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 20, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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(arb, [Tran lated from the Heraldo (City of Mexico,) of -Messrs. Keltt and 'Grow Apologising Latest Indian Kews.r The Riot In Congress .. l.! -. c, .' ,< 4 .11
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: January] I '
Tbe: Spanish? American Repfa&Hts. Mr. KEITT, rjf South Carolina,'addressed Three Indians Warrior, Sqvarr, and Child A correspondent gives the following) further ri..wJQ1Jiagia.tlsRUl ii '

the' Houe follows Cctiglil by the Volu: concerning the disgraceful melee 'by J the Speaker'of ibrHopie/ ,
HILES'IASH: & CO. Spnnish America is a vast field of battle. as : particulars: .
4 : The history of its republics i is a hi.-tory of Mr. SPEAKER : I r.sk the House to indulge The Florida Penir.sdlar, published at Tam in Congress.,, on Saturday. last:. olntlon !introdoeed'(MrlUrrU. aflIias

.DZALZ.S t" bloody revolnlions, of fratricidal wars, of me a moment in a personal explanation. pa, gf Jan.20th contains tho following as last The prominent Southerners engaged were and.adopted on JA Monday* ., i' ,?r. <...",

DRUGS,< FAUlTS, shameful defections of ten ible outrages, and The House. will remember that its proceedings warlike cxhilitions Against the Red Indiana Messrs. Barkfdale Lamar, and Reuben Davis Thomas L. n.-.t.1aq 1l". S

of wincuinary crimes. The worla docs not during the session Friday were broken A spouting party composed of Captnms of Mis., Barton Craige, of North CaroJina ocrat. : jj, n *> l 'r

)IEftICINES1.1S OILS hrar of these rich and splendid countries except with m utipleasant incident. It is dueto Sparkniau'a Lesl.,'., Carter's and Bullock's and other On the Republican side A. H.Stephens. Georgia- *

mfortn du.ir and the pu\o1ie. l hj the echo of Ihc 'h.dNI1ing cannon fair dealing that I should assume upon companies, under command: of the former, were the three brothers Washburne, Kellogg Justin S. MorreH, Yrrmon.t-RepsJZw* .

WOULD: on hand a neno jrood a*rtment oft DC that mRl'tcA fr sh conflicts nnd fresh torrentsof my self all the responsibility for the violation : left. Crmp Rogere "on the llth inst., for an and Lovejo, of' Illinois and Potter, of Wis John Letcher,Virginia Donotra : ,

trttclrs aa are oerallj k-pt in their line of busineckm Mood. Modern democrncj hils acquiretl I of its order, dignity, and decorum. I was (i l1t.dny'15 hunt in the Big Cn>'C5S. consin. This latter gentleman was n host in Edward Wade, OhRUra'l :

will!1 he rcceitinjrernl! *rlvfreh copplies. TheiR the habit of adjusting its disputes by means the aggressor. and whatever responbibihtvat' The country being; unsuited for horsemen himself. He struck iight and left with both John A.-Qoitman, ,Miss1upjil.u41XF.

term shall be reaomibe.TUbate. of artillery as if wished d to desi'oil mon- 'aches to Ihe act properly belongs In we Cflpt. Bullock, with -filly men was detailedas arms, and left his mark wherever his blows Warren Wintlow, North D. ?

April 9,li 185S- 14. \ch? not only of its cr.wn, but also! of its :ilone. It i is also due Jo ju::ice lLal I should a horso guard, and left at the placebo fi11.He has the reputation this morning of ocral. _.." ;

Dr. Miles H. Nash vltima ratio. Alter having fus ained with make whatever reparation is in ,my power to CS 0 ping.! having floored" no has than. fifteen most Henry Rennetf, Newnk.r "pplJss,

us rftOFLS8ioNAt.tiEETiorFTO THECITIIIKS, or Spain a war, in which it reaped ninny !htU'I, the dignity nnd decorum of the" House thus On the 12th they found oU wnrriJrtslrt if not,all of ,whom. aro to-day bocuplod In' AllisOn White, Pefliwjlwiiitt : .
CrrKKi nn -
TALLAHASSEE AND scB.uor\DisrcocKTtT. its companions iu arms have tamed their violated. 1 do that in the expression of profound "found nursing black rye- I David.S. \Viibrdie, MieWgn4t '
on the ] several fial-K not I ._ ,.;.;_ 4g. __
sworda each other at the Personal fill the .
etof the upon and have made fatal legret OCC rJ'l"Ucc. Most surprising of was to see venfc. "
with Dr. M. e I
; OFFICE! .iaimediattlj nroT M j ia.il"-'* _...1.f. r-ir -:.ltn -' .' II'.1 -rrn.. "YJ"kn r before* --..?discovered.,_ ....,,..- .;...}burnt..I. Mui.fiwi OPS corn(OI1 Ion!. A?. ._ ..._..n. 5in \iiiw vunser member Dlhos, JL. .Anderaoii, Miuou4icq ,
.. -.-- tb TAMI efiott to consuiidata a govern excusable! rarely jtistiflarffe, never in'iJi-a.] :. On the i4th the
V- MEDICAL NOTICE. ment. lative body. I feel?, then, the fu'l force of :he water about !fiVe mileslwhen party- the became titJ\' he was there as a ponce-maker, and crat. .. ''

-.,- It imports nolhing what mny he the cause re-poi-sihil.ty! ; which 1 fSsOme in say,ng tustI higher.; interspersed with country Island*.- i would not like to farm that I saw him strike Garrett B. Adrian, New !er1byDosgfaDemocrr.zt. .

Robertson Bond of surli anarchy ; the rause may be the same I was the :;iggresboi, and tat! the enure: re- Found a few hogs, and discovered Indian a Uuw. TIle most amiist'ig si jlit: was to ., t.-
. Bra for 811!!, or it nay be muhiform} and 10cl1It gpnusibility p.operly: belongs: to me. witnws the personal! prftsrg letween \.%' sh. James Buffiogton; MawMchoicttaRfpa t
M'uns i ir ] direction.
.v IS'CJ f nne 1 M cs p-iitnemliip; ) ill tinpinrlif and it know In tl.i connexion, I hate but oher rum.ing a Southerly 'borne ..f Maine and if North Carolina.
H of thrir profession after their n-rvir** 1. he cit impo'ts' more, imports much tr> one : n- While on the! trail, Lt. SparkmW flanking Crnige ( Heart. f IIIt'
j ign .f ralahaMlef'! IInd urrnumling n.nntry.J3 the remedy of so greitm evil ; but the misfortune mark to make-anti that is, whether any blow party"met a Warrior coming toward them ; The former is a little dapper man of \ 'nt. F. Rusfelh"ew York-Qt .
the Store Bet is that the : was struck Ht me is more than I I five feet fonr five inches and the L '
0 lice aver lately occupied by only remedy applicable lopvils I can; say. on seeing the whites the Indian commenced some or [Trw friends of the compt ( aitiLro
ton It I!tc?*. of this nature is slow in its ffierts and am at least utlcily unconscious having received latter a tall gaunt giant of some six feet anda ion have .'majo ty qf-oneon tM! etommlt
a retreat, bat was shot in both thighs, bringing '
Feb. 28. 61 9-tf difficult to obtain! in countries whirli have any. With this explanation, I part him to the gronnd. lIe had a good hal'' While the former was just tall enough tee, if the above classification. it'eon ;

; E. BAKflAKD Jr. never ceased to be under nnns, and which. in with the sUlj! (ct. with thelock somewhat out order. Through gun to plant big blows efTectoa'ly' in that regionof Reporter.] J "-. i

dedicating all their strength to the exigencies Mr. GROW, of Pennsylvania, then spokes an interpreter the captive informed Cap: his opponent's person where be is supposedto -: 'b

WILL CONTINUE THE I of the hourhave neglected the powerful! cl.iims follows : Sparkmnn 'hat Sam Jones ar.d Asstnwnfi have carried his dtnner, the latter was frAIW.fl.tc ;" .: '
: DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS I of the future in 'the consolidation of thi-ir government ; compelled to stoop in order to reach his antagonist \VA5UiNOTON Feb. Il. JodgefGltoo:(
Mr. SPEAKER : I have been taught, from with thirty-five warriors and a large number -
tr AT TB& OLD !TAD, IIlU1' A1 -we allude! to lb. education of the at all, and thus gave him an addi. Kansas and the Hon. JOI pl"J'J 'tt $it. '
childhood, that aI! fight men are of women and children, were on an Island ,
my among
pt'opJe--withtut which. r nd we need not delude tional advantage
ten miles ahead. The Indian which h claimant of a sent as RpreaeWitite1krt''
human and ,
disgraceful nature to Christian very
a -
'ourselves, n democratic i ii isimpossible. Barkvlale, of Mississippi lost }his wig at
m government rnmmnnicativp left under and the uress from Kansas, hid aninterviq wida'
or THE MORTAR, i community, and especially when it oc- was guard,
i the first attack; and having recovered it, .
President .
law-maker command marched for the retront of Sam Buchanan lo-daj.' :..'
: the of '
curs a pe"ple in t 4
But in the midst of this long series of revo- I among placed it cu his head in & reversed posili m, left in
Mr..Carr the trziinthh i
Jones. That the in the shallowest i eceDiigfo
night slept
the iiitlst: of their deliberations. The men ,
Cllmeff Clinton! nnJ M.mroe Ett mAke
sir of !Ins satified places they. could( find, with their hta.proT'Jp.d s Charleston. He will .no,"attempt!'
January 19,1856. XA. deliberate and subjugate the will ol the my riper Jl'as! ; fully ', of Miss., who made the rabid speech the take his seat until Kadsas fa admitted luttf .
out of water.
that ;
in this
:IEDIAJ 1'O"'ICE.e. people, one consoling fact has floated above me my lucntiont respect, at other day, accounts for tho sable setting the Union. ,
On the 15th found the Isliml and -
-least, his b around his this
.. thf shipwreck of nil that the pe">ple held: tie II'; eye morning by avowing
deserted. The IndHns had broke
: rKELER. . . .. .,. C. BATE5.Drs. this fact: was the respect paid to the COMpresses law of sf'Ir".delencEIl't.c I "glli-e as o-io! of theinahieii'e in the camp that he accidently stumbled over a chair, but Slop Koir. .
time About miles
} of bo some nipht. two r. '
: rights man to exercised ,
upoi of thinks he knows who
the Porter Wisconsin
: Peeler & Bates only legitimate re'p e5enl:1' all occasions and, Under all circumstances farther Capt. Lesly-flinking on the r ght- I Young man if you are jUlt commencingor .
had hand in it.--.E.r.
ton: of the S'lveiehinty, of the people in republican a the
rice had lime
a'uciatt9t l thctnprlrw in tile practice I win-re it is neccBary to protect life or person was fired on }by two r Indians, in ambush. Theambasrado practicing any ot habit
H.o ".\"stems. This respect disappeared on and sir nt the last of this hou-e was charged, and the Indi-ins. to stop b i now.' You bare arrived at "'it j'.'
lId otf
lian i ,
Surfy rcp ctfulljr rlluir I the! 24th of January ]1848 and it Venezuela : ; sitting: THE DAIITES" IN KA.XSAS.-Series ofOulragrs.
rnic' t" the Piittiic.; in the irratmeiit of all 1 wa.s I found myself unexpectedly engagid, for the fl"d. At tho firing of these Fignal 1 puns, tlw ping place and you may atnp now if joa .
1'.1111" cho:1c !i'it'1I8e. .f all cLarltcil'ra it was the cradle of lilt'lt.of. Spanish .-The West port correspondent of but if suffer W whirled..
acutf as ; < t 1 fist: time in life, in a peismial conflict. Indians who wero encamped, about a mile please. you yourself
OfSc. W Ituk elll.h. JeSrn-iin Fla. I America the home of Bolivar-it vras Venezutls my tho St. Louis writes .
Cd. I To the House I tender most ( Iieerftilly whatever I and a half ahead, scatternd into three divis Republican : on by appetites and passions, joa may go aa:
f Jan. IJ. 18ii 2-1 f I If the glorious: daughter of' C lurnbia, of apology is due for IbiS violation of i ions. One of the spies was: severely wounded. There exists in Kansas Territory n branch far that when you, desire: to stop it may. be
who, since 1330 took the vanguard in the The; fires di-covered of Mormon Danites. Thi-y are principally oat of your power to d) so. "
tiuir order and decoium and no one can regret camp were soon ; ,
f lin of these unfortunate democracies by right Mormons and Fre lovers ,If drink break tbe "Stv
more than myself that there should after passing them a short distance fire or ; bt-ing compactly "coo swearor or
."U.o'tion.eer: of its liberal! institutions its wholesome laws have beea any occasion for violation of 1 six Indians fired on the party dropped their organized, and having I influential members batb, stop,now" Jf yoa think evil thdM ts;

AiN DCOMMISSION for progress and improvement, for the learning either.CVLIFORMA( packs and ran. they! rule the destinies and Cx! the policy of or tell !things! not qajt: ,true or someUaa: :

MERCHANT of its sons, and for its peace and foregn ---- They were pursued as far as was possible, the free S ate party of Kan:\s. They are tell a little more than tT tb, .atnp now.If ."- ,

i credit ; Jet Venezuela was the victim of asystei j GOLD.-Thifc'an Francisco in the liiig; ded condition of the command. in iking use of the inbred prejudices of people yon"are" going to dance, or pl.). or any
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. 1 that, Sit a later day, infected the sister I from free States their lace 'i'hcrovc t iutd m
Times the the annual After; a shoit resting spell, the largest trail thee to propagate nefalinaj [ day mer .c ,
July 10. 1856. 29-ly. republics and poi>oned! their atmosphere! like I II gives following is shipments : was taken and pursued about a mile, when a I doctrines and accomplish their treasonable "stop now."- If you are in the habit,of jeU'

vcritib'e scourge cf Picvidence. i of g"M from California since the discovery I sick chi'd ngli! years old, was found wandering and! immoral designs. That such an I IorgUliz:1ioll ing about religion, or ministers or prearjbm ;

R. H. BEEEY, ,I In Ihat dark day, the first day of grief for :. of tho piecious metal there : I about in the saw grass-crying. The : exists there can be hut little i U stop _now" .If jon think .there: -Istizu&.

Auctioneer and Commission Vtnetfifla and confusion to the lends of I: 1849 . ... . S .S 8,1'J123
MERCHANT.TLu.LIAsz. I I11Je Republican system, Jose Tadeo Mounga: j.i . ... . 27,075,340 tli' Indian11 commenced firing as before I ate game for which they are banded Pt'r'l that )'OUII//1 pursue the way you a re*-*,jjdlognwb.le '

Fla. Sept.29. 18CC. SB t with two thousand r.rrned men sirromded j I S51 .. . .. .1.. .5(951e3 ( i I v.Licit: was Lept up for a wl.il-, wheu they f.-iits: go to show. : longer.hhstopnosvI1ci' ? tfi tco| *

the CJ'cmrer: of Kepres >"t( ii\-ps. 4ss'inatet1 !| .. . ... . 4R&io.r&31,3HC32 i 11..1.; : l'I"I''l". i''>'"l..1. I A few days: ago a fire hotel, which Cst I I you.are going leads to death.-Puritan R**'

'.. S .'1IGBT, : som* of its' tingijisIieJ: members, and in 'he ;] 853. . .. . 57,3i.: :4 On the IGlh, foui.d an old sick EquaSIC \.- "1 Sl.OOO, was burnt at Lexington, Johnson carder. )

;, t : tern r of the mop n1!, projiirel by crime, 1i i ifcaruicd lS ;j. . .. .. I : ; I was 1-ft on tLe ground in con cqJ"'e Coullt.II. ";ie town is 1 pro-slavery J and the I .
':. i a Diotntorsb' ;>, alternately exercised 1S53 . ... . 43OtO,211( : of bei'l uuablo! to travel. At this' place! house ws owned by a pro-s'avery man, C I Anecdote forelock* ;oJ'

..t.L.H4. .$1i, n.oirrn.v.Krl.lSuD. by hiinsclf his h(.:. or, his sons r.nd his I IS5 :;. . ... . ,8S7.j, i about 23 n packs w ro fotnd-.sorne of them I noel S. MuKinny', of this place.. About On,beard the Erin, a pauengerin% *- : a priT.t'
!. C5 ; nephew, to the grid ad t'-'mc' of thess! Ir" I ,
.c-.J opNo The si1 prn"lIt\'for 'he!, first six: mo-iths: ofi weighing: a bandied pound": Also. ."> the &an<" time a uuK.bcr ot C 1 l:3: belongingto clothes, was Colonel Hatelock. When tbe
I nw'l
: Hi GHItLEr, g I: P""I" ,i 1. 1537 were S2o,G38,9l)0-being in excess of hide boats, in wli'ch! the Indians pulled! members of the dtrmocrntia party, vveieburned. vessel struck, H half jgale of WJIH! Mptringat
inter tlir", the: 7th of March (if t t'ne J.a'TC
: I i the am wit for the same I period I; of any prece- ; child:en through the caw grass and witt'r.I' I tie hate, Colonel Haveiock sprumgvp.ti' tfjt-
Attorney at law, t i I ypa-, the}: extIr..e "fl" folioued b\. Xe\v Granr.fh. ;!i dti.g; rear, wi'h the exception; of 1653, 1834 I j jr..J and some coin, rice and potatoes. The j Last week an Indian by the name Tully deck, and aeeisig some confusion, said, in'that
TALLAHAS FLA. \ Ben Tit'j' the d:g;orp of those who, in I j above mentioned claimed lo be the was shot. A body of Danites; who had been }
1 : 1S50. Tdf: n.TMUnt shipped for the} first Squaw j sharp mili'ary tone that always arrt*.ta atUnr;
JllntuttJ' 17. 1857 :-1.y ; mockery take thn r.aiiie of ''i'-f-nl D and of I j ji j 1 1I 1) months of I Jb37 was sii; I30,73t, and it is wile of Asbiuwali, she said the child: \"ns steilmj his timber, and otht'rwise Irt' pallsi: go I tiou. Men be ste.idy and all nmy be saved

i i fiicntis rr pi.nc'pior; : : tlis; Cong'-ess; at ognt: II i! estim.itt'il 'he wurle shipments; of the present 11 I tiers ; was willing to have .::t t::! tn. aid said ') Ids 1 bud, gave him notice to I leave, as they j but irye have confusion, all! may be inar.->

: RICHARD BRADFORD, |1 elected Lopez President> } of tn! > Re;:ulil'C.: j j: year will! be about 548,000,000. It would that as :00115 she was able, she! Wl!"M! b.ingi ; '} I ii-l Henry kool.tze; a.ul: Cfry, Dutch Ht'iiry jaii' j. Obey your ordraand_ think,of nothing els."
: The : (h ind.-d the knd of In-
A'lTOKNCY AT LAW\ epitemc : i I be coptiueral.ly, ) njoie should tlu-re be rainy i i I ill the ics-t of her cliii\ I j i cis, prd set tP it' fnlse gUs: upon the banks ficJ! alt-r notic to leave i his; Iind b.d been ,
I II II I wtMthei in the 3 closing month! CilJiig | i.tyS.t; in a 20 acre ol the finest h-inrnock: : oun ] 1U3un '
; TALLAHASSEE.. I of the .4 pm irnn. A simple! nib-iUfrn: of the I the shiijttutta: of the pn'l'llt jear 81S.OOO-, i;| lan.l ;in South FloriJ:). H'fC:1! < dt-stroytd ''!. served on this! Shawnee, he was shot in an All the, J lives fM.en board"k. wee.4V; ,sated VV.:,r together; >*

'. (OSec' in toe rust Offire EuIUiag.: ) I i name of Ciibn, fii'cred: 'he Chamber the 000 the total amount ol glll!dviiicl. has beenleceived I I abort 1 100 bushrh I of corn nnu 1 10 or 15 j i alten-ation with tresnssers. Last night the with the .)tct;:) mid_mni!:+ On tbeshora
Mi.7 **. 57. 21 ,; Frruvian Convention, and drove ::t< occujtants i iI biisuels! of iici The who'e field Lipsconib [House at New Santa Fe', in 1i3I I '
", {ham California fince the di-covrrv ; I was ccv- Colonel! Haveiock .., iist ta the men, and
WILLIAM SCOTT, I out of is: s- 'red prrci.ct: : This was an irnitati !!i I foots up the enormous sum of 353,000,457.: ; : eie.f with. b-ais: and potatoes.j :. sour, adjoining O;;rord, in Kansas, was I said No\f,, ray men let na iv a o tha"k
":n of tbr originator and master of such I Ii !I .. burne-f down.
i ;j the IcUh, 20 young men voltmicered to I to Almighty God('for the He kaa
TTO&Y Air z\W iMOSTICELLO. i I m\'t., NapoKon.f(?) The DIi.tatnr of Vene-I I|I A Twelve Pound (hunk. I Ii j carry the Indian to Camp Ucgers for the reward Ti -
FLAG i i :web d ies nrt stup IIPIP. In hisfMcsthc I Ij A returned Culifornian! who dropped into to I"'- pni 1 (for (his Sl'lIJ'tUI' While scout- j shot on the highwav. It is S mid that he was I li.- uttered lll stiott p"ltjt'rnr thiikagivt.irii4 i
,clj \0.u_ SO t jan I asp of their ch.i-tored lights !"r thti Deputies i j i I
in coach far from
; morits oar oilice a few days, sine, who has seen i-tg: on the K-lt, Capt. Lesly discovered and J Jbuuit traveling a not Wy.-.ndotlc i .h; C -lonel th>n nice "up ami w.lk ; to impeach him rlL ith.I .
r.ccuss : i,I I when ho overtaken .net Dan-
bous-s which was or by some '
a few was ore if
among as coolly as not'ifuj? had .
Beni. F. Young, :j I I Butul'utcan America, or the woild( thnt i j jj i I every part of that great country and gathered j 1I about. 40 feet t ii: length, neatly coveted. Capt. I ites ; they asked his name.a'nd on learning it II happened.Do .

r hljlj1 JJl ]IT L i i\Y j I watches it, (expect, long' as Cas'ill d< mi- I enough ore to make a man: happy related Carter found a fielil and burnt some corn. one of them shot Stover in the mouth cut. :'x, D&4P18K SJIALL Tutitos.-So' -5

ANDSOUCITOR \ npte* in Tern ; Bvlyn in IlolXia ; Ursina; in I lo us the following good oneJrcAa: / c. 19th, captuied! 7 ponies. Capt Carter I I tine: awaY. part of the isvv and half the tongue. years since as :i f.raor in Connt-cUcei aa;

IN EQUITY j 1 the Equador : ii; New Granada, Lop z and | The landlord of a hotel' buit: ot boards, found another large field. 1 Stuxer is a democratic member elect from looking at u smith potatu 'hir.hli, gtlnr1i csn

WILL: pru:tic. iu lli r C<'urf s uf the Eastern Cir 1 Ol !s.OH ; in Venizm, Monagas nnd his fun ,! and located near tho Tikul: Diggings was 20.h, reached Camp( Rogers, being absent I j Leavenwoith county. Jim Lane, as chief of 'I hat t fo-nxt'. in his pocket, .1 little'I*,y twelve

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( AT '.1: i\"JLLE. ALACHUA cocrrr.) I I all the) other territories' which Mere formerly i ij t boy ; which} coming to the ento: i of a wig, h" IM ". I i member c-lec'cd to be hung shot or maim d'i No hing. lat jiotiito," auaitl| h8.; <'* tajt**,U

REFERENCES: ;j Spanifli colonies.! \Vheic is the enlightenment j;! circulated the story that the host had found THE Riaur T.uK.-A straight out writer Such is tho efiVct of Lane freu-Joveism / and plant ir, and you. may hare all jfua.cani.iise ,

CAIT. 3. J. LCCAS. ) I of these men \ where the humane jirin ; M twelve pound chunk, which ran like wildfire gives the following advice to those young Danfto Mormouism upon fair KalllIs.Yhat I Iii from it rill ti>u are fret." Tbe, boy t"kit
J. P. A V Chorlrtton, S. C. !I riples which are not inscribed bv the sword \ti be the final God
COL. ftE.r through the placelal' caused quite an who depend I on father" (or their to result, only knows.- ,"and dividing it in'o as many pejce s: IIi'it
I men snp-
FBASLB. A THOMHOX, ) i Or for whnt purpose are those fine! consftll'11inn | excitement; AftweE.ks afterwards a miner I II These are not i idle rumors, but facts ; and they had eves, planted them. Tiee.arttu'ly : Jroo t.
DK. Jxuca S. Jo.rrs. 7'aIlaoaee Fia. that legislation worthy people free \ port, and take no interest whatever in business sufficient tohow that '
[ 1 uides
are a..ide.in the fall and .In
JIJ'It' 0\.'L"l 3 I front another quarter having head of the I government |hut< plan;
I if the (icnemls who try, with th" fate of thes twelve pound chunk, airived nt the >.ttcl, and but are regular drones in the hive, subsisting I speedily applies n remedy for the evil consequences the sp-i i. g. til the J..urtbyf r, vbetiLhyieII

A. PERRY ALIAKER, countries mnk everything yield to their! passions I at once niado application to the landlady for. on lh-iL which is earned by others : of these two, which are the worst I Itms t.eing four hundred I busheUj tbe fa'rbegg.

kTTV AT LaW tT ,| For.nd what tn their brutal instincts. II lodging. I Husband I being ab-ent, Mho attended Come, off with your conts, clinch the saw, II that afflict humH"Sty, civil war must be ed to be leleused from his unfortunate protu-.
to Venezuela i is it liberal
ALLAUAS E.E. FLA. purpose to tlie: guest when the following conversation the plow handles the axe, the pL-k axe, spde, I the consequence. Although tr.is law party ise.
Constitution of 18.'iO: sanctioned bv the; illus i ol I KIt i Isas and its t f iends are conservativeand '
May21. 1858. JO took which khoutd will enable stir I
place, be prefacedbv airt thing that you to your : ;
trious Paz or its* :\\5 npainst monopolies, i forbearing tbe time when CO" .I ( M Johnson duj. bear
EDWARD ii!. WEST. the remmk ihut the story exploded several blood! Fly around and tear your jacket, yet mav come ay ; J"J
or the abolition of internal duties, or its religious I conservatism is cowardice and forbearance a 'bout do csHrjisy dnt t tn-feJ PhillilV'
I days before his arrival, landlady enjoying the iitther than be passive: recipientof the old i :
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, i tolerance, or i iF! credit and commerce, sell with the rest. man's bounty 1 Sooner Luau play the dandyat vice. Ob course I il.diit: ; what) waa' it:" ->t

TALLAHAS3CE, TLORIDA.April if it still groans under the brutal dynasty j It was Jour hn&band, ma'Am'al it not, I dad' expense, (hire you'i self out to some Yoa see de doctor onleied a:. blister oo
whose ntilj lAW I IK ita cnprice. Santa Anna bus a m 'live' for to her hadn't
own ehut
returning -well. m she buf
t. 1(580. 14 I who tot the twelve pound chunk ?1" potato patch, I let yourself to stop hog holes, nn .no
_. We Like ir honorable Mexico which eratoin stiuiula'ing '
pleasure r ronling one He had some Lelp, I believe," she replied or watch the bats ; mind when you ihink may oj> exertions how. *he? pot P) on da luxd-boi, and it
:FLOYD & HOLLAND exception. Chili enjoys peace, is in the laughingly. yourseIfenitIed! to a resting spell, do it on to be recalled. The property of his dm wed her now phik bonnet nil out ubabape,, '
path cf f its President is enlight- children! by tho first marriage held him and .
S Attorneys at Law. progress an a' Yes I suppose so Where was he dig- your own hook. Get up in the morning. by spile urn intireiy.; : .
end man, its citizens to the elect-nal for their benefit. Vvas confiscated to the S'ate
practice in the drenit Courti of Mkidle carry tYin..t"' least twice before breakfast -
WILT VVre t Fl.,rMa. and in tbe Suprewe Court urn the expiesbion of their political wishes. b turn round at by a decree violative of all 'recognised law. FirCTKiciTi\, Uuy idling- inth.i'zr.
II Oh that's him anti
/the State. Al o j in the District Court of the Umtd unawed by bayonet or musket. While we a secret. help the old gentleman give now It is said these estates are worth mure than a found! bersclt>eat..?d by.the side a matroa who'
States,in tLf N< rtlurn Ditrier of Florida. nre recording the degrading horrors of tbe Yes I suppose it IS, replied tho miner, then a generous lift in business learn how to million of dollars and he desires to reclaim was exceeding deaL '*,Ma'urosaid..h in
R.J. FLO VI1- Odice ApaUcLioiIa. Fla. he thinks tl'l1 get another, don't he \f" lake the leail, and not depend forever on, be- \
oherStates, Chili i extending, its radroads them hi such a way as will furnish protection a high ti ne, 'did you ever try efecturity r-
D.! P. HOLLAND, vlfEc: ucy. Fla. I I don't know what he thinks, but I know in" led ; nnd yon have no idea how the dis .
Chili is spending millions upon its internal against any future revolution.: Allhocgh be What dH I you any. ft.s f
Dee.L15. M won't. will be'nefit Do this and
ho our
inpto\emenls.: These are the faithful con- cipHno iou. is known to be in possession of nt least t"o "I ask if yon ev!r tried ulcctricity for'1ou'rdeafness"
S I fchould'nt think it probable, al hough it's word for it, will seem to breathe a new .
WILLll1ii :. ;!: f PCiceChili must prosper. Thnsli'hrtheocraliC millions of' securities outride of Mexico, the .. .
which be still poss ble. atmosphere, possess n new frame, tread a new I one-legged patriot is still anxious O. ind -ed I did. lt .
!prdt'ncy nny to presep e yes, ; # o&Ir.Jaat *oct-
; and'Counsellor nt Law; ; So they say !I"m earth wake to a new destiny, and you may I
rul not obstruct Its the third, as a resource againt the baa-ds meras I got struck by Hgbtnijirrtit'laoaVaee":
traced in iu Governmei.i : .. ,
The miner then paused awhile, and after then begin to aspire to manhood. Take off '* '
J10XTJOELLO FLORIDA. Im'. roua march I I, I leffluse its pet'e' nro some reflection s'id- then that ring from your little finger, break of his cock-fighting prpp.ties.ANOTHER it did me It-mite-' o r.gQnJ.,.... .. ; : .
UM of the Middle Cir
WILL,prictitt&nd Too in l1..tI'aDd CourU Lowe de. County Ga alive to their! own true interests and are the "-I /pose .tho, .chunk's gone, ain't it 't" your cane, shave your upper lip, wipe your NEW TERRITORY. is pro. _Wbat.i. th.diflVrvnre'between t (the;history f

&rth2.18& 12-11 undisputed arbiter of their own fate. Chili a' 011 110t.:t. In t the I other I room." not, bold up your head, and by all means posed to make an offortlor a tenitotUI 6rgauizMion of,the K ow Ni. ,thing pwrty.aud .a, !po(i oi,
had once its Dictators. They have fallen, Would'vou like to 'eeltt"t I never again eat the bread of! idleness,nor depend of the app peninsula of 'Michigan ,Longfellow .

LOSG &; CALDIU1TH, and co may it be hoped shall full their brethren Well, I Tihpnld, but tuin't fb7 ''g round on father. under the name of upefior-or Mrckinaw. One is.a'life of 6am and Ihe'other T. V A

ATTOKXEYI AT LAW, TALLAItAS EE. FLA.. in despotism. Yes, a day may arrive in loose, U it?f" The country embraces some 'sixteen. psalm'of life. r-

\1" .LOSO &J.B.OALWt&Tflbavea.d which Spanish America shall bontt in its own Nat exactly," replied the landlady,throwing I or Telegraph advices from Hnrrisbtirg, thousand square miles, abounds in mineral I K.' -. z

ill. ated th!m elr, iotbe practice llf Lw. They fertile soil the precious gif s of a new and the door open, '" for there it I is iu the cra .I Pa;:, announce that resolutions have beenniffcrwu resources, and has an estimated population This 'ft Geo e.thebibhor y i.. rl ,u.

win aUeuJ .Cuuna i.tile. JkiUdk Circuit,the Su- powerful civilization. In imitating Chili may die." I in the legislature instruciing: Senators of ten'Ihouwnd. At present it is a' part of ufazorkpolmetigto\ aaiuIus.
prtu.p..ur SUte; atTaHahawee.itf Aid die. District. CworUof- the United we be first to follow a glorious.example, and Tbe miner bent over, whon a pair or e1Jub- from Pennsylvania resist the admission tbe State ,of Michigan, from the main'portion ",1 tbooifrt he i\tJtSfa: .,.ostt.

'Cm Jt the Court House. lead to a safe and prosperous path. by fiftts were extended ; and giving the jolly ; 'of Kansas, unitt*the Constitution is received orVlllC however, :i it"IS separated .by tb..e. "Very J ly, Lot. iJo.t'd.been, Iw..with"

,.uf'IJ'. If' landlady one long; look be left for part an- with Ibo u lql IjfteJ "auction of the straits of Mackitiiity, 'and with which- it has Tictoaj4! nnlfw( Ions:," be 1wI" yo'dJ J

Stem Between France And Virginia. known b n /de residents, 'of.thtt:Territory.: no common intere'ala. ,, 'twice.as.tbTn- -,.." -w'. c.4 cia .
AMBSOTYPESAND The Norfolk Argus 'states,that the mission Much 'confusion, it is stated, ensued and '- -
A wealthy Jew residing near Selma, Ar- resolutions v Howdo you andy ur; j.nds fliowr -: m.f'f'H" jija i1l .
MEL AINOTYPE of the Hon. Win. Balbtrd Preston, ,jn3hehitlfnVthe the were r'eferred.. to ,a special

.'TAkE5'nr BAILEY.koSn Vi-gini t and Western: Railroad, las kansas,'has in his 'possession a shekel which cot witee: ? .Mid Western an'exultaJJt.:'States;to. jpoltirlao a:rather| Irritable. |n.: one member'of oar ;tbAI t(fiiitiiJ.Yiu.' t.- t" '. r.:
t- : I
Store. heen'cac e fu1. Mr..Preston succeeded struck: the mini of ,Judea aeventeen ., .. / ilw. ,. .: ;
3cuw ww ; in, : of the dt"eat'd l "did.h atr' -
Jrug J.
JP> owr-" .. .., the Pills'and Sale of .ibSii1p'Aklon.Mt.FeTh. suppose I by &ealUt baa. ai4b
In arrangements"
; -I-, 'making bundred and fifty years ago. It is about the : ,Utter.'"ire' fsel josfas lizarDs did wbeu h. lag tfaMrfto-. A ,
fi R<*( lwTtWr tborocrtly re fittednodfjlofi ani. Orleans. flroad Company Jo ran. four .Mobil and Qrej-1 ... .
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licked : --
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d llar'fJut'ttl8: silver is im WQ : ogs.- I" a Ii 'w : .
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.J ."'b.r lieet' for the pcrpoMinrrud steamer*between the ports of Urieans. ,France o fl town steamship '1'asiopu.o143yeiterdayhiy __* .. ...i-
:" lLiJ 21Jeh'b1it-: u. <*1L, and Norfol.kV .u_. Pure that its iqtrinaie value-is but fifteen cent,: : ,oflief.of.tba.Governipentj 1 TbT ul I! ""Th '1. it rl.ifi I J- 'D .weT"1i.; : '. ..V' '- tW. 1 f8- ..i1ik
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ii1f. .' z. '.. .; :tertffVa On 'ofjb:>'atythiiiWh1Ch* .bett roUf bf.any'oftfae cpnwrsatlon,cona.pany it.-' fiJT\ as, may", "iwianKl'. adkii.; 1ti., _'. ..-"1cn. ,. ... U'srojbip lin*, for 6200, aaaopssvaI !for aM da bulrab tod' '414 fel'iari ': : it' ". t.
"ii'm c biaIDtt hb.
;1"1IIt -, _.",._, can reasonably wish we had l left aa.id. hit family) *hundred aod elzty ; .. -.' JJif iilv1nt.of Qus\tnt.. flr4't'

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_1 -=i'";,- wjcbool xcf j>u'nn nnihtng trot t.*piOfCt. ,wtry.;= wiateij rf( !! :flJiC&an.b fc Sunday* ;idornin i'- &noct*'' *of'S'JL*'*>hicl*** : hsyer '. xfor th :!. *reet%>
: "ft,. -,. _. .n.M" ., *l n hey 'n-it; ; at:all: Strike(their' .iirxlslit ct as Jo.the retarns UpOflI1iQfrftbtI depeo.ded .: tarfied., nothing his beea'',swn 'or beard'ofth Hoose. The scheme. proved chimerical. the .: 1 ,
.. .contemplated Banking lloaso,was never befit iSrr Yoitf F*b. 14.-Tb lUtatr -
.UN"'W 11'1.-I!.,., ..1iW; a.retpectalile aiftnuerja'procure .J living.Th :! _has been dispelled,.and' he.trill;,give .the 'They must have, *their. plans laid and the lot, 132 feet front by.,100,de! p,.baa ara has arrived at.'HaH/ax/ with .NJaa

;; : |tet tar fm Mima* rf tXtOOf Mtvttti8r.txt jr ran. never think -of bring! anv thing but .certificates! of election to the Free State .can- for sometime, as the/ ,took all .their elotliing| remained vacant, eversiue*, .v>".a small Jsnosrv."fte (Llttrpoel
dates to 30th
..:rL1. 1FU .*. ... ., Law .
an Attorney at or an NT. D, or aoral' th'dates. &c., with-them. them is.July.and. brick building it, 1.ror bat,$20Q per < _
a..r.J r ", 11lig-.ssQ'ia1. Let _J.ft Q"-to.. ._ Amongst 'saUrof Cotton '
_;n: r &t_... Tr tt 1.a.p. flw, ProdIOr-.ometIOdr" least ai..bG i : :Tceeorrepondent'of- the New York En.quirer Kale; .and- their child, .belonging: to J. B. annum. It is said that there was an nnder- : t .!
-. .J"II".. wfckkvMA '. table Merchant. The idea of turning tbtir standing, that if a Banking 'House was ,not 65.000 bales r of which .ptdofaf ;.'1
who JckBracewelI
; = Drowns to
c is l a man belonging
as a general thing ,
: J .1 IVPv W -.. j ..11It ,erected on the lot,.it ,was, although paid for,, 1l,0o.and exporters1 --2,500 .bae.'ftt'
mind ; .
"IIIK'bdII:: DI&..Me'.. as to acquisition of some mechanical 1 io Congressional matters asserts that the following Capt H. G. Wright. Three belonging to' to be forfeited to the Land Company. bat .
"1" I.J."M7"dai w. uk trade, or In tilling the earth, would be hnmil Mrs. McCjill G. W. A steamer Baltic's nrWf sued .n adraac of
Southern to wo'man
4 kif1..OIa1 IOiW Senators will vote against one Carey. there is no such covenant in the title deed,
"""u4et eam M1iques it (.tLiog. the market closed
., M Jf1 '..I1I rtc&pt W iating ii the extreme. the admission. : upon!, the' Lee'.1p. and child of Mr. Pinkney's The Boat nor does any such agreement exist in writing, buoyant The

,; teB U M pnopdy..rtaoi.d.d.q Now we have not a word to say against ton basis, viz: Pearce and Kennedy, of Ma. ; that they made their escape in was the tenderof and your Committee regard it aa idle and nugatorv. sales of Friday were 7,000 bats* Tfr fe|.
w_' ,"aid aoi vozg,1n.snr The of this lot lowing are the quotations
the retaining costing : .
*.aaMal .carir prof.ssinns"-the are useful and honorable ryland ; Crittenden and of t Kentucky i the,Keeper of the Sand Key Light House, /;
aa M
tern NT 9frt | pnctinbto. Tliompson,
: '. : -bul'they in State locked $25,000, valued st but 10,000, and yielding Fair Orleans. ... .... ...... ..;.74
are our overs
which had been with the
Bell Tennessee Texas supplied provisions
; ; Houston of an annual rent of but 6200. and subject to
.TAI-LA R.l.ft,1m JI&1RK1q'. Middling Orleans.. .......0 15-lCd.
., and consequent'y many are unable to mak* and perhaps, Bales, of Delaware seven previous day for that establishment A large taxes, ii an annual loss to-the Bank, and ;" *

:: OOTrOI'p..tad It.-ne 1M 4oman4 nark cull cootlaoM derinc U food.peat Pricet v kaaaWecbrkk. a living by them. But the various branches in all. Per contra, lIe says that the following reward has l been offered for their recovery your Committee recommend: its sale as Fair Mobl'e.. ... .... ....... .W7M.

"taj naf from'X to 11 e *U.BEI& oi Mechanics, and of Agriculture, oflVr more Northern Senators are reckoned upon to equal to half the value of the grown negroes.It soon as the existing money pressure shall be Middling Mobile. .. ..........Gid.'

II&.4n.U 10:0 teal relieved. Fair Uplands... .. ..... .... .,.
and proh'tal I fields for the exertion and t expenditure balance is probable they steered right for Nas ; :.7d.
> these Southern of
A COLtS, MoUrt. noes, viz:, Allen, ever Most of the above stated deduction. from '
_. ; of the and talent. Middling Uplands ..... ...G 13-16.L
highest genius the fair and
sail !
l Rhode Islind ; Wright and 'Thompson, of as wind was Saturday night the capital of the Bank occurred during its
The Le .Bpton Constitution! net yet Lost. The who embarks in of t'irbe Stork on hand 300,000 baits., of which
man of be
young any New Jersey; Bigler, Pennsylvania ; Bright part Sunday. It is feared they may first administration, and are not at all chargeable .

7.:. The slightest phase of the Kansas question occupations n ed never be afraid that he will and Fitch, of Indiana ;; and Jones, of Iowa.If I I picked up hy some vessel bound( North as tu the subsequent and present administration 196,000 are American.

I' ;: gives additional iutrn ity to the pulsations of be mined by competition, or starved for wan'of such should be the actual vote the I was the latt lot that made their escape from which appears to your Committee to The neeounts from: Manchester are favorable

! -. th, great heart of the nation. It has overshadowed bread. question, there will be a majority of bro upon in the here, and these were carried by ship, M idle- further merit the proof confidence of this of the Committee stockholders.would In there being more buyers than seLlers 1 lathe
your market
will overshadow
t and continue to
. .w". If a yung man setting out in life, tarns ton to Boston. The owners of these ,
; Senate against admission ; that being the negroeswill ask especial attention to the fact that the *.-
everything else in and but of Congress, until his thoughts to the trade of the mechanic, numerical superiority of the Free States over pay any necessary expenses in additionto mi-annual dividends of the Bank have bon Brsaditoffs ara dull!! sad oWlioloy. Cora

.1- it is disposed of. The President's argument every thing from the simplest dove t-il andjoint the South in that body. The California dele the reward for their return to this place, at the rate of 8 per cent and 6 per cent per steady.

.- : in favor of the admission of Kansas into the to the beautiful arch and winding stair, Messrs. G win and Broderick of Charleston or Savannah, where they can be annum on a nominal capital of 9872,475,bat Mon-! is task Bank of Engl-adhat
gation, are
- : Union as a State is irresistible. The 6t nti.D !- the balustrade and thu a real one of $757.657 64, not including the reduced its rates to four per cent. Console
cornice the shipped to
.. variegated course put down as nuti Lecompton in this port.SouthWesiern recent loss by the defaulting Teller. Your
... awu -----.1 tJ II lell-5U Pl'orung aFceilMOil bitrjm, me .mut.icu cstIma('. Hall uoaa nanx. \"on'UIILL 1I1eu &tn.' ., _.." .. ._ "n ._. for money and account are quoted at 951.
good men North aud South, and the Southern the riour very nun ama UDsideairv. ...
balcony.or the towering column, will affordtrio For the information of the people! of this they learn from President and Cashier
man who object to them scarcely considered amplest range to his love of the curious The Indian Delegation.: j thut the business of the present year augurs t ry dull at 21. decline. since Tuesday....*

... 4 ; patriotic.: It is for this reason that and bt"autiful.n,:e the proud ship with We l-"rn by the Peninsular that Major State, who are so largely interested in every. well for the usual dividend in July next. Sugar dull at.CJ. decline. Coffee.dolL Rie*

... Rector who thing relating to this Bank, we publish the At the date of the last official monthly statement djll-quotations barely l ma'ntalneH. RoiL
the fate of the measure though apparently its strong rib, scientifically formed hull, tow. as announced, is to ,
submitted committee tho circulation of the Bank was .
following report by a 8356,
.. sealed i in the Houte of Representatives by its ering masts and rustling sails,-the ponderous superintend the action of the delegation of appointed to investigate its condition to a 607, deposited $213, U14 70, specie '61- steady at 4*. a 4* 31. Turpentine firm a I37s.

: reference to a Select Committee, may be regarded locomotive, with breath of fire and feet friendly Indians, new at Ft. Myers, arrivedin 950 67, Domestic Exchange 8329,373 86, on the spot and 35,. 7J. to arrive
of Stockholders held in Chaileston
as etill uncertain. It is highly probable : of iron-the one plowing the watery main this, l place' on Saturday last, and departed, meeting Foreign Exchange 861,484( 84, Notes Discounted Lojt 0!.-Eea steady
the 10th inst. It will be that the
bill will be introduced to admit on seen on Personal Security 8577,125 48. A week later news had arrived from InJJav
that a like a thing of life ; the other dashing throughthe for the former port, on Wednesday. The I
Bank is in a sound and healthy condition : At the stand in round numbers
present, same G.n. Ootrani bad defeated
and Minnesota at the time the sod
both Kansas same : mountain and over the stream with the delegationill] commence their duties as soon enemy
' Richard Yeadon Esq. Chairman of Committee as follows : Circulation 8640,000. Deposits -
: in conformity wish the views of the President; speed of thousand well calculated as practicable. In the meantime, in accord. captured gnn at AlllrnhG" .
... I a giants-are on tho Report of the Bank, submittedthe 8130,000, Specie 870,813 05, Domestic .
and it may turn out that some of the Douglas to fill his mind with the grandebt and ance with instructions from Washington, the following report, which; on motion of Mr. Exchange 8 moooo. (Foreign Exchange 830. Letters from China state tiat! tbs raeriesir

:: men will avail tbeinst-lves of the opportunity sublim-'St conceptions.Shoul troops will be withdrawn from the immediate Holmes, was accepted and adopted : 000, Discounted Notes 8600,000 exhibiting Comm IJiollera had sought an Int-rvievr wi-Ir

.:.: oflVred by this anangement to escape I he choose rather .to be a .tiller or vicinity of Bowl-ga' followers, but kept stationed The Committee to whom was re'erred the a large increase of the circulation for the accommodation Yeah and had met a sarcastic rrbufl Lord"

.. Annual Report of the President of the Southwestern of the community, and a simultaneous Elgen's demands alto
were in
ia which have rejected the
from the wrong position they the csith, the analysing of the various soils, in tle; country adjacent, for a sufficient the
. Railroad Bank, respectfully : increase of specie basiL
been placed by adhering to tho black republican the adaptation thereto of the many manures, time to demonstrate the efficacy or fallacy of That they have examined and consideredthe All of which is respectfully submitted, same .pi it.

illusions of the Illinois trickster. Judging the anat miril comparison ot* the numerous this pacific movement. Should the dvlega Report, and verified its statements, in RICHARD YEADON, A speedy attack on Canton is *ntirpat! 4"

. from a few remarks recently made in the domestic animals, examination the manifold tion fail in its object, the troops will push great part, by an actual investigation of the ABRAHAM MOISE, The Leviathan was expected to float on the

.... Senate by Mr. Douglas, it woulJ not surprise geological stiuriurcs! and formations of upon tho St-minoles with renewed tigor. It affairs and operations of the Bank, the results JOHN McRAE, day the Niagara ..aaJeJ.A .
of which, Committee are glad to ,are i B. D. LAZ..RUS. in the
ns to see him retracing his steps if he can : the earth, the bottanicnl classifications of tho is not purposed to give them time for recu quite satisfactory.The cay growing ta'e money market sad

accomplish a somerset )backwards without : multitudinous plants and herbs, will! offer to peration. profits of the fical ending From Washington continued reductions: iu the bank ntts was
. again dislocating his neck. He i evidently : him the widest field for an exercise alike profitable Jan. 1. 1S57. wen-... .. . $72.91 21 WASHIXOTOX, Feb. 10th. prognosticated. .

: beginning to realize the fact that he has destroy i to I.linslfand useful for alleviating the The Volunteers Returning The profits of the put liacal yearending There was a spirited scene in the Sanit A decree has been issued dividing Frane.
Jan. .. .. .. .
i d himw: piins and adding to the enjoyments of Iha I Capt. T. \V. Brevard, Jr., accompanied by 1,' 1858, were. C4.421-- .-,.dt!, between Messrs Douglas, Davis, su.1Mason. !I1 into fire militiry divisions, with fire marshalsdi

: a number of his men, arrived at this place on for command.The .
Comparative deficiency $&498 4.;
The is in the midst of fearful
country a '.
. human famil A man thus engaged is wo;thyto
into Monday last, by steamer, from Tampa. We This comparative difference between the iMr. Dough was proceeding to give the congratn'atory! addresses of the French
crisis which i it has been plunged by the stand atiti.! philosophers, patriots and hit resolu'ion should tHkl .
reasons why
are pleased! to see that he is ]looking remarkably two years is readily accounted for "by the precedence to the Emperor were btfcomia offensive .
_' heartless experiments Northern' demagogues statesmen. He is a part of the bone and moneyed ciUia which, during the ol the Army bill! and \va frequency army ;
past year
. -the worst foes that ever were combined together tinew of the land, and on- of the 'irectii'g well, hating suffered detriment in no embarrassed and still embarrasses the mercantile interrupted by Messrs. Davis and Mi'on, wha to the English.Lablachc .
shape from the arduous service which he, in objected to his iuto the merits of the is dead.
for the destruction of free institutions. spirits in her Cou> vil-Cha'z.ber. He is tho world, and, on the whole, indicates a going

Ifthe Democratic party triumphs over this un. I common with his fdlo\\- oldicr8, encountered healthy condition of the Bank. question.Mr. A conspiracy agaiuat Naples had been die-
Ciucinnattusrho chooses ra'her he
: 10 regarded -
turned Mr. Dtvls
holy I a ue and ii the battle now waging in I in the patriotic discharge! of public nuty.I .- From the profits of the post year,.$64,422 75 Douglas finally upon covered. i .
; as the unassuming husbandman, but I The Captain communicates the intelligence Deduct the July Dividend._ . ._ . 26,174 JJ5 with considerable force. II. claimed! nothing -
the halls of Congr.-ss, it may probably defy to whom his countrymen look for an example painful more, he said, that the same privilege and Marksts.CnABtcrro.T .

. all such enemies in future, singly or unitedly.It that twelve of his into have been And there i.i left a lurplui of ... $38i58 60 courtly that bad always been granted tooth
in ti lies of peace, awl I opon whom, they will Feb. 17,1 P. M.-Cofo*-
will again have preserved the solidity and stricken down by disease, which, with the From this surplus there might have been er Senators on similar occasions.Mr. .
call for guidance amiJ scenes of tiouUe and t' Sales today 700) bales, extremes 12 rents.
strength nf the rampaits of the Union against loss of the lamented Parkhill, make up a bill paid a January dividend of the same amount Davis replied, that it was never the

ds nger. I of mortality that i is truly sorrowful to contemplate. as that of July, 826.171 25, which would custom to allow Senator, on a motion to Market continues drooping at fall one half
the attacks
. of fanaticism, demagogueism, and The occupations of the firmer and mechanic I haye still left a clear surplus of 812,094 25. postpone special business, to discuss the merits decline.

charlatanism.: Are at least worthy the serious atten- !. = r rhe Bank however hiving sustained the I of n question, n,it before; the Senate. lie NEW YOSK, Feb. 10.-Sales of rotton today
That we are not alone in our conjectures heavy loss of 41.630 19.> by the defalcationlast I objected in oto to )Ir. DLuglu'crJurae..
tion of any yung man who is in doubt respecting Messr M. II. Smith & Co., of 97 Camp 1,000bitea, at a feefinef ] 8tb to l-
summer, of a Teller, it was properly I M r. Dough rt-joined 1 with some acrimony
with reference ultimate
to the fate of the Le- the choice of a profession, and offer st New Oiling] have sent us a notice of a leeined advisable} to derlare no dividend in -when Mr. Mnson interfered, stating that if 4th cent. Middling] Uplands( 12 LSth. ,and

. comptnn Constitution may be seen by the the widest range for the industrious, enter nvtgnificent Gift Enterprise to be decided on I January. and to place the whole surplus profit the gentleman p'rsited i ho should claim the Middling Orleans 1112 cents.

:. following extracts from Washington papers. pricing and talented. ,j the Istof March-tckets 81. Thefirstnum- 839,259 50 to the account of piofit and privilege of replying. AcOCSTA, Felu 16.-Sales of Cotton today .

Tho Washington Union of the 9th instant af. But the young man shonM remember thit her drawn receives 810,000 in gold ; the 2.1, los*. Mr.J Douglas then gave way by calling the light. Market very much depressed and

ter stating the action of the Senate and House I The loss. by the defaulting Teller, 841,. yens and nays on his oxvn motion.
when he has selected a profession, that it is 85,000 worth of Diamot.ds. These con ti- declined' a J c.
o. I II 630 19, has been diminished hy the sum of The Senate's Committee on Territories had
:- upon the compton Constitu ion, concludes by labor that he is to use. Steady, patient I; tute the two highest Gi'ts ; then follow 600 8 '10,000 secured, to be paid by two of his sureties under consideration this morning the Presi New Yo2K, Feb. 13-Tn. isles of Cotton .

. as follows labor will bear him triumpliwnt over every Prizes, consisting of 600 fins Gold Hunting : and is expected to be further reduced dent's Kansas messag. and the Lecompton to-day reached 1,500 bales. Sales of

.i M We may now anticipate early action by obstacle. It is the magic word that turns to Watches, worth from 8300 to $100 each.- by 85,000 in suit against the third, surety, Constitution, !t.ut arrived at no conclusion as the two days 4,5)0 bilus, Floor buoyant

the Senate Committee, who will report a bill its aid every imp diment it meets, before The N. O. p:1 pE'r3'ouch for the respectability making the nett loss on this score,826,630. to their action. and advancing with sales of 9,030 bMs.-
to that body admitting the St.ite into the Un.
Your Committee have looked carefully into The Democratic causus of the members of
whose the of the artiez. SI cndors-.d above will Wheat dull with sales of btJ.btl.-
of the as 1.039
: i.in id it mighty influence waves f.1st"Il1 ,
> it be .
: a pass as soon as can got the discount line, amounting to about $ooo,- ihe Hoiit-e. called for to ntuht, has been postponed

- : through th' delays flf debate. T bus'it will still, and the mountains of the earth secure a ticket. 000, and regard it as reliable and safe, and until Saturday, owing to the absence Red is selling at 81 15 a 1 22}. Corn dull, ,

go to the Honse, wholly untrarmwled, where yieU and give way.Uath -. they have been gratified to ;perceive that itfltSi5ts I from the city several l gentlemen who desireto with Shies 21,000 bushel WUtc sells at
The Fast Florldiau
. .. we anticipate its passage beyond a doubt.' i in great measuie, of smalllons to .! J lit' .p-esetit. 66 a 69. Turpentine. firm at 47. Rosin

We are disposed to believe with the Ur.ionf Military Movement.! This is the nan; *. ot a new Democratic humorous individuaU and firms, greatly adding The Senate's Committee or Foreign Re at 45.
that a Senate bill for the admission of Kansas Orders have been received says the Jour. I pJper"out to h. started: in Jacksonville, by to the business accommodation of 111- lationi shortly\\ report in favor of ext nili'g .
Feb. 12.-Sa1el of Cotton
.. under the Lecompton Constitution will nal of Commerce. the New York and Bal! j Mr. JACOB C. MOOKE. Th.- prospectus says community. Notes under protest amount to national courtesies tn tie! agent of the MOBILE to-day
.. but 6,667 51, arid of this sum only 81.-825- Turkish Government, and affording him every 3.000 bales. Middling 10}, and firm and
timore military stations to forward large 'the pap T will !I. of nu diu n size, for
the House. Gen.
: pass Calhoun, the Pren- quantities 88 i i.s regarded as bad. Notes in suit have facility tu consummate his viit to this advancing. Sales for the week 29,000, and

".'.; dent of the Lecompton Convention, who is of provisions to San Francisco. .\mong pre-ent an I will! be printed with entire new been diminished by $0,976 64, and thus reduced country. receipts 23,003, against 16,. OO labs last
the items 2,000lihis.! mid 1000 half bbls. i material.; The fiiM number' of the will 84,782 .
now in Washington, it i it reported, states that are paper to but 28 all of which i It eonsidered -- The de-Tense at thi. is 85.000

.- _. since Las arrival there he has recoived information of pork from Baltimore, 1000 half bbls. fom, ; appear on or ar nut the first of March. bad. Exchange; under protest has Gen- Wade Hamilton year. 1 peit
-. been increased I 'bales. The stock 142,000. against 160,000
by sundry New Orleans
.- whicAst, uld the question of the election ] .New Yoik. These shipments are not now I We have received the first number cf the amounting 812,000, on which have The Charleston papers, announce the demise bales last .

. tt:: on the 4th of January, in favor of the and will not soon be needed on the Pacific Florida News, issued at .the growing town of been placed in suit and are held to be amply on the 10th inst., of this distinguished New YORK year., Frb. 15.-Cotton sales 2.000 .

.' Black Republican! party If thi* be so, the Const, except on the supposition that a movement I Fernnndina. The editor sp.-aks in glowing! secured. This reduction of notes in suit and South Carolinian. bales. Middling Uplands! 121. No change

.- adniisdon of Kansas under the Constitution against Utah will he made from that increase of Exchange under prot.'st, makes fcince iht Niagara's: new arrived.' Flour
: ol the bustla and of the
j terms improvement the total increase the Frtim tht Tampa Peninsular, Itb. 13. ales bbls. market .InI!. Wheat aisles I
tide of the contill she has will be ,
presented an empty triumph j well of his of
embryo City-as as prospects 36 Army rie\f 5,000 bushel*, dull. M I hisses at 28 a 29.Turpentine .-

:. : to the South-the real l advantage to the North, no reasonable doubt ; as nil the considerationsof j success in ]his huginus*, of whicli we are In regard to the administration and In view o('I.! tl'lIIl'orllr.JUlpf'nFoion ot hostilities and Rosin firm. Rice quiet-

. and many northern representatives thus far feasibility, economy, dispatch, and projnpt pleased to bear, and hope that he will realizehis of the Bank, it is to he kpt in remembrance operations white fl-gs wil h\ raised at all 1! occupied Freights 316.

opposing it, convinced of this, may vote fQr success, are in favor of it. brightest anticipations. that the original i capital of 8972,475 poSts. TIlt"1 troops now available are Congress.

the bill which the Senate wid pass to admit her. I' An army officer, recently from Oregon was at nn early. stage of the existence of the assigned posts as follows: WASHINGTON, FEB. 16.-In the Senate today -

The Star of the same date we are i states that the feeling entertained hy the people I 0Z-: The New York Evening Post of the Bank, largely reduced by the losses sustained Capt. Oscar Hurt's Co. M. V.'s will takep Mr. Houston introduced a resolution authorizing -
says t
their Mormon frost its unfortunate connection with the Oc. jst in the virginity of Ft. Meade ; the United States Government: to
- not little amused with the exultation of of that Territory agaiiiit 8th inst, states that the sphipments of specie
a m*
'I mulgee Bank. The diminution, of Capt. Snell'd Co. to take at Ft. Meade
capital, post assume a protectorate over the States of Cen-
.0 II! of the Republican party men in Waslirgton ; neighbors is deep and intense, and that she from this country since the 1st of January, from this sourre'II10n(, amounts to 8145,000 with a goad of twenty men at Ft. Kissimmee trail America. The resolution was laid over.

\over the vote of yesterday in the House I can be counted on for at least three regiments. amount to eight million six hundred and ,- besides a loss of SI0' ,161 71 in Ocmulgee ; The army increase bill! was discussed. s.n,

:. by which_ the reference of the Kansas message California! will furnish two or more. These three thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine Bank Stock. and 817,381 20, by Robert Captains Sparkman's, Lesly's and Car. ator Wilson offered an amendment to the bill

. .. to the standing Committee on Territories volunteers ((5,000)) all stout hardy fellows, accustomed dollars and forty four cents. Collins paid out surplus income, making a ter's Companies to take post in the vicinity to substitute volunteers for ",

. and and extravagantly total loss on the Ocmulgee acco jnt, ol 8300 of Ft. Brooke ; In the House the ComtnitW' ttt Wan. and
to perils, -
:: was defeated by one majority. Those exposure
623 10'fhe Capt. Wm. H. Kendrick's Co. M. Vs. an.l
GEmr.nAL .A.LKER.-The Grand Jury of Means reported a deficientv hilt Tlw Ma/v
gentlemen evidently imagine that it involves ] fond of a fight backed up by a regiment actual] diminution Boatmen take ,
-. the U. S. District Court of New Orleans has of defiriency of cap. Capt. Booly's to post at Ft. land coutrhted.. leethm was bebaled ,
. tb. rejection of the Lecompton constitution of regulars who can he easily gatheredfrom ital may be seen from the following statement hers ; .

. -. by the House. They deceive themselves the military posts West of the Rocky I found true bills against Gen. William Walker : Capt. Brannan, 1st Art'). with .the portion "Why was rturoah's B.njfcur Uk a

Mountains will be crush the I and Co! Frank Anderson. They will Loss Ocmulgee Bank. $128.000 00 of( his Co. now with him, to take post at Ft. Broker
:..- amazingly, indeed. To ns, and to those even competent to Boiidu U.ink. .. .. .. .
Ocmulgee 20,00000 B.
Myers. Capt. will command the 2d Dis. th.ru .
. of their o\'n. tide who arejwmpetert to judge mad ambition of the Mormons should they be I he recognized to appear for trial' on the 4th Notes under Protest. ... 1,82588 trict Because she got a ;lulls propbtt from

battle. It is Monday of April next. Notes in 4,782 28 ; ** es on the banks."
rash to provoke not
it embraces al enough a A detachment of 30 will be
.; I. such 'natters, assurance Ext-httujje in *,56i) 97 men sent from
:.: : most as as Holy Writ that when the improbable that the defeat of the Army Increase : Kxchnuge under Protest. ..... .. 12,936 39 Ft. Dallas to Ft. Myeis without delay.We The above U a prvtty good convnJraas,

strong bill will lead to the adoption of this O In the Louisiana Senate, notre had I French Kxchange. . .. 4,101 75 r.ublish with the hint k is not as good- r.j the (sri th the mo*
zc bill; 'o admit Kansas as a State on that constitution : Branch Bank Knoxvill.o.ooo lens pleasure, following
been of the introduction of :
bill import
given & to rushes there Situ banks of S. Swan
J: : comes down from the Senate, ns it plan. The cost of sending troops, regular or $5OOO expected to be recovered, 16,000) 00 General Orders : are upon

-. will otherwise, from the Atlantic const to San 5,000 negroes from the Coast of Africa. Agtrit... .. .. .. .. .. .. ins Oo HEAD QUARTERS, DEP. OF VLA. ) i Co< legalized lo'trrirs Augusta, (;L,
surely trill not long hence it go ih-ough Joint resolutions had al been Defaulting Teller. 26,630 19
; ; deceived (Francioco or any other point on the Pacific, Defaulting Debtor,. ( 3rd, 1858. \ the more pr.fit accrues tu th" pn'tie makiiy
- the House in short order. We are rarely 20,000 00
.the The term of service
: would be shout 812 each man-which of denouncing acts Commod.ire'Paulding of the Regiment of the l'1I?b. We anticipate for th! .iM xt dran-
In each matters, and stake all oir reputation and Senator and th- Mounted Volunu-ers,, commanded Col.
itself J would involve a large expenditure, before instructing ; requesting $238,002 51CIt. S. St Jeo. by Ing a i0kh! f um CI I)) i>ari* ut the Uniuit foe m
: (or tie accuracy of our prediction. of in Rogers, U-ing about to expire I
( the men could be* got to their first rendezvous. Representatives Congre-s to cause the Balance for year ending th- Col. Commanding the chance of the profits in th. nuguinVenf prize
ivtults in similar cares, on the correctness of views expressed to lie carried into effect. January 1.J867.. . $65,016 45 Department avai1himself .
of the $70,000.. The
opportunity to return bis thanks aiO-uiH eii'
this intimation of what is destined to be the Surplus profit for yen
ending Jan. 1, 1858. S8.258 50 for their arduous and successful; sen-ice. Al title the purchaser to a whole ticket ; while
retail of lite" current K nsns imbroglio in the DeB 1f' Review and Weekly Press. r:; General Comonfort unsuccessful in though callwl
into service at an unfavorable
5 2 will
? House.; We have abiding faith in the cohesiveness We are in receipt of the February Num. his recent attempt to regulate and orgnniz Total to ered. of pro! d. to.$tlI3,2H 96 season for immediate active operation, this or } give the hoU-r aa opptxtmitjr
block 760enures of ( of
: of the Democratic. organization. th" third! Nunib-r the :aff.iirs of Mexico has arrived at New (Orleans purchas'd, Regiment has, in a short time, accomplisheda gathering opjue Awsdsoaz1iu1e profit
her nf.the Review, and of, 1 at $3 per
p from Vera Cruz Gar. share below mar great deal in the gradual exploration of 15,000 or 30.000 dnllara.
accompanied by
p A New PoUtu.'JJoftDlfDt.. of the Weekly Pres Pu! licatinn. office ciakonie.! i.! ket value.. .. $2,280 country hitherto unknown, and in finding and -

Jr 'There: .. are strong .Indtciiti.ws I says .the Washington city; branch office Nw Orleans ; Premium ou $1 1.500 driving the Indians from their almott inaccensihle The city of Jeddo the capital of Japaa ia

r Washington correspondent of the .Baltimore! : Maltrr .ppearing in the two'Journal* will be PI-KCHASE ov MOOT VKHNOX.-The !ladies of Kxchauge. 4no.280 00In9., and secret hiding places. said to be, without exception the largest city

: 8nt.of an i intention to transfer the Kansas entirely distinct.! and independent., The Press comKsing| ) the *' Mount; Wrnon AisorU. 96 In tenoering his cordial congratulation to in the woild. It contains 1,500,000 dwel.. .

struggle to.Arlzonla, .There is a better chance is defoted to news,. as. 'well; as I to, political, lion of the Union" have asked the Legislature To Estimated this deficiency of Capital .. $126,447. 55 thosH who ate now returning health and 000 lings of, and the unparalleled gfxne oftssteqtnsslzieenJapanese numbe of .;
nf i i-sue may properly be nddod, for diminished fpi-its to their homes and friends, the Cot people.-
to the
Virginia amount
for the cstabjishrnenl. of.. slavery in the l latter social, literary educational, and industiixl of 8200,000, for the purchase Mount Vernon value i.f a lot in Hmyne It., Commanding the Department. cannot refrain rit in 1 length which U, equal tp tMrty -
tba8tk,. in nerved to all ofth. suBwiibers of purchased for $25,( 00, and now estimated .two* miles. of Japan *
: trer wjts the former' territory, development. Being in the form and upon n the (terms which at but $10,000, at least. 15,000 00 from looking on the dark side of the pictun English The commerce -

Thr en tiro territory oTtbe. United Stales, and .to the RevitfW through.thf South an
aft that is to"be1 acquired In' addition toll, 'Is, tfW", it |j-ripentsmoat: favorable advertising pledge the 'J'jinynienlf! ; the .interest. on this Total deficiency of Capital,... >. .$141,447 65 bereaved and Afflicted friends of those' who is covered with their ships. Their ve i
0 Deducing that um from the. luUcribed. have fallen i in action and els.are laden in, tk&iibeiu.portly *Cf|
thro'wii%f nm*" ;jfwtthe 1Cari a|:Nebraska fcot .to' ftfciiitief.. .Pmimatkrf are authorized t -.act in sc ip, now, by* plAt'l gltTtithe: State treasury Copitai!;:....... ... 8727600, By ordeHof COL. LOOMIS.to disease. empire:with rice, tea,.so*'.eoaI;(QhjwroO>"H
IxgwetB -Nortand the South. Tnrviitjr. Volumes of the advance thouisf.surthof: .the principal l ;i. .
: compctkfoc as agents. s N. cotton and tropical:froiteallafwHchM
and th' 'declare tin belief that .,with their Actual Capital l..... .. Asst Adj't flen'l.A k. '
: y ,. ? .,?... .f1a1.027' M ,. .lil. d i m d i.
Aovk" ; Si... ji enttoo. growing,, as" .wellatft Jley ; vjif r..i J ack; .Nuns.SuIeinptioa! 'lightening; pronpects,: the 'teln.idndn:1)fb: !', Making tte.itpctnow worib.ftr.nwml .- market_f tnthewith .Nth_" >! iditr
or r. I nom- 'itornutras lU ,
mineral region; tlaf bo D- r' : .P,1.tJ1i!. i.cL.. I Two hotrdred" thousand:'dollars'vill '-'2 .lnfJ-w. pJ\1Y 'throughout coru. t. 4.r. .pro .
g bert '
.! :, :{ : : brreiidy, { jwihn: *;d ff cUtioflof. abort Virgtnlaiand north it da i' f.NiMI'ljd" "
$ JUil
I of daring dMwl
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in Iencstik I IFebrniry ted.t.-ift ,
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: ) rrireatSt. Mark .. .. .-.1216 P.M. dst Ihe superintendence Cooimiauonera. tL. 6ih dmf nf ApHl wit. foc.lbe dwocwl of Utc pub-
l1U & *t4W :twD zgoiagvtnI AUTEORTTY OF THF.STATS Of GSO. Leave St. Marks .. .. .. .. 3 SO P.M. lie HtxUVtwiUd *itha tie faUbwibc! taaid Uwoviz 8H OT.awsTI

the & $Id rizurjt' in :v.1Lrra' CL4S3 JJIra* Mat'rh let. 186g. Arrive at Talhihai' e .. .. 445P.M. CLASS 1, H .bi1.i. VO takes tfc* mil_tJetltinm _

thi otlaw -- tpLBsxz. Draws March 16th, 1843, .A* dn Sunday* whit ne weary to eonnvct wHb TM be prawn lathe pity f Augusta, Oa, in poWfc. W.ikHf Al Lam Ziv. .isi Wsd if tA. ..7SiMs.Mridia .5rfl1 tw tat *a* Jle4
the line f Mail Steamers plying between New Orleans. _
at Macon. f? utcler tint 0 id&r. tA1u& "S
rn itnblic.! L. rworn superir S I
t .|idettrs of E U. Bulklty aod Joseph Waterman, Ky We.t mad Havana which' arrive at. anit Fra 3waitotrnliip1efranj i 8f, 10, 11, 11.1S. 1 lib w<| .'
from St. Marks on the 1tb aid 29th of each *
depart .
Vottcrs.OREATJ50LI3H Eeqs. 7, CLASS 2, 14, It. 14. and 11.
'pcint Diimlh.On FrarUooal tuwusbip 6vfrars., 1$. 19.50, 51. *J, Piriffc; ; th9fe fiwhjrtortainut
Penmcola A Georgia Rail R.md a Tri-weekly Te be Drawo in the Oitj of Augusta, Qa., b poblie, wlH leave Tfev ,
Prizes Pavnlile Withtmt Deduction. !8, S4. and 5.Fractional -. on tie rrivjtr f t
; EDT. train will b* run on Mondays, Wednesdays sad Fridays O. Saturday, Ftlntary llM. 1853. sections 3. ?6. fl. t8, and 0. of fractional SS
EE tf *
SCHEME : : townsliln 6. f ran>;e J 6. from the Steamer.and nlunuf to tiiI

iLIIAiri a4&Kari Ca.uaarn FEUALE l'ILL5.rrid Le-veTaVahsitsee. .. .. .7. .. .. 7 A.M. CLASS 3, Frartiooal At!**)* ft. f 8, tad SO. of fractional I "* ,. .
1 Prize of. .. $3fl.OiO
prescription of Sir J. QrHt M 1'C )O.rOt) ) Arrive at Station No. S (Walker's Mill.). 6JO A. M. To be drawn in the City of August. Ga. in pulliaOn township 6. of rae !T. The trav.hIi se a it _- -
IzrguruJii4r Ld QM.c1I.a.dke Leave StitivU No. S. .. .. .. .. i. 9 A. U. Fructhm&I section 26, and <11i east | cf fraetioo tsliIICl1d '.a. ari'
0 drsire4snd Irrqnently 1
D.. iOO
( Img
1 . Arrive nt Tallahassee .. .. .. .10.40 A.M. Saturday ftbfiutry !SWA IMS. ecti-m 28, of fractional township 6. of rang 28. tints to and ti-tim thiS above perti Is ew "
U tmfcll'.rtt: In the rare of sllU 1 2.fO
A HACK leave* SL Morkson ..nivalf the Train binds .ppropti led ty law wr tUt tw uf schools, sad MuL $1as.emgcrs
4II ,xid .g rtos diseases to Which tn. f attojaiiHstfinn 1 .. .. CLASS 4, will be excluded from to waists permanency
t_ 1.flO for Newport and return in time to connect with the military, mud other purpoaea, ? hath* el.'e m oUi teleariusg
it smbject. tt iBuderatev all exness and nnoveaQ 1s Train to TalUil.ae To be drawn in the City of Augusta, On, io public, the sale. tbsm at-the CusauP flouse1ac.aft.r
!1flt I OL up
. .
otiine&tts; and a speeds rare nsj be r.Ikd OB.7V the aVore lands will be commenced
Tallahassee to St. Mark .. ., On Saturday, February 27M, 1851. The offering of
> JUECIXD LADIES 6 I. .. 2O . I.2tOInn Fare from l,00 will in tL. order :.,
.. the Hay appointed, and proceed yer3aii'.75L..a...
lUiir salted. It will in&shurt Utue,bring oo the '. .. 1'O . fl.sdU a. to Station No. 1, Pen. & ON THE PLAN SINGLE NUMBERS. on advritsed? toutil the whole shall .

K h px 110luno .. 61$ fJe-.K. R.. .. . . . ea. W in %bivb tharY ire
tiklj perivJ w.Ut rejtfiritjt have been offered,and the sale thus closed ; but tUs AL.hew
.. 1 . IbO1) Fare fioio ThlialifaSfrte to Station No.2, l I'en. tJeo 5,46 PHIZES ; .
aTbb4Us1 Uo. Dollar,bun the Oov r&n> Bl Bunspf tan two weeks, bBoots&.SO.s
pr'.e ( U R. .. . . . . 87i .U 8hj.ll not be fcf pt ova.&mgr poi-tV1* inhvll.UI fl
Orw4 BrUa,to prevent counterfeit Approximilinn Prizes : Fare from Tulliih.n.-'t-e to Station No. 3. (Wal KEAELT ONE ?nlil TO KYEUT KIKS TICSJCETS! and no private i-iiifjr .if fcny of Uw land will be admitted
CACTllA.Tkas of tit werkt.
the first 4 Prizes of J S to ?Ml OOQ .. ker' Mill). .. .. . .. .. 1.00 NA GNIFICENT SCHEME itfjtil after the rxpiratkxi :
F2U Rhonld aot be ukeu by females during han the of WasLingtum
Given under i.I city ,
>, . 2"0S20 n-y
4 M) to J00 .
ITM ffloailu of i'retnancy, as tile! *ra sun tu bring on MUMITISJ The lion ?' not yet hail tHtnti n 3. (Walker'sMill. TO BE DBJkWI KAC8 BATC bT IX MOV1JCBD I tli* 25tb day of Dedemrxr. A. O, 1857. ,. 11j.. I .' ..5:111t :
8 40 to25t ft.tvOOS8'iO .. .
oili Ume art s4f. .) but ill lie early in March and a Depot M in Prize : JAMES BUCIIA1ii. IUU'N & HON
;*]bal ataay r ihev 12 .. SCO 1 of. so.oo 4 Piies of. i .ffl i,,, PtlI ii
la si caseunr&ervnas aid p.i&I Afiections Pstn In Lb.btck 2t 15 lolot. 2t'" ) ... I t.rtIc*** of construction to be cimipleted[ by the time 1 xu.oot) 4 . 81)0 By the 1 resident: r wf eterr vanv and dei'e'IptI"Q Si .

cud Limb, Fkl'.ciie: on slight ezertioD 1'alpiut.un of 20 .. 1,0(0( .. 200 the track renclitu ihn p>int selected for the Station 1 . 10.000 4 I' 'i.O TIJ09. A. IIESDRICK3.ComrniMtoner ODOIsscLY17 FO1o2. :- '

tie He.ri, 1Iyserc. and Wh.les, thew 1'U wjl affect a 1 &UtO) 4 I' 600I ; uf the Oeoerul and Office. Pept.lt.l8S7. 'H "

all oUicr lisve failed sud JLuufch a po. Freight charged on Fentacala & Georgia Railroad 00 r ,
tar* wb n oita&s amnnntin .$ 40 50 -
.. .
to. .
: trfJ reiottlj.do n\H couutn iron, ehk>u.el. aauuiunj,or any 1838, to be paid on' dflittery nf good. 1 .. : uitio Lt) . 200 NOTICE TO mSEJfPTIOlfv CL4JMs27 Maiti11i ; Omks, .

; har Jol tu Jic coiisUtuLon.Fiiu TicIetx; 2 50. FROM ST. MAliKS TO STATION* I, j 2, jS : 1 1 500 100 15 of :
$10Haivt- Quarters ,
.. e.itthMI l u. the right prempti .
i ... -t *"" p ( 4 v person TALMAS.hWdandualHiedS S
.i r. -- V **' li .SAliViT V . I.Out. 230 . 1UOApproxvnaisOn
t vlt.JSl Jlftuj* mud OUUkd > The S.OOD Prizes of f 16 will be Menntne.. il>. ti.wiMrtjina >ivd rmrtf of .
i to iiuululj Prin'ed Plash deIlaw
UkU: I. C. uk.iwiu A. CXf.) 1.obc.tcr, > Y. j ILt flL.t if tIi* iniiawt tliitt oT7tWi tile $ II.1N 0Iirzr. I ('i r, Hilt1 .thier grailau iii sat-ks Pet *- I 0 j I 0 1(1I ta'wuisbi1'e| above requited
to t.O.000 irizeare1.M00 satisfaction the register and receiver Clonks.
.: L fl'-4.,JJ ,aJ o p..4J suaip* euoloicd to bUy nuUioiWai F r xmnple! If tli* iu'i.b.-r drawing the) Sntp-r sack. . . . . ) 41, 411hipty 4 Prizes.. otthlio sppraig.' the same to the oa 4
200 25 ('00 laud wffi-e Elha. and male Zi'uuye Wrapper
4 l at
uik A.g.J iu.irc Iw.Ue coauiuiii'g &o i'Uli Oy roluruF. 3a&aOO[ prize Mid with No U then nil the ti.-kets in fldo-s jwr Iili ... . . 5 bLiutie .f> the pdym.iitlleerrjor .
4 0 200 1.0OO a seeing this ** Mii, and Cloth Cloafe,
wbn.iht- No mi's in 1. will be entitled to $15 I If Ceniciat. Slur. Pk.'ter tn I Gutiri.. as loon 0.1 practicatU after '
k r.o by Llw&rd Sirliard,Jr, oe Wlzol.uJc cod Ice'ILil tl..- No. mils with N... 2. then all the tick.t* whet in pic.kngea per hO '.. . 2! 25 4 0, 125 '7,000 Sot) tin, and U-fore the day appointed; for the commencement Ri.h Velvet do ,
4 4 100 a 44 400 sale of the land embracing the gable Black and Bron SaUeChildreu'a ?.r$.% .
of the ,
Ae& aT Tiifli.bs.ico.. J. it.6ly DavidJL bII Ag-nl thf No. end in 2, will: bj entitled to $Ib, cud so mi Bar Iron jWt 1iij Ili'5. 25 2 public and CJoaka f -t
4 1 5 3.6(10 30 claimed othei wise such claim will be rteitrd. Fur Tippets
itt U. ill aatlarr g aflds pr 1i.U hI.i.. . . ...O ::10 30Thrt ; BDTLEB
4 rio I.500 0ti THOd.A, HKKDR1CKS.Giromuai a. DZXLL
.{>'u ry 1S3.
of T.1LLAIL4SSEE toST.JTION1 : 5000 prixeiol 20 are.lOO.IKW jo r of die General Land 'JiEct. Oct. 17.187. 4 ..

uyonr Hair 1% I1i..riii: CcrIijieae Packages : (.L.'ttli I.ule. .. .. .. . .l.ii 7'I'.ih.aees Jan. 1 ti. 1 858.

L.&i Frji. WujJ s UiJ ic lor.UT Of 10 Tide's an- sold fit the fi>ll..vimr ri.. i liiib III B.ixe ,,.i 1tiI.Ilia . . i 1 2 I 21..i 6.485 PViirs amountin? to.$320000 __ Co-Partnershlp Notice.. r'

L'yoar; hi r i G.y. ) ) Wh..1e Tckc s_ f.{350- ii aiiith other .rhutl Ill saeksr L uisjiel.. 5 WnoU Ttcxkrs$10 ; HLTU $5 ; Qarzu$2. HARD TIMES HE undersigned have this daj entered iaU *

Js. Prdf. wj.111-1 Ha.r; 1t'stor&LiT. itje ihai : 110 Hal 17 .VI i) SIt Pet s1L .. .. .. . . 25 25 "* JL partnership in the iWHObESALE'

urn4arI1rI.Th&a, ) . 875Bitik lIlly III fladt-a j.-r iiti .. . . ...5 Ci.PLAN : affect the Banks and Commission MereairnU. & TA1t
g. itt. W)1.I i1&r 14&OT.it. Litiac Ctiiiiit. SIntaI'Iater nuid Guall" OK TJIK LOTTERY. MAY
Note* of sound Hanks taken at par. the LEATHER TRADE stands the euuii.
Jf JOU ST* Ca>d, Check on New Yik iemitte-1 fur piizcs.Addref in ptrkaiges ;aer 100 lb' . 124 1 11 12&P.r The. Number from 1 to 60.000.corresponding

UJ r/of. Wuid's Hair Eosloratire.Ifyoa > oi.lm for tickets or Ctrtiricates of Packages hr..,, jier toil . .. . .. I2 Ij 12Ahlotberguadsper with those Nnmleis on the Ticket .printed am f pa- Let those w Lo doubt call at under the name andsty)9) if .

bars Xerroui Headache, of Tickets to lou urn. . .. .... 15 15 rule tiii* (.f ITrrt are encircled with riualltiu tubes D. E. HULL'S AMES & tIELa

t.go i'rof. IVood'* Ila'.r: ettoratre.Kyou ; ANDERSON A SON. Jftnagtn.Macoii EDWARD HOUSTOUN, and placed in one wheel.) .. ., I

btv e Daadrul or Savannah, Ga. Pres. The first 457 piizes. fimilnrlj printed and eoc'rele where They Can It SKINNED cs Usual. b4eaa.dtoie.
ce r.-nt Wood' IU"r Reiterative.If Feb. 20. 1858. 9 4f Superintendent. l. are placed in another wheel.The TIbET will thaIrfI.I&
JOB bi'e Eruptiout, February 13.1858.3rn wheels ar-lhen revo.vrd ana a number IB Goods of every description and variety, t* suit tL. and pstrun*at the oW stand(D.B As a ,

c%e Pro!. Woods Hair Eettoratire.Uj drawn (mom the wheel <>f Numbers) and at the same times and the ptcketa of Purchasers.CAEEIAGES where they will keep a full and 'gi .*W

.3 dmtre C'.oi-y flit, StfayedOR $50,000 Cash tjme a Prize M drawn from the ther. wheel. The ftc.ortmentof f ArtceeappevtaIuzut.tIsat

teir-ir. Wo)d*$ Hair EotoraUTe.If Bales Cotton Number and Prize drawn out are opened and l cxlubite ne of osiocss D.-H. A11ES,-
fromthe 3,000
you icTe U preserve tl.c Culur, STOLEN snbnlHfr. 5,000 Leon Bonds County
.;*o I'.ur.Vo..>J't Hdir EeiloraUT. a DU-k MULL ; the Prize being pla'ea airainbt the putohcrdrawn. I dies dress-l\\ocuiib aicummoda- 1,1826. 1

If yo der out lojjc tne i oior: bhud in outee.. A liberal re rpllE UNDERRIOXEn makes the fallowing pro This oprratioo is repeated until all the Prizes ted UD a SeaL

L'J i'rut Wood's lUir Euturative.If \vuid will be |1aaitI for Lie retuinr J. }MiI.i?i..mis to l.i.-t friend ntil cUstlmcr4iz: tire drawn m.Appt G K CMRK; i. ..
f--r uh iiif-irnmtiou nil i I
y-ju wanl a Cbmp Art.clc, ns Fii>:-He will r.(-eive Cah in |-i\inett for nil dximation Prise*.-The two preceding and EOCKAWAYS,
lead his .
Cms VjfWo- d'* llk'.r: Be toraUTC.Kyoaad.n'.rDthe Iii rec'Vtry.Feb. amounts due linn <.it tmtep, Uxid or i.jx-n iiCc
Ceaut.ful Lock 11. G. &UEPABD. lly-In the absence f>f Cash, lie will receive first 7 Prizes will be entitled t<> the 28 Approxiinutiiu to do away with the uecetsilj ui Cradles.
20. 1858. 8-tr
L'to I'rof.Vd'* Hair CettbraUreIf Cotton m ptxnieiit fr nil tximls. notes or op.n acronnls. -Prizes. For example: : if Ticket No. 11250

yen adao're tb Ileaul'fal Knlou.) at iti,. liig!> .t-t mniket price. draw the $ floiio, 1'iizc. tL
: i ao i'rf.V'.KJ' Ha'.r EeilortUre.If Notice to Debtors Tlainil)1u1 the absence of Cash nhd Cottth he n-'J 1 l-4'J. U251. 1 1252. will eaeli l>e cntiiled to Bugreies with Tops anti ISnpjies rvithout Tape.-. r s|*ctfiillj Nifit-tn the ei Jaw* op'a1i

p yoc wjh a Craul'.fol (Simplex:ui, pi-r-.ni. in Ivb'ed to ihf late firm ..TOWLKT will receive-1.1 the amoilnt 'if $5 UisO: Leon County *4011. Il Ticket N.i. 650' druwi the $3C: .0H( Prize. amid SULKIES amounting to Humbuggies. WOULD 1 '. aa i the pnblis ecueraHy..tttliiltaitaken

t"i rrof.Vool'. Hair Kw.orati'c. VLL M i YKttS.: :tre leqiieMed t'i p.cup )t. rWHrd Irlr I5..nd i.t their! ih:irket value iu p.m) flht-t of Bonds.He those TickHrt nurnlx-red 648. 549. 65 1. 652. will each the old stand of J. C. ILiU A Co, *Lerebs Ia

U you wlgU a Tace tree fn .n 1'in.pltj, >ttl *. Mr. K. H. GOUIIA is duly! autliriz".I to settle taut r aitci ze.-aiit 5. bf entitled to $300, and so en uccurdi.ig to the above SADDLES, prepared to repair{

tse 1rbt. Wojd Ua.r Ketttiralite.If I all would inform bis fiind nnd customers that scheme. TlotnanP .
atvoiui'a iV.. MYERS.T.ill..l.M Large enough for the ponderous Watches, Clocks, and JcmJry '
hi for the monthf uf '". biniiiv ati.I l March The 6,000 Prite of $20 will l>e determined by the J L.
wUU to F-l.. ; piiVments *
you appear r. 2ii. 1( 5S. tf R pontiff, or small! enough f..*r a gentleman
lit of the Number that Iran the in a workman like manmr, and at the roost rsdena
I'rof Wa>1' Hair UwloraUre.Ifyoi me %t ry lat-avy. sit I he freU.inndint, in c.nisiderHtii'ii figure ( a $70,000 from
wan' f* ovcrwhrlmmg .'f the tjrr-.it i iiiulsjeiioe I.trtief..rexteid.d., Prize. Fir example if the Number drawing the Lilliput. him rate*. Persons baviiyr gi-d Watchre Jut lail *
: Ica .'a C.r a'+r<** 'rjt. Vo.ji i Hair fle.orative. S1ORward. tie\! will OXL and ALL enme fi.rwaid and avail $70.000( ) Prize en-Is with No. 1. then mall the Tickets.wheie BRIDLES run well from h.iviitg brn btiily repaired, cur
a ihcaiMslve- of Uie in:Iuceini>nis: .-fft-red in ihig ndvertiMn the No. end* inJ, will be sititl..l to $20. If 1 : U4f having them put right at hu slurp.CCTt .
It :.tr want ;<> flud it.Tl j IIIL i ;tlMi-t reWdni 'lil IN- y\\v\\\ for the up Of vanous MZeS. surIii, j eiH>ugh to guide an imported
1ta ends with Nut 2 then all the Tickets where M wn.k wnrraMeil if well
the *
ent au > M rit S' L'til. <
I -v a: Hi st., |I" .u.t. II of my nigro in.ifi LKVI I wi.. pay A'ubian. or sufficiently graceful to ornauieBt
itil.him to meet hiS Jinoiiilics. Slunil I there b the No. cuds in 2 will be entitled to $20, and so onto Jan. 16. 1858. i-I7 ,
It U .id >puL..r Vrvf it in the lity tu.i. : the ,
r- *(> t by e cry p ; r.in aivjiy lion in.r< < i> u Irw a' b -iore.He I Secretary's room.Iitrn _
*i..l I is :.' } rits "f a e. j U-u: 5 fti.T C t .i-|,,t hnrh. ilutki.u'iilto auv (I hope one) win** irtumranc.! il! not enbe 0. MHitinL-a'e In ii Rubber and
Ftbruary C, 15M. 6-ly .:.' uith :> douii l.H.l. and uh. ii ]l.k.n .- I i tne n to co.njily. ten in part I he pc they will! Uiitificate* au.f Packages will be sold at the fullowratcp Leath'r< ts. C lf aud Ghe Skins. SELLING OI'EAT
: whk-h La tIn- .risk : .. lkhtiiig. : Liiiiin p
.- -- his C..tft.rwir.h l xl mice, ar.d ny 6-. cl"e up ibeir ..ici .
t<> it U.ter n HO -iiiti of wil,4r.t
put < I S5 L
rxp >! -S.
.units nnd make t lie very lx'! t Miraiifrrinent* in their : CertincMtfs of P ckage of 10 Wl.ole Tkkets. .$80 Tru..k< that ran C"iiVf the p rnimrnitliaof ,
Any in I t1 itir tl.o will itd-irt-b the .
boy plente .
OniTUAUV.DivJ. jf-rson
i t a. 10 Half 40 the nw.M of
uistlerigtied WHtikt Jifi. IM-II ifiiii tv Florida.! p tt' r f>ir pwviifiit l-.t-rt-aftn. that he may know }) extravagant NEW YORK Ci'1'FORCASII1.1.
: I wlmi to dep.'inl.upon.] PAVlD C. *-VILSON.feb. :' 41 10 Quarter 20 either s.x. V A LICE and Car t@ '_
at the -Vdrnre of b:a sin in Ui.s rny on the 23r1 I JOhN iJtADKN.Feb : .
10 u 10 liac tat.iuhI i-izcs and the must
- 13, IMS. 7-tf Eijrhth pet approval
: vanu&ry Ja*; (;ui. HoUH AUCIIhE, lu thc OM ;car of bs I ?0. 7853. 6-l
In i.rdering Tickets or -rtificutes enclose the I .t'-I-| *.

h I rri'inev to our nd Irew for the, Ticket onlered, on reof Hemp lund l InJ.a Kuuber Steam Puckinj. Upper .
lie wa b)rti in CnTleton D-, So Ca la ITTo. and wa ietlfiUierle Notice; Florida Eailroad.AT
et.it which will lie forwarded lint until.ts LealK-r and carrinres. fur Ladle
I Ley by ) Ln.nni; (not ) '
**, ui.1.fancy, to the rare ol a Jcotetl niuilicr-wli> ['lIE! Subscriber u del rit' of r .iu ving firom ttitJ.
,i LLrt<*rsnti1iaviiif fl ina ds ngadnst! the estate I'ufthase cnii have tickets ending in figure they
trough;bun ni with correct Jiriuciplc and taught h.m" the w A /, MJ .pLce. and offers hu entire *. ,'Y",
TVVilli.im: El.is, dt-c-a'ed late n( J rtt.ra'. n PIUISI- iniy desimiatt.. S
fii TtJ'.br Lord.** I ty. WIll Uike i tie tlinl tl'y inupt ,,irHnt ill-in to H ii-f-ti' ui tl.e 15--hid ii lnei-t"r of hel''l"ii'l.i The Lh-t of Drtwn: Niimbefs- and Prizes will ba Head Waggorj, Cottrn! Waggvus. and ether Licd4 efWAOOOA'S. STOCK (//** MERCt11JZXJ7ZE.-* Sronistirg
In 1 1! at 13 yean cf nje r>e weut as a volunteer to the dt- H.iilroHil Ci lield Fcrnandinaon
tl.c itie.li ni'tlieiilicnted witK.: the >nii.iny. at { after the drawinV.f3f
: r-ign.-d duly time sent to pun-huftere injiiediutely part of try Gooda, CkKhing I rdwanCic
f nc f the city of Charleston. He wa nikfrird in 11C- 4 i preMril- i by law. -r tliifc n..tir will be {ileml inlinr Ihe 7th ,Sniurd hit l1tetI Cliurc-ti in laSJ. and rcroot rd to Fluddb in .
| r.'s.iltlTs.'n l .
wis ailopted
t-f th'-ir m-o\t.rv ; and all pern indebted to pl .m. and give i '.heir Post C fSce. ('lun'v aJui Sute.f 5
43. I>re lie id.-ut.fi bni.e1f w.th the interests of bis I Mini <>#tH'e ate Iwieby notified lr make immediate WHKKKAS The wiark .11 the Flori-ia! Railroad )having ; Reineinber that every Prize u' drawn and Of all kinds nianufastured by WitEXLxi & WILY / TO.I K COST, FOJVCASS iyTrn

4..rJ b. tr,to w'. 'xh! lie rendered -&.oent.aI Rtrricc, in t ar pa\liiflit to the t.nd.-r- >t..i.CiJ : ivain-e 1 to a con ln n which lirin s it into uxt'ful [alyai'ile in full witlunit ilitluction.QJ sos, af 1'IeW' rk. cnn4iuy a heap for little money. A'win* to

.>.Js pr jniincut poitiOk$uf rrK it ibilttr find trubt. At his AKLES T TAYLOR. Adml'r. i-uii'i'-xii'ii with the Imsm. of the interior, and I A'.l! prize* of f 1.000 nud under paul Imme- CaUflnd examine-em. ffrl I the wu is sufficient. CALL SOON. ,- -

<5 iib beocrup ed the pist. und- the Gencrtl Goti-mment, Fel.. 2'' IIi. the |iiutiil'i'.it) ; \ <-f a Kiirct+pfiil prosecution < fit tth" ditrly after the 4ri&viig-.otht+ prisw at ihe u ultiinn liuvi'.mlier %tr1.- 1 COHN.Newport. .
of C .liestor the I'ort.'ft.' Mark cud tR-i'i" r.- "n.i.lv; deniimctmteil., the Companywhich <"f thirty ltys. Tall jhas.te. 2 1. 1 8 57. 47 Jan 9.1853. 2-tf ; *\ "

Miay r.rue* adornM hcharacter.. He wn known and I Blacksmith and h hue llin far C"inliicteil the l enterprise nnder All ci>miKunicsiti I'm' strictly cniifidentiul.Ad'lren \ '"i '

*t.-emed timujrh the! Stne a* a man inc..rnip"Uc p.; I th.it 11 {Mijnr IIIIK Ix-fn ri-HcIied s' bet e ilit-v may hope ? Orders fr Tickets or Certificates to NW GIJ1JIJS I-NEW GOODS Nathaniel Haioleii} -

lr;.li.m ai.I ani-nJipnHnlainf: nfpjnly.: He was a kind Lr fforte S/iO'iny Et'abtv hnteitt.'plIKSUP.SuUIHFItb.gn t' l he met bv tlie c'nfi.heua''M nnd ci >perati.'U of thf S. SWAN A: C()., Augusta, Ga. *

. b nd.it f>..<]. :fl.1agetLU.1 h-r. I1.e rhecrfulnets and anr- Lave 1 iuif.'t tI. planter! and iin-rcli.infs >f the intcii i..r: ron THE COMMISSION MERCHANT
' ; to m fy Persons raiding near Monig.nnery.; Ala., or ,
bXy w-r p'overblal. Arable and i-oa-il'-atury in h-i; bear. citizet$ ol l\llaliHKfce aod tluit liENUVHICKo Tiitrtforc. Jfftoi-ftl, fliitt the Secretary he directed No. St New Orleans.
f vicinity At Un'u. (Jit, tin have their orders tilled and save 38 Poydras ,
::. Jnj *nj maurttra. be won the gtj.Kl w U of all bu approacl will the I to invite snb.i-iipti.>li.t<: the Stork of I the Corn- FALL AND WIKTEETRADE.
dlim. L'Jfh'.ljrtn ]'ured bltn, sud the poor bkaxd puny ux>n tIt, tMine tcnn as heretoiiire, mind totukeMich
I Bf.4CKSMITII BUSINESS cititfi.t&. Refers to Gov.James F.. Broom. Tallahassee,
li'm.The nil-jo us may afl.'-iI the !II.t convenient opport A list of the number that arc drawn from Oeorjre K, Walker, Esq.. ; -'.
in all ir vsii"ilu. brnnches.) iran.I is t.. the iiilniliitanti of this several interested
iiknan! datb of Cal. Hag'j Ar-Vr afford an liry prepared to execute unity
the wheel with the amount of the Prize that each Gen. Wm. Bailey, Jefferson ooraty,
,, -solve iI'iotrat.n! ef:hr powrr and cay of our bolv r- nil!) rd, r4 with nejiliie.--* nt1 i
I., o&. His-1 i-ase. Ihnj-S n..t, geaerally. accompanied hymorh 1 warranted to be t-iju.il to tint of any oilier A true Copy fruhi the ininutrs. in the following paper : An iwa (tl.o! ) Conititutionaliist. J. O Putnam. E j.JJidisoa

acute jiaiin. wan B-rerthvl a most d itrt-w.npone, Bjirksmilh here nr elsewhere, nnd wid guaruntre GEO. W. CALL. Pec'y.III New Orleans Delta. Mobile Register, yr nz underpinned n now receiving his Stock of ])amel BrlL B-q.. HamlUoo *

and buI.T.n? were j>'(tracte'1 ta a \1..nE time but chnf PqiYif4Ii.'M in ..> ery Jlil.lOliSK Chirltoii StJind.ud. Nii>hville iazette. Allan In- 1 FALL AXI) WIJfTER GOODS, Augustus Steele. Esq.; Levy *

tan: pa! e, -e had brr perfect W' rk." and d. ioe grace trtmipHed -.- SllOKlNO, Ilepuiriiif and In-ni'iu piirsimnce tar the ft f'tjoinir rn>olution, notice is tellizencer. Nc* York Weekly Day Hook, Savunnali wLkh wants neither in Qunutity Quality or Style. J. J. Soiling. Esq. Uadeikn "

over ,11. Wbeft he saffered most Ue dad l not con ( ail Vfhicui*. Jil>nit.itioii work. HIM! all ..t hi- I rebiiven that the lunik" >.f lln-Cun.pany aie pery 11- r .i1u News. Rithmond Di'palch. New York Dii. Embracing for the Ladies, E. Rnuington Esq..TbtunasvOlA. C..

plaia.but chrrihcdTeL VetifDiit t"the will .if God- er liralfh-S) apperlumilif, til hi* buinewwiil liigtiCiit:| ou'ii i nt Fi-rnaTiili'ta, where subscriptions pat'-h. a.i.J P.iiihhng (Uijs ) Chmon.Nov. Oct24.1857. 4S.. .
In a cnnvemtVm with the writer ab ul two week before In !t.-n Vc1 v.iiolul and |>i'm.ll fttU-n- m.iv I* n-ade eilht-r in perfw-n or by Inter 'lier It. 857. 4HtyFLOEIDARAIL Silk Robes n Qtriile. Side Stripe lelnin Robes S

death, he lamented but he bad imtl'.rvd: mwe faitlifjll a* (liii'K.. H. iitiltltV.Frb. II lii.itilit ''I I Ii.. pr..t.mtt iti-e-Iiieiiiit Iwung I-.uo ',,i S. Flounced, Challie WM E. 2DER5OX.tti'iiicr -

a c ir' tiiin-:bat he had done so l.ttle to advance Uie ratine 13. S58. 7 Atft-nt. ;:?i'\t\ ph ire i-f t-H'd I : I en. Thi <*oinpntiv is the owner EOAD limeade BayadiereStiipcs, Plush Bareg ,

of b.* Bede mer. He thanked
tint it bad tan jbt It'.m more of hi* own weakness and inxafCeicitey nci."f I liind.' proH-ny| nlidilrid been upHt RUNNING 73 MILES. ChitiK Striped Glace. Printed Merino Robe, '- A S DSO * s-SI

and of the divine fulnet and grore then he had tier 8100 EEWAED. .- over el'-1
known brfire. I>ortij this inU-rfiew. ft principal theme lnrtiarr a**<-Mintnt of( *.r""i *.S.OH to $I lii.OOiHi chare All Wix.l! 1)elains.MANTLES. ASIANS, FUL. -S

wa the coodnvuat G-d- eeral time exclaim'mir. O, how unl be nuftitikUt tu fiuwh tl.i ra ad -o-___ 'Sb
c'oodb.i : Iiow. orxl he i*lorn*.' I know he lire me, C EU. W. CALL, Scc'y. Or arraY JIATtttUL AXD STYLi.Embroideries |3RACTICESinth C..urU.fJack W'sbIa.

u.aora I tiarel eD oun onh$.*' In li'-s: tart interview with PROCLAMATION Jan. 9, JS.-S.; ;2f TRAINS LEAVE FEKNANDINAD JL ti'irand Franklin-ia the Supreme LVtart' t'a.

the writer,during the n&TRnm before tie difd. he said Ism _. AILY (Sunday BJtreptwlJ fair "Starke." (hi-ai rianna.and in tie United States DbtiietCunt at

nk-njr f.aet. but my vial 1* in |terfjct peace. I hate no I P_y M. S. PERRY, InTiTnor ifJ Flotithi. SI1IIT Sampson Pond)
f-ar of death, tvt my Savl.*. wiU Rae, and I ln.iw he will II ER EAS. iruf.ii miuti-in IIMS l-een furtiichcd toth lee coniK'cfi.'J Jn-weekly with 4 h-re' Mail Stiigisf Maltese and Uoniton Laces. palachicola.REFERENCES: .

not let me n.rtr. Ihaveplace,! myolf in His hand*-Ibare Kxrcntive I i'p.trtinent. Uiat a nmnl.r EXCHANGEON -r (Canieiville. iittiuiaiy| Ocala. Tampa liny amiull I BONNETS, BELTS AND 1 RIMMING RIBDONS. Thin.J.Wsyl. Ii4kTTallal1md.t:' -
no will but Hi* will U loot in the will of Cxt iin-1 S.-utli Fl >rida. At liiddwin
my God.- Hannlt'in. ) points in ( .
tied in the Coi f *
t '
wan conini iity on And w tb mn mn-ma'ed rountenanre he then exclaimed A l hIi Hly o> one Jotui S-.it by one Robert II. J.,nrinn.HJil NEW YORK (the juiicf'"'* of tie JackH.mvillij mid Alligator R.-a I 1)ronnertmj ) Public. The midei Cenernllv.signed to wnulIaliuohhthe his large l und attention Stock of th ufCento Hon.J.J. Finlfv. Mar? nna.- "u 'S 4
7'Bieator: I d-not hare, n here or there tolok f.irfcim. ii.h Saae' f-r J..rki>onv511e. Alligator, omiplete '
: E th.it wild Jo.iriUn i* nu\v H fugitive from juiti tie.. ,' Mini YontJis Full and Winter Iaai'wia11A' ; ftC4uabsi. IfaHoen. '
but he U with ne all the time-he in in bean." ID Sums to Sail Purchasers, ail Middle Florida. Clothing,
my and _
N. w i heir fore. I. \UIiON S. I'KRRy. (J.vrrtHirof Tiilliiliarave, piiuLin Gents and Yontla) Full timid Winter ._12 157. a0-4 : '
Thus he lingered rhMmg-li the night, .atii and bapjiy. In I P -
the Stale of Fl iidi.. by virtue ofautlMirity vii
_. HATS. CAPS.8i7
th -FOR 8ALK BY- .
nnrg.ji as the r.s ugr un wa changing the pray of ted in me by taw. do hereby offer a teward of One sen iu t'LC. BOOTS AND SHOE1.PLANTATION SELEfrE'mE

dawn. Into the golden lifht day, baling ttken leate ofilli Iluitdted Uolbr. f'r thin apprehetii of sii.l Juurdan. W. E. DAN ELLY. Leave Fernandina daily (Sunday \ UDERS1OED Ig 7e.ve IIIIiLk
bout h.m and commmnicated hi last wIshes to his wife, he hs the Slier ffi-f iiiiilt..ii., 1-. )f. GOO P tnJ
Mil I delivery to exi-rpteil) at. . .. .. ,
c1t ifens
f Ttfluikwtee
for the MARINE 3ANK.J. > i that IM
said. -o.Fl conlti Jaw p no -I hate tK b'.r.g more to do MF.X-Sui 1 Jounlan i is alxint ix i frelhi..h. weigh.a Agent. Arrive at 8tnrk at..5, P. M. Kerseys olevj. .j. _'. a rircniid ilrpe.Sdnda au tlcinitj.
-I am redy-.fl :a !" And In few minutm hi J., 18SS. C.-4t '. ...vast i5tstai (.po.iu ? r1e'i 6ck j, r.rin :
peace a ha.tuiry 6.
Fpr.it. 17i )ii>uiids. nuii'ly hair and iitrlit <-nniple nin [ Leave Slarke daily (Simile ex- Strijvi imKUM ,.? ..4'Fa.ut. M...;. Laid ..aowdmUurienre
.QflttUv Cfid Cr,nJlT. ta.d tn lu koou la HM C. tt.Maryland Te>lliiionWiei| e''f. I l.nte l.rtrunlo ert. inv : : .JAIii4 EeiIIi' NOTICU.' repte!) at. . .. .. .. 4. A. M. :irlbor ,n bt.ipes anal Rutsets and black Shoes in teaching Hi thi c.ty g, I bpiby; mitiisea1

hand mid ranged to be nftived tl-e treat SiJilL. Arr v.- at Fernandina at. . . .8. A.M. Plaid. Lins.s snd Ki-n'y. Jeans. and wiremittrd energy, to tneiU a sbra af '

Ltterie [ sj] of the Style of rhnidi. Done at th<* Cvpitol.in HILL&jIOYLE.JOHN Stoppingst Baldwin and Trail I'Mire (the rro- heavy Ja.tinn I OiUiabiirvha. Viruirli all Wool Liuseys, ptttrr. luge. The greatest e re' will t**-takm wsb

State the City of TallaliHsree, this fill day of sing of the New Ri.er Road) each wav; and cnnnec- J J4-4 brown and! bleachWoo] Huts.ed these emum.Ueti to my charge, both !iii regiMi.

.. FElStE fclO., 3zgtr&. February, A.'D.. IIf8. M. HILL an t JOHN J. HOYLK. of Talla- (ins nt Fernahdiiu with Stenmers for both Savannah doiiwMOuM Steel. Iron and Nails progress anal morals.A t

._-, -& MADISON PERRY.G.ivjrnor Liniiiii; thi day uw. fiHted theniaelvea and Charleston, poing and retuniim,'. Brown and bleached Shec- Complete assortment of c.nnplete and tlior ughn edocati B- w11 be
of Florida.By gather iu busineM under the nf\ le. name and! firm* of FREIGHT I'.n0-s, Iluurdwufre.CARPETING be obiained
N O T ICE.Tj the given HS can at any 'oh.ar1ithiiuibi
Governor Attest
i'. L.: ViLLEriccr. HILL & IIUYLE, Received: bv tike Company's Agents free of charge at the State nnd as WMIQ as the parrivvpe.wIiwii4

ERSONS living at a distance should) be extremeZvelutiaIi Secretary u! State. and will ffive prompt attention In nil orders in their all the stations alonp the route, and forwaided to Brussels, Three Ply and Ingrain Carpets, able and conip-tnt *s%utaitU w'rtl txf'flrucarrd. lacw

JL _: $ ..f win m lli.y .-rder It fery Ticket Fek. 13. 185S. ?-3t line. They are preyed to execute and carry on the Fernandina,Snwimah. or Charleston as nmy b* direrte Parlor Rugs and door Mutts.AH >ucctiun with the SCHOOL. a.chW! t rBOOIE
4.r Cenifi-ate I'Mckgrs ,f"fidvts. The 0V.. CALL, F. R. R. I .
i* fl-led.v.jih Unru* and swindling L"teii
1l,4'ICrHMId 5 is l-rld out l<' ir i |tr n* to invert S100PEOCLAMATIOU"REWARD. in all its variouM branches ; and from their long ex- I in the City. bracing (qrumercial hf,. ',tlL|l{ b fully rjn'nliigd tt

k.iDry in ficui. Cspital l IViZ'-s of from ?20.O 0 to |peliumace in the Running Gwar and Screw Business, D. C. WILSON.Oct. enter.upon: tliw datiee of the tVCUsiJts nin fl.u.s

liiUXN' Lead lltfir frIIt'tH.l'-WUhi ticket* i+t fl and other machinery hope by prompt attention to DENTISTRY.F Ii. I 857.S 42 i/rtd/ Higher Ormi cIai of Enl1b fri. ..

$1hi.UO) CujrtUl 1'iiie* Hrr ..ttVre l. tirkets ?5. All biiHinew to merit u liberal shure of pitronae. A.I Term .fFite M nth ,. ...,,..$ 00

sdi: m rrry IiMtHiice. are franiU ; and if moiH-y is orders Ironi the country promptly executed. Calls EDWIN A. HART Prim/ry IVpartmert. ,. .,.....,..,. _.. 1100
N-ut ttl. mY'rlii-telK, it i is n tnucli ijin-wn away from eillM-r.ol the Onmlies in Wi-ldle rl"ri-a. and 11>y etrrei-'teof the Scaoob will eueuss s

Without the elm-'ow] ..f aIiiiict! of netting M IH ire- Bj M. S. TEKKV, G.-vemnr of Florida. frHn' DccHtur and Thomas Counties, Oa, shall receive .A.ttor1.o37 &t X.iiW, MOM DA V.January 4 b. 1 868.

Bewi.rr .f nil Li tt wh the Cnpttal I'rice is nltcliti-. inform
M re } information ha been furnished to Tallahassee Florida Any ilion reqjtrrd can b* nbtaloe br a -
V>'isijgIIy|| b.rgvii coiupar* to:the price .1 f EifkMti. WHEREAS Derailment fliRt u murder Ftb.6. 1b58. 6-ly plicutHin Ui the tul cnber at hu re-Mene or at tj

In rvvrt uwtit ie wlirrr large prizes me "tiered tsar a Jr practice in (lie Circnit Courts of the Mid Store ot CuLl?, H. l3zay. H.
rnmtnittrtl I ihieiw.d!* ot Wm. Dn by isno WILL
sm U cost f Itfcef*. p'irt U down w* H certain fniii that
Willis in the if Columbia, and Hew of Florida
K-iiturky 8tir< L"ltrry for the tmtrtit < from
is fu/ittve jnjice :
aid Willis Conner now H
?belr>y C-11--jfe, fiixlkr l'tlt inaiuigenw-nt. i I" tb* tlviWtery ) BY Tallahassee. t3T Office over the Store of Messrs.
MAIJISON S. Pfcltlii 'vrrn -
iti tin iinitr-i Si litto* hich U .legally o fM !- Now ilirtrfwrtf. I G. fc J, MeginM.*. PIANOS ijtzczir 5S

rf-.J. $J.y th M nitVI Dr.whag.I{ ) <4ker I,.tiene* ir ot tlie State of Fl ruI ln. by isffrr virtue ruward of ,ulhi of>Olluuilred rityvrrted .. C. TJBEWJtckonTille: FJoriJa, 'rPllR: undersigned give notice that be intends vie- Jim. ZU, 1858. 4 rr---rw- *.u i.aa.4 *

ljih purp'.rt u/lw d.Ci&I1W the] Maryland Draw- in mc< try law. ti. lreby tt aif iIIIJ GUI- L A ROB a'it 1 complete with Biilroiuls and Town- ill Iting Quinsy proleMion several tiiue during PIlE SUBSCRIB hfalrt-rtemtd.
D-hlars f-HT the npprchfiMlm
$n ar Jnin1s.E the Sheriff' Columbia aisqis.) For sale by die preMiit year where be will be pteaaed to wail wu HEW BOOKS. JL froto th*. BK i rtrluU* lMHMt k'Ib*
iURrL.VSD STATE LOTTERIES tier, smid his safe d-.livety to McDOL'G AL dt I10BBY.Feb. ill tbtie who way be in want of his services. 8tatu. five aoperior S

Ctit ity. 6. 1B56. Teeth inserted ou the ObeopLutie ProceM.a proeees JUST RECEIVED 'S
PiM.4. in tW Sit J/rttfrii then MggSaiI Conner is about five feet six or seven duo.- ': ,
.Dryland entirely 11eV. which surpas*** anything yet
incW hurh. Urk eo.i.plexUi. ratLw quick spoken, 6Noti .4 ?*Til' p'l.. and jIj.
in tUmid eretl fi>r full Setts. Hundreds of the bet certificates NEW BOOK* & NOVELS- ,
liuoriLlrsuv a finger: iii hk rihit baud off; about S4ur, $5 years e. Mn be ebown io its favor. Will U 4n Quitter wUondty DOHE-A btrollef fc Etinmif f ,.

( : ', of are. the Ut, and wiilruis3istiUtbe EL ORINOO-.Travel, in Mezteo; ,
ANTED two Ladiet, who bare bad February
0* thine InoV ILILAJ1I&t, ii. If r4n In Trsiinvmy Wber of. 1 bur* bcreuato UreatSeiti my c.ipjkrble by experience young in teaching and arc lOtb, P.P. LEWIS.Jan. 1)R.KAKIAretIC Expedition; ._ ___ .
"%44IWffijM4V1 en'Tsclrt. hand tend tued U be affixed the s-u S MEMOIR 01 d:8,Prtutii S S S
i. flstinorr..t TviT reeIve toi teach all the higher English Brauehfs. 16.1651. Spwhes. Li.;
) matthe CnjAvA., well qnalifi
wLLIIi4rto'.1ritdrd Cvrttfi'at. i't. ij i-f iW Slate irf FloriJ4. J : THKPAYSoftnv; lifr-A novel b/ tit,
inth.cicy uf T lUbaae, tbu Pac a.s: T1W $ii.g.i. .rD5egtei 4U4 w' rkr ittrttMH! in or tiearTa1labau&u'I.fh.rL Liverpool Sack Salt.Jk author of Margaret and Zaidee; .

ag PruaTVA.p.lM8.:!: vould aUuation ther. :JSAUELA iwM S., ;
They prefer tu -
::1,4 ,', -Li :1 M'.1. 4 Carw dally '
f ntittjarge RTlSN.WTPILAj.aet' ______
AdTnfte: *l Sholarspref.' 8a Ufcctory toetimoW 250 lot : ; I.
cm, r'jIet*fl'M'I..Lhja4frj:13a1: odrt6a41thLoi : '* i ykSCoNEZL1S-.A w. ne. .
: n u GoycnGT'-Ate.I! t7ieV4W1Ez.- .- DWd k'4a&iIP S -
b1&1 b.. -. rizIwr.1ii ,fuI h. M ILq3LOTOJ *'.WALZ.EL .bysnjgs;

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>.>edon.alt REASONABLE TERtfS.; rf.
'&.fVctJitdzsJnerei; :arhtl *, -?. -> ,-, sje bf kad! *if ., tad Hair "nm1"' f r Jlafca.li it
Vesting : -
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r .J ;Plutaiinn worfc. orse'ahotinfr,and Carriage fntne.very
work such.M eaTganUOnt1mh11flgflk1flg new ( Ura t iu rd-ptiflt .
ihe 9AUK at
; : not aarlcMt'witn: number of j, rt .i -
.i',1 ; Aflfwi'MroenM utilfor_ c.l'dcbrpd Every Color, Style) and Quality, 'Hitrnaniler* ** and with promptoaa V an
. _: ., which. /.am prepared to maJte,"up in. the 'most;j NoTCmberB. 188*. 44 procured 4 first'rate *oofl&goVtei Front fle di Ottiringt Thy have rAtly r.eId
'':.. \. lof Wiaitfani 'of logrt.1 or eatat Carriage Painter and Trimmer, Tin Sheet L Sheet simpIpfvery P'y'Itpt
. 'nr fashionable per and .Conducting: Tipct, d. Piititeri and
style short notice Carriages Buggies and Harness ta. Pliyit ..msIaUibbtrtnt
4._t Wi1t'BOt be gives. until the advertising f.. M on from New York the undersigned i iA prepared to do Zinc. Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pomp fibop wtrkof full

".. -. AND REASONABLE TERMS For Sale bj P. B. Brokaw. thm kind of work as well and in the latest style, u itva.i every variety done at inert notice.' uqi_, I, $_2. .1.Ll1 ..IIL.a .supJ?.

't. L I -- -ALSO- Subscriber lias he done at the North. and Tlcrcharils
,' !::: PIFIIE just4 received a City Country Orderifrnsn tbe .nntr,
V All those who bare tbii kiod of work to do, find
: 'crtterahip Notice. A tA.BGEA.XD WEIL SELECTED large supply of Carriages, tion irnaraiiud' !ttVrarJ -.
STOCK Or Are respectfully invited to give me a call tfoie b1h
;:bThuggies., and Harness which be offers wish it done in a manner that will not fail to give per Physician's pi $

.t' THE mlenifmed have this cLty formetl co part- READY-MADE CLOTHING, V for sale on the meet reasonable terms. satisfaction wcvld do well to call on chasing elscwbeir.tJT" p ty." Awoi Kppsftx s couipuuod ,
N.B. All article raanufactned from the
under th name aod etle of WHo KTJHN3.Maj vary
' % Conaiitinjc of suitable for November 18. J864. 4ft ,
: garment V
every wear, .JawL1$516 4'
sMILES teat material and warranted durable. "So other arti ., aV
2 *7 18
, : K7.r db Gt-orD1a.n, such as Cloaks.Talmas Coats,VeU Pants, &. &. NASH & CO. la will be offered formal*. "

::: Eki tnlt contmne the boMnesa in all iu branches at which will' be disposed of allow prices. October 20, 1SS. 48 'Cod Lirei4 OihFRESH V ,

- ,Old.Stand Towle
1. ; Keeping-a full awortment of all article appertaining Undershirta..Cravat, Slock, Hosiery, Ac, &e. TUST received from New York per bark R.U.Oarnfj are prepared to furnish PianoForte Wines, Syrups &e. Clark Ccv A Reshtrn -, r b.a..

tA their branch of business and hope by constant at- Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their ble. a general' assortment of articles in our line, ,. !, of the very beat quality For aIe by &1LZS&LZYy
heretofore extended own intercuts by giving me a call. as all the above x Otard Brandy &parHm Cidtf.
t. Untton to merit the patronage articles such as Oils of almost every kind, Buruiug Fluid, V upon lhemost liberal terms. OLD ,Apri16. UU. ,.14Notice.
.'. the late firm. have been selected with great care and with a Poet OU Port Jul., _
to White Lend, Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of They are second to none in any oonotry either a* ,
;. */ 0 SELIM W. MYERS. special view to then-adaptation to this market. I best qoaliiy. Putty.Brushes Potash.Soda, Sparkling quality or price. Madeira, Brandy Chertie, V -

.. -r ,-- R. B. GORMAN. October 18, 1856. ly-42 Gelatin,London Mustard French Brandy(very best,) Every Inatrumeotwill be warranted. Sherry Sardines, .

TaI1i1-ia.ee.January_ I, [16] 1858. S-l( for medicinal purposes, Spices, Pepper, jJemon Syrup, MILES NASH A CO. Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quiod, SIX Month frcro the first'pubKcatkjo of Ctb J

._..: u NEW STORE-NEW GOODS. Inks, Quinine. Perntian Bark. Fluid Ettract Buchu, February 23, 1 85G. 8 Flavoring Extracts Pears, e. the tndtnfned A dmlrJstrator fir tW .

--It- WEBER & DAKKHEIUER Medicines. We keep none but the very best and Town Property for Sale. Spanish Olives, Srioea, ty will pr ient his final account andfOodwuu-.l
hope to merit your patronage. Corn Starch Pickles administrator and ask t.r.A discfiarza. V'

,. MERCHANT TAILORS MILES NASH, d CO. THE undersigned often at private sale, the follow Worcestershire tiaiss, Salad OU, DANIELDSTt1P'QD..umrr.:
Man-h 29.1856 '18 described property, known as t the J ra-ri. Lots English Mustard, Capers JaDe V. ts'S. -4mn

'. AND DIALIttS IX V viz: Lots Nos. 26,27, 30,48. 140. 141, 142. 148 Claret Cocoa _

.. J.., READ MADE CLOTHING WAKULLA IRON WORKS, 144, 226, 227,235,2a9,240. 241, 242, 243, 244. 245, AMES A LIT2LY. Insolvent Estate ffdtice

., :Nw 248, 246, 250, 252, 253. 254, 256. 257, 258, 268, all Jan .ty 6, 18 S. ,
AND in the original plan of the city Tallahassee. STATB OF FLORIDA. )

GENTLEMENS' FURNISHING GOODS This Establishment i is Now Under Full Blall.D -ALSO- liverv and Sale Stable. JEFFERSON COUNTY. J

,'. .- ..-V ;- Lots Nos. 1, 2, 8.4. fit 6, 7, in County! qr.A .. } JOHN D. REICHERT, admInistrate ef Oxtcitto.
jrivea Bur '
undersigned uo- lflrff.
the death of Mr.Pond: Mr. OEO.: S. KIH TH THE SUBSCRIBERS are now opening, at SINCE thet.foierelative LS o- that he lias .purJ&CTN deceased has filed in the 'Prbateonce or J. nrfItm."fT
Store next to Messrs. G. nil. a ..11 ..1.:1 t"'t .c vn __.I uT:_,__ twnrlr. -r bnnlJ t.p ..t.tr"\' to I"1"- ,in the 4h1.P'15.quarter. item II Kewsom',inTalla J together with the CharJesTfuTKTff.rff.' beTnaolvToiriWrfcS:
AH work coming under the head' of this buamess will of the establishment and that he is notice is br.
Goods, suitable for6EYTLEZNS' The above described property formerly belongedto good now on given to all pet ens havIng claims'againt
. Ames & Livelv WEAR) will be rTi.mptly' mechanically and neatly executed Gov. Brown. For further information and terms prepared to carry on the business in all its liranche, said estate to appear and file the aatm.wftk

0 Mtae ,moderate a charge as price of labor tc, willju&ti which! will be liberal apply to A.Perry Amaker, Esq., and promises the prblic with good accommodations the Judge c.r Probate,of said connty, 0It. *r bribrr
. received the following. farge and well Bonsisting in of French an J English Cloth, Caakimeies ( I
HAVE juat part Attorney at Law, Tallahassee. in his line oo reasonable terms, the third day of May next when there will b. a
assortment of BRUSHES which are nnd vesting of the latest style! and bel! quality This Establishaient is not kept up for the purpose CHARLES P. MANNING.Until F.ICHARD SAUNDERS. rata distribution of lb. funds Ulorpng in said ntaUarrucgat 1ft'-

.ff' r.1 for sale ou as reasonable terms aa can. be af- which they are prepared to make up to order fi of making money (siranjte to say.) aa dear bought sold, the above property will be for rent. Sep. 6. 1866 24 the creditor thereof; at which the*th*sail
folded In any Southern Market viz: a workman like and fnsi.iioi.able! manner, and OB REASONABLE experience has denunmtr .ted to me. it cannot be d min \ A. PERRY AMAKER. .John D.k icher: will apply for Ms final disohsiii'

Paint Brushes, ground from 0 t. DOOOOO TERMS. Alto, a J
do' do 'do Copperbound from No. 1 to 6, BEADY-MADE CLOTHING, benefit of 'be unfortunate, who happen to have En- THOMAS J. CHASE. Judge of Pn>t i4.
White Wabh Brushea of all grades and szei, gibes, and sue l like.>l to repair. F.A..OTOB.Y. C.et.Zl,1857.444iii '. .
eonsistin: of Fine Black and Cooed Cloth Frock 78,000 Havana Segars
TTtndow dH'lr.. do Coais, Fancy Caesimrre Business Coats, Black and The Pattern*, Rio:!., Machinery Tool*,
.,, Shoe do in pairs and with top knot Coloted Racrlar.s and Ovei ConU, Black and Fancy Largt. in Order and Good Condition F the following i favorite brands, now in Store public that he Las recuniiuenced the above Notice.SIX .

Bea Rnot Bst! Brushes Doeskin and Caseimeie Pants. Figured Orenjdioi* Jobs can be Tutted Out in/A I and f'rsaleby AMES & LIVELY. business in thcity of Tallahassee: and would be

do d" Velvet doH and Fancy Silk and Catsimeie Y cd.. V A'caines and JJi atck.Shafting. 4000 Younij America pleased to receive the patronage of hs! friends. Shopat Months after date, the undersigned lA-ilia

rae Hair Flesh do curved and p'nia' Phimlvr Boxes, Hangings for 3' 00 Ho Nil pier, the Rail Road D pot. I. W. BO WEN. .<,r of the Estate of Jolla Ingram ,liiriaaiit,
-. Tooth. Hair and Nil l Brushea, in grgat rarfety -.A.LSO- V PuBic "Watfr nnd Slum 6000 TCI Muud.ie Neva Londraa, March: '/67. 10 late of Gadsden county will prevnt hit final aeeocBt
fehafiini Pipe
.. Infant!, do do A good assortment of black and fiinoy silk cravats Stop Cocks;;* ,Spur Gauge Gearing.Cocks, Grate Haw: Plyw Cast ings. 80f 0 Empress Eugenia, to the Jar' ., of Probate of t.d e"1 'ty. an.1 aak tit

H r*' do Flei-h Gloves.Wire and tits, shirts merino ekaDd. cotton under shirts Srgar Rollers. Cireuhr: and) Upright S.iw Mill and 6000 La Isleta, Madison Circuit Court. U di hilld. LEWIS D. JONES, Admt'r.In .
b"und Stencil Brunbrm. collar, socks gloves, Ac. 40i.O Oil Figaro right of bb Wife
l Iit t; Mill Gearing, Circular and Upright Saws. tc.
do do marking do The subscribers are new beginners and not enliretly 2i00': Mori M!ura. Cannon H. Shipp. Administrator of Nov. 7,1857. 45- a
I A<'.. Ac, Generally kept on Hand or got up on Short
bonnd Roof do Cannon II. dec'd.
I 10rtOO Li Shipp, Comp't,
uuknown to the and Favouritn
community, they pledge '
'.oti.e. In Fact, Heie i if the Place for all that; Want
Handle :cr ib themselves to a-itisfactum all 500') Andesde! Rims, tJ, Insolvent Estate
give to who favor Notice.
Pooniih and Lackerinc may Work in this Line Done up Riajhi and with Dispitch.! Fontica Reddin C. Shipp Clnrissa Wingate l
them with their Li ,
pationa e. 10000 :
., Guilders ps and Graining Corebf. WEBER Having some halt a dozen Engines: mjelfci, tmt- 'imO) ) El DC Orion, V William Smith and Moley, In Chancery.his ALL pen-fins having Claims araiost the estate ef'
Camera BlAIr nd Ba geta Blenders 'ly running, caused the Estnh'ishnient! to< lie erected Loudres, wife end their 3!. Williama. late of Leon county d.

da do PenMl, L. DANNHEEMER.SIP' [ the same cause must keep it up. Therefore, you cam 12000 Regalia Britton King and !; cea-ed. are hereby in-tified tit appear aDd fife the

. Shaving Broli1e.-BtJcr. Baffalo aDd Bristle, 1.. 185'1. S9-tf always rely on having: work done at the1IAKULLA I Oct.2UOO 17, 1857.Eleccion. 42 wife, and their Dt'cendnnts'J same with the Jii'lge of I'rohaf of Leon eoenly eo

Hat do ; IKON WORKS. fendant. or before the flft .:dny nf July.1858.((ornayaent pre

Together wiih a large- lot of Fa'mU and Painters Ma- A. B. CLARKE -- 1 I appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by rata, the executor of said estate having fifed a writtao '

- Unala. I I But Here Gomes the Xert: Important Thing. DEN'fISTRY.I IT affidavit, filed in tbia cause, that none of aaid DeMulanta suggestion of ita I1S01'Dcl.D.

JfoV.I4.. 1857., 47 I S now receiving his Fall and Winter Stock of i PAY PAY !!! PAY DR.rl'' J. CUR LEE that the said arc residents Reddin C.of Shipp the State resides nf in Florida the Stateof but .Judge w. owvmr.v f bJan.

Goods suitableor I IfH.I continue. future, the .!. 18 1. l-e
prac the said Clarissa in the
You will send to New YOlk, Philadelphia nn --_ of DHNTISTRY. i in Sx.uth nf North Carolina and I hat the of the
. SWS1 WEAR and have woik done, without f>r a moment residency laid
nail l \iitl LIIe aiid Hist Florida.
Georgia. William end Mol Smith and their Descendants Notice.
rireiinnnz of credit, but here nt home here there are I ey ,
consisting in part of French and English! Cloth. C/I-i i He hue had several years practical experience in the and Button and Elizabeth King. and their Descendanta
: PEN. & GEO. R. E. Co. no Banks or Banking facilitic", or surplus capital, 301want
the lust three of which IMS been in those Months after date I shall a. executrix of the
mares and Veetiuijs of all colors, and of the kt quality 1. 2. 3. 4 arid 5 years ciedit and then require profession I are unknown to the Complainant but that according SIX
THE ROAD !>cin: now CA>m]'!ete B.me Thirteen which he is prepared to manuf.ictore to order on one to ride from 50 to 500 miles for pay. nnd probably sections ot (.u2rtrc. His work! ia of the most beautiful to the best information be can obtain. they ofBei-jinvu Johnson. Isle of JrfTcraeo

.. the CnpnyiI' receive Cotton or other: the most reasonable terms and in the most ullimately expend from< 10 to 25 per cent. of I aDd durable character).: and a/tlisucliou is resides (if any of them are living) iu some of the county. FiorMn. drerast-d. rentier v final wrcmuita,
teed in instiirce. apply to the Honorable (bnrf'.Jg] *
freight at Station one. where an Agent of the Comp amount in collecting' IK this right Is this encour- every guar-.D-I South Western S[ tei. .
FASHIONABLE MANNER communications: Monticello of Pruh te. of th Court of Probatef sad
All ernt to ,
ny,* located to receipt for any freight brousrht lIi,': Home lr.dnstr3 ? If so, can: you be surprised It is on motion ordered, that the Defendants appear for c-nnty.
there for trausport-iti' to TiiUahftMfe or St Harks.Tbure Together with a general assortment of that it dues not till i\"e receive attention as BOOB aa previous eugagemeutawill and answer the Complainant's Bill o otherwise a discharge. from further adminmtration nftbrMNeatnte.

will be two trips of the Train rer we -k, Arrangements: mint be made: for pnvment before permit. tbr said bill s'inll be taken pro-coniesao. It ia further SARAH A.JOHNSON.

Tueadava and Fridayf) ) leaving the Depot at Tall READY-MADE CLOTHING, delivery of\\(01 k. t through! some Home j in this place, --- II due. that a copy of this onior be published Montieello. NOT V 7. 1857. 4l-6m

haacc at 2J o'clock and anivinir at Station: Xo. I. that will ooirpnie f.ivombly with any oti-ck of Clothinjr !Maikc, or Tul1abm..e-tlmt is far enough from REFERENCES : weekly f.r four luot-tlu in tie Tallahassee Floridian
P.' ;'U. B. R. at 3J o'clock. P. M, nn1 lenvins; Station I ever exhibited for sale in this cily. c-'ii!;giins; of home. q.t; Journal. D<'ne and! nrdei ed at Chambers,thia 12th Notice.

1, at 4 ck, aud arriving at the TallahasseePepot. Fine Black and Coftr! Cluth and Frock l%lIIts.F.ncy I You mny be goo Ho.x. J. L. SCWAKD
at 5 o'clock. I Cassi-nere; and Beaver Fnck a:.d Business I hard Famines in this: Department. Bcbides, when II 0). P. E'. LOVE, }}Thomaavi Je, n.. J. WAYLE3 BAKER Jodge.Dee. SIX lIi.Ira tors of Uif Ectate of J< hn Smith. d -:
Through Freight bttu tn Station 2fo. 1. (Chairn.) Cot', '! L'ibor i is cicoitcd out, ptl ties try h h.ird to ni.ikp them- )9, 1S57. 6l-4ra cea-f'Cl. late t{ Gadsden comtv. *ill our final
HON. W. S. ) present
and& .JJatl-on Cotton 7: cents per Bale.- Black and colore 1 C'olb: Beaver and Pilot O'trSlrk sel/eb behuve it i is cut half dune, because they. owe f Montice.lo, wREV. a. accounts and voucher! to the ll<>n.Ju-Itrt ot Probate
On other Goods 3o cents p.*r loO )jxiunds.Sttvftn Surtoiitc, j I for it. W." E. HAMILTON, In the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit of
of said and k to be li chnrir d.
count "
< <
110. J. (5. McGiirz.Cot. ) n
Tallaltaet and Station JV'o. 1-On Cotton RaLIri's Black mud Fancy Doeskin and CassimereI'ants 'I DANIEL LADD. [ Madison, Fla.OKH. Florida. THOMAS R SMITH. l
n. 0 Port, 1 '
25 centa Biile. On -tluT g.oads 124 cents Admt'.
per pcrA New Por July H, ISi'1. 28 M. WHIT S, ITB. Alligator Fla. Enoch H. Tort. I.lnJ Lia wife: Sofcfcn -" JOHN II. SMITH. i f
ul 5 cents mile will he made
change to per R.t Grenadine. Bnrnlhfa Satin and) Cloth Vest,
--- ---- Catharine Quih Nov. !1. 1857. 47CmNotice.
. 25, 67. 17 FNbu. I !
to t<> aol from the terminus the r' aH. Velvet
panrensrm Fancy CASjimere Silk and Cashmeia do., ...
From New York -----------
COTTON will be received at the cronsiug of tie> WLiie Silk. do ,
GREAT SALE OF William C.Saunders,Executor endEthr.r
- Oc>unty-liu. road. GerIte'SI1n1V.1 Dressing; Robm. Fine Shirts, Silk! PER BRIG REM1XGTOW In .
I Leon
B. Execwtrir.nf
. 100 pmindo, F. H. FLAGG Secfy.Nov. Cotton and lierir.ti Under eLirts. I county cnilersignrd six months after date will present
School & Lands. T
last Will of Jo-
and Testament In Chan
Onion Seminary -
28, 185'1. 48 Canto Flauuel and Jeans 1 DrnwlrI. CRUSHED Sugar t t. Hon. Ju..ge of Probate of Lean County,
Miller t.eoeaed. William
-- I Rio Co.Tce, is hereby given, thr.t in of sepia cery. their final accounts i.f the estate of Alfred M. Gatlio
PuwJt'red" Java NOTICE purauat.ce C.Saundere, Jun-.e Miller Jo-
-ALSO- V lull offer fur sale at public auction all the defeated and ask for & discharge from the adnahiim-
GUNSMITH SHOP. Iunderwgned Bee Hire Sjrnp, Starch aph Miller. Daniel McCauley tration of said estate.SARAH.
A general assortment of and SEMINARY LAXDSAND Thomas nod his
Fnncy Black Silk and Dried Apples, Soap, Clark wife.Mar A. BF.:1 ON. Extrx.TURBUTr .
. Satin! Stocks, Ties and Cinvati. Collara. colored) and Rc? Pepper ALSO ALLTHKS1XTEESTH tha C.Claraud John Miller.
R. BETTON. Exfr.
begs !leave to inform the citizens white Kid and Silk Glove, Buck and Lisle Thread)
THF: Whito DeAns, Oinger.Fult.ul SECTIONS appearing to the natiefnction of the Court bv affidavit in riltbt of his wife.
this place an i sun oundinj country that he do_ Ladies'Gauntlets Linen. Cnn.bric ami) IT
superior Maiket[ Beef
: Alepice. ,made and filed J in this cause that Wm. A.r 7ft. 18J7. XU-15m
- baa opened a number one Silk Handkerchiefs, Drown and Fancy Cotton, Li. e Saleratis. Sweet Oil, I and lands selected to supply deficiencies therein lying C. Saunders James Miller Jo'eph Miller Daniel

: .i GU.J.YSHITHSHOP Thread and Marino } Hose de, tc. CALL AND Sot!). Sperm Candles, aud being in the Counties hereinafter named at McCauley aud John Miller Defendants in the Bill Notice.
BUY. Put Ash. Adamantine Candles : the times herein specified. The sale of the lands lying ,
filed in ihe a' ve stated cause, reside berond th ?ju-
do all kind of vorkbelonging
- and that he if now prepared: to October in each will take before the door of
18. 1856. 42 Mnccaroni, Greeu Pea county place months after date,the undersigned executor
*, ii littion of t tliis Court and beyond the limits of the SIX
his line of bn.invn in the best nnd most
to the Court-h' ti>e, in which they respectively lie. The the estate of'thomas Reynold debated lute
workmanlike wnner. All work done at his Asparagus State of Florida but within the United States : It is
Notice.SIX .assorted, Tomat"e sale will commence I therefore ord reJ. that saul Defendants, William C. of Leon county.. wi1Jr.ruC'trt hie final refmiits sn4

warranted.M 1 Yeast Powder, eMf fOnt Jelly In Madison County, Monday the IZth of Sjundere, James Miller, Joseph Miller Daniel MeCaulcy vouchers to the of said county
J. Uand2iv.hmatriaZ .Ja months after date, I *nll! final
prcrrnt my ac- and ask to be discharged. .
Matches, Lobster and John Miller and answer said V
AUGL'STL1SISKOWN.Shop April: \ appear
- '\ BO'I vouchers to the lion. Jti'Igenf ; JESSE A AVERITT Executor.
next door to J. & G. Zuker's, Harne for Jefferson county as administratrix, of the Estate ALSO- In Columbia County, on Monday the 19/A of \i otherwise Bill on or t before>.e Complainants'thefirst) Monitor Bill in shall May be next.taken 1858 ns I Sept. 12, 1857. 37-Cin

of Benjamin Windliam. late of sjiid deee&sed 'A general assortment of Teas.
V. SHOP. county April next ; V i confessed against them. Provided That. a of

V Tallahasaee.. DeCo 19. 1857. Si-Cm and ask A>r a (]iai: ;iare JANE from s-iid) n-laimiatratinn. -4LSO- In Alachua County, on Monday the 2&7i of I this order be published in newspaper printed copy in Notice.SIX .
WINDUAM Admt'x.F.b.
6. 1853. tim An extensive assortment of aasotted CANDY.For April next ; TaIJI b see. Florida once a week fo- four months V Months after date. shall! present my final ac

"4 GARDEN SEEDS sale by It II. BERRY. In Levy County on Thursday the 29/A of II precetiin the said Rule Day in May, A. D. 1853.! and voiil.er, to tJo( Hon.. Jnd,e fir Probate -

Sept. 2C, 1857. 39 April next Ordered at Chambers this 29tb day of December Jenvrson cnunty. aa nnbtnttor with the
GROWTH OF 1857. Notice.ALL ; A. I D., 1857. J. W YLES BAKER Judge.
Will annexed of the Estate of Mary Saltonatall late
. .. TTJTE wruld call the attention of our friends an! persons are hereby cnutioned against trading Notice.IN In Marion County, on Monday the 3d of May Jan. 2. 1858. l-4m of said county decensed. and ask for a duchafgc from

-V J. T V the public generally to our present Large and r a note made payable one day after date to next ; laid administration. '.
veil selected .Aacortntent of pursuance of an crder of the lion. J. W.iyles In Sumpter County on Thursday the 6th I FULTON FOUNDRY V TAYLOR &c.
.jc.."; Joseph Tanner or bearer for f 150,dated January Baker. Judge nf the Circuit Court of tLe Middle of JOSHUA Adzntr, .
1st 1858. and signed by L. M. Saunders and Elton May next ; N.v 7. 1857. 45-6m
p -FIIE9H GARDEN SEEDS. Circuit of Florida in the case of George W. Jones .
W. Saunders, as the same lu>n been lost (.('01 the possession In Hernando the 10h Ta,11aha.ssec, F1a. -
nnd wife !. John D. and County, on Monday of L
ct. a VlI. Thompson Lucy
. Our Seeda are procured J from a Cold 0 nmte, and of the undersigned "ho the lawful .
..s.-equeutiy will flourish the bitter in a warmer one. ers. BURNEY are & SMITH."wn- Thompson, administratrix uf William Thompson deceive May next ; I THE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the I Notice.SIX .

V enh as oura. gf Call.caily or send your orders Feb. 1?, 1858. 7-3t I i. the unJfrsigi Commiseiouers will ; sell atpuV In Ilillsboro' County, on Saturday the 15th I that they have associated themsrlres in Months nnf'r tI.'e. I shall as execntor *f 1M
that you may secure the;varietiea you desire >lic sale to the highest bidder before the Coui, t. of May next business under the name ami! style of .Clwrles T.J Smgell-a. late of Jefferson -

AMES & LIVELY. IIOUM, door in Tnll bucee. on the 1st Monday in ; lardy, Baya & CoM o unfy. Flor; dce 'ed. render my final accounts
In Manatee
.1888. S Notice.SIX March next, the follovinir described ]andt'. towit-: County, on Tuesday the 10th of and apply lo. the Hon. Judge of Probate, of

; Jaanary weeks from date the undersigned will! EofNW1.NW } of N W J. Sec.6.Town. 1. R. May next D. WALKER, for the purpose and of follow thet,: e clf Fonnd.rs and said county f.'r a discharge: horn: further adminiatr a-
V apply ,
Look at This the Judge of Probate of L on county for Utters 2..NkE ; EofSW1.SEIofNV. N WJ Register, Jfc. I work o't prepar-.u to execute an kind ol Lion of said e tale.
A .1 appertaining ti>VtiA; business. Steam Engines .
of administration UK estate of Henry Zrigler. \V4.Sc3l.T2R2.NI rl: : SE- ; ? N KJ. Jan. 16. 1853. 3-lSt fun CHARLES J.SINOF.LTON;
. V who have not supplied 1 tbem- (lec nstoIJ. upon J. B. JEFFCOAT. Sec 36. T 2. R 1. N & E; E ll!S \V t Sec 25, ,--- 1 .iuetl to ciiitr mind warranted to give satifuction. ,Qu ,lifi cd Exfr.; .

: THOSE with stock for the present}'par. Feb. IS, 18MI.3w I. T2.ItI.N !
would do well to wait and aee our lot be N A E, containing 44.0 ncrcs more or less and I l ling uentnrsa and dispatcli. Plans and estimates furnished

V V fore purchasing elsewhere. We have several fine Administrator's Sale. in the county r.f I.e-tn. Also 40 acres of land nd- THE undersigned bovitig been upp-'nintrd dmin.1 utah kind of Machinery and Engineering. They In Chancery

pekof boms, wall broke, and also several A No.1.iDCM j'ljr.in the above tract and a oiualJ tract in the southern with t the will annexed. of the .. are also mole agent fur Hoard A Sons Steam Engines
which will offer for sale of E Frederick. Tow! '. lately deceased, ; for Ginning C.tton. Grinding and Sawing and Harrison's Abraham K. All oo.
harness horses we on Monday the 15th March next. will be sold part ofon| county, belonfrinjj to i the tate - the most rraaonaWe lermt.T ON before luy Auction Room a Lt-.f SilverSrvoonstc. Win. L.Thompson deceased. Ttrnidofnale-Jiash 'to nil creditor If'gutl'e.IIn,1 persons entit'ed lo :, Grist Mills for steam vr home '. r*. .

\ *tfcrTSertnU\in'r| ;*. will_be In Tallahassee onr < R. H. BEIUIY Auc. and the biilnnce in on' and two equal nuuual luitul- distribution, that their claims and !demand will be JOSEI1J CARDY, William H. Ounn aSi! John 0.Snnin, Ia Gads

.. abwct lh. 18th vr 20th intt.. Feb. IS, 185!. 7tdaLadies wluh. with 8 per c*>tt. ii.t.-rPKl. barred at the ex pin tion of two years after the granting I WILLIAM BAYA Administrators, tie oo.lia non ot tbEatate den Circuit

- T BILL 4 HILLS.tf -, 0. C.TOWNSESD. of letters admiuistratica unless: exhibited within JOHN CARDY. of Cornelius English! dfO'J. OBnrt Middle -

V 'Jai 1I''l. _S V. V Dress Goods. THOS..I. KOHERTS.) }C.. t that period. May JO, '57. 22-ly and Joseph Enliab.JH.iah F.I13CIw.b. Cirnutgf
JOHN I 1. J.. HOUCK.IIIN'IOXSSAUNDEKS, And nil ptrsnns i indebted to the said Frederick TI.ouua F.swlisL J.JIL'JF ,Eawl t4a. Florida

: : VV.V.NOTICE. LATEST Tall and Winter styles of new and beau Towte. r in the late flini or lowlc & ilyer, are Winter Supplies. Joblma Eugluh. Elim.beth lW. -

- Stripe.and Badere Robes of Silk Jan. SO. ISfiS. 5tdeSheriff's hereby requited to make immediate: payment. Nancy English., Jan S. ( & V
V rrHE SBbteribcr respectfully iufrma the people Poplins nnd DcLniue Tnramiu'gs, Laces Etubroide _h____._ ,_ _._, _ __.______,_-__ llr. SrliuiV.. Mvr of.Tttliahataee/is authorised OUR STOCK is now complete' and open for in- L .ui a Lustingtr.ttud her hu bu -.
V .L" .of Lon c unty hat lie has!pennniicntly locitedbimwif rues, &C.just received ly Sale. to act ns my agent in receiving notice of claims, an.lpaj and comprises as.usual, a good selection William. Lnsti' get. -j .
V near Centre ville. apon tir f"fltllMdinl from incuts of and for all other business of
d POOLE. money connected -
Talhihaasc-e t >1 bomasville.and will imtke repair. ic, appearing to the sati>f.icti.m of the Court \>f
Sept. 19.1S7.Congress. SS vhtw of a writ of fieri faci.w, issued from tile with my said administration. Groceries, Hardware. Hollow-ware Tin-ware Sad IT.
V Waggons, Carts and Buggies, BY Clrrk'a office of Leon Circuit Couit t t. wherein SIMON TOWLE. dlery Crockery. Glass-ware Cooking sin t I'jir- affidavit made and filed in this cause, that Jo-

on fLl ger.maul! her I u.baitd,
; Laitinger.! femlants in the (Hi I fit- d in to*
-. buggies at SO cent* a wheel repairing Pnfjo nod Fnmcu H. Flagg are drfrndniits, I have --- ---- -- niture. II.it. nnd C.I p3. Boots and Shoes and
. FRESH received and for sale le\ed end will }lor onlc before the Yankee Notion of all aorta. above stated) cause reside beYond jurisdiction of
; V whr.1 12J :, per spoke ; 25 cla. a felloe; making A supply,just by upon "XIICIflt'| Notice.SIX th Court nnd limits of
aivl skeining "xlnr.ra $2 Munlta Florida but
: V V 19 1857. legal hours the first ill Mllrd, after the fir t p iblication of this no an inspection of bv friends and the witM'i the United State It U there
Sept. 38 on Mondiiy 1853, the same our public.
b.1.tera tl.K;'ech > wa 'fI\ t"ntruef 1.50 ; dinplingpnl
; ep
V ; the under will his fore ordered. Thatli.1 i defendant. En IWi
!igntd present final acCount Joseph ;
and f5.00 f.Ji'l"inirdraciibed land', t wit: Tlie S 4 nt S E t AUGHT, ORMOSD & CO. .
., : 0 U.i peinting drtyinsj Lie btigincs 60 t.. .; Hats & Sec. 26, F. i of the S W J. tIe S W 4 .f t i"li S W }. aud vouchers fit adminixtrator rf th? Eotate Newport. Nov. H, 1857 46H Louia Liistingtr( ,and her hualunJ. Willuni Lastin-
shafts f 2.50 sprint < Caps.FmA
;. Bug*.* 11 pair: ; ol fliZiJ.. Jerkin, deceased. lute of Leon county i tfrr.appear'toaniJ answer plead or demur to.said(
nnd the NWj-of the SV t of ate. 3f..T. 1. lfU. 1
And all other work in pr-rporiion (lone in toy line of FINEassoi-.mentofHATS CAPS,t Eiut ami ask for a discharge. W. B M ILLS, Admt'r. Bill on or before the firs M-iniluy in March next,
the \VioflheN 13 J. aM the N E of iE TNA
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fr business,dune ia Rood order und at JI1f'rtt r./Ice.: Jan. 23, 1858. (Ifc&S. otherwise the --mpljinaut'* Bill hall b taken
'f D.M. BEVEP.LY.y'jJatt.80. : Fall and Winter Siylcv mS the N W i of Stc. 2, T. 2. Smith of Rate 1, lust, 4-8m I ) *
: VV IIODGKlSri SCOTT 4 rOOLE. as confessed nsjninst I hem. Provided. That acopy
: kvif.l)
the James
of L.J'II"P.
V as property and
J&8.w 19. 1857. S3 U. S. Marshal's oht.i" order be published in Tfewpnper printed .
.- I Sept. containing 323 85-100 aert.!. more or less, nml to be Sale,
in Talliihnpse.
r Fl.iii's..vec week thy -
sold tn satisfy said writ nccoidingto law Also. K: HARTFORD. a >. nr
VFlorida. Eeports.COMPLETE Boys &. Gents i. of the S W 4 .)Sc. 2. aiul tile N E i of the N FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH NEXT. II Months t receding the sid Rule Doe in March A.
6 volumes.f W nnd the N I. virtue of of fieri V D., 1858. Ordered at Chain***. this Slat Hav II' Co-
4- ta V i 4 of Se" 11, in T. 2. South of R. 1 BY a writ facias issued from the '
\jT : MclJOUOALL 4 nOB Y. FALL & WINTER CLOTHING. East levied 1I10fl1lS the property t.f Noah McEIvy -rka office of the United States District Courtat Incorporated in 1319.Charter Perpetual tobcr 1857. J. WAYLrS B.AKtfR.Jndite '

: Sept! ,!. 1W7._, : 'S C and see our Stock. It ia Inrge and well ae containing 278 87 lOts acres, more or less mind to 1 be Tallahassee in end for the Northern. District t>fFloiidii -- i.f Middle Circuit.

CALL HODGKISS, SCOTT & POOLE. &>ld to eatisf7sad; writ AS also a writ of$ fll.iUllI' wherein John \. Cownrt is Plaintiff and CAfll CAPITAL-$1,000,000. NOT.'. 18ST -a111'

:: ':;. ;VV* BiCe.BICOIV Sept 19. 1861. S8, from Leon Circuit: ; Court :wlterein D. 0. WiUon i is With 1m Temples ia Defendant I have: levied upon V
VtV V AVi OT 9RCEHfp2&? &?Q lialf tSercfs do.tJJ plaintiff nnd Nohh; '-fl'-reft'udant. Levied and will expose fur tale before. mba Court-house door 1K5UKE A01U5ST LOSS AND DAMAGE BY FIEE Burning Fluid

-- \ (at asia Iu arrjfe i I er HHiry Nott from Char.V Butler & Denham upon m the property of laid defendants and to be in the Town of Quincy;>n the first Monday in March ON TERMS ADAPTED TO TOE HAZAED aod
V sold to said writs nf fieri Inriaa next White Mule levied .AND CONSISTENT WITH THE LAWS & SUPERIOR QUALITYJnieeel'eJ
1 m V lIeNA GRT.ORMOND Jb CO.bl satisfy according to one upon ns the property OP
1' jU'.sM i nowop %i thfir .EALL and WINTER Uw. R. SAUNDERS Sheriff. '. or Wm. Jemplea. and to be sold to satisfy said writ ,Or C01U"E. TIo. ale by AMES '4 U.VE1T.'
: V STYLESVhicU' Jan 29.' 1868. 5-5w of fl. (a. according tn IHW. Agent, V :

Sea' dSe d.V asspttnieut in every department. In the Silk nnd E. E. BLACKBURN. Marshal. ,TallihMM sod tidoity,
Dm1\ depBrtmcnt will be' found some of the most Health Bitters. By JOHN O. SMITH,.Dep'y. MarT August 16, 1837.V S3 Bagging .audo": :
lkl- rOc .44. fut tAle by b4drfuT .
$% V r>d.elep nt, ?. ; Qoincy Jan. 2?. 1888fAt .
VV \* 4UlUT.OBMOND V A 00. SideHtnped Silk Robes frO those suffering from Dyspepsia, Debility. rnlebled \h V GUNNY,ClotE anitSa,1sIaiid; BafKUJff.
lochnnessHAL -
: Flounced dork ground ,-L health or deranged state of,the Stomach. Ble"Uop and Twine
-\Jo V V ", do V V" bright tc, Ae. these: Bitters are recommended ,by the V Notice: 20 ? BBIS.Li H"rriDg..Jud landed A'gvod\ -'supply.,"aw.. ) fiiKLle.. 'Oy'V
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V'1 ---a- -i WIJI -" Solid Color- Moire Autique. Faculty as a certain euro. For sale by" JS hereby given that Receiver's Receipt No. 11,78. and for sale, price, 1 10 halt bArreL V '' ; oRMQjfj) A*go: ;

Ak meek do do V V BUTLER. 1Si s Flounced Berages wine colored V No'T. lC '8 ..,;.\", ... ': ted States fi*;FraejLionnI Seciii-n No.: fitlo(Tpwcuhip Dee.,1L18I7.; "l'I. ;:.V: V -
V q DelaiaeRobe Babe ,V -_,_. '.J _V.1 ,. V \ V : .Tl
V .' No .Jrof Raojte No.,\ Nonb, aivr'West tod, dated e OiVfl4.Q..1f7

; t.< .'tfC.' .' ',!'It. -,' '-' Together' .witha, fine assortment V Black Silks, V -. ,:-,.',... 'QDIlWlE I. : i'. .: l.'r. f ,atTallaliajiet,JJpJ.fjD btr 311SM, ',has .been lost : y .
k '
maclJi l 8n ; Y Jret',"squewidthShepnrds Plaid! ..J ) .\1 or awl thaLaidMry uft&zgbequ -Iun'N.'f8.A' -
h AYJ.A J ( I'r. Meriao Bl! ck" : dtltruWr 'Oe re-opened_ffl'theD & a. ,. '- c. '.
-.P1 .. Fig JPIaln Boinbawne, FrenchZid.cv4Beta.ru'sla received 800 Otrxtra dnlph:QA'Qlne4' i.b :otBo 'naE'J
: JUST ftf'J | < ati&1I4Utuq'Oott/Ia.IDd! wil $ s
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i Ddiiit ArJ Uq Sstta -.I<# cstb r Mtb afpor (reaL variety teuti ti ; = ,
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