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 13, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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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BY JONES & DIKE PAttAUASs1i.: FLifrRCH, 1 _,' 1858.( VOL, .X.Oa .III
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professional (arbs. I -b-;; 3n5iur55 Qnrb5.:: It /"'rom Life hlvtratrd 1,1 Agalti N-II5e- i' wnnnly thanked! ihf'r, and then! Tile Late Attempt 0c- Louis' Napoleon- f } 18 th.'wnii' i J 1. I"

= I _.- _, -- t 'HARD THIES." walked toward home feelhij; so miseralJe by whom and why it was Denned-Us, 'Cotlei Receipts r. &
sH'i-cd !I BO wishing she had no fashionable friends, no Repetition Certain. lSL.YiTkt
I Al he Purl from
MILES f 'VM. ANDERSON i <> lilSt. .
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I, nv ELLA ..\R IIn. positi-n to keep-so d It vonily wishing she J 1857
NKW YOK to 29ih'Febrosry m .
I DEALERS IX 1 ,:tcriaoy at I.aaw, :. j and George; could move into' a little bark. I F.L.20. On hand 31at Aitgutt, 1957, vAt i "12
I a Tu the Editor of the XelCork Tribune :
k I -ANDSOLICITOR thou and do likewise. I woods nook iu some remote corner of the : Newport in ,1. "
DRUGS < $ PAINTS February, -8.
| I INEQUiTY, Hut you know it's hard time now, IJi,' t! woild where emerald velvets and soirees Siu:-Sincf the late Attempt upon the life Preiiuwlf. I2a3llUTA ?

MEDICINES J3 OILS !IA\\A, TLA.I : said %Ir. hail to his young \\ifl' i j could not intrude. With this warmness come : of the Emperor Napoleon, it is often iv>ked t St. JJarks In February, t <;4" ,
r : -0_ ; 'Hard times!' HJ1'ntl.'dt"llir, her sweet {I up the high impulses svtiich are in evciy line : why the greater number, if, in fact, not all r Prerloust), n1,5Lrl,1_

WOULD inform their rieiids nud the public )KAOTICES in the Courts r.f Jacb I month pouting.; Fie, tlmtls the coiv: n. Wlllbii1g-
: e on li.iad a good Rswiiuent oftue : U)a aiul FrrLliiin the Supreme Court lit 3 f t| excuse you men always! ose when we want ,. so heartless to sacrifice; her home happiness i the Italian who was executedsome Totol rrcripls.Of Ih's- ,5.'
articles aa are generally kept in their line of l/usir.est ; nannaand in tU Uritoj Stab: cites {, lived for a I triumphal hour the butterflies of for attempting to assassinatethe .
and will be receiving; rcuIkvfrb Tbeii : IidiotCouit lit new 'e ton |nng; with ,;:111:1 r among years ago which 1,811 Laics are Sea Island:.
t.rus shall be reas9oabl supplies : AalacLicola.JJon.. REFEREXCES J and in brother M 1 organ'? family, no: to know la&hion, she would cheerfully give it up for I Emperor, was offered a free pardon if he Shipped Io same date : '_ J

Tallabas, April 9th 185S" U.___ : .J. Wavle : : how liit'e meaning i is in the \\ d. You arc : her husband's advantage. I would make a full cdnfesnion and ditiilgo! his To N ,w Yoikj ',
linker Tallahassee, I on'y' a Lit stingy.' Thus she earnestly spo'ue Co her husband accomplices, but ho bravely refused, and now Charleston $23
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Rulers, Ageat S. W. R, Bank I 1
Dr. Miles H. Nash, Him.J.J. Finley. Marirnni I No Nellie, you know am not. These when he came in from the store at night.- every inducement is held out to the present New Orleans! _.J

; OP'.Z&II EB rnoKESsioxxL BERTICES rb THE CITIZEKS orOFTJCE I Isaac VriiltcoD"Ag't. B. Columbus, ilarianna.: cciSainly arc the hardest! times I ever knew I lIe glanced at her cheerful face, and his reply prisoners, to reveal the details of the plot, for Other articles,hippcd Io date :: ,
ALuaASS AND f't'B.tlot:1iDll't.CCt'TR T. Dec. 12, 1S57.' 0-Cci I for men who do business on credit.! You : -'Thai's my own true, wir little Nellie,' participating In which they will undoubtedly To N.Y.N..0. TotalCotZos -

>E with. Dr. !L Na?b, Jme ]ilt*ly t'&stortbe I EDWIN A. HART, I know 1 liav'nt a great dcI; of capital, ihbugh I fully compensated. for her discarded! desire .- I forfeit their Jives. Atid though tho rumor Ym-bap.'!" .. .t: i_ -aLfifc w' ((84Tooarcco
is 7 that Redid IIM conC'e!'c: itirtf wlltttppesr asa
my name good. The hanks are crashing ? -cases, .411019'9' JJUW ,
M71g1855. 201'EDICAL i A1'torn.ey a't La.- / every wheie ; it's hard to borrow money, and I The night of Mrs. De Ja)ne'a soiree was a witness against hit fellow conspirators is Wool-lJatet.! .e fSpto ,

XOTIf.E. Tallahassee, Florida. I it \\ill bn hard for unmoneyed young mer :, warm October night- so calm and mellow industriously circulated, it is pot at all be- Turpentine-bbls., fiia': 518-

WILL praeUtfe in tIle Circuit Courts of the 3Ild-] chants to get goods or even get extension of and golden with the hazy air arid the moon lieved. Rosin Ot7-bLU., 218 213J2o
Drs. Eobertsoii & B6 ll District, and the Supreme Court of this cn-dit-I fear for mys*lf.: Am I unreasonablein and stars! just the night for a thin, graceful The reasons I have hitherto seen assigned -bbls-. 60. I78ar 1S33II
funned a eo partoere&ip in the pniclic Siate, and the District Court of tile Uufcd:[ States, at wishing you to think of all this before I costume just the night for Nellie to wear for the fact thit: the numerous attempts upon Pilch-bbl, ,2. .6i
HAVING profession, offer their. e"icesl.o the citueas Tallahassee G. & J.llepioBUf.Jan. tT. Offic over the Store of Messrs. buy you an eighty-dollar dress?l' her lace dress, though she had worn it four the Ctfiperor's life have been almost invariably Wood pailt-dozen, 289' 8

of Tallahiusee and surrouBding couutry.tr 30, 1858. 4 Nb, Gt'orgc-Jet, what will they say 1. times before; that season-yet she looked so made by Italians do not explain the matter finwbsltf; il r ':
a Hig Office*. over the Stor UUlj occupied by Bet Mrs. De Jayne gives her soiree next week, sweetly with & thaplet of gorgeous wood correctly. It is known that Louis Napoleon's Hide*-\\oote, 4377 In,

Fcb.U1'IT I-I.I A. J. PEELER'S and positively I have nothing to wear;' and leaves over her brown braidslik a sylph coup d'etat of the 2d of December was 5ii"nj-balrs, .25 :". ,
LAW & you bow how much they have nil made of amo">g the stately ladies in velvets; silks! and received with acclamation by the liberal par- loose, 228
E. BARNARD Jr. COLlbEGTION OFFICE, me since fre earns here, :rid.rtw 1've'got to moire antiques-and three or four intellectual ty in Tuscany ; and even in Rome, thoughby Rope Cutting-'bales! 23TFox 12
1 TALLAHASSE, FLORIDA. lose it ait because I've 'nothing to wear.' men from the city went by them to talk with his troops ho kpt' the Pontiff on his -=boletj S7Vz77oto

f WILL COXTIKVE Tar OFFICE Tar DOOE ur STAIRS or TUE IN TIlE FLOBIPJAN-SAME BUILDISG AND OPPOSITE Nothing to wear,' queried George, rather Mrs. Hall. Some of her set, eyed her scorn- throne, the news was not received with ill -beiffs, 3 ,8
DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS JOUINAL crrricE. her well-bred hostess her favor. On the contrary, the constitutional Pea Aru/. bbls.
Practice in the Circuit Coarts of quizzingly. Why, Nellie,you've got a pretty fully ; even gave a 5 5Moteshales
AT TXS OLD ITAHD, SICK 1 WILL Waknlla,Jefferson and Madison Gadadcn, and, sprigged muslin, you've got a black silk- critical look. But Mrs. Hall knew two or liberals, who tfieb for national liberty, but 3 .,3

attend promptly to the collection of notes and accounts and there's that beautiful lace dress you had three secrets which gave her strength to meet who are opposed to thd rfen republicans, even Live Oak, 2iOOO cubit fe,t to Nonuri. Vai
or Till Ii XOTATLrur in any of said Counties. when we were married.' them composedly; ruby velvet's husband's to this day regard him with favor, knowingthat Cotton receipts to same date last. yearf I
Feb. 27, 1858.CoPartuershp. 9if 1 Yes, yes, I know-but I mean I've noth- notes were protested, and Dr. De Jayne he has pressed upon the Pope many On hand, 31st August, 1856, -**.

or Clinton and Moro tiTallahasse. Notice. ing new to wear ; everybody has seen them would have to suspend by next week at the measures reform in opposition to the suggestions At Newport, in February, 1m
January It, 1856. 2. all a dozen times-' latest. She glanced over at him as be stood of Austria. The Italians as a nationare Previously, 15drt: =1&284At
-- ------ THE undersigned hare this day! entered into a.. Ah, Flora McFlimsy,' said her husband, by his wife, so radian' in her satins and diamonds friendly to the Emperor. The memoryof St. Mark_.in February. 2 39; ,
MEDICAL NOTICE. in theWHOLESALE laughing. -how lobor, how anxious, Low sick the Napoleon is till revered hy them.- Previously, 16, -, 18,858
-. & RETAIL I Well, laugh,' retorted Nellie rather pettishly he looked-bow ghastly his smiles were- But there has existed among them for many --. ..

j.PEKLEl..7.C. DATr :DB.BUSJNESS, with a desperate ffort not to cry ; She was thankful that her husband could wear years a body admirable organization and Total, 85,367

Drs. Peeler & Bates tinder the name and style of 'you may as Well laugh as to have the whole his calm look without deceit. great power-I allude to the dreadful Car OfiLc receipts 4693 were Sea A&ad.;

"TTAVING, AME1VELY.THEY town laugh at me for wearing my old dresses. Next week there was a financial pmic.- bonari. Shipped to same date : '
XJL of Medicine soci&ted and Surgery thcmselres respectfully in the practice offer .*. They will all make fun of it. Mr. De Jayne failed. There was a rumor Immediately after the French revolution of To New York, halos, 29,5OO

\ their services to the Public, in the treatment of all will be pleased to lee their friend Then they are not worth minding, Nellie, that Mrs. De Jayne sold her diamonds; her 1830, there were a serifs outbreaks through : Cbuleston. 1,8j2' .' _
ieut as well as cbronic diseases of all characters it and patrons at the old stand of D.H Ames, I am sure. I know you had rather stand brother Clarence, a wealthy banker, had suspended the Roman territory. extending: into the Duch.es New Orleans .68a
j Office Waakeenab, Jefferson co, Fla. where they will keep a full and generalassortmentofArticlesappertainingto such idle laughs than to have me break down and could not assist them ; and rubyvelvet' : of Parma and Modens. They were the -

; Jin. 9, 1858 2-tf theirne and Cheat .!! creditors j and, Nellie, eighty husband was a poor man-his wife'slast work of the Carbonari, and were soon putdown How TO PjtKVK COLDS.-A 'W LOW,
business D. n.
.AMES dollars will make difference i dress worth than articleof in the most sanguinary the like measles, or mumps, or any :ether" dad.
JOHN E. LLOYD M.tLIV EL Y. a great with me was more any manner by. .
i January1,18. i just now.' real estate he owned. troops of the late( Pope Gregory. In the Roman liar ailment, will run its course of aboal ten

f uo11.on.eer _-_____- __ u__ Well, I'm sure, I wish they had never Yet George Hall met his creditors honorably legations the present Emperor and his days, in spite of what may be, doria.: for. I It, .

ANDCOMMISSION i DENTISTRYUE taken any notice of me here. The rest of the I in New York, though he was not ableto brother, who died daring the insurrection unless,remedial meant are employed wftbni
I ( MERCHANT t I women will have new costumes whether it's I fill his store again, and accepted a clerkship were actively engaged. They were both 48 hours of its inception. Maor MefaT fife
I hard times or not'-and Nellie was actually !! at n moJerdiCi salary, as"the best thing sworn members of the Carbonari. It is gen- may be spared, to be increasingly se6& ty
f TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. I j crying.! I be could do. erally understood that it was Pietri the pres- cutting a cold! off in the following,.site Ml
July 1', 1556. 29-ly I IBM '- Corsican simple manner: On tbo first day of taking A
i 'Think about I it till supper time, Nel'ie'/; Times certainly were hard. Little wife prelect of police, who initiated the
: H. BERRY 1 i, said George, hastily, I n.ust go down to the I Nellie found there was more truth than poetry present Emperor into the Carbonari,of which cold, fhere I Is a very Unpleasant seaaatio' of

i i store now.. and he stopped to kiss her, but I in the expression, nothing to wenr.I .'- Mazzini, the present Pope, and the late King chillness. The moment you cbwrve ftls;g d
Auctioneer: and Commission :; j I i the flushed forehead did not lift from the cmI When she came to look over her wardrobe Charles Albert were active member This to yoar roon; and stay there. Keep it at -

MERCHANT. I!I, broidered muslin mouchoir, and with a nervous I sho took a ]long look ahead nnd saw what society never forgives a renegade, member; sash a temperature as i it. trill entirely prevent -

f AU.ABASsKrFIa. Ser.t.29, 18 li.9 I|; ,I j ;lq the young husband left the room. .I she must do without for the coming winter, and this Ihct is mentioned in explanation of this chilly feeling, even i if it nqufoi l o-d.z

: : undersigned gives notice that lie !iutenc's I j Nf-llie had a miserable, half hour cry, and ,[ though somehow Mrs. Williams and Mrs. De Mazzini's opposition to 1'ious IX and Charles gress of Fahrenheit .
S. S; XNIGET7 ; JL king Quiwy: irn t" jonlly'Ch.1: ) times duiii-p! when she went into her bed-room to smooth i! Jayne and others held up their beads nnd Albert ; and this i it the real secret of the? recent I In addition to th'i, put your fret In .wafer
the prebtiit year, vlierc he wIll be'pleaf-ed to wj.it ou I her hair, she was startled! to fee how swollen I I dressed.' Her conscience, her sympathy I and other attempts by Italians the l half-leg deep, a* hot-as you can bear it, add.
AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT ; all those who be in want of his ices. upon
!!; Teeth inserted may] the Process em her eyes were, and] how her cheeks wore !!' for her husband forbade }her such a course. : mpernr's life. ing hot water from time to time for s < ?*> i
TALLAHASSEE; TLOKIUA. :! cntin-lv ''. \vlich on mrpasscs Cbeoplastic anything yet r.process tiic: "vcrcd I stained. She had not looked so homely .i..d i i iuu There was her little purple velvet ht and Louis; Nr.polcon has been tried by the ter of an hoar, so that the water shall be hot

r: Septemher, ISG5, 05 ;]: for full Setts. Hundieds The IK-SI certificates I' "f'n.[ >: since shy was luarrit-d, and her Lead !I I mantilla she had when she was married ; she I chiefs of the society, formally condemned to tr when you take your feet otit; ih'ili when '-

t HL'CH A.Attorney. ('O1tLV, ;: can be tl.I /'J1 in its favor. Will be in Qulncy; ('U ached "0 too, and inl a (pleasant thought t to I j I: had wo'rn them two winters, waiting till I death, and received notice of the doom which you put them in. Then dry them tbotbttghly!
j }IonJaFeLl'ur" tIlt 1st, and will remain tiil the I' relieve her looked had started in business : and pat on thick woollen stock.ngs, erea* if .
l .ith. IM'.mVJS. ; everything gloomy. Fi- :| George gt! before she surely awaits him. Those now in prison
at Law, J|! Jau. 16, 1S5S. :;-tf I naliy, after mufli bathing, !her face iK'gan to j bought another. This winter George had ; may suffer on the scaffold, but they know that it ho summer-for summer colds jtrt more
TAL-AIIASSKP, FLt.,1ftcury j -- -"--- i look natural], anJ tho tied ( IJ the pretty Ncaj Ipoiittn j promised her a new hat and mantilla. But : thousands arc ready to avenge them ; and dang-erous-and for 24 hours eat not Ma atom
r TLD1CALDr. "lioTTci:. hat her husband had for she must wait. xThen there thou h of food, but drink as largely as IOu 17, H:;.. 3-1! t :I bought her j was a new me- I even torture be tried (that it was un. '
-0- > in the city, r.nd wrapped her dainty white i| rino she wanted her bins dress ;was sd well ; der Lonis; Philippe is proved in Louis Blanc's any kid of warm tea, and at ihs end of that

RICHARD BRADFORD, A. c. F. BLASE; i i-houldcrs in her ilk thaul! and went out ;ii known at church and in the street-but still ; History of Ten Years"') they will die with time the c-.Jd( will'be entirely !broCed: ,1Iiffi'ut

ATTORNEY AT LAV/ I J (1oTIN1Fs; to oflcr till IVcif.'Efional Strvicrs to i 'calling'-Vailing'an escapevalvt1 for c-tniui! : she would do without any new dress. And : out making a sign. any medicine whatever. Efficient is 'tha
k..J the citizcnb of CcntreviJie: awl adjoining ncJjrhJ } I'I'klhuoJ. whHI! men cannot: appreciate. : so she told George, and a troubled look she Orsini i h not expected to survive his above means are, not one in a thOI1iedAt
TALLAHASSEE FLA. ,J licE.dtnce cLaagc-d to Ccttrtv.hc! Oftioe I O'ti, dear Mis.:: flail,' scrt'n" cne cf her i had noticed on his faco of late disappeared. wounds. He is n member of the noblest tends to them, led on as most men :are* -br.

(Offie- in the Post Office Buildiag.) II j at his rcMdcnc-c. friends! ns Nellie! entered the little hijou par- I She made ui the pretty del:&ne he bought for honse in Italy. His work narrating his most the hope that. cold will pus away Itt

Mn- 23, 67. 21------ ., Dec.26lS5.) --- 52-tf--------- hOb: :1rs. Hdll'm so glad! .yOU'I e come; i her the next day, \vorcitserenely by'the i singular escape from the Austrian prisoners Nevertheless, this article will .now' arid,Uwa
WILLIAM SCOTT, Ih i Nathaniel Hamlen I want your taste about my new dress for i ii side of richly dressed ladies whos husbandsare I yen remember, made a great.sensation sometime pass under the eye of a wise mad wfcd does
; i: Mrs De Jaru 's soiiec- !' and rl.e !held up a in debt nnd embarrassed by the demands since. lie" is singularly handsome not chodse to rdn the dd able risk "of airing
Toiy J.\'ij L Vg, !j COMMISSION MERCKANT, i i ; vcivt-t their wives and I physic and dying loo.2&iftt&Z .
l btnutif'il niljy and then tho most (llii i of daughters.' pernon. Pietri, In alluding to him after his ,
L MOICTICELLO, FLA! j Xo. 3S Pcr.-dras St., New Oilcans. I I0 j cite. suid! fairIf Honilon ilr-pves and collnrs. j jI Atid George Hall will 'get on,' we are not :I arrest, said to Prince Napoleon He is the Let those who. are oftert 'afflicted with

T.hM.lSb3. "SO tija3Benj. I 'See is-n't Jarr.es real; thoughtful} l and tatty.- t tj afraid to predict it. No cent of their li'.tlo: : handsomest man in the world ; I never saw colds, ministers, students coos ptinaeui>

i. F. 1 Refers ta Gov. James E. Kioomp, TallaliaSEce; j He brought this: up froiij: thc city hit: night i capital will b touched this: winter. lie pre-I I nnythirwf-.ift equal the beauty and graco of erally, cut out the above direction*, ,and preserve
Young, 1 Georpc K. Walker] r.'q., But what do you -Iill' to wear ? I'm dyilig 'j (fers to work for a small salary, rather this m
ill h7i- iJ cJ r :1i'r o.J L 'iTI. ':; JJ rl' j].i Gen.TTl'Wn iui. n Bailey, }"* ..,.,JtfTerbsncaiiuly. I!j to know. \(j n.ust tell ; I won't breathe u j jj lounge about town in aristocratic! bankruptcy" At n*LQ1f ris. not long since, a senator do you more good than all the ptiltsotiariee
.DiD !f J. G PiitLr.ni E q.. Madison j word to ai.ybcdy.. and idleness. And we are happy .to say that II a grentuiend of the Empress, was congratulating cold cordials, arid dther hartftil hdtinrtht,
SOLICITOIl JS EQUITY, ; Dan-el: Bi-Il. Rq.. Usmi'.ton &l I lleallr::Mrs.: \', lliams,I don't know,' poor j i Neliio's noble example in economy is being her on her gaiety and good spirits. which now load.'yodr-_ shelve._-..'
'TTILL prariic in the Courts of the Eastern Cir ,j Augustus Stock- Esq., Le"y" I Nellie anbweicd ; 'I 1 liav'nt concluded. But ;! followed! by several indies in Lanesburgh I "Yes," she said I seek to forget myselfm'etourdir. '.
\ T cuit of Floiida:: and tLc FtJeial Coui4.C j! J.E.: J.Iteiniogton SneliiHj,I-q.Iltq..GudsJcn Thomasillc,"Geo. your velvet i is suj.t-rb.' I I and that their: husbands! are the. cheerfulest I ( .) I know that dne of these days A RdrTR Ztfuw Fti* ins March ESCATX 1 TlMt'o> ihti fceader lIoaoss.Sl. -

C OFTJcr AT CAIXiinLLE, ALACPVA COCKTY.) Oct. 24, IS:;. 43 Yes, I think so ; alldiula has ( new men in town. They find: their wives and we shall all perish together !" Poor woman learns from Father; Dennet *
REFERENCES: \jCArT. ; - brocade, and Mrs. Henry Grey has a set of I II daughters powerful auxiliaries in planningand she is 10 be pitied. Her grace and goodnessmerit who baa A CathoUfr missionary
J. J. LUCAS, 1 G.LCLARKkTACllL: real Valenciennes-but you musu't breathe a I economizing, and do not dread sour faces a happier fate. The crown is indeedto spent many yeart ieo&g
the Indian
Coi. J. D. AIKE.T, V Charletlon S. C. j word on your life, for they; told me in confidence I! and petulent tones when they come homeat be composed of thorns. As for the Emperor tribes that on either aIde of lira
FnAsr.R 4 t Tnovvsox, ) i iDE. and don't after Rocky Mountains there is a perlee%'prafiti-
mention anxious
velvet. a busy
I new night discouraging he is
I \ MAKER my as thorough a fatalist 4s
JAMES S. Jo.xcs, Tallahassee, k7c.Jue cal and easy route/North.rr m SallJLaie to
3 And this was the manner of greeting to business day. Turk. What will be, will be." is his motto
6.17. the British
I' Falb.tr
I which Nellie was subjected in that round of Is i here not some true independent womenin but yet it is thought that much of his pot!slon.. D baJ tra-
.. _:rLc1. Je'VO"e1cr confidence elled the '
route several times
A. .PERRY AMAKER i I with light
calls-how consoling it was FinaUy, she all our towns who will follow Mrs. Nellie is assumed. wag.

&TTSHBY AT LA Vi, I 1T70ULD T lahassee respectfully, and the'public infyrra generally the ij/ens, that of lie TalV has]- came to Mrs. De Jayne's. Now comic'
gives as lion that if lie
TALLAHASSEE taken the old stand of J. C. Hall ).ta2II853._20 I prepared to repair gave th? tone and style to all the 'society' of hard times t'JetJ"ersoll's late conspiracy. Louis Blanc and Ledru will theIr present locitioo they
the town of Lanesburgh. She had i Rollin both proceed Northward to New Caledonia, :
Watches Clocks and Ire
Jewelry, wealthy oppnsed to assassination.
EDWAUi 11!. WEST. British'America and settle iWr.iMis
Tea Rules. at. of
relatives in the near city, and i of The affair the
in a workman-like manner, and at the most reasonable spent part was solely work of the Car Mountains
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, rates. Persons baring good Watches that fail to every winter with them. She was a proud 1. Never pat off till to-morrow what you bonari, and it really seems like a just retri The Portage roateis near the 46th,MnBel--'
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. run well from having been badly repaired, can rely looking woman, and had a natural taste for can do to-day. bution that one who conspired himself should described id dViaii Tba *an- '
Ipn11.1816. U cpon baring them put right at his shop. -beauty and luxury ; and so she dressed splendidly 2. Never trouble another for what you can now be the object of detestation to big broth. try and ckmata are said to be .pcrior ia v'eryrespectto
0Mj::: work warranted if well used. .i:1J had mansion and do Utah. '
a palatial fashionable yourself. er conspirators. He that taketh the sword ..
rtidD & HQIJ AND, Jan. 16 tS 8. RlyCOPARTNERSHIP visitors; and as she was naturally social and 3. Never spend your money before you shall perish b] the sword." FATAL Rcstn.T or P.uaOJf.--Ai "&4.1.

Attomey at Law.1T1tLr.inII NOTICE. loved to be admired, and as several of her have it. Yourpbedient servant phia, on Friday D1 mlnr. Tlnw&r.
Circuit ConrU of Middle neighbors were quite wealthy, she made 4. Never bay what you do not want be.
HILL & HOYLE. A EUROPEAN. thy in an alter t1Q.D wiUL Jcfta
TT .ind! H&t.IPd to the gopren. Court ol set in her town into which she had ".."IUII !* !.. *k.nn I If will. Ku dAJlP. tn vnn. got { -
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tiM 8tatL 1110 ia the DiilHct Court of tli' UD o --r' ; J and, whilst directing a Mow at ,.
.J StatM,to &h. liertl&ena DUtrict Florida. M. HILL and JOHN J. HOYLE ofTalU- admitted the young mercntnrt wile, Mn. 5. Pride costs more than hunger, thirst THE B \-Th. Republic tirt Is informed latter he missed his. aloij feB forward and
R.J.FLOYD Office AptUebieoU FU.D. JOHN briar this day BMoeut.d tbemMlres to Hall-for Nellie really was a tweet, graceful and cold. that all our city Banks are selling Ex. struck his head against:the hinn,of a eeJ
.P.HOLLAND Offic Ooboj. Fk. gather b bosiflW*.Cpder the ktylb, nataii tad firm of little woman, who dressed becomingly and 6. We seldom repent of having eaten too change on New York at half of one per cent. door, from the effect of* .& Ed died aSer

.tt.1111. H HILL & HOYLE, never made any arkward rnoverrierit in drawIng liitle. premium, ard are prepared to furnish any a brief interval of sofleringxOPKHATIOTTB -
WILLIAM MLW0RT& rooms, and was very much admtred, and 7 Nothing is troublesome that we do wil! amount at; that pricei This remarks the .,
- end will gin prompt attention to all orders io their received all the attentions paid her with lingly. D.I.11._.. _LI1_ ______"j__ H ..
lioe They are prepared to execute and cavy on the a %9JWtI(4J1 W&XIJjJ saprrceues tue necessity OF TOT U. S, Mnit"The
Attoraej aid Cesisellor at Law, CARPENTERING BUSINESS, charming, well-bred air, to that the aristocratic 8. How much pain the evils have cost u, for the payment ot specie, as it would take coinage at th4 deJpbta'8dDhNdrig''Pe&
MiL 1W'Jayne felt herself safe in taking M-hidh haVe never happened. the half cent to it to amounted to 453,360 'or
OFTJCELLO. FLORIDA. in all its rations btaticbrt j iofl frotii ttteir J 'ex- per transport N'ew ruary -wWcJa
iid;io tb. Ooart of tb. Middle Cir petteoee in the Banning Gear and Screw BonoeM long her as 'a tort of protege. 0. Take everything always by the smooth York. The Maedn .Telegraph aays: Ex. $339,000 ".I id silver;$72,363*;sod .'

WILt:pdXbo-u.aa aDd j.dea County,Oattaida and other machinery, hope by prompt attention to ,! Jleallv, Mr*. Hall, I am lad ,Id EOT you handle change on the North is plenty io that city at 02,400 i in ecnla. _. . -
St.tal' It-1 bosbeat to merit liberal abar of age. All todayshe said with genuine pleasure, as :10. When angry count (ten before you 1 per cent., some, sales having been made -
_._ ----- orders from the country promptly executed. Call she came forward to meet her; 'come and speak; if very angry, a hundred. for l hets. The editor thinks it will be down ( A hatho .adPbftie "&! olps
LtIQ" jLiTM, from either of UM Oonoties in Middle Florida, and tit in my boudoir atid let's have a little con- :. to half per cent ia slew days. The Banks mate, one who WoiIdprw'.sM.er

ATT6rXZTJ ATM XLV, T..u.l..uU.FL.1.. fawn eir.Decatur sod Thomas CoaoUet Qa, ahall re- fidentlal tete-a-tete. .1'.. toriielhihgespecially 1AtNh'Vt CAIEA Philadelphia correspondent in Macon, like Our city .Banks have, for: '-hisbeart. hU hand,'and.fcttjci1, .,..", ..

.LL 4,.B.ALBaiTTH bay,&II '. to sajr. Have you seen that cue of velvets I, of the' Philadelphia Ledger, says: weeks pastbeen paying out specie to meet: replying asked,'very earnestly,.4 J. M-Ja.

aW I.ig tapra ..ofL .. TbtdiU / attention.CELLING Clark.brought yesterday t No, I thought I saw gentleman tho other day, whowhile the necessities, of.the bdtiness public. All your IoU""l., .'_ :
C .Wtll&tta4 the o1U i.ts .dr olttb 8ntodtba OFF not. W/ll, they are splendid.! There Is an paying a thfe dollar bill to a wood indications. are in favor of-,a speedy formal T
Ooarta Btftnet C* rt*.f tII.U ait.d.tate. emerald one there- o superior to'\ .'Wil resumption:of specie payments by our Banks : -'cWbez,4b41x'*rt':"rt-* huii'.
dealer said: ,
at TaVa"'a. -.A.- liams' much heavier, so much l lustrous. when is .chOoinE'awie, ti&i
so more it to.be, expected that the clamor \ :.; .
Ot5ee OPpol. a.Z.au.bir COST : And I told,Clark to lay it aside untilI "There, sir, that iAliih6 motley I havein which has been-raised about their yeib, "shot .ihiD,' e1..a4..' "'..t -
tI 114. If
-NEW temporary
YORK : came 5gain Now, I selected it (or you.- the world ; three month ago I was worth 1 suspension will cease.--Savannah ,New self'to God"- Ia th ft'it-. ,I' ito
will bring out that,rose-leaf'on ,thousand dqllars but it has all in March Pro .d"nee I" E 'r--.f.r
,Aino1ms'AND fORCA$111 .It 'just jour thirty' gone ,. .. : -- .t' .,._'.,. *
cheeks. State Block!r V"rl'f' .
.MELAU(OTYPES. .:. ,'Tbank'yoa, dear madamNellie- reapondedio Bay- tell similar .BKKP TEjur-Take a piece,ot lean,but jnic7J -The ,Jat- .a7$' 't iI,, ,..i1itt -

T4uBAILEtRoos T'i BE Sob riiar, datirow ofnmovia;train thiS ; 'an .nthosiastle tone, bat with a sink 'Many,women- ,- .might" . a story, ef\wathitn ceJJ'! ? & .. !t.1t up joto kiJ*' IJlI ,\L.. .

i- vcr ffanuu&i- &rvg,$!ore. ;. .}nod_ogan ts...t1r. ;inff heart .'I matt call and sea yon to-mor- who, relying upon_the character of those at pieces about an inch susii-jui', these Into : r er. \ = 1
I. J BTOCKi OF MERCHANDIZE, jow;I think., '.Yoo *T 8.vtry kind?. "the:head of:the conopany invented, their.savings a wid& oatb botUfrimdcorV op.close. ,- ,_ "
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'rrz Booma't /; re&rd'aDd eoD.'itJ i ,Hirdw '- 'Yes, do.; ,and- w willgo down..town.bbj .- m the stock only.to.:mo.it 'iranhth':,J like Iy:; tMn 't the bOtU,1 tcPi., n' ::01, : iratitr :i- :iWtlsV Mr4f i'.iafJf
iwifl eXeUt.edkloa t. tile' pWp044I.ThiI'uuwartbiloa j& r i ,' 't :-'. 41 bOil It i' .. !,;
and l .
.S&d 'i"M"Ifnv.01Ut'O I most: tell you brother Clarence do't': '' : qfloe.GOta.. J -
: n..........trtIt'; 44. '\io.ftD.' .".. :r" .."'',:it ST.r" csa.auq .', ,his_ wife .and.thre ,or (oarI1aQlilir D the .'- --'.--._'-", -::u.1 '-' ,'I .' :"I'tht Jo. ." .* .1" \ &a,,* 'pmM; .,,ti- .i.}.- .),:. -, ,_ .-... p.r.pe
'f; .: ; '1' :* J*. -L-T i omioi"p *m O4OU1U2OW Ik &*:"A n Tttloos 03r If honest m*s are"tha salt of the earth- sljzint: ,' l k' \_. "- t,1' -;:, "'L .11.'y# ';' f'if:' ...n'

:;lf iz i- e I. "H.. J : ; '!: am for yoa to me t,them'J w J4rtJ a pretty girls'may be':certainly said 'to'to the smaller quantity'will-| ",;, ot I. irpiw8 tL.i f j.d

B k1OVGAL1 &", Bit. *1 I jne nrged as Nee! stood .t the d99rI sugar of it nourishmtnt. 'ldf1. atO. aee. ,. ,
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it only rematns now for the hand of man to However)improbable'.if may 'seem,'a reopening ,-1'"L'., Ii .10tAtlSct.-_ 140S\\ moveroeotsorui i A .'

: .- --.- complete the work of the Slave trade has:occurred within )0 LATER PBQ .p"T .'Animated darraiid 'it1 an a4rance' :'of i C.nU: t ofjMEon.rafeakm Wi hire' BtjUrd Preio1sea? *
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TAtLAHAS8EEI8ATCBDAT the limits cf the United States. Tho New ARRIVAL on flttofcjift 4-'T"; '
: and
The Democracy of Indiana." ",,\ m- sales 2 -.. Europe a
ftXARCn- 13, 1858.TALLAHASOBB j Orleans papers announce that seeral: cargoes c.-A-.tJUTO it', ; 'Marei't-Cotton, b high'Degree 'pftiftic f important*. That'lb. ; "

: We are prompted by no captious or pertinacious of negroes direct from the const of Africa EUROPA. 500 bales ;Market firm atid unchanged.CHAKtKSTtm j SooUrmht esta&fttn a line of'steamert .

1SJLBKET.OOTTT05 sj iii it in occasionally noticing and have been lauded at a depot on Pearl March JO? 1 P. &t-S .;J at soIii.e one of tetdmg ports,aDd with SJBC-

-iUo '11.-Th market th. put YMk b .correcting erroneous statements and improper River, Mississippi", and sold. It is also stated : Cotton Exciting and Adv to-day 500 bales, in ,three Jots the bulk Hi 1 cess, .Is beyond all question, especial/! tfd

bM'd. TU Cnud&t B WI by to-da,.nnfl showing fiji views that appear in the Sentinel respecting I NEW YORK, March 6.-.fhe Canard steamer which was yesterday' offer. The demand should be extended from the other aid.'gf.the
that the trade thus ,
MM tad is.nIDee of) c.bu not iCeetfrd ocr msrttttu unexpectedly commenced I Atlantic. The resources'of she Sooth

J'r'-lUll rn8"1011 enla. .l the Democratic party, because we feel well will be continued whatever may be the opposition Europa, has arrived with seven days later has almost ceased. 1 imxaenac, and .t they -are;eorstantlv increasing.'art
Isun from IS to M eentt. assured that it would not intentionally misrepresent '
encountered. T.o the inflictionof news from Europe. She left Liverpool on An article in a late number 01 the United
RUB COLS, Cotton escape .
the character' of Put in in Distress-
rLJ I I 20th States Economist famishes
the penalty imposed by the law prohibiting February. somo fntercsfinff
the only party which at present exercises anything notified of much CHARLESTON March 9.-The schr. Amy statistics in this relation. It affirms
this arrival excitement that if
the of slaves the By we are
We to learn that A. L.WOODWAED importation parties engaged
are pleased Judge
like influence for the \v. Leeds, from New York for Pensacola, the planters could be guaranteed six
a security
potent cents
market sales
in the work the arrival of in the cotton ,
has! been the Fres- voluntary
appointed by procure t'iuto Georgetown to-day in a sinking con per pound for cotton,they would be
of the rights of the States, and the pu aatbfted
prellervation and
IJ tnt and confirmed by the Senate Receiver of the Union. voluntary laborers, or the immigration of Africans week 68,600 ; Speculators took 12,500 dition. Tho schooner cleared from New i inasmuch as that price would afford them a

of Public Money at this place; vice Henry by their own act, obligated to labor for exporters 5,500. The market opened unsettled York the 12th of February. h handsome profit. Taking that fact at a basis/
The Sentinel of the 9th inst the
Bond, deceased. noticing a term of years. This they contend, according excited and quotations denote $d. (one the editor makes nn estimate of what has been
proceedings of a recent convention of politicians the of tho South
prosperity in last
to the New Orleans Delta, is neither a violation farthing) Congress. eight
at Indianopolis, Indiana, denominates it years, ii: which the price has fluctuated from
A State Convention. nor an evasion of the United States Market closed quiet but firm ; Consols at i WASHINGTON, March 8.-Both Houses
8.03 to 22 50c. lb. Tho whole ha
Convention the Indiana Democracy
State of >
It may appear quite useless in the face of a i Law ; because they simply prohibit the involuntary 97 i a 97 |. to day were occupied with the discussion oftJ1C been as follows : crop
when the proceedings show that it was
the certain re nomination of our present rep- arrival of involuntary laborers, or i Kansas bill. The indications ore that Crop. PIt pouaJ. Vale of Valce

resentative, Judga Hawkins, to suggest the not a Democratic Convention, but a mass the importation of Africans as property. Butthe I CommercialThe flour dull with the debate will terminate in the Senate this bales. cents trop. exported
meeting of the anti-Lecomptonites-which Europa reports very 1850 2,090,706 11 CO '$101,183.300
of State the of Africans w eek.
Company immigration
propriety a propose
resolutions the Administration quotations barely maintained ; Wheat quiet ; 1821 2.355/257; 12 11 120.118,107 112.315.317
Nevertheless Wf'4make the suggestion and passed condemning who by their own free will, are obligedto There was n heavy Encw-stortn hers today. 1SC21S.VJ 3.015.023 805 10-.965,713 lBr.D65.7n)
Corn dull White declined 1 to 2s. Sugar
; ;
and the Democratic for advoca-
call upon our friends in the various portions party labor for a term of years. This is not, and 2,262.532 9 E5 137,011.044 109.41u.40l.143S44.
ting the admission of Kansas with the Le.compton quiet ; Rice steady ; Rosin 'firm at 4s. 3d. to 1554 2,930.027 9 47 1 17,93 S.5S7 fs3. 9c,2 )
of the State for their views on the subject. cannot be prohibited by Congress-because, WASHINGTON, March 9.-In tho Senate 1855 2,847,369 874 101.S&4.30 b<.
4s. 4d. The Stock hand 230,000
on was
constitution. The ;
It will be remembered that this is the year Indianopolis Sentinel i in the famous Dred Scott case, the Supreme .to.day, the discussion of the Kansas bill was 1656 3,527,345 9 4'JJ250 142.28.1 12i,3.r.,
bales tie American being 116,000. 1857 2,929,513: (
which is the 150,350,000 1S1.557.SS
for the election of a member of Congress, and regarded as leading organof Court have especially decided in reference to continued.In -- --- )_

for members the State the gallant Democracy of Indiana, in its Africans under the Constitution th:1t" the QUOTATIONS. tho House the increase and Kansas total22.974. .. 9S3.67'T8O f81S.362.343
composing Legis'ature. only army
truthful of the miserable elements Fair Oilcans . . . . 7d. Av. 2.71,8210 0: 122. 1&3"r3 101,670,29
Heretofore it has been our custom as a party exposition l two provisions which. point to them, and MiddliRg Orleans. . . . .7J.! : bill occnpied the} day. No action was This gives an of a little
that composed the Convention of the 22d ult, average over ten
to meet in Convention every? two years, and, i iit include them, treat them as property, and Fair \lobile.7. t taken: in cither. cents a pound. If we allow the cost cf raisiig -

fter a froo interchange of opinion, to send ea vs \vna compost'd mostly of black republicans make it the duty of (Jovi-rmnent to protect ito ; Middling Mobile. . . . .7|. : to le five cents, in order to save. a satis

forth our candidates endorsed by a regular with a few deserters from the Democratic n other power 5i i: relation to this race is to Fair Uplands..7!. Carolina Bills in ugusta* factory profit at six cents, then on

under . . AUGUSTA March 9.-Tbo banks of thi3 tbo.proft'
party moving the banner of the Middling Uplands .7j. Cotton! lor eight years have
nomination. The custom is a good one. It be found in the Constitution ; and as it is a be nearly
has apostate Douglas. That its presiding officer Manchester reports were favorable. Trade city take the South Carolina money at par. millions of dollars for the South alone. This
worked well in the nnd of
past we can Bee government special delegated powers, no :
was a Black Republican, and that several of generally was improving. The Havre cotton calculation, must, II0WE.c be taken withsome
no reason for departing from ittiow. As yet authority beyond these two provisions can be From Havana. grains allowance, for when six
the speakers were of that stripe, including a market cotton at 101 f. : Money cent
we have never had a stump candidate" constitutionally executed." I reports gen- NEW YORE, March 8.-The Steamer Ca. were considered a-'l iir price, field hands were

candidate running on his own hook"-with Mr. D. S. Johnson of the Territory of Kansas The New York Herald commenting upon cally was easier. L1'bllrrh'ed' hero this morning. She ex- selling at from $700 to 800, whereas theyare

all the disagreeable concomitants of personal who gave his Black Republican notions cs to this interesting event says that the slave trade General-News- p erienced i a violent! gale shortly after l leaving now worth fronvl,200 to 91,500., It
t the policy which had been pursued by the has not, however, been Cotton alone \rhlc&
jealousies and luk .wU'ln Fupporters; nndtvvhat Administration and the Democratic has existed in this country for years past ; and The Europa's news is not very important, Havana on the night of the first inst., in I has been exported and with enormous prottuLnt

is more, we never shall have such a candidate with reference that party that it is carried on by Northern citizens 'of the most remarkable features being the defeat which, however, she received very triflingdamage. rice, tobacco, and breadstaf If we distinguish ;
to Resolutions
until the Convention usage is abandoned. So Territory. the United States. That Northern capitalists of Lord Palmerston's'ministry in Parliament articles Southern origin from others

long as we keep up this usage, just so long were likewise passed against the two Democratic have invested in it more extensively than the on the conspiracy bill, this measure Sugar was coming in slowly-market firm. tho United States exports stand as fol
U. S. Senators, and the Democratic ] lows : .
will the unity'of the party }be preserved; when citizens of any portion of the Union. Within was decidedly unpopular as it seemed to be Tbe health of the Island is good.
press, of that State. These facts should ba 13501857. r.: .Inl1'8
we q twenty over fifty French Later
yoars were
element conclusive as to the character of a political awning friendship. news THE SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL CONVENTION Cotton, ..._. 6.S9G,9&7 $13-1,57&,859 .... .
of success, and inaugurate in captured and brought into the port of New has been received from India of a more favorable Tobacco.. ._. 6,804,207 20,260,772? ....,..
lieu of it a system that will ultimately disorganize demonstration, which the Indianapolis Sentinel York, nearly all of which were equipped and nature. Tho Bank of France had I -We take from the Montgomery Mail I :mc(.. . 2S59,3 '"2290.400 .....

and break down characterizes to have been, numerically I Ihe following notice of the meeting of the m Sugar.. .... 34.965 190,012 ....
our party, as it has fitted out in the Northern cities. It is also
made a further reduction in its rates of dis Hemp.. 8,240 46,907 .....
all others practising it. and otherwise, a most. signalabortiozi. slated that the slave fleet which leaves New count. next Southern Commercial Convention Naval Store., 845,16-1 1,638,723 .:....

We propose as the time fur the .CDca.Ko .. THE FIRST MONDAY IN MAY.-It should I Breadstuff,. 2,407,506 9,624,483 _...
holding York, Boston and other in the
COURT IK GAUSUE.T.-The SOl hcrn sea-ports -
be borne in mind that the Southern Commercial
. Convention tbejirst Monday May. What Republic of Saturday last says : On account course of a single year consists of about forty. STILL LATER. Convention, at Knoxville last summer, Total" South 78,056.770 IG -I'1,318 87,4PO.'i6S.
say our cotemporarica of the press f By a of Judge Baker being confined to his vessels of various sizes, ranging from one hundred Arrival of the Canada. appointed Montgomery, Ah., as the place,, 52,696,637 II3.36o.307 60.663,760- ,

resolution adopted in 1S56, the next Convention bed with sickness, the Spring term of the Circuit to five hundred tons, and capable of carrying Cotton Advanced 1-8d.. and the First Monday in May next as the Total .. 130,753,507 278>J7,713 14&l ,UOs- .

is too meet at Monticello. Court from four }hundred to six hundred slaves time, for the .next session of the Southern I Gold.... 556,874 Q78,352> 49,121,47-
was not held at this the
o .. place past e ar h. Sales of the Week 51,000 liale8. Commercial Convention. All the Southern I In commenting upon this exhibit,tho Economist

Tbe Atlantic Telegraph week. States arc expected to be well represented. takes the following sound and rational*

Every blaver is manned by crews of from HALI.AX, March 10. 'The British and Papers in the South please copy, or otherwise view of the industrial interests of the several
We are delighted to learn from New Senator Bell.
our fifteen to twenty-five men, including the captain North American R. M. Canada call attention to tho same. portions of the country :

York Exchanges that the steamship Niagara The Legislature of Tennessee Las kinder and officers, making a"total for the who'e' Steamship This large increase of Southern articles} or

has again left our shores for Europe to aid inlaying got Senator Bell. In voting against the refl eet of about a thousand men. The whole Capt. J. F. C. LANG, has arrived, with Liverpool CUBA Washington correspondent of exports has taken place upon the natural increase

. the Telegraphic Cable.} r\otwi peal of the Missouri Compromise, he voluntarily dates to Saturday! Feb. 27th. the Journal of Commerce says : We have of the b\! '13 employed, and without.
thstand.t t promised tho peopl) rf his State whenever of the capital invested does not probably exceed th the
outlay,of considerably The-
ing the failure last spring to accomplish the h heard much and very vaguely, of the purposoof any capital
should his: four millions of dollars Commercial. '
they reieis. decision, that lie upon which a crop of 57 was but 5 per cent. over the aver
; great enterprise which is to constitute an important would resign his feat in the Senate. The profit of something like eleven millions is realized. LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. F b-27.- our administration in regard to Cuba. It age of die eight years, but i it brought 25 percent

epoch in the affairs of the civilized Stale having cut its electoral vote for Mr. The sales of cotton for the week are 51,000 i is not improbable that some negotiation, looking more money. It was about the same .

world, no fear exists in the minds of scientific Buchanan who was run upon that issue, is These are strange developments and will bales. All qualities had slightly advanced, I i to the purchase of Cuba may be commenced in quantity as that of 1&54, bat it realized
considered reveisil of Lis
a decision and the
men that :t will fail of upon the occurrence of a favorableopportunity. 842,000,000 more money. Nearly the same <
accomplishmentnow Legislature of 'the State has accordingly reminded create no little excitement in both sections of and were quoted at an $d. higher than by hands, land and capital have realized
If the be favored money
that the
superior and complete arrangements him of his promise, and requestedhim the Union. the Europa ; and some Circulars quoted at object by this large iucrea3e in value. At the North

have been made to meet all the difficulties to resign. The Senator respectfully decline 3-16:1. higher. governments of France and Great Britain, i jtis and West, an immense amount of capital

that defeated the first attempt. the imitation.Whether lie will vote Among tho visitors at the lato cession! of i not impossible that it will be accomplished I lies come from abroad and Lava been reinvested

When man works in harmony with the fixed for the admission of Kansas, no one appears the Grand Lodge of Florida \vas tho distinguished General News within Mr. Buchanan's time.. in those industries t'jat hare-aidea bjr

and eternal to know. He has been instructed to c'o &oor ROBEHT The Derby Cabinet has been modified by - war and famine years abroad-produce by
laws of mind and matter he is Mason MOKKI*, Deputy
lesige. He rrfu-jcs to rr.ijrn--hem- he will Lord the Colonial It is underztood in Washingto that General 1 the increase- the surplus exported. The
Stanley taking Depart
I sure, if he be a patient, earnest and faithful Grand: Master of the Grand Lodge of Ken.
to br e'n.'e .
vet remains rather suspect, Barney is to be sent to tho Pacific country imtligrnnts"hh their wealth, who have

' worker to reach the goal of success-by no however, that th* Senator when the time tuck)'. White here he was the guest of one ment, and IJulvver Lytton retiring from it. to take] command of all that military division., flowed over the North and West in such nam .

other will nature allow herself to be van comes will! turn ick at the sfr'machand ro- of our hospitable citizens, and a very large Tho trial of tho conspiraters against the The recommendation of the Executive and bets, have failed to enhance tho exportable

other f use to fcvval'ovv the LecompJon pill.- elu 11l'l. share of the he life Napoleon has resulted in the convic- surplus! of the country in the same proportionthat
quished-to no will he deign to reveal pleasure enjoyed during Lis I the of War in view of the
: her hidden secrets. Not only In the spicy debate between the Senator visit was derived from the domestic associations ion of Orsini, Rudis and Pierrie,' \\hohavo Secretary exigencies L- it has been enhanced by the comparative-
patient. earn of the country and the service, for a just fly stationary numbers and capitol of tho Sout! .
and and his colleague r. Johnson, he said his connected with been sentenced to death. Gomez has been
faithful l ourfilend
est ; he must be superior to con- i and his amiable I and muJj needful augmentation of the California! has largely increased her
I army exports
tempt, insult and ridicule, and like the leading mind was not fully made up as to how he lady and family. Since leaving, in a sentenced to penal servitude for life ha.ing been ignored tiy Congre.'s, it is said of a commodity which is of no value exceptto

minds of every age work on in spite of the \ should vote-that at that time he kinder" l letter to his host(, Mr. Morris pens the follow. The Danish Ministers has resigned. the principal movements against the Mormon export. But the process of that productionhas

and thought he should go against Lecompton, but beautiful lines which Nothing later from India or China absorbed as much capital as the export of
jeers mockings of a faithless unbelieving ng at our particularrequest will be made from 'V aUa-,V 1l3 and some
would wait for more light," with the irn- gold has brought back into the country ; thatis
His to
generation. first conception of the thingto we are permitted publish 3
Market Reports. eastern point of California. to say, if we have got cloths, wines,sugars
that .
pression, nothing would be
be accomplished will oftentimes seem the presented Sadly comes the treelk just parted NEW YORK, March 5.-Sales of c<
offspring of a diseased imagination, warranting to change his then leanings. We agreewith Spent in your delightful home ; day, 1,000 bales. Tl-o market has declined DEATH or COMJIODOBE PERKY*-Wa are gold, as much of other industrial products has

the application of such epithets idle our neighbor in the opinion that when L Hours !o blest, so cheerful hearted, 4 cent. MiddlingS'Uplands 12 cents. pained to I learn says the Journal of Commerce, been consumed in the process of digging.

projector visionary dreamer. Franklin standing the time comes" he will be found missing.- Memory jinintuith pain Bud gloom. NEW YORK, March 6.-Sales of Cotton that Commodore M. C. Perry died suddenly! In the West, in the !location: of new lands

Somehow other that "Why should sadness thus we ? and the building of new roads and towns and
in the open field beneath the or Senator generally oppress yesterday morning, about 2 oVlock, at his
"pitiless bhouid with to-day 1,500 bales. The market was heavy, cities, has absorbed as much capital has
Why paInt T as
memory pain
pelting" of the rain with turns tick at the btomach" when an issues residence in this city,.an event by which
a child's toy in his Ah! because these thoughts JUtrca me- and sales were made at a decline of J to i been reproduced. The manufacturers of the
hands but with i presented between the South and her ene the Navy of tho United States is deprived of
a martyr's faith and Prome- North have doubtless found the of
We may ncvtr meet a of its
thean courage in his heart, doubtless seemedto mie!. We apprehensive, further, that Mr. one distinguished officers. Although from the South much of its increased
; Wid"11 earth! and "wifl its ('iidicgFull -' Ilk cents/ complaining of slight illness for se.C'ml in
the Bell is not the only Know Nothing Senator means. exchange manufactures,and tho
common sense men of}his day, a crackbrained of doubts rnch coining day- NEW YOKE, :March 8.-Sales if cotton today days, he was not so seriously indisposed South has generally paid sufficiently well

visionary, and as they passed by they representing a Southern constituency who :one can ee the fate impending, 5,000 [bales. Tho market advanced as to prevent his attendance at a social and: -compensate for Western up deficiency but
their beads will fall tick" when the tug of war shall 1 literary Club with! which he was connected I
wagged and asked what None to.morrO\7'\
scolllngly can ray : from J to \ cerrf.Turpentine the South has now reached a position in

will this dreamer do ? The answer came in come in the Senate. Senator Criltenden, wo Death i is sure, hh foot i is hteady, firm and excited, with sales of 011 the evening previous to his death. in Sage which she no longer depends upon advances.

the lightnings flash. The laughers and the suspect, is not in the Lest possible condition Yawns the gruve'\ insatiate plain ; was sixty-three, and the disease terminating The article of cotton, on which the world depend
barrels at from 48 50
1,000 (to cents. thus
f la
about'tho stomach" on the Lecompton Ah I the mournful. ifioug'it is ready- tally was something allied t to ?, is her monopoly, and she has the capital
mockers are forgotten-over their memoriesroll tion. ques \Ve may never meet again! NEW YORK, March 9.-Cotton sales 4,000 gout in thc stomach. A wife and six children togorern it. The machinations Thread-

Lethe's dark, obmious waters,but Franklin bales. Market quiet. Flour, sales 7000 bbls., survive.CONNECTICUT. needle street have been found powerless in

the glory of his age, the benefactor of his Retirement of Hon- James 114 Orr. Well, not long ; '(is not foiercr. heavy \"hcat'er, dull and nominal. Corn, --- -.ALL. RIGHT.- -The Democratic the last two years to affect the value. The

race, will only cease to be remembered when The distinguished Sj>eaker>of the Congressional Though Death on releases earth Boon we do his dissever grasp;, sales 24,000bushels, firm ; white OS cents ; Stato Convention held at New Haven combinations cf spinners arc of no avail ; the

the human race shall exist no more. House of Representatives, in a long Though our hands may never clasp yellow 71. Turpentine firm at 48J! a <19.- yesterday, nominated lIon. James T. Pratr, importation Konls exceed the productive power. '
the.South. The invested in
Look at another visionary, Robert Fulton. Rosin firm. Rice of Hartford, for Governor, and Hon.- John of sums machinery
letter to his constituents, peremptorily declines Though your friendly voice to cheer me teadJ. which crowds for
on hungry depend
Cotton Smith of Sharon
Poor man, it was his lot, too, to drain to the a nomination for re.election to Con. Thrill no more upon my brain, MOBILE, March 5.-Sales of cotton today A good, selection., for Lieut. Governor. also support, arc valueless without a sufficiency of

very dregs the bitter cup of persecution and gress. Yet your spirit will Le near me, 3,500 bales. Middling 11$ cents. Sa'les of dorsed the very policy of President They Buchanan en- that raw material, and tho supply of that material .

insult, but he toiled on, and steam navigation, >a a m Though ve never meet again the week 22,000 bales. The receipts are expressed in his Inaugural Address and his (is a closo monopoly. The course of

with all its wondrous results realized the grandeur RETt7KNi Ihuos.-Se\'ernl of the Illinois Take my fondest, b?s
of his conception. papers which were at first induced to: Take my gratitude sincere mcrce, March S.From. beyond the production of it, and many factories
last Tho decrease ttthis is 49-
year. point must until the level of
iollow tho lead of Douglas and tho Anti.LecomJton "Tis of heaven n true resemblance, stop general good.1trises
so. it was with the discoverer of this 000 bales. The stock of cotton on hand Washington. to meet the altered, position,.of.the,raw'
faction, have reconsidered their For it cornea of earnest prayer.
Continent Well nigh did the great heart of action and on shipboard is 153,00(7( bales, against material. The best appointed. with
discovered their and returned Write me on Jour heart, dear Brother/ March 3.
Columbus break under the! accumulated l load error, to 127,000 at tho same time Int'ear. the newest and most modern machinery, cant
You heart In
the support of tho Administration.. This does upon my renl1in,1} a former despatch, it was stated on the still have a margin for the fine goods but
of poverty,. i insult, and disappointment; for Let us cherish otc another, MOIIILK, March 9.-Sales of Cotton to authority of leading Democrats, that the calculation I. ;
net please the Republican The Chi. the,older factories, which pin on the oanier--
many long years did he heroically labor for Journal papers. Though we-never. meet. a aln. day 2,500 'bales, at 11 \ for Middling. On was that the Kansas bill would passthe numbers feel the advance in'cotton first, and
sympathy and encouragement, importunately! cago says Monday, fiddling advanced $th cent under House by 15 majority. On the contrary),, must find a"remedy first.
The Bureau County Democrat has MESSRS. EDITORS-Please give the following the 7
pressing his suit forward at the Courts of European come the influence of the Europa's accounts, but leading An'i-Lccomptouites! are sanguine The f foregoing figures are well calculatedto
out in favor of (he admission of Kansas under an inset tion in your paper : of its defeat, and are working industrious!
monarchs. y show thtfiinmense resources of,the Soutlv
Through several dreary the Lecompton Constitution. the market declined to.day aii i jth in consequence to that end.
I noticed ill. a paper published in Quincyby and to also that with efforts at
years, all thatignorance, incredulity and envy This mattes seven Democratic papers i in of tho depression yesterday in tho Geq. Iram Nye has been appointed U.'S. prove, proper
Mr. FiMes least line
a remarks in reference one steam could be successfully
.could.do done to crush his and IlIiuajs that sustain Buchanan's slavery poll lo i a Marshal for the
was Northern
proud : New Orleans market. The sales for three District of Illinois I, maintained white the (direct trade with the

ardent spirit More than once did he tremble L- cy. The 'organs' are gradually wheeling bundle of his papers returned to him from days are 9,000 bales, and receipts for the in place of Davidson, removed. I old world might, bo materially augmented.-

out of the Douglas' line! into the ranks of the this office for proper direction. The House Kansas Investigating Committee L. I : '.
the '
on, very verge of despair-more than same tioie 8,500 bales. Baltimore Amertftm*
Administration faction/ Below I give the Jaw on the subject : m.et to-night. All the members were .
the brightest vision that dawned : ,
once was ever -- NEW ORLEANS, March 5.-Sales of cot. T: c
Printers of newspapers are required, before present. General Calhoun sent in a statement SAL P&rATozi.-'Co.Mc6ford! the
japan the,soul of 'u .inlpired man, threatened J:7 The Hon. Jefferson Davis Senator ton 10,000 bales. but ,
delivering their papers into any office to-day Middling a 11 it was"decided that it should not be close of his. Address to Mr. Everett on

trith'total'extinction 'in the 'gloom and darkness :- from Missouri, will not, it is said, be able to for transmission to have them placed under | cents. Sales of the week 55,000 bales.Tho'receipts .- considered as evidence. Mr. Stephens ret d Washington's. cane, made the,request presenting

of an adverse destiny! but this was not fill his seat in the Senate for two months.- substantial Lauds or wrappers-to write distinctly of the week are 71,000, and the t a report expressive of the views of the majority that Mr.. R, when he'had done with'it, weald1

to be, and today, as the fruitVofall his toil I, His physicians 'have placed him under a severe upon each parkage the name of the' decrease at this pod, compared with I last setting forth,among other things,'that bequeath to Mount Vernon or'too wr< Vir-

suffering and; persecution, our eyes are per- -regimen, in a room from which light i is Office to and which the it is l> be sent, its County and year, is '115,500 bales; and the decrease at 'as delegates the authority the was Convention.legally conferred to frame on Con the gillian!.ThebdieM oC Jbe Mouatyernon As-
State direction a
same .
upon one of : in this
mitted to rest upon continent redeemed a .cardljave-repudiated. re
n a carefully excluded. all tho is 371,000'bales. The stock stitution those who had
9 therein. Every package not ports an opportunity, but
properly that "the
markablire4ustand: ; tsy ecjoM
E' 'from barbarism, teeming with millions of happy -..- directed is to be returned to the printer." on hand and on shipboards is 416,500, bales. who declined to vote, are debarred from find relic was. EvtereU pi
The Charleston given:by :
'Mercury of February 27 Jp.T Pfatoken
beings resplendent! with the light of man's NEW : ing fauh with the Action of, ,Convention! no
The package be complains of ho say was ORLEANS, March 0.-(Via N. Yorlc.) ottbeir admTnufon and: warra*|*
states that the annual statement made The also \
aoblest'.achievement* in .Religion,.in Art, : just ;1! intended for Madison, Fla. It was, however, -Sales of cotton to.day 17,500 bales at unchanged p Messrs.report reviews! the past positions of gratitu4ei.p.n4iwgard; to be to onlji. ;and *this
Mr. J. N.Cardozo of the Douglas Stanton and
: supply and consumption ,. ; Walker, main .
la Science l in Government Then disposal now and ever" *
why of cotton from 1827 the' directed to Tallahassee, Fla., and nothing i to: rates. tainin J that they are inconsistent with their'present' < ,
to {present year, I.i i O. i- -
Gou 4:"e, es pAir of the practicablitj of thetaegraphfc indicate its destination Coffee firm at from 10} to 11 Resolutions
estimates the probable supply for 1858 i at proper either upon the $ cents< course. were, passed WHAT is TO BECOME or MEX.CO 1ThG

.,. 'enterprise t the great scheme, '2,900,000 bales from the United States and wrapper or any one of the enclosed papers. NEW ORLEANS, March_9.-Salea of Cotton with the vicwof obtaining information relative London Tune*,MJS,tfUser*'|*.not a sU<,
th. sublime! conception :of the present Our duty was therefore plain:"Return themto to day 14,500 bales. The market was slightly to the ,census and Other''documentary man uhawould!with.td' ;?Great Bribia

.'. We live in a.fast age,'ah age .hurrying *1,000,000 from all other sources.. Its estimate i. the printer."- MILES, NASH P. M. ] dearer than yesterday .Middling 11 to .evideneewblcbitwaj, agreed 'should accora hamper herself ,.witb/aq.j fo hi.o:.pisxicanground.
for consumption ring'the present pany the report' A'motion was made to ad I Let United when
year the States they
with all fee of steam and .
oa, ... enegy with all
is, in! Great Britain, 1,000,000 bales ; on the -w. 111 cents decrease in receipts at this joarn until to-morrow ntght, but it was voted,, are finally ifr P.Aftjd'ror1 ertjoy all, the advantages -
the rapidity of "lightning., What r"u's mmda I WON'T GIV1I'IT'Uj."Th; Memphis. va1ancho port is 88,500 bales, and.the 'decrease at all I 1 down, wh.n the 'Committee" dJ thnedii i and
aM ownership
,continent of Enrope, 850,000 bales ,and in responsibility ,
yesterday, becomes, Ihe: sober',reality of ) -/ : ; tays Gen.\Yalker: U u determined I to I ports is 340,000 'b I lei= "' Tb :'.tockh: O,. 'die.' : .iTo our.merchant* at"Xtvcrjpool ATod elttW&ffwill *-
the UnitedBtattii8Q bales. these
*"tb cajr! ,} 'Thre.aehoUJutJfauryi't : From make struggle for sopreraacy.in Nicaragua 000 bales. .Treigutt and : -day, about ,th1veiIns.; oKiR;is:, ; ha quit rcom>nt.wUix the'trtK #tlut q.pnIngoDi
Exchange;: are on.altered. i
data, not forgetn ,i9.J k on:hand at the ;He, has no.idea_ of ultimate 'defeaL 'tempomill/ .101ga in"'W"in "
of ; J D 'Yi ;
tli"ibyoli tha tea?.have led to,discoveries / : .. ,.' tIL. ,! ioftfIJ4ilional
', : :commeneeme tofJ eji6u ,1i.eatimatel.. On the ol.tiarl.Ji? .is AS' ardent as aIover .* : : : ed th ct Piden1nd :eipudt6i' at.' "
.can popojati .
which dtvett tljjt terpriwcfWfry thing I excess; of trpjp',bw>a
0 -I,T :.mm.rittll''Jw. t.uihllity hay: 1858 at l4oooOb&; ", '. bashful. *yes* of a, beloved maiden I In bales market firm. affair*.. 1't hwld. l ,!1 r't4. fni t:" : :

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t'' (Lane) will msuinaiehe : d v .? ,pfijce attIA1NA r O 7 :iGLOOJ:
add' U1&t has sent his family 4 NyV1dz,Avg 1,1. 1MCCtELLAN.Irtbh ft. WJ GrWYNN Sc R. BHAVING'associated '
? W This U to certify that I hare been TOctrere t1a to ..o. C. YO E.. .
1& jbe Territory, but that be himself; will headache; aomrtimee the pain wmild be to irere I : IS, I5i8. 11-tf themwhe* togttb'er in the 4. ) '
Gen. W. also that bouse burn- rwld rest neither day or Bight. Hearing of Dr. aTLaae's *Dt Rive th r jomt attention FRTD iicreztct; Mir -y ----
says O-lrbrated Liver
prrpnu-d by Fleminp Brn 1 ent to all business entrusted to them. They will attend
and got a box. of which I took two toied. For Sale.
; murders &ro frequent.'a OB going for
__ two nljhta. They relieved me entirety. Some time haanolr the Supreme Court, the U. S. District Court, and tbe fallowing Seta me will be drawn by S.Swan
in'a\}>f county opposite St. Josepli! Misiou- tn1'r. d, and I have hud no wore trouble from sick beadaeh. a-n A DWELLING HOUSE with extensive Circuit Court at Tallahassee, and also the Circuit THE Co, Manager,of The Sparta Aeadern Lot- 91. rt MttiMe& !MS

!r. foraian and Lie family have been r- Purr-timer wiJl be M.careful JOHNSTON.lo auk tor 118 Plt-MT-ANT'S LewIs ptjt.. fi ground, in Tallahassee for particulars Courts Oadsden, Wakulla, Jefferson. Madison and lei y, in each of their Single ?umber, Lottcnes tat

:; out, and several oiher pet sons living ri'.LKBKATED: VEP.MIFUOK. tnfnufactnrod l>yrtSMt>o ,. and terms, apply toI Hamilton Counties. Office nt the Ckmrt-bouse in March, 1858, At AvguEtn. Georgia, in public, under ,
i'n ftlsi in the abnvr.Yoax TSuMi. Kttshirffh. fa. Al! otn r Vermlfusres! In comparinu D. P. HOOUE. Tallahassee. the auperititcDdence bf Coamiutooerii. Arrive at SVLfive Msurbs....... _..,..Jt41
one. rountv
11.r'4 kid; are wortUless. I>r. M'Lntie's gl1uine Vernniuae, lno Ta11r.ee, March 13,1858. 11-tf March ft. 1E.-S.: I0lyBIACKSMITHIHG lit. Marl-.. ;iaP.lt.d.
Match 2.-A Ktior from Ha- celebrated Liver Pils.! ran now be had a' allttfin'fnai req'octu4e t XtnveatTat'.4...
drug Ftores. .Sne g.ilJre wuhout t rfnf 5.
-a s.os that Santa Anna was exptu-ud N FLEMING BRO3.ljip Notice. To be Dawn in the City AuguntA.'Ga, in puUie, Afti oft Saralajt *beHeeIu1y' It -Si, -

.;e from St. Th'-nmfc ; that hq intends lo LiX mouths after date, I shall: present my fined I .. .. o_ On Saturday. JforcA 6tH, 1W8. the lie*" of XL fl Steamer*

>,.eeJ' 1 Mexico '::1 Sp.inish: war steamer Htm. L uccount and vou'er! to the Hon. Judge of I'ro- "VOTICE is hereby given that leanirWi; ta3Bl i <*

d s%il! avsamo tlu presidency: 'for the UtSr. b.itc for JeCirsun cuuntits uuiuin tritor with the r"4.i.1 the I'.LACJsMiTiIING 13UXcxbs CLASS 6, depart Irota St Uarb oa OK Hla. on .
Will annexed of the Estate Jefferson B. Ellis, fate izsoatb. a. t
of aid dvceuaod. and ask fur from will be continued! as heretofore Ti be Drawn in the City of Augusta Ga..in public, On Penaaea! & Geo RailRoad f.wa.hI7.
*t: PORT OF ST. MARKS. county a discharge at the OLD kTAND c.f D. C. WILSON, in the <
Loi'i*. Marrh 1 2.-Tiie .Santa Te mail (said administration. name, style and firm of On Saturday. March IZth, W8. train wiU be maoo M.e4ays, W do dmj

arrived. Capt. Matey reached thati i- JAMES S. VTALKEH. days: .
iiitv on the' 2d f February. The journey Mycli 5. Jchr. Lewis A. Edwards, SLacVelfonl, Admt'r. with the Will annexed. E. B. Fitts & Co. CLAS3 7, Leave Tallahassee. .... .. '..< ._.'

attended with the loss of mules, ndrp8t Mobile salt to Beard
.ft baidihij'S. Capt. M. wou'd make new Bark R. II. Gamble, Powell, New York, 12 they are now better prepared, and determined to On Saturday, March 20A, 1858. Leave Station No. 8...., ..... ... .. *
day*. VOLUNTEERSA t Arrive at TaHahawee.. ...,....,..tO.4O JuX.
rtircbases, <>n the presumjition that the expejjjOI SPARE NO PAINS
CLEAEEIJ, CLASS 8 A HACK fcarea St Marks on mini of ftTfii -
ould prove enlitely successful, and March Stli. Brie Snwannee on their part to accommodate all who may favor for Newport and returns b time to connect wiU U .
Monroe. New York
not C
trsnspoitition to Utah much earlier in the 91 dry hide*, half bbl. WIlL SUCH AS On Saturday, March 1th, 1857, Fare from Tallahassee to St Maria. .... ...41,00to

fpfii'g' than supplies could reach him from the 6. Brit Isaac G. Cnrver, Partridge, New York, Horse Shoeing Ironing and Repairing OJV THE PLAN\F SINGLE NUMBERS. 'a 'a 4 Station No. 1, Ten.A w

York, with 78 bales Upland, and 42 bales Sea Island < Geo.KR.. .. ...... ...... ...... 29.
States. cotton. 2 bales hides, 1 bale' skins, 2 cases tobacco Carriages and Bug 5,400? PRIZES ; Fare from Tallahassee to Station No.2P o.A .

,\ difficulty occurted between Surveyor 2 bales and 113 hides, 1 box marble, 1 do. : 5 gies, Plantation work of \ J NEARLY OSE PE1ZE TO EVEKY SINE TICKEETSf? Geo. R. R... .... . see .e $71
General KellyV party and ihe Mexicans, near mdze. every descrii'lim( Fare from Tallahassee to Station No. 8,(Wai-

jllliuquerque, in which two of the latfrr were IN POET. CALL upon Middle Flon JH for Mounted VOLUNTEERS Mill Irons and repairing same, Ironing Wagons MAGNIFICENT EP2fEff ker'a Mill). ... .. ............... 1,00

t LuM.; Bark IL II Gamble. Powell, dischnn rp. has been made by the Governor : and Carts, TO BE miJtWy IACH SAttRDAT IS MARCH J The Iron is not jet laid; to Station 8, (Walk 's.-

:' Mr. Hotkady, the new District Attorney Bark Asa Fish, Wolfe, loading for New York. WILL SHE RESPOND) ? and iu fact every other description of work made of 1 Prize of .$'70C00 J 4 PriaM of. : .' .$OCO UilI.J) but will be early in Marcb. end a Depot itia

of Utah, has arrived from Col. Johnson's Briir Gen. Bailey. Noyes, do. do.Schr I.uii and Steel, all of which we WARRANT, and pedyourelves 1 . 80.000 j 4 . 800 process construction to be completed by tie tin
L. A. Edwards, ShackelforJ. 700 track reaches the selected for the Station.
with He de discharging. Yes ; Her answer will be, to execute at the shortest notice. 1 10,000 4 the point :
camp government dispatches. Brigs Selnia] and Aladdin with .
loading U. 15. FITTS 4 CO. 1 C.OOO 4 600
Dies, the statement that the troops had been live oak. "READY, aye READY !" Feb. 27, 1SCS. 9-ly 1 : : : 4,00 so v : : 500 Freights charged on Pentaeola Jb C.OaRaUi'J I

put on half rations. The nndeisirned appeals to the patriotic of the 1 . 3.000 .60 r :: 300 J 3 8, to paid on delivery of goods A

& Summer Goods community to unite with him in raisin? a COMPANY Notice. 1 1.600 10O . 125 FROM ST. MARKS -TO STATION] 3t10O

From Etab.! Spring to aid in the suppiesbiun} of hostilities on our 4 . 1,000Approximation 230 U .>. : : too Cotton per .... ... *r ..

Just Kcceivtdprr Karl: It. //. GAMBLE : j I frontier and in removing from the State tint pest SIC Montli*. iftcr date, I shall present my final friiei. Tobacco in Boxes per IOU Ibs. ... ...!25 25 .

The Mormon Legislature met, as was men- GENERAL STOCK of SPRING AND which has so long beset her. The names of persons and vouchers to the Honorable Judge 4 Prizes of f 100 nppro'jj. to 70.000 prize are$1.600 Corn and other grab in siiekaperliLshelZO 10 19 .

toned, it s.tt! Lake Lake city, on Dccomhvr A MElt GOODS of SUil- desirous of Volunteering will \>*. received at the I of Prol&le! of Jefferson county, as administrator of 4 a' 300 25.COO 1,200 Salt per sack. .. .. .. .. .. ..!.. 40 40 40.
Goods Grocericx
14lh. The Council organized by the Shoes, tc. consisting Dry Auction Room of John II. Lloyd, iu tbs city, until I the estate of Alfred W. Hayfior. late of raid county, 4 U 200 10,000 800 Hay in Bales per 100 Ibs .. .. .... 25ts 25 24
President deceased, and ask for a discharge from said admin Lime Cement, Slate! ,Titter and Uuan .
choice of Heber C. KimbSil as G. i J. MEOIN.MS3. said Company is organized and ready for service. 4 'I 123 7,000 600 ,
istration. ALFRED KAYSOR, Admt'r. in 100 Ibs. .... 25 23
the Ho.is of Reproirentatives elected March 13, 165S. UCtDomestics GEO. TROUP MAXWELL. 4 '' 100 6.0C9 400 per
jnil Tallahassee, March, C, 1858. 10 March 6, 1853. 10-6m 4 75 8.500 800 Ear Iron per 100 Iba .... : 25 25 23.A11otherg.xdsper100
r Job1 ltlor, Speaker. Ou the 15th Brigham 'I 60 l.tOO 200 Iba. ..... .. 30 30 30...

E Young sent in u. message. After aliumr" &c Notice. Lime Lime 4 6,000 prizes of 20 are. . . .. .. .100,000 J.0TJLJ4JJA&EEo5TAflO1, 2, 3r
to tl.e; condition df ihe Territory a rerv C OTTON Ostmbuighs, Sheetings and-Shirtings. Cottonperbale. .. ... .. ..... 25 *71C0
U agricultust1, the mechanic! aits, mining, C.ihcoes Gii'irham, .L1.4 LL persons having demands agairst the Estate 70C Barrels of Fresh Burrft LUIC.rI 6,485 Prizes amouutin to. .. .. .. .C320.000 Tobacco Boxes r.r100lts.. .. 12* lei 12kCuraxtndothtrgvnzninsscksperbushel.
BroT/n-nnd B.ay: Linpna. of John Pnikhill, deceased late of Leon county, HIS LIME is warranted to be equal to & 5 5 '

education: : the PolicY pursued towards the Plaid Diimesticis Furniture plaidn, are hereby mvified to prefect them to the under JL any that is imported for plaster! _.__ __ WHOLE TICEKTS ?10H.tLvEes5 ; QtAaTxxs Salt per sack... .. 25 25 25131:
luJiaiu, and the niail contract, ie liiscuwcs Brown aid lead colored Jeaus signed administrator within the time prescribed by brick work or other If desired the
any purposes. Hay in Bale p-r 100 Iba.. .. .. .. .. 12] 12
the fliii.ci.ltrs of the Saints v.iih the Gentile Fine Ppa I lnnd Shirtings, law or they will be barred ; and all those indebted very best of references can be given. For sale by PLAN OV Tim LorTEIY. Lime, Cement, Slate, Plaster and Gu-.

?. Having received i.o official notification Brass Hoops, ic. are requested to take payment immediately. JOHNM. RAYeSOil. The Numbers from 1 to 60.COO, corresponding f no in patkngAs per 100 Iba.... 12| ll I2i

of tlie intention of the Gou-mmcnt to supersede -ALSO- 6 18Z8. S. M. PARKIIILL 10-Sw Admt'r.MarLh 1": rnil'.s S. L.Jlouticello.Feb. with these NamtcH on the Tickets printed on separate Bar Iron per 100 Ibs ........ .....t121 1! I!*

him in the Giiberratoiial offic", nor uf Brilliants \Vhte and Coloied' 27, If 58. ___0-iw_____________________ eiips of paper, ere encircled with small tm tuoca Allothergoodser103 Iba ...... .. 15 U

.' of to Ulah, Young affects A eooJ nuS.rtnnt of Embroideries Sale of anti placed iu one wheel. EDWARD HOUSTOUN, .
I: tlic despatch troops Hegroes.TTyiLL Negro :Boy for Sale or Hire The first 457 prizes, similarly printed aid encircled
Kid Gloveo Children ,
the :it Fort BrSdger and the Tabnas, Pre if Superintendent
army in another wheel.
be sold at public sale for cash, on the let A GED about 22 active are placed
Lace Mantles. civil-authorities there as an organized mob, The wheels are thca revised and Dumber is February
: & J. MEGINNI5S.ilsrch T T Mnl8y in April next under a decree rendered J.\ and remarkably smart. WouU bi very useful a
jigaii.st which he has already fulminated a 13. 1E58. i16tGroceries in Cleeeecery in Leon Circuit Court, three likely in either kitchen, dining room, sinble. garden or field. drawn from tb' vLccl cf Xcniber, and at the same

p.oclamatinn to disjhrise.! The proclamation negrot-P l>cloriic; ) to the Instate of Crfnada Summer Terms cash or credit, as may be prererred. For particulars tirss a Prize is drawn from the other wheel. The

the army (or miii b" ns he calls it) refused to sett, deceaed before the O urt house door iu Tallahassee apply at this office. Nun .,-r and Prize drawn out are opened and exhibited i 3,000 _al.s Cotton! ..
to the. highest bidder. Said slaves are (.no February 27, 1858. y to the audience, and registered by the Commissioners ,oOO
obey. He then adds : JUST RE C E IV E E D : young werrmn arid child aid one young man about ; the Prize beirg placed against the number UNDERSIGNED ma5e- thefofloiagpp..I 1 .
4. Under these circumstances I respectfully EDWIN HART drawn. This LJ repeated until all the Prizes r1111E ; ,
I'd A.
or ofoge. operation
Crushed and years .
Clarified Sugar, Notice.ALL poai.tit.r..i to hi frieuda a.A oistonion.TLL: -?, -
sarrg. sl lint you lake Mich measuies as your Social Master in Cba' ory. are drawn out.Approximation. I First-lie will CiM/i.Jru'pajmert" "kI!!

; eihtened!: judgment may dictate, to ensure Superior chewing and emoking TobacCo, Mnrcb R, 1538. 10-td persons having demands against lie estate of Pfizcf.-The twu preceding and arnonuta due him on rtes, bends or open accooctaiSecondij
Numbers those the
public tranquility. and protect, preserve, and Rice, Lard W. Porter, late of Jefferson ccanty, deceased the two succeeding to drawing -Iu tLe. bsepee.f QraA, hejwiUraceiTe-
will ba entitled the 23
first 7 Prizes to Approximation -
perpetuate inviolate those inalienable con Lamp and Linseed Oil, An Ordinance will take notice that they mast present them Prizes. For .example : if Ticket No. 11250 Cotton in payouht for aU booda.oote8_, >r. Qjxij ..MrTtirJly
Herricca ID halfbbls. ta tl.2 uuJciRigned du'y! authutticcted, within the
at wat1eLpricc.
connt Us. hgjea ,
btitttliunal rights which have descended to i.s: 21accuroni. Pickles, Tu raiif a revenue for the City of Tal1aF.as.ee.fur time prescribed bylaw, they notice wdl be barred; draws the $70,000 Prize, thoee Tickets numbered1l4' -In the absence of'C/wA and'.GWfo* .

a sirh legacy frbm our fore-fathers." Corn Sta'cli, thtjiKalyiar commencing en thi-jiitl day uf Ain and all persons indebted to aM Estate are hereby l24, 12l, 1l2. ivill each be entitled tu will receiveto, tie amount ei 5,0t0 .Leon.'Bonds ucn-
draws f-e
If Ticket N ?0 ? Prize,
Tii3 Legislature thereupon passed resolu- I Sorp, Salt, Ac. tc. 7)J !/, t.if year one thbuzznd eigftt? fiinidied and notified to make psivmctit irnrnediatly. $thoje 4e0. Tickets numbered> 548. 619, 51,662 SO,000,will each ii fhe-r marLet value,in punitifornoteo'nnd .
For sale by G. L J. fifty eight.SECTION. JOHN POUTER, Adznt'r.Maryland nccx-unts. "**
; tioi.s expiessing their entire confidence InKiirlinni < and .
be estr.leci to COO, ao ca cccoriliag to the above
1; Yoiin r, and th 'ir determination) t 0 March IS, 1&J8. 11-Ct 1. Pf it oidi'ncd ty t!," Ii'evdtnl find Tel H7. 1EZB. 9w scheme. He would inform his friene! timT" C1II4 Z5If1IL...

OsnMain biin the rebellion. It also i CyMtril rf l'i? cti passed Maryland State Lotteries That! tin IP s-'l be kviptl an..! eollec'e'd the fulIoVug State Lotteries. lv f figure of the Numbe* that draa the *7uVCO ife very heavyjrhd he feels confident, fa eeari&ra-
a law attaching < reC'n to Salt Lake "th.' iudnl heretofora'exfewWfc
vounty tares for the fal on the Itt day ion of rr-vt ur.ec
year coramtncins Friz. if the Number drawing the ?
C. FRINGE t CO. 3anaer! Foreximpl8
coi.i.tv v.iih l'je t probably! of nuHif.iig \ 1858. ISCb I tbeywill ... ALL corai 'fojirant ait'iTafl
sew, : oi'Apnl : v70.U0'> Prize ends with Ico. 1, then all the Ticket', .
i.siiii' ol tie proceedings of the United -0----- 1-Upon all luerchruts vending p(.ols, arcs r r>d v/h3ip the No. enJ in 1, wilTbe ertIed l ti $?0. If thzms.lres cf the indamnents offered i hs4bW iikai.tisenient .

Stes: Cotiit ubich had been opened there R. FRANCE &. Co., Mancger.!. merchandize tax of thirty-five cent c-n every Lun- CAUTION NOTICE.l.Z the No. cnJa with Ii'.i 2. then all the Ticket wiiere in 1 pay at least nnamotint sufnVient tfle-ss..
tired! du'lai. in \sl\i"\ of the ptock in tra,]e on the Kr tchy able hiaa ti> veet IM lihMii'e.Bbild eit ,
1w .! Eeleh. !: I )EiSONS at a distance should b* extrerne- the Nu. ends ia 2 will be eJliileJ to S>0, azJ BO onto
\\TE present lo: our ('ustnnptthrOt1ZloUt the of April next us near as the same can be ascertained. ._L ly "uituus of \vhora they oni r L'-ttt-ry Tickets 0. any ((1 !c'jp; rwn:' V7iro* circmjiaumble

It is supposed Jadge EcLt-1 Co'Jirt will Union, come (.f the most ilpgnificent Schemes I cr Certificates cf ckajjSH pf Tickets. The country Certinvates of Packages wilL be sold at the fvlbwratts. thera to coraply. even fa pjrf, I

indict every member .f (ft li Mormon Legislature I for the month of March, <;\tr oJiereJ. The Mary 2!-Upon nil venders of g.xd K wares and merchandize is fl'xnled with bogus anJ! swftjd'mj Lotteries. Every which ia the risk : come forward nt onceand'---- iptb.i so..

\\liooted lo sustain Young. They land Slat Lotteries arc the) Enft-tt lotteries t<> rt1r- (other than Itinerant traders.) who shall com inducement is In-'ld out.to get person to invest Certificates of Package cf 10 T71.f>le Tickets. .?SO counts and make the very'best rtsem.ntht, *
[ e1.e Tislcets in. They are f.tiily drann the I n.enee busiuee* nfter the first day of April next, a tax for reafter. that he Itm
Lid ben re-convened !! for tie by I money in them. Capital Prizes o from 2o,00 to10eJO E 10 Half 40 power pnynjent may
gppcuHy purpoec I j Suite Lottery Commissioners, in public, and all Pri- j of thirty five cci!te on every hunched dollars in value head tbcir schetnes-with tieket at 1l0,00t 'a 10 Qumtcr 20 what to depend upon. DAVID C."WILSONFeb.

on Jinuary. 4th.-Washington fSlar.Cunc zei ue promptly paid by thfi Managers. All who f'f their stock jet traoe. to be intimated and asso scd ) Cpitn! Frizes are oT&reJ( i. 4il 10 EiVLth .. 10 ..12.1868. 7-tf '-* "' -,

i deue and will take tLc truuble, can soon wertaiii forthwith upon their oontmoncing busings' su'jli, in every inahince,are (rat il!' ; aad if money ia Iu ordering Tickets or CVrtin'cates. enclose the S _

FoR THE UITC or A MAD Doc.-A | that the Marylin S'ate Lotteries, ur.hr the s 'leinaiisgmcnt R-Upon all household furniture, including gold end sent to them for tickets, it is so i-ruth thrown away to oar address fof the Tickets ordered, on receipt '
writer i iii the National Intelligencer says th-it of R. France j LotU.ii in M.rylaml, ami are dawn by authontyI witchc-5 a tndf thirty-five cents on every hundred Ilewareof all Lotteries where the Prize is
spii its of hartshorn Is a Certain remedy for the Lr.w. Capital Purchasers can have tickets ending in any figure they FOR THK .:
dolluii! value tln'rei
I iu unusually large m to the price of tickets. ..
bite of a mad dog. The wound, h onlc.in the I 4-Upwij iiupioted or unimproved town a In every instance where large prizes are ofTi-red for a The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be
thoulti be constantly; bathed ju'ih it, and thre1 Maryland !lotteries proniptl-, and all! comnjaiucritions j L tax of thlrU fn e ctiiti '.:. every h-jndred dollars r.ilu tin.il!! cost of ti.-Kots. put it duwu as n certain fraud. sent to purchasers immediately after the drawing. FALL kNDWINTEWTRjDE.

or four doaes. diluted, taken inwardly during htl
the day. The hartshorn decomposes chcniically C2?; T he co-uiitry i* firw:Jed uitli swindling; IHJUJ ;j 5-Upon all! s-'ruei o\\ne! or employed in the city, I Sheloy C<>il gw.. l lr our i.iau.igenunt. is (tiie only plain and give Uleir Post Oficc CotuVy and State. "

the virus insinuated into the wound rind l.tte1itIJOtbnZ o-.t Mist induceiuenib, in tin- ch ipa t f\-\ ) de T'U d l ly [lie oWiir or owu.:pra thoicof,) a tax Lottery in the Unite I Statts which u Icga'Iy dccii i zar Remember that every Prize is drawn and .
of ]largn Cuptr.0! fir a s-jiali price of Tiekits. Iiv.aie j I nfthiit. live cent's en eiry hui/lred iJo'.lais valuetL'e ded by the il.inl.uid Dtawings ; all rther Lotteries parable jC full without Muct'oD. .
alters and utlttenoasiiess.
'tstruya its < fall sud r.nd when
ycu want to try your e.f T.hirhpurport to be decided by the Maryland Drawings gT All prizes oP 5 l.nCO aud under, paid inr.mediutely
: The! writer, who resided in Hiazil ;iuck, retne.nbcr that the Maryland Lffrie. ,' wlii.-h C-UrMi aH.pleasure carriages, and upon nil Jior- are fi'audd. t after the Jiawiag-other prizes at the uauil 711HZ undersigned n now receiving his.dkc
have beet* r'law! n lo tl.- List f.> ynd l reul.c! : in t'necitx, tax of JFALL AND WIXTER QOOJJ.$
for pome time, first tried it far the Irifofn rty yrar are the best BCS iept ; :i thiity-iivc TILE MARYLAND STATE LOTTERIES. time of thirty days.
Lotteries to or id T: kt-ts a.. I cents rn evcrv hundud dollars value thereof. which wants neither in Quantity, Quality orthjl.,.
an.l found that
scorpion, it removed pain and All coaiomalc.vtiot.s 'f ctly conCdentiaLAdJre
Purchase in the Maryland State Lotteries then
7 li Awct.sii. S.i!<>s, rx tar: of otyj halfp'.r
-Uj "ii ::
infinmation almost instaMh Subsequently, GRAND COXSOL1DAT1J) TOTTERY, ccn'.up'M' ) the grots aiii'iisnl of pie.! yru HIP sure of ht-iiig ngiit. And in ordering; in tie s Onlfia fjr Tickets cr Cvrlincates to Embracing for the Ladies-

he tried it for the bite of a rattlesnake with '7 6_Upon a'l Hank .*.gt-nt-ke. buy ins or ec.llin j ex- 1 M.-rvlan i Lotteries.ou are sure of Lir r.uj honest S. SWAN & CO., Augusta, Ga. Silk Robes a QuHIe, Side Stripe DT'EObeE
drtings. %g- Persona residing rear Montgomery, Ala, or Flounced, 4. CbatjiJ
similar success. At the suggestion of the To be drawn iu chiC. tiravii) tijc-i :ii>y JII.ICQ ln-yoT-1 the limits of
writer oH fiend and tried it in Balt.uiuie City, iluich 13. 1355. this btat", a !. :: rf < i:e t-nl I.-'MII e.VeT)' hun,ircd dollar One tiling L-rk i". t\><\ that K, if you order from AtLn'a, G.*., can }h..ve their orders filled!' and save BroeetcleBavadiereStripes, 'a e Plush Barer*
an physician SPLENDID TiN UOJ.LVRS Sf'HEMr. :n !iiri juiil so b.lU;ht is.ujcti.rv hundred dollars any liccrsed vender ID Baltimore, do not recfirc any time, by addietdicg S. Swan A Cov; at cither of those Canille Robes, '. -:. ?
cases of hydrophobia, and always with sue- 1 r.-iz .. f.n and Jurii' but ,'aIera' Trcketn and Managers' Printed CertiS- cities. China Striped Olace. Printed Merino BOOM '
?-HV.orn 5 rri7"i of.. . .. .. in p.r.fii'nl eo sold, the year next preocilin ,
1 *' III.CHPO) I 5 the J..te at winch the as.sc.nient f such tax cats of Packages. Th M.inagTa' Certificates have f A. list of the numbers that are drawn from Satin. Plaid Poult de Loire D hun *

4 2 Prizeof------------S. 10 (-1.all be made. the nnmbors printed and have the lithographed signattrre ths wheel, with the amount of the Prize that each I All Wool Delains.MANTLES.
---- ---- ---- 2OO83 0 all Aqencifi of Insurance Ccnipaule\ cf ll. France -Upon
JJtifl1 i1OtiCt5. &c_, &c.rTcxETs tax of two per cent ujwin the gri) 3 amount ofall comnii No or-e has a right to send his individual csriifi in the following papers: Augusta (Ceo) Constitutionaliist. /

SJOJ nALvra 85 ; QtjiETra $2 50. ->s! >n received for mid during the year next preceding cate*, and if he dees it, be sure there isa fraud at the New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register, OF ETZZT MATEMAL A59 CTTUL.Embroideries' -
Cerufl-ate bottom of it. P.. FRANCE i CO Charleston Standard, Nashville Gazette Atlanta Intelligencer.
of Packages of 2fi 'Whole'...f4'! ('.00 I the date of ztene rut.
THE GREAT ENGLISH EEMEDY.HE do. ' .Inhabitants, between the Managers of Maryland State Lotteries. New York Weekly Day Book, Savannah *"
jf twintv-wiitr! and sixty a Poll tax of one Feb. 20, 18.Moneyfor. i-3ci Morning Richmond Dispatch, New York Dispatd fValencene <
freptredfrarn a precrij/tia-i. fSir J. ClarLet, M. 27zeGeat Scheme of the Month." agPs dolln11 -- years vn.id Paulding (Miss ) Clarion. Maltese( and HortoLer. ;

I,., Physician Extraordinary to the Queen.Thu -Upon all Fice Colored M.iles bet ween the} age: the Million Nov. 14, 1857. 46-ly BONNETS, BELTS AND TPJilillff Rriairg
iar*luable medicine it unlWiLng in the rare of all! fOLIDATED LOTTKRV, CLASS E,
twenty one and fifty }<-ars, a tax often dollars. The nndei signed would alab call ttcottaalio A of Use
thow painful and 3aFgerou diseases to ubich the fomtJenruututioa To be drawn in Baltimore City, March 2S, UM. '". Florida Kailroad.
12-Upon all Fie '''outl Females, between the DOLLAEs'rOs"riVE Public generally to his large and complete St ck of
U subject It moderates all ezreu and remove* MAGNIFICENT SCHEME. .. tax offire dol1ae.I 30,000 DOLLARS !
_. ? ages twenty one a'i. .ty jt-arsa Gents and Youths Foil and Winter -Cfctaing,
all obttruetkmt, and a speedy cure be relied otTo 20 Drawn Ballot in ea'li Slave exhibited for sale
Packages of 26 Tjcktts ._ -Upon every publ.-ly Only SO.OOi) lumbers-3.28C Prizes 1 1Mt Gents and Youth FaIl and.WinterHATS.CAPL
MARRIED LADIES Making more Prizes than Thanks.I within the corporate limits of this city, a tax of four T a meeting of the Board of Directors of the _.. ., 1K7"
It Is p-CTiliariy.nltt
fflomhlj period with regularity.rri. I 1 Prizeof------------U VJA 1 Stc. 2. Le tl further ordiliifj. That there shall be I on the 7th day of November, A. D., 1857, the fol- PLANTATION CJOODR

botfie,price One Dollar,bean the Gorernmect Stamp 1 .... .. . .j..0o 1 .... ... . 1jg) levied and collected the following License Taxes : Capital Prize 830,000 lowing resolution was adopted ; ** t ,
of Great Britain,t e prevent counterfeit I .... ... .. ;,:ot I ........ .. 1,250 1-Upon a'i! retailers of spirituous or vinous liquors WHEREAS, The work on the Florida Railroad hav Kerseys nlevo/. ad. i a gaj MK! Reps

CA UTIQN.Tbe I 1 '- :fflo;.o o i "' in quantities lcss than cue quart, a tax ofonc huudred HAvA PLAN OF SINGLE UMBL1tS. lug advanced to a condition which brings it into use Sslud* Stnpej MJiueUL. ..iMurlborong

rn"u Amrid not be taken by femaJei during the first I .. ... .... ,(;oo O .. .... .. 4j4) dollars. ful connexion with the business of the interior, and St.ipes and UIUMU and black 8uo.s,
tree aoBth) Pregnancy, ac they are sure to bring on Jti- 1 ::.. ...... ,wo, ........ .... 2-Upon all Billiard Tables and Bowling Allevs, JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY_LOITEBY.ST the practicability of a successful prosecution of it to Pk.Js, Linserys .ntK&j eJa
carriage,but at any other tim they are aaTe.lo 1.000 I'riie of$200 ears.Tiekte or Ten pin AllcvH. technically called, used for hire, the end being resonally demonstrated, the Company Ilenvy Cotton Osnaburgha, VirgmK all Wbof ya.c

ill rue*UCTTDOS aod Spinal Affections, Pain in the 120, Ilsilvea IO, Qnaiter $5, Eighth $2.M.Ccrttcate a tax of twenty five dollais. A UTIIOJIITY OF TifF STATE Of GEO. which has thus far conducted the enterprise consider 1 4-4 brown And bleach-. Wool Had, .' r .

Back end Ltnibe.Fatiue oa tlirkt eit-rtion, Palpitation! of oPaekea WI'he................ 3-Upon every dray or cart, used for hire, a tax of CLASS JJ Draws March let 185S, that a point has been reached where they may Lr.pe cd domestics Steel; Iroa afld-2fc3a C
the Inrt,lTygtat *, and While, these Pills will affect a do. do. :- Ilalvc*.... ........ .... tO.OOdo. eight dolars.! to be met by the confidence and co-operation of th. Brown and bleached Sice Complete asaortmaut .1
do. c Quirtcra.... .... ..... four fcix hortc CLASS KK, Draws March 15th, 1858, *
cure vben all other mean* have (ailed,aad*lllioufb *jx>werful 4-Upon every two or or wagon planters and merchants of the interior: tinge. hardware.9ABPETING .
do. do. 2.Llgbths.... ........ .. .. 8'O ut'd for hire tax of ten dollar Jr. nublic! at Micon, Ga., under the sworn
reoedjr,kt not couUin iron, c&lomeL aaumony, or any ] n ? superintendence Tlierefore, Resolved. That Ite Secretary be direc .
third hnitful to the coiuUtulion. -- j, |!tx>n every hack or public carriage used for cf E. C. Bulkley and Joseph Waterman, ted to invite subscriptions to the Stock of the Company .. .

Full dtreciKms accompany each package. Sole Afnt for HAVANA PLAN. hire iv tax tfitht dollars, except hacks and carriages Eqs. _ upon the same terms as heretofore, and to take Brussels, Three Ply andlngrsm Carpet,
tie United tState and Canada, JOB MOsKS, Single numbers number beluugiDjf to public livery Kablea. such step as may sSbnl the most convenient P.xrlor Rugs and doomHatrv ,
(Lte L C Baldwin & Co) EochesUrr. y. Y. and all every the Prizes drawn put out.the wheel, 0-Upon every public Livery Stable, a tax of fifty Prizes Payable Without Deduction. to the inhabitants of the several interested opportunity All of the abov* mentioned srtklet, ,'flI'E&( r4

X. B.-t>,UO and 6 poitcge tumps encloed to any aulLorUM dollar Counties to take Stock.A upon M good terms as can be. bought of sn 1II

Agent, will insure &boule coctaining 0 PAlL* by return Wry Prize in this ScJitnic mutt le Drawn. 7-Upon every Hawker and Pedlar vending good, S CIIEifE : true copy from the minutes,, iatheCitr. 5'

Bad. MORE PRIZE wares and merchandise except fur the vending of 1 Friro of.$30,000 *EO. \7. CALL, Sec'y.In D. C. WILSONJOct.
For isle by E.I ward Barnard,Jr, Bole TCholeale and EeUU THAN BLANKS. charts and aliases, a tax of one hun bred dollars.gUK 1 1000O n, 1857. 42 .

Agent for Tallahiiiee J. S. M. DiTid on, Sola Agent 50.660 Piize 40,000 Tickets | >n nit venders Lottery Tickets, a tax of 1 % 6,000 of the
pursuance foregoing r sotutodM is
for Qniaey.Febrnvr. five dollars and all retailers of prjtjous or vinounliqurtrs 1 2.500 fipUee
Whole Tickets ; > SELECT
only Ten Dollars. hereby given that tho books of the Compa.-.j firs pefciauently SCHOOL<>
C, 1S8. 6-1 yIF as aforesaid, all keepers billiard tablet, or 1"S 2.000 at Fernandina
bowling or ten pin alleys all keepers of eveiy dray or 1 ; 1.000 bo open made where. ubc T UNDERSIGNED g, learo tr rnfortnfj,*
cither in
your flair is ILrmlttre MARYLAND LOTTERY cart or two or four horse wagon, or luck, or public 5 ; 600 . 1,500 amount may of the prop cr by httcr. the citizens of Tallahassee and vicinity;.thai U pro-

ProfTToo yo r Hair! ii Gray, all venders Company is the owner instruction of youth, Havirg Lad .onideratIe!
THE -HA. VANA PLAN. cry stables hawkers and pedlars; lottery loo :: leo 10,000 town sites of Fernandicft and Cedar expe
Use Prot Wood' flair e toratr*. tickets, shall under penalty of double tie tax in case no .. : co . BOOO 750.000 acre of land Key and also rience in Uachiuy iu this city, 1 Wpey Bntiriof seal
lfyoiirfliirlgTbta! GRAND CONSOLID&TEDExtra of failure, before their several avocations, callings, or 1000 .. J6 . 43BDOO at $2.000.property bad been ap- and unreaaitted energy, to metit frshar* of(imWrc
bee Prof. TTood'i Hair Z>itoraUre.are Class 3. praised over and it is believed that a patronage. The eow'wiU
busiacM aforesaid be pursued and the greatest be takcti with
Iffon Btld, To be drawn )Jn BilUirore, Mi, Saturday,March SIth.lSM. a> may upon Approximation Prizes : further assessment of from $S.OO to f 10.00 per share those commiV.ed
payment of the taxes levied M aforesaid, obtain p license will be to my \ both If reftvd to
I7ae Prat Wood'1 flair EeitoratiTe.V no DEDCCTIOX ojf rftizEft. PEIZM PAYABLE nc FULL. to do from the Intendant to be countmigned 4 Prizes of 125 to $20,000 .. .$500 sufficient to finfia the road.GEO. progrwa and morals. S _

you hare Nerrooi Deaiache, 1 1 Prize" of...... ....IW.Ono 4 Approxlta.. to. ...$3fl0 by the so Treasurer, and such license shall tiot be issued 4 60 to 10,000 .... .. 200 Jau.9 1858. W. CALL. Sec'y. .A* comr.IeU and thsZ4b :iucagoss I11 be
11.9 0 ,
Ua Prot Wood' Hair 2O 8 40 to 6,000 .. 320 24!
Eeitor&tlre.yw "
I ...... .. 4.000 8 too for a shorter period than one year.
bare I ... .... .. 4.00(1( 9 On all ShOWS, other than circusses or equestrian 12 25 to 2.500 .-. 300 S :

DandroffiCae Proi Wood'i Hair 2e u>raiiriIf I I "" ................... 2.000 2.000 8 .... 150 exhibition- tax al five dollars, and oa all circuses or 24 u 15 to 2.000 <. ;. 860 New Mapa of Florida,

yo*hart Eruption, 1 .. ...... 1,500 a 1008j equestrian.exhibitions, a tax often dollars shall be 20 lOto 1,000 .. .- :. 200 PUflLIauzD 'O ?
Use Prot Woo4'a Hair Cettoratire.r 1 ......... L5I levied fcud collected for each exhibition a license to sr x
ad ilre Glow/Hair, ........ .. 1,250 8 .... authorise which most first be obtained from the Inten- 828G Prize amonnting to. .. .$115,130 ,C- CDEEW. :* kiou1Jiorida, .
I ......... 1,250ivooo
Uae Prot Wood'i Hair Eertoratlre.yo 1 .......... 0 dint, and countersigned by the Treasurer, uuder penalty T wtti M&aada and TownJLI -. :
desire to pret rT the Color, I U 1,000 of double the tax herein assessed. Tlok ta $10 ) Halves 6 j Quarters 3 GO.TJu .Blunt.. For aalt by. 7 ? % *? ?
Tto Pro 'Wsod'i Hair JUaloraUra. 10 400 40 .... 60 10 all itinerent traders who shall offer goods b. 'MoOU0AT& hOBBY.
10I' ......... tn 40 .... 80 -Upon 3,000 Prices of $15 will be determined by the Feb. lJanie*
7.|d air*&M UteOM ta Mar, merchandize for sale in this city, there shall 0,1858. .5 I
loo :......... yx 400 20 wares or lasVCgure of tLa.aumb thatfr w the $30.000 i' W4L ,
UM Prot Wod>i Hlr Bestoratlr 20,000 Prize*of$8 each. be levied and. collected a tax of one hundred dollars ; 1 'I
For If the namber5 arawjngtbeSO.OOOpruujHida
"J waat Cheep ArtieU, Whoto Ticket $10, riatrct iS, Quarters $2.60 and a license so to eel! shall first b<> obtained from the ,prire. example: the tickets $g
tJ.e Proc Wood' Hair XMtontir. If you pnrcbMO two Tickets, one of them wait draw $3 Indendant as aforesaid, under a penalty, in case of _. _. ,5
where the No.,ends in 1, will be entitled to $15 If IIONDAY,, 188;
7 admire U BeaaU&l Leek Certificate 'WTjolw .. failure to do of double tax to be imposed.
Packafe 18 will be Rent for. $90.00 so a JQi4siSl
the No. eud"witb No. 2, then all the ticlcets where ?
.U*. Pfot Ualziescvattve. do. lo. KHolTea, do. ... 45.00 SEO. 8. Be further Ordained, Tint every non
uo do. do. 16 Quarters, flo. ..." 22.60 Hhe No. ends in 2will, bs entitled to $15,. -and m onto tiE SUSOEII3Z b.p1 tt the
before Bticli .
4Ine .
the svUMI1tgteta.V.ePrcZ do. 16 Eighth! *, do. ... 11.25 resident Daguerrotypist pursuing; ,occupation 0. .- .1. citIzens CTaIbjiS,.and'ridflitj that HF.N
Wood'a Eair"E *U>r.a ItyDfl BeatiUuj Cdpkfon C3 Allbrileri forTiflteta! mtb4boy( splendid pursuing his profession within the limits of this carry 3 j- 5-. .t 'es '.5

1:TJme PrOc TTood'i Heir fiestoraUre.rw Scheme will be faithfully and promptlyfilled.Addr city, shall pay..a tax of ten dollars,and obtain a license Cerli/icales Iteckaget : liLA 7JSAU7W flU'LyESS '31'T

wia lace tree from Pimple, 2 M. ,T. H.HUBBAKD A Co, from the Intendant; and upon failure orrefusol, so to Of 10 rickeli re told Bllhfr Lilting' rate, which in aH iia varfons'brwcbea, actlrs prepared *

tile rr.twood'.I1iestoriUv : Box 40, Baltimore, Md.uP do. shall par-double the tax aboe assessed.SEC. .- .- .) 1OWhola Kck U.A.M..i.f35. ; 00 all..orders 'wit!* oeaUesa- and diipat foexecflla Hk ; 3ff4 = J.ts.p
4.Be i/ur1herOrtkined, That nU Ordinances isthaz-i : 3-lolinif ," U. 50 wfll be'-warrantedto W equal ththt,0r wo

tae ProC TTood- JUa ??
UI..WUt k.Uoj v'- filled in the Shclbr College. Lottery, of'Ken- andmeang, f thU 7jOrdip&ce,, baand ,the same are Notes of sound Banks taken at par.AddrewT in oiry'J0B "* gnrs.r.t,
Z1l4lrtTe tooky.-'Sebomw xactlrthej m s-as' the bcv.-. nerebfWjmted* fc4 VPassed ** Checks Yorktn4eLrIz e. #-' iot'
it7owIstt.M1c .. and also d injtt Wms.aJ (rmcut of R. Franc. **- 4bt Conned and approved this tweoty-farirtL I Iiay orrfcri for ticket*or" OtrtffleaU of Pack- .

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IeaJerIIi IleatJ. .&de4 0" au hlie.Gad he has nWI& In- the- bniIdbE-A f ffljj. L.- cit.- Wdb., ,. t': =.'.tI&_g.. 1I..w .4TJ'
SUble .
,. GeEe'1PirIng Goods.I large Brick *, at stand and is ,where h U prepared to work Stove aadi.aTter? Olaea W. "tUI
o.4jq..x*otll es ar.l..ti thwriow 1100 prepared to accommodate Ue friend aad enatomereHe line at the shortest aotioa aDd OB tbe most Oootieg.P.&r JIM Baa.1a.Tooth ttre..
a a aeh eobe qo ntPra&ealoaalaad .U 10 : -- also has altacbed to bw,StabLes,a good Blacksmith steettBMat stid tJ rwbet for .
Basiaett OardetMerted at(10 per era now ncctrimg ty Fall end Winter tup Shop,where be will bare bare dene all kiodepf REASONABLE;TERMS, .A8PLDDtD *,tr nest..U PalfltBhbei 3hdk1j,
Plantation work Hone shoeing,and Carriaftwork in carriage and trumnbg making &reduced prieer. Paa9.trtIe1e;
.' new
ammm.AdrerfeemmU ply of Clotkt, Cauimerti, Vetting, %c.t oj aw aa painting ; Garden SeWa. 7Iae Baftlta
fte\ marked with the 'mmber oftfesertwes the very" best manner and with promptness and die- buggies and wagotM,and all kiodi of repairing. HaTing Oat Door Work. 1'hebaTU..ettltJy reoefTcd #

will be eoBticned until forbid, aad charged Every Color, Style and Quality, pateh. procured a first rate Roofioff.Ornamental Front Heads,Gntterrog.Copper of.tety vsrlty of artieta a 1. If mmjAUo. F.s(
Norettber 5, 1858. 44 Sheet Lead,Sheet AI .uJ' kept _"
accordingly.fJ _
Painter and TVwnwerv and Tin Conducting Pipes Plahtbis and
Carriage druggists. Pb1'idane
which I to make in the most wjat Ihrl
OerUfieatee of poblication of lfal or estate am prepared vp Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, ia to do .Zfflfc; Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Porapa. Shop week this .1aUi.bment. full .upIy I
New York the undersigned prepared otnelJ'
"tJtiea will_be given unlil the advertising fee ia fashionable thort notice short notief. ..
style on done at
of variety cl.d, end on tM Dw.t liberal
Fir Sale by P. B. Brokav, ,';_ this kind of work aa well and in the latest style, as it erery t.-.ne
tid. __ AND REASONABLE TERMS Subscriber just"teceiTed a can be done at the North. City and Country Merchant Orders (rom Site Counr,J'f'OmP'lo Utd uchatw.t
'; _-- -- -t : c -ALSOA THE large supply of Carriages, AU those who have this kind of work to do, and Are respectfully Invited to give me a call befoie par tiou guarszteeditb" .nJ both priet. aDd
wish it done in a manner that Till not fail to give t:. 'Ph1aidan'. prttcrlptJoa.a'tfcJ eompoaadtd.
b' J and Harness which bo offers elsewhere.
for sale on the most reasonable terms. satisfaction wcrld do well to call on fSB N.B. All articles manofactncd from tie Tery .Epptng s tompouud J1aid XUnet of &d,
'- WM. K1THNS.I Jan f, 1851C
READY-MADE CLOTHING and warranted durable. No other artl
November 18, 1854. 46 best material

Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear, MILES NASH & CO. I May 2, '67 18 la will be offered for tale. 4t Cod Liver Oil. .

.neb Cloaks.Talmas Coats Vets Pants tc. te October2O,185.
as < ,
T"T' Dealers in Medicines &c. Piano Fortes.dIIibIWE PURE of tie celebrated "Btaadt-
which will be disposed of at low prices. Drugs, FRESH B
Ac Jt Co A BoahWa.
Also, a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirt, Collars, received from New York per bark R.H.G im- I are prepared to furnish Piano Wines, Syrups, For aale _

Undershirts,Cravat*,Stocks, Hosiery, I Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their such as Oils of almost every kind Burning Fluid, upon the most liberal terms. OLD Port,. Old Port Joi.,

own interests by giving me a call, as all the above articles White Lead, Zinc aud other paints. Windw Glass of They are second to none in any country cither as I Madeira, Brandy Cheriie, I -4

I have been selected with great care, and with a best oualily, }'utt.\. Brushes. Potash.Soda Sparkling to quality or price. I Sherry, Sardines, : Notice.SIX .

special view to their adaptation to this market. Gelation,London Mustard French Brandy(very best,) Every InstrumeDt will warranted. I Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinoef, Months frrm the- first publication of tits

._H"\. October 18, 1856. ly42JVEW medicinal purposes, Spices.! Pepper. Lt'monS"r.lp, I II MILES NASH & CO. I Flavoring Extract: Pears, .. the undersigned dmiiiistntor: of *>.
Inks Quinine, Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Buchu, February23l86. 8 Yeast Powders, Tanaannds, tate ef Robert Starret. deceased Lite of I.to.a
Ames & liHAVE STORIEn. GOODS. I ic., ic., and a general assortment of Popular Pateut Spanish Olives, Spicee, ty, will present hie final account Iud fo1Je.
-+- Medicines. We keep none but the very best and. Town Property for Sale.THE !I Corn Starch. Pieties, administrator, and ask for a dischaire YOtK1tru"aid.

just received the following. 7argeand well hope to merit jour patronage. I! underoigned offers at private sale, the follow- I i Worcestershire b'auee, Salad Oil.Capers I DANIEL 11.STUk0Ei Aca\'r.J
d assortment of BRUSHES are I English Mustard, I
described property, known as the Jravis Lots, 1 i Jao. 9. 18C8. !-Cm
reasonable terms as can be a! March 29, ISM ISWAKULLA'nTOFWORKS Cocoa. I _
offered for sale on as ,Claret,
MERCHANT TAILORS I viz: Lots Nos. 3, 5. 30,48,140,141
folded i ia any Southern Maikc-t viz: ; 1 i 144, 226, 227. 235, 23'J,240. 241, 242, 243, 244. 143'j AYES 1 LJYELT. Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE

Paint Bro&hes, ground from 0 to COOOOO, AND ErVLEtS IX i 248, 246, 250, 252, 253. 254, 256. 25i,258, 268, Jab nty fi, ise, : .
do do do Coppcrbound from No. 1 to ft, ; No Por"t F1a.: I in the original plan of the city Tallahassee.. I 0> FLORIDA. !
White Wash Brnabcs, of all grades and sizes, ; I -ALSO- Liverv and Sale Stable. JEFFERSON COUNTY, fJons

Window do Hera Jo j AiD ; This Establishment is Now Under Full Blast t.I t.I D. REICHERT administrator of
in and vritL knots. Lots Nos. I a,4 *, 6, 7, in S.County nE : the estate
Shoe do F ira top I GENTlEMENS'' FURNISHING GOODS I -.. .- qr.ALSO i & nedgi'Ubo- s nur .JorfT. late of Jefferson .
tire that he has county
Sea Root BAth Brushes I purchased
I KC3il'! death of Jlr. Pond, Mr. Gr.o. S. KIVJ I deceased b23 fir<,1 in the Probate office of Jeflen
do < 'I to the Stable of. _
do do Velvet and t I 0s. taken charge; all communication tl.errfore Lots :.'s. 4. 12, 13, 15, 16,22.25. 39,40, 48, 81 Livery tile county, a written an estion that be .li vn tbe e,.
curved I
Iforee ITaTr T7e n da plain, n Hn SUBSCRIBERS are now 'ring. at William II Newi'ominTaltahasseetogctherwith :
Tooth, Hair ad Sail BrciLes, ia great variety, I Jthe Stoic next to McCiis. 0. & J. Mejjiunie ; 11 I relative to wink, lc,, eliouKl be a'ldrescd to H n. I II G'l.in the South J County quarter.The good will of the establishment, and that he is now I tate notice of Charles is Bargdorff,to be insolvent. Therenp.
above described formerly belonged on hereby given lo.all
of tliis business
under the bead property having
I All work coming persona claim
Infant's do do *, a well selected Stock oi Fall and Winter prepared to carry on the bssineaS in all its liranebe', ;
to Gov. Frown. For further information and terms, agaist said estate to and file the
; and pccutedat
i will bcf'f..ml'! 11(J.In'ally neatly appenr same vitfc
Horse do Flei-h Gloves, i Goo-Is, suitable furGEXTLEMEXS' ) ; and promises the public with good accommodations .
Wire bound Stencil:! Brushes, as ii&ierate a chaigc as price of labor, &c. will which will bf liberal,apply to ..Perry Amaker, Esq., ; in his line on reasonable tcrmn.IJCHARD. the Judge of Probate, of said county on or btbr
IVEA R, Attorney at Law, Tallahassee. I the third day of May n%t,when there will be a
do do marking do II j justify. I II t SA U DERS. prerata -
Jjr> bound Roof do consisting in pa.it of French Joel English Cloth,, Cissirneres I This Establishment} is n">t kept up f.'r the puipo-a I II CHARLES P. MANNING. 2SC-8 36 I distribution of tbe finds belonging to laid estate
n !
Handle Scr ib do I and estings of the latest style and bet quality of making money, (strange to -.iy.) as dear bought Until sold, the above property wi.l: be for rent. -- -- --- ---- -- amongst the creditor tLereoi!; at whica time the said
Poouab and Lackeiipg do ; which they lire prepares] to make up to order in I experience tins Jernonstrttd to me, it canuot be donein A. PEnny AMAKER. Tallahassee Sash and Blind i John D.Reicbert apply for Lis final diMLarp I
Guilders tips aud Graiuing Combs i a workman like and fashionable znar.ner.: aid on REANAELE I tliii region at this branch of business-but for the I Februaiy 1C, 1856. 7-tt J. from the administration of said estate. .

Camel's Hair and Badgers Blend*!s, C TruMS. Also, a good nsioilnunt of benefit of the unfortunate, who harpeD to have Etigiuts '- 1 7PAOTOa.y. THOMAS J. CHASE. Judge ef Pg..
i aud such like, to : 78,000 Havana Oct. 31. 1857. 44-Cm
do do Pencils : READY.MADE CLOTHING, repair. Segars I THE undersigned adopt* this method ofiDo ming '

Shaving Brushes-Badger, Buffalo and Bristle J 17/t Palttrnt, S'o'J. Jlciillrl7TJQIl, Jc., beingLa'je the following favorite brands, now in Store public, that lie recommenced the above
Hat do 1 ennstn; ; of Fine Black -.n.l l Colored Cl-t!. Truck I 11 UfJtf, fin
Together with a large lot of Paints and Painters Ma-. Coa's, Fancy Cu,if1frcllu."iucss LOI.N, flick arid j Job* NIt (if TitriHtl Out icil'tli'catnc II 4000 Young America, pleased to receive the patronage ofl.ia friends. Shop I Months aft / date, the nadenMd ad

terials.Kov. I Colored Ku-rLiKs and 01 c: Coats, Black a.nl Fancy- \ ,"i and lJipatch.Sbafiing .3\00 Ho Napier, I i at tbe Rail Road Depot. I. W. BOWENMarch tor of the Estate of John Ingram deeeweV
Doeskin and Ca eimere Pnr.ts. Grenadine % .
14, 1857. 47 i and Silk and Ca imcre Y cst Figuied. I'l: lie;, Plumber BOXC?, Hingirgs for I COOO El Muud.ie Neva Londres, 3' 57. 10 I late of Oadsdeo ooooty win present hia bal_

JS'O. 592. Fancy j Shaftings, Spur Gearing, Water and Sleam Pipe. I 8000 Ernpresi Eugenia, r to the Judge of Probate cf ia id county and lit tf

.1 Z S 0 ; Stop Cocks, (tnuge Cocks Grate liars, Flow Castitiij", 5000 La Islctas ; Madison Circuit Court.Cannon be discharged. LEWIS JONES, Admfr.Ia .

j Scgar R..ll-rs, Circular anJ Upright Saw Mill and 4000 Old Figaro, H. Administrator of J JI right of Lie 'Wa,
A good assortment of black and fancy silk cravats 1 Gust Mill Gearing, Circular and Upright Saws, dc. 2000 Mon Murav.I Shipp. J JI Nn. 7. idn. .u-tm

BY THE PRESIDEXT and ties, shirts merino, ellk_and cotton under shirt, : Ac. Ac., Genf rally kept on Hand, or got up on Short 10000 La r.vv vjrita, I Cannon U. Shipp, dec'd.Comp't. f -

collars, sods gloves Ac. I Notice. In r.ict.'llere ir the Place for all that Want I 5000 Andesdes Rivas, ; I' Insolvent Estate Notice.
OF THE UNITED STATES. 1 The subscribers are new beginners and not entirely Work in this Line Done up Right and with Dispatch. 10000 La Fontica, I IleJdin C. SLipp, Clarissa Win- i
I Ia
William Smith and .
: unknown to the community, and they pledge Having some half a dozen Engines myself constanl- 7000 El-De Orion, I gate, Molsey, Chaaocry.bis I II ALL persons having claims apua t tile estate J
their Descendants
-Ur. t themselves to give satisfaction to all who may favor I i running, caused the Establishment to be erected- 12000 Regalia Londres, I wife, and 'I M. William, late.of Leon eoontv,deceased
TV purscaaee of law I, JAMES BUCHANAK, them with their patronage. I i the same cause must keep it up. Therefore, you can 2000 Eleccion. I I Britton King and Elizabeth his i are hereby notified to appear and fife the
J. President of the (United States of America do I I wife, and their Descendants, De i
with tbe Judge of Probate c/Leoo
I J. WEBER, [i always rely on l-avifg work done at the Oct. 17,1857. 42 I same county e?
hereby declare and make known that public sales L. DANNIIEIMER. Tr.AIl/LlA ? WORKS. fendants. or before the fiflb'Jay of July,1853,for payment prVrata
will be held at the nndermeatieDed land office,in Ibo i IRON IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by the executor of said estate having filed A wntlea
State of Alabama at tbe period hereinafter detlgna- S.pttI, 1657. 39-tf DENTISTRY.DR. affidavit,filed in this cause that none of said Defendants suggestion of ita insolvency.

ted to-wit: But Here Comes the Jiexl Important Thing. are residents of tne State of Florida, but D. W. OWYNN.
At the land office at Elba comra tvnof on MtHMUy, ; that the said Reddin C. Sbipp resides in the State Judge or Probate.
the Ilk day of April next for the diupossloith. pubhe PAY PAY PAY WILL continue in future, the prac of Georgia, tbe said Clarissa Wingate, in" tbe State Jan.t, 1"8 1-6a

laode aitnated witbia the following aamed tcwara I You will etrd to If ew Yqrk, Philadelphia and Baltimore of DENTISTRY, in South. of North Carolina, and that the residency of the said
s1y : IS aew reeeiTing his Tall and Winter Stock of wftLoflt Georgia and Middle and East FJorida.He William and Molsev Smith and their Dtvl.ntAJ .
and have work done, lot fl moment --- -- -- ----- --------- I Notice.
7.rfAt1.. kif l. j JrI IW r.r. .. CHoc anitable ferWENS' dreaming of credit, out here at home, where there are has bad several years practical experience in the and Britton and Elizabeth King, and their Descendants I

; J WEAR ; no Banks or Banking facilities, or surplus capital, you profession, the last three of which baa been in those are unknown to the CompVnant, but that accord SIX Mouths' after date, :I shall as exeeotri of Jif

Prsg6osalt.wv1biPZ.ofreetN! $,t, 10, II, 11 want I, S, S, 4 and 5 years credit and then requireone sections of country. Hi. work is of tbe most beautiful 'og to the best,information be can obtain, they orB"j miD Johnson late of Je'ffcneo
U U, Ul6, aod 17. eoewiatinf ia part of French and English Cloths, Cats!. to ride from 60 to 600 miles for pay, and proba- and durable character and satisfaction ia guaranteed reside (If any' offliett are living) in some of tbeSouth. county Florida, deceased render my final aceooota,
of 18 91 mores anc Vesting! of all colon, and of tbe best qua! from 10 to 26 cent of in every instance. .We*.era States.It and apply to the Honorable Thomas J.Chile,Judge
Fractional township I, rane 11,V, ,XI, bly ultimately expend per
13, 24, and Sfi.Fnetkwal ity, which: be u prepared to manufacture to order on amount in collecting I Is thro! right f li this encouraging fAll communications sent to lIo tieeno. Fla., will ia on motion ordered, that the Defendants appear of Probate, of the Court of Probate .f said musty.
the most reasonable terms and in the most receive attention as soon as previous and the Bill fora discharge from further administration ofthetau
t eection 21, J6. 17, tl, aad 10, .f raUonal > Home Industry If so, can you be surprisedthat engagements answer Complainant's otherwise
will the said bill shall be taken It ia fur- estate. SARAH A.JOH5S01T.
! township 6. of range 2$. FASHIONABLE MANNER it does not thrive I pro-conlesso.
Fractional sections 26, 28, aad 10. of fraetioaal Arrangements must be mde for payment before ---- I ther ordered, that a copy of this order be published MontiaeJlo Xor.T.JUT. 4S-4a

township 6, of range 27.Fmctmal Together with a general assortment of delivery of work, through some House in this place, Jt JI'.JIENCJ : weekly for four months in the Tallahassee Floridian
aectioo 21, and tbe caet | of fraetioaaleettoo St. Marks, or Tallahassee-that is far enough from t Journal. Done and ordered at Chambers,this 12th Notice.
ESADY-MADE CLOTHING, O.ov..lI. 3. Pun, Florida. day of December A. D. 18B7
fractional cf 28. borne.
of 6.
28 township
Lands appropriated, by law or the use range of aoheola that will eompar f.orably with any stock of Cloth- You may be good, but we cannot fun afUr our How.J. L. SE'A1D, I1TuomMnu, Oa.Ho J. WAYLES BAKiR: Jadge. S" Month after of the date, we the of Jthn undersigned Smith. administrators d, .

military and other purposes will be excluded from ing ever exhibited for in this city, consisting of bard earnings in this Department. Besides, when Ho*. P. E. Lori, f Dee. 19, 1857. 51-4m late of Gadsden tEstate will Ins-*
.. ) ceased conntr. present our
Fine Black and Colored Cloth and Frock Coats, credited hard make them. ,
the sale. Labor is out parties try to looticeUo, F1a.
In the Circuit Court Middle Circuit accounts and vouchers to the Hon.Judge ol Probate,
RKT. W. :E. HAMILTON f oftht of
Tbe offering of the above lands will be commenced Faaej Casshmr: and Beaver Frock ard Business ael/es bliov it is not half done, because they owe of Mud county and ak -be tHsebarjrccL
HOH.J. C.McOnz
.a the day appointed and Vrlll proceed in the order Coats for it. "Al1aon' "J a.GE Florida. THOMAS R SMITH )
ia which they are advertised until the whole shall Black and colored Cloth, Beaver and Pilot Over- DANIEL LADD. rcL C .PaC, :f Enoeb H.: Forbes,and Iii.wife, S--' JOHN H.SM1TIT.szstrs.f .
Sx. F1a.April
have ben offered,and the sales thus closed; bat the Sack Sartouta, New Por .July 11, 1857. 28 '<67. 17 Alligator, I can Catharine Forbes, Qutacy NOT. 2 1. 867. 47-tta
salt shall not be kept open longer Ifian ttto **kt, Raglan's Black ud Fancy Doeskin and CassimerePanta --- ----- -- t6, ",. -

and no private entry of any of the lands will be admitted Mantillas Cloaks &c. GREAT- SALE OF William C.Saunders,Executor,acd Notice.THE
until after the expiration of the two weeks. Best Grenadine, Barathea, Satin and Cloth Vests, Esther B. Role, Executrix,of the In Leon eoaa- .

' Given under my band, .t the city of Wasbingtioo, Fancy Velvet, Calli mere Silk and Cashmere do., I rpALMAS, lined and unlined School & Lands. last Will and Testament of Joty In Chan nn.tragned six months after date, will pre- .
this 29th day of December. A. D, 1857. i White Silk do, I 1 do with Hoods, Seminary aeph Miller, deceased William eery. to Hon. Judge of Probate of Len County

JAMES Bl'CHAN'A1f.j j Gents'Shawl, Dressing Rob' Fine SbirU Silk Printed Plnsh do is that in of C.Saunders, James Miller, Joseph their final accounts of the estate ef Alfred if.OatEo

t By the President: Cotton and Merino Under shirts i Basque Cloaks, NOTICE will hereby offer for given sale at publi auction pursuance, all the Miller, Daniel McCauley, d.ceasedatid uk fawn discharge frem Use adaiaie
THOS. A. HENDRICKS, Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. : Zoiare Wrappers, 'fhomab Clark,and his wife Mar tratuia of said estate.
I Commissioner of the General Land Office, -ALSO- Moire and Cloth Cloaks; SEji/.Y R F LANDS, tha C.Clark, and John Miller. SARAH A.BETTOX. Eitrtt

Rich Velvet do -AND ALSO ALL THE- I appearing to the satisfaction of i the Court by affidavit I TURBUTT R. BETTOK. Ext'r. .
XOT1CB TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIXAXT8. ,, A geaeral assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and Sable Black and Brown Sable Far $. IT made and filed in this tense, that Wm. ia right of his wife S
:Every person entitled to tbe right of pre-emption I I Satin Stocks, Ties and Cravats Collars, colored and Children's Fur Tippets and Cloaks. SIXTEENTh C. Saunders, James Miller, Joseph Miller Daniel 8'' U. 1817. $- ra

to any of the lands within the townships and parts of white Kid and Silk Gloves, Buck and Lisle Threaddo BUTLER & DEKHAM. I and lands selected to supply deficiencies therein, lying McCauley, and John Miller Defendants, in the Bill

townships above enumerated it required to establish I I Ladies Gauntleta superior Linen, Cambric and Oct. 17, 1857. 42 and being in the Counties hereinafter named at filed in the above stated cause, reside beyond the jurisdiction Notice.SIX .

tbe same to the fcaiittfaelion of the register and receiver I Silk Handkerchiefs, Brown and Fancy Cotton, Lisle the times herein speci6ed. The sale of the lands Jyi i of thin Court and beyond the limits of the date exMotor
of the land office at Elba and malt payment .I Thread r.nd Maiino \ Hose, Ac, .. CALL AND Look at This in* in each county will take place before the door of i I Slat? Florida, but within the United States: It i ia I months after the undersigned deceased late
I (the estate Thomas Reynolds ,
hi BUY. which lie. The :: therefore ordered, that said Defendants, William C.
acting ( notice the Court-house, they respectively
thtrtfvr at toon practicable after I in i i
will his final
: October 18, 1856. 42 : who have not supplied Saunders James Miller Daniel MeI I of Leon county present aceovatsanTouchers
and before the day appointed for the commence- I THoSE ; sale will commence- i i Joseph j I said
J & with stock for the them-k to the Hon.Judge Probate of nuttY
------ ------ - present and raid
-- ---- and JoLn Miller
ment of tie sale of tbe lands embracing the I Cauley, appear answer :
public I j. would tlo cllto wait and see our III Madison County on Monday the I2lh of ; the first I Ii and ask to be discharged.
Bill before next. 1S58
tract claimed otbel wile such claim will be forfeited. Water I on or Monday in May ,
; THOS.A.UEXDRICKS.Commictioner I Congress : fore purchasing elsewhere. We have several fane I April next ; i otherwise tie Complainants' Bill shall be taken as JESS A AVERITT LeeWer.Sept.12,1'8 .

.' of the General Laud Office. AFRESH supply,j-ist received and for I\h by pair of bursts well broke, and also several A No. 1 i In Columbia County, Monday the 19/A of I I confessed against them. Provided, That a copy of '. S7m_
jingle harness horses, which we will offer for sale on !
AMES this order be in inTallahassee
Jan. It, 1868. 3 LIVELY I April next ; published a newspaper printed
the moat reasonable terms. Florida, once a week for four months Notice.SIX .
-- Sept. 1857. 38 the 26/7 I.
In Alachua
Monday of
County on
i ----------- -- ---------- i Weather permitting we will be in Tallat.a 6ee on i preceding the said Rule Day in May, A. D. 1853.
United States Mail Line Months after date I shall present final ae
;: Hats & or about the 18th or 20th inst. Apr.tlllr t r I Ordered at Chambers, this 29th day of December, my.
Caps. and Touchers, to the lion. Jud of Pro
-72.OS- i HILL .t HILLS. In Levy County, on Tllursday the 29/A of A. D, 1857. J. WAYLES BAKER Ju ge. bate Jefferson administrator with the
!SEW ORLEANS TO KEY WEST I F m :}.I EaEortml'DtfIJATS&C6 PS< S I Jan. 1C, 1853. ---- I April next ; Jan. 2/1853. 1-lm Will annexed tbe county Estate of Mary Srftonstall late

I Fall and Winter Styles&O 3tfSHOP. I In Marion Counly on Monday the 3d of May I I ITa.11ahnssec of said county deceased, and ask for a discharge from
FRO RID A PORTS 19, 1657- 38 : GUNS Irf"MIK next ; said adminblrati D.
i Sept.
In Sampler County, on Thursday the Gih' of : F1a. JOSHUA TAYLOR Adznt'r ..
OOXSECTEB WITH TBX NeT.7 1557. 45-oni
i Boys & Gents undersigned begs leave to inform the citizens May next ; I beg leave to inform the

STEAMER ISABEL FALL & WINTER CLOTHING. JL of this pl.-ce an J surrounding country, that he I In Hernando County, on Monday the 10th of TIlE that they have associated themselves in Notice.SIX
has ] number ono business under the and .
re KiVAJU AfD CHAaLCSTOX AT lET WETT. i, opened a May next ; name style of

.P.g. I CALL and see our Stock. It is large_and well ee G UNS1LITH SHOP, I, In Hillsboro' County, on Saturday the I5th Cardy, Eaya & Co, Mouths after date I shall as extcator of the
HODGKIS3, SCOTT & POOLE. j Charles T.J. Singelton. late of Jefferson -
TilE SOUTHERN and that ho i it now prepared to do all kin] of \ork I ofMayncxt ; for the nurpose of following the trade Founders acd deceased render final ae-
I Sept 19. 18Z7. SAdministrator's I II c'un!j, Florida my
t ------ -- : belonging to l.h lin'! of briiins in the best and most In Manatee County, on Tuesday the 10/A of I Mtchinfsltt.Iud are prepared to execute all kinds of counts, and apply to the Hon.Judge of Probate or'
Steamship Company / 1 Korkmanl.kc: All work uonc ni. his I work to this business. Steam
: manner shop appertaining Engines
from further administration
Sale. May next. D. S. WALKER, said county, for a discharge
j" u.arrlnl".f. famished to order and warranted to give satisfaction. -

OF JTEW. i; OELEAJCU Monday tho 15th( of March next, will be sold i f f Cull and'five Jtti/i a trial _3 3 I Regi&lcr 4c.$ I Sugar Mills Bud Castings of all kinds trade with of said estate.CHARLES T.J.SING ELTON,

HAVING taken tie mail contract for ahoep'rLs, ON befure uiy Auction Roou> aIut<>fSitcrSpoons! AUGUSTUS UliOWN. Jan. 16, 1S58. 3-1 St i iI neatness aud dispatch. Plans and estimates furnishedof Qualified Ext'r.
two first class Sea Steamers regularly Ac. It. LI. BERRY, Ane. 1 1 Shop nezt t door to .. & G. /ukcr's! IIrncss. all kinds of Machinery and Engineering.: Theyare Nov. 28. 1857. 486mNotice.
twice a month meeting in the Spanish Hole on the Ftb.13. li8.I 7tcsiA HOP. I From New York, ; also sole agents for Hoard
nth and 29tb, and leaving the same ereniug. __ __ t for Ginning Cotton, Grinding and Saving, and liarrisons '
-- -- h ----- 1857. 5I-6rn
I } Tallahassee, J"" 19, .
I I Grist Mills for steam or horse .
SPRA Y"will power.JOSEPH
THE STEAMER ----------- -- -- -- I
Rice Eice I ---
leave New Port in the morning, and St. Marks t GARDEN SEE It /\HUSHED Sugar, Oniui CARDY, ALL persons hiving demands against the estate et

terminus on the arrival cf tbe Cars from Tallahassee 13 A TIERCES TvICn l 20 half tiercea do. t V boat; KioCofiof, I WILLIAM BAYA, Ellis, deceased late or Jetienoa eonn-

taking mail, baggage and freight to and \/ for aale to arrive ftr Henry Nutt from ClIlr- GHOY.'TJI; OF 1S57.T .._J .l'd" Java : : JOHN CARDY. ty, will take notice that they moM preaeef to
passengers time
I 1 JI('2 AVCJ1T (VUMOXp & CO I v Way 30, '5Y. 22-ly the undersigned duly authenticated within the .
the and th IliVe i 2arcb
from for nflerBOOn !
Steamer returning season
? I Dec. 19,1657.; 61 I 17E would call tte attention' of our friends and r Bee Syrup, ; j prescribed bj law,or this notku will .be plead in,
train. v T the public gcnnaliy, tc cur piescnt Large and Dried Apple Soap, Winter bar of their recovery j and all penooe indebted tct
--- -- Supplies.
The travelling public can now rest assured that this I L I. well selected .AS llmc-t.t oft Rice Pepper, I said estate are hereby notified M* make JeaBeciate

long desired and frequently attempted communication I Plows.A White Peans, Ginger, STOCK is .now complete and open for i in payment to the undersigned. -

to and from the above ports ia in hush hands a I FINE LOT Tara sizes, I FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. Fulton Market Beef, Alspice, I OUR ( and comprlF; as nina, a good selection CHARLES TAYLOR, Adatfn
to warrant and Eweet Oil
permanency success.Patseogera Salft-atis, ,
I for sale! byi C Our Se<,h are procured from a Colt I Climate, and of Feb.20,1868. 8-qy_
slave servants ;
having mutt see toclearzng I Soda Sperm Candles
i SIcX AUGH'f, ORMOND i CO eSS consequently will flourish the better iu a warmer one, Groceries, Hardware. Hollow-war ,Tic-ware, Sad '
them at tbe Custom House before goiag no Pot Ash, Adamantine Candles,
board. I I J 23, lefi8. 4 bitch as ours. J ?" Call caily or snil your orders Maccaroni, Greea Peas dlery, Crockery Glass-ware. Cooking and Parlor Notice.
---- that you may secure the ubieties you K"uro.. Stoves, Dry Goo Iron and Steel Furniture the first of this no
WAllO look after Jour Baggage yourself..For Incc-. Asparagus, Months after publication
AMES i Boots iBffijbocs,and SIX
j --LiverPooISack Salt. I LIVELY. Hat and Caps will hia final aecocnt
furt n particulars. Apply: to Pickles assorted, Tomatoes ,the undersigned present
DANIEL LADD January 9, 18C3. 2 Yeast Powder C rrent I Yankee Notions of all torts. aDd Toucher aa administrator of the Estate
Agent. Jelly,
n Cargo
Brig Cairerdaily ex aolicitan
KfSACKS All which offer for sale and ;: I
f we respecting
New Port. Fla. July 11. 1867. 28 t\J\) pected. Will be sold low in large Iota Matches, Lob tera. I of Eliza. J.J rtisad med. late of Leon eounty'
I Partnership Notice. inspection of same, by our friends and the pnblitf W.B-IULLS, Admt'r.!
at bole.McNAUGIIT. -ALSO- : "adiaebarg.
on shipboard Spanish and AlE ; .
FLORIDA RAIL ROAD I ORMOND Feb. S, 1868. 6 ncr&hip, under the name and style of 18M.Notice.
-J.LSO- -
LocMnes.O M3ror Goran.an: An extensive assortment of assorted CANDY.For TNAINSURANCE .
I sale R. H. BERRY.Sept. months after date,I shall present final aa
and will continue the business in all its branches at by SIX my
A,'HALF BBLS. Lochfine Herrings. just landed the Old Stand Towle A Myers, where they intend 26,1867. 39 CONPANY and Touchers to the Bon.Judge of Probata
A\J aad for aale price, $10 half barrel keeping a full assortment of all articles appertaining -. for Jefferson county, u adminiatratriz of the Estat

'iLiNg LEAVE FERNANDItfATAXLTjg9QDda7 MeN AUGHT, ORMOND & 00. to their branch of business, and hope by constant attention Butler & Denham .OF HARTFORD. of Benjamin Windhim, late of lAid eeontf deeeased.
Dee. 19,1 Sit. fit to merit the patronage heretofore extended ** and uk for a diacbaree from said admhmfratioo. '
to the late firm. ARE now opening Incorporated ISIS. Perpetual. JANE WIKDHAH.,
.JL SamptM Pood,)ODtl.alDi1eIlrem Fort Ear- HEW BOOKS! SELIM W. MYERS. which comprise a complete aDd varied Feb. 6, 1858. 6-4 m
lit.coe tiojr tri-weekly:wiih 4 hone Mall Stares R. B. GORMAN. assortment in every department. In the Silk and CAED CAP1TAJU- ei.nratTBK .OOO. _- .

' tot&flI..taad Qii.ciiM1esuepy i.OesI, TampaAt Dal'.BaJd.. IiId JUST RECEIVED Afl/JIA_ Tallahassee, January, [16] 1868. 8-tf u beautiful Drew department and elegant will be found acme of the meat AOAINST Loeajusro- DIKIGX vr ms, lroti e. -

*.tb.JaoiTm.a.d Aflr'&md)' HEW :BOOKS & JCOVELSD0IUE -.; SideatrlpedSiOr. Robes OVTEK1U- THI 1TA1fl. SIX weeks from date tb.nod.raigsedwill apply

:-.1 _:A StroUtr IrTEurope"; The Original Extra.Quality Flounced M M dark ground, AID OOH8I8TKTT WTTR THZ XJHTBB. the Judge ef Probate of Lew ouetyLi Jet-

: -'W_ _'. .EL. GRINGO -TnrraU h Mezleo'f; CORN. STARCH. "do u bright -: ,0"1- COXP8ATION. ten of admioiatntloa. vpoa the eUUH..B. JZP7COLX Brj leifler.dteeaeed. ,
DR.EAN7S Awtie Solid Color Moire Aatiqw,
Expedition C. '
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; r.wt.. 'TnEDATSo/my life-A oorel by the Mange, Custards, Pies Porrures. Flounced Beragee,wine wlored 16 1887, SJ -- ,

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-t. s-'. .-M at.........;(,ft f.tm w* ISABEL- .A.Dovtlt 41 Together with .fine UIOItmeD1el..snn. :'. : "
: .WIFE. Black Bilk Vet 'vidth Plaid Health Bitten. As8UPEaiORQUJjJtJ
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