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 23, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00574
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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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professional Carts. Frovi i1i ;VdPW IGk Jlcrnli We.M\\ > r.i fd thn.! ::.;!) tr.n'i Iy CIMUidinnj JV [AVw; : llafj'ff' Mtt.jirne!.] tell on. I never had i-njl'oing to hurt me so THE SruAWBBK'nr. W tajfi ? f4

The Impending Polliical Convulsion I j and reviIiuI! )*, pulitienl.nd t fi.ianci: l, luinjji ? Haw: Jim Tallin Come Mighty Nigh onto 't poxxcrfnl! }b id pens ilohl; Mse-I t( !llc'f me.'t .- 1 ing seasonable dilations' t V

the Slavery Qacstion i tinhi? it J !h.iU century : !b rt the -h MI a.id I *-ilitnt t Gcttin Licked. | After th.it, soon as he lIIL hit we, he pitrnod ,
MlLETilH grovieroftho rronc3
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.. We peicti\o that the comprclicn basis t poi it Sovhi<.h th'a! Ictiici >quaible! has Th" outtcrp, correspondent who SCIj'iz into me, an' we ha1 l the most oifullest! file, ; COItI4

DEALERS IX which \\o, lis\c suggt'tecl as the tru( yicuiinl! 1, I b en I K'liticid 1 tiiriaivijo the mo-L rl lilon1of tl-e I'.Hoxxi.ig! shall!! alxvr.ys! have ajgiixtmg jI)) OIlS litvthai: in that! ar li.ie, n- -vrr xvar tout.- 1 number of tho *American V V

of coinjirmiec upnuliirh tu tjKUR.. K.n- i'l 1 oi-i -ectiiinl ,\g;'iti.ip-. Tl-a: only? gtou'i I ; xxl.cn! !l-o -oines xxith such ( W e must a Jiiut foi u hour an a l.af, ai-d tSie {I Montgomery*.., the boticu1tqidepsrt.

DRUGS, PAINTS, sas difiifiilt, nie<-!silli .1 i-ouli.il i >.<. in i* : < !' :i C"iip! <'hfii'.ivi' tnaly of p-ace 1 i-> the ad-! n eaj.it.ili jjioiind: :?loV.t tlnr! lool'td !:ke 't tuui bin! a rnent of Which Is edited by CcjJ4, V
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fiotn \nitiis i cniiM-i\atsxe cioniocMiic! ju'.i- i, inn-ion of fCin.s a s r n ll ivy t.'e. .T :. run stoiy( as -, ; j stt mi'-i; ground! tor c-itt!.' the 1 tt St Months ; body, vThr

MEDICINES' g| OILS 1 11:115, .i\Oi th :iinl ;tItii. And un\ \n.ltion \ < r V Mot'! to i.c >uilii. iniftt of! the two new ; : DiiAxvr.u :-I hue* J1It icUrnulfinni 't h\-is f o%vif I ::l tore ti I tVIl y iii.' At I la
TTfOULU inform their friends nud the public. 1 II iIfl t 'e ( l L'l( ltderi1 ( OLiti-! I'ifi- :: t's l4.V. ol.! "iii.iiu't.ot.i, .mii ()i e4)I.! I'lotn? I? V ii:I ng the! cn! nit \\ it'i:! n.Ineml_ j Jo nL'pxlfs .1 lon'id m> i-elf l.ixin Lit o' lIly Inek in tlip V Siratefrrry Led There 100j

\ | they hive on Land a jjood assortment <>fs uc | Sncltioin: tit! sSaxc! : c.-u.pri.in.-i.s ol' 1 1!! e |n..i n n etnn-l'rici'5 of thec.i1-", i it .j t!' a-, capital a ftHuxas a\: ot the 1 plant out strawDenyvDe0' $'

articles as are generally kept in their line of buintFi that iiugta c/iarta, tKrvn to this dax_ ;is xxehaus.hoxxn : 1 u'.Mii: n'' t.) 1 h ist?1:4: tilts Nott'i' to th ini i K ; V',!:>i; 't V fV< :-t t t tl.H lur ; known (the' country : atop o* me. lie had his knees en hotli mv tlu: > tiis! month (Jniiuiry) .'v"jf!#

anJ villl' receiving regulark fresh eupplu6. Tl.eii exety iidjustiiKiU ot* tIc sl.ixt-ix b'-ii fiOiiith; iiMii'cii'fMi-! costqu:) nr<'-t > (he 1 too? 11 ti;. tleciionet-red all over it, and is fi'in*, an'I 1 coiilin't! stir a jie'. I dad hit The ->i tiIate! varieties should b* plftfe3

tenu shall be rca oiiable. j jT question Las Iici-n-npon liiis.lm! : ; of heelionalrqiiix.'slu.ts Southhirh are depe-i'mt UJMMI II Li i- V 5 tll I'- i "luil leli.ix. '.with every man, xvoniiin and llnini' in my m.ii'tri. but I xxas 'frai I to rhaxv : in the xicinity of. the stftrninal*?*,. 'Hom'0
>llaha ee, Apiil ?th 185S* 14. StVtVIIIZIU is It1bVtVfldVVWHl dc.
or mutual concf iong r.s !>' I i ii'enl? tilt? men nf !i<- You'll} n"ist bt.tiid tie: j child! in the uIsMct.i ; it, iv'iy tine I tried il lie gin nu tichtient.ijoiis V _' a )) ; Lpr VV

Dr. Miles H. Nash, txxcui the soith stud the South. Am!, t tdk 1 i <:: ouid.: '1'lie indt-pi, }) ndent! :1:n41 i ( onaef.ativet i \\ wen- iijpro-ching j t the celebrated city V I.ek.'KmgsiiL'! my eu'l ; s m Km V n-lit? ': 'nittieiiig impregnatedwi&lCiliiiiati of

of tho h.inil ii i !* of Iloxexi ]It i-ons? 'stir:; of a c.i'nt? hnie and than In heaven.L'e : -. L t-rylOh row tamintai41
OKFEC3HIS PROJ-KSSIONAI-fcrnVICESTO THE CITIZENS OF as xve tniy of "popular] smvteigiitv the! }/ a ctumti v V n'lt t ( < w.i\ ? ) : cf> more tr.rs iver x.rar

TALT.AIL'SSEK ADSLRROhTD1C.COUTflY. }i'0.lo'-}; lights," ai d all Midi iitii; ;-, lie i I a u >f K toi" *( 'im.ro'i.i-; *.*. .11.d! (! \\ -h'MK> i ij I Itn !!1 one ntl.er Imildi'ig! xxhiblenld| in iL, It I: litd! tie!' kv 1 in his eyes b-g as a rneetin- I'''Mmp'TgHatp ri u>'.utt Ti th etraiiiiiftttA$ KoToyft?, xJdVI3 WtV11V 5"UOU;sVQui.o Iffl**

with IV. 1L >ihumediately! enstof tie paiMiiCuiit ditliciiltv '":i the cite h-'oic Us j tij.tt alIt4)g; t.e! \\ "- atoi) i-t p: "H ConPL'S lli'j vaiicd dignities .of ktcie, pi ..ltrie nndhole" 1 hniiM', -u'd!, ex'ry ti-n* !i hit HIC he'd holler V for pisti.Iate variet/e/ 11bv'inj bsp?

OFFICE lies )bttncoii Lee txxo <;iie-lui: : ; !His'xjjnl ; -> tiuh.iii:< tiiu5.? tinuvsii, Pit will! !)ftJt: ad ? !krp* l.y one Mr. James C.nline, or, as out :\in't ) er gut eniffvit( ? Ain't ) ergot j jenuilT I pregnator vigorom tqniresthr'roem
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May 19 1855. 20MEDICAl4 i \ ] \\ill! thr .OrIi I lo e l h y o n nJi-ijj; tithe 'to' so'ni' pt.'c'ied' I :acri i :nut. Tine.ve h.ieet ( l.e x-- eo'ii?:. nily called! bj tVIe! ptople of the V Wai, V I till xou that tiled! me, but 1 than most strawberry grower plants., Tbo" gdi'ignnled Id

AbTICE. j adiiiife! ion <>f Iafl'4t is :ib a -l.txi' Sta lea : V :". \ (.1:0 U. (>% rl 1 no j injito- nf p-jiciio'd; 'i fccli I in, '* Ji In C.illin," Justice ol the! IV:ice, 'Uxas a casa ; I calc'iated 't'.xar no i.se to V for the strawberry bedsho14be

I uid, seciiwily !:at i :i ia iou can.hitxper- : stall. : ,) in llu (Vollgr'-.; bi.t ve'.till! : i lem'ier!, of I the LegL-latuie! ; etc., etc., a till!! lie thar PII be beat t<) titth," an I war jest i cox-vied wili.i vegetable matter wt a oat
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Drs. Robertson & Bon8 i iHAVIN'O ted liy th'1 5<,nth for tu! iefu.=:il to nthnitKaiib..s i h\i> a hope)( tint 1 htie and there, in the! iirk ]1 sfdxx'ri't ti-Moxx!!' xxith a I lianie; like a tone I Its g'xine to cq-ieal, xxhen. who Miopld ride u[> of a tl1es, either bleached or unb1eac1i dAe

xxilli! her j n> sl.ixi-r- Cons itiitoii ? ;, of linn a man; will! be fiiund( equal to thn ile- all, tfil ii:.ir, a atiuint.! a fist like a sledge! but old )Ir. Toxxnlv! you) know old Mr.Toxxnly hole ill turn under ; the tHnthoitki;
f rm<->l a e< put nets] ipin the pi art j !li.iinnui. anil ai.d river ? wal him J xx : xx
lie luMof thecoun-! the
Irands of the iis. puuo t as pliuta on ,
profes->ion, onW their si',vi< c* ti "he oil j J It is xxt-11 kioxxn: t! at cxci. if !KansasslionMhb 1 i i ci be planted two feet by thieej; other varietiesV
Hiiii.'nui ui.dcr hor I i tj:*. J'o use |I1i i, oxx.i words! IitV4 could! out- and! his, OVCI seer, and that big son o' his'n, | V .* V
ixein of Tallahassee) and surrounding mntrv. Lccompton Ccn&titii b !
planted neaier. $ V
j jC3T" .
OiEce! over the Stoic lately occupied L\ Bet j il.o'k.t! !ilioatioti I The Profit of CWIity. I lun, f.i1' "oi !< and o'.ulin.k; anx, other! }hum inciilttr Calvb. O.d Mr. Toxvnly rid uj, arid he eet, j jse ? VVVC f- f
: Son; \x I !n.<( I estric iou oraiiici.dincnt As the huts begin to ran, the>soit
tun & Hijrsjs.Fth. V fhe c-aniiot con;iiiut' longer tlmia I will;!! iif\er buy an aitic'e' .tn that! e'o.f V toji i Vt l : ii'I durncd ef 1 don't! lick V ? Ii"- i iMIeliohere be melloxv| that the ninneraimajVtekroot
2S, '57 9-tf anyliodx. seno to it.'' 'a boys! xvhat's the file about!' j kept
xcar nr so as a s-l.ixi- ;:.Vt.tt,, xxitii i.iiu' tenlli<; as I 'I.'z ;i< I live, nnK-s? it is imn-oiUe to V freely. When cultivated* entlreli jloT
'le xxhere! r'-P' V Lux'tiaind' mxfei'll jo j ( d I on ; the cifnxxas \Val!, I cuuMii't! ansxvtr for the 1c1trthuia' } *
oilier .iti f'p'i;iticallv -
? : nn
E. BAItNARI) Jr. pojlati ju cpj'O? cil to savviv.! (Jntl.e get a vii-ir)I fruit, the runners should* Be
I <'ther h.uul, ilu n.-j (.! :. ) '
WILL coM-ixri TIlE couhl.tJu (,'-titiilion I>y Cnngiecs' xvill b.tafltazIiotll1t a-l.e V'. !'0 citi.t: ," *V.I!:,. an-xxoreii, tiey! and xxeie mentalU? CieiatIilg! I the ch:mcea of kej>t on a lick'n it onto me. to Caleb easily ? fbr&'ng su4ten. V

unrixil j'-x !hI-tV if l.e a -ttc fe?: In'i" some? unfortunate ebent, i ixxhri and tho oxefeer pitciie-J in and drugged ns 1 V
DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS to :* litciL-o f.om! tin- N .rtii that[ art so ; patience ?oiie derv i th the thumh-fanti'
it.itcs thieen : *u:!dcny! he sir.rgf.tcneu,? hinreli I up i out o' the ditch, atiti patted of us. The feller! ,
CJjf: AT THE OL1 STAND, S1G> the !iJ-! :; : iion of I'Ja< ii >Iii My .<-hli: rntuofarl'.Ki a flU)ito : to expict txirj- the plants begins tp bjoocnur
and shouted : \ tin V st.uttd for hU buggx a looking i at nrunu '
1, ,! (tu hIV itl.uiit .
I -that the oil! ofa v ? xx examining thing- t t h
coaiproini- pi.in ten), water frfely J ;
f' Jteiing pq12e-
j Hello, Junce \\liy, hoxv are old V u ijein) ol'mu all tht I'.PC, and xxroppiu i $ *
Slave State ami a fiee Jitile I i-> ;diojkIit.Itlit ; .N i u i\ t|11 is tin1 o.dx occasion on xvliich! xve j jhiio you xvill! cause the frmt to set, 4f; J V
OF THE V gf MOETAE, heard lints made of fellow ;r'I uj> hia thuin in u silk haukcher. When he I
there: shall ho no pioie tlavo States lui' ci'inpl! : incivility ill a-id Wheji tIIO8L1II.
; V Iy, ripen quick. : .
I It i is seai'iv:; .- 'IiVVlliig hoxv 1 looked and beluld a specimen of theg&ii got in: liia buggy) l.e ih uj ai gathered his { V V
that! the :i2in.it!, h''iirc'fi.j'ui, tuusl dcp I <'.ni en store rmnydedeis is cult ivatet! on n large scalene: .
Monroe I !Iid -dx. b i t'i' IV.r" \\m} jo\ed I \i.: Ihe rl itude j jol i ems, and he stz to me, sthe,
Clinton and ol
Corner of stetsTa1asc. j jJauuay Iii t.ly npiMi' the piue! < ii..g jioxit-i and a'xundip .i ( i.i t.n- : iiitig' ( .go11'ji'i V houJ' be Si-Iecleil it possibl* $j
< V ? five feel four ; he had sandy !hail, ai'd h'3 INOXVoii old icd headed, gimlet-eyed,
19, 1S5 5. 3 giai-e v1 f iur olhi-in: iusa-i: ?. : : 1'f : v'xi-, :'UK! !.ixiu i igiig!: ? i inanuiOs $hoalil be discarded 10 ,stri-wben
hih, exes and? conpUxion! xxui'of om color Miaiie-tootij! tnii of a jaeka! V-tat-in: war i iiiii
!I' kr :.No dii'il t t1 it .V'h totix t tl.e! ;
( : ; rie 4'1OtI!
j jt culture Vvlun the ,t&flt'bIL.r.cO
;TIIcu4:: NOT1LL'. It is enl i in iliis ;'oxv of :iio li.r't( _' [ : Posse11
y caco : x ve ol! !. % and much tlr1 he had! n.ine legs linn: boil} and more *tnmach ] xvuids, by gL.lly 1 lucko iou won't go {
< mjh; i t pri-M-ip.il, "lire, sinn of the d all the between
CO33CDit. can di-C'>xcr the I tiop.cndous fonti" '- -I(>- V t thi'i1' "iMier! ; ami ho xx'as clad in hoine- >piiiii aljuut the count.;y for a file agin in a I Ihui grou ; space
t'teiefoiir. til I I t'ie mploxci! ". Too xicitois } mulched
GOFIAN. .T. L. rAL.IIT. j muny the should be with deconipo*
tliat invnlxpil in tins K.insaiifli'nltv phut-
are Ituil l. and sp'in Mid hri'jan- of hi !I-. jch x aa iy. Liar tiicxx.ij V thar arid let me pa !
rome tu iin not to b-iy ( too
; from aacak
'J Jiie fjtcrrnpton Cnii fil'ition t'non) !li sing leaves. Clip manaru or
Drs. GORMAN & PALMER a iejrular'y Ji.i.i-e. or Til p.irtiklar: lits
minx! 1 iixv. : arc i.idiu"ni.t: l.o'x inu'-li; tuni-? j' giv yo' ( hi korj wood -ile, is tn9) of the beftt offertilizers
nntl.oiizcd election, luis? be .1 :id l 1 lie Lad this time and <
pti'< lioxxn.'c yo i ( nmen ? said in \\al, the -ui: tot by '
ns'iM'iitPi1 tlirm elx"*" tctIwr in llio j Lie 'hex lI..tv ijxe. Jim? it \\ill !not do to !be ; for the strawberry. f % &V
II \xilh the s-l.ixfiv cau! p. I fly def-inlt of ti"fne all shatix! I I'd V ,
Me.iicinv] iiixJ so ttiought turn
V practice Sutsreix, 'r tn rwlo: exu' 4)fl indi? cii'iii! :latelx laoaape tjflOVC i
piofe M ial ttTj< < to the citizens of \aukceiiuh Stale paitv, Kai=as ins thns brn ofH"- to li Often of; xx !hx !II\V arc VdU, Squire f. (;Join* uH'iisi'tt! : liini ..VIIVkV.. Ilu tiaxtk-d, but as hopasit'il
(cx\ happen o.i i xo-ir :ni Francis R.
Death of Elf.
?.nd 6uimu! in-ix ofln l 'h xerx reison vi i o if con? VI
Au u-t 15.: 1 J7 C3 '. noxx axx..ii> her ;?''.rssinn? intoth" Union. you ki-i: \oii give .1 1 leil-r I a lift ?'' an' giiuiifd at in", an' dam me et he didn'tKi.ei Oar ccmmunity were startled last (Mbn.
ill i-il 1 1 ;ii.ive, bei-n
: ( wo' xour lK"-t ritomer.I' ; .
Il<>r {" >n. th, ir;.Tin*, \\ ill\]\ !Ir. a i Coni-ea- I. ( >'), :XL"- ; jll'iijt lip liehiiid.! on gi 1111.111' al i.u tell au x\ur clean cut day) riiht, with the news of the death of'Mr.
V .' dj serse: xxil! not inalve H rIIrr1.r.c.! i t.II) V
JOHN R. LLOYD sion.l ff'iet' tl.e S'mlh} of T dj Francis II. Ely of our thost.wea1y
nu.iiii the ni'ift t decisixp I lie I n-eiled no seeon-l! iitxitation ; bnthrv-, ; 0' ti.t'. one ,
they lux ex.-'iiii.J'il vaiiou I articlesof t the
C1IIEZIter ; for, Ii(Jill that immient the i ing smugly en-coi>c .d hiciicif in I the plate de. I iieie I a fc'ioit i pause etiitu-d, broken by cigar prominent, and useful cUizerfv wkieh1Qk
kin I tit. to VMand .
V thtVy e ; \i.ur nnxxilling)
l.ixv of tl'C! Soldix"l! Ijp the V place about 10 tuiuuUa poSjtS pIo.k.r.,
ANDCOMMISSION oipnnic Hxv rf Ei ?ii.itLiI, a husk c nxeit.ilion speedl; > uiiMiedon 'UiU. .
"pi' t x\-t tt t on t'i 1,1 x\ ill drix'o tin V V
tII)1fliSUll---ahSolflC Siil)niip ion-to the xxil! s axx'ayxih I tie.pnee ot e'g-; ; ho tIer, ami, pou/tiv/ V, theprojieLta '* t till you xx hat, gents." resumed Jim, ly! xx-as one of'our largest anoTmoslffexten
MERCHANT \ : <>i.l I buxi.ig if ti.y? lur.o tic! !least .sense1
cf an ovcrxxlielmiiip! : Nnrihrn niajorits.FIie .- of the! VVtt.t.r: te!; chances of tho i that ar l leiLr cum as nigh onto lukin' cue j sive merchant, and Us I vfiH'bd ferjfJwft
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. of Southern! ri2'-t' anti tlie of pn i'ia1? ; dignity.?) | kin duitiot ef V ceptib'y felr. Howasr8>ln.inS4of''higfe-toD 3ami
preMijp fitielinnnrfd eraji, an 1 other such dcliglitlul! aid: enter- as any other I.MU in Ueuigy ;
If th } secret ot ti? .cvcess iVf: snne. storeKeepers i
July 19. 1S3C.( 29-1 y piinciple of Noithern) cnnrsnns' tabling topics. he ill m t. Let's lujujr honorable character, -and'likedDjr? Uaoii
and the failure! of i tliers, knoxvr | *
will lie tiantpl'vi under foo? with the rr-jection( V '' lo"'il he gxxine to stay at J'm Callin's j jtu Tlieie xxeie >> >me of iia then an I there v ho j xx ho Icnexv hitn. WosjrruTiL"" --- --
it xxould! !he found that the foimer much
of the Leronilo'i] (Vnv.titt.non. and the law night '. Vt al, a'tir b-jjijKr Jim'll start a ravu' thought tli.it Jim coulu iiive: used rather his family i'i their affliction
: oftli 5' t tos-i for b V
i! r cp'iiity nutntim) 'ingol
and Commission of (the t trori arm xxill SUJC'SMIP tlincp frat.rnnl j | : and! a tai ill' .:.re .rd: usiisu at, talkiu"bout strongwr language' tlia.i that hu cum nigh tri f. Ja: -1A.vTC V VV .1
!li IVVI.V'? \t* ciild i auv more 1'.-i' 'll'
MERCHANT.TLAaAss.fl..ept.29,1855. ol.iu-tion! < upon xxhich tl:eWt?! ern rndt'p m '' it firr". r-rMT.ll rl 'p-i7 trnEntS f I"1:! ''iiH in'., and !htVV'V> Le !';n !lick cri:.'ti'j'i. (I VUI t onto btring licUeii ;''" hut us none ot Us coaKl i ib *-" We are also pained to chronicle; lie
Soulhein Stales cnterfd i-i'o: this ConP'doiacy. V "V V. /i7-men Ji'ti kin and! out-l I iat tny of the !little iua..i' j
S3 that Ins achie-c'I a fo.- time p-innpallx in i iCoieeq'ien out-brag !e any man pixx'foa wiiy deilh; of Miss Margaret B. .Russ,, the ,jonnj
I Mid I bir xou je t ask him 'I oat tha (iralibj L.I lit/, XV U said aXX.il "
eier ; > 01 a llolaillg h 'severelj/borned' & few
lady <
e of its; Cil> brity ii, l1I1VV,, rr ;jtect. I Ii xx > was so
\Vill ilsr-! men of tinSi'ith '-n Sfnt- S'lbniitloth arl.t hi. 'rout (loxvn Ill (jranlu's Lane, and luunl inc coin juice, alit traXiLJ v11 tubed, j xx-feks She dfed last V
S. S. KNIGHT (On tii.' otiicr! ifiud. not n fr-xv I havo filled, toobtain I [ilSt. (Monday) nigh
:* ? We may lif miMnlten, lint \xonppseheml the} !'ad, xx !holv! I.eeaus of tin ir rn.lc.: ( :um'11) ate how quick !he'H! diap his t-itl.! i 1 xx cull) ), liovxcxer, ;. s a Ineuil, give } o" :i about lii 'clock, after suffering the most in-

COMMISSION MERCHANT < tint tl.ev v.ill not nbvriit: to thf1r'jeftion : ness or !ndilieri-ne lo e i .loim r.*. A ] idv jaU j L llo.x I J f'H.cc, dii I li. get, thraludV {r' | piitiug b.t ul aUvicu : il you shout 1 ciiai.ce V tense pain during her entire illness.- Ibid, j jFIKH.

7.tLLAI1..SIE, FLO7I1)A. of KUVIS n<; a Fl.ixe! State ; Imt tiifle \ :d, I iLii': x-.Ir.t j..u called thicsh! V '.t> w u' liie city of Hoseviiie, you had better
lor some i aid the is but '
: as profit _
We learn that
that they \x :11 re ict all tn t aside I .Mr. Toxxnlx ho xxhen the 'bo'Jt ** (,lVIt1bsLaI1e." on Saturday- night
ol :
September, !665, 05CORLEV atfemp's she bill xx 11:11: up ? sVlV_ nuln'og! :
little, is \\.iiloi on xxitli, rt-Iu tice. if n t
Iat the house of Mr. C. M. Graves
this Lerrmptnn Cone 5 u4inn Axitli the deeCiafe lite \\.ib a'nnt to-it out, to d me tl'at Jim had | alHackshears
with "-i'ix'i i-o'.t. tnj.t. Sl.cli ft-v oirid: : !( ii.
I p this
Mill in
lltII: i. ;, r'-folction rf PH ti f.-i.di-vj. ; !lif li? t tintnpart e.it ti.o iLi.ne-.t! 1.cki:i'that he ever seed a KIM) WUIDS \\ in Ui 'l'iirr.-l. Bo- countywas"Withitsentire *
] A fexv dr-ys aft M x"rihhe xxisli e to b'ri contents tried fire" iiissu .
Attorney at Law I xxl.irh lies 1 lietuvi-n tin in and a fir-re d.s In. M in git. Ji-o keji l.ia bd for ten days cause they alxva\s cheer hin: (Co whom they coiuu by "
ive bice'et. V
cosily ai. \I)' I or soniootliT posed to be the work of an incendiary. A
and i'ulacahl' V
; < enrnl v.'r a-prehond sh-t a'ei ii an'xxhtn l.e i t his face \xor of as
TALLAHASSEE FLA. aiticli th..t anx I'OH'I! r \OVI1 I l bulul are addrresstd. They soothe him if he iaxx mu t descend to* the lowest depths of
the Southern in Conrrrees Inve tlinxill man > ignominy >
men old!
colors "oman's I'll be
i to i 'lliey injure ty
Jiiueary 17, 1857. 3-ly and the courage nocessirv to nuke this Le dediolt-d ef it warn't !" propei
Constitution the; beI tii it happened a fexv days lufoie, keep him out ol the si rjgii ot despond, during his ab-ence from theState..W.hqpq
J comptcn test question 1 I' ll us all! about it. Jonce. )
RICHARD BRADFORD a'id st'idi.'ii-ly! ax-mi* tie .top xxlure; fc'!..' the scoundrel will be ferreted out anti brought
I' txveen theUninn, 15 it t'inds nnd a ep".rate was inp-ilfed.! It i* t! e litlb llir-gs in lif. t> jut] this Joiu-i- ('Oaitixely! refused to do. If or IIL'.JI hi.u out if he happ* us to b-: in. to '

ATTORNEY AT LAW Southern Confederacy ; baton (Tie nthr <-io\! V mted t if. he declared must ju5tiee.-Thid. V V V VV
xxe xx > u-ar xve -i. Thtre ul of the!
alti-i'' all:!, that do th! ri'osf? i1i-? duet. A onnbor ? are w. enough opposite _
vc are well axxiio that it xx-ill! b<> difli.'i! V it out ol I Ji n !nself.: We xxas laxvy r V m'wm' rV V,1. {&tgii>
!ii. le "Ii j 's liojji.iu and! she 'n\r get kind in all directions worda f.
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. I V ? ;; i Ill a ) ; : > ; flying -sour -
sectre: the \ortliein, i iren 'bat ill !, needed- -in' ef c'liiMn't draxv Jin Railroad Passesaa JB4Uor
: v. > -, I xxe out, xvexxa | V
(Office in the Put Office Builtl'rg.) a I l.'i'iis \aiMili' n i IS SIHJ! JKI! by 1 tiia, and! i iti xvords fretful xvoida xxordsoxxrbeariiig
May 23, '57. 21 I \oluntaiv f'in'f'rs to the jreat ean e of V C-i:: n1? in xx.u? Ti-Iloxxs.: So fortti'ie' :t. j : -i't xv O'th! nothin.? lie xv.tnti d to hey it, cross J11d Je xett, VataV .Life I1ronoajc'

sectional conciliation and pin *e. Tor l:f for nn-I., o.-: n f, xn rV.V of:, n :fi.-pj t'ie'! pnencer..b ( too. and?? dmtiM! tf he wouldn't he tlni." xxorda-initatirg? worda. Now lion-xx hen on th' citipsf|'ftJqi. : ciUngo V.

WILLIAM SCOTT, evmp-e! ::t \1 r. Sfinfor Pud'', of Ol.io. IIU'rrs ., (bt 'ic ''ft-! 1 I.;.:! 'i ini't? cixili \ \ TI.'rexas a pretty f.i 1 attendance of the L-t kii.d xxords have a chance to get abtoad, iiee jrurulier ;

ATTORNEY: : AT LAMOXTICELLO. < ; fo j-npjoit the Xdmitiift-nt'nn ; bathe V I'xeix: :i-j i :nil! f;>r ;iolicil) ( iionois kn >'vs I bir that r.iglit, nt1 1 Jim xx.is in his glory. s'lice' so in.uiy, so different, are on the wing. a : .!! i>,atter for the! Cnnuti to a:V:

dcfire! r.No, (o kep on the ri1it ide of After ? lien xxe weie all seated I1)fIa(1 nider IIt1 'I.II1I ,flpnfl.V The
FLA'1y3O.lS3. ujpir
1 Jux* i'lv.'lu .1 is. An eminent
? :? ; 50 tijan hi? cnnc'iiuci.ts. Hence lie tri. thof.ie; p'lysti'i.in bait! that! (. / s, xx-as more in1 ar &U'id ihe in.ilc'! | l.eatlh! Jim, as Jonce had fcou'id the teiuls which the rail! ay system if-\irOTtitrj" V V

prte'1. lnit .nltxn..s: fo'.1i.ii. pxpeiiment! of dis :t-n'ab'e f.>r success in tlm medical ) projihesie!, did I CCsiI11eisCO, !likeOthello! } to A sweet on tongue to make xxa-s>lirg'; 'rinrr fay deeper th; ot,

calling xxflter on !bnthhouIder*. He pro ol hio b-ittles bruelv tit! heait melloxv. Kind words react | of (free
Benj, F. Young, pro- fi iiiii, tii! MI peihaps! ivn i f-ki'l. Civility. in speak haidly fought, upon any question p.uesVtoe4itoT.VlVflha; V

tide*, tliercforo) j jn his bill, both for the ndon- anx. ? ; iisdeid!, i oiistsiI1IIili, (.? fiie- das -, j he xve.it a rax in* and tarin' to his heart's the kind feelings xxhich! prompted them, and j he xxi.uid say that thC railroads of tltc-coUntrj

j\P y lion and ejection of the Lecompton Consli- V incivity! ;puxnts? it Oi.u of the Jarz 4tfoMimes L-onk'it! an I thtie xxns no i nd to the xicto-! make them more kind. They add freah could riot r'pty, if" they were '{fisjwlsedijt

A S I) tntTon. I IIt I d.Ve !'1 Meiied! in cebt onto the forJfOf "tfd ;
lies !:i- rexeienti ; :
'in- irid I e gt:1 newpper press
i" 'iy) itoiiyi'i.. it isrim.iiitl i- i fuel to the lire of benevolent emotion in the *
:V SOL1UTOU( I.N"TT7"ILL JUiTY, But uv can tell Mr. I'IM! and! ail o'h"r i'i t! *.' c un.syvti? \x Ij ci! a r.ianu-I :il, *-ileiici! until!, at a pi-'st in the nariatio'i, eifiil aid xvhenthdra! of a rIIwa1ji1t'Im1111(1

practice in the Com Is ot f the Eastern Cir Norlhem member" of Cngrcc. tbt:t they f.ictuu of ] ti-1 i ed L.txx !V--o ;ake 1 hi-ii if he !had cxer been soul. xplained!: populuTized _live puIlkV.bene.
r i> 'O'ii<; s n c< som &tall
7 T cit of FlejiJa, au day xi-il.: .1! !i.i, ?VVbIr| fur the! \iiUiL! | .!. i '1. Kind words beget kind (feelings toward (;iH shoxvn, and the pe ptindcd1oeome V.

(OFKICK AT CAI.NSMILE. ALACHLA COUNTS.) Con titution.! If they pref.-r the el-ance1- a ii. lio IIii "So; S1:i-e Ti.:ir ai'i't: the man lixin as : him that loves to use them. People love to H'rward and associate C>r fha purpojitt'lbf ac.rompitshing .
strangers! ippi-n-'d; to ? -i;in ollirers,
REI'EREXCES ; reelection to th" it'80e of the I'nlon' -o belt xx ho hid bten S'-nt (to Ameiica to inspect the kin: do if, n< liiu r.'' see the faco and hear the voice of such a tho! great wprks .ih n W1 *need

CAPT. J. J. LCCAS, ) V but if th ready like ; '. Jim I N'oxv tln-ik if in man. adx-ocate. For hi-i h V
; y are Ciirtin tolfap machine chops, and! xvho can-ed i th affibi" Nexi-r, ) yon xvere no pad, f.wa4gta3 to

COL. J. D.A THOJIPSOV AIKE.X, {)- ChailcttoH\S. C.FEASEE into the pnlf for tho safrty of Honif, let them ma: nfacliier lo lie inxitev! to St. Ixvhere I\':r.bti! ri.k! the vihin'ss box xxould! xou? swear you xxerenexTi Kind words are, therefjre, of gre..t value have editors of I the Slate rPs rpasijortr-iwI

Da. JAMES' S. JO.NES. Tdtla'iasstr, Fla. Cf.me forxvard. Every preat e'liisc, evervgi i 1 he rapidly I became a mil'ionaire.! The xx !VI!;)[)'V d C'' in there hard time V examine hjs line. He! regretted fty Sy lhat

_June rt, '57. 23 "at rnovnnent, every rr"at principle, ex-cry I !history of the xxorld! 's (-ill! of names which I Ij \Va-a: !, I nevei hey bin, but I cum mighty he did Ont r'neililir to tav? nii'f nti. qf f the

. A. PERRY AMAKER great rcro'ution, in behalf of Kini-, mllon* j would! hover haxe been ctlel r:itfd if the cit'i'lesy r- | niiih" ) onto it ome-I dul." 1csspapers. local editors uu the linaof,tteC.tSlubcjqviUj-J t l *(

nnd peojile, has ba'i!, and must hiv, its tist : ol their oxx nets had not! laid! t'ie') fir-t Ifow xxa> iti C Till us I Jim." Judge whose! views all subjects V ro:ici 1 (for month He could! j>ot. largclt too T V

T71U'TW, of nartyrs, voluntary nnd involunt.irv. Tims fotind-ition of fame( und xxealth. I iegmso it Val, I'll tell xou all about it ; but? dod V Longstroct, on amount Of unpaid labrrr'pejrfbrnfrd'fwtoec In. '

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. without g"ini} (nrtlior hack, a hfl of m.irfvr | as xxe ina) x\e all i.Le I.e t thoeo'xv'io! '! aie rot nix s-kin?, ef t I don't I''r'' the lu>t nun as arc rract'saf: and worth trt-aainiag: up, finey of.raiwsy! bTljhJi.htaVuIy3iflfl V

May 21,1853. 20 were required fo nuke jrood the Missouri moM cixd (lo us, anl: if x- o 'ike o I'r! lii! <1 pokes fun at me about !ft t : noxv tee ef l 1 thus sets forth the v.ilue of a nexx-sp:iper : | who rr.ul.l reach the popular iiearkin U e mod V :

compromise of 1820. A respectable eitn- V JVVu't." '' Small is the that is (tnctive fil8 liIW .'*.- ? 'iw a DlspalcJu V
EDWARD M. WEST. them j in ?j ito of ihiii i1 cixilitx*. I V mcn'xxrstieither ? II VV sum nqairtd to patroni ; r V _*1" *I V
logue suffcied in bc-lnlf! of the grtat 'idjnst. I to )bek'"nK'd!, or push their fortune's, ()! cours"' xve assured him that nono of u e the newspaper; and must amply rcmuneiated j V ::4 VFiot
Alterney and Counsellor at Law, ment of 1850. A Mlvlio can tell! (he n.imb'er I t'ley MionU practice courtesy. Be civil] and! xvonld ex-er try so dangerous an experiment, V is the pation. 1 care not huxv hum V

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. -great and small!-that periilied!: in behalf | obi! gin/, xxhether! in St !lling .1 paj er of pins and ere thereupon enlightened! as V to the ble am! unpietciiding the garefte. r/hfch he 11.-The. P.osl Olfice DpartpM'za, jssud :

of the Kans.i'Xchrns.i] bill ? Nor fibou'd ciicumstances xxliich transpired) xxhen J liii tikes it is next to impossible It fill it Gftyi i V VVV VVV V VV
'V ApnU.185C. 14 i or Miming at (lie Presidency.-Philadelphia proposals fcr the! mniU tnA1ahaxp I
we complain of this for i k not the of Cnllin come so nigh onto? getting licked." Cinveyng V
; crown j LcJg< r. txxo times a year \\ithuut pu ting into it 3>*' $!* *) V V V

Anderson J. Peeler martyrdom preferable to the iobs of office ? __ -- Kiti env ono of you uentlenifii favor moxxi'h souit'thing that is xvorth the subsci iption pi ice.L'very Missisi1jai,.tiJiansts; Lou4itpa, ri!tIndbnn aeutiick ,

and Counsellor j Hemy Clay gnid!, I would sooner bo right Fro.u tl.e WJiul'j 1 iini'bNixv a sec-gar ? I'm obligail to you, Mr. parent whose son is off from home, at '1'enfl see! 1t3'

Attorney at Law than be President, ;" and he had !his vi.i.- : Ponr, Jintnr (0, l :'S.Ci.tton lliiefless. Wall, the xxiiy of it war tbis.- stho'.I, should supply him xxith! a paper. 1 behigi,

SOLICITOR IN EQUITY, The election, thereforuith, our Norlhern; I cenifj j in !pretty freely.ndt I|h.> price Last August, a ) ear ago, I hitched up my will remember xxhat! difference theie was betxveen Nebraska. arjd. Kansa?

JV'i'ir PORT I'LORIDA. members of Congress i is betxxeen, the croxx'n rnleu fieiM? t tVI7JI; f. ; Freights! to N'exxVoil!; )Vr. mar* lo the bugiy to go over to Mr. dliot's.He'd those of my schoolmates xvho had and .i>! j; J ti

WILL Practice in the Courts of the Middle Circuit martyrdom! ) and the hope of glory on the per Ib. ; to Uliarl'.s'i-n! to.m I bilei, Jr.Cation I I pionnsi'd (me some new fr.-hroned! turnip xvho had not nccX .s to newsjnpers. Other | 13 the e V

atteutioii paid to Collecting. one side and t'ie paltty nlteriialive! of posfeibfe seed lie had, which ho sail, .xxould bring 1 things being equal, the first xvere decidedly makinguninsof! I a

March 2157. 12 ie-fK'etion! to Congres- Can thev 1ie. Rtecipls at the Poit (>{ Si Mark* from poweiful big turnips. Txxas one of the supuiior to the last in debate and! composition V

FLOYD & HOLLAND itate which to choose, xvhm the destinies of 1st Septem': to 'Jlst 3 I D'com'ier, 18")7.On mobt all!! fiiedest liQtteat afternoons you ever at least. Tho reason is phd i, they have s service by railroad and tiyeri*Yeojolred, .and
this and the of its millions seed darned ef I don't think 'txvouldn meltc'd -
great country, hopci ; command of moie facts Youth wilt
hand 31st 1 An''iivt.' I 18"i7, Hv! peiusea thousands of wet-kly! routeT.sarOWiig J to
at Law.
V Attorneys of people, may be depending in the balance (I the hoins o/Tn/ a billy goat. Wai, the nexvapajier: xxith delight when! they wilt read .* $Tm VHJW/ ** *
NvxxP.IJI in Decfinbcr1.131
WILL practice in the Circuit Court of Middle ? We hope not. At 1 sun xx ar pretty high, and 1 vas diiving sloxv nutiiing else" daily and-tri-weekm-l Th? irnmb* of route
West Florida and in tbe Court Pri-xioiislv, o (531 I --10,00-2() ( i -t< :
Supreme Lane the in these
kinder Granby's on shady V
through sectiosiroiaby4wick
J as
: ( ri hc
South recede! from this Locomplon -- manyas
f the State. Also in the District Court of\ the Uoi At Si. MarU: in December, 3 071 V VV
ed States, in the Northern District of Florida. Constitution, they wi'l! be entitled to no further 1-ieuuu-ly, V ::3,5.7- (C.01ST -ide, when here cum a feller up front of me, SuE or CIRCASSIAN GIHLS.j .-.Tlio Lon those aiivertise'J'fmir'yeata-'ago, V

R.J. FLOYD Office ApahcLicola, Fla. pity from the, anti-slavery fanaticism of ill a buggy, too, an' he, too, war on the shady ._: VSV

D. P. HOLLAND, Office Quincy Fla.WILLI the North, and they know it. They cannot Jal reecints Inles 17,712 1 bide, of the- Lane. I diuv on, ciilu'Iatin' don Post thus speaks, in a recent number, :'
:!e.e.fl,185L M xvonld out but he too ttll of the liuffic in Circassian V V V
niJ turn ; druv on girls in Turkey : V
recede ; they mastnoxv'maintain theirgr Of which .")[U2 )bale! are S('a I-I.mH. Tliis fell nc..4 4V1ts
WI! 8. DIM* ORTII, or be forever hereafter humiliated and dis V V the IIOSM?* noses fetched, and!then we stopped Perceiving that when the Russians shall :
A V tha and decisive Shipped (to same date : V and looked( at each other Til*?. He was a have re.occupied the Caucasus this traffic in
graced. InV pointed !elnpcwhidrthis noitwill V V V
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Kans.Question bns assumed!: there To-New York, -,. VbVVV 10,712 liltl xvfrjfr feller, made up suthin' like Mr. white slaves xxill be OV T, the Circassian deab visitIdac.drse'of

... New Orleans, 204-10,010 liriefk'ss thar: : : an'didn't look like he had 1..
FLOIDA. U\\ era have, redoubled their efforts V V.V
-ifr 'Is alternative bntjra Q.r nay, now a ever since thjLdo ;
( in the ConrU oV the"Middle V any lite in him no mor'n a flea. So wo looked the of the _VVVdfl
JILL practice Cir question! which rip aiioveali auni':!>i t"rft'/" / V coniinencemeat peace conferences, sQJtwfl: ) gafitIck 5V1IV
s.od Tbouj* andLowndesVCounty, Ofc all partcqueioVralipn (' Cottop }icccip's V
Karcfa : V V Pr party V y rM'r V V
tl. 1856.LO.J. 124' ''sci'n V
V for iBo" P/egldencj', Jhn I ; issue between On:hund'sist August/ V V ? 2'2."iAtNWp"r' ; \ V eV.' of women *viktheVQjortufltJ LIttJ $ *'c; *_ V V _, V
T & CALIiltAliU, : 'ihe>hforth and tha South, and, the simple V ', V V j:12,010 %- < Cum, ftrn't j'oa gwine to turn 'out Tj of doing salo>ted. .( Jheyn| (:{ rteueija.i : .80 soc'cessful V m- T V j Vr

*TTORXXy$ 'AT LAW TALLAIIASSEE FI.A.teirberi8tTp V qooetton iqyplrai )Is, whether slavery shall St. Mark?; VV V ; VVVVqt' VV4Efl. bfe 'dnruedtt 82 hehrlght"away '' that'never'Jifirh'ap& 't any firiod'WH3 V V '
V V H _
V : VI .. Turn out. yersflf.t I'm on Ihe.right'isidff oftha xxhitu flesh
bo any fuisier extended, or lmll be perm V : so cheap-as V'

-L ) mlbepracfKJ ofLarr 'J"1yV nT>ntlyrre6frifted! tjritliin) Its presents I limits.IrfQtihc .- V Tn la V ,; road, and.I'll.be drotted ef I'll go on* o thdneit There !s'an absolute VVgIu4llhthe ; V

2 w1!attI ** a .. It, tb. HiJJle Circuit/" tbi8uaLiataet ; -; Npr'h cnfqrco the ,au1jlIiss1on jfj&wa ; V Jhc .above j-eceipU J,81:; the &Ufl Hlr eciuii-jlautj** VVlfl V nirktan4; dealers arq,. obliged ( tb1t1Iri Vawaythiicgoodsowiug $ ( V V V

Ogth lJsiedV as; B free State, inw *tTdjdoto tbetwo.LberliewVfeb.Vs Seaijiland! f,, .i? ;:. V. .. tlintVold hoss !1' aez, t :thiextei3 ifiiV Pdeu
ISIV31aha3et. V VV V d lo if'arne date : I aucLthcn.veVVbothpuVus jumped >
iShipp V outtontoUndhadtakKaldf
: tor"MJnnjatiii4; Og ;' V V VV _, $
CourtUo -V V ;' ttu
terq bTUE&qt ToN; y Yyrk, bilei? 4 ; lJOOS; V:snd ha..riiiettiyli.
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of Florida. ** .YerItbI J P i0 fW.l V tfMfllgpw LWJ| )rJea-n*, ; 'n 0H> v -30: fttmbrd1e TlT.v! -few V tfIVttii.n: hIm out, s+hen 1'1t'rhre O.v ywr.lhd gbt eryVcbeapnVV.C1Outt V

VV V V V : and hit gvofith. ,tha.present moment Ihosams de cnp.tion ded its poxreridecline. ftndwg i1ItI mj1oIl'

1857. t '. : : ; ; lick right here unaer the ej'e' yotieerhearu pf'goodi may be had for .5. .-Montreal 3fed ChrmieU*.

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k: : I felicitous strain Trunk Railroad. "" LATER EUROPE Constitution, the majority against being set posits would) remabpcmai'yon hu u-
the graceful Herald, in A Main FROM

cfliibiatl; W. I.itrftaI.! : awarded the crown fo tho Knight Ponce de Col C. J. Mannerlin communicates the Since our last, the'Steamship" Aorft Amcr- down at 10,000.: la:tome prccincta two distinct could called be fbf withdrawn, that these Withont goVeflRjeo any t adace
v.'l-. ._ -, ----.- Leon. The usual ceremony of crowning the Bainbridge Argus of the Gtb,,that" fie Treasurer tea,.with Liverpool .dates to the 30th December polls were kept open. The, Free ence,' which in the prtseot I t of incnnn

b. --- TALLA- LiA8E : j Queen of Love and Beauty was performed. of tins Company with President Scftvon has arrived. The chief intelligence is 'men wer makingarrests- of.' fraudulent voter ;ury .would b high/! advantageous,and seenu.t

-.';-ic ." .- .t Miss Victoria Bellamy of Jefferson county will be in that region to collect the 1st installment of a commercial character. All qualities of ,under' S the recent act. of Legislature. 'inde in any continjjbilcr! to be desirahfo..

,! -- kiTtgt1Av,3ANVAftY-.- -- -.--. 23, 1858. I I1 being the choice ; Miss Lettie Shepard selected I ((20 per cent.) on the stock. Mr- cotton had advanced an $ of a penny,, and HoW a Chnreh was Cnreft- of Fremontlsa. catcl'ould mal be allegftf that a the government proposed ce
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-'r: NOTICE- TO OCR -------1 as first :Maid of Honor, Miss Fannie Eppes Munnerlyn says: The Company has defi. trade generally was improving. and better The Hartford Times relates the following: currency for a a1titt eurrencjr. A paper paper enrrencr -

Tfc amber of dtl' qlle.'llt autwcribera to this paper for the i, the second, MKs Margaret! Bradford third.- nitely located the road to Tnomasville and feelings apparent. A Congregational Church in a neighbor. in the sense generally Dn nto and

yt rtl3u6 and 5T amounts to .ix nvxnurp, ,hl.h, ronltiplW The carriage containing Queen and her Bainbridge, and resolved to prosecute the In addition to this arrival, news as late as State so completely in the to which all the objections to such .
by two male*the mm of $J 200 ; not 'WI 1oly.I."t: 'I ing got enlste
tion is
1 Maids vtcoited! f the the 2ad: of January has been received,broughtby Jessie apply, one emite upon the mere .
I dboggBflffr-withheld from oa. Tbe amocnt due tr each was to town by tights work with all energy. The Engineer will Presidential contest, for general
credit of the
1sjikh'tug.idesUyran.but, whra throw to- ; in true cO'rt.ytJlto) anti thus ended a morning go upon the line immediately and in a few I the S m&hip America. Sales of cotton I thai little attention was given to religious banks iDt wbete Indmdas
: \ "flttk aft aggregate of no mean imi ortanre to the or
i with and for foufdays 40,000 biles.! Tho market had questions. The minister was constantly goverment t bnk.ter
leplete Ill'asum gratification weeks him in Haiti- :
| to !
r TkT*U prvbably BO btuiftCM mhich requires : you may ( see I 'I I principal to their

." :"- 7 caak like the. Bewtpaper..bualnwa, .,nd therefore it i I to all whose good fortune it had been to witness bridge. Thirty miles of our road was surveyed i advanced a quarter of a penny. I issues preaching-and, praying his deacons, exhorting and the upon'laymen political fol. The more of th ir credit they can: lend; ,i.
I II iff laijaUIBt iBil* iTirnll hi our doe especially at I .
I..or.. .Qm rfMBiBil itriif trrj-In moDe&ar7 aflaira. "W* aak, the performances. May we have fre. and located by the S. A. Sc G. Company ; The stock of cotton bales is 400,000 of ; lowed suit at the prayer and conference greater profits accrue. Hence they are slimuiatrd .

,: ; M a maWrof rlgBi au of klndae*that each deliDqof wtl quent rerurrences of this characters Its beneficial ; this has been accepted and the President which 200,000 bales are American. I uiceti gs. Finally, a worthy old farmer, one to outrun each other in the career of

. -. rytfcpfflflnatBltMliU 1hz!. iBdebtodne, the receipt ofvkiefc effect's were evidently apparent bring. will it under forthwith The actual stocks are in excess of the of tho staunchest and best members ot the expansion! fostering a spirit of speculation and
place contract ,
tbaB fc*at promptly scknoMdged.Those eS'1 high prices which induces increased
.L...;. ,. iadcbted for ADTKKTBOIO and JOB VOKK will confer ing together) the bright, the beautiful and the the balance of the road will be let out as it i timates made some months sie.Ge's:1zAL church, and a firm undeviating Democrat, was tions for until the currency appc
.dTor by paying the amonata M early aa practicable.Dentl : I II called upon to offer a prayer. discount
-*,f., gallant of neighboring counties and producingan can be made ready. The purpose is to work I I -, i O Lord," said he, "uphold the old Dem- ; when some apparently trivial

\If"'- ji. trjr.-D C**1
.*-.' clng the abore profotwion In Middle FferMa, (or the last 4 or ;,i j i and instructive. In view of the definite location of the Main The British revenue returns show- decrease tecting support ever since the great Jeffersonian and brings on :rction, producing llD ad
.' 0 yean U.this time ra Qul cy. Tenons in need of a Den- old! destruction to all the industrial of the
i I The day was followed by a most brilliant I for tho year of struggle. Continue to bless that purnit
the is in
at .l.80OO.I
Cat would do well to nail Themselves or the opro'r1unity. j jITU Bainbridge, Argus rapturesover community. But none of
r' .. Card, with reference,will be found in another coumn.Lw I j I i Fancy Dress Ball at night which was atlen- the probable future of that place. We No new failures were reported and thb I I II I I party which has undor Thy protection and this. produced by the certificates the contemplated es can b
' providence, brought blessings
..".. ., Charges rerj moderate.- -. -O' j!! ded by the beauty and chivalry," not only quote-That Bainbridge is destined to become year closed favorably. i I. Republic. If it be Thy pleasure and upon I believe this plan. They will not b based the

rt t': ,:Bce the advertisement of )[r. Christie, I j I of FIcI hb's capital, but of the region round a large and important commercial city, The joint stock banks hd reduced their it will be, 0 carry that party through credit bullion of the insurers, but upon upi of

.I describing notes &c., lost ly him on the i i about. It was a gay assemblage no one, unbiassed by the blindest! prejudice, rates on deposiies to four per cent. this struggle to a complete triumph. Bless issue of and them coin. There Cannot be an OTM--
. I
. "., I 2Oth lost. ; A thou :nd )heart beat haj-pily ; and when Consols closed at the same price ((91 \ a James Buchanan, the tried and honest statesman any more than of g#ld and til-
. can, for a moment, call in question. By the ver, for which
- hp -. 1 Mu-ic jii-ot-e with voluj.uunib) swell, and guido( him safely to the Presidential they are merely receipts.
Soft eves look'd 'Jove to oyoswhich fjiako again, time the cars can traverse the track en the 91 |) that tll. were quoted at the same lime chair. Bless John C. the We have thus presented the principal points
. 1 The Southern Republic, I ,And all \s"lit merry ab.n marriage lull." Main Trunk Railroad, fiom Bainbridge to (Jan 2d,) young and zealous Irectlnridge., to in tho plan! proposed by Mr. Snowden, with

. Is the name of a new paper just started in Want of space prevents us from giving a I j I Savannah, we believe liar pop.JIation'lll ex. The demand for discounts Is light, and the him the path of duty as well a that which .1 few of the reasons given by him in favor of

h p the pleasant. village of Quincy-Mr. F. U.r I minute description of the events of the even- I I j ceed that of any oilier South-western Georgia rate of interest in epen market at the Iiighest, leads straight to the Vice PI\ i tcncy. Give In its adoption by the Xation3 Goverment-
C3J."P ;*.. and Pmpifrtnr. This new enterprise I them 0, bless! the tfpponenta of De I conclusion he adoption of
i"6Illittln "Jlid..111 bo .ttUiiiIcil! to in is 7 cent.
town-her will far per \idor.
; for public favor is neatly gotten up, commerce surpass nay.! but utterly destroy their I the system will give to the people the bene
a future number, a competent hand having! gold is in. tlocra pef fits
flowing of
and will no doubt welcome \isitor I that of any other. Nor will the Main Trunk Austrla and injurious political schemes if it a system similar, in many respects, to
prove fanatill
wherever it be received. Mr. Fildes has undertaken. to furnish the pal ticuJars. And Railroad bo the only road that will contrib. It had been decided to place! the Chinese Thy wi so to do, as I verily bele.'c it is. I the admirable one now used by the govern

,.. considerable may editor and with this promise we close our brief and imperfect ute to this result. The citizens Quincy, o' dispute on a J level basis, and attack Canton.It I Be tin th side of the Democracy, Lord, I mtnt. I look towards the adoption, Ly the
experience as an notice of the memorable 20th. I thou hast been for the six people, ag as the government, of specieor
Tallahassee, Apalachicola and those these is the general expectation that the next ar. I a< past fifty years, I
Is qualified to publish an interesting plper.- I I I -. and on the 4th of March next we shall witness its undoubted representative, as the general
rival from that
In the is ,, owns, represent commercially, are already : region bring the news of II l medium of and exr It
politics, Republic" independent Apalachicola Commercial Advertiser I I I tho inauguration of Pennsylvania's favorite currency nge.
free" says the editor," to slash at whom! and :j! quotes the article copied by us last week on I, alive to the importance to them, of a confection its redaction. The English forces comprise I son, and thf people of this country will, also lead to the establishment of similarcoin
. with Tennessee, via Bainbridge and I i 7,000( men, and 700 guns. The French S'-t'le down in their treasuries in the several States."
I feet jvill once more peaceful "
wiat he please. the subject} of the annexation of West Flori. I This
Albany, and are willing to contribute largelyto will co-operate with the English; but that of pursuits instead of warring wickedly, section measure challenges the attention of
We welcome Mr. Tildes back into the edi- da to Alabama and ks- all who
| rernal arc! interested in the of
I question safe .
is: We informed the the United States will cots against section interest against interest, and a
tonal ranks, and commend his new undertaking -'J j We take the above article from the Ell procurement. are man against his brother. And 0, I beseech I treasury and a sound currency, and we

'.. k to public patronage. j' faula Spirit of the South,' and are highly people. of Gadsden county say they will, on Preparations for another attempt to launch Thee especially free the Christian Churches I for the plan of Mr. Snowden a fair, and u W

amused at the cool and business,like manner their own expense build a railroad from the Leviathan steamship will shortly be rec. from the political strife and bitterness whichare I partial l investigation.

" [ The Teonuaent it portions off this section of Florida from Quincy to Bainbridge if we will extend It to ommcnc ed. rending asunder, destroying their u eflI-1 -. .

We were of the number who on Wednesday the balance of the State. It may be as the Albany, to connect with the Albany & Florida The rates of discount at the batik of England ness, and turning them ulbappiy. into mere Important from the Utah
writer that a majority of the citizens of ExplloD
:: t last witnessed the Tournament, which says Railroad. Tallahassee is likewise fully were unchanged.The political associations. us nr something Sr. .
West Florida are in favor of annexation to I tl of word and the Sab- LOP1 12
i bad been previously advertised to come off Alabama ; but that can only be known by committed to tho policy of connecting Quincy loss of the rebels at Lucknow is esti. batb.V Thy 0 have alreidy mercy been. plied on to full I i The Republican has advices from the Utah

i on that day. The performances were of a vote of the citizens of Flo:ida, taken .by spec. with herself by means of the Pensacola mated at 7,000. ness with political t'anatHsm, and our minis I I expedition to Decembr firs!. Te troops

\ highly interesting and imposing character, ial statute, and then we are of opinion that & Georgia Road, and we have but little The investment of Canton by thfe allied ter has become a stump orator against the ; were all in quarters' at For Bridger,

. \ and certainly spoke well for the gallant and j J j Congress we could would be have thus a set finger off. in East the pie Florida before doubt that she will push forward the work 91ucrnas expected to take place on the I good old party which ThoU fn ThV wisdom j I I which uith the was exception posted: forty of Co miles 1. Cok'distant. command on Hen,

chivalric who in the! with all 1st of December. hast upheld so long and so repeatedly! guided !
engaged expidlti
Knights were | may be anxious; to have the Capital located I tJ I I to and sustained in the establishment ry's Fork where :scant supply of grass re-
..I tilt. The tournament, the relic of a past age, I i farther East, but not to much so as to I lose "Apalachicola, being already connected( I is said that Spain will consider .the mediation :I I; of sound measures. O, turn his mind; from i iI i main Fort BrUger was being rebuilt for

; is replete with exciting interest, and though 'j the tax pacing counties of West Florida, with Bainbridge by the Flint and Ajvilachi- : of France and England at ;;n end, if I these things and his attention to his : the purpose of protecting the provisions.

t the improvements in science literature and I i which, by reference to the Comptroller's cola rivers, appreciates the importance to her the; Government! Mexico refuses to accept 'I I legitimate: religious dlrc duties, or turn him over j: The troops were comfortably stationed intents
1 t with The'weather had
books at Tallahassee will bo found to ,
the arts have doomed it, still an occasional pay a. of every railroad located to this place! and all the cond'tions: connected( with fhe negoti directly into the mild and stove3 }health ben
(! very considerable amount towards the exi hlndsoftheFederalorAbo-j very good prevailed. Te
. revival of an old time-honored, and once C\'- j i penses of the State government. The signs I will feubscribu liberally, if need be, for stockin ation. There is much activity in Spanish I lition party, and ., provisions on hand were sufficient to last tl
and provide us with a true minister of the I II i
cry day custom tends to excite most lively of the times indicate that the South wants cither or all of them. And the extensionof ports, preparing for thu expedition. I I 'At any rate the present stab of I J one, by close allowance. Capf. Marcy Ja

and animating interest. I every inch of territory-as it now stands, the Main Trunk or S. A. & Gulf road TIJ holydiys checked business opfr tions. things Gospel canrtft last. If politics are to rule, been sent to Taos and, S"nt wFe to :

The day was most delightful. Old Sol's refulgent and more new States., westwardly can only enhance our commerce, -- I shall claim; one half of the time in behalf supplies. Nearly two thirds of all th animals -
4I Admission of Kansas. of the expedition had died.
rays beamed brightly o'er the scene. and increase our population and business. of the Democratic party, so that thereway
The steamboat Arkansas, Capt. Haines, Senior Houston of Texas has The Mormons were preparing to leave for
given notice be fair
discussion within these wallsAment"
The ground was in good running order, and Many and powerful interests are enlisted in the British Pioneer
says the New Orleans Crescent of the 12th of the introduction( of a bill providingfor pseoions parties b
the most sanguine bopea of, the gallant and our behalf and the opposition we shall re I already .
inst., arrived yesterday with a large crowd of the admission di Kansas into the Union.It This was a st mper. It was the first prayerever
chivalric Knights: were in this fully cl'ivetill be puerile and Brigham Young had sept a quantity of salt
respect insignificant only publicly offered in that chureh for the
Indians, as passengers; thero are 44 Seminoles would be a little queer if Kansas shouldbe to Col. Johnston, which that officer sent back
realized. At an earl/ hour the ground was tending to increase the energies and strengthen I success of the Democratic pirty and its nominees -
and 6 Creeks, they are on their way to the means of I killing off" sieh staling that he would hang any
men as
filled with all the beauty, fashion and intelligence the resolves of our riti/ens. The wealthy tucBgh: hundreds of payers and exhortations messenger
Florida under the charge Major E. Rector, Douglas WisE and Walker, who have distinguished had been made thtt from the same quarter, on a similar errn.
; of our County, and also a goodly representation counties of Calhoun Early Miller, Baker, a against Young had also the officers
Superintendent of the Indians west of Arkansas themselves i;defence of the South, I party When the old man had finished there in'itlt
: from our sister counties-all hap- portion of Thomas and the Whole of De a: army to partake of and spend),
Col. Rutherford, agent of the Seminoles and of restoring Houston to Southern confidence was a silence for half an hour and the meeting hOJpitalty.
the winter Salt Lake said thatCoI.'Johngton
at is
py, gay and smiling, indulging bright hopes tur, in Georgia, will naturally look to Bainbridce
; i j then adjourned. And thus ended the
j and R. ). Johnson, clerk, for the purpose of through his efforts to bring that territory is so well assured that the
in to the of their chosen ( market for their pulilic.il in that Church From
regard success or a varied productions pleaching .
inducing Billy Bowlegs and his tribe to emi into the Union wilh her Lecompton Con. that time forward the minister attended Mormons will l-ave in the spring, that he
L Knights. About twelve o'clock the Knights and will obtain their supplies of Groceries tu I asks no i increase of the force under Its com'
grate to their lands west of Arkansas. Col. sti tot k>u. his gospel duties and left all political
. t ; made their appearance in the followingorder i Rutherford informs us that it is their inteni and Dry Goods of our merchants in ---- tions to bo settled by the people marr*.
I : return. From planters ir Successor of Mr. Banks. qes.1 Governor Gumming bad issued a proclairfstion -.
I residing ; adjacent and the church. his
I i tion to land at Tampa, and proceed at once Again society declari-v the in stale of
Grand Marshal,. Dan'l. Bird, Esq., counties in Florida and Alabama, we shall On the 7th inst., at an election held in the I there was a better feeling among its ;: Territory a
I I towards the swamps in search of him. rml' I rebellion, and .?.ng that a Court will be organized
.". i Herald,. .. ._ .Caraway Smith, Esq. Among those arrived are the two celehra expect a large trade. With railroads run- 7lh district of Massachusetts for Representative I bers-more Christian charity--'more brotherly I I in Green River County, near Fort "
i love. The oil man's
i DrJno. S. Boud east west north and south and the to the U. S. Congress successor of earnest prayer was whence-the dated
T u d I ted principal chiefs of both nation, John Jump ning facilities answered in than Bridger, proclamation is ,
I i' gelJ,4o..4o. } D r. J. \%'. Eppes, afforded by the Flir.t and Apalachicola the Hon. X. P. Banks, Daniel W. l Gct1r, of |j more respects". one. I by Chief Justice Eckel, for the trial of offenders
er of the Seminoles, and Tubatchee-Micco of j -* -
"' i / Trumpeter,. .. Jno. Taylor. I rivers, together with rich cotton tobacco j t Melrose, the Black Republican candidate, S Mint I ; that a posse ,.f the inhabitants of
. the Creeks. j
'I Certfates" the Territory will first be used to enforce
Knights. j
J Knight of Glen wood,. ..... .C. A. Bryan, t The True Delia chronicles the death of and corn lands stretching out interminably was chosen I):large majority over all othi i An unusual press" upon our columns has obedience to the laws, and! that failing milij -

1. .' t in every direction, we think we are j ?trfied I l ers. At a subsequent: meeting of }his friends, prevented us from noticing a pamphlet lately force
"Ponce de Leon, John II. Hogue, one of the Indian delegation mentioned above, { J j tary will be resorted to; and command-
lCabcllcrodelDeBtinoA. F. Hayward, thus in our bt-lief that Biinbrid"0 is destined to for the purpose of congratulating him upon issued by Hon. James Ross Snowden, Director !j lug alt armed bodies of meo immediately

,. of the Regatta,. ..A. J. Dozier, : surpass, in crtmrnerci.il imp'stance, any Southwestern the result IMJ held the following language, j of the United States Mint, entitle" A I I disbawd1, and return home, under the penalty
.j hQ.nsT-Drafh of a Seminole ( hirf.- I, II | Measure proposed to secure to People !
,,' of th Lone Star....X. W. Holland, Georgia city." which will be of interest so far as it indicates i! | of punishment as traitors. ,
The Coroner Safe and\
yesterday held an Treasury Sound Currency. The
inquest on I
: Lieut. Carroll of tho
of the Infanfrj,
Round Table,.. .James J. Dart,
TheUuknownKnght.A.LGriifin, the body of Yalrhah Toxica, a native of Florida < the po-iticI} poskron: of a new member of j proposition pot forth by Mr. Snowden emi hearer of despatches to Washingtonhjft'hfer.

," JtBtgbt oUalta.R. G. 28 years of age who fell dead yesterday Gov. WISE ox THE KA>SAK CoxvrrrcTios' Congress .' |i braces two objects! namely : this morning.
Shepard I on Customhouse street near the Levee. The -Governor Wise, having been invited to With i iI To authorcertificates! to be isued on deI -
regard [ his: pollen! position he i' .
of Venice....... ..C. R. Hayward, f '
verdict of the jury was : Congestion of the celebrate the 8lh of January at Tammany Rented that slavery not the posits of gold at the Mint and its t
was only IJuJol.
Malcolm Graeme,... .... Arthur Macon. subject
AtTt"'x'C' LEAVES. Autumn millions
.." .., Lungs. The deceased was a Seminole Hall, N. Y., wrote a letter in which he speaksat I that should ckin: the ai&iitibn of the Administration j j branches, and tl" Assay Cilice, in convent- -
Upon the appearance of the gay cavalcade, Chief-his name signifying Brave Chief considerable length of the Kansas trouble.It i had, by theft- arts tlirtfst it into tho I ent sums, at the option of the depositor, and II rottmj in heaps unheeded and yw each

a deafening shout of applause went up from and was one of the number of the Indian del seems he agrees neither with Mr. Douglasnor i foreground. If those who1 fO him expected it }i payable to bearer. one a microscopic wonder of contrivance/-.
, .. Young America, and the Knights were ap. egation, now in our city from Arkansas, who the President in his views, but inclines t him to make war npoh the South, and I To permit similar certificates to be issued I And this snow-wreath that half envelope*
have been engaged by Government to entice rather to the policy hlr.! at establishments! above named and!
propounded Pughin the institution of slavery a'n Histitu- minting ,
upon !
pointed to their stations by the efficient and a them, made fy ofmjruds crystals! ccfeRiug
the King of the Floridas the bill the Senate and at the Trasur.and Assistant Treasuries of
: (Billy Bowlegs) oposed to proceeds tion, they have mistaken their man. i|
ft. gentlemanly Marshal Capt Bird, in a manner from his native and much-loved hunting. to argue that the Preident cannot go I was recognized by the Constitution, Srm.er.{ j I the United States, on dt'posit o the gold CQiuof while I look at tbemv. What an utter wasteit

that reflected credit upon the skill and beauty grounds in the Everglades. The Brave behind the fact of tho adoption of the consti.I I I rights under that Constitution. Thoc rights i'II the United States. seems! Wisdom aod )beauty( flung whole-

.1, of the arrangement. After short but well- Chief was interred yesterday in the St. Louis lution. At the same time he proposes to 'I he should respect ; but when the Administration I The following ism outline of the argui sale into the pit of corruption.- Until the day

t timed and admirable address from the Herald Cemetery, followed to the grave by the livingof solve.the difficulty in this way : or the South, geek to acquire for tlavery: i 1 merit of Mr. Suowden, in favor of the plan of resurrection we sfcatt} never comprehend

. the Knightsvere' assigned their respective his tribe in the city. "The Congress of the United States ought new rights and larger privileges, he should proposed[ : this melancholy Then shall atoms
These Indians grieve 'but little for the loss not to reject tho legitirn:ito and republican! oppose their br all means in his :1.. Security t to the owners of peeie. This mystery.
. positions and the tilting commenced. of a comrade and it is natural that they constitution, but ought to adopt it, subject to Slavery must 10t extended over ;another would J bo the same as that of tlc General I all be portioned out, and every organized: pari .

Upon the first trial the ring was carried most sho Id not, believing as they do that their a fair and legal vote of.the people of Kansas, foot of national Territory and the optional I Ciovernnu'tit; forks own funds, md no in i I tide of the earth's crust bo 'found to- be par:

gra.eefullJ'respecth'ely Ly the Knights El Ca- chief has gone to the better hunting grounds according; to a law to be prescribed by their government must bo redeemed from the con. 'II proveraent in this respect would- probably be of some onl's tabernacle. Then shill: wes

bellero del Destino, and Malcolm Gr me.- above" to meet the men of his tribe who have territoriallrghlatlll'c ; and to admit the State trolling influence of the peculiar institution." desired. I' understand hour Caesar's dust has also lived
gone before engaged in the chase \vheregsinc under its constitution whenever ihe Terntoi1- I -- 2. 'I he practice of hoarding coin h much
The second tilt was still more engaging. The is We noticed several of them shall its induced in the leaf, and his moisture effloresced in the
ever plenty. proclaim approval and adoption by Southern Bank of Georgia. by a want of confidence in Banks

Knights, excited by the bright glances and t this morning, with} their negro interpreter, in the people. If they adopt it, to admit her The : that the and individuals. If the holder of coin is made snow duly to be restored and produced when

;, encouraging smiles beaming from lovely wo a gunsmith's shop down town, busily engagedin into the UniOn ipso fiifto and if they rejectit Btiiibridge e Argus announces secure, he woul, in most cases, gladly bring time and its uses.re no longer ; but meanwhile

man's oyes-warmed up by the first onset and choosing rifles. The smith informed us to leave the people of Kansas in theirown bills of this: Bank aro no longer current in I it forth hiding place, and thus relieve used everywhere, and nothing lost.mislaid .

.... .. commendable that a harder set of fellows to deal with he way to nrgani/e another, and to submit} an. that community but one or two houses receiving himself from the anxiety and danger which .
., by & spirit of emulation. They ) wasted, or forgetten.-Dublin Uniccrsily
"','. had never come across. We subsequentlysaw other constitution to Congress for approval." I them. tarno paper says that I arise from its possession. It is believed that
prepared in good earnest for the contest and
.." them leave the shop, minus any guns, We are apprehensive that Gov. Wise has I there ate not bills enough of the Bank in the plan proposed would check this injurious Magazine. .
. '. certainly'gave evidence of considerable prow. and file Indian file into" another gun (!tah. habit. -.NI.: .
- ': ess. In this tilt the successful competitors lishment near by no doubt to make a like ex put his foot into it," as the phrase goes, in circulation to meet the notes due it from c i 3. The specie thus deposited would) not be lII''r.ade'li Celebrated Liver Plll-i*''

v.!. were, Knight's Poncn de Leon, of the Lone it. These Seminole Indian are great beggars the letter referred to above. Even the Enquirer I zeus of the county. withdrawn from circulation. On the contrary, PREPARED BY 7LEMINO BKOS.

.4b. '. Star and of the Regatta. I and unless you almost give them the articles which has been regarded as his especial -- I it would be as available as if it remained in W Are ranted among tb.Taott popular remedlet th.

., : they will not purchase. is unable to withhold its disratisfactioti PRICE OF NEGROES ix KFTLTKy.-The t actual circulation. For making ; to cIa' Tat it will care livwr complaint kk betilae&e,and
organ I
, The third tilt was run with equal spirit and -. -- and the Louisville Journal mentions I public sale of I the government, and for domestic p'yment c exchanges dy}p.ia,U now b y on4 .d i1bL Bead the fcBowinf tctltnony *.-
.' melted in favor of the Ponce de Quick Voyage.One chagrin at "indiscreet" movement from a well known lady and gentleman of flllIr own
,.' : of his excellency. We share in the En.quirer' negroes in Princeton, in that State, at which an4\ in other large moneyed transactions, they city : -
" .' LMD, Regatta Round Table and Malta.K .- of the quickest trips on record betweenthe the following prices were realized : would be more conveniml: than coin; by reason Nay Ton AogfikS.ISSt.rYr.

ght of the, Regatta aDd Knight Pone de ports of New York and St. Marks has mortification. The letter ought nev. For of their porthitJ. the readiness by which and Un.Wffllanu No.iiS Tth street, t *Ulj that tky
a 23
er to have been wriiten. It subserve negro aged years, 1G89 ; could have boUt been suffering with the liver complaint tor abort
can they and
no their
Laoa String !both obtained the ring twice, just; been made by the bark H. L. Rutgers, while it and for a negro man, aged :21 years$1,530 ; fora transmission. facility by years during which time they Bare*pn a large amonl of

: tibf JttdgM ordered Mother course to decide Captain Delano. Sho made the voyago in good purpose, may doubtlesswill negro man, aged 25 years 81,515 ; for a 4. The money and tried many remedies( ,but to no purpoeo. Finally -
30 and The strengthen the opposition in their effortsto negro man aged 25 years, $1,581 ; for negro specie thus deposited would con ,ht'ariRlotDr.lI'Lane., Pills,they purchased four boxes
vfco should the' first place. After aYery days, going returning. passageto : stituto
occupy be
great to withdrawn
reserve, which
they look according to the directions accompanyingeach
New York made in eleven and continue the Kansas agitation I by keepingthat lal aged 20 )ears, 81,505 ; for a negro time when a box, and cured of
I spirited contest in which both Knights was clays, any a special demand for coin now pronounce themselrci perfectly
territory out of the Union under the Le- man aged 30 years, $1,185; for a negro managed that distressing dlllt'UCotr *
; acquitted themselves with great credit. Knight the return passage in the same number of days 40 for might arise, without the slightest disturbanceof
Constitution. years, $1,000 ; a negro boy agedIt the : Purchaser will be careful to nat tor DK.VLANITSCELKBEATED
S P nce'de Leon was pronounced victor, and -the remainder of the time to complete the compton ) years,,$1,050 ; for a negro boy aged 10 tho commerce This, finances is or loan market of VERMIFUGE manufactured by'.G
month consumed in her $1,760 for a country. undoubtedly, a most Dacs.of Pitfdln r0A,Pa. All other Vermifngea in comparison
discharging ; boy
; the Knight of the Regatta assigned the sec being cargo .ears negro aged seven beneficial feature.
Congres.z arc worthless. Drj M'Lane's genuine YennltBgt,also
ond in the Tbe" result and receiving on board return frergljt.The .- 300 ; for a negro boy, aged 7 years, .*5. Tho \
place picture. was plan, by substituting paper for hU celebrated LITer Pills,can now be had at an rcap elabU
There is lit'lo in Discus SAW ; for a 22
. highly gratifying; to tbe friends of the sue- vessel reached her berth? at St. Masks on doing Congress. and infant child negro woman, aged years specie placed on deposit, will avoid the loss drag stores. Ji"on gtMtiitt triOotU tf.tffmttrt tf
sions of Central American affairs, with an $2,000 ; for a negro \\(18n. [31] FLEMING BROS.
(ul Knight a mere youth, raised in our Monday last. She belongs Messrs. Brodio \ aged 10 $1,520 bra incident to th wear, clipping ind other injuries _
pl, occasional l.talk Kansas ; negro girl aged -_, .,. ? -J'_ '..I.- -
on matters seem to .cars. to through circulation. This in
plidtt, contending nobly! and successfully & Pettis, and is a deserved favorite with: the 10; years, l,2:0 ; for a negro girl aged 8 iil1sic
thne considerable School
be the order of the d&y. constutes' quite a item of ,
$ .
flrith stalwart/onus for the palm of honor."May .- mercantile community, as well from her fino years loss
= -'- nlt13.tely eventuates in a degradation A
(KT MRS. H. H. BROWX will rt-
from the well,earned .t- ,
his tailing qualities as of
in deeds be
p career gallant bright pop.
by diminishing
THICK OF SI/AVES.-The Panola Star of ST. Louis, Jan. 12. tho stndar teteight 1open her MUSIC SCHOOL la u.Soath.

"M Its dawoiog gives' promise of. The Knight ularity of. her commander.. Wednesday last says: FRoM KAXsA- -The Democrat has Kansas \ or wo'uld obviate expense tho of re-coinage.of west room of the Mnsooio Lodge oa the first daj of

'.K .ofibe, Reftitatoo wa no mean contestant HARD TIKES.-The Griffin Unien cites as At the sale of Mrs. Hobo's nfa,, 'hut advice* of the 7th, which give the following a goternraent T bullion fund being necessity retained at Jana&iT, 1868. For a session of i 'Month,, ...

.a'-' _. :fat grace' ,both,of person and evidence in point, the' prices obtained (or nee week_ 41 negroes, old and young, brought Pro-Slavery majorities ; Kickapoo B; the Mints. Depositors of bullion are now'paM Ha1C aeaaioa.i. '

1 boi. l'r, .fc _ftttnetetl enirenaT praise grees sold o'n the block in that city, the lit $41,000. Sumo of i.hemwere, mere infants, Doniphao County 8; lefeF County immediately after the vahcs of their deposits -_Jan. 2, 1858.' 1-U I I

Md atefraSee. Upon tbe ,conclusion of Bourbon say in two or1 three days, although it
instant to-wit 1,900 ; 430 Douglass Co.
: and some old brought only five cents County ; ,
negroes takes Sea Island SeedTMNE8
,tA. woies- t..,..Uw IfYJf"llgXnlihta' entered One negro'man for 01,512 ; negro boy a piece." give. 5 Free State Majority and Atchin- bullion a into many week it is manufacture their ,
brought to'tbe bland Cotton S for We bMcJTAUGinyOKiIONI ,
Jbe,Ife watocd, fer tbe appointment of 91.111; old negro man 8899,00 ; old. do. -.- -10- son CHy about 30. The Democratic State mint in its natural or unrefined condition. I' > A 00.

.Sod fe4$4.Ufc& of Honor. After,an ani- 9859,00 ; one woman, diseased, $750,90 ; Nuw ORLEANS, Jan. 11. ticket is probably elected, but a majority of Te government advances to the ,Mint and Jan. II. 1858. '4Plows. -

& .takted Bed etettiag'straggle ,of some dnration .< with 81100.several At McDonougb other negroes, Henry:ranging above Suicide of an Ex'Pruylctit. of Texa*.- the Legislature i Free State. Assay Office tho funds necessary ,to -, '; ',.

Cbe: KoighUof! tbe Round Table and thin told that ; county, on Dr. Anson Jonei ex-President of Texas, Abut half the rote of the was ,effect such prompt'payments j and ft is'found ", -'
same daywo are upwards.of FINE die
Tert.r that for all LOT Yariaaa i'for
about five mil A
Tne SUr were declared, Tho Knights $50,000 worth of negro and other property committed suicide at Houston on ,the 8th inst, cast for State officers, but a very decided ex. lions of estbiment But 'under'tHeproposed M! .bOEMOND '.

r .\! ,bIn1l1haIred. .; before the Judges, wbeu was sold at enormously high prices. by blowing out his brains.* pr iou was given against the LeCmltof: dolar lo'laran"alcont ar ruired of the ,doI ,Ja.2sI-81E; ,4 CO. <.. ,

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U. 8. Marshal's Sale, DENTISTRY.j-j-More-Prices than Blanks I swAN & CO'S. Lotteries.. I No 5)2.S United State* -. 'I,

-rlrioc of a wnt of fieri facias isnucd from the I I a ,B ./1'IlB! PRESIDENT ". .
BY ',office of the United States District Conit -- .. -
; i I Prize$6OOO iie.eti.t"
-I Tallahassee in and for the Northern Dfstriet[ of I 1,I i U(>gistC'redIone} Letters at Qnr II Me. Capital i OF TSOE UKITED STATES.. };fTERMEDl1-1 E FR )BID ?ORT3,

wherein JubpV.. Cowart i is Plaintiff and : .
florid, -- 4I .
ffjllum Temple is Defendant, I Lave levied upon j Capital PrizeT50,000 0 f IN_purpuawe of law..., JAMES BUCHANAN, I "'. WIWtM' .' '< '

and will expose for sale before the Court-house doorin j : _President of the l'ri"(J tatm of AtnWK-a. duI ; STEAMER 1SAJB'JL2' I.

the.Town of'Quincy.on the first Monday in March ANDERSON & SON'S ---- -- I hereby declare 1\.1 1 make I'n-iwu that public sales
next One White Mule, levied upon as the property LC TTEB..Y f IAHE following SthOIerill be drawn by S. Swan : iHH!I be held at the undermentioned land office in the I roa iuvA.f4.Jxt cjnaLarroK AT nr XML., t.

orim.Temples, and to be sold to satisfy eaid writOf 1 I ; I Jt Co, Managers,of the Fort Gaines Academy I State.of Alabama, at the period htrtiuatter desigua- j ':- rI '
fi.fa.according to law. ON TIlE IIAV>* !'L01' !SINGLE 'tBIR. Lotleiy, in each of their Lotteries f..r November, I led, to-wit : THESteamslii s t f '
E.E.BLACKBURN. Marshal. THE undersigned gives notice that he intends vis I 1857, at Aujrusta Grorria. la winch city they have I At the lai.-l "ffipc at EH-a ponmenriiify on Monday, I .. :.1tt, .t"I":,.11.

Br JOHN G. SMITH. Dep'y. Marl : the present Quincy year, where l1ofeifla1Iy he will bet several plcul'\e times to wait dining on; JASPER. COUNTY---ACAfEMY-- ----- LOTTERY. H moved their: Principal: Office.CLASS I the bth daytof April n,'xt, {,,r the (J';p.-Bal l of lh. public ,I P .
-- -- tie .* .
1858. 4-Us llowir. named
3. lands Sittiateil townshiii.s
Q\iDCyJ fall those who mnhe in want of his sen ices. JIY AUTHORITY OF TIfF STATE OF ( JO. !((;f, I i "' ?( W' dBM H HMHI -' .ur"""" *

Notice.SIX I entirely'JVelh inserted lie'.. which on the surpasses Cheopkbtic anything Process yet,a process discovered CLASS-GO- Draws 1st- F-brJlr--), 1653, To be D.awn: in the City Augusta, Ga, in public! ::1 .l.urth' \of the: live lint and. We t of teit TeIluLzisesJjeridia'i. ': HAVING taken two first the CtaSrSe mail oootraet StCMKltfllfl'fb VjW J

Month! after the first p Iblirttinn t.f this no j fur full Setts. Uumheds <'f the best certificates CLASS JI, Draws 15th February, 1S58 On SlI.turda.IJtretnHr. SeA, 1857. i twice month, rnettiqg} Spanwb.Hd *.. .
<. ihe undeisifrnt-d will pi
and vouchers as admiuiitiator the Estate i Monday, February" the Ibt, and will remain till the I of E. C. Bulkley and Joseph Waterman, ;: CLASS 66, 13. 14, 15, 16, and 17. "STZAltSX BFJM 7? '.
cf f EIiza J-J 'l'i'J'S deceased late of Leon county, 10tL P. p. LEWIS. : EMIS" ,j T" be Drawn in the City of Augusta, Ga, in public, Fractional township 6, of roves 18, 19,20,:1,:2, .
end tfk for a discharge. W. ..YILLS.Adrnl'r.JaD. Jan. 1G, 185.- 3-tf : I 28, 24, nnd 25. will leave ITew Port in tie morning aa48L Maski
____ | On Sttuiday, December 12 23, 1858. 46mLOST Tickets $10 ; Halves; ; Quarters 2 BO. Fractional sections 25, 26. 27, 28, and 30, of fraotional terminus on the arrival of the Can from .Jguws,

GREAT SALE OF township 6, of range 26. ;i. taking mail passengers baggage cI ft1I1IId te aid
I Prizes Payable Without Deduction. CLASS 67, Fractional Kchons 2G, 28, and 30, of fractional from the Steamer and returning in MftMB .ti* a/ .

I School & Seminary Lands. To be drawn in the City of Angujsti, Ga, in publicSat.rc1ay township 6, of range 27. ternoon-train. .,

Tff Tallahassee,on Wednesday but in the Eating is that in of Only 80,000 Numbers! 15,600 Prizes On Deremler 19/A, 1857. Fractional section 20, and the east i of fractional The travelling public can reatinrsd.hi'1t14slong '
hereby given,
J. Davis
Calf-akin PocketBook pursuance
Saloon kept by George ; a NOTICE 23. desired and frequently! attempted dptrimonka-
of fractional 6.
28 township
will offer for sale at all the I section range
containing come $76 in money and papers of public auction SCHEME: CLASS 68 Lands appropiiated by law or the ne of ,schools tion to and from the abovjs ports ia in inea. .band a
no value to any eave mytelf among which are the SEMINAR LANDS, warrant tnccets. '
I other will be excluded from perrnnneofyaad ;
Prize of.$50,000 military and
flowing notet; one signed by J. D. F. Houck and AND ALSO ALL THK- I 1 1" ) To be drawn in the City of Augusta, Oa., iu public, tie sale. purposes Pae'engers huiug. l.an aervcnta'/niBtt/t. te

LI'.HaTie for 118.76 ; one signed by Junius Tay- SIXTEENTH SECTIONS, 1" 6, Felkel nnd J. D. I f
for $142.50 John
lot ; one signed by OOO the and will proceed in the order bon rd. *<
day appointed(
F.Houck for $131.00; one aigoed by C. II. Miller and lands selected to supply deficiencies therein, 1)I I 1"I" 1.000 OX THE PLAX VFSIXULE XUMBEK3. in wLifh they are nllnl tistd. until the whole shall f&: Abo look after- yoyr BafpffB yors.1LForfurthier
and P. B.Brosaw for f61.00-a11 payable to R. H. I IIJT and be-in:* in the Counties hereinafter named at -- partfcul > to -'
1" l.'i0) have cn offered, and the sales thus closed ; but the : rs. Apply I' iJ'l
Hall and due :2.1! December, 1856, with 8 per cent : the times herein specified. The sale of the lands lying f. 5,490 PRIZES ; DANIEL LADD1-Agctxi .
p 2)0. . 1.00) sale shall not be kept opcairt/ rrr than two vetl.it,
interest from 22d Dt-c. 1855. Also one n"te tinned i in each will take place before the doorf \'Ji.\ILY! : OK PRIZE TO EVI.IT: KJXK
county : TICKETS: : '
the M-
2" 250. MIll( I __ and no private entry of aSy of lands will be ad- New Port. '.. July 11. 1857. -
dated 22d ] '.. th Court house which lie. '
by G. E. Dennis | >r $62.85, about l' in they respectively TLe. ;
the twb.wbeks.Gitin
n.itted until after the of )4
10" 200. Z.tltiO JIA l U2UFWKXT sentMLI expiration .
1 r 7and pavable on demand ; one signed bv J. sale will commence- I Boots & Shoes. ..
: I 1lfJ" 100. lO.i'K' ) I under my band, i.t the city of Washington, : .:.6
Ha\is and Littlet M. White for 122.50, dated 20th : : TO j''. IUAWN F..cn !
SAIVRDIT ix xovisiBha -
III Madison County on Monday the 12th this 20th of December. A. D, 1857. '
480 Approximation 7.R80 day ct-. 1I__ A .I.\G irum tIMGaanN
Pec. 1S55, and imaLle to iiie.one year jifU-r dato ; c11 I 1 Prize of. .?GO,000 ; 5 Prf "of. .$900 BUCHANAN.
Thomas W. April tieI ; 15OOU Prizes of ;S.50 .. .. 127,500 e .Lturc ttock r I BOOTS: *'SHOES ra.-
wh t> cent interest one signed by ; I 1 .OOI "
per ; 2 ) \ 5 800(> Bv the President: ti.. deerrptf' 11'
of varutv.and
the 19.7 -
Carr. f.'r over $3OO, with credits reducing the prineipal : Columbia County, on Monday to about *18. one Pinned by it II. Hull and 1 :! neit ; I I I" 7,000 { 5 COO of the General Land Office. Sept. 19. 1857. 88 '- ''

(J. W. Moore for *it)0.) p-tst .'.ue; one t-ijued by S. ; In Alachua County, on Monday ik? 2G/i of I IAllrtl,1c.tt n.\l1k Notes sound flanks taken at 1" . 5,000 } 80 600 -
H. Whitaker and John Cason 1-jr 12'('. lue hot Jan, par. I '
1 3..00)\ tQ 4\0 Mantillas tt&rpALilAS
; I Checks on New York remitted for prises. ) SOT1CK TO PRE-miPTIOy CTA IJLlX7. Cloaks;
I; (,the pieMnt jear; one signed by Jot-btia W. Saunders 1 ? I 1" 1.500'j 10'J /: '. 150 I I .
In Address orders tickets Certificates of Packa
, the ii9/A for !
for 527.30, p-n able\ to F. -J. ut.u 1-t t Lci-f CcHnty, on Thursday of I or 5" 1,000 1 230 :'. 100 Every person entitled lo the rill' of rre- rw tion lined and unlined ..'_.
: Jan, 1856, payablestJan., 1857 'ilI, 8 per cent I April nal ; gesofTicketsto SON I Prizes. to any, of the lands within the own'ships and parts of JL do with HoodtJ:
interest from date. Payment of the above notes has I In Marion County, on Monday 3d of May' I ti Managrr*, Approximation townships above enumerated required to istablish Printed Plush do ,
been stopped; the public is therefore cautioned I II next i : Macon or Savannah, Ga. I 4 Prirci ofijCC ap'prtV-to !ooooo prize are*1,60Q I the same to the satisfaction of the register and receiver nasci !a Cloaks, "
has ; Jan.!: 23, 1853. 4 4 u 300" 25.000 1,200 of the land office at Elba, antf make
against trading for the same. :Whoever found Thursday the) __: I payment 2Joiave Wrappers, .. -
or may find the Pocket Book, and will return the pa In Sumpter County) on Gth of I 4 200 10,000 U 8uOi t he rtfor ax noon ax practicable after teeing this notice Moire and Cloth Cloalu,* ,

I pen to me may keep the money as a reward. The I May next j FLORIDA RAIL ROAD :i 4" 125 7,IfliOO) ) aud before the day appointed for the commencement Rich Velvet do. :u'- ,. '-

papers can be left either at the Floridian office or at In Hrrnando C thzfy, on Monday the 10th of RUNNING 73 MILES. I i 4 100" ,OOO 4OJ.! (if the public sale of the lands embracing the Sabla Black and Brown Sable For Sett*, ,. .
t *
t the store of Jamet Kirkzey t Nephew. I May ?tIn bt't j : 4". 15" 3,500" SO' tract claimed; otheiwise such claim will beforleited. Children' Fur Tippets and CSloalta.' 1 ?
I Hillsboro' Ceunty, on Saturday the 15th I 6,000 prizes of 20 nre..1 Laud Office.
t Jan.2'. 1858. 4 I 00,000 Commissioner of the General Oct. 17, 1857. 42Copartnership .",.
of next -
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Jan.16,1858. 3M -
i List of Letters I In Manatee Counlv; bn Tuesday the IQlh+of TRAINS LEAVE FERNANDINA 5,490 Prizes amounting to. . .. .$320,000I -- -- --- Notice.. .

j in the Poat Office,Tallahassee, Fla., May next: D. S. WALKER, DAILY (Sundays excppted) for ""Slarke," (near !I WHOLE: TICKETS $10 ; HALVES $5 ; QCARTEES |:i. HARD TIMES TIlE undersigned have thi.. day entered into a ee

f REMAINING 1858. I Register, 4c. Pond,) oj-ly:: 8 miles frcm Fort Har- ,:, -: :oh :- in the ." ,'
AY affect the Banks and Commission Merchants,
I Jan..16, 1858. 3-18t lee, connecting tri-weckly wiih 4 horse Mail Stages ] PLAN OK TilE LOTTERY.
f A.-Mrs Virginia Albert, ((4)) Jam"s Ai-drew?, for G '.OP?\\'iIIl', Micanopy, Ocala, Tampa Bay. and] : I but the LEATHER TRADE stands the same. WHOLESALEunder & RE"AIL.t ; :
-- -- -- -----
t Mia H A Andtrs.B. 750,600 A011ES OF all points in East and South :Florida.. At Baldwinthe |:, The Numbers from 1 to 50,000, corresponding i Let those who doubt caJl.atD. DB.UGaUSJN'" .I.
.-PBradv. ((4)J) l W Brantlv, (::) Cary Bcm1 I ( junction of the Jacksonville :nJ Alligator R.-ad) j jOohnrcting I i with those Numbers on the Tickets printed on separate the name and style or' '

>ery WH H'utl.Best\ck, Mr. Block. .1 I Florida Land for Sale. with Stages for Jacksofavillc! All'galor, j I i I slips of paper, are encircled with small tin tubes E. HULL'SWhere "#.'
]Burnett. Evtlin lirattcn, B Bradley S P Bcran. M ; floridc.! IIlIIrl placed in Oil! wheel. I AMES & LIVELY! ,
Tallahassee, and all 1 points in Middle ,
Burns, JByrre.Mi-pJ C Buckle. J Blal,.. II C \T. 7"ILL bf scId at public outcry on Monday the -. .- I The first 462 pries, similarly printed and encircled They Can be SKINNED as rsual.I .' '
-J A E Bunes Mis M Barton.I T T 15th day of February next, at Staike. nil lha ]. in another wheeL i THEY will theirrieada
nmil1; ly. Billiiigsly, i are placed and to suit the : pleaded to tee
I S11IILTLE.Leave : I I Goods of description variety, (
Baxter! J J Burnett, 31ary. Dunce, M Braswtll, W I above Land. This I.uil1lllit'* within 15 mils of the 1 The wheels are then revoWrd, and] number is every aud the of Purchasers.CARRIAGES and patroL at the old ttand of D.H.MI
R Bailer. Floii'Ja! H.lilroadhidl i* now Cotnp'eted to SUirke. I'crnandina daily (Sundays ,; drawn frotl'\ the wheel of Numbers, and at the same times pockets : where they will keep" full and y! -rarasacrtiu

C.-11I.mns Conafflan, (4))) J C.nnd.. Dr J J (the place of sale. '5 miles from Fernandina) and i excej>ted) at..l 13, M. I j time a Prize is drawn from the other heel. The ea t o ArLjdeupper } t%ibeirn.

Cannon: W L Cri..lf-r, D Crews, V C Cl.-nor Gen J ; will. be completed to Cedar Key and 1 Ocala by thei | Arrive at Starke at..5, P. M. j I Number and Prize drawn out me opened and exhibited I ol businesS U
l':1rlt'r.Ii's J Oirlile I : -i of.JIIJ.i: r '. 1859, and embrace the finest description [ Leave Btaike daily (Sundays ex- I'I to the audience, and registered by tl'e Commis- I I Adapted to the present stjles-of La- I :M. SvELJcnnary ?/

D.-D W I\'fII'oil. C Da"sisnol, EB Dvnicnn, : of Sugar, Cotton, Corn, Turpentine, and Timber copied) at..4. A. M.Arriv. j i sioneis: the Pme being placed against the number l di3 dress-1o can be accommodated 3 if I. 1,1856. 1 -- .,

F L Daney. W B Dallas, D D Davi, W G l ni!, J 1 I'.and.Peisons;: I at FtTiiandina at..8. A.31.Sti.1.iIg I i,j (hi a'Ii. '1 his operation is repeated until all the Prizes un atC lt. -
It.\' !. Charles; Davis n..mi..l1I'ii'. : desiring to attend the sale r r.z reach) Fer 1 itt Baldwin and Trail Pidije (the crossing I are (!ri\7i3 our. I ISo .
& Caps. .
I'.-.John Frail, ((3)) ri B Flinn, Patrick Frail, Hou nandina by st"amer, froth -thcr! Charleston or Savannah I of the New River Road) each way. ; and connec- |i iII .. ''rnjiHijtiitn Prise*.-The two preceding and ROCKAWAYS, Hats ; a.l ,

J J Fiiil.y. in from 12 to IS hours, and thence to Starke II tin: at Fernandina with Stf.i'iiers for both Savannah |i the t\\o FiicqeeJiiig! Numbers to those drawing the gentle and( undulating in motion as absolutely I FINE assortment HAW CAPS,ll ,

!.-UM Glover, (2)) A Gag\< Grady, G J : by Railroad] in 4 hourt and Charleston, going and returning. I first 7 Prizes will be entitled to the 28 Approximation to do away wi'b the necessity of Cradles. mA Fall and W'mterStJer' i t to ., .. .

Graw, W 11 (Jriffin.II : The Bonds of the Florida Kailroad Company wiU PRE I G lIT I Prizes.. .For example : if Ticket No, 11250 I I HODGKISS, SCOTT & POOLE.,
be received in payment, or liberal credit will IJ4I ex 1 draws' the J"0,000 Prize, those Tickets numbered All Sorts of Buggies : 1857. 38
J G 4
Hngbes,(3): ) W G Henry,((3))J A Ha\(:, Received bv the! Company's;; Agents free of cha>ge at i Sept 19, j
Rev G G Henderson. John B Harper, Jam.s T 1Iri j tended. For further paiticulais apply to all the the and foruaided, to 1124S, 1121H, 11251. H252. will each be entitled to Buggies with Tops and Curies without Top&I I -
stations along route,
rinc, J C Hateley, Miss G Harrifou, G W IlunUr, Hox. D. L. YULEE, U. S. S., Washington, Fernandiua, Savannah, or Charleston, as be ilirected. i, : ;40". IfTicfret No. 650 draw the 126.000 Prize and SULK'ES' aojointinj to HumbuggicsSADDLES Boys & Gents .. '
Oa, GEO. W. CALL, Fernandina. may those Tii-kets nunibcred 548, 549, 551, 552, will each j- u.
, J WHayman, A Harvey J THiggs, Miss S T R GPIO W. CALL F. R. R.Dec. Ii '
I Hays..B C Hood.j. : Jan. 16, 1858. 8-tds [*** Florida papers copy. 25. 1857. 52 Secretary be entitled Lo Hoo, null so'cn according to the above FALL & WINTER CLOTHLKa.

t .-Mrs H M Jenkins, J "W Jones, Mrs M John- [ -------- ------ -- -, I scheme. I : Large enough for the ponderous Roman f ALL and eee our Stock. It is.lsgereU'MJ
\V Johnson. Noticie The 5,000 Pike of?20, will determined.by] the
G :
son. i I (>SELECTTCHOOL.< lpee : jwmtilf, or small enough for a gentleman \ K-cted. HODGKISS,SCOTT A POOUL
K.-L Kone, J Kenedy, G R 1\inef n.F A If uby. '' after date I ball apply to the Hon. L.sf figure of the Number that draws the JtfO.OOO Irom pt..19,1857. 38Nathaniel

1..-.J GLee, G Linon, Mrs JTaiicy Lewis, Dr ,: FOUR"et'b JufTcison f.> an order I UNDERSIGNED begs leave to inform the Prize. For example if the Number drawing the T.iliput. I __

R W Lindsay II Lumjikin, G E Lichiuor, J I) Lewis and decree for the sale of the follow county';lug described 1! TIlE of Tallahassee and vicinity, that ho Proposes i ftC'J.OiM') Prire Dds with No. 1, then all tbe Tickets BRIDLES, Hamlen;. -

J Lander. lands, belonging to the Estate of Charles D. Mc- to open n M <" I ( r: I ft clio n I. f-r tie : whore the No. feiui in 1, wiil be cntitlfd to ?2'J. If I
: Of ious sizes s'ron enough tn guide imported -
jj.Mj.s M MeGuir', Mrs A Ma on, J B MeContly. i i Ck-tla, deceased, to-wit: The S W 4 ol N W 4, the instinotion of jouth. Ha\ii g had consuleiable txeI th' No. ends with No 2, then, all the Tickets where VIU Arabian, or sufficiently? graceful ornament I COMMISSION MERCHANT,"'. -

& : P Marr. X McMillan, G W More, C McCu- W i oi S W i. the N E J nfSV J and the N W 4 I rience in teaching iu this city; I hope, by until ing zealand : the No. cds in 2 will be entitled to ?20, and so on I the Secretary's room. No. :t 9f Povffras: St. Ncrr Orleans.'

ran, Rev: H Muse I Mann, Mrs E Mitchell, J C )Ie- of 5 E 4f Sec.22. Town. 1, of Kane 4, X aliI 1 E. unremittod energy, to mel it a sharef j>it;!.lic : toO. I ,
Kaw, M Myrtb, J Milton. Mirf McXt-il I, Mrs b A ;5 in Sc. nnd jmtio-iage. The greatest care will be taken with C rlifi.'ae5! of Paclcnges will be mid at the Wow-! Ilarnr, Martingales] India R.jbber end .1. 0io\
sa'ng.arid I'
excepting; acie lying rates, which is the risk Leather Belting Calf Lining: and Sheep Skfoa. I Refers G07.James E. Broom, Tallahastee, .
Moore. Q A Mann. those committ'-d to charge, both} iu icgiul to :
27, sV11! by f-aid deceased, in his life-time tit Mra. : my .
K. J B Nicholas} (2)) J B Xcbl.ut., J R Kick, Mrs Ma an-i E. Stcj'l fns also Paving uu-1 txcepting an i progress and moral*. I Certificates of Pack.ige of 10 Whole lltkets. .$80 IU i Trunks that can convey thepara- i VVV flf I George K. Walker Esq.., .
S A Nicholson.O. As complete! and thorough r.n education will: Tic- I .4 1'I) Half 40 I pharnaliacftheinostfXtravHfraiitof 'ESSftp ra I Gen. Wm. Bailey, Jtffenoneotmty.
: acre wide E nnd W, in the fc>, tud of W i ot S W Ji .
MrJ A Owcn. I 10 Quarter 211> either VALICES and Car L5Vl3Lljpet I T. J. Unt.n, Esq., .
i (-i l Sec. 22.! To be p v'd for the payment of the debts given na can h be obiaiiK-J nl! any other! Institution in I BPT. _
I-.-James lan, {2)) E II Part-Mil. M S Pnlmrr, !; of said estate. I the Sta.t-, and as s" 'n ai the patronage will warrantable : 'I 10 Eighth 10 I Bags of all sizes, and the most ap- J. G Putnam. Esq.. Madison i .. v.
T PlummtT. J (r Plant, A S Paromore, J X Perois :i HENRI ilcCLELLAN, AdmtV.I I and competent n,..itanls will be procured. III I In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclo.se the I ]>n>val styles. Daniel Cell. K-q.. Hamilton "
A Pow .ll. \V" Page, Rev t; AV Pratt.R. !I Jan.16J658. :-\ conucction with tlie SCHOOL, a class for money to our address for the Tickets ordered, on receipt Hemp and India Rubber Steam Packing, Upper Augustus Steele Esq.. Levy *
.-Miss A. IU-i.1, R L Uicc, James Roberta, W I BOOKKEEPINGwill I of winch they will he forwarded by first mail. Leather and La'.ing for carriages, (not for Ladies) J. J., Snellir.g Esq.. Gadsdcn t-4
H ] uli. I Purchasers can Lave tie-kits ending in acy figure they i: emmgton. Esq.. Thomas ville, Qeo.-
S.-y knn: C mitll, E Seal, Mrs MJ Smith. ForSale.TILL be conirr.cnc'-d, ail, I those pupils; di-siroui of "m- I may designate. -- Oct. 24, 1857. 43 .

Rev J J &' ). Mrs b Solofier. F C*lnt1alln, ((2)) W i "\ bo sr.ld at private tale, the following ar- bra.ciiiij, a commercial life will! be fully qualified to j I The Lit of Driwn Numl- and Pri/es; will be Road Wrggoris, Gotten "Wapgoi.3, and other kinds of ..t

R tanwdJ. ((2)!) Y Stark, W C Stil.er'. F 11 Smith.! : T ticks] of furniture at low priecRosewood tntei upon the duties of the Counting Roi"m. j sent to ,'Irella'-cre immediately after the drawing.3T" I WAGGOXS.SEWIXG Butter.and Buckwheat

Miss i Mnry* J>r'is, JT P :notwood, F Sloan] Csnit RXSvufu 2 Bed Stead!, :il RO-t'WfOd Arm Chair! Classic and Five Higher IaicliL-d!; of Enyli'h: per j', Purchasers will plt'le write; their sL.natureanil MACHINESOf ASA HSHL .
Term of Months.$5 00 -
''heir Post Oince, and State. I 1)EK
1 H..11 Lautcin. plain give founfy
Mahogany ;,,1 D .. .. .. .. 15 00 ,j Eighth bbls. Buckwheat
.-Mac Tuteri.T Triplet, ((2)) Mrs F H Triplet. i 1 RnsewooJ marble top 1 RoseuooJ S'f-i, Primary > paitmcit J3T": RciiH-mbi-r that every Prize is drawn und all kimls.! manufactured by WHEELEE. & WiLSON 20 Quarter do do .
Miss C Tou nwnd.V. ; Wa-.li stand, ;jl Rosew'ti Cintrc Table, The exercises! of tile SCHOOL will commence on j jMONDAY pa aide in full without d.-(?uction.J of New York. 10 Goshen Butter. .

.-W L Vincent, ((5)) Mr Vnnn, Pr II "W Vnnn.W. I 1 Toilet Bureau, Rosew'd' I'ine Hat eland. I illf..rtHti'm.I, January 4th 1858. I All prizes' IIf *1,000' and under, paid fmmcdiately @3 Call and examine' them. ALSO Kegs 60 boxes English Dairy Cberee. **. >
.-U II Woodworth, (3)) R P Wade. ((2)) W L 8 Extra R<- ew"d. Chaire j All} ucjmn-J can be ob'ainfd by aypliT.lioii > I after tlft drawing-other prizes at the usu.il '
Wins.n, S X 'we11iaiii ., AV W.ilkoj. G T Warn, IrsI!I The nrticli-s are as god as new, and of the most I to the sulc-criber! at hi* re-iueuce or at the time of thirty days. Tallahassee November 21, 1 57. 47 For sale b; B&;. DEKRT.O'YeD1b .
14 1857. .
E Wilson.] J "Woolen, Mist; Kate \" J.on. R S t'illiamson l- I rare Mid beautiful material and fine workniMi'hip. Store ot Col. R. H. Urncr. All communications strictly confidentiaL -' --- r 47 <-.: A,

Mrs WlliJn, M''** T II Willis. Mies S Apply at Messrs.Valktr i Call's Law office, D. B. CLAYTON.Pec. Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to NEW GOODS !I-NEW GOODS I LARGE lot'jnhtrt

WjllisMrs K Williams Jlr J M Wapu-rs R C Wil- TuEDWIXA.HAJlT.Jfin. :, J857. 40l1U'DICAL :, S. SWAN & CO., Augusta, Ga. I OIGARS_ by-r' i '
liam, Julia \V.irer. Julia '"Williams "Wiliani! J !i 16, 1 8. 3-It tr: Persons residing near Montgomery, Ala., or FOR TIlE McDOUGALL & HOBDY.1dareh .
C Walker, Mrs E Williams Mr Ward.. W II Wyat. I Atlanta, Ga, can have their orders filled, and save I 21.'57. 12 .
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E Willian.F. ..1V Wood N White T X B F : -'e.. WINTERTR'ADE. -
Willis time, by addressing S. Swan W.iogoii.J '\ -, "Williamson, Pr White, A SELLINGOFFNEW A. PEET.ER..J. c. J.VTIH.: cities.
S Wilson. i! -\.T- --- ---- 1ST A list of the numbers that arc drawn from NEW.BOOKS.I'

Z.-A Zoble. I Drs. Peeler & Bates, the wheel, with the amount of the Prize that each JUST RECEIVED .iflI11J .

13?" Persons enquiring (or any of the above letters { YORK COST associated themselves in the one is entitled to, will be published after every draw I NOV'ELSDOnFA
will plfe t MY they are advertised. HAVING practice NEW BOOKS & -
in the Con-
nnd iog, following papers: Augusta: (Gee )
I Surgery, respectfully offer .
MILES NASH, P. M. FOR CASH their services to the Public, i In the treatment b'f all stitutionaliiit, New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register, 'rHE undersigned') is now receiving his Stock of I Stroller in Europe;. '
J&*.n. 1857. ((202)) 4lwcPt1rsh1i acute well chiouic diseases of all characters. Charleston Standard. Na>hville Gazette, Allan1 a Intelligencer. FALL AXD WIXTKR GOODS. EL OH.INGO-1'rut"ls iirMexieo; .
i --- as as .
Subscriber is desirous of removing: from this Office, Wnukeenah, Jefferson co., Fla. New York Weekly Day Book, Savannah wlichU.t3 neither in Quantity, Quality or Style, DR. KANE'S Arctic Expedition; .
'THE Morning News, Richmond Dispatch, New York Dispatch MEMOIR "f S.S. Prt'uli, Speecbe.h-;
and offers his entire Jan. 9, 1858. 2tfGARDEN Embracing for the Ladies
eo-part-1 aiid Puulding (Miss ) Clarion., THE DAYS of"y life-A novel 'b.f. h.
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''t'HE nnder .ijrned bare this day formed a STOCK OF MERCHANDIZE, -- --- Nov. 14, 1857. 46-ly Silk Robes a Quill, Side Stripe Delain Robes, author of Margaret and Zaidee.

r--* ,hp? under the nime. ati} ftyle of i ronsii-tirg pmt cf Dry Goods, Clolhiug!; Hardware, SEEDS -- t U Flounced Challie ISABEL-A novel-, .,..

3LjCyirj3 eft;? GbrJn.an. : Saddltr} lxAc., &C. at GROWTH OF 1857. I Brocade Bayadiere Stripes. Plush BaregeCftiillle ARTISTS WIFE ArnortlVVASCOXSELQS ', ?

ana ivil! continne the business in all its .inches: at '. NEW YORK COST, FOR CASH: "E wculd l cull the attention of our fiiends and BD, .J- I I Robes A new Do'
I \\7 China Striped Glace. Printed:Merino Robes, by Simms; fec...:. T .n
the Old Stand of Towle keeping a full assortment of all articles well selected Asortmeut of PEN. & GEO. R. R. Co.
appertaining the wise is (uflict ul. CALL :cJY.VM. I All Wool Delains.MANTLES. July 4,'57. 27 ,
to Uitir tjranch of b'u'sirsecs, nnd hope by constant attention | \ 1. K. COHX. .
I ROAD being now complete! some Thirteen
to merit the heretofore extcnc'ed I
to the ate firm. patronage Newport. Jan..9.1_65JT.!; : __ 2-tf= __ __ Our Seeds are procured fiom a Cold C.imate, and THE the Company will receive Cotton or other OF ZVEIXY VATEHIAL AND STILT.Embroideries Don Bead TMstUH I
SELIM W..MYERS. e"nCt'q II('uti y will flourish the better ill a warmer one, freight at Station one, whife an Agent of the Coin-
R. B. GOR AN. Florida Railroad, such as ours. t 3ff Call cathy or send \our orders, I' pafly i il1 located to receipt for a MY freight brought DO%'T ..: \

Tallahassee,January I. [16] 1858. 8-lf I that you may secure tho taiietic you tlcFire.: there for trqusportntion to Tallahassee or St Marks. OF KVEIIT KIND. ,;J E have just received frtrtH Ni" Orlnna! Pet
--- AMES: & LIVELY' .There will be two trips of the Traiii f er we-k, V Schr. Win. IR Pettls, .anuj.Kew,Tork Par j
Valenccixe, Maltese and Honiton Laces. :
G. K CLARK I __! I January 9, ISoS. 2 (uesdays and Fridays) leaving the Depot at Talla .. Bark K. H. Gamble Jarge nod rell effected ,
: hatsee at 24 o'clock, and arriving at Station No.. T, OiNETS, BELTS AND TRIMMING RIBBONS. sTock OF GROCERILSLALSO t
I AT a meeting; of the Board of Directors of ''he : 6 Pianos; Expected P. A G. IL R, at Si o'clock, P. M., aad leaving Station The undei sincq.uM also call the uttvntion of the ', I hi}
Florida Railroad Company) held at Fernandiua I by o'clock aud h" and ., -
WATCHd.MAKERA 1, at 4 arriving at the Tallahassee Public generally, to ; large complete Stock of '
on the 7th day of !o'emoei, A. D., 1657 the following Wines BranjUe. / Cisart.ii._ .'
FIRST PACKET FROM NEW YORK. D l'ot. at 5 o'clock. Gents Iud Youths Fall and Winter Clothing # -re. (
resolution was adopted : subscribers 17.j'ulIJ'hsiltt IfttnrtH Station Ao. J (Chalrtx.) Gems and Yfifths: Fall and Winter z;ic StibsciiDcrs urtC'lmioeJ after this date "
30w e1er, SIIEtEAS, The work on the Florida( Railroad J hating THE arc expecting by the anj $(. 3farkxOn Cotton 76.cent? per Bale.- IUTS. CAPS abandon the tysteia of sel-ling!! goods.on.a C.REDCl
five PI A N-
'' rOULD respectfully inform the Juna i of Tal-- advanced to a condition which brings it into useful packet, superior On'olhei Goods 30 cents per 100 pound t. BOOTS AND SHOES.PLANTATION For Cash oft Comtlty Prvduet ,
the reliable houses iu
interior OS. frwnonepf m"st the United -
connexion with tbe business of the I
t V has I _Zrlvecn 1lll.l/allll": and St"liJP.o.1 1 On Cotton
that be
h Mod thegea.r.fly.. : -
the of successful. of it to [ States oJ various styles and prices. I't'reon.wisLng GOODS, 1wilt atany time be bippy 16 sir re oureBtUeoeri
a prosecution
U taken the old U.d at J. a Hall 4 Co, vben beuprepwed l 25 cents 1 JMT HaleOu other g'nous l2j A cents per ,t,th
t: su'r'p'ly themselves) will please (Jl at goods i>('every descriptirn'at a small adv&nc*
the end being remnaUy demonstrated, the Company Kerseys nt..J. .a 2 and :
t A change equal to 5 cents mile, will he made lepe.
I *repair per York
above New and New '
MILES NASH & CO. Orleans ll -
conducted the consider w
wbieb bat thus fur enterprise Saluda Stripi-.i i.iiiktLs, y
to to and from the terminus of the road .
Walcke CUckf, and Jnm Tal1ahasei! Jan. 2!, 1858. 1lfSHOP passengers s doubt it._come and try ut. at:-J. :B.- Gamble'sOld
that a point hat been reached where they may hope COTTON will be received at the crossing of the Marlboroug St.ipes and Uusseta and black Shoes, .
in a 9"tap s>j>k4 mssyirr,tad at the taoet reaconaUeralee. to be mat by the confidence and co-operation of the County-line road. Plaids, Linseys and Ken'y. Jeans, Stand Cornerof. Monroe and JfffenooStreetIV .

Ftnotu baviaf rood Watebee that fail tonE planters and merchants of the interior: 100 pound F. H. FLAGG Sect'y. Heavy Cotton 0I1abllrgh8'irglD: 1 all Woo Liuseye, BiROKAW, & RHODES.. '

well from.featkg Wen LM11I'fJred caa rely Therefore, Rttolttd, That the Secretary be directed GUNSMITH i Nov. 28, 1857. 48 t | 44 brown and bleach- Wool Hats, May 23, 67.t I 2Mf'-. .- '. ._.

fcpoa bariqt them put right at bis chop.CO to invite subscriptions to the Stock of the Company cd domestics, Steel, Iron and Nails, I '.

All word warranted if well used. .JfJ upon the same term u heretofore nnd to take 1"nr undersigned begs leave to inform the citizens I MEDICAL NOTICE. Brown and bleached Shce- Complete assortment of Winter Supplies,; v: I

:.. IS, 1Z$. tl such steps as may afford the mOil convenient; opportunity .1. of this place and surrounding country thut he tings, Hardware.CARPETING STOCK w notr complete and opera for .
to the inhabitant of the several ilJtcrl.tcdCourt bus opened n number oneGUNSMITH I Dr. A. GFTBLAKE OUR and comprises as xisaufavtion gSWufe
I ., .
to take Stock. '
of .
ADOLF SCHOLZ A true copy from the niinutrt. SHOP, I CONTINUES to offer hU Professional Services to Brussels, Three Ply and Ingrain Carpets, .:. : ,

GARDNER AND FLORIST GEO. W. CALL, Secy..In | and that he it now prepared to do nil kiwI of voik I J the citizens of Centres ille and adjoining neigh.1orbcod. Parlor Rugs and door Halts. Groceries, H:1rd"'lIic Olaas:flolluw.wa.1aT5rjidlery : .
Crockery. -wart Cuokiniid 'lat.lor ?
All of the above mentioned
Residence changed to Centreville. Office articles will bo sold
belonging to his line of buninss in the but and most Sieve .
I his residence. as good terms as can be of Housein Dry Oomlt. Iron nad St4tir.
at bought
ON CABBAGE HILL All work done at his upon any
pursuance of the foregoing resolution notice i ia workmanlike uiauiicr. shop 52-tf the niturc. ILU andCq-ILot, .aJ SD l
Dec. 6. 1857. Citv.
(First out of the Road. that the books the warranted. :!. Yaio. % z_f '"k ,
place town en Brinbridge ) hereby giveu of Company are per ----- -- --- ( t'1lK .U' $.
I AM prepared now to ley oni ground, in the newest manently open at Fernaudiua where subscriptions I fSf Call mill ij'u-c Mill
style,by day or job wotk. I Lave on liand may be made cither in person or by letter, the AUGUSTUS UUOWN. ----, -- _42_ an inspection of same by our friends rd'ih: ,pirt4iiJ.
of the $17.00 Shop at Mr. W m. Kulm'n Carriage Shop, next to t ".'. .
for sales very fine assortment'.Shrubs,Evergreens, amount present assessment being on I JUST RECZirxn PER jrnsoAVWHOLE Health Bitters. Jale8AUGHT.ORMONDo..tce., .
Fruit Trees such at Peaches Pun, Applet and Figs ; each share $100.00. This company is the owner P. B. Brokaw'e Livery StJiblen. Boxes Raisins ewportov.14i853 .-4G

&bo,Strawberriet and A.pnrngut, ic, 4e. town sites of Fernandina nod Cedar Key and also -Tallahassee- Dec.'19,. 1857. ,__ 51-Cm 20 :20) Half 1.0 those suffering from Dyspepsia Debility en-.
J n.l ,18 8. 3-4w 750.000 acres of land property'which had been np 30 Quarter felled health or deranged state of tbe Stomach, 'T. t I ---i 'i''
praised at over t2.o $ .OOO, and it it believed that a "WTEL E. ANDERSON, 4 Boxes Citron, 'iEsT ,
Oats &c further asscstcuent of irom $8.00 to fl0.0dpei< share A.11orn.e Lt X.uw, 1 BbL CUlrnnt. Fneulty.as a certain euro. For sale by wBUTLER4DEKHAH Ian ud.Wiftbnt,1-.et_.
,-. will be .sufficient'trnUb the rc.& ; UM Side Strip snd-&.* _.
BUSHELS toperior Northern Oatt GEO. W. CALI/ Sec'y. Walnuts Almond No'v.14.1857. 46 ". popr .uj DeIAISsTnmtuligi. Lacea-'ViIN'
300' to Jan. 9, 1858 2-tf OR INEQUITY rica,Ac jutt received by t $4rinODc1rns t" '

ilNEI.6O No.ZoFlougbs. ______ *AflIAA. FLA.Jo Hrazil Not; Filberts Butler & ]Denham "' ::'SODr &POoL8ept.19 '

160 No.60 A 60 Plough For Charleston f -- Fur sale by R. H. BERRY. : 186'1" ,_,, S4 '.-, .
1jA Ticr$ l the Coortt of j 't'/u& Wailing- Dee: 15 1857. CO ARE now opetiing tSeir .FALL and : VIFR _- -
Pobts '
4 doxea Hartfcrd; Oonmt' Axes fPB; 8c1lr.*B aT'iiurr," WiLLtkM r too and 'ranklin: n the Supreme Court at Ma-, r- <* wbifih comprise a complete and vaMOJtrnent fi ;_ ... .,,.Ilyoti-v.-- ",'.1.'I ..'.\M .

tat.br G. J.MEaiJTIfISS. J. Matter, will sail fur the above port wflb 'riannaand Ia the trDtt d States District at' AMBROTYPE3 in efery department. In tbe Silkjpjl ,V LL penonJ kT iM'i l ;

lIILlUU. 3-4t lpa&clhLa"iog the lfUter pbn of ber. eargo.eagaK Acbul' Dress department will be found- aonde of the rabet4 ; \.. James P.Fam .4t--.L1aw..tT_,. '1
-__. .- -, ..- aqd Pnr. OIl Oard. For freight, or pa age JEPEftENCg. / AND MELAINOTWBS, beautiful aftd elegant : ,>are notified"to MThet4s Mnirfrtor f.,

Look at This apply to' MCNAUOHT ck OOMD.ZewportJan.9lS8. .. lIoa.J. Wayle Baker. T.llnbalae< ,. TAKKN BV BAILEY. FlouoccJ SidcVtriped Silk M Robes- ""dark .properl1.ut \__ .
: 2 ground, -
,11.L.Rutgers, Agent S. W. R. Bank Rooms over'Barnard's Drug Slot; do b1-IAW.-wt tfey.;" fi- S
'THOSE vho Lave not tnpplird tLemJ1 Hon,J.J.Finley. Marlmm, .- ..- : : Solid. Color Moire f.\ bright. are- r.uested& 1"R" .
with etock lor tbe pretentyear. Notice. Itaae Widgeon,Ag't. B. Colutubot, Marianna. Rooms baTe been -thoroughly refitted and Black do Antique do :R, ;

:. gen to wait and He 4'lUr lot beeitcwhrre. -____ LEON COUNTY,. MIOCASUKIE, i De: 12. 181'1. 50-6m THE now excellent ccmdition for the, purpose Flounced Bernjct! wine colored, .Die. J1S_ '. _,__ __' 0rl
: r "We bare several fine designed. The Public iuvited to-call. .. .. -l---.. ---
are '
'fl0kesTeUbrokendiaoseveraI DCCJUBU, 22ud, l8 '. J f Delaine Robes a Baize, .' S 1crJ
A Jfo 1 -
Iile. b .bicb we will offer for sale on rpHIS to certify"Ihat PATRICK SMITH i. my v Heir &. Coles, .Oct 31,.1857.__ 4f__ Togetherwith a ,.fine .assortment of BIa .Silki! '! kvNNcJ '-

u,1e4t P'eUoD terme. JL duly & authored ent.to tr D'oct.all my bum.MM HAVE opene3 fur the season their business o Water. Black Silk_,Velvet. Us in '\ and Selling Cotton and wil Congress Figured Meriuos Plain do. Black BomUziue, French and Twin !
; ptrmiuuig will be in TalUUtMe.en to r<*c'ire aud receipt for mopey my name Storage llop ** ; !
u. litb'Otb io5t. and toattttHlloaUbuiinuuformo hiring my .1 bence make advances on Cotton conrigucd (10 thet AFRESH supply,just teceired and for naleby Embroidered Sett, el.'pOiot Applique) Setti A gt< .appl.r,.aDd lOr tale/by__ 1-

.t n J LL do tllLLS.. fnrni the State. K.S.HEURINU.Jan. eer#. AMES & LIVELYSept. Sett. Real point Lace. White! ILlwIion- CapeOcL17 \ rVt't,-' McNAUahTORQ4.p, ,

.',1i181tf; 2, 1863. Mf Bq.tember( 26, 1857. S9 IU. 1857. 38 )'31. 42 I 'SsWSQJ't: ur, H. 1857. 40fS -i

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It p.bU! .b. l .r ry SATURDAY, by PRATUlilOUS. -* .. r "IIJ K un-lernirncn IxjtsJaye\ to inform the rilif
JAMBS. JO4R& CHAS. E. DYKE, JOHN "..- Scute <> Tnllahawe and vit-cTinlj, thai: .L : has hUi-M.riiEh 1T YERMIFUGEASD

t.t>ii.(-ii n carriage *L..p in th>a p'ac >jnumBrokaiv -* AND UKTAIT S
:At Two DOLLXM per annum, in &drauc MERCHANT TAILOR; I -. IKON Winw, VJ&OLEULE S
'\-:> *- Lirrry Stables, DKALER Fi.\\v F.tccr AM> JAPASSEDWAKK.
-. Dealer in Ready Hoiking ?ud f LIVER PILLS.
v TERMS OF ADVER.TI5IVO. in iN ht.idii!' formerly xc irol by J. L Orcnrrvl.erc _

: ,. lines, or less,first inter Hon. $1 00 Gentlemen's Furnishing: Goods I Milton'and Chattahcoch, \ h-i I. prijr| 'i t ti iJi> Jit! > :iris! of work in KMiif Stovo tload-Qwarlcrf Two of the beat Preparation afthie Aft.
: fetch -----D.- at the I)
tro1413oaAIoI subwKjnent** Cards i&serted nt?10 perhEvsat'.emet 60Batioe T am noir rcccicing my Fall and TT'iHfcr supPly I US. .. Mail i I L iIIe TU.S, S 4 \\SPLENDID and Wood Strttcs assortment, trinunffd Cooting.willi neatness Parlor

THey are not
c darlred of Cloths, Cassintcres, Vettings, 4'cJ oTt1Too11y ; surh as carriage pr.intinsc anti trinwr-iru:; mr ki ? new L_ and durability, at reduced prices. recommended
Cot with the number of
Color and Quality Lcare.c Mil fan Tuesday's and Friday's nt 10 lijwi: s ninlwn; ons", and all kinds of r >p liring. llavinir Out Door \Vor!(.
: i.wrDoci will be eonCnued iontTl forbid, and charged Every Style prii[ ...iird a drst r.tte as Universal
oY/orA- OrnnnDentnl Front Heads. Outerinsf.! Cop
IK. R 4rln.
: tchich I am prepared lo make tip in iJ c izasl Carriage Painlrr anti Tritsmcr, Sheet Lead. Sheet Cure-alls but
of pnbTlcation of bg1 or estate Lean t'hi
: ,iIt igt bi given until the advcrtislug fee ia fashionable style, on short nlicc after the arrin
3 _s .-,-- AND REASONABLE TERMS I the N 'ith.
eii lu- rlonnt nml Couuirjr.Mcrthniil*
: : ALSOA sic, F'u., ai\d\ liainbritJ, Ga All thi'se who have this! kii.l of work to do, and City

1'1'i ;r LARUK AND WELL .sCLECTKIi STOCK liK IX GOOD TWO-HOUSE HACK! \vi"h it ilor.tin n. nitinuiT that wiK riot fad to give AiT respectfully invited to give me a call b foie purc ports.The

sati-facl wcilJ well t" e.ill "n J& ng c1cwLre.
r 1IIS Line 'n n. w in first rule order. The wlm'.c! i > VERMIFUGE for
hV A READY-MADE CLOTHING, 1| \VM. KUIINV5. fgf N" B. All articles mnnuf vctued from the tery ,
Stock has been irnvwed. with and C.:14frtable : -
1IIi of suitable for winter new Lest material and warranted duruble. Sootier artiIc
ConsUtinff every garment wear, May ?. 57 18
inch as Cloaks, Talmas, Coats,WU. Pants, dc., dc, Hacks. The Drivers art cart-ful. sober a-ul: nccommod will be offered for sale. j : expelling Worms from
itinj. A liberal alluwabrc of allowed
IA wbieh will be disjHieed of at low pi ices. : b.gage Piano Fortes.WE October 20! 1555. 42

Also a large lot of Plain Rnd Fancy Shirts, Collars, to each pas-enjtr the human system has

Undershirts. Ciivat. Stock IIo-it\ ic, .':c.Tb'Os'e r are prepirod to fornijli Piim Wines, Syrups, &c. ,
desiring n thorongh outfit will consult ther AGENTS : irii F.'rtc'. of the veiy best qisal.ty, also -"been administered
Otnrd bparkliniCider,
own interests by giving nit- a CA!!, as all the above articles I At Milton JAS A. CHAFFJ.X, UJHIIJ thvmnst H'TM! term OLD Brandy, Juice
Old Port
have been selected with rud with They arest-eiid lo I'i're ia an.y country either asto Port, with
great caic a Ofiieva, Ala., W. D. MoRo, Madeira Brandy Chen iff, the most satisfactory
view their this nxirket. quality >r price. ,
special to adaptation to ; Citv4pl.eltcn, .1. VT. STfl,
October 18, 1S66. ly-42 Matianna. \v_ 'L5, Every Instrument will bewirrnntol. ?hf>iry. Sardim-a,
CH results various
ChattHtioochee D. ('ol.'nx. MILKS XASII4 CO. Sparkling Gelatirip, Preserved Quinces, to animals
- J# EW STORE-ItCU' GHODii. Fatcntra can be taken througii with ccitainty, Fe1.ruary2t.l856. 8 FUvorinc ExtrneU, ,
: : Ames & Lively, *cctuit\. nuLl with cun.fiirt. Yeast Powders, Tamarinds, subject to Worms.
Olives Spices,
a' received the following, urge and well WEBER DANNHEIMER, OEO.D.FISHKR.Propiiet India Rubber Belting. Spanish PK-kles.
HAVEjnst Corn Starch. The LIVER PILLS for
p assortment of BRUSHES, which are MERCHANT TAILOES3 r and Contractor. : SUPPLY of India I Rubber Deltins.f.f Worcestershire 5-auce, Salad Oil, ,
: offered for sale on as reasonable terms as can be afforded May 9, '57. 19-tf ALAROE
and four warranted
ply. fully equal English Mustard, Capers, the of LIVER
in any Southern Market, fir! : AND DEALEUS IX Leather and iu fact con-M- ,. -
P7 BT BOKAW'S.LIVERY to 75 p r cent cheaper ; Claret, C coa,
-.-. h Paint Brushes, ground from D to 000000, READ Y-MADL CLOTIIIXGGENTLEMENS1 ored by tlmSe who Lave tried them nupeiior tb Leather AMES 4 LIVELY.

. r do do do Copperbound from No. 1 to 6, AD Mfl SUP TAEtErI.ullrA. All! -ize., from i to 14 Inches wide, constantly Jannaiy 3, I8C. | all BILIOUS DE
. White Wash Brushes, of all grades and sizes, fund D. LADD.
Widow do Htirre do FURNISHING' GOODS, : on ; 1s Ist; ; 4I : RANGEMENTS SICK HEADACHE '
Shoe do in pairs and with top knoU.Be --- ; r ij[ ii j I'i-i.pneti-r'voiilil in- N..wio.94-t : Livervand Sale Stable -.

Root Bath Brashes foim Lin tiii-ml? nn 9"FIE SUI3'SCRIIJEES tre rinw ncni. at I II Property 'HE undersized gives notice &C.
do do .Velvet do. 2 < that he h.ir>-l>i.iit his.l ; f
the Sto'e neit to )Itti. G. .1. M&gitinian fullnv. that he has pnr
; Horse H& r Feh! do curved and paia! a wt-ll slctcd Stack tf Fall artdViuter l large Hiick Stalilt nt the nld i-t.iiid. 111111 l i uovprtparvil I'MIE iindTl.jnd di'STibed offers .it knowr.private atbi'.Tnnii sale the i< Lots, S chafed tli' Livery Stable of, _ Purchasers will please
Tooth Hair and Ifnil Brushes in vsiitty, to acco'iiinod.ili- fri n-'s and ctomer8 ;; property
great inTs-J.s!! with the :
Goods suitable fur William H N>wom together
LftsNn 3. 25. 27.! :i' 48. 1 10. 1-11. 112. 143, ; ,
viz :
Infant' do do I lie also l..a t-i.'lj.-l; I to hi- tU.ihlc rojl HI ..ckmith
; ; a i : and t'iat he i is be
good! will of the csta'ili'hmuit.! now particular to ask for
Horse do Flob Gloves. GL'XTLEML'yS' WEAK.snnsistsntj Shop, wln'rv he will have li.ivtd<.nr! all kind" ofPlanUition I 144. 2I. 227. 2?..>. 23'..240. 41 212.21.1,241 245, hicircs all its branfLr*
. I 2J1'*. 216, 25r'. 252, _'5.5. 251, 25I. 237. 25S! 26?, all prej'ar'-d to carrr ('tb i the in ,
Wire bound Stencil Brush, in pars of Piench and Er.slish Clotln. Cs.tsimeres woik. hl.re fho(- :nr. nu 1 C.irmirowork in > I I l accommodation
and the pl Iic with do do marking do and testing* cf the latest style and btst quality. the very hot manner nnd with firomptu fs anrl !us. :n the oii.j'n.il! plan of the city of Tillahaeee.YLSO : in his pniniies line on reasonable terni jj

lion bound Roof do which they r.re prepared to mikiup to onler! ina patch. KICIIAIJD SAUNDER3.Sep. .

: Bi.ndleScrib do woikni like and t-i iiK manner aud on UEAbO.NABLE November 5. _1 P.3._ -14 Lois NOB. 1, 2. 3, 4, f, 6, 7, in S. Comity; qr. 6,1S5C 26 : VERMIFUGE and
. Poonah and Lackerr do TEKMS. AUo. a <><-l flSCrttliCflt "f nnd
' Carriages, Buggies; Harness, -ALSO- LIVER PILLS
Guilders tips and Giaining Combs, EEADY-MADE CLOTHINrr, prepared by
Camera Hair and Ridger Blenders, For Sale l>v P, H. Rrokaw.F. L-1* N n. 4. 12. 10. 15, 16. 22, 25, 89, -10, 48, Clf. Notice.SIX .
isiiin ( f Fine I'.lack and Col-ned ClotU Frock in tin1 South J \
i: : J s
do do Pencils Coats: Ca-Minere. I5u.-iiK-s ('.at5. Black and v r Sijb .riil r bias just i poi v* d avery Cd'nty: qumUr. months nfffr dnte the nndtrsi ppd, eieettor

.. Hat Sharing Brushes do -Badger, Buffalo and Bristle, Col >reu, Fancy Italians and Ovei Coats. P;l. ck ami Fanc\ C'.' __ .;'sy- j lutr'1 S':PI'lY of Cnrii; >,'( s. to Tie(?ot. above I'riiwn.df Fir< 'i'l'-d fi ti.r propei if: ty.rn-tti'rI furricily: and belonsjed t'rm, ._ f th1 estate of Thomas Iteynold. deceased, !as (yXtmina S
r-skin and Ca-ineie l'bts. Figured Grt-nailiLe Pt1.rrs.! and irarni"<. winch he ofwts: I ofLon county will pr sent 1i'e final nccouiits anivotithprs J -
: Together with a large lot of Paints ani Painters Materials. I Jt wl.H.h will lie hiIrd. apply tu A. Perry malar, F.-q, of said
and Silk and Caseimere Vits. for dle on the ni''t reasonable tcimc. to the lion.Jo-tee county
Attoinev nt Law, Tulnhis-! PittSburgh
4NOT. I -
November 18. 1 1854. -Ifi and ak to be *!icli.irc'"l.JESSE ;
ODe Until gold the above lie for iut.. Pa and take
MILES NASH A. propeltv win no
and tie, sliiiH. meilao, s.lk and C'jttou unJir t-Liit*, Icis in Drugs, Medicines, &c 16 1S36. 7tfNotice
February other there various
toq'MIE coll.iii gloves, &c. as are
MK.S ,
received from Ni-w ('rk bark U. II. Onm- ,
firm of BROKAW A The sabscribers are nrv brilancr3 nnd not fnilrc- TUST per
. p n. irner.il : <->itin.'rit of iirticlc* I in our line, I --
I IX M.'iifh after htp. I shall Lard accot.nts other
FITTS having U-cn dis1-j ly unknown to the] ootr.mu'.iity% and! tl.ty ple'l ethermelvcs present my preparations now
; ; ), a Oi's: .f iltnt lin.J, Ri:,Iiini.r Fh.i ,
f-vory i I ond voiu'l.erp, to t'C* ll Judzt-of ProI
-n. I
JL ved, aiQ'iersisjned notifies his \/ t<> give 6ti f-o'iivii to all wb-j favor
iuay \V Lite Lad, Zu.c Iuil I otln-r i> 'ii.ts. lVin.l.'w Gl'jof 0 IX Monti, old customers and the public that he has them wile their I, lte. of .1.Tr''n! C'lnntv, as: ad.rinilrit with the before the
. generally patiunage. Lt.itc of f Jo l.i'c i-f JtfTeron'i'ity public
: mad with D. C. Wilson, by which hetaktt J. WKBKIJ b<-st quiluy, I'utt V. Rru-l" Pct.i-h.l ) So-hi. Spa rk'inz IVtJ;iia n 'uoti : Will annexed of the K.-taJe: <>f Mary S.Uoiiqtdl lat purporting
arrangements Gelatm.I> of ,I.i I d1 a-cd d nk fur a discharge from
'-. raof the hop formerly occupied by him, under the I... DA \HLIMIR.Hcpt. : I i fi-r; nioil'i-in:tl I pin )I'*( Spii--#. IVpp r l.eni'.n w'nip.. ; :and apply to ti! <- Horn rablo; 1 !i.>tri-i J. (Cl.rtJu l ti., r adnIiint county ra T:<.'i. to be Vermifuge

26. 18';. S.Mf Liks. ( "iiii'itIVrn' ijii lii.ik. I'luid I H\tnrt H'lrliti, < t I Pn btU, of ill Co'iif fl Pmbate) *f .-a'diiii'T' JOSHUA: TAYLOR, Admfr, &c.N4s' .
H B. Fitts & Co for.i .li-cl-ai .' ftom furthi-r !iiini-trati f the said and Liver Pills. All
"' itf.i ili\: ,tii! :a rn-ral at-oitnitnt of Pcjv.Lr! !: P.-.tfrt; ; a < I. i :. 4-tra
Medic nci. iTe( k. n'iMbut the Lc-t and i estit". SAUAil: A .'OI1NSOS'!
and M now prepared to execute all work done in A. B. CLARKE hope to merit VOLT i.itrunage.ep vciy Montii-ct'o, Nov. 7. 1S07. -Jo-Cm others in comparison

their line of business, viz: MILrS NASH, ,t CO. -- Sea Island Cotton Gins ,

Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Repairing IS now receiving his Fall and Winter Stack nt March 20. lfl 18WAKULMIRON 78,000 Havana Segars, \ FEW of LA LIS nnniovEit PATENT with Dr. MCLANE'S, are
Goods suitable lor
Carriages and Bug 1\. C01TOH GIXS fur sale
r ISLAND 1 ?
O WORKS i!). fi lo\viti'j! favorite? brnndn-w in -creIGU'IO by
- Plantation work f I ; .1 l' 'i-> OF suh.criIer-dehiverable at Tallahasee New xvorthless.
gics, of ? 'Ni -tl.! the or
ti.it Jj J'J '-/ j w r 1i j-+ rl } an t f.r by ATl J> V tA \ X I-V.
description :NewIcrt: '1zt. :-'::4V.. Ateriea port. Prie> 12.1.
. every -! I1a. ,
Irons and consisting in1 part of French and Lnirli-h! Cl' tl C.i'i i imeree : r'o l The GINS hiv ffiven great satisfaction to all The GENUINE McLane'sVcrmifuge

MSI repairing same, Ironing Wagons and V''stints of all coloi*. oud 1.1 theUst oaal This EstaMisLcicat: is \cw Under!: Full Blast.SIXCEtho O'lfui.I i-i:| Mi'srl-ic Neva Lf.rilrei who hiiv )heretohrs Ii.i'd them.McNAUGUT.

and Carts, ity, which he is prepared to nuirifacturc to order on OP.MOm and Liver
; .q Eugcnt,
ad in fact other discriptiou of work made of the most aonable terms and H the int< 8, 1S57. 32
every death of Mr. Pond, Mr. Too. S. KING ff1011' La P-I.-tas Newport August

Ireo and SteaL all of which we TFAKIAM-, and pledge I FASHIONABLE MANNER, ,!ri.ige; Sll t t'>.i iiiunic.itu>!.<>, I hc14"ltsI e 4(. 0 oh : Pills can now be had at

tmelres to execute at the shortest notice. rd.it ive to work etc., honld b<- aIda '"< to l.i-n. 2' Oi> Mori Muris10ffiO Notice

H. B. FITTS. T'jjjel'h'Jr with a general a"rtiit'rzt of I All v\oik (connntj uru.'ir! the hwid <>f tl.is !l''ine: i l.a. F.nourita, I all respectable Drug
of the
Moiths after d.itp. I shall n ex cctor
Feb.14,187. 1-ly KEADY-MADt: CLOTHING, will b>* | K'Uipth', ineih.a.ic.ilh tuid ni-atly txiciKeht j-iL) Ai.h-sl P1 SIX (- i-f Charles T. J Srret.n. lute of JenVr-

that will cwr-nre favorably Tith any -t cTc r' Cloth. : m 3ii .J<.i\ie a ciaij'! as j'lice
Notice. iuic over xhi'd' for iie in this cit\ r- i.-'is'inj /f -. 7t.DO' El lie Oiiof, oorn's. and rpplr to the Hon. Ju.:e of Probate of
Tli!- K-tiljl-liv.Hiit! ij not kept I i. > f r tlu- 12i,>0i) Ilcy.ili.t L..inJr3 FLEMING- BRO'S
ri HE undersigned has made zrrsnemeots *ith II Fine Blatk r.nl C.li -d l Cloth ami Fn-c-k l'iat ] j-trpo-c : sii I county, lr a discharge Jroci further aJ.'iiinutati ,
Fancv Ca.-n and ik.vtr Futk t'' lisii.! :f in.-ki'i iiioiifx. (''r.in c t tI> -LIV.) B? '!,-.ir i"sI:4l.t i: I 2uf' i ii.c'-a.:
JL B. Fitts to take of his Blacksmith I : e'e a: .n of suicl catAT--.
charge Shopand 60 WOOD ST. PITTSBURGH PA.
Coat. I -xi I u ieI.- i. I'c'ni-ir Ir t--'i' tu in >. it cannot !1.- sand*, and solicits, for the new firm, tke pa ronag CHARLES T. J. SI.Vfir.LTON.
thirriii; 01: it tliLiaiicli cit! >>u>iuF-but fr the
B'ack an.l cal.-.ieJ C'olh: Beaver I Pilot OvtrSa Sole Proprietor
of his oM cmtomers. D. WJLsON. ?ti< Qualified Ext'r.
-k l bi nufit of tl.fc unf"itii.t", \ < tsnrt-.nts,
Feb. 14. 18.57. 7 l lla laiiti Black red Fancy Doejiin mid: Ccsiimtre1'anfs ci.'itiin:i ti.h !Iiko. tiiit p.ii*. i DENTISTRY.DR. Nor. 23, 1S57. 4StznNotice. j SCO VILA MEAD Or1eans,

TNAINSUBANCE Ths'tttfiin, $!ock, Jfiii'liitirri/..t'x. dc., being T. J. CUR LEE, Gec'rilhi.lesle No. Il1.ChartrsSt.NeW for the Southern State<,t
Best firi-nadiDO, Barathea S.itin 21 u2 2 Cloth \Vsl Lffc. in Ortlcr, and (jowl C'tlilirin_ \ wgei.t
1-I lII. cniiti'iu', in future, the bom nil or.Jers! must be adtlrewed.
; CONPANY Fanf-v Velvet, Ca-timtie, Silk anJ] Cafehmero do., J<>1* can be Tiirttnl Out ir'th >u of DF.NTtS1'ltV. H Smith prnct ; ,.. 4 LL person having eirr.tds avainst the estate clZ i Sold bv Ames A Lively. H Bernard. Jr, IIU*

. Whit'e Silk do., !:'taitcxi ami Ilfjmi.-h. I G"r2ia. nilI 1 V-l !i't an 1 Hist: Fl'1111.1.hf V Davi I H Hart, deceased late of -iTtrson Nah &'Co., Tailahise.. Fla.: J. S. M. Datiwn

I OF 1L4 1?TFORI). Gents Shawl-, DrecilZ: Il-bic. Fine Shiik t >, Silk. Shnii jI'. I Puilie l'iItIl.r iJoxfs, II.:n c'l'C' f"rbLaftin (- I.a' hat l --vi-ml y.ir* f-r.ifficnl fTpcrif-iict' in the County, arc notlav-d tr .rrnt them to the nndersipned j Quincy ; Oartne& Mi'.K Newr rt ; V. T. Cirpeo
Cotton and Mt-rin-i Under sh'rts. (! W.it 1 S :-ii.'inini-trators. will !. tl time pn cribed by law,or lladison
Spur 'nI. am 1'iiw | fc
I a. r an pr fr."ioII. the lat tbu-e of which I Ins been i i'l th'-te' ter tC<', \Vattlcet-nah ; iliirlj < Pt-pe.
; Incorporated in IS19._Charter Perpetual. Canto Flaiioei and Jt-ai.; D.aweis. :ju.p ('. cl ? ti.vj i"k>'. (!r.tc I?.!'*. l"IIiW t-i'i.r": ( -..olioKH ol iMiintry.; Iin v/oik is <>t t the most beautiful they v. ill he barred ; a'i-1) all indebted are reqn
-AJ1S'O-- St 'ir i U-ll.: rdu.ilu ai: 1 U|:imetir and sr.'af.icliou is guaraut.p.l to make payment immedhtMr. Rogers Ca, ChattahtH-ehee; B.dtzell 4 'Widir _

: CASH CAPJ'VAL-S ,oooooo., Gii"t I j ?. Mll;! C.erir. CiriMilnr :'tut! Uj.ri Iit Snv. it'-.. 4 .I in every in'tati<- -. STIUING B. hART. ? Aoir"." I ITHEOPHILUS on, Manannn ; ic1iho.n it Zeyler, Eainbridge.Gm -
A {'fnernl npsrtrnerit tIf F.iii.'y an-1 L'.irk: ;Iik; nnJ A'-. CJrt-i; riilv 5,. I llui"! ..! Sl..rtNotion. HART, j j E.SeixasThoffi&57iU'
if 'ii
< pt "n 'T ? iir All c nniii.iii<'ali"L8r..t to MoritAtiio; PTa., will 1). II. Dickinson, Cambridge ;
UHBUfcB AGAINST LOSS A' Satin Stocks. T.esni-l: Ci a vr.t C'oll.iig. c.hIr.fl ai.d f. th \Vai.iV Den. 10. 1S57. 61-8w J JNotice S
;Q DAMAGE BT TIES, : In F.iII I -if i i- tI.s hlii- -ill r rc<-.lYe nttrtitioii i 4IY in asK pi eYi'U. egIelxent.Whl ; Ga.
OR1EEMS ADAPTED TO THE HAZAED, white Kid and teilK l l
: iSD COXViSTEXT WITH THE LAWS d I : IIandkercLi, Brown oni 1 Fancy (Jotto-i, Li'.J-> d 1 tIi-! I'-t.ibiiihiii'nt to he crwted! .LSmo I.si vio1V
. c
OF COMPENSATION. ruI4-ii. Ct1F4 K r K ii r. r c K s : ndminis-
Months after date, the nixlersigjiad,
Thread and Maiiiio i Ilo.e, I the s.inxr.->f ni'jl >rrp t 7* Tittrif'rfD'J can SIX
B. C. LEWIS, Agent. BUY- Oov. M S. P.-CRY. Fiori.la.Hrvv. of t'-? estate Cf Mary A. luzeau deceastd. [ TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA,
ri-'v < n ha\in: work d.n. at I lieWAKL'LLA
.., For Tallahasse! jd vicinity. October 16. 1856. 42 .1. L. ?':w \P.I>, ) lute <>f Leon county, will present hw final accounts aid
I in
August 16. 1857. 33 IKUX WOIiKS. Iln.v. I P. i l. I.ovi., )7. Tbon.asyI.le. Ga. uchtifc to the Hoic-rai>l Judcr? of Probate of ,aid Wholesale and Retail Dealers

Insolvent Estate Notice 1hii.V.. <. DlLWoKTII, .. Mo.itueeito ., couii'v, m.d ask t'> b- Itehari--l. )i DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
- From New York liii' H'-rc Cnmcf ilic ni Iaiporhr.it Thing. lII %. L. hIuLroN. i-ia. THOMAS J. PEIiKINS, AdmtV. Svrical Ir.streniJa!*.
Perfumery, ycstuff
persons Loving claims a -4ii--t tLest..te .f lioN. J. C. McffiCor. I July 25. 1557. 30-Crn S
.. PER BRIG iIIiVGTox." ALL M. Willian.p, late of I.f OH -.a.iitv, (!e- PAY PAY PAY .. C. t.- P.PL. j. .'IiII500. t La. Spices, Snuff Windows Jlaw. Paints,

. ceased are licrby n. tifie.l t' apjfar :md file! tl:c ( ; !. M. '.rit' : SMITH. Al i"ator, Fla. Tallahassee Sash and Blind Oils, Vanishes Putty Manufactured Tobateo,
CIBUSUED Sugar OnionKio -, Y'n: will rt-n-l II N, \\ Voih. i'l.il.nM I lp'a! :nI: 1.4- and Glass Ware. Patent Medicine*. '
with theJii'l eof I'robate fif Lon
- '_) Loaf Coffee, same c.'urUr on tinioif. an'! h'iv' \\oik, ;1 i-ni. win: >n>t 1 .r :a ii.ointiitdriMnin Aptii J, oV. 17 cDi __ Fine Soaps., Fine Tooth, Per Wine and Brandies
.. or before the fift'j'ilay < f July, 1S58, fir pavinc-nt

pro '
Powdered Java 'It f c-u-d.t. but litre .it home.vli.nII t I -re n'i'! and Hair Brushes, fv>r 31-dicinalpuipo w,
- Bee Hive Syrup, Starch, I rata, the executor of piid etztte having filed a wnttincuggestion no JJ.iiiks or (iJitiiv i ,1-4: f.K illtii-f, ii.- ntrpHi.T|ii iLil, ;.'.ti FULTON FOUNDRY r|'IIE under.i"r.rd adapts thia method informing Faint Brushes, Fancy Articles.

Dried Apples, Koap of its ii.eolvcucv. \iaiit 1, :2, : 4 and 5 }-ar-i ci,-'IiI'. und thii r<-qrjlie L. the! p-.ln\ th.it \lu'> luau reconiiiiti.eed the above Harden Seeds Fine Havana Separ

.. E e., Pepper, D. W. GWVNN", to ric'c'! troui Od tu Soil(4 I niilvs 1r j
-' White Beans,. Gin-er, l-6rn Judge. of Probate.Jan. : nltimattlj 1 .::- ,.;', from ]') tu 25 pi-r ceiil of rr HE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the 1b1.-:14eJ l to receive the patron uje of hi frionds. Shop >{every variety of article usually kept by

Fulton Market Beef Alspice, 1 2. 1857. amount in ci'liictiii I I.< this ri.. htt Is tins cncouragihg I JL public that they bave-nsoociatcd tbemielve in i ibusiuebs at the Ila'-l Road' Depot. I. "W. DOWELdareb druggists. Planters and PbyskiaT.s Trill always Lad

F 8aleratu, Sweet Oil, Sheriff Sale! 7BY Ilnui'i Indu tix ? If so, can you be surprued under the name anti Style of i 7. 57. 10EXECUTOR'S lit this eaiftlflitthtuent a full spjjlj- everjlhiir; B..t
Candles that it dies not thrive ? V
Soda Sperm fled, and on. tbVnioitt liMrarUfnv
PotAsh, Adamantine Candles, virtue of a writ of f fieri facias, issued fmm the Arran i-nn-iits iunt i't> nii l* for payment befoie lardy, Baya & Co, j NOTICE. Carders from the Country pronapljofilled and satiatie t

Haccarout, Green Pea*, Clerk'* office of Leon Cir'-nit Couit, \iheiein I di-liu-iy of work ihiou li M>m > J Hoii=o in tins pl.vw for the purpose of fhIowig; tie trade i.f Found' rs nod pursuance ota:i order of the lion. J. WayTes lion guarantee J, with rfffurd Loth. prices and qnklit

. Mace. Asparagus, Julia Feiirwl l >s planritT nnl Noah ilrE'vy: Jnnir-a L. ht. ll.u l.s, < r TuilaLaaMt:-that ii f.ir eiiou !h fiom y "biu>t*. and are prepircii to xecute nil kinds of| i IN JIH'SC' of the Circuit C'>urt of the Middle t Puysiciap's prescript e are full) compounded.Alo. .

Pickles assorted, Tornat. Psge and Fract. H F lag ? are defendant*. I bavp '. ll.'IUO. win;k hppfrtainin to this bu-ines'(. Steam ftisnvsfurmshfil : Circuit Florida the nnlerineel:: Eiecutor of the Kppiriir' con.pecr.J fluid Extract of-Bcciu

Y ast Powder, Current Jelly, levied uxin and will < xpie f.-r ?alp, lefnpth.? You rn-iy be g
Matches, Lobtters.ALSO Court-bouse door in tiiC; ''ity of Talltlii..e. within : InrJ earnings in tlrs Dipartnirut. -"ilts, when I Ii Sugar Mills and C.u-tinics of nil kiml n-ndc with deceased, will sell the following real estate at public!

. legal hours. on the iirtt Monday in February. 185S, I.ilxir i* Me'lited! out. pnrti'. tr\ hard to ,in.ike thcrnhtl.'cs neatness ami d! Tie E S W bvl.cie is not half June, [,tctise they uw. all kinds of and I Enf iiw '
of Feb
'A assortment of Teas the folio wiiigd - general 4, the N E J of the X W 4 mi.] N E i, See. i. Towneliip I for it. nro al"> sole ajnt! -, for Hoard ,t P< ns Steam En incn I I II mary next to:wit : The N E J and the E J of the \TfELCU t GRIFFITH'S, anti HOE A C0'3T

-AL8 OAn 2 South, Ilanzc 1 Eact levied upon a j.t.T: "tperty DAM1IL LADD.P.r I fur Ginning C.t tti>n, Grinding; and Sa\\i-i nrd HurlUun's I S :E + of Sn-lon! 2-J. it Township 1, Range, 2. Nand f Ciicutar Saw, fri ra12 to 34 indies size, COBstnntlv -

extensive assortment cf aeeoite! CANDY. of Noah McElvy and containing! : 218 SiW( New h.y] H, 1S57. 23 Grist Mills for steam ir horse pow.-r. E. .111.1 5 the W J of the N W J Section 10.in Township for sale at a co _mission on rasnnfaetnrer'Iprices.

. For aale by P.. H. BERRY. acses, ir.oie or lcs. Also' tic Si* i'j S E J of Sec. JOSEPH CARDY, 1, Kancf 3, N and E, contaiiiu? S20 acres more by D. LADD.

Sept. 26,1657. 39Caution 35, S W i of i->c. 2C, T. 1 South, K. 1 East, anl theN The Original Extra Quality WILLIAM MAYA, 01 le-s, all lying and bein iu the Conntv of Leon Newport, December 20, 1836. 81

.. W J of the N K: J and N F. i of S W J of Stc. 2, JOHN CARDY. nnd Suite of'Florida, JESSE . I T. 2 feouth. R. 1 East, letied upon us the properly COKN :hTAU II.IJUrPAHKD May 30. '57. 22-IvIn 19, 1857. M I Burning Fluid

of Jamesi lj.. llfll containing :20 PlIi1i' Le Crf-am.
Page nfr-? nie trl F ..tpreC';7 f"r
. ALL persons*t trading are berth for two! notified promissory and NOTES cautioned of
. according to law. IJ. SAUNDKKS, slutiff. AMES A LIVKLY.!
hand, one for seven hundred dollm, tin otht-r for Jan. 2. 1868. 15wQUININE tc. Itn-iMwd fiehs by Sinikins, Trustee, As. "\ npIIE un Ie? igned six months aHcr date, is HI prej j S January 31/lS7. S ft
dollars sometime about th. 1st 0<-t. 1, l87. 42 1
eiebt hundred given In Cli..iicrrv.Tlw .
. JL sent tit Hon.( Jiu.ire of Probate of Lean Cor.nty, [ ----
..I January. 1857, payable to Win. Wool or bearer In the Circuit Court rf ,''te MiJ'lIc Circuit of h.-irs of Abram Molt, j( Bill for rchi f. their final! accounts of the estate of Alfred M. Gatlio, | Cod Liver Oil.- : .
or to Win. Wooten or bearer, one of them doe the Au tMit Mnthei", et 'ii. J deceased, and ask for a dUchurga from the adu>iuistiation -
.- first f Jaounry, 1 853, and the other due January TUST received 600 OUNCES ulpltl Q tifu inc. > Florida. "FT nppi-irinw I" the sati fnction of this Cocrt. tint of said estate. .i T'RESfl A PURE of the celebrated "Brands"'gunanCUifk4Co JU.S

JC59 Tbc onideration forwliich these raiJ Notes Farr Britltl, lojji-ther with a great vaiiety" Enoch II. Forbes, find his u ife, Susan -" ,. 1 AtU3tU3 Mothers, one uf the DefendnnU in the SARAH A. BETTON..E tr'x. ,' .RiilitrDX ., "

wer* givtn. baling utterly failed. We are deter- of purr CtI8Icai.) AMES i LIVELY. Catlianiitf ForU-s, nk\e eiititu-.! cause, reildcs bojrond the limits of th, TURBUTT K. BETTOX. ExtV. TOT sale by AMES A UVILTApril5mfi.v
niaed Dot to pay them unless compelled hv law. August, 1657. 32Taylor's ,. 14 .
. 5. Miullo Circuit, to rit : m tho KaKcrn Circuit: // torJfrci in ri ;ht of his wife. __ __ S
JOHN BRADEN. William C.Sntindeis Exrcutor, and' ?. That fad Auctie,: Muthi-ra appear and an- I 3CtnNotice '

His Cotton Gins. l-t IIr IV llocc, Exi-fi-tiix.: I uf tl.1 j In Leon O'UflI I .*w cr the bill filed iu this caut-c cu <" before the first 1pt.t16.IRt.7 Infdta KfefcfcerPaclufig.:

. CLARKSEYx BRADEN, have Imnd (!ins .f 45 i Saws l *t Will uinl! Ttrt.iniftit < f Jovjy Ju CLnnlili ) text othcrwisd 'UiplaiII:1Ct'shh
mark. \\r on < 40, nn 60( Monday in Felutiary INDIA Rubber,Packing,etmil-tbieknease*.from *
MilUr.riit! l, Wiliiani
find deliver tin-in either litre at Ncw- ( -<-< rerj. H! will be tnltn fotifcbfoj caici ihAndau's -
IT can or ns agaivft JL hand D.'LADD
: Moolkello. Dee. 3:). 1857.; [Jan., 1858. 2-4t Jnn ililli 16 to i inch, constantly on
C.yacnilois. Jo-
r I cTx or.tli8 after date the undersigned ad-
. poit at fi6U per Saw, payable January next. : Pi iifiili tThit. tlii< order be pulilUhi d once we OcUl8t1856.- .43
pph Miller. D.initl MiCuult-y, of tIe Estate of J. hn Smith. dc] Xewport.
: A i. g o n wct-k for tho t-pacc of two months lree1ifl! the k_) flitflIStiPttt-i1
; Notice Tlninia) f'-irk. iii-il l.N wif.-.M.ir- Hull- Day in February next in some pub- censed late vf G.xNden Cohnly. will present our final
f. Brown's Wanhiiig ilacLim-n 'mn J<* at Columbus tha C. Obi k mj Jol-i, Miller.IT newspaper Hotice.STATR
and : to the lion. Judije o: Probate Insolvent Estate .
; weeks after date the undersigned will apply li-ln-d in the ('iI) of Tallnhntsee. accounts vouciifis: ,
-. SIX: the Judge of Probate of Leon county for let- Georgia. HOPKINS A MEGIXSIdS, Agents appeasing to the s.itiefaction i.f'lie' Couit by uffidivtt Done and( onli'ifd at CIIAVBES.S, thi 25th Novem of said count v nnd ask to be! iecharged.! FLORIDA: S
;,4, : ten of admiatitrat on. do bonis non, on uie EetAte of August 8. 1857._ag [Sent. copy."t I ; m-ide! ami fi'fd' in this! cause, that Win. her 1?.'>7. J. WAYLEd BAXEI1, Juj-e.! THOMAS R &;IITP, Adintrs. OF COUNTY,

p-. Vm. R. Ryon. deeea crh Jlilr! DiiiiielMcCuuloy Dec. 5. 1857. 4-t.in JOHN H.SMITH. JEFFERSON ,

_t Jan. 9, 1858. 2-6w and Jolm Miller Dtfitulatitx, in (he Bill Quincy, Nov. 21, 1857. 47-6ra" D. REICUEUT, adoifauUator; ; of the csUk
fffSACKS Liverpool Salt, to anive per filed in ihe ubo\n stati-d ra'icr, ic'L.e' I ICS i rid thfjuit S JOHN rlc liurjidorflU late of Jefferson eonnty.

Florida JLUUU Sclr. HMIIV I"t.tt.McNAUGHT; ilktion of tliii Court nnd l coinl lie I limit of tin- In Chancery deceased, baa filed In the Probate office of Jeffersrncoontv
r ORMGN & COD State of Florida but \\itl.in the llintt-d Stat. > : I H t nth I Abir.hnm K. Allison, Madison Circuit Court \vritteu au-jgestlon tliat lie beHete the si-

,,, .- / in 6 volume .c. 19. 1857. 51Administrator's i <- onVidl. tInt snM I-1cn.anI.! iIlitni C. rs. Cannon U. Shipp. Administrator of tate of Charles Burplvrff. to bo insolvent Thereupon -

\J. McDOUGALL SCCharleston.HOBBY. iaundeiH, Ji.iiug Miller Jofrph MilUr, Ihir.iul Me'! \V'lhI1M1fl H. Grn-.n nnd John G. Smith, In Gads- Cannon H. Shipp, dec'd., Comp't., notice ia Jierebj given to all persons h* mgel ijn*
t.- ; &pt.LI8'1.. Notice C.iulcy, iiinl J< Iin llnli-r.I ii|>pe.ir and nuv< r fiid A'lmiiiu-tiiiicM, ilcho.tis. pun of the den Circuit *'* acaint said estate to appear and fite'the. same with-

been admin- Bill (ill or bifoutliifinl l Moniluy m May nc-xi. 185 Estate of Cot;i(Hits Eiulih. dou'd, Court, Mill! ReJdin C. Shipp', Clarissa Win- the Judge of Probate, oiatd cwmtr; 'on OT .wn'
: or THE undersigned having nppriintrd uthcrwisu ii>*> Cumpluiimiits') Bill sh with the will nnucied. of the Estate of I Jogt-ph ,, <* iu h, die Ttituit gate, Willuim Smith and Molsey, In Chancer.hi the third day May
25tozbm1i c mHALr.HENRYJJ7LT77; deceased I Lacy Eiigli'li, f FlOfldLt.I wife, and their Descendants.Britton rata
Frederick gives notice
: |tKw,will t low for Chulecshould to all crcditorn Towllately, and eutitled lodistiibction. this onlcr be ptiblirbc-d in n leVpnper piinii-i'l I inTalikhnsAee. I Joshua EiiKlih. Elizabeth English, King anti Elizabeth his! I aweiigst the cveditursthertcl..whUh tunetba said

.AtdBd itf Xrttf bt offer. For freight engn emeuta ap> that their, legntf claims, nnd perwonii dcmrnds lithe Florida out c u wet k fur four ui I Ii.Hiry Engli-l: ). Jane. S. Ji hiiM>n.uiu wife, and their Defendants, DcI I Je.bo D. RsicbetL 'wilt apply kr LS1.

f- : *b- UeNAUGHT, ORilOND of sifter '
barred two
.z D. ii at expiration years pnm- Ordered, Cli.in.b.i?, tl.h 2'th! div of l-cVinbcr, William ) '" S THOMAS J. CHASE iidoPr4llte.AiGu35 .
of letters ofuduiiui&tintion uttleu exhibited within I LaMirfcr toff to the satisfaction of (he Court :
,, .--. hag A. D., 1F57. J. W YLF.8 BAKER Jndjyc. I : *' appeal bjafiidavit ; '
-- --:- '- S that period. f lan, 2. 185S. 1-1 inSeedEye 1 IT npr.i-aiiiig t4i the pritisfaction, of the Court by tiled la.tit*caita. nve of said DefnuliintB *

Rice, Eice And all ptrsons indebted to the said Fredrick ,. affidavit, made and filed in this cause, tliat Jo. are'rpndfnts'oftheSfcn"to i Florida, but :

*?[AtjJ TIERCES JllCE, 80 half tierces do.'S Towle. .r to the'late fiitn of Towle A Myerf, are and Oats eph Esiitlieli nnd L"ui-"n 5L.astfiigei'landIicr l-tibitnd, that the B'nid'RwJdin C.Sbifip roi.fes' in the State *ip ?

far ale to arrive pnftenry Null from CharMcNAUGIIT.ORMONDdCO. hereby required to make immediate payim-jil. Williain.'lji9'm *.'r>'d fciiflanu in tho nil fiVJjn the 0> Georji5n. the laid Clarissa Wingate. in the State

hc :: -_ Mr. Scum W. Myers, TalUhnesee, is nnthorisedto rF'LIE Sail eri ilt IKIVO ut )lt. D. C Witgii:, above stated curise, r sie! beyond the jwMiction of of North Carolina and i bat the residency of the said cf the erea Colla hiwJveiiweEttft''
L1LU57; : -,_ 81 act os my agent id receiving ootice>f claims, and -I Stnreiutbisptcs', lit a fcwd.iaabotaSEPlY th-s Court, nnd Wjtnd tho limits ol the State of Williarn and Mousy Smitlt nntl their Descendants, %- aodtU tki4MnitJ IUs that fl** }

paymrnta of money and for all other bu4"tsi connected RYE,5fl4f l two kirnt* f.? OATS,, fnente-the BLACK Florida, but witliiu the United States. It u therefore nnd Brittoo and Eluabeth Kig, and their JDesceifdnnts heir te arc And jhul.ZC's: Dtacb'Puoj

t : : Ltchfiiies.HALF with.my said administration. OATa fine heaty'tsrrtin ciiUivntefl l hen1 for n'liutuber ordered; That sold defendants? JWpb Rn Ihh. are unknown to thq Oomplalnant, but that according Spraga. Iu si1.s bf -' -

A A BBiSiLttebftn* Herring*,jusiTandedtod -- SIMON TOWLE. of tears, and the WHITE .WIIJTER OAT.lately fa Loui R Lutinger. and ler husbandyTiUwtn'Lastin- (< the best informaUuu !le can obtain they 'S W7LR k'DBfl1A-

:4U forwle, price,WO Ti U barret J&n.9,1858. !. troduced here from the Ma tituius of Virgitm. trw g. r, appear lo mid answer,'pleador! demur to said resides (if any of tijma Ihing) w iothe of the S 'Nov.-I4l8'i. 4& S

.. 4 McNAUGH?.OSMOND 4 00. latter s'weJ from the uirit3epLeniber,to the LiftentbNnveuiber Bill on or before the first Mnn-lny ia Mardi next, South Western States.; S

; De1IS1Z Notice I litve Ilttludonbt vourn make su ciior (1858.) otherwise the complainant' Bill 'shall e taken U i$ on motion ordered, that 'the .Defendants appear NoticeS

:, J; tiuter pature, t1knyti1ing I evi siw It is sow.Cd ns confessed1 iihisftHsia. Proid, Thai j\ pntl Answer the Comphiioanfa B*H. otherwise,
SIX'Monthi frr rn'Ui J first paMIeation of* this no. iu Virginia, nfler the wheat *e liutf ia thrt>a'liwiib. :, copy of thi* ord r b#"pbblitKed Jh iN4spa.sprin- tha aidbiIUhaUb taken i'roiesioJt fc further OIX Mouth ift r dAle-tb :iipdmi > *lftil!

:Pfirt We Torgfe, ncd a'dn nittrator of the Estate It upp ari U, be 'very' hardy, act' prr-dceefl ted io Tuh1atuusee..FI4-rde; rscea week jlc fcur'Moiitha. oidered.tbnt'acopy 'of tBi; ibe J poWiabed S LY ttirt.f I be'Ett' te cjfJ4ti4 ?tI 4eslasd.

Machine, Bo.iux MacLbe. of Robert Btorffef, 4eoeao.d.3siteof Leon county more blide thaa nny/srialli-tni>otl-7V'n; vd n r>nniy irill Hnt Iui1fft,

MORTICIUa. MetCtrttm, will present his final account and Touchers as said with I mif*i'j\rjnK !ciwf&r: vinlej grazing titead.t D., 1858. Ordc-i ed' nt ChambVrsCtl.U. 'iihsdayof Oo' JowrwU 'IV-u, and ordere t CSiamb r ;ihii 12lb tto tb* JV'K' bf Probat*of satyab4'' .'. I.

Com Sb ller telf tbntting pate Himrf Latch- adrnluistrator, and AKk J rl1i flischafge.; of Rye and iniiursuadeii will berutcb'L.it.'r.| tobcr, 1867. J. WAYLF-S BAKKl, day cf D oevnber, A. P, 18 5T: '-S be dWhtrgwU LEWIS D. JONAd5t.jjj.4j .

<* 4 I,* '" BUTLER A DENHAM.Vor. DANIEL D. 8TDHOES, AdmtV. J. W. DAUNI3Y.Doc. Judge of JliJdle Circuit J. \-XLE3 BAKER, Judge.

t U, HIT. A* Jan. 9, 1858. 2m 12, 185?. M

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