The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
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Floridian and journal
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Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
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October 24, 1856
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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
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Ceased in 1865?
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Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Supplements accompany some issues.

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


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, prcffssinnnl (orbs. ;' The Tomia>.lon h&rlmme.." [ Of those there being more than plenty, Han, but you will not care if the finger ofscoril I fijrgivo me, you will pardon me if in a mo. prices to pay the msr-hant the- merchant- r -
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-- = = -Somebody I Seized the warriors by the collar*, be pri-rled at you as one who smiled I mc"Qt of unguarded passion I have forgotten cannot pay the banks, and therefore the

: MILES NASH & CO. : Descend, 0 Muse, find help me write ANd fined them each ten silver dollar, upon him! who has blasted the future happi. I myself and acted rashly." banks can afford but few aecom\u AU about that awful fight, Wliich hnrt them worse than all the fighting ness ofyotir ster so lung as you feel him to I Lnngsdale could not reply, but still hold- ;. either to send the crop forward, or pay ed'nj-
BALERS IN Which, 'tothtr day,upon ourtovn Including dentistry and fighting; be !innocent." ; ing the hand of his best friend he pressed it mercial balance Why is this! The whole
j -& i Hied And} KJ much glorBud renowb Far pockets are more tender pla'ceaThafl Never, Travers, his blood shall this day warmly, and looked at Travers with a degreeof trouble has arisen from no fault of our own' I
pares PAINTS proved ) mind lawyers fingers, face
! ;: .to.every thinUnij j gum or I
That our olu sires have left behind answer for the oiTt-nce. I will go into the contempt which occasioned the dark heart- but from the failures and consequent panic'ia

MEMCKES, J OILS I Some little of that ancient >unk" I But I'm afraid I'm waxing prosy, I country, call him out and make him fight ed villian to cower. New York (our commercial centre' which
; Tore wInch the Urnal" British Bhrtsnk ; So Ergo my readers getting dozy, me." I I see that I have been duped and basely for the present, has rendered iferlfng tfnaTall*

t "tV OULD inform their friends iud the puLlic.tlJ ;I\ Immortal Homer! ydh're the man i I I'll; to bid them-honor farewell; just dulpsying merely saying- I I am ready to lend my humble assistance inveiged'! into this sham," said Travers, slowly able. The main basis of oar banking capital

\T they hnve on hand a good in their assortment ofiuc I Itrticles Should have this very thing in hand : I've heard my heroes since the fight i but Langsdale is in town and you had I retreating towards the door. at the South is sterling, furnished by" the dot ;
generally kept line of busmen I ;
Are .
and will It be! receiving regularly frcb supplies. Then !j j You'd give each hero proper merit, .Have kept out of each others sight, better reflect before you act precipitately ;" j What infarrTous! scoundrel," exclaimed ton crop fnd other Southern exports .&a$
terms si-all be reasonable. !' And paint the combat with such ppirit J And keeping up a course defensive this was said in a cold sneering way. I Julian, talk you of being duped ? you, who interior banks furnish themselves mainly with" .

_Talhhasaee._ April 9th! 185S-_14. ,: That And that we would we hcurd think Jote's the gods thunder joined rattle battle, j Have CeUHoJ entirely war offclIs\'e.I BELL .' Reflect, the devil ; now this minute will I have imposed upon me by your base and ma: I II i specie, by the purchase bills' upon the sea:

Dr. Miles H. Nash j jirrKBS Achilles we would deem the ,i ktor, ; I, THOMVVJLLE, Oct. 10th 1857. ; I go to meet him," and the young man, in a I Jicious lies ? Now, scoundrel, vmtai1! ; dog I I ports. The Southern seaports furnish ninth' S
: And mourn o'er the vanquished Hector; I state of mind bordering on freny, lang the I Ibe'.l I know you and caution you to beware of me." I II I of their specie by the purchase of sterLlig-
HIS PUOFEP8IOXA1 SEETICE6 TO THE CITIZKJfb OKTALI.AHASSFS But you arc diad, nnd more'a the pity, :: Writttnfor the Hvriilian & Journal. II 1 violently. A servant appe:red and J tJ.i j Travers fairly trembling wifh rage, replied, I II and ibe sale of a part of ft In NeW York.- 1

AXDSCRROrsDlNCCOUNTKT. | Jince.I alone mutt ping the ditty.. The Estrangement._ i lian ordered his buggy and horses. Traycrs'Said j And Mr. Villiers, you take advantage of i Most *of our New York exchange Ii drsW .
vrhh: Dr. H. ia.hh I -
OFFICE mediatclT. eutofthe ., I have nol lujue, or I'd Jttn.l!!; : CIIAI'TEE. IX. lr I mill; loara tnv 4f .-rr.itt..a. K.* I rjL..m -7uI .,-on.t.11nd.w.fttoft" i.. l D3 !' t"- v..4d& nt..I..1 It. ,JlAtd .t
'. 918b5. ?0 Both meuibcrb of the lawyer tribe.- : That afternoon Mrs. YilHers and Alice will return to accompany you, Wait for me, j suit me, but remember {Tvlll yet be revenged ; : York, to pay advances on shipments direct. _
J.r (".Ircadfg ambo." tquirevcr& 1 both started ; I Villiers." the day of retribution !is speedily approaching front Southern ports. Sterlingthen,h mainly,
; iICAL !NOTICE.0 Tlse parties with each other wroth the plantation of a relative some : its, my friend, but return quickly." I and I swear that I will cause you to rue this though fndtresll/, the basis of our banking-
_- I Which made the war w> mud" the tonn-her. j I fourteen mile from Chailesion. St. Julian : When Travers had departed, Julian pacedthe j day and I I- now too that Lucian Travers never capital at the South. Now this resource;
When Greek meets Greek, the received the letters and I Ii
both with
Kobertsori & Bond ;i suffer.) worse I and burning rag floor nnd again memory was busy bringing i, has broken an oath of hatred." Langsdale {urdish d by a iegitiolate trade, and on teal S
Brs 'he t'-d vas one. who drew upon I indignation having made an excuse to forward the many bright and happy rushed between Julian and Travers, and by ,| values, is for the present t dried up. Sterling''
in prl\cti ; :Mr-. Marchatid
H AVISO f fined a co partnership their services to Clt' M-e W-sh a t'rair at Washington |1. immediately hastened home. hours which had characterized his intercourse j: his timely interference saved Travers from, a ,, can:tot be conerted, except at ruinous rat 'i;
of their piofcsfiicin, oDer *- The he arrived
fallahajsef and surrounding : An exploit dear to touthern hearts, morning Langsdale gone with LangsdaK He at length murmured, blow, which would have felled hm to the : The difficulty is much aggravated, from the'
of country.
zeD! Bet Which can appreciate bu<>h parts !' over t o river to Visit a friend, seeking amus Oh God Gus could recreant floor. to he aid "" Charley fact that the amount or due tho.: !
r3: ?" Office over the Store lately occupied by A s Rrooks ana he both acted when '! ment for the his mind r never prove so I Turning Hargrave i\ sterling to
ton t H ib'!. Infrulteu bV those Northern men. I I the dread purpose that divesting he of. to every honorable principle. I will not believe i, take Julian away, and Mr. Travers I insist South ii vn&tfally larg for thi trasoh of 1 1the
Feb. 28. '57 9 tf h-r \\'It b 'oilier, sprung, I ween j estimable} reality value nnd after a prize of inj I that he has wilfully! caused my sister's I upon your immediately leading rny apart-I year. There is, perhaps, fully half million -
From him who wrot '&* ra"ic Queen;" j seeking repose I unhappiness. The whole matter is cot known I ment." due to Augusta alone, and this is probably i
E. BARNARD Jr. But though lie bore eo grea"* a name, I amidst the forest ho returned home at nightfall : to me." ,| Yea, Mr. Langsdale, you too shall be an a mere fraction of what is due to Charleston .

WILL tONTINCE THE lie had been still unknown to fiu."". i more depressed than ever. His friend ,i i Travers wended his way to his hotel for S object of my revenge ; I will cause you yet and Savannah. This s'erling, convertedinto !

DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS | And If he JS had-not d'b himself park distinguished almo- extinguishedin l I fore Ij rgrave the reader, who, has was aheady in his been brought be.his j I the purpose of getting his own pistols which I to kneel and sue for mercy at my feeL You specie or New? York? exchange, would1 i

tT IT THE OLD STAND, SIGN ,:1 this ere figLl," to full of glory, i' and him room hs awaiting! : he knew to be an excellent pair. He had no | may heap Jour atrocious insults upon me, but make our Southern banks rich in binkid i ,
return, greeted
Of which I'1l1low rehearse the s-tory.. i', upon entrance I I idea of Villiers aiming a pistol at Langsdale ; even now, be careful how you temper your resources at once; and enable thrra f o'grant ?
with, Gus, I ftm rejoiced to tee you, for I j without feeling sure that handled rightly its ,: speech.I thb usual facilities to the merchant, and fur.. $

OF THE MORTAR, i That I wish first I knew enkindled the ratioos such dire a tire, : wish to ccMvcrse with! you upon a matter effect would be fatal, and as ono step towards ': Leave mjr room, Sir, or you will put me nish the means necessary foY &e purchase of *

And set such champions l>y the llr5. ;:1 greatly affecting' your future peace of mind. I securing such result, he determined to I to the pninf\.*necessity of kicking you down I the present crop. !
9orn rof Clinton nnJ Monroe .U"ds,Tallllh.slte. ; Inducing them to lay their fears :, I met our mutual 1 fiiend, Joseph Irving, a few I p-jlWeapons into the hands of Villiers whose the stairs." But why these large dues to the South in' !

January 12, 1556.CoPartnership. .S Aside, and fairly go it blind." : how ago. lie informed me t!'at Julian Vil- I excellence was fully known to him. On his You threaten me, do 'buLuf! I can sterling at this la'fe season of the year ? The !

- ----- Notice.I--- !I Or Like" Bouncing members of Bill"the and canine" l:1 kind-hin', ,Jack* i liers had returned and swore that jour Mood I wr.y he thought, now this proud beauty (: make allowances for a lover's outraged feel-! amount is owing to a favorable balance. The i

Those pugilists whom we call "n rak;" alone would satisfy him."ot finding you I will be glad I to accept the hand she twice n>- I',I'lUg ." I cotton crop, though short, has perhaps never' 1
TIlE.undersigned Lave theWHOLESALE this day entered into a co- : Or rather, like two bharghai chickens in the city, he has gone to his mother's who jeeted, ha, ha Lucian Travers never fails Langsdale could bear his insolence no longer sold for so much money. That it i it due to* J

!bip in RETAIL I IDB. i Which fliip, and b riit. and play the dickens," : you know is on a visit to her uncle, Judge in his undertakings. That silly brother of and seizing Travers by the throat with the South an'd till ondiawn, is accounted for 1
;i Then peck a little, and crow Gain{ I should like to have seen him, Ifeel h"r's how easily too does he assist my wish. his powerful arm, with one vigorous effort he : from the fact; that Southern operators have j
LtG BUSIJSrESS, unit each other badly
tnder the name and style of : Some say they've'twas politics but then !, so certain that I could explain all. Let I es. Thus shall retaliate upon nIl who seek I II ,I dashed him oufbf the door and closed it. 1 had strong confidence vifptlon,hate purchased
such trfties would not move such men- :: me beg \ou not to be provoked into answeai I to combat my will" He arrived at the ho- I 1 Travers instantly regained his feet and I as much as their means and credit would permit
AMES&LWELY.THEY : Some say they called each other liars," i i j, ing his demand for satisfaction. Allow mutual ,'' tel and sent a servant ahead with the case ', opening the door said !n a tcarse husky I and held it on their oicri acttfiint at high' ,
Such, "ex ojftfti," are squires; 1 friends to interpose, and I cannot doubt ;, containing the pistols and was soon with JcI I II 1! VOICe, limit which has only lot gig Seen reached. I *

will be pleased to see their fri ndli j So Btiti they.,.of course, could not be vexed ; but that it will! be arranged fully to your nn. I han Villiers. As he entered St. Julian, who I I will bide my time, but mark it, Lucian I may add, that the Southern balance bas been,

and bere patron will at the keep old stand a full of and D.H general Ames. :; .-{ d,to I their rather thide think annexed.S was "l.t.. i tual f 1ti f1ietiun." i ii j was still pacing the room with a quick, [ran- ;i, Travers has vowed vengeance against Jon considerably aided by the early shipments
assortmeniof Article!appertainustotl.erJanuary : 'Cause opposition he had got i No, lIar<#'ave, I will not fight my friend} ; i!: tic step turned to him and said, i iI |, all! and will some day spurn you when you ; an unusually large Southern wheat crop. 4 t
:eofbciiueS I). H. AMES, In the election where he thought : when he returns I will go and explain, and I I! "I cannot (1'I) it, Tr.ivers." II' I I would sue to him for aid." He shut the door The South then has not overtraded nor'
31. LIYELY. I his battle would be hlrdlfought ; i know that he cannot believe that his warmest I'I'8'! yOU like-, Julian ; do not allow me to with violence and was gone. S has it lost by unprofitable speculations. It
1 1SI6. 1 And being thus be took offence j I friend would seek to injure hm: so de' influence I II 1 I his chamber I has
On not a \cry large ,rt1cn'e. I p- exercbc the slightest degree of up. Augustus repaired to whither only speculated by making the best of itif 1'
---- ; lie curbed, and swore} and "ripped," and: ;: ly." !, on Jour actions." Hnrgra'-e hid carried Julian, and then Har- own staple, thereby adding to Southern'
JOHN R. LLOYD shined," j j "I would adise, (11:. that .YOU should de ; No I will go to him. I know that he will ;i grave related to him that he had gone to ViI I. wealth.' Nor have Southern banks overtraded :
A"U.o"tion.ecr: While S-r w'ng not far behind ; I!I fer a mreting with Villiers until mutual all satisfactorily." liers after he had seen him in the morning i or over-issued. Their business has been'

ANDCOMMISSION ; There But then, like much many less another muss," : friends have seen him and endeavored to al : explain" Well do so, but r"Speuk and unfolded to St. Julian Langsdale's feelings [I mainly a cautious and legitimate one. They
was of fire than fuse
MERCHANT And: by the dint of some por-.uasion 1! lay the undue excitement under which he i is out say what you intended." and also how anxious he was to again I have: provided immediate means by the only

Their friends contrived, on this occasion, !1 laboring. I will! go now, Gu, but in any I thought it better to remain silent, bat call him his friend. Villiers immediately ; legitimate means of doing so, Lint these means

TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Tu keep than from an open fight, i, emergency consider me Jour friend. You i \ llie's I am your friend, and 1 look upon saw through the duplicity of Travers and i are not immediately available as' a remote
_Julyl9.16oG. 9-1"J :I Though thov d-d each other-out tf mjht. :\ and Yilliers nuat never fight. I once loved I you in the sirne lijrht. I have your interest with Hargrave hastened to the hotel and ar- j consequence of the wild and reckless adventures

R. H. BERRY ; Tin -;'asSalur'lAy t n;il Monday Alice, but yeu were more fortunate than I deeply heart, and will therefore, speak to I rivod there almost as soon as Travers Har- '! and disastrous speculations of .the
(Not hating p vne'to church on bunday, ( was in having your love reciprocated, andthough ,; you plainly.I I grave detained Julian in the passage for the 1 North and Xortb"est.rhzit ia now want
Auctioneer and Commission And heard a little moral law ;) : my bright dream of happiness has been ij i! "Say qUicklY what -is it ; in God's name purpose of calming his agitation, and this delay | ing is time-a little time-nof to make, butto

MERCHANT. They both were still di-poed to "j*vr." j,i dispelled, fclill! I feel for her and respect her : I beseech YOU keep tr.o not in suspense." gave them an opportunity of overhearingthe convert, actual means. Banks known to
d said coward I
7. UAE.6 =. Ha, Sept 23. 1655. 89 S And i-r t-tkoucht-r the was same a of If-, d ; !;' and will do ail! in my power to alleviate! the ] I learned this: mornng'! that Langsdale conversation which passed between L.ings- be good; should be forbear-ing with each
The latter said he'd like to getS '; Buffi-ring wh'ch I know she endures. Good wcs in town and so I stepped !Into his! room I II i I dale and Travers. Hargrave knowing that other ; and the public should be patient and

S. s. KNIGHT -r to fijr'it! bin when they met :>i night, Gu. I wPl! tic with tr voa early on the I arid boldly insisted: upon his telling rite rtheth- .I I the friends preferred to be alone, when he forbearing? with the banks, and not require orepe"t
And swore he'd Miip J hm if he should, j I morrow." 1 he'intended to allow matters to remain |I| had concluded his relation of facts, took his accommodations from them, which; ,
AUCTIO EER & COMMISSION MERCHANT I! S"-But d r-heard n liia:this, tight, and l.e madly never would.raging", !: Lnngsdale, left to his own reflections, re- ,' or as th.\ were and by his uliiany cause your '!,i leave. Augustus entered Jntd a recital of the however strong in means they are not at i

T.\LLAII.HCIE, FLORIDA.September I Was bent on instant battle waging: !i i \iewcd the long and intimate f/len 1 Isitip i sister "to lead a life of unhappiness and mis- I I circumstances with which! the reer is acquainted present able to furnish to any great extent. .
1. 1 Hi, 05) I So on the morrow, having armed l which had e:!sted between himself and Vil- i erv"-the black hearted villian told this lie I at the conclusion of which Villiers Relief must seen come. Sterling is now

HIGH .\. CORL Y, Himself, and no doubt also warmed (:, liers. He looked Lack a few months when with a decree of effrontery that cannot be related the fact of his sister having receivedan about commercial par in "New York; that is, S!i
And all his vital: <=1.irj,1 rallied on their eunmer excuiR'on they had been BOI !I. I I. anonymous letter, summoning her to really tbott ten per cent. discount; in New j|
i 1lnglO"
With i
Attorney at Law, : other Fptrritt r out he I happy together, and their he thought too of 1! And what iM he reply! {" Madame De Turnelle's. Langsdale saw Orleans it is lower still-a state things perhaps -. j

TALLAHASKEK, FLA.Janeary met Yc gods! it U'a a Jletirg, t the interest Travers had evinced towards St.I : He answered that he did, but Villiers do through the plot and said, Well, Julian, to unprecedented in ocr day. This of J
I They spent no time in friendly! greeting, I Julian. Within the last two days he had !i not to him, challenge him and shoot hlnj: ]j I satisfy your sister let her read this note." I course, cannot last long. A remedy wilt
17,1S57. S-ly _ But i:-r forthwith, with a jerk. learned reliable that Alice had go and handed him the .Madam be found either '
---- -- --- ..- ._ From out his 1oQom a dirk from authority !; down with a show of justice on your side. i iI ,I note had written soon in a restoration of confidence -
RICHARD BRADFORD i if (Or, from his ptckct-l pulled won't swear, j twice ejected Travers, and he began to believe lIe said he intended itT : him. I or the importation of specie from

f For, rcallv, I was n"t there, that Travers had by some means caused I Yea he did." S Oh, Augustus," replied Villiers, I have I Europe. I
ATTORNEY AT LAW, But give the faC't's I rcceiveilm, Ire \isit to Madam Do Tiirnelle! upon the Enough the die is cast, his blood shall : wronged you deeply ; but 'tis over now, and 'ti -

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. AndlisI heard EO I believed '4m.) : fatal morning but still he had! no grounds ,i alone expiate his deep dyed villiany. He ; as matters stand you and sister can be happy Holdtoff out False Lights..

(Office in tLe Tost Office Buildisg.: ) : And Who now lived, ( that blindi-ess old poet half KJV hi:*day0,) 1 upon v.hich to base his suspicious! and this I ran" the bell, ordered pen ink and paper and still." When the banks promised to 'Increase their

Hay !:, '57. 21 Gnat decJwl.r-H>f nil bell had runp. troubled, him exceedingly. turning to Travers said, Write, Travers ; Would to Gcd, St. Julian, (that it could discounts three million?, and didn't they heldout
# Hud been achieved," (('twas thus lie sung.) i j The next morning \ iJicrs left his mother ,. I urn too excited." i! be so, but I have written twice to your sister a false light which vr as not only cruelly \
WILLIA SCOTT, But folks Raw S- d hud no wipon and sister; at ?.n early hour and proceeded to Travers wrote a fcrmal challenge which and once to your mother; my letters have wicked but more than likely stranded many ]

.A r1r.grl V A 7' LMfl I And" Come begged, throw of:?-knife r not to keep, ClII.) one then; I| to the city. He arrived about nine o'clock. I Villiers signed his name. "Trams, I con- j:I been returned unopened. As much as I love a stout bark. So when Bowen, McNarnee" *

MOXTICELLO, FLA Fight f t'IIl']your-iiill,' liie away other men; i lie was under the impression that Lnngsdale fido the entire, management of this affair to your sister, my pride revolts at the idea of & Co. authorized and requested"newspapers : 1

dy 30,1853. SO tijan Our rough-and tun ble,' which you hnow i was still absent and he determined to await \ou. Act by me as you would wish me to my making any farther advances, and you to say that they were able, on the ,
-- To be the way most I comme itfaut;'" I' his return. He therefore repaired to his moth for : know your sistei cannot, mine will be a life I first day of September, to discount or" fake

Benj. F. Young, He cast it cff.'and ra.hed atE-d, er's residence, and calling up a servant, ordered act" Thank, for your confidence, ilhers. ,f of misery, but I want the facts stated to your up all their notes falling due in Septeft.lbft.j
Who himself be coward.
&LL; ? T.'r' P "JT They proved soon got sticks to from cut no the crowd I breakfast. lie retired to his room in You shall see too that it is not misplaced"- j;I mother and Alice for their respect will be and October, they hold out to f fa j.
VJ And laid about them, ae if proud i order to collect his thoughts which had hpcn this was said with a .malicious smile of tri I at least a consolation to me. Itill alwaysmeet false light which doubtless was tb- cause'

ADSOLICITOR IS EQUITY, To show their \alcr to spectators, 1 so passion-tossed by the dire news which umph. them a! friends, but a stern, un re tent- of many innocent persons buying l eir paper;
Who .tood around as commentators-: had reached him. He too revolved in his Travers left and a few minutes after our : ing necessity forbids! all future hope. I leaveS but it did them (B., McN. & Co.,) no good.
\\T ILL practice in tie Courts of the Eastern Cir But still, 'twas curious, all their licks mind the happy moments he had passed with I at the door of Villiers' here In a few days for the North for the purpose Tho falsehood did not save them! and then
?" T ecu: of Florida and the Federal Court ; Were spent upon each other's sti:k. friend Har grave rang !
OAI SVILLK ALACHTA COCXTT.) Some wicked wits there were who said I Langsdnle, the confidence that had always residence and was Instantly admitted. The i of endeavoring by a change of scene to creditors have now less reason for believing! ,
(Omct AT REFERENCES: If each were bit upon the head 1 been mutual and endeavored not to accuse object of this visit will appear in the course I divert my mind from my unhappj situation. their representations than ever. The Ara
The sound emitted woul- be dead the early friend of his bosom with a wilful of this narrative. We will go now with I Write to me often, 'twill be a healing balm bian proverb, that lies like chickens, coma

CAM.Coi. J.J.D.J. AJ Lccta Ef. )\ Charleston, S.. C. As Whil if one others struck held on a so sound much would lead ; follow I! intention of injuring his sister, but he could Travers. He immediately proceeded to the I to my sorely stricken herirt home to roost," ought to have been whfseredin J

Fusts. A THOMPSON, ) As if each skull were wholly hollow, find no averlue for escape. lIe thought of hotel where Langsdale boarded and was Julian was somewhat hurt by Langsdale's Mr. Bowen's ear when he was{to the Dimes
Da JAMM S. JONES Talla'tauee, ]"lo. And that each champion knowing this, the friendship Langsdale had frequently evinced ushered into the loom without giving his i remarks, but he answered office authorizing and requesting" tie cnirimercirl :

June 467., 23 ,j Always contrived to make a miss, for Madam Dt%Turnelle, and concluded that name. As he entered Augustus arose and ; Well, Gus, perhaps 'tis better thcs but writer to say.that bit fir h could discount
r A. PERRY AMAKER, ; For fear that 'tother would hit him back she had ruined him. Suddenly! his thoughtswere casting upon him a glance of hatred and dis i you must return when I write foro j ,'I1. In all their piper falling! due for two'
show what brninwe he did lack.
LAW But that's all slander-I'll remove it I interrupted by a slight tap at the door. gust naked him t" be seated. I two months Gerald Jarch3.ndViII be my months to come. Mr. Bowrn says' that ha
ATTOfcKY AT : By simply saying, let them prove it !" Come in," said St. Julian without rising ; '' Mriy I inquire of Mr. Travers for whatam bride and you must lie my groomsman. ho turned Fowles away from his store for o'ioxr,
TALLAHASSEE,FLA. i I I the door opened and Lucian Travers stood I indebted for this visit I IA 1" I excuse will be a"c6cpted ; our former friendship or becauso he was so great a liar one could
:. May 21, 185":0_ Their sticks soon broke-the-y ran togetherAnd } before him. Julian received him coldly, and cold, cynical smile curled the lip of Tra demands it, and when I write for jour I not believe a word) he said. He should have
themselves, leather .
proved as tough as I
EDWARD M. WEST : ButS-d soon got i:-down, still keeping his seat, motioned him to a chair. vera as he replied, Certainly! sir I claim I return, I vjjQ certainly expect you." i thought of Fowles then:
and Counsellor at Law And stretched at length upon the ground. lIe thought of the many admonitions Augus the honor of waiting opon you as Mr. Vil- i J Julian it will require an effort on my Mr. Greeley once'' saiil that Wherf a' ms a
Attorney Ah! there had been an end of S-r, I lus had given him concerning Travers'and liens friend ;j" as he spoke he watched the part, to wait tfpon you but I will do it. As goes te a newspaper office to explain;nl hiva
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. I And be bad. hollered," like better men, sir, knowing that Travers disliked Langsdale, he have said former the explain damned.-
S_- -d had been sick fine features of Dangsdlae's expressive coun- you our friendship requires paper away a repoHfhle is .-
But lately ,
1 6, 1f : concluded that Travers had como to dictateto in the it but beware of And this is We
April, And was, of course, a little-weak ; tenance and apparently gloried agony Travers. Yon see our experience. always
: And being alo rather blow," ll luc.I which was so visibly depicted there now that niy surmises in some respects con. doubt the success or truth of anythingthat

Anderson Peeler, He to the bottom soon was thrown, I I I presume, Mr. Traters, that you have Augustus read the challenge ; his face I cerning him were correct. Keep your eye all the papers say at once_ aWnt privare'in' .

Attorney and Counsellor at Law : And When would E-have r seized"stomped"him by him the then hair and, there, I come to give me directions ia this matter," paled, his lip quivered and dropping the note : upon hint,be will! leave no opportunity for injuring terest or private individuals ft fooKltai'if

IN But g -d hallcoe 3, "Boys don't let him said Julian bitterly. upon the carpet, gave himself up to deep reflection I you unimproved." somebody had been found;wilh copy al
SOLICITOR EQUITY, Pull out my hair, the d-1 pet him !" i Villiers, you wrong me." j at length ho murmured, "I cannot, li Curse the villian-speak not of him, Anglister's. prepared" a la BaAnim1.! When1 the Erics
NEW PORT FLORIDA.Y17ILL .- The "boys' appealed to forthwith ran Excuse mo if I do, but how can I kii'' w will not fight my best friend." My very blood boils when I think son air propeller,went off so'el'egtftrtry'' dbwrt
Practice In the Courts of the Middle Circuit :' Andi7ed each one of them his man, I hereafter in whom to confide \I" Travers appeared not to hearvbal\ had involuntarily how he has duped me. Ie'erhe again comes the bay in 1852, and all the.p'tptr* simultaneously -

>r V Special' 'attention. paid 12 to Collecting. Still Then quickly dragged them, blood both, and asnnder thunder, tl In me, Villiers, who has ,never attempted escaped Langsdale, but said, in contact with me, he will regret it as longas i the neat day testified' t'oTrt* completesuccess
breathing vengeance
Much 21. :. But yet, 'iHhtfugh they talked so bold, to deceive you," replied Travers, fixing Wifl Lang'sdaie refer me to some friend he lives, and Madam D* Turnelb shall we saM that We dftf ribl fcteBeve it;

FLOYD & hOLLAND, l','e heard they were r.6t hard to )hold : his cold scrutinizing gaze upon the care worn for the purpose of making the nete sary ar know that her reputation can no longer be we believed it wobld'p o e sffsiToY*. The'
at Law. I I In fact, (now just 'twixt I and you,) countenance of Villiefs. rangement in this matter?1" sustained in this community." proprietors called tfpbn.tfi &*' 'tet day' *
Att6 ieys. .. I have been told }by those who knew, What am J to do Traven!" aJvis6 me, I will not fight, air/' convince M We 'wero Qio., bt their tzplanation -.
UTIL.prutic.cintLertll.: .t..C 00 rt'iddle- .. I That all their thought was "tauve qui put f' I am fast going mad. Hell with all.itstor- Not fight" exclaimed" Travers in a tone i[:TO BE CONTIVZD.] of haw the ** nbfi&s" g" tr nto'aI'I
e Supreme Co.u. that
loose surely they
l t and Weat Florida, and in v And were they .
ftbe State. Also in the District Coor.: of. the Uni I 'fould: : each Lave run a different way ments appears opai: before me, and lice. !',; of surprize. Commercial ,Position of the South. the papers CotiDrmed otfr opfnlda ,tba t1i.
ed Slate*,in the Northern District of FlorJu-- 'I And not been seen again that day. prepared to plunge into the unfathomable .'No, I xyJfl not fight with a friend whomI thing" wa. a failure, and aVit proocd .80,'
R.J. FLOYD, Office ApalacLicoia l' : "HowBo.T'ly!" :r," "'e'l1ll't that go ahJ "1. Will crime bring about such are. afready looked upon as a brother. No, I The Augusta Constitutionalist publishes when Mr.. McCallum.of. Erie road II authorized :

D.: P.HOLLAND Office Quuuy IlL I And see what rou2* the heroes"show. suIt t Say yes, und J will commit murder, will bWhim and explain all to him. the following as the views of a l leading Banker and reque.t ",.all the par&rsfo/t/.

Dee.S. 1 Br i._61 I S-d had bitten oeked from B.-r'8>- d paws'ja-wi tbelt or any thing else and leave my soul! to '' But, sir, your honor will." and Merchant ofthat city, as to the causes that the engineers' 'strike'wax a faifarti;'antf

WILLIAM S. WLWORTH, And Le teeth liao retold J- that they tupald 7- never be steepsd in the darkest depths of damna. What, sir do you attempt impeach my of the preieut financial crisis : that bo bad othtr engineers af) ready,:Wtaft-

and Counsellor at Law I Two Hi fingers' cuticle more sever.yo tion." honor. If it' be honorable to shoot a man's were ?ftnmedrafery put ot ,-,tad tH' rexf
AUorney ; doubt 'would havo been some traces Villiers, my friend, speak not' so-be best friend, then, sir, I contemn such honor;" The South hasnever been so rich in sub running of the trains w**ft6t'rntMmp&edWf/

MOXTICELLO. FLORIDA. t Of scratches left upon their fos, calm. You ask my advice as ,a friend. Iwill he tore up the challenge.'and trampled it under stantial means uvinstaia commercial creditas Aid that Mr. MvCaU nr tbW a .
T\7ILL practice iD the Courts of tie Jl'iddle r Bad they had poweto grata the wn, 'give it." his feet.-Travers almost despaired of at present, and yet since 1837, commercial and that the l tri k&-*-*--,rd'rujri the.t:
ff r uitandTlioau and Lowndci CountW&Arcb.185& Or get tIlt-ir na111 to enter in, TLif successful but looking stead credit bas not been more seriously! threat it did. :ar- .
12-1 But we're after Beard it said, "Do go on-say what am Ito do his plan,being so. ,t"
jr A lawyer's, as be.e of brass Is made; foul stain must bo \vl d-out.", fastly at Langsdale lAid. ened. We have not overtraded,and if some l look-out- for 4MII wb. '11i 'f"

LONG & CALBRAITH, So theVs to tear they were unable, Well, then, go to Langedale as a friend, "I shall inform my friend,.Mr. Villiers of of merchants t have speculated Tri-our own they- 'can dn.tibA&1r.uari i1' _, s. ...

ATTOEXEYS LJ.W'rALLAUAl FLA. 7hey! being quite l Impenetrable. confidence and 'listen to all he bas to this froth insult.!* 55 staple, the speculations have yielded enormous m Hh'i .: 1Th
AT J.D.'O.\LBRAITHhueauod The fight 'l.4rsZ! o,*r, Madam Justice gain concerning bif this i matter.. It U- unne ee ry-he has been an eye, profit adding to the wealth of the South-," tt'i'u'w .nl"IfA''LQ t .J'1Ir..:. "._.'S n..-,.
.\.1 .LoYG A WIth hw" thU IHUe.village carat U,- say _- Gal ,as here. witness 'toll, all.': xcliimed Viilieri, as he ,aml'tftouU add 10 its commercial resources..' permitted' tW Mt..r.b NGi Q>
.. ed tbeaiscJr,fa the practice of Law. They ( '.Y s.J\; ';n go to as.soon ,, ,
'W1It il.UenJ Ue arUinthe Middle Circuit,the Snprene If not with for. at l least'with those or turns."" rushed into the aj'*rtment'and threw hi.ml8.f Yet our bank and commercial e ptal.eem.- last; Wedn?s&jW, o tO l.. 1)

C.urU and the Dutrlct' CocrU of the United Whose only trade her is to expose.fallings Ceitainly the world may- -blame+ you- ,'a. Into the arms of bis best friend. Hargrave greatly paralyzed. The new crop i It coming' was &cti". "'J" that \beir."d dleta
BUU&tTallaliaa : Her UuntUr. and petty .,\. will in but the cannot'etllal l ti r ktjt .J
Oh Go -.Jntry
Qeopp.4tethe Conrt Uou4c.i Uy-plea" MeubpOfcBa* ." wilts," and aft3 n continued tbft labile and accomr-UsVd til- then toterd. the, room.II yon | o't I ...n. 'oa that Jh
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eob'etrns failed before the week was oo'.- *H tten lor the Prompt Conrtdermtlon of Condition .?Hie Bank. .,.Us Carolina I 0'8'r- poattia J'tOI 2r'JDJ nir..) n TELEGBAJH.trectern then by mercantileWommunity dnwfaj on the Bank to la'fcogUnd tie S fo'ij!

1c; tbete are all false lights held ot to the Pple of For +-, The Charleston Btmtubtrd condense frofe the regnlar : I The feonUa-treatern Ballrea* Bank. cie for bar cotton produce ,distre and nin tfJ* and although, in many ca es, they It rarely become* the dnry of the presa, in" the official the SOth September S Mr.iffor-As the notes of this Bank constitute Bank. We ewT>atthU policy baa already don. III B *

do th. rjtiblie; no harm. beyertbelt like the discharge of it.' important functions, t do more ,) of te Bnk Snt Crla the following i a Urge portion of the circulating medium in this Sr. Loris Oct. 18tb.-TLere bAt been a heavy England. It will will produce the sameEngland eect IQ 0i4

Arabian's chickens, they come to than make suggestions for the employment of the important facts and figures: immediate vicinity have thought It not inappropriate run Upon the tanks here. The Bank of the State Mercantile. ,,Mills failure* and slop Bank.'panics pinaiag oar eoUo
fmonths. ;
roost* Bat there are many ways that people public mid, even when questions the highest CUIO] ''ancic. to throw out a few suggestion fur the consideration Mhwouri, Nashville and Banks Tennewe baring most probably make cotton a drit fa

bold oat false lights. When they baild.Jarge' importance are presented for in tgton. that Bank of the State of So. Ca... .1189.999 $29,176 of the bill-holders which may probablysaTe suspended, the Legislature considered such a will -at again on the debts of the Banks la TM tk r.I

and elegant six storj marble they may be intelligently estimated at d.upon South Western Railroad Bank 190,930 29.176 them from the disagreeable process of submit proper course of policy to be pcrsned. I South. and will bring many to insolvency
6tores pretending Planters and 148,101 69.785 4. We look the financial ban'kin
ehaniel' and
they need them and are to for them by the poputer It mofe fitly the province .Bnk.. ting to a tJiart. upon
pay jodgen' i Union Bank,. e. e. 174.743 70,217 this institution vnUion of the North, U comparatively hannlLTt/i
when hey are not, but have to give oat journalism chrnice fact* and circumstances StateBank------------------ 11,42 61,884 The suspension of specie payment by Kansas) Elections.Sr. the South been they are not our natural euatJu

building nctn" to b sold fn the street, for and needful present Ihrrewith such deduction Bank of South Carolina,. .. 93,753 32,613 as with the other Southern Banks, is evidently Laos, Oct. 16th.-"ccounla from Kansas slate I n.-they are not our great consume Let ti,.
Bank of Charleston----------- only] a precavtionary measure to ward off that both parties claim the victory. GOT. Walker centre of commerce in
the with great
money to pay builders they hold out a* may follow fair reaK-ning unalloyed 728,73247,8& Europe, wher,
Fart'and Exchange. .. has occurred defends of the soldiers on tbe commerc natuf-illy contbt! our
false lights. When they build splendid country any selfirh purpoce or dictatorial spirit In other Bank 66.05 76,9" the effect.of tile financial crisis which the Toting on part I ttncmb rrj a*!
of hamburg------------ 646,209 *
citizens and our great production mill
makes ,
'iD't1ie. of the North. I that six months soon restore coin
seats and home palaces on Fifth avenue .ore. in our humbls efforts to look after, and ifpossible Commercial. Bank of Columbia 33,45 ''" S .great commercial emporium ground dence to commerce and reinstate the '

and mortgage them for the money to do it advance the great interest of the State, Bank of Xe"obr.. e. .. 36,6DPlanters' *.now bAre before me the official statement of all of ,in that Territory.The York is an unnatural intervening Banks. M.T

332,060 21,202 \he South Carolina Banks, showing their condition{ the operations of the General GO'fenimtnl'd
Tfitb,they hold ont false chick. we prefer to b guided by an enlightened public of'airel. th,
Igbt. .Trs
Bank .
Exchange 470,485 87,543Merchants' In that stAtenienttheentire Ohio Election. Union has forced nn. But it
the month August upon U
tin notliln
controlled the
ens come into roost. opinion father than be by to common of Cheraw Wan
saight 225,044 21,127
Bn CIXCIXSATI Oct. 17.-Sixty-two counties hare which we should cast aside
They hold out false lights when-they furnish practice of forestalling aDd embarrassing the Bahfe ofCh ,. e. .. . 361,815 87,71 circulation of the South-Western R: R. BAuk is in which the Democratic majority rectly agency to our real and natural and look d!.

their houses with r .bought in Paris public mind by and it may be arrogant BankofCamden------------- 181,810 12,205 shown to have been at that date two hundred and been heanffroro deavor to sustain them amidst the customers and tn*

," and ornament wo paintings ol' the assumptions of one.gtuitous.. himself but a man, and Peoples'Bank of South Ca.,. 159,98 42,965 levent-t.- thousand dollars with a very moderate amounts to over 10,000 I rassmrnt, and thns-u tain ourselves.present embar

xld' masters bought at Leds' ; dress their whose opinions and declaration arc entitled to no Bank of Georgetown. e. 237,525 27,894 amount of&posUaand balances due other banks. Black Republicanism has been tried and found !I i 5. Suspending specie payment, the Banks wmfurnish

wires in thousand drsse and bang more weight than the opinions and declarations of Total----------- ., j7,105,170 8999,399 To meet th and the
next will enable
Is claimed but is so fur year ; crop the Banks
o on their nerka tbousand dollar diamonds.- the most retired citizen of equal capacity and in This i* not &favorable a exhibit of the Carolina assets in specie exchangej discounts; Ac., to the Chase's majority very i resume specie payment, and restore commerce to

Their chickens roost in the parlors. They telligence. This.much by way of preamble t matters Banks as we had hoped t see. The circulationis amount of over a million nnd a half of dollars. This smalL The official returns may increase it its usual channel We in the South,who have &f w
hold fake lights when"they five the condition of the Bank in the month of August The immense g ihs of the Democrats in the Stat. instrument of trade between the
out give of no slight import as connected with the welfare beyond all disproportion to the There is, was great United State

thousand" dollar parties and invite al the of our citizens generally. A financial pressure however, in the items of Ip-if. Foreign ; but I have been credibly informed that since surprise even themselves. and Europe in our hands will bold a position of power, '

fowls" in town to and eat and ( that the circulation has been reduced to one L.t nIt.CISCISSATI. which! wisely used not only b* competent
come that date
'has been precipitated by causes are perfectly Exchange and Bills and Notes discounted, a source sustain onrselve+es, but the North.

,destroy their luxuries. Their chickens come intelligible upon the country with the tumultuous I of strength which rut be taken into the accountin hundred and nine-six thousand dollars. Assuming Oct. 18.-The Freesoilers claim to 6. To carry out the policy we have indicated.U .

and roost right over their beds.-iVcic 1'orA- influences then entire amount of bills in circulation have carried the State by one thousand majority.The BankaJlo""enr. must act in >
haste of an avalanche, extending its depressing estimating their ability t pay their debt} and thatthc concert at all the ten'
Book. and Democracy, on the other hand claim it by I trsl.po.ints of trade and the Merchants mart
Day through all the ramifications of i these items, based A they are upon crops"soon to is only about two hundred thousand dollars, act
with them. It must be an affair
The most remote and isolated communities are as I' be in market will speedily be available, so that the that the asset of the Bank are as stated over one three hundred majority. I aJid confidence. But i if the Banks largely are to of act contest without .

sensibly affected by the unexpected crisis a the Banks need not long be expected tJ remain in a million and a half, what rational ground can there flank Suspension concert and without a regard to the interest

& unrnal.TALLAHJISSEK get cities that constitute the commercial hearts suspended ccditton.I be to doubt its solvency f But there is a securitybehind COLUMBIA: Oct. 16.-The Exchange Bank of Columbia I of the people but Ibokingto their vaults alon*.

j1nrhial which tend out the innu- the assets of the Bank which not shall occaion our cotton. to sell at a specie price in.
through I Thtee of the Charleston Banks, at the last account proper has suspended At I
count specie payments. present Europe, when the greater of that
"-- merable arteries of traffic the vitalizing elmeDl i continued to are the only renders the idea of insolvency ridiculously preposterous I specie shall
*, pay specie. They the Commercial Bank of Columbia still holds be drawn from thence to replenish their cofferi.tha

: I of that confidence which forms the basis of credit ; Bank of Charleston, the Union Bank and the State but furnishes the means calling in every out. .Mr. John A. Crawford is President, and theymay financial convulsion* beginning with the greedy'iunprincipled ADd'

and trade. The resulting disasters are the suspension I Bank dollar of the notes in 1 less than sixty days from tile unless speculator the North, will .
be able to through run, every
BATVBBAT, OCTOBER 24, 18X7. tin.; JRtt-T the South C.".u- n.;i.oaa go over tbe whole commercial world and tmp1icai.
total I
of the Banks the ex:* observed
pecie payment by Since the above was In type we have body becomes tool enoSgK ttf lasist on turning his the South in one common disaster.
-------- .- -- >_ .. in exchange condensed statement connecting Charleston with Augusta and Columbia
tinrtinn nf srstom. .f .- o-- : / imrueorgia : of bills into hard cash. .
--- 0- -- -- confidence in the bank i issues that constitute the the circulation and of the Bank the value of which, I suppose, with Its present equipment -
Last the which the Fall specie Georgia has From the Florida Sentinel Oct.
Monday 'U8 day on up NEW YORK Oct 14.-There b"-n a hear. 2Ot.
'Term oT the Circuit Court, for thi county, should chef circulation of every portion of the country.The .-- to the 1st of October which we subjoin for the information is not less than five million of dollars run on the Seamans' Savings bank t -day. .I A Word In Season

have commenced but failure ensued f account of Banks are unable or unnilling to meet the positive t. of our readers : and its freight and passenger money not less than In Brooklyn three banks suspended to day. We are BO alarmist! We take things about u
necessities commercial and even agricultural hundred thousand dollars month. If I (0011jAI most But things have
one per am persons.
the previous severe of Judge Baker, who j i Y.\'SAI. nltutIO! SPECIE. RICHMOND Y A.. Oct. 15-The Bank of Virgina, got a
iner communities and therefore 1 leave their bill-hold- fix the times are sadly ont of joint, and
J Bank State of Georgia$1,112.583 $" correct in the estimate erf the amount of the freightand something
had not sufficient strength to perform the i in this city, and"the branch at Petersburgh, hav must be done for the relief of the W
people. .
retre j, en in a condition that prevents the transaction of Bank of Connneree--------- 135,914 40.U37 money, (And I think that I am below I ar*
.dutief, and the Court "a necessarily adjourned on passage suspended.The I I completely in the power of Banks over which We
J bubincn beyond the circumscribed limits of iitigh1 [ BankofSavnnnah---------- 386,633 111,177 the mark,) it -will bft readily perceited that by this have control. The Southwestern
no Railroad
the first day tine die. We are enable to state at Marine Bank-------------- 877,5"3 211,447 Farmers and EJthange/ Richmond, and ,: Bank
i 1 brhoo, and even then ntaiUble more on account ; meaus alone every dollar ought to be absorbed 6f Charleston has An Agency here which has be rf .
which point on his circuit Judge Baker will be ableto Mer. & l"lnnter Bank209,379 70,814 the Exchimge Bank at Petersburg! have also sus I
the of his duties. His health I c necessitous demands than eottinucd confidence j Mechanics' Sav. Bank278,936 29,587 within the space of sixty days, ant! that the bill- doing an extensive and prosperous businew. lu
commence discharge
i In their eolvcncy. 'hit singular condition of things :; Planters' Bank------------- 329,807 86,892 holder ';tii5 parts with It nt a discount is making an pended. I bills Bank-at have a large Charleston circulation has in Florida. The Moth

i rapidly improving. if forcibly illustrated in Florida, and With reference : Cent R. R. aid foolish sacrifice of his moneThe with
-. unnecessary Specie from California. ments its bill in the hand of onr peoplZthese
An Appointment to the financial alarm her citizens are most embarrassingly AUGUSTA. Railroad Is now receiving these bills in payment NEW YORK Oct. 16.-The steamer Xortherfc Light 'I tills have depreciated. We underatana thatthey

Cot M. Whit Smith has received the appoint :' situated, x*ith BO prospect of immediate Augusta Ins. A Bk'g Co. . 78,059 :nH8I for freight and {passage, and if am correctly informed is in wi h California She I are selling in Thomasville. at? the dollar
Bank of . . news. brings 1,600,000 I I ,
The medium consists almost : Augusta 31<(V>-10 42,524 for other Bank bills and 50c. for specie. If thi*b.
relief circulating I
of the and en-
ment Disbursing Agent, to pay Forage it dare not rcfu'c to continue to (10 so. It1' to in sixteen hundred tlwu5:1 I
City Bank.. . . 818.R27 101,149' specie ( .c1olbrr) true here is a sad want of confidence.
Subsistence Account for troops in the 8 rite of i i tirely of the bills of Banks situated il the adjoining ,I Jdechftnies' Brink.- 310,564 103,709 this latter suggestion: that I desire to call the attention I' Our merchants we understand,, still continue to

the State under his command for 1856. The Col- States of Georgia and South Carolina, which Banks : Union Bank. .. . . 163.205 41,007 of the bill-holders, and to warn them against Asking Time. I' receive them in payment of debts or for their good,.

has been in this city making al airangemtnta for an in remsefruence of their foreign localities Are inde- Geo. R. R. tt': Ilk'g Co.. . 6 5.-1U( : 50,209 the "thousand and one rumors" which will probably BOSTON, Ma a., Oct. 15.-The extensive dry good I Those who have got them would do well tol ld

early drpartur for those tcctione of the State where 1 pendent of the retraining influences of popular] i MAC03. be started by the unscrupulous shaver enable I firm of Little, Alden J. Co., of thin city and New I i I ak.them.sade on these term This is all they could

his will be for the sentiment and lie penalties of It eislat'nei I Manufacturer1Rank f ( ,. G7,2 21,409 ,
above ,
presence required purpose i corlctir Bank Mid-lie ( him to filch the honest earnings of the laboring York have not suspended, but only a-k an extension But tie?are net received in payment of taxes.-

stated. He left for the East )yesterday mOrin;. i i enactment. Thi, freedom from responsibility very I eorgia-----_44,8C9_ 19,024 I miltr. illustrative of these view, I refer to the in bthalf of several mills for which they are i Nothing but cold and silver or their equivalent

i naturally eip(-ndirsin the mind of the foreign.Bank Total . : will answer for the payment of taxes. Such w*
j . . .51,944,958 $1.3211.42f I Scrip issued by the Tallahassee Railroad Co. which agc-ntJa.
We have omit d yet in domes a feeling of indifference finnrcial truth I understand is the by the Treasurer of
a consequence c efct t j There are other Banks in Georgia which are not has for years jia t served as a convenient.] safe I the State to the Tax Collectors. "No one can blaze
5c afflictions, to observe he ueiial and lee which have been to 'the Augusta Bank dpendeef I
approate might some extent -
'j prevented I included in this list. Among them we mention th: circulating medium to u limited extent aid although I. the Treasurer, it is not to be expected that he will
custom of reviewing the ef the Executive at least the existence of to AvcfSTA, Oct. 17.-All the Banks of
by Augusta
history accountability I
I with his make himself and Bondmen liable
Southern Bunk of Georeia
I nt Bainbridge and fIe I on its face redeemable only in freight has alVin) IS eyes open
Admini&ratii of our State, at its close. It ia j I I supervising poTver. I is not our purpose to intimate | Bank of Columbus. The latter was paying ipecie kept on par with the best Fpccie'p'yiJg banks, and have suspended this morning paying specie. The I by receiving in payment of demands due the

our purpose to conform to precedent with refer \I that unfair denlisg Las been practiced by measure is favornbly] received. State a currency which notoriously below nar.I -
at tho last aeounte-the former has suspended." It i< now, learn, at a premium. I And if he will receive nothing from the Tax Coll.c.

ence to the administration jut firt n an early ; any Bank whose paper j is I constituent part of the | i suj-posid to belong to tl.e wild eat" tribe. To show that I am not in error as to the conn.ctKm S*i upended.New t I ton but gold and silver or their equivalents of
day (rom this time. | circolating f thisFt&fc,but to demonstrate
ntdhn e I course the Tax Collectors will receive from
a nothing
ei\jly between the "So. Western R. R. Bank" and YORK Oct Messrs. Winslow, Lanier
i thmifliat g dependence people 1 ThE Regiment TIonnted Volunteer. I 1.o- the people in payment of their taxes but the same.
The Bank I the "South Carolina Railroad I beg leave to submit t Co., Bankers, suspended to-day for liquidation. toW
What tn< n is done? We Lave heard it
a fugitive circulation in no vice The 'I' suggested
upoa reputed resignation of Cub and the
monetary : Rogers,
We puLl h elsewhere an interesting commui.ic* I I an extract from the editorial columns of the Sterling exchanges had declined 100. that a call of the Legislature is nerfesafy.:
; Li.d upon that fpccie-s of eseential confidence in 1! certain rt-tignation of Col. A. J. T. Wright* I/Seut i Not the excitement and embir-
tion from one of the most intelligent and far-feeing i Charleston Mercury referring to this Bank and only unexampled
; r-unle whidi can ouTy be obtained by the enactiun j Culoix.1 of this will result the jtlatler In New Orleaoll. l
men in the State demonstrating the unlessened responsibility ) Regiment ndvancej : the Bank of the State : I Generally rns'ments growing out of the monetary crisis call
of nTch safeguards as the policy of each State may j ment to the chief command of Major Jrll). L. Dozier. ,110An NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 17.-The run on the New Orleans I I for it, but there is a question still pending between
] of the Banks
SouthWestern Rail Road Bank "These not onr7 dtacmnt ( a!- .
!I for the protection of their 1'or Banks has ceased, and confidence has in a I this State and Georgia with regard to the boundary
suggofl I 'meir
for the entire full redemption of all its .hene tIP largely beyond, liabilities but each of.1' j line between tiem, which is unsettled. It has
Olt"tmJinf '; illustration, we Ofck, what is the present financial I Hoarding Money iti Time of PrcMurc. them has security of peculiar strength. TIle great measure been restored. There have been no : ye
liabilities. We have received aho l a rd. I already cost the State a large um of money, and it
( signed i jndition of the FlyrHa citizen, who, having rposed -- j In times (f great pecuniary pressure, remarks an whole property of the South Carolina I Railroad a- failures. The reported suspension of the banks is I can't be settled without the mutual co operation cf
by the merchant fciid other leading citizens of : exchange, when specie is the most to mountuig to millions of dollars i is pledire-d for the
unlolndc confid nc>in the sustaining necwsry anticipated their early redemption. Affairs are ; the respective Legislatures of both State. The
Quincy, exprefceing unabated confidence in the hI lieve "Jhar'a."m I redemption of the nMca <,* the Railroad Blink and l
i and. supply a circulating medium : Legislature Geonria will soon convene.butwhen
i I aLiltof the 1 auks of rl.rgi"; and Carolina, has I of Sout! unsettled but are generally easier.
the whole State Carolina is
banks Savannah and Georgia and ull] the be liable fer the I the Legislature Florida in Nov. '59 the time
in hoard]
Augusta to it with appointed
taken iu exchm. fur and ,roduceI miferly care Bank the
| e- hiI cotton j I \ debts of the of State. ">securities I
Backl I law assembles the of Georgia -
of South Carolina, and that they will receive Burglar rented. by Legislature
0 1 l r no cirrum-tanee1* will perKiit it to aee the should be coflMdered sufficient bctIme
I their circulating bifis and them for jmyrr < n\o-i\ Al'prp.hcnsive. will not in session. When and -how thea
pr.ent >e
their bills in j.aiucnt of indel.ttdn.s, of : light of day, whiJe the lata* \.hen I p-nd not only give confidence but circulation RICHMOND VA., Oct. 17.-On Monday night last I
Her :(nt c f taxe which: the ffHcer declines to accept pret-aiire they I will(he question be finally adjusted t Will it not
character at their par value. Its I i their it. this to the notes of these Banks." the Richmond Custom Ilousg was entered and over I time for the Governor of
be at
luLliaticl j bt.cause-of the dit-ttuit occiiiioaed i in his mind I1 bv onto g--t jrnitp upon} I'.y mer.iifc: they necrswrry some'
withlut until our next i issue, with the expectationthat i 1! the SUj.eniuu 'jf Fptcie pavmcufa ? Tluse biilj v' deprive the banks of it, and aujmieftt the embar- I A further extract fro-" the same papy; will show I 20.000 in specie carried off. The robbers had to I Florida to convene the Legislature of the State in
the } that these biU taken not the leave < in after them. the tttra session for the of settling this vex'd
lurehfBtl four city will put forth a rim- raiment u }hundred {'J1o.1. ("every dollar hid are only by So. Ca. $-17flnQ) gold To-day police tnrpose
-nl'mg fioma bourcc ire'1onsille to the pub- away I i ? Or will the Governor of call
liar tJpreK'1 of confidence.A j url i withdrawn from circulation increases, R. B., but also by the Georgia R. R., leading from found out two of the robbers) and managed to question Georgia
lie sentiment or legi.latiowe.r of the htate,us'i?'p j j or time <-mj I an extra session in the fall of 1858 for the purpose tIt

Reconciliation.- the pUccs and acco'iirnoJating offices of gold and I j liarrn-mfnf that much,, while it is of no :more use Augusta to Atlanta: I recover a portion of the_gold. i -4-cesfary: we understand that the two bodies
South Carolina Ilailroad.We are authorized to I I should move tC'gether in order to settle the dispute.
In publishing the following communication, from I wlver, but entirely fail, up much worthle's i I state that the South Carolina I Railroad Company Tlie U. S. finance*. These are questions for the consideration of the

the hands of the Hon. IX L Yuloe,we cannot withhold I certain contingency which we are unable] to guard I bra" or rusty nniU. The following remarks I will receiv-, in pllyment fur Freight and Passage WASHINGTON, Oct. 17.-The amount of money I Governor of the State and we throw them out fo:'

an expression <-f our sip ere gratification that I' against to accouli the} : jiurj>O3<'i of a reliable from tIle Albany Evening ,Journal on this subject, | Money, the note of all the Banks of this State, and subject to the drafts of the Treasury and Branches :I what they are worth.

so desirable a result ha beeu accomplished through j I feubftitute. What i is the eon!equenc* ? The Treasurer are very appropriate at this time, and present I also of the Georptfa Railroad Bunk. And al>o that is $12,900,000, The Receipts of the week are less I With regard to the monetary crisis which is be.
I a faithful picture of the acts ail doing! of thou- the Georgia Railroad Company will receive, for t, coming more serious every day and in which the
the of Florida jiotifies the Tax Collectors of hi *?
of Mr. Yulee. The by 00,00
pr praiseworthy interlQition I sands similar payments, the notes Jof the Southwestern people are vitally interested, we suggest that they
J.rie are gentlemen lgh aud unimj' Krliable determination not to reei>ein. payment of State : Railroad Bank of this city.In meet together and express their views on the sub
The Jievr Orleans Banks Sornrtf. I
character dues these depreciated bills of the "Nowi* the lirtcihen gld dollars are hid in As for our own we have no great confidence -
and the ject.
restoration of amicable |pera mal bUfpcnded lank.; old Sow is the time when sixpences conclusion Mr. Editor I desire to cay that I NEW ORLEANS Oct. 17.-The Bank of New Orleans part is that
I in remedies. Onr
relations between them, will b hailed with Tax-Colle, exercising the wnc degree of caution have not now, nor ever had, legWftiive opinion
appro- are tucked afray in snub no vd tea-pots. Xow any personal connection w ill resume specie payments next week.- t lie people will have to rely mainly on themselves

bation throughout the State: applies the Mime precautionary rule] t the money is laid by'in elllLoartI-r Mice to nibble ; with this institution, any interest in the subject Every tJ.1nj has'n! brighter aspect There is some i and one another to carry hem through the catas

VBIB tax-payer, who, with this deprecated paper in his thrust inter corn rs-Mbr thieves to runrniage ; carried matter of this communication other than what in } : trophe. We have heard it suggested however;that
movement excLnngeioughi prices are irregular.
The difference existing betweea Gov. James E. hands is unable] to cancel his obligation to the State in wallet*-for pickpockets to grab at; hid be honestly felt by ell-wisher of the I the Lcsci.flcltire could afford temporary relief; that
may any 17.-Private received
behind the woodwork-f.r the next generation. to ArorsTA, Oct. despatches t in addition the condition of the
Broome and D. S. Walker, originating in the late I I and i thereby mbjected t the imperative and merciless find ; oDJ.ouril.1 in the ground to be' lost and for- community. I trust that the bill holders of all of from New Orleans to-day state that cotton and market, there to are other peculiar subjects which call money loudly

( political canvass, Laving been of a public nature operation of the law, which demands the sale gotten. Now men rush frantic to draw caah out our Southern Banks will hesitate before they consent money are both unsettled. There are no sifopen" for the interposition of the Legislature ; that it is

it i* deemed proper t make public the fact of its of hi* property fur the attainment of his tax. Thisis pfsafc placosand put it into misafe one Now to submit to the operation of the ")-,". The lions fortunate for the crisis that the Legislatures of most

adjustment. no imaginary case, but one that will be painfully, poor families lee five per cent for the privilege of South in nil her departnrentswhether agricultural -- of the States will convene sometime during the
having their" savings where they will keep them awake -
fall winter and that are
or coming they
Being fully] osbured from conversations with each exemplified, should no remedy be provided in the commercial mnilesota Election. present
nights. Now farmers hang up deposits in. or financial never was, at any for- looked to as the only hop for local and temporary
gentleman that they alike regretted the occurrenceof actual condition of two thirds of the citizens of the the shot pouch behind the door; housewives tew ; 'rner period, in a sounder condition than she is at NEW YoRi, Oct 18.-A despatch to the Tribune relict

any cause of personal diugeelnt. and being State. It is the opinion of some of the able t financiers up gold piece* in their skirt, and travellers weigh--j; present ; mimi for her present embarrassment she is newspaper says that Minnesota has undoubtedly

all mtUfied that the diference restd in misconception of the cOntr. that the present crisis will the themselves unprofitable down servant with body who belt hid hU of coin talent Now in a indebted alone to her COHMEXCIAI DETXNDZNCE on gone for he Republicans. WHAT, CRT WHICH 13 THE BIST,

on both sides I derived great satisfaction prove to )be ( duration but on the napkin is canonized info a bright and shining New York. Let her profit by the lesson now be- iowa Elcctfott.DdJCQUE VERMIFUGE. OR 'tM DESTROYER ?

from being instrumental, by explanations made contrary that the effects already produced will HO Scriptural example, while those who juttheir fore her-take advantage of the present circumstances Oct. 18.-Samuel', theDen'.ndrAtid candidate la a question daily their and boorly) asked by parent all.
anxious for the health of children. All who are at
through me as a mutual friend, in restoring to I far impair the interests of manj.anh a to throw} money to rash the exchangers"in are Jewish looked suspiciously -cut loose from a dependence vhich is as im- for Governor has a majority of fifty-fi\;hundred acquainted with the article,trill immediately answer, ,,

proper understanding thee two distinguished citizens up an insuperable harrier against the reproduction upon as speculators Fancy Stocks. matural as it is imporerithinn.. and we shall no Ion countiet TIle Dr. JTZane't Ctl&ratrt rtr-mifuge, Prrpartd by Tltm
i in \ Democrats have
?ow all nffKey is distrusted but such as can be .'s twenty-one Lag. rof.t Pitttbvrghy Pit.It .
both of whom in for public and social of par value for their emissions in the markets o heard to chink. all ger hear of one great transatlantic steam ferry
ability I men prhily put their gained fourteen members in time General Assembly. has Defer been known to fail, and Is one of the sated
usefulness, are deservedly] esteemed in the State. the country We confess to this apprehension our- cash under lock and key, and then put! Kly 1 iment line" but every Southern port will possess ifs remedies that can be used. A friend of ours lately handed

Having learned from Mr. Walker that he considered self, without a suspicion, ho\enr. involving the that it has ceased to circulate.: Now men with full fleets," limited only by the productions of our agricultural Bank: of State of IVissonrl. us the following statement in reference 2zw Toil to this,Sept Vermifuge 25,1852.:
refuse either their debts
Gov. Broome to have designed an attack upon reputation of either of the Charleston or Savannah give pockets their debtors. Now to pay the butcher must or to wait for and mechanical lal>or. If we shall] have ST Louis, Oct 17.-The Bank of the State of Missouri GenCerten young Tidy oTmjr acquaintance had been

hi and Bank that i 5o their ultimate to redeem wisdom has not suspended and hopes are entertainedthat for a long time very much troubled with worm .1 advised
perooual intgrty. having upon enquiry capability and the baker go unpaid and the printer must be the to direct and the firmness to pursue her to'try Dr. M'Lane'i Celebrated Vermifuge prepared by

from Gov. Broome, learned that he had not so intended present outstanding obligations. But even in thc I( put off for the nineteenth time. The era of hoarding the rack so obviously pointed out by commonsense it will be able weather the (otD1. Fleming Bros.,of FittsLurgh Pa. She accordingly purchased
and took vial which nartftir to discharge an unusual
ihcse upon- instances confidence be has come round again, with all its blind unreasonable and Southern all embarrassment = r one
gentlemen, my invitation fa exceptional may npllnc.d. pride at the large quantity worms. She was immediately relieved:
f'-are, and all its pelf-imposed] of From the Charleston Jlercur,,'.
curses this disease and
of ,
all the dreadful nympuun accompanying
Tored me with to make the and too inr South must with the of
rely disposal our
following pass away
authwrhy t imp1ctlj' upon poverty, idleness, distrunt and decay. The Policy of the Bank of the Soon rapidly recovered her unnal health. The young lady doe
mutual explanation between them. from suppoable and rot occular premisses, indicatesan present crops of Cotton Rice, Sugar and Tobacco. not wish, her name mentioned: her residence, however is
It is a question of vast moment to the'Southcrn ff.'O FHh street, and she refers to Mrs HarSle, 2To. a. Maahattan -
Gov. Broome assured me that he never supposed amount hazard to private and public interests The Hog Crop In Kentucky. If however, like the timid child fearful to take its States, what Bourse their Banks ought to pursue in _place.

for a moment that there &any violation of integrity that should excite a vigilant eutiol which never There is a prospect fur a decline in bacon. The first step, we hold on to the apron-string of the old the present commercial and financial difficulties in Lp Purchasers will be careful to ask IorDLM'L.&NXS

or good: faith on the part of Mr. Walker in tbefale fails to arise in the minds of eVeu confiding bill-hold "Jiet" or hog-j in Kentucky the present year has nurse, (New York) we must bide her tardy step the United States. CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE manufactured'FLXJIWOBEOS

of.State hinds made by him as Register to Cot ers. I not thift last view of the matter snggestivc been completed, and .show a large increase as follows only to be again the victim of her periodical derangewent. Boston We believe will suspend that' the Banks in New in York short and are,Pittsburgh worthless. Dr.,Pa.MlAno's All other genuine Yannifngea Ytrmlrog in comparison also--
Houitoun 1853, and that he had not !charged of jx'ino legislative action 1Jotl for the relief of the : Total reports for 1857 1,427,586 ; name for PLANTER. time. But if this is not specie done payments it will be by sacrificing celebrated Liver Pills,can now bebid at aH'reapectobl*

in anything that he Las said or written.Mr. citiz n and the security of the tate t We think se,. 1856 1,109,185 ; being an increase of reports fur Quincy October 22, 1857. the great bulk of the manufacturing and mercantile drug stores. Xont genuine without tfo tiynaturt V

Walker in like manner assured me that what I require \great exercise of the mind to compass 1R57 of 31 ,.104 bog = r interests in that part of the country. Already [83] FLEMING BRG8.OUITUARY. .

\r'he hAd at any time said or written in the least the serious, and we might say the appalling _0 KEY WEST Oct. 9, 1857. we hear of an extensive stoppage of trade- ,

offensive to Gn,. Broome was saiu or written difficulties that must affect the citizen in tile futile The Richmond (Va.) Dispatch says Here the tobacco DEAR Six-Since my last we have had but one manufacturers suspending operations-and mercantile FAJOTIZ DEVERE
Jg 1S5T -
this the JCth, ,
Died In October
houses still weathv failing to redeem their obligation I plate
a misapprehension of fact*. effort to pay taxes and sty executions with a manufacturing operations have been greatly fatal case of fever one of your fellow-citizens John !. The capital invested in Banks is absolutely I daughter of J. Louis and Mary Louise Demilly,aged

And thereupon there was a mutual, cordial, and currency,/, however !slightly that currency may be curtailed, und the trade in depressed with a heavy H. Partridge, which occurred on the 26th ult. He, insignificant, compared to that which is be I 8 year Thus faded from our sight,with the)last flowers ot

.imultDO" withdrawal, o the part of each gen under the ban of popular ditrl&t The inquiry, decline in prices. Tobacco acceptances arc rctuiniug like tIle other fatal cases, had been here but a few ing sacrificed by their effort to continue pacing Summer, our little friend FAWI. We now gaze with saddened -

and tobacco here n'onthsbut hove the If succeed in their creditas heart, and t.-arfnl eyes,upon the place ah*,n e4 to-
d whatever had bfen said or written, on what the Legislature can do, no pretgnU iUelC- agents arc soliciting an extension long enough to engaged con- specie. they maintaining
lean Banks will stand amidst the frequent Row much we miss her merry laugh, ad aftxtlnnate -
specie-paying they
of time from the banks. The suspension of fidence and friendship of of our citizens. He
either side, nt any lime of an offensive nature. We arc not prepared tomak n satisfactory reipoiMe. many ruins they have created with their customers destroyed caresses, we only can know who were with her raosL

7t may be proper t any, in addition that my intervention I i to call the attention e-f the people to this mat- Northern tobacco houses has been almost universal. was first complaining on Sunday night the 20th the whole machinery of commerce broken But we sorrow not as thosa who have no hop*. There area

was purely voluntary and alike unexpected ter that we writs, and to urge upon them the ne- Further South embarrassments are growing eut of September and died as above on the 26th. Duringhis up and the very means of money-making they gloomy reflections on the death tone so young: for we

by either gentleman. c fiity of an immediate exercise of the sound discretion the financial dinruptioa at the North in the stagnation sickness he enquired of his medical attendant, seek to secure useless fn their hands. Suppose, know that they exchange the Bufferings and uncertainties of
however that this shall be successful this life, fur UW companionship seraphlo spirit around th*
of'usineas. poKcy oughtthe
Dr. Maxwell his chances for and when
and of the recovery
r. L YULEE.Tallahassee. discriminating judgment public
Southern Banks to pursue it? We are aware throne of God in Ileaveti.
] Oct. 22, 18L7. wind. The prompt subje-ction of apparent future Mr*. C'nunfnguara. told it was improbable, lIe desired some religious of the many difficulties w fife ft! surround the question We gaied upon tBy pallid cheek

difficulties to the ordeal of popular scrutiny and in- The Savannah Georgian rays that this female consolation which was most feelingly administered but after looking carefully a t these difficulties, We heard thy gasping breath;

The Crops !. the Eat. vehtigatSon, never fail* to do good i there any celebrity of New York having failed to become by our worthy citizen Judge Marvin, and he then we venture to express the opinion that the Southern We knew that thou veil itrcggllng t In f
We learn from ] Jno. Banks ought not. to this but ought to The Icy arms of death.
C. Pelot who now in of expressed himself happy and willing to dfe and pursue policy
CoJ I truth in the philosophy The extended
history. the widow of Dr. urJcIJ ana the mother of a little
this that suspend specie payments. We assign some of our We could not help thee-no twa norIn
city, cotton have been (
gieatly bade all around him affectionate
tb erops given in another column in an farewell assuring -
telegraphic despatches baby, has concluded to emigrate South. reasons for this opinion: reach of human ,
curtailed in the eastern eCutk o thi State, by to-day's paper will inform the reader how severe them he had every assurance of a happy elate 1. We take it for granted that the Southern I To loose the fearful tyrant's grisp,

the recent pro<*act d drouth. the financial pressure continues t be and how important I tY A friend informs us of the fbllowiag occurrence hereafter in the presence'of his Savior. He was as Banks are generally sound. They rest on the responsibility t In that last trying hour.

it is to con !Jr it and anticipate in someway which is reported to have taken place recently calm and resigned as any person ever was and apparently of the planters. The planters of the We know that Jesus went with the
Colonel St. George freer of debt
South as a people were never They
RCe. at AlApulgus' Ga. A gentleman who had AS happy. When asked if he had Acrosa the tide
the terrible disasters that must result from any Icy ;
but the best
A report Las here that It may be slow in payment they are pay
has resigned his rehe military command the over gentleman the new indefinite continuation. Pennsylvania has had a received a considerable sum of money was compelled word, to leave to lira mother, he said tell her: "I ing class capitalists in the United States. Some We know that angels waited the*

call session of the Legislature which has legalized to go from home, leaving his wife alone in have always been a dutiful son and that I die happy of our Banks, who have dealt largely in exchanges Upon the other aide.

regiment of Jnd volunteers. I correct we the Banks the house-BitnttteJ some distance (rum any other assured of a happy state,hereafter." Blessed 'con- 011 the North, might gain more paper than goldin We know that thou art BOW tn heaves,
suppose it has been occasioned by the sad bereavement the suspension o specie payment by until -' their operations but the great bulk of their debts.directly la that bright clime above,
dwelling. Towards evening two riegrod entered "tiotl this to hia afflicted 1110tia f.
sustained ia the recent death ef amiable the first of.prl next; and enacted that the or indirectly rest on the responsibility Amid that pure and blissful throng
and accomplished rf. h Treasurer of the State shall receive the bills of the the house, and demanded ft the lady the money, f : C.;W. Dural lisa entirely recovered. The the planters. Where there ia nan jht but lore.

.'. o i- suspended: Basks at their market value. Might or they would take her life. Being a woman of weather has become cool, and although very equal 2. Of course for the planters to redeem their indebtedness W. T.

The Cb'arlerton it tlie uysYesterday not this last remedy be adopted In our State, or the great coolness, site-saw at once that it would be ly and boibterous, ft I* favorable for tho destruction basis, and their ultimately must restore sell.the The Banks to a -
J6t. specie produce
morning th Jet. and collection of for short useless for her to attempt to evade the demand so of yellow (.ner. eonsumers Nathaniel Eamlin
Mechanic Bank, taxes postponed a period opda of their productions aye not at the N ortb.- ,

and the Farmers and E&chxng?Bank, having paid.nt'nearly : the assumption that the tountr' most soon she produced the money, and gave it to_them.- We have had fn all four deaths from this disease, They arc In Europe. At this moment there Is no COMMISSION MERCHANT;

all their specie, announced emerge(rem difficulties t If the taxes are not The negros then remarked, that IrS roppcr was (besides ne doubtful,) these arc the two Mr*. Max- embarrassment amongst the chief! c'ensnrar r* of the

Thi effect el thi! w'afavorable t.i:t Ilp.aon ,collected the,1 progres* ef t.hew2s of government 'nearly ready, tbey would stay and eat with her.- wells. Elliott Maxwell and J. H. Partridge. The productions the, at advance: ,Cotton 'by the last and advices No. 28 Pojdrw St., New Orleans.
was steady -
and considerable transactions plcinlhepur: must cea*', as a Deer"cossequence. To enforce She told them to be seated until site got it rcady o other cose may have teen yellow fever, if so, no Havre, instead of going down. If these Liverpool chief customers Hater* to Go,.James TL Broom*. TaQabastce
The woman had a vial of l strychnine fn her cup-. medical aid :was sailed until within few hours of ** -1Gen.
chase cotion'anejtli* negotiation'of i collection of the taxes now, under the JmpracUcftbl a and consumers Southern productions are George K. Walker E q..
change o arid 'tv: iorclg4: but unendurable rule adopted by the officersot board. Supper behrg ready, tire woman in sweetening the death of the patient Yours, &0. left unembarrassed, cotto irfl sell at its fair value. "Win. Bai y. Jffroo eounty, ,
fdanee kr dl their coffee managed to put a dote of the OvT. 12'Nothiag new, weather continues cool 3. But it cannot sell at its ratJ value if we break T.'J.1Jt E.q.. '4.. -* >%
with*a taprpred feeling an epttardtendency. :-e.State, would create a s amount of u poison in each/of tEe: negius.eup8 They >drank, and and up the usual coarse ef commerce, and instead oft' .J. G Putnam. :Eq.. Madiaop "

This I the.ffa. <'j* ofef. ep an approaeh o t unanimity re .ion and wcriflce'Dyole n'd hence ourmnrhirinnlmfttm and i in a few'momentwere dead. ,The neighbor pleasant is.perfectly- !. .healthy. SPzTLADLruIA .king the manufactured production of Burr*.At* Daniel BelUE' ., Hamilton -- i!

m'aW' cM 1s..inpW. ffs some. remedial pow-' : were called I JD," and tbo/negro: discovered towhlti'th' : Oc 15...;The -ab in this city &and specie for our cotton. If t&.SoiitianiBani* Luluitus > '**
.e .1 nln disguise-.-near" neighbors' and friends "penist In paying specif,'they onuft get. it from Eu J. J_ Snehhmug, E.qoct.
of II for the
is people
c 1 1; < (I necmaftry. t Ildiat' : had > evince a dlgpoiillon to-reject tnVprpviiJonj: cl th. Q
W. .other husband, who' known {(!liU re eivktg rope. They niMst first Drat, by"t vigorous demand ; .
d.DJ., l thartc&Tytbal V-. I t4Py1pfldfb.l$ net,"Wawll& .iie#, .bill asdhithe'. ,extra tettloa 'of-'hi.1.i\.tattU'8.! l of-pdyrereti due to them, tpreii diitjeik s ai raia U, IZ'Y.
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the wibtcriW, TWO NOTES one on D. It IOl'WOR EXTRA'CT >%
y viilue of an order of the Court of Equity for
FP.OM for forty dol1ara..JlAuble no the first of Till B WEBER & DASNHEB, Ne '.
the Middle Circuit of Florida the subscribed
November next tl e (lthU on David Robtrlson, of FALL AND trill offer for sale by auction at New Port, on Tues TAILORS This fetailithnriit Now rndcr Fell Blast.! ,
for dollars fifty oe.t<.due WINTERTRADE.
Leon county twenty-two day the 16tb dRY of'December next the tracts of I OnraUning all the met cs1.TfrtDf' of B rdodi.Y Uow
of.Jannsr 1866. AU for- ..
first persons are AND DIALERS IX -- ---- and
colbe Land described b'ow, lying in Wakulla county, Dock. aa bou. pure Boodcra nmprilw.

bidden trading for the* said notee. JOHN N A YIN South of Tallahsftee. : READ Y-IJIADE CLOTHING the death ilr.Pond, Mr. Ou. S. KJQ ; Wild Cherry Bark,i. tie most potent Blood ,Ponficrm

I In SINCE ukln charge c; all communication*, therefor } ; the.known wnri For |b, cure of Scrofula.*. Rbeumulinn -
2 East.
1 .
Oct. !4. 857. 43-2t Township Sout.h'-Rcmge ANP
Moptieello. .
afl Cnicnio Disease*, it
pirn. and
relative, Ac should be addrowed Gout Dropir.
The N W +, SWIaodSEIofSecl5; the N GENTLEMEN? FURNISHING GOODS. All work .under the head of this business has uo equal.- .

Notice. I 'T'HE: undcTKiCTed.. is now receiving his Stock of W 4ofS W J of See 16 ; theS t ofS W i, E:* '". : win be promptly coming, mechanically and neatly executed _
weeks after dnte I shall' : apply to the H.n I FALL AND WINTER GOODS N E J. W i of S E i and N E 4 of S E i ofSeothe .; JfpHl:! SUBSCRIBERS are now.orning.t at moderate a charge price of!abor. 4e, will A JfcfeifM to 6f mdWefo tift to rxufenJjr M lOinng -

FOUR e of Pri'bate'. (.Jefirrwn county: for an ..Hch'wRnb neither m Quantity, Quality or Style.. S W i. W i ofS E i. W i ofN E 4 and N.Sri': the Store next to Messrs. G. 11 justify.This.. A to tAt Airmaa }.am l. _

or. d cr and decree for the .tIef the foll.iwing dejbedlando. j I Epibracin' for the Ladies of N E 4 of See 18 : the W | of IT W i W 401. S.E niss, a well selected Stock of Fall and Wilitet Establishment is not kept up for the purpose Great Internal & ExternalDR.

bflt igint tn ll>e f"ftlltt" of Frlina's Silk Robes 4. and N E J of S E 4 "f Sec 19; the NW-i, .n il ,,roods, suitable for of making money, (strange to aay.) dear bought .
ftMf art deceased, to'*it: The N W J ,.f tbe S D'1 r n Quille, Side. Stripe. Delain Robes, ofNEItheSEiE4ofSW.1audNW| of :S : GENTLEMEN WEAk, experience has depiortstrjted to me. it.8 cannot be doe .: 741 Y, S

1,tuJ thc S W i of the N W J. and the N J of the I I! Flounced, Challie W 4 of Sec 20 ; all of Sections 23, 2C, 27 ; the W $! soniieting in of French and Cloths Ca in this region At this branch. of business-bat for the I DR. JOHN BULL'S "!to or pus
allofS ection 12. Toxrusllip 2 of Range 6. deBaJadlereStripe, pU9l] Barege of Nt" 4, E i of S h i, S W J of SEt. and S E i r part English <- hare Engines wit'
V W | i Cnuille Rthn imeres and vesting of the latest_style and best quality !- benefit of the nnfortun&te, who huppen to i I. warranted to core tile following diieftMs to :-
V E. containing 1 CO am" mill e or lew. To be ('fS'T1fSee24 the N .F. j-. ft i ofS E 4, aud
snd Weak Stomach.
I China which I and such like, to repair.The Bowel Complaint -
O-blera. Dysentary
make order in
Striped Glaoe. they are to to
tbe payment of the debts of eaid estate. : Printed Merino Robe. W | of S W 4 of Sec 25 ; the N E i and S E J of prepared up I
,nld f for ELSIE STEWART, Adu'x. Satin. Plaid Poult de Loire, Delain sec 29; the S W i. and the S W 4 of N W 4 of sec I a workman like and fashionable manner, and on REA- Patttrnt, Stock, Machinery.. Toolt, d't., ItinyLarye I Genen Debility, Liver Coroplamt Dyspepsia.
All Wool Deln% lOSABLE TEUM& Also, agood assortment ofREADYMA in Order, and Chill and Fever. Rheumatism in it* wont fOnD.'"
? 0the sec'31 W Jo CoUiMr r
Oct.2 4, iS5". 4-4w I ; SJ of ;the N 4.S Wi,N E i and W Voi ARhma Pthiw, Brnlw. dore, Want of
be Burns. ,
: MANTLESor 1 of S E } of sec 32 ; all of 33 and 35;the N W }, N DE CLOTHING; Ncatntn rtn LHtpatch.Shafiirg Ol. tt I vere Action ftt the Kidmy. Pile*. fcinrorm. Painter*

NoticeIS ETERT MATERIAL AXD 5TYLP.Embroideries '_ EiandSE1ofseci4lbeSW1theE J of S consisting of Fine, Black and Colpred Cloth Frock ao Cbolic Beta and Toothache. Cough, OvId,Cancer

f hereby given that the sulwcriber Widow of I I I E.SW1o1SEiNE1ofNW1audNW4ofN Coats, FanSy Cassimere, BusfDeM Coats,' Black nnd Pulliex, Plumber" Bxt Hang for Tumor. Swellings, Cat Scajdv Scrofula or rffio '*
I El of see 86. Colored Ragla'nV l and Over Btitk.lnd Shaftings. Sptjf I, Gearing, .
. Francis Stewart, late of J ffereon county de. Fancy Evil, Scarlet Fever, and all :Pain* .and '
i censed will. fix i weeks a'tl'r date hereof apply to the) I i OF KVI.ET: KISD.Valcnccne In Township 3, South, Range 1, East. Doeskin and Cassimere Pants. Figured Grenadine Stop Cocks Gauge Circular Cocks And, Grate ,Saw Plow Castings.and whatever form they may appdr. Tow medicine bill

Hon.Judge of Probate for Jefferson county by j>eti- j i. Maltese and Honiton Laces. All but the S W i of S W 4 of sec 1 ; all of sec 2 ; arid Frtrfey Silk and Cassimere VcsU. acgat Roler Circular Up'/bt. Mi, tcAc been before the public! 'bofztthre years, |wd bas relieved -

tion. for dover;in the estate of her derensed husband, :I BONNETS, BELTS AND TftDfMINO! RIBBONS. the N W i.S E 4 aud i of S W J of*ec 3 ; N W -AL&6-- .&e., Generally kept on Hand, or got up on Short more iuffertag In that time than all other simUlar

i t..ccinr to law. ELSIE STEWART, |i i't The uudei signed would also call the attention of the 1SWI.N E 4.ahdWofSEiofaec4; the E A goo3 assortment of Blact and tandy silS crnrats Notice. In'Fact, Here ir the Place fur all that Want pwparatfai onmbfocd. For liar at D. Jon
1\ill Admt'x. of Francis B. Stewart I Louisville and New
and dec'd. Public generally, to his large and complete Stock of 4OfNWE4.OfSW1.W4Of.NE1 and N J and ties, shirts merino, sllk.and cotton under shirts, Work in this Line Done up Right and with Dispatch. BCT.L' SarsapaHlla Depot, fn

Qct.S4.m7. 43_ I Gents and Youths Fall and Winter Clothing, ofSE4ofsec5 ; W $ of S E J, and S E 4ofSEiof collars, socks, gloves, :. Having some halt a dozen Engines myself constantly YorJr. SS .

------: Notice. Gents and Youths Fall and Winter sec 8 ; E J of sec 10; all ofsec 11, 18, Hand 15 ;' The subscribers rifely beginners and not entirely running, caused the Establishment t b erected-- i i. John Bull'sCo'mponndRectorial

I HATS. CAPS. all but N WIofN W 4- of sec 12 ; the N E i, S E unknown to the community; and they pledge the lame cause must keep it up. you can ,

i LL pcrsMis having clnims egaintt the estate of BOOTS,AND SHOES.PLANTATION i, and W i of N W 4 of sec 16; the N | of N E 4 themselves to give satisfaction to all who may favor always rely on baring work done Terefor and)all of disease Wild Coerfy.'acertain of tbe Throat enre sad
Cold *
V E A. Shuier: deceased late of Lec.n county, are I andNjofNWIofsec2l; theWofN1V4.W them frith thHr patronage. IRON WORKS. I for Coughs, *

Dorfi(. to prett-nt them to tle n-lminisirator, JJTI'p GOODS, 4ofSW i, NEIoINW4.E4ofNEI, and N J. WEBER lr.KULL. Lungs.hold VELTTalTahsse.,. .
crlv sutlenticatwl.: within the time pi escribed livliw. Kerseys of every kind, Bagging and Rope E4ofS E4ofsec22 ; all of sec 23 ; the N W i, L I by AMES[ t LI % S
.or tht'! will be bineJ ; anJ those indebted tire Soluria Stripes. Blankets i S W 4. W i of N E i and W i of S E J of sec 24; But Here Comes the .tx Important Thing. Principal Offices-LontiTille} and New

rcquwted to make payment Imm dlatety. : Marlboroug St.ipes and Ruesets nnd black Shoe I The S W i, S E i, and W | ofNEIof27; the W Sept. 2C, 1857. S9-tf PAY PAY PAY June 27, '57. 26 ,

"J. B.JEFFCOAT, Adat'r.Oct4. Plaids, Linst'\s snd KPB'V. Jeans ; 4ofNE4audSE1ofNW1of28.

1E57. 4::-8w I Heavy Cotton Osnaburghs, Virgmii all Wool Liuseys, i In Township 2, South, Range 1, West. To the ladies of Tallahassee. You will send to New York, Philadelphia adBal-I United States Hail Line

J i 4.4 brown and bleach- Wool Hats, timore, and have work done without for i I .. ._- -----S --- ,
-WHO--'w WANTS'MONEYT i ed dtnne tira. Steel. Iron nn l Kftil., All of sw '7..8. a. in. 11 : s 4 *l "<> ii all of ilrtfzimtijg i/r ncCtib, luc iici c.t Uvufe, wiicie inere are --TJi g- 1

j I Brown and bleached Shee- Complete assortment of seealaandl4theNWi.SW4andW4ofSE4ofsecl5 E. DAVIS, through the kindness of whole D Banks or Banking facilities, or surplus capital,you NEW ORLEANS TO KET WEST

sooooLY I I tings, Hardware.CARPETING ; all oi sec 16 ; SE J, N E i nnd N W 4 MRS. and fashionable establishments in Charleston want I, 2, 3, 4 nnd 6 yea credit and then require : DISTER.lIEDJA . ,
) B' OBTAINED IIV KISKIMJ: 10 DOLLARS, of PCC 17; all of sec 18 nnd 19 ; the W i of S W 4 and Mrs. M. A. Howland of Macon, baa been enabled oue to ride from 50 to 500.miles for pay, and proba- FRORIDA PORTS-S
iul I' and E J of S E 4 <>f sec 20 ; the W i of S W J of sec replace the well selected stock of Bonnets, bly ultimately expend from 10 to 25 per cent of I 1'E ,
Halvi'" : Quarter Tickets '
I Biussels, Three Ply and Ingrain Carpets, I' 21 ; the S \VS E4andNEiofsec 22: the K Ribbons, Lc, &c., which she lost on boar of the amount in collecting I Is this right Is this encouraging I d'JX5ECTt> WITS TUB '
I:, PROPORTION. I Parlor Rugs and door) Matts. W 4 and N E i of sec 23; the N W 4. and N | ofSS'4ofsec24WofSWntidWofNWkof Steamship Southerner in the awful gale encountered Home Industry I If3o, can you"_ be surprisedthat STEAMER ISABEL '

All of the above mentioned articles, will be sold 1 \ upon a recent voyage from New York to it does riot tArrangements I
JASPER JUST ACADEMY LOrrRR1: ton: > as good terms as can be taught of.any House I Fee 25; the N W 4. N E J and S E 4 c'fsec 26 ; the Savann.1). Her stock of fancy goods will be |received must be made (or payment before FOR KATA.HA *x& CIU&Unoi IT rrr WI T.

BT ArrBORm of the STATE or GECECIA, iu the City.W S E J and S W J of IWC 28 ; the N W 4. S Wi. and and opened for inspection by Friday next, delivery of work, through some House in this pfrce, I ...S..

Havana Plan. Single' Numln-is. : D. C. WILSON E i of N E 4 of sec 29 ; the N W J S W 4 nnd NJj when she will with pleasure wait. ipon her customers. I' St. Marks or Tallahassee-that is far enough from [ tHE# SOuThERNSteamship

I I Oct. l", 1S67. 42 4 of sec :30 ; all of sec 31 ; the S L j. and W ,of September 26, 18:7. 89 home. I j

SO.OOO TICKETS-3.2SC PRIZE I I E4ofecc3theSWiNIofSE1, E J of N -- --- ---- .--. You may be good, but we cannot run after our I' Company

Amounting to $215,260. 78,000 Havana Segars I WW4ofNE1andSE1ofNE4of see 34 ; NEW GOODS.OUR hard earnings in this Department. Besides, whenLa& "
theE4ofNE4thcE4ofSEIandtheN W i is credited out, parties try bard to make themselves OF NEW aaBSil ORLEASi.

Prizes Pivjihl> Without Dftiuction.ANDERSOi O F the following favorite brands, now in Store of N E i of sec 35. STOCK of Merchandize bj the R. II Gam believe it is not half done, because they owe HATING taken the mail contract for aboveports.

& SON Man.ger, and fir sale by AMES & LIVELY. i In Township 3, South, Range 1, West. is now in store ready to be disposed oC- for i ii. I two first class Sea Steamers regujarlj

Successors to J. F. WISTKR 4000 Young America, The assortment is general and unnecessary of specification DANIEL LADD. twice a month, meeting in the Spanish Hole on the
, Manager. I The N W i. S W and W of N E 4 of 3 I
: i. } sec ;
SOOO Ho and the neniu
Napier, New Pot Jtly 11, 1857. 28 15th and 29th, lenviog same :
! Littfiies diaw in Macon, Ga. Small Schemes i 6UOO El Muudae Neva LonJres, : theEIofN E1E i of S EIWAofNW J and I Dry Goods. Groceries, Crockery, Hardware, THE STEAMER SPRA
Our ( ) ,
: I 4ofS i of sec 4 ; tbe N W"J and N E 4 of
every S" 'JTlI'y! ,and iu Savannah,Ga.LargeSchcmes( ) SOOO 5000 Empress La Isletas Eugenia, see 6; all of sec 9 ; the N E 4 and the W J of N W ... Notions Shoes, Clothing Hats, tc.,Boots tc. i'II i Taylor's Cotton Gins. I II will leave New Port i in the morning. and St. Storks
of tnunth. A
bcut the 15th every m'faec the arrival of the Cars from Tallahasse
: 40 Figaro, Our prices are moderate, and a reduction made to TT7"E have band Gins of 40, 45 and 50 Saws, and ,
; S W i and N i of SEt of sec 11 ; Fraction of section on taking mail, passengers, baggage freight to ana
2000 Mon Murns
ttASS cc j! 10000 LaFnvourita, 13 ; Fractional sections 15 and 16. Cd.\!. purchasers. All are invited to call and examine I f T and can deliver them either here or at New from the Steamer; ,and returning season for the afternoon .
them. T. HAYWARD & SON. port, at *2.50 Saw, payable Jet January next.
per .
DRAWS Nov. JJTII 1857 I tnun. .
AT OOO AndrBdt-s Rivas, III I fart field and Hopkins' Surveys.
19 1837. 38-St
Sept. nssnred that this
i I I ALSOBrown's The travelluig public can now rest
ARMORY HALL SAVANNAH, fJs, i 10000 La Fonlica, t j Lots 1. 14, W i of sec 15; all of 26, 29, 43, 43, long desired and frequently attempted cnmmunidi-
Machines, made at
El 1 Washing ,
. Under the Sicoin Sitjitrinttndencc J I i I 12000 Regalia Londres.j II 50.TERMS 63. 70. 79 One-third, 63. 84, 92.of 93. i $150 Reward. 'I Georgia. HOPKINS t MEGINNISS, Agents tion to and from the above ports is in web hands a

t W. It. Symous aud J. M. Ptcntin, Eqs. the purchase money to be S2 to warrant permanency and anceess. -
Eltcciou. August [Sentcopy. S
j 2000 AX AWAY from the Subscriber Leon County ?
paid at the time of sale, the remainder! in equal instal I R Passengers havjug slave servant must see to
I ICAPlT..ILS Oct. 17, 1857. 42Southwesteth the 27th ult. throe to wit-: .
i on men :
Cf "O.OOO, 2L( (OC. $10,000, p5,. i| -2_ I ments of one and two years with interest from date LEWIS aged 40, hair a little grey negro, six feet or upwards clearing them at he Custom House, before going oa

'.. fiOW i. ?-2?0, 3 Prizes ->1flOOO.5 I of ?500. 100i I }' in height, high cheek bones, low forehead, FOR SALE. board.
fHI 1W. 10' of ?50. 3000) .f.*SO aud 75. Approxi- i RailRoad JOHN BEARD. Receiver &e. in NICHOLAS 40 f5ff:: Also look after your Baggage yourself.
clumsy gait. nged or upwards
I of the Apalachicoln Land Company. 'c_ 10 OR 1200 111 For further uJ:1 TII, Apply to
!Eitit n jiriz "ninountinp ?3.7GOJl7ie. Ba.n.k. Tallahassee Oct. 3, 1857. 40 5 feet 10 or 11 inches high. TOM, aged about 30 parti
.'< Tickets $]i i>. Ilalt'cf ?5, Quarters $2,50. I' low in statcfe, features long, light built. Tom and DANIEL LADD. Agent;
_____ .d ___ I p! 'rpUE SUBSCRIBERS continue to take bills of the *.* The Florida Sentinel and Wakulla Times, will Lewis are not as black as Nicholas. BUSHELS! of CORN and 4 or 5000 New Port Fla., July 11, 1857. 28' 4

Lok to your interet r.nd compare this Scheme with BANK in payment of Goods of every please copy the above. Tbev.will either lurk in the vicinity i of Tallahassee pounds of BACON, on
other. I kind. BUTLER fc DENH AM.I I I Miccasukie. Refer to
endeavor raake FULTON
any or to their to Manatee River or FOUNDRY
I I way Msssfs. G.& J. MEG INNISS. .
I t Oct.17. 1857. 42 For.Sale, South Florida, where tHy formerly lived.I '
flan\ Note of s'und Banks taken at par. i 600 Barrels of Fresh Iicmt Lime.j 'viii give ety.fie dollars each tot fiaid Ne- I July 4, 57. 27 Tallahassee, P1.a;
Checks on New York remitted for prizes. At Private Sale. I UNDERSIGNED l leave to inform the
rI"UI3 LIME i is and will gros if taken in the. counties of Leon .or Jefferson- I THE beg
i puperior quality. comi / I
Address orders for tickets or Certificates of Package I': JL with TLomaston Lime with thiity dollars each ;If taken in Madison, and fifty dollars Grass Seed. that they have associated themselves i ia
LIKELY Mules. favorably or
of Tick te to : ( Young i pare business under the add of ;
i I each if taken beyond the and. delivered I name style
U -ALSO- any other for plastering or for any other purpose for DERSONS wishing'Good Seed can be supplied
ANDERSON Macon SON or Savannah Managers., Ga. i A fine 4 Mule Wagon with hnrnepss complete. i i I which Lime !is used. We challenge comparison. Aft to me or secured in jail so that GEO.I get T. WARD.them.. I JL with any quantity they may desire, by applying Cardy, Baya A Co.,

Oct. 24. is:;. U'l'E I R H. BERRY Auc. Ac.i ply to JOHN M. RAYSOR. Jefferson co, TaUahassee, Oct. 3, 1857. 402f" I to the subscriber, .at $3 per peck o* f Itf per bushel.I for the purpose of following the trade Founders and!
: 1 2 miles S. E. of Monticello. will deliver them A Tallahassee or Newport and
Oct. 10. 1857. 41Plantation ; I Machinists,and are prepared to execute aU kind of
i .,.,, ,., .. _. t Tbe entinel, Madison Messenger and Tarapa
i ..,
[ -- ;, Oct a, 1S57. 40-tf give any rua'tinotions tiey may vich in regard to I
the work this business.
unJerfij ieil, will take outbw;stem R. ., Peninsular,.please copy four weeks and send bill to I appertaining to Steam Engines
li. Money, for G ionn* at Par. I NOTICE-Land Sale. Quincy, Sept. 12 1857. 37-6w Sugar Mills and Castings of all kinds trade with.

Oct. 1'. 1857. 42 !: 200" Negro Blankets. i G cou ty. in Chancery I will offer at private nle Fall and Winter styles of new and beau also sole agents for Hoard A SODS Steam Engines
5 Bales Gunny Bagging, I j to the highest bidder before the Court House in Tal-! LATEST Stripe and Bajadere Robes of Silk, I 20 BALES good Northern Hay, per BarE H. .I for Ginning Cwttoo. Grinding and g'awiOJJ. and Harrison's
,I 20 Coil hale: Ilope. I. IshasM, on the first Monda} in November next, that I and DeLaine Embroideries Rutgers. *
The Original Extra I Poplins Trmmings: Laces Grist Mills for t?2Q o horse p'owef.J03EPH ,
.QualityCORN 100 Pounds Baling Twin,, !j fine Plantation belonging to the estate of Lewis M. I tc..,just received byHODGKISS I 20 Bbls. fresh Irish Potatoes, J6sl received per CARDY.

STARCH. I 40 Pieces Negro Kefeevs and Linsejs, i I Sanders, deceased., lying near Lake Miccosukif, in SCCTf & POOLE. j Schr. Wild Pigeon.. WILLIAM BAY,
I| 4 Dote WooAlatr. : Leon county. nn,1,l containing 840 acres. The I'lanta- 19 1857. 38PLANTATION MoNAUGHT, ORMOND d Co.
"pREPAHF.D: eipresely l for Puddings Ice Cream, !i 1 Bbl. r>f Cheap Negro Tobacco. : tion i is one of the best in Leon county. TEUMS or I Newport s'ept.12. 1857. 37 SO S
Cakes, Bance May 22-ly
Mange, Custard Pies. Porrigea, j For sale at tbs lowest prices by SALE-One-tLird Cash balance in one and two yearn FOR SALE. '
&e. Rjccivcd fresb bv MEDICAL
AMES i LIVELY r. (;. & .l MEGINNISS.Oct. interest ffom! date of eale payable annually and Secured NOTICE. I'
Oct. 1.1E57.. 42. ; 10, 1857. 41-Ct by mortgage on the Land !i TIlE subscriber offers for sale a desirable and \11.1I NEW BOOKS
: Plantation, situated one mile from Monti R. GORMAN. J.L. PALMEH. I
Butler Denham '! Master in I cello, Fla., consisting of 1000 acres of land ; 4do( of JUST RECEIVED ,
Special Chancery.
,\ RE now;!; th-ir FALL and WINTER Notice to Contractors. 1 Oct. :t, 1857 4-( w I which are in cultivation and under good fence branches, the Drs. GORMAN & PALMER, I iNIt BOOKS NOVELS-
balance well wooded, and watered by spring ,
STYLES *Liclj varied )t DORE Stroller in .
and l A
con'pris- cnuiplete Europe
acsociateil themselves ; ; tEL
I house i together the
the dwelling ,
improvements are good, a good
fcxxHtueut in department. In thc S'lk and j Tallahassee. October 3, 1857. J From New York I XI GRINGO Travels in Mexico t
err -
if I houses, Gin house, screw, and other out build- ; practice of Medicine and Surgery offer their ; #
Drs department will be found some of the most : SEALED fROPOSALS will be received at tlJs PER BRIG REMIXG TOX"' negro ings, and the location i is favorably: situated for health. 1!. professional services to the citizens of Waukeeiiah DR. KANFS Arctic Expedition; 1
uautiful i(3 j itgant for the Grading-including the clearingand I wishing to purchase will please call and surrounding country. MEMOIR of S.S. Prentiss Speeches.:&;; sik, I grululng; ; Sections 'os. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, G. 7, nnd] CRUSHED Sugar, Onions, !: and Any lICe persons fur themselves. August t 15, 1857. FSINGER'S? THE DAYS of my life-A novel by tkY
J'.ouact-'d dark 8. West of in Lon far V, Loaf Rio Coffee | author of and Zaidee ,
ground, Tallahassee, county, as as TERMS-One-half cash, the balm in two or Margaret ; '.
.11) bright i eklodo: ;nee river. |, Powdered. Java II interest ann anv.I" SEWING 1s.\REL-A novel;
more vears- pavable
Solid Color Moire Antique :: Also, for the clearing. Drubbing and praJngin3Iaflison !; Bee Hire Syrup, Starch, ,KMILY CLARK, Estr'r. ARTISTS WIFE-A novel;

I5ack! dw do' couny{ Sections Xos. 62,"63: 64, &5, 6C, ti, 1 Dried Apples Soap, Mucticello, Sept. 19, 1857. 38 VASCONSELOS eiv nov!

Floix] >ceJ Borages wine colored, and 70, as far as Suwannee nn'f.I j Rice, Pepper, by Sinoma: tc. *c. ,
I Delaine RoWs Baize I Also, for the dealing: grubbing and grading, of 35 | White Bc.1l2, Ginger, Boots & Shoes. S McDOUOAlL A HOBBY.

'tffUier: vitb a fine nESt rtment of f Black Silk, I miles in Columl/ia cotinty-Sections ?O. 71. to No. ; Filton Market Beef, Alspice, I July 4, '6'. .27 .
Thac k bilk V:h-tt P"tqe niJtli. Shepirds PlaiJ] I 105 inclusive-from Suwanncc river to trie Torn of t Salerat's! Sweet Oil, 13 ECEIVING from the Gamble aft '

Ii nrwJ' Merinos. Plain d.,. Black! Bombazine, French Alligator.The 1: 5o.h, Sperm Candles, ':_ large stock of BOOTS SHOES fl. I I Saw Mill & Mill Site, Near Tows. .,

I Fjiibroi.jpre] !! Set's. Brussels jx>ir.t Applique Setts, work is divided Jntn SeKioni of oti9 mile In ,i < Pot;Ach, Adamantine Candles,: 1 of every variety and description.HODGKISS FotS S

Sett Real point Lace, White lilus'.ion! CapeP. I. length. Bids to be.made for one Section, or fot the I Mac aroui, Green Peas, SCOTT A POOLE. I T .

Oai7.. 1757. 42iillas note of the work. Section by Section. i Mace. Asparagus, j $erL 10, !M7. 88 MILL SITE, togethewitk a nsw .SA W
Proposals are ah-i invited for one Rail Road Bridge i Pickles assorted, Tomatoes THE complete. ready for running within fiv/

Cloaks &c. !, for a single track, at Suwannee river, to be constructed Teast Powder, Current Jelly, 1 Hats & Caps. miles of town,known as the M cnson and more recent
on Howe's plan. Matches, Lobsters. l ly tbe Richard's Mills is now offered at a bargain.In ...-
'PALMAS, lined and unlined, ., Full information in regard U detail1 of the work I -ALSO- I lJeA FINE assortment of HATS CAPS,. JWA.C rNES. a wet time tbe water I rivilegets good ana by attaching
-1- I
d3! with Hoods, can be had on application to this office. : Fall and Winter StylesHODGKISS small for time
; A general assortment of Teas. a engine a dry affording the
Printed Plush do 1* W. DU BOIS, Chief Engineer. SCOTT & POOLE. HAVING been appointed Special Agent for the very best chance about Tallaharae for economically
Basque Cloaks, ; Oct. 10, 1657. 41-tf AL80I Sept. 19, 1857. 38 the above, the undersigned is now prepared lumber. The
Z-mve Writ pperi. I _"___ _'_ _____ __._ ;' An extensive assortment of assoittd CANDY. .- to furnish them to order, together with full instructions ly producing surrounded pond being timber large and afford entire
by a good
Mire and Cloth Cloaks To House and For ale by IIIL BERRY. & Gents for their use. One Machine is equal to 8 economical method very of ttbe
Boarding Boys a very getttag Stock Oat
Rich Velvet do' Sept. 2C, 1857. 89 or 10 good Seam tresses, and all kind Sewing can facilities for
the locationis
Sable Black and Brown Sable Fur Setts, : HOTEL KEEPERS. 1 1-i FALL & WINTER CLOTHING. be done. One or two of those Machines can be seen nearer ponds town by 2 or providing 3 miles than stock mill site to
Children's Fur Tippets and Cloaks. Medical of at any time by calling on the undersigned at his residence be found. any
BUTLER A DENHAM. subscriber offers for sale, on easy College Georgia, I eeeour Stock. It is large and well se in Tallahassee. Singer's Gazette paper devoted -

Oct-17, 1657.; 42'Bonnets !, THE !, a commodious Brick Building in m i AT AUGUSTA. JALLaUd HODGKISS, SCOTT t POOLE. I II to Sewing, will be furnished to any one on application Dr'lank calling Road on Mr.J.further Richard's: intormstloo(former oWner)Bad on

the Village Monticello., Fla., 72 feet by 40. t f" lIE Twenty-Sixth Course of Lectures in this In- I Sept. 19, 1857. $8Notice. gratis, where the Prices of the different sizes of any DANIEL- can be ;
: It contains 14 large rooms, besides these in the attic, I Ii -L stitction will MONDA I may be seen. P.P.LEWIS. or LADD. Newport:
commence on Y,the 2nd 38
i &nd %r is built for a Hotel. ;I NOVEMBER next. i August 8.1857, 32 .

FREXCn ARTIFICIALS &C. : To any one de iring to keep a Hotel or private I: Emeritus Professor of Anatomv, (I. M. NEWTON, I
undersigned sixmonths after date, will Tallahassee Sash and Blind
; Boarding House, this place offers peculiar inducement i M.D. npHE pteI SCHOOL TiC i
,trimmed) and
B plain, at this time. The Pensacola and Georgia I I JL sent to Hon. Judge of Probate of LeanCounty,
French Artificial*. Feather asBoited.Bonnet : Rail Road passeBvilhin four mileR and ns soon ns Anatomy, H. F. CAMPBELL. M. D. I their final accounts of the estate of Alfred M. Gatlin, IPVR. and Miss AULD will open a private School FA.CTOB.YJ f

Ribbon Yt-lvet.and Silk designs, completed to this point (probably by March next,) a I!i Surgery Institutes, L.and A.Practice OCCAM, M. D. I' deceased, and ask tor a discharge irCm the administration JL/ at their Residence iaMonticello, on Monday, 28th THE! undersigned adopta.t.W.s method v..ulM.u.Bfc 3
Dress Trin'min'S. Shaded Velvet Medicine L. D. FORD,
said that he has'recomiiinced
of estate. pnblie the
branch will connect this place and the main road, Septemper. above ,
Black Velvet Ruscbes all kinds, thus greatly increasing thfe present amount of travel. ,: M.D. I SARAH A. BETTON Extr'x. Sept. 19,1857. 38-3t business iu thi city of Tallahassee! rfnd would W

SwanaDwn, There is also at this time a pressing demand for a i I Marietta Medicn, Therapeutics and Medical Jurisprudence I TURBUTT R. BETTON, Ext'r. pleased to receive the patronage of hi* friend Shop 1

Tuscan Bonnets, t good Boarding House where children cnt to the j: I. P. GAUVIN, M D. in right of his wi'fe.Sitt. at the Rail Road DtpoV I. W. BOWET.March i.
Sea Island Cotton Gins.
Spotted.Duostable Bonnets' Obstetrics and Diseases Women tnd Infants, J. I '
; school from abroad may be accommodated, and any |i A EVE, M. D. 26, 1857. 8l-m 7. 6t. 10McDOUGALL
Slate Bonnets
of character and in the buciness could FEW of" BALL'S IMPROVED PATENT

Misses White do del .._ one doubtless obtain the experience first year from 15 to 20 yearly MILLER Physiology, M.and D. Pathological Anatomy, H. V. M. Florida Reports. A SEA ISLAND COlTOy GINS" for sale by CIGAR'' S..-A LARGE lot jl1& ra 1

1 boarder the subscribers-deliverable at Tallabaase or Newport celyed by
BUTLER 4 DEMHAM Chemutry and Pharmacy, ALEX. MEANS. M. D /COMPLETE in 6 volumes. ..
Price $125. t HOBBT.
\rould conclusion that
add in
; The subscriber otly: ,
Demonstrator of
42 These have satisfaction to all MarchI&l.. 12
j in point of social, rporal and religions advantages, M.D. GINS given.great H
i this place perhaps it second to none of the Villages Assistant Demonstrator Sppt. 6, 1857. 8'G who have heretofore had them. t
of 5.; B. SIMMONS -
Fall and Winter Goods I!, of the South. For further particulars, applf to M..D.C1inicnl Anatomy '< I McNAUGHT & ORMOND. -oor- :

I ;E. E. BLACKBURN ii'onticello, Fla. Laws of Florida.. Newport, August 8', 186'l. 32 '
THE SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving tht.'r! 403mi Lectures will be delivered in the City Hospital 1 rtrS A BUSHELS CORN for *aie br ., :"
of : Oct.S, J857. and at the Jackson street Hospital. to 1857. McDOUGALL 4 HOBBY JLUlilHOPKINS &.1IEOI1iJrIS5;
; Constitutionalist will BOUND GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES to
i Augusta please publish Fee for whole Course $lO5. 6, 1857. 36 OOO Marea21'o7. '
'. once a week for three months and send bill to adver. Matriculation Ticket (to be taken once,) ft: u be sold at wholesale\ prices. This is the J.non't .. -
New York of and bes lot of watches before
consisting tiser. cheapest ever offeredto
Dry Goods Hardware.Crockery,Groceries, _j_ the For Faculty further, or particulars to apply I. P. GARVlN to any member, Dean.of Shoes Shoes! Shoes the public.. A gift in Jewelry worth from, $1 to ReadTh!

Hit,Caps. Boots,Shoes, ia, Notice. Oct 3, 1857. 40 SUBSCRIBED ididinja i MontieeQo, Flor- $12 will be given with every waich'in proportion to OH, DOS'TII I I r j'
which will t lie aold at moderate prices. THE Its value...Being d desirous of introducing our goods
Oft J. MEGINNISS.Oct Monday the secoad ((2)) dsy of November next has on bane a largo and general assortment prominently to. the public, in order to meet whIt WE have just reoeJTed from.New.. Orleana Per '
10, 181'. 41-81 the nndeut ned executor of the last Will and GARDEN of Negro Shoes say four Thousand Pain, made of quick, ready, apd cash, sales. we Bare adopted ibis Schr. W DL E ". and New york Pet

testament of NewnanGilchrist.r'eeeaied. late: of Gad- BAGA, Red Top, and Early Dutch Tur- excellent material 1. manufactured at home by White method! for thcjr disposal. We sill Bark R. H.Gamble a large and:well elected l

Fluid &c. aden county Fla, will apply to the Hon. E C. Lore RUT seed, together with Cat bager Beet,' EadUfi Mechanic?,, which h"e is selling to Planters and Mer Composition Verge, op'eu ta&e,, at 18 00& 11 00 STOCK OF GROCERIES.
Lamps of said at bis office in the nttb, $ very tow price 1 1.30 eta. per pair. Fine Silver "
Judge of Probate, county, and other Seed for cbnt I Lepine, 8 00 9 00 -ALiO- .
assortment of large and small Court House, of said county for an order and decreeto TAIL *lANTlifJ( od your orders ai soon as practicable. A sampleof 'I '.' .I H st CASe. 12 00 -p.-- -
ANEW described lands of the Shoes be seen at the store of James Kifk-- Lover Wines rsj 'catvt .
sell the following as part mal Hunt
Heavy ,
FLUID LAMPS, Just Received Bark It. bamtle. The S :" tiittIL
of the debts per Nephew in .l 1.ibandoii ...
fur the "
estate of said deceased, payment ;d Tallahassee.RE., 15 00 18 00 .
Burning Fluid LIVELep19
Lamp For sale by AMES dt \ BLACKBURN.ttontleello tie.rM1iiPC a. ,
Solar and Fluid of said estate, viz: the West half.of lot No. fifty ((50)&zd ) Fine Siren :English Patent Lever pNll .. "
Just received, and for sale by lots Nos.fifty-nine ((59)) sixty ((60)) and.sixty-one, 1857 38Plantation Sept. 12, 1857. 37-4m *Hunt case, 25 00 ** 30 00 .r.rP ci n.I'f p. ; : .T :'it: --

& J. MEGINNISS.Oct. (61)) on Forbes* PurchASe," according to McNeil's Goods & Heavily Gold Plated Lever,' ,. ,. 24 00 '.eri'l la&aW tube i \e ._
10, 1867. 41-6t survey of< part of said purchase, said lands tobe 11. T.NA Gold Anchor open lace, $21 00 24 00 28 00 witl'goods oe ty deeertptk.'If',wnall adnae-'. -

*-. f old for the.payment of the lawful debts and demands GROCERIES. jBLANKETS (; ; v" Lever, Hunt-case 80 00' ex 87 00 ibore New York'and tfi1r- o.w.a ricek If"Too *...;

:. against said estate iD preference to a sale ofthe slaves Kerseys, Linseys, Flannels, Osna'' I I. nTSTTRAIICE. CQ A : 14 ,- beautifully jfoobt it, tome and tfy, %J.B. GamUe*.OUIlllCOII' -. .

Hotice. thereoL E. SHEPARD, Ext'r.Oct.S : Slrrtings, Russetts nnd Plan* I" OF HARTFORD. engraved, 45.00 Stand,Corner Uonroc bJsKuonSeet .

ALL persons baring demand gains the estate ot 185*. 40-4W tation Improvements also a large Stock of GROCE .i. S Gold English Patent Lever, beau S -- .. ROnw a.RRODq. >'

". Hogan deceased late of Jefferson RIES just being received per Gamble and Reming tiCul engraTed. : 50 00 May S3, *57: ._14. .,-... :'..l_r

&mty, are notified tr jreserit them to the nndmignedMmimst U. 8. Marshal's'Sale ton. HODGKISS, SCOTT & POOLE. .Incorporated in 1819. Charter Pepeual. Gold English Patent Lever, b aatifuf : i.

ior; wiflui be Cme preacribed by bw; or Sept. 19. 1857. 88 >nrred, J f eitrt eo.oo 70 00 :- : :
they ,ni be barred; and all indebted are requested FirltJrondar1D November Hext CAPITAL-81000,000.- Gold English,Patent L Tcr, and Yroy/ ; e

w make payment immediately.) CAD S Magic Wajchea, S 80 S
ofa writ of fi.ri facia issued from the Wanted T I a .'D' r.- :I1 : & > 5
JAKES P.GR NTILU 'Admfri. BY Tirtn' for the IN8UBE. AGAINST LOBS AND DAMAGE ftT rfBE,' Gold fibgHsa Patent LCTC andAnjoftheaboTewaU3ie8 J.I U WO. ""Jf ., r.U
'W&UkCflaJ OC. office of the United State Court I honest Man-servant Lagi Watchef.t 90 p ''('r&itr 't-: M-r'
10. 1847. 41-8w TMMEDIATELY a steady ,caX ON ADAPTED TO THE tf&ZARD, ..100
Rack.J 'J .
Northern District Florida,wherein Nathan ? .. '.
pable taking charge ofa Dining Room. To such a AND CON8I8TENTWITflTflELLW$ ,' tofetK.I..* A.pPk''I'J'r 1 1S

Notice J Icy i it Plaintiff; and Thomas. Saunders i is 'Defendant within, person,who is wi5i gto make himself generally useful, .. .- or COJ PENSATION: .'. &ff by A'&g3*S .A d& 'Ka jaw a ,"' 'v'
I Lave levied and expose for tale > $ .
upon I will None other need apply/. $ :Made .
good t" .
front in tbe give wages. -B. c:. LEWIS,. ** ; SSbsT .y..r
House door
ALL person harm demand agahD tbe t4et hours$in of the Court S
; eat lei Also a good Laundress. A. B.NO YE3. 'e rAE9 PWNINdSco.. ri ,' --. 1,
Stephen Ligbteey, late of Jeffersou.oounty. town of Qouey,Gsdaden county on the firstMobday .. SL 3fiki; Oct.81857. 40-2w -,, Fo.T l1e.n. ,* r V 00-aS'n.'AQ Third% Street. Pbiladel. .. "' .,e1r--Th, .
& will take ootioe that they mart present thee in JToTembef next tbe following described property August 15, .185t. ) .' !o\Wpapen: bOut tba i meaD. '6 -, "r, -' .

"" to the mdenugoed duiTi .Btbentieated Within' to-wit Simon man about thirty-eight year* of*ge, ieiroles ; ,- I"JOCtb.s !ettii 'co rill .: ., i -'- ...
thitime prescribed law t -notice' will be Malind Ab ot.tbir .-f.
by 05. and &wott&ge: 7; t. L fa..pa11D ntt. taperiof Jocbl ') :
tu.d h bar4Jr of wid DeleDdant, TTAVE TfrCpeoed.for'lh. season their business of i CongreseJfater ; po&fcd nU P"ct 1 -. .
th.t S3d .n fnggaJn. Levied ; .
T0OTW7; old. p'xfu the.jwoperty ; > :, cue.1rorth '5.or'. other' -
debted .Jl-We bink wasgeQuooaa4; win-,. Mj J..ert' # '
to laid notified to nuke and to be eOJ..dto..baI'j; *aJd nt*< prfiogtotaw.. .' Sfofage. their 4A. rcc3ir d'aiid fo sale nt e lable on be receipt of4t first lD'. i11o. asketa H ,
Cotton to FEUwpp1tJat
lmdiate liberal consigned b .
Pl ii t.dae uadenigoed.' ; .. "'*" :BLACKBDK U.8.'MarshalBy make ad ranct* on .dtt AMES'4 LIVELY taming t1,adv II'IDeDt. 0. D eoP1, jio. I Y'y' b&tTh
RHODES D. A cere. .
JA7IE Admt'x JOHNH. :tL1D'
LIQHT8ET epL1,8I7.- 38': !;, lg; T. ,4
lIlictl\o; O 10,.lU' "- j r" ; ..),-I*,;. 40-td I September 186'L 89 I!. I, .. S,l't Ntuimb'$1.

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The Floridian & Journal T'I I THE HOST HOST -1 -=- -- Dr. McLANE'S
,. j P. B. BrfOKAW'S. MASIff'

JAMES S. JONES, EDITOX fc PoreirroK (CH CAPES T1JA5 THE CHEAPEST! H US SUE STABLES,, THE caJerso d begs kar* to mforto tie cii 5AcV17ACTVEE efCor El4 5iact- INS VERMIFTJGELIVERILLs
TAfXAHASSEE FLORIDA. of TallIL&.e and Tindoily. that be baa desk' afl k3ZbdS 1 ja and Fs-
At Tv. ,LTLLa ,f &dz.&ce. Belter than the Bit 2BEATE5T i.eI. 1are,*td
pr milE in- opeced a carriage sbop in tti place jntasa Tm WXtf.Lakes pfr3ICTt LklU t'tW AX9
PJJ&h? WeeL. r C T La I.c.w I.
TgMOF AbVEITIZiNG. J. f.biafrien4ndthe Brokav's Llrrrj ,SUMes, oTTaKl! **" *r4 the avzTOaW %t1t

21 whcl oiij Dkr d Tr.r' be tu reVoi't bi*_ in the bcH-Jj foraerlv ocwrpied by J. L Grcwr. rwbr ps-craved to wait 'D afl th iii. a.U( ,

.. fl c' DISCOVERT cf tie Prtwo *53Ceitrry l.tcg Erkk SJ.Uf-f., si the old staad, asd is __ him iu of busintie. He aJ.r' teLeTJ La
tv'b&1 .. fc eie prepared to do all Erods of work in bis tie relTilArzl 1o w.t1ii. btt rrp&, st ,
: cf DteciCOUNTERFEIT 1.rezred to asco'nrcjodz.te bis friends a&d coetocaersU friem4 ard t l.e cmlIy r l ,
eaioc&Iagi ? J3 lice,at tbe *bort .t nc Bhice.O&rd.f.trted at$10 also I thiL i.e Lii..*
p rAdrert Las alifctied to Li* Stables,a good BUckrritb l ith
BANK NOTES. KGeccme SLop.wtere be wTHbive Lave Jcue all knx! of REASONABLE TERMS, : [fatc"d.! patrc&Ze and he bupez that a atIa cftSe j.a They are not recommended

setntut* &ot uuricd wli tLe c==Wr cf Drie Ever7 B'Jl ia Exlrt ac*.arj '' itfcts'*. work. Hor e sboeir ,acd Carriigeworfc inverr rocb ia carriage par.tiog and tnrr KJI. ; making new will be granted him.

io ertJon* will b cc&Jr astil fortid, azd cigiJCefi&ti. Eilii a:J a pU&c* erc-rr GAUrfU lest roiiicer azxJwitb proaptw. a&d du-. b crirf arJ w* c-as.aad all tiads cf repairiEg. Haying lie will constantly ktCf (' Land a 1 .ppy fa.fl as Universal
( b nircc'ktiot,! tct. I kC.t a e.tathihtt of iste
S ; proccred a first rate aorta of Ware Z11
a cf pto Zet ef V/al r Arra. tn a/iarcrtb't. tLat REFERENCE i* jEAS NoTeKibeT 5. 185*. 44 1 cf;. A fuil ass.ortfat ofheet Iron.Sbeet Cure-alls but
Ck* s will Dot te rire3 cst1thedtth fte ii Y asi'DETECTION gI Carriage Painter and Trimmer, Laid Pi 'e3; SbttZi. Ci.tev' Pampe. simply for

iSTATAEOtS Carriages, Baggies, and Harness, frcn New Tevk. the v.nden.gned i ii prepared to dc and a ; c..Ler zneroas ti. e) what their
great zis.nj
Fir Sale by P. B. Br kaw. this kiad of work a* well aad in tie laiest style, a* it name pur
>dx to rraacine! No f*?<* Lett CDcpl tOG-
ea d be doc at the Xortb.AH .
versity of Louisiana Bzt *> a=p'i5ed aeJ arrayed, that tbe O5 HE Subscriber bo jest rereiveda TO BCILDERS
tlxe who hare this kind of work to do. and CdtLipee
Lercti* Bather*&d Batis Mt3 czn sell aJ HIt .JL. very large supply of Carriage. I wib i:, Tin Roo =?. Gcttericr Cop er and Th ports.The
st done in a nacctr that will cot fail to hI rnc..twcrkm&n1de
MEDICAL # give !
DEPARTMENT. t azee. S: c--Bigge., sad Harceca. vLIeb be o9rsforaale Uffis'aoa, we rid do -s-ell to call ea J te-. ill of ,d ida be pro4S O dO cfthete't U w.aeriat VERMIFUGE for
pT'rat on the oxt reasonable tertj.oTuber18,14. ratcer ,tii stcle, and ,
Ara1 Cse el, tt4! 'JDt has t.aen ;cale tile WM. KtIINS. ; notice acdcst recai-'aTe terr1Ha'uiQZ
reai s perfect 0 I 41MILES t en sbertst Worms
May *, 5* 18 expelling
J. willeTO'o; TX>too 3JO5DAT. Nvwber 16Z, GREAT DISCOVERY. __ ___ tng3ge for the hat ei ht I r3r; Ibaizesi from
1 5i7.aad will terroxute in ib* } NASH & CO. I Piano Fortes. : l at this place be thEtks it unneee-zar ta i- human

JAMES J05E3, M. IL1 Prkwc &f P.-c4c c.f if-J- The creeut ewhy f>r oeh a wk baib lo ). Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c.RiLGarn. : c-'mmend hi.nselfany (criter to the pnbl.c asregardi the system, has

-e3 ft-It: br O' iin Teial nja. It La* brIsbeid ptb. 1ITE are prepared to ftirnith Piacot l bis capacities a.a ecLsEie. bet at d.c ur.time he

J. L. HIDDELL, M DWJIERE3T 1 to *5ppJy tbe eU for .th a Prereturt. Maad "rUSTr redfrt'=: New Tori pr bark V V Fortes of the very best quality, ,i jcpoo all that favor bim with a call, gc-wl work aCfcHaPrinrVmored also bsen administered
: sTo:;} Jt D, I'rfiw-Surgery ceet!* bet t* Oe krx/wc to be CrareriAlIy! fj b'e. a reatral as rtEiest of articles in our line. J the ccost liberal tercs.

A. IL CE3T AS, MD, Prcfv of OUtetna, PatzowL It doe n>&re iLtn bas erer I- *B at .* scrb *. Oi!! of a.n>" t erery kio-3. Burning Fluia j They are second to none in any eoactry ether as j; from the oW .tan-formerly known with the jaOt satisfactory
GriThvL3 A.5OTT M. D Proftttcr tempted by stetj. jgf" I: dtscribts *"* White Ld. Zinc aad other AViodow Gla- of stand
of Mit n* erery Bir.k piiDts. to q'sality or price. iETerr'lcJtrumeQt White* Slu will U bond at hi s eor
: e three DJ5 rre .t Laqge., I bett ocali'y. Paltr. Brtts. PoUib Soda Spex-k1ir. will be warranted. net of 200 foot street, where be will be glad to wait results to various animab

JOSIAH C 5OTT. M. L.. ?rcf *..r cf ASO=T. ENGLISh FRENCH 4 .Vh GERM*. GtU.VtD-.L't-don ictzri FrerxbEriDdr(very best.) ; MILES STASH A CO. on all fcis frmu2! THOMAS WflITE.Dse. .
THOMAS U.VT IL I' P.-ctr I.aod I. g I fr taedieio Spio. Lemon
cf ) psrpe Pepper. Syrup, Febrcarr 23.1554. S 45
Tbci Eichnisr r-a d the sarce i Ja b.sovn >at.'Te I.1SJ5 __ subject to Worms.
Patbukry.GILBEET \ Inks.Q' iuine. Pern rian Bark fluid Ertrsct Bocbc, ,

5. VA5CE, M. D. I*=atratcr sf Asa Tcte. !! tc. ic_ aad a federal aucrtnent of Popular Patect IflLLiAM SLUSSEB
India Rubber P.
7 .xt-1 Le piper uCI b* tboit 23 by 42i Belting. The LIVER
tota. j Medic-n *. We kfp ix-a but the rery best and PILLS for
i_cb *. asd T53ootb tie
7LfcI fI. Daetta ; vi Lt o.t c i ie tcrkhs. ; Not T.t.Pi.i&Ltd. raitt Perfect Busk -. bor-e- 10 men: *veur patrc-oace. I 1 LARGE SUPPLY of lodia RabUr BeIixg.ofi : 1711tt. p ,

oD U'joiar n OcV zi.h .L* of Dii-t-osst. "viLES NASH, i CO. : two three sod fvcr ply. warranted fully equal M Of CoPPEH.TlN A5D SHEET the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT
The F.cahy wecftbeCfiarityIIb : ir, : r2te t tAlih Martb 2? 1 >55 1? to Leather, and 75 per ettit cheaper ; in fact Coo,iJ- OCFACTCBER RETAIL
>piul. Also a List of I ered by the who have tried tbeistprkrtoLeath i IRON U'AEK. WHOLESALE AND all BILIOUS

The ti-ti. cct'Ipv .e Frcfi'i the:: : t PrimU BIkfl i* I er All tlKi, from 4 to 1* inches wide.! cca Unly DZAI.KR IN PLUS, F.a'cT AND JAALD DERANGEMENTS -

aod, Ir'* of eipt,
a4rar.tig.*. rop *sd AaTJca il be ptb5! !hd i ia each eci- J3 !? i Oct. IS. 1SS3. 42 IJcadQuartera5
r-i._'_*j w Arc u rc'te UKlyrtt wij te celivereJ : uic.uxwni *:: :ne n=pc tai.t se-wj cflie a-j-r rectum.: ;,is r*ii aJ ru.ier 5:oct cf ; Stove
daily in tL* AcnpLiibea-tre cf tie H&pfaX CT. Abo H iIHTEBZSTLTi'G 11 Gc-o\l, t-itable fcr j Town Property for Sale. 4 SPLENDID anorteeDt Cookies. Farir &c.Purchasers.

frcm Le 1st of (Mi1jr. ij CIimtI MedkE d >A snJ Wood Stoves. trimro d with neatcesa
lIE under9Lt.ed oSTers Bale the flkw-
STORIES '. ) at private ,
eTcfy, IDfJ (.tY ttI& IIOCL JS. fiDi d-jralilty. at reduced prices. will
kY to JL
erge From Old LJ.-a.j L:g 'le- an foccd ia
Ma-Dsecript tie Ea.t. tad
stodenii, THl/S HUNT. >i! I). Deln. & were ee ts t* lc-nd It L. ;: c"&tUti r in part cf FretcL tnd EE2-isu! ClrU-j, Canin.res viz: ly U ><*. 3, ?5.; 1'T. 3t .4?. 140. 141. 142. 143. Out Door Work. be

agnail.The Mirhtrt'im April I4Ui of P.esiJtit th CLanty Etadeoi.w.&iutoi H<.piu who! elect! p1tred: ia Frt, trd funih<.< the 55ct reer: Coscpl'.te yet ap- JJ 2j and V*-stiti3 ofailcdors.a d cf tbe bestqual i 144. 226, 227. 2S. 2i'.24 241. 24-2. 243. 241 245. OiaT-ntal From' HeaJs. Gutterir-?. Copr particular to ask for

ire Hittc-ry cf ity. which be s prepared to rr.aacfccture to order oa ;,253.254,255.257.255. 26?, all : er and'T.n. C .iWivz Piprs.: Sheet LeaJ. sheet

Ac ; : ; : Si ORIENTAL LIFE 2 ihe nxtt rtftjowible terms aid in the isost in the original plan of the city of Tallahassee. Zinc. Lead Pipe. Patent CUtem P=mp SLop 's or* 1 Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated

FASHIONABLE MANNER -ALSO- of everv vii ty d< n* at abort notice.
-- and '1e"rLed the Perp! rir Pc 'icrf VERMIFUGE
? :
BLACK SMIT HI HOT! vbicb the Ladies arA Gent'netjof that C'oti.trr;n Ti-g=tLr with a jjtperal a'v>rLErseat of 'Lots ho. 1, 2, 2, 4, f>, 6, 7, in Coualy: qr. City and Country Tlcrrhaiili and

Lave been a often / csd. TL'ie Stcrifi will READY-HADE CLOThING, r -Ai.iCLot. Are re.p.
finr* cf IlROKAVT; a cc THE rroTe; the 3I't *tert iErz: erer o5red to the the South X. E. Al! article nanufactned very
Lmig; t* d. .e'- i ? ever exbilf'.e-i for sale m this city, ct-niistj cf County quarter.
other trtile
Pt-blic. < I.iit material an-J warranted durable o
ved. tbe ctcJer)iin/ed noti5et haeld Vine Black an-J Cvorr-J! Cloth and Froei. CVati. The above described property formerly belscged :
eustuuiers awl the pubic! greraiy! thrt Le h&t J: FcraVted Weekly SalscriUrs OLT" ai* Fri c Caiee a2 j Beaver Frt>ck *rd BcS3 to GOT. Brown. For further iufvrcoatioa and tennn, will be off rd for sile.!
{la year. All) IttUr mutt be d-irfd t'JOHN Lich will be liberal, A. October 20, 1325. 4S
Coats to
ria..h arrangeniefcts with D. C. U"iloo. by wLIcLhe j ; apply Perry Acafiker, Esq.,
take the shop fms.ery! occcpi'd by Liin, nrder the .S. DYE. Broker. 2 Blaek anl cclwei C c-tb, Bearer and Pilot Over- Atrnrney at Law, Tallahassee. Wines; SOLE PROPRIETORS Pittsburgh
firm of PclIIfhcr an'J Propr>tf r, S Sack 5ort<.cj, CHARLES P. MANNING. Syrnps,

H. B. Fitts & Co. M rcL21,15i7 70: Wen Street. New Vcrk. Rgi2ii Black arid Fancy Doekin and CassLnerear.t Until KilJ, the above property will be for rent. o LD OtAr.l Brandy, bparklrc?Cid.r, Pa,, and take no
12-1 ?ar.t A. PERRY AMAKEB. Old Port, Old Port Jce.

and is DOW; pr're'1 io exec ali wcr aont in Grena3Je. BArsthea. Satia zed Cloth Vests, February, 1555. 7tfNotice. Madeira, Brandy CLtnie other as there are various

$ki4ir line of )but i.e t,, vz: NEW GOODS. Fancy Velvet. Caaizzere, Silk and Cisbirere doWLil Sherry. Sardines, ,
Slk; do. Gelatine. Preserved Quinces other
Sparking ,
IJcrse .Shoeing, Ironing and Re- preparations
Gi. Shawl-. Denz E'ie. Fine Sbirt*. Silk, Flavoring Extracts a' Ptars, now
ff\ pairing Carriage* and Bug //J( JOHN PRATOBIOUS Co'.toa arid Merio'L'cder shirts, --I IX month after date, the cndei signed will pre Yeast PovrJfrr-, TaTnarrdj.Srices before the

_ \ ff :&c.t. Plantation itork: of V c Cact, Fao-l 1 an-j Jeans Drawer?. k_ eaf their accounts and Touchers to the Honor- Spanish Olives, public, purporting -

ditcriplivn MERCHANT TAILOR i: ab'JaJge! of Probate for the county of Gad drn arid Corn Starch. Pi4Ies.
terry ,
ALSO ask fur a final settlement ar-d! dehare? to be
'm the ad.rnr.tratiou Worcestershire i-'auce! Salad Oil, Vermifuge
.31i11 Iroit and
repairing icmc, Ironing \Va- Dealer fa Ready Made Clothing and A gTera) ajjortmeLt of Fancy and Black Silk an J of the estate of Cvrcelius Ergiih: late cf Englifb Mnittr-J, Capers.

gns and Cans, Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Satin St'
aoJ in fact very other !e TbreaJ JOHN G SMITH. ) deLoi. AMES i LIT LY.ORANGE'S .

Jro *od Steel. U! <,f w Ukh we WAttASfi. a&d pledge / -4---- >( di_ La1r. Gauntlet" euf enor Liner, Cambric and $ WM. n/GLNN.ALmrs.J ; DCD. January 5, IStC. others in comparison

o r> !Tei to ettc:te it thy thort ct notice. an noic receiring my Fall and \inier supply .Si'k! Haudkercbi?, Brown an J P"a"cv Cotton, Lie JJy 4, l-57. 27-6aa; : ,

: H. B. FITT3.Feb. of Cloths, Castimcres, Ycslingt, 6-c., o/ Thr.aa'i 1 3Irno j kJce, dc, Ac. CALL AND PRING with Dr. McLANE's are
.14,1 6; 7. 7 ly BUY- "DrrPrPTlJEWIS ,

Every Color, Style and Quality, October I. l'Zfj. 41L IVES notice to Lia frieno* and patror.s Male & Female Seminar worthless.

Notice. ; T that Le i is '"PHE *:tnatc3 cf tLu Institution is at one cf the
trAt'cA / now in s ,i .ri of
am to make po
prepared the For
in most Sale -L
up ficeft L'r The
Lii; the latest improvements Deutia bJuj : Springs the oir try. and ;is Lnsurpaised GENUINE McLane's
. qg L fc!ergte1 *as aa'I: nrrar tcects 'ith H fashionable style, on short notice A VALOBLE PLAXTATJO.N it LEOV Cor.vrr FLA. try. let, The extraction of Teeth without producing :,.r Lealib. It is easy of scea "cr itea
B. FtU to take charge of Li* BI ektnitb
hbcpaoj boat and few hours
t fcxa'U, od t'A'cl't. fr the Lew firm, the patroa- AND REASONABLE TERMS 'ITII. he KJd at priateale.. that fisf plantationrio'aru pain, by the ad of a l"Oal application. wLich cot-ists The a with the P.aLiO. of Vermifuge and Liver
: T ai th" Borrow J'lfite '' in applying artificial frpfzinjr mixture to the Principal experience twtnry years.
age of Lis ol-J! cott//crjer I). C. WILSON.Feb.14i. ALSOA fvrroerly part
'. 7 owr.d by Col.! Dutid Barrow, an
Jy t4E<;E A .I> V/KLL SELECTED STOCK OF Croon v,rne tn mie N.'E. ( Tallahassee. Thcoritahi -; a Temporary Set, oa Gutta Fercha} which can le rote Lis whcl liae to the imrroveoiect of L: pupLTs.

DENHSTOY.DR. I READY-MADE : ', ? Twenty-fire Hucdre'l Acre ofivj worn with comfort and ease till the Gents ar fullyprepared The third session will commence Monday, January all respectable
: the greater part of which is i equal to any land ; for a permanent Set ; then inserted, rn 12, 1957. Fur psrtic'.Iar ad
T. J. CUR LEE, Cc'i'tng i of rvry gann'rit *aitabl f'-r winter wear, in Florida. There are about} twe've or fourteen hen that -actiful plan! called jnticuous Gums, which are R. ANDERSON, Principal. Stores.

cor/tince. j is fwtur the pratke of DEN scch s. CIr': TalwaA. CuatsV U, Pants, Ac.'j ., &e., fjred acres of open land, arid the remainder finely tim ao inarb worn and admire! for beauty,*trengtL, or.J XOT. 23. 1E59. 4S

WILL iaS jthGrya, anJ Ifle! ndEi bith will L. of&tJ i'w priciAi.e' -.. berc'J. inclu'iicc a lar e quantity of very superior land perfect cleacliriess. FLEMING- BRO'S
a. lavr lot cf Pla.n 'il 1 ttcltar The 31 16. Notice.SIX ,
t Fl'jn'la. Ht Lft La-iteveraly-ar Fancy Shirt. G>IIir j irnproiprn are Yrv good a May 22 .
prt-1ezrn-: Un4'-rs4iits.Craati. htwrk JIo'i.-ry. Ac.. ,
rie&ce in lb! prcf.ti&n. lh}* Iztt three of whicb Las after date I shall preset final
been iu LL'me stctK/tisof e-/uotry. Hi work >< of the Ihe a tlwroojb ', :'-fit "will! y/out! tl rr C'-ijT'-ts;: :iroo-J f.r.cei. tc. Tim plaulntion will be&jld Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth and vonchers to the HJD. Judge my 01 Fro ic Sole Pronrfefnrm.SCOVILAMEAD. .

xaoct btaut r-l &&'J dur-Jult: cLzracltr &c.d ea'i fftctioais ownioter by giving me a call, as ali!1 the arnv ar- f-/r one-third :aeb the bal ioce in one and two year*, Rntzs.I' Late. cf Leon eu'atVai execctr cf tf. at To nf
tidee Lav b- i *ilcu.d with grwit cars, eod with with :utrert from date 'iuiahe. The .
parsr.t.e'i in vtry snttawre. a plantation will FINE LOT Brussels two and three Ply Wool John C ok, deceased, la'e of said couctv, and aak to No. 111.Charter St.New Orlcac
All raT.ur.icsi'/tiS to y--ti4Jc Ilo crci I.; -J .v4 & u.aI :. r<* ibuwri ui any one (-"inriij lo purchase, by .,ir. U discharged. TIIOS. J.
eu 7Ia wjilr ROBERTS
LI C.rptag.: Also, few W.x-I ExtV. General .
Otol Is, JW. lv-42 Hyrnan, the en fh'- place. P-jrchaseri u pieces an'!Cotton Wholesale agent f-r th Southern States,
,s ivt ntteatK/3 a* toon &s manager will 'I, April la. 7. IS-Csa
r.rrviout >, and fine Hearth and
aga7TLtt. Drugget for s.ile ri4Lt ; all order maw be addrened. to the un r-vned( ia Tallahawee. ___________ _
wiliperwit. --
at D. LA DL). Sold by Ames k Uv lv. E. Barnard. Jr, ilH

THEOUGH Df 48 HOURS July 25, 1S5T. COtfNotice. W. CALL. Newport, Oct. IS, 1S56. 42 Livery and Sale Stable. Nash d'Co, Tallahassee." Ha.; J. S. il. Daiizr

I.,___ Erzz.ccEs ; E; Gardner a Mill. Newport ; W. T. Csrpecteri

_ __ flog. .1. L. SEwAl.. ) ., ... ,. :: -4: Notice c 1 : -.1 j'H r undersigned. that Le ha gite* cotice "Cu, Wackeenah; Mcsely & P pr. :ifadmn
Aij1Y1.C pur Palmer! & Bro. Mwiticello. S. Pulesen. ilritir,ll*
-- II' :*. P. E Luvr, f WILL sell of the beat 4 LI. persons indebted to the eetaJe of Joial.KnigLton _ cLJ the Livery SaLe! t'f_
one Tine Land in W. R.gers & Co. C1attaJior.ebee Bltrell i WWjrten.
Jfo. "A' S. DiLsrofeTJi.Jitv. I .L 1 ;
> Columbia late of Jefferson County, deceased.! UiUum H Newscra, in TallaLa tee.together i1
Yla countmixed; with oak and Mar.snna Nicholson & G
: hkkory, Zeier. Bainbridg rD.
W. E.
HAUIUO, j i are hereby notified to rr.nk, immediate good will of the establishment nnd
to that Le is
and H. TLnastiI1i
acres good fruffieier.t DickiCM-n
-- __ tithe Bainbndge E. Seua.:
J1o.J.C.Mccit; # ,, to the same. This Ian-1 i marl the undersized executrix < f s-aiJ estate; ai: I bay-d .u and clar
COL. B. C. Pore. f f"J Milton and Chattahooch-.e, and is excelle&t for It-gatees, uistiibutecs, whomsoever. }h Ix-ng Cuttoo
Cora "a
GEX. M. WHIT SMITH, Ai9gatr.< Fla.N. handsome settlement, dwellm Staple dc, claims or demands against said l etate, are hen-bv required 10 Us Hue on reasonable! terms. I'elrnarySl. 1S57. -ly_ _ _
B.-Da. Cut Lit wil l/e ia Quir>cy during tL U. S. Mail i 1 Line out-bouses, and coutaut water. I .bate and neces-irv to pieseut tl-eru duly autlenticuted within h- RICHARD SAL'NDERS. A.tii:
Iatt.r rartf the prtteut week. seventeen g-tl tin.ecr this notice wiil; be N. B James T. !
acre* iu cotton which I will let with the if plead in I lar to the recover Jrrirg is mv duly acthorisednt. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
April 25. 57. 17QUININE go place w cf the fcame. and has entire control of t&e ,
fLcatrt two hundred rerre
; required: acres of land the timber ba' -
been killed SARAH KNIGIIFON, Executrix. ott.tii; me aa fully BA j&I wa? personally Wholesale &n3 Retail Dealer in
Mil ton on about prtjcut.lilCHARD 41
Tvftday's and Frvlay't, at 1 0 t'.voears, lu,'p f-ut and! heaped,
arid 2( ,'j'.p'j rniU Sept. 19, 1857. 3-J-8w SA'r.'NDERS.:
o'clock, a., m. tpKt to .n--U-se the enme. TLi )I DRUGS AND MEDICIKES-

, I LST< rre4vcJ 1800Ot: cu itilpli Quinine, Leaves Cltallahoochee and place i is adjoining: a Jar e lx Iy of good bamriiock ) Sep. 5,1S55 26 InsfruoienU
Tuesday's Saturday' land that } AttachmentsE.lwarJ Perfumery. Dyestaffi, Surg-ol ,
can 'Lt
_? I'arr I'raiicl r>ii g.i'i1 l Imm. Any
together with a great variety t after llu: arrival the personwi SpiCeS Sncff, Window Glass, Paint.
'" of Steamer from information will Notice.SIX :
of; AMES )Jn. Court, for the Oils! Vanishes. Patty Manufactured Tobacco,
pAugutl Ajialarhicnla aiid the I'ost orH*
Stage from Tallahat- Colurr.bia }l. .
Ife57.Surgical countv. Fla.C.IL'W. ] }V Sfrct.n-l D-,tiicl of f Leon Co_ months after date I shall peen: my final a- and Glass War?, Patent Medicines.

tee, Fla., and Ijainbridge, Ga.. August 22, 1857. 21-9. COLLINS. Nathaniel White. )) Attachment for ?22 S.l'O' Hcd! vouchers to the IIun.Ju'gefNiate! Fine Soaps.Fin Tooth, Pure Wires and Bnodie

Infirmary for Ne- I.V GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK! f"I"MIE defendant and all others interested, are hereby Tor Jefferson county, as aJmii.i tratcr of the caat? of and Hair BrusLea. for Medkinal,purposes.

_ : J J. notified of the commencement of thi eort, A leit B. Lord, late 'ifsaid l county, deceased, s.:d a.k Paint Brushes, Articles.
_ GROES. T\_I.'HI.-J Line i> now in firm rate order. TI be whole Valuable Plantations, &c, !: returnable to a Justice's Court to be held atTallahassee fi-r a discharge ftvm r'id aJininiarat.rbip. Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Sgar.

_ 'T'1-HE UrMJcr.iUc-d iiavinglad frequent table i>Hack tck ba. The l IftrJ reiiened, With new nrI apj/icatif rs Drivers
are carefcl. eober wd Apiilll57. of articles
JL to receive from i ac and i plead to the camne. li 6m every variety usually kept ly
for the patiroU various porUuus of the cotnni treatment of
country and lowed
_ ffurgic Chronic each .
to Iatof Burke
Di.ea.ei, srj'l Ixir.g o/nrinccd that Ibttituliori pa nnger ; eouuty deceased offer at private I i Julv, A. I). 157. Notice. this esublibbrcent a full sapily of every tliog B**
an sale until the first Monday in j DECEMBER I ded and the Iibe altern-j
en most
next, EDWARD M.
fua WEST.
_ _ manjr a ujx/n to jrt-opc-r conducive* io such a AGENT8: the following property m": A Plantation in Burke 1 Justice of the Peace. ALL persons having demands agairut the eztate of Orders from the C"C3try promplyofiHed and satf.e
to the inttrett ,
_ would be prove of pul!ic have of patrow. At Milton, JAIL A. CiiAFf county, on B"ggy: Gut ciec-k. near Dryer's Pr>nd ndj'oinin I July 25, 1j57. S0-3m il. TownsenJ, Ute of Leon county, deceased tion guaranteed, with regard both price and qnalftj.
utility, jviutly op<:ued John Wbitebead, M. 1'. i will tako notice that "
Geneva. Al Green, ami! other __ they must present them Physician's prescnptinn artfully compoonded.
LEI ard W. D. -
Infirmary, MoMior ---
are a nr
> to receive
( ready jwiUenU Campbeltou! containing 1700 acres, more or 1 row *>>rtton of the J. W. SMITH -i- :
any | country. Marianrm of which there are 500( acres cffrcah cleared Land, prescribed by UT, or this notice will be plead in bar Jan 5, 1SSIC3Insolvent
Ooc of the beet an 1 m-nt cummo'jious Louses La. W. NicnoiA, and 700 of well of their and all _
forest Land. recovery ; indebted said
been Chattaboochee The Planta Months after date persons to
secured f, the D. Coi I the undersigned, adminis
r purpoee-tituaUd on corner of >ox. tion i SIX estate
well notified
improved and in order are hereby to make immediate
Pric I'acgcr. Jje good -having a of the of pay Estate Notice.
and Charltou etrttts, bear the Savli, Albany Gulf ILIiDer' tJTur security, and with cofrfort. new Dwelling on it-the win : la e of Leon county, will|>reseut his final accounts and : STATE OF FLORIDA. >
ter residence LYMAN
-. ol t lit* best character Late been ; GE(). D. F1SIIEJ decca/ed.' Two and a half miles only vouchers to the Hwxjjable Judge of Probate of raid SMITH, Adrafr.August JEFFERSON COUNTY fWif.
employed, : from ( rper, Cut Station 29, 1856. 358wNotice.
; who will f lie uuJvr our immediate ; Proprietor and Contractor. on tbv Augusta and county, and ask to be dichnrgrd.THOMAS .
Puprvirnisith.atp1attkrinhIyIJea&oL.redthat Savannah Railroad. 3 H. ANDREWS sherrir and administrator
: 307. 19-lf J. PERKINS, Admfr.
their servant* will ALSOA July 2S, 157. 306mAttachment. ; officio. the estate of David Woolf.liteofJefftrscn

Deli,:: eoi'mecJeJ w'ltli the SAVANNAH! MEDI I Plantation Negroes &c well improved PLntatiog on Lake Jackson, in Q IX Month after date the undersigned adm'nlatraiv : tfBce ofJjerson e'na'y, d eaaed, fcaa filed in the Probate

CAL COLLEGE we ; Middle Florida about four miles from Tallahassee, tiy nri lK* ,A4fA nf rhrfa. Q KiftTAtr i\A+ .+**A count T. a written sneetion that
naturally feel *rat interest in I be believes the estate ot
the young ueti of the clas nnri will, the FOR SALE! IX FLORIDA. containing 1700 acres more or less, hammock land ta | : late of Gadsdeu county, will present her final account Woolfe w beicaolieuLThereupon
ttr. operate upon Ixrjic.r. Wjurt from during wini i considerable portion of which is now under good Thomas White 1 In Justices Court, for the See- to the Judge of Probate of said count r. and ask to be notice is given to all persons ha vice
befor theclAis a distance. 'j rrwSUreClUUERoflrrifur; ulebi* we1 liknowii cultivation. CR. > ond District of Leon County, discharged. MARY D. 0.SIBLEY, Admfx. claims against said estate to appear and file the sane
frey of charge-they being required JL Plantation, M Casa de Nathaniel White. ) | with the Judge of Probate of said b-
only to board. i Lago. lying on the south j -ALSO- Dtbl $21 24 June 20. 57. 25-6m county on or
pay 'I *id* of Luke: Jackson, six mile from Tallah'snee 'T1HE defendant and t fore the 12th day of December next, when there will
all others
250 lest are notified
TERMS acres more or of Pine the hereby
: j containing 1200 acres, more or l li-is, 750 of which j Landadjoining X of the be a rrvrata distribution of the funds beloocin to
arc Richmond Bath commencement of this suit returnable
tract ia Richmond to aJustice' Notice
Board ten dollar monUi. 1 In county, with im- ; t said estate, the creditors which
and per Medical attention a fine tale cultivation.. ((400 recently cleared)- i provenei.ti. / Court, to be held ut Tallalmfsee on the 12th tI amongst thereof; at

lar rate Sargicil* of the operation, will be charged at the regu ;;I the balance excellent! w'O'jd laud, well timbered au-J j -AtsoA day October, A. D. 1657, and to appear and plead S IX months after date the undersigned administrator I I time 'he said Wiliiam: H. Andrews will apply fr his
city final from
; wtll watered. to the same. of the estate James W. Strange, deceased discharge the administration of Mid estato-

W. G. BULLOCH. M. D. | The irnprovetnctiU are a comfortable and well built i Lot at Richmond Bath, with a comfortable and Given under my hand and seal this 24th day of late of Gadsden county will present his final account ; THOMAS CHACZ.

JUUIAH HARRISS, M. D. dwelling, with verandah* in the front and re&r, und i neat single story Dwelling and convenient out houses, July, A.D. 1857. to the Judge of Probate of said county and ask to bd Judge of Probato.
Sept. 19. 1857. 8 contain ten known at the Trowbridge Houe and Lot. discharged therefrom. March 7, '57. 10-9m
:_ large untight rowi *, well! f1IJishQI, and a"! EDWARD M. WEST [i.. a.] _
hall If I not previously disposed of, the Burke Plantation
twtlve -
feet wide. besides E. S.
pnutnes. closet*, dres- Justice of the Peace. I SHEPARD, Adm'r.
AttachmentJohn ting rooms, Ac; the kitchen and laundry are attached | will be sold at Wnynesborrt'. arid th. Florida Plantation July 25, I7. SO-Jm' July 4. 1857. 27-6m Circular Saws.
i to the dwelling t/y a covered at T JWmii cc, at public outcry, on the first -. -
A. Grant ) way; a large awil J ub-
t*. Leon JueticesCouit,2adDi Court. 1 staotisl gin bouse, a grint mill and cotton screw, Monday in December next. Term libera!. For Jane R. Wilson Center L. Hnuli- I Notice. WELCH fc GRIFFITH'S. and HOE fc GO'S
> i (new) are under one cover; a ten homo further information, apply to JOHN II. WHITEHEAD ton and N. I !. Saws, from 42 to 64 inches sixe.'eoo-
Katluioicl Lucy Uaughton.'biswife
WJiitc j Debt $*7 00. table) drive* the gin and grist mill a engine (null\\x>r- personally, at Balh, or by letter, addressed William W. Wilson. and OIX Months after date, the undersigned administra- stantly for sale at a co .niision oo macufaetnror'ipricesby
rPIIK def.-n lant and all sugar to bitn at j tor of the estate of'Lewis M.Saunders
others iotcrt (.*<], are hereby overseer's I4ouee.rIgroca1)n., cri'*, Berzelin Columbia county deceased. D.LADD.
tabletcarriage- il. Wilson Wmuini i
J. notiSMof the commencement of this suit, house, smithy and work-khop, nil of the beet structure THOMAS M. BKRKIE.V. 1 Cornelia by late of Leon county, will made bi* final exhibit to Newport. December 20. 1856. 51
W. Wilson <
returnable to a Juliet's Cwurt to be held at'lV.Lbn I and in excellent condition-(he whi'Iecoii.titutitigon JOHN R. WHITEHKAD, T.' .. her O'Xt friend, tbe Judge of Probate of said coanty. and ask to be

lee, oil 1118! 9th day of November, A. I.). 1 857, aud lo ; of the most desirable and be t improved places in CHARLES W. WEST, f "tri' John Cs discharged JOSEPH B-CHRISTIE. AdtntVI Notice.

appear and plead t>i the came, this sect icn. The place is well supplied with well THOMAS W.NEALY, J lirtm McDugall, Executor of WitIn Chancery-In I A prill B, '5 7- 16-Cm l .

Oiren uoJer my Land and seal this 25ti day of nnd spiing water ol excellent quality betides August 22, 1857. 84-tds Wilson deceased. William the Circuit Court rrn uudersgned. Executor, otb, last aril
Aogiwt, A. I). 1857. cisteitt near the l a large W. Dutton. Leaoder G.Ball and Middle Circuit of I India Rubber Will
engine. 'lheliiketwhjid Packing.
testament William
u beautiful Julia A. Ball his wife Gorman decease'1 late of
EDWARD M. WEST [L, a.] view i ic obtained from the dwelling nffordu abun I Corn and Cob Crusher. Munger and Mary D. ,Hunger-, Florida,Leon Co. INDIA Rubber Packing, of all tbicknease*. from 3 Gadsden county, gives notice to all persons ,harm?

August, 15'LSavannah Justice.of the Peace. dance of H b at all tmie, arid wild fowl in the win GRANGER'S: patent Corn and Cob Crusher I his wife, Naomi VV. Dutton, a JL 16 to i inch, constantly on hand at D. LADD claims or demands ngaio&t said estate to pi-went1

ter rnt.ith*-beside* no excellent pasture for a large the Agency for the sale of tbes superior minor William Henry McAIisler.RogettnEIizabetbMcAIister- Newport. Oct. 18, 1856. 42 them properly nathenti&ited. witbin tnff firtiti precrfbed -
stock, for the raising t.f which this plate is pcculiurly Cob Crunlicrc it I f Py law
unequaled is said to any iu ,or they will he barred ; and all tboce
Medical College 'adopted. the Co ntry. A stick of these Crushers, will bu on Laura E. MoA lister, a minor, I Notice indebted arc requested to make paymeat immediate
HE The above, from it* convenience to town, railrojul band early this coming Full. Price viry low, considering and Adelia Bertha Wileoo. ly. ROBERT GORMAN. ExtY.

/I lir ANNUAL COURSE of LECTURES will schools, good society,
foexf.commcwt on tho first Monday in November the lands and localit u a valuable investment for these size. Price uniforn throughout the county. IT filed in this cause, that all the above named de O othe"estate of Thomas Reynolds deceased, late

Person wishing to purcbue would do well to look Forfurtber particulars, call and examine furyourie ve* fendants, except John McDougftll reside beyond the of Leon county, will present bis final account arid Burning Fluid *
FACULTY at the premise, which Till bo shown Mr. D. E. stock for'a vouchers to the Hon.Judge Probate of said
: by so soon a* a sample arrive*. jurisdiction of this Court, and beyond the limit of county
It. ATOL ) M. Mason, iu ray abcc-ncr. this State but and ask to be (heebanred.JE39E. A SUPERIOR received and
D., Fractice Medlciu.. D. LADD. within the United States ; It itordeitd, OF QU&L1TY.juat
!). It!. KOLLOCK. M. D. Obtetrl. ALSO- Newport, July 6, 1856. 27 That said defendant. William W. DntUm, Leander ; AVERHT. Exeeutor. sale b AMES 4 LIVELY.

W.O. BULLOCH. M D, Surgery. O. Ball and Julia A. Ball bia wife, .. Monger $ept. 12. 1857. 37SinNotice. January 31/1357. 6*

J. O.HOWARD. M. D, Anatomy. For ale, about 60 NEGROES-priio* and acclimated PLANTATION FOB SALE and Mary D. Moogtr, his wife, Naomi W.Dutton a -
.: JUBIAH HARRISS. M. D ; also, the com and fodder of the growing minor, William Henry MeAlister
PbysIoWr. Rosetta Elizabeth
WILL sell
'* crop, the horses, mule, cattle, and I oo the first Monday b December next, Insolvent Estate Notice.
J.;R; HEAD. II. DMafcrU Medica. sheep bog; the .before the Cuurt.-hou.edoor the McAlister. Laura E. MtAlister, a minor, and Adelin
JOSEPH JONES. M. D loubold and kitcbeo furniture, tb. wagoo and m city of Talla Bertha Wilson, and r ETTER3 Administration -
Cliemirtrr. hassee, the Plantation belonging to lbs of appear SflWup the Bill filed in bating been granted State of Florida >
.cartsUnckmitband estate Dr. ,
J. J. WEST, 3f. D, Demonstrator. implements carpenter's tool, and all the James Whitehcad. This place is four mile North of this cause on or before tbe first Mondav in December JL/ to me on tbe 3d day September, 1855, by the Jeffernon county f
Tin Preliminary course of Lecture will hubuodry,Ixlonging to the plantation. next; otherwise, the cornplainant'bilfball; be taken Hon.Jadgo of Probate for tbe
Tallahassee take of Leon
cornwcnc* A Jackson it containing convtj ,State TylTM.J.CLAYTCW.; : 'dminislmtor.ofth esU a
great bargain will be
oo ttui Jttb October next. Clinical Lectures will) W for tU. whole gifX-p to *n approved purcbftifr two((22,00)) b
deliver rejuUrlT flt the City Hospital. Ttf Ii In ti- treated for nt prrrat*prty.Muvhleb*a6'-tpUtili .t< may be in Hickory land, about one-half cleared aud under cul. once a week for dor month preceding the said Rule aid county deceased,all debU and demand ofwbatoeTer *f eased, baa filed tor the Proba office Jefferson

tBtkm'wIIl">inmod te .ver 100 patient. For Monday tirntion. the balance io ood The Day December, in some newspaper publubedin nature against the estate of said Simon Par- a written that he belieres ha
January next, wbo. If oof .oiJ] l all land improvements cvnnty suggestion I estate -
farther pwlleolar addrei except the good. '_ the (lit7 or 'Fa11baas1ee. tndge, deceased, which shall not bo exhibited to Joseph W,
wtti be offered the me Clayton, to be insolvent.
oa at
J. O. HOWARD, Deaa. t .: prmU:' oOA public: ;outcry.CROOM Comfortable Dwelling sod aH necessary out bouses, -Ordered at Ciuimus. thisseve'BUeDth day of July. as'ndminmtrator aforesaid, within two years a* prescribed Thereupon notice' is given to all persons havla(
A. D
JuIrl J85l -9-Zm : Scpt:!2 ; ? "R. 39-ld.-- Gin House Screw, Barns, Corn HooeaOrerMer' 857. J. WAYLE3 BAKER, Jndre. by tbe itatste of the State of Jtoridam such claims against said estate fo appear and file the same
Loose,and Oabina to accommodate Joly 18. 185k 2-4rx case made and provided aball forever afterward- U with the before
suit.I8ACKS4VERPOOLI M -t rfe-fc .IK.-' i .. .- one hundred nogroei Jodge. of Probt of said eotmty, oo or
Salt, 'Cod Uver Oil. "v. -- all framed and hi good repair., ..Person*wishing barred; and notice h hereby gi'f ea. to all;'awdltnr*. the 8thdaj of Mirth next,>be thereJiH hi rf
4'v_ tn examine the place will apply to Mr. O, II Green :- Nail9 legate and Mreona, entitled to distribution that their pro rsthrihotiooo1ti fends Tfcelongiufr **
1,00( in fine oru r .Tqg&it 4 t iyWE,0f tbe 4obtdfid Brnn ,__ taodbr p.rjimes,and fur sale I1 day ot assorted NAILS forale in lots
Clark the
S. ifimao LCo.t1stcWi. >SIe.! 100 to CAIB ptrkxl aforesaid, unless exhibited within the the said Win.J.Clayton, will apply for fefcfinal: die'
ItMcVilTOHT, ORMOXP A CO. Fur aah! jby 4AlIiS LIVELY JOHN B. WHITEHEAD. Ext'r.ept. purchaser at reduced price, by tame and this notice will be plead m bar thereof. charge from the adiuiaistratoo oteaki estal .

April 4, M .April, I lhgf;. 14 : 1?, 1857. 88-Uh [Senlcopy.- .(ay &, 'bf. Cl D.C. WILSON. JOHN C;. POWELL, A'Jmfr. ;THOMAS J.CHACJttdg* of ProUW.-
50rt. 1S57.
6-8m sept. 18ST.J .

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