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 27, 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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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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: pr rftsiaa1 roftsiunnI nub Sosinrss: Qtu1b51 The Marriage of England lit Princess Boyal of dress h thrown off, and hanging in massive interior of the bomh. The cylinder, for.. some 1 tional __ _.ijii.-_ ,-..,._ l.ij. _.,'.'I .

= AiiiT On the 25th of in the of fold behind, leaves the expression of her face reason not very clear, was covered. with a North eta .r. .'i-w.: .
MILES CO. WM. E. ANDEESOlf January, Chapel completely visible as she wa'ks' slowly, her light envelope resembling bronze. tance o"th,! .' I
St. James' Palace London when head slightly stooped in bashfulness
"t"torn.e"Y: eighteen and her In examining the calotte which eoreml' the ; '
a't co-eperatlou'whh
ur\LERI'I'N XJa1vr, eyes cast upon the ground. Her .y .' A. !!. ;
before VICTORIA of Royal other .
-AND- years Queen England, Highness extremity of the bomb, it wa found that ganIztiwofTh'dry.' : ( It

nnrG'i, &$9 PUTS, SOLlCriOR INEQUITY was married to Prince ALBERT, ofSaxe Co. wtfre It a magnificent totnposed dress of iboire anti. the envelope was formed of two parts and the South can only rxpeftt to '

burg, the man lags of thtt Quem's eldest que.white was of a rich robe of that at about an inch from its extremity, a holding the xonitita a8j4anid-S:
M ItICJXES rk;) OILS UAKIAMVA, FLA.0 moire antique, ornamented with three part of the cylinder could be removed, which guarantees against tharSar ir '
daughter, the Pitncess Royal of flounces of Honiten lace in
England, which
material acts frconoii
by the first. There is doubt tbe
tin-ir ircnclo snd tLc no northern sectional i' iO-
"llTOULThafL-u puMie. ) ACTKTS In the] CortR wittj Prince TRKULIMCK the princesses of the rovnh] fifty; by p
of WILLIAM iil7
Jnt-kfOii. cf I'jussia fatuity of that the dccf
England '
WaILing this
TT Jiy :I\ve on 110\0,1" guDd a..11 I nH'III of uc -I tOil rr.-.kii! i terrible machine operation'with nwjbrity at ,. ",
1.1"i n-in the have these 'I-
;ri o:., :-.al It;. teraUv I"pt in tlitir flue ur buIni3Th'1 '' ,,,tid! ill iU Ll :ttlllt.Snprne- DilIict Court at WarMnrm was ctielmtti'd with loyal fjiltnuir. All I on occasions invariably been dress. uMied lo avoid, in filling it, (the direct screwing can,only be done- through;Ihe i ."_ ,
Co'Jrt Tho
\ I. \"iu rol.rl, fr.-IIl.l at pet design of the lace
\ I. r ( ; 4 t1pl'Ijr TheiiIf i for the Princess of I the
AjmUcLiwila.] England: u ns juliant! nnd :.11!! LOIOll'a! I: il's! two varta.one on the other, and the tionalnrgaulzatim. .SqJqng.iitefi' i ih '
.11\11 ht'rt'a"olJ..hh. dress! siq14
ni j Hny: consistc.d oi boquets in horrilfle!
T naJIIof"! Aptfl9th l t$1i 14. REFERElICES: out on a holiday. Nothing was lalkui uf Lut 0 woik df tIll! open explosion winch might have resulted the Union! it will fee necesjtar 'for. ,tIe
__ __ rose, shamrock w
Hon.J and thi theri-fiom.
Wa\U- So
--- liikr. THllHh8Me I >tle. in thst, in all probability, the in order to
Dr. Miles H. Nash ll. L. Rutpra. Agent S.V.. R. Bank, tho royal] marriage, and the cfliun'ri: of \the\\ ihree medallions, alike retnnrkablc for (their part of the cylinder filled with the fulminating 'advocate carry or.defeat.anj.
may or
IL.n. I !PPP." "to" p
J. Finl%'. Mad ??.,. morning papers were filled with he most lieauty. At the top of each flounce, in front powder is closed ":
(rrc ILls I'I.3EKI1)YA1 .Kuvrcr TO TIIKCITIltbtR :! OF by m an? of a cover ty vote in the caftma)t *
T-'LI. ANnsfRnnrNDINOCOOTROVKIGh T. Of'C'.Vr"r 12. 1807.lsecn'"AS't-fiOGmED 13. Ct-luniLu Mniiacna. minute particulars of how and \vhn and off he dress were wreaths of orange and placed simply in a grove. The oa tide cap tain this thekehoicanwt_ J,. V_

with Dr. M. Na east of the I myrtie lilossC'ms-tbe latter Jlf'ing the bridal is tIt!" adjusted this and
'lJmiueJuitely --- --- here the ccreirionios; '/'er" to fake 'aco.- on cover, recovers nltiondtmocrai.a' (.he tjqZ)4.i.b .
."'S'>. \\ IN A. HART, j flower of Germany-every wren'.h! lermirin- it, tthiie a strong gtet-I l screw, the Lead of republicans.. between .. '
It party
that ornn
19 is:!. 20M was light England should! thus take ) ling with hoctels'If rpreslyto
M.iy ..Attorc..ey La. tesaie flowerK, and! which is f of 1n inch in diameter on th D hiiw
I nppenr protect r.o _
'J1 11'11rw. fUt'llU dfft:; Mlf tey.ti.i :f'rirt.tit"irL"Tidiould n'J.. '" JieIen2thpf, l'rtch lll>jur. .1:4.J'n"I"o.1 ._.. I llip. nn it Mil ..Q.-- _. *i '**- ""jac
EDI ( A H JVOTirrSrs. Z1uLxaa,, /IaU"iter! ol its 1 J'I'l'\$ : rt. An (examination of 0I t'r tits lurtej t 'I LEiO'o&titution amf trample. .xp--l6 ;
flowers. J lie 01 (hIs 110ml was
-( I "V\7 ILL i-riK-iiw in tin- Cncuit Cnurlg of the Slidf thus mal&1111 its columns in honor and apex pyramid the bombs show that in the'part where the chim upon the rights it guaranties; ', 4L.
Robertson & Bond T die li"triet. Rtul the. Supreme| Court of this formed by a large boquft worn on girdle There is thus no afttfrtiatltre! for WtE .
record of the occasion. For has wore placed, the cylinder had a thickness ,
State and tie ni.triPi, C uirt ..f the United State, .tTaIIflIrnI.Pe. many jearb -thus giving color, variety i aid; great light. neys
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ryAV *t; f n.ir 1 a e. } ii1i.ri', in th"- |'rncliflo .. of \ of an inch. It is probable that the conservative national men of tfia ,Nortfa' -
.. ofl'r tl..ir "t.n'ir.. Le cty t3fr Office over the Store of l1'urs. VICTORIA been a model l of a Queen, a wife ness to the costume. The tram, which was
1.1. : 'ii.ir f..r.-s.i..n. the of the South bat $4.
the is much thin representatives of-
0 t J. il"fririKK-. upper part on contrary very
unusual of than three
,.f t..t.! MIJ tiurl..t1I1'II11 'tlulllr '. and mother such has been of the length more
iTte' ) as royalty able' to with otber.
J 1\11 ; O. 1\!8. 4CcFarlnerehp ner. This, indeed, would be necessary in dial co operatiob encb, an4jh
the BelFr of white moire trimmed I
: it ite'Vcr Stare lately occnj.u-il by yards, was antique, .
and for her the love of her catholic and the ..-1
boast of
t.I t U :.. winning with two rows of Honiton lace surmounted oidfr that the part which contains the chimneys auspices through :",

< 23. 57 9tf"TTSTrrNlKD f Notice. people; the marriage of her daughter, apart bv wreaths similar to those on the flounces, and percussion caps, by being heaviest, instrumentality of' the democratic ,ntle 4

r "ullflerl'ignl'd hire this entered into should strike the pavement first, and organization ; and it lias Ieeufthivit. $
Jr. day ace from the important political results it may of the dress, with boquets at short intervals. upon !
JL partnership theWHOLESALE thus determine the explosion.! plea'nre. encouragement and bOUI4"

\Y.LT t.f: ;.'rx;i Tilt & RETAIL! produce, was universally believed to h-ive: Her Royal wreath Highness of flowers w.re no her diamondsasimple head The feaifulefffcts produced by these bomb's have witnessed within the.last Week.Or wor?>
being only
"i 1-3 & MtCICINE! I BUSINESS irnictrsi1'iis: i Lorn founded on those bonds of affection I II ornaments.As exclude] the idea that their "interior is filled: so strong a teiidency.among these gttrtfaaefl .

under the utid le which invest the marriage of the humblest with ordinary powder.! The explosive matter in Congress to combine .and concertfdf*,
IjJ" AT Tilt OU TAM, SIGN A inline bt\ nf I the Irido passes tip! lo the alter she
I with the deepest interest, \\hichhave added nnd makes a deep reverence to her I is almost] certainly fulminafc If. mercure, lion. For with a faithful and J.arleas ;4-; ;
i substance of whi-h the projectile lorce i ia at ministration, and a compact, uiiTed.aud! W..
luslie to ihe Queen's own thiiracerand beenpioduttivf mother, though} with evident agitation, and '
"F Till & MORTAK) least times than monious orpanizvd .the liroadlia-
** fifty more powerful ordinary party opon.
rill be plcnied to. their friend. her of the her face flushes like crimson ; then, again .
ee to domestic
highest happiness
tional ; of the Cincinnati retolres it
powder. It is thi3 pubatance that is used tll principles ,
l at the ol C 'rnv.,f Cli'iton mJ M.Min-e 8tfettA.Talbhut'e. iiTUr.y they will keep a full and general ; and, therefore, it is honorable and Prince'of Prussia. As she does so the bridegroom charge percussion cap, and its terrible power is impossible that the peace of the re *g.

Jv.-J.irv_. 19. is;&. .SA. .. .. Articltl'ltp >'rtaiumJ.MotL lr I creditable to the English people that nIl England I II elect advarjeps, a .d(, kneeling on one may be judged when we any that a pound of can l>e longer jeoparded by the facliooieolionaliits -
--- -- busiutsa D. 11. AJlKi; I which hare been so long In coiish.rtcy .
ne it suffices to charge 20 000 i infantry
-houhllhu least in and I hand caps.It
4LDICAL lO'I'iCE.le :?; at imagination, knee, her with an expression! of
11. LIVELY. i presses
Is i'robahethatthe! effects of these bombs against: it ,
January 1, I 856. 1 tall;, and reading, have gone to the weddingof fervent admiration that moved the august au. {
There is doubt that
I would! have been more disastrous if there had no an overwhelming
TF.J-l.ElA. . . .J. r, n.\TJI. the royal daughtergloried] in it and boast. dience. Taking their places then at the altar .
of the this Union
-- DENTISTRY.rInE and with their illustrious relatives standing been a larger proportion of u.etal: to the powder majority people ;itejn,

Irs) Peeler & Bates, pd of its magnificence. Even here, on this round in a of unequalled brilliancy for a very considerable, proportion of favQr of peace! 2l nd!J jq&.iee- Jl't eti,.a iopa
group each bomb LI into fine atoms like on the basis o( the con lutifJn arjcl, arth
was wn
( a-aociateil tluinafhe in the practice side of the Atlantic where \/'e many with the service commences with th chorale,
HAV1N tilfrtlitir grains of sand. One girl who had two democratic schedule of f: principlei! ; .tbr|
naiie and Surgery. pctfu'y! : less all the the little with or ;
pomp l though are povereigns at which pchln through building "
kernttrtii the PuMic. in the Jrcatmtut of all three tolerably severe wounds, received in is no doubt that the. popular! strength..of, tha,-
acute as wl! m : ionic disense" ..f all characters wrddit'gp, we take ple.Teuie in presenting a the most solemn effect. her drera more than a hundred fine particlesthat democratic party if fairly represented, fa

Ofiici-. W Wmi'.eenab Jeffrrscn/ co, Fla. few of the beautiful pictures of this royal The marriage serviceover, and we have had not force enough to penetrate to ihe Congress, is sufficient to establish.an )boaofB '
Jan. 8 55S :!- "
(' English bridal. Here they are. The first is the fourth and most touching; picture of the st\n. Tlis side of the Emperor's carriage able peace bet ween th* sections on their *%

whole sweet of human nature has twcnty-tbrro holes and abrasions from basis of measures. Th re .is no daabtffe*
f JOHN E. LLOYD of the Queen nnd mother : -a piet'ire! nsserting -
the bomh! that burst at the side on the undersurface democratic masses of the'country expect fhja_ .
t .t3.u o"t:1.on. err The Queen looks, as. she always looks] the mastery over rova'ty and pageantry
I I I of the marquise, on the front of the work at the hands of the present Oft ,
r A N DCOMMISSION undersigned hi\'t:& notice (hat he intends vii'. kindly and amiable, but self-jrossessetl] and 1! and bringing before the alter, the bride We that
I theatre and on the houses further, and assert terse4I
I I Il11I. opposite, you may go :
King Quinrj 11\1ll'flli. n.illjr sctcr.il I ill-"* ]!;isi ] On her head is of
I { ) () MERCHANT, the present j ear. where| he will be'pIe.T-e;! to vah 011 g EtiiU-ly..'I8 iclieves! all apprehensions a crown jewels to theefiVrt of the palace to the same holy level of domestic count five hundred holes! and ibraions. Ina no doubt that the people expecttb.i} .. m. tit, ,

TALLAUASdHE FLORIDA.Ju'y all hose who way be in want tlf ln" pemces.Tettli I which the late Hanoverian raid"as affection as the bride. of the c:t tgt'. large pane of glass in the cafe tossini, a be done bV, the democrailc parlj htPLtYon
inserted ou the Cbenplastic Proeeee a pn;(! upon considerable distance from the point of ez- the basis of the polrcv and feeom e cr.
had the ceremonial
19. 185f 29-ly ulir..IJ new, which Mirpai.a ill;)thll.g yet tlisemereil the Royal ca!kets might have had upon Her Hardly as arranged by plosion, a small fragment has passed through lions of the a\Jminiit ttion. ,
"" for full Setts. Llundreilti <.1! the best orrtiBcalesc.in Majesty's toilete Courtesying in acknowledgment chamberlains and herald] ended, when the "
] E. tl. BEEEY, I lie th'twn ill its lav or. Will be in Quinsy ntly long pent leaving a round and clean orifice which is .: .'

Auctioneer and Commission I Mrhdav, February the 1st, and Trill remain till the she is welconwd, Her Majesty passes at onceto up fifelings, turned nnd flung herself upon hermothpr'g jus: large enough to admit a finger. Judge Irooly aid tfcc:l.u,'. ..
10th. I' P. LEWIS. The public were evidently in 0' %s V| *
her ch.iir of state on tho I left of the altar bosom with a suddenness anKepth! wrong supposing Harper's Mggatfne has'a hi
Jan. 1&. 1858. S-tf I corrrtpondent I.
MERCHANT.S that th!".bombs. ,were_ charged with .
of that thrilled
feeling ihron/zh- aft- '
-- nnd 'liirh i is plr.ced! between tlie firr embroidered / every '
who overflows :
!. Fill..S -rt.. _29. 1 855. S9 mEDICAL NOTICE. settees occupied by the Again and again her M-ijpstv strained. her to hails and nails.' The noise from the explosions I Georgia tritrrgood Uirnjis

-0- I Royal children. From youngest this lime her heart and kissed her, and tried to concealher was perfectly terrific, in view of the size He gets offth* following anecdote relation .

S. S. KNIGHT, youngest emo'ion but it both needless and of the bombs, and there is eveiy reason to to Judge Dooly. "*. J.'
; was
Dr. A. C. F. BLAKE i i.ll remain standing in the presence of her t;
AUCTIONEER COMMISSION' MERCHANT 1 ptONTISUES t.. nffir his Pii.fe''uuul Services, to Majesty, even the Princess of Prussia, who in vain for all perceived it, and there were believe that the the amount of metal was badly Judge Dooly} an eminent jurist Georgia*' '
to forceof
TALLAHASSEE, I'LOKIOA. : Vy the citizeud .f CcntrevJh! and :lljlliIl I:; nfi:hbfirLood. stands on the opposite ride i of tho altar. few who did not share it.Ve need not proportioned the interior. enormous explosive forty years' ago, Val a great wag as well. a*

September 1,1565, 05 I I'eeidenee changed to CeutreTjlle Office Lord Palmerston on tne Queen's right mention how the bridegroom embraced her, a great judge-witty.aswell l u wis. -Hia

at Ilia resiiletK-e. band, bears thf Sword of State, while The i and how as she quitted him, with the tears gravity gave effect even Id hit jokes, and
HIGH A. CORLEY I Dec. :G. -85''. 52-tf From the Wa<*hingtoii Union nf Saturday.A .
II down her cheek she
' I Duchess of Sutherland, herself attired in almost I I now plainly stealing these were more frequent than his :decuJODsT

Attorney at Law Nathaniel Hamlen Rnjal magnificence, stands on the left threw herself into the arms of her father, Fearless Administration and Thoroughly One of his fancies was to,take people 'down,

by right cf office as Mistress of the Robes. I I while her royrl husband was embraced by Organized Aational Democracy. who were in the habit ofex ggeratl n.. Tb.<

TALLAhASSEE, FLA. COMMISSION MERCHANT, Again there is another pause of intense interest I I the Princess of Prussia in a manner that It is a source of great encouragement to way he used up Austin Edwards, keeper of

S Junnary 1', IS57. I-Iv No. 38 Poydras St., New Orleans. and rignln! the drums and trumpets are I evinced all that only a mother'H love can the democratic party, and of new hope to the the hotel) at Elbertson, is a caution to all

: BRADFORD -0- heard, and ushered in with the same imposing i show. The most affecting recognition however country, to see the evidences. which the last story-tellers of whom Austin was the priuee.:

RICHARD 'I' Refers to GOT. James E. Broome, Tallahassee ceremonies, comes the procession of the I took place between the brMegroom! and two weeks have afforded of an intention on He always told the whole troth, and. .more.

ATTORNEY AT LAW, George K. Walker, Esq., B rid egrooni. his royal father, for the latter. seemed overpowered the part democratic members in Congressto It was natural," he said : tie liked uncom

: Gc, Wm. Bailey Jefferson. county. ; with emotion, and the former after consolidate and compact their efforts and mon things better than 'twas"a
TALLAHASSEE. FLA. common ones-
The second is the icture of the Bride.groom
" T. J. LiuUn, Esq.. f
flapping] him twice to his heart knelt and energies i in harmonious organization. "
: (O1it'e in the Post Office Building: ) J. G Putnnm. E&q. Madison heap more arnasin .nJb')". One morning
': M..V23. ';;. 21 Daniel Dell. E-q. Htmilton and beautiful! stately, and reverential ki' ed his parent's hand. In our republican system of government, at the breakfast table thin i t fig.3JJiH.{ ,

Augustus Steele F..f q., Levy it is : For the last picture corner one, supposed where measures can be carried only by tnaiorirv I lord bad buen .relating one of his exttaordio*

i. WILLIAM SCOTT, J. J. Sne'.litiR! Esq.. Gadsdcn On his right walks his Royal])Highness ;the have been but nevertheless] therepresented } votes it follows necessarily that individuals : arv ciirns.. .ad! ,Jttd.'u, nno.l. 11nIr ....1". .'
not to -- --
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ATToawnr AT LM3NTICELLO. 17, Get..S 24,E.1857.Remington, Esq. Thomasfille 43SIGHT Geo. Prince of Prussia, his father, and on his left and never before presented at ; must organize and combine \\7'th! oth- I hotel and listening to the Itory.ut in .olnn

FLA| his brother, Prince Albert. All eye however I any era of their own way thinking in order ta silence when it wa* over, and then r iufedthZlt [

. Ulv ". t jan arc fixed upon the royal bridegroom as i, royal wedding in a royal chapel-the picture carry measures which they approve, and to be bad an awful dream in the nigh*, and .

; : I EXCHANGEON he walks f.lowl.tlltt. with the most perfectease I of the Press ovetlooking and noting down all defeat Uica3 which they disapprove. Underour was very much depressed this morniag: '

ni. Young, and elegance of action, tin the centre of I the proceedings of that grand ceremoni.tl. popular in.-titutions, all! political efforts The landlord was awake in a momentji.qJi
NEW YORK the He wears the uniform of Prussian of individual"! however honest and well! directed bejrged the Jbdge if it wonld be
iJj1J'Y -1lli!W 1 chapf ;i I The reporters of the Press occupied seats no ioIen .
& In Sums to Suit pnrch:1seistFon General, with the iuMgni.i of the Older, must fail unless they are seconded by to his feelings, "to relate the dream, all

ANDSOLICITOR I of the Black Eagle of Prussia. The uniform: corresponding to Her Majesty's ministers, a majority of voters. It is idle for individuals would like to hear it. The Jodge stilt ,;Declined

V IN EQUITY, SALE TIY- shows his tall figure to advantage, and sets and that they did so, was an acknnwledg- ] who expect to effect ?ny positive end as as it might hart the feelingY of''th'ers. .

: WILL pnn-tic of Florida in the ADd Court the FJenil of the Court Eastern. Cir I W. E. DANELLY, off his frank, open counten mi-e and! prepossesiing ment by Royalty thnt the pencil of the stenographer citl/ens or as legislators! to set up their individual :_. ; 't

bearing. Near the altar he be. with opinions above those of their colleagues Ob. do tell ir, Jodge- must hire "
OAIJHTIM.E. CHL'A COCKTT.) Agent for the MARINE BANK. stops was regarded as equally potent we t-
fore Her Majesty's chair of State, and slowly and hold themselves superior to party urged the landlord, and the
REFERENCES February C, 1B58. C-lt [Sent CO,)). the sword of State. And now let the Muse company joining
bows with ihe most piofound' reverence, and, contact or party trammels. In a country in, the Judge proceeded as i if he 'were lout
CAr -J. J. LUCAS. 1 invoked on the occasion bv the Pent Laureate where the will of the majority gives (the law
CAailetton S. f7. G. K. CLARK turning to his royal mother, he bows again to sentence criminal. to be hong: .
CoC. J. D- AIKET, > f.
TENNYsON, drop the curtain on these pictures on nil subjects, a citizen. mut consent to "
JAJIES S. JONGS. Taltaftaute, Fa.II. WATCH MAKER3cvve1or the Queen, and then, kneeling ill the centre ot the Royal ""t II''in<: th'is : yield all control in the actual direction of affairs myaeiIiad retlrvd iI.A prjvat* tropoi; tq .

: .'.':7. 23 of the chapel, pr"ys with earnest devotion fura God llc) ,s our Prince and Bride I who holds aloof f.orn political association divide nmong us a fee recfived from' .a: Lard

A. PERRY AMAKER, A-nd. few minutes. His prnreis ended I, he rices, "GoJ ket-p their ]lands allied, and votes on public questions opon his case," which hnd b carried, through 'ilh '

and ptnncU: at the right hand of the altar, God !tnvc the Queen! I mere individual caprice. ,. a might ,deal,.oft vfng on all handti, WhlV
inform the jzens of T.il
&TTOB9BY ATTALLAHASSEE LAWt 'XTO'CLD l'ppctfullv "Clothe them with righteousness, The necessity of political: in ,
his bride, and hkewiso submitting to organization, we were settling the' n'h. thiidevilt
'ce. and the public ijenerally, that ho has Crown them hnppines!, divief ,ste4,
FLA. taken the old rtund of J. C. Hull & Co. *Lere he is ,, such a sctutiny horn hundreds of brilliant Them with all blresinspbless, a country where! rrajorities control, Is almost "in. without .any foroialitT::s W bd'
May I. It 3. JO prepared to repair eves as never bachelor withstood alone he- "God save the Queen as great as that of military drill ou the battle had come for'us-we bad to'd }.: jt '

EDWARD HI. WEST. Watches, clock, and Jttcehy; fore. Again a pause ensues-a pause} of impressive hallowVl hour field. The impraclicables who conceive and if he left UK any longer.we n.ight rep.at.
Fair fall this ,
workman like and at the solemnity, for expectation that they cnn fight better and more honorably and so be would.lo
and Connsellor at Law hi a manner, most reasons- seems It Farewell our England's flower. Attorney We raten. Perions baring good Watches that fail to : wrought to the highest pitch, and no one "God MT the Queen! on their own hook" are as apt to be persuade him Jo I lift us eflT but Bo wali' inexorable -

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. run well from having ben butt( repaired, can rely speaks, and lew even move to diorh! the I'FaTi'\'r l1i; Iii'.rc'se.of JInyl I IIt shot down\ by friend as foe, and exert as lit till nt last 1 ventured to'.aik' hud. if

April S. l'56. H upm having them put right at )his hop. slately: solemnity that i reigns over tho whole Let both the peoples say, tIe influence upon .the result es, the birds he would take a substitute .- -
CMI::: woik warranted if well used. '' God bl marriage v
; m thy day.
.JO which to be in
happen flying the air I .
interior while the most illustrious of the may Whom do hs.ke&-r-
even God bless the Queen !" you offer I .
FlOYD & HOLLAND, Jan. 1C, 1658/ -y ,
overhead. It ;is contended .
that individuals
struck and with I Austh t .
Attorneys at Law. Royal guests seem gaze open Edwards said fceepef of tfc*
( O-J"AIt'I'1EU"IIUNO'I'ICE.. admiration on the scene around. his in. should sacrifice their fixed convictions to Elbertsou Hotel.' *
WrLLpfurtlceinthe t Circuit Courts of Middle which well rivet the The Assassinator's Bomto. party duty-(for the success of party can never .
dee I lt attention 4'
Htnl iu the Supreme Court HILL & HOYLE. ( one Good he'll g:1 saa.bvalong. etJfaI,,,
the $ti. Al-> in the District Court uf the Urn -0- of 1'iinces, one of.those gorgeous visions Tho bombs or hand.grenntlemade use of excuse justify individual wrong doing- I'Jltn'e him for1: fr thrc; C C r":

.d SUleu,i" the K<>rth.'rn lH-tritt of Florida. M. hiLL and) JOHN J. HOYLK. ofT 1la. seldom seen and never fo-golten, fer within by the conspirators of the Ru Leptllelier but, as political organization is necessary un. The t \ rJ''
table iu ti't
i uami thvl.
It J. fLOYD. Offlw AjwlHrLiculH. Fla. JOHN lining thU day enunciated therotel es t<> the precincts of that little Chape: sit the were of the most perfect and destructive der popular government, to enact good measures in
S D. I I'. HOLLAND. Office Quiucy Fla "gather in busineM.coder the ityle.:name and firm of throned sovereign of the British Empire, character ever invented. They are very and, -to defeat had ones, it is indispensable wait cured, for a'timJ ilt..f: "tt. fir.bis' et-

Dee..eS. 1B53. Ii_1 _ fILL & HOTLE with her Court and princely guest, and sur. many more times powerful than those made that the individual should, in al! cases over drawing. H. pasaeU awar yeartrwoe' *

WILLIAM S. DILWOBTII, rounded by the greatest rind most ihfluentiil; use of in the Crimea, which nt the time were in which it is morally possible to do so, harmonize and Jad,e VooJy..ls, gone;too, so,ihe"ui no"
will nil
and to orders in their
give attention harm
prompt done in
and! claimed to be the most powerful in existence. his own arbitrary opinions with the teBing.thesorj. '
and Counsellor at Law line. They aw prepared to execute and fatrry on the members of tho greatest most irfluential .
Attorney CARPENTERING BUSINESS aristocracy in the whole world. The very One of the bombs used in the late nttemj t aggregate sentiment f bis political con federates ''

UOXTICELLO, FLORIDA. building. BO small, nnd yet so.rich In its.contents was found on the ground in front of the ; especially a* this JI\st in the very GE. HASJUUO, JUJAIS_ ,iAXL'p. .
TTTILL practiV; in the Cmirt of the Middle Cir in all ill in vfirioun the Rnn branches Gear; and and from Screw their Busiueu long expeiienee almost suggests tbe idea of d grand Grand' Opetd, and near it a revolver, and one nature of things; is apt to bo more just and the following. pagaJkfrpme T': l,tCi olst: *, 'U

VY cult and fUt> it** ami Lowodes County, Ga and other machinery ung hope by prompt attention tu jewel casket, in which a'l that the nation was found, as already mentioned, on the per- : consenatives than his own single judgment. Courier, of th jefth Inn. .k" "h \" .nf

*I*rch_ 2*. 1858. 12-1y business to merit a liberal share of, patronage. AU most values and ;reverences is put away for son of Pierri; These have been examined :' True, party organization may be ,pervertedto 'ppar that '"Crn.Whsana : TlJiaf.j.

Lnn.ITit orders frmn the country promptly' executed. Call safety. At lu J JXrioixers
Lo iitJ; (rum either of the Counties in Middle Hori-'n. and without, and a subdued movement passes ; and Caron, and by,several army deep significance in the warning General and confined iaatHopkujsville.K t P t ;
TAM-AUASSEE, FJ.I. from Decatur and Thomas Counties, Oa, shall receive -
AT Lxw. attention. .ibn-ugh ihe Chapel as the glittering uniform officers. From the report of these gentlemen Washington against the formation of.geographical ( .:' .. _,

'I J.WTO A..B.O JLLDE ATTH b.Y. auoci Fcb.6, of the officers of firms, U seen to pass the :I am enabled{ to give a correct de cripi i parties. It was not agaiuct 1 pariS ..4 Onrt 4trPtrriLV m'.
atdt.m.sIv.aaDthaprutIasfLaw. They tion of these terrible engines of destruction. organization itself that our first President 'remonstr ,
dor.Pfbe wets again heard "
611SELLIl'GOFF trumpets nearer atiz
.OaarUuiU MidJU Circuit,the Su- .telegi-aphi-us troai }epinnslemid i !
ilUttcadtb > r
'entirely'new in their model.- i \ .ted,'bat only against a geograpical l
prmcCvinrta"avi the Pntrict Court lit tb. United aId nearer, till again they away in sub: They are take or Y
State atTkTUhM ATNE'W dued cadence, which bus an expressihly sod They are hollow, are, made of turned steel marshalling of parties. Party organization'being e.fetd4.tlait'C .WmT.:: fl el1:

.oificeoprf-itlt.&h,Court I1ctUH and beautiful eflwct The great officers of and filled.with ,powder: that bad not yet necessary from the very.nature of mr, of Te9ja t. .4 ie 1e *i'

October tS.4854. IT YQRK COST State enter tbe ,Chapel but no one heeds been tested at tb* moment making the.re. institutions, the' great thing.to be avoiding In and.Js Boir confined in thVLaBopklneyille. : ,1 l

-' but which JNippoted to! Ua fulminating obeying this necessity.his,estimation, was .
them (or there if a peculiar movement with port, { .: "
AMBEOTYPESAND FM CASH: out. and a' soft rustling of silk is clearly an. mercury,' the most powerful:of.all explosiveS the formation of parties with reference to, "It win 1o i 1fd :t" J : &
r iiree.t1j
AltJOTYPES To form idea of these sectional climatic if choose *
li tAlI', diblc. materials. au projectiles mere ,. or, you: '

ri.iBkTLEY. '-ruE SobMriber It daiirotu of removing'from this i iA And the milling of the silk reveals, tbe l ,imagine a cylinder$ inches long bv 2i isothermal qoestkra J and the Fre'weliM.' .' cn.miiied- .'f. .la' ,. .. .

pbiee.,and offers.bu:_tire diameter and terminated at each n C ;its $x- dress of the Father of hia.Conutry'a a 'stan-' 'i gtonieued .i-.1 1f ..ftlttbf'iM.J '
.Room. .*. !
'fy > jj. ji.; *-* :_ STOCK OF 'MERCHANDIZE, treroities by a sphericalcap'or ding :upon .black.spublicaparty ; r. tdto'WDft

Tai ';retted tod gtormyooods,' iof.; Hardware The Bride enters, with her father; the Prince of these calottes\ i is :arnwd'w.lth25 chimneys of oar Northern States., 4 ._ ,: I ,L. J

.. .ifttInu t!. pUJpDM S.d hrJ.1. : Consort on', her right' band and 'ibe Kingofthe d sposed divergently,.J djoed 'with'a screw,. This single ftatare'.of: "blackrepublicanorganization l i.r.....," '1.0... .. ._.. .,t.. '.. _'f. "._.1\0_
PabUt4t:3I4Ei it .&1 FOB CASH "'I. and covered each with.abated: ,irrespectively-'of the bbnoiiooVouwsafe tpe. e.D., OI. .11.. .. '
; SKV TOEX COST. De1gia'noa.ibe e r' ; j.u one i. pejcussioneJip --:' ", ,, '. t ;
1 x.; ". ,__ .. : .word mihu"1 those in ordinary use fur and pThcIpk.fowbicWk: cnt4stdi: '!atI" eo '' .....,, -
toewuUiufflciDt. .
: ; : Toa-eio bar* & for KttU nK r.- JL bIOrbing. tb. interest excited'fey the ,< i -1' i
...; 4' a..i.1.1J w.t.l:1U.L .."- ;'" CALL SOON. ; of the bride herself. The' guns and putols.! The shock on these caps sufficiently jiistifies.aU-fcieadtcTla*.corattta 1 tribGiio.t! 4'T1t-i: Itf"Mhswai *
gorge- ,
.OtflrD..ll1': J QtTO.\.Ut. JlQDT 'WK KCOHN.: D1ZI appearance veil abe wears depending from tor head against the pavement conveys the fire to tile troa i io rallying noder. th. fenraert of tfct o wic6d : "

.. ..JUT, $1t \ .. Jan. t, 1818. f-tf _


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: i ,) "trttrntt ;: .Prm'.nimr'.j-.n.'L, '
"' 1. K'ft a-' 'the : It is (tact's the Washington o. : o nd* of '
+ >
: prfnclpler of free- > IdSed '
;I : at the bead of Us,ma'! the"BIg
W boCypreI"wu | 0.ir Tb bnie ib
.... "'!... .-. ; _: ...,. ... Union : New York t
; : ---- vjt -- that i in( the great State of :
I -r-- trade hare been and .
-. we always are jet opposed on the t28U. of :'oyeer; Pttt1 4.t Ii w pssudbetwe

-";!.'.-.- .'._,,;;:. "_'. 'si'l..''..'_' '_'''B', :' .to all sorts:o'f protection. as a cheat upon crcry democratic faper tcithui it* borders, so
:*.: MrnutArt-I'EB' ': lr-21: 1 8 5$. the consumer! and, a delusion: the party far, as'vro:can discover" ,'sustains,the President the strcU ho ""as Mi, I Jt1!'. 'was'e4vered'botitnlghtMl -.:, t bat U 111cr is a r' way for adjo*.

......'. ; 2TO 2- ..; I" saidtobd. protected. The r reason'why man. of tho:United States 1, his recommendation toCongressioV .: { .nde. *rrl 1id on the honldi :, .. I, '" m cnL ; .

,:i, itezxcB_ .. ovnTV aitBSClUBI- ajneeo;"j '! i of Kansas i ; o( .Ms'. m rf-.t' iin_. mtIa. 'L nd .burled.. "' on the, N* : ; Lfljstmshtf.rica : .-
; ,. ** Ur rJt 4 BD W*toHtO>m to ftto pip*tat a* ufacturers clamor for prot tion. ,and high adinjaasfoti 'she of'abwiutihilike d\8conred by himBclf The Waito n .4aUpuWa.niyuToN .

st. _. 7..U5I... aJDOU..1o IIDID, which aimat fiscal ''duties because) they want tf higher under the Lecothpton'constintiofl.; This gratifying a few days'Lefore. has nrrived with Liverpool. dates to the Feb.23.--To.daj thertf watf
,. >"frVaa\uM> RIll of 91001 lIo&1I'UtUDybut I I fact is rather remarkable when it is .. 6th inst.
r- the
i price for their commodities than they 'could ----0---:.. a hostile meeting on plain of the renowned
TTrUMiTH fTkAunontt doe ehAtMvranS )
>.. ;. ifciillliB to IriSlBf*,Bd willy rAID,but, wbn thrown by 10piA.iW.gIbeor otherwise obtain. Now when they get it the considered that the democracy of that, State BYLFttKb )1. HOBBY. :The sales of Cotton in the Liverpool market Bladensburg, Md., between Lieutenants:Beft

,:: B0 II1raD Importance (o Ui >. people have to that higher price and thatis has been for so many years so fearfully distracted --0- for the week reached 54,000 bales, of and Williams of the U. S. Army. They met

.i'I rMfriT- ***.IStrotaUy no bulneM which requires pay the of In the Land of the sunshine,the spring, and the which Sptculators took 5.500 bales ; EXJOr.ters early and exchanged shots, but no harm was
tM fiftdy MA like Oat B w rpcr bnsineM,aDd therefore 1&.1Ia1Jrr.a&jUt..ouWh"eovdllN I all there is about it. It is simply taking upon question negro slavery. Is heard the funereal tread [flower, ? done-it was bloodless duel.
0 : especially t Indeed, so much had this vexed question become 3,000 bales. The market: opened witha
a...otllHlUl zegsqj monetary shire.w.. uk. money out of the pockets of the many to put And darkly above it the war-cloud lowers; it i- So far nothing has been beard! of the Hon.

4 .... iI to{ k1DdDee thd ash UUoqnent will it into the pockets of the few. We do not a fixed element- of discord in' our ranks. And a requiem swelh through iu orange bower, slight advance and closed with a decline J. B. Clay and Gert. Cnllom. Both are ab

4 .._.r 11) U h1 1Ih1. indebtidnew,'th'-r.c !pt ofq11a propose to argue this question, but merely to there, that we had long since despaired of For the young and the noble dead. olj-16.: Market steady. sent. Itr:was supposed they would L meet and

OuB b e u" prompUy cknoirleJjed. anything like effectual or permanent unity of Then tniled be the banners in dust, Money was easier. The Bank of Englandhad 1 settle the matter at 10 paces Much an'21stys
%..1 -6ia-- rA9TnWnur. andJOBir KwnieonftrCOTKW refer to the subject by reason of the astonishing _
Ch..outa.: tho entire democratic 1 And mniHed the martial drum, reduced its rates to 3} cents. Con- i manifested as to the result of this centre-
: pracUnt
: b7png earl7 u >le. made to the action. But now, since per
2' developments recently His swori in its scabbard, shall rust temps.
... present a united front and are determined sols were quoted at 9G.
effect that the
Eastern manufacturers press
r. : .r.J.W..lLqE JW"H."K have With oar coming no more shall lie come; -
':_ T"I : -TiThe market during Ue pw ireeltbu been again detected in purchasing and bribing to stand by the great chief who The earthhas received to her bosom its trust 'pFurther by--the Africa. HarkeC

been bZiskIDd the demand iai contInues good. rrltHaT members of Congress to vote for tariiT bills. holds, under Providence, tho destinies of this -Ashes t. ashes and dust unto dust. The quotations !tof :tho Liverpool Cotton NEW'ORZ:, Fcb., 23.-Cotton firm, sales!
to 11 cento. bales. Flour
flgefrOfl IX to-day. 3,000 slightly improved
flu Uws,18 to M e.nta.HEm'. A bankrupt firm has Ihtely had its books over- glorious Union, it affords us the assurance In the 8umic3t realm of that beant.iCullund. market, brought by tho Africa, are as follows sales 9,000 bbls. Wboat quiet, sales 1,000;
A COLES, ( (to" Brd.. that the of tho State-the everlasting
hauled, and it appears they paid 887,000 to mass Empire Whereringtime her festival's keeping : "bushels. Corn very dull and unsettled. Turpentine .

have democracy-will, to a man, stand by Where tIll blossoms of summer in splendor expand, and sales
;. GBKBS PAS. Thanks for the mess of a certain bill passed. All this money Fair } declining, 25,00 bbI..
went to bribe black James Buchanan, as they stood by Andrew By the caaip-fire light of the Indian band Middling Orleans..6 15-10d. Rosin firm, sales 25,00 bbls. Rice firm.
republicansand although
from the Garden of J. JOHN
. .. Green Peas Our lealer forever i is CHARLESTON Feb. 23.Cotton
Jackson. We feel confident in the belief that sleeping. Fair :\ id. sales 2000

WK.UAKS of Glenwood. They aro very acceptable I the firm got the bill through they burst up that the great body of the people of this State Then planed be the banners in black Middling Mobile. .. .. GJd. bales ; middling fair 11$ to 11 f.ACCCTA .

being ((to us) the first of the season. themselves. We are very glad of it-it is thus understand and are fully alive to the And ftly the bugle be blown, Fair Uplands.. Feb. 23.-Cotton sales to-day

: that fools and their money soon part. Thereis now No more shall we welcome him back- Middling Uplands eo eo. 6Jd. 1400 bales ; good middling to middling 11

.- .Another Chance to Volunteer. one man in Congress who was expelled great doctrine of non-intervention as imbod- Xor IJB the place of his sepulture known, The stock on hand amounts to 330,000) to 11!.

ied in the Kan as-r\cbraska act, the Cincinnati Till tie voice from the King on his Throne --=--
.. Gor.Perry has aUlborized our fellow-towns' from the last House, and he is no doubt bales, of which 175,000 are American.-
platform, and so clearly set forth in Mr. To the :earth goeth f.Jrth to give up her trust, Mormon ASTklre. '
.. man Dr. G. Troupe Maxwell Io raise a deeply implicated with other black republican'memben Buchanan's late excellent -Asha to ashes! and dust unto dust. Flour unsaleable, and prices nominal. Wheat ST. Loris, Feb. 20.-The mail from Salt

Company Mounted Volunteers to be mus- in this $87,000 matter. A member I message. steady and firmer-Southern Red quoted at Lake Utah Territory, has arrived. The Indians

. t1mririrhJe Frirrfbain'to"s1T oi// r1 Hralp ; of ongresv1o sells his vote is as mean as i The democracy all over the land will retJttiieiic'ut Ere the orient breeze on th<* bosom of morn 77s. 2t1. ; White 77s. Gd. Corn dull!! and deT on the route were quiet. Cot Johnson or

n'eorgl3, loot pad. Ine popular branch of Congressis I our1 ilfvurrerr ot"fchrLflfipir! WiAV, prom rcd'tcWcg'ot'lflt&l\\! ,'\ 41" uu "vizi L, :_..:__ '
-, we are happy Io announce, has accepted the I : .wiiit and advancinLRico !.- nntx-ared to be folly posted in regard to lb*
yet engaged in the investigation of this I and will unite with us in hailing the united To follow the Indian trail. steady and active-Carolina advanced I movements of the
Commission; and in few Mormons, wbo
a days.wiIJ be here in bribery business, and Walcot, one of the witS democracy of Xew York. Thro' the gloom of tbat Cypress,oil lonely and wild I to 18s. Gd. a 20s. 9d. Rosin firm-Common paring for.resistance. were pr&

person, ready to receive recruits. The Governor has .. .. From the giant-nrin brunches in coil, :
ntsses, refused 4s. 3d.
to 5s. all
testify the com a ; qualities advanced.- The
has been fortunate in this appointment. mittee. lIe The Tennessee Legislature Sustaining The eyes of the Panther: glared down as we filed troop were in good spin'tsbNew
was brought before the bar of Turpentine steady! at 3Gs. n 39s.
lie could not hare tendered his ,Commission the Administration.. By the gross-covered mound, here the violet smiledIn ( -

:: to House for contempt and excused his conduct Our of the Sentinel in his peace, o'er the bones in its !soil. York market.
eotemporary The
a mere issue
competent gentleman. He is admirably by the allegation that he could not Very Latent. NEW YORK, Feb. 20.The Cotton otr
qualified for the testify of the 10th inst., stated that the Soon the stillness Liverpool: Cotton Market, Saturday Tfoon.
positionxand we apprehend without criminating him elf. No demo- Legislature profound of that treacherous place, ket firm to-day with sales of I,BOO J>aIs.-

no difficulty in the speedy organization crat from any section of the Union has of Tennessee had refused to sustain the Was slartlel by war-whoop as loud -The sales of Cotton to.day reached 10,000( Flour firm, with sales of 10,000 barrels.

of his Company. thus National Administration upon I the subject of As if earth aal the heavens had met in embrace, bales. The market is firm.
far been implicated. It is black Wheat dull, sales 4,000 bushels Southern-
; a And the
thunders had
republican from the cloud
A Battalion the admission of Kansas under tho leaped ; London, Saturday Noon. Consols
of l five -
consisting Lecompton were
Companies, affair entirely. In the arts of lieiug and And the ring of the rifle rang long on the ear, Red, $M5 to *1.25. Corn quiet, White

is to I e raised, and to Middle Florida, is al swindling, some of the negro worshiper in Constitution. This is an error of state As its messengers hurtled in air : quoted at 95i to 06 for Money: and 96$ for 69 a 70, and Yellow 68 a 70 cents. Turp n-
. lotted the ment. The democratic account.
compliment ol furnishing one of Congress excel the sharpers of Wall Street. members constitutinga A moments suspense, as the ranks in the rear tine firm, at 40 cents. Rosin firm. Rica

them. Let... it be a good Company such a -- majority of that body, not satisfied with an Saw the smoke alrtwltr" rio- n from__ the_n_ -t.rPllm-____, u-inAinU'n .--0 Tho accounts from Manchester are favorable buoyant at 3$ a 4 cent.

one as win reneci- credit upon their section of Florida Sea Islands.As I implied desire J on their part that the Administration But our letder, alas! was not there. [near, goods having slightly advanced. A1"Gt'STA'eb.. 20.-Sales of Cotton today *

. the State. There is should be sustained by the Tennessee HAVEE L-\nKE'r.-Tres ordinaire is .
a strong probability that Advance the quoted
many of our readers are interested io wad signal ; each soldier flew 1,200 hales, Middling Fair to Fair 11 to

this Caippaign will have the glory of terminating'the the market prices of this I Congressional Representation, passed the FurwanZ his comrades to save, at {9Sf.BreadstufTare llj cen's.
discription of
war. The latest news from the cotton, I I following emphatic resolution, which was Nor staved he his footsteps, for full well he knew very dull-Flour and Corn AUGUSTA Feb. 2J.The
we subjoin the sales of Cotton
Indian nation following statement of the Savannah opposed by the speeches and What dangers encircled the brave: have slightly declined. Provisions
is favorable to this view of votes of the are also : to.day 1000 bales.
market, from the Republican A'lvanco the wero The market is firm1
the of the Know Nothing members of the was tignal, and onward MO pressed:' dull.)
subject. But be that same
it body.
as may, here isM 21st ult. : The past week has been "Where concealed was the drc-ad anibuscado and advancing. The day was celebrated herewith
opportunity volunteer even: Be it further resolved, That our Senatorsin Consols are quoted at 9G| for
and those who j more animated than tha week Where the Indian'* rifle lay true to its rest, a OGt$ ac unusual spirit.
fecl'disposed to enlist and preceding it, the Congress of the United States are hero And the fires count.
try iho fortunes of and though prices are no }better hatred burned bright in his breast, CHARLESTON, Feb. 22.-Sales of Cotton
war, will let it be known by *eporting their ; purchaseshave instructed, and our representatives are requested Yet fiercer by 'vengeance delayed.In The bullion in the Bank of England has
been to-day 4,200 bales
at 9
freely made at former rates. The a 11 i. Market:
names to the Captain at Tallahassee to vote for the admission of Kansasas l increased :395,000.Parliament .
at as latest advices from Liverpool in winch Sea vain was pursuit; not a sound, nor a trace declined i.
earfy a are noticed is the 2'2d Jan. 1IIiscehIaneou.
under ed the ....
Lecompton Constitution Affair.
transmitted'to And with sorrowful hearts returned the
: we to place
To assembled
the Memory ofCapt. Jofea which date Messrs. on the 4th instant.
Daring & ST. Loris
Co. Feb.
It is the Senate and House of Representatives Where so lately the living had been. 19. The Kansas correI'pond.nt
exceedingly rare that original veise write their friends Lord Palwerston notice that bill had I
in this gave a
city as follows :- in Congress assembled by President Buchanan 'S ealh the shaded of the cypress;in the hush of of the Democrat, of thii city, states
. compositions of the present day are marked Sea Islands in good request, have been sold Unconscious the sufferer lay been framed in regard to conspiracies, which that Challis Democrat
those in his message to them, dated the 2d of [repose is elected (rom At.
. by peculiar beauties of poetry that commend daring the week 380 bags at Sd. a 30d., and February, 1858. In the calmness which nature in kindness bestows;, would meet the refugee question.The kinson county to fill the vacancy in the

an aothor to the inspiration of the 70 bags stains at G! a 7Jd." -- To gild the last momenta of life's latest throes, Continental news is unimportant.- Council caused by the resignation of Mr.

muse and the Cavorable criticism of the The of fJr The President Ere the spirit escapes from its clay. Tho Indian news is much
republic recepts the week foot 1,229 bags. it is stated, has nominated claiming attention! .

: of letters, but as limited as such compositions This is a larger quantity than>we reported the Colonel Johnson, of the Utah expedition Perchance thrdrcamsofthefast-sinkiugeleoper Lord Pahuerston gave notice of a bill to al Carr.A resolution has been introduced into the

may be in number, we have the .week before, but xve have included'in this account to be a Brigadier General. Enraptured b'l"'ilions' of happiness past ; ter the present mode of governing India.lie .- Legislature at Topeka, Gov. Rob.
pleasure of: laying before oar readers todaya.Lriking1ybeautifu1 408( bales: by tho Gulf Road. The receipts -..-.- A sister's fond love a mother's yet deeper, also acknowledges the receipt of dispatches inson to solicit aid! if
Co should be
Fremont when visit Invaded that bosom a ne-
on a to Boston, a now throbbing its last;
and from
unpretending from this source have been France calling tho attention
not inclu. of
poem few But those mother } ces-ity for it, from the Governors of
which days since, "intimated in unmistakable lips by a shall be pressed again friendly
is ded for the British
: pre-eminently entitled to inscriptionupon three weeks past, and \yclllLo Government to the rpAigo Stat..
JIICB- terms that he IltiVlT question _
meant be
the catalogue of poetical excellenciesand ent week above the actual quantity arrived. President 18GO." to a candidate for Exhausted the life stream that reddened the sod, to which, however, ho had made no response. .

achieve for its author an acknowledg. The sales of the week foot 827 bags at ex- in While we gazed on the dying, one tremulous) quiver. Mr. Roebuck spoke in bitter termsof Correspondence of the Journal of Commerce.

ment of merit of which he may feel justly tremes, ranging from lOc. to 38c. We continue From Washington. Then silence unbroken defended fore\c-r, the Emperor, and of the French officials, WASHINGTON, Feb. 17.
proud. our quotations of last week, viz : For \\'AIHIIfGTONJ Feb. 18.-In the Senate: And his epirit returned to iU God. for which he was rebuked: by Lord Palmer. PnApecially st\te of ft'elin2..., in Cnnrro.g----------.- and PII.
-- -- -- common roller ginned Floridas and cart cot- Mr. Green, Chairman of the Committee on The sun from the heavens was slowly descending, ston. among the Southern, is not very favorable

The Supreme Court at Jacksonillle 19 The bhadows of evening: hung low in the The French consuls to legislation. The Southern
tons a 21c. Good bright clean Floridas Territories, introduced a bill and report, favoring sky will not hereafter men

The Jacksonville correspondent of the Savannah 21 a 24c : Good to Fino Floridas 21 a 28c., thr admission of Kansas with one And long was the way through the forest extending, grant passports to British: subjects. are much excited by the long contest on
Republican writing under date of representative And dread was the search of the:Savages: Kansas and
eye. Jerome though they admit that
and very extra lots 30 a 37c. Tho exportsof until she shall be entitled to more With Bonaparte has been invited with they

17th inst., says: The Supreme Court of this the week foot C5G bags as follows : To by actual census !Mr.\ Douglas and Mr. Col- We as traversed noiseless those a tread regions: as the unknown pulse of the dead the right to seat in the Connsils of State over have lost the game, they think it was by foul .

,.. State assembled at the Court House in this Liverpool 1G6 ; New York 411, and to lamer made minority reports.!! In the arms affection we pillowed his; head which he will preside in the absence of the play. Therefore, they make a stand unanimously .

city, on the 15th inst. Chief Justice Baltzell Charleston 49 bags.' In the House the Army bill was discussed.Mr. ; As thro' hammock and prairie we mournfully sped. Emperor. upon the admission of Kansas with

and Associate Justices Dupont and Pearson, .. Shorter, of Alabama made a speech en To the lake in the distance that shone. Spain grants amnesties to her colonist the Lecompton Constitution. The antislavery

being on the Bench. The attendance on the The Admission of Kansas.A Kansas affairs before' tho committee of tho On the flowery eltpe of its !beautiful shore, subjects on the occasion of the birth of a spirit is, they say, at the bottom of the

part of the members of the Bar from abroad majority the Senate Committee on whole, and was followed.by others. Our leader is taking his lest, Prince. hostility to the admission of Kansas, and,

is greater than usual I notice among the Territories have reported: in favor of tho immediate WASHINGTON, Feb. IS.-TIe Union of And the turf that his footsteps so recently bore though ceasing to care for Kansas, they qnite

learned in the law," who have cases before Lies cold on his gvnerous' breast. LATER. to resist what they consider
admission of this an anti.slavery
Kansas under the Le- morning contains a letter from Col. Cal-
the Court, CoL R. J. Moses, of Columbus, I O'er his mouldering ashes no monument shine!, ARRIVAL OF THE AKGLO-SlXJiY. league of the North. The
compton Constitution. Three houn. Ho he has apprehension that
reports, says says wr.ttn to Denver to To tell of the
Ga. sleeper it
f and Messrs. T. Archer and W. M. G. tho ; Cotton Advanced J-8d. some, or all of the Southern States will
Washington Union, were viz procure sworn statements from the But encircled ie-
presented : Judgesof by and
cypress dark-waving PORTLAND
Davis, of the Middle Florida Bar. The Me., Feb. 23.-The st-amer sist
. case a majority report, submitted by !Mr.\ Green, election at the Delaware crowing election, And mildly around it theje '3Amine twines, Anglo.Saxon has arrived, with by some decided acts of disunion the
in which Liverpool
they are counsel is rejection of Kansas, if she
. one concerning accompanied by a bill for the admission of and will be governed entirely by them in And flowers uncultured enwreath it. dates to 10th Feb. This is three days later with slave presents herself
fees in the celebrated case-which has for i is no doubt, the
been before Kansas into the Union as a State undf-r the giving certificates to members of the Legis. The mocking bird trills there its tenderest note, news than that by the Africa. cause of the solicitude of the Administration

- years our Florida C.Dur1known Lecompton constitution ; a minority report, lature. Jack Henderson, clerk of the Hurvoyor From the branches that over him wave, Business news favorable. for the speedy admission of Kansas with th.

as the "Bennett and Carter" case. The submitted by Mr. Collamer; and a personal General, and Marshal, Governor electof And the mid wild duck and her young brood will Lecompton Constitution.On .
question of attorney's fees about to be decided Kansas, have arrived. On the that break the other hand. It has been
submitted ripples at higrave.. alleged that
report, by Mr. Douglas singly.All .- .. [ The sales of cotton in three days were 27- .
by the Court now in session, may be consid. the preliminary formulary being therefore From Kansas. Then let 1 Urn sleep on in that beautiful spot, 000 bales ; of which 6000 were taken I if the Lecompton Constitution was forced
: by
ered as the last stage" of all proceedings And cease for his ashes to eigh: speculators and 2000 upon Kansas, civil war and bloodshed will
satisfied, this grave subject is before the ST. Levis Feb. by exporters.: Prices
now 17. Ye friends and fond kindred I bewail not his lot had be the immediate consequence in that Terri-
connected with. a cause, which for Senate for Late advices frm Kansas advanced id. Market closed firm.
many final and that
direct state
But this i is
It is a Tis tory. not
enough to remember he lired without blot, Consols at U5J.Manchester now so imminent a
occasioned much interest in the Middle of Lano's
yeans party men had visited
that tile Westport danger heretofore.The
expected army bill will b. first And died as a soldier should die. as .
and Western sections Mo., to search for Mr. Danforth news is favorable. All commodities
of the State.I a memberof Kansas
disposed of, which \ve have reason to hope the TAU.Aiu8.3zE: February, 15,'!?. were advancing. Richardson & people have become wearied
am happy to inform that the Lecompton Convention. The Missou. -.ta. I with the protracted strife. It erideuf
you prospects will be Circular was
to-day. It is then the intention to rians made no resistance.Mr. quotes wheat improving
of Ship IlurHf-Storm at the North. that on the 4th January when
our Central Railroad but the election
are brightening, bring on this Kansas bill Stovr the at nominal prices ; Southern flour 22s.
. as early as democratic PHILADELPHIA
) practicable. representative Feb. for State officers
21.-The Diamond held
was better
with the ship Gd. a
gradual that a 24s. firm Corn dull feeling
suspense from Leavenworth ; prices
Possibly the barely
bill for the ,
admission of county was recovering State, lying on the Deleware had taken place the It i i.
maintained Rosin among people.
which, for many months, hung se Minnesota will be first taken from tho wounds received in tho late attempt oppositethe ; steady at 4s. a 4s. 3d ; hardly to be believed that the
this up consid. to murder him. city, was entirely destroyed by fire to. Turpentine firm at 3Gs ; Provisions dull. people, having
tenaciously well
over other the
as most
aa ered. If so, the consideration of the Kansas The power of the State in their hands,will
MCtions of the Union. Col. J. P. Sanderson, bill The grocery of Pat Loughlin, who killed night. vessel is a total loss. The Ne'T81n- feel so deeply aggrieved by the existence of
General. a
the energetic President of the Company, is we suppose, immediately follows, or per- Collins at Doniplian a :year or two ago, was storm here is intense! but will not cause a detention Parliamentary matters in State Constitution for a few months, as to
chance will bo annexed to the Minnesota bill! broken open during his absence a few nights 0""' tbe mails. England occupy take -If "
the up. arms. they did.
Leave had it would be
now in New York press. been granted to Lord an
concluding and
negotiations as a Dart of the R.'lmn .mpunr.._. _..nWcbavenefearofthe ... since its contents burned in the street.A adequate proot- mat- -
-- --- ----- .w ralraerston to bill tbey are unfit
for the iron; which bo A skirmish Is said have A SHAM DUEL introduce a to amend the as a con>-
in will be successful. to occurred at Fort AND ITS CONSEQUENCES. to form
munity, State of this
result of tho Sen. penal law, making a Union. Ever
conspiring murder
The completion of this important work at ate's Scott, but no particulars are given. Gov. Philadelphia, Feb. 12, 1858.-A sham duel felony. to, a i if Kansas were admitted under the
this Topekat
an early day, being thus reduced to a certainty hope that it on will bill that; and wo in have the strong there.Denver had refuted to send the troops the took place this afternoon, on the west side of The Bank of France had reduced its rate Constitution, it i is hardly to be supposed that
body Sehuylkill between
taken together with the facilities which of a few pass course --_ .. .. named De Charment, and two Sheridan.young men of discount to 4! per cent. the rights of the owners of the few slaves in-
very days. The the
. will soon be afforded us by the establishmentof -. 4 GEORGIA AND FLORIDA R. R. Co.-The balls were drawn by the seconds from the .. not Territory to be believed would that not be respeeted. It is
"domestic contract' and payment for tho sale of the before The Inauguration or Washington'* Statao they would emancipate '
a (Banking) institution, renders The bill for the admission of Kansas will pistols they were handed to the com at Richmond the slaves] without compensation
. the rapid growth and eventual success of not 'be Georgia and Florida Rail Road to the South. batants, a fact of which Sheridan was aware.i RICHMOND, Feb. 22.The without time or
urged by the Democrats in tho Senate Westen R. R. Co., was concluded at Macon As the inauguration allowing for their reanonL-
pistols fired
. this already flourishing town no longer problematical the 12th inst. between J were Sheridan fell, and ceremonies have attracted an immense They cannot experience much 'embarrassment
precisely as reported by the Committee i on R. R. Cuyler, Esq., De Charmont, fearing the concourse "

r. on Territories. An amendment will be introduced President of the South.V('stern Railroad Co., to parts unknown. In a letter consequences ho left at home, fled of citizens and military to the city to slaves] from in the the presence ot three hundred. .

:': A ease in the Supreme Court yesterday, in I stipulating that nothing in tho Le and Nelson Tift, President of' the Georgia he stated that if he bad killed his antagonist day. The procession moved at 10 o'clock, The whole Territory question is for a very small short time.
I and Florida Railroad Co. a very sue to .
: which your former editorial neighbor of the compton Constitution shall be construed or The cost of tha Road under the he would leave for Europe immediately. and was welcomed by Gov. Wise. An ode draw after it such great consequences.It .
contractwas .. .
. Georgian:, R,B. Hilton,Esq., was one of!the held to interfere with the right of the peopleto 8400,000. Extra work, materials, Fortune Favors the Brave. was Editor delivered by John R. Thompson, Esq., is probable that these.consequences,r presented '

, cocnsel,V&s th ._occasion of his proving himself alter, amend, or modify it, at pleasure. interest: &c.,$35,801 25. '1'otalost, 8435 ; Man's life hangs the of tho Southern Literary Messenger. on either aide as so terrific are alt..- *
and 801 25. This upon most brittle Hon. R. M. Hunter delivered an eloquent gether imaginary,and will not,in either event .
: as apt ready at wagging his tongue was paid in stock of the thread-so it is with fortune. A dime address. The be realized. ,
as he was wont to be at wielding a pen. I VOLUNTEERS FOR UTAII.: -A bill has been South-Western R. R. Co. So soon as the invested has often been the basis of The military display was very im
affairs of tho Ga. and FLi. Railroad I an ample I posing. weather was, however, unfavorable The Administration.majority in the Hone
am: glad to know, as no doubt. you will be"that' unanimously passed by the [Kentucky Legislature be closed, the stockholders will receive Co. can for have fortune, whilst [years of toil and privation : for the. pageant. on thq Kansas question is not with certainty

he is meeting with good success_ in a ; and signed by the Governor, authori their present stock, stock of the Southwestern How been uncertain repaid with a meagre subsistence. I __ to be stated. It will be (rom two'.,to eight tr.

: profession which I he the Executive of are all things earthly-a beg From Washington-Three Duel. on the Senator Johnson of Arkansas made
imagine, finds equally zing that State to raise a Railroad Co. at a loss, probably not exceeding -" gar to-day, a prince TapU. a pretty

.. : laborious but more remunerative than his former regiment of volunteers immediately, and to five per cent. 'Just learned some good to.morrow.Ve news. A have WASHINGTON, Feb. 21st.-An affair of{ strong speech to-day in favor of the Administration .
. one .. .... tender their services to the President ding Depot lot and brick and army, fortifying his opinion with that of"Lieut.
.. Warehouse at Al has drawn Gen. Culkro, gtOwIng-but-4('
United States to aid in a prize of 816,000 in Swan 4 personal '
suppressing the rebellion &'Co. Gen. Scott But
it will be
814,000 use
bany insult
, Mr.' MaUeryFroa -Bridge at Kinchefoonee over lottery, Augusta in a public bar room. of no
in Utah. Col. Crittenden, Major 816,000-besides other Georgia. Bob, ,you're ,a Geri. to argue this question. .Congress sets its face .
,the !
bridging Haroey aad
Committee of Naval Affairs of Depots, lucky dog I Middleport' ( Press ; ,CoJ.Sumner are also in .
., the U. 8 S nato reported,abut for the relief Hawkins, and others all of Mexican war experience turn-outs, wells, right of way, &c., 812,107 -.e--HI. _) : the ''tests' for a pers
are to be.the officers.: 25 per mile.-Albany' Pc triol. A SEKSATION CHEATED.;-Mr.. :Lama, of thought'this affair will. be settled by intervention laws, be fillednp: to the ,num
. oLIWezntJobuD.ToddofthsUnItedSL&tm; .. .. from tho, ber of eighteen ,thousand men :And U
9 ** Mississippi, 'delivered bit first speech in the kDepartm nt. ,Still anoth. ,, very
: nar/;:& bfll.lor the:relief of William MR. ,DoI1Pr..u.-Tb. Washington corres- 0: Dr. 1. M. Bernhisel, the delegate to House yesterday, which earned for him the er duel J i, /the' tapis between ex.Lieut. costly,at that. ,

F. Carriegton: patted assistant sorgeon in the ,pondtnt of the PhiladeiphiaInquirer a Le- Congress! from Utahiterlitory, who hss fifteenor reputation& of being one,of- ,the very ,best par. Rhind and Commander Brutwell,'of,the Navy. For anyemergencies, it. it probable that .
twenty wives will allow
chosen Congress
was a' Vice Presidentto This : some four cr"fivregl
liaraentary debaters affair is not 'd =:
UaJtectSiatel in
ZlYT4Ot &$ &tds bill for now ,American .yet Yeloped.
; the compton Democrat; Mr. the U. S.' pubjic 'of roldnteers
Ue of says? Douglas did Agricultural Society Washington Jile.ft is, seldom indeed x_. 'F1 i ": ments tobe'raIed'gtpgtbem t ,
Robert that gentlemanachieves
r ( Ctrter-pawed assistant sar- .not attend the caucus of ,Democratic Senators last week. Our distinguished fellow ,so high a; reputation, a ;Brlt Adriatic.,Again'Eacape*. the right of selecting th'elr own:dKaers'with",

. pos vr.'In.thoziy'oftb.U&Led8Iztu wrwnt/! read and pasted to a;second which, this! morning! and will not meet with Lt.citizen, Col. Marshall F."Wilder I is President ; man by his first speech in Congress as .as a public t Is the NEw Y.MC, Feb.: Ifc-r Av correspondent the exceptio of field_and staff.ciietr-. -

m&if, H. also cabaitted an adferse r..! them h hereafter.( He is now wholly and openly] Gov. Brown is a member; and Major'Ben result of this first Congressional effort of to a house:in this city.-states' '-that'..the'bark Congrtas, h.vi contrived. toge1 through1one
Poore without.
Parley is day Kaas&Sdiscussion and'proliably
; i jt .
: po&tlp & ptUUtm Of Robert.Morris.' with the-Black.Republicans. Pott. ., BecretArl..Bo.tton. tnlsdUtiagoished Miislisippian.Tr". '" Adriatic had again'lcfcapedFrench i ::1(oseairoutbe- r' .bot'w .t ..k'tJa..1It,

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ifliio ifThe ft'pt\tlth.t8 of .JAlD .4IK's l'ILLS. t 1f"
eft..rc13j t W
.diriitf1.d Boddnsbiim'% P1t1i < Pri {'< J.' etri-); j- ia I A ; A 41.I .
Prqar.J' .
'b1i : ? /" "l"hynaan NOTICE liereby given that .j J .. i./ t -
migr eeDt collection of bridal.Weh4Mwne t! .. .. JSxtraordjnaryTkls 10 the Qi : : wr IOTBIHO Bcn JKXIS I ', : '. .i J'._.. /4--e'r- d.

aii% $; been presented to the PriuRftjat'bywcry inrsluable me1lne Is anJWliVfc Jn tie rare' of all .. will be continued as heretofore ,.thfTaUal1ai i..a a'pe uacolW."Oto.-. .eipita1rgr : J

gifts member of the RD ..RlCaarilYby those pitnfat end Ia rcrasils'e MifMfh.'tha female '. nt ll* OLD.STAND of D. O.WILSON, .the ,RAIL-'RO&D: :, : fly. M. s.. .T O t. '

ce of thc/illnstnotis who constitution U subject. It moderate B|g and nmoTM name, ilyli and firm of ".- .a- $7,0,000: 1'1.s. S

most priests all obstructions,and a speedy cure ma ReJited Co. and after' the 22nd W11ERiA9iiM
on. H B. Eitts & Monday day February, risj
honored her with a visit ON Deporta iHia
latdI Majesty TO MARRIED
baTC LADIK8U the freight and Train on these Roads
of the chief of the \Ia suited. It Grateful fur the patronage heretofore extended them,, passenger" FOR $10 DOLLARS !! was committed in the ztJf
pd Ly some personages I pecalitrly will, in a short tune, bring on the will be run daily as follows, (Sundays exeepted: .
Jobn ..
better and -' bOOTOf'O 8t.oou.
they are now prepared, determined to -
which she i Monthly period with
illustrious House with now so regularity. Between Tallahassee and St. Marks : following ScLrmorill be drawn Lj S.'Swan and that said Joordan is wnri fVC1*-i_-_.
.Xao bottle, One Dollar SPARE flO PAINS TlIE
happily conn cted. I Gre price ,bears the QoTMUbentStrnDp Leave Tjillfibawee. . .11 A.M. Co, M&nngersoftheSpaita, Academy Lot Now re.tlfADISOB; :?. _
vf t Britain
,Most of ihe articles.TVC re litlteleJ 'witli the to prevent cotroterielU.CAUTI0N. I n their part to accommodate nil who ma' favor .Arrive at St. Mark*. . .. 12.15 P.M.Leave tei j, in each of tl.eir Single 4KuojL r Lotteries for nor of tbe State of Tl WictySt 1'

the illustrious' iudhiJual; fioni whom them with their patronage, St. Marks . . 330r.M. 1Iari, 1858, nt AcguatiGefrrgit," Iii public, under in me by law, d/ ,betel.l...
of. should
Tl* PIHs be
*t> hot taken female
came could by daring the Brttkw SUCH AS Arrive Tallahassee .. .. 445 P.M. Ihe superintendence of ComuiUsiouers.CLASS". Hundred DvUara &rt & M f" j'_
thrvtJim?, so that a catalogue >e months Pregnancy", as they sro sure to bring on Misrriage dan. and Jai s delivery trMEM. 'ther.isfl: .t.:4'
And when to
which only aa a but at any other time they ere safe. Horse and on Sundays netessary connect with
nl'pend Rc-
),formed we geu- Shoeing, Ironing the line of Mail Steamers plying between ..NewOr '5, .-Said Joorrfan ii about atxi S

If:! '*"'5 withholding! the psice !li is t. 'Hie Rack In all and cues Limbs Nervous, Fatigue and on slight Spinal exertion Aff<-cuns, Palpitation, Pain In the of A pairing Carriages and Bug tf'l leans, KVy. West and IfHVuna which arrive at;' and Te be Drawn in the City Augusta, Ga, in public 175 fttti. .''1.. W J

imon ; the brilliant mass 8 Plantation icork \ JJ depart from St. Marks the 15th j"29th' of eACh S I In Testimony Whereof, I baveJ
most conspicuous the Heart Hysterics, and "White, these Pills wll! affect a gic, of on an .. On Saturday, March of t'10' and Queen of month. bandandcanedtsbe ffix4 M'
the present King cure when all other menus have failed,end although a p0'serful entry description, -
was of State of FlotWa. ..Don* ) .
Ou Pen'3tolld Rail Road [L. i ]
PrnsJJA i -a lofty open coronet of diamoiid remedy, do not contain iron;calomel antimony, or anything Jim Ir t.f and rCJ'airing same, Ironing Wagons train will be Georgia a Tri-weekly CLASS C, xT in the'CUv oTat1tJIW ''.r.F.brcary.t..D..l"'t .
ivhitfh xrith its thin of hurtful to the constitution.Full I and Carls ruu on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays be ''
thetksicT'1 of rpires : : Drawn in the Citj of Augusta, Ga. in public, l J '

and fhcllvotk between, isprobably directions accompany each packago. Sole Agent forthe and iii fact other diserip'jon of work made of On ft JU IBO".
open every VttdayJUarrh\ lit 1858. 50.
brilliants UuiUJ Elates and Canada, JOB lOSES, LesreTalIahassee. . . .. . 7 &. 11. E .
chaste and I Iron and Steel, all of which we WARRANT, and pledge jDovtmor_cf
of the most graceful .
one (Late L C. Baldwin & Co.) Eocbegter, N. T. I Arrive at Station No. S (Walker's Mill,). 8.50 A. M. "
the shortest notice.H. .
urselres execute at
that has ever }been executed. Equal with I N. B.-Jl.OO and 6 osUge stamps enclosed to any nuthorUtjJ I I to B. FITTS d CO. Leave Station No. 2. . . . 9 A. M. CLASS 7, By the Oovtraor. -AtUsi'P..: :, .*; S t 1. ." ::.

this are those given by Her Majesty. The I Ag.nwill insure a bottle containing 50 Pills by rut urn IFeh.2 If 53. 9-ly Arrive at Tallahassee . .. .. 10.40 A. M. To be drawn in the City of AugustA, Qa, ia publi.. 8.etatj.f3tt*. S S

diamond necklace with treble waiL A HACK leaves St. Marks on arrival of the Train On March 20 first is a broad a --- ------ ---- -- --- Saturday, Feb. 11, 183*.. 'lat. '. :
of the most brilliant drops and !long For sale by Edward Barnard, Jr., Sole "Wholesale and Retail Notice. for Newport and returns in time to connect with the .
row for Tallahassee. J. 8. 2i. Davidson Train to Tallahase *"
Agent Solo
Agent up CLASS 8 B'1f. .
terminals, which match the light tracery for i HE Annual Election of Trustees for the Jefferson $100
pointed Qulney. .
of the coronet The second gift from the I' February J, lC<. 6-ly T S. It. Manufacturing Company will be held at Fare" from" Tallahassee" to to Station St. Marks No. 1.,.Pen.. .A.fl'00 To be drawn in the City of Augusta, Ga, in public, .i1.

Royal mother consists of three massive i ibroches I the Factory, near Monticello, .Saturday 13th dny of Oee.R.R.. . .. .. .. . 5o On Saturday, March 27th, 1837,' Z. \ fL'PEOCLAATI ;
and size of March next. W. DENUAM, Sect Fare from OX THE PLAN OFSIXGLE NUMBERS. \
somewhat in the style I A. J. PE LER'S I Tallahassee to Station No. 2, Pen.4
February 27, 18:9. 9-3t 1"I ..
Scotch plaid brooch, but which, instead I I Oeo.R. R. . . . .. .. 87 i ", --
the circlet in the middle, are LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, Fare from Tallahassee to Station No. 3, (.Walker 5,485 PRIZES ; Bj M. S. Piaav, Governor of FlondsV % :

of hs\'ingm filled open with noble pearl of the TALLA1IASSE, FLORIDA. Maryland State Lotteries, i 'II HI1)). .. .. . .. . 1,00 SIARLT O3TK PRIZE TO EVERT NINE TICKKETitMA information bat bees a4q'I ': -

in each case a of color. The OFFICE UP STAIRS IN TUE SAME PCILUIXU AND OrI'OSITE: B, FRANCE & CO, Managers, The Iron not yet laid to Station 3, (Walker's -- ------- WHEREAS Department, did A'ID1tI'd'

very largest size and purity TIlE DOOR OF TilE FLORIDIAN A JOL'UXAL OFFFICE. I --.+-. Mill,) but will be early in March, and a Depot is in GNIFICENT SC11EXE! was committed on the body of Wm.'D u,- .. '

Prince Consort gave a superb bracelet of bril- I "\TILL Prnctice in the Circuit Courts of Gadsden CAUTION NOTICE. process of construction to be completed by the time TO B* DRAWX JL4CU SATVRDAY. IN MARCH{ Willis Conner, in the County of Columbia'aad. t-
which is }beautiful both the track reaches the point selected for the Prize said, Willis Conner is frua justice b;
lianV. and emeralds, \ T Leou, Wakulla, Jeffsrson and Madison, :and living at a distance should I extreme- Station. 1 of 70,000 4 Prizes of. .f 900 now a fugitive .
execution and is altogether a I PERSONS 1" . 80,000 4" . 800 Now therefore, I, MADISON &PffiUtT. Ctavs*.
attend to the collection of notes and of whim
ia design an promptly accouLts they order lottery Tickets *
Freight charged on l\rracola d Georgia Railroads 1" 10.000 4 -.700 nor of the State ofFlnruU. .Ks ,:fy rf.f ,
This has additional interest in of said Couuties. or Certificates of of Ticket Of.aid OoU >
most costly present. any I Packages The country 185, to be paid,. deliver . 500 Hundred Dollars for the apprefaemioa i
Feb. 27, 1858. 9-lf i is flooded with and swindlim T. .:. '.-.' ,... p.riOOf4 1 . 4,000 60 {
the of visitors, from its being I bogus tf" Jt .v uj..vilu JL\J J.1J.J.v ii : and his safe dtlivwy to the8berfttC4t.tu1County. ; *t
in II i511C10 I.: :0" . 300 ncr,
eyes I : iiucu out to gut persona to invest 1 3,000 ''
-r Cotton bale .. . .. .. ; 100 S
the bracelets which the young bride in them. Capital Prizes of from per . 1,500 100 . 125 !to" .. ;
of money $20,000 to :1" | .
Lime I
: one last. Lime, Tobacao in Boxes per 100 Ibs. . ..25 25 25 ( MXIi.-SAid Conner f is about five feet sir'di-i-
Monday bead their bdiemes nt' 230 100
$40,000 .
with .
wore at tho Charn.1 lloyal, on tickets |1 Corn and other grain in sacks per bushel.10 10 10 4 1,000 i -rstbW -' .i

That which she wore on the left arm was also 70O Barrels of Fresh' Burnt LIMI. $100,000 Capital Prize' are offered, tickets ?5. All Salt per sack .. .. .. . . 40 40 40 Approximation Prius.. inches high his dark right cotaplexiop band off; about M si ,: ..t

diamond and emerald bracelet, presentedby T HIS LIME is warranted to be equal tot such, in every instance. a re frauds ; and if money is Hay iu Bales per 100 25 26 4 Prizes of$400 appro'g. to $70,000 prize are$1,600 a finger on *_ '* '
a ofage.
the gentlemen of the Royal household, any that is imported for plasterIng_ I. pent to them for tickets, it is so much thrown away :lAme, Cement, Slate, 4 JOO.' 25,000 1,200 In Testimony.Whereof I bat her.tItOtI1 P r

and probably I brick work or any other purposes. If detired tbe without the shadow of a chance getting a prize.- in packages per Ib'.5 25 25 4 200" 10.000 800 band and caused to be affixed the r S1, '
; which though a splendid present Beware of all Lotteries where the
be For sale bvJOHN" Capital Prize isunullllal1y
but bost of eferei'.Cc-s can pven. .
: nry BarIron 100 Ibs. 25 25 4 125 V 1,000" 500 Florida. Dom It tb*Capitol '
per vf the
Prince's is much I I [L. ij SAte *
eqnal in value to the M:. RAYSOll, i large in comparison to the price of tickets.In -
] I All other goods per . .. 30 :30 4 100" 5,008" 400 lathe City Tallahassee.' .. tbl CUi diT""
J to it in design, and still more so in the 12 miles S. E. Monticella. every instance where lirg* prises are offered for a 75" 3.500" 300 .'. S
inferior I 4" 1858.
: February, ,
: small cost of ti tct it down certain fraud.I
Feb. 2; 1858. 93wNegroBoyforSale put a
manner in which it is set. __,__ I The State for tbe benefit Cotton per bale . . . ...25 137150 4" M" 1,600" 200 MADISON B.By PU1\Y. .
----1. of the
u -- ------- -- Kentucky Lottery I
is in rich u I of 20 are .. . . 100,000 Ooro-of7IorIiM.
The gift of the Prince of Wales i Shelby College. under our management, is the only Tobacco in Boxes per 100 Ibs . . 12fl2i 121 6,000 prizes
them .ll. It or Hire Cora and other grain in sacks bushel 5 | 5 6 -- the Governor-Attest: .
far to : Lf which is per
effect superior in the United States decided -
of i ttery legally
beautv I Ii 5,435 Prizes amounting to. . . .$320,000 .
brooch and necklaceof ; about 22 active sound the all other Lotteries Salt per pack .. .. . . ..25 125 25 F.L.'tZzzicoi
of ycaie-healthy- : by Maryland Drawings;
is i a suite ear-rings, hut the opals in play I AGED remarkably smart. Would bo very useful I which purport to be decided by the Maryland Drawings Hay in Bales per 100 Iba . .. 12112$ 124 WHOLE TICKETS f 10 ; HALVES $5 ; QUARTERS $!J. Secrstary of Stale.

i i opals and diamonds ; in either kitchen, d'uing rom, stnblc.'gitrden or field are fraud Lime, Cement, Slate, Plaster and CuIaDo I -:00--_ Feb. 1*, 1MB. t-Zt _. r -t
color and irridcscenec, are superior to any i I I in packages per 100 ILs. .;; 'r2j12iBarlrouper !
of the Terms cash or credit ub may be pre'circd. For par- THE MARYLAND STATE LOTTERIES. Iba .. . . .! 12i12il2J| FLAN OF THE LOTTERY"
have seen and the design of set- ticulars ,lat this ullice., 100 : > | GOODS I-NEW"GOODS.l.fTOR
yet NEW
we in \\ ith the exquisite ; npj 27 lS5b. 9 I Purchase in the Maryland State Lotteries, then All other goods per 100 Ibs. . .[15 |15 |15 The Numbers from 1 to 60,000, corrfspending; .
keeping February I
tb"-s: is quite you arc sure of being right. And in ordering in tie with those Numbers on tbe Tickets printed on separate S
the stones tht-y tnclo (. As we THfc .*. ,
beautv of Maryland Lotteries, you are sure of fair and honest slips of pAper, are encircled with small tin tubes : \

IIWcaid, in magnificent, and at the game : Notice. drawings.One I JVt'.v. $ Superintendent. and placed in one wheel. TOIEfttRADt

: time chaste effect, this gift surpasses all. But I A LL persons L.iing demands agaiust: tl.z estate of i thing look to. and that i ia, if you order from February. 1C.:_,.18 j3.._ 7-Cin. TIle first 457 prizes, similarly jprinted Lad encircled FALL AM) .
---- - "in
-- -
of the }bridegroom is perhaps the I Ji\- \\ ni. W. ''ortc late cf Jourson county deceased any licensed vender in Baltimore, do tu.t receive any are placed another wheel.
nrefcent No.
the I but Managers' Tickets and Managers' Printed Certifi 5i>2. The wheels are then revolved, and a number is
the n.osttimplc will tal.2 notice that they must pr-seiit themto
most costlv, though in appearance i I within the I cats ot Package": Tho Managers' Certificates have a- drawn from the wheel of Numbers, and at the same
the uiitlurei Ktd duly authenticated,
of m:;. it is a necklace of pi-ails. i iiinc prescribed by law, they notice will be barred ; tho numbers printed and hare the lithographed sig- time a Prize M drawn from the other vheel. The :

and our readers urn easily judge of their value and ail ibilt'bted to said Estate are hereby; naturu of R. France A Co. BY THE PRESIDENT I Number and Prize drawn out are opened and exhibited .. .' 411 .... .'E'PIlE

when uo that l the necklace though full iiotiiiej pcrtou.to make pa\incut iinmediattlU I}. No one has a right: to send his individual certifi i 1 to the audience, and registered by the Commissioners undersigned is now receiving his Stock eI

say :iiG to complete the entire i .'.' JOHN PORTER, Admfr. rate, and if he does it, be sure there is a fraud at the OF THE UNITED STATES. ; the Prize beirg placed against the number FALL AND WLVTE& UOODfc ,
sized, only requires / bottom of it. R. FRANCE t CO is until all the Pri.
the } (b.2l58., 9-8w < - drawn. This operation repeated which wants neither in Quantity.Quality or Style
which graduates in wze from centre of State Lotteries. of law I, JAMES BUCHANAN .
circle Managers Maryland pursuance zes are dawn out.Approximation .the .
IN Le11e
ta'p Ming less and less in size: jewels as Feb. 20 1&58. 88rnMoney President of the United States of America. do Prize*.-The two preceding and Embracing: for ; .,
An OrdinanceTo _.____ __ __ _.__ *
c and make known that sales Numbers' those Side Bob "
declare Jleia *
approaches: each end. The three centrepearls hereby public the two succeeding to drawing the Silk Robes a Qnille, Stripe .

it in this superb circlet are said to be of raii a rcrenuefur the City vf TallalJas8ce,f ) for the Million will be held at the undermentiaoed laud office, in the urst 7 Prizes will be entitled tithe 28 Approximation .. Flounced, **- cam *
State of Alabama, at the period hereinafter designated Prizes. For example : if Ticket No. 11250 I Brocade Bayadiere Stripes, Pica* BrjfCanille '
ihejacal .
third tjta.i coitunencitiff o & thejiisl dayuj'A- _
great value. Thc Queen gives a present I put, ill the one thousand tight Inmdied and 4 to-wit: draws the $70,000 Prize, those Tickets numbered Rebei,' *: W
:: of three silver caldlubra, which form the most fifty.eiht.SECTIOX. 30,000 At the land office at Elba.commencing on Monday, 11248, 1124 11251, 11252. will each be entitled to China Striped Glace. Mri'flbie, I

regal looking group in silver we have ever Only OOOO Numbers 86 Prizes 1 the 6th day of April next, for the disposal of the public $400. If Ticket No. 650 draws the $30,000 Prize, Satin Plaid Poult de Loire. Delate **' -." .'
Be it the ,
ordained Inlcndant
1. and
of Prussia gives a truly ly _. lands situated within the fallowing named townbhit those Tickets numbered 648 549, 551, MZ,will each All Wool D.buns, t
The Princess -- ---- -- I
Council the
seen. Tallahassee,
of city of
brilliants. MOIl THAN 1 PIUZE '0 EVERY NINE TICKETS >8, viz : be entitled to $300, and so en according to the above MAIE .
regal! gift of a stomacher brooch of That thtre bhall be levied and collected the followingtaxes I

t r The stone in this superb ornament are huge I for the fiscal year commencing on the 1st day Capital Prize $30,000 North oftht last lint Meridian.And Wilt -of lTallahasnt Bclicrnc.The 5,000 Prizes of$20, will be determined by the OF KVXIT MATH.IAL LIP BTTULEmbroideries -

water and the selling and of April, 1856 : last figure of the Number that. draws the $70,000
and of the S
t purest 1-Upon all merchants vending goods, wares find Fractional township 7, ofrangu 8, S, 10, 11, 12,
I !t
In little card-box, HAVANA I'LOF SIGLEt'M F.RS. Prize. For example, the Numbed drawing tb's
J design arc exquisite. a merchandize of U. 14 15, 16, and J 17. XYUT KETD.
t i a tax thirty-five cents on every hun $70,000; Prize ends with No. 1, then all the Tickets OF -S
f with l delicate fringe left out to show the dred dollars in value of the ettwk in trade on the first JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY. Fractional township 6, of ranges 18, 19, 20, 11, 22, where the No. ends in 1, will be entitled to $20. If VAl Dcene, Maltese and Hooitoo ; i

the of His Majesty the King day of April next, as near as the same can be ascertained. 23, 24, and 25.Fractional S
pattern, i is gift ------- -- the No. ends with No 2, then all the Tickets where BONNETS, BELTS ATTT TRIMMING RmOO1fs. f/
I sections 25, 26, !7, 28, and JO, of frac-
of the Belgians. It is a Brussels the No. ends in 2 will be entitled to $20, and so on uld alaocan the at tion'ofu.
tional township 6, of 2fl. The trodei signed w S
2 venders of and men.handizc range
-Upon good, wares t
made expressly for the bride, and our CLASS J.I Draws Maicli let, 1853, to O. to his and eompletefibqk of
young other than Itinerant tia'lcrswho fcha'.l Fractional seetior.s 26, 28, and 50, of fractional Public generally, large :
( ) com
readers will be best able to judge of its exquisite rncncc buiiu55 after the firtt day of April next, a taxoftLirtyfive CLASS KK. Draws March 15tL, 1358, township C, of range 27. Certificates which U of the Packages risk will be sold at the follow- Gents and Youths Fall and WinterJJJothing:: ;" it:
and carefully elaborated work hundred dollars inralue- (ia. under the Fractional section 26, and the east J of fractional : Gents and Youths Fafl and -winter .. j;
beauty cents on every In public, ht Macon. sworn superintendence Certificates Package of 10 Whole T kets. .$80 t
manshipben we state that it L valued no of their stock iu trade, to be .estimated and assessed cf E. C. Bulkley and Joseph Waterman, section 28, of fractit.nal township 6. of range 28. 4' a 10 Half 40 t B HATS.' CAPS,, N .. : t!
law the of schools UfBOOTS AND SEOE3.PLANTATION t
forthwith Lands appropriated by or use ,
their .
t Other there upon commencing business.G 1 "
things are E-qs. 10 Quarter .
less than 810,000. 20
and other will be excluded from
military, d
which rich and costly in the extreme -Upon all houbc-huld furniture,lucludinggolJ and purposes 10 Eighth i 10 GOODS. ; |

f6 loo bat none were of them. were ticketed, nor silver watches plate, a tax and of mUt-thirty-five:cal iuslrumeats cents on aud upon hundred nil Prizes Payable Without Deduction' the The sale.offering of tLe above lands will be commenced In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the Kerseys of!evj. Y,.,J. a.cmcvid Hop*'. sORLXAIT3 .,I
every address for the Tickets .
money to our ordered, on re Ssluda Stnpe i-buiaels, S
Was it possible to ascertain from whom or dollars in value thereof. SCHEME : I on the Asv Bpp)iatc J, and will proceed in the order
ceipt of which they will be forwarded by first mail. and Russets and blspk Shoes
t; whence they came. 4-Upon all improted or unimproved town l ht,. a 1 Prize of . . . . :iO.OOO ia which they are advcrtJl.d. until the whole shall Purchasers have tickets in Marlboroug St.ipoa Jean .
can ending
figure they Plaids, 'Yllnd-Ken' *..
tax of tiirty-fhe cents on C.trLundlcd. dollais value 1" .. .. . . 10,000 Lave been offered, and the sales thus closed ; but the designate. any all Wool I.
may Heavy Cotlon Osnaburgha, Virginia "
0 th Huf. 1"' . . . . 6,000 sale IHllllot be kept open longer than two /IJC h. The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will bi bleacb- Wool I
; SORcm:>.-It is stated c n the authority of 5-Upon all slaves owned or employed iu tbe city, 1" .. . . . 2,500) and uo prirateutrv of any cf the lands will be ad- pent to purchasers immediately after the drawing. J i 4-4 ed brown domestics And Steel, Iron Hats and N. i1c1.l. -- 1.

: a crack pressman, that rollers made from (to be !puid, by the owner or o\vturs thereof,) a tlxof 1" . .. .. . 2.000 iMtted until after the expiration of the two weeks. t5?_ Purchasers will please write their signature Brown gd bleached SheeComplete, assortment Of '

: Chinese Sugar Case molasses are far superior thirty five cents on every hundred dollars value I 1 .. . . . 1,000 Given undci my hand, fit the city of Washington, plain and give their Post Office, County and State. tinfa|> ? HardwarsvCARPETING t
thereof. 3 . 600 . 1,500i" this 29th day of December. A. D. 1867. .
to those made with any other kind. The J3: ? Remember that every Prize J* drawn and .
with C-Upon all pleasure carriages, and upon all Ildr- .. 250 . 1,250 JAMES BUCHANAN. payable in full without deduction. 4-.- t
will bear long
Sorghum Syrup boiling ses and mules kept in the city, a tax of thirtv-l5\e 100" . 100. 10,000 By the Frw'ident: tT All prizes of $1,000 and under. paid i imruc. Brands Three Ply and-Ingrain.Carpeta )

out danger: (granulation, and when cast in- cents on every huudred d.llars'alue thereof. I 110" . 50 . 6,000 TII03. A. HENDRICKS, diately after the drawing-other prizes at the usual Parlor Rugs and door Ma ts.. ... ..-.

to a roller is much tougher, more elastic, and 7-Upon all Auction Sales, a tax vf villi half per I IceH 1000" . 1515,000 Commissioner of the General Land Office. time of thirty d.iys. AU of the above mentioned ..., willjlw Jsolo.

has better suction than those made by the !. upon the giosamount of pales.b Approximation Prizes : All communications strictly confidential upon as good terms aa can be bought of JBIJ Hu i f
-Upou all Dunk Agencies, burins or selling NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTIOy CLAIMANTS.Every '
material in use The proportionsof Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to in the City. : ,
common drawn 4 Prizes of 125 to ?SO.OOO( .. .?500 S 5
UHin place boyoud the limita IIf
Fjiup and glue used in the composition of this State, a tax of one auy ccut upon every hundred dollars 4" 60 to 10.000 .. SCO' person entitled within to the the right of pre-emption of S. SWAN & CO., Augusta, Ga. D. ,C. WILSON:.

this roller, are the same as those ia use among ia amount 80 bought aud every Lundred dollars I 8" 40 to 6,000 . 820 to allY of; the above buds enumerated i is townships required and'parts to ostablish 537" Persons residing near Montgomery! Ala., or Oct. 17, 1857. 42'. 5 5 S

in amount BO sold, for and the 12" 25 to 2,600 . 800 towaqhp8 Atlanta, Ga., can have their orders filled and save
during next
printers now. the date at which the assessment year of such preceding tax- 24" 16 to 2,000. . SRO the anme of the to satisfaction land oflice at Elba of the, and register malLs pnfmtn.tlifrffor and receiver time, by addressing S. Swan t Co., at either of those United States Mail. Limr i
thall be made. 20" 10 to 1,000 . . 200 cities. .
During the recent visit of the British Em- 'J all of Insurance -- an noon impracticable after teeiny thit notice t35r A list of the numbers that are drawn from .-vaoxNZW ; .. a
-Upon Agencies &mipanie, a for the
bas*y to the celebrated 1)cafand Dumb In tax of two per cent upon the gross amount of all comiaisai 32B6 Prizes amounting to. . ,$115,130 and of the before public the sale day of appointed the lands embracing commencement the- the wheel, with the amount of the Prize that each. TO XZT WK8TINTERMEDIATE f

etitute at Paris, one 'of ihe pupils, a bright lit- Tickets Halves 5 Quarters 2 60. in the following pnpers: Augusta (Ceo ) Con- :
tlie date of $10 ;
aatessnient. 5
tle fellow asked Sir J. Mackintosh : THUS. A. HENDI1ICKS, FRO% Fon 1'
was by Etitutionaliist, New Orleans Delta, Mobile !1 ;
-- --- Register,
Does God Reason i" The little fellow 10-Uj-on all White Male lulubitauts, between the The Prizes: of \\'illlJe determined the Commissioner of the General Land Office. : t'I'
I ages of twenty-one and sixty a I'oll tax of one 3,000 $15 by Charleston Standard, Nashville Gazette, Atlanta Intelligencer cvimxcm wrra JI
without a moment's hesitation, took up his dJlar. yeais last figure of the nu'nber that draws the tJ: ,OCO Jan. 16, 1S53. 3 New York Weekly Day Book, Savannah STEAMER ISABEL "' .. Stoa

date and wrote : To reason, is to hesitate ; 1 1-Upon all Free Colored 3Iales, between the ages prize. For example:" If thy number drawing the Mcniing News Richmond Dispatch, New York Dispatch i.rwte .
$:O"OO prize ends with No. 1, then all the tickets $50OOO Cash nod Paulding (Miss ) Clarion. ATAKJL AJTB CaAaLBSTOV AT
it is the highest attribute twenty one fifty years, a tax of ten dollars. S
to doubt ; to enquire ; 12-Upon all Free Colored Females, between tbe where the No. ends in 1, will be entitled to ?15 If 3,000 Bales Cotton Nov.14,1857. 46-ly t. .* j : '- S
of human intelligence ; but God sees all the No. ends with No. 2, then all the tickets where ---- .
ages of twenty one and fifty a tax of five dol- 5,000 Leon County Bonds THE SOUTHn .
things, knows all things; therefore God does lais. years the No. ends in 2, will be entitled to {15, and so on FLORIDA RAIL ROAD .

to O. UNDERSIGNED makes the following teamship CompanyOKLSJJW
not reason. 13-Upon ev \ and viz RUNNING 73 MILES.
to his friends customers : .
limits four
within the corporate of tlus city, a tax of -
of will receive Cash in for all 01' lI1f
dollars. Certificates Packages : :First-He payment "

SEC. 2. Be it further ordained, That there shall be Of 10 Tickets are sold at the following rates, which amouuts due him on notes, bonds or open accounts. taken the mail contract abstreportc.
Spend Uatict.TAPE levied and collected the following License Taxes : ) Whole Tickets..5 00 Secondly-In the absence ef Ca*J", he will receive JJATING two first class Sea Steamers rvfnlairj

-: 1-Upon retailers spirituous or vinous liquorsin is the risk : 110} Half . . 17 50 Cotton in payment for all bonds, notes or open accounts twice a month, meeting in the Spanish Hole ._ &s

WORM CUBED BY quantities lees than one quart, a tax of one hundred ) Quarter . . 8 75 at its.highest market price. TRAINS LEAVE FERNANDINA 15th and 29tb,and leaving the same evening.
the absence of Cash and Cotton he
dollars. flank Notes of sound Hanks taken at 'l'birdly-Iu THE STEAMER SPAAI
Dr. 3XLaiie's Celebrated Vermifuge. par. will receive to the amount of ,OOO Leon County DAILY (Sundays excepted) for Starke, (near
Ssw YOKE, Aug. 2,1852.HT 2-Upon all Billiard Tables and Bowling Alleys, Checks on New York remitted for prizes. Bonds lot their market value, iu payment of Bonds, Pond) ouly 8 miles frem Fort Har- will leave New Port in the morning, and St., Xe&.

A certain Udy in this city testifies that, after using or Ten pin Alleys, technically so called, used for hire, Address orders for tickets or Certificates of Packages note and accounts. lee, connecting tri-weekly with 4 horse Mail Stagesfor terminus on the arrival of the Cars frnmTilIilliifintT
-five dollais. *
a tax of twenty of Tickets to his friends and that Gainesville Micanopy, Ocala, Tampa Bay and taking mail, passengers, baggageabdifrtJjrhtJJswaaa
He would inform
Bro of
lr. M'Lane'a Vermifuge, prepared by Fleming S-Upon every dray or cart, used for hire a tax of ANDERSON SON, Manager all poiuts in East and South Florida. At TUUwuj f'rnlft thi Qt-- .. ....1.-5-. .j. "-
for the months of and March "
fttuburgh, tbe passed tape worm ten inche long: and eight dollars. :Macon or Savannah, Ga. his payments anl <"..!* _February tu BO hesitation In recommending It to every person afflicted 4-Upon every two or four or six horse wagon Feb. 20, 1838. 9 are very of the hpavy.great indulgence heretofore extended, connecting with Stages fur Jacksonville.. Alligator, The travelling public can noT resCatoorid tII'd.1Yalung

with worms;as,in her opinion,It far excels every other used for hire, a tax of ten dollars. on will ONE and ALL come forward and avail Tallahassee, and all points in Middle Florida.SCHEDULE. desired and frequently attempUd 'es-y.ii.
remedy now ID nse. The name of the lady, and further particulars 5-Upon every back or public carriage used for they offered in this advertisement 1. tion to and from the above ports ia ia rteb "
StrayedOR themselves, of the inducements .
can be learned by calling on Mrs. Hardle Jianliit hire, a tax of eight dollars!, except hacks and carriages and at least dn amount sufficient to enable to warrant permanency ana sticceat, .. ;. .' :

tan place or E.X ', Druggist t corner of Eutjer and belonging to public livery ttablcs. STOLEN from the subscriber him to meet pay his liabilities. Should there bj Leave Fernandina daily (Sundays Passengers having slave servants moat ;ass .

onroeatreef. 6-Ut 3: every. public Livery Stable, a tax of fifty a Black MULE. I any ((1 hope roDe) whose circumstances will not etiAble excepted) at. .. ; :.. ; 12, M. clearing them at the Custom Boa, before.j 1oiII-\

tar Pnrefcasers will be careful to ask tor DC.M'LAXE'S dollars. blind in one eye. A liberal} reward -! them to comply. even in part( I hcpe they will Arrive-at Starke at.. . .. .6, P.lL board. S .
CELEBBATED VERMIFUGE manufiicUiredbyFi.eiincoBios 7-Upon Hawker and Pedlar \endingpoods, close their Leave Starke .r.r Also look after your Baggage jooneUL
every will be paid for his return forward at once, and Bay 5'), up ac- daily (Sundays excepted
,of PU blIA.fa. AH other Vermifuges In comparison wares and merchandise except for the vending of or for ouch information as wi'l< _ _____________ come counts and make the very best arrangements in their ) at. . .. .. .. .(, A. M. For further particulars.. Apply to : ,.'
are worthless. 'Dr. M'Lan genuine Vcraiinge,also charts and atlases, a tax of one hundred dollars. lead to his recovery. power for payment hereafter, that he may know Arrive at Fornandina at..8A.M. DANIEL LDIJ KfrtI:

ais celebrated Llrer Tills,can now be had at all respectable 6-Upon all venders Lottery Tickets, a tax of R. 0. SllEr'ABD. what to depend upon. DAVID 0. WILSON. Stopping at Baldwin and Trail Ridge (the crossing I New porU >'- 1y-.J1.1U1.- .ts .'..

drag ctores JTont ffenutne tcitbwt the tiynature of five dollars; and nil retailers ppirituous or vinous Feb. 20, 1858. 8-tf 1b,13, 1858. 7-tf of the New River Road) each way; and connecting I

[1] FLEMING BRO liquors as aforesaid. all keepers billiard tables, or -- ---. ----_. -- at Fernandina with Steamers for both Savannah t> SVJ1GT.CHQOL4 I

bowling or ten pin alleys, all keepers ofeverydray or to Debtors. and Charleston, going and returning.FR.EIGIIT.
XT roar H:*fr U Sarah, cart, or two or four horse wagon, or hack, or public Florida Railroad. THE UNDERSIGNED beg leave tOiIOI1A

Us Prot Wood's HsJr Uestorstivs. carriage, used for hire as aforesaid-all keepers of livery indebted to the late firm of TO WLE = of Tallahassee and vicinity. (hat bt
U lOur Hair 1& Gray, stables hawkers and pedlars;venders lottery ALL MYERS, are requested to come forward and & Received by the Company's Agents free of charge at poses Co open a Select tfcfiv t

Us* Prot "Wood's Hair EestoraUre.IfyoorHairUThin tickets, shall vnder penalty of double the tax in case settle. Mr. 11. B. GORMAJ is duly authorized to settle T a meeting of the Board of Directors of the all the stations along the route, and forwaided to instruction of youth.: Hath' bad.oosidenLl. api-

failure, before their several avocations, callings, or all account B. W MYERS. A Florida Railroad Company, held at Fernandina Fernnndiua,.Savannah or Charleston, as may be di- I rience in teaching ia this city. I hcpebyizing'k'

CM Pro Wood' lOlr. Restorative.If business as aforesaid may be pursued, aud upon tbe Talbhasse, Feb. 20, 1858. 8tfBlacksmith on the 7th day of November, A. D., 1857, the following rected. GEO. W. CALL, Secretary F. R. R. and unremitted energy,.to merit: aakare -l psblis .

you *, Bald, payment of tlie taxes levied as aforesaid, obtain p license resolution was adopted : Dec. 26,1857. 52 patrooage. The greatest .
Use Prot Wood's hair Eestorativ so to do from the Intendant. be countersigned and I WHEREAS, The work on the Florida nailroad having those committed to my charge, iotb\,i "&vi ts

ttm have 5erTOusHesdche, by the Treasurer, and such license eltall.not lit issued K i advanced to a condition which brings it into use- NEW BOOKS. progress and morals. ,' h t. to

U. Prot Woods1f7o Hair Bestoratlvs.CM far ajiborter period than oce year. JIaru Sheeiny iqaMishrnent.r ful connexion with the business of the interior, and As complete and thoroof aa edocatko xI.. S

We Dudn; 9"OD all shows, other than circusses er equestrian lIE SUBSCRIBER begs 'leave to inform 'the the practicability of a successful prosecution of it t. JUST RECELVED 4lln& given aa can be obtained at any.oth{ 1if1ttkoj ::4. S

Prot Wood's Hair neltoratin.ltro exhibitions, a tax oi five dollars, and on all circusses or _L citizens Tallahassee and vicinity that HENRY the end being resonably demonstrated, the Company the State,and aa soon U the pattooag*.,-..

kne equestrian exhibitions, a tax of ten dollars hall be HICKS will carry on theBLACKSMITH which has'thus far conducted the enterprise consider NEW nOOKs & NOVELS_- able and competent assistaota will .be.'. ., Xa

r.rvPti.l,5, Prot Wood's HaIr :.estorsUve.UM levied and collected for each exhibition a license to BUSINESS '. that point has been reached where they may hopeto DORE-A Stroller in Europe: connection with the ScRtiox a elaaa for I

Zr954.511oo.sy JIa1r, authorize which must first be obtained from the Inten be'met by the confidence and co-operation of the EL GRINGO-Travels in Mexico; BODXKUPING1:

Prat Wood's flair BMloraUve. dant, and countersigned by theTreasnrer, under pen in all its various branches, and is prepared to execute planters and merchants of the interior: DR. KANE'S Arctic Expedition ; will be cr amenced, and thaae.w. t

&7W dsslre to preserve the Color, alty of double the lax herein assossed. all orders with neatness and dispatch. His work, Therefore, Retained That the Secretary be directed MEMOIR of S.S. Prentiu,Speeches, &.; braoJr all itinerant traders who shall offer goods will be warranted to be equal to that of any other invite to tbe Stock of the Com-
UM Prot Wood's Hlr Ke taratlv 1 0-Upon to subscriptions THE DAYS of my life-A. novel by the fjter tbe duties of tbe Paaa I :
I: merchandize for salo in'(bis city, there shall Blacksmith here or elsewhere, end will guarantee terms heretofore, and to take upon ,
in fssire aot u loose th.e Color, wares or poiy upon the same as author of Margaret and Zaidee; Classic and Higher Brancbee': ot Taglish; fix. v 4., 5
Use Prot Wood's Hair BMtoraliv be levied and collected a tax of one hundred dollars; satisfaction in every JOB. such steps as may affo-d the most convenient oppor- ISABEL--A novel
and ; Term of Five ilontha............,.., -25 90 .
Ityoa wsat a Cheap Article, and a license so to tell shall first be obtained fram the HORSE SHOEING, Repairing Ironing tunity to tbe inhabitants of the several interested ARTJSTS WIFE-A uovetVASCONSELOS.A Primary De t.H..u..lI: 00 S

UM Proc "Wood'.1Iair EestorsUre Indendant aforesaid under a penalty, in ease of n all Vehicles, plantation work, and businesswill all other Counties to take Stock.A Jo.ew 10Tt Tbe exereisca of,the SCHOOL will e'w. su

"y. admire UM RnsHtlftil Lock failure to to do, of a double tax to be imposed. branches appertaining to his true copy from the- minutes. by Sirams;'&&,-, MONO AY,January 4th,1$434; -. "

UM Prot Woods Hair Bwtorstlvc. SEC. 8. Be ilfurlhtr Ordained, That 'every, non receive careful and prompt atten GEO.W.. CALL, See'y.In MoDOUQAJ-T. & HOBBY Any InJbnxntio rwoired eaa bft'oaa "f ipW -.,., "
Ifyst sdBire the BMuttW Ringlets, resident Daguerrotypist, before, pursuing neb:occupation ; ,tion. R. BERRY .' July, '' 47 o to the iubacytber at ha ;nHiili7 UM Trot Wood's Hslr JUstorstiTS.V7 .' in this city,and ewy pbri-resldentDeutjst, be- Feb. 13, 1868.7 Agent.: pursuance of the foregoing resolution, notice ia\- Store .1 OoL E. H z & *&r<* *s S

*wish A B** Ufol Complexion fore purauiog-bia profession within the lioiiUjMt: this :hereby given that the books of the Company are permanently "" S ::1'. 11L tnD SS

.UM Prot W.od%Csir Sestormttvs.U70 city, shall pay a tax of ten dollars and"obtainiHBense Notice. : open at Fereon inaTrberesnbscriptlonsmay : PIANOSBEOEIVEfl: ; -- IC, 1'C"I"k''e' ".:_,.'_ i- "Ia',':ir .
refusal to
wiA ras from the Intendant; and upon failure or, to. be madflfUner'[ far penea'orfc/Jetter.tbe S S 5 5 5 A < .
a JDM torn Plmpls. baring demands against the estate of ,
v..rrot We04"Ha1r EItOrtVS.ts' do. shall pay double the tax above a ae. .ALL persons Ellis deceased, late Jefferson county amount of the present ofsessmeont' being.117.00' on t ./TOE SUBSCRIBERS bate jalt TeeeiTedr 4Jwot .. "ne..tii j "

If 'b s.ap,. ,Tg. 810. 4. Be{(further Ordained naA all Ordinances wOI take notice,that they most present them 'to* 'each sbarrof 100.00.. This c company is tbe owner,I,, .X (rein.tbe m reliable houses in the United .- ...-. """ > .. 1'S.

UM Prat Woods Hair. BMtonflve.r or patti of Ordmanc 'eoiiffletirig with tie;true intent 'the, undersigned duly authenticated within ,tbe:time' :town sites of Fernandina and Cedar Key, and 'also Statesfir"-anpcmr-:: ;,-} *. .- ..** "; "I "0. .'ri, ..'kt .--1.. y"q... _'-' ,
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be and tie'tame .
It nt" qYwbstm1ng.ms4 and mesniog1 thii-Ordinance' are by law.or t"i* notice will be plead in. .'lt OOO acres of land, property,which bad been appraised -:. '. .. :1.I. 'Dr."fI6oJl.fc:.>41WI. "'. .' ': SS
.a..1ar :..3* .. hereby repealed.Paswd .-! ,h ,; ?. I" prescribed and all penool indebted: ; At over,t2.000.pOO, and it 1 if believed,itat i :'. .' \'it'o\' { .,. '. .

.II".. te* 1I 1.- .' .} davc11yl8L tbe Cotmei] .ppwea. fiiUtweoty-tonrtb. -. r-.-1, .* 'f'. said bar e.tate'.nfbfteby'notifted their recovery; make ftzbedits -.f- -.,. *farther assessment of from '8.00 to (10.00, persbareitflbucienttofithsbtheroaL I .., .,0 ippt't' v&rton'Atles. .. ,. ..,'-uu" pasee1Ltj&buut lV'torlfgQO"; "putNt r-e". 'NRG.Ea'zaa.. 'bri- $:1 -J SS

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by LlIUYUI'IIL''YULII, undeIeeQ' b.p'Ies'to Inm. the eiti 'e'Ta..a.8. ,: ....rt _' .'
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''. JOHN PBATORIOTIS, L. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. THE ns ofTal hue and .IodDit,. ttat he ha : I"'CO'!rJ Tp. .2(1). S.n-r '. "J Y' ijic '.
J.WES a JONES s S. opened a earrings shop in this place joimnfBrdkaw9 R-T..IL .
MERCHANT ''HE Pr jwi.loT> tmld Infdrm laon WAZI. WD01a *. .urD .
: TAILOR \ -
.. Dywtaft I..faj4 i
l'dfiD ,
? .1.\TWO,1S6ZM ptr'aaram( ad\"AnN. 9 : i his friends and the !! Llrery.SUfeles, ;P''lln'tll..rA1l SJ. r : s
Ds..w. B
Made and -s Sciert.;sad 0.'.
Dealer In Rbi Clotting public, that be has rebuilt his_ .
.. in the building formerly nneeVlId Vy J. L WAIL 00.; VaDiIhH.Fwttj .1I..at.et1lted Taud
n$is VERrrn the old stand and is .
Brick Stable
( large ftl ,
q'-. CentleBftsi'8 FnnlshlBff Gtods. his triend and wt em bale prepared to do aft skids of work in bis orheL&d.IQIItIrteP 01. W. PaI8tJltdW. :
flU IWa or les.tirt\i insertion, fl 00oh 11 I.--- prepared to accommodate easterners at the shortest notice and oo the most FiMTootX Prre Win
AM. He also baa attached t. bi.- Stables good Black- line, SPLENDID aseortaeot t of Cook toff.?.rttr fine Soap*. add !ran
1:1. I. .a iqoent a' *0Bosioea I am now rceei ng ny Fall and Winter sup and Hair Broabef fbf 1f<
J smith Shop where be willhsve have done all kind,of TERMS, and Wood Sto._.trimmed .)

" .". PN'lr-Maa'uc1. C&n1sIiertd at jot per ply of Cloths Cassimerts, Vesting, 4cJ Plantation work Horse shoeing,and Carriagework in snch as carriage painting nnd trimming; making new and durability at reduced pricea S Paiut Brushes. Fin PaBnr IrtfcUi,
' :.'.: ari1 d, 'MfZM'Qt81W1 marked with tb. unrnber oftoMrtwM Every Color Style) and Quality tile very best manner and with promptusks and dis buggies and wagons,anti all kinds of repairing. Having Ont Door Work. Garden They have '0y received Harwa a Lap Sff*nd n.PmJtvypyoftTeryTari

.: will be eooUniMd until forbid and charged patch. procured a first rate Rooflmr.Ornamental Front Head.GntUrir*.Cop tjof arthle bsnally l.

.. ,wdiiigjy. which J gi prepared to make up in the most November 5, 1P53._44_ Carriage Painter and Trimmer, per aud Tin Cmvtaelinjr Pipet.Sheet L .Sheet dnagpll. PLnten and FbytJrfaM wfll .Jft pt tt&IT
.tdrCWf5eatea of pnblication of l"
:. n tk* will not be given B'J1 tie adverUsinj fee ia .AND REASONABLE TERMS For Stic by P. B. Brokaw. this kind of work as well and in the latest style as it of every variety d.n. at abort notice. ded. and oo the most libtral terms

.-.. _& '- :. ', ''HE Subscriber just received a ca.i be done at the North. City nnd Country merchant Orders from the Cuunfry prooipj} iSJled ndsatjs&4tion
'''.f' -ALSOA T All thoee WhO have this kind of work to do. and guarnt .d, with regard ootk prift..nd
i:." r very large supply of Casriages, Are respectfully touted t*girt m. a.u be'rol. par quail
;,*, XJLKGZ: AlfD WELL SELECTED ITOCI OF Buggies, and Harness, which he offers wish it done in a manner tbat will not fail to give chasing hewbere. t;. l'bJiOlIfl'. prtleriptlc10 ar.fattf mnpowc'id.
satisfaction wcrld do well to call I on Also.Epprna'seompvuBd fluid Sfxtrttt
raetued from the of Ktttnt S
. READY-MADE CLOTHING, for sale on the most reasonable terms. WK. KUHNS. dI' N.B. All article maD ury Jaa I. 18616s
,1 November 18. 1854. .u material and warranted durable. No other arti
i:. S Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear, ___ May J, '57 11 .
'i. inch as Cloaks.Talmas Coats,Vests, Pants,4c, &e. MILES NASH & CO. U will b. offered for aal Cod Liver Oil.,

. ;., f which. will be disposed of aLlow prices. Piano Fortes. October 20, 186*._t_ of tie
in Medicines &c. ; PURE celebrated "BrtadV fl
.-jt Also large lot of Plain and Fancy ffhirt*, Collars Drugs, FRiSlI.i
-" &c. .t Co & RuabU
.-'I.. .' Und -rhirts.Cravats. Stock, HoMerr tc,ie. received from ttew York per bnrk R.H.Oam- 1TE are prepared to furnish Piano Wines, Syrups, For sale AMES" A

S' Those desiring n thorough out-fit will consult t.beir JUST' a general! 1It'8ortm'ent of articles in our line, ff1"TI1 TV Fortes, of the very best quality Otard Brandy, Sparkling Cider, Aprils. ISM.by 14 LTOLt

.1.' own interests by giving me a call as all the above nr- such ns Oils of almost every kind, Burning Fluid, upon the most liberal terms. OLD Port Old Port Jui..
S.'. I ticlrs Lave been selected with great care, and with a White Lend, Zinc and other paintsVind..>w Olasa! of They are second to none in any country either. Madeira, Brandy Ch nie., "

'I'.' specinl tisw to theiradaptalioH to this market. beet quality. Puttv. Brushes., Potash Soda. Sparkling to quality or price. Sherry, Sardine, Ii otice.SIX .

I October ]18. I860. ly-42 Gelatitw,London Mustard French Brandy (very best,) Every'instrument will be warranted. Sparkling Gelatine, Preferred QviaoM, Months frcm the first pubKeatloo of tla
S for medicinal Spices, Pepper., Lemon Syrup, MILES NASH CO. Pears 14.
purposes Flavoring Extracts .
.. the undersigned a dminisfrstor of lb. L.
: I NEW S'I'OBE-NEW GOODS. Inks.Quinine, Peruvian Bark Fluid Extract Buchu, February!3,1856. 8 Yeast Powders Tamarind, tats of Robert Storjrn d. faJtd. late of Leon

'I 4c_ Ac, and a general assortment of Popular Patent Spanish Olives, Spices ty, will present bis final account and vocclrriat eont-
: Livelv sa.L
& Sale.
. Ames WEBER & DANKHEIHEE Medicines. We keep none but the very best and Town Property for Corn Starch PxHes.] administrator, and ask for a discharge.

received tbe llowirKr. Fargean well hope to merit your patronage undersigned offers at private sale, the follow- Worcestershire Uitee, Salad Oil, DANIEL D.STURGES, jdU',.
& CO.
:B5A'vEitd: ,,s*'rtmentf BRUSHES which are MERCHANT TAILORS MILES. NASH THE destribed property known as the Jratis Lots English Mustard, Capers, Jan. 9, IU8. 2-ftm

offered for eae on as "\&..ble terms as can be af. Marh 29. 1SR6 18 viz: Lots Nw. 8, 25, 27, SO, 48, 140, 141, 142, 143, Claret, Coooa, .

& tded in any 'Utbeni Market viz: ANDLALZR51N Vi KULLA IRON WORKS 144, 226, 227. 235, 239,240, 241, 242, 243, 244. 245, :. AWES LITXLT. Insolvent Estate Notice

Paint Bro bu, ground fn'm 0 to OfxX'OO. READ r-Jl.-iDE CLOTHING 248, 24& 250, 252, 253 254, !66, 267, 258, 268, all January 6, 1856.Livery .
. do do do Opp j'-ouiid (rum No. 1 to a. I Ne Por't F1.a. in the original plan of the city Tallahassee. STATE OF FLORIDA. )

White Wash Brushes, ef all grades and sizes, t tW'lDdow AD This Establishment is Sow Under Full Blast. -ALSO- and Sale Stable. JEFFERSON COUNTY,f

do Hor.e do .. 1 1tki : GENTLEMENS' FURNISHING GOODS.11.11E ... I B fi 7 in S. JOHN D. REICUERT, administrator of the&a'.
Rri I latlt .lUue3, S 4. -f. Lots Nos. 1, !, S4, Comity qr. B undersigned gives notice ] Bur
j TH dora: late of Jefferson
. do do Velvet do SUifcJCJKlBETlrrjrre'TIUW flprum, n: \-1--1.-/'chtg_e I'U; an cotfjf}lu'r'I:1t.Vt-r' ( .'tlco.KI .G. -A L S O- :' that he ]has pur- deceased has filed in the Probate eotnty,
Rene Hair Flesh do curved and p'aiu' I, Store n?rt to Mewrs. G. J J. Meginniss I relative to work. etc., t-houM bi. atliln'! *ed to him. Lots N".. 4,12, I!, 15, ]G. 2'J, 25, a ,, tv, ,., \ .-' .hn' "d the L'Terf Stab' ofj.-1-. county. a written suggestion that he office believes of Jeffcrv
a well selected Stock of Fall and Winter C'i,in the South i William H. NowsoionTalhabatsee.h.wwjiI! the the ca-
Tooth, Hair aDd Nail Brashes' in great variety, All work coming under the head of tiiis, business County quarter. tate of Cimrlca BurgiimfT. b.
Inbnt'a do do I I Goods, suitable forGEXTLEMEXS1 The above described property formerly belonged good will of Ihe establishment and that be is now hMolvrot ThcrrapOD
will be promptly I mechanically and neatly executed notice is hereby given to all
Horn: do Jleh Glove 1 I WEAR to Gov. Brown. For further information and term", | prepared to carry on the business in all its Itranche, persona having claim
at av a charge as price of labor, tc, will ngaint estate to appear and file the same with
Wire Ixwnd Stencil Brushes.do sonsistmg in part of French and English Cloths Casfcimeres justify., which will be liberal,apply to A.Perry Arnaker Esq., ; and promises the public with good accommodation the Judge of Probate, of said county, on or before
his line reasonable -. .
do marking do and vesting of the latest style and best quality This Eetablishaient is not kept up for the purpose Attorney at Law, Tailahas.ee.CHARLES. i in en RICHARD tern SAUNDERS. the third day of May next when there will be a prt

Ijoa bound Roof do which they ara prepared to make up to order ina making money (strange to say.) as dear bought P. MANNING.Until rata distribution of the funds belonging to said estate
.. B&dIeSaib do workman like and fashionable manner, and on RIASOSABLJ experience baa demooetrjted to me, it cannot be don sold, the above property will be for rent. Sep. 6. 1856 3ft Arr-orgst the creditor thereof; at which time the said

Pooiiah and Lackerins dO TERMS. Also, a good assortment of in this region at this branch of business-but for the A. PERRY AMAKER. -- John Reichert will apply lor his I Coal diakarf

' GaiHers tip and Ominini Combe.Camel's I READY-MADE CLOTHING benefit of the unfortunate, wbo happen to have En- February 1'6, ltU6.! 7-tf Tallahassee Sash and Blind (rom the administration of said estate.

Hair nnd Btdgers Blen.Jers! gins, and such like. to repair. FA.OTC B.Y. THOMAS J. CHASE. Judge o/ProUU.
consisting of Fine Black and Colored Cloth Frock
do do Pencils, i I 78,000 Havana Segars
. Sharing Brushes Badger, Buffalo and Bristle, :: Coai, Fancy Cawhnere Business Coats, Black! nnd 2t Patterns, Siotk, Machinery, Tool, Jcc., king T lIE undersigned adopts (his method informing Oct.31. 1857. 44-6m
Hat do : Colored Kairlani and Over Coat, Black and Fancy Large, in Oi'dtr, and Good Condition OF the following favorite brands, now in Store the public that he has recommenced the above

. Together with a large lot of P :nts and Painters Matt Doeskin and Cassimere Pant, Figured Grenadine Jobs ran be 2'iirntJ Out with and for sale by AMES & LIVELY. business iu tli- city of Tallahassee, and would be Notice.SIX. -
. and Silk and Ca sinere Vests. ATetilness and Dispatch. 4000 America receive the his friends.
rial. Fancy : : Young pleased to patronage of Shopat Months after date the undersigned admmk-
. Nov. 14, 1SS7. 47 J -.ALSO- Shafting Piillief. Plumber Boxes, Hangings for ::(.00 Ho Napier, the Rail Road Depot. I. W. BOWEN. r :, of the Estate of John Ingram dmuej.
; Shaftings. Spur Gearing. Water and Slum Pipe, 6000 El Mundno Neva Londr., March 7, '57. 10 late of Oadsden will Lit final
.. county account
A ernod a'v rtment of black and fnncy silk cravats 8COO. Empress Eugenia -- present
Stop Cocks, Gauge Cocks, Grate Birs; Plow Castings.Scgar to the of Probate of said and
Judge ask
nl l ties, uliirts.! merino slkaud: cotton under shirts 5000' La Islctas county tv
GUNSMITH SHOP. Rollers, Circular and Upright Saw Mill and Madison Circuit Court. be discharged. LEWIS D.JONES, Admfr.la .
. c..1J.r'l, socks. jjoves Ac.
40HO Old
Gust Mill Gearing, Circular nnd Upright :awII. Ac., of his Wifa.NOT.
. The suhscriln-rs are new beginners and not entirely 2uOO Mon Muras, Cannon H. Shipp. Administrator of right .
. kc, tc., Generally kept ou Hand, or got up on Short 7.Utm
S 1 F..wWt-r.i'Ie.1 t..g.1cl\'e inf.1111 thvciliz'ni) I unknown to the community and they pledge Notice. In Fact, Here if the Place fr all that Want 10000 La Favourita, Cannon H. Shipp, dec'd.,Corap't, ,

:(1 this place ftO I eurroutxhnj country tbat he I' tiiems.lrf s to give s.-tisfaciiun to all who may favor Work in this Line Done up Righi and with Dispatch. 5000 Andesdes Rival, VI,

bas opriied n number "neGUXSlflTII t them with their patronage.J. Having some halt a dozen Engines myself con taully 10000 La Fontica Reddin C. Sbipp, Clarissa Win- t Insolvent Estate Notice.
I WEBER S 7000 El] De Orion, gate William Smith and Molsey la Cisao
SHOP, running, caused the Establishment to be erected ry. persons having claims against the estate of

and that he is now prepared to do all kind of .work L. DA -iIlEMER.[ the same cause must keep it up. Therefore, you can 12000 Regalia Londrss, his wife< and tbeir Descendants. I ALL M. Williams. late of Leon county,deceased
Brittoo and Elizabeth bis
belonging to bis !:ne of business io the btt nnd most i Sept. U. IS*:. 89-tf always rely on having work done At the 2000 Eleccion.! wife, and King their Descendants Defendant I are hereby notified to appear and fife the
Oct. 1'1, 1857. 42 ,
workmanlike manner. All work done at his shop : WAKULLA IRON WORKS.But same with the Jin If e of Probate of Leon scanty *a
or before the fiftl' :day of July,1858,for payment pro-
watraotffl.CaU A. B.GLASKJS -- DENTISTRY.DR. I appearing the satisfaction of be Court bj the executor of said filed
aidpire him a trial! J& Here Comes the. Next Important Thing. I IT rata, estate having a writtto
AUGUSTUS UKOWN. affidavit, filed in this cause. that none of said Defendants suggestion of its insolvency.

Shop next door to J. & G. Zuker's, Harness I S now receiving his Fall and Winter Stev! 01 PAY PAY PAY !!! T. J. CUR LEE, I I f that the said are residents Reddin C.of Sbipp the State re.ide pf in Florida the ,Slate but D.Jud.oI1robatc.W. GWYNN.
Goods in
SHOP. suitable Cor1eENI' i You will send to New York, Philadelphia nnd Balijuiorc. !- I V/\TILL continue of DENTISTRY future,, the in South prac- _
Tallahassee Dec. 19f 1857. 5l-6m WEAR I and have work done, without for a moment and Middle and East Florida. QBuL7 I of North Carolina, and I hat the residency of the said .
of credit, but here at borne where there
dreaming are William and MoJsey: Smith. and their Descendants
Go-Partnership Notice.'rlIE consisting in part of French and English Clot I 1:1. Cani- I no Banks or Banking facilities, or surplus capital, jouw.int He has }had several years practical experience in the i and Britton and Elizabeth King, and their; Descendant Notice.
the last three
of which has
mere and Vi-etings of all colors, and of the beat I 2 3, 4 and 5 credit and then profession, been in those
qua! years require His are unknown to the Complainant, hot that according Months after date, I shall as exeentriz of the
I undersigned bare this day formed a co-part-I ity which be it prepared to manufacture to order on one fo ride from 50 to 600 miles for pay, and proba- sections durable country.character work is of tbe most beautiful to the best information he can obtain they SIX Benjamin Johnson. late of Jefferson

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. 3y-o:? c G-orn:1.an., |! FASHIONABLE MANNER amount in .collecting I Is this right Is this encouraging All communications every sent to Mooticello. Fla.. willreceive Sooth Western States.It and apply to the Honorable Thomas J.Cha ..Judgeof

and wilt ciiiiinue the lju!infts in all its branches at : Home Jndustrj ? If so, can you be surprised attention as soon as previous ; is on motion ordered, that the Defendants appear Probttte, of tlJ Court of Probate Itf sad C"uuty.
S the Old Stand of TowSe} & Myers, where they intend Together with a general assortment of .' that It does not i.'irive permit. engagementswill and answer the Comp1a nant'. Bill otherwise, I for a discharge from''further administration f.ttlW sail

keeping Il fu'l a!i'rlrnMit of all aiticlc? ?pptTtiii.m I| READY-MADE CLOTHING Arrangements mCst be made for payment before the said bill shall be taken pro-cortiesso. It is further estate. SARAH A.JOHNSON.MontiVello. .

to tfirir! branch of Lu ne.s, and ii' jie l-y conslaiit attentlra I delivery"'of work, through some House in this place, oidered that a copy of tbi order be published NOT. T. 1857. 45-4nn
that will with stock St. Marks Tallahassee -that is far enough from four month in the Tallahassee I I
: to merit the patronn heretofore! exUfU''ed compare favorably any of Clothing or REJ'EKECZI : weekly >r Floridian
to the Lie firm. I ever exhibited for sale] in this city, consisting of home. Oov. M. S. Penny, Florida.; & Journal. Done and ordered at Chambers,this 12th 1 Notice.
SELIM W. MYERS. Fine BUdc and CoKvred Cloth and Frock Ooats, You may be good but we cannot run after our Ho.. J. L. SEVTARD ) day of December, A. D. 1857.J. .

R. B. GORMAN. Fancy Cassimere and Beaver Frock ai.d Bu inebs hard earnings in this DepartniePt. Besides, when Ho). P. E. LoVE, 'fThomasvills.Ga.Ho5. WAYLE3 BAKER Jndge.Dee. I. S x Month* after date, we the undersigned administrators
Coats, ban.1: to mike them- .* of the Estate of J hn Smith deceased
TalMmssee,Jar.uary 1. [16] 1858. 3-tf labor is credited out, parties try W. S. DlLWORTH ) 19. ]857 51-4m
Black anSI colored Cloth Beaver and Pilot Over selves believe it is not half done, because they owe RKV. W. E. HAVH.TO: } MontietUo, Fla.Hox. late (f Oadsden conntT. will present our final
rixrk Snrtouts In the Circuit Court the Middle Circuit account. and voucher to tLe H Jad/e Prol-
for it. of of j "o. oi *,
C. Mcfinie, 1 1Cot. Kr I '
GARDEN I. Raglaii's Black aid Facer Doeskin and Cassimere DANIEL LADD. D. C. Port f Madison, Fla.OBX. florida I cf said eounfy an'{ ask to be ('.i'rIiarrtd.THOMASR43ITIt.4

'.S GKOWTBOF1857.f 1'an'i, New Por July u, 1857. 28 U. WHIT Siinn. Alligator,Ffa. Enoch II. Forbes,nnd his wife, Susan t' .
Be ] __ JOHN H.S HrH. r'
!t Grenadine Barathea, Sitia and Cloth Vests, 1
weuld) csll the attfnli dir friends anrS I April 25, 67. 17 Catharine Forbes, Quian. 1(0"f. 91. 18.ST.. 47SinJ.
:" Fiiney Velvet, Casslacrc: tih:! and Cashmere do. I .
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t the public generally,to our present Large ant White Silk do., From New York, GREAT SALE OFSchool 'L I .
I I William C.Saunders.Executor, and
. wcTl elected! Assortment of Gent'Shawl-, Drewing Rob '. Fine Shirt, Silk, FEZ BRIG REMLiYG TON." I E-tber B. R!?e. EzecHtrix.of the I In Leon conn- Notice.

FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. Cauto Cotton Flannel and Merino and Jeans Undershirts, / RUSHED Sugar, Onion, & Seminary Lands. I last Will and Testament of Jo. rty- Cban- TilE| undersigned six montLs after date will prt-
\J Loaf Rio I ceph Miller, deceased. William to Hon.Jucee of Probate of Lev n County.'
Our Seeds are procured from a C"ld C imate, and 'LOTICE is hereby given, that in pursuance of c.ry.
will flourish the better in ALS-0 Powdered Java u 1 Saunders, James Miller, Joseph their final accounts of the estate tl Alfred M CutSio.
.msequeDtly a .armeror.e. N lacy, I will offer for sale at public auction, all the .
neh as our*, pg": Call early or send your doers, Bee Hive Syrup, Staich, LAXJ)3 I Miller, Daniel McCauley i deceased, and ask for a discharge from U.. athainis-
that may Secure the varieties you desire. A ger.erai assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and Dried) Apples, Soap, SEMINARY Thomas Clark,ntH] his wife.Martha tratioa of said estate.SARAH. %

yon AMES 4 LIVELY. Satin Stocks, Ties and Cm vats, Collars colored] and RIci"; Pepper, -AXD AI0 ALL TUE- S I C. Clark, and John Miller. A.BETTOlf. E Ir'x.

: January 9. 18S. 2 white Kid and Silk Gloves, Buck and Lisle Thread] White Beans, Ginger, SIXTEENTH SECTIONS, appearing Io the, satisfaction cube> Court by af TURBUTT R.BETTOX, EitV.iu .
j do. Ladies Gauntlets supenor Linen, Can-brie mid Folt] n Market Beef, Aloj ice, : IT fidavit.made and filed in this cause that \Ym.I rixht .f his wL'e.S .
at This I: Silk Handkerchiefs. Brown and Fancy Cotton, Lisle Salrratis, Sweet Oil, I and Innds selected to supply; deficiencies therein lylug C. Sawders, James Miller, Joseph Miller, Daniel 'pt.f II. 1837. '1I-r.
Look Thread and Marino Hose aiidltin in the Counties: hereinafter named at i f
\ Ae, &c. CALL AND I Soda, Sperm Candles, ; the lam's McCuuli!, and John Milkr Defendants, in the BilltiI..1
HOSE who have them- BUY. Pot Ash, Adnmanline Candles the times herein specified. The sale of lying I Notice
not supplied in the above stated can-, reside: beyond the ju- :
T I door of
selves 1 with stock fr th. present'r. I October 18. 1856. 42 Maeearoai, Green Peas, in each county will take place bere! the riixlictioo of this Court and beyond the limits of the
S would .t" wtrll to wait and see four I lot be _ ----- Mace Asparagus, the Court-house in which they respectively lie. The State i.f Florida; but within the United States: It is SIX months after date the undersFgaed. exwrtor
for. puKchajing ell1'\\"h"le. We have several fine Notice.SIX Pickles assorted, Tomatnen.Yeast sale] will commence therefore ordered that said Defendants, William C. the estate of Thomas Reynolds. deerai, f borse well broke. and also several A No. 1.inge Powder Current In Madison the 12th of of Leon comity willprrsent his final atehu..t. an. '
pair*> months Jelly, County, on Monday Saunders, James Miller, Joseph Miller, Daniel Me-:
] )harnesn liorres. which we will offer for sale on after date, I hall present my final ae' Matches Lobsters. April next C.iuley and John Miller and answer said vouchers to the Hon.Judge Probate of said county
and vouchers to the lion.Judge of Probatefor ; appear- and ask to be ducharcecL
the tn.t reasonable I erm?. -A'LSO- I Bill oa or before the first Monday in May next. 1858
Jefferson county as administratrix of tbe Estate In Columbia County, on Monday the 19th of JESSE AVERITT. Iieea'.r:
Weather rmittina. w. will be in Tallahassee on .
otherwise tie Complainants' Bill shall be taken
of Benjnmiu Windliam. late of siid r A general assortment of Teas. as
county dreeated, April next ; Sept. 12. 1857. 37- m
about th 18th 20th inst.
cr them.
confessed against Provided That of
and ask for a ditcbaige from said ndinmUtration. A LB O- In Alachua the 26th copy
HILL & HILLS. JANE County, on Monday of this order be published in a newspaper printed in

.5 Jan. 1$, 1851. S-tf 6. 1858. WINDHAM Cm Adml'x.Feb. An extensive nseoitment of assorted CANDY.For April next ; I Tallahassee. Florida once a week for four months Notice.SIX .

I ml* by R. II. BERRY. In Lecy County, on Thursday the 29/A of preceding the said Rule Day in May, A. D. 1858. Months after date. shall present my final ac
is NOTICE.HE Sept. 26, 18S7. SO Ordered nt Chanibers, this 29tb day of December,
Notice.ALT. April next ; I I and vouchers, to tl-c Hon. Judtv nf Probate.
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; Subscriber respectfully iif'ims the ppopl In Marion County, on Monday the 3d of May A. D., 857.. J. W YLES BAKER, Judge. Jefferson county. ns administrator with the
: : Leon c..unttl.at he ha*p rni3i -nty! l l'c ted persons are Jlerthy cautioned agniust trading Notice.IN next I I I, Jan. 2, 1853. 1-Jm Will annexed of the Estate of Mary Saltnmtall late

. -ijrns.1fn.r Ontre\ile. iirn'n tlw' road leading! fronlTal1abu.&t'e r a note made payable one day after date to of an crder of tbe Hon. J. Wayles ; of said couuty deceased, and ask for a discharge f TOO
Joseph 1).Tanner or bearer. for $150; hated pursuance In Sumpler County, on Thursday the Gth of FULTON FOUNDRY
t.1 bomasville.and will make repair. 1 st 1858. and signed L M. Saundere and Elton May next
by ; JOSHUA TAYLOR. Admfr ...
Carte and Circuit of Florida, in the case of George W. Jones
Waggons Boggles
,V. Snndrs, as the same IIHS been lost fi urn the possession nnd wife, et. nl. vs. John D. Thompson and Lucy In Hernando County,on Monday the 10th of Ta11.ahassee, F1.a. N.y. 7. 1857. -m
on the terma.1Z "bt'.I..
llnwing Tyring oti
- : wng of the undersigned, 'a h<> are the lawful own UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the
carts and buggies at 50 c nts a wheel; repairing: I ers. BUKNEY & SMITH. Thompson, administratrix of William Thompson decease May next; THE that they hare associated themselves in

wbeel + cts.per sp.'ke; 25 cts. a felW; making i Feb. 13, 185$. 7-3t I I. the uuJ/'raiup.d CommissioAers will f sell at I In Hillsboro' County, on Saturday the 15th business, under the name and style] oP Notice.SIX .

and skeining nxlc-tres $:.UO.for liounds $2.50 a flair I --. --- public nle to the highest bidder before the Court- ;: of May next ; Months afterdate, I shall as executor of toe-

bolsters tlJOO each; wajrpon tongue 1'1.50; coupling Notice.SIX douse door. io Tallahartee. on the 1ft Monday in I, In Manatee County, on Tuesday the 10th of Cardy, Baya & Co., Charles T.J. Siegett'.. late of J.flrr- S

pole 60 cts.: painting nnd drcM-ing buggies (5.UO; March next the following desi-nbed lands fo-wit:- I next. D. S. WALKER for the purpose of following the trade of Fonnde rs and son c .usty. Floras] deeea*ed, render my final accounts -

Bugzy abaft $2.50 a pair; Epring bnis bO ct?., .. weeks from date the undersigned will apply E4.ofNWINW t ofNWSec..6Town.1IL' May Machini&ts,and are prepared to execute all kinds of and apply to the Hon. Judge of Probate of
. And all other work in proportion done in my line of the Judge of Probate of Leon county for Fetters 2. N A E ; E 4 ofS W 4S E 4 'f N \\ }. N W 4 S Register, $'c. work appertaining to this; bu..mesSteam Engines said county for a discharge from further admi*a-

business, dune in good order und nt shortest) notice.D.M.BEVERLY. of administration upon the estate of Henry Zeig- ofNW4See$1.T2R.N&l: i. : SEt of N1 Jan. 16, 1858. S18tAdministrator's furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction. tion of said ellat t'.
Sec 86 T HI N Jt F. E. of S W Sec
2. 1. .J 4, 25,
. ler. deceased. + ; ---------- Mills anti
J. B. JEFFCOAT.Feb. Sugar Castings of nil kinds n'ade with CHARLES T.J.SING ELTON.
S Jan. 20. 1858.4w IS, 1858. 76wAdministrator's T 2. It 1. N t E ; S K 4 of S E kSee2GT2.: R 1, Notice. neatness nnd dispatch. Plaus and estimates furnished Qualified Ext'r.
N do E, containing 44(111cl''s more or less awl I I. ilig of all kinds of
.5 in the of Leon. Also 40 "f land adjoining 7TM1E undersigned bavin* been nppoJllintt'dumin.\ Machinery and Engineering. Theyare NOT.!, 1857. 48-om
also aide
Mantillas Cloaks &c. Sale. L agents fur Hoard & Sons Steam Enginesfor -
istrati.r, with the will
the above tract and a nwnll tract in the south- annexed of the Efttati of
T dwith' -- "* T u _t.f .1.. imv ..f U...h ern part of I eon county belonging to the Estate of Frederick Towl-! lately deceased, hereby gives notice Ginning Cotton. Grinding and Sawing and liarriuifs S InCliaiicery.Abraham .
Hoods, O before my Auction Room altofST'verSpoons, '.. Xj.1H>vujj._ J....... 1'....>..faa1tfJ eall to all creditor, legatees, and persons entitled 1 to Grist Mills for steam or horse power.JOSEPH I
Printed Plosh do Ac. R. H BERRY, Auo. aud the balance in one and two equal annual instalments ]- di"tl ibutj,", tlml tlicir; oUitn; and demand will ba CARDY, K. Allison
Basque Cloaks, Feb. U. 1858. 7-tds with 8 per cent iotrresl. barred at the expiration of two years after the granting WILLIAM BA Y A. W*. .
fAUn Wrappers. _. G. C.TOWNBEND.THOaJ.ftOBERTS, of letters administration unless exhibited with JOHN CARDY. William H. Gunn and John G.Smitb.I -na4--

S Moire and Cloth Cloaks Ladies 1 in that period. May aO,,'n. 22-ly Administrators, de bonis non of tbe den Circuit

Rita Velvet do Dress Goods. JOHN D.F. HOUCK, }Co'. And all persona indebted to the laid Frederick Estate of Cornelius English dee'd Court, Middle

. BbU Black and Brown Sable Fur Sett, T ATEST Fall and Winter styles] of new and bean HINTON SAUNDERS, Towle, er to the la.e firm of Towle A Myerr, are Winter Supplies. and Joseph English,Josiah English, Circuit
Children's Fur Tippets and Cloak. JL/ tiful Side Stripe and Bayadere Robes Ilr Silk Jan. 20, 18M. 5tJsSheriff's hereby required to make immediate pavment. I Thomas English, Lacy English of Florida.

BUTLER A DENHAM Poplins and DeLnine, Trimmings Laces Embroide .---- '-- ------- Mr.Scum W. Myers of Tallahassee/is authorised OUR STOCK is now complete and open for in Joshua English.Elizabeth English I
. Oct. 17, 1857. 4S rice, ic.just received by Sale. to act as my agent in receiving notice of claims, and lion of and comprises as usual], a good seleo] Nuncy English. Jane S. Johnson

HODGKLSS, SCOTT & POOLE. I payments of money, and for all other business connected Louisa Lastin f'r.and her husband,
Rice Rice. Stpt. 19. 1857. 35Congress BY virtue of a writ of fieri fncias, issued from the with my said administration. Groceries, Hardware. HolW-ware. ,Tin-ware, Sad William Lastirger.

O/Y TTERCES"RICE.' 20 Imlf tierces do. Clerk's office of Leon Circuit Court, wherein SIMON TOWLE. dlery, Crockery. Glues ware Cooking and Parlor IT Appearing to the satn-foetion of the Court by
OV/ Water. Julia Fennel is plantiff and Noah McElvy, James L. Jan.g, 1858. Z Sioves. Dry (Jo-xls. Iron and Steel. Fur-
for sale to arrive Henry Kmt from Cliarletton. affidavit made and filed in this that Jo-
per uitnre. Hat and cause
MCNAUdHT. Page and Francis H. Flngg are defendants, I have .. .. _. Caps. Boots and Shoes and
sephEogheli and Louisa
ORMOND 4 CO. Laatinger.aml her I nsbaod
. FRESH supply, eceived. and for sale levied and will Yankee Notions of all sorts. ,
just by upon for sale, before the
A expose William
?. 19, 1857. 51 AMES LIVELY Court-bouse door in the city of Tiillnlmtpce. within Notice.SIX All which we offer for sale] and respectfully| solicit above stated Laaimger, defendants in the Bi'l fit d in th*
reside beyond
the of
Sept. 19, 1857. I Months after the first an inspection of same by our friends and tbe cause, jurimJictioo
S 88 lejral hours on the first Monday March. 1868, the publication of this no public this Court and beyond the limits of the State of
Notice.WANTED following described ]lands, to-wit The the undersigned will his final McNAUGHT, ORMOND- CO.
: S 1 of b E J prevent account Florida but within the United State It U therefore
hv two young Ladies who have had Hats & Caps. S Sec. 86. :E | of tbe H W l, the S W 4 of The S W J, and vouchers as administrator of the Estate Newport. NOT. H, 1857 48 ordered. That Mid defendants Joseph En li.h.

] experience in teaching and arcWeil and the N W $ of the S W J- of Se<. SO.T. 1, of R. 1 of Eliza J. Jerkins, deceased. late of Leon county Louisa Laslinger,and her husband William Laslin-'

qualified teach all the l.i.bf-r English Branches A. Fall FlNEassonmentofHAj'&CApS.L1. and Winter ,. Ea t; the N W J of (he N E i, and the N E i of and ask for a discharge W. B.M; ILLS Admt'r.. ..ETNAINSURANCE ger, appear to and answer plead er demur to said
French Mu Styles the N W 4 of Sec. 2T. Jan. 23, 1858. 4 6ra
witli'Druwiinj, P. inting. and Ornamental HODGKISS 2. of Range 1, East Bill.on or before the first Monday in March nut.
work. situations in or near Tullabasse as Sept. a, 1857. 88 SCOTT trachera. They would prefer sItuations together. containing 322 85-100 acres, more or less, aud to be U. S Marshal's Sale ken as confessed against them. Provided Tbd a
Adntaecd Shulaii preferred. Saiisfactory testimo- sold] to satisfy said writ according to law. Also. E OF HARTFORD. of
'.5 & copy this order be published io a Newspaper printed
alaJui8ebo1anhip can be eivf n. Address Boys Gents I, of the 8 W 4nfSec.2adlhjeNE i of the N FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH NEXT. in Tallahassee. Florida, week for four S

S Hiaaea PENNINOTOHT S WALKER, ,FALL & WINTER CLOTHING. 'W J and the N E 4 of Sec. 11, in T. 2. South of R. 1 BY virtue ota wnt of fieri acme, issued from the Incorporated in 1819.-Charter Perpetual Months preceding the said Rule cues Dee a in March. A.

Box 877 MxmtgoroerT, Ala. East levied upon ns the property of Noah M ''Elvj '. office of the United States District Courtat D, 1853. Ordered at Chamber, thmjls*day of-- ':
,Feb. >, ISC 8.. .w". CALL and see our Stock. It is large and veil ae containing 2'1tf 87 100 acres more or less, and to be Tallahassee, in and for the Northern District of CASH CAPITA r-81,000,000. tolxr, 1857. J. WAYLICS BAKER,
HODGKISS, SCOTT A POOLE. sold.to satisfy laid writ as also a writ of fi.fa.issued Florida"wherein John W. Cowart is Plaintiff and Judge of Middle Circuit.Nor. .

Flows.A Sept. ; 1867. .. 88 from Leon Circuit Court. wherein D. C. Wilson William Temples is Defendant I' Uve levied upon 1NSUBI AOAIXST LOSS AND DAMAGE BY TIMS, 'l, 1151 ,45lmBurning ".
plaintiff and Noah McElvy U defendant.] Levied and will for 011 TERMS ?
expose sale before the Court-bouse door ADAPTED TO THE HAZARD
'tur PINE alebr LOT., .Tiriow- 4zei'. Butler & Denham upon a. the property of said defendants and to be in the Town of Quincy.00 the first Monday in March AND CONSISTENT WITH THX LAWS *

,1UGH"t ORMOND 4 CO.! now opening their FALL and WINTER laid to satisfy said writs of lien facias according to next, one White Mule levied upon aa the properly 07 COMPENSATION Fluid

Jan 11-., 185S.'". :4: SS .ARE which comprise a complete and varied lw.Jan. 29, 18C&; R.55w SAUNDERS, Sheriff. of of fi.Win.fa.Temples according, and to law.to U sold to aaUsfr said writ B. C..LEWIS, 'Agent. 0, SUPERIOR QUAjiTY.juatforsaUbv rffflYed ADd

> assoitmeut IU'every', department. In the Silk And For Tallabaw and Yiciaity.q1I" AMJE3 LIVELY. .
JiY rpoOiackSaIt.S ,Dress department will be found some of the most E. B. BLACKBURN Marthal II, 185T. U January 91/1857., *, -
'beautiful] and elegant, ., Sea Island Seed. BT JOHN G. SMITH, Dej/y. Marl -

S 25OO'Oal' Bdi J OarrtlrdAily ex SideHtriped Silk Robes D11fE Sea Island Cotton'Seed, for sale by Qui'1, Jaa. II, 1868. 4-t Health Bitters.S The Original Extra Quality.

Will be aolajgw: in'large lots Flounced dark ground -LiMcNAUGBT, ORMOND. OO. .
.-r B.f..IIJ'W'hale. S do u 4'lrIgbt. _Jan. ft1858. "4- SS ,Notice Tna..wrermr from Dyspepsh. Debi1it,.,n. CORN aTARCH. S
os' McKAUOHT ORiiOND Solid Color Moir. deranged state of the Stomach,
A CXX Antique
-, 1I4. -& Black do ds Florida Beports. p. hereby given that ReceiTer'a Receipt No.11,788 .&0.' these Bitten are recommended by thc PREPARED etprwslj,fcr 'ddihg Iw'Ori: 5:

S ,-,Fl mced Bmget,'win colored Issued to ox for f2Uli. pMd by me to th Uol- Facultj, u.a certain curio For sale byNOT. : *'Manps, Costard*. Piea. PorYi3ec. I
"' tifShOeI: ; Delaine! R..bft.. Baiw x 0MPLETEIn6ohumes" S ] ,, ted State fbr Fractional Section No. fi, of Township S S :BUTLER DENHA'3L, R4reeiYOI.. freslby AXES',u Y. "
; S ; \J McDOUGALL ct HOBBY. ,No. 8. of Rang. No. :
t North and Wed 'and dated 14. lyst. Otf.I..1.n ': '
S >.'I'optbf'r.WltI*'..,*******'',BUfk 8 4* : 4S. .. "
i : t; 'iI; .;.n\LIf. 6 BUck Silk .Velvet .Ai.1857.'S JO TftlUhiuiee., September 21, 18S4;ba been 'lostordetWed0tl I -

lIf'R lan.s't'4eIEUOTS&SHOE$ Pigtired Meriooe Plain BMq do U8 Black;wJth* 8hepordt.Plaid,' that MM entry of Und having been ,QunmiEr! : S L .a"MI.. ;: u.e. .
: 3ombsmoe French .5 f S ,
LAR eaneeedl : .11
S 'vsnrly and idMciiTXioa! Embroidered 8et< Bdnseli CIGARS ,- E'JotJQ..r.'r., yUitOeoeraiL; offic, .It.i'i ,,JDl jutwtion ; '
.-" Jr' yo a, SCOTT POOLS :: v point Appliou dta. to ipply. for th.g[raIment of the jHircha USTI'.C.IV.d! 800 Ouza 8BlpU 4wJ.'aei I HALF'BBLB LftcA ftn sH rrkgt.tot..w
_. H. SetuEejdprfBtl-OttlTtf7T. -*IOualilt Cse K S. MoDOtTGZLL4 flOflT metM,, Signed, VLP8EY 0. TALOLh 'W Parr rftuditogeti.rwithagreatvaritty. 20. ;Md fcc I ",.tC( _!lf hjm1'ta ff"
." a ; )1'1"11 fl. "". 11 'an4', 181. J.h-: ..fyaraCbemiea. .t1l11$6L1VBLT. .lUGET,0if08ri)*SX

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