The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: January 16, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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: -' (Carts.C0.:: I I General JIeHNIflMq' l eUrr" nUll or version of facts his opponents may from the Journal of Commit: '<:. I The Doctor and his Patient. t) Ii*." ;' M & .
professional ilr I'ence.lJe. ; Plicnomena .
be show Lightning ;
to wife
.. Tlie I :('W "i'oiK I h'l alll publishes' the In!l- challenged any I Of all the professions trades or occupa.tions "My "1id.a ( np
I t Iween the circumstances under which Lafayette I Our voluminous rccoids of thunder and carotf' ri
that the minds of that of p dfirtstte
Idler from (Ten. I I engage men. I
M1LENKSH I I lowing ilciuiingsenV : and Kosciuskn took part in the war ofli'Jeandeuiee i lightning continue to afford the most satisfactory : phvsicians is the most diversified. In locating I Ihd dl.h! wf"a. T..i" J.1
\ .\'III'OTUDlC.. JO, 1857.'J'o and he in the civil war oI'NIcniagd.'f ; : .
;. i {zslMiiony of the protection which met- ho has to find out the constitution of: .Why; Cal! "JP4.! r 11I
D K ALKES IK&RPGS i! Ho.\ A. II.I I STII'IU !' ; vrluch are not in favor of the I legjtimaiy I nls afibrd agSlnst the effects of this wonderful .. How, =t
THK: :>S ; I I those he is called upon [a fisit, for it is frequently I couJ4 you, ,
of his acts! I He was called in by a I
I meteor. .
PAINTS) Dutr iS'ir In with I I the case that success may he owing f By throwing it t.o; o '
It conformity 30111ex government which hatll'rc\, occupying No- case of loss of life by lightning 1H an down 0
and of f come plump.
i to
deep thorough knowledge
:! more a
MEDICINES 01LS'I press desire, I beg leave to enclose sonic ,: al! the country except Granada, that it had : !rn'cssl, steamboat, or vesse! furnished r; 1"r"ltx'Vnnted ,J. .
f the constitution of the than \
patient more com* I 1n ti :
notes on Central I Ainctican mntteis. You lie ;. f'
the of the
sympathies majority. repaired with metallic lightning! conductors has \ t
WOULD inform their friend and tbe public 1 i .i I will perceive from tli) "ir pr>ros.altthat! the hulk i the disasters his paity: had met with. He : been reported.: The same woudeilu, as yet. I monplaco applications.! an illustration of II: A young f fadj in ,naE _fm .r
band good assortment of HC I exemption this, we will relate an Anecdote of one of our "J
on a of tho of Central Aftterica is Indian French l "rI
taking on
population whole! of the republic Irl."
conquered territory hac been observed} I
in their line of businosknnd as to iron bui'olingsntll ftfids
geucrallj kept old who if he will sW
articles as are physicians, phy-ic barififotelTThe
.; Indian {lhb 'j.
Indian to
will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Tlich -an not resembling : and! was elected Piesidont by fl rote of !ihe rail'ond cars. Two deaths by lightningsince I I I to go :bal < "
tries other the
terms shall be reasonable.Tallfthassee !I of the Novili American continent( -hunter, IIl:1joritJ-that is to say, a majority ol that railroad cars have been in use, have oc- not cure. means as case mayrequire. I I 'Ark.nuw'T'ntt ,..j1,!tI

April 9th 1853' ,,_ 14.. __ nomadu and savage-but of the race that very incustiioiis class of which I have above : cuned to ;persons standing; on the outside i }been l t.i'I !
had been I
Dr. D the
o' H. Nash Cortez, Pizarro and the Spanish conquerors made mention. He defended the country i platform of a train dining n thunder storm. I. long attending I (ii rent ens the *rill't, iiftI( i :t .
Dr. Miles found h rilt"s it i is hut stationarj I piiysiciqfa lady: U ng past her teens, and I
I :l1 : tnie, a gallantly against the assaults of four foreign furnished by way? ot'repriial'rho
: sage
lightning aHoctedv.i! !\ certain disorders incident I .
TilE C1TIENt4 OF to ,
r..orr.sIONA1. .VI"EII TO \ a
illS dbfcile inihifclnous I i .
TV1S j agiicnhnral people patient, driven from it the '
ASD8CD.1I.0IXPIXOCOCSTI.: I :.Stales, was c"ny by conductors have afforded protection to !tif,% I want of and the of late Re?. "i-.I. .
TALLAUAStI occupation care a family.
and who hat! built I
Dr. M. Nasb/mmtdlJtlrf! ) eastof superstitious, I unauthorized interference of a United States with but two exceptions :-one death She sends for the doctor in season and nut of great rrng and a great: t. AI t:1:
and raised !
0fFIOEth '. large cities stupendous temples, officer. The ground I assumed in a recent lightning occurred i.n. ',?55, at North Prairie.1 season, he rushes out in,a 2:40 pace and finds you arc;V'; ert>.J .
whose altars smoked indeed the blood of
May 19 1S55. JODrs 011 letter to the honorable Secretary of State, : Wfl 1 jfnd one at \ alden, Vermont, in 1857 I his well but sad one day wih pfpi in. t .V
__ patient, physically perfectly ,
human victims. The rest Cf the population, that but for such interference President \ "
I in buildings furnished with lightning I Idol again Yes, Madam/ replied e 1 .
NOt1cI. ; rods.'I'I and lonelr! and of course afflicted with blues. > ,
t nIEDlf.AL_. .. which may amount to from bue-quarter to er would not have had to abandon :11k-1 These are the only cases of which All lie do is to administer tincture" "burning it." S !
I I II can a 1. ,
one-third of the whole consists of the admixtuie
gun is abundantly confirmed by the m's account in which metallic rods : 1- of"sm4ri.t io .
any lightning Some enumerator
with few of tnd the
Bond drops pepper.r:7iif (
a ,
Robertson &
I of Indian and blood I III patient .
Spanish, negro I of"the President of Costa Rica, from which I I' failed to protect life ; and had 1 been able to I is well for a day. I pared the man who marrieiVfr i
formed a (o piitncrfbipin! the practic mingled and roiutermiiigled ill every irnagiI subjoin an extract. examine these two I have I I l >
HAVIXfJ otTer their service l<) :lio cit.izeni II nable,! Tho Indian I II cases immediately, On one occasion, a cold blustrous night, to a poet, bc"ause he '. ""J tr'" "
degree. races are .
pn'siol1. pure It is true that he attributes to his own sagacity no doubt I should have found records left by : the doctor had, turned in :; = .
of Tallahassee and surrounding country. just wrapping himi i! Ye 0\. :::
tho s&il
the people! who cultivate who i : i.i"t.
Bet I a result which was only due to thointerference the lightning that would have exonerated ilfo } A local tI
C3f- Office over the Store latolj UtfiTtopHd) bj had. I self snugly in his blankets, with the hope of h4Ltt
t.n .t Hi :!. : who Ii;'ve never : nil}' shue in govornmint i I II of C lpt. Dn i i1111, to the scizmo '! rods Irom this apparent failure of dUI). 1 a quiet sleep, when a loud rap aroused him. I' The ex-President df ..Codrvin Clob
F'b. 28, '67 0-tf I and are dragged (as pucces-; of the schooner (;irunada.: This act the! We meet with no case of loss of life of tel.egr.thl : Who is siek ?I" inquired the doctor murmuring. I another''a I W.t
I hive factions cetulanl fiom theiril! i.y..r
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I adtninistiation has visited with its censure, operations lighlung. during thunder that which no man ;wants, i '
0 C
E" BAnNARD) JI' ling labors to fight for the mixed race. This I
through the Secretary of the Navy, who f-toims. t Miss Sally Strickland, sir 'I 1 r has be would not part withforunto14wlthr.
WII.T ('O:" :. IHi: mixed ace i is in a stat of rapid moral and ; blame (':ipt. Davis, for giving "p the schooner ; These facts arc full of interest and will dead ; expect shell the before you get there." Answer : 4. bald head.!'. .. -, .
physical tege"eracy.! A large majority auburn I (;iianada to -Nicaraguaiis.: I beg lr.-ne serve to tranquilize the minds of pel'I I "
many I'll be the doctor exclaiming "
DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS with the taint of dUea&e : t along, says Do you know the prisonerMr./ .
( hereditary ,
to reniaik that it was given up to till Costa sons traveling in railroads I cars and in steamboats to himself, d Miss I'll to "" lq'r.
Sally, Yes
SIUX .J53 i .-n try to the bone. %
1I1K OLD STAM" revolutions sinn- the
fDAT and the incessant
rfpauiaids ; -
: Ilicans. Tho censure of a public servant i is", during thunder storm*, and serve to allay !- I cure her this time." What is his character1" : V'**,v J
were liven out, the general! decay of however nni tho reparation of a public ; the fears of remaining in iron .
persons ; The doctor plods along through mud and 'know he had.n
MOIiTAK cities, of : OF TilE H a I wrong, : you agree ships during storms mire, cold and lain, studying his application. Does h live nearyout"; .
the abandonment! of plantations dui! of mo ill considering that the people! of the I ni- and be the means of inducing persons to have When he arrives at the dwelling of Miss Sally So near" that he has. 'ooljfirewood J9l.:

Tallahassee.January mines, altfct how r.tteily: I visionary is thihut : led States would better get lid of that responsib'fy i lightning rods affixed to their dwellings. I I he finds her usual in rather.a '4
fUracrof CliiitrtnfltiJ] Monroe streets( as depressed in eight year*. -f, .
tell-'uiclioration be ;
idea ; can ex ?
any and discreetly further the i Lightning sometimes! imparts to1 steel and
10, If:.. 3, more state uf mind. .
J J'ctl'd.W j. futmo interests of tho country by repealing : cast iron the magnetic properties of the load! Doctorshe said feebly, "I to Mother, said luta. ,j by fh ,v ei.
JHLIHCAL, !NK. OI'1CE.: 1 hesitation in lerord expect I've got such a 6 headache .
have no putting on
The needles of
certain clauses ol! the neutrality ws, than stone. compasses on }boardof I die moment I am low. Can i a
every ; very >; .
"a conviction that five after that country throat t. tcfy" : .
my years by the moot successful treaties with Spanish vesSel struck by lightning are sometimes "
do for ?
GOIO"J.. I.. I'AI.MiU.: I j Americanized, as some day it will be, I II I IJ affected the Jon anything me I Have you, mJde: d I A.
American governments! of this continent. so by lightning as to bo useless i The doctor feels her puJse, nothing, the hy.
its pioductiMi in sugar and c of Fee viI ap. the wel. you shall hare aomndTtcM: '
DrGORMN( & PALMER I J to navigator. I matter wanted The
sirery trlfly,
am, merely company. doc-I "
I pioach or equal that of Cubi at present ; and I II I The free Us- of cold water sprinkled or no matter, retorted I ib4' :
associated themselves petber in the that its mineral products will fdllitte: hort i Your obedient seivant, i i tor becomes commnnica'ire.! chin, I've got 'em, 6trf hey, '( W.J.'I"f' :
HAVING I thrown on the bodies of struck I
i of Medicine nnd Surgery, offer their HKXNING.SKN.( persons by :, Miss Sa'ly, I was having a ttr.iie! dieamwhen I
\ polei ual services to the citizens uf Waukeetiahanil of California now. I say, Americanized, C. F. I lightning! has: been attended with! the most servant awoke! mo." I A RETOItT.-DulDas ijefpn4I* .
I your
c luutry.Anguftt ,. refeiriiig to our own )people ; because, with salutary effects. I .What was it'C' she eagerly inquired. days of wearing some dozen or jnornecor*:
1;, 1857. S3; an instinct prophetic, of their destiny, this is Where Mosquitoes come From. Our confidence in iron wire of r lions of ribbons 'or A
___ ._ ___ -.- a quarteror c I dreamed I was dead, continued the consisting crosses.
h. : the term by which tho Spanish: and Indian know how 5-lflths( of inch in diameter, in i friend *Ofb
Many people arc puzzled to : an one continuous doctor C aind descended into the lower regions recently prolested I0otapfcf t

JOHN B.; LLOYD races designate them ; yet if )by any great I these pests! of summer originate, and thpy piece, remains iindiininished. Wire mere I mef the 'Old Scratch \\,11\ I Iil.t'l you're n walkingrainbowrwith ftese-rlbbon;

.4u.o"ti0l1CC1" convulsion of natuiu those races could be to- i II for such a rod can be obtained for a single ;, me to view ha? dominions. The[ inmate I: which are ibe oTor.I'k "Of.thgrp1o,
fie natural his S
tallcut oil fiom communication With the : may gratified by a chapter on *'
AN DCOMMISSION I dollar. read of iu the fable j':1terr
jl I were engaged in different occupations I te 1N, .1'
MERCHANT people of the United Slates, it is my firm }belief I I tory, furni::!hcd by a living entomologist : The loss of life by lightning within the last -some playing cards others swindling their 'I 1

that in fifty years-and probably within !I The mosquito proceeds from the animnlcula I I IS months within the field of our research neighbors in fine all tho pursuits hy followed I' An exchange advises the"wvs.oCrnel*

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. half that peiiod-the mixed races would be ;I l co 1111I on I. called the wiggle tail." I I exceeds i100 persons ; and the loss of prop. I during; life, they continued there.- I of Congress to follow! .theijrlori i JIIf'ff.*
and stick them
Jilyl9.1856. 29-ly I entirely wiped out by the Christianized Indian I II I took a )bu\vl of clean water and set it in the i I city by lightning, within the same time, I When IU got through he proclaimed to the ington to IJii 1t..J.

-- BERRYTAuctioneer -- I and the Christianized( Indian: in turn, sun. In a lew days some half a dozen wig-I,, amounts to many millions of dollars. four quarters of his dominions that all should I i uAmlnotaliltle'pa1tl".ipq4li il

R H. ; conquered and aftimilati-d: by the wild heathen werc'ioible.. These continued I I II have who short and d
tails" been
i gu to Two powder rnngazines destroyed I go to bed, for,' said he, Sally Strickland was corluent,.. JT7
and Commission j Indian. In Gautemala, wh.ch alone con- increase in size till they were three-sixteenths by lightning, one on the Island of Rhodes, will be here directly', and there'll be no sleepin I bachelor. !' YOU I look ,<'\X&&togJ&igl. '.
MERCHANT. I lainhalf the population of Central America, ofanii.chin length. As they approached on the Cth of Nov, 185G, and the other at hell! for a month.) was fife blontfeplj; 1 ; *. 'It '". { ) (1

this is already) ob\'ions. The Indians, many I their maturity, they remained longer at the Joudporr, Persia, on the 10th of Aug., 1857. The Doctor's increa. I
Yu.ini,>HK, Fla.,Sept.29, 1855. 3'JT I speedy departure was Pleasant enough, bat toong, ..tfcl$c
years ago, were only prevented from cxtei- surface, seeming to live in the two mediums The great loss of life and of property mentioned III
-. sed to flight by the sight.of &. broomstick, nor LhohJtJa..:DrELInl.wJm.j" _
KNIGHT I niina'ing the mixed population ]because Carrera I of air and \vateafinally, they l formed chr)"- I Ii here, icsuliud fiom these t\\u, explosions. flourishing! actively in his rear, }ut tbe remedy for playinjr'marWes on Sin al.

S. ltill15l'1fII Indian, was gained over by i ais! form, and byjm increased specific gl avi. I I II Powder magazines and powder mills : I '.ViS effectual. asked, ".Do job know "whew* ,

AUCTIONEERS! COMMISSION MERCHANT the clergy, and by a few families who have I ty sank to the bottom of the bowl lli-re, in i should not be allowed in the vicinity of human boys go who arw'wib'kpd enough ':rIaIi'

T.tIA4AffASEC, FLO KID A. bowed to his despotism! because hu can hold : a few hours, I preceived a hort, black furze j jnr I II : habitations, and in all cases should; be Cairo got her Bad Reputation,' Lit.-a on Sunday !" IIo'rephiedimiizIiot

the Christianized Indians in check. But in I hair glowing oat on every side of each, '! abundantly supplied with metallic lightning low I r Yes .
iitetr1,1t65, 05 cently, rcorn.e on eo gde f
of tin Cairo lii. Times and
The editor
the of these are the I'agan Maya Indians, the firm of minute of ( )
---- -- --- --- -- roar ill it assumed 1 a caterpil conductors, as on ships war. I mon and some on 'em do1i'I3dj

HUGH .\. ORLEY: who have swept through Yucatan, de\'a-ta-! l'r. And thus its specific gravity being counteracted I, So-ne: time since we received a letter from I Delta, who is trying to write that place: up ol the river. J'I goes I I l"

at Law I ting nearly every town, occupying nearlyeerv IL'htei.ed, it readily floated to I Ii Dr. I'o'iulin, PhysicianinChief to the Military I thus accounts for her terrible reputation : '

Attorney portion of Its territory, and b\ whom! i the nl face, and; the slightest breath of air ; Hospital) at Paris, saying: that he i is oc- l Years :ago when we'first became a Cai- Whyisncblt i gelling broke"fito' .i&f lI .

.\LL A H 'SSIFl., ..\. ,11 the Chiisti.ini/.cd I Indians t\ ::1111., as rerlainlysubdued : wafted it against the sido of the bowl. In a I I II rupir-d in the collection of materials for a I roite, the reputation of the place was decidedly I lady getting married t

J:nn ry 17,1857._. -" and absotbrd as the mixed race I \'l'I"I"w icf snacu, : of time: aflerwaid. t the warm: J phvsical, medical and philosophical: historyof i hard Strangers stopping in the placefor I Kase he is going through the. "lMdarceremony. :

-------- -- -'-- - I rooted out {'i'ventually bv them. I need not I! atulUslhere! halchi'd: out tho fly, and it tc ->- I electricity, and i is desirous of obtaining} a change of boats considered the said)' I ,+ ":. '

RICHARD BRADFORD' .' remind von that in the Mexican tciritoii-s ; :ipeil, lea iug its tiny hou-e upon tluvatoi.. facts Iii reference to lightning ; 'and recentlyI I of their baggage by no means ceitaiti, I The following' toast was given recently by !

ATTORNEY AT LAW the savage is everywhere steadily encroacli- lluw bouutit'uler li-iw s-iinjtlo !I I !hall; a Ic-tvi! from K. B.1 Forbes, tho (li (lini I their chances of escape without a bullet hole ant I! a stricken young man': I II

lug on the rffefc: civilization of .Mexico.A I I A tier the water hid: guile through \\itli I II i gui-hod philanthropist, sning that Sir W. I in .their carcasses about five to five. Citizens I:I TIne ladies-may w"e kiss tho gills \r**

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. i small portion of this mixed lace in Central i thiS process, I found it perfectly free from : Snow; 1 Harris I of England, is preparing a work I observing the foolish trepidation of such I please, and pleat'hegirt3, w 'kiaS.. ".* ., 1
Office iu the Post Office Buildiiijj.) tI ''
t ( I Arneiica, in both of the main parties into : the : on lightning, and is desirous ol having a copy would about them *
I th-rt-foro I I held
: 53, ''7. 21 animtlLMil-:! cnnie to conelusoui persons carelessly gather ; At a recent fair in Polk. ity, Iowa,
: _May_. OJ ___.__ I I which they are divided, are incurable! faei of records of that phenomenon. Our re- their
:: that tliis wiglt' tail" is a species my i perhaps lounges baggage ; display (accident'.y I I the most noticeable feature..of : the whole exhibition -
.} WILLIAM"SCOTT, i tionists, whose trade is revolution. Tliorc! i the jhnrki"! havjsig dcvi-uri-d whole! tribes cold of lightning is so :'voluminous that a full of course) the handle of a'ten pound %'8S" a large cage, coptaiaing.' ; two ferocIous -

: ATTOlfti IEY TMONTICELLO LAW, however, a majority fully aware of the factsto I, of t .imiu.ilculat.ikis, : to himself \\iuigs, and I copy will cover a thousand pages of foolsca p- cleaver ; a ten inch butcher knife, or the poleof I wild cats, and oh a,placard over thecage
I" wl.icti I have been advc-iting, and l who size Even to give a synopsis of such I II concealed about V
FLA'mVj escapes into a di.'lVicnt! medi'itn' to torture paper. hatchet, partly thir I in large letters, was tho following inscription
30 t 1 jan i: look to Arnpiicani/ation of the country mankind and deposit eggs upon (the water to I a record is a great work, and! were it not I Ii persons: and commence; with a perfect sangfroid : Nebraska, Bank.Direct rsEr:

S0.18S3. -- ._ ____ ____ I If : as the or.ly: hope of averting its declino i into '. l product other "' wiggle t.ild," who' i" turn i that I am blessed with an excellent memory} 1 1I a COI\'crsntion. perhaps in the following I hibited for llu exclusive benefit Nebraska

ulter baibarigm and ruin One: of theso parties it would bo a greater labor than I can at bill '.
Beuj. F. Young I ,I produce other mosquitoes.I : I strain : holder V
!i is designated tho democratic, die other I'r(?(n t undertake.A I Bob, were at the ball last I
A Jlliill 1 ili.V/J I I has accepted the appellation, originally givento I I I Any man who has kept house, with a I II brief summary of my records of this and i"say, you A: certain Irjsh attorney( !threatened to prosecute
cistern in his has doubtless observed I night
A yitSOLICITOR : it by its adversaries, of senile. When the yard, of earthquake phenomena were, in 18-15, presented Yes Real nice time, 'rom-fout men a Dublin printer for l.nseitmlr.the deathof

IN EQUITY, Spaniards were driven out tho former prevailed I the.same effect every summer. OJHMI Jour i to tho Academy of Sciences at Paris, bury 'em this .- Put a l living person! The"menace5, concluded
in the morning.- '
cistern cover .in- morning mosquito kied. Ill with the remark that hId
practc; in the Court of the Eastern Cir Nicaragua; but in the reaction, by M. Arago. Since his death I have not :: swaro crate end sunk 'em in no printer publish
WILL Federal Court, I season, and millions of thorn will fly up in -. i al n fedth, unless apprised of the fact bj the
of Florida, jtml the consequent on its excesses, the peiviles, that made any communication to that AcademuThe ) I, the Stunk some."
I fact1. Close the windows of "
(or'ICK AT OAINSTILLK, ALACHUA COUNTY.) is to say, the old aristocratic families, the I your your room season of the year for active thunderstorms "I ld. the fight-most beautiful! ECu party deceased* V '
I at at the risk of being stnvtliered for saw
: RBfEKXXCES: I employees of the Spanish government and I want: or air, being careful ut tho samu timepreviously I ill this district of country has passed I Lirkiu droppcd his 'innards' the first rake he II Billy how did yoo l se'jdar' _;!.

CAIT. J. J. Li'CAS, ) i their friends, representing exactly xvhat was 1 exclude and b-it it is sometimes tho case that thunder and received froifi DoN Noel's tooth-pick. He Easily enough,": ,si4. .Billy. ul'tJIJppo.o'\, \

Coi.PIASLK J. D.& THOMPSON AIU, )\ Chat'lesion, S. C. I represented in this country by the lories in 1 to bed with to a pitcher every of that mo.-quito same cistern go lighting accompany snow storm, and there :i flickered out laughing at the pretty )Hck.I ? you did, but how.V'your'n .".gue : yoiad..Jqa.C:
: the of independence-obtained tho as instances recorded by us where? thunder, i( Ufn ( ben wht'ro mine was"'Tbd'
Dx. JAMES S. JOXES, Tallahattft, Flo. i war water in the room, and( enough will breed are I Ah, it was beautiful! But that infernal butch
were again overturned and again I balls have been thrown miles into a don't oitfeslfcm." Wel1ittbdi'
cendency, many
Jun.667. 23 whose wizzen you clipped, hacked and mv ,
from it during the night; to satidctory er,
.- -- established, through a countless series of revolutions : i amount of trouble. Intact you: any, bland- I clear atmosphere, in which no cloud was stabbed Mark's carcass so awkwardly that I must know" said Bu1I'. i fa'rf. tffiirt It tff

A. PERRY AMAKER, always in a diminished minority ; I bballow half in midI within the field of vision. E. MERIAM. took it to b his first set to.' Mark, poorfellow or else steal the trap." i -
pool, a
iig: by a stagnant
ATT8EHBY AT LAW till, through recent events and by foreign interference I Brooklyn Heights, Dec. 20, 1857. did his best, but of course he couldn'tfight ; I
umiiC'r'e day, you lila)' see the wigglc tails"beconine What i is the difference betTr e'risVee* >
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. that servile party, represented by and in close quarters wih fctrf rsrl." rivalr ,
Martinez! and dwindled i perfectly developed mosquitoes, Wentworth and Dougkfsi : ful lover and lila : V-V" t { V .
Mtytl. 1853. 20 the government '; they will rise fiorn Iho surface of the water, oln this style conversation would be kept Tho ono kisses his miss and] the othr. is
--- --- faction is established Wentworth editor of the Chicago:
-- down to a mere temporarily John when the
EDWARD M. WEST. 1 1and fly into your face and ting JOU Whats I up a few ttrinutes, party recolectnl sea' hh !is. : .
: that is to draws men and resources .. .t,
minutes "
say fe'nico! V
Democrt, : that it had been ten they -
: necc-bssiiry to know at this day i is, has there says I -
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, from about one.third of diiHiiJhin tho country. j 3'tt been discovered any positive exterminator I When the repeal of tho Missouri compromise bickered," under pretext of gelfing : drink TIll TOOT11AtItM.My' }vdear Meimf7said

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. It would no doubt be highly of that great pest and disturber of i.igbt's I wan ngitutod, tho House of Representatives I would disperse.i Th'o trvtcs, perhaps, II., "I catj euro your tootfiachatteV

A-fril I,185G. 14 n philanthropic point of view,' if by tho contrivance blumbcrs the mosquito ?JAn i and! tho! prjpiietor of this paper, us a would scarcely recover flU horror thus minutes." i j/ .- t ".

-- -' i of ingenious diplomacy! these politicians I member of tho House, was doing his part to occasioned, before a citizen rolling an empty How ? how ? inquired ,Do' iK-ia. '. .. ai.,

Anderson J. Peeler, and pal; ties in Central America, and Eloquent Prayer. defeat it, one night, about \'Z o'clock, Judgo I barrel by them, would bo acosted by another Instantly," sakUV..I n .11

contiguous regions, could bo induced to sub II from the Senate citizen. Have Fy, 1
Douglas: camo over directly you any alum ss jn .
Attorney and Counsellor at Law side into a united happy family till the scttlene In the I House of KeprcscnJntives: on tluItlth >
to his seat, and with a great deal of warmth Hank, what. are you going to eb with Yes. If. '
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY, t of tho country by colonists from the ( nIL, tie Uev. Aiuhow (I s. Cnrnihcrs of- I said : that!" Bring it and some,common :i8l l ti1' .

NEW PORT FLORIDA. United States should so far have progressedas : fercd tho following dedicatory prayer as reported You had better join the whigs and abo- Coffin, Bill-boy dead !1" They ,were produced.; My irjeim-hoJ. ji

Practice iu tbe CVwts(the Middle Circuit to infuse a controlling amount of practicalsense I in the Jaiy Globe. It to lilionists at once than he thus opposing the Oh, get a box-be human-hero'rf one- ized them, mixed them in' cqaaVld'Uieu lit1 ,
WILL appears rts
utteritkm paid to Collecting. enterprise and vigor into those countries administration." the very feller." vet a small piece'ofcbtfod, oi"i iEth'

March !],'57.. 12 ; but the idea i id moic than delusive.If .- I a model one for the occasion. Brevity, point Wo think Judgo Douglas should remember Hank measures it-looks puzzled a minute- mixed povvdtf adhere, aod .pl ditiD.! : .

-- ------ the native governments could stand, tho and fervent piety, arc apparent in every line the advico ho gave us. Ho had better then shoulderingjt, very cooly rejoins:.Too hollow tooth."There '' _. ,i i"m'Y""i oiM

FLOYD & HOLLAND I men in power, a> all experience as their own I and wonl. H u has powers of condensationof "jULt the black republicans at once than be short a foot, but I'll bury him decent. You ," said, hl'. ." & ,tlu t.do. a q\E\ m.
Attorneys at Law. acts and proclamations show, are bent} on the administration." that I just saw his legs Am I will {foifelt head
thought, raiely found in any of the walks thus opposing see can you my ot i $' t JP
WILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle excluding Americans. Where in the history -- with the same indifference that of would this! to every'oneanI; pabfive rwh U

West Florida, and in the Supreme Court of the last twenty years has any colony of of life, either within or without his sacred The Camels. expect to observe where such brutality is the rem'edytia1inrallib1f.-}: toJt, .II" oJ
ftb. State. Alto io the District Cotrrt of the U lIi-
ed States,in the Nort 'rn District of Florida.R. I United States citizens been established by I calling : ,A writer from California says : common the parties would separate, or per. ,,11,was as.ha; predicledi..t.On: ,\It J '
pacific; dsvelopemcnt in any of the Spanish! Glorious; and Eternal Jehovah The. Supreme haps take drink, the distressed father (? tb '
.J. FLOYD, Office Apalachicola, Fla. Lieut. Uealo with his camel train arrived! 1 ) bQ1.0r! mIxe4,4IJ2huw3J, ,aJt4 rsict'a
D. P. HOLLAND Office Quincy. Fla. American countries What foolholi"), what Governor of tho Universe, wo bow at Los Angeles on tho DUn of November.Tho .- with his son's coffin on lis back! Suh proceedings SCloIs tiol1 pf coidnss vlicliga1UaIJv i,! .

Dee gg;1855. M security for life or property have' they now before thy throne. We most humbly bo- train contains twenty-two camels, of of course, would make tho very sided,.and!i \ill1taf ltn' ( :' 1 t r

WILLIAM S. DILWORTII, on the Isthmus of I'inaina, beyond what seech theo to regard with thy favor all who which two aro males. All came through flesh of the observing stranger craw) with cored ttic"ffomfenf r thootlidd3fd3reV.(

the guns of a United Suites squadron afford arc in authority, the President and the Vice- alive and uninjured Only two were taken perfect horror. They would confirm lliD iu tulle .Recukr. J, V' : fJ.. :: tiLr n"_

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, them.What President of the United States, the Senators I' to Los Angeles, where they attracted great tho belief of every hard story he had ever- '

MOjrriCELLO, FLORIDA. has become of all the United Stales J and Representatives in Congress assembled attention as indeed they did at every village heard of Cairo ; and, of couse,find their way Whit bu8ines w>,jottr .fath r':! **\A Ann

WILL practice in tbe Courts of the Middle Cir citizens who, lured by delusive contracts: the Pa-biding Oiliccrs of thin House, and all 011 tho road. Tho fame of tho strange animals into tho papers as facts for everybody's poi.. hiperioui! Colotrel 'OI'a1 iDg

; ,&ad TboUd, And' Lowodet ComityOa. offers of protection and treaties, stalled with who are intrusted. wild executive, legislative, II had preceded the train and at every rual. Lte tenanf.I..: \t" '< ieshe4,1Vr.a ':J'
March 22.1856.' '12-ly their and their and responsibilities. May this Hall V uA tot6de tlis"8ir a 'Wd W".tttr'd; : their ploughshares, engines I judiciut slopping place a crowd had collected in anticipatioli In this manner Cairo has obtained much
LONG & GALBRAITH tools? On the other hand, theriflos of the now dedicated bV thy servants, the Uepreson- : of heir arrival. of her bud reputation. ,. '" .. It1 V : "What a"pit&e dktnt6ir 1i&ij-.

Texans converted the ,wilderness into n flourishing tatives of tire people, as the place wherein ---- 'f PossibtyVsiralame ; Iw ..1.*
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TAIXAIIASSBEFI.A.M : State of the Union, and indirectly tho political and constitutional rights of ourcountrJ'cucu I AMPLK Al'OLOGY.-\ lawyer one of tho 7 i'1 to uk'yoll'.qu"If'" .i.s..-J

.A.LONG t J.B. GALBRAITH bar.awoci brought California and New Mexico into shall ever bo maintained and do- I, Western courts lately threw a cane at tho Oh, Mary, 1ary. my |'ieart is breaking 1" V .fJ.Certainly:wljaHrf i it r4!>o .ilt> ed

aUdtieoielre*ia the practice of Law, They which have l honor and 'to him I it, inde< ?,so much (ho Better"for, iou. What father 1.alc1'l.a
U tteodth.OonrUi8tb, Middle CjteuttbeSuprem. those relations with this ,.country fended, bo a temple of, glory head another. The co required to sir." V wasyour_

Court and the District. Courti.f the United rendered them 'a -benefit to tho. civilized this land. Let the deliberations and dcciSbus 'apologise for it. Ho ditl 'eo-J'.and added:.- Why 60, my idol ?"' 'i V ;"Jflpit; .u"' nt 'If 5 > .v- r

*t KtTiUakaaaee.W5c world. I of Uiis Congress advance the best interests '. While l .- urn ,about.it,:1.may .as..well apologise ..',' Became,!when it brokenyou can:sell 'li'Wn:1Ji j : lIrhA"q( "IhaY i itiJltia *

opposite tb. Court Howe. 'In tho case of Gem'Walker' and the emUi, of our'Cioverntnent} and make bur nation 1)eroO.hapd,for;.thro wing ,another .cpe ,the pieces 1 for. gun'fluits! I 'il 'refj1le. 'm li -' .! :' '

-October_ __ 28. I14. lr; grants f oni tho United States Mcaragoa i the prai e'of tho whole earth,(or.Christ's at him, : the flrst'Vhancq' \ get t/1. .1' V : ,(fl D4tet r'lorcmiirk tiiattth iV ColAn' *!

All circumst-anc.es cpnenrri'd *;to. legitimatize sake. Tjj_. gruco.of; fbo,.Lord Jesus Christ, :- I.- .f I ; Good pfoners 'of' the' >urhed idi itlte rigb :a (l.doit l..w liw ** INovr
Lawa men are
their enterprise, according to Jjiq st.rjcost'letter t and. the. love of'tUodiimd'; the,, COQ1lllul1iQ1r)$ ofI s &T Better' divan oldtaid.ThaostoniaT.y: I ,1 .,. Jl f'ibe'Jliars"'un t .ef'
nOVlfD u 1857. MeD0GLtTL.pt. I I wherein they V CJF turn ami re&J.f
: \ over
WIli0UL1flr-ir.AUQP. drutlkardi.
.#J, ."7.:6' of iho law';, :and- without misapprehen. t'I the Holy SfnfU'bV I a age t'

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-' ; -'I.: : "' .n ; Kansas." \ '<'6. would be sufficient" with' bur 0 people_ ,to Induce AOthW.' C. Dannell t'K. IeO ..I* :-: '.brtfw government' to censure Com.'PaoHing; CHARLESTON,, Jan. JLU T!8''** (c foii'

1W-: 'Irorital J S From present indications, the Kansas'tliffiItnlty .11 'them to withhold'their, assent to the project. ''I Benjamin Burgess, Edwin: |A. Hart," lSfles fl. "very severely for his.fondoc .still less to takeaway to-day 400 ba1cs&c.ri| ... The market r., ,. .

'p .. -- -' \, ._""" ...:..._ is about to be brought to *satisfactory Cut off West-- Floridaand, ? tliisState will( be i Nash,.andLucien Duval. t aN"' *' .... his commission, yet, ,suchi; the, storm isquiet.AvoUsTAJan.. ,; N "V ',-J'1' .

,: : r&z.inAssit :' Weiion. Tbrre can b.;little.doubt that an I left with the ;most extend Calf'I Coast of any I I On tt' olion of .Ja .' T. Archer, it':waa 'resolved that has been raised against him, that the 1 1.-Sales of cotton to-day

; ,. 111TaaAr- ; sIJtvARrt 4t$., 's.. .;application w31--* shortly be 'made J to 4-'<-Congress State in the, 'Union, bat without a Golf, hare j hat the :.proceedings of this meeting President may probably go so far as to censure 400 bales. Middling Fair 9Pron |!

.:;.... iiavI L- & :- :: :. .for its admission as a State, under the Le bor capable'of admitting first class vessels this i be published in the Tallahassee, papers, and : him for exceeding his specific instruc- WajUatokWASHINGTON .

;;.: r Ts...ic.sr rfiJhsg e <* h
:t : J"'W_ ... '.a JIftHD, ....icJa. ..aldHi. ourselves to question the fact that when Kansas Pensncola cannot fail to become nn imi !I the deceased a copy of the same. thus establishing a dangerous precedent.But .- fifty thousand dollars. of Treasury notes wilt

'C'u.o.pUllll1 h4bytv.&i_.... -. fl The Soo aioint| sot dae wilfully by each,butidsheUXftMsa. does fco apply, she will be admitted. !i' portnnt and flourishing commercial empori-I I JAMES E. BROOME, Chairman. : be is more determined than ever to suppress !|i be ready for issue to-morrow.

.rr;. k1t...=rdt! ..erA t when thrown tono Recent events in that Territory have. tended I, uni"_c c'!It m is a significant fact that every imj i I -J At.! S. JONES, Secretary. fllibusterism. The language: of the resolulions )I Congressional news unim ortant.

';t. {,r tttean Importance to the very* materially to pave the way for a j j portnnt Railroad projection points towards adopted by the Houso to-day, on j --..- : ': ;
, eWw.ea. .n.,U probably no business which requires
:: .r- Ibe reedy ca1a like the....paper badness, and therefore it I peacealle settlement of difficulties. AVe refer I Pensacola." Pcnsacola, in the estimation of i j CAMP ROGERS, Dec. 4th 1857. ,; motion of Mr. Clingman: calling for the pa- Prom the WestAcuc.iTA .

1;.... II all Important that vc shMM hue.oar'duet, especially atUnMorrfaa particularly] to the split of the free State Alabama, is then to become one of the chief .j On fiie 4th inst., Officers of this Pot assembled I J I peN in this case, implies a censure of Com.i I I Jan. 11.-The U. S. garrisons
\ *aLiMiq" osUrT aaaJrL, We *ik.M '
..:-' a uUierrfrlftl Md T klwiac IbM e ch 4eliDqaent will party. The morn conservative portion of that cities of the South, and therefore Alabama I|i and organized a meeting by callingCapt. I II i Paulding's conduct. Mr. C. remarked that on the .Arkansas;: fioniicr are to be broken"CpJ '
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'I.. |n uiiitiB/tt01siirWBr<.. *rte1Hrt lIt'IIt' tin metpt' or party, under the lead of Robinson, Pomeroyand desires her possession. As already intimated, i I .-\.A. STUART to the Chair, and appointing the question arose whether with or without and a rendezvous established in Kansas preparatory .
'it:j< .- which TbOM.hU todebtod be a*prasapQr for A pTuQ ekwriedcc and Jo*,WOK: win confer others, have separated from the extreme the very fact which moves our m-ighboring I Lieut. C. F. CONE, Secret-try.. The the consent of the government, a naval officer to marching for Utah in tho Spring.

:;- r a hTor by yaytet O*anxxoU a.eariy.practicable.Itew8tper followers of Jim Lane, and had resolved to State to covet our property, is enough of itself Chairman briefly explained tho object of the had landed a body of armed men on the soil Black Republican dispatches: say t that the*
.;{, take part hi ihe election for State officers, to negative the idea that Florida will consent meeting to bo an expression of their deep and of another nation, and thereby committed a Free Statesmen in Kansas have elect- their
MoreiBf' !Ii Jacksonville.
which took place on the ith lust This election to the transfer. heartfelt regret at the death of Capt. JohN decided act of war. ticket.
We learn from'the Florida Republican that
it will be remembered, was held under And here we cannot help remarking thatit PARLIIILL, who nobly} fell, at the head of his It i is not a new case. Commodore Cntes- -
our Democratic "co-laborer, the Ncr, will I I Ff VfTs&rf! ta
the Lecompton Constitution, and their action is not very neighborly in Alabama to be Command, by n deadly shot from the savage by Jones some years ago, commanding a U. OB ; .
!t.. be removed from Jacksonville to Fer.
soon under it, by those free state men, is nn admission thus inaugurating schemes for the dismemberment I I S. ship of war at the Sandwich Island?, there W4IUINGTON, Jan. d

nandina. We trait ,that onr cotefnperary of its legality. A convention of free of Florida. It certainly exhibits a want foe.A Committee was then appointed, consisting i I heard that the British squadron was about to The Senate in Execute Session, to-day/
7- will find tLe.c advantageons to his interests were engaged nearly threobeurs. in dmtii-
f ','_ and awfulue State men in favor of voting on the 4th was of kindly feeling towards us as a co-equal of Capts. W. Stevens, Harrington and I seize upon Monterey, a Mexican port on the sing matters Connected with the nomination

: : We learn further from the Republican that held at Lawrence on the 24th December, and member of the came confederacy. Has not Wbitehead, Lieuts. Frink and Mickler, and I Pacific, and he proceeded forthwith to Mon of Mr. Sedgwick as District Attorney of Nt\" '

, -, after coiibiderable debate, unanimously adopted Alabama already territory enough, that sho Dr. H. S. Jones. The following Resolutionswere terey and took and held it, He was not censured York, in place of John McKeon. While i li!

. Mr. I. C. Moore'riU commence the publication the following resolutions: wishes to enlarge her borders at the expenseof then offered, by Dr. H. S. Jones, and for it, though this occurred in a time is probable that the former will be confirmed,

of" Democratic Journal in. Jacksonville Whereas it is possible Congress may admit Florida ? Is it a small matter to deprive unanimously adopted : ot some of those who intend voting in the af

.' :. about the middle of Fcbruar,. 'A prospeo- Kansas as a State under that constitution, Florida of eight out of her thirty-two counties, Resolved, 'fhat in the death of Captain peace. -- -- that firmallve the will define their position: belief
: 'm will be jawed in a Jew so acceptance or rejection by BY TELEGRAPH.
the people : Therefore and with them two of the finest harbors on Joux PARKMILL, our Regiment has lost a change the officer Pint not jtutHyrog hfrfV

legal the (iuhfVe hope the press of this State brave and gallant, Officer ; our State a patri. -0- moral for the reasons alleged;.
Resolved, That we, the people of Kansas, :
See the Card of Dr. Lewis in another column. in favor voting for State officers and mem. will speak out in strong terms of rebuke otic and generous citizen ; society a courteous Important from Utah. Tho} rumination of Mr. Clifford to fill the .

Dr. L. has so long practiced his profession bers ef the legislature on the 4th of Januarynext against the persistent efforts of Alabama to affable and high-toned gentleman ; the ST. Locis, Jan. 7.-An express which vacancy in fto Stfpfetoe: Coarrt !h still iKjnoing *-

. it I among ns, and is so well known for in convention, assembled Lawrenceon render a portion of the people of West Florida Church a Christian brother, and his associatesa ,' passed through St. Josephs, reports that the The in ihe debate Senate.the .
his skill this 24th Day of December, 1857, conceive U. S. troops under Col. Cook, while on their in House to-day; eovrring
1 f ia,. his, Profossion, that not a word dissatisfied. and at her apparent determination true friend. 'I a defence of Commodore
it he the of the who) Paulding, strengthens
to duty Territory march (from Harris' Fort Fort had
need be caidJbjr.as: his favor. The citizens Resolved That deeply with Bridger, the .belief that
I are opposed to this attempted usurpation to by some means or other, to dismember we sympathize that officer will riot \* re-
t; ofQnjs&fvri\\\\ notice that the Dr. designs throw aside; for the present all party affiliations tho State. I his bereaved relatives! in their irreparable} loss. :!.I a battle with the Mormons and were d.featI recalied.. .

IE"paying them a wit early in February. and merge all party interests in the one .. .- I Resolved, That the Officers of the Regij j cd with two hundred men killed. Several .- .

'. .. -_ absorbing i issue, and to unite with us in the Death of Capt. John Parkhill I ment be recommended to wear a badge of j I of the U. S. officers were taken prisoners and Important, from the Utah ExjeiltlO1l.-

. .-' < I1l58ak. support of a State ticket, to be nominated by A meeting of the citizens qf Tallahassee mourning for the space of thirty days. hung. The report it doubted. The Rcp.rte I. week has been of interest
,l The'pet one great this convention. was held at tho Court House on the llth of ST. Lon, January 8.
I to the eralIlh./ Grand Bodies oft Repaired That call the of the Resolved, That the foregoing proceedings
we on people ; '
1858 to tribute of to The Republican! bas
January pay a respect The President and Com- Paul ing. jot received a letter
be forwarded to the Tampa Peninsular and
the have been in session in this several districts, as designated by that consti.
Fraternity the memory of their decease.! fellow citizen, WASHINGTON, Jan. 7.-The President sen from Fort Kearney, 23d nit, stiting that
: thus the Brethren tution, to nominate and vote for senators :lndrepresentath'es Floridian 4 Journal for publication.A. Cot) Johnston Fort
City, was Bridger, Nor. 2&th.
under it. CArT. JOHN PAKKHILL. On Motion of John a message to the Senate to-day in responseto
from the extreme* of the State, and making A. STUART, Chairman, Col. CooK, with his whore command, had! also
Rcsolrcd, That the candidates nominated Galbraith; Esq., Ex-Gov. BROOME( WJ.Scallt'd the call of that body, in which he saysCom. arrived.
unusual C. F. Secretary.Correspondence .
the annual re-onion one of interest.
by this convention, on accepting such nomination to the Chair, and JAMES S. JONES appointed ... Paulding committed a great error in The grass had all been burnt and the anii
Brother Morris of Kentucky, one of the most trill be considered should
us pledged, Secretary. of tbe Journal of Com ,: capturhig' Gen. Walker, but thinks the for. maTs were dying at the rate of one hundred
distinguished Masons in the United the constitution be approved by Congress, to I
young the Chair in merce. I a day. The Morons: were fortifying all the
. The Chairman on taking con- mer acted from patriotic motives
States who has labored in the editorial adopt and execute immediate measures for enabling '

long to' Saft Lake
the constitutional ciso and eloquent language explained the object WASHINGTON, Jan. 4th. passes feadmg City. Jesse
flied! to promote the honor and usefulness of people, through a nrir Jones, Agent of Majors and Russell, badf
. convention, to obtain such a constitution as the of the meeting ; whereupon Mr. Galbraith Congress commences the work of'tho session Kansas Election. I been released and
sent to Col. JohiUton'a
I "the Craft, was preaent as a visitor, and on majority shall approve. after an address which WiSlike creditable i in good earnest to-day. It could be WASHINGTON: Jan. 8.-Advices- from Kansas ,I camp

Thursday evening, by request! delivered a After remarks in favor. of nominating a I to his heart and mind, introduced the I wished: that they would enter upon the difficult slate that over seven tb&irs.TinU votes w'ere I In. passing through tho different canons.ho.

Lecture at the Methodist Church, on the occasion ticket by Messrs. Morrow, Schuylcr, Smith, subjoined resolutions, which were supportedby and! exciting subjects before them, in a .! cast for the Lecompton Constitution, which was blindfolded by the Mormons to prevent

,- of the installation of the Officers of Pomeroy, Wood, Osborn, McKay, Rackua, remarks both eloquent and! touching from spirit of mutual forbearance and conciliation. is believed to be a.majority of the legal votes him frorrf ,obtaining a knowledgo of their

the Grand Lodge. Circumstances kept us and! others, the following ticket was put in .Messrs. Wilkerson Call, John P. K. Savage, Hut it is feared that sectional and political | in the territory Cot C'jrfboun' wouM not movements.Another letter. .
dated at a of Col'
but have heard the Lecture
way, we spoken nomination, which floats at the head of the James T. Archer and Judge Woodward and feeling will have too much to do with all their i open the ballots till after the erection, which Cook's command, while enroute,: ma"'ktllAo*
. -of in terms of the most enthusiastic praise.A .-
Herald of Freedom : I were unanimously adopted : proceedings. I was to take place on the 5th ."""t. mention of being mofwtetf! by the Mormons.

copy has been asked and obtained for publication For Got-rrllor.-Gy.oIl.GF. W. SMITh, of WHKRKA.I, we have received authentic intelligence I Senator Pugh has brought forward his The reporf tint two hundred troops hsd"
the proceedings of the Grand II I been massacred therefore
among i is $ false.
that our fellow-citizen, Capt. j I compromise Kansas measure. It k, at al} later Irons Utab-'
Lodge. The Rev. Mr. Fulton, President, of Lieutenant (;orcrr.-wx. Y. Ito n- -- t
of Wyandott JOHN: PARKHILL, on the 28th of i event-;, a step towards conciliation, and oughtto Sr. Lorn, Jan. 8.-Advices (rein Fort P'tAIt the Tampa FtftA$1Jm.f41S.. 2* t' .. .
the Masonic College at Covington, Ga., was
For Secretary of Slate..-P. C. SCHUYLKK, November last, killed in a &kirmMi with the I be favorably considered by Congress.An Kearney to the 23d nIL, have been received. LATEST WDIAIf NE1S' .
also present as a visitor to the G. Lodge.'
of Burllngome. Seminole Indians at Palm Hammock ; and \I abstract of the bill, which is long, is Col. Jolmson was at Fort Bridgor. Col. A bold attack by two Indians-One Ydunterr r

i. We have been furnished with the following For Stale Treasurer.-ANDREW J. MKAD, whereas, as friends and fellow citizens of thus given by the Senator himself to-wit :. I I Cook hail also arrived there. Nothing was -Jfarrotc F/scape !

list of tho Grand Officers of tbe Grand Lodge of Manhattan.. the deceased, we desire to express our sentiments The bill provides for the admission of Kansas i said about bta having been attacked by the .. By the urnr'aF of the Gray Cloud, oaThamlay
of Florida elected and for the Fur State A.wlilor.-JoEL K. Gooui.x ofCentropoIi
appointed, ,
. present on the occurrence of so mournfulan into the Union, as a State, under thb con I Mormons.ARILVAL. ; last, we were placed in possession/
Masonic year: event. Therefore stitution adopted at Lecompton, Nov. 7, 185;,- : -- .
of the reliable
For J. following
Thos. Y. Henry,. .Grand Master CongrcSI.hH'n with the boundaries defined in the pacificationbill I intelligence :
E. R. Ives,.. .. Dep. Grand Master, Kansas.It Resolved, That the confirmation of the sad of the last Congress, and upon two fundamental &&8s. OF TJIK) Some timo last week, two Volunteers, of'the

D. C. Dawkins,. .Sen. Grand Warden, i ia obvious, remarks (Washington Union I intelligence of the death of Capt. Parkhill, conditions: I Florida Regiment, tootleir, guns and

H. J. Stewart,.. .Jun. that the policy of the President, a, exPITOUH fills us with the deepest grief and regret. As Tho first condition is, that the 7th article I j AFRICA. j sauntered about n hllJ.mefc1tJr! Camp Rogers .
Thnc. H.rwanL..rvI 'rrPUJU'pr. in Ilia friends the loss of friend and of the constitution relative to slavery shall where: there were about fire hundred men
; ntpmuigrp. )lino produced a most we deplore a as i
I Cotton
J 8.1'.lor .. Advanced 1-4d. I stationed. Not dreaming. of danger they
s Secretary, be submitted to a separate and direct vote- |
salutary influence the in Kansas. citizens we that the State has been deprived
upon agitators regret NEW YORK Jan. 10.-The British and
Rer. D P. Everett Chaplain, yes" or no"-of the qualified electors, on i : eareJessly afd their arms afaey walked a few
; D. L. Kenan,... G. S. Deacon, A large number of them seem now to of one whose service and qualificationswere the 7th of April," 1858, at which time the : iWth: American Royal Mail Steamship AfriCa II: yards from the spot, cnl a; vrid' | cabbage, aid

., J. F. Dewitt,..... .G. J. realize the necessity of endeavoring to act eminently necessary and useful at this State officers, the Legislature, and the Congressmen j j Capt N. Shannon, has arrived, with Liverpool were preparing: iff eat ft. When they were

T. K. Leonard,. ..Grand Marshal, through tho ballot-box rather than by xlolence' time. John Parkhill was a warm hearted ; shall be chosen. j I dates to Saturday December 26th. I j I ,red upon by a coople of Indians. On. ofj t

D. P. Holland,.. Grand Lecturer, and arms. Evidently they expect: the Le- and sincere friend, a useful and exemplary Tho returns of this election to bo made to I j the Volunteers was shot down, ami the cartridge .
J. M. Bakerr .. .D. G. L. East. Dist., the Governor of tho Territory, instead of tho I j [ box of tftt' other ,saved his life, as "
Commercial. !
constitution and
. J. Moorer. ... S D. G. L. Sou. Dist., compton to he adopted by Congress citizen a fearless soldier. Inspired by President of the Convention, and tho election J ball enteied it. The firing coming from tho

8. J.'Erwin,.. .. .D. G. L. Wcst'n. Dist and they are looking out for the political that love of enterprise and a desire for honorable conducted in obedience to the laws in force j i LIVERPOOL'M hRKETThe sales of cotton I.I direction in which the guns were hell, the reI .

.: In the Grand R. A. Chapter of Florida, ]power of the new State, so that they may' j I distinction which belongs to the best on the 7th November.. 1 I for the week, 40,000 bales, of ,which speculators t I I maining man ran toward the camp, hotly

the change the constitution if they desire to do and bravest men, ho has ever been foremostto Tho second fundamental condition i that : took 10,000 and exporters 4,000 bales. j I pursued by a warrior. After running some

t ..; following Companions were elected andappointed I so. We do not wish to Use any latlgtlaje of respond when the country needed the service tho constitution shall not bo so construed as j In tho eaily part of the. vre'ek The market attvznced j distance the volunteer drew! lila knife to cat
Grand Officers for the ensuing his cartridge box from him at this moment
I I .year vix : crimination, but is clear to judgment thatif volunteers to fight her battles, he I to through limit their or impair Legislature the right at of time the,people to calla ': Jd. to dbut closed at a |d. advance i I tho Indian seized him by the; back: when the

M. E. Thos. Hayward, G. II. P. no pretext: for a new excitement had been followed our flag on the plains! of Mexico, he convention for tho purpose any of altering, |j The sales on Thursday wero 8,000 bales, of j I, knife was thrown over tbo shoulder and the'

James Ellenwood, D. G. H. P. given to the Kansas agitators by citizens::! of was engaged in our Indian troubles in ISm, amending, or abolishing their form of government which speculators took 2,000 and exporters bolt was released ; tho volunteer then dis-

D. P. Holland, G. K. the States, they would have all voted on the and when a call was made for volunteers in subject only to tho Constitution of the 1,. 1,000 bales. Tho market closed aetrvo and I j tanced his pursuer and reached the camp nn-

C. E.'Dyke, G. S. 21st of December, and been prepared to vote our present::! war with the Scminoles!' he raised United States. with improving tendency. i' hurt. .
.. J. B. Taylor, G. Sec. I II The President is required to admit the Tho stock of cotton hand! in |I This account is evidently) imperfect, but in
. .. unanimously on the 4th of January. We hope I and led coiiipaily; of Leon volunteers to the { on Liverpool the main :os correct
John S. Bond State, by the elec. I
G. Tr. I proclamation, ai soon as I
war.Tho in which he was 305.000 bales of which 190,000 bales .
that the whole people of that Territory will contest was engaged lion -
. Comp. T. K. Leonard, Grand Marshal, April 7th shall have transpired. j
..- 8. J. Erwin, <:. C. H. still have voted on the 4th instant and that I requires fortitude and perseverance as.well Tho ordinance of tho Lecompton Convene I were American. AEMY NEWS.Capf. .'

.. R. W. Marston, G. P. S. officers nirty then he chosen in accordance as courage and skill, and wo ore proud to I tion, relative to the grants of public lands' is i ij i! Thero was no business done on Friday or "'m.H. Kendrick's Company Moon-

.., H. J. Stewart, G. R. A. C. with the clear wishes of the majority, whether know that he exhibited these qualities in a j rejected, and in its stead tho usual articles of j Saturday. ... ted Volunteers, was mustered out of the United -'
Ir A. McDonald G.M. 3 V. compact aro offered to tho first Legislature !j States service, in this placo on Wednesday -
they shall be pro-slavery or anti-slavery. If high degree and that his brief career was honorable on \ last.
. 4ft C. Davis, G. M 2 V. of Kansas for acceptance or rejection, as in !
A. D. McKinnon, G. M. 1 V. any refrain from voting, however, it will bo and his death glorious. Among the the case of other new States. I account 93J a U3l. Money rather easier. Capt. J. F. P. Johnston's Company MOUUJ

*' S. B. Stephens, Grand Lecturer. their own fault. 1 hen, let the State come I numbers of bravo men who have from yearto I hear some objections to the measure al I. I The Bank of England has reduced its rates ted Volunteers, was mastered out ef the UnIted -

n George Damon, Grand Guard. into the Union, and take care of its own af. I year perished in this harrassing and protracted readyOne is, that the bill does not submit ; to eight per cent. I States service, in this place on Thursday,

We understand that a Grand Council of fairs in its own way. In this manner the i war, among tho many who far away the irhole Constitution to the people. Another j last

Royal ao4 Select Masters for the State of Kansas question may he readily settled, and in the vast, watery wilderness of our Peninsula is, that it delays the admission of tho State ; i j General Intelligence. Capt Thompson's Boat Company was moa-
I i Despatches from India had been received tered out of s rvice, on Wednesday last, at
Florida'; ,was organ iied daring the Convocation cease to disturb the countr.From .. have found art untimely grave, there is and, again, some object that the bill contcm- ;i! I Ft Myers.
-- I announcing relief of Lucknow after
. of the Grand Chapter, in this City, the the Spirit a/the SfJ1tllr, 110 name whose memory will be cherished I I plates Congressional intervention in making ', fighting. The insurgents had been defeated severe -. I Capt J. K. Mickl..T'S Boat Company was

present week.Thos. ., AoflciatloD of West Florida. more kindly than the name of John Parkhill, a Constitution for Kansas. All!! these objections : at various I mustered out service, on Thursday,fast, in

, Hayward Mackey Council, No., The Alabama Legislature has before it a and no one whose death has called forth amore could be got over if members were disposed I Colin points.Sir I this place.

ef this city was elected Gj!,Pursuivant ; E. R. bill providing for the annexation of West I sincere and universal. cry of grief from to an adjustment of tho {dangerous Campbell, in effecting his approach I Capt R. B. Turner is now raising a Boat

lye, of Colombia Council No. 2, D. G. Pur. Florida to the State. The measure it ii said, i the whole community in which he }lived. In question. But no aid in a compromise can : to Lucknow had been slightly woun- Company, to be composed 100 ",men, for
meets with the approval of those embracedin de d. immediate service in the ,Everglade .Capt.
sohrant Geo. F. Baltzell G. T. J. D. P. I the prime of life, with the hopes and aspirations be expected from tho side.
; ; the laud to be transferred, and ft is thoughtthat Republican If All alarm felt about the security of tho Turner has much experienee in Indian h....
HoFUfld,D.>P. C. ; Rev. John Penny, Grand East Florida Mill agree to the proposi. of sturdy manhood, with his eye fixedon any measure of tho sort can he carried, it I outposts of the garrison bad ceased. ting ; persons wishing to volunteer cannot da

Chaplain; Chas. E. Dyke,Grand Treasurer; tion because the Western counties being cutoff high achievements, irountcd and! armed must be dono by the Democratic party.- No failures of better than join this Conpany.,
John B. Crand Recorder it might be in beir to remove the for the race for glory, he baa been cut down consequence had occurredin !
Taylor, ; F. J. power Perhaps tho Southern members may be found Col. Rogers, with 505 men,, is now xi. the
Wheatoo, Douglas Council, No. 3, G. C. seat Ciorermnent, from Tallahassee to some in the very commencement of the contest, the diiinclined to yield anything to compromise. commercial circles. Big Cypress. Three Independent Companies ..

. of G. ; J. W. Cathey, Grand Marshal; W.M. point Another nearer consideration the Eastern shore. the brightest page of his life was numbered but They are disposed to stand with the President There was a much better feeling in all departments are 0' peratn2) with him.
Clayton of -
says from the
Stsamons, Grand Sentinel Banner' which greatly enhances the importance unwritten. Our grief is mitigated by the reflection on the subject, and admit Kansas at once, I resulting reduction JoIItII.utvi i, SOl-flOO 4Ul !!T MT,SATS Of

It is sard that .the-Administration. await of this question to the people of Ala. that he died the death which of all with the Constitution which she presents ; I of she rates of discount at the bonk Dr. :tAanea Celebrated "crlacc,

bama is the pro&pective commercial Impor. others his manly} and chivalric soul desired, thus the whole England to eight per cent. PREFAKED. nl FLEMING BK98
with great interest the arrival of the ratified turning subject over to :Niw: Yonc, 15IK*
of the'I'I Business almost May *
tance Pensacola. With was
a certain connec- sword in band, in the of the entirely suspended on "
Yrrisarri enemy. people of tbat State. rp A chlkl of miD sbowinff.sjmploinii oTwomu,I gate
treat/, expectedfrom Nicaragua tion with Montgomery and the immense cot- His Commanding officer Col. Christmas day and Saturday. it" bottle o l>r. M'Laiie's Ce&bt'' V wbi.h
Rogers, rla
This t tf ratified the ton Middle and East Alabama anda pays But the Walker-Paulding question really brought away a bunch of JO RO
treaty, by United States region Dumbrln. .
. this just! tribute to his : In his death It is reported that the English; and French abut thirty. The rbild was vel lck$ dbr the operation,
Senate, wiH put an end to fitibusierism magnificent harbor affording safe anchor. memory creates more agitation at this moment, than now well a hearty. ..
on governments are to settle the *.Twist, Avenue D,writes nader date of Ant.
to the first class vessels it cannot fail to the service has lost one of its best officers, other. trying difficulty } o .
bat age any Indignation meetings at the South 10. andsayr8io1fod been with worms for Bidro
private acixnutt will make it matter of : tWu
a become an important and flourishing commercial and the State one of its best citizens. Thougha between Spain and America refativo to the than I 11r. and that she took botle of Dn IVLaar'B-
ire hurling anathemas the President Cclebrauxl Broswbieb*
against Vermifuge.prepared by FkiminK
psbtie It the
concern. gives command of
ns emporium. Emigration is already strict disciplinarian for a vQlunteer officer, and Commodore frigate Ferrolana. bronght ..,tOI her over three haadrcj wo big ant
die Is&en region. It protects American poiring in its flowing tide, and the sails of ho was beloved by his men. He was a man Pauldiug. The steady leg. Tbe Bank of Prussia has reduced )89-l rates little.. She v.s fl f dlsease. -'

citizens end property the Isthmus and commerce are whitening its harbor. Mobile islation of Virginia is likely to be septa Mm BoUlns a Oci u>aii woman,irsldlnr at 104, KlringUM -
of elevated and chivalric feeling, and by na. to 6J per cent. atrreVsays,h aftet iwimg one vial of OX-
gives ns the right the transit may begin to regard: its future as a formida. by the excitement,if telegraphic rumors :RA TED I tie gassed two 1 'LNE'
protect by There hwe beer t W\
LIe! rival. It is a significant fact that ture a soldier. His untimely death throws a aro Tho no- regular) market reports abort eertintates born parties -
m&arjr. foree.! This it is be. every correct. resolutions introduced this city. If there are a. have Ue names
government, since tbe of the Atlantic. ,w douplr
the sailing and
important Railroad 'projection points towards gloom over command and is most deeply addU.&Ddf by imttonailn
liered be strongly denounce the recent arrest of William .
;: trl not slow to employ the pririleesftT Pensacola.' 'The connection of Eufaula to lamented by both officers and men." Capt. Twenty-four members of the Royal FamHy

I : the';treaty' ; but will eagerly avail then.. Savannah is a fixed fact, and its future connection Parkbillwns_ a Christian and a soldier; we Walker and his associates, by certain at Delhi have been executed. OL 111.c Purchaser TED VEEM1FUOE*wDl b eat m.nthcturt4byYz.wua to uk tbr DJ.Y.USE'

aelreaof,the ,well that it with Montgomery has been fully canvassed officers of the United States Navy, on the .
same knowing
must felt confident when we sent him forth to lead There was a great falling off k> the value. B&0 Pt'uA Pa. All or Vfl.eeoipail.son '
speedy lead to the Americanization of the and Is far from being chimerical. soil of an independent republic. That repub. of British for the are wol Dr. K' ( .IID. Vnviroge,also
IsthL Linked with the magnificent mineral and our young men, that be would act well his lic of Nicaragua, has not yet complained of exports month ot No. his ccebratd Liver Pi can DOW.had at all rop
; :_. ._ agricultural regions of Alabama and Georgiaby part, and he has nobfy fulfilled} our expecta. the vember. drug stores. A>M Mviiu vittoM*A...l rCtt; "
act, will not. She has ratified 49
,Awc.lfOD, Tiaa NIl : "In the Eastern a net work of Railroads, it is destined to tions, we are proud of lila reputation and a Lnrge reinforcements for the Eng} ) forces [- ] YjS.UING BEOS..

I prtof tt, state they had rain,. and the b* tbe receptable of their immense products character and wo will chorish his treaty which will enable tho United States in India, bad reached thero, and hopes were .: .7
.jiekkdUr. iocrMa,, But the whole and resources. Besides (he commercial in- memory. government to protect the Isthmus from filibusters en rtu.nedhat the rebellion would be Grand Tournament,
Resolved That
committee of nino be
of3TrwJrO a the Brazos to El tercourse of Alabama with Pensacola could a appointed and keep open tho communication for arrested if Or The Knight of 'Leon
J FtftbJUB fcd now for'two yean to make be carried! on with tbe advantages of having by the Chairman to collect contributions tho commerce of the whole world. This not suppressed. 1lengea1totberIQflT9
bread. As oar exchanges equalized. towards suitable A- further reduction in the extent of the t
a coflMqo oc .the people are in erecting a monumentto laoce
break vith
treaty would enable our citizens to settle, .if tkera ia:a tour
:i the midst of the tpo t. deplorable pecuniary The people this State will not consent,under the memory of our deceased friend and French army had been decided on. naooeot oear nit M'20th
; lri-I-. .v.. _.,' __ .. they pleased, at tbo free ports on either side TaUU
< ;Iii' consideration fellow citizen, and that the Committee do -
to the annexation of instantS gmUeman'xl-
1 I ., e. any of the.Isthmus. and would in time, bring the 'Al
: YJVJRTTPCJCT U, S. 8KXi.TOK. -ExGorer., West Florida Alabama.. If there were no employ thefunds BO collectected At their whole ( Markets. mite A KSIGHTS on the paym tot twenty'flarsj.

If 4 nor L. W..., PdwjeJl JkOTorratiJuw been electodl feelings of State pride involved the matter, discretion in'accomplishing the said purpose.In The Presideni's region nnder American in uence.- NEW YORK, Jan. 11.-Sales of cotton today entrance feo. A. fine DUD ,JIvnowiH, M Ja.: *Vtendxncc
( policy on this subject is en. 1,000 bales, at an advance of Jc. Middling ,and the exerdsesotth.dsywillkmawttha
I _Jfc [IxgyAtore,of Keotnekj to.the the very selfish reason which mores Alabama conformity with the last resolution the -
tirely antagonistic ,to that of Walker. It is Of, and fir, Neither BALL night. tdmitnon
Mobile Applti"J1
! IT. 8. Saoate, for. irfr.--years-. from the 4th oCt to desire to diarapt1t State, (to-wit. : the Chairman appointed the following gentlemen, very easy to see which will prevail., cotton here. Sales of Orleaps the three or mut_,__bo._ a_early -craaticibla t 1

;t M&Teb185i1.a' possession of the best ports,on the Gulf,) vbv J. a Galbraith, Wilt Call, las. E. Though there is no disposition. on tlte.part 2,000 bale days. TT.'. z2r, ,* -4!..: J8\ f SJiiAfc..; .; ..- Oa


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O: )1.:. If. "'. 'BKOW: wilt;re- i l"1. IWNNING73 MILES.} "f J NEW&lfb''W EItttAt SMCapittb.iz.e. El\I: ,Q D.. 4 1 f' 1 __1, ..k -

:{i f f t .e MUSIC SCHOOl in. U* Sowtl t BYbFTHE THE -5il but .,'.I..EA ,R, TJu.n, tb., ...f S
: ,os.vali aeootc *H4*. the/ .t
celL For a scB"iou of 5 Months, f:;.- FERNANDINA ; ..
IflMt .
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J.! fI -- s6Ooboou'I D. E..I.HUJ.I.'sr'hr .. CUNxvT ) .
I j--. J" IN pursnniioe of law I. JAMftS 'BUCHANAN, {lSunolays ccepi.ed)1foF) t Starke," (near I S t *J; il.< fI "4
1 President of the L'uited States of America do n Pond) oplyb blilell trem. Fort Har- : e' TJiefr.Cfn t4 b' |tt5P JiIx.|I .
J.L ; --- :- : hereby di-chire aid make known that lircIatI I I \ "" ,* 4', ts.' !'i.lI.. ;:" ,
: i sales 4
; public lee, colKledin; td1weelly{ w.h, tag8 I 1HE following Schmewill be drawn by 3 Sw.n Goods of{vj-ry; dMcripliqh: .oft'tlte rot ItAiiXk AtD
will be held at the undermentioned land office,in the for Gainesville, Tampa Bay, and Ii ,- \ .,_ fft-.j .
MuanolU'Ocala I J_ | pyj taotl'il r .... '
i State of Alnbnma, at the period bereinatter dceigtia- all poinl in East and SuUili Florida. At Baldwin ', f e ".i..1 M r...It' .. :
I each
Lotteiy, III of their Lotteries for November, b .
ted to-wit .T E !'IIJt.IUI; \ .
: and
the Jackmmville
junction .of the Alligator Rt.ad) CARRIAGEs;
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18&7, at Augusta Georgia, ID which city they ham" I .-- <
ONSvaiwg.iiiIti At the landlflcc at M.ndav JnckHHiville. : ? '
Hlba.commencing oi fr Allijntor, "
'i.nii"Ctingvitli Stages Ste M4&P "
the oib day (f Apiil n.*t, for the disposal of the puL. Tiihihi-se!! and all loillt.* in Middle! ,FI"ridlstili \. removed their PrincipIa Office: !i Adapted lto."..'P'P"nt styljs.,of Ladies : ; :
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lic lau'ls" fituatfdithiu! the fallowing! named town- : u- CLASS 05 ,I dress I, -two can be accommodated OF NEW OKUUXSHA .,
f viz I on a Sent.EOCKAWAYS. _. .
i"i. rLcatc
sliijis : : n i .
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To be D.nwij; in the City Augusta, Ga. in public.Ca f INO tn.kebe majl J ennthnit k _
- \ortfi of ihf fiati Ihir and Wrsl nf- ti,* 1i.tTIll"Q"r ,, FenirtiHina: ; daily (Sand.iy: I will rufe two fiitt cl*, $.'e'Sta*UeW ... .

: Jfcriniaii.Fractional 4 ; cM-epthd) ot. . . 12.? M. Saturday, ctrnlir Zth, 1 r';;. I. ,. ,... twice a month, met'Itt '1M.Spanish Holt the: '

I Auctioneer, ; township 7, of ranges S, ?, 10, 11, 1?, Arrive rt Slmku nt. . .. . .5, P. \- cLis66: So gentle and undulating iu motion ns atsliitely 15tb ahd !}dl, iwt Ie..dke.tfi..'...,l-'lJt.' ,,'

ATScotland j I 13. M, 15, 11i, nnd 17. I Leave Str.ike daily (Suiulajs c.xcppted ;! I! to d<> away with the intensity. of Cradle HIt $TE.1( 1ER'KPRA1"" :'. '

Fractional, t- *!-1I hip 6, ofrangis 1 S, 19,20,21,22, } at..4. A. M. I T. be Drawn in the Citj of AtI u"Ia., i iH p'Jblic, Au I. .
Sorts of Buggies : wil11 leave New Port in the altd SU irks
Plantation. :3, 24, and 25.Fractioual I Arrive: Fornaudina at. .. . .8. A. M. .I On tititurJay, December 12rt, 187: :i
.-4. sections 25, 2 S. 27,18, nnd 30, of fractional Stopping at Baldwin nnd I Trail l.'idgc (the crossing Buggies with Tops and Buggies without Top_ termlnu on the arrival of the.{Cars from TnWilse.itaking

r decree (,f J. Waylea Baker, we will expo-"- j tnwDhhip 6. of range 2C.i I ot the New River Road) ciu-h wayII'; oonncctiu CLASS 67 I. nod SULKIES amounting' Humbuggier. mail, passengers.,b.gjj 8 and freight
ThursddT, 21st J.imiary, 1856. nt : I ., at Fcrnandina with Steamers for both S.tvanuahI from the Steamer,and returning b season for fuel
13 fffMU' OH i F::.ivlionalectious 26! 28, and SO, of fractional I I I ;
"UIJ I'lantati'-f." the following dcsciibed i itt 1 township! ", bf range 27. i and Charleston, going and returning. To be drawn in the City of Augusta, Ga. in publicOn ; SADDLES, ternoon train. > ; T, f- ',t ;

0': : Fractional l section 26, and th i east 4 of fractional FREIGHT I SaturJi'y' December Itf/A, 1 t7.I Lare onougli for the ponderous Roman I The deirPlllLo travelling,! public frequentij'aptad camnosvre..tsanse41b4thI, contm. .
'r Peas Cottou'Seedt :. section !8, of fractional township 6. of 98. I long
,Tvdfcr, tot.utoe8. ;; range i ij Received by the Company's Agents free of charge at CLASS -r pontiff or small enough for a gentleman lion to and from the above p rta k i*such '
Lands law 68 I
I| appropriated by or the use <.f schools, (I ,
-' A.F D all the stations along the route, and fortvaidpd tnFeniMidiua from Tulliput: to warrant permanency awl metqn.'.,: -i.
TJsjlors Gin nnd Band, 12 Mules.I 1 j the mil'tary sale. and other purposes, will be excluded from ] Savannah, or Chaileston. as may t h e di- To Ire drawn !Jt t1 t the City c'f Augusta, Ga. in public, Passengers basing slats ffriniat.Jnuft; M .

1 vf gou and Gear. Farming U''ut-illl j j I The offering of the above lands will be commenced i iI rected. GEO W. CALL Secretary/ F. R.'R. On tiatnrdiiy, Jtfccmle- ;th, 1857, BRIDLES clearing them at the Custon Hobae,:.befcre 8t

MCUIITIOX. Dec. !G, 1857. 5 2 I Of various to gude! imported board. ". $ J.*. -t i
OF zvtaT I j or the day appointed, and will proceed in the order ) __ __ u _____ OX TIIK FLAX OFSIXVLK XUJlS. PiZs. s rong enough an Also look after 'p : Jf1i5A
: Arabian, or sufficiently graceful to ornamentthe J2T yourBig4yourieh'JFur 1'.
ALSO iu \vhich they are advcitiscd. until the whole shall ; -- --- --
i offere'J O SELECT SCHOOL.<) I Secretary's room. I further partk-'ulirs, Apply to .
; for the 600 acres of Land | have been and the sales thus closed; but the 5,190 1'IHZFS ; ? II'
3lbe.Jteuted: year sale shall not be than II:.r ii es. Martingales, India Rubber aati DANIEL ld PflA1.
t'ne. I I I kept open lonycr two treekf UNDERSIGNED begs lea\e; to inform the XKAKI.Y: : ONTi MttZ : TO I'.YKUV NINE TICKKKTi
: IertKd HrRY L RliGEHS. Reoicr.HALKY and no pi'vate' entry of any of the lands will be ad- I' THE -of Tallahassee and vicinitythat br pro- .I ,1 Leather Belting) Calf Lining and Sheep Skin -- -New- -Port.-Fla---- Jnlr 11.18&T._ 23''fl'- _

: ". PLOCKER Trustee. !I! milled until after the expiration of the two weeks. poets to ojwn n Select clio <) I f'r tin- fXIFWJiW' $i'JiIthL'! TrmiHS that can convey theparaplinrnaiiaofthc t Boots&hoe.s 41..A..1

16, 1 858. S-tJa' [SenU:ct :y. i: Given under my hand, nt the city of Washington, instruction of youth. Ha\ing: had considefhblc cspcrience TO BE UttAWX EA'-H RTt'RIMT IX NOTEMUEll! most extravagant or.. ,A. .. .
jw. this 29th day of December. A. D, 1657. : in tu this I Jeal either VAL1CES and Carpet .
-- teaching city, hope, by untiring 1 Prize of. .$fjO.OOO ; 6 Prizes of .9flO I sx. ) L..a Ir U..GIUU. t&j U'
"-(fe-Paxtnersliip Notice.THE :! JAMES BUCHANAN.: and unremitted euety, to merit a share' of public 1" . 5OOIJ, ') 6 . 800 : Ba.s of all sizes, and the most pprqval 1 IR.". cto4 ri ,ft.JtJTSI& SHOES .. .
By the President: The Care will be taken with t -
greatest styles. W
)patronage. 1 II . 10flM s : 'J.I I i rry varityjvd 4eT3PtIOn& wI.
undersigned have this day formed a co-part TIIOS. A. HENDRICKS.I i those committed to my charge, both in regird to 1" ?.aoo f / : .: &OlJ Itemp and India liubl Steam Packing, Upper .. HODGKISS, SCOTT 4 POOL .' .
null of Commissioner of the General Laud Office. ; and morals. Lcnthvr and lacing for carriages. (not for Ladies ) I. .
'llip. under the name style I Iyers I progress I 1 II . tIUOO ) 50 II . 600 .19.1857. 38. '. '

: cb GOa. .., I As complete and thorough nn education will be 1 II . 3.500 60 II . 4 oI A/, SO- ...
I : Mantillas '
A'OTICE TO I'KE-EMPTIOX CLAIMANTS. given as can be obtained at any other Institution in [ I Cloabi. ?
will continue the business in all its branches at .I 1" . 1,6l10 IOu 'I ; : 150 Road Waggons, Cotton Wajrgous, and other kinds of ,
d the State nnd the will I
Old Stand ofTowle and assistants will be
tilt nble In I
to of the lands within the and of competent procured. I ,
full assortment of all articles appertaining any townships parts Approximation I'iz.t.; with Hoods "
a !
toping connection with the SCHOOL class for
totlieir brunch ol business and hope by constant at- townships above enumerated required to .atablishI a 4 Prizes: of $400 appro'g. to fW.b'c'o pflco afe i l.6o'b' MACHINESm 'I Printed Plush do .. .,r/".
heretofore extended I I the same to the satisfaction of the register and receiver I BOOKKEEPINGwill it Wit Basque Cloaks ,. (
the WJt'StJrtt -
tntion to merit patronage : 4 :300. 5.000 I,2iO Of all kinds. mnntifasi'jred by #
?*. !*. tinn: !' of the laud office at Elba, and make payment be commenced, and those pupils desirous of embracing -- 4 200" in,000 800 sox, of New "Fork.EdgT" i Zo'inve Wrappers; '. .' .
MYERS. : tJ.rrifurUt a.jtrarlirable after teeing (hit ,.o- life Moire And Cloth ,
SELW W. j a commercial will be fully qualiBcd to i Cloaks 4
I I tire and before the for the | 4 1 5" 1,000" 500 ; Oall ''it; examine them. r *. ,. .
,t. B. GORMAN. day appointed commence- cuter upon the duties of the Counting Room. 4 100"' Itieh Velvet do : .
T1I1Iee.' January 1. [16] 1858.: 3-tf im-nt of the public sale of the lands embracing the 'i ii Classic and Higher Branches of English, per 4 75 :3,500" 300 400 Tallahassee, November 21, 1857. 47 I Sable Black and Brown Sabl Fur SetU ., ,ftI

--- -- i tract claimed ; othciwisc such claim will be forfeited. j Term of Five Months . . .. .?25 00 -I" 60" l, OO" ---- ---------. .-- I Childretitt Fur Tippets and JOItH.-, fJlUTLEft vilsa4

G. K. CLARK, i. THOS. A. HENDRICKS lffice.I,I Primary Drpartmei.t .. .. .. .. 15 00 : 5.0UO prizes of 20 : . : .i 00,000 200 NEW DODDS 1-NEWDUODS I II .! :DEll1I.AK.tiJ e u"
Commissioner of the General Land The exercises of the SCHOOL will commence ou ; O.- 17, 1857. 42 .' 'J4t' 7 .i
J\11. 1C, 1858. :S 4th I -- -.--- -- .I'. .L .
1 ____ __ __ ___ .____ j MONDAY, January 185S. 5,4'JO Prizes amounting to. : .$:;:iJ,060i FOItTe. :1 Nce-' L -. .
ATCHZ.1AKR Any informtinn required can be obtained by application CQ'Partnegp .

|I Notice to the subscriber} at his re-idence or ut the i i I WHOLE TICKETS ?10 ; HALVES_?5 ; irhTuns ?2. I FALL AH) WINTER 1"H F undersigned! l have this d=1 efctered into a e, ltl t. ..'
I Col. R. H. Btnnr. --:rCo:
ja.j3i.c3L 3e-r1er, 1 after date I shall apply to the lIon.i i ij Store ot I p\rtr.ehfp'1 th, riiwf f wsfefV1." ,' .t
FOUR"ceb 1
1T TOULD respectfully inform the jzens of TallahafKe i Jefferson county, f.i au ori I i I WHOLESALED RETAIL .
\ T and the public eenorally, thAt he has 1 der and decree, for the sale of the following desciibj \ Dee. 5, 1857. 49 The Numbers from 1 t<> flO.t'OO, corresponding illkP1 I DEt.1:1G: BUS .
--- ----
--- -- -
tabn tie) pld stud of J, C. Hall i Co, here he is j lands, belonging to the Estate of Charles D. Me- \ with those Numbers on the Tickets printed on sep.v 1de ?. .
preparrl to repair Clellan, deceased, to-wit: The S W 4 oi N W 4, thewifsw1tlIeIcE1ofsw1nultheNw4 5 Pianos Expected by rate slips of paper, are encircled with Finall tin tubes II f. ll the-ILDa"at1ejf} 0 + "&
I nud placed in one heel. his Stock of : Arv .Cl (
j undersigned H now receiving I S ELV
VatcJies Clocks and JeircJry FIRST PACKET FROM XEW YORK.subscribers TIlE
; t of S E 4 of Sec.22, Town. 1, of Range 4, N and E, | The first 462 pr i7.I.'I. similarly printed and encircled I FALL A.YJ WIXTEH uOO[S, 1! II :

in s "orknian-like manner, and at the most rcasonaIJ I saving and excepting 35 acres lying in S -c. 22 and} i.: lIE are rxnecling by the| are placed in another whpd.I wl.ieh wants neither in Quantity, Quality or Style, I ae to ie,li Ic

rates. Persons having good Watches .hat fail to 27, Fold by said deceased, in his life-time to Jfirst jacket, five superior ''IAXO.s' \ I The heels are then revolved, and number is for the Ladies cf Dl ti"-
1 run well from having been badly repaired, can rely I' Ma.arel E. Stephens, also saving aud excepting Mlt"j from one of the m"st reliable houses in the United drawn fioin the wheel Numbers', and at the same Embracing I I ITlIEf-\\'iJlbel keep a.fall'arid" .

I. upon having them put right at LIB shop. I! acre wide E and W, in the S, cud of W 1 of S l States, of various styles and prices. Persons I time a Prize is drawn from the other wheel., The Silk Robes a Quille, Side Stripe Delnin Robes, .J .:'

(rr.n:: word warranted if well used. -LfJ :; of Sec. 22. To be sold for the payment of the debts i i wishing to supp'y themselves will please call It r Number and Prize drawn out are opened and exhibited 'I el Flounced, Challie I! J). u'A"'IIIop.e :_ .

Jan. 16, 1858. 3-ly j: of aid estate. MLLESNASH&CO.Talia1iasce I to the audience, and! registered by the Commissioners Brocade) Da'aelil're Stripes, Plush Bareg* I''l .)1,.L1VELL.a...
I Ij Jan. 2 1858. I-tf the Prize being placed against the number Cnnille Rot**, I ,
-- ---- -- -- --- HENRY S.McCLELLAN, Admin I ; f
DENTISTBY.Tfii j Jan. 16, 1858. 3-4w i I drawn. This operation i is repeated until all the Pri- China Striped Glace. Printed Merino Robe, I i Jniiuaryl,1856. p j : :
j I II Caution !IALL I zes are drawn out. Satin Plaid. Poult de Loire, Delain I -- --' f *

I Porale.7iLL I .4JjtO.iiIfl'ltSIL 1'1'i=c1.-The two preceding and I II All Wool Delaius.MANTLES. Hats & Caps; .IM5t.
are hereby uctified and, t'nuliont'dHillst I
persons the two succeeding Numbers to those drawing the '
FINE al8f.rtmeot.of HA'1
I '" ba sold at private sale, the following nr- trading for two promissoiy JTOTES of first 7 Priecs will be entitled to tIll 28 .Approxjma-; II BI 11..L1 4 Fall and Winter Stl,' ._ -
I r' tIcks of furniture at low prices- j I hand, one for seven hundred burrs, the other for I I tion Prizes. For eiafflple if Ticket No. 112fO OF EVEnT 101TER1.LSD STTLK.Embroideries SCOTT CA\i.
j eight hundred dollars, given sometime about tin lI.t draws the 6CCOO Priie. those Tickets I -
2 Rosewood Bed Steads, 1 Rosewood Arm Chair, numbered ( 19. 1857. "iS :
i I 1 Mahogany 1 Hall Lantern, !I of January. 1857, payable to Win.. Woolf or bearer 1124S, 11249, 1 11251 11252. will each be entitled to Sept. .
I ""m. Woolen! bearer of tbem due the OF EVEU1 KIND.Valencnfie
I 1 Rosewood marble top 1 Rosew cod Sofa, j or to or one *400. If Ticket No. 55n draws the :25.000 Prize. '
first of 1 S.:8, and the other due I Maltese and Hmiiton La, Boys& Gents
January: January those Tickets numbered 518 549
Wash stand, 1 Roeew'd Centre Table, ), 551, 652, will each .
1 Toilet Bureau, Roeew'd, 1 :Fine Hat eland. lt$5t$ The consideration for which these said Notes I be entitled to $300, and lO'n according to thc aooH: : BONNETS, BELTS A"D TRIMMING! RIBBO'S S.Tiie I FALL &. WINTER CLOTkHN-- .

i 8 Extra RoKew'd. Chaircs, were given IIUMTU, utterly failed. We are deter- I scheme. I : LuRId signed would nt."cal!!! t the nUcnti'Si;; ; nf t1'p ,, t 'U-. "
f miiu-.l nut t'i pav them unless! compelled by law. The 5,000 Prizes of?20, will be determined by the Public: geherally, to JIM large and complete 5too\ of i iOcntH : CI ALL and see our .It largn4 west.

; und rigned gives notici that he intends vis- The articles are as good as newand of the mcst JOHN TIRADEi i last figure of the Number that draws the f 00,000 and Youth" Fdlllllll Winter Clothing, I I 1 leeted. 1l0nGKISt3.8C011- OOZU,"..
1 several times during : rare and beautiful material nnd fine workmanship.Applv \ His Prize.For if the Number I Sept. 1 1857. 38Nathaniel
jUng tjmncy professionally ; I : example, drawing the60,000 Gents aud Youth Fall and Winter I .
where be will Jto wait on at Messrs. Walker the present year, be'pleased $ ( 1, tiinaht tile Tickets. HATS. CAPS. .f -/t aCOMMISSIOK'
all those who may be in want of lUll services. i ToEDWINA.HAItT.Jtn.l6lS8. I maik.Montice.Ho I I where the No. en'1ti J 1. will be entitled ,o $20. If L- '- FOOTS AND SHOES. Hainlen,
,Teeth inserted on the Cheoplastic process,a process i 3 4t Dec. 30, 1857. [Jan. i 0, 1658. 2-it the No. ends with No 2, then all the Tickets where I .
intirelv uew, wbldi surpasses anything yet discovered ___ ___ ___ __ ___ u_ -- the No. coda in 2 will be entitled to ?20, and so on ; ;MkSCHANT-

: for full Setts. Hundreds of the best certificates ; SELLINGOFFNEW Notice. : toO. pjevcr ,. ... a : ,mjaid: l-Vp: ; No. rfS Povcfras SLN4 :t ; '
can be shown in its favor. Will be in Quiney on A Months frrm the first publication of this no- I Certificates of Packages will be sold at the follow- SaluIa, SfnjHM i.uncU, I -r". '1.a..l.0 .
T -r-ru "
fonda, Februanr the 1st, and will remain till the RK SIX' the undersigned Administrator of the EsI I I rates, which is the risk : Marlboroug St.ipcs aid Unsset? apd bjaek Shoes. Refers to Gov. James E. Broome Ta1I

10th. P. P. LEWIS. YO COSTFORCASH. tate of Robert Sturgcs, deceased, late of Leon couu- I: Certificates: of Package of 10 Whole Tickets. .$80 Plaids, Linseys sad !\pn',. Jean. I: George K. WaJker.Dq.,. .rl .H4

Jau. 16, 185$. S-tf ty. will present his final net-dint and vouchers as said u 10 Half .40 Heavy Cotton Osuaburghs, Virginia all Wool Lioseys, I Gen. Wm. Bailey, JtrTersou oity.JI, ,.. '

--- administrator, and ask for a discharge. I' II 10 Quarter u 2U j I 4 14 brown and bleachWool hats, T. J. J inUoy Esc.. \t 'n' S. U
: ADOLF SCH i. DANIEL D. STURGES Admt'r. 'I 10 Eighth : 1C I >/d domestic Steel, Iron and NaiN, J. G Putnam Etf:. Haditta: u J JIJ

-"* "; -:-- v Jan. 9, 1858. 2-6m In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the I Brown and bleached Shec- Complete assortment oftin'g" .) t Eeh1E; .: .

: GARDNER AND TLORIST, I r HE Subscriber u desirous of ;removing from thisA --- -- -- -- money to our address for the Tickt ordqi-jd) on re- Hardware. .h \l.... d'T7'8WYsfwi '

: ox CABBAGE HILL, place and offers his entire. .. j. Notice.SIX i reipt of which they will! Lt' forwaitbd by first iqai. CARPETING: J. J. Soiling, EftqU clt\'J.' .,-," c'" 'p .

I STOCK OF .uERCIIA./\'JJIZE Purchasers. hare ticket ending in any figure the! v tin a ,E, Remington,Esq.Thonasville. G \.
ri.m o.
place out of town on the Brinbridge Road.) weeks after date the undcisigned will r.j'ply denigfate. '. I!, 'Ihiec Ply and I'J' Carpets, :

T AM prepared.now to lay out ground, in the new- I consii-lirg part of Dy Goods, Cloth'ng!; i lard!ware, the J'ulge of Probate! of Leon cllntti.: .! Iff- may The List of Drmr r.'mlca. ml Prices will b' Parlor Rtig" and door Matts. ._ Oet4,187.: .. 4* r l'.I1__ _

t. est style; by ftey orjob work. I have on hand Saddlery, tc, tcn 4.c. at I tf'fg of udminibtrnt, de bonis non, on the Estate of I' sent to purchaser immediately! after tin drawing.CJT" t All of the almve mentioned articles,.\\ill bo lold I Butterand
.' .tj >ortment Shrubs, Evergreens, I Wm. U. Byon. deceased. E. W ILCt: 'II upon an good terms as can be bought of any House BIUkWkCa&tS
f>r.:' ; *.:, oa.a NEW YORK COST, FOR CASH. [:: Purchasers! will' plc-a'e write their signature I e'
Fruit Tree*, flt: can a heap money. _____ __ .____ __ | .
; also,Strawberries and .h paragos, *c, lc. the wise is sufficient. CALL SOOX. I --*- tJ' Remember that.c\: try Prize is drawn and : -, D. C. WILSON.Oct. 40 Eighth bbls.: !Tkwheat-, r-. ai'ttJ1C'r

Jan. 16. 1858. 34wOats&o. I WM. K. COHN.. I I Administrator's NotiCf: j pavable! in full 'without deductfop.j I Ii, 165,'. -.2 Quarter do 4. A 'ta*
I --- -- t ---' 10 Kegs- tern utt'tr. "M.- >!* -
j tfi[ All prjfes.uf ?1OC'C: auj If1.Q Jer, paid iinmedjntely ---7-
Newport. .Jan. 9.P58. 2-tf i ; having been apjxiniuted ndmiii- .
.:-. THFuuderigntt nlcr( the dnngothcr rrbes: at tTio cu.1.lt.'rr.c More Prices than Blanks ALSO 60 boxes English. Dairy Gtfces f i'.
-- ---- ------- ----- will anuc>L J, of the E/tatf of
"\ 'fjsItt JTI.":DICAL NOTICE. Frederick To\il-, tat(1',, hceasrj, hereby gives notice : of iirly?; da;"'?.. :. ,. II = -- For side by RH. BEKRT.NoremUr .
3 superior Nortl eoi Oats U, 1857. 4T
hOO No. I --.e--- to rill creditors, legatees[ and penuiiA entitled! to All cpninmniciitionr. strrtfy? conC'dcpi'iif.; ; }l'/;Jfl' OTIIKI: TICKET J'JIZF _. .
20 CO Plongbs, -- -- -
t t distribution, that tllcr-; claims and cmnnds \\illbe ] Address Urders for Tickets or Certifiy.tfs to ---- -
No. 1 A. PEELER J. C. BATES. I lot'jufL'i.je .
60 :
-t .U .t.iro i :. I S. :: .\N ,\ CO. .t Ga. \ CIG A-R S.LARGE
n' 1ifr1ctu !
>Q. liQ A co rIouS'h' -- I barred at the erpiration; of two years lifter the grunting .: : ; Hl'sstl'r'cd'fuIl'Y.. .lA-tters at_ ur Risk. .1. '.

:i: Po nl50 j Drs. Peeler & Bates ; of letters administration u"Ic exhibited: within T" r, rson: reciding: near Montgomery, Ala., or I' ', MtOOUGAt U

.4 4 dozen HartfoTJ' Collins' Axes. I that period. Atlanta, (;Ja, can have their orders filled, and save Capital Prize 850,000 21, 'H. It. -j 'UQBBI.w.March
tale J. I TTAVI.VG associated thtmselves in the practice I And nil ptrsonp indebted to the said Frederick time, by addressing S. Swan & Co., at cither of those I --- _
For O. tJ MEUIS5.
n.l6. fy .I.:4t < ; JLJL of Mcdiciue and Surgery respectfully offer Tow Ie. or to the late firm of Towle & Mvers, are cities. j jt2T" ANDERSON &. SON'SLOTTEJR.Y NEWnODxS\ : '' r ...

: { their services to the Public, in the! treatment of all : hereby required to make irr.mt-dbtc pa\Im'IIL '. A list of the numbers that arc drawn from I ,
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1858.Look This i acute as well as chronic diseases of all! charactersi Mr.:Selim W. Myers, of TallahaF:is authorised the wheel, with the amount of the Prize that each JUST RECEIVED JifIIl&
; at I I i I Office. Waukeeuah Jefferson co, Fla. tact ::s my agent in receiving noticeof clauim, and one is entitled, will be published after every drawing I ON Tilt II.\\'.\\.\ I'LVN .!.' .siNT.LE M'MllKUS.:
who have not supplied then I j 1---Jan.9JS58. 2-tf j payments of money, and for all other business connected I in the follojvna pal'crl': Augusia (Ceo ) ConFtitutionaliist I NCW BOOKS & NOVELSr( .

THoSE with stock for the present year. :! OABXTElTSEEDS I IbnQWTI with mv. said administration. i New Orleans Delta, Mobil"! Ilegistcr, i JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTEB DORE-A Stroller in Europe; "* tPrra
i Charlt btuu Standard Nn-I.\"iIle Gazette, Allan'a Intelligencer. MHY EL GR1NGO-Travels in Mexico- ; ".*.
would do well to wait and eee our lot 'bet. t TOWLE. : I '-M3 :
tore ourchasin elsewhere.. We bare several tin. I j OT *857."VA I II Jan., 1858. 2 New York Weekly Day Book, Sa\annah 4fl7I1uHj'1j.J'fIP( ; c7A77tIP' (l.tl. DR. RANK'S Arctic Expedition; ,.* .>< ftt t.

pair of horses,"well broke, and also several A No. 1 |I TE weulJ tie I Slorning News, Richmond Dispatch, New York Dispatch MEMOIR of S. 3. FreuifsV, 8pcb .4e;, .
ingle harness horses, which we will offer for sale on call a'ftcntron of our friends nnd a.iJ Paulding (Miss) Clarion. ('I.IS.Ff: Draws 1st January 1838, THE DAYS of my life-A, 'novel by'th6

the most reasonable term*. !: T T. thp public AStorfmenCo/generally, to oiir present Large and I GUNSMITH SHOP. J Nov. 14, 1857. 46-ly ('LASS; (;G, Draws 16th January, 1858, author of Margaret and"Zaidce; 'r .
well selected i .. .
I I ---- ------ --- ISABEL-A novel 0 .
Weather permitting, we will be in Tallahassee on In public, at Milton Ha. uudor the sworn superintendence ;

or about the 16th or 20th inst I' jj FRESH CARDED .SEEDS. I undersigned begs leave to inform the citizens I eQ I of E. C. Bulkley and Joseph Waterman, ARTISTS WIFE-A novel';*'4..'

HILL A HILLS. | Our Seeds'Ilre procured from a G,lJ Climate, and rrllE this place an i surrounding country, that he g ."' VASCONSELOg. De'Ir 11ft.'.
Jan. 16, 188. S-tf ; consequently will flourish the better in a warmer one, ASS opened a number onecUvsjfrj I --- -- -- -- by Sinms;, tt&e.McDOUOALL -'oJ...
_ Tickets $10 Halves 5 Quarters 2 50. & HOB3Y *
---- Call ; ;
such as ours. f33T" early or send your orders, [ SHOP I PEN. & GEO. B. R. Co. -- -- July 4, T7. 21 '
SALE 01" ,
that you may secure the varieties you desire. .
AMES 4 LIVELY. I and that l he re now prepared to ilu all kind oft ork i! THE ROAD beiug now complete some Thirteen Prizes Payable Without Deduction: -- IDontRead'Thjg- 3b

School & Seminary Lands. January 9, 1858. 2 I belonging (to his line butinettx/ in ihe Left :and most ,.*, the Company will receive Cotton or other !' .' ;
I workmanlike manner. All work donu at his : freight at Station one, where an Agent of the Company Ony 80,000 NtmubersIm'0! Prizes !lS .
NOTICE is hereby given, that in pursuance of j: Florida Railroad. I I warranted.f3T. shop U located to receipt for any freight brought -- \JU, DON.tfJ? '. '. ,:'It:

will offer fur sale at public auction, all theKKUJSfA j Call andffitc li,' a In,! jg$ there for transport-UK to Tallahassee or St Marks. C J{ E Jd K.:: "1 ATE havejust received from'Ne.' OrIM I4a ,

Jl Y LA XD8, 'I AUGUSTUS fmo\VN. I There will be two trips of the Train per week, 1 Piizeof. :.fSO.OOO > V. S hir. Wm.ll PettisndN.w. TotkPe' I

-AXt> ALSO ALL THES1XTEENTH ,.Q Shop at Mr. Wm. Kuhn'n Carriage Shop, next t:> (Tuesdas and fridays) leaving the Depot at Tallalmicc t. .. .. :.... .. .. 1***).f V 11-*U-k Barlt R. H. CumbTe, a Targe and well selected .

I P. B. Brokaw'n Livery Stables.TallttbasseeLpec. at 2J& o'clock, and nrimuir at Station No. T, i H ;. .. .. .. .. I,}\J I/. STOCK OF. GROCERthSJWfo Ht JfiI

SECTIONS, a meeting the Board of Directors of Hie 10), 1857. 61-Gm P. A G. &. K, at 3J u'\o*, P. M, ttirJ letving Sta- 1" .. .. .. ... 2flOOI. 9' :. 1'
I tad lands selected to supply deficieociei therein ly- AT Florida Railroad Company, held at Fcrnandiua I _ tion 1, nl 4 o'clock, end arriving at the Tallahassee .. ,. .. .. .1J1(1)( .. -ALIO--,; .. ;' ,t

16g and being in the ConnUes reioafter named at 00 the 7th day November, A. D.. 1857 the following WU."E. ANDERSON Depot at 6 o'clock I" l.nyo Brandiea, Syrup*, Cigars,At, '..,, !

-: the times herein specified. The sale of tie land IytIC resolution wu adopted: I yjn-oiii/li Frriylit bctirttn Station Jfir. 1, (Ctiaiw,) 2 [OO. i.noo The Subscriber are determined after tbu] 4a T.: ;

in each county will take place before the door of WHEREAS, The work on the Florida Railroad having .A"t1orn.D Lit La"'OV, an J fit. Mtirkx:-On Cotton 75 cents per Bale.- 2 350 :. &ol. abandon the Bys ofseHinggood09.CREDIT.!

the Court-house tn whkh they recpeetlrely lie The advanced to a condition which bring it into useful I I II On other Goods :3U t cents per 100 pounds.liitirccn 19" .. .. .: oo. :OlC'. For Caxh or Country Pfodmtewe .'
sale will connexion with the business of the interior nod Tatlatituuee and Station Xn. 1-Ou Cotton Ion" ._
flonmence i SOTJCHOR L\ EQUITY, 100 10,000; .WllIlIt'll/ tim.e) be happy towijhigowls 8en : J' _
In the practicability of a successful prosecution of it to I 25 cents per Bale. On other goods 12J cents per 4RO Approximations. :. f' fs.
Madison County, on Monday the 12th of i MAUUXX.J"LA. I oftvery descriptirnjabove at pnMjad's
the end being retrtoably demonstrated, the Company I, A change equal to 5 cents per mile, w,1I1e made 16.t'(10' Prizes of f 8,50 eo .'. .'.127, og New York and New ,'Ora 3'% .
April next f I which Las thus Car conducted the enterprise consider u"ORACTICES to to and from the terminus of the road. itjconieanJ
passengers -- doubt J\l _
in the Courts Jackson, Wwhjj- try,q.at J., !Il lJl"
In Columbia County, on Monday tJie I9lh of j j that a point has been reached where they may hopeto I I JL ton and J-'rnuklin-in the Supreme Court at Ma-' COTTON will be received at the crossing of tl-o 10.liOO Prizes amounting to. . Hi 't 1) Stand, Corner Monroe and JefferonSa *. : UBROK&RoD4
April next; be met by the confidence and co-operatiou of the :I County-line road.

In AlacJuta County, on Monday the 2Glh of I. planters and merchants of the interior: :: rialln ,l1l1J iu. the United States District Court atpatacLieola. 100 pounds. F. H. FLA.GO, Scct'y. Think Notes of sound Banks takeu at par. May 28. 5T. 21-tf ;a1 J

April next Therefore, Resolved That lie Secretary be directed I A I IREF.f.'J'XC"S Nov. 28..1857. 48 Checks on New York remitted for prizes. _.: -- -- .;. ; ..,.&
; to invite subscriptions to the Stock of the Company : I -- --- Address orders for tickets or Certificates of Packages ( Wintei' l _.

In Levy County, on Thursday the 29/A of upon the tame terms as heretofore, and to take Hen.. WayleBaker.) TllllallaM o. MEDICAL NOTICE. of Ticket to II.' UWh'1 : Hna ....

April next ; such steps as may affo-d the most convenient opportunity U. L. Rutgers. Agent 9. W. It. Bank, ANDERSON SOX, Mna&n. O UR STOCK w pow complete o > '

In Marion County, on Monday tJic 3d of May to the tnhubitauti of the B veraf ftrcr,rfed Horr.J. J. Finley. tJlri-unn Dr. A. CTFTBLAKE Macon or Savannah, Go. spection, and com prises as WI ua 'a ._,
nexf Counties to take Stock.A Isaac Witfgcoft, Ag"t. B. Columbas, !al annu. I Dec. 19, 1857. 61 tion of '. .. 1.1
S ; true from the Dec. 12, 187. 60-6m : CONTINUES to offer bin Professional Services to Groceries Hardware. H luw-w..r.
minutes. ,
eopy <> f'
In the toh of Centrevillc and adjoining nei, h-
Sumptcf Cctatty, on Thursday of : u.Lli
GEO. tf. CALL Sec'y.In j boihood. Residence changed to Ceutrcville.. Officeat Health Bitters. dlery, ry; tfnre>
--F Charleston.
May next ; r Iwr 8tovf, Dry Guodau: Irri> "

In Hcrntaido CC1tlTlIy, on Monday tilt lOlh of pursnsnee of the foregoing resolution, notice is THE Schr. IIEXR Y sun: 2S5 tt cS bur- fiCSL Ins ieside'iee.flee.. ?6. 1 1X87. 62tfChristmas TO those health suffering or from deranged Dyspepsia state of the Debility Stomach enfcblod nrtnre, Hatimrl Ca fS. Buota uiYaokwIfotiousofallaorU. flI14.

that the books of the Charlcbtor shouldj '2jiuffici -------- ,a. ,
load for -
May next; hereby given Company are per will .c .
\, ttc.: these} Bitters are recommended the '
All which offer for sale) add
IHUltboro' the JS.'A manently open at Fcrnandina where ,subscriptions ut freight offer. For freight engagement: apply Fruit we .iei1'
County, on Saturday Faculty, as a certain For sale > '
may be made either in person or uy letter the to ilcNAUOIIT, ORMOND L CO. I cure. by an inspe tko of lame,'by our frirMeNAUOUT _- _er
May next; amount of the present nwnstnennt being ? 7.00 on Dec. 10, 1R57. 51 .4i JC': TRECElrrJ rzr." jr1ON:" ORMOD4.

i& Manatee County, on Tuesday the 10th of nab share oflCO.OO. This company is the owner i. WHOLE Boxes Raisin*" Nov. 14. 1857. 4B Newport Nov. U, W r M .. .

May next. D. WALKER, town site of Fcrnandina and Cedar Key and also -----Rioo Bice.O )0 20 Half "' of '
of land which had been SO Butler & Denham Ladies Dress- III
Register, 4c. 750,000 acres property appraised O TIERCES RICE 'JO half tierces do.O Quarter :
at over $2.000.000, and] it ;i8 believed that a 4 Boxes Citron
Ian. 1C, 1858. 3-18t for sale to arrive per Henry Null from Char BOW opening their o'ALL.nd WINTER PaD and Wift" IS
of share i Bbl. Cm rant. ARE.
_. further assessment from '8.00 to f 10.00 per LATEST
leston. MeNAUOUT LES which comprise a complete and Timed Stripe sod I
will be sufficient to finish the read. 117-.r9
750,000 AChES OF GEO. W. CALL; See',. Dee/IE. 1857.. jklLochfines._ ------- -fL 6WalnutB awoitmeut i fn efefy department. Ift the Silk and Poplins and DvLaiue '
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Jan. 9 1858. 2-tf .\Tn Dress depart t.ill be found some Of the moat rice At,just received-T -. _- .

ftorida Land for fitfle. -- / Brazil Nuts, l.-.r? _. .. beautiful un'd elegant nop1KI1Jv'T.L PLLNotIour1

WILL be Kid at public outcry on Monday the fta? Charleston( !f fy 0 HAW BBLS. Lochfine Herrings, j jafel landed For sale by K. H. BERRY. tiidestriped: Silk Robes, G oepu.iV tn. j. so
Flouuccd '*
at Starke. aU the and fur late, price. *IO half barVel.McNAUGHt I. Dee. 12.1857. 50 dark ,grourifjdtr
Tebruary out
aboqI.ad.. WILLIAMS'.. ORMOND 4. CO. -- bright b
nil Land lies witki* Iftmik of thelond& f
) THESchr."HBrETNinTw with_ D c. tv, lSi7. 61 Solid;Color Myira Antique,
Ballroad wbieh !a DOW completed to Starke. port, 2j AMBEOTYPESAND Black do ALL person liaviug c:1aima"i .M'W.t

(the plaeeofMle, 75 njil. from Fernandma.) and despatch,having the greater part of her cargo engaged Flounced do colored: : P. Farmer*d d.iiliQt .. .
.m be eqmp1et to Cedar Key and Ocala by the and going on board. For freight or passage .Hei'&Co1es" MELAINOTYPES, BWage: wirfe nr.u., I'
Delaine Robes
a :
lit January 1M and embrace the fiowt dewripnfSngar apply to McNAUQHT ORNOMD. their busioess TAKEXPVBAII/BY. 'J 'J' t ,
re-opened therseasou o fair
Together a of Bi!!k Bilks, _
Oottoo, Corn Turpentine,.*nd T&nber Newport, Jan. t. 1868.2 HAVE g, Storage nnd Selling Cotton, and wil Rooms over RantoJd's Drug Store. Black Bilk Velvet .Basqtae assortment niUth': Shepard, PIa@ Lyl rerb. ortbty'' d11J Wnd-a.,: .

&Jk make li5erara vl1 es ou' Outtod consigned to thai are rmakeIt paymt-tI& _
Figured Merinos Plain d., Black Domb Fwnoh =
Persona oWruif to atUnd the saLe can reach Fer Notice.LEON ten. rPHl5! .Roolfas'Iiaye! been' tliofoughly refitted, aniJL i EJnbroidered Setts, Brussels point 'A lique ot. Setts, SAUlTDEfiSi bff; r ? 4 .

D&I14ina br .teamer. from either Cb,rletoo or 8a.fmaii2to1SboaaandthenoetoStarke. COUNTY:ICCASUKIE, t Scpiember1 1'857.Portable' gg are' nbu in excellent condition, fur the purpose : Sett; Real point Lace, Wjiite llhnl&m Capes.p D40. IV, 18S7 -I].*. 1.I .

.b delli go cJ., The Public are invited to eall.Oct'.Si. Dot 17 !178'. 42BUSHfeL8'CORICfor
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&7R&ilot4iD4L&r ,xciKz: &, 22nd, 1857.rpHIS f I i..t
*; : 1657. 44 -- :
'na"ef&be'fJaridB hwd Company Till i. to certify, Ihat PATRICK SMITH is my Forge. ..- "

'be t'.. _ot,or liberal credit wifl U 'ax. ,JL duly.aotitorU Agent to transact all my.buM,* MORTIOLNG Machine, Boring Machine, Congress Water. C rl. GuNSr Cloth aad& JA"d- -

Fur farther to ( YC4iTO.fl4I1'Q12t for motxy in my .BAone, .Li Straw Cotter, Meat CutUrr, ., of'-
partienUra apply ,BCM Q ? '
abM Bbclim self abutting Binges, Late. st rteet.*?r sale by I tifl sle ir: A good ,. .' "
Corn _
Hojt.D.li TUfeE, Us 8.8 WaJogto : and to attend to.u bcttoew (\If me during my ; gate AFHESJaffOwly.-jn_ .. ., -

';'Oi.OEO.W..LLL, 'FiIa.- >oc3th... ; ,. *. '....HERRING. es43.gtO..: BUT ERW -"&. .H NUAH. .. ..AUJl'-'zai .i'UVELY.. .' 1UnRbPKfl8&MEOkNI5s. .,.,." :, ; t 't ', J'.ItI A.P1Jk'1l. .
JaL18, fl5L $.. d8 Plorida Jm-,11 MS. : p4f.. Nuv,14,18': BvpLk : 1 ..7:', .,. Mkrcb 2t'6. .. .12 : wkrt. I'Tuv. 14-18s7. < AT! 11'J7t
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' _' NEW .O OS. Tttc.MJ.: '!11 HEW OAD.I.1R. mopt WILLIAM .P-{)f.t ER, ..t Dr.ff.fflj Wt1Nn4TkD1

ym.t ; undersigned 'tM-gt lesrtVto fafoimlhe. citi 11-zo'1,

;; / itscaAs.i. DYKE JOHN TBATOKiOUS : THE DS or Tnllabass and -T .- tUot lie has M.vrACTVUERO oriT'S'P: fT. ..VE RitrIGE1, :

?; :I.-..> T.. .... baadl'U, I MERCH&NT tAILOR. opened a carriage shop in. this, pTace joining, Inoc ,WARI WI1h:aALE A1(1' '.1ZT1L A ,

Brokaw's Livery Stables JAIAMIWARE. )
Dealer..a "eaiMa4e u I.taIug andGentleie&s ''I DEALER ix PLAIN. FAT AWD LIVER PILLS'
4 II.a. W .ADV DT18I1fO. in the building formerly occupied by J. L Oroner, I I

: ._- -,\' _.an\iDSertle.. II 00 Firalslllq1 Co.ds. Milton and Chattahoochee, where het t. prepared to do all kind of work In his i Stove Ilcnd-Qnnrlcr i Vwo of the Wt Pr..ratt.M-.'... .
.-.. 60 j jI line at the shortest notice aad oo the most Parlor ,. A.

;. jftilpllilllliilii I iriiiini 11 T dit e"etted at 110 per : am nor receiving my Fall and Winter nip I'U. S. Mail Line i : REASONABLE TERMS, I A A SPLENDID and Wood Stove assortment. trimmed Cooking.with neatness I I .
They not
,1 : NNI5taOIPJk.d with the 'nunibtrofeoatianed 1Y of Cloths, "lti Jt Jfttrr.t; Vesting, 4.c., nj omi-VVeoJ1y- such as carriage painting and trimming; trtaki.ig new I: and durability at reduced prices. : r

!;. _,' "b. antil. forbid and charged: J Every Color, Style and Quality) 7> /ir., Milton Tuesday's and Friday's, at 10 I buggies procured mid wagons a first ,rate and all kinds of repairing. Having i i j jCarriage Out Door Fronl Work.Heads Guttering. Copper I IRoot1ng.OrDtment.1 mended as Universal*

'; : ; irhich lOIn prepared to mnkc/ in ihc ZIUL o'clock, I., m. and Sheet Lend', Sheet !
2: of pnblication of Ifgal or estate up Lriirc.t IUlalwor/lft and Salurdtn'x Painter Trimmer and Tin Conducting .Ptpl'l. Cure-aIls, but simply for

. -: given until the advertising fee is :, rashiOlwblc style! vn slmrt H'tltrc (after tlie TlCRdly. / ( from fioii New York the undersigned u prepared to lit Zinc Lead Pipeo. Patent Cistern lump Shop work
AND REASONABLE TERMS ic'hiulu' 1aults.vr this, kind of work n* well and in the latest style a* it of every variety d\>:tic at hort notice. what their name .
AJ 1I11rlthegr. pur
b- __. < I ca.i be done! at the Noi th. City niicl Coiiiilry I IerolinniHAre
,,- -ALSO- Fiti., and Ihiinbridgc, (;a., All those who have this kind of work to do. and call befoie
S invited togivc me a purcharing
:" A L.\RUF.\'iJ: WELL: sI.1.: nu .sI oK 01' IN GOOD TWO-HOUSE HACK! wish it done in a manner that will not fail to give respectfully ports.The
"..i i ( READY-MADE CLOTHING, r"fc 'J1I j IS Line j is hoW in first rate order. Thr whole satie faction, wcrM (10 well to call on\\ ). K17IIN3. &T: elsewhere.:. n. All articles mannfartaed from the very VERMIFUGE, for
J Stoek ha-hei renewedilh and ci-mfor- I No other !
" : ) new Lest material and warrantee: durable. art i iIe
0 >n'itinic of every garment suitable for winter weai, 2, '67 IS
t.tl-le I Hacks. I I.- I Hiivei i are cat eful. pober nt.d; ac : May sale. I Worms
. __ ______ will be offered for expelling from
euch n* Cl 1ak Tulniiit., Coats Ye'U, PantsA, tic.. al- : u
roniinod.it'1114. A libi-ral allowaxce of baggage: 42 i
: which will be difJKwed of at low |iticeK Piano Fortes. October 20. 1355. .
r luwed t-) 'jach I --- the human
. ILL A Iso, A large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirt-, O'llars 1 passenger system has
-- arc prepared to funii"h Piano Wines, Syrups, &c. : ,
Un't) r1 hil ts.Cnivatr. SUnks, Hosiery, lc., .b!. I WE
lime desiring a thoiongh out-fit/ will eoiH-ilt their J. AGENTS : Fortes, of the very best quality, I.D Otard Brandy, SparklingCidtr.Old I also been administeredwith

own interests by giving me a call ns all the almvo nrticl At tiltou, JAS. A. CHAI-KIV, upon the most liberal terms. O Port, Old Port Juice

: I 's have b aeleeted with great: care and with a fSencva A It., ,t. n. MO:IfJy., :, They are second to none iu any country cither as Madeira, Brandy Cherries. 'I. the most satisfactoryresults

rpeciaUicw i t.> their adaptation to this lIIal kl t. Cainpbcltoii J. \\ Siiirn, to quality or price.verylnstrumentwi1l. I Sardines .

.L : October )18, lt>50. ]J- 42 I )l.ti ialllla, \". NICHOLS, } be ,'arrallte..! Sparkling Sherry Gelatine Preserved Quinces, t to various animals
.Lt -- CJ.attahno.laf'e' D. CIIUQ'i' MILKS NASH & CO. : Pears
: t Ames & Lively ; IVKWSTOHII M\V' <;.OOUS.I I P.ir-:>fii.rers can bo taken thlou.h with certainty! Fehruary 23, 185C. 8 : Yeast Flavoring Powders Tamarinds, I subject to Worms.
eccuiitv find with comfort. -
-- +- I Olives Spices,
i HAVE just received the fbllowini ."?aigennd well !! WEBER & DANNHEIMER, i OHO. D. FIShER, 1 India Rubber Belting.I I Spanish Corn Starch, Pickles.'Worcestershire The LIVER PILLS
usortmeritofBItUSH1S, which are Proptietor i and Cuutractor. ;I
I LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Belting, of Sauce, Salad Oul. ,

'-. $ offered in for sale Southern on as reasonable Market viz terms: as can be afforded MERCHANT TAILORS, May 9, 'no 19-tf. ._ I V two, three and four ply, walTlllltt.1 fully equalto I English Mu.tard l, Caper, : the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT -
any AM> HFAI.KUS IS Cocoa.
i.B.BtOIAW'S.LIVERY Leather, and 75 cent cheaper iu fact conid- f Claret
per ;
Pakrt Brnshi-*, grounJ from 0 t. OOOfjOO, RE! D -. ; DE CLOTHL\f ered by those who have tried ihcai, superior to Leather AMES: .t LIVELY. ; all
. do ,do.do. Copperbound from No. 1 to 0, BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS
WhiU"Wau Brushes, of all grades and sizes, I .tNt) t ,AND: SALE STABLERTALLAHASSKi All fizes, from 4 to 14 inches wide oontantly ; January. .5, 18of. .
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I). LA n!D. -
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8bo do in pairs and w ilk t"p knot. i 4_ _" l r iji Proprietor: would) infoi N.-wpor\Oct.- _18\1856. -42 Livervand Sale Stable. ,

Sea Boot B4H Bruehen, SUBSCRIBERS arc now < 'nin at 'f _.- ] 'in his fi iend and the Town Property for Sale. 'II i E undersigned gives notice ACHE, &C. .

. do do Velvet do ; 'fnFo Mers. n..t.J..p ; ji' }!iC, that he h.is; rebuilt his._ _ 1. that he has purchased -
Storr next t Megiisniss
nrte Hair Flesh do curved and plain.Tooth : a well selected! Stock of Fall and \ jiitei-- \ I large Brick StaUeP, at the old stand: and! i ii now ff HE undersigned i offers at private sale the f.lluw- fJ___ the Livery Stable of_ _ Purchasttsvill please"be
Hair and Sail Brushes, in great variety, l.nrIUH.1: t<) arcnmtiKHlatu) hisfiioiul(( and customers JL ing described property known!the Jraia Lot, : William H.New.iom, in Tallahassee, together .!th the
. Infant do doBora ('15. suitable for lie also has attached to )hi? Stable, a good Black- viz : Lots No*. :3, 25,27,30,48: 140, 111. 142 143, : will of the establishment, and that he i is nowprepared Jbr

. t do Fle b Gloves. GEyi'ltKMKX.'f'KAH! \\ \ niith Shop. where he willhaxe have dune all kiiuNofPJanUktion 144, 221', 227. 235. 28 ,210, 211, 212. 243; 24 I. 24i.I good to on the business in nil its brain, .he*, particular .to ask

I Win bound Stencil Brushes ;, ","sisI1tIg in 'ian: of Fieiieh and Kni'lNh Cloth*, Cas. work Horse shoeing, aud Carriagewoik in I 248 246. 25J, :52. 253. 251, 25r. 257, 28, 2C8, all ,. and promises carry the public with good accommodation Dr. C. McLane's Cele-

do domsrkingdo I sirrttres nndc"tings of the latest style and bst qua!. j the very bcit manner and with pioinptncss and dis. I in the original }plan of the city of Tallahassee.ALSO in hue Hue on reasonable tertns.RICHARD.

lieD i boond Roof do itT which they are prepare.! to mikc tip t') onli-r in j ju patch.November. I i I SAl'NDERS. brated V

-& 8cr ib ta I woikinn'i like and liiuuiible inannor, a'id on HtA- 5 i, 1 5". 44 : ER.flFUGE atc
__ Lots X 1,2.t, 4,1i, fi, 7, in 3.County qr. I Sep.C.lSsr i .
P.e.ih aMLoeket4tig dodttttdan 1 "'ONAn'rE: Tnt\I: Al bo, a gwd ortiiient of } --- i
tip. and Graining Combs, READY-MADE CLOTHING i ieulloi"lill Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, -\ L 8 O- Notice.SIX LIVER PILLS, prepared By

. fhnrTV Hair aDd Badg Blenders I For Sale by I'. It. Brokaw.Subscriber I Lots N.!. 4, 12, 13. 15, 16, 22, 25, 89, 10, 48, 61 .
l f'ine, I lilal.k; andiilmod Cloth Fioek .
d* do Pencils, I V'f I C'!. in the South County quarter. mr.ntln after date, the undersigned, expoutor \ IIt
4 ffsjliliT Hi mill i-.Tlnliiii. Buffalo and Thistle, (,}a1's, Fancy Cassitneie, BuMu'-hS (.VaU, flack and t'u= C1 "rl"lIJ- has just lecciveda I The above described property formerly l belonged the estate of Thomas l Reynolds deceased late \\ '',.'\ @ xo .
I Colm ed Ra Ian. and Ovei Coats Black and Fancy i iD l.Fge supply of Carriages, : final aceounN antl
J Jin
Ha do ) to Oov. Brown. Fur further information nUll terra", of Leon county, will present
I *.ekin and Ca-sinieie Pant, Figured Cirenadine 'cf .-lugfi ie!. and I Harncs, which he offers Probate of said. 0
Tsther'with a large lot of Paints and Painters Material which will be liberal apply to A. Perry maker, Esq, vouchers, the Hon. Judge of county
mid Faney Silk raid CI5siIIurect'. for ale on the most a-astinable: teini". I i SOLE PROPRIETORS PittSburgh
*. : I Attorney at Law TnllahaI'e.I anti ask> to be discharged. j -
. KT. II, .1861. 47ILACKSMITHINGT !I A LSO- I NovimberlS, 1SJ54. 4G I CHARLES 1' MANNING.Until JESSE AVERITT, Executor./ ,

A gotd :ISS' itni>*nt of I black arnl fancy t-ilk cravats J Jnnd -- MILES -NASH"" CO.:----- -7- !i sold, the above property A. PERRY will be AMAKER.February for rent. I Ii _Sept._ __' 12., 1857..e __ ._ _.:37CmNotice._ -'- Pa., and take no

tie-, .Iill., lflwrTo, sk.and cotton uii lea thi..ts) 'Ictlarl
Dealers in Medicines &c. I other there
Drugs 'ltfNotice various
& '. j as are
. --0- "(,.k. g1"l.t. : : .. ,
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nE firm of BROKAW A subscribers me new bcginneit nnd. ii"t ent in- rceei%ed fi om New Yoi-k p final
.J'lTST [ Months after datf. I shall present ac-
. a'I FITTS having been dissol-, ly unknown) to tho community, and they pledge I a yenei.il a-SMitment of aiticlea in our line i : SIX and ,vouchers to the Hon. IlIke my of Pro- I J other preparations now
th* uncltrsi ucd notifies hi* themselves to 1..lisfacti'J to all who f.Uor Mulias Oils! of :lll11..t every kind, I'urniu; Fluid! i iVlntc : I -
give may
with ,
. Months after date, shall a" executrix! of the bate of Jcflirson county, a? administrator the
id .ute., aDd the public generally that he has them with their palionnjje. \ Lead, Zinc and other paints indow Gl lass of SIX, of Benjamin Johnson late of JtfTer"on Will annexed of the Estate of Mary Saltonstall late before the public, pur-
. whicH he lM- t Puttv. bru-hes I'ota.li Soda SpaiklinfielulitiH.Ixindon f
Mkdf fTaafraeats with D. C. Wilson by WKISKR I iinuliiy :
Florida. deceased render final and ask for from
I county, my accounts, I of haid I county deceased a discharge
4akai tk alto him under the Mustard, Funcli Brandy! ( best) I be
formerly occupied by I. L. DANNIIKLMKR. : very and apply to the Honorable Thomas J. Chace, Judgeof said administration. porting to Vermifugeand
.f fr lIu.ciic/IIall'urpoH's. Sjiiee.", Pepper, Syrup
< 3'J-tf) | Probate of tin Conrt of Probate .( said JOSHUA TAYLOR. Admfr, .".
Sept. ? ;. 1357. county j
Inks, Quinine, Peru*.-ian Bark, Fluid Extract Burhu,
__ Liver Pills.
:H B. Fitts & Co. --- for n discharge from further administration of the said N.v. 7, 1637. 45-Cm All
of PatentMedicines.
ilc.. A.C. and) a general ui-Rntinent 1'npt.lar

S. ..a**! la **w prepared to execnte aJI work done in I:i, A. n. CL I II \Ve keep iu>nc but the very: best and estate. Nov. 7, 1857.SARAH 45-orn A. JOhNSON.Montice1lo .: Sea-Island Cotton Gins. ; others in comparison
ilKE lutrit ,
tatr Ib* of basinee. yia: hope to Jour l.at1IUaLe. -

Horn Shoeing, Ironing and Rey I'I I S now ,fiiiig his }'al St'-ck (f : rllch 2'). 1856 MILES IS NASH, i CO. 78,000 Havana Segars i I I J.FF.W ff It ALL'S IMPROVED"PATEXT i with Dr. McLANE's, are

: % pairing Carriages and Bug Goods, guitabk for IS.A.V I> COT1-OX ViyS for sale by ,
WORKS'Tlli the following favorite },brands now in Store i i II the subscribers deliverable at Tall.ihasse or K t w. worthless.
., \ i gM*, Plantation work of If I i : J 'N i: A WAKULLA IRON I OF and,} for bale by AMES & LIVELY. i! port. Price >125. !

- every description, I I enistii'Z i in pail: <>f Fieneh and Enulixh: ('lothC.i isj i :New :Port: F1a. 4000 Young .America |! The"" GINS have given great satisfaction to all The GENUINE IcLane'9I

.- Mtfl Inns and repairing same, Ironing \\Va- tneies and V.tiiigs of all e"loi and of the -tqu.d :3000 Ho Napier who hate heretofore had them. j jMrNAUOHT
and Carts : L'stablishnicnt is Now Under Full liI%l. I ( 'JO() El Mundac Neva Londres, '/ it OR3IOND.
iiianiif.ictinc t-rder I
which he to to
Gen ilY, 11 : ou i and
.prellcd I i -.. .- I SOOO Empress Eugenia, ]: Newport, August 8. 1857. 32 | Vermifuge Liver
ad U fact other discription .f wuik mad (If tho most : :1.,1 in the mimi __ r
every the death) of Mr. Pond I, Mr. ( Lo. S. Kixo I 5"00 La Isleta", I I II
lr.ftI;a &d 11 8te exeent.l, aH .f at which the shortest we WAKBANT notice., and pledge i FASHIONABLE MANNER, j SINCE; ," rlmrcu; nil communications, theiefororelative i I 40"0' Old Figaro, i i2uOO Notice. Pills can now be had at
k. etc. jliould be. addressed to him. Mon Murns100UO --
t ,
j jI l WOI I
H. B. FITTS.Tly with a general asnoilinent of ; demands ngain. the Estate all
; Together persons having j
I All WOI k coming under the head of this busiuesH La Favouiita ALL 1 respectable Druj
'\. 11: T. I READY-MADE CLOTH I.j i will be promptly, medinuically and neatly I executed 5000 Andesdes Riva, I Lorenzo F. Lewis late of Giulsden county J

that will compare favorably with an-s stock of Clothing I II' nt as Duxltrulc a charge as price of labor
Kotice ever exhibited for tale in this city, cII"i"tilg! of j justify.i 7000 El De Orion the undersigned prescribed by
i I will be barred and all indebted I
*/B JiB nadsTtipisd has made arrangements with If :I' Fine Black and Colored Cloth and Frock Coati, I' This Establishment; i is not kept up for the purposeof I 12000 Regalia, Londres, ; or ted they to make immediately.; arc reqees- I FLEMING BRO'S,

X B. Fitta ta take charge of his Blacksmith Shop p'ancy Cassimcre and Beaver Frock m d U.iucli I making money, ("i range t" .ay,) as dear Ixiught I I 2000 Eleccion. ; payment JAMES M. SMITH. Sb'ff. and I( 60 WOOD ST. PITTSBURGH PA.

. sad kaadft, and solicits. fur tlie new firm, tVe patron- Coats, I experience has (dumonstr) to me, it cannot be done I I Oct. 17, 1S57. 42 Ex officio Admt'r. I ,
: of fcis old u tctmert. D. C. WILSON. Black and. colored Cloth, Beaver and Pilot Over- 1 ill this iegi"ii at this branch of bus-ines*-but for the ----- -- --- -- Nov. 28 1857. 43-Sw |; Sole Proprietor
Sack Surtouts, benefit of the who have Engines Quincy, j
Fak 14. 18J7. 7-ly I I unfortunate happen to DENTISTRY.DR. I I
r Ilaglan's Black and Fancy Dookin and Cairnere and such like to repair.
ATNA Pants, 'Jlit l'tllt.'I'IIJSlur, !;, Jf itch hi''/. Tntilt, ke., Lruq T. J. CUR LEE, J Notice. r No. 111.Charters the Southern St. New 9rieau,Statest,.
Wholesale for
I Best Grenadine, Barathea, Satin nnd Cloth Vest, Larijf, in order, and (}<,nl I', ;,..- "\\TILL continue in future, the practice I Months] after (late. I shall as executor of the orJera agent be addressed.Sold .
whom all must
DS1JU1CE CONPANY ":m.y Velvet, Ca.inhrt. Silk and Cullntrl do., /'>'jf can br 1',,,rci (hit with i I of DENTISTRY, in South SIX tatc Charles T. J. Smgeltou late of Jefferson ,: by Ames A Lively E. Barnard. Jr.., Mil

I White Silk! (10., I II Xtuinfxi cud li '[>atii. Georgia, and Middle and East Florida. I cuny.! Florida, deceased render my final accountS Tallahassee Fla. J. 8. H. Daviwn
OF HARTFORD.Itettrytrttei I Nash & Co, ;
Shawl' Fine ShirU Silk
I Gent' DreviiiK n.h.s. SliafLing, Pullic;, Plumber Boxes, Hangings for :. He has had several years practical experience in the and apply to the Hon. Judge of Probate, of I Quiney ; Gardner & Mills Newport ; W. T. Care
j ii Isfi.Charltr i Canto Cotton:; t Flannel Merino nnd Jeans U Ider Drawers.IIirt., I Ii j Shaftings. Spur Gearing, AVatcr and Steam Pipe, profession the last three of which), has been in those said county, for a discharge from further administia- teri'Co, Waukeenah; Mosely & Pop. Madison

Ferpetnal.CAPITAL i II I Stop Cocks Gauge Coeks, Grate Bar, I'lnw Castings, I sections of country. His work is of the most beautiful I tion of said estate. Palmer fc Bro. Monti e1Jo. S. Pulesttn. HontietU

-- --0- I -sALSOA i Scgar K'llk-is Circular and Upright S.iw Mill and and durable character and satisfaction is guaranteed CHARLES T. J. SINOKLTON. W. Rogers d Co. CbattAb ht.; Baltxell ""WMf

'cAH. ,-81,oooeoo.r general Vrtmont of Fancy and Black Silk nnd : GiM Mill Gearing; Circular and Upright Saws Lc_ I iu every instauce. Qualified Ext'r. on. Marianna; Nicholson A Zeitfler, BarobrWge.Oa

1VJT7XX AO11K8T LOSS AND DAMAGE BT KIRK, II Satin Stocks, Ties all Cravats colored and! 1 Ac., .I..., CJeiiciallv kept on Hand or got up on Short All communications sent to Monticello, Fla. will Nov. 23, 1857. 48-6m D. II. Dickinson Bainbridge ; E.S I sTljcBMTill4

. OXTXKKS ADAPTED THE HAZARD white} Kid and Silk Move", C.lll.Lisle Thread, Notice. In Fact, Heie i if the Place for all that Want I receive attention as eoon as previous engagements Ga.
Work in this Line Done High! and with DNpatch. : will permit. 21, 1857. 8-ly
ASD CONSISTENT WITH THK LAWS i do.. Ladies Gauntlet superior Linen, Cambric and i up I Notice.VLL February .
1' Having some halt a dozen EII iue.i III :elf constantly I II I II --
rehiefi' and l )
Silk Handk
OF COMPENSATION. Brwl Fancy C.tllI, Lilp I I I demands the Estate II
I caused the Establishment l lie erectedthe persons having against cfc I.ivc,1yTALLAIIASSE
.. Thread and Marino Hose Ac. tc.
I .1 late of Jefferson deceased
Ann Bailey, county
Agent, .
i BUY. p.une: l'iIll1IU-t ktep it i.p. Therefore, you can I I Oov. M. S. PHII.RFlonJa.. FLORIDA
For Tallahassc andl Ticinit lire notified to preeflt them to the nDJI.r..ignldalllliJi
alwa\r rely lJa'iu01 k done at the
: j October 18, ( 42 lIu!. J. L. SKW.VI.D, )
: August U, 1S57. 83 I 115ft I n TI. ThomasTille, Ga.1iN. //mhlr within the time prescribed' by law or I Retail Dealers la
I \\YA l\ULLA IKON U"OJl/8. i .. L 0\"t., J they will be barred an.11I1I indebted! are requested fGJ Wholesale and .tJ
- ---- ;
----- ; I HIJ[ :. V\'. is. I 1I.'.. ul m, ) MEDICIHES. HL
Insolvent Estate Notice. AND
QUINCY.Ie : }} -ilonticello, FI la.li.V.L. to make payment mr.mediatcly. 11. DRUGS

.: & Female Academy. .VLL persona Im\ilg f.bils :, aii: t I the < M.-ilc ot f Hut Ifd-e. Cumri the. ..VjImpirtaiit Tiling. HON.! J. C. M.ilMII.ToV. CIIF.K; : / ) I! JAMES 47SwNotice.. CARTER Admt'r. Perfumery, Dyestuffj, Surgical Instrument,

I <' :'1 William late t>f l Lj'on, county dccta PAY PAY !!! PAY I Co i.. B. (.,'. 1 I'OI-K, J- Madison, Fla. Nuv.1,183'7. Spices. Snuff Windows Glass. Paints,
, INSTITUTION the oldest of the kind ed notified t nnd file the Manufactured Tolaceo
THIS m < sue heuby' < appear (i.1.: WHIr SMITK. Alligator, Flit i Oik, VanUbcs.Putty
State ia tn-a fiuurUliiug condition nnd offer A siimo t\itl) II} .Tui'Ie of I"'i"bat e of 1ell countv on YOU will send to N'w Voik, 1 rhdadf-lphia. I5.il- Apiil2557. 17 and Glass Ware. Patent Medicine[

;_ superior advantages to students of both bexe",for acI I or -[ tll' fftl.cly' (f July, I 18.>R. payment pioratn I tinioie i t and I I h.nc woik doi|i's, without j f1" a moment -' -- .- --- -'- -- --- I LL perion having d"iruiids: against the estate ot i Fine Soaps, Fine Tooth Pure Wines and Erandica
; ; thorough, lof'lcti education. It ban been ; .aid I e'tate filed writtenstiggctioti t I dieainir! flf nl'dlInt/, t i.('r.' at honi. where tl'prp are I V : for .
oinBg a ( t1 'x'II.r having a FULTON FOUNDRY _: Dail i I !.. Halt, deceased, late of Jefferson and Hair Brushes Medicinalpupos.*
- daring th. hut fifteen year, under tho charge of its i of its illnIt'. i' iiij ]Dankor:: l.mkmc; flrililj"I, or sin plus capital: sun i iTallnhassce county. life notified tc present them to the undtnignedadniini.tratou. i Paint Brushes Fancy Articles.

present Principal. It ill provided with valuable J. W. OWVXN', w-":iit I, -. ::1.! .1 1 ai.d 0 veais c..riall.1! / then rKj'liiedin FIn. with.'n; time time prescribed by law, or Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Segars.
- I and Mnth- iiuUal : to n(!tficiii 5t 0) to 5ii) | inilcH fur ; and piobably } Fit/A
p.iv received and
Chemical of Piobato.
< have
Philosophical u\16 recently a JLaiye
" appaiatu-t < : beg )leave to inform the >! they will be barred ; and all indebted are requestedto They
:I. and au extensive collection (Minerals!, for illustration Jan. 2.1F5j. I-Gr i( i ultimately txpend fnnn I Id(i tn 25 }pu'fenlof "pillUNDERSIGNED.L public! that they have associated thcni-stlresiu II | make payment: immedittely.cTlItN supply ot every variety of articles usually kept by

:- in Mineralogy and Geology. tudCl.lIore admitted -- -. aiiiotjnt in eiHeeling: ; I< I this: I iht Is this) encour- I btiMui-.s, un.!er the name and style of (n HART. ? .. druggists. Planters and Physicians will always find
t* the manipulation* (.f thu la'',nmtury, ;...1 Sale.I a ;ill;; I Home 1 Indu'-tn t I If so, canou be surpiucdthil i I i THEOPIIILUS HART )' AUmi IS' at thia establishment a full supply everything i au

are allowed tit experiment for tlll.m..ht1..1"1 I the Sherif's : i it d.ns I not thrive ? I Cardy, Baya & Co., I Dev 19, 1&57. 61-8w ded and on the most liberal tern..
s- Y iitno i sued from the
"-- direction of the teacher. Surveying i ill taught ith ) fa.iI' Airaii; 'iisi.-iits mu"t be made f-r pavment 1,. fore I for the put pose of following the trade Founders and -------- ----- i Orders from the Country promplyofilled and sati,4
? the chain and and MeiiMirution netual ) CICIK'I oflit-e of Lti-n Cin-int t'ouit, whcieinJulia ,livery (.I I' wt'ik, t tlufluh some Hoif-e in tlii [.iLeQ; with both and
. corn paw, by Machinists, and arc prepared to execute all kinds of I Notice.SIX tion guaranteed regard prices qnaHt
l'einn-1 i.- aii.l : James L. i I
measurement. The two DepaittneuU are olli tin fil.mtiir: Xoah lcty. ::t. Iulo I .II' Tallt.b"co-tllat is f.lr enough fromhome. work appertaining lu this business. Steam Engines I Physician's prescription are fully compounded.
.. I j.
1'aire and Fran"-H H. Fl.iif.jaro -'. I huvehvkl
.det the supervision of the principal, but the Female"Department i I.f"II lt j i furm.-hed to order and warranted to give satisfaction. Months after date, the undersigned, adminis f A 1110.Eppmg's compound fluid Extract of Bucha
will hereafter receive more of bi. j>eraonal Uon alt will fxjxi'-e for !alf I before the : You rn:1!y ')' good, but we canp'it run r.flir our : Sugar Mills and! Castings of nil kinds made with : of the estate of Mary A.Ht zeUI. deceased. Jan 5, 185168
C..Itl''I! ( , within i j haid -arnin in this I l llrtlllt'lit. Besides! when _: --- ---
( '
s and
attention than it has done heictoforc. Able ; q I neatixaud 1i*patclr. Plans and estimates furnished : late of Leon county, will present his final accounts
efficient, and faithful teachers} are employed iu the legal hOr: :, on iho firft Mondjy in Kel'iuarv.t'A.\ L.di.; i I i. cio.iitrd out, patlie try hard to m.ikftheni I of all kinds of Mai-hiiwy and F.11. iued11l They I vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate of raid Circular Saws
tIle followingU-poiilicd l !., t 1o-wit The E SV
lat : .d'cl believe! i it i i-t nullaalr dune, because they
. several Departments. For instructing: iu French and owe are IL1S c. solo agents for Hoard A Sons Steam Engines county, and ask to bo discharged.
4, tb N lJ of the N W .j i and I N Ei.Src.J: !, Township I -
Husk the services of a Lady hare been secured,who I : f"i it. for (inning Cotton, Grinding and I Sawing, and Harriion's THOMAS J. PERKINS! Admfr. :. : & GRIFFITH'S aod HOE A .COi'S;
) 2 South, ]Jiiire: 1 I East: It\i..lup"n as tho i WELCH

- speaks French Jf1Jt1,. and 1 who comes highly recommended I of Noah lEIYnil c'.tihiiiiri'r VIS property DAMKL LADD. Grist Mills for Ittall1llr horse power.JOSEI'Il July! 25, 1SS?. 30-6111. r Saws, from 42 to 54 inches size, ece-
a. an accomplished teacher both of vocal : : '7-100 New P..r Tulv 11. IS.'iT. 2S CARDY, -- --- '--- -- -- stantly for sale at a commission oo mannbctorer'.
or les. Al> I lh S | of HI.1: jOf S _.
acre" o. (! \
11"ll ( ---- -- ----- -- LADD.
; and instrumental mut-ic. SV ,f 8fi T. 1 1 Ea and theN : WILLIAM RAYA, : Tallahassee Sash and Blind ;I prices by D.
The next session will begin on the first Tuesday : 4 Sf South It \V i of the X E: i and N ]K J W J of S<>'. 2, j F A.CTOa.y.r"IIF. I __ __
M January. Board for students can be obtained : Sifnkim, Tiu-lee, tc. ) May 30, ':ii. 22-ly
T.2 South, It 1 Ebt levied np'n ::f tins pp-p.-ity) _. _____
with tevernl respectable families in the town atprices i 1"\. | In Chancery. -- ? ------ j mult'rsignetl adopts this method informing i Burning.Fluid
-, varung from $10 to 12J wr month. A uf Jan:c" L. I'agc :111 containing ;2u neie' inure 01less. r TI1.' 111.ir <.f .\1JI tn: Molt' f Bill for reli f. The the public that he has recormneuccd the above
'Knitted number can be accommodated by the 1'1 inci- : To L hohl iiii the }prol..l. of gaLl.! ,li fernl ntiaecording I Aiiii.Ttiil.mthiers; et ,. J Original Extra Quality i IflSiliCSS in time city of Tallahassee and would be !, A. SUPERIOR QUALITY,just received ancf .

paL For farther informal ion, respecting rated of I ui- Jan. 2, 1868.IAW.l 1 J SwIII : Shciiif./ ;: T iippeaiin' to the sat '-flldiol of this Court tha, I CORN STARCH. j II pleased! to receive the patronage of his friends. Shop OF or sale by AMES A LIVELY.

Uoa;rerabottone, &&, apply to I. Augustm Mathc-rs, one of the Defendant in I thalxive I PREPARED expressly for Pudding, Ice Cream, at the Rail Road Depot. I. W. BOWE'. January 31. 1857. 5

_ N. U STEW ART Principal the Circuit; Court of! the Middle Circuit of entitled eIuse, reiidc-i beyond the limits of the i .1. Cakes, Banco Mange, Custards, l'ie< 1'uruitei i ;i March 7. '57. 10EXECUTOR'S Cod Liver Oil.
Dec.:8. 18ii7. 52 ----- --- -
Middle Circuit to-wit : III the Ka tein Circuit: It it ; lUcuivcd fresh AMES i LIVELY. j
Florida. by
: ud ri"1 Thnt paid, AuziMns Mathers appear and ItU' I.C' I 1857. 42 I! NOTICE. I d PURE of the celebrated Braod," R
. : \ From New York, a Enoch H. 1'cirl)(/, nnd his wife, HuI : fwi-r the bill tiUd in this cau'-e vim or before the lirctMonday j IN pursuance of an order of the Hon. J. Wnyles FRESH Clark A Co, & Rnsbtoo'a.

:. I ER BRIG ., RE.\llNG1'O.\:' I IIU Catharine Forbet>, : : in Febinary next otherwise C1111|>Iainaiit'it : Madison Circuit t Co rt---I Biker Judge of the Circuit Court of the Middle I For sale by AMES LIVELY
- i t*. I I bill will be taken ns couAs'td n ain&t said difendan's Circuit of Florida, the undersigned Executor of the !, 14

Sugar Onion, j William C.S.tuuders, Exrcntor nndI I i : Piuv'ultil; That thu (., i her be publi'-hod diieei Cunnnii H. Shipp, Administrator )) !I last Will aim] Tostament of Thomas Henry Averitt ApnlS,1856.
-. Rio Coffee, E*Ihf'r 1 It "e, ExeCHtrix.of the I III Leon. : oouii- :! : week fur the space: (,f two Iliolltllrceolill; the Cannon II. Sbipp, dec'd., deceased! will sell the following real estate nt public !
. Powdered M Java I I b.t \ nnd Teot.-ur.uit (f Joty II, Ch.mrery. i iI i Rule I Day in F"'nmf.uext.. in rin.e: new.sjiaper published 1"', outcry to the highest bidder before the Court-house I India Rubber Packing.

. Bee Hivo Syrup Starch I tepli Miller, dcc'alt. William I ill the City of Tullaha ee.lnn I| Reddin C. Shipp, CIllri vomp't"l i| door in Tallahassee on Monday the 1st day of February Rubber Packing, of all tbi koellSu. fre-m S

Dried .1 pplH. Soap, 4 C.Saundors, Jt0rS !lllt'r. Joseph t ) >. iiixl oncrd! nt VII.\ IIMK.; this 2Sth Novein- I j gate, \Villuia Smith and } In Chancery next to.wit : The N E i and the K $ of the INDIA i inch constantly on hand nt D. LADD

:. Abe. Pepper, II Miller, Daniel MiC.iuley, I! Icr. $sr.7. J. WAY1.IHAKIm, Judb'e.Dec. his "i ife, and} their I S K J. Section 24. in Township 1, Range 2, Nand I Newport Oct. 18. 18M. 4!

..' .aaa, Ginger, Thomas Cllrk. and his wif, frI I i 0. 1857. J-2m) I. Button King amid 1 ; };. and the Wi of the N W i Section 19,in Township ,_

-; Mark Beef AUpiee.Baiostk i i I tha C. and John J I'- wife, and their : lJe.3eelHlants'J 1, Range 8, N and E, containing 320 acres moreor Insolvent Estate Notice.
:". Sweet OIl I TT appearing to the fatitf.iclimi jf 'the Court by affidavit In Chancery. I fendants. I I less, all lying and being in the County of Leon

. 'Boda. Sperm Candle. > JL made and filmi in thU cnuie, that .Vni.C. Abraham K. AHNon I appearing to the satisfaction of the Court \IJ j I md tLteof Florida. JESSE AVERITT Ext'r.D STATE OF FLORIDA. ) .

' PutAait, Adamant Candle. !I &undtn. James Miller, Joseph Miller, D.miel I'. I TT IIf1i.Javit. tiled in this cause that none of.said Dc-j '; J. 19, .1857. *1. I JEFFERSON COUNTY fJOHN
Kaooareoi Green Peas John Miller in the Bill 1 --- - - ----------
; ) ; v, Vtfcudnnts. Wil\ilhl i II. tUIIII111.1 i' John d.; Summit, In CadsAdniinistratort : ; fcudunts arc residents of the State of Florida, but l admini-tratoc of the estate
1J.';" Man. Asparagus, i in lie above stated cause, reside beyond the ju- doljoitis lion of t thr> den Circuit that the said Reddin C. Shipp resides iu the State I Notice.ALL I I D. RFJCHERT. late of Jefferson coaut .
I BurgdorfT !
aaaorted, Tomatoes .illictiof of this Court and Lvontll limits of the 1 K.ttate: of Coineliua ru li.-h, tJ..c'd. I Court. Mid. I of Georgia the said Chuitsa Wingate, in the State II Probate office Jefferson
filed ia the of
I"'lAellet;:: yet Powder Current Jelly State of Forida. but within States: It is 1 und Jo.-eph Enrli l .JOSiahi Kri: ,;'li.h, J-dle ('IITlliLI of North) Carolina and t that the residency of the said i I persons having; demands against the estate of deceased written baa that be believes the
de- suggestion estate -
.T Hatches LoUters.ALSO therefore that raid Defendant, William C. |I TLomas Kn Iish, I.ncy F.i'glh! ofFUiida. William nuLl Molsev! Smith, and their Descendant, : Sullen late of Jefferson county county a
Saunders, James Miller, Joseph Miller, Daniel McCauley Joshua Kn linh Elizabeth and HI ceased will take notice that they must present them of Charles BurgdorfT to be insolvent. Thereupon -
:t': I English, ittollulhl Kliaabcth King suit their Descendants
the authenticated within the time uoticvi is hereby given to all having claims
and John Miller, and answer said I II to undersigned duly persona
appear Nancy Kn lish. Jane S. Johnson, arc unknown to time Complainant but that
: 'JL..general- : asortmnt' rT.&JI. Bill, on or before the first Monday in May next, 3 1858, I Ix/uica Lastluuger,hl1lllI:1" huabaud: I cording to the best information he can obtain, they nc : proscribed by law, or this notice will be plead in bar againt said estate to appear and file th. same' rith
IQ before
;: i indebted to said the Judge of Probate, of said on or
) LOustnient Bill shall of their and all county
otherwise t'e taken ns ; I recovery ; persons
William Llltll resides if "f them
Complainnnts' b I g ': dnM.* of aasoitctl CANDY. confessed against lro\ide of South Western States. estate are hereby notified to make immediate payment the third day of May next. when there will be a pro-
1 copy iipnearing to the tmti.-f.tction of the Comt by rata distribution of (the funds belonging to said estate
thereof the
R H. BERRY. order ) in inTallsbnseee IT I to undersigned.
Yorwtobr this be published a newspaper printed i It is on motion ordered, that the Defendants
uflil .wil, niadu and tiled in thitj eanitc, that Jo- appear REBECCA SURLES Admt'x. amongst the creditor thereof; at which time the said
Ii week for four monthspreceding I
: S..i,1857. FJoriJ.once Day a in May, A. D1858.. Beph Englith and Louisa Li"tingcr: and her I ushand, nnd answer the Complainant's Bill, otherwise NOT. 21, 1857. 478vNotice John D. Reichert will apply lor' his final discharge
the said LillllhaU' be taken It is further .
William: Lnslinger, defendants in the Hill' flInt in thu pro-eouiceso. ,
I -- -- --- ---- from the administration oluid.estate.
QUININE Ordered 1 at Chambers, this 29th day of December, ubove stated causp. lecide beyond the jurisdiction of I tIered, that a copy of this order be published THOMAS: OHASEv Suiflo1zte.OcLSl,18fl. r. .
A. D.1857. J. %AYLES BAKER Judge. I weekly for four months in the Tallahassee Floridian .
nnd the limits
W 4TU8Troe red800OcKCcs8upU Quinine, th'fi' Court boycitd of tho Stnte of : 44-6m -
! i tl WtUTT Braad. together with a great variety Jan. 2, 1858. 1-1.m Florida, but within the United States. It i is therefore :I & Journal. Done and ordered at Cluimbers,this 12th fl'UIE undersigned six months after dale will present .
41s aaemita1. AMES i LIVELY. : -- ordered, That said defendants, Joseph En lij-h, day of December A. D, 1857. 'I JL to Hon. Judge of Probate of Lean County, '

: : 8 7., I Seed Bye and Oats. Louia Lastinger, arid her husband William Lnstin- I II J. WAYLES BAKER Judge. their final accounts of the enLuto of Alfred M. Oatlin KeejF Your Doors Shut !15ANY l t'

to ami! answer, plend or demur to said I Dec. 19, 1857. 5l-4m I deceased ami 1 ask fur a discharge from the administration -
ger appear| which
Sub cuiber will have at Mr. D. C. WILSONH' .. .. of the severe colds 'c e'FnenPneumonia.
',. :,: BY1Of. Cotton Gins. TIE ,in this place hi a few daysalotof SEED: Bill on or before tho first Monday in March next, I -- -- -- of said estate. .LV.I. and the .thousand ills that Seta is
'; g jZhebcmLz.udOinsof40,45 and 50 Saws RYE, and two kinds of OATS, for*ale-the BLACK ((1858) otherwise the complainant's Bill t-hall be taken I I heir to, are caused by the want of Gray's Detachable
: v.v .ftad_ deliver them either here or at Newoi45pet&wpoyaUe OAT fine henry raiu. cultivated here bra numberof as confessed against them. Piovidud. That a I T H E undersigned, Trustee of Mrs.Sarah A. Bet. I BETTON in of his ExtV.wife. Door Springs ,For sale by :: ,
1st January nextit.o years, aud tb. WHITEINTEIlOA1'.lately introduced copy of this order bo published in a Newspaper prin- ton, otTers for sale tho plantation whereon she right BUTLER 4 DAM
here from the Mo'nUiins of Virgina. The ted in Tull/bnhee. Finidn, once a week for four now resides, containing 960 acres of land, of which Sept. 26. 1857 S9m\ NOT. 14. 1857. 46Notice .
I Litter from the the fifteenth Months preceding the said Rule Dav in March A. about 600 acres arc cleared Bud well fenced the balance ----- --.- ---- ----

....'.Wjuiunc Haablne," made at Columbus Il\el, I have luJe fintSptmbr.dob t mak eu- en- D.. 1858. Ordered at Chambers, thin 31st dny of October r iu wood. The soil is good and adapted to our Ii otice.SIX .

S .._ U 3PK&3 A MA MSOINHISS-Agent Vr T ; *. O winter pasture, to ever saw. is sow- 1857. J. WAYLES BAKER, fitffple crojw. For terms, which may. be at n long; Months after date we the undersigned ad .

: tINf; _.-- Se Leo1.'a' ._ ed in Vigii. after the wheat seeding i trough Judge of Middle Circuit. credit, apply to Mr:George H. Megronisa Tallahassee of the Estate of J. hn Smith, deceased SIX Mootha after date,' ti$: u pdernjoedi r afTB)""**

Wt. .iIb. appears toy I rr.barl. and Nov.- 7.1857. 45-4m and for the examination of the lands, apply to late ef Gadsden county, will present our final of the E tata.of Jolio,: ,2 gnBV deceased,

lilt m r blvk than.any eU in.I.amacquaintedwitk Florida Mr. T. R. Betton, on the premises. The tract can be accounts and vouchers to the H D. Judge ol Probate. late of Oadtdeq couuty, willrpreMot iu fiaal aceouot
GKSJUmpoot Salt, to arrive per I am aowiog it DOW for frailng Instead Reports. divided advantageously if desired, and will be Old so, ef said .county and ask to be discharged. to the Judge Probate; of M tf wntr. :and?ask tube

I LL- Sehr.HmrrVuttMcNAUOHT or Rye: D a porraadcd it will be much better. COMPLETE in'.6 folumeu. lithe whole tract ia not sold to one purchaser. THOMAS SMITH ) ;* **-. diiehaig ,:.. LEWIS D,.J Admt'r.
-r; ,r. .t. ORMONt A CO J.W.DABNEY.Dee. ; McDOUG ALL
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