The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: February 13, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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: Advice of Polonlns) to his Son; Villeboys made a definite selection of the I should, also, go steadily, onward-have your iMPORTANT, WESSABE"FBOM THE In the,'GoverndrV disprrtch; ot41i
S professional Give thy thoughts no tongue, ready money for her share. Monsieur Vatry, beds" thrown up deep and mellow, and got PBESJ T : he says that Gen Lflrtw iinhfjifa flaws

Nor any; unproportion'd thought his ftct as may be easily imagined, selected the chateau a "stand" as early in tbe season as possiLle.Yho .- The Kansas Constitution' to Congress. where deny the afllhoHtj11? lri.

MILES S NASH & CO. Be thou familiar, but by no m anj vulgar, furniture and jewels, as his lot. \ will give us a short and practical, bat ; ,and counsel a.t iaF .:,*.

The Grapple friends them thou to thy hast,soul and with their hooks adoption of steel tried: Monsieur Vatry," said M. Dubois to that comprehensive, treatise on Cotton planting, The President on 'Tuesday, February 3d; enactments. i?J .'( ?f..h-iII"J : ..

DEALERS I If But do not dull thy pnlm 'With entertainment gentleman, "even suppose it bad been the intention ;. with all the modern improvements," for our communicated,the following message to Congress Without making;tetiersimilar }IUP !J L

DRUGS, .f"B& PAINTS, Of each new-hatched unfledg'd comrade. Beware of the deceased to punish her sister, March number ? Many of our new subscri- and accompanied it with A copy of the character from':Bother- fla& b o

Of entrance into puarrel but, being in, it would! be'Tioble) on your j part, millionare as hers cannot obtain the back volumes of the Kansas (Lecompton) Constitution : Gov.' Walker, it appears ST a eejcaq,

JEWCIXES[ ]ff OILS J '' Give Bf-ar it, that mnn the oppor tliinc car niny but beware few thy of voice th.>e; I!j you ate, to give up at least n portion of Jour Cultivator ; and! we desire that all interests i To the Scnnlc m5 Jfottfc of Rep resenlaCives Mr. Stnnton's cemmu'nieajloi!}.:toof *up.

!! Take every each ma U't' cennire, but reserve thy judgment.; share to Anne, who wants it so much." be full) mil fairly represented in our journal. I of the United States : j the 6th DpcemVerlai 'thar l 1.

TI70ULD inform their rirmli and the puLlie.oh 1 Costly thy hulilt as thy pur"e can buy. 1 Thanks !for your kind advice, dear sir," Let our best and most succis ful Cotton : i have received from J. Cal'ioun, Esq., step of calling the LegNtafor! it i ".
Lau] good assortment nortielf t
\\ lliry have on in their Iiic: of businefktnj Hut n't! cxrr( .'d \fiincy; rich, r.ot gau.ly; j rep'icd! Valry ; the mansion !is shunted onj planters speak out president of the late constitutional: } convf nlfun 1 1i taken after I [be jiadhbec \z
Generally kept '
wfllba fl* are receiving n-iiularly fresb supplies.] Then : For the spparel oft proclaims the ruan.Xcllher j 1 j the'NY confines; cf rJy woods, :lId] sits m,! 'ling Oats should now be sown as soonas i (If Kansas, a copy, duly certineil by himself, I I the election ordered 6rib. .,
1 1onover lender be '
term*diall be rcasonabXTitll.iha -. '' For loan a oft loses both nor itself a and friend; I' admirably, all the more to t tiiat it i i" ready possible. of the constitution! framed by that body, with the 21st -ins ., could- riot'bl : :.t

?cM'. April 9tli 1P5S'_14. ." j And borrowing dulls the edge husbandry. I fUllli ht'(1. As to the jewels of SUter Etrviie, i! lihli I'utatoe! ru.iy 1 be {'lar.ted, and SiVect i ; tho! expression of a hope that I would submit i ii I collision! and 'IJowfofr' dVthe e 1oI :

Dr.) Miles H. Nash i Thi, nbove nil-to thine own elf be true; I they are reminiscences which one ought never I Potatoes boded cut for the production ol i llie same to the consideration of 'ongress, i I dlsloJ'r.J feelta" /Di'1ti .!1.t. .4'
; And it mut follow as the night the day, to part \\ilh." I draws ," the last of the month. :? with the viow of the admission; nf Kanas ', government established:bj t I

t err"? hIS rtoKtssioxALSER Aoill sIknc4TM)1GCOtXTRT.VICES TO THE cmztNs orOFFICE !I Thou canst nov_then be,fals Mam.to anv. man.I I Since it is so," said the Notary, my 1: Fences rnnst: bo repaired} and put in order! : into: the! l;don a5 an indop ndent State." In election which ordt f PitiH:an opraq. f

LL.UI.\SSEE with Dr. M. Xaali, mj eJialely elfluft1t' A French Will Storj.j :I poonMadamo '\l1nclt'r t i U ihc Prayer buok i j for the season. ; compliance with this rrqurit, I herewith transmit ir in the mJj rjt1, orma1ng: ,
l ; .'e.altv .' j '' h she deno' tbcn! ?" that remains to yon" J Hedges ">f the O?:!!< Orancr Macartney ; to Cengross for their action, the constitution State, according to!their ovrn'ezpre.i...
f IS 18L5. 20 j I Anne, attended by her son, a handscm? I :mind Chc-n kee Hose Evergreen Thorn, &(.. of Kr.nsns, with the ordinance rVspectjug sire, could not be1 con3cc&d. 1I'J t'O1II4, .
I Ye, madamreplied a little! gentleman I boy with blue eyes, took her sister's old l'i aver may still be set ont, but it must be done atou.ce. i j the public lands, as well as the letter of Mr.: Ion and bloodshed. *

l MEDICAL NOTICE. j-i i in "brown And her coat will and?"short breeches.j I I book, and making, her SOil kiss it after her, 1 Calhoan. dated at LT ompton on tho 14th The truth is. that op till d'prIi'ameat .

.: she I eid:: I : :: 'jim; Y t.mT.\: nLr.. \TlDr.--Tfp; Of1 ."n.I s:1t.: by which they wore accompanied. Having the enemies ol,the exisj g ti
Drs. Robertson & Bond i Is going to"bo opened here iiiwediatelyli j Hector, kiss this book which belonged tj t-> i tio.is of the Gardener must now commence i rccc'Ved l.ntt ssngl} copy of the constitution j i still adhere to th.,ir TcpekzrevoIi4ksr I.

HAVING (f-nnefl co partnership in the} pinciic )).lior foIicit'1.t :. "' !I your pour! sum', who is dead, but who wouKI I in pond e1ruue: .*(. In r.rJcr to secure a regular I and o'rdinnnce, I send this to the Senate.A I constitution and 'government. 3Ji j. .i.J_ _.
to 'he cit- Shall inherit ? I r
) }Hvf<*8>ii n. offer their services :i: we an vtniiiij! have loved you well had bhe known you.I .- ; and abundant: supply of rtloJ.C'f'etalIt'!, great delusion seems to pervade the pub. paragraph of"the of Govenorftobi.\
0 message
iaeo"of Tallauaj uud suirnuiiHing country. ; It must 1 bf supposed! so ; n' have claims lie mind in relation the .
0lice over tbe Sloro lately occupied by Bet I When you have learned to rend: you will pray the garden: must b<- put tI:1; thorough condition to condition of parties inson, dated on. the uh Deneer1toe..
1"tT.t II::g". Who i is that miserably dressed prsonagevt.o i to Heaven to make you wise and good as jit once. I.it, however, be remem- i in Kansas. This srfctv; from the difficulty !. Topeka Legislature how assembKcf.

r eb. 28 ':7 9-tf : \ intrudes"'herself here ?r' :: your father was, and happier than your unto.'tunaie 1; bored that the soil should! never be stirred, of !Inducing the American people! to realize rence, contains an open (teli*ic. oL tio..
-- ; Oil, ohe, said the little man. sllt'el ngt mother." seed be while the I the fact tht portion of them should be I II .
I j nor any planted : ground isvet any stiluiion: and laws of.theUnitedStatL*. j .l
----i- B A H iN AlHr) shevor.'t have niucli in the wit! she is
; ; ;: The eyes of thoso who wen present were i \ ; in fact, it must l k' dry enough' to crnm- I in a stat of rebellion i jnw
f WILL COXTIKCE: THK : sister to the deceased. tilled wi'h i tealS, notwithstanding their efibrts! I I bio easily, when raked over. Sec remarks npdcrvhih they livo. When we speak of framed the constitution'at! Tokojgit4

DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESSAT ; What. fiat Anne. who wedded" in 1812 .1 i! to preserve an appearance of! indifference.f of last month, under this head all of which I the nlFairs; in Kansas wo are apt to refer merely with the people of Kansas 'Forrjtor.X ,;-

t. AT THE OLD BTAXP, S1GX [ man" of nothing so.f- an officer. f child embraced tho book with boyish | will aiso! i.) for this month and I il'anv crop. I l to the existence of h violent political parties have adopted End ratified the .. i

i .. lrrcipfly i fervor, and opening it afterward: that was put in before, has been destroyed in that Territory: divided on the question a direct vote, ,ana also j indrrctwo =
.She must have no smil: !l amount of isnpu1 : eaid be i of slavery, jti:t as wo speak of such in
i O mamma, he what j.ulfy u pictu :; by frost, let it renewed.. parties ,elections of Stateofficers. g
OF THE 110t'TAR, detifC to present "herself here, before a reiertalo : res !" I; Jnnghishi 1 I'oas may now have a careful hoe- I tine States. This presents no adequate idea of the State .Ltogi IatQrt'. Vet,it 1

I family !| Indeed !" said the mother". happy in thij I in;. tlra\\ log a good ridge of soil to them, of the true state of the case. TIle dividing the administration i .o te{ .

Ojrnerof Clinton and Monroe stte.dtl.T a Il3f>1'. i Thf more so as Sister"Eyerie, of noble' !j nIa Ie: >s ol her tJO10'\. i particularly the northern tide.j line there is not between two political parties, ceeding" as revolutionary/1' ', -& *

J&LUar19.. l86. 3.JUCDICAL bit th, ha'.l:) never fori\'el1IH.'r that mesill? et irr: ; Yes. The good Virgin, in a re.I! dress, I Al!! vegetable Reeds, except Cucumber? both acknowledging the lawful existence of This Topeka government ii,
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__ Anno mo\ed this time: the
: at across room the inf-int Jesus her Mush Melons bo the government, but between those who are .
in and
JVOTICK.G3SSCD : i I holding urms. But j may planted from them such treasonable pertuiacity,i is :g'9BII.
i in which the fain ly of the dc-ceastd were as- j why, mamma, has silk papvr been put upon ddle! till the laftcr( part of this month, as loyal to this government and those who have indirect oppos'tion. to,this :.eTisting ff v
'(',IIblet! !! She was palo ; her fine ejos were endeavored! to destroy its existence by force
R. OKMAN. oJ. L. TALMIK.: i the pictures ? I Heels I Spinigo Parsnips Salsify, Lettuce, mcnt prescribed and recognized by..Coagfpje**;
---- 1 filled with learc. and her facevas furrowed ; So that they may Hot be injured, mvi Turnips, Onionsblack( seed) Cabbage (for and usurpation-between those who sustain It is a usurpation of lbs_ same .character at it
GORMAN & PALMER j by earn with precociotJsVrinkhe.. : Arc.j and those who have done all in their
Drs dear. j i succession, powerto would be for a pt-rtfon of the,people of njt
asjociatw'' themfelrss top-ether in tile j What do you come her for? said, with i j But, mamma, why arc there ten silk papers j Dining the latter !part of the month, Cab- "; overthrow the territorial government established State of the Union undertake ubtlL-A.

HAVING of Medicine nud Surgen., offer 'Jicirtirufcisi'Mial i great haughtiness, Madame do Villeboyj, the ', to each engraving ?" hap plants! may be soot ont for a crop. by Congress. This government they government within 'Us Wa.fcw,

Cervices to tho citizens of W'aukeeiiahud I lady who, a moment }before, had been inter- I Tho mother looked, and utteiing' a sudden !I bkrn. seed may he planted ; if put in rather would long suice have subverted had it not the a separate of rcdres'ing any gni.vanse .na1

surrouu'line 1857.country.August .35 I I rotating the little man: who inherited willi i shriek, she fell into tho arms of M. Dubois, | deeply, say covered with a couple of inches I been protected tIe Jr rrt thrr! aaults by tjje or imaginary purpose of which_ ,they migfkt eocnplab.
15. her. United
--.- --- -.--- ; ; the notary, who addressing those present, j I of soil, it will be safe and ready to start as troops of States. the l legitimate State goermnt. .
--' against
i Madam," the lady replied, with! Immilily Such has boon the condition of afFairs since
11EII'l'ICE.. poor said I the season will permit. Plant Irish
j : | soon A Such a principle, if .carried into.e eeihioib .
-e e ; I do not come here to claim a part i Leave her aone! it won't be much ; psoj :j !Potatoes lind if any of the former planting rny inauguration.. Ever since that period a would destroy all lawful authority and pro*

.1 A.FELE1. . . .. .3. c. BAT:!. ; of what doos not belong to me ; I come 5..lei j pie don't die of these shocks. As fir you, I!! have come up. hnc and draw the soil up, so I II i i large portion of the people of Kansas have duce universal anarchy. .$ '
j l ly to see M. DUbOiS, sister's so'icitor been in a sjafb d f rebellion agaKt! the ? : t.
my poor i, little one, addressing Hector. give me that j as to rover them completely, and they will!1 gov- From this statement of .faett .. & ,. _OA
Drs. Peeler & Bates, to inquire} if s she spoke of me at her last book will! tear the engravings." I soor. !, .tgiin.j !: ernment, with a military leader at their head *
j prayer ; yet aprea become palpably why the ,en $ **. .1.tiw
I HAVING ac!ociated thetncelves in the in-RCtice j hoiir. The inheritors withdrew, rtlaking various j !By the middle of the month, Water Melons !. of a most turbulent and dangerous character.i Authorized 1.CoDgrft8.b1'f1k
Jicill and Sunreiy. respectfully otter *' What do ) i have government :
think them-
people busy never acknowledged
I you small of Corn be constantly
the of
Anne's sudden and
their eervice to tbe Public, in the treatment of all I I conjectures as to cause a crop early may putin fused to vote for delegates to tJ Kauaaistitutionsl c .
i selves about ?I" obsern.dlad. renounced and defied
r J scnto as w du]l as chicuic! diseases i c.>f all characters : you arrogantly i illness and the interest which the notary took ; Adams' Early, and White Flint Cornare the government convention, and alto. ..'On
J. OlEce \Vaukeii, Jtffersou co., Fla. I! arne de Villeboys" ; the disgrace of a great j in her. A month atterward they met Anne the bet varieties. to which they owe allegiance, and have been 'the question of slaTerj.. abniitfed by itto,U ..

: Jim. 9, 1 S53 2tfJOSH I house--ou. who wedded a man of nothing, I and her son. exceedingly) well, srt not ex- Now is also the time to sow* Colza seed. | all the time in a state of resistance agsiist its le.. It is because'the Laesvria'faaL' 1
---- i a s< Idier of IJonaparte's authority. They have all the time been ;
1 the seed the en-
I travagantly dressed, taking an airing in a We have often planted during to sanction other ..utit.tion .- ,
: E. LLOYDf i Madam my husliand} although a cMM}, of two horse chariot. This led 1 then to make! firs week of February, and had excellent J i deavoring subvert i', and to establish a rer than that or framed recognize Topeka.any ** .
the '(, was a brave soldier, and, what I is r vnlutionary government under the socalled'i'opek.a k-
; .-t1ctic12oor j I't'op inquiiies, and they ascclliiHd: ) that M.'tdanc: green in four weeks. Had the whole! Leccmptcn eonsthtxtioa '
t ANDCOMMISSION : }better, an honest man," objt-rved \nn: {. :!I .'l: ;"Jtai! ,rccc.)t'y puaclia.d a flllt\.. 4 for Hat If Hot Beds has-- --Twt vet been prepared i. .L'euitftat'mi, in its stt't"en at been submitted to the.pen.le, the adhercnU
t i At this: moment .1 venerable personage, the I j bundled! and l'iIII.IllOu. <:\IId francs, and that do it at once. If you have no sashes or glass this very moment tIle Topeka Legislature are of this '
MERCHANT, i Duboi*, made l.is j f in session. Whoever: read the organization: wonkl,4ubt1'iuteyp.
notary pearance.I .
first education her the cloth German Hot '
the was gi\log a rate t'> you may adopt or correspondence ted if becauro
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. I Cease," he jild, *' to reproach Anne with of Governor Walker with the State against ,, of \.nepepifaIAeywould _
i The like thunderbolt under Horticultural
son.: new came a uponi Reds: described our thus h-ve removed an.ob&ticfa oiiVft
Jujl9. 1S5G. 29-ly 1 a union which her sister has forgiven.h'r..- i them- Madame di Villeboys and M. dl \-ai hCn!!. Department, recently communicated to the the of their !; .' i
Anne loved a generous, brave, and good; man.wholiad the Senate, will bo convinced that this is way own ;:
j try hastened: to c..l!! UI.f| :: notary to ask i Where Sweet Potatoes are wanted early} iij : picture would hnre d
They 8"iai" "p9
R. H: BERRY other crime to himself overdrawn. Ho *-
t no leproach j for explanations.: The good Dubois was j Ill summer, p-it out your sets in a hot bed!, not always protested againstthe consideration oftbemeizfs.b4.ar ,
with than his and the obscurity: of i withdrawal of a
Auctioneer and Commission poverty working his dtsk.U that llaan abundance of drawsto any pOI lion of the military-
his name. Nevertheless, had he lived, if his j' j you may force of the United States from the Territory, any part ofthe_ L''c_ mpton'. OD ,,
said the .
MERCHANT. Perhaps we nr; disturbing eel by the first of April.THK -
j family had known him, I, his old friend, Anne dooming its presence absolutely simply;because.tbey.have everj. reziat.d.the.
Ta&.aAaL.FIa,Spi. .lB:5. 39 arrogant old lady. I OKCHAED .vxn Fnrrr GRI1.Sd necessary authority of r. ,the ,governmentl aot o izid by
would be this time
at and of
happy for the the !
; respected. preservation regular '
the the Pear government
No matter. I vas in act of settlinga out the Peach, tine Plum Apple, ,
I Rut why is this woman here ?r' and the exocr.tion cf tho laws. In his Congress, from wlich 'BTwnated.. I,*'OfM'
S. S. KNIGHT purchase in the state funds for Madame I the Q-iince, the Fig, the Pomegranate, the v'rJfir .
Such.being the unfortunate condlttO ojT
J Because it is her place to be here, said .\1111<." Grap", tho Strawberry, and all other desirable dispatch to the Secretary of State dated '
WSTIONEER&, COMMISSION MERCHANT the I her to attend n I 1"f f ho affairs in.theTmitory. what vn,the right a*
f notary ; myself requested What !" exclaimed Vatry, after purcha- I kind* of fiuit and ornamental trees and June: 2, says The most alarmingmovcrocit .
'TALLA'HA-SKI: FLOIIIDA.S j here." I however, occrds from the well as the duty of the law?.bMJm"eoe
" s.ing liotiie! and equipages she has still! money vine Examine Peach trees for tine worm, pi assembling
" .pteuilier1, 1865, 05 i i M. Dubois* then proceeded to open the to invest ?'' ami Apple) trees for th borer, and dig those on the 8th Juno of tho 5.'.called To. We-p. they silently arid pstiflito: to

-- will : 'I .. Undoultedlc! so." 1 depredators from their hiding places with thei pok.i Logrtlatnrp' with a view to"the enact- tho Topeka usrptiorua4opt! } Pry -
; HIGH A. lOULEV, I *' I sound in mind and Joestablish,a ffliafitiUl I i l 4f
being heart EgerieI I ''Hut where did the money come from I r' sharp end of knife. Heap leached ash- merit of an entire code cf laws. Of course, measures
Attorney at law, I tie: Dnmfreming. retired as a boarder in the 'hat did vu not see {" j I around Peach trees from the collar"to it will bo my endeavor t to prevent such a result thQ.nutborlty.p ih-ogqie-.js OC.Dg?!!1 t
; es your
j convent of the Sisters of the Sacred Heart I When !" the height of 2 or 4 inches above the surface as i ir would lead to inevitable] and disastrous That thU law,ret"1g.Dit l U r igt! c1Ia

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. of Jeiu;, dictate the fuIIo'ing'is1r( as the I "When she shrieked upon seeing what the i of the ground, or p.ur boiling water collision and), in fact, renew the civil people] of.t>at Territory 'Wjtho l-.IJ,eQ &
JunourT 17, 1857. S-ly I of formal desire and in Kansas." This act fron Congress, toorthatat .- ei.t24t
expression mv principal } prayer bonk contained which she! inheriI I around them as heretofore directed. Work war was with difficulty ;
RICHARD BRADFORD j clauofn\y testamrnt. I red" arOUrlr} all fruit trees, stirring the ground prevented by the. efforts of Gov. Walker; b't' tion, is t O-.dear ( tM e.t.o&ir '

i *' After my decease there' will be found tuo i \\"e observd enotluog.I ." 1} well 'as far your as the branches extend, and apply soon thereafter, on the 14th of July, we find fO.l hi'ave the people QUheT .rrit .

,' ATTORNEY AT LAW\ { hundred thousand francs fn money at my no- I Oh I thought that you saw it," said the a good top dressing of manure. Cover the him requesting General Harney to furnish ]ly free," in framinar thfirj; ; ;.eoD ai f

t TALLAHASSEE. FLA. I tary's besides jewelry, clothe?, and furniture<, sarcastic notary. That prayer book contained :j surface around newly planted, and all delicate him a regimqpt of dragoons to proceed to tho form and reflate their dnMticItsjitntii'in : ;
. as also a chateau worth two hundred thousand I of Lawrence-and this for the their owii'\VIS y,. nlijpet'onlyfartrtrtlttfflatttution -'
each leaves city reason
with straw
(Office in the Poet Office Building.) I sixty e.ngravingand engravingwas tree, arid shrubs, pine ,
Mar 23, 57. 21 francs. I covered bv ten notes of a thousand francs or loose manure to the depth of 4 or 5 inches that he had received authentic intelligence, oMhe United.Sbtea.'taa'jttm&.ttr.
t In the convent where I have been residing each." I that the roots be protected. verified by his own actual observation, thata that thfy.BhouM Snot be prrriitt4Lri j. lti'd -
so may "
WILLIAM SCOTT, : : there will only 7 Hq found! my hook, '. God Heavens !" exclaimed Vatry, thun i THE FI.OWSR GAHUEX. Plant lit once, all dangerous rebellion harl occurred, "in oh.. nnd.framo consitution{ iflthn'41."*1/-,

ATTO&KliEY AT LAW, j Heures de la Vierge," holy volume, which derstruck. Bulbs, su'h:5 Hyacinths,:Tulips, Crown Imperials ing an oy.eu defiance of the laws and the establishment without eipr 8 arrthnritr fr nil .l ",'

MOXTICELLO, FLA| j remains it was whf'n I took it with me at If I had only knomi it !" shouted Madame Ii Dahlias, &c., &r. Sow tender Annuals of an insurgent government in appears t trt T bealmnst tODDd "' "

. tii/30,1853. :0 tljan | the time of the emigration. I desire that do VilJeLo'ys.It in hot beds, and prick out into open, that city." It would te much more plaihl iti o.

these three objects be divided into three lots. I. You had the choice," added the notary, I ground as soon as all danger of fiost i is over. In the Governor's dispatch of July] 15th, ho that Congrtss hrd no power.td.,.

Benj. F. Young, "The first lot, the two hundred thousand I "and I myself urged you to take tine prayer Dress and trim border ; plant edgings ol : informs tho Secretary of State that this enabling act,* tMnt: ,.tLai'j"; W!

rV ) "fW tIT I VT' fran!, in money. book but you refused." I box ; spread[ gravel on garden walks! ; and movement at Lawrence was the beginning of a Territory ight4uet : .

.o J o 'JJ The second let, the chateau, furniture, But who 'could! have expected to find a r.'ll the surface firmly ; plant r'-narnental | a plan, originating in that city, to organize nn for an indefinite period aru "vntitJ, f

ANDSOLICITOR and .1e\\(-I?. fortune in a breviary." I Hedges or screens of Arbor Vita, Wild Olive, insurrection throughout the territory, and especially plea e Con ;rt" |o-peniBt'tiu}) .to'1J"J *; :. --

IS EQUITY, The third lot, my book," lIeu res do la The two baflled( old egotists withdrew, Kuonymus: ; [Privet, &c. Prune Roses and I in all towns, cities or counties where the right of gplf-governmetit.) "TIHc.II.to &

WILL practice Fbiidi in the and Courts the Federal of tbe Courm.Eastern Cir ; Yier:**." their hearts swollen with: passionate envy. I other ornamental shrubs. Set out rooted I the Republican party have a majority" Law. adoptTiot"_their i own'-wa:-. 1".

, of I I have pnrd ned my sister Anne the gru-f Madame Anne is still j yi Paris. If you pus plants, and cuttings of tho Rose, Capo Jessamine rence is the hot bed of all the abolition movements which pongresi inght pr"senbp. : ;. to! .

t ( rrCE IT REPERl1XCES CAIX4V1UE, ALA cut" COOTT.) which fche has caused to us, and I would I by the Rue Lnfitte on a fine summertvening, I' and other (lowering! plants. Stake in this Territory.: It is the I own established It is impo siVle that nry n* rni'e alJka.v&i :<
: 1 have comforted her in her sorrows if I hail I you will see n charming picture on the first all new!) planted and plant shrubs. Cl'ari by the abolition societies of the East ; proceeded.w.i.th. hwe'regularitrlnlAiibrtaa-rtfl:
Cxrr. J. J. Lccis, ) known sooner of her return to France. I i trash and and whilst there arc respectable people there lion of a ConslUutinQ$ than "theKansas "> f t,
of i
\o J. D. AIKLT, V Charleitoti, S. (J. .1 hour illuminated by the pale reflection up all weed? and foul prepare I "; "'. {
FKASCI. A THOJTVSOX, ) comprise her in my will. wax lights.A I your flowers to se compan.JJ Prepare it is filled by a considerable! number of 'mercenaries hnvetoasceHain d 0"11.'UDee "IA t'1It,, '

DR. JAVES S. JOKX&._'Tllaha ee, Fla.' Madame de Villeboys, my much beloved lady who has joined the two hands of ground for law.is, by plowing very dep.Mibsuilirig who are paid by abolition societiesto wWtherJtwjwilngppeoplQ ; "

__ n.5L ; .3. cousin, thall have the first choice. her son, a fair child of six years of age, iii ( 18 iuches,) manure highly and perpetuate and diffuse agitation throughout ; to.be re'ip.ved' frtwlnendence :_fidl J

A. PERRY ,MAKER, M. Vatry, my brother-in-law have prayer before an old book of IIeure" do laVie'rge so\v a liberal allowance: of mixed seed, such Kansas, and prevent a peaceful settlement of and establish
the second choice. ," and for which a case in gold has I as Kentucky Blue Grass White Clover, this question. Having failed in inducing their For tHis pnrpogo: the T rimW t"iilihWtf\

TTJBfii&T AT LAW t Anne will take the remaining lot." been made. II Herd Grass, Texas Musquit I Italian Ray, &c. own so called l Topeka State Legislature to in 1855 passed a law :ta1ri. .",

& TALLAHA6JSEE.TLA.20 ** Ab ah said Vatry. Sister Egerie wasa Pray lot me, child," said ibo mother. &c. When sown, roll smoothly with a east organize this insurrection,Lawrence has commenced of people; .ofppdiency thilr.erri l1l' itd-

Maq21,1853._ good.one.; that is rather clever on her ?'And lor who else," inquired the child. I iron or/etone roller, and keep off all fowls, it herself and,, if not arrested, the of]calling a ;conr nt *|3 tA* TiH:

EDWARD M. WEST. part!" For your father, your dear father, who pigs, cattle, &C. rebellion will extend throughout the Terri State conslitntfon". :at.tJ.--.qtLiilt.o. :
Attorney andCbJnselJor;: al Law '.Anno will'only have the Prayer book !" perished without knowing you, without being tory." he.held.in October, irt.1 85A.Th.: iit." .l' 5

exclaimed Madamo de Villeboys, laughing able to .love you." Blessings of Freedom. And again : In order to send this com- the people" was afeordirj*,. 44 ?

TALLAHASSEE- FLO IDA. aloud. The notary interrupted her jocularity Mast I pray to the saint my patron ?t" A village newspaper in Pennsylvania (tbe nication immediately by mail, I must close by i decided (. Jr-.e t o

-April 6. 1856. H Yes, my little friend ; hut do not forgeta Greencaatlo Ledger) gives a lively picture of assuring jou that;the spirit.of rebellion pervades ,that at this_ eleetiOT th "ii :tL.i& '

FLOYD 4 HOLLAND ", Madame," he aid, which Jot do you saint who watches us from heaven, and the state of society among the colored pop. I Iu1nlionu ,the great mass of the Republican partyof itorial ftJt ." 1HI1Ia.' .#dt

choose ?"' who smiles lu from above tho clouds." this Territory, instigated, as entertain no were then e Ir .ft "
at-Law. upon and is to '.
that puzzled ,
Attorneys in vicinity, -
of Hi jdl. "The two hundred thousand francs in What is the name of that saint, mamma doubt they arc, by certain; Societies,:.having: "1.gbteatin p",....OFP.". J ,. .. .-' .
Court devised p
WiLI'praetWibtL*,and Circuit in tbe 'Supreme Court money." dear !" know what: remedy can b'e to keep in view results most'disastrous to tbe government .. a.ConinotIn .m ,' n: ,

f the State. Also in the District Coort of the Unid ** Have-ou quite made up your mind ?1'* The'mother, then watering tie fair child's them out of c.o rt'f e .editor says that and to the Uploi\and that ihecon- ,of. IObAft.mrtbA.1.ftttTJ .W (7 .tf .
States,in the NortberaJItrict Florida. U Perfectly. so." head with her tears, answered, they rather like the idea of going to jail fora tinned presence of 'Geru.Barney :here is in.: "panoaac enti. .-.s-i.t. .."ifo, t I.
E.J.FLOYD Office.A paJacLicola, Fla.. : dispensable tOTiginaUy stipulated by.me .: .In.r,1'.f tf.:, ,
Thojmaa of law, addressing himself then Her name is-Sister Egeiie. few .weeks r id 'rest ''and.recruit.. Theyhavt ; J.t.t .
D.P.lI>LLAND. Office_ Qoiucy," Fla. to the good feeling of the lady,' M dime ,with a larger '.b dy? of dragoons and .seyera1batteries i f tD ft t!.i '_ .' 1f..pantd.n.t ? .
Dee.!!, tl51k 51 nothing to'd'd and plenty to"eat Fir i 4 '
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your are rich, arid Anne has nothing. Could .: ? ; .
WILLIAM 8, 0ILWORTH, yon'not leave her, this lot(and !take the book The"fallowing'',,Hint l.for. tb.ei Month" ure nallj-npt t Tiavlng! .the fear: of i.Mrs.. Stbtre .On:the 20& Jaly, -1857, Gen.Laneitderth.&uthQrtr4 ; ;thttf.'JI "Ifi'- -"; -.

aa3 'Cou eUofat Law of prayer*, which tbe'eecrntricHj' 'of the deceased : Southern before bis i c.j.-Jie .suggests 'very simple .Xopeb cinenUou, 'rune StAt r. td 1.11fiIt. 4 1i ...
Attorney S ,. .hat placed'on a part with the* other from-the: Februa.uzimberofthe and summary process \vo.quote : I 'derto'olt M GOT.-Walker informs na-",i..wgarjizs ; .:1Mt; A' '. p.
MoicojIcEID4.IVILL ; Cultivator,'ft valuahlAgricnlttraI'periodical the... hoIe.1O called free :State -ti .1f.4i. .0 -' "tr1.
lots."' 'nd'of : :partr .
V of 'the/o'pinionV'tHatlO Jrlst| : ..
are "
ia Ua. OonrU :of .tbe iliddl Cir Ca. t- e : into .vplanteers and to take,tbe< f ail"wh \" .
prMtie -"You mqst blf joking, M. Dubois exclalmctl -. published at Augusta : > bed tod ; iramex> i J1IIFtft' .. 1Y.Jiil. i. !.
} 'ftedinff themi' tliey wer '
*,' :.euiLaodTboia'.i*and Lovodet.:Oountr,OR .Madame yillcboys ; mnst. THK PiAifTATjox.Break ';;np land',for "d %.'..fAljlA_ : >_ -i."iili.i up ;.V- ( .i fo & orQUDQent. i.Tb6 i '; e:b-). .i.+'& ;1t" t" ,' -.
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intentien tho .
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really b'eVery'dolTnot to *ee ,, Corn"as deep as. nosiible "inbg nbloilJ 'whip.; they 'wot WAotKfl, so f'D tlo" 'About, ( I : t .
L65G A CALBRAITH, : Ji i.eJn.all bi-r Oar honored 'conda -' : plewwhrever! hAs pra |tica $e. Put.o{.jill: thirt1"fWo on the Mr bbki1nt: hAlT 'a{ August T ofthe"new'LT. W't;T "WJState:1''OfUWt J .

\ 1'TOJt EYI'AT'LA W :rr.iL:JI. E 'FLt.. .foresaw fall'well that her book of prayera : "tio'.- manure you ,can, obtain, ,unless! } you'ara''. 1 1nicejft8r. 'beeffsbred'-nmI mre1": '- r "lJ.LI', "'i.-"tf jf1 I / : ,. I citi K1r" Jh(1Ji .: .tPt

11LOG& t.13UIDflATH liavuuod&t.d would 4aU to the"?.otof,: Anne{ obad. <' the planting! ,'y-crhte. new, land oc.river'b'pf-, ',Some folks' wiIay. that jt'4o! ld'ii: tini., : ,neOb ; Jri lgtW.1 I.or.. '( fMtd., .
:1. retu t1a .f..Bc
l.L tHtDse1nl to Ua.praoeti 4Jf Law*'They :la fe1iote torn!l:;.On 'Ipjd ',"jiindi! ; 'U ttteud tt.Court in the.1D&cne-Dire the Sn- !'j.nd'.wbILag)10 conclude- from: tiiatj"' ,Corn top.bighly-; will appropriate all l-, !'they might'as well.beTtbra&edbr\wm :ne" ;' n.iiuti1 into mW aJ. ni 'fI, ".tPZ. "1ft. 'k" .An.
and the.DiuUt Court of tb.UCItsd, I r ked:by Z tft'mbi: c ii e f"ttt1 lfwfw! ,
ril '
r-.oo., ,. : inquired J Ihe notary. :thoifootlyoti! fI'erJt in:tho,growing lessoh ; appointed brtbtf j.sheriff as.tb<;be litl1b! tithe .
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"she meant to JntiinatejoBlsler .. especially{ It infned. deeply ,nnder Masntu rthrashiriir'on tthbtB ? P* ::,.f *:* JyJodfi 1&fl.' .. in. =- .
O&.opposit.ftbi Ooirtflodss. 1*IVonolode that: : '
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.:fTAwi.f .Fi r t ', fJl tj'A P.qJ.a.\61J .. tcpctaa','ll,. as t JftSs *' Jlpon'"it, the' ;sJ2rgenttrovolntonr: ,aw!It tbe'develmMnenrtifCtaM"new' > f.. :: -_
! : IM cribs next fall.l :' *i ::--'-!- ( _:. :eye", jj ww ';*?? .- ) -f -fft,. ;!
BotD: to 185' DOUeALL -t HOBW6 .,. w. fhe finiched thcfC words"ir.4r1, Madame 1.. ii.>'lTo"i1 Your preparation for ,.Cotton.dlELntmg ,, more it. contracts".' -.j./- -.1.' ",' _I: : military, oranigatn' & \: J, "'! .,;Tt. !ftiWt";. :
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approRation. confederacy. ;
, '6 I *iHMfet oar practice the preliminary act It would be> mostlacotiveuient.liraItatlon i be prohibited, Slfl Xa.can except, has m. (\. ct cotnijeutand : 1ssnb C ai4acth: ."; tlo(,'th an
; 01 frzakig a & constitution .is uniformly of their own.:power,' .I Imposed! by the constitutional ptovslon j I and in mi. yet the "viriotn I tnt rpr Utlob8 putt' t.q4livt24 1 ".L' C
. $*rfeoe4.through the instrumentality of, a people:upon daerf1i IYe"to; exclude them fromexercising ner thu be obtained a bon (It l, Ifl dlffcfttjt Mloa'l *eems not to tU 'From. 6. J( I 0 f.H

: : oarsetiof of delegates chosen by the people their sovereignty' J In any: lawful. o & people"deslreit 1; & t fully It,..t tb refon ,not aa tb.420t1nlL, wt:tR.to
' .. Tint convention Is now about manner: they irisy"'rhink proper. It Is true it iyoflb Union trader its I b anderto hiM gtv bit understanding Bj Mr. awk iin l
- tob..1.ctsdbyiyorundsrtb. call of the that thepeopte of Kansas might, if they had tion.ItO .I out of place or any t 'the COnt t o .Court House, Post .

i Territorial Legislature, crested and still rec- pleased; have requiied ,the.con'enlion'. to_sub On the other. baud, should D.but of tho matter. This I. proproM in o flee an Cus Hoos inAplJoSlaa

1 ognixtd by the authority of Congress, and mit the.constitution to a popular vote ; but this ject the constitution, under the few words to do, yet upon,my own responsibility of Om.
.; .blJt.ln.the compreEensive language they have not done. The only remedy, therefore leg the disaffected in Kansas : .<*">to.Ike& not being authorized to speak or write We insert the above to the relostoti o?

of the.orginie law, with full power ,to make..: in this case, is that which exists in all tunitj of prohibiting,slavery in nlr for either or any of the pari other notices froaith2arualbesselocal : ] of Us .
2 weJr fia ot.tW. Territorial, Legislatore similar cates. If the delegates who framed they might bare done twice therefore I! From the best information I can,obtain, interest and importance' ,a would stnd .
.tbeo,jin assen bUng, 'this convention, I tbe Kansas constitution have in any manner majority, no man can foretell elally at the cheer of well d and .wel.begun". .'
. the will of their constituents 1 W. uk, the matter stands about thus : The act generally able '
: were.folly xssfained by the Act of Congress violated .the peo. ces. i.nt win t our Repnttft.r \
;4: and He authority,of the convention is distinctly pIe always possess the power to change their Congress, for the sake of receipt known a the inUrnal improvement There arc me we venture to say, f fa

.t recognized in my instructions from the constitution or their laws, according to their refu.e to vote for delegates to 0 law, provides among other things, that a line tbe lower branch of Coa who pmn

: President of the United States own pleasure. ..wben they might have will..fe of rail road from Fernandina to Tampa Bay, in a more eminent der l te uilit of
:: Tbe.Governor also'clearly and distinctly The question of slavery was submitted to the constitution, and who Cedar suitable improvements the statesman and orator, tl Jag law.
with branch to Key, are
a :
:;; warns Ckem what would be the consequences an election of tbe people of Kansason tho to vote on the 21st December kins; few who are better

.?. if tbey should not participate in the ejection.rTbe 21 t December .last in obedience to the man. might, a they claim, have from to be aided by tbe internal im participation in the stirring,debatta tpon tl ,

;'.. people of Kansac,.then," he says,?'are date of the constitution. Here, again, a fair from the constitution, should of provement fund. The Florida Rail Road disturbing topics which more or lea hay.
i "fevUeo1 by the highest authority known to the opportunity was presented to the -adherrn's of State because slavery remains at 15 to Company have undertaken to build this line agitated the public mind during the present

: 'Constitution it participate freely and fairly the Topeka constitution, if they were the majority lion, it is manifest that the .' of road, and its branch, nnd have availed session ; but with a majority of the Southern
,-. &e election of delegates to frame a constitution to decide this exciting question, in this dangerous: subject wi be Brokr. internal improvement members, he takes the wiser coarse and foregoes
themselves of the benefits of the
. and State Government. The law hasperformed their own way," and thus restore peace to the more alarming form debate.-bides his time-preferring to
: its entire appropriate functions distracted Territory ; but they again refusedto I sumed. fond. Governor Perry therefore discharge his duties to his own immediate constituents .

when it extends to the people the right of exercise their right of popular sovereignty, Every patriot in the country of the insists that they shall simply carry out in good and to the country] large, as a

..rn- suffrage,bat i it cannot compel the performance and again suffered the election to pass by de. I the hope that: the Kansas and faith that undertaking, and in order to econo. working member-that great disidVratnm now

';. &at doty. Throughout our whole Union, fault.I j. would put a final end to the all its mize and protect the public funds as far as on all sides.
. I however, and whenever free government prevails heartily rejoice that a wiser and better at least in Congress, which State Administration' want such men I tLc
he contends that tho location of
e those who abstain from the exercise of spirit prevailed among a large majority of twenty years c( 'ulset the practicable, country demands them ; and, we are glad to
. the right of suffrage authorize those who do these people on the first Monday of January ; dange'n'd the net patri the road should be made upon the most direct see our Representative establishing himself

;.t Yrte to act for them in that contingency ; and that they did on that day vote under the and fundamental principle, route from Fernandina to Tampa Bay, upon so enduring a basis, and giving such
4 vae: the absentees are as much bound under Lccomplon constitution for a Governor and ried into effect will settle the : the fixing the point of divergence for the branchto promise of future efficiency.

.- the law:and constitution, where there i is no other State officers, a member of Congress, the agitation be again revived, Cedar such the Mainline When Florida selected Judge Hawkins and!
Key place
I fraud or violence, by the act of the majority and for members of the Legislature. This election pie of the sister States be upon conferred the office upon him, h. was largely
-.-. of those who do vote, as if all bad participa, was \armly contested by the parties, I from each other with more as will best subserve the interests of the and favorably known to all other citizens.-

.. ted ia the election. Otherwise, as voting and a larger; vote was polled than at any pre. bitterness, ,this will arise from branches greatest number of the people. To this end I II I As a Judge, impartial, and with sterling in-

. 1 must be voluntary, self-government must be vious election in the Territory. Wo may I as the interests Kansas are message.. the Governor insisted that a part of the road I tegrity and ability, he reflected honor upon

impracticable, and monarchy or despotism now reasonably hope that the revolutionary trifling and insignificant than had been improperly located, that instead of the Judiciary of tbe State daring the long

would remain as the only alternative. Topeka organization will be speedily and fi. l he elements of a great people The the west side of Prairie term of his service. And now that be is trans .
It may also be observed that at this period nally abandoned and this will go tar towards tion. To the people Kansas Senate running upon Payne's ferred to a different field, we predict for hima
. .. any hope, if such bad existed, that the Tope. the final settlement of the unhappy differences tical difference between it should have been located to run upon career of usefulness.

ka constitution would ever be recognized by in Kansas. Iffrauds had been committed at lion depends simply upon the determi the East side, and that to change 'the location The administration will find in him an borr

. Congress, must have been abandoned. Congress this election, either by one or, both parties they can themselves more apparent so as t run upon the East side of the est and efficient supporter,and the Soath on*

had adjourned on the 3d March previous }he Legislature and the people Kansas, un. the present constitution if it be in the Prairie and fix the point of divergence for the who, knowing her rights, dare mamtsin
having recognized the legal existence of der their constitution: w 11! know how to rfi- with the will of the majority, doubt. them."
the Territorial Legislature in a variety of dress themselves and punish these detestable nrjd constitution to be branch to Cedar Key at or near Micanopy,

. forms which I need not enumerate. Indeed, but too common crimes without any outside hereafter- Even if this were ; to be in would shorten the road to Tamp fifteen BY TffGiA :

' the delegate elected to the House of Repre- interference.The mr expediency and not of Notwith miles, and add to the length of..the Cedar 4
. srttstrfw xinder'a territorial law bad been people Kansas have, then, in their difference of time, one way or debated branch miles clear
Key only four making a
.admitted his seat, and ha *just completed own way," and in strict accordance with the not the least importance, when opinion ARRIVAL OFTHKARABIA.
saving to the fund of the entire .cost of twelt-e
State .
act, framed constitution and aril
\ns term Ie"ice.on. the day previous to my organic a the evils which must neceR
: inauguration. government; have submitted the all important whole country from a revival miles of road or about ($300,000)) three hun

. ; This was the propitious moment for settling question slavery to the people, and have elected agitation. result, dred thousand dollars. The Company however .
t difficulties in Kansas. This the a Governor, a member to represent In considering this :ion risk -
all was qlc declined to clrange location as desired NEW YORK Feb. 7.-The
them in Congress, members of the State Legislature be that, in th Steamship Anu
time (or abandoning the revolutionary Topeka forgotten proportion strength. !
I by Gov. Perry, and in )lieu thereof, pro. bia, Capt.Stone 2Irrivt"d in New York
organization, and for the enemies of the and other State officers. They now cance, let the decision be While today
, '. existing: government to conform to the laws, ask admission into the Union under* this con. a it may affect the few tbou posed to commence the work upon the Tnm- with dates to the 23d of January, from Livers

.- and to unite with its {friends framing a State stitution, which is republican in its-form. It of Kansas who have from the that the pa road at once, and pat that part of i in-. pool She brings highly favorable accounts

t "constitution. But this they refused to do, is for Congress to decide whether they will sisted the constitution and the under eluded within the points of Hatchet's Creek i of the markets and seven days later

and the consequences of their refusal to submit admit or reject the State which has thus been very reason the rejection of sustained : and Micanopy under immediate contract,Ac. the Canada. The general! market reportstban
created. For my own part, I am decidedly I in will be much the more state.
S to lawful authority and vote at the election s Kansas
. of delegates to be of a favor of its admission, and thus terminatingthe I people fourteen of the States I understand, however, that the company ment reports the sales of eotton in Liverpool''

most deplorable! ( character.may yet prove Would that the Kansas question. This will carry out the : where slavery is recognized own bat. through Mr. Call), have denied making any for the week amounted to (07,000 bales, 15,.

. respect for the laws of the land which so emi- great principles of non-intervention recognizedand tution of the United States. such proposition, o having entered into any 500 of which were taken by speculators and-

. -I ''ntntry distinguished the men of the past gen. sanctioned by the organic act, which declares Again : the speedy I South. agreement with Gov. Perry, or otherwise 4000 by exporters AH qualities had improved
. in express language in favor of non. to the Union would restore I defec
eration could be revived! It is a disregard p themselves under
: intoivenlion by Congress with slavery in the the Already the placed any obligations to a farthing. The advices from Manchester .
and violation of law which have for countrv. mind is
_: kept tbe Territory of Kansas in a state years of almost States or Territories," leaving the people ritory have cngrosed an build the road to Tampa a alleged ; and this are favorable. The demand for goodswas
he has
open rebellion against its government thereof perfectly free to form and regulate their public attention. They have constitutes the issue between the parties.Col. .- better, and holders were demanding an

It is tbe same spirit which has produced actual domestic institutions in their own evay, subject" the friendly relations of the That Geo. Liner, who was present at the advance. Money was easier. The rates of

: rebellion in Utah. Our only safety consists only to the constitution oftbe United States. States with each other, and South, interview between Gov. Perry and Mr. Yulee, the Bank of England remained unchanged.
In this manner, By localizing the question of of patriots for the safety of the
in obedience and to taw.- ,
Should a general spirit against its enforcement slavery, and confining it to the people whomit sas once admitted into the there has published a letter in the Home Compan. Consols were quoted at 9o j for money, and

prevail, this will prove fatal to us as a immediately concerned, every patriot anx- ment becomes localized, and He, ion of the 10th ult., which gives a brief ac 93J for account.
nation. acknowledge no master but the iot'sly expected that this question would be way for want of outside I I may count of that interview, and which cnclose -
nished 'rent the balls of Congress, where it difficulty will be settled at National News in General. '
with this communication.
Iaw, and should we cut loose from its restraints ery for publication along -
and every one do what seemeth good has always exerted a baleful influence through. Besides-and this is no seen Very respectfully, Heavy failures had occurred at Marseilles,

in ins own eyes, our case will indeed be. out the whole country. tion-I shall then be enabled breast among them the house -Duclos & Co.,'for"
It is that I should refer to
proper briefly of the United States
hopeless.The three hundred thousand
tha election held under the act of the Territo. employ them where they are i"J with pounds sterling.
enemies of the territorial government rial Legislature on the first Monday of January They have been kept there, and poise the Florida Home Companion.WAUBBRO Lo.d Elgin, British eommiS3ion .in.ehier
tietermined still to resist the authority of Con. last the constitution. This those to China had sent his ultimatum the Chi
on Lecompton importunity of Gov. Walker, LAKE, EAST FLA. ) to
gress. They refused to vote for delegates to election was held after the Territory had been existence of the territorial I upon the January 16, 1858. \ : nese government and given them ten days for
'the convention not because, from circumstances -
. which I need detail.there was an omis. prepared for admission into the Union as a secure the execution of the 11 i ion MK. EDITOR :-I was astonished to learn 'consideration. If no concession be then made'
State and when existed -
sovereign no authority ered that a loa.t two thousand that Geo. W. Call, Esq., in a speech recently the Chinese will be
lion to register the comparatively few voters in the Territorial Legislature which could under the command General by war energetically
made at Ocala, declared that neither he or
who were inhabitants of certain counties of its existence its ambition commenced.In .
. possibly destroy or change for this
Kansas in tbe early spring of 1857, but they necessary purpose. the Florida Railroad Company, made any
The election which Paris the
. character. was peaceably reliable information, I have that in laid themselves attempt to murder the Emperor
promises or under -
had predetermined at all hazards to adhere to any way
their revolutionary and defeat conducted under my instructions, involveda some degree, to interfere with of truth, obligations to commence tbe of is still all the talk. The infernal ma
organization, biding
. tbe establishment of any other constitution the strange inconsistency.who voted A large the majority of to Utah in order to keep consid. the Tampa Road, to survey, put chines" used were large hand grenades. The
against Lecompton Kansas. This has involved
. persons
than that which they had framed at Topeka. constitution were at the very same time and to the a We portion of it from Hatchet's Creek, to Mica first thrown it is supposed, from one of the

... The election was, therefore, suffered to pass place recognizing its valid existence in the pense mitted, it ;is believed government.there he is nopy, under immediate contract Upon Gov windows opposite fclf upon the pavement
of the location
Perry's insisting a change -
by default but of this result the upon
qualified e-
,. ; most solemn and authentic manner, by voting within few inches
I lectors who refused to vote can never justly any occasion there for troops of the Fernandina and Tampa Road, the a of the vehicle burst with
have received
under its provisions. I yet no States. is of terrible force and
. complain. present one being as he believes a wrong one, flung deadly projectiles in
official information of the result of this dec.
I have thus performed my which admitted but which declared aH directions. Two three
they they or seconds after
Front :
.; this review it is manifest thatihe Le.
under dep
tion.As portant question a that could not b done, without the most disastrous another shell of the kind struck the roof
. : compton Convention, according to every principle a question of expediency after the right sponsibility to God and my to themselves I came

i of cOD.titutiont.llaw, was legally const!. has been maintained, it may be wise to reflect public lfe will terminate keeps," individuals consequences, as well as to the as State private of the Imperial carriage. The Emperor had
tuted, and was invested with to frame a the benefits to Kansas and to the whole great I
.' power upon rind ; I have no other already terprise in which they were engaged, and vol. alighted ; he then carried the Empress in his
constitution. which would result from its immeJi-
: country ambition than to leave
my Unable in thereof to the of the bur
untarily proposed to commence arms steps Opera-House,
The sacred principle popular sovercienty ate admisssion into the Union, as well as thc ful and condition leu
prosperous fanat. tho Tampa Road, to put that portion of scarcely had he done so when a third shell
has been
.. invoked in favor of the enemIes .disasters which may follow its rejection. Do. the affections and respect of
:'.." Haw and order in Kansas. Hat in what man. mestic peace will be the happy consequence The dark and ominous clouds North. it, between the above mentioned points under burst under the carriage and shattered it to

.. ner is popular; sovereignty to be exercised in of its admission, and that fine Territory, which pear to be impending over to immediate contract its and plo-ecute the work pieces. Four Italian ringleaders fn the st>

_.. .. this country. If not through the instrumentality has hitherto been torn by dissensioft, will rap scientiously believe may be to, and vigorously to be carried completion, as far as Mica tempt to assassinate the Emperor Napoleon
on as soon practicable to
". 'ofestabltshed law In certain small repub- increase in and wealth and nopy
idly population honor of it
to portion by
every In Ocala and ultimately toTampawhich were to be tried during the month of Janu
. _<:{ lies of ancient times the people did assemble speedily realize the blessings and the comforts Kansas duriug the present propo.
'ti. in primary meetings passed taws and directed which follow in the train of agricultural and gress ; whereas if she should upon the sition I urged the Governor to accept, whichhe ary. About thirty persons are said to have

public affairs. In oar country this is mania mechanical industry. The people will then be greatly fear that these fame of did reluctantly. These are the facts in been arrested, mostly Italians. Only one

, : (eitfy.impossible. Popular sovereignty can sovereign, and can regulate their own .affairs darker and moro couds of the case, and from the high personal regard Frenchman it is said, is implicated.A .

I be exercised here only through the ballot-box; in their own way. If a majority of them desire have ever yet threatened the along which I entertain for Mr. Call, as a gentle I week's later intelligence has been received -
man and a man of talent, I cannot help but
and ;: this manner, ,as they hate done in Kansas at Statethere ia no other possible! mode by which JAMES of right, indulge the hope my informant was mistaken from India. Gen. Wyndbam's defeat

: tbe electicftbe delegatesit is not for them this can bo effected so speedily as by prompt WASIIISCT., Feb. 2, 18:9. is found when be understood Mr. Call to make and the panic in tho camp is harshly criticised.

. to complain that their'rights. have,been viola admission The will of ihe majority is supreme flight in following contrary statements. Wyndham lost his camp, with five hundred
A Yours
- .. ted. and irresistible when expressed in an orderlyand Stormy wit. : tents, the moss plate of six regiments no end
The Kansas lawful manner. They can make and unmake WASUIJCOTO-, Feb. (0. A, GEORGE LElTiSER.fmt [ I
. Convention, thus lawfully,constituted ; of tents, saddlery, and harness in an' unfinished
- ,proceeded to frame a constitution, and constitutions at pleasure. It would be of Representatives adjourned I the vI._,.* |
.. having completed their work, finally adjourned absurd to say that they can impose fetters upon six o'clock, after an excited that ever rue iaie rigu% >2 .ODreS. : state, and private property valued ai

on the 7th day of November last. They their own power which they cannot afterwards sion al night The contest A correspondent of the Charleston .3Iercury $250,000.
. did not think submit the whole of remove. If they could do this tic tion resolution offered
' proper to they might alliance who was an eye witness, gives the following The conduct of the sixty-fourth regiment
this constitution ,to.a popular vote ; but they their own hands for a hundred as well as for of Illinois, tho purport of '
._ I' did submit the question whether Kansas should! ten years. message of the President and leprosy account of the difficulty between Keitt was admirable ; they made a desperate charge.

.': be a free or*.slave State to the people. This They are fundamental principles of American Constitution be referred to a Doug. and Grow, on the floor of the House : Major Sterling,'Capt Murphy and Maeraa

.- was the ooestion which had convulsed tho freedom, and are recognized, 1 believe, in of thirteen, to be appointed their WASHINGTON, Feb. 6.At about two were shot dead Capt Persons was wonndedL

: : Union aad's&aken it to its very centre. This some form or other, by every Slate constitution to inquire into al fact longer o'clock A. M., Gen. Qottman offered a pro- Brigadier Wilson.'was shot after eicTsiaiingv
. .> was the :q esUon which had lighted up the ; and Congress, in the act of admission, Constitution, ;if position to disentangle the prceeing in .
Now bmre tfiernP
... fl&Uit cfr3 war in.Kansas, and bad pro. should think proper to recognize them, I can tho Convhntion was held, once tho House. Mr. who of boys, 10a
of the law the aisles democratic side the The Queen and English"" toart cam to'
: '.': duceddangfrraw"sectional. parties throughout perceive no objection to such a course. This provisions were on of House,
; ike cotfeiewcr;' It was of a character so has been done emphatically in the constitution Also, whether said objected a little tartly. Mr. Keitt said to London from Wind&xvKarket
: pan..i. .J ,tonditlon of Kansas, as to of Kansas. It declares in the bill of a republican form of him, Go on the other side of tbe Houseto '- ,

:r ': :. riret fti axiotn.attention oftbe people of the ,rights that all political power is inherent in er the population! is sufficient Lecomp which you belong, if you want to> object"Mr. Report _
.. ,. whole country upon'It, and it alone. No per- the people ; and all free governments are fouti- tativo in Congress nnder the ; commit- Grow -answer I'll object where I CHARLESTON ..9,1 Pv Ml-'Cotton-*

othoiy. other' question. For my ded on their authority and instituted for their and whether the constitution by a please." said, I Wai till I Sales to-day 2,400; bales.] Extremes Ilf eta.

own part, when:I Instructed Governor Walk. benefit ; and, therefore, they have at all timesan (to the majority of the legal of can come round, and I'll -, you." Demand continues excited i ,prices falL
.. : er, lngea.tl terms, fa favor-of submitting inalienable and indefeasible right to alter, Also, to ascertain the number Rep Mr. Keitt went round and said to him, M YouAbolitionist SaWof'r, .
cotton to.'
: the ccftstitctiorfto people 1 ,Ibid no object reform abolish their form of government in for the constitution ; -the ple. i puppy, move to your side of the 8.-
.;, In rtew'm.pt'theifl.absorblng ,question of such manner as they may think proper." The each county ; the census. Mary House, and don't stay here." Mr. Grow day 1,200 bales. The Arabia's Dew eaused

sltvoryIn; ..wast raanner.tie_people of Kanesj great State of New York'is at this moment which the election o deleates party said, I'll stay as long a I please." Mr. an advance in prices of about: cent' 'Mid--

mfgJrt re 9Jsle.th lr o .I not a itwleh'.ur tny attention...' .in direct opposition to the mode prescribed compliance wit law, with all by started of n Mr. Grow said, "Y a. .. "

:. : tat':1l :j.J Q P.f't;-recent, .' by.the previous constitution! If'_there- beanng on t.ubjee can't com JOu plantation and crack It is staled by correspondents from the

:&Jtz'j ekperleae* refl1tt Tore the provision, changing tbe,Kansas con The fren. o t papers, the whip over me/ Mr. K itt tamed back Utah army that Cot Jack Hays .w now a- !
qs .}milm dilution after 1864.could vote in a report and said, I'll choke for that inso
v Uct so eicellenty tbe.year by possibility you again prisoner in Salt Lake, .
"dilifii&k1 'f&r..'rOa&t 1 ,: be construed !into a prohibition .to: mission of Kansas, before the The lence," and he grasped his throat a second City
!; : j'ffW"- ttii _I&.L. 4teii thati j 'r- make lh a change previous that period, the House, while those in favor time. Davis, of then inter-' .

I Yfti, "" still believe; tkst;on. this prohibition would be, wholly unavailing. of Mr. Harris reloat fering, wrenche,Mr.Miuiaipp to keep Some of; 'the'English journals having pnb- .

: &kq Ic, 'act U7:Kao aji;,con vent ion i'heLegiakturealready .elected may, silts journ. We refer them him against the corner lished articles accusing Russia of a design to
: t ... .J t .; ,-very;first IIO submit' tbe question(to"'a About half past two another of a table, Mr. Keitt, partially fell. Mr/ assume an aggressive attitude in"Asis,we|St. .
.1f"-J.1...,' MIl. ".''o.;' ,.. ,noyer"' vote of tbe people:whether.tbey will "or will .fight took place between Grow, when Mr..Keitt wrenched round Petersburg 'Gazette, in a wries of articles np

_..' oi'i f DJ IL.a'"j-" Ir' "UJ'-' 'not M.convention amend theirconsti, Keitt of. South Carolina, ; his to separate them '.struck ,at :Mr. Keitt,'we on the mission Russia,"boldlyav.owa.a

1-lId_ ,._.f.I d..tA.a: ".. '-'11 "0 i :'sI.; :tuioj'ab1elr mWn. ..for'giv. Grow,' Pennsylvania.. planter think, but did not reach him. Those by say" claims that as the'miaion of eiviiyeg'Soatb.ern .

J = faf : ..i.t.d.'wW: : : the crowd. ,of .members rushed r acres, is he did not reach.him. Mr. Baiksdale, in interfering :Atia.belong to< ,England, so.the mission

:: uj1.i : :and, there, "appeared, for a-' l ( nilo- to separate them, wlitack, and of.CiYi11 o N h .belo P.to, s4',
tNJ.\ Je U )1 ""' that: were. indications Ofr"A'tO : theAp- d ealt a few heavy blows 'Tbe.whole for reasons;:sjwgnoAi IJi..a 4i't attempt
; ; rttraoTtbecoaKansas Qrr edod ; '. rtar Kueia in t of'.
.i. ) ;Nnn. ey I 14'lusLb1 MrvSpeaker: rac Besides. ting was sudden and a mo> to Wterropt T : ;
;:1'" }'I. :" _. ..aJ9f, .. t 6'i1'U Ued-St&tes::, 3} .: :momeitaiOes&or1ngojder.: : .m t.'r.. was not much excitement. prevailing that'mltnon-vout&end.ln: thedestrsetloeIa$1:..
: '.tu ," ,.. > ft.! -ert "ii' ':. 'I I'.;*IaVeCssIna. I:' The! ..House: finally agreed ( a planta. before qr aCterwar. .Tt. 1 a succinct < or ;R ia.b: or !' rni g.th ; -.
; II. ) :Wjb.. ,.the passage of a onanimoastyr grove 'statement '- ir which tempt;' natJa"af* Eusstt wih nojnbrrbfTan .

a.r. i uh'Jle' t".< Sb.n'"f.: ,'. 'InHpn,'tht the: f ttemt: :: b a will,. doubtless, 'be greatly-.exaggerated t by .qui*hed by.England on,this ground than shewas
,. ; tb W hV): order! in th- l last .'t1';. "*"*
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-G San makes'mention or no -f.dui"; rt' 'c&r8h t C'e. SWM&' KXS.AUTHOEIZED 'Lott rl s. '; 'v 1t I' Bo.'t ': 1I2:. nite:lf \1t' -

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jcf than tbr* :*Uemjiji to fir* that city i intLffct i undersigned.hue thi* day formed k co-part- -J : .- "' *. ."'-
THE of
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Jw < *J"$, *1IU' which were detected under the name and style of BY' THE PRESIDENT' NEW. P YjJf .

in MK" .rwt the progreu or the itamP8' On the.Tsflahaue.aud.Pea acola & Geo. Myers, cb. Go an' :: apit'al r Prize, .- > ,p ,4 !"t7 ;; .
., y ____ and trill continue the busiaew in all iU branches at OF THE TnHTED STATES.TN 'J fEfutj.ti47 EROJUBA.ftHl.'Ill
RAIL. -ROAD.: intend .'-----,-. .'l. .. .
= the OU Stand ofTowle&Myers, where they i : < 1' !
"fcill 9ftier's: -_ .. ." keeping a full assortment of all articles appertaining $: I'OOO 01 1! pursuance of lAw 1, JAMES.BUCHANAN ". .wo".:.n. ,, :r. 4- .

O N and after Monday the 22nd day of February, to their branch of business, and hope by.constant.attention ; J- President of the United State. of America do TE4ETh'42! .. f ,.:
: ,' the freight and paiaengtr Train on these Road to merit the patronage heretofore extendedto -' hereby declare and make knwn "that public sale _. .'
=- will be run as follow, *: the Lite "I'nEfrtlIowing Scheme will be'drawn by S.: Swan wilt be held At the nndenacntianed land'office,in the .o.lIAyAK .n iLaUT'sI uT .

THE GREAT ENGLISH BEEDY.sizL' BsEiern Tallahassee attd St. Marls: firm.SELlM W. MYERS.. .; *;-of the Sparta Academy Lotteiy. State of Alabama at the period hereinatter dtsigoa- : -- tTHB -

CLARKE'S dxanATXn FEMJLE-PILLS. Leave TatIa1ullIst'e..I % R. B. GORMAN. in usaeh of their Single Number Lotteries for ted, to-wit: .. *. :. J Ht.Ste .

pr4t1f''d prescription tf Sir J. Cleric', 2f. Arrive at St. Murk..... .12.15] A.M.P.M. TallnliasM-e. January 1. [(16] 1858. 8-tf Ffebmary,.1858, Augusta, Georgia in public, nnjJer At the land office at Elba.emmaming oa Mneday, 1 >.. .h: --i

1.. tjca" Extraordinary tit-(hieen.iij1Cb3. Leave St. Mark*... .. .. ...... .. 3.80 P. M. : the 1 superintendence t Commissioner the land 5th day situated of April within next the for Mltrvihg the'dispnsal! named of the town-public Jbr itJ' ...".. .. "

.medtrlae to todftilln" te 111.'eve'r *Hl Arrive at Tallahassee. .. .. ... 4.45 P. M. Notice. '". *.1'CLASS M : -- mew. ;;. .
viz ..
.; *f chips, : /, .
*palntlll..d daaferoa*4iMim. to "which Ibo Trm l" On Peneacola A Georgia Rail Road a Tri., ekly SIX months after date, I f-buM present my final To be D: wn r in f the City Augusta, OIL in public tkt TT AYItfQ taken oj' ,-
North bast line aid West TttllaXtsset'Meridian.
.,utMilMtkta*.abJeaL.) It moderatM all exr M and remt>'n train will be run on Mondays, Wednesday and Fri. and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Probate of tht of .n will ran two ant e.
all obitrsctftmt .ud a speedy rur*may be relied on. days : f or Jefferson county as administratrix of the Estateof .. On) 5'wr//, February Kth, 1858. I twloamontbm.etlagltitht10th _. -

TO 31ARRISD LADIES Leave Tallahassee. ... ...... 7 M. Benjnuiiu Win ham. late of sjiid county deceased, I Fractional township 7, of ranges 8,9, 10, 11, J!, and 2.9tll,ud IeavlngTh.uni...v_.
U u pvnlltrly suited. It wlU, in a short tIme rtttf on thewonOJfperloJ Arrive at Station No. 3 (Walker's-Mill,). 8.50 A. M. and ask for a discharge from said administration. CLASS 2, t IS, 14, 35, IB, and 17. '. TJIZ
with' regularity.gtAbbotUe ., LeaveSttionNo.3. .. .... 9 A.M. JANE WINDHAM, Adwt'x. T. be Drawn. In the Cit) of Augusta Ga, in.public, Fractional township 6, of range 18, 1*.20,21. !!.' will t lcaNew't, t', Port in Ux AJI4Ib: ,'.0'

,price On* flour bearatbe nimei>t8Umpf Arrive at T Tallahassee... . . 10.40 A. M. Feb. 6. 1858. C-6ni On Saturday February IZth, 1S:,. 53. 24, mind 25. terminus the arrival of tb meewzafrt-* Can jrom 'nI '. -- "
Great_.Britain. prevent coonterfcits.CAUTION. Fraetionalseclioos 25, 26, 27, 28, and $0, o(fractional a
A HACK leaves St. Marks on arrival of the Train Florida Railroad. township C, of range 26. taking maO*passenger lags. 1.a4

Tbw Ws should not be taken bj;female* daring,the first for Newport and returns in time to connect with the CLASS 3, Fractional sections 26, 28, and 3d, of fractional t from this//Steamer,and retsrntsg'ia_ ,.h at.

laNe MCttii Fwfnaacy,its th.f ais sni to bring on Mis- up Train to TalL uwee.I To be drawn in the City of Augusta, Ga, In public township 6, of range 27. j. ternoon tram '. ,, # -. :'t' .

trriaf but at any other time they are safu.i1sfltuoNerouundSpin&IAedU.na.- I Fare. from Tallahassee to St. Marks .. .$IOO On Saturday, February 20//J, 1858. Fractional section 26, and the east 1 ot fractional The travelDs pubbe eal law vat"I..IIII"
Pain In the I Station No. 1, Pen. t section 28, of fractional township 6. of bags 4,8. long desired an3frttqw pW." .

Back and Iambs Fatigue on slight exertion Palpitation of o e. R. R....... .... ... ... .. go AT a meeting of the Board of Directors of the CLASS 4, Lands appropriated by law or the use of schools, don to and"from.Aha *b 4 p0rU4>in ShI,, .
Heart,HjKerioa, and,"Wbltea; ,these Fills will affect acm Fare from Tallahassee to Stn'iou; No. 2, Pen.& Florida Railroad Company, held at Fernandiua military, and other purposes, will be excluded rom to warrant permaneucy aod KOOMM. i t*., .-
IM when all other means have failed and although a powraJ Geo.R. R... .... . .. .. .. 87! on the 7th day of November, A. D.. 1857, the following To be drawn in the City of Augusta, Ga, in public, the sale. ,s Passenwrra .having'oUtl nat \4PCit CM, to .

remedy,do not contain iron,calomel antimony, or any Fare from Tallahausee to Station No. 3, (Wal. resolution was adopted : On Saturday, February ZTth, 1857, The offering of the above lands will be commenced clearing them at the Cuatota Hon ., befar'feiag M

thing hurtful to constitution.- ker's Mill). .._ .. .... .. .. 1,00 WHEatAS, The work on the Florida Railroad having OJ.VTJlE PLAN SINGLE NUMBERS. on the day appointed: and will proceed in the order board. .* '*, <&'ift? '4ur
directions each package. Sole Agent for advanced to a condition which brings it into use- in which they are advertised until the whole 'stall Also look after joor Vaggjui. IIL. '

tile full United States aceompaay and Canada, JOB MOSES Freij1jt charged on Pensacola t Georgia Railroads ful conncxion with the business of the interior, mid 5,485 PRIZES ; have been offered, and the sales thus closed ; but tti.e For farther partien&n, Al 1-t .. .

(Late L C.Baldwin & Co.) Rochester N. Y.y. 1858, to be paid on delivery of goods. the the practicability of a successful prosecution of it to XEAltLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY KIKE TICKEETS! sale shall not be kept open longer than two icetli, DANIEL I ) !.. i J
end '
B.-$1,00 and C postage stamps enclosed to any authorIzed FROM ST. MARKS TO STATION1, 2, 1 : being resonably demonstrated the Company --. -- --- .-- .----- and no private entry of any ofthc bind will bejkdmitted few Port''Fla.. July IK lU't' 1..I..Y .
has thus far conducted consider
the enterprise 'a.-
Agent will insure a bottle containing o'rill, by returnmalL Cotton per bale...... ... .. ..... 75 87| 100 that ? MAGNIFICENTSCHEME! until after the expiratioii of the tao weeks. !
Tobacco in Boxes IOU lbs . a point has been.r Rched where they may hopeto Given under my band, at the city of Washington loots 'Sh or
per 25 25 25 be met by the confidence co-operat'ou of the TO BK DRAWN EACH BATURDAT IX XOVEXBEa! this 29th December. A.D. 1857. & $ ; .. /:; :
Corn and other day ,
in sacks '
For ule by Edward Barnard,Jr., Bole Wholesale and Ie- grain per bushel 10 10 10 Prize t
1 of.
planters and merchants of the interior '1OOOO 4 Prizes of. .$900 J. ibi
Salt sack. .. .. .. .. .. : { JAMES BUCHANAN.By fl a.: ; .JrJal .
... ...
taO Agent for Tallahassee. J. S. M. Davidson, Sole Ag-nt per 40 40 40 Tlierefore, Resolved, That tte Secretary be direc- 1" . 80,000 4 . 800 the President itogck d.BOO'l'8" 5O '
in Bale 100 Ibs. .. :
Hay ..
for Qnlncv. Lime per Piaster and 25 25 25 ted to invite subscriptions to the Stock of the Company 1" .. 10,000 I I 4 . 700 THOS.A. HENDRICKS. of every variety and dweriptioa.HODQKIS3 .. .
February 6,1853. -lyIf Cement Slate Guano I upon the lame terms as heretofore, and to take f _':. 5,000 ( 4 a .COO Commissioner of the General Land Office. SCOTt 48cpL19.1857.
in 100 Ibs. .. .
packages per 25 25 25Barlronperl0o such affo-d the convenient 1" . '
steps as may most oppor- 4,000 O. 500 M .. _
Hair is Har l lbs. ... .... "
yoor J25 25 25 tunity to the inhabitants of the several interested 1" 3.000 I 60 300 .
I Use Prof. Wood's hair Eestoratiro. All other goods per 100 lbs.,0 30 30 Counties to tako Stock.A 1" 1,500 j 100 . 125 NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Mantillas Cloaks .

If 101ir Hair Is Gray Use Prof. Wood's Hair Bcstorative.If Ffom TALLAHASSEEtoBTATIOX'' I, 12, 9 : true copy from the minutes. 4" . 1,000} 230, 100 Every person entitled to the right of preemptionto rpALMAS, lined and unlined, ., ,

Hair is Thin. Cotton per bale .. .. .. .. .. .. 25 37, 50 GEO. W. CALL, Sec'y.In Approximation. ''ize". any of the lands within the township and parts of I. 1 do with Hoods. -
above enumerated i ii to "stablish
i Use Prof. Wood's Ilair RcstoraliTe.If TobaccoinBoxesperloolbe.. .. ....i 2| 12! 121 4 Prizes of|4CO appro'g; to f 70,000 prize ate$1.600 townships satisfaction of the required and Printed Plush do
the to register receiver -
t! you are Bald., Corn and other gram in-sacks per bushel 5 5 5 pursuance of the foregoing resolution notice is 4 'I 300" 25,000 1,200 same Basque) Cloaks ..
Salt sack .. . .. .. .. of the land office at Elba, and male payment
T:* Trot Wood flair UestoratiTO. per 25 25 25 hereby given that the books of the Company are per- 4 200" 10,000 800 Zoiare Wrappers ;.
II frOG hare Nervous Headache Hay in Bales per 100 Ibs .. .. ., .124 12* 121 manently open at Fernandifia where subscriptionsmay 4 125 7,000 600 therefor as soon practicable after seeing this notice Moire and Cloth Clbfci/' .
for the
; Use Prof. Wood's Hair Ewtoratire.If Lime, Cement, Slate, Plaster. and Gu-. be made either in person or by letter the 4 100" 5.009" 400 and before the day appointed lands commencement tb. Rich Velvet do. '. ,;-.,...
of the sale of the
t yon have Dandruff, nuo in packages per 100 Ibg. 12j 12 12iBarlronperl00 amount of the present ae ssmennt being $17.00 on 4" 7 5" 3,500" 300 public embracing Sable Black and Brown SaU.'P" S Ua'
claim will be forferted.THOS.
ProC Wood's Hair Bestorallrs.If Ibs. .. .. ... each share tract claimed ; otbeiwise such ,
Ue: 1 12112i I2 l ofl00.0O. This company is the owner 4 60" 1,600" 200 .A. HENDRICKS Children's Fur Tippets and CloaJnT -: '

yon hare Eruptions, All other goods per 100 Ibs..115.15,15| town sites of Fernandlaa: and Cedar Key, and also 5,000_prikesof 20 are. .. . .. : '.100,000 Commissioner of tbe General Land Office. BUTLER 4c D1rKa,1gOct.l7IS5'7.
Use Prof. Woods Hair Be tor Uve. EDWARD HOUSTOUN 750,000 acres of land, property tf hicli had been appraised 42 .
jan.16, 1858. 3 .
If TOO desire Glossy flab, Pres. at over $2.000.000, and it is believed that n 5,485 Prfees amcnnting to. .. .. ;.. .. .$320,000 ---- So'.
Use Prof. Wood's flair Eestoratire. Sf Superintendent.February further assessment of from S.OO ti> $10.00) per share Co-PartnershfPNotl ;
13, 1858. 7-Sm I will be sufficient to finish the road. WHOLE: TICKETS $10; Huns $5 ; QV/HTES* I. HEAl{ TIMES .. .1..
If you desire to prcserre the Color, HPHE
undersigned have this entered fntL .fJ
---- daj .
use Prof. Woods Hair Bel& aUYe. GEO. W. CALL, Sec'y.Jan. -:0--,0-: .
affect the Banks Do,1 l Commission Merchants partnership the .
If yon desire not to loose the Color Notice.ALL 9, 1858. 2-tf PLAX OF THE LOTTEKY. MAY
the LEATHER TRADE stand the same. WHOLESALEunder 6RETAILDa.nGIaU..I.
---- ----- --- -- _
Use Prof. Wood's flair Eestoratire. persons are hereby cautioned against trading The Ntmibere from 1 to 50,000, correspondingwith -

If you want a Cheap Article, r a note made payable one day after date to More Prices than Blanks those Numbers on the Tickets printed on separate Let those who doubt call at I .... .
Use Prof. Wood's, Hair Eestoratire.If D. Tanner bearer slips of are encircled with small tin tubes tbe J' -
Joseph or for f 150, dated January1st paper D. E. HULL'SWhere name an style of ; :
you admire the Beautiful Lock, 165S. and signed by L.M. Saunders and Elton I and placed in one wheel. .

Use Prot Wood's Hair ttestorative. W. Saunders, as the same has been lost from the possession I I.T"ERY01'JER TICKET PRIZE The first'157 prizes, similarly printed and encircled They Can be SKINNED ai Ulna) AMES, & LIVELY. .
admire the Beautiful Ringlets of the another wheel. -. if h''''
If ron undersigned, who are the Jawful own- are placed in
Registered Money Letters at sur Risk. Goods of every description and variety, to suit the THEY will be pleased to se. tMI fatadt
Use Prof. Wood's Hair Eestorative.If I ers. BURNEY & SMITH. I The wheels are then revolvrd, and n number is > ,
you irish a Beautiful Complexion, Feb. 13, 1853. 7-3t drawn fiqra t1le wheel of Numbers, and at the same times and the pockets of urcLuers.CARRIAGES it and patrooa at the oLlat.and6f D.ltA..{ .

Use Prof. Wood's Hair EestoratiTe. -- ---- -- -- ___ ___ u Capital Prize $50,000 time a trize'ia drawn from the other wheel. The where they will keep a fall and 'eal. J

If yon wish a Face tree from FlftpJes, Notice.SIX Number and'Prize drawn out are opened and exhibited __ assortznentofArtic1esapptainiutothite
Use Prof. Wood's Hair EestoratiTe. ANDERSON SON'SLOTTEEt.y to the audience, and registered by the Commissioners Adapted to the present styles .of La- of business D. H. AMR.

If yon with to appear Young, weeks from date the undersigned will apply ; .the Prize being placed against the number dies dress-two can be accommodated -' M.. LXV EL1. _
Use Pro Wood Hair Eestoratire.If I the Judge of Probate of Leon county for let ; drawn. This operation is repeated until all the Prizes on a Seat.ROCK. January 1,1856._I_ !T

ru want testimony overwhelming, I ters of administration upon the estate of Henry Zeig-- : ON THE AV'iPLAX OF SINGLE M'MHEKS. are drawn out.Approximation. I

Read the Circular of Prof. Wood's Hair EestoratiTe. ler, deceased. J. B. JEFFCOAT. Prize*.-The two preceding and WAYS, Hats & Caps; ,

It yon want to find it, Feb. 13, 1858. 'lAdministrator's-w JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY- the two succeeding Numbers to those drawing the So gentle and undulating in motion as absolutelyto FINE assortment IIAT3 CAPS ,

The Depot is at 114 Market at.,,SL Louis, Missouri.jy first 7 Prizes will be entitled to the 28 Approximation do away with the necessity of Cradles. 'A Fall and Winter StylesHODCKIS3 >
It is also Bold by every popular Druggist in the city Sale. Prizos. For example : if Ticket No. 11250 SCOTT&POOtkBoys
-- -- ------- --
and country.February. I Monday the 15th of March next will be sold CLASS G'G, Draws 1st February, 1858, draws the $ 0,00O Prize, those Tickets numbered All Sorts of Buggies : Sept.19 1857. 38 ". -
6, ISM. -1yBlacksmith I II ON before icy Auction Room a lot Silver Spoons, 11248, 11249, 11251, 11252, will each be entitled to Buggies with Tops and Buggies without Tps-. :.
CLASS Draws 15th 1858
If. ,
-I te. R. H. BERRY, Auc. February $400. Ticket No. 550 draws the 30,000: Prize, aud SULKIES amounting to Humbnggies. & Gents
In nt Macon, Ga., under the sworn those Tickets numbered 548 I .
Feb.13, 188. 7-tds public superintendence 549, 551 652,will each ,
aid I -----. --- of E. C. Bulkley and Joseph Waterman, be entitled to $300, and so on according to the above SADDLES, FALL & WINDER CLOTHING.,

t Horse j&hoeing Esfabl lalltn-. j 4t The Annual Meeting Esqs. _ _ scheme.The 5,000 Prizes of|20, will be determined the L..r e enough for the ponderous Roman CALL and see nur Stock. It U large and w.M .
I t rp SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform the THE STOCKHOLDERS of the Union Bank Tickets $10 ; Halves 5 5 Quarters 9 50. last figure of the Number that draw s the $70,000 w pontiff, or small enough for a gentleman HODGKISS SCOTT
1 _I_ citizens(Tallahassee and vicinity that HENRY I OF of Florida held on the 1st day of February mat Prize. For example, if the Number drawing the from Lilliput. Sept 19. 1857. 38 .

r llICKo will carry on theBLACKSMITH adjourned over to Wednesday the 17th inst.'when Prizes Payable Without Deduction. $70,000 Prize ends with No. 1, then all the Tickets BRIDLES NathanielCOMMISSION Hamle1i

t BUSINESS the Stockholders are requested to meet at the officeof where the No. ends in 1, will be entitled to $20. It ;+
the Bank. C. G. ENGLISH, Cash. Only 30,000 Numbers! 15,600 Prizes I ISCHBMJ the No. ends with No 2, then all the Tickets where or tat!ions sizes, strong enough to guide an imported MERCHANT;
t In all its various branches, and is prepared to execute Arabian or sufficiently graceful{ib ofnament
Tallahassee, Feb. 2, [6] 1858. 6-2t the No. ends in 2 will be entitled tx UO and
so on OrleanaTUefeii
38 St New
F all orders with ,neatness and dispatch. His work to O. the Secretary's room. No Poydras .'

f wH;: he warranted to be equal to that of any other Sack 1 Price of. ; .. . i .. .?50f>00 Certificates of Packages will be sold at the follow- Harness Martingales, India Rubber aDd.0' --0- '

Blacksmith here or elsewhere and will guarantee Liverpool Salt. 1" .. .. .. .. .. 12,000 rates which is the risk- Leather Belting, Calf Lining and Sbeep Skins. to *of, ianesE.Ezoome! Ta

I satisfactioB io every JOB. O ;X A A SACKS, Cargo Brig J. Carrer daily ex 1" ;. .. .. .. 5,otlo Certificates of Package of 10 Whole Tickets. .$80 Trunks that can convey the parapharnaliaof George K. Walksf, Esq., .
I HORSE SHOEING Repairing and Ironing .oJ e Jvvpected.. Will be sold low in large lotson 1" .. .. .. .. 2,000 U If 10 Half .. 40 extravagant of Sen. Wm. Bailey. Jeffersoo oo totjr
J 0'% all Vehicles, plantation viofk, andall other shipboard at Spanish bole.McNAUGHT. 1" .. ..._. .. .. ...1.000 10 Quarter 20 either sex. VALICES and Car < .:' 11-1Ji T. J. LaaUn EMJ... to

branches appertaining to his business ORMOtfD & CO. 1" .. .. .. .. .1.000 10 Eighth 10 pet Bags of all sizes, and the moat approval J. O Putnam Esq., Maduoa *-
will receive careful and prompt atten Feb. 6, 1858. 6 Daniel Bell. Esq.. Hamiltpo >..
2" . 600. 1,000 In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the styles.
: '. tion. R.H. BERRY, 2" .. 250. 500 money to our address for the Tickets ordered, on ri- Hemp and India Rubber Steam Packing Upper Augustus Steele. Esq.. Levy S- .
feb. 1Z. 1858. 7 Agent New Maps of Florida 1 0" .. . .' 200 . 5.00C ceipt of which' they will be forwarded by first mail Leather and Lacing for carriages (not for Ladies.) J. J. Snellini, Esq..Gadsdett to,f T
100" . 10'J. 10,000 Purchasers can have tickets ending in any figure they E. Rem Dgtoa Esq. Thomaaville Ma. ,
-Al.l 6 O .
$50,000 Cash PUBLISHED BY 480 Approximations .. .. 7.880 may designate. Oct !4. 1887._43' -

3,000 Bales Cotton C. DREW, Jacksonville, Florida, 15,000 Prizes of $8,50. .. .. .127,500 The List of Drawn Nutebefs end Prizes f will be Road Wagons, Cotton Waggons, and other kinds of WM. E.

5,000 Leon County Bonds and complete with Railroads and Town -- sent to.pur pis;r8 iri1m didel.J( After the draw tug.2F" v WJ.OQO&8 ANDEBSOl, ..

UNDERSIGNED makes the following LARGE For sale br 16,600 Pikes amounting to. .. C 1 ,880 t Purchasers.will pleflW write ther.! igoature SEWING MACHINES A11orn.ey'a"t .a.VIr;
THE pro. plain, and .heir rest OJtce Count and State. .
gie ,
;( to his friends and customers viz: McDOUGAL. k HOBBY. Cf all kinds, manufactured by WHEELER d WiLSON -. SOLICI1'i
Bank Notes of sound Banka.taken at Remember that PriTe EQ 1tt
F.ifl5t-He will receive CaM in paymert for all Feb. 6, 1858. 6 par. tr every is drawn and of New York. ;
Checks New.York remitted for
ob prizes. in without deduction.
payable full .
amount doe him on notes, bonds or open accounts Address orders for tickets or Certificates of Packages All and g jT* CdHaJid examine t1em.3 MAKIANNA>; IXA.13RACTICES .
Secondly-In the absence nt Caxh, he will receive SIGHT I ty prizes of $1,000 paid immediately 0t., .. .. .
Cotton in payment for all bonds notes or open accounts EXCHANGEON Tickets to after the fawing-other prizes at the uaual Tallahassee, JTovember 21, 1857. 47 in the Courts Jackson, .W. .
time of
thirty days. JL ton and Franklin in the
Thirdly, at-its In highest tbe absence market of price.Cash and Cotton j he NEW YORK Macon or Savannah, Ga. All communications stflcUy: confidential NEW GOODS H I NEW GOODS I rionna.and in the United- States Soprem Diatricta.vt CoaSLatJlat at
*111 receive to the amount of$5OOO Leon County 23, 1858. 4 Address Orders fur Tickets of Certificates to Apalachicola. .

Bonds ul their market value, in payment of Bonds, In Sums to Suit PurchasersFOR S. SWAN & CO., Augusta, Ga. FOft TIlE Rn'ERLtaEk: : .

tJote and account FLORIDA RAIL ROAD W: Person: residing near Montgomery, Ala., or Hon.J. aylo"Ba'ke Tii iabaH .
He would inform his friends and customers that SALE BY- Atlanta Ga, tan have their orders filled, and save FALL ANDVINTER] ] Hi 1L Rbtgwa. Agent.<.:): :'B. Ban. ,,

his payments for the months of February and March E. DANELLY, RUNNING 73 MILES.TRAINS time, by addressing S. Swan
'a are very heavy and he feels confident in considera- cities. Isaac Widgeon,Agt. B,. Columbnt Harkaiv
MkAft > S MkiJK** k9b ftrfM '
(. lion of the great indulgence heretofore extended Agent for the MARINE BANK. E'' ty A list ot'tbe numbers tbat are drawn from TRADE.'r Dee 12, 1857. 50-3m ,. ...fST1OT i
.. the wheel with'the of the Prize that .'
K they will ONE and ALL come forward and avaii February 6, 1858. 6-4t [Sent copy. .r- amount each .'
themselves of the inducements offered in this adver- ore is entitled by will be published after every drawing ( SCR OL ; .

tiseaicnt and pay at.least an amount sufficient to en CO-PARTA'ERHIa NOTICE LEAVE FERXANDINA in the fv&wung papers: Angusla .(Ceo ) ConBtitutionaliist THE undersigned is now receiving his Stock of ;

able] him to meet his liabilities. Should there bj (Sundays excepted) for "Starke," (near l\vw Orleans Delta, Mobile Register, FALL AND WINTER OOObS; THE tJifDERSIGNED begs JeAT to-mrai-ui t2

any(I hope pone") wboS circumstances will not ena HHL&JEOTLE.TORN DAILY Pmid,) only 8 miles frem Fort Har- Charlebton Standard Nashville Gazette Atlanta In- which wants neither in Quantity, Quality or Style, n8 of Tallahassee and Tieinfty,'.\1Ii v.r

t ble them to comply even in part; I hop they will M. HILL and JOHN J. HOYLE. Talla- lee, connecting tri-weekly with 4 horse Mail Stagesfor telligencer. New York Weekly] Day Book, Savannah Embracing for the Ladies poses to open a Select "cbool.eOOIeThk.forI 1\, .

come forward at once and day so, close np their account tJ hassee, having this day associated themselves Gainesville, Micauopy, Ocala, Tampa Bay and Morning News, Richmond Dispatch, New York Dispatch instruction youth. Havirgbad ,
1. and make the very best arrangement in their in business under the style name and firm together of all points iu East and South Florida. At Baldwinthe aad Panlding (Miss) Clarion. Silk Robes a Quillc, Side Stripe Delain Robes, rience in teaching iu this city/I hope byinnij-
power for payment hereafter, that he may know ( junction of the Jacksonville and Alligator Road) Nov. 14:, 1857. 46-ly "Flounced. Challie and unremitted energy, to merit a share ,

what to depend upon. DAVID 0. WILSON. HILL & HOYLE, connecting with Stages for Jacksonville Alligator, Brocade_ Bayadiere Stripes, _" Plush Barege patronage. The greatest care will be' f5i' 2.

Feb.18, 1868. 7-tf and will give prompt attention to all orders in their Tallahassee, and all points iu Middle Florida.SCHEDULE. n *n -.1 "L lxvouev uJlUllue those committed to my charge' ; both. _-.,' ,

line; They art prepared to execute and carry on the ,4-_ g--- China Striped Glace. Printed Merino Robes, progress nnd moraJ.j L' *ifjiv' fvi.
$100 Satin Plaid Poult de Loire. Delain u complete na.thorough an edjicaUoja eWUe"-.,
REWARD. CARPENTERING BUSINESS, Fcrnandina All Wool Delains.MANTLES. given M can be obtained at any other 2tJthjl1 .,
Leave daily (Sundays
in all its various branches; and from their long experience excepted) at. .. .. .. 12. M. PEN. & GEO. R. R. CO. the State and asM>n M the patrooeg 'w1.wva1".

in the Running Gear and Screw Business, Ai'iveat Starke at. ;. . ;. .5, P. M. ROAD being now complete some Thirteen able and competent assistant will b*procured. :' .
and other machinery, hope by prompt attention to Leave Starke daily (Sundays ex- THE the Company will receive Cotton or other Or EVERT MATERIAL AND arrLLEmbroideries connection with the SCHOOL a"elasa fcrBOOKXBEPISG.., .

PROCLAMATION business to merit a liberal share of patronage. All cepted) at . .. . . .4, A. M. freight at Station one, where an Agent of the Company ....,..* *. .
orders from the country promptly executed. Calls Arrive at Fcrnandina at. ; .. .. 8.A.M. is located to receipt for 6rt y freight brought Or EVERY KIND. will be commenced, and those pupil deainsar..,\ '
By M. S. PEKET Governor of FIoda.: from either of the Counties in Middle florida and and Trail there for transportation to Tallahassee St. Marks. "*
I Stopping at Baldwin Ridge (the cros- or Valencene, Maltese and Honiton Laces. bracing a commercial life will ,tie filly.Jtfi J...
WHEREAS, wfotmafion baa been furnished to' from Decatur and Thomas Counties, Ga, shall receive sing of the New River Road) each way; aud connecting There will be two trips of the Train per week, enter upon the duties of the CoBatmg P.as. ., .. ..
Department. that murder attention. at Fernandina with Steamers for both Savannahand (Tuesday and Fridays) leaving the Depot at Talla RIBBONS.The Classic and Higher Branches of &gKfH/per.1If'Term '

"u eemm iUed m Je County of Hamilton a the j "-b.6,1S5S. 6-ly Charleston going and returning. hassee at 2 i o'clock, and arriving at Station No. 1, undei signed would also call the attention of tbe of Five.Month..-._....M.... :
body af ODe John Scott by one Robert H. Jourdan on FREIGHT P. t G. R. R, at 3& o'clock, P. M., and leaving Sta- rublic generally, to his large and complete Stock of Primary Depa nt..U.4.. _

aDd that aid Jourdan u now A fugitive Notice. tion 1, at 4 o'clock and arriving at the Tallahassee Gents and Youths Fall and Winter Clothing, The exercises of the SCHOOL wit.";1IlU. .
Now therefore fromjuatlce. Received by the Company's Agents free of charge at Depot at 5 o'dock.Through Gents and Youths Fall and Winter MONDAY-Jannary4t11853.; r r
L MADISON S. PERRY Ladies who have had \-j. .
nor of the State of Florida virtue Gover WANTED by v wo young and all the stations along the route, and forwaided to Freight between Station No. 1, (Chaire,) I. HATS CAPS, Any informttioo required can be-obbuoeJW a '7
ted in by authority veewT exjT6""** 'n Aching arc Fernandiua, Savannah, or Charleston, as may be di'reeled. and St. Mirks:-On Cotton 75 cents.per Bale.- J. BOOTS AND SHOES.PLANTATION plication to the subscriber at his raideac "
me law tttfr
by do at
Branches or
9YJ.J 'nn__,, .hereby, offer a reTArd of One well qualified to teach all Jie higher English and GEO W. CALL, Secretary F. R. R. On other Goods.SO cents rx-r 100 pounds. GOODS Store ol Cot R. H.Botar. .. t4
U"'W\I ; NU. MM ppreboum of paid Jour- French, Music with Draw ..g, Painting- & Dec. 26, 1857. 52DENTISTRY. Betwfen Tallahassee aiul Station No. 1-On Cotton '

41., ead hi* dallrary to the Sheriff of Hamilton. csmental work, situations in or pear Tallahasse as 25 cents per Bale. On other goods 12 J cents per Kersey oleve,/ s. ..J. : n.ping nnd Hope Dec. 5, 18.57. 49 D.BCIYTu.. .. .
Mac-Sajd Joordan }e about six feetl i'h. veigh teachm. They would prefer situation together.- A change.equal to 5 cent per Utile, will be madeto Saluda Stripe r-laiitets : <..". ,
175 poqud,aaadj Lair sod Eght Satisfactory testimoi Marlboroug Stiipes and Russets and black Shoes -
compLixion Adranccd Sbolars p.-efcrred. passengers to and from the terminus of the road. NEW BOO
lj TMdoMoy Whereof. I have Ureeota *et my Jj1I4_!_; ,. u_l*o-t.T_i.:_ _.. hfl_tnrfn. Address COTTON will be. received at the crossbar of the Plaids, Linseys snd Ken'y. Jeans. -. .''-.-: 1'-_1' .-
hMid *ad.awto be mfflied the Great Seal :1Mie.DpENNIY "ON kWALKER, "If' County-line road. ". Heavy Cotton Osnaburghs Virginia all Wool!Linseys, JUST RECEIVED ; '.

r L. ..].t the StaU .f. DOM at the Capitol, ;Box $77. Montgomery, Ala. tk 100 pounds. F. II. FL1GG Sect'y. J 14-4 brown and bleachWool Hats, _,_. ,
ia UM City TalkhtMea. Oa 6tb da j of Feb. G.1858. e-s\' Nov. 28, 1857. 48SELLING ed domestics Steel Iron and Nails NEW floos&.Noj ; -
February,.A, P., USB. Brown and bleached SheeComplete assortment of DORE-A Stroller in Europe." ...L .q' sj,' .., '

MADISON a PERRY, EDWIN A. LAiT, E' tings; Hardware. EL GRIN.Tra\'eJ8Jft f., ,0_ .
Goremor of Florida. CARPETING DR.XA1.Arcti Kzedit4 s. :. .;. ".
By the Governor-Attest: ..:ttorney a't :r.iw, -AT I j MEMOIR of S.S.. _S h, 'y' .'

F.L. VoixriocE, Tallahassee Florida. Brussels, Three Ply and Ingrain Carpets, -THEDA.YS.olm1' 4
I of State. .u. .ft. NEW YORK COST Parlor Rugs and door Matts.AH authooMipretAa4Zo1dej. 'r

Feb. IS, UiI.st Becretary WILL praeUce In the Circuit Court of tbJ* M"?' of the above mentioned articles, will be told ISABEIA no?}_ ?: ..; .. -

District, and the Supreme Court of u11 I rpHE undersigned gives notice that be intends vis- FOR CASH. upon as good term as can be bought.of.any House AltTIS'1'S'1' : 5.. ...-
and the District Court of the United State in the ,. .
*, at .
Slate L iting Quincy profe *ionBlly several me. during City. V CQB fE1t .. Ji, .
$100 REWARDjPBOCLAKATIOH: Tallahassee.3BT Office over tbe Store of Mestn. nrewnt year, where he will be'pleased to wait on it.; .l'. D.. C. WILSON.Oct. b IDI."f 1o1- 'L-' .
G. &J.MeginaiM. tl, '* who may be in want of his service*. rrn E Subscriber U desirous of removing from this 17,1857; ; 42 :XoDoUGkIZt.i t :. '

2 Jan. 10, 1.858. 4 all Tectb-i 010 .grtej on the Cbeoplastic Process,a process JL place. and offers. ( his entire Jall".i. rr .q .

PIANOS REOEIVED. entirely new.n*. ., hjcji Hundred surpasses of anything the best yet certificate disco'" STOCK QF MERCHANDIZE. ; Butler- & Denham. '_.1.. t'f. --.-". .. '. ', .., .., _

ered for fall SaUL (, Will be in Quincy en consisticg part-of Dry Goods Clothing, Hardware .now opening; their FALL and,"WINTER gg.u .. (1, :'
ror .ARE '
Bjr M. S. PjcsKrf Governor of Florida SUBSCRIBERS have just received, direct CAD be unAWfi in iui ti > and will remain till the Saddlery ie..
TVfHEREA8n&nnatk babe n fomiabed to THE the most reliable bouse io the United Monday February f. P. LEWIS. NEW YORK COST, FOR CASH. assortment in every department In the' Silk and l 14 ., :-

TV the Executive Departmetrt, tbat a murder .State,.fire superior 10th. ta, Yon can buy a heap for little money. A word to Dress department .will be found some of the. most .op L'' '
Jan. 16, 1858.COMPLETE beautiful and riel,UIa.Jus- .
sultcient elegant ttcea.r_: .
*u PIANOS the wise ia CALL SOON. .
eoanrftt in the body of Wm.Dea.Jr,by one .
I ;- .1'e8IJt.
Byeatriped Silk Robes -
_"Tflli II Conner,in tbe County of Columbia and that of Various alyle and price Person wishing to Florida Reportb "WM.. K. COHN. Flounced '. a' dark ground Sept. 19.J.8aZ..f' .:.,.:.ar 1.4F.'Ii \;. ff
ITQlic Conner S* now a/ogitir from justice i supply tbemle1.m please call at 1 Newport, Jan.9?le68.tl do '' .* f':1.N C
Now in e..olam&or' 'bright WrM. r.t.
therefore J. MADJSOlr a;PBEEf. OCTCT- llILES NASH t 00.- Solid Color Moire .4 '1
120r of Restate ofJFlorida, %Tirttie 4 authority, TallabiMMe. Jan.SO.J 668. ,6-tf' MDOUGALL&ROBBY : : Black Antique-, ," ft' :4AND'
do .
"ited brae bylaw,do hereby offer A reward of One 8.pt.8l8b.?. IG : ;1 G,1E fiJLABXWATGN do- #{ 0 11''j. .'
Flounced :
wine -
Beragea "
Rtmeti Do110. fur IhatppreiM-mlon of Aaid.Oon-. NOTJ'CE.I'J"RE ,, Rice Delaine Robe colored. ;..Jpt 111'," 't-r..v t..W,.. :111" ,' .;.. .
Rice a Baize _
sr,a41ls saf. d4111r.ljr to,th Sheriff of Colcmbia, ioform the .MAKER'd. 'c$ .
Subaeriberretpectfnllj people, OJaJltieroea do. Together with a'fine assortment of :Black Silka.' .RQOrS &fl ; .
const tbd he permanently located O A TIERCES BICE .' Black Silk Velvet '" .c.. c '
J.sai4 1 width ; f- '
? Basque Shepard* Plaid ; :1_' 'U k
Nutt from J-
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Ce :1 ri feet r leveri'0UCGeI OU for sale to arrive per Henry .
t. himself near CftrtrerUlf,tipoa tbe road leading from wo1or Figured Merino Plain 00,-Black Bombazine,Preach ',.TBERoomiv. 'I.. n.
bigi dark eojexIg ratber'quck '-, *" 3eston. McNATJOHT. OEMOiTD. CO. .+: ." ; _" .
'TelZabsse.TbpiTWoMld arffl make,repair,. Embroidered &tta, Brunei point AppCqae Sett : : 1"
r 6Dg w. bi*rip band off j *boot W or 55 jear* W&&rts D.1,1$57. 61 __ rMpectfulIy inform the d Jzen* of.Tal- .Sett Real point Lace Wblte HJralion Capos.Oct.17. '.*.-; 4." '.."---"ft..1.t.f".._.. -l..'... ... >_- 1",

Ii" 7 an4'3ggieoft WOULD aod tbt paUie generanj,:that be bs'taktflthaOld4tfldGJO.flU& 1767. 42 ._i c$1.. lf;! r'tl, 1i .ft, Ir 'il. .
Ia" iriOr.X.1l&'.1iii .et or. ftejiUoirK* tern*,'\I : Tyritg wagron wbeeK Sea Island Seed Oo where.he i.PrsnIlI'ed i. 1 . .

wad u .taOd 10 be dud the ea.t SeI .cart and boggles d.li. O'. ,cents .wheel repairing B.Sea Island Cotton Bead for ale by to repair EDICAI/NOTICE. CIGtR:n; ir..y.,1t"., ....,
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LLvTtb.Stm eta. rfpolf ; ouOdogcsd F 1. ,.
f.FI OtoJ be
Dow at tile flf MeSASQHT OKMOND A 00. :-' I ...
tJ.e of I&nt".oo> tor bonod*f 2J50,a pir .. WatcJiei i Clocks, and Jevxlry, '-0-- i ."... ; 1- --P" .1I "
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Febrcipj11. 1),,1868., 4 rIlLOO cbmy, .1.60. oupling'volejO ia a .orkman.like mfiooer,aDd*t the moat JaI011&- Dr. A., C F,,BLSJSECONTINUES ** I fa .il.ITtJ: U1f.< ,, .t'- 2C

MADISON PERRY, 4&igiUng and :*eimS bcggs.s' .oo; : Plows ble atec .Perwo hsvluggoodWChSI that fail to / to-offer hi Trofes.iooal 5eryjcb. ,..'. ., t '", :f.:', '. .t1Oii.J. :','
Ooreroor of Florida. 1..uo..paIn sg bat.-JO.ctI.to.: : ran well from baring beea fiftflr repaired, etn+,relj W.the- tlaeot of CentrtfHU and adJo$R zisIimb \ ", : :: '_," 'f '
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1 the "UV1'-- .Au&tir ..#. ':: -. Acid qptbcr "CQ ID prop wtou doD.s sy.1inadOUVII A..nn.wr.tjOi .. upon having them put right ai hi* sbop borhood.;, RAsideoeechaDged to0.igt.wj.. 0Ih I .j1 D1SI1, .tI 't 1..t ,,1 '.";
., ? "bb good order and at aborte'iqtke, -. if well used. his .4 .. .,....ta .' ,
i: ':P9 Viusnact- .o- ; pBMQND i CO, Kr AH word wjntI, at reaideoee' I 'l' "_ ..0 1. ,
5iTs'T Secret&ry.f8t&te. I :7 .y D.tBEVERLY; Jao. S 1868, i Jan. 16, 185S- .S-J1 i Bee. 26, It97. 62-tl fflfj: iit'i' .AMzs.uvI!; .
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Is e..U.hed..r SATURDAY by L1vEflY.Ru_ Sn"E'Di81BO urilersignea begs .leavfc to&ftrtW toft ciii '.r 11& 'a.CIi'1a.M .

! J.\MES. JONES & CHAS. E. DYKE, JOHN PBATQBIOtfS, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.rnIIE THE Tallahassee) and vineinity" that L. U&i V'\tTuniuro' Cur'sII,TaN ,:p S&E9V ; V Ei X ,EtrG:

I ffoprJetr-wocld inform opened a carriage shop in this,place joiningBrokaw's V .ltl1'.rT
,MERCHANT "TAILOR Fnox WAKK, WiioimfcttD&U.KU ; AD ,
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; At Tiro DotiAKi per*nccm,in adr&ne*. __' his friend and l the Llfery Stables,. JarAiiMD' I
AU) irf
-. -Pfaler In Ready Made Clothing and 'pnbii'!! that be has rebuilt hie_ l* pi.VlNl. "lCct w
--l: TERMH OF ADVERTISING.jnar in the building! formerly-occupied b1' J. L. Groncr,. WAUU.A .. .
Gentlemen's Famishing Goods. brf"o Brick Stal>lt>', nl tbe' old It ud. ::.and.i* n.twpiepnroi '
iia first where hs prepared to do all kinda -of work in his Tw.ths..........
One ,< *of 12 ,or lc, insertion, $1 00 --- -4 -Vp.I ---- ] t<> accoimnodate lila friends uud customers Sto'Q Ilend.QflflterPVi' sV
U .h.ul lie alpo! has attached to bi. Stables, line, &t the shortest. notice and on the moU Pirlorf
-f- a w ; Ratines Card inserted at$10 ptr mith Slop where Le "ill ru.ve have done all kind*of REASONABLE TERMS, \ tNV and Wood Sto, ,uhnmed with neatness 'they arC not reooiia-
., of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting, 4"t"$ oj t
onom. Plantation work. Horse shoeing,and Carriage work in such as carnage painting und !trimming; making new q!;; and durability, at reduced prices.Out
.t Advert:semeoU not ntarkvd with the number of Every Color Style and Quality the very best manner and with promptness and dinp buggiew and wagons, and all kinds of repairing. Having Door Work. I mended as Universal
:;-: In.erflni will be enatinned until'f"bid. and charged "tch% first rate
::! a--4A .' '. which I am prepared to make up in the tnost November fi, 1853. 44 Hoofing. Ornamental Front Uead". tittering.Copper ': alls .
trc.rG5e&Les of publication; of legal or wtnte Carriage Painter and Trimmer, and Tin Conducting Pipe Sheet Lead Sheet Cure- but simply far
will fashionable style, on short notice Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, fo 'to do I Zinc.Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pump. Sbop..rkof I
: .Dot. .1H given until the advert fee M i from New York, the undersigned prepared
&: 0 --8 AND REASONABLE TERMS For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. I this kiwi of work as well and in the latest style as it I I I every variety done at short hottec.I V what their name 'purports. -

a : 1 L ALSOA E Subscriber baA just received a end be done at the North. I City and Country lUrrchanfs :
jrpH of All thoxe who have this kind of work to do, and i ;! .
, 1 LARGE ANU WELL SELECTED STOCK OF very large supply Carriages, I' I Arc respectfully invited to give me a call befoie purchasing
... and IIarne, which be ofTurs wish it done in manner that will not fall to give elsewhere.I3f .

.! READY-MADE CLOTHING, forsale on the mOt reasonable terms. I! satisfaction, wcrld do well to call on WM. ,.i JT.B. \. 11 artlelfes mannfactned (rom the t rybwt t The VERMIFUGE, foe
.. Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear, November 18, 1854. 4G 1 I material! and warranted durable. No other art!
:. ., sneh as Cloaks. Talmas Cc.llils.\ella Pants, tc, te, MILES NASH & CO.:- -----V ;,, May 2' 6'1 IS. : leVvill be offered for eol,. : expelling Worms from
.t which will be disposed of at low price i October 20, 1855. 49
/ Dealers in Medicines &c. i Piano Fortes. __ _____ : the humafa has
. :. Also. a large lot of Plain and. Fancy Shirts, Collars, Drugs, I -- ---- system, .

- I U lid i'rIlLirts,Cravat Stocks, Hosiery. J.(., Ac. USTreccive.l. from New York per bark R.II.Gara- I "TE are prepared to furnish Piano j f Wines Syraps, &eOLD .

- I Those desiring a thorough oulfit1.m consult their J UP, a general assortment of articles in our line, ',', Fortes of the very best quality, I I Crab Cider l. also been administeredwith
'- Otard d"y, Sparkling ,
., I own intevebts by giving me a call, as all the above articles such all Oils of almost every kind, Burning Fluid. the most liberal terms.

have been selected with gieat care, and with a I White Lead, Zinc and other paints, Window Gla"3 of upon They are second to none in any country either as I i i Madeira.Port, Old Brandy Port Ch Juice rtie,, the most satisfactory

special*iew to their adaptalk-n to this market. best Duality Putty, Brushes, PotJUh, So.1a, Sparkling to quality or price. i atdiues

..." 't October IS, 1866. ly-42 I! Gelutuifl,London Mustard, French Brandy(very best,) t Every,Instrumentwill be warranted. I Sparkling Sherry Gelatine, Preserved. QuInces J! results to various animals
'- tf r. I for medimal purposes] Spices. Pepper. Lemon Syrup II MILES NASH A CO.
Extracts.'a Pears
%En' S'rOREC1 GOOD Inks Peruvian Fluid Extract Buchu Flavoring
,Quiuine, Bark t 23,1S5C. 8 Worms.
February i to
Tamarinds.Spanish subject
Yeast Powder ,
\Ames &. Livelv i -++- I i il(%. tc.. and a general assortment of Popular Patent ;! -- V I Olives ,
WEBER DANNHEIMEE, I 3fedinc. We but the best and : Spices,
kicp none
very India Rubber The
.S HAVE just received tIe following, large and well : I hope to merit your: patroncjr": 1 Belting. i Corn Starch Pickles.Worce : LIVER PILLS, for
,; assortmeot BRUSHES, which are I MERCHANT TAILORS of ; <auce. Salad Oil, V
MILES NASH, & CO. 4 LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber B-l inj, ,
' offered for sale on as reasonable terms as can be af-- j AND DIALERS I.f I I _March lsG; IS -ZY. two, three and four ply, warranted fully equal English Mustard, Capers t the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT

folded in any Southern Market viz: I V to Leather, and! 75 per cent cheaper; in fact considered i I. Claret Cocoa,
Paint Brushes, ground from 0 to 000000, i READ Y-MADE CL O TIIL\G i WAKULLA IRONWORKS, : by'thcise who have tried them,superior to Leather AMES 4 LIVELY. all 'BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS -

doDO do Copperbound from No. 1 to I. .\ DGENTlEMENS' :Ne-uv :Por't F1a. All cir.cs, from 4 to 14 Inches wide constantly i I Jacuary. 5, 1SCG.Liverv .

.:. --. White Wash Brushes, of all grades and sizes I -V FURNISHING GOODS. -.-- --- -- on hand bv D. LADD. i : SICK HEAD.-

- Window do Hor.e do ; This Eslublislimciit is Now ndcr Full Blast t ,i Nf'\\"I.oI\ Oct. 18, 1850. *1 and Sale Stable. ,
Shoe do in pairs and with top ] .. ; .. I Do &C.Purchasers
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. Sea Root Bath Bruges, !. THE SUBSCRIBERS are now opening at I INCF tho' death of Mr. Pond, Mr. Gro. S. Kixo I Town Property for Sale. : .I". llK tice.undersigned that he hrn given no- ,
do do Velvet do Messts. 0. & J. M" S purcha
Store next to ghniss J1 .
all commnnication, therefore will
Horse Hair Flesh do curve/? and plAin ; n well selected Stock of Fall aud Winter has taken charge; undersigned ofT rs at private (tIc, the follow- I V_, =ed the Livery Stable of, please
. relative to work Ac., should! be addressed to him. rrHE
Tooth Hair and Nail Brnshet in : dcsTibed known as the Jravia Lots, I William II. New!om. in Talabf.ie.! together with the
great variety, Goods, suitable fur I !; be
All woik under the bead of this brines
.. Infant's do do i coining viz: 1't1l0". S. 2 5. 27, UO, 48, 1 W, 141, 142, I.I IS, : good will of the etl.'lhii..hment. and that he is now ; particular to ask for
GESTLEJIE1tr'E.JR, will be mechanically and neatly executed i
Horse do Flesh Gloves promptly 144. 22o 227. 235,239,240,241.212.243,244,245. I prepared to cirry on the business in all its I>ran<-he",

Wire bound Stencil Brushes.d i s-jasisling iu part of French and English CIf>th;, Caaiai ;! Ilt as irwJcrate a charge ns price of labor tc, will 243. 24 U, 250. 252, 253, 254: 256. 257. 258, 263, all and promises the p--b'u- with g od accommodations : Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated -

> do marking do I' rc3 anvl} \\e.-.tin of the latest btyle and best Duality I I ju!lir.( in the original plan of the city Tallahaesec.j in Ms, line on i'eas: <>Dr.ble terms.RICHARD.
Ijcn bound HOof d.) I which they are piepared to make np to order in .I!1 This fctablifehaunt is i n-jt kept up for the purpose ;j ALSO ; SAUSDERS.Sp. VERMIFUGE and
Handle Scrub do I II A YiotkiiiJin like And fubiouable manner, nnd on RTA- 'i of making money, (Hir.injje to say.) n? dear bought I 1 6. 1335 CO I
h.io ffenuuntr! tell to i it :1ll11\t be done Lots NOB. 3,4, 5 C. 7; ia S. : _
Poonftb and do i SO.NABLE TEH MX ALo, a gcx-d asaoitment. of experience me C I 1,2 County r..LSO --- LIVER PILLS
Lackering i prepared by
. ", in this region nt tl.H branch t.f business; -but f>,r the ; ,
I Guilders and Graining Combs, ;
tips 1 .
Ixnefit of the unforttnmte, who happen to hAve Engines .
Camel's Hair and Badgers Blendeu, conei-jting of Fine Black and Colored Clot Frock V auJ such like, tor"|>air.Tli' j; L<.ts N,!. 4.12,13.15,16,22,25, 29, 40, 48, 61I month afterdate, the nr. pr ign/, executor V crdc. t

do do Pencils, !: Coats, Fancy Ca->iinere. BUM'ICJS! Cttats, Black aid I I C'.',in the South J County quarter. ; ._: the estate pf Tl.orrcs Reyr.bld*. deceased, Inte @\o!,.
Shaving Brushes-Badger Buffalo and Brittle, :' Ll.ick and 1"Iter1H'fflck. JItiltu'1iI.f., d'c., ItinpLarye j The above described belonged I I tn\\.1\1
Colored Ralar.3 and OHI Coat?, Faiicy property formerly I of Leon county will present his: final accounts laVa
Hat -do I'I Doeskin and Cas-si-nt-ie Paul. Figured Grcaadmo t'l o.J()', mill f/ooJ Condition :, to (OV. Brown. For further information and terms, : vouchers to the Iliin.jnilge Probate of said county

Together with a large lot of PAinta and Paiulci ilitcrials. J I I and Fancy Silk and Cassimcre Vest i V Jzt'; .Yff//1 f
---ALSO--- Attorney at Law, Tallann3sc V JESSE AVEP.ITT. Exeau'or.
f Nov. 14, 1857. 47BLACKSMrTHING ,:I : ; Pl: lie-", l'tml.t'r Boxes, Hanging* fur i CHARLES P. MANNING. Sept. 12, 1857. 37GrnNotice. ; Pa., and take'no

:1 A good assortineut of black and Lucy silk aval's: fchafiii' *. Spur, Gninnr.: Wuler and Si cam Pij.o, I. Until sold, the above property will be for rent. ---- --- ;
. i I i ap.l ties, siiitf! merino silk.and cotton njer ilirlx, l St -p C..tks. Ga-j:e C..ok-, (:rate n.n". Plow Castii.g' A. PERRY AMAKER. V other as there are variousV

I I collars, fct,cks, glove?, &. : Hi-gar Roller", Circular and Upright Saw )Iill und i! February 1i C, 18:(. 7-tf ,
----J- I i TLc *vr5ber8 are new brgiineis and not eulirelv !: (tii"t Mill ciring, Circular and Upright Saws, tc.. I ____ h ________ i, :.rx M->ntLs after date. I shall present my aal ariO other preparations

. r THE firm of BROKAW d I i unknown to the community and they pledge : ite_ ".{., Generally kept on Hand, or got up on Shoit 78,000 Havana Segars : court and vouchers: to the Hon. Jwfcc of Pro- now
. having been diool. tnciceclres to give s-itiafactioa to all who may favor : Notice. Iu Fac't, Hf i i. the Place f'r all that Want 1 bite. of Jeffer \n county. as n.tnuinirator 1 with the before the
_ vcd.the underpinned notifies 1 hid i I them with tLeir i.atrona;c. Work in this Line Done HJI UighJ: and with Dispatch. OF the fallowing favorite brand") n.w in Stcra Will annexed of the Estate of Mary Saltonstall late public, purporting

old customers and the public generally that he has J. WEBER, + ll&vii.g i-oiue halt a d'.zen Enines riiysfclfconataulIv I and for sale by AMES & LIVELY. :, of faM cout.ty; deceased and ask for a discharge fora be

made arrangements with"D. C. Wilson by which he 'I L. DANNHEIMER. i runu'u.g. caused the tablisbment' to be erectedthe i .1 00 Yonng America, : paid adminiet: rat ion. to Vermifuge

take the ibop formerly ocvnpi'd by him, under the :, 1E57. S9-tf same t'al1oe mu t keep it up. Therefore, you cau I \00( Ho Napier, i JOSHUA.\ LOR Admfr.. dc. V
firm of Sept. tfi. alwavs rely (IIi having work doce at the Of(:00) El Mundac Neva Lon ------- ------
:E. B Fitts & Co. WAKCLLA IRON 1rOJLl.But { I SC''O Empress Eugenia, *
i others in
A. B. CLARKE\ coo Lalsletns, Notice.SIX comparison
1 nnd is now prepared to execute all work done in : -+- I 4CV.O Old Figaro, .
Monti:* nfttr datp, I shall aa sxccutor of ths
'hdr line f business viz I Here Comes :L'e\citlinporlwzs Thing. COoIori Muras, with Dr. McLANE"s
. ( ; 1 I S DOW receiving his Fall aa.1 l Vi'istcr Stock (.f Charles T. J. Singelt.-n, late of Jeff-r- are
Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Repairing 'I I Goods suitable forz' ; PAY PAY !!! PAY ]10009 5000 Andesdes La Favourfta Rivaa, I: sfn c. rnty, Florida, decrased, render ray final aecoints worthless.

A Carriages and Buggies I II t i You will fend t.) Nt w York, Philadelphia and Bal 10COO) LiFontica, .i,I : ami apply to the lIon. Judge of "Probat?. of
j Plantation work If ; an-1 have woik dmi without fur said county, f'>r a discharge from further administ-a-:
of t timore. a moment 'jl'00 Kl Dc Orion, The
discriplion i consisting in part of French cud Ln li-ih Clutl.F, Ca iinitie : dreaming: of credit, but hf-rc at h'-mc, where there an 12000 Regalia Londres, S lion of said eita:#. ]. GENUINE McLane'sVermifuge
every : colors and of the lJt CHARLES T. J. SJ GELTO .
and ofalJ pil '
Ytstics 1 no Bankf or BaiiLing f.icililic or' surplus capital, iou 2COO( Eleecion.
Milt Irons and repairing same, Ironing Wagons : iy, which he i" piepaicd to L.-anuAiclnrc to order on I: want 1, 2.:! :3, 4 and 5 years credit, and then require Oct 17. 13"7. 12 Qualified EitV.rov and Liver

; and Carts, I the most reasonable terms and in the moit ride from SO to 500 milt for and pioba- : 2 3. 3337 4S321Tallahassee
I' one to pay. - ---- -- .
u : Pills be had
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Aid iu fact every other diseiiptir-n of xroik mad of i! FASHIONABLE MANNER, I by! ullimattly *Ap"> d fri-rn 10 to 25 per cent of DENTISTRY.I can now at

' -.; Iron and Steel. all of which we waEA.\T, and pledge t amount in cullcctmsj 1$ this li i igl.t ? Is this encourjigin Sash and Blind

ocntlves to execute at the shortest notice. 'I Together' with a general assortment of : ;. Home Industiy ? lfj, cau you be surprised DP T. J. CUR LEE, F.A.CTC B.Y. !: all respectable Drug

. 'j H. B. FITTS. th: t it docs uol thrive rI t
Feb.14, IS.1 '. 1-Jy READY-HADE CLOTHING, I Airangciuents! mu t i-a nado fur payment b.f'Te "\ \7] LL eon nui>, in future, the prac- I THE undersized adopts this method infornvrg Stores.
> > : that he has recommenced) the above ,
ticeofDENTIdTHV} in S..uth
j V I tlfif11/ public:
I that nillcomp.irft flTc n.Lly.ith any block uf C1th eli\rJ? of work through some House in thi place,
a. and Miiidl and East Florida. business:; the c.iv; T.alht'.r.--pc. and would be
I Georgia; in ? o : FLEMING ERO'SWooD
ir.g ever exhibited fur sale m thiij city, c"lI"i"liui ot t. Nik. or TalLhaiee-that is far enough from ; ,
Notice. I He }ha* hail several years practical experience in the pleas-! to receive the patronage of ha friends. Shop
Fine Black and Colon Cloth and Fro k C..at .J1)ne.: I
which at the Kail: Road I. W. BO WEN. 60 ST. PITTSBURGH PA.
profusion the last three of has been in thoseV Depot. ,
Faucv Caasiir.ere and Ucavtr Fu-ck at d Liiiitn-es i You good, but we canp.ft ran ofler our .
made unye
: na eri ned has ith II '
< arrangements .
March 7. 57. 10
His work i is
-rUE sert'i-n1'! cf\:1otry. of the most beautiful -
Coat ; eflrbiuirs I'M tbs: Besides, when Sole
Fills to take cLarge of his Blacksmith Shop ,I hard Department. Proprietor
and hn.b, and solicits fur the new firm, the patronagt B.ick! and colored Cloth: Beaver and Pilot! Over- !: I..l l j Sack Swrtouti, cl.-t believe it i: uotlafd''ne: bocav.s they owe ; every Notice.1"UE .
of bis old customers. D. C. WILSON. ; I C'jmmunicati'ius srnt l to Monticelln Fla, will f<. 1 tl.Charters St.New Orleta
Raglan's Black aud Fancy Doezkin and Cassimere I for it. rttlr=:pned six mwiths-after: da.t will ,
F'b.M.1SS7. 7-ly I I receive attention : : ? pre- I Cerefal Wholesale for the S thtm S&&t.,t
I\a s-xij a3 pieviouswill gent ,
I Pants, I DAXJEL! LXDD.Ncis erngen.it. to Hat Jure Prolate of J.-on County ,, lk
all IcTfQ&eatd
I >ra or eri man
I I Best Grenadine, Barathea, atio and Cloth Veils, I'ur .it-ly 11. IS;'. _28_ _ I permit. .__-rN..' thoir; Snilacc-ountstf lh* estate erf Alfred M. Gatlin Sold by Amps GUNSMITH SHOP. i Fancy Velvet Cas iaicrc, silk and Cashmere do., I i decea'd and ask for .1 discharge from the adminis- V Na.h it'Co, Tanahaasfe. 11L! ; J. S. M. D..iHv',
I Silk do ; Administrator's Notice. trattt'U of said estate.
:i WLite n EEnEcEs : i Quincy; Gardner: 4 Mills. Newport; W. T. Carp

t : undersigned begs leave to inform tLc citizens Ger.&Shawl, Dressing Robrs, Fine BLirts, Silk, : TIlE undersijrnc'd having boon an[>'.*tiinted 1 ndm"i-: ,I Gov. :\. S. PERKY Florida. V SARAH A. RETIO Fxtr'x.Fdl'i:i teri Co, Wankeenat; ely 4 Pope. Ifadboir'Palmar

1"IlF.this place an i surrounding country, that he ; Cotton and ileriuo Under shirts, i ,; ', with the will unnesc'J. of th-j Ki-tatc: of Ho.v. J. L. SEWARM, ) .- !. TUIiBUTT n. BETTO & BroMoDtic.ll6. S.PnIe ten. M..tie lk
. : buopi'nedanurnberone 4 Cauto Flauuel anJ Jean Drawer3. I Frederick 1 'Fowl-1, lately, jlccf-aseil hereby gives notice I HON. II E. LOVE, } u'JmS1't.le, va. in right of his wife. ,. W. Rogers i Co. Cbattahooehee; Balttell *""WMf

!i -ALSO- to all creditors, U-gaUi-s, and: penom eutttled to 11tnV. S. DILWOETII, ) T1REV. fi!pt. ?6. 1857. ::-6m V i, on, ilananna; Nicholson Zei,ler. Bainbridft

GUNSMITH SHOP, I i I ihsliiltution, that their claims and demands will be I W. E. HAMILTOX, f ilontlcell, : D. 1!. D'ckmion, Babbridge ; E.S.ua tTh..UJTilk

and that be is now prepared to do all kiu-i cf iork 1! A general assortment of Fancy and Black Silk auJ barred at the expiration of two ywirs after the grnn- I IIn:. J. C. kGIIF.E. ) u vtCOL. V Fotice. Ga.

belonging to bis line of business in the best and moet I 1 Satin Stocks Ties and Ciavats, Collau, colored and : tit; of Kllcrc ofudnuLiatiatioa unless exhibited within T. C I)curE 1I f.ul J..00, I,4.I { after dat< we the ndi i, Febrcary 21, 8C7. 8-1.1' .
t undersigned
workmanlike manner. All work done ct his: eliopwarranted. i! white Kid and Silk Glove, Buck nod Lisle TLread that period.AnJ V I I (hI': M. WHIT SMITU. Alligator, Flo. SLTImithi of the Estate of Jibn Smith dacfa"l. -
do.. Ladies Gauntlets furenosLu cn, Canibiic and allih rsons' iudtbted to the said Freilerick 57. 17 ( .mea eft? XjlvolyTALLAHASSEE
April !late of G.tdden cocntv. will final
gSr Call and Jite him a trial EJ i Silk Handkerchiefs, Brown and Fancy Cotton, Lisle I' Towle, cr to the late firm of Towle A Mycre, are --.-- _I ---- -- --- '- ---- --.- present our ; FLORIDA.
and vouchers
to the Hon. of Probate.
artounu Judge
i i icf
. AUGUSTUS BUOWN. i! Thread und Maiiuo i Hose, &.., Ac. CALL AND hereby required to make immediate, ] payment.Mr. .

i Shop next door to J. & G. Zuker's, Harness I BUY. Selim W. lyert1, of Tallahassee, i is authorisfid I FULTON FOUNDRY, :I said county and THOMAS ak to be R Ji..t'l1nrl'lJ.SMITH, > i f fIIJ Wholenila and Retail Dealers fIIiJa

i SHOP.Tallahassee ) October 18, 185G. 42 to act as my agent in receiving noticef claims and I I; Ta11ahasscc F1.a. JOHN II. SMITH, f A..J..t." r DEU03 AND :MEDICIHES.Perftnaery : : .tA -
-- payments of mouey anti for ull other business connected '
,! Dec. 19 1857. M-Gm with said administration. I Quincy. Nov. 21, 1S57. 4-Gm ; Dyestoffi, din':"al JD.trnmuta.Sf.keK.
From New York mv. r'HE UNDERSIGNED: beg leave to inform tho. __ _
1 SIMON TOWLE.Jan. that have associated themselves in SnnfT. WinJoiri Olasa. PaiDU.Ol .
. ; public! they
GARDEN SEEDS PER BRIG REMINGTON." I 9. 1859. under the and of Madison Circuit Ctfurt. Vanishes Putty Manu dnred TON_,

I __ ._.___ ..__ _ I buiinp", name style and Glass Ware. Patent Medicine.
GROWTH OF 1857. I CRUSHED Sugar, Onions, I GREAT SALl' OFI : Cardy Baya & Co. Cannon II. Shipp Administrator of) i I Fine Fins Toot, Pole Wines and BraDdtl
: Soaps
: __.1 L jaf Rio Coffee, I Cannon II. Shipp,dec'd,Comp't 1 1t.
; ""IrE weuld call the attention of our friends ao J Powdeied Java : arid Hair Brushes for Medicinal,f ,.
f ; : of the trade Founders} and 5,
f, School & Lands. for the purpose following Articles
the and Seminary Paint Brushes Fancy ,
puUie rally,to our Large ,
gtn prestnt .
Starch { '
t Afcsortmeut'cfFRESH : Bee Syrup ;i Machinist', and are prepared to execute all kinds of Red.lin C. Shipp, CIarL".i Win- Garden Seeds FID HaTana
veU selected Sep TI.
I Dried Apples, Soap, V NOTICE is hereby git'en, that in pursuance of I woik appertaining/ to this' business. Steam Engines [ gate, William Smith and Molsey, Ia Cbancer.his hare recently received a 2rgt end Fra&rupply

GARDEN SEEDS.Our I Rice, Pepper will oflxr for mle at public auction, all the furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction j wife, find their Descendants, j They of of artklei Ir
. White Beans, Ginger, : Mills and of nil kinds trade with I' Britton King and Elizabeth his I every rarftty nauallytpt
. SEMIXARY; LAXDSAXn Sugar Castings ,
Seeds are procured from a Cold Climate, and druggists. Planter and PSyjjcians will alirays fJ Fulton Market Beef, AUpice.5 i : wife and their Descendants
and DCj j
neatness aud dispatch. Plans estimates furnished ,
. will fL urisa the better in establishment full ...
uequently > a warmer one, ALSO ALL TIIEI this a supply tTerylirof
Sderatis, Sweet Oil, of all kinds of Machinery and Engineering.: Theyare fendant J I
sach as ours. C3T" Call carly or send orders, ded, and one most liberal tertna
.; thai you may secure the varieties you Ijofined andtatMha

- AMES 4 LIVELY. Adamantine Candles, I aud lands selected to supply deficiencies therein, lying for Ginning Cutton, Grinding and Sawiog and Harj Irison's j affidavit filed in this cause, that none of said Defendants tion guaranteed, with regard both price* and <}iali

January 188. 2 I Maccaroai, Green Peas, and being in the Counties hereinafter named at Grist Mills for steam or horse power. are residents of the State of }Florida but I j ty. Physician's prescriptionarefnlly compea .

. I Mace, Asparagus the times herein specified. The sale of the land lying JOSEPH CARDY, that the said Rcddin C. Shipp resides in the Stateof I Also.Epprnp's compound Plaid Extract: of Bvekv

Look at This Pickles assorted, Tomatoes. in each county will take place before the door of WILLIAM BAYA, i Georgia, the sail Clarissa Wingatc, in the State .Jan 5, 1831C8
Yeast Powdor, Carrent Jelly, the Court-house, in which they respectively lie. The JOHN CARDY. i of North Carolina and I hat the residency of the said I. V V

n'HOSE vbo have not supplied them- Matches, Lob ttr. sale will commence- May SO, '5;. 22-ly [i William and Molsey Smith and their Descendants, I Cod Liver Oil. V

JLj; selves with atock for the present year, ALSO- I III Madison Counly, on Monday the 12th of and Biitton. and Elizabeth King, and their Descendants i PURE of the celebrated "Brands" H
would do well to vail and see our lot be-._ ?A general assortment of Teat. April val In the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit of arc unknown to the Complainant, but that ne- FRESH Clark& Co, it Rnshton's. ,
far 'purchaeiugelsewhere.. We Lave several Dot j ; Florida. cording to the best information he can obtain, they LITtLT
A Li O- For sale by AMES
pair of horses, well broke, and also several A No. 1 I In Columbia County, on Monday the 10/A of resides ((if any of them nre I living) in some of the
harness horses .which will offer for sale An extensive assortment of assorted CANDY.For neit Enoch II.Forbes,nUll his: wife, Susan -) :_..,Vtr,4. ...., C'ftf, ,I April 5, 1856. U .
siagle we on j April ; I oJ"U'U ii caiviu ' the moat reasonable term sale by IlK BERRY. I 1! In AlacJiuu County, on Monday the 2CA of CatI.nrine't.rbc!, I It is on motion ordered that the Defendants appear -' I

,W.aathetpermiu.ing,we will be in Tallahassee on Sept. 26, 1857. 39 I I i t.s. and answer the Complainant's Bill otherwise, Notice.S .
April neat William C.Saunders Executor and I ;
or about the 18th or Oth intt. ; l the said bill s'lall be taken pr -(oOleseo. It is further I Months from the first publication of Uua no
In the 29/A Esther B. Rose, Execntrir of the In Leoa coun- ;
I Levy County, on Thursday of ,
. HILL 4 UILI$. Notice.IN oidcicd, that a copy of this order be published tice. the undersigned a dministrator of the Ea-
labt Will and Testament of Jo. }ty In Chauseph -
Jaa.l; IBU.8ti April nut ; weekly for four mottlia in the Tallahassee Floridian: tate of Robert Sturge, deceased late of Leoo'eoaD-
pursuance of an order of the Hon. J. Wayles In Marion County, on Monday the IblofMayncil I Miller, deceased, William cery. & Jour";] Doie and orlcredntCbambersthis 12th ty, will present hb final account and vouchers as said
1 of the Circuit Couit of the Middle C.Saumler*, James Miller, Joseph -
Baker. Judge I of December A. D. 1857.J. administrator
II IT. 8. Marshal's Sale day and ask for a discharge. a
Circuit of Florida, in the case of George W. Jones ; Miller, Daniel McCauley,J W YLES BAKER Judge. DANIEL D.STURGES,Admt'r.Jan.
John D. In Sampler County, on Thursday the G//I of I Thomas Clark, and his wifeMar ,
FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH NEXT. nnd wife, et. al. vs. ThcHnps.mlnd Lucy 'I Dec. 19, 1857. 51-4m I 9. 1858. z.amInsolvent
Thompson, administratrix of William Thompson, deceased May nnl ; I tha C. Clark nnd John Miller.

BY virtue of a wnt of fieri facias issued from the undersigned Commissioners will {sell at I In llernando County on Monday the \0th of' appearing to the satisfaction of I ihe Court by affidavit In Estate Notice.STATE
',office of the United States District Court public sale to the highest bidder before the COUI t. next 'I IT made :and filed in tlii-s cause, that Win. I Chancery. .

Tallahassee, in and for the Northern District of iiouhe, door in Tallahassee, en the 1ft Monday In May ; C. Saunders, James Miller, Joseph Miller Daniel Abraham K. Allison, OF FLORIDA )

Floridvwherein! John _W. Cowart is Plaintiff and March next, the following described lands, to.wit- In Hillsloro' County, on Saturday the 15th I V McCauley, and John Miller. Defendants, in the Bill p*. JEFFERSON' COUNTY,J

William Temples is"Defendant I have levied upon EofNW1NWofNWSee.6Town.1R.2.N&E V of May next ; filed in the a ll\e stated cause, reside beyond the jurisdiction William; H. Gunn and John G. Smith, Iu Gads- D.REICHERT administrator of ti*MfoU
. and will expose for feale before the Court-house doorin ; ElofS\VLSE4ofN W J, N W 4 In Manatee County, on Tuesday the 10th of' i.f this Court and beyond the limits of the Administrators, de bonis non of the den Circuit JOHN Bargdorff late of Jefferson otroty,

th' Town'of Quincy,on die first Monday in March ofNWSeelT2R2N&CSE J of NE llCll nelt. D. S. WALKER, State Florida, but within the United States: It is Estate of Cornelius English dec'd, Court, Middle deceased, has filed in the Probat office of Jeffwsm

'; Btrt cb ;.WfcUc Mule, levied upon as the properly tSce36.T2HlN&EB ofH W J, Sec 25, iSfC. I thoiefote ordered, that said Defendants, William C. and! Joseph English,Josiah Engli, Circuit county a written suggestion that be believes the estate -

of W'1'eIn 4es, and to be1 sold to eatiify said writ T 2, EtiN&E; SE4ofSESec26T2R1, Register, I Suunders, James Miller, Joseph Miller,.Daniel McCauley Thomas English, Lacy English of Florida of Charley Burgdorff, to be insolvent. Thereupon

of fL fa. according to law. N A E, containing 410 acres more or less and lyingin ._ Jan._.. 16, 1858. 3-1St. nnd John Miller, appear and answer raid Joshua' English, Elizabeth English notice is hereby given to all persona baring claims
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E. BLACKBURN Marshal the couutyfcf Leon. Also 40 acres of land adjoining I Bill, on or before the first Monday in May next, 1858, Nancy, Eugli b. Jane S. Johnson, againt saul estate to appear and file the same vita

.Br JOHN O.SMITH. Dep'y. Marl.Quiacy the above tract and a small tract in the southern Notice.S"'rlX otherwise tite Complainants' Bill shall be taken as Louisa Lnstinger,and.her husband, the Judge of Probate,of said county on or: otfor

;Jao.. M, 1658.. 4-Us part of I-eon county belonging to the Estate of week-after date the undersignedsill apply confe> agaiust them. Provided, That a copy of William Lnsticger. the third day of May next,,vhen there will be a pro-

. Wm. L.Thompson, deceased. 'l'crmstJfsale- the Judge Probate, of Leon county, for l let- this order be published in a newspaper printed inV appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by rata distribution the funds belonging to said estate

: NoticeiS and the balance in one and two equal annual. iustiil- tent of administration: do bonk non, on the Estate of Tallahassee, Florida, once a week for four months IT afhd-tvit, made and filed in this cause, that Joseph amongst the creditor thereof; at which time the said

.that Receiver's 'i._____, with.__._ 8_ .ner_n cent_____ _interest.___ Wm. ... R ttvon c:1.I'AU_. -V._ WIT. --.fOY-!'--.._ preceding said Rule Day in May, A. D. 1858. English and Louisa Lastinger.and ber husband John D.Reichert will apply for his final discharg*
hereby given ReeeiptNo.11,183iasutdtoinfor24.81piidbyme O.C.TOWSEND.THOS. -----J.------- Chambers this 29th the Bdmiouiratiofi of said estates'. .,
Jan.9,1858. 2-6w' Ordered at day of December, William from
defendants in the in
1 Laslinger; Bill filed the
United -
to the .ROBERTS BAKER. THOMAS;.CffASZ ; Probate..
A. 1857. J. YLES Judge. Jadye
}Corn ". 1 -- above stated cause, reside the of
States Fractional Section No. 6, of Township beyond jurisdiction
JOHN D.F. HOUCK, f Jan'2
1858. J l-4m Oct.31. le 7. :!m
ETNA this Court, and tholimits. of
No.:34 Bangs No.1 North and West and datedat IIINTON SAUNDERS. beyond of the State
Tallahassee September 21, 1864, Las been lost Florida, but withiu the United States. It is therefore
Jan. BO 18.r 8. 5tdsSheriff's
.r destroyed and that said entry'of land having been INSURANCE CONPANY Winter Supplies. ordered. That said defendants,,Joseph En?lih, Keep Your Doors, Shut !

-- euc l d by.ib+Oeaer&l' Land Offioe,; ft is my intention STOCK is now complete and for in. Louisa Lastiuger, and her husband William Lastin- of the severe colds .which 'cause Fsvers, V

-. to app1rtorre paym nt of, purchase Sale. OF HARTFORD.Incorporated I OUR and couipi'itcs as usual, good open seloc ger appear to and answer, plead or demur to said MANY anti the .thousand ills that ftW i is

:? B>OO el.. ,Signed l .; DEMPSEY TAYLOR.. It- iou of Bill, on or before the first ,Monday in March next heir to.-are caused bj,the waat sLGra's Detachable
virtud of fieri facias issued from the
of a writ ((1858,) otherwise the Bill shall be ta- V V V
Jan S OU58.. ,5-6" BY in Charter Door sale ..
office of Leon Circuit Court, wherein 1819.- Perpetual Groceries, Hardware. Hollow-ware,Tin-ware, Sad ken as confessed against them. .Provided That a Springs. V For V by V ,'
is and Noah James L. -0- dlery Crockery Glass-ware, Cooking and Par- V., BtqUf.kDENU..
I Julia Fennel plantiff McElvy of this order be published in a Newspaper priuted V V '
-. L .Health Bitters.TO Page and Fraucis H. Flagg are defendants I Lave CAS1I CAPITAL,-$1,000,000. lor Stoves. Dry Good, Iron and Steel I, Furniture copy in Tallahassee. Funds once a week for four Nov 14, 1857.49.. ,. ,

those suffering from Dyspeptia, Debility en- I,I levied upon and will expose for sale, before the Hat and Cape, Boots and Shoes, and Months, preceding the said Rule DaY j in'March, ,A.
iebUd )bMkh of.deranged state of the Stomach Court-houee door in the city of Tallahassee, within Yankee Notions of all sorts. ,D., 1838. Ordered at Chambers this Slstday of October .N ti eV .

*&, -&.., tbesiiJJittara. are recommended by the ; )legal hours, on the first Monday io March,'1858, the ONTEKMS ADAPTED TILE JfAZAKD All which we offer for sale and respectfully solicit 185?. J. WAYLE3 BAKER, x>Touths. after:,Tate- .-'tl "uihrsrgned" adm&sfa.'- -
.b E an inspection of same, by our friends and the
Faculty,.as. a 4fcln care.. YeT eal4 by following:described lands to-wit: The S | of i public. Judge. Middle Circuit. S.tartbePsteto: ofJn8ra deceased
-WMB0TLE See. E oC the S.W the S.w of the 8 W i, OF COMPENSATION.'B. McNAUGHT, ORMOND tl :.DENJIAM.i i V NOT. 7, 1857 '.45'4T0Vn'liidI. V late of Oftd 1eo' will aeeountto
KoV.14.1857., : 46: "- and the N W.i of the S W Jf Sec. 36,T. 1, of B. 1 ( C. LEWIS Agent Newport, Nov. 14, 18&1t 4fl, ... th ot Probate au ty, 'saw brmoittijipal o-mnty. n4 '.*. ** V.V
Judge ,
I '- :EaU; the N W i of the N E J, and the, IT E :4 of For Tallah ue and ,ti i inity1AugustI5,18. 'VPA JdJD\:

ftHDIE \ the N W 4 of Sec. 2,T..2 South of Range 1, East .* 83 r Bagging _and Hope : : .Udjschw. !,ed., 'l.'iI:3_.. ".D.VJPNES. LhE.of!h.n1V"e..l

-, 'iir.SIiI;t800' .' Quinine, IcvW containing upon au as the 85-100 property acres.,of more James or'.L.less,Page'and' ,to and be V Lochfines VV GUNNY Cloth aud Sea Island Bagging. .O for sale SUPERIOR by QUALITY. AMES,just, Bale Rope and Twine, V V
to' E .
-tJ'Patr Brattd7totetkeriai variety sold to satisfy said writ'acoording law ,A10;
fpcrCi*mieil i .AMES 4 LIVELY,'' 4, of the S.W' 1 of Sec. 2, and the N E.1 ;of .Ib*NW O A HALF BBLS.LocbfiDe Herrings,just landed A good supply) and for sale by V January 81; 1867._ : V V : 5Nptice VV I Insolvent Estate Hetiee.sanw .'

Qpll J.S67rti'; ijmdiliQ N.E i of Sec,11, in,T.2, South of R.-l \J V and for sale price f 10 half barrel .. .MoNAUGaT ORMOND'A CO. 'j } r:1L t.i.Jt1Jl 1frJ.l\t ii 7 ,.014Ji" V
Newport. 14 1851. .
.. S East,levied aa tbf 'of IfoaUrMcElvopntoining 40 V '
property .1 .
-I; 55* ; -A., > .: J upon / l" W b &
l.- : 278 8 -100 acres, more or less and to. beIOtd Dec.19,18fl.V ;' ', : ;
The 'Mootht after'date''I tell as exeeutrtc of the eta Ltr i frttp 'pp the
4 .K.J.t to aiifffr.taid .as alao writ fJf fi. al| uod Original Extra Quality'CORN' S V :
jblioition f .- r Heir & ,Coles ;.Eatate"orBenjamin" Johnson ;'late Jefferson' with thi Ju'tgef tILeICODII$1 CD'or
; 4 --S r tbf.a (rom LeooOutwhirsinDO. Wibon is V !'4PVHsV county Floridai deceased, tender ray final account,' before:th*.fiftb'dar o'fjJoiy.'lMSifcr p411P.nt pro
? .itha, .c. ,piiatiLa: ct. NO abMcEIv r is "defendant; 'Leviedj f TT.AYR.reopened for the season their busiuew 0 and apply to the Hooorabl.Thomas J.Chace, :'ratnsuggestioaO11t1Inso1Yoo7, tbs ntecntor of ttid fettata"'h.1& td.r t .
and $fji Estate '
ont ..; >oa JM ftf bropetty of said defendintr'and'to beoll X.L Welgbipg;Storage, sndSel1inCottoD. ;and wil PREPARED npressly'fbr: pa1ding5Ice .j.t m.J of Pro1iat..' t thV Oour \ eT ProbaU'..f;saId Jb.tp"j -/ ; .Vt
of Bka J.Jerkin<{.. laU of LeoL con.t7." to'tetiwr wd'*rita of fan Fadaa,-aaaording to- make. liberal advances on,'Cotton- consigned to'tbei. Mange Owtards. Pjet,-Porri V: for tfdiicBargflr from' further : ; V.V irer/* 4 V 'I. lp.Jao.5,1857. w1rGwy2nL "

;_ .MIl.a 1IiMbarr.- 1f:1r.JnL'LAam\"t.. -" -'. -.. R. SAUNDERS, -Sherif.1 certk": .,, ** : :''r 1JV:: .tcdfrSsbbrV VV AMES.A LIVELY.. '; eltate: V '" V SARAH A.JOHNSON., I' V ." ,,.- -, -.' .'".',' ..1.. ... 1N-. : V

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