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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 30, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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BY ;JOKES & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE FLA. JANTJAltft 1858 : JOfk

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ltb. Meaup of the PrcsHeilt IB Relation to of neighboring States. who have never done OB Wts-The i Next Preriiencj 'new Constitutional Convention, -when .the .for T-rL 4We. s.the

rrtWIal the Arrest of GeL Walker. them harm. It Ira usurpation of the war Lec mpto i prog'ratnnn ,has been recognizedand !-HoUsw. 'Boetesby JL 'KT.Nes I'
the of which
time .
Notwithstanding length _:d .H.,% fe: ** J1t.*******
= making which belongs alone to Con encouraged by tbe'gqvernra'enl: at WsJaingtoOfc iq ;_
,
WAIHUCCTOW,;Jan. 7, 1858. power wfll necessarily elapse before the people will I .' .n 't Aa .
MILES NASH & CO gress ; and the Government itself, at least in from the beginning to the end of the 8T1 1 lJm .
In response to a call of the Senate, the be called upon to select I a Chief Magistratefor ied.r. 1f rl' I"
estimation! world becomes 'rit .u
the o'f f thti an ad- chapter ,
the Nation it is
DZALKXSBRUGS Il't President on the 7th inst., transmitted to that complice in the commission of this crime, discuss the chances, yet of distinguished not put of place to to It is a great mistake, also to suppose that, ud'm r. cVMt7i'Ds

body the correspondence in his in lien it'is mere Issue 'Bi. Marks,
possession this
PAIITt; unless it adopts all the means necessary to fill that position, and their prospects for rue as question.now stands a 3&-i.'

relation to the late arrest of Gen. Walker, prevent and punish it. It would! be far better ture dim between the Administration and Gov. Walker, C.L. 4 : .

MEDICINES, IS O.ILS attd accompanied it with the following and more in accordance with the bold in the promotion political,hOrizon as they brighten. or grow between. Senator Douglas and the Southern Cdt 8.'f.," ,..m.10.. .' C.1.,".a
and that perbale! If J' O1SO";
between this
for faction
and manly character ot our countrymen, fire-eaters, *
WOULD inform their friends and tbe public MESSAGE: the Government itself to get up such expeditions It is to be regretted which that tbe gallant Ddulaa #- /action, or'this f&rtfr end.(haf pLrtf for the do Upland, 24,703. !Jf'f.at1.4;
hand assortment oft uc has lost the fame d of' strict
e on a good course
In to the Senate the for **
submitting papers than allow them under Presidential lj The has perbsle j $$ $#
in their line of bostoew to to proceed devotion S CC 1n. .question ; \ a
and
trtielee u are generally kept integrity to principle has tron
Th.utern3 which they have called, I deem it proper to adv feeeli .with the .Cotton yarn 4tf bales,flf 35 par .
of
enlarged recognition
Mid wnitonearmgregnUrij fresh supplies. make observation,. the command of irresponsible ntt1rers.*-! for hlrtt Ut the South ,and which induced her slavery a *,'' ; Is"..1?* ,
few ; bate
.thill be reasonable.Tallahassee. We COuH tbeftj at least, exercise sfrne Control in the Leeompton Constitutioutoa question ; : ,!
to cast her vote for him for President '
April 9th 18B8- 14. In Capturing General Walker and his command over our own agents, and pr t'ertt thetrt f be backset he has in 56. Northern acquiescence in the.result or the. '.c ti 6110Sjf JeViTf .. ,: > >
received from his recent
:Hash after they bad landed Oti the toil of from burning down cities and committing submission of the Sooth to the 'preware,of aNdrtbCfB.nwjorift $40 per1bsIe- 'I'f
Miles H. the Kansas
Dr. I Nicaragua, Commodore Pdulding has, in my other acts oi enormity of which we have position render upon formidable Question will not < Arid asJt is manifest that CoUMI T f'ttidJ. ( wsp_ k ". t1 .
rrxi.1 mis raomaosAi.BKETICXS TO TEX CITIIZKB orTALLAHA8STB Committed It is hInt at the Sdtitbj its an '
error.
opinion, a gravg quite the' sdbmiision of the South, In this ease will! fJ. I'
Presidential
A3O 3VJRt7XDtJGOOUThT. evident from the communications read.The aspirant for honors, notwithstanding ;bit a1'
however avowed principle lies at the reduce that section of ,1 ,. .
which to mere dependency
a. .
'
with Dr. M.Naalammediately east of tbe he was her idol a few months since. : '';: J.f.va .
transmitted that this done from
herewith
OFFICE was foundation the law of is containedin the moAt 2. .
nations North safely anticipate
of. the we
ice.Kay may ,
The South is sensitive of her rights and .
,:
motive and in the baleit.$2d "
19 1855.MEDICAL. 10 pure and patriotic '< sincere the Divine command, that ail things determined Southern resistance! against all at- .De rSk nl,25 1.t
while she bows
with to those who
conviction that he was promoting the Interests whatsoever ye would that men should dt> Id gratitude tempts and all devices to set aside? the Le do loose, J60,25ci, .40
defend her vile
the '
NOTICE. and vindicating tbe honor of his country. do them." Tried this against abuses of Aboli. eon Fmc, 18 dot.,.$3"t :
you, ye even so to by compton titution. :
tionism she does
o In to Nicaragua, she has sustained not respect the false friend hides bates 20, $50. .J
regard ,
rule should South with safety Consent .
unerring we be severely condemned The cannot now I
Drs. Robertson & Bond no injury by the act of Commodore Paul-: who betrays her at the hour of dwgr dr for did of u t loose, 4,555;"$ I. '1\;'u1iLwft.'tf'p. '
if
shall the
we not use our best e er- the sake of selfish (to abandon .good principle adjusting .hr
were policy or i
pdtpises.Indiana .tlo
1
in tbr
HAVING funned copartnership prnctir tions to arrest such expeditions against our the slavery question in the of I,56O
ding.This
I proienioD. offer their serrices to the cit.iceDi ha enured to her benefit, and relieved feeble sister Republic of Nicaragua. One boasts of Hon. Jesse D. Bright new Slates, been admitted or provided for at per :" -. t! qni Y 'C '2& 8
and and his claims the He
TalUbiuMe anrrounding country. presents to party. is
her from a dreaded invasion. She alone is certain that existed same" since the of the federal do :Livo1 O.ak' OdQ '
J fy Office oTer the Store lately occupied by Bet thing very people never regarded as a pretty sound Northern man, the time adoption /"ta.r-u.rtOO
tooAHigf would have any right to complain of the violation who would call any other nation to a has constitution. On the other hand,the crisisis 50, -.- _
and sufficient fill duties
Feb. 28. '57 ,-tf of her territory; and it is quite certain stricter account than we should ourselves, ability to the of altogether unfavorable for any attempt to Oil, Rosin, 1,252.1t"1. tlO. is* 0

she will never exercise this right. It unquestionably for tolerating lawless from their the. high position. He will be sustained by the South into submission. Years Pad*, c dar, 68 doz., $U 50, ,* 232, 50
expeditions
coerce ago '
i. E. BARNARD Jr. does not lie in the mouth of her invaders shores to make war upon any portion of our the the West and will Convention.be favorably lIon.mentioned in the religious bonds which had united the Rosin 5,984 bbls., ei. ; 15M; -

WILL COXTXXVB THB to complain in her name that she has territol ies. nominating J. Glancey North and South in holy communion in the Rope cutting', 34 bales, $30,. EO20; .
Com. Jones, of Penn., is well spoken of. He is bbl.. 815h' ':!' ,4iO
been rescued by Paulding from their Synsp, 18 ,
DUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS By tolerating such expeditions, we shall the confidence of the conservativemen great Protestant cborches'orthe confederacywere .
assaults. The error of this gallant officer lose enjoying To acc-I leaf;cured, 1l74cse.,; *; .
soon the high character which we have broken asunder. Since that day the old
BIGS "
t1r AT THE OLD tTAlCD of the North, and stands well at the
consists in exceeding his instructions, and enjoYed ever since the days of Washington, social relations of fraternity and harmony. $60, .: :, #t 70,440.Turpentine .
Sooth.
favorite Mr. Breck-
L Kentucky's son "t
,
landing his sailors and marines in Nicaragua, spirit., 1,808 ,1% ,
for the faithful performance of our international inridge, has warm admirers both North and which once existed between the two sections : ., ,
OF TUE MOKTAB, whether with or without her consent, for the $15 'id"l"I. 20
and duties distrust into sectional hates and
obligations and inspire South. At .the time he is have been changed *
present perhapsthe I Cr'cooe 137 bblsl: $2 80 342 I d
of making war military ,
purpose upon any against us among the members of the prejudices, and organizations of a sectional
force whatever which he might find in the most prominent candidate befpre the par Tar, bbl,., 174. $. >'-td. ace '1
0on>tr of Clinton and Monroe Btt..ta,Tallahassee.EDICAL great family of civilized nations. His escutcheon is cbararter, social, religious, literary and politi. '
t n.1856. I no matter from whence they came. ty. political yet untarn. Turkeys, 34 doz., >12, .- 1408.
January country But if motives of duty were not sufficientto ished and He will make able cal) including sectional churches, sectional /

NOTICE. This power certainly dd: not belong to him. restrain us from engaging in such lawless and a worthy unspotted.Piesident. He is still an schools] sectional books, Southern committees I Wool, 25 bales..$-,., ,.. *.'-;,'ok5r
Obedience to law and conformity to instructions young, Wood, pine, 140 cord ..$3, 42'0T"otal
evident and Northern
dictate
t G388CD enterprises, our interest ought to but old in experience and ability. of inspection underground ,

H. OOEXAN. j. -L. PALMER. are the best, and safest guides for all this policy. These expeditions are the lIon. Howell Cob! will be before railroads, have been formed. .:
prominent eistraaated' 2iS43689 80
i f aloe!
officers, civil and military, and when they ,
most effectual mode of retarding American the Democratic Conv ntion. His Superadded to all this, our late disastrous .

Drs. GORMAN & PALMER, transcend these limits, and act upon their own. progress ; although to promote this is the a- I tation as a politician is co-extensive( with repu.the financial revulsion has unhinged and thrown STATEMENT tad"Tahie'ofexport.

t associated themselVeS together in the personal responsibility, evil consequences almost vowed object of the leaders and contributorsin Union, and he will have warm friendsto into chaos all oUr previously existing commercial oftbe'quaatity
HAVIKQ many of'
: of Medicine and Surgery, offer their inevitably follow. such undertakings.It his nomination. He would be relations with the South, as well as ., coastwise, from the port Cedar
t professional services to the citizens of Waukecnah Under these circumstances when Marshal urge more Keys, dcfring the 'year ending Slst'Occ.,
is beyond question the destiny of our popular were lie less national and looked with Europe. Hence the minds of Southernmen .
and surrounding 1857. *
f >
country. presented himself the state department
Rynders race to spread thernsejves the and of Northern have become un.
continent men
over
to the interest of the Scutii.
August 15. 1857. 33 more Cotton S. I. 623 hale $80 ,$49,840do ',
t ,
the 29th ult., with General Walkerin .
on of North Amprica and settled the financial and
this at no distant concerning commercial -
day, lIon. R. M. T. Hunter is equally as well( ,
custody, the Secretary informed him that should events be permitted to take their nat reciprocities which should te paramount Upland. 887 bales, $70,> 12,090
I JOHN R. LLOYD known as Mr. Cobb. He the Old .
represents Cedar red L 65c. JL&M
the Executive department of the Governmentdid 10,000 c.. ,
ural course. The tide of emigration will flowto Dominion with honor and ability in the Senate between the two !sections; and many at Southern .
'
-A.-u.otloia.OQZ- Deer Skins 25c 44R
not recognise General Walker as a prisoner 2,998 Ib-. t

i the South, and nothing can arrest its politician for the first time is beginning'o
and is
fine of retil
pro-
a specimen a : Virginia
AND Furs Otter $1 50 iSQ
that it had no directions to give concerning 20. .1
; If calculate the material of
permitted to there advantages a
gress. ,
go peacefully, The of of
f him and that it is only through the genlleman. position Secretary Hides, dry,2,967 Ibs..'10c.' 296, 70
(COMMISSION MERCHANT, ; Central America will soon contain an Amer- IS tat* was tendered him by Mr. Pierce, but Southern confederacy. Hence this sudden
Lumber .
than he could be lawfully hvld in ,y. p., sawed 1O,000fit, ,
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. judiciary ican population, which will confer blessingsand he Declined tbe profferred honor. Hi*friends and general Southern furore m behalf of ; "J
custody, to answer any ehargea that might benefits well the Walker and his for at $16, ._ ,..160. .
as natives their filibustering I
upon as iooK to his with tributeto programme '
July It, 1856. 29-ly be him. promoti pride as a Molas es, 43 M.l. $f 2, .sq.tSvg
brought against respective governments. Liberty, under the just worth and merit, "a great Southern, confederacy biased opera ." .
ttfi&J. $75 '
'l' .250Tobocto
In thus far disapproving the conduct ot will ,. .
restraint of law military .
domestic
R. H. BERRY ,
preserve ; Hch Jefferson Davis stands principles. '
peace Mississippi,
inference must be drawn. < lea( 75O Ibs,25c., -'1W CO
Com. '
Paulding, no
whilst the different transit routes the With this state ot thi subsisting between
across well with the party--especjalIy with the ,
Auctioneer and CommtcsionMEECHANT. that I less determined than I have Wax, Bees, 1,000 lbsn 25., V3GSbQOTola _
f am ever Isthmus in which we are so deeply interested Southern wincr. who witl dH W, fa khim. <{ha two.saetions. the naUI"'oC the''North to
been to execute the neutrality laws of the .adnrit'Kvnsas a*. 1daY1t1R.aw *to
will prove
have assured protection. li toBSt seme** IBM. *t United State Thl w imperative dsty, : : t be the last parcel which breaks the earners $118,557 tOO
T uuauu-Flju Sept.29, Nothing has retarded this happy condition where he reflected credit- pon the army, and
and I shall continue to perform it by all the I back. The to tbe South will
provocation
of affairs so much as the unlawful expeditions bit proud position before the country, place STATEMENT ot fbe'qnahfity and valcV of :
S. 8. KNIGHT which the constitution and the laws I
means only be tbe more pointed and offensive from
which haVe been fitted ou i In the United him in (Cbe front rank candidates and makehim coastwise from the
have placed in my powers the fact that two new free Stafe*. art af fbe exports port cf Tampr, :
AICT10NEER& COMMISSION% MERCHANT States to make war upon the Central American a dangerous competitor for the Presi '
of the value and Importance of during theyear endin31dDcj8Cotlt
My>opinion same time awaiting their admission into the
States. Had one-half of the number of den .
T1.I.LAHAKSKE, FLOKIDA.S y.Hon. S. I. 118 bales $80
I ,
$9.440
with that .
laws
these corresponds entirely
expressed Union. Will the Northern members of Congress
American citizens who have Robert Toombs has gained a **" !
08HCCH miserably per. reputation Cattle, Beej41 head, $15
ptezaWrlt1865t Mr. Monroe in his 5,115CowIziufl'dZzu,1o$15'
to
by message : then, insist the rejection of the ,
ished in the first disastrous expedition of Gen. in the Senate which will live after him. upon ; 150 f

A. COBLEY, Congress of December), 1819. That wise" Walker settled in \icaragua as peaceful emigrants He is identified with the.Sout1I, recognized, Lecompton Constitution because of its recognition Deer Skins; ISbnlw! a.$2S; ; "ti: :.',s'm
and statesman It
Attorney at Law prudent patriotic says: the object which we all desire wouldere as a bold advocate of the truth and the party ..of slavery I .We hope not. Or, '&.., 14 "dressed,7 pks4l ;,,. .9O'
national
is of the highest importance to our members .
will the .Sotfttiern consent to itlfthe"doth f '
-
this have been, in a great degree, accomplished. becoming strong in i i's attachment to'Jiim.Ho wA,.17 bbla..a.a .
102
and ] to the ,' .
FLA. character, indispensable moralityof will show .r
TAXLAHASSEC, to the fworld that !
These expeditions have caused the will be prominent and is well spoXen of y Fowlsttii doz. a>3, ,102Fttrj'Otter
that violations of
Janiary 17, 1W7. 8-ly our citizens, our neutrality people' of the Central American States to re- by tbe South. Hou. Isaac Toncey is a conservative all their complaints, grievances arid threatening 4 bds., '..ftO'f<"..o
should be nted. No door should '
prev us with dread and suspicion. It is our true statesman and deservedly ranks ?, and all their Southern rights movements hicks, dryI(80; ..82'each; t" '.. 1360
BRADFORD be left for the evasion of our !laws .
: RICHARD noopportunity and combinations
open ; plans .of the last
policy to remove this apprehension, and to high with the party. He has represented Log/, Pahnetto,'650,'.81, ::4 .
afforded to who be -If.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, any one may convince them that we intend to do them Connecticut in the Senate with marked abili- thirty years, have all been empty bluster, fuss Molasses, 2o bMs I.lo4oe. 451J
take of it to ;
TALLAHASSEE FLA.. disposed the to interest advantage the honor of the com- good, and not evil. We desire, as the leading ity and justice to all sections. He was (favorably and fury, gas and humbug.Our Potatoes, ,tweet 50 bblf-.r*2 .125 '
or na
promit on this continent to and if need alluded to in connection with the of. present imprvssfon is, ho'wefer, that, : "
(Office in the Post.Offioe ouilJing.) tion." power open, Sugar, 63 hhd*., 545. ., 3 35
May t8, 57. gl ( be, to protect every transit route across the fice of President and Vice President at Cin as the case stands, unless Kansas shall be 4 bbW] ,$15, I I. 60

The crime of setting on oat or providing Isthmus, not only fcrc our own benefit, but cinnati. The South will trust to him, if the admitted as a slave'State, in the way of an 'Slid!*. I cargo; .t .: fu fj ri 150 '

WILLIAM SCOTT, the the means United States for a military to make war expedition against witbin a foreign that of the world, and thus open a free access present administration doe not compromisehis equivalent to the South for admission of the Wood, pine; 520, cords, 0* f, .toU60.i. i

ATTORNEY AT LAW to Central America, and through it to position and causo him to lose strengthwith new free States of Minnesota and Oregon "

MONTICELLO, FLA] state with which'\ve arc at peace,is one our Pacific possessions. her. Ho!. H. A. Wise, of Virginia, is the Southern members of the two houses will : Total eslimated' value/ ;: \ U9-4; !
and character ,.
of an aggravated dangerous in the mouths of many for the Presidency.He .- adopt a very bold and startling movement ia ". :3GRE.h -*?-;5
This
.11IO,18U. SO tljanBenj policy was commenced under favor. :
the of
1 and early engaged attention Congress. able] auspices when the under was a tower of strength with the South retaliation. We are persuaded that, with : -jJ '" -*'"Tn .
expedition, lKCXKA8Knr
. escaped :
,
any, or what power under the constitution, question" weakened and prostrated him will withdraw in a' body from Congress,issue" As.'Tbere is ,one :Southern State says th(
territories and Are
Punta
to
our proceeded
A g mRr ? Wlt independent of Congress, to prevent or pun. nas. Should another expedition of a similar Mr. Orr, of South Carolina, is looking up. a manifesto1 &. Washington requiring'.the Cincipnat; Enqufrer, hihis 1n
AlfDSOLICITOR ish this and similar offences against the law character again evade the vigilance of He) is a rmtional man, though living in that Southern State Legislatures to iaJct'Uie matter 'with! a rsp ifty'lba/qnite. or'al-
IN EQUITY of nations, was a subject which engaged tbe our in done this .. .> *
our officers, and proceed to Nicaragua this spirited and gallant Stale South Carolma. hand ; and that, having the- mOltqoafa that or otlrn'- rthe-JTi-t:*.
the Courts of the Eastern Cir attention of our most eminent statesmen in the North said Southern members will .
be is await
praebetia at
Like Mr Cobb popular of Congress '
WILL would be fatal least for the
at a season, to We allude to Texas. 4t
the administration of General p
Court of
of Florida and the Federal the time settlement of the and while esteemed by many in.the South in Washington their recall home, or their'or-- '' "- 1 tfl ec-

(.met AT G.I, ALACHC OOVKTT.) Washington, and on the occasion of the peaceful the policy of American countries Tbe,, truthis to We might go ort'and mention ninny other deil for a gurrendeft at discretion to the Kill tion, in_ jAagmit la 1Ji .. QJtsaDd

R JlBRllNCE81eAPl' French Revolutions. The act Congress of that administration progress. I distinguished men before tbo country who of a Northern majority. In a word, this votes were polled. As its popal&tW';.ut.
no can successfully
J. J. Lcou the 5th june 1794, fortunately removed all conduct the foreign affairs of the country in I occupy a prominent position in the party as Kansas difficulty hasP been reduced to.a solution tered over an immense territorv;"lb"taany"
Cox. J. D. Anxif. } Charlttttm, 8. C. difficulties this which had
the question
Fsuara *..THOioisoir,1 theretofore existed.on The 6th and 7th see- Central America, or anywhere' else, if it Is entitled to promotion, but this will suffice for by the Lecompton Convention, to .which'. .places i is' quite'i a Uib t'tottfpan4'i4':

:t>&. JAXXS 8. Joxca .Wte, tla. to be interfered with at step by lawless the present. We have mentioned the names the North may Jtop gj, without even"J losing zahcontaia
which relate the every pnGiWr.oaie
Js
turns of this act, to present from'which rge.:
_Jane e.I'l. UA. military expeditions "set foot" in of those gentlemen whom we believe most Kansas, but the, South cannot :tVfi.ji.
question are the same in substance with the tbe United States. on conspicuous in the party at this time.lumbut } .' retreat. without. humiliation-and 'disgrace.A .- to estimate that not more : ,
PERRY AMAKEB '
6t and 8th sections of the act of April 20tb, JAMES BUCHANAN. Sun few days.more and we shall'know the drift. of every ten in I ithe,.pepucitieajnfadffi! .'
1818'and have now been in force for a period '
: LLW
ATTtEIKYATTALLAHASSEE of the wind.-N. T. Herald: '
t would grro a pjp ?< k>u;of'srt Jbaadjed Atonsand. -

,FLA.Mtytl. of more than 60 years. METHODISM IN MISSOURI.-We clip from The real Crisis at Last. .- .Y. That 'ttfeJacoVtoo'H "'Di
rendered ,
criminalby ,
The military expedition .
185*. i- ito "
the act must have Its origin, must" begin"or .the SL Louis Christian Advocate, of the 7th Three new States-Kansas,Minnesota and THE NEW 'PAcmb STATX..Beforeran-1 .".JOPl :the fact 'lLat'1t.& ..!.'LD
.EWI&L". WEST. other will have elapsed i."r 2'?**' t' ir ,. .
foot" in the United States inuL a highly useful the following intelligence year *Congresfiional -
,
be Jet on ; paper Oregon are waiting at the doors of,Congress delegation fronvthe.Pacific coast,will.''"Missiihippfwhici.h .OTef-s Sw. ...... J oulalQfl -
Altareey ttd.Ceatsellfli at Law, but the great object of the law was to ,save : for admission into the,Union, the first with a have been two United I.iahabitmt&. tIc.; iifinofsand. .
probably .increased by : .
.
A.r.Y.J..Aij8 FLOEIDA. ioreiga states with whom we were At peace 'NeverbU t&e Methodist Church in.Mifsoorf slave State constitution, the other two as free States. Senators and crtfe'flepresentilive.-. Tft "s'bII1fU" _.t.ft.i:O4ty &i

: pd1J,1SH. U.. from the ravages of these lawless' expeditions in'dthroiIfho t.the ,South,. generally, S.tntc& .'There is 'no complaint, from. any Oregon will have' been added to' the Union, "Jfti.tL ro i rtiMJa

proceeding. from ant shores. The seventh but particularly in Missouri been in so healthy quarter, touching constitutional proceedings and another'step will have been taken toward "
FLOYD :& HOLLAND section alone 'therefore 'which simp/? definesthe in Minnesota and but in Kansas i "biJit .tIlfaC"
.. j ; and prosperous a condition. Front almost Oregon ;r 'making the importance of the'Pacific i .. .,.' J1-6 1t ,
A.ttb7y$ at 1w.Cctiof., crime and its punishment would have has been reduced to '
the
.question
every quarter we bear of revivals and slavery possessions more materially felt at Wash.ingthn. .next eeasoali UkeoTTexi, iIl
"t'XT1LL e". Mldd1.V been inadequate, to .accomplish thk pwpose large :additions to the .membership, while shape so pointed and critical that upon its eight: hundred! : I 'ma'bV-

-.s"tsfJlt clla tk 8iwe OomiftlaeSt ,sod enforce onr International duties. In, order as everywhere aolu'tion..tbe admission Minnesota and Oregon .
,AhoIb.Diitri4Courtobs UnJ- reader the.1 law it peacattends \ d sectional dis-t The rejoWtreg 'of the new State,have n'ever, posing l(htf apportionment:tio'Hleri..
effectual
to was necessary w We have inquired closely 'into the will dep or, perhaps, a .
otiiwdi. very i it ': :
.2rthcD11ict. J.PLoYD'AaY1L! .to pre'rent' *the 'carrying on" of:'suchexpeditions7 history( Methodism in Missotfri sfftce its solution of the present Con grease :yet teen fairly estimated 'bj the'pnblic, owing 'J:1._iha. fl' d'l1ir. .. ,..t..t._.... .. "Qemb -

DP.flOLLbNDO.' 1IDe3; VIa. to thenconsummation after they.. introduction, and feel perfectly safe in saying ''Neve before haetbe slavery question been to the Tact thit'b progress' has been retarded ,m ;0,.. 1.I v. > "fk"

D.tt1W11; I I had succeeded in leaving our., that 'the condition and prospects'of the presented in a form so positive,.pointed and t by Indian"wars and the pecnth -. '- ; ..: --
:
I .' I II This has been done effectually,and In clear Church present are better than ever before. .perplexing as this in reference to Kansas.In acter of the territory a''cbmpared.to:Ca1i. AX J flh1 iji1;
0.11..n..ITa '
I : '. the her behalf State constitution is submitted. fornia, requiring 'a greater amount of labor '-"
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.sod expticu;; : u Jiiaf j authority given Hnndreds. and thousands are being convertedand a be sure, iod 41L _L.
Att ariCmsellf .Lav the & the these late in Kansas between 'to open it'np to the advance civilization.. .
.rscy r at to the President &t. ? Action added tr> her membership. The .work All skirmishings jlI s ,
But that it all native thboght Ie
the
.' jfoxficccLb...PLOBIDA* ::ad to employ tha land and ;:*va (.rcet< of goes on in evert place. There.Ire no strife.. conventions, constitutions legislatures and possesses elements ,1\1 .i"im p t. i..aJ.compelled (
,
of who has suffer'
'vexed elections mere surplusage,and permanent pwspenitjno'ne ta. to we rbrtinaa
are
and division as-no questions'M conflicting .
of Ii4 ffiddl Cir the United Statesor the 01 proven.ticg.the among -- !1 ,' .
tWOovto purpose It 1J4.ua
TTTlLLpraeaeln follow
; We have amount to nothing since ratification of the ken pains to. Hs hsory? ( thus faf., can; !. .WG'"Mm. q 01
ami .
-T, BtadThnwt '*a4 LovJC oat.,'OaL carrying on.of any such expeditionor [rating dividing us. peace; for ; .. t <. PJC
"__ 'u, ::1s-Iy from; ( olperity. ,So it continue to Lecompton constitution. Congress 'must, a moment, doubfT at 11di'\Wt-.Ie
enterprise the .territories or.jurisdiction we huo may your finger,' ;aiet .1-
States the territo. 5nd all the,time. Our therefore, decide either to admit Kansas as a mineral..wealth, the.: Equthern:portion i of. .
of the United against :be in every place lowed to tmaini i lu4h.r..f j.
:
wire' '*V:&; .G1L1UU'II.. .j t .or.: :ties or
ATSZXZTJT ;\, A -J'.., with pf anci.ruth of or to abide. the consequences of its rejection.We northern districts T of- fornia. The same; troubleVBy. not'Hyi 0.
oreC any reolony; .district, or people, : we go with the Gospel peace I -iHiJVi'**<>rv,-' SP '&>e .
Ja.GAt1JDod shall see, too, in this contest whether geological Tprmation; traced fefbn rh,,tbisjportioft i .t p
Ia..u" tes'U at and 1-b mt ;
a"_w etj .O..UQilSD4t'x.Ii&&t&a ..',.,They jwjanL.frths.ceaou. 4 ;. .L-'d'C'.peace.Paulding in., taercy- a}:o.ve't:: the boasted courage or the alleged! pu8illani:' .,of tbtf'leffltoVy; arifd': wherever. .a'I.JI ,M bJ.JO$ : %J J !_.. .

; itvofthd Socth"will 'prevafl.1 The case is .tematl p1attorgo1d..*.wining; hi f91 '!' -
Mdeitold
.4 JftaI -.1N Vnfled5t&tis rtereepted ifcifstoamef: Fainted, wjth Gen.WalkVi Sons DIFrzRENCE.-LUt;Winter tbb"alr .W'

at TlNvII Uttaforiboar /at'any'perUbfor : in tiie atreeti at eight;cent,a pound- now so.perfectly clear that if Lecomptorti i we.. r.I1& iuia.proved 1 q Ua.r 1t,: sla, '- t.

h. r. ".i1nif..r II '"- :. ; *tliiy;,catered to,port of Sin.Jean de they"ri cm jell !for,four,. I .:4hr. :1lt ni t.l b'Wti account slavery, that'qo man can doubt it. ifornia. o r. 1-t .
at .
.
'Nie *nr.Di1dtheJn.. back. to Mo. 1 year'ago?4c1d at.$&e&oaVtbeynow.sejl = '4cu 1U 1.tc.
W idf therefore '*at< the crath; "tho roed natoreoweatth a.r: .
: and luvcTbeen. nojfcdSy'aF ,! yearjia 'fallen.about 42,fieatt a pound.' .ready .to soeept"thi laid toastifatioa ;*rithonfto \ljtaitedut1redeye1oiro; .; B -
inkoa tbs' expedition; I W *
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, f : Jt cA ; '' claaw will cxak&it at uU cWtum' tpieC1* .tD.ti,!j. _., tSi. : .w.i ,
; B. .. :. ; T bt psrinthi ait 1 Mattoo whi8kist4-ye1F soW ,;for0 eeats apOflnicowUaillsfbrfisod > !arwy ,1 -"

'-. .. : ,: .. y -.1.1 t. 'T"i Thtrerhae_wefl! deserves the severe'pdalslitc4ntad :'i : fiwats,! Batter with the slaver/i6lMs (:: & Upg. actstharefore. /,, .both1hetez.' )._''i"'IC8' i'- t' ..,

.Z1t,5 i .1f1l..W, ?. .rt -1. ; lbk4rliwLrt1t yiQ C wad' 31 iwmti }, itnow .. roo ,:JQtb5Klittle like that of, 4r.: DooffUs'aad pro- it is the ".1 of I.'L'anvSta. i '. ,""p. -:

.c ...., n. ..it tabs the,ori J t Jill_ Rdtat U' S .dearer that ey. i 4Ts iii5i fu?M aT'f M&uk16 >KH :I v re now UiI..f 1e=; .- > >. :4 .

'1 i .l _. "LR. _.,."1 t A:_ e..JM'I'K_ = .( -Vl& ,'J i4. ueisd"hj all cMlisef. ;1 daM .,!:ec/.4LiDb"'IJJI thratuU ft6.t&.ar.Wh J .""J WIthuj' Jipt : ; 1 ." x .. ;

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'" ; ofo : : "p 1 t "J\. ; ..;was. pod; f'. m ti rr i;&1 5. i!;. iIoa- :t":' ; ;
it *3iIjt3tbbald :
1iit : 'I Tt.Z::( : L. :
, i : tionrnaI! The ,Senaw has i cohfirmad :U f Ball. ... of her (Ice was food fordrca Ljish optortd .1it
poos
L: ._'_.. ... ___. .A ___ --"'- -- appointments! :CFrahci: | :Pte1cetu(of' Sooth ..The mcsJe I &n pNjwl&fccf nin 4
rI-:: .'t'4LAaszz: ':' Carolios, M MiniaUr, lU triardintry to Ros- The gsr1aDdI.'t th.4'OI'thIfioies.- .' : -tad Y ofoWen. Ufisfe' <#lb ; t h which we'ar
', .. Th .*nd..M*.hlDg ornamenTh .- dress w&iisca1I accurate.fihelookei .- at
i :: :' ala ; BeVerlej L.rcIa&toreDtc! j, Resident sparkling e &
; u :& -w i..1. Minister to.1 Gaotetaala; Bererly Tuck '.irMte atttt. and' tU..rneaJsalJloi-.th.: 4'' braids liktfa pietare. No .---L_ _.. ; P :-_- Andbmeltb- w..1ik boeclDl-t.thin robes, I
T F:;:. mice ft evzmsI '...0 ....... -.. er of Virginia, Consnl in'Liverpool;"William Floating! tike light uds'twIxt ourgftM and heav'i-. f Rjtigh, ,and the great oB JKnglisa beroeC 'W .With. to XtxkatNkw -L.- .Zep4tt4 .

dttefMBt MbMTDMH tkil- of New York, Consul l in Southampton The feet small and should bow to beauty# thus adorned. ::"1.' '
ft to > (> fcr ft* Thompson many twinkling so sylph-like NEw Yow, Ian 24.--The English and YOKEl Jan. 23.1-Sal.ti of Cotoss
m' ;. 7. ".M.a'I'"''''Io'' wvmm, vki k. niitiCkc ; James W. Borden of Indiana, Con- Of the fair forma which terminate 16 well" "Her tresses IOOM behind :
{ .,_ cC-41oocwuftan7b.t North American Royal Mail Steamship Eu 000 hal The market?.*:: heavy,

6.. ...... ... 1 I If.......free.. ThsiaosL di. by Mdt' sul in Havana ; John' English of Pennsylvania Among the greenest spots in memory's Plf-p-in: bet n ek and wanton In the wind tOO ropa, Capt. John Leiteb, has arrived! .from. .j!pJa ad.' I". 1"' i1,",f l'4.::; .
P l"1j.-.s ii 'm.klUatoW a attenife'd; she was a flowery vision. t
= .1.: Consul in Basle; Chas.: J. Fox of Mich. waste" to those who i it; will be'the
....8b U 1*KPN.ol,*o mean Importutee to the l Liverpool, with dates to Saturday} Jan. 9th. J dling Orleans 10J cents.
Mr. T D- appeared as a Tyrolean .
J'6U..1ff1'MretlpMbtr1tO' bariMM'-rbich TtxjnlrrtIta igan, Consul in Aspinwall; Charles W. Tournament Ball 'of the 20th. If a thing Markets* --
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k< ly Mk Dte dM Mvqwper bulaMl' and tberefor It Glantt of Pennsylvania, Consul in ,,Stettci ; of beauty is a joy forever," what must be a gentleman, dressed in exact national costqme, Cotton Market Jan. O.-'tl& J. )(Grres.-a' IStfA tearllr('
I".t. to a.bBp ttnt .Hl w ik eI' M.luiT*me *&"'*, e i)ed&Uy.t which became him well. Hi was Liverpool .. ..... fJ I" (mMJfJalt.I!
.."; a Cm cf..itmil.r.rt.gtBMf t-rW.& at kAJrm.; IT. uk, William Treville of Ohio, Consul fa Valpn- "whole room: fall of" things of beauty The J aspect sales of cotton for the week ending Thursday : _

. :' M_ ..t. r.f($M, o4
.:;. yrotBr wkifck' >akaO! ar.-a.U M pra&pd>Ja BttU?aekaoMMt tafebtodiMM, tttMO-Jpt_oft British North American Provinces; Er- might well awaken in.the most withered heart his living. by doubtful/ means. : took'5,000 'and exporters"'5:500 eompKshed} b"V Itt4.J w..klxpeditioa.

floss tad.M4 fbr ADnbatt..1O worn win eonftrDttlk nest Volger of Virginia, Consul for Barcelona emotions of joy and beauty. The Hall was lie wu the mildest marhiered mini; bales. The'market opened',at advance of A treaty ''h1. been'maae with'Nicaragua

: ', alPer" g dt.a. UDOaJ1ta..sirly.praet1cab1e. ; H'nryV.. Spencer of New York, tastefully decorated with evergreens ; a flow- That ever scuttled ship or cut a throat"Mrs. l-4d, which was partially lost, and closed which gives to the United States the.,control l

t.t. Consul in Paris; John F. Porteous of South ery throne was erected for the Queen of Love P-s appeared as a Spanish lady, with of that isthmus; thii. 'cbtonfc; :.civil" wsrsia i
ef Ol. Kifh Archer. quiet a declining tendency.
Carolina, Consul for Oporto. and Beauty and her successful Knight.- for which her style of beauty is well adapted.Her Nicaragua and the long ezeiung difficulties
London Market. The Banl of
Money
-
the residence ofto.
died
( This gestkaaa 'at The Senate Military Committee are opposed Bright eyes shone in every direction ; bewild eyes flashed like diamcradsj and her raven betwee-vthat Stat :.and Costa,Rtc*. hsra
last England has reduced its rates of discount to
his son thII'eit1 on Saturday morning to giving the Secretary of War five erlng drapery arrested the footsteps of dough. hair spoke.of the suns of Andalusia. have advanced 94 been brought to an adjustment,; mud,. finally,
Consols to
six cent }
: the
*.; alter a long illness,. and was buried on new re ments. A proposition is made by ty (or doubty) Knights; the voices of rosy Among the Jadlc present, we observed per i it has led to>a gen.rai<(etermmstioay on the

t I.::. ,.. Sunday following., At the time of his death, the Committee to fill up the present regimentswith lips mingled with music, and all went merrily. Miss A- C- and Mrs. E-d of Raleigh to 95 for money. part of tho Executive: "and' Congress, an&ik"
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..., be was Collector of the Port of St. Marks, to two companies each. From such a scene, care and trouble, and despondency N. C. The Old North State was well SECO5D DESPATCH. public,that our neutrality !laws o( .I818ooghi

? :.. f, which office he was .appointed by President The Senate Territorial Committee on the fly away on their sombre pinions, represented. Miss C- attracted general The stock of cotton in Liverpool is 390- to be modified, so,as to be rendered definite

. I Pierce in 1853. He ,was a native of South question admitting Minnesota, stands, prob and the sunshine of joy dries up th!! damps admiration and was continually surroundedby I bob bales, of which 190,000 are American. and efficient The brief remarks of Cot ,
. ; Florida with -
Carolina
: but emigrated to an ably, three for to three against it. Mr. Jones and mildews of the soul. The old and the captive Knfghts." Nor was the Old i Manchester Trade.-The trade in the man Keitt, on the subject of tba neutrality laws,

. :.! interestbg and lotely family many years ago, is doubtful. : there the and the the South.State the Misses B dwell in the = tied
- young were gravE gay, unrepresented; -- ufacturing districts is not favorable, in con debats'-yrstcrday, trr> ent to re
:. reside. His death i is
continued to
he
: where. Lord Napier proposes enlarging his establishment talent, the wealth, and the bone and sinew of sustained her reputation for beauty and sequence of the limited demand for manufactured I gard. The House has acted in :.conformity
_ He occupied a large
universally regretted. in order be able to effectively of those wit and Miss S--n of Savannah i with the ,
.0 to the country. It was just one combinations as representative goods. views whicK he suggested. The
and confidence of the
the affections
in
share celebrate the marriage: of the Princess Royal of elements! that we believe} is presented of the Empire State, held imperial : Judiciary Committee has now the whole sa&

people of this State, and especially of Leon of England to Prince Frederick William, son oftener here than anywhere else, where sway over many hearts. I General Hews. jeet before them. They will no doubt, report

.... county whom he had so often served in a of the Prince of Prussia, the ,present regent:: every body feels at home, and is pleased with The Knights were all present in tho cos- Gen. Havelock, the heroic detender of a bill that wflf meWthVcase. '."

( legislitive capacity. He died a member of and heir apparentMr. himself and every body else. tumes of the Tourney and were a noble and Lucknow,, is reported to have died from an The subject of the Pacific RailRoad, is

the Baplut Church, and his end was calm, Ames of the Arms Manufacturing chivalric band of attack of dysentery. before Select( ? '
Chicopie The Queen of Love and Beauty filled her men. a Committee of cSnit.-

: : peaceful and happy. He passed away like Company, sails for EftrofJoin ri few throne with dignity and grace, accompaniedby There were a largo number of gentlemenand Wyndham's division had been%"defeated" Though the President in his Message rtl.ito
who the drapery of hi! couch the Gwaoi' hid.t!-
'. one wraps days with a commission from' government to her stic'cessful Knight and her Mrftts of ladies present in plain American costume, and severely cut up by the necessity a military: road, jet, instead
him and lies down to pleasant dreams.
: about for out bar. and he she who sustains that character neers near Cawnpoor. The latter were sub of the
1 purchase machinery rolling gun Honor. As Queen of Love and Beauty she or as lending subject to the Military

<' In the Senate on Thursday, Jan. 21, on rels, to be put in the government factories, had an ample dominion and was monarch of it ought to be, appears in one of the noblest sequently defeated by the troops underthecommand Committee, the House will refer it to a Select .

" motion of Mr.\ Yulee, a resolution was adopted -- and to bring out men experienced in working all she surveyed ; for love reigned in every parts that history has ever recorded or fiction of Sir Colin Campbell. I Committee. / ,

. ,. :; requesting the Secretary of War to fur it. Mr.\ Ames has carte blanche to make all heart, and beauty was every where. Cupid delinetfecf. Marshal Radetzsky, Redschid Pacha, and The Select Committee of the Senate have _

::. Dish such estimates of the amount of the appropriations necessary purchases and arrangements for had engaged several assistants for the occasion At 12 o'clock supper was served in the Madame Racbael are dead. made considerable progress, towards(framing

. necessary to such parts of the putting the machinery in operation here.It and did a smashing business." The Senate Chamber ; it was splendid and of every The launch of the Leviathan is progressingt abilL

0 volunteer force operating in Florida during is reported that a brother of Madame i noblest, the bravest and the best, have always variety. Many a one who had seemed indifferent 'feet per day, and there are sixty feet more They will take but one road, instead o/

the past year as had not been paid, for want Bodisco will receive an appointment as Con- been the most devoted and truest admirer! of to the exercises of the Hall became in. to be overcome. three, as proposed by :Dr. Gwin. They will l

. T of appropriations applicable to this purpose. sul to one of the Russian ports. Though. the ladies. The history of thc world proves terrsely interested in the exercises of the Sen. Financial affairs generally are improving. make it a government affair, but yet orer-'

.. Mr. Yulee has given notice of the introduc. Madame Bodisco married a Russian ambassador it. The smiles of beauty the reward of love, ate Cuarrfber. After supper the dancing was Several failures had occurred in Glasgow come constitutional scruples by introducing

lands the she is American lady and her resumed and lasted until a late hour. including the house of W. & J. Wallace, the of private companies.
tion of a bill giving the public to an- I the admiration of the fair, have inspired men agency 'They are

'; eeteral States in which they lie. brother is a native of the United States. with courage, perseverance, energy and 'heroism On the whole it was a grand affair. Many\ which tailed (or about 250,000.: to capitalize the payments whicj.; will be allowed

. '. -- -- I in all departments of IHe'! to labor, to will date the commencement of a heart history The Madrid Papers state that Spain will for a number of year?,." for the transportation ,
We find the Circular to Tax -
Cession of West Florida to Alabama. following I suffer, and to die i if necessary. : from the ;Tournament Bail, and many render no satisfaction to the United States of. .the U.... S. mail, .and- J'issue the
Collectors in the Charleston Cou "
Mr. Jones of Greene, from Federal Rela. published i The lords creation! men we call, i bright reminiscences will cluster around the for the offence of firing into the American amount in U.Sy bonds,-,bearing Kf per cent I
From this it will be that the bills
{ tions, in relation to the cession of West Florida rier. seen And they think they rule' the whole ; I Cipitol when years and years shall have Mail steamer El Dorado, and detaining and interest, to the contractors in aid of their en-

o. proposing that the State of Alabama pro. of no suspended bank are taken by the Statein But they're much mitAken: after all, passed away, and the haze of time shall have searching her. [This offence was committed terprize. Large grants of public land on or

,. posetothestateofforidathatshecedeall payment of Taxes : For they're under wor nn's control. mellowed down the sweet memories of the by.the Spanish war frigate Serrolana on the near the route'Will also be made in aid of the'
and
.: of her territory west of the Apalachicola CIRt1LAR.-OFFlCE: COMPTROLLER GENERAL .
ChaUahoochee rivers to Alabama, and that a COLUMBIA, January 12, 1858.Tothe Oh! fair ladies, always use fiiis power of past into a beautiful. dream. high seas off tho coast of Cuba in March, road.The .

. commissioner be appointed by the Governor several Tax Collectors of the several Districts thine to inspire men with a noMe and a manly = 1855.] House is about to order a searching

of Alabama to wait on the Governor and and Parishes of the State of South Car- I' ambition, to act a worthy part inthe great Hoy. JAMES: B. CLAY, OF KE Tt"CKY.- Nothing had been heard from the steamship inv stigado 'i info the. Tefeargeftnit' Lawrence. ,

General Assembly of Florida, and lay these olina: This distinguished son of a distinguished sire Ariel, in Engand, up to the day of sail Stone & Co. paid 887,000" for Ithe purchase
drama of life, to be rfnd Jabori- made hft teb'&t: in the House of
Resolutions before them. Ordered to a I courageous : Representa.
Joint
According to the provisions of the laws of ing of the Europa. [The Ariel left South. of rotes in Congress for the Tariff ,1857.:
second Reading.-Mobile Mercury. this State in such made and I oub and earnest and true, to aspire after the tives yesterday. His remarks were listenedto
case provided,
and with great attention by the House and the ampton England, on the 31st December,with The charge is riot made by the firtn above
Could anything be more refreshingly cool the Bills Suspended Banks are not receivable I beautiful the great in human life and inhuman

than this? Florida has thirty-two! organized by the Treasurers. Tax Collectors and action. Then wilt the'Queen of Love audience. A sketch of his remarks will be one hundred passengers, n large and valuable named, but by the newspapers. In,account

Coantiea--Alabama's is to other public officers, in payment for taxes and I and Beauty be a mighty indeed. found in its appropriate place in the congressional cargo, heavy English and continental'! mails ing for the misapplication of half million
proposition annex queen The remarkable
other moneys due to the State." You will report. fact in con and aoouV JB 1,000 on board. read ten' of the fund( of''the ftfiddlesex":.Company, the
eight of them, containing the best harbors on therefore at least notice Many of the ladies were in fancy costume, nexion with the speech is the defence of a
give thirty days
administration tertained that the vessel, passengers and car. firm of Lawrence &Co. pal'downfo0was !
democratic the of the
the Gulf! through the public journal of your District, or which gave a chief interest to the occasionand by son :
Massachusetts once sent an agent to :South ran&n, tnat LiltS bilf vt tho following Banks added much to the beauty vr die scene. honored leader of the once powerful whig go are all lost] used for the .benefit of laH Company in
party. Mr. Clay made a must excellent impression No cnferafned of-tho of the Tarift LEO,
hope
will only be received in payment of Taxes reoorery.of obtaining a> change
Carolina to test some of the latter's police due the State, viz : Our attention was first attracted to Miss and we take the liberty of offering the King of Prussia. .. I

regulations. From certain indications coming E- B-, who appeared as Rebecca in to him our congratulations.Washington HARD : : _L "nlJi:Mooy l
. The Commercial Bank of Columbia.The The news of the attack of Canton is daily .T
I under his observation the concluded it I Ivanhoc. Her dress with historical Union, 14th. The .
agent Bank of Charleston.The was prepared Macon. StottPretsaj .1'
- .. .. expected in England. : .. ... .. ,<.. '
best to leave the State without seeking to accomplish Union Bank of Charleston accuracy, and set off her great personal 4 .. As an instance tof the ",bsr times," we

, j the object of his mission. By this The State Bank of Charleston. charms wondrously well, black eyes and A SEXSATIOX! CREATED.5ff. Lamar, of Charleston] Market- are told that a clerk oran .extensive' ,mertan-j

The Bank of Georgetown. I Mississippi, delivered his first speech in the tile establishment in town started oollasc
.
t pointed reference we do not mean to intimate glossy hair. We have always thought that CUASLESTOW, Jfcn. 25. l.P. 31.-Cotton-
The Merchants' Bank of Chcraw. House yesterday, which earned for him the week wlthfif: Ib or conatstfor collection
i that Florida would treat otherwise than with The Bank of Camden. Wilfred of Ivanhoe made a great mistake to There was a moderate demand ; holders less Mveral dollars
reputation of being one of the best Par amounting. to .tjpjsand- ana.
proper courtesy a Commissioner," sent here, The Bank pf Chester. have taken that milk ana water" Rowena very firm. 800 bales were sold at 9 to 10 J after bing-abOut the street* an\iay he returned -
liament debaters in American life.
: i not fo test the constitutionality of any of our You will also receive the Taxes,or any other instead of the noble Rebecca, and we think now public cents. borne at night with the-prodigious sunf"of

.. i laws, but to propose the }dismemberment of dues to the State, in the Bills of the Bank of the so now, more than ever. Oh, those twinklinglittle It is seldom, indeed, that gentleman CHABISSTO: Jan. 26)) 1 P. M!-Cotton- a dollar and a quarter f '-.L I ,- .
State of South Carolina. Should any Tax achieves so high a reputation as a public man As .another .ev14encp.c .to&.7ghtaf-uf of
. i our State ; but we do mean to intimate that feet, how they did walk into a man'safFections. Holders free to sell, but prices drooping.
i Collector in the State refose to obey the foregoing by his first speech in Congress as is the resultof mbh jl t iU 'i>>r the

; the proposition if made, would be sn outrage instructions, or present at the Treasury Rebecca was this first Congressional effort of this distinguished Sales 1,200 bales, at 9! to 10| cents. largest; and, 'fealthicT UcFJoT South

,1 .j on our State pride and interests which should any Bills on other Banks than those above All that painting could expres?, Western orgi'a surei"us ttaVjTparL from:
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Star A1fi.ihJ
i receive a denial so indignant as to forever after named, he will be dealt with according to youthful poets fancy when they love. MiS8islippian.JVahi1fglon Utah ? what is in the hands of the* Tax;Collector I :,*
, law. J. D. ASHMORE 14th inst. WA HIXGTOX, Jan. 25.-It is stated that there in
to all such attempts. isfnot ready money enough his.county,
i: put a stop Miss L- G- shone pre-eminent as .
. of this Comptroller General. .. "the Mormons intend to adopt the guerrilla to boy a prime negro fellow at the present
that the
1 We are glad to see press Undine. How shall the .
we "
express grace DEMAND DAMAGES. Robert A. 'J' '
. The Comptroller has demanded of the suspended FOR Craig, mode warfare, and jthat ablebodiedman pnces. .
every
|| State fa beginning to speak out on this qaesz the beauty, the irresistible winning smile with : -- ------ -
banks of Charleston payment of the a British subject at Punta Arenas, says the will be under arms in the Spring. It is PAPERS 'V15COTEflTZD-Tbe t
; tion. We quote a well-written article from I which she conquered hearts. Oh, Undine, publication
, second month's penalty for a suspension of Washington Star, has demanded damages of also stated that Mormon spies are DOW in
of of the of
two
Madison the subject but newspaper Montgomery,
the Messenger on ; thou water nymph how often hast thou
the United States for losses sustained him
specie payments, under the act of 1840. The I by Johnson's camp. Ala. has b" discontinued to.win.iThe
there are other papers in the State from which t&town cold water on the ardent hopes of in the seizure of Walker's en ,
Planters'and Mechanics' Bank and the Southwestern expedition by rMobile .
-;;' we should.be glad to hear. Railroad Bank have anticipated the gallant knights ; and that noble cavalier by Com. Paulding. He alleges that he rentedto Jlatketa. Alabam.!.. Journal ariA&QMontgomery Mes.seiier
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t:? from the MoeHto Mvuerujtr.iuexatioo thy side how much cold water would he not Walker a part of his premises, and that MOBILE, Jan. 25.-Sales of Cotton to-day : '1
demand, and paid the penalty. The other 'ended
W' of West Florida. stand for thee? Thou hast a large assortment bales. The Market had A new democratic paper to be
he had 3,000 improved ,
of in
have a large quantity provisions his
suspended banks of the city not yet paid.
ha4 started CoL
The Confederciion eed
The Spirit of the! South," published, we The Charleston Courier maintains that the of hearts at thy disposal-choose wisely warehouse belonging to Walker, at a stipulated cent before the news of the Europa was re- : > by

believe, at Eufaula Ala., has an article on and well. No J. J.'Seibles! .late Minrater 'to Belgian; ,*nd.
since.
ceiued.
rate of month each change
General has to exact stowage per on package :
no right
- this subject in which it is said the Alabama Comptroller R. R >Yyat Eq., The new gaper will be
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the been releasedby Miss B -y, of South Carolina, also ap ; and also that he advanced the secu- '
has a bill before H, providing this payment, same having qn
Legislature .now Latest Kansas Election EeporU"ST. emphatically a Seothern* State Righb jour
, of all that of pcaredas Undine. Hergrasefol, modest beauty rity of the provisions the sunvof 500. The
for the Annexation part tie act of the Legislature at-its last session ? Louis, Jan. 21.The Democrat of ; nal.! -

cur State Jying West of the Chattahoocbee suspending the operation of tho act of attracted the attention of alL If water- provisions, he alleges, were forcibly seized by this publishes the returns of both of,the I -. t ": .
city
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river--. and* that i it- thought. such &movement 1840. nymphs become so fair, we wiflf quit dry land, order of Com. Paulding, and much of his private i The Greensborbogh.{A1s.)Bracois says that
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elections held in Kansas with'thesignature
of those recently ,
embraced
the
meets approbation persons &e.rcntirely, and addict ourselves to water, property carried off. Mr.Craig has (or. 'I' Cot Isaac Croom of that place. '* ntwenh.to '
in the land to be transferred. We do SUPPOSED STRENGTH ep THE MeRMoxe. j of acting ,Governor Denver attached .
. the or at least become amphibious.Miss warded & copy of his complaint to Lord Clar ljzs for the'proposed
to be posted with regard to '< the 'nt
not profess Various calculations Lave been gofng the to the. returns. The rota,for : ''
and of those embraced in MT Nortna en don W.oriz ejdow.
as
sentiments feefings appeared / .f .
.
Constitution' with slaverywas 0,143 ; and. t. ", q ,, -
late the estimated .
rounds of the of as to .
movement papers and'Practical
&!thejerrilory question. Such a dress that well became her sweet classic -- mthrUot edtc"
their number of.the. :Mormons in Utah, and for the Constitution without slavery, 669. o .
mayr ormay not meet approbation beauty. Hear me Norma,and dispel the dark SOUTHWESTERN GEORGIA-EJIIOJr' TION. :Agnojalrare. .
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bat at.m citizen of .F1 rida, and claiming a. the armed force which they could pf ssibly despair that fills some fond Knight's heart. The emigration' to this section of the State, At the election held on the 4th of January, :
right be'heard a'matter so nearly touching all the free.State officers elected CoxnL&RibmoiEnquircr :
tiring into the field againt the United States remarks the Columbus Time contraries to ,were by an
Interests-of State' most earn. Miss L- S" -, appeared as Aurora, J
the our we
the estimates have majority of four,!hundred and fifteen. 'f 81OuAd flcg1 't .jJ;
eatIpvotetiginM such, *proceeding. troop>*. Hitherto seem to Fat of the dawn, pour in ami rapidly increase. It known average wit'
oy daughter
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.: What u." th*' 'Legislature"ot Alabama been greatly exaggerated., The Sacremento Who sprinkles with rosy light the dewy lawn., to be a rich, htrt Itby' and! wealthy! country, .The:Kansas Senate consists of thirtsea free him desert:M, .may.-teafShJ thi t there

. ,.tHnk.we will; consent wider any considerstlflp. Union: gives the following .on ,the subject': : Now much addicted to sleeping ..and.since the railroads' have'penetrated,her I II : State men' ,'and six;Democrats.; In the House i a political earthquake 'comi awh in" I
as as wo are
.. ". 1 .to have:altar West Florida, by. far, them According to the United States census of "v Isand:her produce finds a readyf market : there are twentninefreStaiamenand, fifteen pfflrMlI dividing .
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late in the morning and comfortable
ltimp rmat' part,of ou-, State in a comroercisl 185O( the" whole Mormon as a I South!'
population, men, and the inconveniences of travel in D m crata. ., t- linabctwan the fiuithr,a l
it be, we would the coldest I are
point of view witWteofourlargest women and clritdreDftmotiated to 11335. thing as may get up ,The, : '
, and most important cities, and the' best bar- In 1852 (roar Pbe*Minute of the Mormon morning that Old Winter ever devised to I a great measure overcome, it is i increasing majoritypdlledagalnst.theLecdmp.tan -

. bars on,
rutb1elycntofffromui and" attached to an. ulation had increased.6,8 -1*making:the total and rallies with her marvefously lovely face, portion of the,State. The rich eoii u' grow; : thousand two hundred and vedy.sIThere *.- Why,
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oth rBbtel". Not a bit, of it Mr. Spirit Your 18,206. Taking e same'ratib of increase, and would follow her in her ing lands of Baker and adjoining:counties 1 aie alleged; frauds iq Oxford,:'Shawnee steam.
we gloom-dispel
lie slaltirB! : 'entertain! altogether mistakenTiewi hare the whole Mormon population in -
.
we and wer.a40
" Kickapoo counties. for teroo1tsa, ua4er.). .anfl
attract the farmer and lover of wealth- from engine
A '' of the opinions' of the Florida people 1857 amounting 31,012! Taking oat the ling course around tho world: can chtbe an .fMd-tha;nrrdcronYur
} 1rIth1'fJ'd.to the! matter fa question.- ';Kotii' relative of children which existed other and more barren sections of the State ;' and
, '. proportion Miss F- E"--- also appeared as Au. LatefrEinsa&, for afrkwJ&ktr;) are
)' log a UrB&ore, CfcJjAciow lhaii the preBrttption in 1852 with the increase of while the lawyer and the physician find it to i.
: : :; population, say rora. Oh, beautiful Aurora I the brightness AUGUSTA, Jan.'21.-Free'soil dispatches i qjy *1J !
i% ...ti.at;w, wjU aeed.to nr> proposition ,. 9,000, we have left 22012.. Deduct from (their interest and convenience to follow the slave, an418i a and clothe
of tiiy glances, assure us that thou art not from Kansas give iet\am''or.th first jor.Constittitlonal
: : Alabama might awTfit to make. this amount oo3-ba4f for the women,the same tide with view of
:to". ;Ml:thai immense c COTunercisJ importance, proportion that existed in :1852, and there remains Aurora Borealis, for there is nothing coM or emigration a. competency election., 'The'returns were opened'oh ...- r'f
1,00 iee.
i. ; ;wbfehtbeCUjlOT Bann.ji'i and other' Ala HjOOfPfighting; ( men, including those cheerless in t&y soul. and support. .. the* '13th' uwt-". !by>>: "Gi. ..,.:''Denvrand, ,, .,.t" ...." "f.ko1) ( rico. or cut a Um*b iama In for Pen- -
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This is tho '
prospective
pipwrs'tie4 somewhat advanced. probably
:/ CalBoun.The.Toto ,:t1e:C.ita.'
H- B dressed stoo4 r the
;
Miss "
was as Spring.
:{: Wtfga,:growing oct of the certain connection whole fighting strength of the Mormons. SPVBOKON, the popular pulpit orator, whoon '
tkti rtUro-td 'with' h Her smiles were as swet and lovely as a poet' tion with slaVeiy $>0 :: jp| j pUcer bj: : ..Montgomery the occasion/of the recent' national fast lf*IIthI eU14'it
, ;' ..1heJtJlPJttoa'.. region Middle! and 1- an evidence,'of. tbb .stringency" .of the dream. preached to1 a' congregation: of, :24,000 persons tion 'whboat' slavery, 57 .; "The:.returns,of: lihgthhdeW It Iol.u9ThA1enM .
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;..: <.*":t':,.Kttt: -. ..rtbmtod. .*__ #: .'.thsl, ag'=, harbor/' : :. ttr&s. ; the.ewTorkToisrnal OlLfommerce "Tbere U.a light in her laughing eye, in the Crystal_ Palace, Londonthus.% : defines the l Usf electlbn,had'not all been(counted.-T ,
;
; 1 '. ..._' .. (Qt: \ J class c. .I&&t ) t it is,'a'th ttkr' fact,' that,.there,is, A parkling,beam from the gem within," cht 'Thus-'far cL tne:frep StaU 4I"\O'r\ tG'lYnor.tiacJ. :
Gospel : ; "
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.pf to W-'ijLit jr-t4"i'
i'4 ::; M. $&$ Floridf propo : _, ,.- .entire",..s..IO'I uae r"1;, 'not;*t the present.w .nt,. oa tketoks: in that seems tar very cunshibe of love, If any man' her should bo far doubt orfareotnt '. .,j ,( .<. t flcmocptte'cn.. -

1- : So I > '''01. 'M.'ana'., .... ',Legislatrtf".!. :t&t 'port- .":j1p1. r.. ,.t.. 1of... any_ 'dncrl.. iond1Od'f&rthi Mrs.'.H appeared: Night and walked ignorance. I,t int. as;plainly as' JdidiJa.tor; ( naO ,r.,6.530 .f l'ft8eJ ( good Srxru%ed c1 bha in baitpthemo
'aU ......... :1 hatn I cantata> the ,Gtispob Jrbeltart' it to bo ; aofler) for CdBJrta/6,623' 'Ca1r Dtho'c. Ja -
hfl1Vehstucting
.. .J'!.com rL!.!: _ft : 'r_<< .. .; in.beauty.like Udnb! (n '
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't .. IiIrw&WU1 thd ::,, -'14-4 wrapped up ,1b'rOD": \wovd.'Sbthn. I' ; "Col. .Udtiubt:. -
:',' ,".. 4 : :, ..& atJ, cloudless climes and starry skies .,S,urely if i 0,508." crn&e; :
: t. --fWf 1 : e'i. t hare alway obIideredW1tht lJutiieraBd.CaJ*) : : -- V' ii4; i
,.tiiit. _: orth & ,Wsry2d.ao4 ,:Uje,,United..States. Night were ali'ayi.thus,' bow coukl.vre ever ::1'in, that tbwvswir' and*substance ofteGs.I .in''di:,- o.. .',c.n.a.. :nl t.\n1'j... .e"''.. ., ur...ij.h TI.1U2hi. -

t'., lcit ,. ft.R. I..s,, ri1 W r :-1J c on with J.AVt ..,: 'aaj'gniahtt; 'good ,night't tthfro I pel Ii4fa; 'tbit .woixf afe Utatfeov.fatkt ., ,' : .'f 4::". .h" f.. -iu.;'.) 4') ,

'=".,tR. ; ., "tt4 ri- Itt f fi" t' <'. .. ....' '.MtPi Xl ,'. 1. ;...... tj4.u L _aa1it, ; st&t&of&saa. 'Ifnedf Itadr r': 'ThetegislaMra .It'poidjfotwtotber

l, to. 0II"".' "' .. "ea.T'eoUISwn' :' ._1 1 -' v j". iJ.t: ..:::j,",: It" : r.j,. :i it' 1N ,._ .:.l -. ;: t 4l.1cjisr4cterofk' { .$tan thG_pil k.thiI't.l.te..ilod' t ':c41nf nU :Hut: ) H, r..tr..h ThdkT11iIwoM ir

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:;1 : \"' .... iilt t.o.rti\J 8oi'.: >?-"ftffi,>- ?* -+>?>1
it ,'1 _(ti..t } OW; htheiiButeri1' j1 : & fR1o vmf,, f i k l 'tr.1 d, ..t1.P-+ IJ sW Irbn "eteId'j an* .&*rtj;<*rnoe? 4 lIP ,.l1i i r tl; s.v. .f .
4 : ,,, ._ .i" MI ;onm J Uflj "yyw o? te;;wje p?? /i6 tvwiP : / "flfv1 v. ltI '1 nthn twifr'ths.siGbrtQofri'c'At -. l" ,a .. ;; ,! "
!e.* Eftn Cat: : t4dceWMC6uI4br prisonroe Jo: R .ncC.tlbey:' .wo ld..jbave J d I.tSlPjjjiy" "''jjf;; '"'! jappsap __..,&o.+". .)y h'lip.. 4 tad oto1 In tioth.uhb 'A. wz.bUii '11 cit9 f., '" =- to t Ir

.. a' tolerably poorv'c6mpli.oent 'be en elected honbtary:meaabirs of,tW Ac&d.eniy. < j t tLady ofcAtenkl, andreca1Jodb"awea' "t dn 1-.dt>lXiev> .j, \.t rcplMch. lnfJfi:Yy4 t: ,th. 1 4s.-

to our lihera, and State pride. '- ti i3r4,.;. o:'L Jl .... .n.... i. .'an e.tIt: ....-baend.tifj &otL -There! lie drank damnation dry.'(""t t 'I Y I r ,.Pre 1 '.nl Uq,, ,IRI 'Jc .,,ainfrc1'vIet1.

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''J\.itd the pr rtl oti9S-, .Lucy Stone, FIRST fOND ]". .. '2oir' 'tf.P.ftt waC" 1f : a .

.udfj j irtnbticu) dQn ff dA r bffci -g L. f'Tr'_ 1.m !3 f i.nl
BTYirf .
; 11be J ..,, J .t 4\. *
.office of J't.t
rit'ferd5kl ply fier iaxtsngbt aute tM Dotted State* D&rirt GbtifU : 4'm-li ?
. .. at TallahaMi ia and 'irx '* J- '' .;' mee 1If yi.U PblW'Sf-'Dttctbrt tef The'S fruifcl JUjCS ntT: .

.h hu UOG cV t to *$. e. Lucy t'iT. intends florid wherein JjJ I" }f j AT fAd CkTnpaay, b lt JYtluodiua MSAJffe.: _.r ., 1l
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a meeting- oblhe* subject% at an William Temples is BMrgimed a- on UM 3gi day'pf No! vember.A,D", '1857.; the 'following -. ', ; l
11ing 01'1
does believe in taxation and will expose far tAle befnrVln GcuK-hdMe dOer re.oIu opii_ adopted; r;' ''' *. e ,w 1 fltSlhial& -
L-Sbe '
t'lr1 not in the Town of Cjmney<*;1M' *tMd t&Man .WSUUl .'. *ffkithe Flori.4 rf"U1r 1b 1- ..r. *?t. .."d'yi.. _..," .--' :- 'r ., _,m". ';
.thout representation.to nat,me White;.ole.leTiedtipoR artb; property .in advanced toaioqpffit 1 ,whcb."rjrfags ifinto'nse'' I. riiflll rctlJft te..m..111-1.i an.t'Od..J 1 -p's'

J&-- of Wm.Teniples aodio bt aokl tw aaUtfjsaidwrit.' fulconncxiori-wrth t b ,bsihjCfS-efst a'.ratenor, and KftagErltoflThe;$1enyiL.t. 'a 1r---lsd .
OBXTUART. of fi. fa. according to 1&.. t ; v'I "- th, praetTahbiu'ty d a mcdeaafd {Btiaecirtioth t*> t si tterte ttd.IL
cb .
ten *
= r4 'f O> ir kr' Natflb I for : jcxs
: : Vnrsh'aiJ3' (: tbe.tod being resr ably democisUrat 1 ,
IeountyHori S KEiBLACKBORN ( ConiptiDjr '
9. 1 Febranry, 183RrifttJAtjjgBstf, id p8t Ecr 4'

.&. iII u ,JITD*dy rf CharJ "23,1858.. 4-tfls' that a point has been reachtd where they mabnpeto |I .. J beI

Jrt&i"I II ,, .60.: whence he emlgrati-fl' to Hoi1 I' planters and merchants of the Interior: t .->. % < tt. j i>j ( 5
tototftuisy- NoLice. : be Drawn )intIe Cit .i / TFAvG: tiLJI'
j KetolveiThat tte be directed ; la.ip) public.v AortA oftht n
wm ne nft1loM'noble;ctnAgtitfonrard, tjnfet Therefore ; Secretary V
l'r.gBoMntftlv Sbtfw men-cow becoming unfortunately too SIX> '* ,& the first publication of this no- : to invite subscriptions to the Stock of {the CompAny -.- : zr.e riargfM,I 188I .! e ,,J tail the.ynders gntd will:present his .finalaccount the _rid .' Bractkmal township 1 11111W 1
fiiX terms ber6tefi.re tota"
world who,Ditralng attentively to the : upon fame l "
In the I' .. If th and 2fltb aad Ieavig4k see
r onOr. 'harged with rtern purpose, the ob- and touchers admttistnttor the Estate such step U may anVxl the itt wt eon v< ii.$opportnnity -. I, 'CLASS.2 : i : 1 14, ,
.rdDl1, af\d of Eliza.Jerkins, deceased, late of' Leon county, to the inhabitant several t iiitereatfedCrtuntils I v Fractional LH BTEA.3P247L .
of the
1hkb thMe Impototi f hhn,regardless alike,o1jtrawe. ,1 j T. be Draffn fLbe: of ugata. ? *
'G..1itP
l Tekerqtslre.cof He looked more to the and nk fur a,dkdiarge. .:.W-;B.M ILLB,.'Admt't. to take Stock. CUj ., I*23,24and2&4 will leave NVw Port in te rjg IIId4)Itebuion.pi,1vgof V
&be Jan. 23, 1858. 4-6m 1 On SatttrAy, February 18M, 1858.
.1i.uitbnoe, 1Ua She mere form of l &|,. Thus 1I I A true copy from the minutes. I.G.EO. V Fractional a.ctioo Tsniu.
,I W. CALL, Sec'y..v Uonal township of king mailjigets S 4ad ;fi4o and
.!jklnhto L life and conduct; he habitually niustrated thztgTIad cLXs3 : V V
jfS wodd-rtdfeemlng;j>rinoJpto of the gospel of truth, LOST, 1 -- -.v t V Fractional sections Jzmn the8aerand re lnsuaon1basftirnoon

oowsiea.I as ChrUt himself emphatically declared,"hang all IN Tallahassee,on ..Wednesday.lasV the; Eating? 'I I punuanct of i i. foregoing resolution-.tiotic .-. To 6e tlrawn. !ntb> City1of; Angnsta? G; hrpoHJe : township 6, of rang* trai54 .. r

ibe lew*1e- prophets"*Jo unto others ai ye would that Saloon kent by George,Davis,, a Calf-skin PocketBook I hereby given that.tbo; bobka of the Company permanently i V On,Batwddy, Ftbntary 20f A,1858. Fractional section Tbetration

other,should do onto you"he did not deem,.it important tou.crWPeo containing some,'75 in money and papers of,, open at Fernandina where eubscripU f, .section 28,of

may branch of the Christian'' citird, *; es- no value to any,save mjself... among'which are ths'' may.u be .m.d"., either in person or by.letter, 1 05amocnt CLASS 4, Lands appropriated ; to an< '
,w the standard of religion which awmed to contenttooiawr following notes; one signed by J.D., F. Honck'and of the present assessmennt being .II1.oOoc military, and other to warraVnt5ev : V
To be drawn in the
DfeiaDTi .M* .member fell&r hot alLtillrytngthe llfeinorpoDTictiontofhii J. T. Havis for 118.75 ; one signed by Juntos Tay- each share of $100.00. This company is the owner City of Augusta Ga iu public, the sale.
: own ingenuous mind. And when lot for $142.50nun signed by John ffelkel irad J. D. town sites of Fernandina and Cedar Key, and 'also On Saturday, February VlUi. 1857, The offering of the eeattheNewPost

death summons to full of dread to some,even within\ the F. Houck for?131.DO; one signed by C. H. Miller 750,000 acres of land. property which bad been np 02f THE PLAN'OF SINGLE NUMBERS.. on the day appointed board.

tot of the church,fell upon hit ear, and announed (- and P. B. Brokaw for $. -all..payable to R. H. praised at over $2.000.000, and it is believed that a in whichtbej .* ] V
holy preclneu Hall due 22d further assessment of from $ $10.00 share have been offered, For '
ttarUed ruse,that the tinto had come, which wax and December, 1856 with 8 per cent. to pa i 5,485 PRIZES ; furthf
aohil C '
interest from 22d Dec.i 1855. will be sufficient to finish the rt'd..t ( ., sale shall not b Jipt
.Alsaolift note signed
of trial calm faith- NE.nir OKE PRIZE
the TO
iobmlUo the terrlbl touchstone EVERY NIXE TIc!
to kad .sustained him amid the checkered scenes of ,: by G. E. Dennis for f 82.85, dftted about 22d Dec, I ,,. GEO. W.;CALL, Secr.Jan. i and no pnv'ai* entry* P1&.JC31U aTi ->< K3J.*.* MM,

Thick ,at that fearful hour,be looked out with an un- 1S57 and pRynb :on demand; b&. signed by J. I 9, 1858. 2-tf MAGNIFICENT SCHEME I J jTO mitted wt1 5--- --'- --
srthCVCfl Given under
Havis and Littlet- MWbitefor$122.50dated: my Eoote
20thDeo.
all the varied acts of his life as. one BE DRAWN XACH &ATCKDAT IN SOVUUJZll 4 t.
nched1owt upon
this of.
29U
by on with 8 cent. signed
in all la*Jong catalogue no one of them start up before him, per interest; one by Thomas W. 1. .. .".'Qo.nnOJ. ) .L.T -/--800'. : the 1'resident $ :
Schr. HKNRT .
Nurr WILLIAMS. By :
with credits .
Carr.
for oTer POO the -4
reducing principal THE A ,
like a poOty ghost to haunt his rartinp spirit; he turnedb I tokbout will sail for the abov pnrtwill'desp.tteb 1 . ; 6 -.'.'. ." ;700
f 11& R. H. Hall and .If' 4
tree with a triumphant sraiic;to the grave which was I I'f G. W. Moore for jlijof; one, j/art sjgned dUe J by one Fined by S. caving the greater port of her cargo engaged V 1 U :::: .3'I' .6"., . 600SCO. .. .HOIK* ,
-
to receive him. and"Ith the words of manly re- 1 II ;. : 4,000 'J V ,'W. .I .
$Joot opening I H. Whitaker and John Caooo for $120, due lit Jan, and going on board. For freight or passage : zV.'r
ipjation,'lingering upon his lips, launched his soul upon the I of the present year; one signed by Jnshna W. Saonders apply to McNAUGHT 4 ORNOMD. I" . 3,000 50 H : : 200 _O7cJ 1 ,,

nnlnwwa eternity which lies beyond it.Calm I for $527.56, p-iyable to F. E. Cam. dated 1st Newport, Jan. 9,1858. 2 1" 1.500 f 100 .." .125. entl S Jjantillast
pisrsoo
his exit hence: 4" 1,000 280 ry }
i was .
100
---
fell penUy the ground; t Jan, 1850, payn.ble-lstJan..18i7. with 8 per cent ;. to"any of the lands TATMIined4 troluMd,. f-
dews not more
Nor Night weary,worn-out winds expired so sotL" interest from date. One note signed by Jacob Eliot More Prices than Blanks Approximation Priztt. townships above J. do with Hoods, V 5

But.*!**! Leisgone-gone,if e"er lOul ascended, to mcet t in favor of John Dent for $160, past due, and a due 4 Prizes of$400 appro'g. to $70,000 prize are 11.600 the sq.me to the Printed Plash do -

r his kindred plrita In the Heaven of his love. I bill in favor of Frederick Icier for about $60, signed EVERY OTHER TICKET PRIZE I 4" tOO" 25,000 U.PO ceiver of the fend Basque Cloaca., --wt'

But though his days on earth are numbered, it is,indeed, I by W. N. Taylor. Payment of the above notes has 4" 200" Ib OO" 800 therefor dt soon' as Zonave Wrappe,!; 't" '4

; a consoling reflection that he has left to his children and been stopped; the public is therefore cautioned RegisteredMoney Letters at Qur Risk.CapitalrizeSQQOOO 4 'e 125" 7,000" 500 tic'e, and before the. Moire and Cloth Cloakj, io1 4.se

{ frieJldl\he inheritance of a name, distinguished for nil that against t radmg for the same. Whoever bus found 4" 100 If 5,009.' 400 ment of the public Rich Velvet do ,?4,', aiwD

{ truly peat and virtuous and good. To them now that bet i, or may find the Pocket Book and will return the pa 4" 'i6" 3.500" 300 tract claimed; Sable Black and Brow Sank furtSeitU- ''

ii gone the fame and pride and wisdom of the world, like pcrs to me, may keep the money as a reward. The 4 If 50" 1,600" \ 200 Children's. Fur Tippets and C3nakat4 "a4 '1

frost-formed landscapes, vanish in its blaze. E. B. 11.Mre. i pipers can be left either at the Floridian office or at I 5,000prizesof 20 are .. . . .100,000 Commissioner '- BUTLER A -DNHAM.45Oct.
t the store of James Kirlaey &Nephew. ANDERSON & SON'SON -- Jan. 16, 188. 17, 1857. 42 -- ,r sb
MATILDA CAMEKON, wife of Donald Cameron, I _
f 7th i JOSEPH B. CHRISTIE. LOTTEEI.Y 9I 5,490 Prizes amounting to. .. . .. $320,000 ._u m__. r'-'I'I L
in this ,
; died at her husband residence place January Co-Partne..M. 'N .t :
- ,; 1S5S,In lie 4Cth year of her age. I! Jan. 23.1S5S. 4 I I TIIK HAVANA PLAN OF SINGLE NOIBEBR.JASPEE I WHOLE TICKETS 10 ; HALVES $5 ; QUAHTEM $2$i.:0 i. HE undersigned bare this .. anteidb't, .; Ef S
--- )
\ SUe was born in Milton In tVnles and came with her parents i -- :..:- T V.-T- .
ACADEMY.LOTTERy.1 theWHOLESALE
Plows. / AY affect the partnership
; to thi country loon after she was grown. She em- COUNTY PLAX OF TIlE LOTTERY.The l\/T ; '
but the
i braced religion and joined the Methodist Episcopal Church FINE] LOT, various .ius, & RETAIL
A BY AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF GEO. Numbers from 1 to 50,000, corresponding Let those
D
; tbe.SOth September,1S52, afu-r which her walk was ever 1 for sale brMoNAUQHT V t-l ftt:
with those Numbers the Tickets
f /tl'VsenlfliGrd." "So religious duty was neglected by hi-r i ORMOND i CO._-_ _ ----- -- on printed on lIf'pIL- -: .udd.\hflJUD& W ,!_
CLASS GO, Draws lilt February 1858, rate slips of paper, are encircled with Email tin tubes D. E. .
for Ufbt and trifling causes. She knew at what cost they .: Jan. 23, 1668. 4CoPartnership
purchased and fully appreciated the spiritual! strength 1 __ __. CLASS If, Draws 15th February, 1858, and placed in one wheel. :,A.MES't& LIVEt:
were I The first 462 prizes, similarly and encircled Where They Can
printed
>. .
I
she acquired from their use. The genuineness of her conversion Notice. In public, at Macon: Gan under the sworn super-. in another wheel. 1J1 .V :
are placed
,and integrity of her Christian walk and characterwere iutendeuce of E. C. Bulk fY and Joseph Waterman, Goods of every d be pleased telNI.
questioned by none who knew her,for she adorned l"- : undersigned have this day formed a co-part-I Esqs. S The wheels are then revolvrd, and a number is times and the .atthhhtand4f'flRj.j"
TilE drawn from the wheel of Numbers
"
walk In life into which duty called her. Her last Illness : ", under the name and style ofI and at the same I.THEYwilJ wHl .1t 1a'M'1rifrt/tAW

was cry brief.but attended with much and very acute pam.We .- i My-or db G-O:1-)1an., Tickets $10;-'Haf-es 5j j Quarters 2 50. time Number a Prize and Prize is drawn drawn from out the other wheel.and The ; ArtJeJ..a i1A
I are opened exhibited -
aair her the night previous to her death.,and she assured I f nnd will continue the business in all its branches at to the audience, and registered by the Commissioners Adapted to the ; .. .. .f"P. AZi
Without Ded .
uction. '
soul which the most Prizes Payable ,
In her
)1.
there ra.a calm a peace dies dress two
that can
; ni j the Qld Stand of Towle & Myers, where they intend ; the Prize being placed against the number I I V .6. -
I excfiieiiliiig'paW could never dipturb not dl peL.lit. .her j keeping a full assortment of all articles appertaining *0,000 Numbers! 15,600 Prizes drawn. This operation is repeated until all the Prizes ted on a Scat : January 1.J858. : .
Only -
and from "
sufferings and death she strew comfort strength j to their branch of bcsuiesa, and hope by constant at- are drawn our.Approximation. R I -

coimuaion with,Go>T I iL :A grief-stricken husband, I tendon to met it. the patronage heretofore extended SCHE.ILE' : : Priux.-The two preceding and I Hate '1FINaotineiitof1t&S&CEfr

i{f: f.jur irreparable children loss,and but many not as relatives.those and that friends are without mourn hope their/ to the Lite firm. MYLRS.t f 1 Prize of. ... .. .. .. .. '.qooo. the two succeeding. Numbers to those, drawing the So gentle and with I alA" _
SELIM W. be to do
first 7 Prizes will entitled' to the 28 'rA pproxima.tion away Fan andnte&y1noDox.ctYzWooii r (
... .. 10OOI !
1
for they look forward with delight to a rapturous heavenly .J .
B. Prizes.
t R. GORMAN. For example if 'TICket
recognition and re-union with her above the skies. May "' : :. :;. ;.. .. .000. : No. l1i Odraws All j" ,#
Tallahassee, January 1, [16] 1858. S-t.f' the $60,000 Prize those Tickets .
i their"lasV end be like hers." B. ... 1" .. .. :::. :.. 2.000 numbered Buggies with Sept.19. 1857.. \ t .
l1g. 1.1249, U251, 11252, will each be entitled Tops -
1" ;;.. .. :. .. :. 1.000 to SULKIES
1 EDWIN A. HART G. K. CLARK, 1" :. .. ... ... :. .S 1,000 those$400.Tickets If Ticket numbered No. 550 draws.t $25,000 Prize, and 't''BO; t.i'
551 wm each
B48.v64.pr" 652,
. . .
2" 500 1.000
.4."t"torn.eya'tLaoogv {$ entitled to $300, and to on according to the above FALL& WDlT&B.AJL9.I..I4"..G. i
WATGH MAKER 2" .. . 600
10" .. .. .20Q 2.000 scherfle ._ Large ALTA and WfearSfbek' 1i 1ii hs1wlected.
Ib !
Florida. Prizes wilt
Tallahassee > OOO of$20 be determined
the '
Thj ,
1 00" . lob. . 1CoOO by 4j pontiff,or \J .- HODOKIS3 SCOTT',
WILL practice in tLe Circuit Courts of the Aid- .A.-n.d. 30vr e1er, 480 Approximations. .. .. 7.880 last fiiure of the Number that draws the $< OooOP ,lrom J Sept 19. is.'r. 38 .
For -
District and the Supreme Court of this OULD respectfully inform the ciJzena of Tallahassee 15,000 PrIZes of '8,50. .... .. ..12.500 ze. example, if the Number drawing the # 't
Slate andibe-Dulrid Court of the United States, nt W and the public generally that he has -- 60.000 Prize ends with No. 1, then all the Tickets :

TallahAMM. .jy:.Office over the Store of Messrs. taken the old stand of J. C. Hall t Co., wbere he is 16,600 Prizes amonnting to. .. $219,880 where tbe No. ends in 1, wiil be entitled to $20. If Of various sizes. FatfitoielCHANT '
tbe No. ends with No 2,then all the Tickets where .
G. t J.MegiuHia1. ted Arabian
to or
preparec repair the N c'. ends in 2 vffll be entitled to and "
Jan.SO;1858. 4. Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, Bauk Notes of sound Banks taken at par. to O. $20, so on the Secretary's : NO. 38.,-'P dlM,L'Wlw_ : sioT
--- ---
PIANOS RECEIVED. in a workman-like manner, and at the most. reasonable Checks on New York remitted for prizes. CefUflcVtes of Packages will be. sold at the follow- HameS!*. ,i> Ju '1) n- 3*' I.._
Address orders for tickets or Certificates of Packages Leather Behing, Kefcrt to G r. Brooms \: V
whici ia the risk .
I rates. Persons having good Watches lint fail i,. of Tickets rates :
F I to Certificates Package of 10 Whole Tickets. TriViJiS that George K.'WaJker,1.iq., 'frsnj-i ., S
$80
tJust aired run well from having been badly repaired, can rely .
SUBSCRIBERS received ANDERSON I Half 'I'I S {malia of the ,-
THE them at his alop.Ozr 10 ... 40 p
having put right
the most reliable houses in the United upon .5- Macon Savannah, Ga. 4)L T.J. Liqn,
State.five superior I : All word warranted if well used. .tfJI Jan. r. 1858. 4 "" 10 10 Quarter Ei..htl1." .. 20 in either pet sex Bags V J.G.Putnam.
-
I Jan. 16, 1858. X-ly -
,, PiANOS I In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose tbe proval x ; ; .; .; jE

-of Tarsus styles and prices. Persaoi wishing to FLORIDA RAIL ROAD money to our.address for the Tickets ordered on receipt Hemp and India Rc a.n-- .

Supply them lvell,will please call atMILES ADOLF SCHOLZ. RUNNING 73 B ILES. of which they will be forwarded by:first mail Leather anti Lacing ( J. J. ". .
NASH & CO. Purchasers can have tickets ending in figure they Remington,'fkq-Thotnaaville O o.
any
'Yi. .Tallahas .f'. Jan. SO 858. 5-tf GARDNER AND FLORIST, may designate.The Oct441S'7;? '' 4) 1 :Jl

List of Driwn Numbers and Prizes will be Road Waggons,
OA' CABBAGE HILL
.
wILti E. .AiID1lii_
NOTICE.
sent to purchasers immediately after the drawing. S > .
First out of town the Road. TRAINS LEAVE FERNANDINA
i I ( place on Brinbridge )
informs Purchasers will write their
fT>HE Subscriber recpectfallj tIle people J2f please signature SEWING 4-'t C SgxI7
JL of Leon coAty tLat be has permanently located I,. T AM prepared now to lay out ground, in the oewJL DAILY (Sundays exempted) for ""Starke" (near plain and give their Post Office, County and State.J3gr 1"c. ..
himself near ntreviB pop tl e.road leading from et style, by day or job work. I have on hand Pond) only 8 miles frem Fort Har ; Remember.tuat every Prize is drawn and Of all kinds J er y..

Tallabaueet3'I booaastUIe and will make,repair dcTrtf'aggoiiK ., I for sale a very fine assortment Shrubs,Evergreens, lee, connecting tri-weekly with 4 hor'e Mail Stages payable in full without deduction. EON, of New York.fcgf SOLICI ORIzYrEQUJTZ'ALtAJLL

Carts afi5 Bt I Fruit Trees such as Peaches, Pears, Apples and Figs ; fur Gainesville Mrcanopy.'Ocala; Tampa Bny and W All prizes of $1,000 end under, paid immedIAtely Gall and '
gies, also,Strawberries and Asparagus, fre. all points in East and Sotith Florida.. At Baldwin after the drawing-other prizes at the usual : ; i 0 .'j p 9" 5

on tbe Ulowinttenns, via : Tjrimg waggon Wbeela.l Jan.161858. 34wOats (the jupclipn! J the Jacksonville antI Alligator R jal) time of thirty deys. Tallahassee P ACTICES at Kfc Cwjrrt of Jackjon, WashingJL .

carts and Jja io'.atr 60 cents a wheel; repairing connecting with Stages for Jacksonville,. Alligator, All communications strictly confidential.V V ton and Franklin-in the SopttfpejUowfcjallii*.

wheel 12| et*.per spoke; 25.cts. a felloe; making &c. Tallahassee, and all points Middle For Address OrderS fur Tickets or Certificates to NEW GOODS !IF riannaand in the United States ,Dirtii&Wrt"at

and skeining azletre (2 00,for bounds $2.60 a pair ; '-. a S. SWAN & CO. Augusta Ga. -Ji l1iceK.,
Wsters f IJOO each $1.0 I BUSHELS superior Northern Oats, .t 'VLJTfO.Jr.ra )
tongue oonplbg : : .
; wagjron ; 300 :. 4, SCIf. t D U L E. {gy- Person Residing near Montgomery, Ala., or >; 4; 1 -. Ii S V
and 20 No. 50 "
50 eta.: pAinting dressing buggies $5.00' Ploughs,
pole ; ;; I Leave Fernondina daily (Sundays Atlanta. OIL.can have their orders filled and save Son:J.W.yle.D ktl'.Tailaliwe .
abaft f.SO spring ban 50 ct. l .15Nn..6O FALL )
ADd Buggy-all other work a in pair proportion; done in line. of f 65' No. 50 & 60 Plough excepted) at. .. ..V. .. .' .12, M. time, by addresafcg S. Swan & Co., at either of those H.L.Hotgen:Agent S"lllo.B.Bank.j -;.\ S V
: ny '
: Arrive at Starke at. . . .6, P. M. cities. ,ijy Bon.J..lFiDJey.Mad i*%? i.,1-
Points
r.iDer4; do to god order and at shortest notice. ,
D.M. BEVERLY. 4 dozen Hartford, Collins' Axes, Leav
.Jm.O.. 1858. 5-4 w For sale by O. & J.MEGINNISS. ) ott-\..<. .. ..".1. ... .'..',A. M.Arnf.eat the wbeel with the tunonnt .f the Prize that each Dtc. 12, 1851. .60-Gjn ,Siit. ,, T
Fernau mf at.'.'.'.'. .'.'. '8, J.M. ODe is entitled to, will be published after every drnwin S -Jr '

Jan.16,1858. S4t'Look Stopping Bald wrfv-otid Trail .Bidge tfi6 cros- i ':'in the following papers i Augusta (Geo ) Coo- .5. Heir: & Coles.;: :*pv 4

Noticers I ling of the New River Road)each way; aud eonoee-> stituiionaliist. Orleans Delta 'Mobile Register, TBE nndfrrsiftied i w .,
berbj giTs that .irer'. BeceiptXo.11,783 # at This dug at Fernandina with Steamers for both Savannah Charleston Standard, Nashville Gazette, Atlanta In FALL ; HAVE led for the aeafloi'rtelr.O Mftea* oj

.1. issued to me for *24 1J pid by me to the United I. THoSE who have not supplied tb m. and Charleston, going and returning. telligencer. New_ York Weekly Day Book Savannah which wants neither in t ., Cottar

Slates lot FracticBal Section No. 6, of Township with stock for the.preqent year, FREJGHT- Morning News, Richmond'Dispatch, New York Dispatch mbracln makellberal'wFC". -on cOdgkI1I1the. .' ,

WepLBgageNo.1Nortb and West, and dated would do.well to wait and see our lot before -_ .add Padding (Mist) Clarion. : ;.
t'l
at TallabaWe, September 21, 1854, has been lust purchasing elsewhere.! We navfe several fine Received by the Company's Agents free charge at Nor.'W, rC67. 48-ly Silk 4' Robes.4 a Quille, cere.nirKA I' ." '. .' 1..(I

AC destroyed and that said eatry of land havicg been pair of horses, well broke arid also several A No. 1 all the stations along the route and furwaided to Brocade Flouoce4 LARGE '.

canceled by the General Land OiSoe, it is.nay iniention single harness horses which we will offer for sale on Fernandina, Savannah or Charleston, as may be directed. -- Canille Eayadiere. : W. .tiip.RR4> eej"d by *** 'i?*!, r.

to apply for,tbe re payment of the purchase the most reasonable terms .. Dee.. 26,1857.GEO W. CALL 62, Secretary F. R. R. China Striped.? '.Glae l *; ; .. :: : ier.i-5e l DOUo.t.Ji 1II .
Signed,;' DEMPSEY TAYLOR Weather permittin&we wuTbe in Tallahassee on March 2l .
money. Satin Pla'd Poult de : IS
.. 90 1858. w or about the ISUi or 20th inst BILL
.
ROAD
Hotice. S-tf BE being DOW complete some Thirteen !
16,1858. & )leave to inform tbe .. -
.4 .. Miles. Company will receive Cotton or other RECEIVEB4
pursuance oT an crder ef the Hon. J. Wayles : and vicinity; that be propo8ieo freight Station ope where an Agent of the Company 01? Ztttt

IN Baker Judge of the Cu-cuitCocrt of tbe Middle DENTISTRY.THE ; ofieo'.a' cler t .gctfonl ; fir the ia located to receipt.for Wy freight brought C fi J-V-o V ii ii ; .

Circnitof Florida,in the case of George W. Jones lr1s etwn; oyoutb'.ll.Hayirg'had: : considerable experience there for transportation to Tallahassee or St.Marks. 'OF RPA Stroller Jn Europe t S

aod 'WIfe c.At7vLfThhti: 1I in.fjzk V
Valenceae .
Thompson ioiatratriz.of WillTam Thompson. d. and: onfentflied nergv to merit a share of public (Tuesdayrand Fridays)::1'v3ngtba Depot at Tallahassee DR. KA4'IiS : .-.. :' ,

cusei, taq und.mijned' Com'nnssicfrfen?will f Bell atpublie patronage. Th'greatest care will be talc en with at 2 f o'clock, and arriving at Station No. 1, BONNETS, MEMomS.I, .. .&V :...

., sale, io the feigjhest bidder, before the COOt those committed to my charge, both in regv'd to P. < G. R. R, at 31o'elock'P..M, and leaving Station The ,signed 1V .R 'f2 tiy

rause door in Tallahassee on the lit Monday in progresc arid morals.: .. 1, at 4 o'clock and arriving at the Tallahassee Public generally, to his t. IT
.. .
March next tb* following described land, to.wit- As complete and thorough ,an education will-be. Depot, at 6 o'clock. Gents and Youths V & ,' S
,,.. .d
E i of V W J.IT W1 ofJfW };'Sec. Town. 1. R given as can be.qbtained at any other Institution in Through Frtiykt between' Station No.1, (Chains,) Geata and Y ; J e; I'Jv. :L ;

,t i N*Ef E i offi W iS S 4 of If W;J.- 'KT? 4of the State, and af soon as the patronage will warrantable and& Mark*:-On Cotton. 16 'ceuts per Bale.- .> ; ,' ...: .'II'or, A + *tib.; .

N" 1? Sef&T"R2.N..E; SRi of liE and competent assisfcnU will procured. In On other,popd SO tenth per 100 pounds. .. b: BOOTS : tr'-3J ..b'W"

1.SR'lN&EE; i of S W i See 25.T.Z.N&E connection with the SCHOOL a class for Belief Tallahassee and Station Ei,. 1-On Cotton PLAN V ; ,tof}' S

; SZ4ot8Ei,8.e6T2Rl; undersigned gives notice that he intends vis BOOKXENawill 25 cents per,&le. .On oUjer goods 12 i cents perAcheequato5ctapersule..wiUbemade ; JolI '.1.;'" .'. t t'l t.rr.. ..tut .
JT & z/ccAtsanog 440 acres more or lew and lying Quincy professionally several times during be commenced and those pupils desirous of embracing Eereeyi otev 'u .JL .., .

in tfa'ecomjty of Leon., 'Also 10 acres of land ad- the present year,where be will beTpleaaed to wait on a commercial life, will be,fully qualified to S to passengers to and fromfthtj tenntnos. of the road. Saluda StnpeA .' 7 .
i34t
johuoc'the abs tret d'aaafl tfact io the southern all those who may be in want of ba services. enter upon the duties of the Counting Rsom. .OOTTpN Wfll be received at Ole,00000 ig 'of the Marlboroug St.ipea

pert of L/eoq/ aofatjy belonging i4 the Estate of Teeth inserted on the Cbeoplaatic Iheeuiproce. Classic and Higher Branches of English per County-lme.roaa. Plaids, Q mt ."": .. .-. STIIl1aSgood

V..L-Tft>omrj6o: '.deceased,. Terms of aalfr Tca hand entirely'new, which surpasses "anything" jet discovered Term ef Fire Months...$25 00 100 P\1IJ r$ F.'H.Ft IGO, SectV.Nov. 'Heavy Cotton : P .e.

be balaooe so one and.two qna. aonual instal- for fall Setts. Hundreds of the best certificates Primary Department. .. ........ IB 00 .28. 1857.' 48 t i.H cd'D..d4b'- .. .._.. ''.
m .'with 8T er cent raUresLG.O.TOWNSE5D can be shown in iU favor. Will be in Quiney oo Th exercises of the SCHOOL will commence on dosneffca, : aroe.r'' :

; l lTHOS Monday, February the lit and will remain till the HONDAYJanaary4.b. 1868. ? 1IIE ICAL NOTICL 1lr eacied ) : :

.J.ROBERTS. 10th. rf S P.P.LEWIS.Jan. Any rofonmtion required can be obtained by ap.plication ..' '0 ting .. br Stoes, .
OBN D.1. HOUCK, J Oom L Dr: .t It.zBM1 .. OA ni JIoota-aa
IC, 1888.. S-tf to the subscriber at him fn-Jdence or at the ., '; ; .J :, fr 'JJoth..1'eDcJ' V
f VB. Store oi OoL K. H.Baaar. ,
If
._. Ji 'q"i CONTINUES to offec bi PcofewionaL Servittjj to V .B 1I.'TbreeJ AU JtIdeltelir W .
'elL DVlJl5o. D. D. CLAYTON.Dec. ,
.' For Sale. ,4 of Centreville and adjoining neijrh- .';L'lHot .
ILL ba sold at private sale, the following article 6, 1857. 49WE S borbpod. .Reeideoct changed to *'Ti01Iio. AH of fte abort i t S

heri1ff Bt1e; W of foraiturt, at low'prioM.-t : at hi\ residence. 1, rI !trpoa d'.good terms as Jrftport..NOY'llbJi ._ .
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lar..F 1.rt pfiff McElry, James L. TBoeewcod mafMe 1 Koftwood Bofk,- < OeL1'j,1itr.,.. .;
PIp r1HM* JTe-cUfjodauU; X' baTe I Wuh d 1 Roww'd Centre-Table] wefald call the attention of our friends and .: m'l'iz ;ni.uir.sJ!' nA

.JnW, p!o i4 Witt xpo i Jbr'.sale, beotetb. 1 Toilet Bnreao, s" I.Fine Hat stand. public generally;to.our present. Large'and' I c(1 WQt8oxea R.' V t4t.. 1111
*% well selected Assortment of .
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'tI9 j_ I. I1I a joJrareb. 1818. the -Tbe artieles are aa as oew,. and of tttenoet FRE.GtBDEN SEEDS. 10-Qoarter. .." ". TO'tti, i health ; S
.s I! 'eS.oU.E: i and beantiftil material aDd fine I V ". or - S FQqL.
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rare workmanaliip. Our Buds are procured 1io CJo1d'Climate Box '. &c.-. -S
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. _. bti" ... .Cards beerUd atflO per tm noo receiving.my Fall andffiadtr svp II.aIIo_ it'idtaUaS'abka good Bbefcsmith. -. 'AEASOtfABLE'TERMS, ;, A PLEND1D.ime; '. Pmtkrj
Shop*when be vfilhcr.bar*-.an kiads of : Tind.WoodStov etrlmjB a witbneatts. are-
.!... p-.ih"-4d _C aat.a the number ply of Cloths, Cassimerrs, Vesting, fe., oj :Plantation work Hem shoeing.aed G rriaf*work lathe och ail carriagv pidntlnf sad tnmmmg{ tnaklag new aDd durability,at reduced price. .re.. ,
bust manner and with promptness and diepateh. boggle aad Wltfrtje,and all kinds.1 pajriag.. Baying mended
very as'
Ilt..w fetUd aid .Color and Dpbr W odr. tr.1
:1" ., drsd Every Style Quality, procwed ft first fate Out ,
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f .. d I ef legal .r which I am prepared to make up in the most November 185*. 44 Carriage and Trimmer,. Roofing sod TIn,Ornamental Conducting Front Pipes Sheet Gutttring.Lead..Sheet Copper Cure-alls, but simp11 '

.[ LasI. be enm t.1a..Inni&c lee II. 'fashionable style, on short notice Carn.. Buggies, and liarneno, from New York 'the undersigned U prepared to do Zinc Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pomps. Shop Work

.., -.t.II.'-:' AND REASONABLE TERMS For Sile by,r. B. firekaw* this kind of work a* well cad ia the latest style as it of every variety done at short eetiee. what their name 'purports
can be done at the North. '
Merchants
' -ALSO- THE: Subscriber just received All those who have this kind of work to do, and :City and Coaatry '

lt. A LAb a.AHD WXU. 'ELECTBD-.TeCJt', OF large supply of Carriages wish it done b a maaacn that, will not fell to give Arc respectfully invited to give me a call Ufoie pur .
; Boggtea and Harness,which he_offtnfortale satisfcction world do well to call ebaatof ebjewbere. The
r VERMIFUGE
.; : the moat reasonable term. ooWM.KUHN9. :fcr
, READY-MADE CLOTHING, oo CF N.B.'AH article mandketned from the very ,

. : ; OoDStsting of every garment suitable for winter wear No'remb.r18,1U4. .49 May 2. '6'7 ,18 best material and warranted durable. .No other arti Worms

such aa Cloaks Tabnae Coats,Veels, Pants Ac,4e, MILES NASH & CO. le will be offered for sale.- expelling :rfixan:
,t..r'l: which will be disposed of at low prices.- Piano Fortes.are October 20. 1865. 42
Also a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts Collars Dealers in Drugs, MedIcInes, &0. the human system,. ,Has

f."ff. .,; U Undershirts Cravats Stocks Hosiery, Ac,Ac. TUsT reeehred from Hew,York per bark R.H.Gam- prepared to furnish PianoFortes Wines, Syrups, &c.
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out-fit will consult their IT'Tn1 of the very best quality, also been
Jv Those desiring a thorough tl We a general assortment of articles in our line administered
i''. ewn interests by giving me a call as all the above articles such as Oils of almost every kind Burning Fluid upon the most liberal terms. O LD Otard Brandy, &parkliorCid.r.Old ,
have been selected with great care and with a White Lead Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of They are second to none in any country either as Port, Old Port Juice, with the'most satisfactory

Ii. H special view to theiradaptatioa to this market. bert quality, Putty Brushes Potash Soda Sparkling to quality or price. Madeira, Brandy Cherries,
Sardines
October 18. 1868. ly-4J Gelatin,London Mustard French Brandy(very best,) Every Instrument will warranted.MILES NASH for medicinal Spices Lemon ,
Pepper Sjrop
purposes '
;; D1II" idvelv NEW STORE-.HEW GOODS. Inks Quinine Peruvian Bark.Fluid Extract Buchu 8 Flavoring Yeast Powders Extraets., Tamarinds Pears, subject to Worms.
' At.and a general assortment of Popular Patent
=:' *: HATS joat received tbs fcDowing.Targe and well w3zi 'DAJUI tt KIIR KK, Medicines. We keep none bat the yery best and India Rubber Belting. Spanish Olivet, Spices, The LIVER PILLS
Starch Pickles for
Corn
.d assortment of BRUSHES, which are merit
to ,
hope
TAUOB8. your patronage.MILES LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Belting of Salad Oil
MERCHANT WoruatenhireHavu. ,
1 dfXi&lscUuresaob&UItuEniu be at-- A
can
er NASH 4 CO.
two three and four ply warranted fully equalto Mustard the of lIVER
English Capers cure COM.
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-.. forded any Soptbere Market vis: AID DXALIKS Uf / If arch 29, 1866 18WAKULLA'molf
and 75 cent in fact considered -
Leather
, per cheaper; Claret, Coeoa..AYES
Faint Bribes,groond from 0 to 000000
READY-MADE CLOTHING by those who bare tried then,superior to Leather 4 %' Y.Januaryl. PLAINT all BILIOUS
. .. di .do do Copperbuuod from No 1 to I, WORKS DERANGEMENTS
aO Al'fDGENTLEMENS' All sixes from 4 to 14 inches wide constantlyon 1856.Livery .
Wbfe Wash Brushes of grades aod sires ,
:Now Port F1a. hand by D.LADD.
Wiocbw do Hooedo FURNISHING GOODS SICK HEAP-
42 ,
'-.:' Shoe do in pain aad with top knots. -. r Tbii Eitibliihraent is Now Under fall Blast Newport.Oet.18,1856. and Sale Stable.

Sea Boot Bath Brush, Town for Sale. ACHE &c.Purchasers
Property .
. SUBSCRIBERS are now opening at -- rpHE undersigned gives uoX .
4e Velvet doHene THE
a Hdr Flesh do curved and plain Store next to Messrs.G.A J. Megio-I tbe deatb.of Mr.Pond Mr. OEO. 8. Kixo undersigned offers at private sale the follow- lice that be baa purchased -
Diu well selected Stock of Fall and Winter SINCE all communications therefore THE Stable of_ will
plea
Tooth Hair and Nail Brushes ia great variety, a charge; described property, known as tbe Jra vis Lots the Livery
lafcaVado d* Goods suitable for relative to work Ac, xhould be addressed to him. via: Lots Nos. 8,25,27,30,48,14014I, 142, 148, William H.Newsom,fa Tallahassee,together with the be

Bern d. Flesh Gloves GENTLEMENS" WEAR, All work coming under the bead of this business 144, 226,227. 280, 23 ,UO, 241. 2U.,243, 244. 24&, good will of tbe establishment and that he is now particular to ask fot

.... Wire borad Stencil Brushes oDuslmg in part of French and English Cloths, Cnssimeres will be promptly mechanically and neatly execnted 248 246,250, 252, 263 254 256; 257,258, 268, nil prepared to carry on the business in all it. I rancbe, f Dr. McLane's
4o do marking: de and vesting of the latest style and best quality at as modera.1t a charge as price of labor, Ac, -willjustify. in the original plan of the city Tallahassee. and promises the public with good accommodationsin C. 's Celebrated

lion bound Roof do which they are-prepared to make up to order ina -ALSO- his line oo reasonable terms.
This Establishment is not kept up for the purpose RICHARD SAUNDERS. I VERMIFUGE and
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Usadl.Sb do workman-like and fasbkfttable and RIASOXABLX
t manner, on Lots Nos. 7 in S. I
1.2.3.4.1.6. Connty
Poooah aDd Lackering do Txaxa. Also a good assortment of making money, (sirange to say) as dear bought qr.A Sep. 6,1856 36
Guilders and Combs experience has demonstrated to me, it cannot be donein L s o- I LIVER PILLS
, tips Graioieg I prepared by
READY-MADE CLOTHING ,
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' I OsasTs Hair aad Badger Blenders, this region at this branch of business-but for the Lots Nils. 4. 12. 13. U, 16, ?2, 25, 39, 40, 48, fll Notice.SIX .
.: do do Pencils consisting of Fine Black and Colored Cloth Frock benefit of the unfortunate who happen to bare Engines fi'i,in the South J County quarter.The .

" Shaving Brushes-.Badger,Buffalo aid Bristle Coats Fancy Cassimere Business Coats Black and and such like to repair. above described .property formerly belonged months after dare tbe onderagned? executor I ?t.i.iAO

f Hat do Colored Radians and Over Coats, Black and Fancy The Pattern, Btoelc Jtfacliintry' Tool, Jte., being to Gov.Brown. For further information and,terms the estate of Thomas Reynolds dect'l1ledlatt : .cm.u1! .

* Together with a large lot of Paints and Painters Ma Doeskin and Cassimere Pants Figured Grenadine Large, in Order, and Good Condition which will be liberal,apply to A.Perry Amaker, Esq of Leon county, will present his final accounts anti '
. terials.Nov. and Fancy Silk and Cassimere Vests. ] Job can be Turned Out with Attorney at Law,Tallahassee. vouchers to the Hon.Judge Probate of said county SOLE PROPRIETORS, Pittsburgh

IS6'1. 47BLACESIHTHING -ALEO- A'eatntts and Uixpatch. CHARLES MANNING. and ask'to be discharged. I

Polliec, Plumber Until sold the abut property will be for rent. JESSE AVEKI1T, Executor. I Pa. and take no
for
Shading Boxes Hangings
:: A good assortment of black and fancy silk cravats Sept..12, 1857. 37-6m ,
and ties shirts, merino sUkjvnd cotton under shirts, Shaftings Spar Gearing Water and Steam Pipe, A. PERRY AMAKER.
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--0- collars socks gloves Ae. Stop Cocks Gauge Cocks Grate Bars,Plow Castings February 18, 1856. 7-tf Notice.SIX r other, as there are various

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.j _I_ FliTS having been dissolved -. I unknown to the community and they pledge Gust Mill Gearing Circular and Upright Saws, &. Notice.SIX Months after date. I shall preseftt &iy final ac other preparations now

the undersigned notifies his themselves to give satisfaction to all who may favor Ac. da. Generally kept on Hand or got np on Short Months after date I shall as executrix of the and ronchers,to the Hon. Judee of Probate
" i .W eastomere and the public generally that be has them witk their patronage.' Notice. In }Fact Here it tbe Place for all that Want Benjamin Johnson late of Jefferson I Jefferson county, as administrator with the before the public, purporting

.' t waae arraogemrats with D.Wilson, by which be WEBER, Work in this Line Done up Right and with Dispatch. Florida deceased render final Will annexed of tbe Estate of Mary Saltonstafl. late
county accounts
. t lakes the shop formerly occupied by him under the L. DANNHEIMER. HaTing some ball a dozen Engines myself constant- and apply to tbe Honorable Thomas my J.Chace Judge .of said comity deeeaied and ask for a discharge from to be Vermifuge
*, Ir running,caused tbe Establishment to be ereeted- said admJBistration.
t Sept. U, 1857. S9-tf the tame cause must keep it Therefore can of Probate of the Court of Probate ef said county, JOSHUA Admt'r ie. and Liver
up. you TAYLOR Pills. MAll
: BL B. Fitts & Co for a discharge from further administration of tbe said .
always rely on baring work done it the estate. SARAH A.JOHNSON. N... 1, 1857. 45-6m .

. ,J aa4 Is aew prepared to execute all work does ia A. B. CLARKE WAKULLA IRON WORKS. Montieello Nev. ', 187. 45-6m others, in comparison

their line ef business, vis: II Notice.SIX .

Shoeing, Ironing and Re- IS now receiving his Fall and Winter Stock of Dill Here Comet the Next Important Thing. 78,000 Havana Segars, I Months after date I shall as execcter of the with Dr. MCLANE'S, arc
suitable forMEMS'
. : O.flttrH Carriages and Bug I'\ Goods PAY PAY !!! PAY !!! tbe following favorite brands now in Store Charles T.J.:ingeltoD. late of Jefferson worthless.

. :, Plantation work of 8... W-EAR OF and for sale by AMES A LIVELY. county Florida deeeased, render my final accounts -
You will send to New York and Baltimore tbe Hon.
discription Philadelphia i and apply to Jndge of Probate of
and every i consisting in part of French and English Cloths,Cassi- and hare work done, without for a moment 4000 Ho Young America I, saidcounty, for t discharge from further administration The GENUINE McLane's
JtfsZZ Inns repairing same, Ironing Wagons meres and Vrstings of all colors and of the best qual dreaming of credit but here at home, where there are 3000 Napier of said estate.

-'.. and Carts, ity which be u prepared to manufacture to order on no BAnks or Banking facilities or surplus capital, jon 6000 El Mundae Neva Londrts, CHARLES J.SINGELTON Vermifuge and Liver'

aad I. fact every other dneriptiea of work made of the most reasonable terms and in the most want 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 years credit aDd then require 8000 5000 Empress La Eugenia, I Qualified Ext'r. ,

Steel all .f which to ride from 50 to 500 miles for and proba- Isletas Nor. 1857. 430mNotice Pills n'ow
; Irea aad we WAaaAirr.and pledge FASHIONABLE MANNER one pay 4000 Old Figaro, 28, can be .had. .at
from 10 to 25 cent of
.In.1e execute at the shortest notice.H. bly ultimately expend per 2000 MoriMffi-as,
-. amount in collecting! Is this right! Ts this encouraging -
B. ''. Together with a general assortment of 10000 La FavonrJta all respectable' Drug
I I'e .14.11:T. 1-IJ BEADY-MADE CLOTHING Home Industry? If so, can you be surprised 000 And sdes Rivtu, ,
that; it does not thrive persons bavmg demand sgfrJmt foe estate ot .'
1 that will compare favorably with any stock of Cloth. Arrangements must be made for payment before 10000 La Fontica, ALL 1 B. Hart, deceased late of Jefferson Stores.

Notice. ing ever exhibited for sale u this city consistIng of delivery of work through some House Iu this place, 1000 El De Orion, county are notified tr present them to tbe undersigned FLEMING BRO'S '

THE nKlersigned has made arrangements wltb H Fine Black and Colored Cloth and Frock Coats St.Marks, or Tallahassee that is far enough from 12000 Regalia Londres administrators within the time prescribed by law,or ,

Fitts U take charge of his Blacksmith Shop Fancy Cauimere and Bearer Frock and Business borne. 2000 Eleecion.Oet.17,1857.. they will be barred; and all indebted are requested 60 WOOD ST., PrrrsBuuouPi. .

. *ad heads aDd solicit fur the new firm the parroa-- Coats You may be good, but we cannot run after oar 4* to make payment immediately. .
age.f hk eld customers. D. 0. WILSON. Blaak and colored Cloth Bearer and Pilot Over- bard earnings m this Department. Besides when STIROTO B.HART l Sole Proprietors

r. 14.un., T-ly Sack Surtouts.Raglan' Labor is credited out parties try hard to nuke themselves DENTISTRY.DR. THEOPHILUS HART, f At. IS. SCOVIL.t MEAD.

r .Black and Fancy Doeskin and Cassim eve believe it is not half done, because they qwe De!. 10, 1&51. 518wNotice No. hCMrlenSt.N'YOrltan', ,.
JETNAINSURANCE Pants for it. T J. CUR LEE Oeocml Wholesale egmt fur the Soothers State,.*

Best Grenadine, Barathea,Satin and Cloth Vests DANIEL LADD. continue, in fntnre, the prac whom all orJers must he a ddrPtll w. '
. CONPANYOF Fancy VeTnt.Casnmere, Silk and Cashmere do., WILL in South I Sold Ames E. 'Barnard.- Jir. Uftr .
New I'or July H, 1857. 28 of DENTISTRY I Months after date. the undersigned ndmfnis- by AJJvtlv. .
White Silk do. Georgia and Middle and East Florida. SIX Nash & Co, Tallahassee, FLLj J. S. M. Dmvise*
HARTFORD. Gents'Shawl, Dressing Robt, Fine Shirts Silk of tIle estate of Mary /J..&%eau. deceased .
seveial ) in the Garttaer & Mills. W. .T. ary
He has had years practical experience Quiney; Newport;
The Extra
Original Quality late of Leon county will present his final accounts and
and Under-shirts
Merino
Cotton .
: profession, the last three of which has been in those ter t Co, Waukeenab; J&OHI,.4! F pev lfsdis v
IlurperUe4 fa 1819.__Chtrter Perpetill.0 Canto Flannel and J*>:2tis Drawers. Touchers to'tbe Honorable Judge Probate, of raid ?hell,
CORN STARCH. sections of country. JIia work is of tbe most beautiful -- Palmer Bro,Montic llo. S.Pulesten. Mont
and ask to be
. LSO- character and satisfaction is county discharged. W. 4 Co CbaUaLothee-;,BaUxeB V.idr
CASH T>REPARED expressly for Puddings Ice Cream, and durable guaranteed THOMAS J. PERKINS, Admt'r. Rogers ,
<, CAPITAlV-81,000,000. A general assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and JL Cakes Bance Mange Custard., Pies Porriges in every instance. July !5, J857. 20m on, afa/ianna! ; Niclwtou JL2 JiJ er. BaiubrWge,Oa
Montieello. Fin will D.H.Di kimoD.Banbrxlge t.SeJ'U,TbmU"111W
XactUXX10UJTST LOeSUTD D1MJLOIBT TItl, Satin Stocks Ties and Cravats, Collars colored and &c. Received fresh by AMES 4 LIVELY. All communications sentttf ;
white Kid and Silk Buck and Lisle Threaddo. 0.t. 1.18S7. 42 receive attention as soon as previous engagementswill Oa.
. '_ : OXTXKXt ADAPTED TO THX HAZAID, Gloves Tallahassee Sash and Blind YebruarJ' %l 1857, .31J'A
,
. : ,XKD 0058I8TK5T WITH THX Li.TfOT ,Ladies Gauntlets superior Linen, Cambric and In the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit of permit. __ _
FAOTOB.
Y. '
, COJCPETSATIOX. Silk Handkerchiefs Brown and Fancy Cotton Lisle 'e. w L:1.'V.e1'T
; B. C. LEWIS Thread and Marino | Hose t., ke. CALL AND Florida. XKFXRXKOXa : THE undersigned adop&Lols method informing :
,: Agent, BUY. Enoch H.'Forbes,and his wife 8u-' Gov.M.S.PUtT, Florida. public,that be has recommenced the above TA1JA8EE,1LORJJ- ?' r.l

.'. ForTallahasseand n Dity. October 18, 1856. 42 san Catharin. Forbes, Hos.J.L.StwAKD, 1Hex. business m the city of Tallahassee and would be WholeaaJ sra*RetailD1ars'i* .
.*. i; .. : ap$, 181?. SS .. P.Eo LoYEo fThomasvnie.C*. pleased to receive the patronage of his friends. Slop fill

GREAT ALE OF William C.Sannders Executor,and I Ho5. W.B. DawoaTH ) at the Rail Road Depot. I. W. BOrTiitT. DRUGS JJTB XXDICDTES.PerfnnwTT .. JA

.1. .:. From New York, Esther B.Rose .. tbe l In Leon eonnty Rxr. W. E. HAKH.TOX f J JHoir. .ontice 11 o. JI1 L r March 7. '67. 10EXECUTOR'S :DtetlnfV,. ftandeal lo.ttui1Cat::'

". PER> BRIG REMINGTONT g School & Seminary Lands. last Will and Testament of Joseph In Chan .J.C.lIcGmz, I F1a. Spieea,'Snuff,- "Wiodows ,.,.a.."
MadUon'
, is hereby given that in pursuance of Miller deeeased William cery.C. COL. B. C.Pont \ .NOTICE.IN Olio Vanishes,Putty Msu f et ie CRUSHED Sugar. OnioDsJ NOTICE: will off'edor sale at public auction alltLe .Saunders, James Miller Joseph Gnr.M. WRIT SMITH Alligator,Fla. pursuance of an order of the Hoo J. Wayles and Glass Ware Pa&ellt1tediciAfJ.'.'
. Rio Oo., Miller Daniel McCauley April 126. '57. 17 Baker'Jndge of the Circuit Court of the Middle FIDe Soaps.FIlM Tooth Pare Wi&t. aid ttt&Bn
,. I hvdtred Jara SEMINARY LANDS, Thomas Chirk and his wife,Mar Circuit of Florida; tbe undersigned Executor of the and Hair Brashes, :for 3fedoaal,patpMea,

i Bee Hire Syrup, Starch, ALSO ALL THE- tha C.Clark, and John Miller. FULTON FOUNDRY last Will and TmUment; of Thomas Henry Averitt, I Paint Brushes 7dt Attiele .

} Dried Apples, Soap, SIXTEENTH SECTIONS, IT appearing to the satisfaction of ibe Court by affidavit deceased will sell we following real estate at pnblic Garden Seeds, Dlfte fltaa S.jar '

t'i- I Rite Pepper, ,made and filed in this cause that Wm. Tallahassee, F1a. outcry to the highest bidder before the Court-boose They have reeeatljr reeerted a.JL>//..!oji tl. rlld
and lands selected to deficiencies therein
supply ly
White Beans, Ginger, 0.Saunders James Miller Joseph Miller Daniel door in Tallahassee,on Monday the let day of February npply of every yamlj .f.af0rfe. usually kept bj
. named
Market ing and being u the Counties hereinafter at UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the
B.tf
Ynlton Alspiee and John Miller THE and the E of the ista. PlaBters-amf QI lad
McCauley, Defendants in the Bill next to-wit : The N' J $ drog Pijsxiaas always
the times herein specified Tbe sale of the lands lying that bare associated themselves in
Oil they
. &3.nitis, Swest filed in the above stated cause,reside beyond the jurisdiction S E i.|Section 24. in Township 1. Range 2, Nand at this esiabJa&sDent e fwD strpt Iy.f nerf&mf ite
in each will take place before the door of business, under the name and style of
r p sa*. Sperm Candles county ef this Court and beyond the limit of the E. and the W i of the N W.Jof Section 19Jn Town ded and ea the most Goenl tef me 1.
the
;: FMAah.tfaeearoDi. Adsjaantbc Caailes, sale Court-bouse will in which therespeeLinl1lie. The State Florida, but within the United States: It is forty, Baya & Co., ship 1,Range 8, N and E,containing 220 acres more Orders from tie Country prempljofiTIed. af sat>sfstion .

P! Green peas, commence therefore ordered that said Defendants William C. for the purpose of following the trade Founder and I .r Jets.'all lying and being in the County of Leon gToarasteed,with regard both pries and qnali

Mac. .Aaparagoa, In Madison County, on Monday the 12th of Saunders James Miller, Joseph Miller Daniel MeCanley Machinists,and are prepared to execute aU .kinds of vxl State of Florida. JESSE AVERITT, ExtV. tj.. PbTiietM's prescription*a fonycompoMo'.d. *

Fiekle assorted Tomatoes April next ; and John Miller appear and answer said I work appertaining to this business. Steam Engines Dec 19, 1857. SI Also Eppmg's eompoood fluid Extract of Bucks. ,

: Xaiebat Y 4Powdr, Carrent Lobsters.Jelly, In Columbia County, on Monday the IOtA of BIO on or before tbe first Monday.in May next 1888 I furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction. -- Ja> 5. ISSue, _

April next otherwise the Complainants' Bin shall be taken as Sugar Mills and Castings of all kinds made with Notice.THE -
ALSO- ; confessed against them. Provided, That a ef CfrcuiS wsi
neatness and Plans .
copy dispatch. and estimates furnished I
In Alachua the 26th six months after will
County on Monday of undersigned date
ftseral Mortmcat of Teas. this order be published in a newspaper printed in of all kinds of Machinery and Engineering. Theyare pre- i T/f TELCH A GRIFFITH'S and BOB A GO'S
Hoo. of Probate of Lean
to Judge
. County
,#r\. .. -ALSOM'r.y. Aprtl next ; Tallahassee Florida once a week for four months also sole agents for Hoard A Sons Steam Engines their final accounts of the estate of Alfred M.Gatlin I V V Circular Saws,from.41,to 54 inches size, COBgtantlj -
In Levy County, on Thursday the 297 of preceding the said Rule Day in May A.D, 1858. for Ginning Cotton Grinding and Sawing and Har for sale at ia,'..o nmission oo mannfaet Brer's
and
aawrted ask for the adminis-
.aswrtmmt of CA5DY.Terak deceased a discharge from
; Ordered at Chambers this 29th day of December
rison's Grist Mills for steam horse
next I JXLADIXNewport
April ; or power. .by
R.H. BIRRY. tratioa of said estate. prices
by
AYLES BAKER
A.D 1S57. J. -
: 8ep&" 1I17. 59Caution In Marion County, on Monday the 3d of May Jan., 2. 186S. l-4m Judge. JOSEPH WILLIAM CARDY, SARAH A.BETTON. Extr"x I December 10* 186 11

BAYA, ,TURBTJTT R.BETTON Ext'r.'inright9tbis .
next ,
: ; JOHN CARDY. I j ,fluid
,
In Ser County, on Thursday the 6th of .Seed Rye and Oats. May 80,'57. 22-ly wife. _,_ :
May next ; Sub ciiber will bare atMr, D. C. Wruova' S.pL6. 1857. 39-4rd' F i StlPEBIOB QTJAUTT.tf rewft I and
A LL*eraooi Bra bereby oottSed cad cautioned THE O .
. JgaJpt tradiag for two promissory NOTES ofkaad In Hernando County,on Monday the 10th of ,in this place in a few days a lot of SEED III the Circuit Court Jefferson County. for isle by AXES :. OVXLT.'
Notice.SIX *
RYE and two kinds of OATS for sale-the BLACK Januaryal,1857. ; _
,OM fir tenD htlDClrecl doDfrs the other far May next; Smith '
OAT fine grain.cultivated here fora number Simkins, Trustee, &c. Months after the
date
kfct boodrsd ,
. '
'.. er.t* '.Hfeoiea.bearer, vneof them due the of May next; > here from the Mo in tains Yirgina. The The heirs of Abram Mott f Bill for relief. ,,Jt ef Gadsden county,will present our final : ft PURE of the calibrated,*Brands' B

" firsi.jr Jaoetry, 16t,'aad the other due January, "In Mcmatetf COJlnly, on Tuesday the 10th of i, latter sowed from the first September to the fifteenth Augustus Mathers, et al. j accounts and vouchers to the Hon:Judge ot Probate THRESH Clark.to Co.ct :

1S .. The comideTitioo fbrwbicb these said Notes May next. D. S. WALKER, If Nerember I have little doubt would make sn-eri- IT appearing to the satisfaction of this Court tha of said count/and ask'to be discharged. For sale by: AMiSilJYILY

:. '. -lC' VIed Called. : are deter- Register or winter pasture, to anything I ever saw. It is sow Augustus Mathers one of Defendants in the THOMAS SMITH, ) -April 5,1858. 14 i *! II'*
:b =r'5 lf patibMTalcis eai lJ'by law.CLAEKSEYx A-c. ed in Virginia, after tbe wheat .seeding is through above entitled cause, retldes beyond the limits of lbs JOHN H.SMITH,. fAdmtn.QuillCY .
Jan. 1&58. S-18t
ie
: 30. IDI.AbEN. with. It appears to be very hardy, aDd produces Middle Circuit tp-wit: m the Eastern Circuit: It i ,'Nor.ti, 1867. 41-tm Notice. : >' : : ,.
, : : 'lIla' more bltde than any small grain I am acquaintedwith. ordered. That said Augustus Mathers appear and answer .
. .4 BRADEN, 750,000. AORES' OF I am sowing it now fur winter grazing Instead the bill filed in this"CatIN'on or before the first ''Madison Circuit Court. I SIX Months frcpUhe first publication of this DO-

.mark. Florida Land for Sale. of Rye and am pursuaded it will be much better.J. Monday in February next otherwise complainant'sbill I .the undersigned a.dminiatralo/of the Estate -
.
. W.DABNEY.Dee. will be taken confessed against said defendants Cannon H.Sbipn Administrator of of Robert Stnrgte, deessedlat) of Leoo county
;idIM1t.: Dt:. 1M7.. [Jao.f,185t.ffotice. -U WILL; be Kid at'public outcry on'Monday the 12. 185T.' 50-U.. : Provided That this order be published oncea Cannon H.: Shipp, ec'd..Co p't will present his final account and.O\JdImu&&id. .

= : day February next at Starke,all the week for the space of two :months preceding the yjReddin" administrator, and Mk for, :"discharge.Jan. .-

, ; _'. .'1. ,', above Land. This'Land lies within IS miles of the Sheriff's ,Sale. Rule Day in February next in some newspaper published a, Sblpa Clarissa Win- DANIEL. aTtROES.. ''.

-:. QDC weeks a&et date fta andenlgnad will apply Florida Railroad which ia now completed to.Stark., virtue I of a writ of fieri facias issued from the in the City of Tallahassee gate,'William Smith and Molsey Ia Chancery .'9. 1818 .' :.4:4
(the pb.oe 01 sale. 76 miles from ,Femandina,) and BY biawife and..their Defendants
: .irfte Jodf Wt Probate,of Leon coonty, for let- Clerk' office of Leon Circuit wherein Done and ordered at OHAHBKBC this 28tb ''Novem
.* _t j di,bonis noo,oo tbe Estate of will be completed to Cedar Key and Ocala by the Julia Fennel plantiff and Noah McElvy Court, James L. her, 1857. J. WAYLES BAKER J dge.Due. Britton, King .andnSlizabeth.bis. Insolvent: te.llotice.: .
-, tat January, 1859 and embrace the finest description wife and their toomUDeleodaab.
_
.- ,-&BJIIa. dill uL. E. WELCOX.Jmt Page and Francis H. Flagg are defendants I bare 6, 1857. 49-2m STATE OF FLORIDA .
aid Timber
of .
"" Sugar,Cotton, CorD Turpentine,
"
; lll.Y, "., .
levied upon and will expose for sale before the JEFFERSOJMX >U rfR
r.
Land.Psrsoos
,. : Court-boose door b the city of Tallahassee within t'" TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court'b1 i4tr etkte'
l
attend the sale reach Per TOHKDVCF
,
c .B bMiQ' desiring can boon the first in In Cft&abery.Abraham X affidavit;filed ia this cause that eooe of laid Defendant I -
." ry "* > by ateuner, from either Charleston or Savannah legal oo Monday February, 1858 A of Charles.deceaaedrbM DurE4o 1a1 of y,
'.. Ia. ', :'f, ,in from 12 to 18 hours and thence to Starke the IolIoddmbed.1uda'tD-wattno E 3. 8 W K. AIHson, are residents ef the State of FkridaV but filed Its theTProbst' iJedra.
.
,. i the N B7pf the IT W 4 and N E l.8fC.2, TownUp that the said Reddin 0.Shipp resides IB te SUto I written.'itatebfCbarfee tbat Li bdI a'th'es-
t' .5. | a suggeatina
.U ;>lfcPOUOAU*HOBBY. by Railroad in 4 boon.- '' county
( ,
7TbeBoodi of Georgia the odd Clarissa WJngaU ia tb 'Stat. I -' l.CI
.. 1--. ',M of the JJoridBeilMsjd: Company win 8 Sooth, Range 1 East levied upon M thtprop.rtyofNoah William BL Gunn and John G.Smith In ''Gads- rgder tobI""l 'bflop-
If of North and that "
; Carolina the residency.U*said I
McEly/ and containing 218 87-100 Administrators d.heals of the
; den notJce
Circuit
: be reeeived in payment,or liberal credit will be. ex non oo kbIr.b7giVOibtiSCIitgaut j
'1 II' i". : "J .m'.IlL" ;.. For further partlealart apply to acres,more or ATotb.fsIofSE i of See. Estate of Coroeliu English,, deVd,- .Court Middle William and Molsey Smith and their- Descendants, .I said; estate to appear ind file the.'IIII"' Hta
l > :HOT.P.L.TU1ZE, U.S.ai! wgto 16,S W I of See. S8.T. 1 South B.1 East andib.NWIoftbeNEIidREofNWIofS.e.Z. and Joseph English Joslab'English, Circuit .and Brittoa udElabRtla King sad tJaeJr.DtaModaISI the Juidasof Pvha& oi1d',

; .0 A 5TJ30B8.EICB,' ", 'ilftkrcesda.Nutt: .Ok.OEO. W.'CALL, rer &lJdJ"' Thomas' Eoxlisb UnglSfh. of Florida.TT an_tn. the OonpUnaat, ,but that ae- the thiri faffrtoja;irb &-pr -'
,
OVT 6re UtoarryXcSAUGET,5)RMOHD4CO.* from Cb I T.i R. 1 East levied lJiaWb cording to the beat information be can obtain, they tflli'
: } ax Jan. 14 1861.W (. .Florida Sooth upon'aa'>tbe property Joshua English; English,' rata:distributed Ihe'ftmda ielate.atnoB .
.
papers copy.
.. < '_. James L. Page and aootaining ItO acres more or Nancy 'Eoglisb.'Jan* 3. Johneoo, mIde(II any of them; are living) in some of the %t tbi eredUor Ibereofr kaid.
'I ,3I 'ttlanf'; ,#*-*n-. '*' j: leu. To be sold as the of aaid defendants Louisa and her South Western State .
property
: Lastingcr, husband JohsDReithertwrnapp1jJor his ut'
-". ." ..1.. ...J._.< ,", < _.,. ._. i iF' Wotice aooordicj to Ja,. ;; SAUNDERS. Sheriff.Jsntl 'Winiani Lattfcger. N :It i is oo motion ordered,that the Defendants appear 'from.tbe'adminbtritJon of said'estats. 1. .t' ,. 1
i ..'r.t t 4'i. -.I .. T'OUa.b; lofaaU.8ft i,to the Hon. M. '. 1-1.; '_ '. to the eatisiaction Court and answer thOoo, >peaiwuit'. ,Bill otherwise .THOJIAS I.'CHA81Q JiIgofP4kto._
.i:. Judui zbat el ifferson oouoW 5p appearing oTtbe by tho said biD shafl'b3fsowAao.: ,It is fur- .. .
an or- 7' ;nr
: ; = .BU. .Jc oio;landed ddSCTrt.'fcrthstdeWtbefoUoiilRj''detsribdladab -, ,Admini8trator'8NoticeTm -L affidavit made and filed in this cans*, that .Joseph ,&b ordered thai a eopy;of this order be published --I .r,1I'4L.1ti" i ,.,.'t, ,t"XelpY -.
$ ; English lad .Xastittgfe>;abd bsr. busbmod 'Weekly for bur rnetthi ,
the
I TallahasMFloridiaa
l.twl lot totbeE.t UofCbarUs D. M.cwuJb.wis .-. ia "
: 't .' 4. .Mosil"j\-. I {pkiiBJ w i oiinr i'theN .. .appoai adJDiu, i William JLadmfer, df.B4&4ts1Oth. Bit)filed in 'hesbeye f* Journal.I /I>n3'andorder d/UCbaabertthiAlith t

4 _.",._ ,'". ll1t....., ..l' tU.f; ?- .It.-E4 t 'W'. ; erfby..Jiut
tbi.CoQrt. the ,
and beyond .ot 8Ut ot.Florida. J
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., : U' 1. W-.A.Y1JJI S"11and
w'- 018 E"l8ee.tt,Tovq.|/ f Beofft f,IT" od:;E.icjBad ticttotttertdkUfbarKwu ( J Hi' d' !PniUed to : ;tutwlUilD thU1ed8taiesa is t&ere- D.lt.ttQ'n' t'i' ;"JacJce. ..LY-L" IBS/ ML.k I.

: .., 'r ./ txcepung tS acres lyioff fa'See*;'M and flatt twIt laim' Add;'Uemands win b* .foe orderedrTbtt Uld defendants. Joeepb rEa'>lUh, .: Jaefi &-.tW1I M4, 7ththgi.
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JtI 17. sold.bV:ttid.d ati Mcl.1D 1IJife.tiaw Ie" Mrs. barred at tb. J' !;;. >*AI""f'
1, .. t ) I : upitalioa of two year .ftetbgTI. Lwdsa Ltutipgier/and, e1II1 .WIflMIstIu- '
: '>
r. Insolvent Estate .
Hotice : j I 1.1..1i 6."
'f7. 4 .5 a. --of letl admiBbiratioa otJeis exhibited with9i. .._.ad gsver lad1or..QCIIUV to laid ,! : .
I'
,
l1fcW < l4 M 01010
: ..;.... .-4 <1 : f- .8&tI. 1>be, :far thel.yi:4 Ob.d.bt.fI .11I-.a'i penou..lDd". 'u ;U.rt dfteta4.'IiHl; ,r;-aaUtFrediriek-.> : A" : t<.,,'ra ,"l-* Ao$4eIa1ms.I.. aI _LTLs.14tlJ.Ltt 1 .T. I I- "l-.t'. .a 10-i't-1 r .
I :n8io .t S
.11" 1'-- &# ; McE j I J.mi .M1I1sma, late l Le ,ij.Z2XJ'' ..At
; _-t"t-i_ _!' _:"I'i, _n"m. HEJBY ta1ft.r.. Tow'. .&lat*flna,otiTowle 14 Mywr.itre.:, ,;f .I. u.a; 'ata"bee DO tdt .ui i.thelame 1f.w.ce.
w J nauincI immed1ata f f of r w. thNtth..t
Jake
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lLk hereby
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amin
ID a Newipspuprni.a \be J.9f Probate Ix .
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J111 n* v 'Y ; ,;, nt tat four or befoN tie fift :Sy if 11 C "
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: r ;.Il 't r 1j"d : : fflta9th.xeser"MI4.sthavbt 1Wae1tl, ..
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