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: March 6, 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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ptfto1b gasmen Three Southern Senators I conchisixe: on the whole, than those of the I Fight Hetwcca Messrs. Clay and Collcra iLnagunUfl

__ We find the following sketch of iMessrs.Dvi others; he accumuhtes facts and arguments, WAsui: orojf, Feb. 20.-A personal diffi* of tie

WM.: E.SOLICIl ANDERSON ij, llur.lor and Tooin'is' in tha Wafhin v\iich! hi the mas are irrefragible. Ilm culty between the Hon. J. B. Clay, of Ken Ricin oitn, Vs., Feb.
NASH & CO speaks but seldom in
MILES ton correspond- oi the &'l. Louis Dem .- bntlabarsJndefatignbly tucky, son of Henry Clay, ar d Mr. Collora, tion of the Washington equestrian ftUtaa tofrU
; : atA the committee. He hns 'he 'rare merit of late Clerk of tho House of Representative "*
IH this city to-day .wu; the grandest-tod
crat: pruning what is useful to what ia
Xi D- merely
resulted in a regular fist fight between these imposing demunetatlotuiiaKyJtitneftJKHa thb
DRUGS, SlS? PALMS, OR IN E UITY Yesterday, (Januar- 18,) when Halos popular, in the filling of his Senatorial: office. gentlemen at Brown's Hotel to day. It appears Old Dominion."* An ia3mens9.tn9lUtadc.flf
the fide of the chamber I Of the thie- I think he is the least liable
speaking, right was to that Mr. and Mr. Cullom
)IA1IANNA0 FLA.T3RACTICES Clay were strangers, from almost, lectiw ofr tbfc
every ;
JIEWCINES, OILS ---- empty, (as it generally is during the delivery error judgement. Toombs is very much rinkin at the bar of Brown's Hotel, when Were witnesses of the interesiinj
country ,
inform their ncn
WOULD ive on hand a good assortment ofiuc JL nnd Frnnklin-in the Supreme Court. TTnubingJL at Mn-- of a group of three, who sat ne.ir the center break a lance ; but Hunter, with the greatest sire of a dc enerata son,*' at which Mr. Clay Among the dislingmshecl vMiortf+tJif'W? J

articles naVe generally kept in their line of business rinnnanrJ in the United States DirtiictCourt ,.t of the vacant space. This remarkable groin; firmness, seems to possess but little! ccmbativcncss expressed himself! indignant, when Cullom Brown, Postmaster General ,' 6fi
aai 1 will be receiving regularly freth eupplieE. Theii ApalacLicola.] I which wore the air if not ihe cnsig.is; ot! pow. If affirmativeness, or the assertion struck Urn.: ; lRojit/rt
the of War
Secretary LJecL Gen.
( terms shall be i eLsorable.Tiase. Sih. 1S53- H- REFERENCES: or, auUioiity, and public n..e, \-.composed of personality, is tho most tliitinctive mark I, Tha Tribune correspondent gras the fcl-! TTm. C. Rives '1IondwM-verL; t9itvHon.
<\ April Hon.J. Vi'aj Je< Baker. Tallahassee, of Senators Davis Ilunttr 'd! Too'mbs.They : ofTnombs* th.l ; ;
r. oratory, generalization ofDavis' | ; statement dstd 5lst Ccl-
H. L loving SuniLiy : John A. and I.,. Washington" Gpjr. KeweU ,
Rulcf-s Agent S. Vr. R. Bank ,
Dr. Miles E. Nash, Hon. .1. J. Fiult-y. ilnri-iina, were engr.ged in .lit earnest colloqny, analysis and cocibinatiO' may b" ; loiu entered the bar room of roTn's hotel of New Jersey ;J'Gov. 'Holly, oCC i tt1geGet.
THECITIZEK8 OK I-aac V;i.igccu.'Ag which, howe er, was fore ign to the argument. said (Ic be tbo peculiar distinction of Hunter'a. I where HaM-kinn and Mason stand5jj.
OFFER* HIS morhSSIONAI SHITICESTO : t. B. Columbus, Mat 1U.Oj?. Clay, wore Harrley, Gen, Penifer F, rSmhlittOd
TALLAHASSEE ANDSURnorNPINCOOC.VTET. Dec. 12, 1S57. tO-6n) Hale \vas boialir.g, for though the connection lie proposed ou fashioned Kentucky Major Van Vlcit, offho *nrjy, nacd.Jit
kFFICJH with Dr. JL Nab immediately cattof tbe of their voids w.is biokon btfoic it drink ia which sill!! the (
( EIvIN parties participated of others, including Mrs. Crawfordth0JdJ
r ?
/ HART ,
rracl.rd the ihiiroivi.." distinctly ;
Tic ; g.iery: V j.CCjCS.GicI3ra.'fhc
\J j'd e.I1y uas ho commenced conversation L*
cf tho late scolptor. She and Her-ti&dng
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t 1S. 20 ttcr:2.ct: fiudiblc1. :! cf t! cirj.1jslrafion.!
.11.; piW-Eijua
: v/iih bow Ii had removed! from
:: following recipe far Clny, stating tens re the gnetls of tbe State
i CI 'A !, NOTICE.Brs Tallahassee, Florida.ni.L They woro togttlier uitdtr ll.o wncrvision of somo nrJrstgiireu | from tho ccl"brited trcntia of Dr. Pereira wherj he bcard-'d the lion la his dem.Ho .-
\I i-rnctipt in iho Cn-i.it C.ur3 <:f the iliuQ'C ? sec, ; firrorable, but lImb cCre t worthn ng .5t iaOP'* i '
Hcftertson BondFTAV'iN'af.ruitvia D. tnet. -r.d tLc bupn-t.p C<'urt rf ili v.iih; the faculty of illustrating history ; en diet. The honey gives it a peculiar soft- spoke ol l.u long devotion to an admiration early hour. The roa r of artillery, the tramp

p.irMieisljipj-i -practic Sintc. ra.d tlL.ii-i ii. C..i.rt .f the Uuit.tl Stntt-s, r.t and character: by atatjde: and i-spressi' | nose, anti, front not being fcrmeuttd with for !bic l ftithr.Mr. of long lines of military,.tbejwafjng of banners

Li of ihtir profusion,co olter their FI vices to ihe c.tizens Talklwfpe.G. & J. !{itflt1't.iOfi. o over tl.e! htcrcf ilihjs. ;; v.I.o deiijctd! : to puint% lh' in i ir. ficsco on thv.z j yeast, it is less violent in its action when Cl.iy answer by saving that Gcncr&lLorli and Hags, and the fljraiojof masw frcc

if fiilJaliAoSce and surrouading: country. %rtn. SO, 1S5P. iCoPartnershp S j of llip new Senate chamber, the coni- opened, but requites to bt. Lept a longer time Cconiba had once na CLicI.i4.i\v amba some of the finest bands ia thacoutryid4.tt
Office over the Stoie laleiy occupied bj Bet t j bimlio'i! could not have been mere apprnpriats'v than usual before nsc. Tr'lii' ? sugar, five ador also beirdeJ the lian in his
lt n Feb.& IIi.rgs.28, '67 9-lf Notice.HE !! ranged, than clnnco arranged it on pounds : l. nion juice, ore qmrttr of a pi.t ; his expression, whiclf some bystanders ceremonies of the day. <

uudersi ced have this this OCC8SOII. Toorubi tits r.mong the opjios honey, one quarter of a pound ; ginger, supposed jocular, was regarded! as an oOVn- About ten o'clock the proeessiotf
E. BARNARD Jrs 9 JL partuciel.in in tbeWHOLESALE day entered lato a ea >iioi: on tLc lefi, Ilcnler r.ud Davis on Iho bruised, five ounces ; \valfour gallons and svo; report by C: Hom! who aik if he n-ant formed, and was composed( rthIitad.t:

) lig'.C;: ; "d the- fact thoi tin? two first came to {4 half. hull the ginger ii. three quarts of the to insult hi ::. Clay ti.2li.IinoJ! su"h intention tingaished guests, GovernorsCongrciai,.
1 Da'si"1! !, the or.e gr.ivitr.ting to it frci.i a water for a half tin hoar, then add the sugar, Judges, members of Legislatures, and other '

DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS 1 remote, the ether fn rn .1 near pcif, may bo lemon juice, and honey, v.ith the remainder TLc interrogatory v/a repeated, with the civil officers Firemen, MasonsjDdd-FcHows,

g: AT THE OLD STAND, PICK under the name and style of 1 held to indicate which of tho three i is the prc- of the water, and ctrai > through a cloth ; same reply, but was accompanied with the Sons of Temperance, Reel Men, Drc'i s,

AMES&LIVELy.THiYwi1I1)1easd 1 I ponuoratiug bou'y in the \-Eteri-ii prepondrrance when coll, acid a quarter of the white of an menacing use of Cullum's finger, when Clay Rechabites, United Brothers, and 'yartoo*
[ ihcie be ; and \.hose li 'uic should i ar.d small of said he not acousiom I be addressed
OF TilL JIOHTAB, I' egg, a tea-spocnfull essence ofler was ? to other benevolent societies, citixsn*, atrahgers;.
to tc t their friends cec'c'ji] :i.<_ foreground; of the pi'ture, i if any >cn : let the whole stand four days, and in such a thi eating manner, or words to that officers of the army and uavpX'hewhoI.-

c .- and patrons at the old stand of D.II A mcs, 1 pee"dc-nr! :" is to be recorded. Davis sat } bottle ; ti': :" will keep many mocthc. This effect.Cullcii t. procession was under cbarge-of Major General

Corner of Cllutou and iloutoe stilts,Tallahassee. wLcictLev.vill! keep a full and general eric-'i r.r.d composed : Ilaiiter listening rested quantity will make 100 bottles. became more excited under the Wm. B. Taliaferro, as chlf'f marshal, assisted
January 10. 1556. 3aMEDICAL __ __ asrortnavulof ArliclcfrHppeitaminc-lo their his head L's 1.td r.iul Toornbs
jni en ; incli-.ing conviction of an intended insult to him and e
D. It. by deputies Col. Fattrttlerdjr tj; $
nc businebs AMES. FOSK TnnoAT.-[ !have bepn cubjcct to ,
OTCL''e M. LIVELY. lorvvardvr.a seakirsg;! vehemently. Their sore throat, and have tnvariably! found the denounced Clay as the apostate son of a Army, and CoL Ellis, of the Virginia cIlids..
January 1. ISuC.n 1 icspt-ctivc iittiti; !cs 'vcno: bad illustration noble sire."
The moved from 'Fweiity.Grst
PEELER..3. C. EATER.Drs of iLt-ir iutllvidtiaHly.! Davis impressed the j following prepnation (si.'iip'e' anti cheap) Clay said that his physical condition was processon
A. Second
highly efficacious when 11 ed in the early up Main to along Second td Broad,
DENTISTRY. spectator, \vLo ob-encd the easy but author- 1 snch ::s would prevent him from answering a down Broad to Tenth and thence tb
Peeler & Bates tae Pour a pit: of boiling water *
ilalivo hearing with which he [lIct> ; asida or ; cpon blow, but h could net resist proclaimi'-g Capitol square, and.raade a truly magnlBcetit
a-MOciated themselves iti the ; twenty-five or thirty Ieives of common ?2ge ;
practice audited to Toornbi' nggo5tio"s wit'i! the Cullom "a d-d scouncheL" Whereupon indeed
HAVING : aud Surgery letpectfnlly offer Jet the infusion stand forhfn! Isour Add display ; one, seldom evr witae led
notion of borne slight fupenorij> s-orue hardly Cullom drew back to strike:
in thii section of Union. Gor.
their 6eu ices to the I'uUItc, in the treatment of all I '! \in"gir sufiici?;!! to male it mo'-.c-rately acid, Wiser
acute as well ns chionic dseabes of all characters ; ( rtri'l1l1. acknovv lodged leadership ; and iiunle.'s attei.tivenoss and honey according to the tse. This combination The foico of the blow was partially arrested an eloquent address, welcomed the &traag ri

Office. WaukeenaL, Jefffisvn co, Fla. and ihipa&sabiiity were character | rf l ll.e: a.id the emolientj by the spectators, but still reached Clay's! present to the hospitality of the city, and was
Jan. 9. 1658 2-tf istic of his nature, for his profoiiiu of i.itcllect : asiiingpi.t nose s.r.1 caused :t to bleed.! The two were followed by John R. Thompson, Esq., who
seldom fails
!inci'le to produce the desired
wore the guise of stolidly, and his j then separated and uithdrex'- d"livered a beautiful ode prepared for tbe occasion.
iT.'Ct. Tiie iniusimust be used
JOHN E. LLOYD continuous industrythat ot .ners-a : \\ liloTooinbb' \! as a gar- It is proper to say that Cnilom'a friends Senator Hunter, the orator tf tbe
It has this
] r"veral tim aivantr.ge
a day.
j gc :s -
quick utterance and rstlesT head, j that he understood some obnoxious
represent the
it i is the I day, then took *nd delivered an
pleasant to
over gargles
ANDCOMMISSION v.n'Luifrr.ed] civ* )t"e that he it.ti'ndcis- ] be-jicke his nervous temperament Mid r.ctiviiyofm.nd. many i reference to have been nude by Clay to the I oration that was listened to with profound at
and be swallowed
_1_ itiu Quinoy pn);ics iona.y! pcvcial times dnrirg i But though each i k ditT-ironi 1 licin tnstr, may occasionally, t j investigation committee, in ccnnecticn with t t tention throughout by all that could with
MERCHANT without with advantage. get
the prebei.t year, wiitic he will btplacd to wait on citLer of u>s other, the three hare tC7cralaUibUii not only dargem1.ut ,I other remarks, before striking-. in bearing! distance. The exercises .closed
ill thuM-) VIM Liay: be i. xvr.nt f !.is niccs.TcelJj .
TALLAllASSKE, FLORIDA. )-iced] 'tt Che-'pla-lic' Proofs, a prrce I Ifrrt1v ; > in common. They are equally j Clay called on Senator: Johnson, cf Art., by J. Bnrron Hope, Esq., delivering an bde,
1s _1:! __ wLiji t't1ii.g; et is'v- eminent :.s .itsinen: and debaters ; they are i Don.-.rif: VTAST.-L.iuics v.Lo are ia the ;I to act n< his friend, arid a peremptory mes- and Robert G. Scott, Esq., an enthnsiistiospeech.
u-d fur full SUs. lltt.1e.Li < f tLe bes-t erlujc:... s (1V.ttj to iic tame cause ; the\r arc iqjalsii hah.! it (fan : a :not laudable! atr! comfortable i sago was cor.iirjuriicated to Cull--m, to which I -
} E .a, mRRY, c.in be i-h i?vn iu its fa s-r. "Will h" in Quinny oail.'sJav i: rank and jin.b in ambiiion ; ar.'i they a.cabuut habit it is) of m iking domestic bread, cnke, I accfptpnrc was ii nified, so soon as a com- I The slatao was saluted by a discharge of

Auctioneer and Comini icii 10h. 1'tlru.rv" tl.e 1st. and -'Bi'I 1M'jpn.ain. J.J/.V1S.til! tic tl.e fcamu age, and r.cr.e: of J.cni, letoug &:n., are informed i that ?}hpy can eniy! manuf.ctun patent second cod! be chosen. At 1 o'clock artillery, amidst the load and prolonged cheering

MflCHNT.LLLA1A9EEFt.2 Jan. 16, IflS.: 3-tf } A'neric.i take retire wcrs c-iti:crLjau > llK-ir PWM y.-ct:, by rt'e'.ding, to the no choice had been tae: : of the immense multitude of spectators..
: or mt>u. lacho. I c.ie aga.n to the f- Hov.inlirections! : Boil one pound of good d
: Everything pn,s off handsomely iritbout'any '
-- ? oTec2-. likjihch: uui.iisgi.Lhed l.io.-i! uoni fr.'h fl.'ur, r. qaaiter ci'a pou.-d c> hown: sugar, | A !Stw FilliillLsteringExpedito1.! serious accident. The Stata dinner was
S. 8t KHIGHT rtit-ii'i! iiCc: and fbi zn, D\i-; reprcrenU iio I and a little ?n't, in two gallons of water, for .

Br A Cj: N jnr..n *\ .-:.h t-ingnlar i's'ejuy, ji myof 0110 Zitu.. V.nen milk!! virm. bott'p' it. Ptdfins' --.Correspondents--' .,, 1 -at 'Washington- .--' -.state*that- a sumptnoas T'I._! -., .I- affair. .-.-.tffL t .i
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION KERCH ANT (1ONTlUES t', ofier Lia Trofe'sionhl Ser\ices to j t-ut i\j-3 ba correct lie i* -. It will be nc 10 use-in tW'flt'f'oushotira. venturous pinj n known cs filib'jstT3!! rn., arc viewed by Lieut"t.reral Scott. To-n !htj

TALLAUAKSEE, TLCCIDA. \.1 the c.tken? tf Cciitrexihe and a-joii inj'- iciI-, tfll and snuv/y, v/ith l.tir: hair, griy eyt'?, One pint of this yeast xvill :tae JS'.bsI I now assembled r.t tie! Capitol, and that rr.- I there is a grand illnrnination the'greater *

September 1.1S65, 05 bririiood. P.esidence changed to Cetitrcvil.c Cffice ; which are clear lather than; blight, high log I of bread. mcrc arc afloat of a novprr.ent to extend the portion cf tho city. << i. .

ML'GU A. CORLEY at l.ia&c.rC i efiitienr, 1S57 e.. J2-tf J I head, tr.ight.r.ose, thin, compressed lipaandptiikd I PICKLING Eot; -If the iblbwinjj pickie area of freedom; in r.a entirely new direction. The hall of the Young Guards no.rogres. r in

; ; e-I.in. IIi chocks arc hollow, and 1 were generally known it would be more cenernlly I The arrival of the Ex-Dictator of Mexico, The Baltimore Citj,Gnards aro

L Attorney at Law, Nathaniel Hamlen, the \.ciuiiy of his mouth is deeply furrowulv.ilu used. We constantly keep it in our Coiionfort who has neen driven from his their invited guests. Two or three other lulls

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. COMMISSION MERCHANT, nieisectii.g linc-s. L<,anni'Sa3 of face, !! family, and find it MI excelJpr.j pickle to bei i country by a successful revolution, seems to are also in progress. The entire city,in fact,

length and sharp-iC"-- feature, ami Icrgth i eaten with cold meat, tic. Tli3 rgs should i.-arp} givt'ii a now impuhe to the spirit of terriioii.il is A scene of general festivity and eojoy.
1' 1S7. No. SS Po\drs St New Oilcans.liefers .
Jaonary S-ly ili! liuib and iiiifntsly: ; of expression, H'lidueJncute
1 be boiled hitrd (say ten minutes,) and then divested aggrandisement.! American, especially menU -
RICHARD BEADFOEB. -0- by a.'gular facial outtln?, are the general of their ; when quite cold pit: thorn in Southern, eyes having ionz been turned in Besides the Baltimore City Guards, Captain -

to GOT, James E. Biooiie, TaliaL.Ece.Georce characteristics! of his appeara'iur. I jars, and pour over thorn unegar. sufficient that; direction, ibis late event has quickened Warner, then; were present from Wash

ATTORNEY AT LAW, 1 Gj! Wm.K. I'ailcy.Walker,Jefferson K--Q, oouatj"" I !should imagine th1" blood ( f PocahonL'.s to quite conr them,) in whidi has been previously the public: interest, and caused many t ) look ington City, the Light Infantry, commanded

TALLAHASSEE FLA. T. J. LM.U.U, Ktq., eniichcd the M HIS of Hunter, fur 1 lis: completion boiled the usual spices for pickling ; with longing eyes to some future contingency by Captain Davis, and the. Teiigers'bCap.

(Office in the Post Office BuilJInr.: .) J. G Pn'nam.' Iltq.] lladon though f..ied! is tinted with the warm tie the j1t5 down tight with bl.idder, and { that may re>ult in the practical incorporation tain Schwarztnan. Alexandria was represented

MT 23, *57. 21 Jjnni"! I'f-11 IZq, Hamilton co'ojinir of the native race. He is of middle i keep them till they begin to change color. of that country with our own. by two volunteer companies, commanded
Auji3ci'j; !' Stetle. &q, Levy size polidly built, and black hair. His features
We are inclined lo think there is more reality by Captains Devaughn and U.e her Kor-
WILLIAM SCOTT, J. J.! Sri.4irg. IVq.. Gadh'icn] neither : nor ezpressiip I i Dn.\rMss.: _Take three diops of a sheep'sgall
pronincrit '
I than fintc.siii this matter. Indefinite folk an'l) Portsmouth sent a rhota 'regiment.
ATTOaWSV: AT LLW E. Jtwairg'oit' Lq.. TLomat\ilIe Ge- though his nns'.' is slightly-aqulli.ie. His { warm, anti drop it into the ear on going I
Oct.2i, 1S17. IS extension is evidently a character of the An At one o'clock .to-mdrro + Mr. Ewettt*
iioxTicELLO, FLA; phvfiquc would at'ract: no iuspectio i if public i to bed. The ear must be thoroughly syringed. glo-Saxon race ; and a people confessedly great Washington oration vrOl.badeh'rtred

uly30,18SS. SO t 1 jnBeni. from ccr tex, nnd his quietmi3 of demeanor 1 with warm sap and water in the morning.I I unable to govern themselves by any system at the theatre,' xvith a presenthtion..bycuL.
the il'.or of the Senate 'vou'J! not !I The call t.iusl be applied for three stir cessivo
EXCHANGE whatever, certainly afford a strong temptation G. W. Munford of the cane and spy glass, tff
Li F. Young, designate to tile r'"T'ger! the leading i cnatf-r | nights. It is only efficacious when the dcaf- for the indulgence of this propensity, especiilly Washington, to Mr.'Everettirid Mr.' innceyMs.
ON NEW YORK i and tho -t-iarch of thi fala'c-r 'is prodccr-d by cold. The most convenient
4 4A 4SOLICITO1 ofVirgiuia, ; i ness when the change! unlike! most fillibnster-

1w In Seas to Suit Purchasers, party in Congress 'i'he pervading frfitsE'IOU !' way of warming the gall is by holding lug exper.mept1, i is likely to bo effected with- SprBc.zo IDEA OF Hiuvrw.
of his is that exhaustion it in silver over the flame of a can-: '
counlonnnt-e a spoon
JUt serious opposition from the to be Preaching at Shiplej, near'.Leeds-. Sptrr-.
| party
IN EQUITY, o : tr.:3 r-
', above has been
iiulolenc! iiidificreisce. Jtjt !'MS j de.! The remedy frequently
; ordinary
n-poie annexed. We have alluded D Disk's wiak
stirring times and important goon ? thatii&mJght
Courts of the Hasten CIr .
in the
practice *.
WILL W. E. DANELLY apathy aiJ: immoliility give the !uuasure tried with re-feet ruccer.V.rIu'R&orJNG
of Fioiida aai the Federal Cour.C ;. i events before us, and in the early spend an eternity in wandering from six to
(OFFICE AT cuysvtLLz, AL cnt-A COCSTVJ) Agcut for the ItlAHIKE BANK.. of his force cu extraordinary cccr.siuiiP.It \ : roi Doors AND Srro s- fu'ar": .-6'nr. Rcjndiican. star. For me," exclaims Mr. Spurgecn.

REI'ERZXCES: i\ retr. o, 1S58. C-4t [SeT -.' requires r. strong irnpi-lss to move bin, but Lnfd: oil, <"nc pint ; oil of turpentine, or -__ let it bo iny lot to pthsi'a: more glorious

CAIT. J. J. LUCAS, ) w hen the mOtiVe pv .r 1 r.Jequa'c! Liu z.o- carnphinc, a quarter of a pint: ; yel'ovv wax, a On one occsson; during Burr's old age. study. My choice shall bo this: I ahallapind

COL. J. D. AISET, > Cnarltf.on, S. r. &. IL CLARIkTATGlliiL nientum is great. I quarter cia pound ; Iluigundy pitch, a qua-- when his hind, bat low-spiiiteil landlady,had 5000 years in locking into'the. wound i iu tho
ra ,sca tt Tnovrsox, ) Toornbs i is stalwart in the body an.l 1 vaiiablsjn ter of a pound ; To be meited together with met with: an affliction, she said to hiin : left foot of Christ, and 50DO jears in lodkiog

DC. JAME? S. Joscs, Tzi'la'imtr, Fir. \ MAKRj ex ressio:) of coup'enance.' His black a gentle l"at, and when required for use, to Oh Colonel, how sr.zll I get through into the wound in the right foot of CkrisV

Juni? 4. ___ -- -____ ___ ______ hair is slightly glided, li- 1 iir.fk eves are: bu vanned and well rubbed! into the leafier this ?" and 10.0CO years in looking intothe: troutad

A. PERRY AMAKER, ; -c. -7'iic ::', blight, and his lith tihu- ronip'. xion 13 subdued bc-foro( a fire, or Iii thC hot sun. Should Icj Live through it, my dear !" was his cm- in the right hand of Christ,'and 10,jyean?

TQ OULD leipcctfully info-m tie ciJzeni t f Tallaba by thought. He 1".3 h-i-. e:4Tgy, vi- j p.vired, when melted, into small! galii-pos! or pliatic reply. more in looking into the- wound in theleft'hand

Y Fea. nn-1 the pub'ie jjenerallv, tl.at lie LatsLen vacily! ar.d fluent animal rpiritr. 'i hoogli tin boxes, for sale.A Still complaining, she said, This will of Christ, and 20,000 years' ia looking-
TALLAHASSEE. the ola el-rd of J. C. hail My 21. 18S3. 20 to repair LnruiicfVM: ; or, as tie! !ladies!: would say, MiMtKE ron A BAD COLD AXD COUCH. this." ..

EDWARD 31. WEST. 1Yalc7.es, Clcclc, tir.d Jcscc'r;', f.i3ci.i..tnj.! He is equal to himsjlf on all Solution of acetate wine two cf ammonia dr.ichms two ounces, Well," said he, "die, then Madame.We .- The Pope of Rome hai'ordertd td""KSiprin.' ;s '
Allomcy and Goimsellor al Law in a 'workman like manner, and at the r: rt rcr.sraabl occTiiion?, and teems to be fami'tarutli the I ipecacuanha drachms solution of muriate of must all die ; bat bless me, die gamp." ted and published the 'eode cofthe""t iest! :
wine two ,
rates. Persons having good \Vatcbes that fail to merits of every question that comes be-fore The story suggests the ruling characteris Greek translation of 'the -OUi_ Testament- '
LTAUASSEE, FLORIDA.April3.1M6. I run well from having been barfly repaired, en rely the Senate. Ho has force of character, force moiphine half.i drachm, treacle four drachms ; tic of the great conspirator. He Committed.it which
is to be found [fltljG.'atjth collect ion
i Take
at bis tablespoonfuls
add two
tm right bop.tzr
eight ounces.
having put water -
: 14 upon of fancy, and the knowledge reipcd Irctn severe is true sins but he whined
: All \\vorn warninled if well csed. ..cj I three times a day.A grave never of manuscripts. It is numbered 120.B iu tbibrary
FLOYD & HOLLAND, Jan. 16, 1S58. ?-lj and protracted itudy. over the penalty, faced the consequences and dates from the fourth/or latest
Of the three he i is the most formidable antagoni&t POSITIVE CCEB Ccas.-'flie without and disdained '
Attorneys Law.XT1LL rou Cinching, to apologiseor from'thearly part of the flftb'certury, and is
in the Circuit Courts of Middle CO-PARTiEUSH1P NOTICJE. in de-bate, not from tupeiior powers strongest acetic acid, applied night and morning express a conliitioh which he did not feel. for all denominations of Christian! believers of

VY and practice West Florida, and in the Supreme Court HILL & HOYLE. ot argument, but from his emphatic dogmatism with a camel's hair brush. In one week Even during his four years of pitiable exile the utmost importance. .Cardinal Mai worked

f tb* State. Also ia the District Court of the Unicd (J and assertion of his own personality.Jlis. .- the corn will disappear. Soft or hard coins. in Europe, his only regret in contemplating on the present edition-for ,twenty-six years,

States,in the Northern District of Florida. 3!. HILL end JOHN J. HOYLE, of Talla oratory is discursive, embracing argu- his poverty, arises from his inability to see and the present commission,,whichv s.appointed
R.J. FLOYD, Offlce ApalacLicola, Fla. JOHN) having this day associated themselves togetber rnnt, dcclrumlion: and l denunciation, and Late and Important from Mexico. his daughter and her little child, and to pnr. by the Pope after 'the Ca-dim1'

Dec.22.D.P.HOLLAND 1655. 51 Office QnBiy, Fla. I in busings under tbs! etvle. name and firm of his clear, loud accents, range the vocal gamut NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 25.-The steamer chase the beautiful gifts which Le desired to death, for three years more. Tbaliead o'f tae

HILL & HOYLE, Theic is nothing conveiitional or ar- Tennessee, Captain Forbes, with dates from lavish upon them on h his return. In a word, Carmalite Order, GeD ralf Procurator Padre

WILLIAM S. DILWORTD, and Trill give prompt attention to til orders in their tistic'in his style, which is vigeious, natural Vera Cruz to the 21st inst., has arrived. Burr lived and died as be advised his only Varcellone, bas just poUUhed a.'pamphlet: is'

Attorney and onnscllor at Law, line. They arc prepared to execute and carry on the and occabionally'rudi- He is a strongman, But little change has taken place in Mexico. landlady to live and die-game. which be announces 4he cocopletlon of tth f

CAR PENTERING B USIXESS, expressing himself strongly and earnstly. The new government is violently op work and immediate. publication.t .
MOyriCELLO FLORIDA.TTTILL Davi& voice is what the opera people calla WHAT I HAVE NEVER ,KNOTTY.-- have -_ ,"* >" *
in all its various branches and from their long experience posed.General -
; -
practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir baritone. It; serves well the purpose of never known a poor man to obtain a premium **
in the Running Gear and Screw j&minai, Mejta is committing terrible out Toat THTOB OtrrooxaTboi fflotl filtered 1-
V T cnit.andTb.0248 and LowndeB County, Ga attention for though monotonous it is at a fan, where there was a rich man to
to ,
and ether machinery hope by prompt public speaking rages, and the people of some of the States own** of bomahtrjr of wbtcH
March 22.1856. 12-ly busiaeel to merit a liberal share of patronage. All pleasing to the ear, and fills a large circle have applied to the Constitutional Govern compete with him.I specimen
LOXG & GALBR1ITU, orders from the country promptly executed. Calls witht ts Eonorioug cadences. If Toombs is for aid have never known a naturally disKone small,'Aaerca! can boast, lanotr said toBe t
ment at Guanajuato, operate against
TALLAHAESEI FJ.A.MA. from either of the Counties in Middle lorida. and discursive, Davis ia didactic. Ho stales principles man to become morally honest by becoming Gem Grreeni a, native'' o'f Weaterp ,BRss arf
AxxoEXErs AT LA\T, from Decatur and Thomas Counties, On, shall receive him
.LONG &3.B.ALBRAITH have aisoci attention. and rules rather than facts and argu It is reported that the States of Vera Cruz, #church member.I but now resident Iflinois. He 'bfaa'jn.

tfaemselres in toe practice of Law. They Feb., 1856. 6-ly ments. He gives the ultimate inference but Gajaca and Puobla have united and, sent have never known a minister of the gospel telligent boyjlS' yeart of *Itho'be *
Till attend The Court in the Middle Circuit,the Supreme suppresses the mental process bj which he forth eighty-five thousand men, and forty pie to be called from a higher to a lower .
looks 50 d andmaci aroatler
Courts sad the Dutriet Ooartiof the United SELHKQOFFNEW discovered it. When be rises to any ques; of artillery against Zuloaga and his salary., ; perfectl J ,
StatM atToUabasiee. AT tion, you may take it for granted that be is, 'ces I have never known & poor man expected than Ine f ls ed- Tom 'J1I1 '
cppoitetbe Oourt HonM._ master of tbe subject. 'I'he.faculty of -: army.Zuloago because he'was pqpr; "* p' ,: -'
generalization his all '
\ t-I ** n tf v M 9 < YORK COST has issued decree, mating h
would seem, to lie Ihe dominant into the 4 Levity IiliexL 1. *foahn jii4Je
duties on goods imported country
A QtfE** BTOKfc ttP.'XHS' PZIT _..
his mind. He1 sometime. affects "the I. wise
one of of Vera Crnz and t 4u
AMBROiPES'I the Tatnpi-'
FOR through ,ports Why is a loafer in a pi-feting office! like
butwith'doubifu'lsuccensand shuns a
14H : pathetic, payable the Capitol of Mexico ; otherwise -
4. i- j}' th realm,of'ihe.'unagioaUori,. Even in hia coil 'suclr payments will cot b recognised. shade tree ?Because we .are cfad when be : '" '4 '- 4' i- '

A11E : T HE Subscriber la deiiro'aj.oJTj'ctnoving from this speeches you cannot fail to recognize the evidence ElPo'reo'comrnentr severely! otr the leaves.5' i"M"MMHHMl MIifflV-MVl-M MHMH* so'gadTitaveno! beaozuow'4 VYtt' '.; ,-' 1

Store. place, and offers his entire ,. of jijrea't adii-inistrative'capacity. He action(the United States Minister the Hon. There fs no greater- oUtaele in the way of' 'W-Lit". : .w

bLEmsIzy. : $TOQK OF MERCHANDIZE, is'equallweljjquilified for shiming in council John: Forsytb, in imitating the cohdnct of the success in life, thin trusting,something to U Cau80' I -ciuleat .t enj ,.' '&*,i-*

i te nov.ln ie3iezo. ,eeborpugbly 1tJou r the teptirpoae conswtfrg partcf Dry.' Good*, Clothing 'Hardware, and:'in ontrpverajr. : representatives of Ihe, European ,powers, In tarn up, instead of going to.work ami turning I please" .''. <* lf f -;

dt&0 Patiiir Ittetto ii; ; & ; : : 'HantcrVoratorj' earned, logical. find recognising the new'aiitBoritiea of fcxco.A up something, . .. .. ,. .' -a--. f1"*1. > *. cood
: "T NpW'Tr
.- .. --- :- jn "aTieap''fof,little money.,, A..woid to. torte ;Vflfs'slylo Ia eniingntlj prapUcalj and little explained, & little endured, a ;.liule Tbe man who passes t raugkf4bont. Eve.y j 161 UaTtattbvir -

piod ddcnt 1JALL 8OO.W irtcuve. :; Thouh"neither. rtannoJ trk.* paised: veraLaToibe.a)1d! lotb*- ragged enemies cannot'bate i ,character,. -'Vwrth"}
&) QBflLI : WM7KCOW.;, -t( .'. ug.in pnrtnJfi speeches> nre* more tiling and atoms will fit like mo
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:telievo it ut-erJ.xJ, ) ; Evil ,times!! ; ; << .part, trock me'&" blow, '1 ,demand .,. -- [ .Eorroa':J:.'aitentkm, ." W' '
1 anoth. 1: 'b
-- --T--: : are slrorfgly.iiJavor! ono gentlemaqftWe to : 'DO..IDBOPE.. to two yor!
; 0: country. : such eircumstaneisand fnend, :.cale cOanito I ,

: n (Io a specie. :.stan' their R.. W. John ti it ,authorized by : ? TIlE : CoL \ om'theiIg.-
;t *> AIiRIv4 : nature of I Ortng Spring," which demand .
y $ ;' i in one word, that ,ngitated. If confer with any- 'one. -you may select. brief notleo'from me. i

: .. z.-v- : more of the rep transpired Your' obedient servant, AMERICA.Cotton To tho first I have only] ,To say that CbJ.Leitner .
and bel of sub the social JAMES, misinformed
8s a was to my
.z u.OOTTOS'beea > is wanted is, not the disturbed and ; l 1 Wx. CCILOX, &c.,,& Advanced Over One F.rtt In*. at Ocal I did not then,a nor do I now r deny rk

to-day' naP so much as the dently the FEBRUARY 22, 1858. HALIFAX, Feb. 27.-The British steamship the promise to build a ro:from "Hatchet
;: 8LI & I Creek to Micanopy. was the best
: : : and a restraint government, dated 20th inst., was re- has arrived. She left t
proper : Your note, America, Capt. Ryrie, of knowledge,and belief such a, promise
4I; l -- great desideratum I appeal from I at 11 o'clock yesterday. Whilst I Liverpool on 13th inst. She reports commer made mado I fy, Mr. Yule the President of
attained should be of arms' bound to give you that satisfac and three days Railroad
,) i ) cial news favorable, brings the Florida Compny.4hicb,1
': .-A. B. I you demand, I cannot omit to no Mr.
: and the bloodless sanctioned by ,
I our Legislators : later news than the Anglo-Saxon. ibanb
'.. President ; I I i assumption, that I have assailed you Joseph FInigan and myself tho only
t young I and without aggression on your part. tors of the Company then I
:: sent and inherent Point, : used language which, under the at Commercial. then that that had presnt ate
Customs I of Cotton tales of the week 77,000 bales, promse bn
and in view
there are cer country's : circumstances, your by the Board of Directors of .
Hugh habitual use, which : ing had an I I regarded as intentionally offensive, speculators'took 10,500 and exporters 7,500. I now add thai it has not yet Cop

This : escenccs should be ess and informed you. I asked an explana The cotton market had advanced one fourthof Cot Leitner undertakes in his letter to gttrd

toweJ : : in themselves spiling for a I what I regarded as sarcastic and un a penny (Jd.) and in some instances somewhat a history of the interview btwe GoPer
tion. wrong ti I I received none ; but, on contrary, I' and the four Directors of
.*;. i' to the spirit and ob. into one I heard a reference to circumstan- more. above named, which resulted in that Ra

.:. I ution and charters ; I I regulations I me, which I regarded as still Cotton sales on Friday 15,000 bales, to Should the Directors of the Florida promil

': other ccror, Bladcnsburg, I therefore repelled what I speculators 7,500. The market closed buoy. Company ever desire to make Rla
R. B. I. every insult. friend Hon. F. K. publc .wha
are aggravated I hJ tured by a an My. ant and active. Money was eaticr. Bank occurred at that interview, it
: ,Hh the is authorized to confer with Hon.
| spot, little rates at-3 cent. Consols at 90.to 98 on time enough to give my recollection of what
:,. one particular error per
the G ; i did take place; until then I would iint have
j I great indulgence of II j approach Your obedient servant, account.
construed into either ,
silence assent
: gives us 1 my or dt
j convenient WM. CULLOM.
of the The
ie: citizen many. i JAS. B. CLAY. Specie from California-Peace in Pem. nial.To
t violated law \
to extensive specula j Mo. y.itir anonymous correspondent, I Or*
I Feb. 27th. The steamer
: formed a NEW YORK, -
instead of distiibuting j j urally adapted: these preliminaries, the parties made ange Spring," I have no reply to make. To
1 with California mails,
of this They met, for the tug of war." Culiom, ses Taylor has arrived the citizens of Marion and Alachua counties,

the means to honest, Bell. the challenged party, had the right to she brings 81,600,000 in specie. Her Cali. I have to say now only what I have ever

himself business men, whose Bell's pistol the weapons to be used. He choose fornia state news is of an unimportant nature. said : I you want tho road you must furnish .
for comparatively t the means to build You are abundantly *
the Law it
: practice is certainly Williams, -distance sixty paces. Notwith In the last abfb to do so ; Florida RailroadCompany
. come accommodations to I and fired in he is said to be a crack shoCCullom The war in Peru had ended. is not able to do it without your'

diet a I parties then willing to go on the field without battle fought between Generals Vivanca and aid, and those who seek to persuade you that

. among them generally, on terms : \' having a little private practice Castilla the former was killed boldly fighting. ono foot of the Railroad wi be built without
card .f mk for doing good to assistance,mislead ,whether wilfully
own account. A Baltimore your yon
parties. So paper says .
- circumscribed ; that Congreei or ignorantly it is not for me to Whether
dcpendundency which I the affair. arrived in that city, incog., and took WASHINGTON, March 1st.-Tho Senate the Florida Railroad Company say.would accept

It Banks and customers 1 Among all ? at Barnum's. He was accompanied took up tho Kansas bill to.day. Mr. Green of your subscriptions to its stock on the

icle the : I of the one and the to be the of Congress and the Rev. Elder gave notice that he would offer a substitute : term propose by Orango Sprng I leave

old and affec- actual in whose name the rooms were taken. for the bill admitting Minnesota with Kansas.He you to the !
I seriously I ) which I: find in their minutes adopted earlyas
visited tho -store of Mr. a
for of tho banking of battle. / gun made a speech, during which he stated I
PJS- 1855. .
, t practices which !, the pan." \r in S Calvert street, and selected that Whitfield and others had been driven .Apri the whole subscription public or

Co., of : the legitimate objects One A. C. his best rifles, and then proceeded to from the territory by threats of afsassination. private obtained in those counties (Alachua,

. in this I of the Navy residence of a gentleman near the Mr; Collamer, of Vermontmade speech, in Marion, Sumpter, Hernando and Hillsbor-

Baltimore county, where he practiced action ough,) shall be applied exclusively the .
. from for the consid I B. Boutwell" : which he defended tho of the. New t.
a hastily/
with the rifle distance of work lying between the Cedar Key junction
a fifty or
Aid Societies.
cholic. readers I! early a day England Emigrant '
in.aniicipation and the waters of Tamp! The whole
yards. The firing, it is said, could
. of their affairs -
(' in tho next Lcgis- j I j I matter is before you for your determination,
be better, and in the course of forty March 2. tn the Senate ,
mander B. WASHINGTON, whether funds
of action Bank to supply the I'i you manage your own or entrust

the : !:: of our State. I| ted him as the figure was not once missed." to-day the House bill was passed, which enables them to us, we need in either ease your

.. These -- -- I among : meantime, friends of both parties in the President of the United States to zealous co-operation, goo feeling and heart!

eral ;E:, 21th Feb., le.'j.S. i I I tho affair was and prevailed upon the seconds to fulfil the. stipulations contained in the third support Springs,,"such and the one signed that" Fairplay"of Orngd iri

. hasten I ond, and the matter to Senators Crittenden and and sixth articles of the between the
and through your treaty the same paper are incalculable injury to us
cessful ) 1 I public of an event of I| 5000 from (' : for settlement, when these gentlemen United States and Denmark, of the llth of weakening our hands and seriously jeopardizing

.. was : \\" Ioanxous; we ; of the the following award : April, 1857 for the discontinuance of the the completion of tb to Cedar

!' WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 23, 1858. Keys without in the slightest degree benefiting -
structure the speed of our mails grew out of Sound Dues. Tho bill provides for the payment .
have examined and you or any of you, that it annoys me individually -
General has been i Rhind to bo carefully con of three hundred and three thou
: j :: ninety- bitterness
and much manifested
I the facts connected with the recent to see so ,
. designed ; I'rb and ourincmI I was opposed between Gen. Cullom and Mr. Clay, sand dollars, according to the terms of the I am not ashamed to confess. But in all my

!1 some plain ; and the is duo in London connection with the Florida Railroad Com-
. terests. and liy private J 6 are of opinion that Gen. Cullom ac treaty, money on

. ful, I the schedule !i'Uie' !j character of mistaken impressions, and was in the llth day of April:! next. pan, 1 have nothing to reproach myself with.I .
and that tho honor of both challenge the most rigid scrutiny into the .
After parties
I the travel from i pie : Mr: Douglas called up for the onsidcra.
as an entire of its affairs, either by
that Gen. Cullom shall make a sat. management
answers hare been I ted Slated, in apology to Mr. Clay. tion of the Senate, hs! resolution asking for myself or its other ofcer I did wrt the

regard :i -iug an earnest i iiiralo, tins : [ we further decide that the acceptance information in relation to the charges of illegal resolutions of tha meeting, te request

void thus I ; but, as it was not i apply to I he terms of settlement t by Gen. Cullom voting and fraudulent election returns, in of Gen. John Scott. I prlu the

I t : there must be !some :J! Lieutenant, seconds of the parties shall be con. ;. the Territory of Kansas conditional assignment will be made a is
I therewith and asked for in those resolutions but the idea
time since a compliance restore The bill for the admission of Kansas
!I ,
who be overcome. : as a
: Gen. Sco'tC and others and
: relations of the parties. orginateditb
corded I \- ; we were greeted : apprehending J. J, C1UTTENDEN, State wasdiscussedj: me. But I claim the special

. mosities, J j Tliomasville stage:, i j! [to the Stale[ R. TOOMBS, paternity of that resolution which refers
in his J I by 8 o'clock It turns 1 board a hip A. KENNEDY, WASHINGTON Utah, March 2.-Tne War Department to the location of tho road, and I freely

tious of o"l II been brought about, II III Rhind lays .i,1 terms vlero accepted by the princi! : has received advices from Col. John. admit of that Gainesville.my object, Mkaxi6pyand.was to induce FlemingtonnefgfiborhooeJa the citizens

antecedents thus the affair terminated
which is I agencies above slated, ;I ; son, in which he urges the necessity of nn to sn1b* ""' ihiftntt of

been for : I } CitizEns of our town J to lio hasty, 1i: -S. .DICKINSON-- .1112: KANSAS early arrival ol military stores and trains, their respective abilities, in order to secure
bis got up a l>o..... _.,'UT, 1 .nominate.. the locatJo'n by and through their respective
: : .-Hon. D. S. Dickinson, of New with a strong escort fonts Gen.
Church, while the worthy horn in in a paeton. places, and thus to make the Ford RallrodCompany
I lias ordered two sixteen
that to honor the occasion tleman as lJc in a letter addressed to the Democratic Scot ) wagons, substantially] to a pm'

. soul. I him an ass." of the City Washington! most hundred mules with seven companies of most imprudently made by certain of

.. Alas and fully endorses President Bu- cavalry, to start from Fort Leavenworth by rectors myself among the number, without
The has I
\ thing poor been
having first better that it
the 10th March.
A Few course on the Kansas question, dc. alut \a
I Instead
c e can be done :igain, within our power to it .
1 j himself whithout reserve in favor of Gen. Scott has also sent in great haste to
he has a Ono more, Mr. Editor, and I have
is applied' Let edi- pl'o ,
f The j': admission of Kansas with the the military commander in New Mexico, to done. or stock of and its
ress, petitioners( : cor- tiy's expense Constitution. Mr. Dickinson has Comp'my
occupied i I The advocate furnish a strong escort to Capt. Marcy on his enormous dividends 11v th cupidity,
the next a firm and unwavering of
i Postmaster Gene I
.: and i I rights of the States. I return with mules and military stores for Col. of Orange Sprg. I would ranch
from pendent! of I
this fulfilment
i obliged to him would his
history ... .. Johnson.It open purse
Where there is a iiiil we publish at Horrible strings and take little of it, only seventeen
- Tragedy. is believed that is the intent of the :
needed .
GAITLK. i i dollars on the share has so far been called inr
- diums. or : oar painful duty to announce tho oc I Monnons to in'terc'ept (the train, and commit and it is not at all likely that we shall call

value to \' appt'ar'lllast week, Kievet (:(' 1 I of the most brutal murder it has acts pillage and reorder,if they are able. fO more than ten dollars per share more during -
i onr lot to chronicle. The unfortu.I -
bounds \\T c are hap Dragoon*, has the current year. me much
I \i4torJ
William 1' of the
. that the im I II i ment Lid hostile, ) Rushing, one Market*. pleasure to eshibft tbe Company -
present i uf the First (' \ of our County, was well and fa
MOBILE, Feb. Cottons 11 Jc. to him whether he subscribes or and
him last week 26.-1\lddle
that have I by haw !" I of j I the whi'e ( of the crime Richard Vickers per. Sales of Cotton for the week 27,0 bales. even if he obtains no other reward, will
a permanent ar son- .
in hereafter have the in future
many !I Iii!! brevet advantage some
of the deceased Tho receipts for the week arc 23,500,
of the since I was a member of the
: errors, stage ;|I iffaetion. This: ] pst communication of knowing some little .
: Church, and, to the time of the bales. decrease at this or
1 : Lava : prompt. Whether I piise' as Humey I up against 12,000 'Te what he is writing about, and perhaps ,
of courage lived in the same house is bales. The stock ia .
new of the same (amuse I' vcrc ami\ p &( father-in-law the most port 56,500 16,0 satisfaction acknowledging that he has been
on friendly
; to do with this im brother fiHicer*, The circumstances the against 143,000 bales guilty of a very great piece of injustice to.
F ment to attending *
. The quarriil these NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 2G.-Sales of Cotton myself and my associates in the management
apprised. are :-
such of I[
by sequence of the Florida Railroad
visited )M.irtial few i the 16th inst., the above named par. to.day 6,500 bales, at unchanged prices, and Yours Company.,

the Seminoles. reckoned one of with a young Mr. Rushing, sales for the week 64,500 bales. The receipts GEO.try.
of the arraigned on the C.\LL
Ichepuckessassoe store. After
says that in the !believed] by a 58,300. The stock on hand andon .
and ( l their purchases, Mr. R. and
. cution, an From tht Fti. 27.
to Bowlegs and shipboard 389,500 bales. The decreaseat Tampa Ptirar
seek the lroc-c, ing to return home, but the lon.inlaw. .
- tion the Seminoles shall I alleged to have ready. After a few sharp words, this port is 135,500, and at all the ports Army News.

of the United States Sumner the )' former started homeward, leaviifg 40,50 bales. Freiht are weak. Sterling Capt. L. G. Lesly's Independent Co. M.-.

; After the \' \' months they shall impartiality bumnT took at the store. When within a short Exchange 107 a V's. was mustered out of the U. S. service,

tion of their expenses paid Ilarney from }\: .f Soakrum, they stopped for the NEW YORK:, March 1st-Sales of Cotton in this place! on Wednesday last. We are .
. plea in a note of the of adjusting a barrel which had .
tIle West the to-day bales-market advanced J of pleased to learn that Capt L.reorganizedand
& : on ?em- no irply came, from its place in the cart. While thus 3,00 re-mustered his day.
Company same
which lies be manding an the son-in-law rode up, and the a cent- 'Middling quoted at 12c. Flour
that refused
were to
Choctaw nations, of the District! (( ) Rushing remarked, You must hue quiet, with sales of 7,000 barrels. Wheat Capt. Oscar Hart's Co M. Vs. was mustered ,
for them for some designate. In ; we waited for you several times." dull. Sales of Corn,41,0 bushels-market out of the U. S. service, on Friday or
: and letter marked ] was returned tart when the
a reply, this week. Capt H. will again enter
a : i is to pay them im. was surprised asked an explanation of his conduct. unsettled-Whito is selling at 6; Yellowat te .
. at their Western while in the ( tho 69c. Turpentine heavy, at 45 a 46.- service, as soon as he can recruit a Company
monosyllables were only re.
In call of the '
' which he will have little trouble
Rosin firm 47 Rica we hope,
.- ing fifty thousand dolars; fifficcr lie could) Tho old man approached Mr. V. at a 471. quie.CHARLESTOY

farmers and it to the War J on horse, stating that he could March 1st.-Sales of Cotj j in doing.'Ve .

. -- tlioir children, and action remark as, that the ) ; no longer." As be nished the sen ton to-day 400 bales, at an advance of J a $. j regret to learn that Capt. S. L. Spark-
which Mr. V. struck him in the breast with '
a declines the service.
man again entering
. It is possible one Ilarney are AUGUSTA., March I-Te sales of Cotton
mortal wound. The
the inflicting a
as of i
point ]' : Capt S. during the last two hag idea
be to-day were 1,000 bales at advance of years
or so niay given an excuse: for i itqggored n few steps when Mr. V. an t
ystem. or the exact amount purely aec and meeting, succeeded in stab a i< ,Market irregular* tified himself with the war, and, at this time

: and riod tie in It js likely that the daring Sunnier a man on five or six times before bo fell. CUARLKSTOl March 3,1 P. M.-Sales to. we can iltaspare him from the field one 1

:' the goverment to Billy and then shield son was so much surprised at the oc. day 1800 bales, at 9| to 12$. Brisk demandmet eminently qualified for a leader.

1 us after dollars may b% re the notice pICA of of f lOup that he serious did not discover the knife freely at yesterday's prices. Capt. F* M. Durrance, after a respite of
i ; selves any no injury inflicted until six months is
ported, of E. lay before him-a He NEW YORK, March 2. Sales of Cotton again recruiting aCmpnI.
: to trade Dragoons.." corpse. Capt. D. has proven himself a ofcer,
tial aid will-be taken to the house, and returned to the to-day 6,000 bales, at an advance of J cent andO he will have little trobls'in
; A
large seen. Barney, with the rest of the family. Vickers Middling Uplands 12$ cents. a company. '
; ame tla and Sumnir the and assisted in
to on
politicians, opposed ground, !! car '
MOBILE. March 2. Sales of cotton to-day Lt Col. A. J.' T. Wright ii recruiting aCompany
gctua the body of his 'father-in-law to the
administration }have
sions W/e give Ho said he would soon come to 6000 bales. Middling 11$ a 11 t. The mar at Alligator, for service in the Bat. ..

:N In for a day or cept to say and surrender to the Sheriff, and the ket has advanced J j cent since steamer's news. talon to bo organized.

no ved to issue a call showing the neglected to take the proper steps Sales for days and At the suggestion of several southern gentlemen -

,;. : kind me to; be held in that city' ulous. Tho him. After remaining at the house : 13,00 receipt 11,50 ,.the Secretary ol tb Interior,has requested

& i next, to bo composed exhibited ( and two nights, he absconded and bales.NEW of G or to'
ORLEANS March 2 Sales of Cotton
State 'to and to Florida to the since been heard of. join Col. Rector and M j- Garret, t ia'
terest BO despotism" is unnecessary/and w rorbear.- to-day 5,0 bales, at slightly easier prices. effecting the peaceable'removal of Semi

eludes '.slaver. A brave man at', Feb. 27. Middling 11 to 11 i cents. Sale for three notes from this State. Gen. B, paUCdthTOaghPthIs

: : .LAW- n* OHIO.- tion by .. .. days 27,000 bales, and receipts for three days place, en route for FLMyersoif.Tues'. .
a t haa.paised the bill last difficulty \ young friend, J. D. Btoome, sq., fidn 46,000 bales. The receipts at this port, less day last. .. ""'<

A the confinement between lion. has, we notice,'taken up than Last year, ]20,500 bales,and at all'Sou them The U. S, Steamer' 'Cray :ciW.MontetDeOca'wlth
need io l : 1 from in the flourishing town of Alh-. Col. Loomis onbo1d1efttbitplace

:.. jails of Ohio, by a and ex-Clerk i for tho purpose! ,of practicing the'pro ports the decrease. i:;9,00'bales. for J.t.Myew. 'on Wdn td -last_
f ''
late the. of.the law. Mr. Broome is a young -_ :l'I y-
The decided ability and wants but a fa. The Washington correspondent of ,the N. ;, now said th t Wfonesota'will probably

: P Dt I l : .-A bill has I are given on I opportunity to make his mark 'and Y. Times. ,states_that reconciliation ha*beeu be from,and ro'Kansas/,

anlOima i :Louisiana Legiila- i The challenge high ,position in his profession.. We' e'fecte between Robert J.Walker and it p4mitap: .that'Senators_ and'"

not free negroes, in the''.i low : citizens B. whenever!of Columbia'will they have_ .occasion not. Over.to_ 'pry and it i is 'asserted that the late Rico and, the RepreMntaliresnified : t')4Teelg ;
f ; (J n of c LfngJa"I" : Courts of !law for a redress of -their Governor of Kansas will:no, .I longer: be, foundin : ) theirJratba, l (t' i.:

: We rf.J j be sold into slavery.. Sin .'You \ ..-J acbonrUl ,- \ 'r :._.tl ..
: : ? Repub1kan. Kecotnpton Constitution f ci; X' .
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wAllEbIcIv1fturhl7:Eu& : th.'f1oe&rsU4IDiSAim 1nrjur4ietioneonqr1 LAW-li COLLECTION OFFICE APlHOSgEP bfHhe STATE.cdt fflEDJ:! ,44 V ..
bill is4 b taken ujj for j ji : ngnatrtwsr1 rrCMtionltowsi.Tp V

dratDu i jieit.M iBday, w the Senate, i"nnnirifj :;Ioog tho northern boundary TATJ.ATftflBlt, IXOKIDA. V 4V

is n ped thatlbe dUruFMnn will mithb ]ine ar Flotilla to abe Chattahor>chee river orncx vr BTAUS or THI SAME BCILDIKO AITD- itMuicTHK $70,000; !
v irritating, nrjrnnrciisoiable protracted.f 1It' it ngth In'ei decidtth Th'favor of and DOOm Or TUX fl/nrOUX JOC&KAL -V .%
? Circuit Courts of Gadsdeii.
Practice in the
\tT'Y* rircoTKPiances barn, tinror\ com- : (-: t. Alal-.tu. Florida hint lieutof -' WILL Wakulla'Jefferson and Madison, and FOR $10 DOLLARS r. Oft ard after )!ttskr tb& t.breaz ,

nt.rnc3t of the session, combined lii favor j jof >re clalmotl wexcrcifeeil jurisdiction over attend promptly to the collection of noUa and ao> freijrht KM! *IIst1W GC W1X'

tjgtrnent the question )by the iee. the dijutt; l ti-rritorv. Tlitv lands thn? acqnired counts in any of said Counties. THE fallowing Schftne irlll b drawn by 8. Swan will be run-daily.fo11owi,

.e iit ( UC 'T" tIfl'j4)I, i1 IM now form j At jf the Elba hind disJiiyt. CAL upon Middle Florida for Mounted VOLCX Feb> 27.1868. 19.1VBLACKSMITHING Co, Managers the Number Sparta Academy Lotteries Lottciy for- )3ateen TsUdssa.s md 6 a'ih:
4 in each of tt-eir Single
U TKERS iimie the Governor: Lft, rt .... ,,&Jjtrrlva4t
: i v ) jvjcn! iMts-til'.ui n. 1. JWP been by uu- e t>.v
; Miirch 1856 'at ArguH Tit-orpin u. public
St. Marks.. .........U.tt P,
; \ .. 'I .-. -. .... .t- is ))t'CI'.ult .l t. i I WILL SHE BESPON1)) ? der i lie VintrndliccoTC ? rfc L11St.MatLs.. ,.. ...........
'' il : Urui t $ : t t % OWYHIT & HILTON Yes Her will be 0 ----CLASS- ----r- Arrive JallabAIK **-.**.....,.,
; answer TVTo
"'lj- r t litQIt j.. tiUf VTOTICE ia hereby giYen that
m-i '" 4-t.I : vtLm
v 8..t-crI1o3r,5 t iw, READY READY!" JLi the BLACKSMITHINO BusiM -/ be fchmwn ju the City of Augusta'pa. InOn public, en Sundays wlien necesnanr a ,
..irtl-a just estimafe ofC'nnvii lie question, flti aye the line of Mail Slfunwr* plying bew'Nv4
: will be continued beretont
( TALLAHASSEE I'l.A. us J.ratrA 1S6S.f1 .
lliat noitlier Involves the Tim to the of the Saivrtfay, 6L. Hr and.Havana.*bfcfc. atMrfte
ceJ t csf undersigned appeals patriotic fir : the OLD STAJW of D. C. WILSO in the lean j..ty tut
dcr.i.-il there 0I community t<> unite with him in raising a COMPANY I depart fronj St. Mark* oo tb.Ith and Z9tk ofs *
(1 to
-.rviior A name aud firm of '
1i.ilcrIt ). W. GWYKX & K. B. HILTON.nAVIXG style CLASS G, "
to aid in the 6Ujipvessionof on urfi ** month.On .
% t1R I i&tt of df overinrn.I nssooiatt-d thrmselves together in tho iii ior injij i in removing from the Stale tint! pest H. B. Fitts & Cth be brawn tn the City of Auguffa, Oa., Tfl puolii jT IVnww.U i G *rgla flailimd -&Trj1.tvHU7 .

j'he're i lint one Miii 1 ( of tlilliculty now of Law will qi\e tJif-ir joint nttentiun which has BO Imiij beset her. The names of persons On S4vrddy.ilfarrl. IZtk, 185?. train will be run on Hobdays. VTednesdajl .ted Friday
the heretof'ire'extendfd them
:yd (hat i in the qti'-Mion>ether to all busii-s <-ntrnsted, to ihnn. They xrill atteud ilt-tirois of Volunteering 111! be received at the Grateful for patronage **
$ :: the Cocit. the U. S. Die-trict Court vl the until they are u.ow better prepared, and determined to .uArriyisat ., 'I
CreeII'1iiI :ts ifpoiled from the innjorOf Stiprnne ui Auction bout ()John IL Llovd' in this city, CLASS 7 Leie
\r. Circ'ait Court :tt 'TailliliH.o, :md also the Circui said Company i is organized imJ ready for service. SPARE NO PAINS V Mm
Coinmlttee f Territories of this Station No. 3 (Wtlier't ,) .$
f tje! > Comtbof(iud&lfii. WiiKtiila J.ffer iladiaou and in the of Ga.. in public
,. on, TROUP MAXWELL. To be drawn City Apgcwtx, ,
amended i iho insoition oft OEO. on their part to nccommcdnte all who rdajr favor Leave Station No. 3. ... .. ............,. L.M.
sate, iball be by :1 la mil ton (. "untie?. Oflic, at the Couit-bouse in Tallahassee, SlarcL, C, 1868. 10 'On Saturday March SO/A, 1S58.
them with their patronage, Arrive at-Talhkbuse .. .. .....10.jO ALA
annulling so much of the Constitution Ti 11a1ee.
clause Mai eh SUCH AS HACK loaves St. Marlu oo irrrnloftk* Tnuo
C. 1658. 10-ly
a? proiiUu's any cbtige until after thecr.r Notice. CLASS 8, for Newport and returns fa time Ia .ooa.et witfc the

% 1S04.( The I'u-sident$ in his Kansas Sale of Negroes A LL jietrons having demands apaiiisl the Estate Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Repairing To be drawn in the City of Augusta, Ga, in public, np Train to TaJIahatfet. c *" 1. '

Vjesa.TC, Mid he could JKITCIVO uo ohjection .L-.i. of j John Parkhill, dece sed, late of Leon county, \ Carriages and Bug 0n Saturday, March 27tf, 1857, Fare from TallaLauee to St. Mafia..... .1.11,00

to guch u course. l 1)UL Senator Green and \ V71LL bf sold at public next sale under for catb, on the 1stT are hereby notified to present them to the under- $ gies, Plantation tror/c of oy THE PLAN oFsIxLE LUMBERS. (4 jSrationiro.IrP j,* ,-

Jtis aocia'es' forming a majority of the Committee .
law or will be barred anJ all those indebted Fare from Tallahassee to Station o.Pea4 i
saw *o much ohjection Jo it that they negroes belonging to the Estate of Cauada Summer they ; Mitt Irons and repairing same, Ironing Wagons 5,485 PHIZES ;
arc leuuested to tuakc paymeui. immediately. V Geo.R.R.. .. .. ..7r.. 871 .
deceased before the Omit house door iu TullabaBPe and Czrtx OJTE EVERY XI5E TICKETS 5 5MAGNIFICAT
) the annulling clause in wtt, NKAELT PEI2E TO
&& iitil incorporate S. M. PAHKHILL.. Admfr.M Fare from Tallahassee to Station ITo.S, (Wait 3
their bill. Mr. l>llJ-rh, H appears, fiom hisnolototh" '*. to the highest bidder. Suid t-laves are en? rJ) 1 18i8. ](i-Sv nd! ill fact every other discripUoa of work made of BC11XXE ITO fc-r's Mill).. .,. .. ........ ...... !poVV,
yo jnakonian and child and rtne young man about Iron and Steel, all of which lire -TAUEANT, and pledge
Unionwill insist upon that 'ndmHit. 19) or ?0 years of age. EUWJX A HART, ourselves to execute at the nkortest notice. BK DRAWS EACH BATUkbAT JjC MARCH! The Iron is cot yet laid in Station* *. (Ws1r' ,

I know of no othr Senator thr.t will.Jle Special Master in Cbancerv. Notice.SIX H. B. FITTS A CO. 1 Prize of $70,000 : i Prizes of. .5000 Mill,} bt>t will cVrJy.In-Mflrcli, and) Depot is "in .

bill can pas the Senal by a majority : ,.l8c.: 10-tua Months after date, I shall present my final Feb. 27, 1853. tly 1 30,000 \ 4 . 800 process of cypsbrnctlap to.bt compl ti
f eix or seven, without any anier.tlmei.l. .Mr.I and vouchers to the Honorable Judge 1 . 10,000 )\ 4 . 700 the track reaches the'poiut selected for fit Station.i .

will REMAINING in the Post Office, Tallaha'-w.-c.'Fln, thocMiite of A'ficdS'' Jtayoor, hiteofraid county, 1 . 4,000 > 60 ; : 600 Freight charged on
fur the bill but s;.\ S that: he I 1 '"PHK Annual Election of Trusteea for the JeffersonL 1858 to le &lVer7/9OO&
vole pcidon
not . 300 *
V March -Jth, l&oS.A docsnsed, end ask for a (Iie11.Ire from said 1 . 8,000 { 60 -
tote far it if, in his opir.io?, it shall be calculalfd AJ.FKKD HAYSOR, Admt'r. S. U. Manufacturing Company, will be held at 1 . 1,600 J lot . 125 FJOi( ST MARKS TO STATW4 .f 2 3sCottooper
Ruben Hm-rel
10 afTord pence to the South. -S D Anlrey 2, Je,1itj !, ifaich f., 185S. 10-6m the Factory, near Monticello, on Saturday 13th day of 4 1,009 j 2--50 100 ...... ........... $! + LOG
Oiitn G S ,
Aico. March next. W. DENIIAM, Scc't.February .
Tobac.o in Boxes .U.
.Some; of the tJoalhein Jt IItt. RiZ1iIS l>mofiaia fj- W iiraLtly 2, K A Hvlslon.MirKlJ 27,1855. P St Approximation Prizet. per 10OJbt..tZ416
in sacks IL4fe
i Corn and pefbuabelfIO jIO
; ilc-ciurcu thai ] Lull.: II Huoson.ilis Lime Lime $70,000 ref 1.800 otber
of bolli Iir Hi>c& iir 'v 1twyviU 4 Prizes of100 appro'g.to prize
.. ... .. ...........
\ not S".j) 'ri ihe isllJih; lh.l ;j.: .\io anHine ILiiza H I;rvau" AY A ]Irkii. TOO Knrrrls o* Fze4i1I.sviut tlrplllS > Maryland State Lotteries 4 .4 SOO *' 23 COO- 1,2C0 .. .... ..... 25 25I
LBBs-ehctt J BJvUi F Jorden I. in.OOO 800
!! the jnoMbitory ch.u. iu thrfonelilu.Upoa LIME i v.iratiled to be equal tr 4 500 I Lime, Cement, Slate, Plaster and Guano
l iliss Lou Jije 7.000
>an>o, B. FRAME fc CO. Managers. 4 125
1bsis.. ZS. U. UU
1.jII. their iheury. the Constitution 1'f jiiivlc, JIis J R Jomv.D JL an} that is imported for plasterhig! 4 II 100 5,003 400 iupaekaresperl0O V
-- ... ...:.: rAllotbergoodsperloo
taken it is. TJiis is also the j.iin- iJluui.i Mis E bn'ck wurk or any <-thir purpopee. If desired the U oO
be 3.500
F K 75
aiu. a b A King.Mr. f CAUTION O T ICE 4 .0Cottonper
vwv best of icforences can be iveF >r rale by lbs..... .... 30 80
t. C F Lew is 1,500 O0
ciple of Mr. Green's repoit. The) rejection JT.inwe Butdy, M 60
; the Constitution Q Iktiite.. J Lynch. J011X M. RAYSOR, living at a dintixnee should be extreme 6,000 prizes of 20 are . .. .. .100,000
of I tinordinaarc: rcconipan\ipj: 12 n.iirb S. L.\ Mouticello. PERSONS Z'jfltOTobaccnit
Vv'.ii la\dcsev! A 11 Lindsay! of whom they order Lottery Tickets
!he does :iot consider: viol.-.tiag! i the] priucjjile G W B sticL" R T Linebtier.C l\-b. 27, 1858. 93v I I or Certificates of Packages Ticket!. The country 5,485 Prizes amounting to .. .. . .$820,000 BO25 periOD 121 12II( V

) because it is not s. pr.rl of the Cor.stiAftcr -Mrs L Cain 2, G W Lively.Mr is flooded with Imgus and swindling Lotteries. Ev- Ticnrrs$10 HALVES $5 QujftiTiRgyO' Corn and otbeF gtaiu In sacki et bushel :
; Tbrtiuas Cuiidrer, r'l-Q Mane, Negro Boy for Sale or Hire try inducement is held out to get persons to invest ; Saltpersack. .... .. .. .
W Jl Hitebell in them. Capital Prizes of from $20,000 to :- Hay in Bales per 100 lbs.. ... .... .. 12j ltj1ft V
the bill shall lir.ve j>i-sed tljc! Sesale, Mis Klizabetk Cox, 4 GED; aljout "2 haUbv-active sound money
ycnrs Tiiii :LUT'1'e2.The Lime Cement Slate Pla8ter. and Onanoin -
J) Calhoun :II A Manning, 840,000 head their schemes-with tickets at 11mO,00O LAN OF ,
.' Democrats of the House will consider and JL.iivl remarkably smart. Would bo useful
very loolbe... l2r 121TrBarIronpr10O
A & Capital Prizes are offered, tickets ?5. All packngee per
C Cary. Messrs Maneham Bro.II Numbers from 1 to 50,000, corresponding
eiwieavor lo heUle ibis question as.lo the ink -J Danville: 2, K- aac Nichols.Mis in cither Jvitchen, dininjj room.be Elnble.'ffarden! orfield. such, in every instance,are frauds; and if money is with those Numbers on the Tickets printed on separate 1Ia... .. ....... .. igj 4 I1'Allothergoodsperl0O

die Mil will pass the House, cither with or W G flargbteMichca Pr.tiick, 27, lb5S. ,9 without the shadow of a chance of getting a prize.. and placed in one heel. HOWARD HOU3TOUNPrts. ,., ;

\\ithrjtlhc j rovito. oino noitbcrn votes ili? K Ivi, Juhn I'uruiss.Clias Februaiy Beware oT all Lotteries where the Capital Prize is The firt 457 prizes, rhnilarly printed and encircled 4* Superintendent.

bu fonciliaU-J it if some 1)upignae. v.-iuU : by even Notice.ALL February 13Jt838.
: :- l C Jidwaids 2, U-W J JJ.use.Mr every instance! where large prizes are offered for a The wheel are then revolved, and n number ia

eou.licrnoles should be alienatt-d by it. Epuk-ii, -T J Suddath 2, having demands against the estate of I mall cost of tiikcls. put it down as a certain fraud. drawn from the wheel of Numbers, and at the same

A> titHouse! sjiecc'a-s arc chiefly upon G W E.iuisf, Jtugutns Sbolt, poisons. W. Porter, late <-f Jeik-rsou county, de- The Kentucky State Lottery for the benefit of theSljelby time a Prize is drawn from the other rbeeL The $50,000

in.K.neap tc 1.k. znd bave been for months, John Eunit-et.: Miss (Jinny Smith, crafod, will take notice that they must present them ColU'ge, under our management, is the only Number.and Prize drawn out are opened and exhibited 3,000 Bales Cotton I

tin-re can be no ica&on for a j rulonpc'd; dis- F-U.n W A F. rvard, J A SLav.J to the undcieitrned duly authenticated, within the Lottery ''n the United States which is legally decided to the audience, and registered by the Commissioners 5,000 Leon County3 < _:J II Grove 2, '*"-R W Taliafxrro 2, by the Maryland Drawings; all other Lotterieswhic1i the Prize being placed against the number
Misiou in that body >Oii the Senate; bill after time prescribed bylaw, they iiutiec will be barred; ; milE UNDERSIGNED makes the following m
< before iliem.uj R 'v GlvT.-r, M W Tali frno.l and nil ;perrons indebted to said Estate are hereby purport to be decided by the Maryland Drawings drawn. This operation is repeated until all the Prizes JL positions to his friends aad customers.TU ..
it tiiall co-lie >v A F Gould. M'-Waterman 2, I are frauds. drawn Ouf. ad
uotillcJ to make payment immediately.' ate First-He Trill receive Cash in paymert-: for
-- *1-rt T u JlayF 4, Win Ward 2. JOHN PORTER, Admt'r. THE MARYLAND STATE LOTTERIES.I Approximation T rises.-The two preceding and amounts due him on notes, bonds or open *ceaaziUr

: A MI SOCKI rr1c.Etc.-Dnring a lute Mr p. Henry 2, 1V Ward 3, 1ts. Purchase in the Maryland State Lotteries, then the two succeeding Numbers to those drawing the Secondly-Io the absence ef Ca A, be will reeeire

r-riial i in the Uapti Church at Lagrangr, M G II.iml.fiii, G T Willis, I you are sure of being right And in ordering in lie first 7 Prizes will! be entitled to the 28 Approximation Cotton in payment for all bonds, notes or open accounts :

Mo., a lad 17 years old, \\lio had acquired Mrs E Ilohon, 1) William*, An Ordinance Maryland Lotteries, you are sure of fair and honest Prizes. For example: 5T Ticket No. 11250 !, nt its highest market price. 'V u V V
DHajcock, J M Williams drawing draws the $ 0,000 Prize, those Tickets numbered Thirdly-In the absence of Caih and Cotton be'will
EOIDC) notoriety in the town as a theatrical CAliailey, John L Williams.Z Ta rcitf c. rtveiniff'T the City of Talariansrefor 1124S 11240, 11251, 11252. wllrtch be entitled to I Ip400.
One thing kx>lc to, and that 5 is, if you order from receive to the amount of $5,000 Leon. Grouty.
jierfonner. joined the church and prcjtared I'crsono cnq'iirinpf.irsny of the zil ov
himself for the ministry. He has lecently will please sav. flier me advertised. jmj, in 'tic t/iar viif thousand ciI't hunrbed and but Managers' Tickets and Managers' Printed Certifi- those Tickets numbered 51S, 549, .51,55wil1each notes and accounts. V .

been licensed, and has entered on his clerical MILES NASh, P. M. ..11t'c > !' cats of Packages. Th' Managers' Certificates have be entitled to $SOO, and EO en Recording to tbc above I Ischene. He would inform his friends and customer bit

;: c'atic ar.d wond'-i f i Lis March 6. 1856.Maryland. (til) 41w ic: i'iox 1iV it Muaitudl;; tie futcndant ai2Cuuitcil I the numbers printed, and have the lithographed aign.lure his payments for the months of February and Marefa
? ; : so are powers, J (, !iiClZ "f thr city f TalluJiatiee, of R. France i Co. The 5,000 Prizes of f 20, will ba determined by tie are very heavy, and he feels confident, m 'JJ

ii.at thevhoe! conmiuity: are in cc&tscies State Lotteries That] there s.-al! i bo levifd n* l collected the followiag] I Fo one has a right to send his individual certifi laet figure of the Number- that draws the ?70,000 tin of the great indulgence heretofore exfended

vita his cfTorts. \\ben he preaches, thcLurcb taM fi-r the ns-cul ycr.r coasmeiicing on the Irt day I or.tes, and if he docs it, be sure there is a fraud at the Prize. For example, if the Number drawing] the they will OXE and ALL come forward d LiaR

is crowded ; per. .irs from all theroui.liy For MARCH, 1858.R. "f Apiil, 1'5S1Upini : button of it. R. FRANCE
lound about flocking to hear him ; -0- all merdiants vending: goods, wares anti Managers of Maryland State Lottwiea.Feb. where the No. ends in 1, will be entitled to $20. If tisen.ent and pay at least an amount snffirient to As-
; < : IVAM.S vS: Co., 1Li7t.7i.rr.7"E .'. inereliMi-Jiz- tax of thirty-five cents tn every hun- 20, 1858. 8-lra the No. ends with No 2, then all the Tickets where able him to meet hU liabilities. Shoald'.tbera bj
ard lie oldest veterans deciaie; that they --_ -- I whose circumstances 'IiIlDO$ eotfl
( hope rone)
ever before 1istened to such thrilling eloj'jcice. \ "\ >r-scnt to our <-u-toiera: throughout t'ne' thy of April nest, as near as the same can be ?.sccrUno I Money for the Million toO. ble them to comply even ia part, I tcfw they iriH
of ihe boy is 1. Certificate* of Packages will be acid at the jllow-- I
( name preacbci" T Uui'ni, some of the awt Mai.iifii.-ent Schemes come forward at once, and say s", Clb'op'th O'
J. V. Fuller. for the nionth of March, cvc-r offet ed. Ths Vary :2-Up'
land Slate L"ttencr, arc th? safett Lotteries to pir- (other than Itinerant trader*,) who fchall com 30,000 DOLLAJLFOR IYlflOLLAkS) I Certificates of Package of 10 Whole Tickets .$80 for payment hereafter, tbat, be .msy.ho'w
'- chase Tickets in. Thev ate drav/n the in.-iiff I 1-UMtif si after the Citt fairly by what to depend DAVID C.WIL3OFeb. .
of live oenti1 on r-vf bundled dollars in value Only 30,000 Number?-3,286 Prizes 1 1iionr 10 Quarter M 20v I upon.
6ttie Ct'imienrs b and all Prizes thirty ry
Hattffs. I Lottery public 13, 185$. 7-tf
Special the All ho ( ftlx-ir! fctook in trade, to be c--tirua.ted stud assessedfoithuith 10 Eighth 10 -
ale promptly paid by Managers. 1 THAKJ ptiizn TO EVEET .SINE TICKETS t
I desire: ;4nJ will;! take the troul Ic; can br>oii nsceit.-siu UJMHJ their commenciKJT luineF.12 *. ID ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the
THE GEEAT ENGLISH HEREBY. that the Marvlaii Stute Ijotienes under the (- '! "- u ail thotd furniture,nteluding vild ami Capital- Prize $30,000 money to our address for- the Tickets ordered, oo receipt NEW GOODS I-MEW! flOODS I

S. ; rnanaiieiCrf, R. Fiuuce & Co-, are the cniy le1 sliver jtlutc and musical instruments, and tpon all of winch they will be forwarded by first mail
SIC > Lotteries in M-rylaud, a'I uic drawn bv uuitonvof wutc-lifa, u tax of thirty-five ct-uts on every hundred Purchasers can bars l-cketa! ending :any figure they TOR THX .
Prepared a jtrfirriplion vfSr J. CJarlu'f, JJ' /. Law.T. tl'iliaps in value thottof. s4 HATA>'A FLAX OF SINGLE NUMBERS. may designate. V

.. ljhyiieiat JbV/raorJtnarw to the Qu.cn. I H. IIUBCAUD t This inTsluabl'mcilicirK" i ii unfuilmi the cure of Mtaocc Maryland Ixittoics prnmptly uud ull coa.iuui.ifa- t.ix of hurt> five cents on every hundred dollars value JASPER COUNTY sent to_ purchasers immediately after the drawing.

punfal and .i&grnI*dUcasr* to which the Om.loroRiUuztion tioni held fctiietly! confideutial.J2J" 1l! -f-f. AUTHORITY OF TIfF STATS OF OEO. t g Purchasers will please write their signature

iii subject. Ft in.}Jed v.itL switi lTn% -bipisIj D-L"j>on nil slaves owned or employed in the city:, plain and gire 1ier: Post Office, County and State.

;obfitrnclioui, ond a jiccUiief... h'liiiit: out vast itiJuemu-i.ts, in ti- sh'peof (t ti, be paid l>:y the owner or owners thereof,) a tax CLASS JJ, "Dras March 1st, 1858, J3p Femember that every Prize is drawn and .

TO 3AiKIEl L.IPJE* Inige CnpititU for u.FUall j-rice '.f Tick. is. Levaie i of tl.i.iv five ecu'si every hundred dollars value CLASS KK, Draws March 16th, 1858, payable in full without deduction. .

t. it U jt- nliarlT einled. It wil!.ia*\rtiort time. Wire;on JUeu of ali such, and when yen vant to try your 1 l.ercoi I Jn public, at Maeoo, Ga., under tbs sworn miperintcnueuce |5P" All prizes of 51,000' and under, paid immediately rPHE undersigned a now receUiojr lot Slack of'L .
>onlilr pgiod with repilarJK. 'ucjc. remember 'hat the Mr>n nli pleasure oini.igee, and upon all IIirses I of E. C. Bulklej and Joseph Watcrraan, after the drawing-other prizes at the usual FALL ANI WINTZR GOOJM r.wLich .

Each botUe.price One Dollar ivhr?the( eminent Sutrupf been diawn {f.r the last f..rty years, MC the btsl j.inl iiiiilos ktpt in th-- city, a t.is of thirty-lite Esqt. time of thirty days. wants neither in Quantity,Qoalitj or BtjU
I _ _ *
Brilsiu cents hundred tl'llais value thereof. communications strictly confidentiaL
Great to jirf\rnt ciunterfciu.A 'erne to order Tit kcls in. on every All
: <* UXION.Tbr 7-Uiv-n! all Auction Sale?, n tax of one half per Prizes Payable Without Deduction.scIJEJ2' Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to Embracing the Ladles, V.

.c Pill bli<"ul'I not be taken I>T fcmai* daring iic Err*. GRAND CuX ('iLilTn! > LOTTERY, o<-n"!. iijt'in the {rn ss nmounl if sale*. S. SWAN & CO., Augusta, Ga. Silk Robes a Qnille, Side Strip Delam BoW VI'

'hnr montliB of rr. puaurv, they arc sure to 1-ring on MUtmiij czr2a 6-1 poii all Bank Ageiu-i's, buying or sellin; er- .. fg- Persons residing near Montg 'inery, Ala., or Flounced, '. Challis ."

:<>. but at any oUic time they ro wife. To be drawn change tlruwn njM>n any j pi:ice beyond the limit* of 1 Priie of . . .r. .. .. ;.f 80,000 Atlanta, Ga., can have their orders filled, and save Brocade BajadiereStripes V Flash Bang*

In s II cases of?C en ois au<] 5niial AfTwtjojig, Pain in tlioB in Baltimore City, March 13, 1&5S. this ytatii, a tax of out ctnt ij>-ii every hundred dol1tis ; 1 . . . .. . 10.0CO time, by addressing S. Swan
*rL and Liml, Fatigi-c on sl' l'i en ni n. PatpLton oftlif M'LE.VDIO TJX oLr..is SCIIK.MK. in iin.iii.bt BO Ix.ncrht p.i-d every bundled dollars 1 . . ... . 5,000 cities. China Striped GI.ce. Printei Merino Role*,

: Heart, TIiMerics. and \VhUw th) w Pills! will affoit a 1 lT2 of... .. tlXHcil ;, I'rirci <,f. .f 2..4kI in amount s-.i bold, fi-r and dirirg the yenr next pr i- I 1 ,. .. . .. . .. 2,600 3J: A lIst of-lbe numbers that are drawn from Satin Plaid Fouitd?Loir*. Jelaia "
; rcrt when all other roeaiis base failed and cJtlioapb aj>o : 1 -' ... . . 30.IMK .1 J fi iv.J.ng the date at vhicb the aatcasmeiit of such tax 1 .. . .. .. 2,000 the wheel, with the amount of the Prize that ea bone All Wool De1aIj.MANTLEki. V

rfBl r-ni'vJy, do not contain iron, calomel antimony, or any I a 4 'rc-i i................ . .;..IIh4t j .. .. .... ... shall! bo inndu. 1 .. . . . 1,000 is entitled to, will be published after every draw ;
ting hurtful to the constitution. '.i-Ujxm all Agencies of Insurance Companies, a I 5 500 1,500 ing, in the following papers: August (Grt) Con-
Full oircclioi.s accompany ckcb-parkage. S<>> Agent f jr (cc.c.. tax of two per cent upon the gross amount of ul cm 6 250 1,250 etitutionaliist. New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register, nr ITZKT KATXXUL V JOI9 STTlX V .

the United Stales tnd Canada, JoU SIOSK 7Irj-s $10 ; iui. :-c S5.1 ; or/errs 2 ."0.Vrtfloati' r.nsi"is) received fr and during the year next preceding 100 LCD . 10.000 Charleston Standard, Nashville! Grtzette, Atlanta In Embroideries V

?1ate 1. C. KaUin .fc Co.) KocJ.esU-r, K. V.J I < : of Ta 4!'*. .1'! '. V. Hah.- 7li.ni) ] '- Up>u c.ll \VIte Mate Inhabitants, etweeri then 15 : 45.0CC or ZTZST IITD. i
B. >d Richmond New York
> tl'JO and 6 jiofctaje stamps cnli M lo uny author- 1000 Morning! News, Dispatch, Dispatch
lo. do. Qunrwrs. ... .. .... '
a.o Talencene Maltese and HccUon
lied Agent,will Insur* botUc oonUining SO J'iUa l>y return c of f'listy-cnt an 1 sixty ji-ai% al'oll tax of one Approximation Prizes ; and Paulding (Miss ) Clarion. Lacw; "r V

nail. '. q7e Gttat M.cne all Colcreu Males between the A Prized of to fSO.OOO . .$500
:1 1-Upon Fro*' ages 125
For>ale by Edward Barnard.Jr., boc TVbolesalc and KoU'J -- Time undei signed wonld elsoeall ti attention tif the *
GRAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTKTTY, CLASS E, of twenty one nnd fifty years, n tax often dollars. 4 -1 BO to 10,000) ... 200 >a
for TallahaMi-e. J.3. M. Dariiton Sole
Agtnl Ag'nt Florida Railroad Public generally, to his large arjd icoraplete Stock of
To be drawn in Kallimorc Uy, Mnrrh 25IVV. 12-Up-Hi all Free Colored FumalM, between the 8 40 to 5,000 . . 820
for Quinry.Februmry Gents and Youths Fall
G- IJARMFICENT WHEME.Jit :iges of t\\cuty one mid l fifty carp ,a tax .,five dollais. 12 25 to 2,500 .. SOO and Winter C8otLinf,
JsiS. lyIf Cents and Youths Fall and Winter
?" 20 Drawn Ballots in racli 1iekag of2C TieLeu..p 13-Uj>on every Slave publicly exhibited for sale 24 16 to 2,000 .. S60' rf
your Hair is Harsh, Making more Prizes than flianka.I : within the corporate limits of this city, a tax of four 20 10 to 1,000 .. 200 AT a meeting of the Board of Directors of the ,&Ub. BOOTS HATSCAPSV AND SBOESLPLANTATION

tie ProT. TT.od' Hair Kteloratir ( ratad Pnwof. ....fCT.,0"fl 1 Prize if.... ........ dollars.Snr. Florida Railroad Company, held at Fernandinaon R
If jonr ITtir i* Gray, 1 1'rirc of. .. .. ... VIJi' I 2. Ileit further ordained, That there shall be 3286 Prizes amounting to. .. .8115,130 the 7th day of November, A. D., 1857, the following GOODS,
1 ..... .. .. 1E.i ; I levied and collected the following License Taxe : resolution was Adopted :
Use Trot 'Wood's flair E tloratiT Bolev/ ..J.
.. .... ... Kersey JarzBTgtnd fiepti
If you Hair is Thin. 1 1 ........ .. 7J.fl'l] 1 1-AV) 1-U pon nil retailers ypirituoiis or vinous liquors I Tickets $10 ; Halves 5 ; Quarters 2 50. WHEREAS, The work on the Florida Railroad bariug Salads Stnpej. itUrikcU. '

L"e Prof. Wood' hair IIe toratiTe.If I -' ... .. . ).O pi 1 ... .. .. .... I,- .O l in quantities less than C-LIC quArt, a tux c.ifone hundred I advanced to a condition which brings it into use Marlboroug and RuweU aad bla k
yon are Bald, 1 i .... ... ... /mII I .. ....... j,4w) I ilolinrs. Tlia 3,000 Prizes of $15 will be determine by the ful connexion with the business of the interior, and St.ipes Shoes.
I .... .... .. .. 24) List of the number that draws the $30,000 Plaids, LinseVs nd Ken',. Jeans,,
all Piilliard Tables and figure the of successful of it
Use Prof. "Wood' Hair IZesloraliTu.If L. .. 2Upnn Bowling Allevs, practicability n prosecution to Cotton Wool '
I Heavy Osnabnrgn's, VtrgMt all Lin
hare Ten culled used for hire prize. For example: If the number drawing the the end belrjg demonstrated the .p.
you ) .rTouI1eaaebe, ; or jiiu AliC\H technically resonably Company bleach- Wool *' "'
3'HiO Prizes t'*e Prof. Wood> Hair Ewtoretire a tr.s of iwenty-Jivc dollars.S 30,000 prize ends with No. 1, then all the tickets whhh bas thus far conducted Urn enterprise consider* ''
Tkkte *20, Jlalrrt flO, Quarter *5, Kifthth f2.50. ed domestics, Steel;Iron and Saik .
If : cat used for hire where the No. ends ia 1, will be entitled to. $15 If that has been reached where bone ,
dray tax of
you hire Dandruff, -Upon every or a a point they may
Ccrlifirale of IVLcgn of 20 WIiolcnAn. ... ........ .... the No. ends with "So 2 then all the tickets where Drown |od bleached Shee- Complete' MsortaMct V oftinf
Ute Prot Wood Hair Eesloralire.If eight d-.llars. to be met by the confidence and co-operation of the
An. Vt Iluirff.tin. ... ... .. .... .... : V hardware.CARPTING1 .
yoa bare Erupuona, <\<>. S1? Onartm. .. .. .. .. .. T. flOdo. 4-Upon every two or four or siz horse wagon the No. ends ID 2, will bo entitled to $15, and to onto planters and merchants of the interior: ;

Une Prot "VTooi'i flaIr .loraliTe. do. 2 Ei1ith .... .... ... .... teed f,r bir", a tux of ten d'lllars. 0. Were/ore, Retolved, That the Secretary be directed v

If J.a de.re GloMy Hair, 0-Upon; every luuk; or public cnniapc! ired i"r to invite subscriptions to the Stock of the Com Brussels, Three Ply and lograla'CanMta. '

Use Prof. Wood ITair Cuilo<-&tire. HAVANA_PLAN. I hire, a tax of eight dollars, txrc-pt hucka nud Carriages V Certificates of Packages : pany upon the same terms oe heretofore, and to take Parlor Rugs and door Malts. '."*,

I'you diire lo preacrrc the Color, t belonging: U public livery "tables. I Of 10 Tickets are sold at the following ratei, which such steps as may afford the, most convenient opportunity All of the above mentioned article- wJU b4 asM

UKJ Prof. Wood's Hair Koctoralira.I Single numbers-fvry number put in Hevhccl, G-1JJM.u\ every public Livery Stable, a tar of fifty V Whole Tickeis. . . .$35 00 to the inhabitants of the several interested upon no good terms as can be bouht ofsnj.,,. '

yoa ieir not to loose the Color, &D'I all the J'rizcs druwn out. I dollars. I is the risk: ((10) Half . .. 17 50 Counties to take Stock. iu the City. :.

r.e Prof. Wood's Hair Eeitorati Every Prize in thi* Scheme nutil be Jrawn. 7-Upon ccry Hawker nud Pedlar] vending; goodn, } . .. 8 75 A true copy from the minutes.--. D. C.W1LSONi:

l If you want a.Cbeiip Article, I wares and nu-rchaudiec except for the vending of Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at par. GEO. W. CALL See'y. Oct.I'i185't. 4*. ; .- ,
I MORE PRIZED 'lilA N BI1AXKS. charts and atlases tax of hundred dollars. V .
Use Prof. Woods Hair Kegtoratlrc.If a one Checks on New York remitted for prizes.
yon admire the JJcaotiful Lock, 20,660 Prize J 40,000 Tickets 8-Upf>n all! venders Lottery Tickets, a tax of Address orders for tickets or Certificates of Packages In pursuance of the foregoing resolution, notice is sELf7E :

tT4 Trot 'Wood'*JIair EcstoraUvc Whole Tickets only Ten Dollars. five dollars; nnd nil retailers of spirituous or vinous Tickets to hereby given that the books of the Company are permanently

If you admire the BeauUfjI BingleU, liquore as aforesaid alt keeper billiard tables, or ANDERSON 4 SON, Mana-ert. open at Fernandina where subscriptions 9'BE UNDEQbegii

Ut r'rofc Wood Hair EestoraUre.If bowling or ten pin alleys, all kei-peis of every dray or Macon or Savannah, Ga. may be made eitbeWin person or by letter, foe citiiet of!1aiTaiissaee sad VIeiIJJ.th* b w6'ci

you wish A licautiful Complexion, MARYLAND LOTTERY cart or two or four horse wagon, or hack, or public I V Feb. 20, 1858. 9 amount of the present aseessmennt being $17.00 on ..pena Se CA>d lorftonth
V.e Prof. WOOd Hair HetaratiTc.If TO BE DRAWN OX i cfirringn, i>ed for hire nbiifoivhnid-all keepers of livcrv each share of $100.00. This company is the owner lCEt1k2 tlAt to\pg\ bid| booildwabb ezppatronage.

yo> wish a Face tree from Puoplco, THE V A ifrT AP I; A X. I Ptabh-B, hawkers and jiedhuH ;nil v Use ProC Wood'* Hair Eetlorttire.If I ticket, nhall. un.ler penalty of double the tiiTinSfcscof New Maps of Florida, 750,000 acres of land, property which had been appraised and uofemittad .snerL aulais .( pobfle

yon wikb to appear Young, GllAXD CONSOLIDATED. Class Z, fuilui e, l efore their several avocations, callings, or BVC at over $2.000,000, and it is believed that a. The gteateift ar tnll b* tskaa witk

Use ProC-Wood's Hair Eelorathe.If To Ix- drawn iu Baltimore, XI J., gtturdoy Marcli th,1S33. busiii'-RS as aforesaid may be pursued, and upon the PUBLISHED further assessment of from $3.00 to $10.00 per chare those committed'toray charge both sa regvd to>
payment of the taxes levied as aforesaid, obtain r lic'juw DREW Jacksonville, Florida, villbesuffltfenttofiniahtherosd.V and mogti.As ..- "
want testimony OTerwhtlnunj, .
yea I ico r>rr.vrrioN ON J'1IZ. r flJZEM i rvantt T YELl. progress
Head the Circular of Prof. Wood' Hair P.osloratire.Uyoa 1 Pr-r>rn&imam to. ... 3 want to find it, I 1itI.4J 4 '. by the Treasurer, and such license shall not be issued For sale by 9, 1853. 2-tf given as oao b obtained at *ay cither InstJtkiontothe
i !. !!!!!..! 4onoj B .III ww for period than one year. McDOUOAL A HOBBT.Feb. State and
The Depot is at 114 Market st6t, Louis, MUsonri.Of 1 *' .. .... .. 4.$XIOf ajJiurter as aooa a 4h. patrooagiIL ana table
than circuBSes
It is also sold by every popular Druggist in tbt city 1 ......... 2.000J 8 .... 150 0 On all shows other or equestrianS 6,1858. 8 NEW .BOOKS. and competent assistants will be prcs. Iaeatiaectioa
$B4 1 .......... 2.000 f exhibitionB, a tax oi five dollars, and oti all eircuepc or with the SCHOOL, a class fc*
*country. 1 .......... l-'Xiol 8 '-.. 100 equestrian exhibitions, a tar often dollars shall be Notice to Debtors JUST RECEIVED !
breary ,1808. 6-'ly 1 .t...... .. 1.&IO) levied and collected for each exhibition a license to BOOZEEBIIGwifl

I 1 "" ?.?... .. 1.tio1s} .... SO authorize which must first be obtained from the Inlen- ALL persons indebted to the late firm of TO WEE NEW BOOKS A.rrorELs5DORE coratDtaeeJ and thowbradog p1s deei. ef t .

1 IIIII-'lIIl 1,000tS) 00 dent, and countersigned by the Treasurer, nnder penalty : MYERS, are requested to aim forward nod -A Strdkr{ Enron a commercial life, wlU bs ftjlj uaSbdw
Sljip Unas. 1 ..... ... .. J,000f of double the tax herein assessed. settle. Mr. R. B. GOKMAX jt>duly atitborixnd V> settle EL ORLNQO TraT a in Metico; enter opcb tb dntlet of the tig : ;.-'' V
10 to .... .... .. 400 40 .... CO s ;
=- 10 .... .... .. soo 40 u .... no 10-Upon allitinerent traders who shall offer goods all nccouflti. 5.W. MYERS. .DR. ItAKEjd: AretJ Expedftioa claisc sad Higher firanche* ct'Za VV
PORT OF ST. MARKS. 100 .......... 200 400 .. 20 wares or merchandize for sale in this city, there shall Talluhnsse, Feb. SO, 18B8. 8-tfBlacksmith MEMOIR of S.B. Ua,8pe. :.. 5fU1
20,000 Prize oT f S each. be levied and.collected a tax of one hundred dollars ; THE DAYS of Jife-A DOT bjth. Primary PepsrtzMnt...,.,a........ u-
TThole TickeU flO, Halrec &, Quarters $2.50 and a license BO to veil shall first obtained from the and author of Margartt my and Zaidt* Th ezrsfsee tot #>. .Scmxtt, -willHOBDAY jj' o ,

ACBIVED, If TOO purchase two Ticket, one of them mint draw fl 0) Indendant u aforesaid, tinder a penalty, ia ease of 1 ISABEL -A aevel'ARTISWIF V : ,Jwq 4sSL -

March I. Sclir. Wild Pigeon, O'Lcafy, cew OrID Certiente i of I* ckflgfglft'vnfilc 4 ,will be sent for...$90.00 failure ao to do, of a double tax to be imposed. ;-. : Horse Shoeing Jtaolishmet.rpHE V 4ny bAi.ea .
I do. do. 161U1TH, do. ... 45 00 OO4YASCONSZW3..4ne
SEC. 3. Be further Ordained, That nonrcsidept p ic&tioo to tb. bi IeC& s
s,assorted mdw.t do. do. IflQuartern, do. ... 22.WI every SUBSCRIBER bees leate to inform time noi;.V
amer Atkntlc, Talbot, from Ky.. West lo. do. 10 Eigbthl i do. ... 11.25 Dnguerrotypist, before'pursuing such occupation JL citizew Tallahassee! And vicinity that HENRJTHICKd V ..bf.8ImrD5iea&c.VV 8t1k*. L.&E. ;:-.r ..

Stfiamcr C\lhoun, Rnlfieh, from ew ..Orean.'v1' ] .-* in thw citr, nud eve hy non-reident Dentmt, before will cany on the McDouau.te EOT- V -: : V,
same day for Key Wrrt.CLEAHED. r: T All orders for Tickets 1 in tbi ebora rplenrlid pursuing his profession within the limits of-this V July4/5T. ItStrayed : V if 'I ,
Schemes will be (faitbfullr am] promptly filled city, shall pay a tax of ten dollara. and obtain a licence -.

Address, 1'. H. HUBBAUD 4 Co, from the Intendant; and upon failure or refusal BO to ,la all iU vnrioos branches, and a prepared to execute

_.?*. **. Brig E Remington, Jones, 2f ir York, Box 40 Baltimore, M<1.Persooi 1. do. shall pay double the tax above assessed.Swi all orders with neatness and dispatch. His 'work-

1123 ** wtom 0 hides, 8 l>bJ& *yrnp.Bcririct 4. IfeilfuTtherOrdaintd, That all Ordinances will be warranted to be equal to that -of'any other r iR V

I1Il:1r. Satiflit, Wan; City, La.,. in io tie Wet or South can have their or' or parts of Ordinances conflicting with the true intent :Blacksmith here or elsewhere, and, will guarantee STOLEN fr n .tie wbj C
den filled in the Shelby College Lottery, of Kentncky and meaning of this Ordinance, be and the lame are satisfaction in every JOB. V V V \ nber/a ESaci '1 !3. o". s WId'I.

I 2S: 8chr. A J Yfea ,Xotm, New Orleans,, with* -8cbeme exactly the wme M the -aboya hereby repealed.., HORSE SHOEING, EepJrVg.&iJ IronJnf r blind 1iiod-eye.! I. L

-'I' eotton.i8ui .vnrn.wrtrXJUnArthorrtTfew'YorV. nnd also! drawn under the management of JL Francs F&seed tlie Council and approved. .. this twenty fourtfc (( ) -Yehklea, pantatkp
888 bales ( ,Address. C T. H. ,UUBBARD 4 i Co., i:'. p. IIOGUE,.>tendaat.ILvrcHixfOs will receive carcli., Land end to ir) ; V.

rncaivat: eio'_ Ith'b f ** -\ % ( Luii' tile, :KyIudh : ,Attcsk-JuAaJz5; ; CJork. = :X 1Ftb. L1I.8IR&f .. : .-Lo&HgpAnVd. ; 4 wsl I ILB i .

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I ___ --' fU-y -r *fc f LITIY4UI1LtTIILI$9 rpflB-mid mjneQ :bogs leave" tft jfertTttjo ei tlJL TalleTi3aBEleo: : Wbus1e Mit Betfl xi'j

D'YKE,. JOHI : *PMTOEIOUS TALLAhASSEE, PLOB IDA. tens oT Tallahassee tnd vlncinity. that he Las MAmrmcroit: COFPEBTIN I $udiAND ..
Proprietor would in. opened a carriage shop iti thispa joining Iuou W* WUOLeami.z .41D ItZTAIL
i. M Tro I> suaper( sum,, in advice*. MERCHANT TAltOR, THE his friends And the BrokaWs LIfery Stables, DEALXTL.IX( PLLiFAtVT AXD JArAZD P.fU= y. 8gici4 Iatrs..

Dealer in Ready Blade Clothing and public, that he has rebuilt big,_ Slces. s0g; %&nJo'ws Glass,p ,
TROY.1DVERTISING. i in the building formerly.occupied by J. 1.. Orooer, :%WARS; Oitanim1aei Putty flr Tobies.
Stables the old stand
Brick at and
large is
: DNVIO$1fifltiu8erton, f 1 00 Gentlemen's Famishing C o ods. prepared to accommodate his friends and, customers now where he Ii prepared to do all kinds wrt In Lii Stov( flcud.QnsIrter! and Oi.uWare. PiteatMqdieiz5e.,
0 .msi&uquot. 4'Biu line, at the ahortett notice and on the most Cooking.. Parlor insSopePZneToots. rvT.Wue, and
BOat He also has attached to his Stables,& good Black A SPLENDID awortment Erj
Cards iueerted $10 p.r / am now receiving my Fall and Winter supply smith Shop,where he will have have dene all kind*of REASONABLE TERMS, f Li. and Wood Stove,trirain.d with neatuoss jdHairBru Iai*; for edierotl *

tannin. Cloths Cassimeres Plantation work, Horse ..hoeingaud Carriagework in such and trimming makia new and durability reduced prices. Paint Broibe. Fatcr Article..
. 4 of Testings, 4c.$ oj as carriage painting ; Garden Se d., Fu .
n&rkedwith > Havana
not the
AdferttemtsU number
of the very best manner and with promptness and dis- b-oggies and wapoas,and all kinds of repairing. Having Ont Door Work.RoofinT. Scran
|m tioo Will b* continued until forbid, and charged Every Color, Style and Quality patch. procured a first rate .Ornamental Front Heads. Gntt riug. Copper They hare recently teemed article A,Laryt and'FrtAppjrofeferyTarhtyof
November 5, 1853. 44 trallr ht
I tVOert1 t.ts of publication of legal or estate which J am prepared to make up in. the most Carriage Painter and Trimmer, and Tin Condueting Pipes. Sheet Lead,Sheet drnggiatfc Tlantcra acid Pbyticun wifl slay, fSnt

xrtifiM will not b* given until the advertising fe. is fashionable style, on short notice. Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, from New York, the undersigned i.i prepared to d-> Zinc. Lead Pip s. Patent Cistern notice.!umps. Shop n orfc thi, establmbroent a full supvlj of eTcrjtlJoff Mf
p.W. .- For Sale by P. B. Brokaw this kind cf work as well and in the !latest style, as it of every variety done at short ded, and on tb W liberal terms -
AND REASONABLE TERMS North. and Country Merchants Orders from the Country BIJed!
rJIHE Subscriber just received a caii be done at the City prompIj ndiatisk,
-ALSOA --- All those who have tljis kind of work to do, and tic'ti smuranteed, with regard both
L large supply of Carriages, Are respectfully invited to give me a call b foie pur pikes and -F very
LAHnK AXD WELL SKLKCTEU STOCK. Of Buggies and Harness, which he offers wish it done in a manner that will not fail to give chasing elsewhere.f3T tj. Physician' prescriptioa' trefully compoonded
for sale on the most reasonable terms. satisfaction, wcr.ld do will to call onWM. N.B. All articles rcanwfActued from tha Tery Also.Eppmz'a compound flaid Extract of B*clx
READY-MADE CLOTHING! November 18, 184. 46 KUHNS. best material and warranted durable. No other arid Jan 6. 18518

Consisting of suitable for May2'fl 18 lewill be offered for sale.
every garment winter wear, MLLES NASH &, CO. Cod Liver Oil.
such as Cloaks. Talmwi, Coats,Vests, Pants, Ac.. Ac, October 20, 1S5. 4J
which will be disposed of at low prices. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Ate. Piano Fortes. FRESH A PURE of the celebrated "Brand-

Also, a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts, Collais, received from New Yoi k per bark R.H. Gam E are prepared to furnish PianoFortes Wines, Syrups, Ac Clark dt Co, A P.ushton's.

Undershirts.Cravats, Stocks Hosiery, Ac., Ac. JUST a general assortment o articles in our line, I-r TTI of the very best quality, LD Otard Brandy, Sparkling Culr, For sAle by AMES A LIYBLY
H Those desiring a thorough out-tit will consult their such as Oils of almost every kind, Burning Fluid, I upon the most liberal tei ms. O Old Port, Old Port Jniee. April6.1e46. U -
own interests by giving me a call, as all the above articles White Lead, Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of They are second to none in any country either as Madeira, Brandy Cheriit*.

have been selected with great care, and with a best quality, Putty, Brushes, Potash, Soda Sparkling to quality or price. Sherry, Sardines, Notice.IX .

special view to their adaptation to this market. Gelatm] ,London Mustard, French Brandy(very best,) Every Jastrumeutwill be warranted. Sparkling Galatine, Preserved Quinoas, IX Months frcm the first
October 13, 1656. pnbUcatioe tlu ,.
ly-42 for medicinal Lemon MILES NASH & 00.
purposes, Spices, Pepper. Syrup Flavoring Extracts, P ar., tie, the undersigned dminntrator
4 Inks, Quinine, Peruvian Bark Fluid Extract Bueha, February 23,183C. 8 Yeast Powders Tamariodj a of tl. ,.
: Ames & Lively SW STOKE-NEW GOODS. Spanish Spices HI Li is final oeoount and
ty. present voudprs iaijaJtnlnutratcr
Medicines. We keep none but the very beet and Town Property for Sale. Ccrn Starch Pickles aj
-I ,
received the following, /urge and well ? and ask for A discharge.
just merit
HAVE assortment of BRUSHES, which are WEBER & BA1TNHEIMEB, hope to your patronage.MILES NASH, i CO. T lIE un
offered for sale on as reasonable terms as can be afforded Marsh 29. 1S56 IswAIUIQintoN described property, known as the Jrain LoU, English Mustard, *, Jan. 9. 18.8. !-4u
in Southern Market, viz: MERCHANT TAILORS viz: L/'tsNos. 8, 25ii7, 30, .18, 140, 141, 142, 143, CItret, Cocoa.
Paint Brashes any ground frrrn 0 to 000000 ; WEES" 14-1, 22C, -2-7, 2155, 23V2IO, 241, -2, 243, 244. 245, AMES A LIYELT. Insolvent Estate Notice.
do do do Copperbound frora No. 1 to 6, AND EEAIEH.S 1H 248, 24 G, '.'50, 252, 253, 251, 256. 257, 25S, 268, all January 1856.Livery .
White Waeh Brushes, of al! grades and size?, I READ Y-MADE CL0THL\G : i-cw : cit 1ct. in the original plan of th j city of Tallahassee. STATE OF FLORIDA. I
Window do Hoire do Ii II I -ALSO- and Sale Stable. JEFFERSON COUNTY, J

Bhoe do in pairs and with top IraoU. i GENTLEMEN'S'' A FURNISHING N D This Establishment is Xow Under Full Blast. Lots Noe. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 l, G, 7, ia S. County qr.A b r-nd GOODS O
Charles Uuriinrff.! late
Sea Root Bath Brushes, .1 tbnt he has of J ffrson county,
tli-nth of Mr. Pin J. Mr. GEO. S. Kixo i K cL pur- deceased, baa fifed in tie Prelate
do do Velvet do ? I office of Jeffervii
_.. cha! 'cil the Livery Stable of..Vi'iili.am .
Horse Hair Flesh do curved nnd plain. rpnE SUBSCRIBERS are now opening at SINCEthr: ;i charge: all communications, theirfoic ts J,*ws. 4, 12. 13,15, 16, 22, 25, 33, 4C, 43, 61 H.? News rn, in Tallahassee,together vii! the t county, n written 8ur r !twn tliat he believes the ci-

Tooth. Hair and Nail Brathes, in great variety.Infant's JL the Store next to Meffrs. G. be insolvent. Thereap-

do do nil!, a well selected Stock of Full and \\citcr All woik coming under the haul of tub liualncas Thealiove described property formerly belcrgeuto prepared to carry on the bs !ir.csj in all its !rcrcbe, on notice ia hereby given to all persons Laving elain*
Th4C do Fltt-b Gloves. Goods, suitable .rmatiou and t nifwh'ch and the with dation3 saint raid estate to appear and file the same with
Wire bound Stencil Brushes. ut ns noa'Ttf'e"a charge JIB price of labor, te, will will be iihernl, apply! to A.Ptrry ArnalT, Esq., ia his prom Hue: e3 reosscable public tenm.I .good accornra te! JK'J:;<* ff Prolate, of said county, on or before

do do marking do WEAR, !jiintify.Ti.i.' Attney r.t Law, Talihi! : ?ce.CHAULE3. ;I en RICHARD SAUKDERS.Sp. I the third day cf Hay ntxt. when there Will be a pro-

Ijna bound Roof do eonsietimr hi part of French and English CJoth*. Caotimeiea Esfabiii-IiMcnt i is not kepi up fcr the purpose [ P. JIANNIXO. I C, 1SS6 2(5( I rata distribution cf the funds belfrgrnj to aid wtatearrecgstthj
Handle Scrib do aiH vesting* of tins latent style and best quality (making mnt, (* range to wy,} ns dear bought Until sold, the above property w.l! be for rent. __ _ -_ I creditor thereol; at which time the sak}
Poonah and Lackering do I which th- are prepared to make up to order i in: jexpci knee I.as ifcmoiistr.jteil to me, it cannot bo don A. PKRRY A1IAKER.ar.r John D. linchert will apply lor LU Seal' diwhargt
Guilders tips and Graining Combs.Camel's a workman lile raid fisLiovtb:< mannei. and on lirxBONABI.E in thi. rcffioo at thw branch of biiiiiies?-but for the ; 16, l&56. 7tfO Tallahassee Sask and Blind frcm the adaiinl*t ration of saiil estatt.

Hair and Badgers Blenders, I Tj.j-.ys:. Also, a good cssoitinent of I benefit of the uiifotlunate who )happen to have Eu- _L3c, THOMAS J. CHASE. Judge of Prvbfttt

do do Pencils, I EEABY-KADE CLOTHING, (-iu
Sharing Brushes-Badger, Buffalo and Bristl. >Pa'itrut, fifrM'l; jlnelimry, T*ol*, ike., beitiyxiri I F the following favorite braids now in Store JL the publ.c, that he f recofnmeDce'J the abf.ve
Hat do consisting of Fuia Black sail Colored Clitii Frock / \ IlL O,v' r. n' t/ (i. 'jd CoiidiiiottJclx I AHES & LIVKLY. bceineii i" til's citv of Tallan! see, and would be Notice.
Together with a large lot of Paints tnt! Painters Ma I Coats, Farcy CHiieie, Business Coat; *, Bir-ck and e'.',( Ic T> Mouths after date tie
terials.Nor. I CoWed Raglans and Oct C..nt.->, Black and Fancy _\e.'fne.' o ,d JiJarL.Sl.af'ing. j Iat the Rail R ad Depot. I. W. BOWEN. SIX uaJersigaed adainh
3000 Ho ,
cftbe Estate of Jo!
Napier n Ing rani. dee ei i
Djeskin and Cassimere Pants as
14, 1867. 47 Figured Greude ,
I and Fancy Silk ana Caitnere Vit>ts. Puilioo. Plumber Boxes, H-srin25 for GfiOo; El Mtndae Neva Locdre. March 7, 57.; 10 late of G&dsden county, will present his final aeeout
:so. 5U2. fehaftings. Spur ((;icanr.g. AVatT 'Jiil ISKam Pipe. SOul Empress Kugeoia, 1 to the Ja>7ge of Probate of said onnty..< smt ,ask io*
-ALSO- Stop C Si-g.irR3ll rs, Circular and Upright! Saw Mill and ; 4000 Old! Figaro. right ofbia W'tf.
A good assortment of black cod fancy silk cravats Gil+l Mill Gearing: Circv.laran.l Upright Saws, tc.. I 2000 Mon Muras, Cannon H. Shipp. Administrator of Nov.,163'7. 4-1mn

DY THE PRESIDENT and tics, si'irt, met in..), silk'and: cotton under shirts, Ae.. tc., Generally kept on Hand, or got up en Short I 10000 La Fivourita, Cannon H. SUipp, dec'd. Comp't.,
collars, socks glove, &?. Notice. In Fa-t, here i i-- the Place f-r all that Want 5000 AmUsdi-s Rivas, 21. Insolvent
OF THE UNITED STATES The subscribers are new beginneis and not entirely Woik in this Line Done r.p Right and with Dispatch.HavLg t 10000 Ln, Fontica, Reddin C. Shipp, CLm,?a Win- Estate Notice.
Will/am. Smith and Ia
=- unknown to the community, and they pledge some 'inlti i'''>?.en Engines myself constantly 7000; Kl: De Orion, I! his fate wif, and their Descendants ilslaey, Ciamc ry. A LL persons havhig claim afaisit the stat. of
themselves to give satisfaction to all who may. favor running, caused the Establishment to be erected 12000 Regalia Londrea. -tl..J me II. TViliaa! late of Leon county,<}..
of law I. JAMES BUCHANAN, Britton and Elizabeth his
IN pursuance them with their patronage the eame cause must keep it vp. Therefore, you can I 2000 Eleccion. King ceased, are hereby notified to appear and 6>!c tb.
United of America. Jo
of the States wife and their Descendants D.-
President i J. V/EBBR. always rely on having wr-ik done at the Oct. 17, 1857. 42 same tritb the Judge of Probate rf Leon cocnty on
hereby declare and make knowu that public eal 'swill I _ _ fendacts."TT .
or before the fiftb! ;Jsy of July,1833,ilr
in ; IRON
be held at the undermentioned land office, tho
to the atisfactioa cf tbs Court filed
appearing b/ rata, the executor tf said estate bating a irrittu
State of Alabama, at the period hereinafter designated Sept. i. 1857. S9-if DENTISTRY.D1. L. n'lid.ivit, filed ia this cause, that none of said Defendints .lgesicu of iU Liiolrecej.

to-wit: i But Her. Comes the Nat JirtiorinnL; Thing. are ridrs? of tin State of Florida, but D. vr. GWYN
At the land office at Elba comrcenriug on Monday, T. J. CUR LEE, that the said llfldln C. Ship rfidcs in the State .
: Jadg of hobate.Jan. .
the Clh day of April next for the disposal of the public A. B. CLARKE, PAY PAY PAY I, 'TILL conCnue. in future, the placY ...- c( GecrgiT the ?nid Clari'sa Wicgate, in the State .9. 12T.

lands situated within the following named town You will send to Xew Yoik, Philadelphia and Bal $ tice .fDENTIST1tV, in ; of Norlfi Carolim, and that the residensv of the paid
ships, rix: IS now recc-ivinj h's Fall aui Winter! S{ line and Wttt tit TallnkanwJferidian. Goods, suitable forB8SN8' HP has had several rnieticnl experience in the and Brittou and Elizabeth and their
Jfortk of tin b ut of : Ureaniiag of credit! but here at hcine where there arc | years : King Descendant -
WEAR LO Banks or Bankii facilities, surplcs capital. con I proffsirn the last three of wiiJi l-na been in those ? are unknown to the Complainant, but that according SIX Months after date I shall ai exewtrix of tie

Fractional township 7. cfrenges 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, I want 1, 2, 3, 4 awl 5 years cic-Jit, and tl-eti require secticn cor.utry. His wrtk ii nf the most beautiful ; to the best information he can obtain, they of Bet;jnmin Johnson, late of Jefferson
IS. 14, 1 16and 17. j con.i-tilq: ; in part of fiench and English Clot', Cassi- one to ride from 50 to 500 miles for pay, and proba- aud durable (haiacter iud satisfaction is guaranteed resides (if any of them are living) in some of the oouaty. Florida, deceased render my final accounts,

Fractional towuship 6, of ra-.igts IS, 19,20, 21, 22, nacres and Vestings of all colors, and of the bfstquul i }by! ultii: atfly expend fioi.i 10 to 5 per cent of iu every instance. I South Western States. and apply to the Honorable Thomas J.Chafe,Judge
28.24, aud 25.Fractional j ity, which he is prcpaied to rnanuftctnre to order on amount it: collecting Is this rL'ht? Is this encour- Ail communications 'cntto Monticello FlaM will It i is on motion oidereJ, that the Defendants appear of Probate, of the Court of Probate of ad county,
tie m' bt reasonable ttraifr and in the receive attention as soon a" previous engagements and the Complainant's Bill otherwise bra discharge from further administration ftheuQeatate.
sections 25, 28. 27, 23, u&d SO, of fractiouil wost ning IIonc Industry I If so, can you be surprised nswer >
township 6. of rcge 20. FASHIONABLE ,I that it does not thih'efArrareei.vi.t3 I will pertr.it.t the raid lil> shall bo taken pro-for.tesso. It is further SARAH A.JOHNSOlf. PMontieello.

Fractional sections 2o, 28, Bud SO, tf frr.ctiuaaltownrhip MANNER, mut: 'e rarxde! for pr.yment before t : oidered. that a copy of this order be pubia! !. d Nor. 7. I87. 45ra H

6 of e 27. TcjtlLer with a geneiil .bsortnettItEADYMADE of houSe we'kly KT tour nioctua in time Jallanasa r.orictan -
ran : d'1iveivfvri. t'uougb! tome inthiitpli.ee, ; r. E r E R E x c E a :
Fractional pectin 25, and lie >ast of fractional St.: Mai'ks, or ''IVilal.asse.--! is far enough from CLOTHING ; Go"-. M. 3. PEaaY, Florida. of December A. D 1S57.J. .
etion 28,of fractional towiihip 6. of range S3. hon day ,
tcd law the of f-choo! I that wil ? after Ho.y. J. L. SEVASID, J WAYLES BAKER, Jodga.j Months cf'cr dcte. we tie unJe sJywd ad-
Lands ppropiL ty yr etc eoWire fvorLly with any Ltck c.fCth-! You may be good but we cannot run o.r .h.ua6vI3e, Ga.HuN. SIX
ilIN. T. E. LOTK, J Dee. 1 1SS7. 5I-lm : of tie Et ite of J kn Smith de
v.IUl excluded from i e1Ld fr I ?. <
military, and other pulses, j : .ver E310 in tii eitv. ofI lard! eanrc-s m this: Department. Besides when j
the fale. :inc Bak: ad Cotureil Cutl ad }'l(.(i.Fo i. ; Lab-jr i ir crHit"! oat. pnrlit try bard? to mne tiiPin- W. S. DlL OETB, ) Monlice". F'a. ceased !laic Gadiden county will present our final
KEV. Vi. E.; H\LTO.V, j In the Circuit C'otrt of the Middle Circuit of accounts and Touchers to the Hon. JmL-t ot Praia.
linds ;!11 11 cnrrenccden
the abet Casfitr.ere
of csJ Beaver
The offciing c e ;:y Frock a: d Buskers ; .:les l-clitvt it i i.: uot Luf: dohe, because tey Owe -
cf mid
iL" day! appointed.; at.J v.i'.l j locccd i Li the order Coal;, i fit.. Hoy.J.C. Mcrjn'.c. | ? d"nr.a.GEX. F'zida.; I county at*] ask to be c'wcliarire
ia whic.h fedvcrlUcd. r.Llil tie who'e! elis'l ; Black ar.'l colored C.ota Beaver and Pilot Over- OoL.B.C.I'orE.: j : TEOlfAd P. SMITE ,
they sic i DAXIEL LADS, : ch H. Forbes,an J hi*iv ifs. Su-1] JOhN
M. WHIT SVITJI. Al.it.itor Fla. SMITH, f
uifeied &ud the sales thus closed ln.t the Hack Suriouts ,
hare been ,
; j i Catharine Fozb.s
NCT- For Julj 11, S57. C8 can ,
-gale thill not be kept ojx>n lonatr titan ivo {. j 'ti.s Black and Fany Doeskin nn-i Cashmere J Aprii S.r57.. 17lliEAT Qthey, rov.21.ls57.

and no piivate entry of any of tLe lincU will be aJxnilted j: 1'antf, WiTliam C.S.tcaders, Executor, and
Mantillas Cloaks &c. OF
t until after the <-xpiratioa of th two w teks.Qiren t Best Gr aad5ne, Barathea, Satia nnd Cloth Vest?, t Enher LRofc.. Exec.trizofthe In Leoe cc nn Notice.

under my hand, tt the cily cf Washington, Fancy Vtvet, Ca .ia tie, Siik end Cashi.iera do., | \\LJIAR, hued and ..niiaed, Lands l'st Will and Testament of Jo- }-ty In CLaa jtrsigsed six months after date, will pre
this Z9tb day of December. A. D., 16i7. White feilk i'.o, .1 do with IIOOl. j School & Seminary i seph MiUtr! r'eceascd, William eery T'liE to Hco.Judge cf Probate of Leaa Cocnty

JAMES BUCHANAN. GcuU'Shawl-, Jre.srg Robes, Fine Shirt, Silk, Prii.led; Plih d i "VTOT1CE is givir. that in of i C.Saunders, James Miller, Jo- their final ateount of the estate of Alfred il.Oatlin-

By the 1 resident: THOS.A.IIESDRICKS. j Cotton and Merino Und.-r shirts, Basque CInak. j IN law, I will hereby offer Lr eac! at public auction pursuance,all the I rpph Miller, Daniel McCauley, deceased, and ask for a discharge from ti. admiiutratica *-
Canto Fl&Luel and Jeans Drawtr8. Z'jHve Wrappers.M Thomas CLirk,and his wifs.Martha cf said estate.
OoAiTnL eioner of the General Land O Sce.yOTICE ALSO ..ire mid) Cloth Ckskc SAU/AVJ A'"I A5.> C. Clark, and John Miller.j I r SARAH A. BETTOIf. ExtrxTCRSUTT

PJ.-h Velvet TO PRE-EXPTIOX CLI!lilA XTh1 : A general acsortment of Fancy and Black Siik and Black and Brown Sable Fur Zettc, | i. fid-ivit, :aap.n1! filed in this cause that Vi'm. right of hi* wife.

Every person entitled to the right of pre-emption Satin Stocks, Tics and Ciava'a. 'Collars, olored! and Ciiildren's P'ur Tijipolo and Clop.ks. SECTIONS, 'i C. Saunders, James Miller, Joseph Miller, Daniel ?6, 1147.

to any of the lands within the lowi.ships and pait? of white Kid and Silk Cloves, Buck and Lisle Thtca-3! BUTLER A. DEXHAM.Od ; and ku-ls selected to supply deficiencies therein ly- j' McCy.iley, and Join Miller Defen ianta. ia the Bill
township above enumerated required to r Ublish 1 do.. J.adit Gauntlets superior Linen. Canibric and 17, 1S67. -12 irg and being in the Counties hereinafter named at I f.liri in the r.bove stated cause, reside beyond tlieju- Notice.
the same to the satisfaction tf the register nnd iceeiver Silk Handkerchief?, Br >wn nn-1 Fancy Cotton, Lisle the times herein ppecified. The Bale of the Line's' lying i li'dijiion of this Court and beyond the limits of the
of the land office at Elba, and make payntntthcrrfor i Thread and Marino J Hose, thinJi :1 BUY. therefore ordered that E.iiJ Defendants Willi.ira C. the estate of Thomas Reynolds deceased late
a* soon practicable after feeing o- the Court-Louse, in which they respectively lie. The ,
the for the I O.bT11S5.4 r-'llOSE who lmnot Eupplird them- J Saundcrs James Miller Miller Daniel Me- of Leon county will present Lis final accounts and
tise, and before day appointed commencement Eale will commence Joseph ,
of the public sale of the lands embracing the JL e*]VPS with hfoek for thprefetit year, I i Caulcy, and John Miller, appear and answer said voucher to the Hon.Judge Probate of said county
tract claimed; othci wise mcb claim will be forietcd.TUbS. Congress Water. would do well to vvt and see nr! lot IIPj : In Madhon County, on Monday the 12th of ; Bill, on or before the Srst Monday in May next, 185S, and ask to be J: charged.J2SSE.

A. HESURICKS, ; j fuie purchasing elsewhere. We Lave several lii.e April next ; otherwise tie Complainants' Bill shall be taken as AVERITT, IiMutor.
Commissioner of the General Laud 'Jffic 1 A FRESH 1Upyj5t! received and for sal" by ; ; i'r horrec. well broke, anl l alt. > tpvi-ral A No. 1 In Columbia County, on Monday &e lOlls of 4 confers.-- against them. Provided, That a copy of Sept. 12, 1S57. S7- m -
L j sigle,: haniei1 horpps, which we wilrIrer.!!! for sale on ia
Jan.16.1858. 3 AMES & LIVELY April next this order be published a newspaper printed inTallahas.'e1.
: Sept. 1657. SS j the rno'.t irs.scnablc temif. Florida once a week for four months Notice.SIX .
j Weather cin'-'ttinp' '. w* will be in Tallahassee enI in Alachva Cozinly, on Monday tle 2G/7 of i
United States Mail Line preceding tLe said Rule Day in May, A. D, 135?.
; Hats & I or about the It'f 'Mlh mat. April nczt ; Ordered at Chambers, this 29tb day of Deeembtr, Mouths after date, shall present my final ac
Caps : and vouchers to the Hon. Jadtt of Pro
i DILL A HILLS. i In the 20/7 ,
-FROMpNEW Levy County, on Thursday of i A. D., 1S07. J. %AYLES BAKER, Judge.
FINEarsortinentofJ1ATSCApS! Jan. 16, 1F58. 3-tf bate, Jefferton county, as administrator with tb.
; F
ORLEANS TO KIT WEST April next ; Jan. 2, 1S5S. 1-lna |
i G&J- Fall and Wint-r fij Will annexed of the Estate of Mary Saltonstall, l late
AXDINTERMEDIATE j .Stylc.sHODGKISS, SCOTT A POOLE. Notice.TANTED In Marion County, on Monday the 3d of May \ "FULTON FOUNDRY of said county deceased, and ask for a discharge from

FRORIDJL PORTS, Srpt.! 19. 1657. S3I" neii ; \ said administration.
? "" j \\ I'f tvo young Ladies, who have had Ii tiumpler County, on Thursday the G/A of \ z.1ct1aa3oe JOSHUA TAYLOR, Admfr, Li.
OOWXECTEB WITH YET & Gouts' I T c' n 'iii irsLo! espeiifuce in te.viiini and arc N.T.'i', 1857. 456mNotice.
Boys May; na.t ; > rj'IJll UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the
STEAMER ISABEL i well Qualifip.l to teach all tl t- hihfr; Englith Brn'iei- -
: FALL &, WINTER CLOTHNG. j e*. Fienh, Llni-ic, with Drawing, P..iiitii.g. and 0-; In Ilrrnnndo Ccur.lyo.i 3wnday rfic 10//i of > J public that they have associated themselves in
!* IIAVAXA AXD CKAaLEETON AT RET VIPL. \ business, under the naruc and style of .
t r.amental cork, fiit _.itioifs in or near Talaha-! as Niiy nczt ;
r* 4- /-'1ALL and FOP our SJock. It is largesud roil seW t teaclierc. They would prefer f-Ituntion: ? logelhf". > In IIHULoro' Coxjtiyox 'Saturday iJc l 5/7z I\ Cardy, Baya & Co, O IX Months after date, I shall as executor of theO
THE OUTIIERNSteamshipq. l.cteilODGKISS, SCOTT i POOLE. Adv.-ince-l Sljoliim! preferred. Sa'isfaelory testiaco- Estate Charles T. J. SrngeUo late of Jefferson -
Sept. 19. isr.'. 33Administrator's j nials of Scholarship cnn !/<' uivtn. AdJiw ofMayjicrl ; \ fur the purpose of following the trade rounders and c.iunty, Florida, deceased, render my final a-
Company j Misses PENNINGTONVAIAER.. I 1 In Manatee Countv' on Tuesday the lO.'A cf MaohinifcU, and are prepared to execute all kinds of counte, and apply to the Hon. Judge of Probate, cf

Bale Box 377. Montgomery, Ala. Mag ncz.'. D. S. WALKER, furnished work appertaining to order and U this warranted business. Steam Engines said county for a discharge from further administration -
to give satisfaction. L
Feb. 1E5S. 65wGUNSMITII of said est-xle.
Monday the ICtL of March i..xt. will be oU t C. Register, tjr.; Sugar Mills and Castings of nil kinds made with
taken the mail contract for above ports, O Jan. 1C, ISrS. 3-1 St neatness and Plans and .
HAYING before fnv Auclion Iloor.i n l'tfSi1vt.rpoon dispatch. estimates furnished EXt'r.Nov.2SI85' .
two first cla s Sea Steamers regularly "
ic. 11. II BERRY A of all kinds of Machinery and Engineering. They
SHOP. 48-em
twice a month, meeting in the Spanish Hole on the 13, 1813. --tjEice i& From Few York, are also sole agents far Ilo.ird d t Sons Steam Engines
15th and 29th. and kuvinj the same evening. for Cotton and
I I Ginning Grinding Sawing, and Harrison's
THE "STRA.ER SPIM Y" Pice t r'cfl uudtrsigucd begs leave tolnfoim thocitizer.sof FEZ BRIG Ji'JjRUSHED TO" Grist "illb fur steam or horse power. NoticeiS

trill leave New Port in the morning, and St. Marks I t 1__ thE: [place. nfl sunocndir cnur.try. that he ( \ Sugar, Onions, JOSEPH CARDY, hereby given that Receiver Receipt No.11,73

terminus on the arrival of the Cars from Tallahassee, OA TIERCES RICE, 20 Lalf lic-rrfs (1.). has opened a number one I \J Loaf Rio Coffee, WILLIAM BAYA, issued ti> me for ?24.S1 J piid by me to the tlw
taking EI1.'passengers, baggage and freight to and -;) for sac to arrive per Ilfnrv Nutt from Char- I GUNSMITH SHOP, Powdered Java JOHN CARDY. ted States for Fractional Section No.6, of TownbpNo

from the Steamer,and returning in season for the af-- l:*ton.Dec.. McNAUGIIT. O1t1OND CO. end that he is now prepared to do all kind of \4Oik Bee Hive Syrup, Starch, May 30, '57. 22-ly S. of Range No. 1 North and West, and da>a
I 19,1857. M Diied at Tallahassee, 21 1S54 has been t-st
; September
tornobp train."The belonging to Lis line of business ia the best and most Apples, Soap, ,
ravelling public cnn now rest assured that this workmanlike uiattner. All work done at his chop Rice,, Pepper, Winter Supplies. or destroyed, and that said entry of land having brea
long desired and frequently attempted communication Plows warrant'l.! White Beans, Ginger, canceled by the General Land Office. it is 01? :"
to and from the above ports is in such hands a Fulton JIaiket Bsef, Alspico, OUR STOCK is now complete and open for in tcntiou to apply."for tie re payment of the p uclia
A FINK LOT, vr.ricus sizes, J5f C4.'iandUi./1aatriel t ..JJfAUGL'STUS 3 and comprises as usual selec
to warrant permanency and succees. Saleratis, Sweet Oil, a good money. Signed, DEMPSEY C. TAYLOR.Jan. .
Passenger* having slave ervante mutt see to t 11. f..raaleb'I BROWN. Soda. Sperm Candles, lion of 30, 152S 6-Cw
clearing them At the Custom House, before"goi onboard i McNAUGHT, ORMOND J; CO. Shop next door to J. & G. Xukcr's, llarnesa PotAsh, Adamantine Candles, Groceries, Hardware Itolluw-'crare,Tin-ware, Sad ----
/ j Jan. 3, 1868. 4Liverpool s II 0 P. Macoaroui, Green Pea, dlery! Crockery Glassware Cooking and Parlor Notice.SIX

*13f Also loot after your Baggage jourstlf. I Tallsbasee, DM. 10, 1S57. 51-fim Mace, Asparagus, Stove, Dry Goods, Iron and Steel, Furniture .
Montis after the first cf this
For farther particular Apply to Sthk Salt. Pickles assorted, Tomatoes. Hat and Caps, Boots and Shoes, and piblication no-
DANIEL GARDEN SEEDS Yeast Powder, Current Yankee Notions of all sorts. the undersigned will present'bU. ra! a-
LADD. Agent. ') SACKS, Cargo Brig J- Carrer daily erpeeled. Jelly, All which we offer for sale, and respectfully solicit count and vouchers as administrator cf tha Estata
"yew Pert. Fla.. July 11. 1857. 28 h11 Will be sold low in huge" lots GROWTH OF 1S57.E *Marches* Lobsters. an inspection of same, by our friends and the public. of Eliza J. Jerkins, deceased late of Leon county,
on Clipboard at Spanish bole.McNAUGUT. ALSOrA McNAUGHT, ORMOND A CO. and ask for a discharge. .W.B.M ILLS,.Admt'r.
FLORIDA BAIL ROAD ORMOND A CO. wcoM call the attention of our friends and general assortment of Tea*. Newport. Nov. 14, 1857 46INSURANCE JRD. 23, 1853.'S
Feb. 6, 16f 8. 0 the public generally, to our present Largo and
RUNNING 73 MILES. well selected Assortment of -LBO-
An extensive assortment of assoited CANDY. T NA Notice.
Boots & Shoes. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. For snle B U. BERRY.
months after date, I shall present roy final ar
:BEJ I.J :roin the d'nmble a Our Seeds arc procured from a Cold Climate, and ___ !L26_ 1857. 39 CONPANY SIX and vouchers tu the Hon.Judge of Probate
:L jc tock ci JiOOTS & SHOES consequently will flourish the letter in a warmer one, OF lIAR TFORD. for Jefferson county, as admit Jstratrix of UM Estate
TRAILS XEA E FEENANDI of every vari'lv and description. such n as ours. reCall early or send your orders, Butler& Denham cf Beiifunua "U'indLam,1at of cud county deceased,
HODGKISS, SCOTT & POOLE that.you may secure the vaiieties you de ire. and nit for a discharge from said administrallon.S .
DAILY(Sunday* epted) for "Btarke (near SepL 19, 1867. 28 AMES 4 LIVELY. ARE now opening their FALL and WINTER Incorporated in ISW.-Charler Perpetnal. JANE WINDHAM, Admt'r.Feb. .

Pond) only 8 miles frem Fort Har-. January 0, 1853., 2CoPartnersb.ip which comprise a complete and varied 6, 1838. 6pniC
lee,eoooecUn j -weeldy \viib 4 horse Mail Stages Sea Island Seed. assortment in every department. In the .Silk and CASH ITAJL-$1,000OOO..
for GainftsriOe. Micanopy,Ocala, Tampa Bay. and Dress department will be found some of tie most
all potnU in East and-South .Florida. At Baldwin Sea Island Cotton Seed, for sale by Notice beautiful and elegant, INSURE AGAINST LOSS AND DAMAGE BY FISH, Notice.

(the janetloD of the Jacksonville and Alligator Road) FINE McNAUGHT, ORMOND A 00.Jan. r"pIIE undersigned have this day formed a eopirtJL Sidestriped Silk Robes, ON TEEMS ADAPTED TO THE HAZARD, QIX weeks from date the undersigned will apply
connecting with Stages' for Jacksonville, Alligator, 23, 1858. 1 nership, under the name and style of Flounced dark ground, AND CONSISTENT WITh THE LAWS O to the Judge of Probate of Leon county for let*
Ttllabatiee,'end alt rWuttloMiddU.. Florid do bright 07 COMPENSATION. ten administration upon the estate of Henry Zeif*

Lochfines IVI/yore U, ,c.c'rri Solid Color Moire Antique, B. C. LEWIS let,deceased. J.B. JEipt-&T.
tiSCHEDULE.. Black do do Agent, F.b.: ,188. '1-6w '
and will continue the busineis in all iU branches at For Tallahaw and -
; dailySizudays 2 0 HALF BBLSLochfin* Herring*,just landed the Old Stand of Towle t My rs, where they intend Flounced Beragee, win colored, August- 1C, 18S7. 33 vicinity. -

Leayeexeented) z\. ...... .... ., 12, M.- arid for sale,price, $10 half barrel keeping a full assortment of all articles appertaining Delaine Robes a Baize Burning Fluid
Anve4Lsrke at..,'.'.5, P. M. McNAUGHT, ORMOND 4 00. to their branch of business, and hope by constant attention Together with a fine assortment of BIa k Silk, Health Bitters.T'O aaJ
Lear Stark* daily (Sundays exceptcd Drc. 19, 187.- filNotice. to merit the patronage, heretofore extended Black Silk Velvet Basque width, Sbepards Plaid OF A. SUPERIOR QUALITY. received

... .- ) at....".. .....4.A. M. to the late firm. Figured Merinos, Plain do, Black Bombazine, French those suffering from.'Dyspepsia, Debility, en- tale by AMES A LIVILT.Januaryl,185'l. .
.Aft9v.4t Feruaiiaast. .... ...V.8.A.M. SELIM W. MYER3. Embroidered Setts, Brussels point Applique Sett, febled health! pr deranged itata of the Stomach, *
BLopflrAt Babtwiii-isnd.Trzil Ridge (the cros- B. B. GORMAN. Sett* Real point Lace, White lUuslion Capes do, to. these Bitten are recommended by the --
aingof! (be NewIUct Hoad)cacb way;:end conncetl A LL persons having demands against the estate ot Tallahassee- January 1. [10] 1868. 8-tf Oot., 7, 1767. 42 Faculty, a* a certain cure. For ssIehy Florida Eeports.r .
-1LWiUlaw Ellis deceased late Jefferson
county -
Femfcsdiaa itli Btemert both ZariLtmaL BUTLER 4DENHAM.
tf -
OMPLETE In ft yolumea
aM cIrLetoszing and raturning. tljeunderjig, will take rtd notic duly* that authenticated they must withn present-e them time.'to,, TheOriginalEsrtra ftuality : Ladies Dress Goods. .v., 14.,185t. 46,. ', J v 'McrI0tTGALLkR0B3T. a
FRIGIrL- ? prescribed by Jaw;or this notice will be 'plead! in CORN STARCH. T ATEST Fall and Winter style of new and bean QUININE pt8,18J7.. 85 ,.* ,,

Rc ivcd br tl* OotapaDj'i Afftati fr* cf cbrr, a ittsil bar of tbefr recovery f apT I Iall pt'rsonsioebtd to- JLJ tIM Bide Stripe and Bayadere..Robes of Silk > : ci
the Mfttion*fitntf the TOttte,''*nd term dd to -said cftatiaraiiereby notified tr make immediate! PREPARED expressly for Padding*, Ice Cream, Popliruj and DeLwiue. runmwgs, Laces,; Embroido- JUST received 800 Ooyoia Sulpli Onlnine. f'tT(1 A 'fl.A.. LARGE Iaa

Feadn'SavAnkIi.r! iaT1e1toT5 InLre i'llirdW parroent to*the zindcrsigned ee Maog. Cwrtard Pie. Porriges, Hen, Ac.juat..received. by. '. ..- Brand, togetUr vltb& emt Varietr
'GEO4V.ciALL, Ser.-tiry. Jl. Res. 4 .-. 4. t.. OBACLES T.TAYLOR. Admt'r,. & 'b:. w hwJfre hhy AMFS L1VLY. HODGttTflS'SOOTT 4. root nfpnrs OUmfcali ,, AMIS *LIVJ5LT.. ,
?C,97. .p -it: r t ie. 2(1. l6. 8-8w 1!: i : 0 f.'ItS57.' 41 $4rt. isa. 'I st