutnt. The business wid;I I 6 l'oyilri siM--1, I ', hop. where he wi have have done all kind-.f 1 dmsi,,"of their joint I'rclllf'rly.IOPKIHI as al..ve. Clark A. Co.
be continued by R C. WILLIAMS who is alone $ Plantation work. ., Ihcaint.lud Carriagenork inth have oniludul t.nffir the "HII.e at private sale.- For wile by AMES t LIVELY j ". Notice.SIK .
p authorized to stttla the affairs of the firmA.R.COMB3.. NE w C ?E.NS. very l best IDler and with promptness and die- AJ..iI5,18M. 14 '
I The Estate contains about 4500 acres, CNn '- Month- from the fiN f..diit-SIIIifl tUs notice,

R. C. WILLIAMS. RF.FgR TO patch. 5. 1S51. 44 I into 2 or 3 tiacts ample size, according to -Pur Zmc Whiter j ,> .' .,. ash II exlill.lt l I.i"i tion I "ee.ui.t
N"vt hr
Messrs. Thomas J Perkins Co, TIU..11uat fla.a the vices of iMiyert The biiHls are equal m value and "."her* .. ..lm1ii-tiat. r. f thr Krtate of J. n

July 15th, 1858. I I. R Harris
Palmer Jlouiu-ello there are 118 slaves and the usualquantiiy..fnuues.! .,..r.T.Ie! J u. of Probute vf"'d e tU,.; arxt a.k
; KV
All person indebted to the late firm r>f A. R D"I'II \ .. For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. b..ne.. hops cattle. corn fodJer. Ac. We invIte pnIkwdn \\7E han just rec..d a fresh supply cf tin n.wau.1
Comb & Co, f..r the 1855. '5 and W7. either B at.l. .lhul. &t. lrii3.Mr. T V beiiutniil Whit dire -t from the nuu.tifuut'ry. to be iiia:L-ir'-e-J.
year &ubscril" ha but will ,
received ) for the whop we
Keest.. t111E er just avery !pn<|>erty in arise B. LEWIS Adlllt'r.M.IY .
t) note or IICf..unt. era rvquestml 1 l amie rward JII.A Filor : selextnfier .iid ..ffer it t.. the public with nne-i perfect <
1. large of CarpasreBuggies |lan-la! in uch bivers
sell the
supply rmicels a may I
} d 0'mr-nJ. Atlanta, Geo. 22. 1858. 21CmNotice.
and stIll immeliatetv R C.WILLIAMS. I.r. McNanghi I e..fitlt-nrE' nil the qualities which, reli
.Id! wiih ns p.erssiu? ;
McKn Harness which. he uff vie'in! them The slaves uld e *
J N. Ci TLoiiia ville
July 17, s.Sm [S*nt o'y. imu d I all be ried ', dcr a paint intrxt d'n'Tablr, viz : Its ill,". uipurablrbrilliancy
14. 1658. 3j-ly forsale on the most rt-Asouable trnA. 4 without the lan-Is, as nnsrht n{ "" ; utjm I I
-August- -- KiitemtwrlS. 1894 46 "ei>i.MI eiuiiiot b<* given until the end i f ibis }ear j jus I of Color,Jrttdum from all poitonma qttalitittt a
I ----.- ----- --- -- ljrjtlte litallk .! the Morkmeti. rinni.ilis front first of thi- notice.
: bv secured till -t-eier roontl tl e piiblKwt n
Oak & Hickory Spokes. Always on Hand thi*' grow tig cotton cr 'p caunot SIX
Yaluabl.ands th'it time. I o'newly painted 1rtm..nt-ir duraUnlt iiiKler.i_,w.l Ex Mitnx .f llie tart Will 'D I
I:HK on 'tri-igried give tiotu-*I.. Carnage mikeis. I \ LARGE MOCK OF GROCERIES I. In t the absence of the nn.l..r"isrnfol E. C. CaWl in Ide moeri i IwUiiiM.t I DniiM! L. H' iH-k. d C'rJU',. Life f Lxxi

PLinters. ct,_ t MT they cia n 'w ftigagtfl m :}ocit-iitiig. oft _ I (:E.-R 'J .\.LL.U:\: Eh,) I'OU SALf.I who! will it-turn from Europe i n or before the first I only to ttJute IAld in all tNf various use to which [ eoniifv. _i'pnwtit her .,..1 nmrtjnt tu t'. Ju |fvf

iUnufactuiing 1I1l1CI' COd!'Ciori .re S.| k<. l It1.. I "I.s, Pork, I pursuance f>f 4 decree of the Hon. J. Wastes! eceinlier next ami) e its then he ""l1Ihu"I..al..J'ilh the latter hu. heieU.fore been app .. For ale by :i P..llC&ttt o Mid e ei-untv. 11x1 ask t.> I. .Ii..-liar:.d.SUSANNAH .
rblll.r. at <;<.". Call'' Stem Mill. at the| T.II.hu..t f..ul Flour IN Biker Judge ..f tie Middle Circuit of Florida in at Taliahisceee. Florida applK-HtHms may 114 made I AMES & LIVELY. '! HOUCK. Ext'x.

Railroad Depot "n.ell. F q.or Meears. GoddeuA April :. 1868. 14 July 3. 1853._ 21->n_
of-ea.onvJ O-k .11.1 I lli'kort.. ciMiatintlj <>n haul Ham, bt.iiig the sixth ilnj' <.f Dec.nilr next at the COlrt Apperson. ol Richmond Va "" ----

which they will sell x> end" terms a. t.. nuke u HMohjtCt : an.1 I all other article .""rt"i"i"t tn th. OROryny h'in".in TidKI.,.-se, the f.l.a! ing lands l>el purchase eithci, the linds orlatts I MILES NASH & CO. Notice.

to ';ll V> purch ise from ..1"11TI,. l<>11..\iI_' II bu-in... KNIGHT SHINE. : the Estate of He"m' H Bra.itorI. dex-eafH. (ntiiin- can exurnifw them by calling on ilr. G. F. t c. IX nw-ntls) after the first publication of thl an-

i. the scale 'fc.h j'ritf. .lei! >rrd at the FuClorx : Augi.t 2S. 165S. 8> i I n.g rleven huiulrnl l al.1 tel acre more or lees) C.1 Morris, the nanuger of this estate who will take Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &C.I tice.the IlDd.n.grtcI..IIIt.ui..t.rlllor of tinE utof .

Bistgy Spoke per ilic-u-'aud .. .4j cents each.. I pri'1 soine ol I be DOt valuable cotton las inLeoti l 1.lt'H.ur. hi showing them, and will give SPIT further from New Tech per bark I:.H. Henry B. Br dD.r l. deCMiwd. will p e.-nt hits tiiutl
.5 CHA GROCRmS-! |: c 'unty. to-wit. information ill his power. E. C. CA BELL: JUSTrt'epi1'.d assortment of articles in our line I nccfUnl and 8J.101v -" the Judge i.f Pr..Ut .if Lx-n

th.uanI..6 i. n..xl wilt confine hnn'el!exrln i\elv t.. the I SW i '.IS E i. a Sept.11. 18S3. 3.3m''JUst White Lead Zinc and other paints| Window OIA..fbt:8t E.tate. EDWARD B Its PrOUD. A'hnt'r.Jrn5.l83S. .

Carriage und 1 horse Wi'gf n bp- kes I AUCTION CO.I/J//5S/O.V BC'Sto'ESS.when I W t f 6, Town 1, R. 1 -- quality. Putty.Brushes Potash Soda Sparkling 2Cn'Notice.
Received -
fxrertt. *..II..6 t S W t of SEt 'fLOocJ'1I Mustard. French Brandy (very best,)
4 I""a WagunpokeserIiousand.t4. M his beet taleiiU,Wi'l 1 IM uneil to ;'roi-te the I lurth.f N E i 7, TN STORE and for sale by the undented. afresh medicinal purposes Sp. Pepper, Lemon Syrup .

4a ett..7 utereot of Ib.l.f"Iruatin\ pertv to his chart I 8, f JL supply of DRUGS and CHEMICALS. of Inks.Qmuine. Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Buchu, :: months after lh" flr.t publication of this no

6 hone" 11"utllt> cJ.71 He now uftr hi* present StOCK at red'iced prices S Et t. I which the foll-wiug are a few-
6 M a OIl etv..8 to dOe. K. II BERRY, All of East i of S W 4. "f Sec 8. Town. 1. Range 1. 10 ozs Bebeerioe 5 OM.lod. Amrnnn"a, Medicines. We keep none but the very best and of Fletcher Wbiuker. dvoeiuml.I lat. of Le n

A* Uiis U something new in ..In.l. we hope tn *.Auction and Commission Merchant I N and E. lying East of Thomas ville Road, ((70 acres 10 Santonine, 6 ** '* Sulphur, hope to merit your patronage. I county will present her filial account to doe Ju-I!-.'.of

'I be liherallr pntronized. Cull ami see specimens at Sept 4.185 :t _ more or less.) 15 Chmoidine, 10" Nit Silver MILES NASH CO. Probate, of said unty. soil ask t.. b. diselmrged

Mr,Kuhn's Carrugu bhop in T.lUlm><'ee.SCHNEIDER. The above latnfc lie m the immediate neighbrho 12 Cinchona SulpH, 10 Ext M nesia March 2' 1856 18 I SARAH \\HITAKER. Auuatx.

& CO. i -BOOK-BINING.: IS I Tallahassee extending f the tl 25 Morpbia" 2" Elatenum Sept. 11. 1858._37-6.1. _

July 10 188. 28 1 PREPARED WITH NOW the Meridian "ad. and .i soKi either in a body :!5 Act; 12 Cit Iron Plantation fr Sale JuLn; Q. Crofuartif, Admiitutntvr of tV. EstaU ufFranklui

or in "prt tracts, as may mccoY most agreeable t 20! Piperme. 40 ex Quinine T.Cmomart's deceased
NEW CARRIAGE SHOP. TOOLS AND I TTUAElYfltColnmbiiedhuty. Stats of Florida,
MAT pun B Strychnine, 5 Veratria .*.
TEKMS:-One third cash, the balance Of.a credit 8 Ibs. Phospate of Am- 15 Ibe Sulph Ether, O twenty hint miles'Sontb of A1li, ator. It consists James W. Cromartie. Luther Crt martie. Cstharina
ri UE unilersigneo leave to Inform the citiJL FOR BOOK I ND ING '
begs- '
ol one, two and three If'Ar. the purchaser to give mooia. 50 ** Chloniform. of four hundred acres of fiu. Marl and Clay Land.- Crotosrtie. Margaret Fason awl her husUrtrl Elias
tensof TalUbas and that be has '
in this viociuity.' in all its branches of thecilizetla n.tel with approved neeority for the deferred pay 10 Ibs. Lid. Potash, 30 Glycerine, (pure) There are all n&fesssry Bn>ldrtg*on the place;a great Fa. >n. Eieanor Ktibinwia and ber husband George.
pened a earriag.lhop p'ae joining .fT.hl'' country. His mt-It.together with a mortgage on the lands, and to 2 casks Rook many other improvements have bean ti1 ule.and a part Robinson and Clmrles rUnnerman. w aL

Brokaw's Lifery Stables, Shop is in the Brick office formerly occupied by Dr. pay for title deeds. Potash.A LSO-* of the land noW in cultivation. ConsIstS Water "-n T'HE above named defendant are hereby notrfiJL *-!

Call opposite tlK | Church. He is a prac. Persons desirous of purb.in wi be shown the SULPII this Land for mob sod beast Gdpd titles will Legiven. that the undersigned administrator of the esi.U
E"ilp1 SOO
in tb. building formerly occupied by J. L Grocer ozs. QUININE
he can do work lands either by the Mr. Lawrence, There is also a Tracf of good Hammock adjoining sd. W fil'"l -
nDlerl'gue d.-ceD
ticl ajvtition
T. Cn n-rtie
B.ne..n lu .f frankliu < ,
Where b.i. prepared to do all linds of work iu his Warranted and which we off-r low for CASH.
Ln, at the shortest notice and on the most well cep a i can b* d..1 elsewhere.CHARLES the overseer o the: premises.JUNIUS L pore AMES fc LIVELY. the same which can be purchaaed.on1 cue ID tU Cl.rks 'fhe. of the Ciiein C art .f Leon
' Special Master. in this would do well to
FINDEI8E' TAYLR wishing to setUe County Coonty fur UM sale i>f .' rials lands of aid csut.
REASONABLE TERMS, July 1-7,1858. Sly [ fS"SeuLe"py. Seyt 11. 1858._ JnI131. :858. 3F give ne a calL as I will give a bargain in my place. descnUd io saM p titi D. I*Uwlnbot-ou. i4 Uiry

inch M euriagv painting and tnmming; making new A i-y infi-nnatioo can be given by addressing u.e at are hereby noiifisd to appear aDd answer ai peti.
( bcfrxiet and w gonr and all kind of repairing. Notice. Seed Seed, Seed NoticeSIX / TI1JI.t'fjuggoe. P.O, Columbia count*. East Fl..rida two .* Monday lb. 18iL Clay ol .. IXl. b wjth

The mutetvigtied it prepared tn do this kind of FOR FALL PLANTING. months after the first publication of this no aU.W.COLLIN5 first day of the swat retibai Irnn ..,saul C.-urt.

work A weU and in the.latest style' .i.caa be I..h _J I the undersigned aduiiuutratnx of the E'atsof JOB 10. 1858. 25 *JOBS Q.CROilAKTIC,Adw'r.

dot.at UM North A h' tbe next Legs OTA BAG A.Lv Given mal I Drumhead Rew.John Wesley RH-'i**. defeated. Litapf Jef-- July 1858. 57-< "

AH thiiM'who have til* kind of work to do, and XJL |.tore of Ihe Sutr Florida,. fu a chatter ''o Red Top "'urip Cabbage, ic."P ers"n county will present hr final ). an,Ifvoochers Gold:Pens. i.

.ib it done in a manner that Will nut fail to five a R.il Rood fniit .Golf City" in the .vf U Flat Dutch to the Jodga of PrbbaU of said toast j,aDd '11 i .A1S' .ttia4tttIta.o4jecb

.wrc.vet l d* w.H to call Q' East Harbor of Apalaehicola through the etk Jo$ received and for sue b ask for a diseharjt ..AFRISH "a' I \J 1rf 'l.dl7.,,4BOWJT.Martin. "
( WU.KUHN8. either of Gadsd vr Leon. to th4 Georgia tn! AMt A MVTXT ., Lku&INIA 11. RBOD., .Ailmt'L -
i.t,10. 1U$. 28 TalabU: August 7-165r, 3 July 17. 18J9: 59 c Meoief1)i.) !..pt.4' 18CR. B4e lby !!8. :1 ,IT HThe

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