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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 20, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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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: Professional!! l (arbs. profrS5wn l onlr gagiurss--Carts.WM l M1LESFOR HOME. began to changci Theebeerful'}! IpterestedettrfbPbe ----A Theatrical 1ntiiltSOthe : An Orertaefoiii fete* If''*!C

= I' '1 put Oll.i.ft* those he met in bus-! the of well -.i'
years ago manager a The Hon. Geotp J ...
I ?Jt
T. 8. AlIfltrR intercourse
MILESNASH E ANDERSON ness b'e'gdtl rapidly to change, regulated theatre somewhere along the Erie
& CO delivered '
; ; and a sober hue to succeed. Like most busi Canal of ,Massachusetts, *,; ..
engaged a good.look.ng and brisk '
:
PEALKKS- IIT .A't"torn.ey La.vdI j jA Take that home with you, my dear, said ness men, his desire for profitable results was It address some,time else*, in till eo..
lady as a happened
1 Mrs. Lewis, her manner half smiling, half I in young supernumerary.
advance
KbSOLICI'l even far of the slow evolutions of '
nft
wLich he
that the young lady in question,had formerly relatedihefollowioganiuirt>:<
DRUGS PAINTS seii. ".
I :
V& IN EQUITY trade; and his daily history of disappointments "
I officiated in some capacity as a 'band'on thrilling effect:
Take what home, Caddy P and Mr. Lewis In ... '
some
I measure dependent his
H OILS MAR1AXXA, FLA. upon board a canal boat, a fact which she was .
MEDICINES, turned towards hi! wife, curiously.. restless an Clpatlon He was not as willing : Mr.'Briggs said toUcoestloaduction fthI.c.. "
: 0l. Now Mrs. Lew. had spoken fron the moment's to work and extremely anxious to conceal. She evinced intoxicating dr1sks.ie& -.,
; to wait he
inform their nendi and the as should be and '
public >RACTICES in the Courts ; much tbe details of her '
of Jackson anxiety to master
,
WOULD ,
WasbingJ
Te on band a good assortment ofj uc I i and Franklin-in the Supreme Court at Ma- impulse, and already partly regrettedher like many others of his class, neglected the newly chosen and exhibited what of apractical. form lak priorithriving J ,s
rticlei% a* are generally kept in their line of butines '! nanna,and in the United States District Court at remark. I prarls that lay here and there along his life- profession, soon borough m PeBesytaait, '
and will be receiving ularlT fresh The'u '. Take more than an, ordinary degree of comic talent. bad : ;
supplies. what
re Apalacbicola. home ? repeated ber hus path, because they were inferior in value to assembled u was 4b'Jiil- '.
shall be reasonable.Tallahaseee I She was duly promoted, and in time becamea
terms "
9th REFERENCES: band.II I don't understand you. those he hoped to find Just B little in custom; to decide what nwnWiCi '
186S14 way
April j Hon.J. Way* Baker,Tallahassee, "That smiling face you turned upon Mr. advance. The consequence was that when gvperal favorite with both manager and censes the town should! petitibsfcoanty .. "

: Dr. Miles.H. Nash? I II' Hon.H.L.J.Rutgers J. Agent S.W R. Bank, Edwards, when you answered Tiis question the day's business excitement was over, his public: court, from whence Hey '
Finley. Marinnna One she announced to
night was
crracs BIS raoFEsaioKAL exavicKs TO tat crnsxxs or J Isaac Widgeon,AgX B. eoium1U8, MiLt Aobs just now. mind fell into a brooding state, and lingered appearin There was m foil aOea&aeft' 1t'3fJ
I' TALLAflSS L'iD 1t.-n nt11fDIJfGOOt"XT T. Dee. 12, 1857. 0-6m : Mr Lewis slightly averted his head, and .'Vor 4ts dteapDoiatewnts. pr looked forward .a favorite part; a couple boatmen found .WWii. :Be. :. ..i ;
. with Dr. M. Nalhimmediahly eastof the I walked bn }tn sllenbe. They had called in at I I with faJing hope fo the future-lor uopt, III Fi1 cIik I k tJi8nN J T'in" Jkot ; 'cr M'-

OFFICE EDWIN A. hART1.A.ttct"iacy the store. or Mr. Edwards to purchase a few many thirigs, had been long deferr d. And commedienne. The h. use was very much one of h's! deacons, aD ..the jhyttriiti' .

t Ii May- 18 1855. !O_ a"t La-w-; articles, and were now on their way HoKle. sd he rarely had stnllej! fur hts home. tfo.tvdedj &nd after tbe znbsidance of the general After the HieVtlng! had beencalesltot "

I MEDICAL NOTICEi Tallahassee Florida. There was no smile on the face of Mr. Lewis.. Take that !home with yon. dear," whispered applause which greeted her appearance.one one of the most fespeEtatte.-1'11'* '* ,t I,. .

0- prance in the Circuit, Courts now, but a very grave expression instead- Mrs. Lewis, as they moved along the of the boatmen slapped his companion borough rose, and after a'shot p. .jo .
of
the Mid-
Drs. Robertson & Bond WILL District and tbe Sopreme Court bf this grave almost to sternness. Tbe words of paeiage; and before they had joined the fam on the shoulder, and with an emphatic expietivb ed that the meeting pehloa* lot ieF.. '

finned a co partnership in the practic State, and tbe District Court of tbe United States,at his wife had taken him altogether.by surprise ily. She had ari itistlbbtiVe cdiisciobsriesS exclaimed, loud eaotlgh to be heard number of licenses. They' J ;

HAV'INO profession,offer their services to the citizens i. Tallahassee r r Offie* bvei- the Store of Messrs. ; and, though spoken lightly,had jarred that her husband *as in danger of relapsing over the house: good men, and let them..sell.. 1\a.' .

of Tal'ahajsee' and surrounding country. G.4 J.. XO MeHoute.Jan. 1851 uponbise r!. into his usual state' Bill, I know that gal !t" Uon seemed to meet with almost ;,1.. .l_, ".. r-
Qf: Office over the Store lately occupied by Bet 4 The truth was, Mr. Lewis; Jik it ltrt-jt Th warning was just in time. II Pshaw!" said Bill. dry up." favor. It wu an excellent trij txL|/. _

ton <.t.Htggs.F b. 28, "87. 9UBARNARD A. j. Putni many other men who have their business Thank yon for the wtfrds!" said he; I ," Bat I'll be d-d if I don't know BilL- quietly, and one and then -othti.k ;'

.' cares and troubles, was in the habit of bring will not forget them." Its: Sal t Fldrtkins, ; $s sure as you're born,- turn expressed their hope that saebaSottze"would

E. Jr. LAW COLLECTION, OFFICE ing borne a sober, and too often, a clouded And he did not; but at once rallied himself She's old Flunkins daughter that used to run be adopted.'I' .

f ilk TALLAHASSfc LbEsbA.OrritK fake. It wad Ih vain his wife ittid Children and to the glad surprise of Jenny, Will the Injured Polly, and she used to sail with The President was about to pat 4* ,< e 2r

WILL CONTINUE fobs t* STAIRS IN THE 6AXK BCTIDDJO AND OFpdshi: looked into his face for sunshine, or listened and Mry; met (htitn .with a new face covered him." . lion to the meeting, when an object row-fti al
DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS TOI Or THE: HbkiblAK JOPKNAL orrricE. his words for with fatherly smiles! and with pleasant tI fool and if
to tones cheerfulness. Torn, siitd Bill, yoti're distant part of the building, and all eye vare.
rr it THE OLD 8TAHD, 8IQK .41 WILL Practise, Wakulla i i in the Jefferson Circuit? and Courts Madison of Gadsden, and, Take that home with you, my d< ar.". question's; in pleasant tb'hes, of their day's you don't styp1: y ii're infernal clack; yonll instantly turned in that direction. It Jrasaa(

attend protaptly to the bollectibn 6f notes and account Mrs. Lewis was already repenting this suggestion empibyttifinfc The feelings of children move get put out Sal F]an kins You kntf* a old woman, poorly clad,and whose careworn

OF THfi 1 MORTAR, in any of said Counties made on the Moment's impulse. Her in quick transitions. They had not expecteda sight if you think thaf her r'} countenance was the painful ladsxpf no tight

Jo Feb. 27, 1858. 9fCoPartnershp| husband was sensitive, a fault. He could greeting like this; but the response was in Tom was silenced; but not! convinced.He suffering. And yet there wa*' saimiAliiy-vt

-- nbt bear even an implied censure from his stant. Little' Jenny cllffibed I intd her father's watched the actress In all Her fBotions the flash of the bright eye that" .14r;

Corner of Clinton and Monroe sttfcets,Tallahassee. Notice.npHEucdefeJ wife. And so she had learned to be very arms. Will cattie and stood 1ij his chair, with interest, and ere long, broke out again : once ben *IiIt itie ita.a n.,' ShelldcL.I."el

-J&nua1,1S.___'_ __Bj___ I' !;hedliaTetiiisdaj entered into a eo guarded in this particular. answering in lively tdrie's his Questions, while ".I tell ye. Bill, that's her-I hum Hi.- the president; and said,.with, "
I' MEDICAL NOTICE.r I JL partnership in tbeWHOLESALE Take that home with you, my dear. Ah Mary, older by a few years than the rest, Yon can't fool me-I know her too well." she wished to say fc few word to 1 the...__

r &, RETAIL me I wish the words had not been said.- leaned against her father's shoulder, and laid Bill, who was a good deal interested in the She bad come, bec'atfse she had'belM tM&

,t &rrELCR .. .... .J. -C. ATr./. :D.BUSIN"ESS, There will be darker clouds now, and gracious her white hand softly upon his head, smooth. play, was out of all patience at this interruption they were'to decide iw itceota' >' ,.
I
: I under the name attd style ofAMESLIVEL knows they were dark eii ugh before! ing back the dark hair, just showing a little on the part of Tom. He gave him a tremendous You," said she, ,. 4I1atbo..Li.: .-
Drs. Peeler & Bates, Why can't Mr. Lewis leave his cares and frdst tj; from his broad, manly temples: nudge in the ribs with his elbow X ou once knew me the .._..
V.
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HAVING icine associated and themselves in the practice offer bnsin ss behind him, and let me see the old, A pleasant grorip tvas this! for the eyes of as an emphatic hi'it for him to 'keep quiet. Best estates in borough.."I 'vneo', bfcd.(

their services to the Public Surgery in the respectfully treatmfent of all Y will be pleased- to See their friends pleasant, smiling face again. I thought this Mrs. Lewis, as she came forth from her chamber Tom, without minding the admonition, husband lila five sOJd j and oh-

acute as well as chronic diseases of all characters patrons at the old stand of D.H Ames, morning that he had forgotten how to smile ; to the sitting room, where she had gone said, You just wait-I'll fix her; keep your bad a kinder ht !banor=in 0thfe "Ii'

Office, Waatecnab,Jefferson co, Fla. ITH they will keep a full and general but I see that ne dan smile if he trie!. Ah! to layoff her bonnet and shawl, and change eyes on trie:" better or more"aflt! 'sons, :&t i.'

Jan. 9, 1658 2-tf tJtof Articlcsappertainingto their why don't he try at home ?" her dress. Well did her husband understandthe Sure f'nbdgbj he did fix her. Watching are they now! Doctor; Faik Aef ..t.i

---- D.M. H.LIVELY.AMES, So Mr*. Lewis talked to heftgjf, "s she meaning look she gave him; and warmly his opportunity when the actress was deeply now f In yonder burying ground. sr.

JOHN ELLOYD January 1, 1655. 1DENTISTRY moved along by the side of her .tJand did her heart respond to the smile he threw absorbed iii bar part, he sang out in a voice six graves filled by that husband .r .Ii,

A."U.o't1.oncer who had not spoken a word since her replyto back bpoti hfer. which rang through1 the galleries i five soni and oh! they are: all drvw.'i1'1 ri '

ANDTALLAHASSEE I his query, "Take that home I" Block Wordrfltly sjtaken are like apples of goldin LOW Bridge !P' graves. Doctor, bow came they.t W&W&--

COMMISSION MIItCllAW3 after block was passed, and street after street pictures of silver said Mr. Lewis speak From force of habit the actress instantly i I ards You would come and driak.Hsua';*

II crossed, and still there was silence between ing to her as she came in. and involuntarily ducked her head to avoid \ and yoa told them that temperate,.JrinHy

> FLORIDA. them. 'What do you mean by that ?" asked the anticipated Collision:: Dtiwri carde the :: would do them good* And yott toll; m*; iK.Oressiftg
: July t. I85f1. H"-1y" I Of course/' paid Mrs. Lewi; speaking Mary; looked"curiodsly IHfd! fife'f fathbr's face. house with a pe'fiec't thunder of applause at i tHe! cfergymiin;' *fl a. eome.t;.tI.

; in her own thoughts, "of course heis offend Mother: understand," said :Mr. Lewis, this palpable hit,' high above which Tom's I. drink! with my husband f and my'MBS.agt" "

E. BERRY, ed. He wont hear a word from me. I might smiling tenderly upon his wife. voice could be beard, as he returned Bill's ; _they might. rink with safety,: 'beeawa" &eyI

;|i Auctioneer and Commission have known, forehand, that talking out in Something pleasant must have happened' punch in the ribs with interest: saw you drink. Deacon,joq sold l aatvatf

MERCHANT.TZLtiuLzit.FlLStpt22I85. I thia way would only make things worB ._ aid; Mftfy. Didn't I tell ye, old boy, I knowed it washer :I which made tbenidrrlnkarda:. Tb3wv SMnr
Oh dear! I'm getting out of all heart!f' Something pleasant Why do '
89 i you say You couldn't fool me. got my farm ana all fvSpefty. dqto'I
'l"I1E undersigned givbS toiice that he intends vis- What then, Caddy ?PMrs. that?I" asked Mr. Lewis. I :I got it all by rdm. And my now/* she said, "1
S. 3. KNIGHT ;;i JL iting Quincy professionally several times during Lewis almost started at the sound of Yon and mother look so happy," replied i IMMIGRATION frcEixo 1857.-The anodal nave done my errand. I back to tbe
go
i I the present year, wbere he will be'pleased to wait on her husband's voice, breaking, unexpectedly, I the child. .i report from the State Department at Wash'- : house, for that is home.' Yooy 5i _
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT all thoep who may be in want of bis services. upon her ear, in a softened tone. And ire have cause to be happy," answered ington, showing the number and descriptionof my revsir I
doctor and deacon I'
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. Teeth inserted on the Cbeoplastie Pi ocess,a process 'bat then !" he repeated, turning towards the father, as lie threw his arm t'ghtly' passengers arriving at the different ports you; you, ,
.I ;, entirely DeW. which purpnsscs anything yet!I!ecoT- never meet again, until. meet you at,&e1_ .
September 1,1865, 05Attorney I ered for full) Setts. Hundreds of the bet ceitlficates!; her, and looking down into her shyly around her, in having three such good chil of the tJnlted States on ship-board during of God, where you too will meet 1'IIiDeIf.
| can IHJ shown in its favor. Will be in Quinsy on upturned face. dren." the year 1857, was laid bsftfre Congress on my .
COnLEY
Ao and lost husband and those five
: IILGil :I Monday, February" tbe let and will remain till the It would send warmth and radiance Mary lid her.cheek to his and whispered : the 16th nit. We learn from this rep 'ii that 1OD't..1rI.o;

at law, 10th.Jan. 16,1858. S-tf P. P. LEWIS. throngh the. whole house,".said Mrs. Lewis, "If you are smiling and happy dear. father, the whole number of arrivals last year was drunkard through *your' gr means-" and The influence 6d wb';ffi w. 'tM'id

!j --- her tones nil a-tremble with feeling. home will be like h-aYei1.'f 271,558; of which 162,538 were males dlO9O2O ir
TALLAUASSE* FLA. down: Perfect silence pferailed; ilit!
; MEDICAL. l\O 'iCE.0 You think so P Mr. Lewis kissed her, but did not reply." females: Four hundred and twenly-

-January 17, 1857. S-ly I "I know so! Only try it, dear, for this He felt a rebuke in her words, hut the rebuke four emigrants died on the passage. Of the question ken by the to President the who t.1.Pii,
meeting- .
RKHAED BRADFORD i Dr. A. C. F. BLAKE evening." did not throw a chill over his feelings; it only total arrivals there were from England 27- the court to issn'e Iiceifseit to this borough'
It isn't to strength fo his 800 Ireland,57,361; Scotland,11 8% Wiles,
il so easy a thing put on a smiling gave a new purposes. ;
ONTINUES to offer his Professional Scn.ict's to the ensuing and then nnbreken
ATTORNEY AT LAW, I. S tbe citizens of Ccntrevillc and adjoining neigh I face, Caddy, when thought is oppressed with Don't distribute all your srfiues. Keep a 769; France,2337; Prussia, 7983; Germany, "No T'-which year made the very one walls reiebo
of the warmest and brightest for home," 82,798 ChJdi, 5944. Great Britain and
TALLAHASSEE FLA. i borhood. Residence changed to Centr rille Office care. few ;
I with the sound told the result of the oIdW
:
(Office in the Post Office Building.} ,I at his residence. "It didn't seem to require much effort just said Mrs. Lewis, as she parted with her fan's- Ireland, exclusive of above, 25724. The total man's .
appeal
May3! 67. 21 Dec.J6,185L C2-tf I now," said Mrs. Lewis, glancing' up at her band OQ the next morning. of foreigners was 251,306. The number -

Hamlen husband with something of archness in her ..He kissed bet, bttt he did; riot p'i mise.- of our own.citizens who returnen from abroadwas Mailas t. Ciiito Ton Hw
WILLIAM SCOTT Nathaniel
i look. The smiles were kept, however, and eveningsaw 20,676. t .,

ATTOirlMiEY AT LAW1MONTICELLO COMMISSION MERCHANT, i Again a shadow dropped down dn the Lace them, though not for the outside world. The number of passengers intending to re- Never Keep good be late., company- .t Oooft- ?.' ''. .
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FLAJrilf No. 38 Poj-dras St., New Orleans.I of Mr. Lewis, which was again tamed away Other and many evenings saw the same maid as residents of the United States was the truth.l',, 7- .

SO,un. so tljanBeni -and again they walked on in silence. cheerful smiles, and the same happy home.- 243,562. Make Always few speak 'r

I Refers to Gov.James E. +Broome TalUhassee, He is BO sensitive!" Mrs. Lewis said to And was not Mr. Lewis a better and happier The number of arrivals is 41,506 more promnsesLive eaeieiLHave ;

F. Young, George K. Walker, Esq., herself, the shadow on her husband's face man I Of course he was. And so would all than in 1855, and 47,486 more than in 1856. up to your ",
? OeD Wm. Bailey, Jefferson county, darkening over her own. "I have to be as men be, if they would take home with them The principle increase in the number of emigrants no very lntrn4te'Meedg.Keep .,
123333332' 1 lli 2Aw; iJ, T. J. Ltnkn, Esq., It. *a. I careful 01"my words as speaking to a spoiled the smiling aspect they so often ethibit as"they is from Great Britain, Pra sia and your secfefa if ycihAe any. *, ,
ANDSOIACIT0II J. G Putnam, Esq., Madlso When speak to'a pe ,look hfi1
yoa
their fellow in business The number from Ireland is
IK jumr.i Daniel BeI, Esq., Hamilton u child. meet men or Germany. only the fte .
Augustus Steele Es1 l:, Levy No, it did not reqr-'re! much effort on the exchange words la passing compliments.Take .- twelve more than last year. ; .
WILL practice in tile Courts of the Eastern. Cir J. J. Snelling, Esq:. Gadsdcn part ofIr.. Lewis, to smile, as he passel! a your smiles and cheerful words home If your handi caunot.oe @1Jeii1ploieflattend'tbe

of Florida, and the Federal Conrts.orncc ii. : :E. Remington, Esq.,Tbomasvillc, Geo. few words lightly with Mr. Edwards. The with you, husbands, fathers, and brothers.- Dr. Holmes, the Boston anatomist, gives cUh T yooV_mind. ,. .
AT GAiKsriiLi, ALACOUA cot ) Oct. 24 1857. 43 Good tnd COO
( conversationa
remark of his wife had not really displeasedhim Your hearths arb cold and dark without us a new theory for the manufacture of men company ( ate
REVERENCES: -- sinews .
------- -- the of virta .
; it had only set him to thinking. After them. I of a larger growth. very ;
J. J. K CLARK Good character is above all ths eke. ,
CiTT. LCOAS ) I Ohio Vermont gi
remaining gravely silent- because he In Kentucky arid Western
Ckarlctton S. C. was undergoing '
COL. J. D. Aids, > Kstetf fic'd'
Never to'boia Infidel i,I-
W.tUEIL-1t has been asserted
WATCH a brief self-examination Mr. Lewis Ex-Gov. to size because of
FaA.ni 4 Ttitfrfftow, J .. MAKER men grow a larger
Da. JAMES S. Joxca Tallahauee, !a.June'b7. i said- that Ex.Governor Walker of Kansas, has the limestone formation under tbe soiL Partsof faon. -.q :. >
I. You had better in btooa .
28 "You thought the smile given to Mr. Ed. over to the Lecomptonites. This, however families have emigrated to those regions, be.poisoned lorir' .
gone
..d.X1d. Je eJ.er, wards ?" and the fe5uU In the ? than |In your priael I .
PERRY AMAXER came easily enough rjext generation has
A. is untrue, as he sent a letter to the late.
TQUrCbrCiW camibl
WOULD' respectfully inform the ciJrens of Tal It did not sbetn to require an effort,".replied been a larger bone development In those ttho DO essentially: 'frfijured
ATTElSlf ATTALLAHASSEE Utr t and the public generally,that he has Mrs. Lewis. anti.Lecompton meeting at Indianapolis, of left Massachusetts than in those who remained. eicepibyycJurowqacU.
taken the old stand of J. C. Hall & Co, where he is : eta IeLjoarIIfbe '
,FLA. to No, not much effort was required," said which the Cincinnati Commercial says:- Kentucky, Ohio and Iowa will grow If any one spfal of jou, .

Hay tl. 1888.__ 20 prepared Watches repaif, Clock. and Jewelry, Mr.Lewis. His tones were slightly depressed. "It is long strong and bitter, and disposes great men. ,The finest figures in the world so virtuous thai itS a'ct one wltt"" oeHere .him.. t.- '

EBW laD M WEST. in workman-like manner,and at (fife jCb i rfeaona- But this roust be taken into the account ; of the rumors that he had become reconciledto win be found Id the Valley tit the Mississippi, ofodr Always _peakand' as1 ia tbe4'" .p.fMi. ,.

Attertej aid Counsellor at Law ble a rates. Persons baring good Watches that fail to my mind was in a certain State of excitement the President, and was faltering from the in a few generations.. In-door labor, so unnatural *Drink inta .
kind t&
rod-*efl from baring been niDy repaired, can rely or actiity that represented sober feelings defiant position that be was understood to for men, will weaken the vital pow no eafiDlJtqaor: .
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Cpbn haTing them put right at his shop. and made smiling an easy thing. So we occupy some weeks since. He says of the ers and stop the growth, m large cites ; but jV0f.llTOt tlHtlCrfsjtiilftBy0 ,faflj..joiW I-
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_April*.IKfc U fXT: All work warranted if well used.. smile and are gay in company at a cost ot pledges to see fair play, and have the Le- the great and glorious West, with its large Income. w..1 aj_ '. .

FLOYD & HOLLAND Jan.16I8U.COPARTN1UUIP. -iy little effort, becautt all are smiling and gay, oti1ptdr Constitution as a whole to the prairies, will compensate foE the growing Never '- figTjflyotre| % n> .. :'

Attorneys at Law. NOTICE and we feel the common sphere of excitement whole people of Kansas that the President feebleness of the Eastern States'. I Make no Baste to Be rich ZTyoa, ,6i4prosper. j>

How different it often is when we sad all his Cabinet well knew of them at the \__- ., .-. .
-1flt/Lpt4etwe.in-th and llorida,and Circuit in tbe Court Supreme of ICddUTT OtfttrtftbcStata. HILL & : are alone, I need not say. You, Caddy, are time they were made, and that any abandon Nor TO BK OuTDOinc.-An Englishmanand Small and .AI i .. 'Y -.

., AUo in the Distri<4 Court of th. Unid o jailty of the Jotter face at hoffle as well as ment of them dti his pttrf, after the people a Yankee were recently disputing, when with tranouilUy of miod. %
District of Florida. M. HILL and JOHN J. HOtLK of Talk- Mr. Lewis them and acted them Avoid temptatfon,. oj Vlear.joarnotwithftandit .1 _
States. ,io|be Northern JOHN your hdetbnd. spoke with a bad accepted upon the former sneeringly remarked : F rta. '
this associated themselves to
B.J.FLOYD;OtBce Apalscbieola! ,71*.. gather in business;baring under day the style, name and firm of tender reproof in his voice. would cover him with infamy and dishonor, na' ly the Americans could go no furtheran /', .
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1y.P.HOLLAZiII. Office Qniaey. 71* But tbe sober (see is canglft fOia yours and that they shall be redeemed by him if the Pacific shore." you" 6m ybiiltifc .
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D.C.t2, un. oftener than you imagine, my husband," replied necessary to the latest hour of his existence, The Yankee scratched his prolific brain It: .' -- .

WILLIAM S. DILWORTH, and will gin prompt attention to all orders in their I Mrs, Lewis. even to' the shedding of (he1 last drop of his 1 fot ad instant, and triumphantly replied: Do Dot mxaf' mita.you ai. .sV t-.* .fo'portawife &UOz

Attorney and CJonasellor Law line. They are prepared to execute and carry on theI "Are yoa certain of.that, Caddy I" blood. He says f 'Whatever.may be the action I I a Why, good gracious I they're already le* t. t..*.: .II ; vi',

CARPENTERING BUSINESS, Very certain. You make the sunshine of the wavering, the fimid or corrupt, oiling the Rocky Mountains and carting the aitr.1nild'w. '. :1

MONTICELLO, TLOEIDA.WILL in all its Tariotw'branches; and froth lien lonjj ex- and the shadow. of,your httoe. Smile upon menaces and proscription have no terror for I dirt out West. I bad a letter last Week from lfttll.. .'ifiW.OU* .jipalp .'g
Towards
practice ci ; give ns cheerful words; enter into oar me.. my cousin, who Iff/fig 200 miles West of ,
and other machinery, hope by prompt attention to .of gtttfejr t jii:
and ThII1. and Lowndea County,Gab ._
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business to merit a liberal share of patronage. All feelings and interests, and there will be no saysf the Pacific shore tfn made land/ The E6g. -1 a .'-
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.un. U-If orders.from.the country pronoptij executed. Call brighter home in all the land. A shadow on We have fallen upon evil times. The liberties Ushman gave ilL' >. ; I. ,. ,. : :
Counties in Middle Florida and in Let the .,' ".." J..iet. .- .. '...'.,.. 11 a -
LONG A; CALBBAITH,' ,from either of the roar countenance h a.veil fbr my heart ; and of the country are danger. ,- UJ"It" .. '

A TTO& ET' AT I ."LAW- TALLAHASSEE- ,.FLA.MA.LOi3f from Decatur and Thomas Counties, Ga, shall receive II' ;the same' is true as it respects otrr children. people in every town county and State; rise QT How did you,like tint clam) aoag I*: 'me." ..-"J,.1. '_ -It
attention. .
Our strike too nearly in union .not to in their majesty to the rescue/ asked old bet 11'1Ia. '.:;.. .
(> A J.lB..G ALBEAITH bate aatociThly ... pokes '. -. an lady.or. diughter.- taty 'UW Be 'MI. .'
t.ti.jnctieeof.". a1t.ELLnt be dsturbedhen yours. bi lost its even Black stepped with the crowd t to''opeaa1r, ..ijjii&Jirr '. :' -
'irUl tttenj UM Q.ort*Jfl{be Sfid41e'.<}ireoittB*Soenw OFF heaL '-. A CloEd. after a popular concert jr -, I ,
Courts *o4 the Putriet Conrts ef the United _. n& Again Mr. Lewis walked" tfn in silence, his A bfack cloud makes the traveler metid his ClaD song!I" elcfaimed'tjoatjwing lady ;;:;. c. M-. I. ,

States at T-n--.. A face partly averftd; and again hit wife organ. pace and mind his home; whereas1 B fair day '10, astonishment," why; *hat. 'do you referto tf oJ ,1'.F.adidb.1 .wS2Will, ;
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.Office C.1do ber :8 ttbs 1U4.Cart 1TE ,NEW YORE COST. to fea riLe bad: spoken too freely. Buthesottndfledt and a'pleasant'-way. waste his time, no* that mother !H_ fc..a.;J:* ; :" \u t the .; ..: .-. I" a

) this iarprefefoo for be said stealeth awav.his affectfons. tile prospectof 11 Why .the first one he-ftrngOb /* to' _'Ji ie .. ..

*t4IUIOT'PZSAN ro.1.il8\ "I an glad; Caddy/ tkt ?6K tavt.toatbns the ecltdfftv. ..Bowe+ ".others'may thfnk. '.- /jet fijtan:SHeU. -cf fee Ot an, doat 'l;, '. .,! _. ) ,11 .::.: _
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"ADr' 'been for the: onisida: feat my .was it; l ltjtioetbIng, aboat.clamv ; .
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BGUrD.t., iit\n'7. .tdJOV8AU.k1il sri OY. Newport:' J an.t-858.- 2-tf him of usaal. state. Tfofao of 1111 r..1IDJ' .. el !riches and' honor. Nor fromtia" truifc I

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-: ? -' ---c 'c, -- pte. The Peninsular tin tle article n5eei..we1hin U.probableVthit'lhere! Will VAalto.N, M31c111b5&Mr'tep1iei D feat 'S. : --
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be his elecHon
no opposition ,.but it.oc : AL _
consideration alludes to the :ii Prospeds. '
opposmooJnamesled -
curs to us t2it! the manner of calling this Convcntion siccossfuIly,to {
/ in. Middle Florida, to the'propoeei 1 unusual, nd-vnot strlctl/tlemocrat. lte"'of the infewa of'Uw tiis)6ritvof$ tbi Kanreort- : -, Rccd'a SUO5 !Y CvAfl1rtqr

t---- .- .*-- -- Hrrreasarandvsays iLls prompted by sinister I 1 ic. It-looks like blocking the gan e-an ef- :lug Inyestigatirt'g :r, March 9. CA,

LLAfl$3EflAUEr'OOTTOM4c motives. Thatihe:! argument used here are fort to forestall Democratic opinion iff favor commences by saying.that: the subject matter At three o'clock the Senate went into executive '
1L-Th. j of the present incumbent We shall see what to which attentton should be directed session and toot up the case of Mr. : Coti Advanced is*. S
but based in'teresfed -
4LTh.ora, Ameen1 urn bj Lo.4y'a ifl, proper enough, its they are upon j the Democracy elsewhere say about it.-Sentincl. was- Cook the Chicago Postmaster. The docn- 1'oiTr..s.cD, Me., March 10.- The Hfontrta!
h.g ir_ and sa s&TaDCeCC 34. cSdt motives are entitled to no credit.-- j Mr. and received
called for Douglas
1st The law for taking the census of the meats by Ocean Steamship Company's Steamer
wI.t .range from 9X to 11> cent* That we are a people influenced entirely by These arc oar neighbor's comments on the *. from the department, dI!3 not substantiate one t. North
ffm ..Isu o.froa IS to SO ccnti. America, Cant. 'S in. Grange has
: HEn k COLES, Cb Uo*BroUrt. mercenary and selfish considerations, as, in suggestions made by us last week in favor of 2d. The law for calling the convention. of the charges preferred by Douglas. He I Liverpool dntes to arrivedwith
the event of the division of the Stale the holding a State Convention to nominate acandidate .4r:3rd.: The registry of the voter, and the had staked reputation to the Senate hat Wednesday; March kCommercial.
Under it. he could the charges he had made ; bat :
appointment prove
; ,;!; c LJ1Y Cec1tiy. Caritol would then be located at a more centraL for Congress. They were written .
,4 j 4th. The assembling of the convention and Ie failed i ia; every point After consuming
We have been"requested to s'ato' that nnnytiftiu & point, and, with its removal, the people j under a misapprehension of the character of itajournal. about two hours in trying to make out case,5 S 4 Ljvsacot/3Isreo Tbe/taks of Cotton -

hdi'ea'of bar city, tvith such aid as of that section will lose the political influence the article in the Floridian. That article 5th. Tho Constitution, so made. : .1 vot3 was taken and Mr. Cook was confirmed fof three days rcacb.: SljfXJdJ alts,
r maybe rende>ed-by the citizens generally with which they have governed the State from was not a call for a Convention, as the word Gib. The official vote on the latification of by a vote of twenty-five to eighteen. Never f! which speculators took 2,500 and exporters

Bate deternuned to effect the removal of the its formation." j is generally understood in party movements. the subject submitted. was a Senator so worsted. ,; 1,003 bales.! The market advanced Jd.
j 7th. Ths committee Clcd, not deeming it Despatches were to-day received at the Navy oni
rt -lK fhas accumulated within the pro.dertiecty Wherefore this aspersion cf the character j The Floridian has call" j i qualities and clos.edflrru
no authority to a )I material, tae act of December last, proviJirj I Department from Commodore Armstrong, clihooga doll, in
; Cemetery. All! those who of the people of this section-and from a Convention. But it did precisely what has ; for a vote, for or against t'ic slavery cLtuac commanding the East India squadron, dated 1 consequence of want of stock.

feel interested, and are disposed to con Lribitc quarter too that has ever had their warmest i been done on other similar! occasions:-it !j en tho -1th 3f January. Dec. CapL Jmni3! who was scot some .. Liverpool General* ZUtsrlei.Flour

to the support of so laudable a purpose, are I sympathies. If the Peninsular has deliberately suggested the propriety of holding such anweeting. 6th. Tiit ofiicial annout-.cerjent of that time since to thu Island of Formosa to inquire dull and quotations'nominal.j : very

requested to send assistance to the cemetery (and w e hope it has not) made the ; and called": ort the Democratic j j j vote, and .: into tie fate of the crew of the ship Highjlycrnr.d j quiet but firm.'Sagar firm. Rice
of other vessels
| 9th. The written stat 'nent of Gen. Cn-! supposed to be wrecked
on Monday morning next, when and where charge of selfishness! and corruption BS the : press throughout the State for their views on bonn in reluion: to the regiitry of votes, etc., on that island had reached Shanghaeand reported heavy and quiet Rosin firm at 4fJdt Tuzi

the ladies will give tho matter their personal basis of action for a large body of unoffending the subject. Was this, "unusuali" Bat we t twill (but which sheds no light on the subject.) : thU no information could b; obtained L petitine firm at 43*.

superintendence. It is hoped that the cal citizens of his State, we hope it will explain : not criticise: our neighbor's comments. j The repirt says that those facts how great of white persons being held in captivity by: J Manchester Trade.-Business in: the mit'

will be responded to generally. to them the modus operandi of arriving ( We will only express the gratification we feel j I regularity and strict conformity to law, and either tlic Chinese or native inhabitants cf thaisland. ufactnring districts was favorable, and LoU-
that Stte heretofore .
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for
at so and disparaging a conclusion.! 1 at the they hold out of fending the no apjilviiig ers ivero !
grave denaadlng In
prospect advance
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The Circuit for Leon County commenced I sion has sown a cleaner record. : The English .iml French fleets had moved pi ices.
p its regular spring tension on Monday lot, Whatever may have been the motive of the !! present incumbent back to Congress endorsed {i No ol-jection to the ndmi'sion of Kansas up tlie river ofif! Canton, and had established! I; London Money Marlet.-Xo change K.-

ker We observe author, in penning tie above distasteful by the unanimous voice of the people of the tI j arises on the usual irqairies-first, as to the their headquarters on the Island of H.-.nan, i ported i be.conditioB of the money market:

Judge presiding. among paragraph, \ve feel well persuaded! tint his State. The Sentinel says-" Wo have no i application Secondly, ?'s to the regularity opposite. The French fleet havinnr left Macao j Consols 90f a S5|.
the members of the bar, S. B. Stephens, Esq., of the anil whether and fears cntprtiined of revolt
sentiments are not endorsed by the good peot sort of objection to the re-nomination of Judge jiroceedin b- t'linily, the being a ;
of Qo'vacy, C. G. Fife Esq., of Monticello. t 1 Constitution 13 Republican in form. te! Americans residing there had asked thaI\ i Geseral Newi
pie! of South Florida. They will exercise Hawkins. K ;c 4U* os1oo, **&! it ii
T.W. Brevard Jr. .. The report then th c United States vessel of be sent; i The Eirl of
Our! young townsmen :_. : -, / I'"j vt nit wiser probable that there will bo no Opposition to i answers ? objections, war might Derby, now the ftemfer of
and more grateful policy of endeavoring to going very fully into a reply to Gov; 'Val there for their protection and refuge. Commodore i it t England, has made Ha inaugural be.o
practice in the Courts of this! Slate. his reelectionThis is as it shonld be.- uer's argument, founded on his assumption Armstrong had sent the sloop-cf-war speech
unite in the bonds fore Parliament ia the
of interest
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affection coarse
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There certainly is no reason why the constituents '.hat the validity of eterr. State Constitution Portsmouth.to t their relief* he
In o-days issue may be found he resolutions their brethren of the East, Middle, and West, of that gentleman should be politically depends its having redcited (he sanction Advices from Commissioner! Reed are of a. urged the necessity of continuing friendly relatioas -

of the City Council presenting, for the that being thus united, they may work out apolitical I divided, while there are abundant reasons why of a popular! role. Th2 assumption is denied most encouraging nalare. He hopes to conclude with the government erf Frsncfr ex.

consideration of oar citizens, a preposition and social destiny which can only they shonld be united which asnot being sustained by principle orauthoriiy. his mission by tha autumn of this year, pressed the opinion that a treaty of peae

for the construction of a Hotel in this city. be attained by maintaining a fellowship of need not hero-reasons we Sovereignty? ,'> ( ov. Walker says, is and return to the United Slates. would soon be concluded with China. aa recapitulate so ir.Tiienablo!
pjtent arc they and
rests cxclusivc-h in the
It is a subject that will ezeite a degree of feeling that cannot ba shaken by the influence : the people. promised that -t1i bill relating td Indian if-
: to intelligence of every man who has giv- ; This is granted, but the report says it ; from the Tampa Piuuumtar cf Iarth 6/A.
interest commensurate with its importance. of discordant views, and secret jealouies.e .- i does not follow that fairs would L-e modiSed.
en any attention to the signs of the times." sovereign power cannot Latrst Indian New*.
e ardently nope tne day is near at hand [,: ie4egaLeU. j. lie lurmatiuii ui i ilion The Directors the North Bn'tiali Bank
iBBCxation of Wet Florida to Ala when unkind words \\iJ! cease tjbe spoken, | Douglas and his Followers. requires the exercise sovereign power; t Hilly Bovhgt and three other Indians in have been sentenc6d to iroprisoninent; some

bama." or written: by editors and politician, when j The Washington Union alluding to the sen.I i but so does the commonest act of legislation.If I II Council a Kcmoral with Mcr of ihe,. Rczlx"Scminoles Negotiationsfor to the West t: of them for thrte and Some for twelve moatlu;
A few weeks past we had occasion to nl- discussing of local I sitivcnoss of Judge Douglas and his peculiar I t the one can be delegated, so can the otlzr.I I : A week later news had been
questions or general in- I All t'i-3 Constitutions of tho old States progressing far or ally.! Probable Close of received frorii
were
lade to the extraordinary overtures of Alabama interest i friends, says* they" *possess/ cnn nualitv* which i made by Conventions without! ratification, exj the Florida War. India, bat it contains nothing of striking in

for the dismemberment and transfer to j is particularly essential to EUCCO- in a bad j cept that of Massachusetts. The Constiiu- i On the evening; of the 10th ultimo, 3 war terest' Sir Colin Campbell had not advanced

her political jurisdiction cf at least a third of 1 The Key West Runaways Arrived at the >1 cause. They have anv quantity of ;:ssurance. j lion of the United States was ratified l.y j nor of ov.legs'; party, and a negro belonging! on Lucknow, where it is said the rebels now

ike domain and about a foaitrt of the population 1- Bahamas. | They denounce the Lccomptca constitution j. State conventions, and never f bv tho populr.c II f to that Chief, approached the station oc pied L cumber 100,000 men.

of this State. It is not unfrcquently I Three or four weeks ago wo chronicled j ai a fraud, a cheat, and .1 swindle ; fhoy vote.: The amendments to it are to be con- |' by the delegation of friendly Indians.- They The French conspirators had appealed
currcd iii by State legislatures, ar.d not bv i illie were met by a few of the delegation and escorted the of
against sentence death
the that States like the of pronounced
case individual?, render elopement by tea, about dozen slaves 1 charge the administration anil lit< friends with
into left that
| -| i.lrtr vole, to give them validity.! If i j camp : night and returned upon them.
themselves ridiculous by superservicable and from Key West. A correspondent of the Savannah i i an open* depatturo[ from the democratic faith Governor; Walker's doctrine is correct, wo next morning with another Indian, (brolher-

hasty action; and if cur neighbor, to gratify Republican writing from the Bahama : i'i! supporting it ; and impute to the President jhuM be without State Constitutions or laws j i in law of liowiegs.) The hostile Indiansj Arrival >of the Star of the We t.

her insatiate thlrstor territorial aggrandizement Islands under date of the 2Gth ult, ar.noun- I j the basest and most dishonest motives in favoring in hail of the States of tho Union. The oh- j j again left camp on the 21st, after having: NEW YGRK, March 15.-The steamship

has given the world an Jnstance serving j cos the arrival of tho} fugitives at Nassau, New I its acceptatics by Congress. All this jee-tion that enabling act is necessary is lo 1 made arrangements with Jumper *o me't Star of the West has arrived; n-hh late but

to illustrate the truth of the remark, the de j Providence. He says a we-e-k previous to the i they fay and do with the most answered, and shown to be untenable, h.pth IJowlcL's in" four divs. rathti iiitprecthui t-q frntn (! Trnri r.t
unblushing asfcjrr.r.ce in principle and authority. On the i tli niL/ liowlcgs, one of his pna- Central America. She
serves to be tOM out, that she may infuse sailing; 01" our schooner, Ann 31. Still, from and when tbo democratic journals of Tne question relative to the registry and cipal men, u son of Assinwah, and one of the I I three hundred thcu on'd dcHais brings in one specie.miUiori

into her councils a tnodicum at Last of be- the port Savannah to this port, notice was i;, the country ui? iertakc tu justify and defend apportionment i ia very fully treated. The Chiefs of Sam Jones' party# -four hi all-were

coming'modfsty, and a little of that spirit of !! given in: the Savannah paper that a number ,' ihdr jwirty in iti action upon this rcasure, charge that nineteen counties were disfranchised having a talk" with Maj. Hector; who is CongressionalCTOX
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lieighborly forbearance which might be inculcated of slaves in Key West, Ha., had succeeded in ; LhAy are coolly told that they are aszirning is completely answered. There are quite confident of his ability to induce all % : March 14.-Senator Dong-
their
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l i( i but thirty-four organized counties in Kansas people to emigrate.
by an occasional reference to tat stealing a boat from the light-house, nnd cs- 1 i, an anthorhv which doc not IKO"! O" to liitai, tvcnty-one of these were reprc!cnted. Nine, t A general council will soon be had, at las has been severely! ill for several days, bat

precept of the decalogue which save, thou caping frcm their rightful! owners. My own i ii j and .ittempting to "read out"of the party its of the thirteen unrepresented counties have which the question of removal will be set is now slightly improving.

sbalt not covet thy neighbor's Louse, thy and private opinion, until yesterday, was, that best and j.uret-t men. Hour after hour, and very little population ; in seven of them not tled. ) Senator Davis, of Mississippi, ii no better fit

neighbor's wife, nor hs man servant, !1 they made fur one of the Florida sw.imps and 'i i day after clay, they abuse and denounce the a vote was cnst at the Jandary election Maj. Hector has decKned the services of is feared that ho will lose his eje.
Our attention has been directed &c"I I concealed there Kaunas of the against the Constitution. In two ethers of ( en. HIakr. Tho latter gentleman is now in
to were ; lint, on anival yester- i po'icy administration, but the the nine, !les than ono hundred votes this place. WASHINGTON, March lo.- Tho Senate

ject agaib by an article in the Florida Pe !. day afternoon in this port, I received at once, j moment a friend of that policy! opens his thrown j end in the four remaining, namely were: The friendly Indians, in their scouts, failed | was engaged nearly all day in listening to

ninsular the 6th inst., reviewing the prop j the news that eleven fcls-s from Key West, i mouth in its defence, the moment it is insinuated I Franklin, rrderson,Coffee, and Breckinrit'ge' in find the hostile Indians. Tbe latter found j speeches on tho Kansis question from Messrs.'

osition for dissolution in a variety of aspects, men, women and children, had landed here that flicy, n mere handful of politicians, there were but eleven and thirty-five. In the white flags, and came into camp without 'i isolicitation. Mason of Va.'and vWadc'of Ohio. .

which concludes with the solemn and ftrsnge last Monday, the 22d iust., ii an open boat, are wrong, and are sisthrg by their course these four eoruntres the officers were prevented result. of Thrs the fact augur's well for a favornbJi I In the House," tne Hon. Augustus R.
from
recommendation that it bo acceded to upon under the guidance of a colored pilot from | 'to break down the ucmocrntic J party, they Thereport making stlsc"a shows registry., from the resistrv Under all the circumstances negotiations,now we Joel pending.sanguine Wright, of Ga., introduced a homestead bill,"

mercenary considerations, entirely. It says t Andros Inland, in the Bahama So much (cry out | 'r.=ociiti-7u' ." !'! complni.i; that they ami apportionment I, together with the official ; that the FloiidaSar' i1l scon be and the Hon. Samuel A. Smith, a Pacific

the "Sftttc woull tLas Lihrougut within i! I \fZa able to find on*, bitt I cannot warrant i! arc ricr.ieu tl.j riq'!; i to IJiuk for thcnisolvcsj j, rr-turn?, that a: the 4th cf January election i ii i terminated by the peaceable removal of the : railway bll.

eyajTictrical boanda-riJ of an um.atural appendage the fact. This rascally r.eirro piLz: u s Cii- ;j i :r.r.ti: ?rc .I'ttr.jud; f< i i.o min'Mijoatfd' Lv* I i tiu fivo counties of Lcavcnwo-th, A'cl.isin, i ii Seziinnles to the? West. So mute it be. .:vine o'clock, P.3/.<-The Senate has been

add a population hating no feelings! I j ceal-d somewhere about Key Vest, awl pi- !i iut'ioir'v": : of a tvrainiicii Chirf I'-rpcatlvo. Dot. "11 Doi.ioh.vi.) : and Jei7>r
in common .with the citizens of other sections ; loted them over litre. On their way her.- j J Jj In a -.vor'J, they: claim ti.2 rgit! to eiifu-r with wj.ioh: :is invjrci1 of and eighteen votes, ?;TIL:. L..Ta.-BV he arrival cf Mtj. sabject of discussion.VA3 .
the
a HTfljorilv vvho.'a; vote cat Rector this
J a faction who are ever endeavoring to j they met an American br-r, but l her nan i is 'their party; on an important rru.itare ii: Its t !I( throughoutthe Territory ar.iinst: the Const-! of the ahu-e.mo The:rung? ,Indians wo have wbh a confirmation to see the : :I CTo -, March 1C. The Senate

sow discord by creating sectional prejudices- unknown to me, lour.d tj the Slate; Thy 1 policy, r.l: to denounce thatiJKT.itre-, i I tution-and ye: all tiics'a counties v.'i-re reg- money rromi-e-d them in case they consent f Vfs; in session all List night. Daring' the

Inline, oar citizens will Lava d-'sdbarged a feinted! to her that they v/ocfd go to Indian i 1 jleaun?, and at fho e.ime limeclony to it-j i I ister d! and ivpresenl.cd i'i! the Convention, to a removal ; to procure which is the object j session an altercation took place between

moral obligation, without sustaining! a serious flier, Fla., but that they wcro sort of provisions friends the right rr elcfendinfj and justifying Living which: thirtvI.of tho sixty: deleftfet; of of Maj. Rector's vi-it.; [ Senators Green, of Missouri, and Cameron,

injury." and begged for a new pupply, wMch it boforc the country, because i.i so doing, be:true Convention that tie oppo-irnt was of composed.tie! Conyitution! If it meet As&iiiwah the the eld.'r i is wounded. He will j of Pennsylvania.! The causes which led tof
delegation to in behalf of
Our eotemporary of the Peninsular has j' they received. I could not ascertain if this their PonulncF': > and orthc'oxy s.iay bo called 1 were s largely ia te! majority in these coun- Sam JcniV party, as sooi negotiate? as he cn travel. j the altercation'were satisfactorily explained

greatly misconceived the wishes and purpo- j t brig knew that they were runaway slaves or ;n question. The felly of such r.i assumptions | lies, and so violent in their opoitinn, why | 'vlaj.! Rector will return 'to-morrow orr the rfway to-day. Tut Kacs.ii discussion was

ts of our Western citizens, as we may infer not. Great excitemcr.t existed when they j i any equalled by the irnj tulencc with which j did ;Iii'V not elect men to form a Conslitutio.i | U. S. Skaincr Grr.y Cloud.AD again resumed in th3 Senate to-day, and it is

from the undeserved application of such vituperative j l landed lcre; and the pilot of the boat wanted < i'it is iii.ated uj.oii. I votes more t1 to( two-thirds their liUng! of? iho Tiioy Convention h&d v.ill.in four i j --- now reportc-'I that the debate will end early

language. That the peorle of the ,[ to give up tli& boat-to the Arueriaan consul C.IVTM;-Jx--'=1'he 'Vaihin--iuri- -correspondent tJ.en, tlul they fail to act at the! proper, time v/hy?, j Editor: UccHr.ics n rorcijrn Slission t next week.In .

West have no feeling in common with tle j] here, bet that gentleman in order not to in- j of the Courier &. Knqmre-r: sa\0 ; Their rcfu-al, tlieicfor, did not ipvaudatc Tho repoi t has ]been circulated through the the House ttAlay there were an immense

citizens of other sections of the State" we tcrfere with the proceedings which} the owner The Admiiii-'r' tion members calculate the just, fir and Ie-gal ac'ion: of the Conren.tk. pre ", that the political juggler, Bennett of number of Bills, resolutions, petitions, &e.j

do not and cannot believe. What has trans i of the fugitives may lake against them, refused ni tllur 'j'-o:: resolution tinder \7liicli ihe
pired to indicate the existence of such a state l to take charge of the boat, and she still lays MCI' Lbelcd. IJuuib of Ohio, Humphrey j 1 W.'IF pointed directed thorn eonuiittee ] : Minister to Vienna. We knew the Amon the latter, was one from Utah,.
:.rarbiai! an: f ;,-ih11.Lof Nurth: : Caro-i: rj" enquire .vhetli- t
of feeling Where, whc-n, and in what form here rurthenuorc, the report goes roond jj j lr.a: are cl.i-rc-d: by :-aigii'i-5 Il'-pahlicans! .is er tLs Leeornpton Constitution is ftcceptable reju.rtvzs a b.isa fabrication. But hear in which it was-stated tKat td'aTMoVnioriai

did! our Western brethren exhibit feigns of &etioti j here, that 16 more slaves escaped fiothe j : their fights in spite of earth and hell*

and sectional ptejudicc True, it i is, that ] same place and are on their way here, bit of f : diaappoiuU-J. Niblacl <>f J.d.! who I j this is, that the only co meet test is the ballot} { writes very jnoiesly indeed :

one or two Western papers did manifest, course I cannot know if this report is true or i ir.ot voted wi'Ji U-TOII the 8lh of f rebruary, has i i box, and such an expression of the popular Xn\y, i ii: reference to this matter, we ray Duel Near c1fle.
raited bach Le I: will as is there jrivcn :it the : tlmo and 3i03ii.E, March 15. A duel! took place'
borne time back, a deposition to strike the I and hope that it will prove groundlets.! ; to -onplor. Jlorai'b I I'. Clark poper bo permitted tu have a word lu say. The -
v.ill go \\itu the Adiiunistration. its Irmuinpit I place, according to law. r.y tins test truj { nvsuk-nt, ot the United -States zed not; | yestercTay between Caj'-J'aTns; Miury and Dei
parricidal blow but the j
remainder indignantly I is certain twelve j C'on-iirution: : adopted by an overwhoHi- .
ten
by
or majoiity. J trouble himself so far as to offer the mission
Good i Reviere. Mary the late marshal
I A'cns from Kansas. : Gapt. was ,
and of
those
spurned ridiculed the unnatural majority who joined i-i the election. ,
I i og
proposition.
Marshall, Gihner and other { > A'is.tiirtto Janu-s (Jcrdon Bennett |
KnovXothing as some
If the I Information has been I Theso only can be considered the j | and cnped unhurt; Capt. DeReviere is of
great body of car Western citi. received at Washing members from the South have given Black as I of tlie nwspnjers| say he intends to do. Mr.
lens desire a change of political relations, it ton city that the Free State men of Ken ss lomijulc citizens Iv.ins.iF. Others who ah- James (Cordon Uonnettroultl never accept a the French Zouave1?, and received two shots,
Ropullicans for
ground believing that they j stained, arc milafidc residents, who went to mission; to wriicli.it has been tfit which are net considered dangerous. They
is but reasonable to that would are rapidly changing their views with supposed
suppose they regard j for mischief
and
were opposed to Lecompton. Gilmcr Kansas strife.
was They are the calibre : '
of
the Chevalier Webb or of financier fought with Colt's Navies, fiftectf ad.
admiss'on
to
of that paces
hat desire
promulgate
( in
the usually Territory under the the | self acknowledged outlaw and
way on floor when the question was taken to ?, arc not to Belmont had been equaL Neither would va'ncin".
adopted for that purpose-that is by holding Lecompton Constitution. They are ccrning appoint the Kansas Select Committee, but refused be considered as constituent elements of a I ho accept a mission to Francer'or England, _1 4 -

of public meetings, and the passage of ref, over to the democratic side on that question, to vote ; and a few days> ago, when 1 community or society, against which they are or any other mission He has quite enough ;?
rebellion llut
lations reciting theIr grievances, and declaring declaring it best calculated to advance the Harris of Illinois attempted to bring in his in,open at the clectii"! for Stale, on officers the -1th under of January thc of foreign missions, and thrnks there is only ST. Loris, March IS.-Advices iiave been'

disloyalty to their political Alma Mater. real.interests of Kansas. If this inlormalion under than one post in the government which ho would received here from Col. Johnson's tip
minority report the cover that it was a Constitution, more twelve thousand voters now accept. That is tie: office of camp,
Bat not solitary demonstration of the kind is correct, and we do not doubt it, it is well privileged question," he, with three or four in Kansas did go tho polls, and thus of State, now so worthily filled by that Secretary sound late as January ,26&&TIfc *condition? and

has been made to elicit the unkind remarks calculated to strengthen the ban.!* of the others of his party, voted with the Republicans showed conclusively that at /least 4-5ths of old statesman, Genl Cuss. Six months after Health of the |ropj OTf t* *tpj.iJ

of tbe Peninsular, or to provoke the rude democrats in Congress and weaken their opponent against the ruling of tho Speaker. Al the voters of that Territory were "willing to our appointment of Secretary of State, we deaths only had occurred nc..*6ejr arrival'
vote for the election of State officers _
undertbe "
of the *. would give Palm erst on, Louis.Napoleon and S J
proposals filibustering authorities of : Tft
luding to this fact, the Union says : Constitution. This shows that tho Con. Queen Isabella enough to think of'BO that Indiana have given fall assurance Or

Alabama. :Two year ago, %ben the question Southern Extension.If It is j very plain that if the half-a-dozen stitution was not only acceptable, but' that it they would never again interfere in American S their friendBhip, No inoyJhe *s sn lcri
of "annexation" Wa'j first mooted, we' gentlemen of the American party from the has,been accepted by at least 4-5ths of the affairs in Uie route. ; '
: the free States under the influence of y.paftjOf ; Qotigept:" W f remonstrated against its consummation and Southern Statqs, who voted josterday with voters of that Territory, though not entirelysatisfactory :
deprecated the agitation of the subject as legislation or the results of climate and no the solid Black Republican phalanx, con to.all of them. -- -- ;.hry.iP-i S : Kaiketi!, ii

cesshy, as it churned, are'to receive all of tinue to do so to the end, the prompt admission The committe-declined to go into an investigation nMEDV ron J.4x&corre4fonttent of NEW YOLK March '
io.tber tho- 13, Salea Cotbn'today
being injoraooi character of our State Lynn News of
"Sorao
:,
of Kansas will of the says years I
bo frauds -ago
the present Territories of the Uiiited State seriously jeoparded. alleged at the January !
and destructive of her interests. Wo then We cannot believe that it is the ultimate intention election for State officers for want of juriodiciion had a leaking rL/ Every northeast storm 6,000 bales..-.barkel firm inWh1a

. bad assurances' 'fromleading men of the things. in a few years will stand as follows : of such men as Messrs. ,Mar haII, of the House Iho'subject They drove of four its waters in. I made a composition offerIng freely, A- large export enq of ryii-,

West, that our apprehensions were win eces Area. Ricaud, Harris of Maryland, Gihner! and say they can ro more investigate frauds relating pounds rosin, one pint linseed oil and ists. Flour firm; sales 1 0,000 rel -"
oarily excited, that oar friendly remonstrances Present slaveholding Slates 851,508 other, to vote againft this measure on its to the election of State officers in Kansas brush one ounce to the of red lead, applied hot with a Wheat quiet. ''Cofrn firm, with sales of!30>
NonslaveholdingStates 612,597 final passage. If, they do not cherish such than in any other Slate. Those part where the L joined the
bad been received.there with kindness and Add Territories matters main house. It has 000 bushels- 'vVhi to .681ctht&. t
l,472O61-2O8465S an intention, and desise tho speedy consummation are to be inquired into by other never leaked since. I TmpepUadvfirm
appropriate I
that the phantom of dissolution" no longer, of the measure, wo cannot refrain legitimate tribunals. If the seat of the mem then recommended! the composition to my at 51 cents. Rosm heavy at 55 eftnt* .

bean led the imf ff&tioWot 'arjy"portion of Excess free Stales, square miles, 1,233,150 from expressing the opinion, that they me ber of Congress elected to this House be con, neighbor, who had a Lutheran window which Rice quiet. Freights en Cotton to Lrrerpoof310d. /

. oar Weslem friends. ':, ven the ipiritede4i- For this absorption appropriation if the j jeopardizing that object, inasmuch as every tested on the ground of alleged frauds, the leaked badly. Ho applied it, and the leak .,- and 2,300 bales ol Cotton vrtnr '
South to' endeavor to vole they shall now give in the house would havo stopped. I: made my water cask tight by
tot of the Mirunna JPalriot, who, a while were set oft what preliminary jurisdiction over that question this and shipped to Liverpool to-day at this rate. *
composition hate
should be stages of the struggle ia company with the ; but.not'as to frauds in ibo 'election of f recommended it
equal otherwise
forlorn by purchase or
back led thV hope -'of; thjl annexa enemies of the measure, will render the strug Governor or members of the legislature ofivansiis. for chimneys, windows, dec., and it has always NKW Yowc, March 15.-iSaies''of Cbl ontoday

tion" advocates; has struck tbe fl*? of disAflcetiocfc Southern territory now beyond her limit*, the gb more aim more. arduous as it progresses. .. proved a cure for, a leak. 4,000 bales. The' market wafibme-

. | yl dtn ,*io thflT ooblof and.pL, Joliowing woui De reqtureqr The report concludes with a recommendation Will some one not test this composition on what easier, bqVquotatiqns* w ro.nadufigad.BreadituJTi V .* I

' triotic hp$44liz heart,*>o longer demands Thp.wholeif'yexiotf, 1,038,834 THE LKTTEK REGISTEKIXG SYSTEM A for admission of the State of Kansas the leak not aarfcondredptaUe 4rtfct Ifaljt of Central America, 101,055 FAILI-KE.-Our thus for the in of tho -rev-
the mutnilion'orhl States Therefore experience, Ays pursuance views of vPiesident, head of the FlorlzrfflceT firm.
: *
,
Al of the.VVest India Islands, in. Journal of .Commerce, goes to establish,the.. believing.that the'wolfare and prosperity ofthe ,- ktoAty
:, we rtay s ure.. irTneDd of jil feningtdar eluding UaytiCibiiai&iea. ,.&e., 91,406 fact, that a much larger proportion of.regis .people.of Kansas/as:weU'aaJhe'general! uARLETo- (, MarchJ&-Sa1ei S otCatto -
%
that be hja.tptally"oilsconeelved. .the ." *" _- ._- -_- tered letters fail to reach ,their destination welfare,. poaee and harmony oflhewholoonwItheebybpromoted 4ppolntnienls in Florida; S ; 3,00dbales, at f5u -

popular s nw* ofrthy/Wet, ftwhen be 1 31,2951C than of letters that, are not registered; The ,/ )Yefind in the Wa5hingtopWnio4'fot S

charges tjitf 6Wti, , factional discord Capo Hornmufti fee tbcPdtber enil 'orthe & diaU6c\announcement to evpry.onei'wbo I 4 Nc IThe84td Thomas Ledwith, distrietiof- TJhfl'i 1l .
.- : dilehjb But jesting aside, jo {he whol The .. _
: _
' t (&t ro,of this grealconUnent'nave*6u> Northfcrn. -' 'It contain/rodbej>|>r. p'njotbing;else 91A ihi*' !Black iBepiblicatfs;. heYa
- .. *ilI ieve7&lsM iWeMoriip .friends the serious i intention of confining das Were iJishpneat milije iltyonthefol' Joseph Smerrak ofEesppointL' ,60O bales;at pt 's.taiginjireiijo 12

; i&1niswfl; oafpowerdown; Io4b .few thousand s oare there/ is not strhidJ4y \ : eenta; )1-T

. Wajirt inugftir lch they bare apportioned td'ttkyTadU15vt'ic KV f -'i-5* $ ndtei/tnajontj beLcgWtii. 14'tjhalaij .; :J0h4: p Ba1dw i5tetc'oioyWta

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y1ih th beat kiid .T tioa dffeatiaffoon 'htTe .
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which i cs''sintj alargeTievi It hr.b Letn represented lo the City Connj j Only 33,000 If umbers-..3,286 Prire4 '' ...4WL_rL luG BLACX HITHMO ,Bcn-| : ?

eil of Tallaha.'. by sundry citizens, that it would J -4-- : 4- will be co utinue J us bereto- ?
r&de toe '. frhjirov mon's'!-n Ib( ep.I'cnt urd-'prti to iS
iildn? go on *tcs $10 DOLLARS V- 4-J
of }iricl-s* mr.de tLb reason fo: ti the urse of tiisinz t t&iftd. nt V
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4, flflfl eiflri n 'tsb' I.it.te] in sL1 1 capital 1
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dng purposes. HE following Si-hone"will he iimn bj S. Swcai VV tLe.jreHci.VMKi.pser Tt*
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.. ; Tl.c vCouuclcre unndvi'scd'r.st ] Gratifi;! for .ho puirornfc hrrelcfov p\tcndvj liieir, f 4t fe Ui,., Shiaagm, of (tbeSprta Xcadfinj L rtte M iH hii rua dailj aafuliwiidp.
I vnT.-'te X OK SIXGT.i: tBIit. lbt'3' ai e uow better ireparcil, and determine.! to ,
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.T1T!: f re.purpose. ly, each of iLcir 8Ii>ga! Rttniber LttriM for 1 itwrn TUtoJtcjJW n 4 &
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i f vs .:: the iiiiti-rt?<-rct: t f f !???nIrlIfti4Iner. IV
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of Ji.'xiJTOICO brinsTrnrr Thtt the F sbtted lo tbc qu..iit.d v.terfl ..- (. ,'art.c -, ->irc! all v.Lo inty ff: ; r jrr.att..f.iils..4.. V
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'BI aad"tu < AUTHORITY .
ciiy i.fr.-l t.tfl. ri.n :1 _
City. : i e1ttunti lo he ] I'.I1 the 3- I.
of convince:! diSMis !:: l-i! i*. country : on ilondny iS-o 2th"ins, andnltioa 1 : ,_ JrnvestTaI1saaocq.g. .. .fr4iI1'X.i
/v/-. Draw April 1st. 1S5S, SUCH A S To be Drawn in tie City Augusta, GR., in ihti.
ovcitro\v of A tl.Ojtj) vJ>o :.re in favor of the jsruajr-e of Lou Js And oir 3and.iy when owarV- ejet e
sDj tbe ptubaMe Zuloapa. ; fr: tb4' rflr1.oc :.f.n t ii gtt.t ii't ceteotg f CAJ.SS'; J/"J/, Draws April 15th, 1353, :-V iA'yr .ci. ',>c"v'7: : Ii'"wx: cr.d RcCarriufits Oil Sutvrdai/. March CfA. 165S. V the liu of Mall 3t7ners pijinc between V

1-attlc! i is cs 'f ctrd !o occur short!} at Crhiyn.Cc3. 2O.VOO, pavLcin twuy years, bn1l vritec1 J In public, at M.tC'i:). Ha.: un.: !. r the sv.-onj supcr- ...: :- ::: and Bug 1t:: V ltaD..KrjWr8f aJlI Tii.wb i1 7Tiv V

Alvarez 1 bc: t. kcj; to Held against the their the wurl Bo8," and tL.e I inteniiencc* cf 1". C. BcIkv! j uJ Joseph Waterman, 4.4 gk. Plantation wzrtc cf 9r'.rry CLASS C, ., ., depart from St. 2l*tU oo t&4j2thaod'e .

rtTbluIidii Las oZe Eo-is: :' S I _ detrif.r, T be Drawn Ill the Cit} of August. Oa., ifi pOrt ublk, i inualh. V ",f -
nrtr joTcmmcr.i.l.ThQ pro. it further wotrcJ, Ti.alnJ; election shall be ] V 0uPeia o1 .O9OrgE bI1O* s kljr
March .
Friios livable WitH ,ut Deduction. ilill Irons and rcpaifi-t-r SHMCIronir\ WVZ. 'IttrJay.. 18/A l8b''
eede(J so kr Jo include the whole couu-- conducted unuci the eupr-rvieion of E. ii. U'est. E. trkin will be run oa Jloudayt.'WeJocsdavs, id Zn-
]> Cliir":, 1111(1 L. C. Dcmil'ij-, Inspectors, who shall g ;
CLASS 7 :
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U'... : reJurn
ballots loathe Intcndeut HU j City CounciL Pawed 1 Prt-e of, . . . .. .$80.000 Iron and Steel, all of which we VAP.ft.iFfr, and Jlodourselves To be drawn in the City Acgoita, Ga, ia public, Lesve 7

A NtW York Banker ana i Yoftng Ladr.Tb t. the Sib March, 16S.I 1 . . . . . 10,000 -to execute ni the sl)>ortcst notice.II. On. Saturday, JAvcA 2Gt7t, 1653.CLAfJS Arrive LeaveSaU at 8tz.sNo.3WsWilI,) *W A.M.

former asked the latter what kind of I D. T. IIOQUE. IntenJpnt. 1 . . . . . 5.000 : B. TUTS i CO. Arrive at Tallahassee nN.3..4.*it2..T f..WpMp L

A Imr- copy from the Minutes 1 . ; . . . 2.500" Feb. 27, 1653. ? lyI S, Ai" '*- V
money she lilted best.MWlrimonej-,fl sh} <> "C. H. IIcrcniNsox, Clerk 1 .. . . . 2,000 To be drawn ia the City of Augusta, GR, iu public, A HACK leaves St Jfartf

replied. What interest does it bring ? ask liarcuSO, 1858. 12-2t 1 . . . . '. 1,000 I Fluid On SalnrJi 2farch Zltti 1837; for Newport twl return*j intim; ti.cpujItiatlw
Burning ? ,
ed the hanker. If properly invested, it v ill 3 f.00 1,500 cp Train to T lUaaF.*j. ; J4'j

5 .et 250 . F i SUPERIOR QUALITY O.V THE J'LAX OF SIX OLE .UMBERS. Fare from Tullaiiasseo to V
douMc! the oiiginal stock every two years, j Atlanta Medical College 1,250 O just received and
iou fur ral.t 1)47 '4 .4 .4 toStaonN&tiI''e-
ICO . 10'TO' AMES A LIVELY. PRIZES :
the S! iJ. He concluded she was a match j fj IIE Fourth Course of Lectures in this Institution lib ii 50 . t.ooo January SI; 1857.Blaryland. S ,4S5 ; VI Oco. R. .R....... i..-.' ..i s'/.t VV

for him, but the.rest is secret. So says the JL will commence on the fhst Monday in May 8000 15 . 5000) I XEAEI.Y OKK PRIZE TO EVEEY KISS TICTEETSIJJ Fare from Tallahassee toS.t'tion ,Pa.Yrk.4hsct '

account fioru uliich we take the above. But cert, and continue four Months. State Lotteries Cyil'ICZN V Geo.Jl. R..4.
I Approximation( Prizes : ? SCJIEME' ...
rest is not a secret The banker was a : FACULTY : Fare fronj Taeee.to.8tatio .No.3WaZ .
the well lie II. W. BEOWK,A M. D, Prof of 4 Prizes of 125 to JSO.rtOG . . ? 00 R. FK1XCE & CO., : anaers. TO DE 1>E.AWN' EACH SATCEIUV 15 MAUCIIJ! i let'sThe ilill)*.. *. ., s.. .v.Iiti
judicious as ns a happy man. Anatomy.Jonx 4 i so to mono) . . eco -V- --4. _. 1 Prize of. .'TO.COC'' { 4 Pr7.3 of. ) *
W. JbrrES M. I) Prof of and Practice -V- Iron is not vet laid t* Static .8,. ( .
thought! !he would add money.to mn'.rimoneyAccod"nijr Principles 8 40 to 6,000 . . S20 CAUTION 1 . :RO.OOO ; 4 .' . 800 bestir
Medicine. NOTICE. Mill.) ct wHJ fe M hibiina; tf.Dtpot .&
he sent id S. SWAX & Co., of ,. 12 25 to 2.500 . 800 4' inriTk ( V V if A i W V ** V )- rfj *w t <
on W. J. WESTMORELAJTB, M. D., Prof of Principles and 24 15 to 2,000 . . 860 1ER30NS living at a distance should bi cxtremeJL 1 . C.OCO f 4. . COO the track reaches the point selected for lie Stlii$.' .'

Augusta, <;?L, 8 1 0-which Is the amount of Practice Sbrgery. 20 lOto 1,000 . . 200S2S6 ly cautious of whom they order Lottery Tickets 1 . 4.COO 50 500 V'V -- ** '

a whole ticfect in 1 his legalized Ibliery, and Tuos. S. POWELL, JL D., Prof of Cwtetrics and Di i,: Certificates of Packages of Tickets. The country i 4' . 3.000 { f0 . SOO freight* *&arytd o'i Ptxtaeola f t ( ospni'Jifradt

drew Ilia cni.z11; }p L of S iO,000. This, in ease of Women and Children. Prizes amounting; . .$115,180 is fLoded with bogus and swindling Lotteries. Every i . 1,500 J Ji 100 : 125 1858. tobepaidoii &1rjoJgaoda. ..
thn ALSXAXDEII MnXrrs, M. i)., Prof of Cheuiirtry and inducement is h.i'd out to git persons to invert 4 . 1,000 j 230 . 100 TO 2T2 rro '
addition to Uie isiteri's-t oil riiatrinoiry, FROM ST. MARKS t
Pharmacy. .. -. Tickets $10 ; Halves 5 ; Quarters 2 60.j money iu them. .Capital Prizes of from $20,000 to40,00O 44j1pr0-iiiitztion 1l i2es.
him bale. . 100.
him set V Cotton .
which his wife annanlly broayht: J. P. LOGAN, M. B., Prof of Physiology and General $ head Ihclr fichemefc-with tickets at $1 V per V
to
4 Prlzea of $400 piro. $-70.000 prise are $1,600
Boxes lOt Iba. .. U
Tubacw in 23TO 3
in in luisin*' ss. The next prizis $70.000. Pathology. j The 3,000 Prizes of f 1C will be determined .by the I 1100,000 Capital Frizes! arc offered, tickets ?5. All 1 :SOO 35.000 1,200 nr .

Ticbtts are C IO. 5o and 2 50._]Y. YcrkThoc J. G. AVESTMOurLAsn, M. D., Prof Matens.: Sledica j last figure of the number that .draws the $3k'.0Ofl such, i in every iiut.inceare frauds ; and if money ispent 4 'I 200 13.000 Boo Corn and other grain ra mis pit 1/taheJ 10. w,, .
priz For If tha nmber Salt per sack. .. .. .. ..*... 1G'44 .
and JJedrail! .JtuUprurJpnce. erarriple : drawing the to them for'u.'r--t-; H so< much thrown away 4 '4 125 ,oo0 500 .
Its. t .
J
T. C. II. V."ii.si'.v, &I. ])., Demonstrator of Anatomy. jSO.OOO' ( prize cud; with No. 1 then all ths ti-kcK I without thehadi of a chance of j ettin a prize.JJeuari .- 4 IV 100 5,003 400I Hay InBalPsjerIOU *
V.-IK-I the l\o. orvLs in 1 will! be cntiliea Lime, Cement, Sat3! Plaster and Guano -: :
If
FEES to i& of all iMteiiis where.- the Capital Prize i ismusually 75 I' 3.500 30Q
saalt: net covet thy r.ei lilujiV. goods ; : the Nu. fiids with .\II. :2, then sill the tickets where large iu tu the price of tickets.In I 4 4. in packages.p r 100 lb?>.. ..., ISso .
For tae Orrse; of Lectures. : . .$305? the TTo. ends comparison 4 50 1,500 C'0 Ear Iron perlOQ ll'3..i... .,.. i. 2Su U
vtt ii feu' who have no fear of law, human ; Matiuati'n! (i-ncR Or.iy). 5 0. : IE 2, will b; entitled to $15 I and so onto every instance where large pri/.ett are offered for a 5,0COprize&df 2D arc. . . . . .ioooot., I All othroods per 100 Iba r 30' '30
small c'wt of ti.-kets. put it uovrn a* a ct-rtniii fraud.
have coveted the of"Dr.. j Dihstctinir Ticket, (t.ikefi once). 10
Divine rcptitatioii From 3 V
or' TheIVatucky State LI4T'Iy fur the benefit of the 5.4S5 Prizes ar.it-un'.ir.?: '.o. .$320,000 TAI24H4SS7i'iS2'A.7'1O49I, ,
M'Lane's Celebrated \'enniugo! and Li\er ; Graduiition 25 r Certificates of Packages : Slit-lf'y! C.'llrgr, under our ii l:44eItcnt, i is tic tin;.,. "IJALVES Cotton per bale.-. .. .. *
| Tic!, in"ica: ed facilities i ii the D pnrlmeuts of An- Of 1C Tickets nil": ->!14I at I ih.- fill.vinrale?, wiiil I-'iUiry 1:1 the Lci ted States: wlih: ; is I'-gally citcitieil WHOLE TcLT.10 ; $5 ; QUAKTZM $2*. Tobacco B. zes per 100 .Ibs. .. ...... l.2} )21 l.4

Pills; aiiro attciaptlng to circulate a. base atomy. S'lr cry and ChrtnVtry. niltTiIcd bv ample I i 10 \Vinc! Tiie5..5' 00 I Ii by the iirs1til: Drawingall; other J tteiic3v.hich Corn and other grata b sacks per bu !ieL ..hi-. V

Sautclion.: The genuine article] is prepared I tn.1 w4-9 IdIItt.IJ rooi i tAle ct'. i is the ri>k : V 10 Half . . 17 S-'i' ; purport to be decided by the Maryland Drawings PX.AN1 <. TJIK i.oTTinr.: Salt per sae-. .. ...; .. .. ._ 25 25 25

rxaIe tl.eP 1Ldeh toc tI.aiI ) 10 Quarter . . S 73ITaiik are frauds. The Numbers frorj 1 t" 60,000, correfpondipg Hay iu Bales per 100 lb lv..V h 2j I2} 1k

only by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Ps. The Lcri-tofnre Isolds of s-'uml] Banks tak<-i! at par. i THE MARYLAND STATE LOTTERIES! with those Numbers on the Tickets printed on separate V Lime, Cement, Slate, Phster.V bd Qu-

wwl-cauied reputation of this house is & guarantee .I Tt P 1icettiug Il'ioKi. fituaied in tl-e upper Ftiryj U-; &.n"j, on j x jw -i-01,,; i iLiiiiilc' K" pri/.c-s.. i j PuK-base in the Maryland State Lotteries then slips of paper, are encircled with small tin tubes ano.in. packnj per 100- lba..1.J 12i tI1ft?
j the building, an-1 furciibed vilh ..iv-lzit. will brfj awl ia wheel BarJroupr10'1h4.-. .'. U4Iftrl r41 *
one
placed
A idre.inlrh !
< for licln.ii.1'1 Ciitilisites of PacVaTS
the that to which fire of being rijjut. ALIt m ordering in IkeMtryhn.i
to public anything you sure
j oned niro rnnplifd with found! and unoffensireeuJject,11 ofTi1vto The first 457 prizes, similarly? .printed and encir- I AI1otheLoedsnr1OaJb.-a- l&1Yj

they attach their iiame is just v.-hat i it pur-I I by thC loih of Apiil. j 'ni Jrfrec) rI.-rf .1. &L.rd/. I draig. Lotteries, }uu are sure of fair and honest I .1 .l firr. nlarpfl in r.nntlipr tt lt-fl : EDWXRlf: fr4 JI

t*>d b ard can b-i hri'i at %? to $4 weelt. j jJ'ur The wheels then revolved and-a number is
,oiis lobe. Fleming.Bros., re the pole proprietors iurlher iuformalion. tddrfq;, pr DEI'.SON .i SOX.' rinag One t.in! ? lo >k to, ail thai is, if you order from I j are I Pr 4f 'SuperitttehdenL
( : drawn from the wheel Numbers,. and at the same
!; of Dr. M'Lane nedieiiC5, and none J. G. WESTMORELAND, Dtr.c. liar SO. 157. 2CGWYNIJ : ilic'jn or Sp.v.nnah, Ga. |; but rny Managers'licenced: vender Tickets m and Daliimore Manager, do*' nut Printed tec-et'e:Certifij any- j I j' time a PrI/5 is drawn fk-ir. the other wheel. The t Ftbrcar/13,1858. 7-2m V vij

Atlanta Ga. I-lch. 20, ISS. 12-lfin | drjiTn
JTurrVr cd Frbe out are opened and exbibitcd -
can l e genuine without thr-ir Signature.Parchascrs .- i j <;f Fachajp- TL Manners' Certificates hare | 850,000 chr
audience and the Commis- .
l-j the registered by
& HILTON ; the rInutu'rs printed, and Lave li.2 lithographed signature -
by en yo-r guard.ilofiffs. Attachment, | of R. Fran'-c & C>. siuneis ; the Prize beirg placed against the number I 3,000 Bales -Cotton I 1 i-

D.ivi C. TTilsou, ) In slices Court for second ttrraeyti: CltI I.iwT.LLATYSSr.r. i IN'o .'iM ha rii'ht t ti> send his individual cerliSi cirawu. This operation is repented until all the Pri- -J 5,000 Icon Coiiiyondr

ccint : r. j- D'.strifi L'"ii: county.II. Ainotut rt&. i cales, and if Lie does it, be sure there i is a fraud at the j i zcs are drawn out.l'the.-The two and milE UNDERSIGJrED cakes 1JL _V ___ .,-i'---- ,,

ViT. Thompson. ) swoin to 842 81.100. '. 0I '>Uoro oi it. U. FKAXCK the V those the
rplIE Ief..nd.iut mid all otlifrs in'.prested ar- here-I ). V. GWY.: & ic. i. 1iL'co llar.agers of MarlauJ btate Lotteries. first two 7 Prizes s"cceedini v-il! be.entitled' to the 23 drawing Appio.vimati'h First-He will receive Ca*h In pajmert 'fotj

TEE CHEAT ENGLISH EE2EDY.flE I. br iiotifjtid of the mrr.encenr.t of this f=u"t I "ITAVING associated uj-.Tnelve; t-iirethor j in the V I'tb. 20, icOS. -i'i |j Prizes. For example : if Ticket No. 11250 amounts due him on notes, bonds or open account*, a

JAM tS CLARKE'S Cti-rcKATED FKMAL PILT.S I returnable ton Justices' Com t. to he loll at Tall I JL practice of Law, vill give tb' ir joint at<>:itionto draws the 170,000) Pri/r, those Tickets numbered I Secondly-Ia the absence ef Cabs-wi'Ieedd/ '

1 r.e.. r
Pry is1 ir<\>i afrc>*ritioHofJi'J. O'rtv/f'<, JJ'lijs'tciaii / .. 1 S;>8, and to appear and plead to the fame.Givfn the bupnmc; Cnurt. the U. S. District Cou.t awl the I $-t0'i. If Ticket No. 550 draws the %30,000 Prize, count, ht its highest market priefc si !* *" > .

!>.. ; J nrnvriiisiary in the l_ uun.Thi : ui.uer nsy haisd end seal lliis 17th lay of Circuit Courr at 'lall<.hisfee, and :uso th Circuit i To rcl>c a revenue fur I/it Ci'y vf Talla.ice.for I IllIeJL4ICal \ those Tickets numbered .548, 540, 551,652, will each Thirdly-Ia tho absence of Cash atBd-Cffioa

invaiuuHe moulcine Js uutaU'ing! in the cure of all 4LLI., A.. 1I 1E. Ci>u taof (jPIitIVakuia, Jcfierton iladison and I II >;ear rtinmcnii LIg OU the first dry of A- \ b. entitled to $300, and so en according to the above will receive to the amount of $5,000. Leois'i Cfetaaty" '

ihose pa'mfui and dasgcrou* diicascs to liich the female T..YI. WI iST, [L. fi.] I ll.tmiiidi) f." >uult-3.; Oillcc at tie Court-house in jail, in t'tC year tun thuii&and tiplit Itundied and I IECT10N" V Bonds it. their market value, in payment of'Soodif

constitution is ulject. It moderates zill!! excess and remove* Justice of the Peace Tallahassee. Ji111gzit.Cl S V fl ( S.OJO Piize< of20, will determined by tbei I notes and accounts. .* > -'.- 4* *. "

LI obs'j-JdlfJiis auJ a sj>ccdy cure 1uy be txiicd on. March 20. ISr.g.! 12-5-n March t,. 15.08. lf-lv 1. Lf it ordained l>;/ Hie fnlrnjant and jthire j last figure of the Number that draws the $70,000 He would inform his friends and itomreit VI

TO XARCIED LADIES ;: ..: (.'oi1'PciZ Cuiu'i-;! ':' ciy of 1llaha'e, i Prize. For example if the Number drawing the I his payments for the month cf February and-ifarti
It is Bulled. It wil! in short time Maryland State Lotteries TIit shall be levied and !!lfccted tlie | and he feels eon&Icnt r5 *-
S Tulisrly a bring on tuenonllily Notice.T'OUn c fiOlo'iving I $Toolr' > Prize ends with EQ. 1, then all the TiSketa, are very heavy, ,

period illj regularity. For MARCH 1858.R. titsfs for die fiscal year commei.ciag on the Is-t day j i when1 the No. ends in 1, wijl be entiled,to f 20. If tion of UM great indulgence heretofore
,
Each boUJe,pr.u;One DoUcr,bears the Govrrnmcnt fitairj* weeks aficr clatr. I ,".r.l! apply to the lion. ; OXA1)Ji i!, 185S : .. the No. ends with No *, then nil the Tickets wt'ere I they will 0AX ami ILieorne rwadiaedznit.-

of C.ei: Britain, to proven rounterfeiu. L' Jitte Probate of Jrfiersnn couatj-, for an or- j 11ML&LO.MUl2 i 1-Upon all mercharl vending1 eoocla, wares and the No. ends in 2 will be entitled to $20, and so on tbcms. lvea of the inducement offeredio'lmVfcdvtftisement -

V .t U1' 1 ( N diT s>nd decree: AT -ava ..to.c1! Ind.1TnIt.. No. i $* i mcrehari'lice, a tax of thirty-rive rei/s on ctery hun- to C. I and pay at least an an oont cfikieot t* .tK

These PilU kliould not be tti.iii by femes) durinjr the first 5.r;S4 int ICO acres granted and isu d t" Saah A. J 1 dred dollar? iu value of the stock ia trade on the first idny Certificates Packages will be sold at the follcrw-!; I able him to meet his liabiGtiec.Should there V>

S hrfe months Pregnancy as they are sure to brii>g on Mis- : Kuwt'jnnn snd John I). Borjetnnn, minor children of TDvij \\rE prf.-erit to
Mrr.age, but at ny other tm; <* they aro r afe. lloaetiirtn.tlecesiwd. to 1 be fLl for Lributinn., ,j f.r tl.c Union inor.tii pome" il.iclevtr of the rl'obt ilncrnificeru oiVered. Krlirmog) : . I Ccrtifhiitfs tf Package of 10 "Whole Tickets ?90 ble them to ecmply. even m psrt, I bcp they will

In allc eoofI"<.TVousDd p-nBl ACfcetSoi. Pn ?r. J! eSaefc CUISTUl'1iLP.! R REICIIEIIT, Ouar'n. j jj .'! Lotteiie o. *. the if Tl e I vLirvt1.i i ii'l C-I'j.or nil l vrudf.rc! of < .!-, wares: and merchaui i' '> 10 Half 40 I come forward at once, and say weIoe.! op tbnr fte--

iir.d Urul-s. Vaupie on t-li titrJ<.n. 1'al, ixion of arr't', i2-4 ; r.rc *; ti; Lottorics to purcl't : d\r.z\ (r'i.er than Itnkiar-t trade:*.) vh shall cou i ,. .. 10 Quarter 50 counts and make the very beat arrangement In tittif
'J :LI-I: i-. .
; inev di:7n bv
: : C tiic ,
'he lieurt,II jtience, icd "Whites; these KlSs v.Ui i afft s ? faiily ii.-i-.- I/JT'I.'II- -.-, afu-r the tr.-t! tiny of April next, a tax f' 10 Eishlli 10In I power for payment hereafter,,that he mft.oairwhnt -
bla'c L f'i-T.i-; i..icu.
*;1' ? in j-ub'I.-; ar.-l a.i I'ri-
cure vrbcr. $U ot-rr oic=ni> licve Ian iLRd sio.th -j nwrf j 0a---: i ry j If thir'y tive c< ...- on ev .rv bun>jiid ilolLirs, in value oriitfriiig Tickets or Certificates, enelosg the } to depend tipcol DAVJD C. WILS03T.;
zos aiu: pronij.'ij': T.j.i Ly tlic Man:: rs. All \\L' \ '
; ) iS tl.. 'i- '{-ok in trnue, fu i< estimated, and assessed I Ihi I Feb. 13 1858. 7-tf V
sl rf dy. r.ol contain i'c, Ciiomel aallicocy, ,
4 : >> or r.r.y address for the Tickets
1 CIX:: months tfer: :.H pr"rL rrr. f.nr.lO H.-sire .-.:.' v i!II! t.nJjf the trouUe. can snon nscvitnin !.1'rk'V to our orilert, on ts-
t tj h rtei 4,i e'titl n. I ncccunt an. xo-j'-licr to ie! IIo-i Juuse of Pro- I ti-.t the Mai: ? J. r.'J 'ti.l L-if.-i..:.- ui.d.-r t i.-f wh..ch they wiU.to forwarded by first re.111.I'm .
ell hot-fib id cri ueIudLr. old and
iiu.re.
Full direction* iceociprrty each pattige. So'Apentfjr j i--tte of J<.fitt-on (Viuutv, as n: I Ieilvr cha-er.s can have ticks end'nij in any figure they T'IEwGoonsINEW'GOOL' V
. S Oi United J.tl- end Cms-la, .7OJ! MO.:-?, platu .:id i.t-: :. .1 i.ruretti: a'.id tifn:| all ;;
I talo tf Iifiiris i : ]'.. .Ste\vuit. late c"er.id co ;:jty: J. < wafihf a t.ix f ill!' t c'.nis in barred | .
; Late CHaMwia if'o. ) Tioihcslcr, X. T. every 1 he List of Driwt Natflbpra and Prizes will be
I ceeJ, Old! a:,k f.j'r a !i chanr<* fr m said f.lniirijrati.n. ?- of Lav.i : .-. ; Tfll? Atl t*
X. B._t.f>0 r l f r.s e: oscd to suJ-or- duli&rs in valne: tl.i UMI''I.; *,
it.w'.apaT V
ar.y LL IE aTEWARF Adnstrx.MsrcL T. II. HUBBARI sen t > juin-ha: c-rs injiiiedrately after th ; rirawinjj.Cji" .
> i ) iv: Cr)., will fill all orders in the
; :.;?.J Agent, will tsure a tott; coitalniDj 50 1'ills b rtlarnForeaieby 4ITI.i; all iuipr .vi-.i! or tifl9IIVt4l; :[ l town Iftta a v.-i'i
Pisu'i ;!
; ;iaeri plca e write their AND
20, 1SSS. 1.CnNotice.! : [.trviani; I I. -: !i.. j.ruaijitly.} aiid ull con.inunica-! J signature FALL ) WINTER
1. t.'i rivc t--nl3 Luau.-ed doILira: value I Iti
in:2.: I t tion'1-fi'i ttni-.ty ..!.fi'j'i.l.; ; i"lutty >: iii"ty mi i-vciy plain aa'l give '.h.;ir Utr. t Olv.-e A tmfy anti State.
KiJtrarJ Biraird,Jr., Sol '' .- Jiajded whir i
: ?/ ( swindling I
L..ci. -.11:i davit OT'ied in
5- c r empl'-yrd the city,
A;cct for Ta-i.!! =stci. J. S. M. liav Is-j 51e A'z : L'jVi- payable in fll wilinut. ileJueliua. ,
LL bavic detnanJi tlie. El'.lLte JnIt4.lj..c.'di!] < ut v.i.-t iuductiueuts, in the slc.pefl j (lbi* paid by lb far Qice- j A T"rsor. asaia ;:; .; \.\ prizes of vl.Ouu and under, paid itr.meihatdy -
hirs.1--C. r."vl. for 41))
j ( : n *:s:: j-ri.-o r.f lloki ts. Be '
cif five huaure-l uollar-i value
.lS5i Ti. of Z.'iHer.Jt od] l.tcf Lcii taijty caits r-u tvi-ry
February C-Ij i Jlcr.ry a : coun i iwarp of KI rucb, p.ml when ytu wnnt to try your pftev the dra\viu;-other prizes at the nsu.J l _
ty. nr berel j-otlfiet- prc-'t-rt them to tkc t'irsined. therc'f. time of thirty days. .V.-- V
If your ILair is u ; piT-pc-ily aut'er.tCtcd! vrilhiu the time t i luok remcmbc! : (Lut tlia JJsjiland Lc-titrics, whic.Iit f.-Vp i! all pleasure carriages, r.ini un all H"r63 All comumnrcatiuu?e stri-'tly ccc5dc-ut.ial.! milE under5rned w now recelrinhts: .SLOck

CssPr .r. prii-'cribod by la or tb'-y) will be larre-.I ; and all have b- -u iiia\vn lor thelr.st forty yeais, arc the best S :'iiil !.;ulos i icpt[ l in the city, a tas '4 f thirrv-tis c Aildrt1** Onr! ? r"Ti---ts!
Ifyour IIar: is Gray, those! iu-lebted are requested to mr.c! <-- pavrociit ira- Lotteries ta onlcr Tu-kc-U la.GKA crr."n' eviry huiiili'od! Jnlars! vat.. theionf. S.; SWAN .V CO. Augusta Ga. 'bieh wants neither in Qrjantitj; Qu'Tti! ojr Stj1" .
,
Usi Trot: "Wool's flair Ueslorillre.Ifyoar r-ieditr.r. J. U. J EFT COAT, Auxt'r.iraich'SO ;.'?) COXSOLIDATED LOITC.IY, 7-rp-Mi ail Auction Sales, a tr.x '>f one }half per f fc l t" Pejoui resuliujj near Montgoinerv ,Ala., or Embracing for th Ladles.V-
Jlt'.r; if Thin. S5. 12 KWYGnge ___ '''i1. upon tin {'nibs amount f-f paes.! j
Ute Pro! Wood IIalr KestoratireITjoa I 4 I-s Ati.m, Gn., c.n l.ave their orders tlledl nnd eave Silk Hobes a Quille. Skit tsh.Rob' *
v 6-j-r
are Bald, & 1IcOlellan 'tjv riravtri: in: Baltimore! r"'y, ri.-.rch: yTo IS, 1C53.n.AKs change, drawn upui any jilac-; beyond the lim'ts' of J time, by -I'ireaJ-kig S. Swan A Co., r't either of those 14 Flounced, f CUIGa 1 V

Use Pro "Wood'f flair Ee tors.Urc.If this "Jut1, a tax ofoue >-t-ut upon evc'y huftdrfd do't! cities. Brocade BayadieraStripct, .4 'nnahCapille 'barrj
you litre Xerroua Headache! ttOLe ova; zt Z.jW hLEJ1) T::.- tcnf:5n. i.nin 1 auic Sb &o )bought nii'l every hundred liollnr ((r- Ticket* /.;- talc >y E.: 3f. WEST, B3bei, -*-- '. -

tse riot "Wool's Hair Eestora'JTe.tfyoa 1 i'-e' . . ... I. .. ,,f. . .?2fO 1:1 axou.ii. t"'I !( fVSt and ':111 iiI! the year n.'yt preI I 'J'cll.jccir, ln.A China Striped Glare. PnntedMerino Rab ,
rzAccr: IS ALL TH2 COCKTo OF WEST FLOaiDA. I . . .; I.IM
hsve Ds.ndrnffUse 9 Irzeiuf.! .. .. . .. 0 - -- -- 1.54) c jiiii; tlie; tut I at wl'ich ilia assednm-nt ofeui-a tar | :;:.- liefthe nnmlxTs that are drawn from Satin Plaid FpoH.ieJpir! lF? *t! =Jdala'f Vior

Prot Wood Iliir Zesloratire.Ifyoa G.Iicc at MAKIANNA.C. 4 . . .. ,(IO., '. .. ----------2&) Hi.i !/(- !mm.::. 1 the\\l V heel.> ; with ttieumuuntof the Prize that each I! w1ri; "

care Er j>Uocs, C. ONGE..1. F. McCLELLAN. 'V...e. &) C. 0-1'pon all Agei'ck-3 c f I.'iTu.r.c: Culnpu.i.'s, a oiui entitl.-.l j twill bo p-iVUriied after every draw- MATIES ,

Use Prof. TTood' Uilr .eMorative. March 13, 1856. 11-lf TICKETS P1O ; niL-i $.-, : crAirr.s ?2 ;"iO, tax "f two jior cent upr.n; tle: ijT'1 amnsint of nil! jiniii.ions i n::?, in the f'JLtIIVll j paneif : Augusta (flea) Ovastitutionaliiv. I ETrr.T V
MATQUAX. AHO
Ify. desire Glo received fi.r s.gt.I l titsriji (he STILt
u yila'j-, 3CSt Xw Orleans Delta
j CcrtiS-'alc of rarV.Bgf-1 io \\Vln.ii-. . ... . 140 CO I yeir prtced : Mobile Rejiste'r,
Vet ProE "Wood's Hair Restorative.If Spring & Summer Goods Jo. tI]... 26 Ilnlvp.. 70.W c the d.tc! ofIr-e-.2eut. ; Chr.ilostoa ?tr.iulnrtl.fa hviic; Gazette, Atlanta Intelli EmbroiflerjeaValeneene %

joa 1eire! to prc errt the Color, do. it.,. :yf QiiftrU-ri.. . . 3o.CO 10-Upon \\1ite.LiJt: InhaMtmts. between the I! cnecr. New YITK Weekly Day Book, Savannah OrIYERYXD. .. .
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Use Trot ""Wood' Hair Ceslaratlra.I Just Rcceh-fd per Vsrt R. JL GAMBLE : Rjc1"'f t\vt.iity.i.nuai.dcJxiy vcuis, alVil tux of one Morning Ne\v Ilichniotid Dwp.iteh, New York D j-
you ceiire not to loose the Color, j The (/>/ / &-/,"ne *f thr Jfonik." j I's'cb! and I'.tndnb-iILis! ; ( ) Maltese and Hpailf aXa eT. ?.-. V
GENERAL STOCK of SPRING AN) SUM-
Use Prot Vlhir Eeatoralire A MEll GOODS, consisting of Dry Goals, Groj j j GHAT-'D CO.\-.S.I.lDATii J.OTTP.SY, CLASS E, 1 1 Up-ir. ail Fre j Colored; Miis! between the ages ; Xnv. 14, lSr>7. 46-iy BONNETS, BELTS iKD'TftlMMItrfi lllBB

If yes vant a Cheep Article, ccrics, &to*. tic. I To be drawn In Ualtimnrc Ctv: March 2s, I.rA1r2ciT c>f twenty i/nc aitl: fifty ynr a tax often ilollars. The uaiiei ar'jneJ w rruld also call the aSeirfon
Ue Proi Tf o(d'i Hair EestoratiT Ci. & J. MIIGINNISS. ('EMF. 12-tp ij all F\: : C..1.-red Fcuiu''S, l ltvcin tl.e t Florida Eailroad.on Public penfrnlly. to his Isr e WKTcbmGeuts

E ycc admire the Beaut.ful t4, age of t'vciity < no a.i: fifty \ ear?,a tax of five dullai] and Youths t'oUandiWraterGents'and
March 3 3 1608. 116tDomestics
J57 20 Drawn Ballots in i-u'li Pal-leap's of Cft I
tT:;? Fro: "Wood!* Hair Jicstoratirc.If If-Upon ev-i ry Sive! publicly exhibited fir hale Youths Fall and Winter "
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admire the Bceiliful Uizie ta, Making more Prizes than 1tinnk.I within tic corporate li.'uits i>fUJLS city, a tnx of four
&c. Grand Prize of.. .IW.OiiO 1 Prize cf. ... . ....$2.00.1 | A T ft meeting of the Boaid of Directors of the
Use Prot 1ood'. Uair Kestoratlre.If 1 rr/.cof: .. . .. 13JTM 1 2,0ii dollars.Sic. i. I InrjfJa Iiailr<>iid Company, held at Fernaadia
yon wiih a Beautiful CmoplczSon. roTTo- P'snaburghs, Sbeetiags and Shirlirg I . . .. :i:. : i.rin( I 2. 77c H fitiiir oriLiiifd, That (Lore thall ba ; the 7th d.ry of November. A. D 1857 the fol
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Use Prot WooTi Hair Ec toritire.If I 1 1'MWI Ic'.;eI a'J:: O'/i.cciC'l tiio f-nlowing Liconac Taxty. : V
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) Calicoes resolution -
_. Gingham, 1 .. . T/Xifi i.2iuI .... lowing was nd<*pf oil : k ? f. / j'crsejiffevot.
yoa wish a Face free from Timpw, % Brown and Blay Linens 1 . .. . .MK.) '- 1.2.V) 1 I')>oa allrttail'-i.* of spirlluur.1) o>- viuou.-'lijU'iri : \VHEUEAS, The woik on the Florida Railroad havius uuy,. 'i g -. L.
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Use ProC Woods Hair Eestoratire.If Pla'd Domestics FunJture plaiid*, 1 5.0.HI 1 in qi)3'jtitics) Iocs thau fuquart, a tax of one hundred advanced to a condiiiiMi which brin.2 it iuto Siltsda tipe9. J2IJIIKet* -. F'! ?' .. -

JOB wbb to appear Yoang, fUse Brown and lead cnlored Jean, I ''. ... .. . ::,o'o SO . .... .... 4)) 1dber. 4 V I fIll connexion w th the business of the. interior use and Marlborofl StJipd! ah 1 8OQO !5 ** .. ...... TSOO Table's ,
Billiwii ami
.v 2-Upon all BTliug. Alievs .
,. Lnseys
Prot "VTooJ"* Hair Eeitort live.If Fine Sea Island Shirtings, th) praclienbiiity of a suc-ce.>sful of it soKeny..og.,
you wtat tetOnonj otenrbelftiing, Brass Hoops, Le. 4" l.JCO Prizes of|200 each. 'ofTen piu Alloys 1 tifthnically so called, used fc'f hire, t the end bein:,' resonably demoustraUJ.'JVe prosccutio-j. to Heavy Cotton Osnftbtirgn< Virgth *1IW 4LIiIJs I.I V

Bead the Circular of Prot Wood's Hair Beetoretire.r ;Tickle* 120, ruirw f JO, Quarter |j, L'igbHi f2.SO.Cert'lncate a tax of twentj'-five dojlau! t ,- which has thas far conducted the Company J i 4-4 bftrWn and Uc-vcorHa t W'7?
-ALSO- of Packoeres of 26 Whole . ... . eiiterpriqeotis4. V4flrwii
$3 r want to flnd'lt, do. The Depot is at 114 Mark tiSL_ LcnU, UlaiourLIt Brilliants White and Colored, 4.). do. C1Uflier*. . . .. dollars. V to be met hy tb. <")onffdfnoe nod co-operation ct the iiisd Wc*cbcU81iec- Complete aeytmjs$ ( '
It ii abto sold by ertry popular. J.>rr jjjat In the city A eood assortment of Embroideries, do. io. C6liigluli<. . . . 87.5C 4-Upon every Lao or fur or rfx horse wngonuaed planters and merchants of the interior: ting, V WUYdwr.'

$ad country.JVbrcarj .*"' Kid Gloves, Children Talmas for hire, a tax of ten dollars6 -' 37ierefors, JlrMl&i?, That tl* Secretary.Ij directed cAEc.1
Lace Mantles tc. tc. for ezile HAVANA FLAN.Single -l; tv-ty hack orpublic carriage used for V .
C, 1U3. C-ly by ron to invite subscrfptions to thci Stock of the Company
G. it J. MEGINXI3S. hire, a tax of eight il l.lIir.: except hocks nnd carriages upon the same terms as'heretofore end EruscTeet 'J

JEM.T-A>I ESBII.T, so. 1$5 RtTrotK TRorr, hAre 0? March 1. iS8. ll6tGroceries numbers-ev-rry number put in the vrhcel, Uloujrin" to public livery rtabka. such steps as affo-ilthe most to take 1 .
Dr. Bl lAne** Celebrate Liver I>UI and all the Prizes drawn out. C-Upon every public Livery Stable, a tax of fifty to he iurfabitents may of the several Convenient interested opportunity All of the abovupoo meuti a'athJ 7

: :Srw TOIL, March 2 S52. Etcrq Prize in this Sfhcnc mui it dti1Lr. Cnuuties to takf Slock.. as pod.Jf no* M -

t3T Being nwell,and tnowlng'wbetncj it proceeded 7-Uprh ew-ry Ilaukcr and Pedlararrf vandnggcdr, A true bp> fmm the tnicntes.OKO. 'a the V VV V1 Ulh&s. *t- __.$,

fri derangement of tli e liver ormerely! bynicrics was.pur- JUST RE C El VEED : IORE PRIZE TJANLAMtS.20.6CO \\- nrrl jrlrcLindise except for the -'endir. of \T. CALL:. 'I D.cWthoN. V V

s s4ed to pure1sie a box ofDr. M'LiBc's Celebrated Liver T>ROWK, Crushed and Clarified Sugar ch.nts) an'cf clk! .es, a tax of one hundred dollars. tS Secy.In OcL17i8taT TM*w 3
I ; Prizes !
40,000 Tickets I IlA -
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fit, and before I Lad ved laeaiat S. all venders] cf Tickets tax of : _V
jras entirely relieved. J3 Rio Coffeeft ; yr : -Upon Lottery a : t. VVV
I*m now enjoying good lic-alll and cheerfully recommend"I Suprioiichwingan1
em king 4SELE71
.MX ne* Cclthrnlcd threr Pile, to tiaiilarJy afilieud.1ST Rice, Lard, in aforesaid ull keepers billiard tablta, ot hereby given that tho.hooiw of the Company are ,rimaneutly 'QJ ;

Purchase;. wUl be arc/ul toaek, Sot D1.WLAM'8tLrBLrD.SvE1Lziiq Lamp and Linseed Oil MARYLAND LOTTKIlY bowling or (en pwfyp' alleeper 4Gre dpayorrart. open at Fernandina where eubecvipto'nirny V
of four Lcrsa aiariIrcr. Lnelr- he made either in person or by lettet-:the'
two
; ranatBetuwd FIEJITHO'VemiifiigM or ; fmbMi ; 1
; by herrings in lialfbbla. cirizewfTOmilJfefll
TO EC SUATr.f ON used for hire aforcjaid--all amount of the pr.Mtnt assessmennt being-$l7. x o
L.05. "Maccaroni carriage, as krt-pera of livery on to opePiM&TeVinsinsction V1hb
orrLurg7j'y. Pickles poets
incompart-
THE etublcs Ltiwkers aud of each shire of f 1CO.OO. This companjria the o W -%
HA VAN PLAN.\\ pe&llaraallvendero lottery o'
ire W(4II14 Dr. ifXpac'i genuine Vcnnilnse, al o Corn. Staidi, .. : town sites of Fcrnandita aud
bhall under d.n.thletlie ir Cedar Key, ami also
S tickets penalty tax rierwe
case,
celebrate: Liver Pins, can now be had at aU rccpveUblo Soap, Salt, Ac., &e. -7BO.OOO acres of land
'" GRAND CONSOLIDATED. Class 3. failure,rbc&3rfi their ecvenil ''avocations llitig?, or propc-ty-pb1cJ had,been appraised and
'Crtcrei. .Pnni femtin*. ttW.ovtfl.e tiyxalure ef .For BaUs by G. i J. MEGINNISS. at over 82.CK)0.000) ndnsT ferT
To be drawn Baltimore, 1W., Saturday, March 27th,ISM. business as aforesaid may be pursued. and upon the d .that -
._11 .. tEUE3MSO JIeS.I March 1:;, 1858. 11-Ct further a3esatHeot of Irons S.OO trf lD.$6'pei($ inirV V
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payment of the taxes levied as aioresnid, obtain r JH
%U PLUUILI. U. 5LUr. I 4LL.t L4ISJJLIi 12T I 1.1.. will "
1 Prize of.. ... .i.$3O.I0 4 Approxlmat'n to, .illOOHlv204 ccnso so t do from tha Iu tendon t;to be countersigned be V sufficient to finish th, roacl. : ;t *

: For Sale 1 .. . .i 3j 4q -.- by the Treasurer, and such license shall not be issued Stcy.7au.9 S
I I .cx ncs >a. : for period than one 1858. 2--tI' V- V
UWELLIN ith n/horter yeaf. given.u csuJ *ibt &rneifMiJuLi:
extensive
A HOTJSE > 1 ... .... 4O0O V .
fi .L-.L ground, in Tallahassee. For particu: 46 .:........ 'S.-000)) 8C.OOO --.150, 9On all shows, other than circusses or equestrian the Staled &* 'A
POET OF ST. 31ALKS. EffiELlnr* and terms, apply to j : .......... exKibitions, a,tax oltive dollars, nod on all circuescs or 1ew able and spde t sM 24Ol5$51C
..... 1,500 8 -4 100 eqoestrian exhibitions Atosicfien dollars shall be
r.-HOGUE. "
: ii .. l'w V levied and collccfed'each exaibition V
license
to
Tallahassee, March l.I$5 ti-tn 'I 1SSO S . 80
v SLliC.LWinT "S ......... 1250 authorize :whicli roust first be obtac! d from the Inten-
IC. 5l*=wer AbaatJe, T&thoteii' Orleans, wift U. *f' 4 t :: :....... .. 1.or.o 8 !.L., >co .41a0t;iind 'rjruzdjra
Left same 4a for ICe! % 4aL ? Notice. -1 ......... 1,001) f ,, doiJ '
Left&esme? Dk. ei 1th_ ; S. mtfLv Io.I ...... .. 400 40 ally of reA O
C'i +4:4. IX inonUis aflor'Jat: ,. I- ball present my final' IA. "' .... .... .. ..Jo ,. 40, ::: noTVbole 10-Upon all 1tlneroi4Efc4ha1Jd JsV
J account and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of ProvH 100'' .... ...<.< MO -<;IM vares or merchandize for sale in this city, there thai) I nd V
for Jefferson eojrnty. n administrator the 20, 00 Prize of$3 eatV VV lie leried coKaefie'd taotone r-e- V
r- Wild Pigw.z. JO iwrrcti Will annexed of the E pt of Jefferson B.r-jtillitlate-; TickeU (10, JIalf IB Qaartcri $2.O jttid ft lieuseso t&,dl: bali'first W obUSierJ from tHc"Indwidant V. S:4: : t .. .. .

of eiid! coeddeceawtt'ana, flal .frr a discharge firop ;Jf jym purcliase two Tlcke ine*of ftewmeCtrJJifate *3 I a tfehfiaid, snatlef a jpcnalffIn caso ifsp

bies *'l ; wtk 173 tId adinza'D. 4o_ of Package lCL"Wbolcf} wlHli .ez4fo$90.o0 S. -fjMe to do, of a double tax to1e imposed. tL-b Hor, VV *V441T

2. 9t 4 ) ar : 4P94 *14 : >B, :AIEs's.: J *Iffc I Tfc'AdintVwItb -,' io; r>;!tl bales : the Will annex: *!., V '*>. I. tV.

;1srr; .' March- 13,1 88.; v -j 1.41*' _;Y.T.VL _-5 ;. SV / psriiri this dy, avirvery.pcn.eeideat 1entzst, be cjtLteni -V.-
: thebq.-ipIeodU.; .eprsthghia t.tLW
riev
n do.York Sale Schemes will be faithfully and promptly flhI..d.t t sball pay W Ux'ef**o dplfars.'and obtaln'a l liceo e BL4CKST.JUS1NV S

Address, T. BUBBAJIO Co from' tbo'Intendant ; and upon fnflurl or refusal eo to'do in all 4- -V-.V- .

ILL..beiwld shall p*y donb4e1bexbsse *" V aLorderi it8v2iousbtazlbeP4ielwebMedto with. nr.

.7" r<* Mouday April nest, wzir d1er*. yJA 1 _ : 4. Be itfttrUur pF V wifl be waint1j I

,; &t 11i'iToth' Ttdn Chnautryfel; iftSfift'atiQQnA three likely PeraoosJo ,West pr South ;can.' tza4be8.tI

.tDeioe1b4oDgi13g to ib! E t4ti of Canada Summer > filled io 4ba fibilbY Collfgevtucky. st I S
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TIIs"zfimftp Sc] ii
4d a&o drawn under UU trunawmea* oS.. Frtncj ;TMadtd1y V
of F4bru 3. &% J wok sal vUfcj* tVfl%
and thildf an464ocI & Co ; Li ( branch mf? JT" i iV : l )
BART V .6e D. P. HOGU& Int.sdut.AttestL&RL1 er f pperUining to hk bnu'ceurill of arios.sty1* .
or 20 Mdreia, 1'. H. IWBBARD t CkS receive cartful and prie* _
: Adntt i?* C Special Blaster in Chancery.JOtds Loni vill KT. :$ BETTCIIInO w, Clork. prompt *U ution. supply themeeh will
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MWZDAT. bylurq"'J I UIIII'III'III.I.'OUI'., rpHB nnJm.'teg*,.ve cl*fe&rn the esti 'a.1I, '....i .. 'Ihl..,. 3ii*.
JOHF PBATOBIOUS At.T-"U._ FLO&IDA.. JL a WofTiJtahismiSjdr'Tiada*tftM&S he has COnITI*.

.Ns8.3quA&ES DYKE, ". wooldnhHediatfcataa opened a..ear shop to this pZss.joInmg.reka'i5LIeT7 lao.' WA W.OJ.JIIAUI' 'A $ t, .ue'Akxi ._

iti DS1l3.la adranoa. MEBCHANT/TAILOB, fGI'aa Mec1a.. ''SUMes, Drnu 11'1 Pt..u1Ifj FirArb: J11II.WAMI. F .hr ..Dtlf\. $ Wti
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Dealer.la Beat : Mtie CtetfelBg udGeiUeae'a rated J. L. 8 !
? ii.bonding fcnncriroceapitd by Grocer S
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$ T1I!Jjr,OF .AD.v T.I1fG. Goods. Lug Brick Stable*, at the old stud ... wher*bu prtptrtd to do aU kind,. of work ia bu. S cI0..W .S
FnIshIng Jail Heads end Stove UejeFQUflrP .
OM"I' -.1m iallrtioD. $1a OO prepared to accommodate etatooenHe the most '
the abd
&.," dMtot Brtto M T
-:2 .. Par_ Jb"FI,
his tsitofteoIng
m .at.qt 60 also has attaebed to Stables a good BJadk- st'LElfDtJ 1fii4.
pfni1Iaa' '.-..IiDIa1.d at'10 per' 7 a j nor receiving' Fall and Winter supply smith Shop where he will have hare dene all kinds of UUOlfABLE'TBRJ, .IA and Wood Store.trimmed wiUa neati** .lt. M Ht

; ,- of Cloth, Catsimeret, Testing, 4-c., oj Plantation work,Horse shoeing and Carriage work in rach M carriage]tttstt&) |del trimming;makiag new t and durability,at redoeed price PaInt DruihM. .
tm.aita Bot marked with the number of the very best manner and with promptness and dis bflgglea and wawttaand aU kinds of repairing. Having Oat Door"Work.Roofing. Garden. Seed. Txis 11ait Segm

iMcrtnat' will U oootiBatd until forbid aid charged Every Color, Style and Quality, patch.November. *. 185*. 44 procured a first fat .Ornamental Front Heads GuUtfflng Copper "They-pl of hate.*nrTaristyoi recently received tieU.a l4 abaIJI iafkI ft..a

ichlch 'I am prepared to make in the most Carriage Painter and Trimmer, aiidTIa Conducting Pipes Sheet Lead Shut d ,. tJ fJmt aDd liD .
up 9
of p Uicatioa; of kgal or eutate Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, from New York, the undersigned u prepared to do Boe Lead 1'ltis,Patent Cistern Pwape. Shop i tk itt nttaflen ). W.
.than'wfll" not to ri en BBtil. the advertising fee is fashionable style, on short notice For Sale by P. B. BroktWt tins kind of work u well and in the latest style, as it of every variety done at short notice. dad and on the Dost liberal terms 'ntf1t a..

paid AND REASONABLE TERMS Subscriber has just received can be done at the North. City aad Coaatry.HercbanU Orders from the Canntr prc.eii .
L _=p. 1 -ALSOA THE AU those who have this kind of work to do, and tion guaranteed,Yida f b' -
caD heroic
c large supply of Carriages Are respectfully Invited to give ne a par ..
'. wish it dom in a manner that will tout fill to give _
and Harness which he offers 'J
criWBuggies, elsttfrhere.ty !
LARGE AND "ELL SELECTED STOCK OF chasing rAlso.'Eppmg's .tr"
satisfaction, wcrld do well to call oh mannfitctned from the compound J1aic1
forssle on the most reasonable terma If.B. All articles very .
READY-MADE CLOTHING, November 18, 1854. 40 WM.KTflN8. I best material and warranted dunblei No other arti i Ja 5, UIJta. .. '
".-. of suitable for winter May t, *1 18 I II Is will be offered for sale. i -
Consisting every garment wear, MILES NASH & CO. I Cod Liver Ofl.TRESH .
such as Cloaks Talmas Coats Vests, Pants,Ac, Ac, October 20. 1855. 4SSyrnJiSj __
winch; will be disposed of at low prices. Dealers in Drugs, Medicinel, &c. Piano Fortes.flBBBHHM I _-- -5- t A PURE of UM celebrated BT

Also a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts, Collars received from New York per bnrk R.H.Oam / E are prepared to furnish Piano WInes, Ac. gimnClark4CoABt>antoo'..

Undershirts Cravats,Stocks, Hosiery, Ac,-. JUST a general assortment of.articles in our line, ITTn1 Y.! Fortes of the very best quality, Otard Brandy bbarkling Cidsr I For w. by AXIS4LTfXtr.
Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their such as Otis of almost every kind Burning Fluid upon the moat liberal terms. I OLD Port Old Port Jut_, April, 18M. ? it.

own interests by giving me a call, as all the above articles I White Lead, Zinc and other paInts Window Glass of They.are sesdtid to none ia any eoantry either as Madeira, Brandy ChlHe! ., I :

have been selected with great care, and with a best quality, Putty Brushes, Potash,Soda, Sparkling to quality or price. t Sherry Sardine ot1.
special iew to their adaptation to this market. Gelatin,London Mustard, French Brandy(very best,) Every Instiumentwill be warrahte'a. I Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Qvineet, t
October 18, 18:6. ly-42 I medicinal purposes Spices, Pepper, Lemon Syrup MILES NASH & CO. Flavoring Extracts, Pears SIX Months the from the first pobSeatioft of ttfc .

Inks Quinine Peruvian Bark Fluid Extract Buchu, February 23,18J6. 8 t Yeast Powders, Tamarinds, I ISrani.h undcnigned a dmmisfntor of ths z.:
STORE-NEW GOODS. I Patent tat of Robert Stnrges;deceased, lit* of Lroa :
NEW Ac, Ac, and a general assortment of Popular
Ames & Livelv, Medicines. We keep none but the very best and Town Property for Sale.THE Corn Starch Olives, Pickles Spices,, I ty. will present his final aconni jft3.Hikhm,.laU
I- administrator and ask .
for
a dtscbarr .
TTAVK h tt receiTed the following, large and well hope to merit your patronage. undersigned offers at private sale, the follow Worcestershire Haute, Salad Oil, I DA.lEL D.STURGES* .tdJatb;
& DANIHEIMER MILES NASH A CO. ,
JLL Hlfeted wrtoetrt of BRUSHES which are WEBER I described property known as the Jravii Lots English Mosiafd, Capers I Jan. '. U58-tm .
ffered for isle oo at reasonable terms U can be afforded MERCHANT TAILORS March 29, 1856 18WAKULLAIRON I viz: Lots NJS. 3,26.27.30.48.140,141, 147, 148, Claret, Cocoa, i

hey Sootbera Market m: : 144, 226, 227.285,289.240.241.242.243, !44. 245 AMES LIYILY. : Insolvent Estate
Pant Brushes ground from 0 to 000000 AND DEALERS IX i WORKS 248, 246,250, 252, 253, 254, 256, 257,258, 268, all. January 5, l8. I Notice.
do do do Copperbound from Ho. 1 to 6, 'I READ r-JrADE CLOTHING I II I :Neoogv Por1i F1a. in the original plan of the city Tallahassee. 'I -t I STATE OF FLORIDA, )

White Wash Brushes of aft grades and sizes I I _n -ALSO--- Liverv and Sale Stable.i JEFFERSONjOOUNTY, f
"Window do Hone do AND Tstablshment i it Xnw fUller. Poll Blast.
8hoe 14.h pairs and with too knots.k QCUTLll'rttr- runrtioniNO aOQD.p This -...- Lot. Nos. 1,2, X, 4, 5.8, 7, in S.Oonnly qr.A THE undersigned gives no JOHN D. REICHERT Bnrgdotft;,adminlitwlor late of J ferlotf of fit fe&i

> "do"Velvet do I -- the death of Mr.Pond, Mr. GEO. e. KIKQ L' 0- that be baa put- deceased baa filed m the Probate office fit Jefftrsi eofcitt

Horse Hair Flesh do curved and plain I' SUBSCRIBE'Sreow opening, at SINCE charge; all communications, therefore Lots If.. 4, 12, IS, 15, 16, !2. 25, S9, 40, 48, 01 chased tbe Livery Stable of. county, a written soggesUon that ho believes UM el-
Tooth Hair and Nail Brashes in great variety .' THE Store next to Messrs. G.A J. Mt' in- 11 relative to work, Ac., should be addressed to him. 61,in the South i County quarter.The William ILNewsom,in Tallahassee,together with the tate of Charles Borgdorflt to be _Ifeiat. Tbwrevo-
bfanVs do do : niss, a well selected Stock of Fall and Winter All work coming tinder tbe head of this business above described property formerly belongedto good will of the establishment and that be is now on notice is hereby given to all persons ha vagdai isgaint
Horse d. Fleh Gloves, I Goods suitable for will be promptly mechanically and neatly executedat Go,.Brow For further information and term. prepared to carry on the business in all its branches, said estate to appear and file tit tatne witi

Wire booad Stencil Brushes, GEXTLEMENS1 WE..J.R.I as moderate a charge as price of labor, tc, willjustlf. which will be liberal apply to A.Perry Amaker,Esq and promises the public with good accommodations the Judge of Probate of said county on or bslorl
in his line reasonable terms.FJCHARD.
I Attorney at Law Tallahassee. S. on
do de..m the third day of May next when there win be a
Ittafconnd Roof do I I coasting in part of French and English Cloths, Cas- This Establishment is not kept up for the purpose CHARLES P. MANNING. SAUNDERS. distribution of the funds belonging to said estate p"rata
Handle Ser ab do i I simeres and vesting of the latest style and best qual.I making money (strange to say) as dear bought Until sold,the above property will be for rent. Sep. 6,1866 86 amongst the creditor thereof; at which time the said
Poooah and Lackering do I ity which they are prepared to make up to order in i experience has demonstrated to me, it cannot be done A. PERRY AMAKER. --'- ---- -- --- ----- -- John D.Reichert will apply tor his fin4 dtesharrf.

Guilders tips and Graining Combs j I a workman like and fashionable manner and on REASOKABLE in this region at this branch of business-but for the February 16, 1856. 7-tf Madison Circuit Court. from the administration of said estate.

Camera Hair and Badgers Blenders! I Tc&Hfi. Also a good assortment of benefit of the Bnfortnnate, who happen to"have Engines Cannon :H.SMpp. Administrator of THOMAS J. CHASE Judge Probate:

do do Pencils R and such like, repair. 78,000 Havana Segars it Oct.SI, un.Cm
ADY.MADECLOTHING Cannon ShJpp deed
I ,Comp't. _
Shaving Brashes-Badger,Buffalo and Bristle 77i Pattrrn S !' ,
Tool Jbc.
< ( Mtifhinrry, being
,
do consisting of Fine Black and Colored Cloth Frock the following favorite brands now in Store w
Hat I I
Large in Order, and Good Condition' OF Reddin C. Clarissa Win- Notice
Together with a large lot of Paints and Paiaters Ma Coats,Fancy Caseimere, Business Coats Black and Jobs can b. Titrntd Ont with and for sale by AMES & LIVELY. Shipp,
William! Smith and Ia
terials.JTor. i;I Colored Kaplans and Over Coats Black and Fancy A'tatnt and Dltpatch 4000 Young America, gate Molsey, } Chaasery.. Months after date the nadcnigDeti f adnm;
SIX
his wife slid their Deseetrdants
.14, 18(7. 47 I!! Doeskin and Cassimerc Pants, Figured Grenadine 3000 Ho Napier, of the Estate of John Ingraftr, dfinnssif
: Shafting, Pullics, Plumber Boxes, Hangings for 6000 El Mundae Neva Londraa Britton King and Elizabeth hk .
< and Fancy Silk and Cassiraere Vests. I' lat of Oidsden eonaty wH} present &Is fitel aesooi
No. 5U2. 1[ I II Shaftings. Spur Gearing Water and Steam Pipe, 8000 Empress Eugenia wife and their Descendants V- I to the Judge of ProbaU of said county, and ask to
I I F -.A.LSO- Stop Cocks Gauge Cocks, Grate Bars,Plow Castings, 6000 La Isletas, I fendantf. be discharged. LEWIS D.JONES. AdatV.

i i I Sugar Rollers, Cireular and Upright Saw Mill and 4000 Old Figaro appearing-to the satisfactkm of the Court by f la fM of his rite.Noy. .
A good assortment of black and fancy silk cravats Gust Mill Gearing Circular and Uptight Saws te, 2000 Mon Mura', I IT affidavit filed in this cause, tfrat none of laid Defendants .1.18514i6m

BY THE PRESIDENT 1 1I I and ties, shirts merino, silkand_ cotton under shirts I I collars socks, gloves tc. Notice. In Fart, Here ie the Place for all tbat Want 5000 Andesdes Rlrss that the said Reddin C.Sbipp resides in the State Insolvent Istat.
(OF THE UNITED STATES. .: The subscribers are new beginners and not entirely Work in this Line Done up Right and with Dispatch. 10000 La Fontica of Georgia, the said Claricsa Whigate in the State I otice.

-__- nnVnown to the community and they pledge Hating some half a dozen Engines myself constant- 7000 El De Orion, of North Carolina, and that the residency of the said pefsons hatmg claims agaiast the estate of

TO of law I, JAMES BUCHANAN themselves to give satisfaction to all who may favor running, caused the Establishment to be erected- 12000 Regalia Londrti, i William and Molsey Smith, and their Descendants, I ALL Jtt. Williams, late of Leon eoonty d.

-L President pursuance of the United States of America, do them with their patronage.J. the fame cause must keep it up. Therefore, you can 2000 EIecc 01t. I and Britton and Elizabeth King, dfid their Descendants :. ceased .ate hereby notified to appear sad fife the

hereby declare and make known that public sales WEBER, always rely on having work done at tbe Oct. 17, 1851.42 i are unknown to the Cofnptafoant? but that according same with the Judge of Probate of Leon covnty oa

will be held at the undermentioned land office in the L DANNHEIMER.Sept. WAKULLA IRON WORKS ii i to the best information fee can obtain, they tie before the fiU:day of July 1 858,for payment

State of Alabama at the period hereinafter designated $, 1857. 39-tf H DENTISTRY.DR. resides (if any of them are ttvifig) In some of the tittti the executor of said estate having filed a writtnfsoggssOon

to-wit: But Here Comes the Next Important Thing. I South Western State of iU msedrency.
At the land office at Elba.commencing on Monday T. J. CUR LEE, S It is on motion ordered, tint file Defendants appear D. W. GWYNN

the 6th day of April next for the disposal of the pub- A. B. CLARKE, PAY PAY !!! PAY continue in future the and answer the Complaitrani's Bill, otherwise : Judge' of Probate:
he lands situated within the following named townships WILL of DENTISTRY, in pr&e-@I the said bill shall be taken pro-contesso. It is farther Jan.f, 1858 lftHotice.
riz: now-receiving his Fall and Winter Stock of You will send to New York Philadelphia and Baltimore and Middle and East ; ordered, that a copy of this order be published
IS Georgia
Goods suitable for and have work done, without for a moment weekly for four rootths in the Tallahassee Floridian
Jfortk At &OM lint and Wat flu TaUaAauMMeridian. H. has had several practical experience fa the f .
/ of dreaming of credit but here at home where there are years I
HE 8' WEAR no Banks or Banking facilities,or snrplot capital jon profession the last three His of which has been iff those day of December A.D, 1857. I SIX Months ati z'date. I shaU neeotrix ef tW

FractiooaltowusLip7ofranges1,t. 10, 11, 12, want 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 years credit and then require seetwos eotrtrtfy. work is of the most Deautiftil J. WAYLBS BAR Judge. tate Benjamin JooasoB late of Jeffersoif
;. 11. 14, 15, IS.and 17. consisting in part of French and English Cloths Cassimeres one to ride from 69 to 600 miles far jmjt and probably and durable"Character and satisfaction ic guaranteed Dee.19,1857. n-4m county Florida dMessed. fender my fiisal aecouats/
I Fractiooaltowusbip6ofrauges 18,19,30,21,22, I I and Vestiogs of all colon,and of the bestqual ultimately expend from 10 to Zd per cent of in every instance. I and apply to tXe Honorable Tboouu J.Chace Judge1'
: !'U. 24,and 25.rFractona1.ect.ona5,26,27,8and. ity which be is prepared to manufacture to order on amount in collecting( Is tIns right Is this encouraging AU communications seat to Monticello, Fla, will In the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit of 6f Probate of the Court of Probate ef said e.
i SO, of frac- the most reasonable terms and in the most Home Industry If so, can yofl be surprised receive attention as sooa as previous engagementswill florida.Eoc.eh S for a discharge eat farther admiatstratioa ofthesaarestate.

ei'ooa1townshp6orange26. FASHIONABLE MANNER that it does not thrive I permit S.R4& A.JOHjraOIf.Montieello. .
.
sections 26 28 and 20 of fractional H.Forbes and his wife, So- ; K f i
Fractional Arrangements must be made for payment before t. 87. U-tni
to'township 6.of range 27. Together with a general assortment of delivery of work, through some House in this place .EPB.J O.I : san Catharine Forbes I' : _

Fractional section 26,and the east \ of fractional BEADY-MADE: CLOTHING St. Marks, or Tallahassee-that is far enough from M.Wflliftnr Hetice.
<.. section 28.of fractional township 6.of range 28. home. OO't.M.S. PMRT ti01MIt.JJo ; C.Saunders,Executor aadEsther

Lands appropriated by law or the use of schools that will compare favorably with any stock of Clothing You may be good, but we cannot run after our .J.L.SEW.nD. > DO..TI., Ga.Homi. B.Rce. Executrix,of the In Leoa sou- SIX Months tfler dat. ire rfe UJ iffod ad-
joOhary,and other purposes will be excluded from ever exhibited for sale in this city, consisting of hard earnings hi this Department. Besides when How. P.E. Lon, ] last Will and Testament of Jo- Vty- In Cbanseph n of UM(Estate of Join Smith 4eewed *-

tbeaale. I Fine Black and Colored Cloth sod Frock Coats Labor is credited ont, parties try hard to make them- W.S. Dawoa-ra, ) w/u.it/.. zHofl. Miller deceased William eery late .f Gad.den.oenty.will present our fiaaf
The offering of the above lands will be commenced' Fancy Casaimcre and Beaver Frock and Business selves believe it is not ball done because tbev. ewe R r. W.EL H.um70., / C.Saunders J m" Miller, Josepb accounts aDd votfeAers to the Horn.Jodr sS J'r9ball'r

on the day appointed, and will proceed in the order Coats for it. ..il.C.McGHEE, t Madison, w a.flan. Miller, Daniel McCauley, .f said county jrJ at to be dueharceiTHOMAB
in which they are advertised until the whole shall Black and colored Cloth Beaver and Pilot Orer- DANIEL LADD. Cot.D. C.POPE, f Thomas Clark,and his wife MAr- SMITH, t-

have been offered and the sales] thus closed; but the Sack Snrtouts.I New Por July 11, 1857. 28 .M. WHIT Sum Alligator Fix l tha C.Clark and John Miller. ) JOIIN H.3M1TH. ralatn.
ale shall not be kept open longer than Iwo weeks, Raglan's Black and Fancy Doeskin and Cassimere April 25, '57. 17GREAT appearing to the sutisfocfion'011 the Cor by affidavit 0I1 1,-(ov.21,1837. fl-t
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and no private entry of any of the binds will be admitted Pants, Cloaks I 8 O .----I II ,made and filed in this cause that Win.
until after the expiration of the two week Best Grenadine, Barathea Satin and Cloth Vesta, Mantillas, &c C. Sarmderff, James Miller Joseph Miller Daniel 1'otio .

Given under my band st the city of Washingtion Fancy Velvet, Cast imerc, Silk and Cashmere do., and unlined McCanTey, and John Miller. Defendants, in the Bill
this nth day December. A.D, 1857. White Silk do, TALMAs.lined Hoods I School & Seminary Lands. filed in the above stated cause,reside beyond the jurisdiction rpHE JL HSJ e f<5gnd six months dil'date wffl pvc

JAMES BUCHANAN.By Gents'Shawls Dressing Robes, Fine Shirts Silk Printed Plush duBasque of this Court and beyond the limits of the febrtoHdnVJodgfe'of ProttiU fir Leas-County
the President: Cotton and Merino Under-shirts I' Cloaks NOTICE is hereby given, that in pursuance of State of Florid*, but wfthin the United Stats: It is their final aecotmts of the estate of Alfred MI Gatliodecea37d (
THOS.A.HENDRICKS, Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. Zone Wrappers.Moire win offer for sale at public auction afl the therefore ordered,that said Defendants, William' C. and ask for a discharge from the iIin

Commissioner of the General Land Office.JfOTICE and Cloth Cloaks, BEXWARY LANDS Saunders James Miller Joseph Miller Daniel Mc- I tration ot1 Matey '
-A LSO- Rich Velvet do -JUJD ALSO AU.THES1XTEENTH Caulcy, and John Miller, appear and answer said ; SARAH A.BtttOjt; ExtrTURBUI'r >::

A Sable Black and Brown Sable Fur Setts Bill, On or before the first Monday in May next,1858, B.BETTON. Ett'
TO PEE-EMPTWy CLAIMANTS. general assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and I ia 01 his wu.
Satin Stocks Ties and Cravats Collars colored and Children's Fur Tippets and Cloaks SECTIONS, otherwise tie Complainants Bill shall be taken as right ;
: entitled to the of IWZ.
Every person right preemptionto confessed them. Provided, That of Sefit.JS. 3>- ni
against a
any of the hinds within tbe townships and parts of white Kid and Silk Gloves Buck and Lisle Threaddo. BUTLER 4 DENHAJf. and binds elected to supply deficiencies therein ]I-?- thin order be in copy in
published a printed
townships above enumerated i is required to stabli&h Ladies Gauntlets superior Linen Cambric and Oct. 17, 1857. 42 ing and befog !in the Counties hereinafter named at 'fisflahsssee, Florida.once week newspaper for four months Notie1r.
tb.same to the satisfaction of the register and receiver Silk Handkerchief, Brown and Fancy Cotton, Lisle the ftom herein specified. The sale of tie hinds lying the said Rule Darm A.D 188. -- -----
of the land office at Elba and Maie payment Thread and Marino } Hose Ac, &. CALL AND Look at This in each county will tate place before &e doer of preceding Ordered1 ad Cfcimtery- 2MJr Mar day, of Dcaember, SIX Months after date I tail pfefent my final ss-

therefor u too* practicable after teeing thi no- BUY.October rf"HOSE who have cot supplied them- I tbe Court-house in which they respectively The I A.D", is$. it W AYLES BAKER Judge. and vttftbers to the Hoi: I ude of Pro-
18
lite, and before the day appointed for the commence' 1856. 42 i I nal! Will 'irnmPfld- bate, Jefferson county as administrator with the
JL Jan. 2, 1858. l-4m
selves with stock for tbe
meat of:.rbtio sale of the lands embracing the -------- would do ten towaft and see preacntyear.our lot be..__ I In Madison' Cnty; on Monday the 12th of I Will annexed of the Estate of Mary SaltonstaD. laU
tract c' wise such fiUIm.will be forfeited. I Congress Water. elsewhere. i FULTOH FOmm1tY of said ctrmity dec'ea3d, and ask for a discharge frootf
fore purchasing We have several floe S April next ; said administration..
THOS.
Commissioner of the A.General HENDBICK8 Land Office. AFRE&2 mpply,just received. and for sale by pair of borses well broke and also several ANo., 1 i 11n Columbia County/ on Monday the 19/A of Tallahass FJa. JOSHUA TA.YLoR. AdmtY ic.
harness horses which will offer for sale ,
J&O.II. U 8. 8 AMES A LIVELY single we on April next; I UNDERSIGNED N.v.7, 1857. 45-Ins ,
the most reasonable terms. S beg leave to inform the
_Sept..19, 1857.__ __ 38_ Weather permitting we will be in Tallahassee on In Alachua Counly, "Monday the 36/A of S THE that they have associated mreHes inbowness
United States Mail line or about the 18th or 20th inst, Aprtl next ; under the name and style of Notice. .

-raojf Hats & Caps HILL A HILLS, In Lery Cotnttyf on Thursday the 29th of Carty, Bayt & C m FINE A CAPSFaU Jan.16 ]S58.- attGllSMITH S Estate Charles T.J. ingeltcll. late of Jefferson '
assortment HATS next
April
NEW ORLEANS TO KEY WESTINTERMEDIATE \ } for the purpose of following the trade Founders'acd
%J\. and Winter StylesHODGKISS In Marion County, on Monday the 3d of May Machinists and are prepared to execute all kinds of county, Florida deceased render my final aecouats .
and to the Hon. of Probate,.f
-AND- apply Judge
SCOTT & POOLE. -
SHOP. next work appertaining to this business. Steam Engines .
FRORIDJL PORTS, St-pt.l9, 1857. 38 j'lIB ; furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction. said cotiaty for a discharge from further administration
-. -. -- -- --- I I In Sumpter County, on Thursday he C/A of of said estate.
Sugar Mills and Castings of all kinds trade with
cojrsrcrra WITH TUB Boys & Gents ,- undertigned begs leave to inform the citizens May next ; neatness and dispatch. Plans and estimates furnished CHARLES T.J.SINGELTON.S .

STEAMER ISABEL 1 0:this place an] surrounding country that he In Hernanda County,on Monday the 10th of of nil kinds of Machinery and Engineering. They Qualified Edr.NOT. .
FALL &, WINTER 1857. -
CLOTHING.
re* KAVAXA LID CJUJUJESTOV a ur won.tm has openeu a number oneGUNSMITH 1 May next; are also sole agents (or Hoard & Sons Steam Enginesfor m

.. CALL and see our Stock. It is large and well se SHOP, I In IfUlsbcro' County, ort Saturday the 15th Ginning Cotton Grinding and Sawing and 1brrisoo's
HODGKISS SCOTT d POOLE. Grist Mills fur steam or horse power.JOSEPH R'oticeALL ,.
THE SOUTHERN and that he i iw now prepared to do all kind of work I of May next;

Sept 19, 1851 $8Adminjsmthr's.__ ___ belonging to his line of bumnCJS in tb e best and most I. In Manatee County, on Tuesday the 10lh of WILLIAM CARDY BAY, persons having demands against the estate of'

SteaJ11.hip Company workmanlike manner. All work lone atP bop May next. 0. S. WALKER, JOHN CARDY. Ellis deceased late Jefferson county
Sale. ,will take notice that flttat them
warranted. tjrty present to
May SO,ffif.
07 Innr OELK.U Register, SfC.Jan. 22-1y
Call andffive him a rial Jg3 I the undersigned duly aathentieated withm the tuae
Monday the 1 6th of March next, will be sold rSf .
taken the mail contract for above ON 16, 1858. 8-18t law this notiot will be ia'
HATING ports Auction Room a lot Silver Spoons, AUGUSTUS BBOWTf I I Winter prescribed by ,or plead
two first class Sea Steamer my Supplies. bar of their and all indebted to-
regularly Ac. R.H.BERRY Auc. Shop next door to J. & G. Zuker's, Harness recovery; persons
"
twie a month meeting in the Spanish Hole on the Feb.13, 1868. 7-tds SHOP. .: From New York, STOCK .now complete and open for m- said estate are hereby notified to Bake immediate
OUR
Ifth and mil sad leaving the same evening. \&, and usual payment to the !, .
THE STEAMER SPRAY" ------ --- Tallahassee Dec. 19, 1857. 51InsGARDEN PE. B/lIG REMINGTON." comprises as ,a good selectiotfof CHARLES T.TAYLOR, J..dmh;

will l av.New Port'in the morning and St. Marks Rice Rice. SEEDS! CRUSHED: Sugar, OdotM/ Groceries, Hardware.Hollo-are- ,TiaSad Feb.20, 1858. 8-Sw -

Urarfflw oa UM arrival of the Can from Tallahassee O A TIERCES RICE, 20 Lalf tierces do. Wo Coffee, dlery Crockery Glass-ware Cooking and Par -5
kIr mcO,pa engen,baggage and irdgfat to aDd t JvJ tar w. to arrive per Henry Nntt from ChAr. GKOWTH OF 1857. Powdered Java lor Stores, Dry Goods, Iron tod Steel, Furniture Notice.StX .

from(iuStaaaier,and retorning in season for the al- leston. McNAUGHT ORMOND CO. Bee Hive Syrup Starch Hat and Cape Boots and Shoes and .
weuld call the attention of friends aDd Months after the first of
our pjblieatioa D0-
Uraooa train.Th Dee. 19, 1857. 61 WE Dried Apples, Soap, Yankee Notions of all sorts.
public generally to our present Large and I ,the andenigtttd wfll .present his fin/a
All which offer for and solicit
Rice Pepper we sale respectfully
travelling pobbe eaa now rest aspired that this well selected Assortment of count and vouchers as administrator of the Estate
long d.aircd sod frequently attentpUd eomonnica- Flows.A White Bean., Ginger an inspection of same by our friends and the public. of Eliza J.Jerkins, deceased late of Leon eoonty,
ties to and from UM abore ports b ia inch hands a FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. Fulton Market Beef Alspice.1 1 McNAUOHT, ORMOND & CO. and ask for j c&cBarge. W.B.M ILLS, AdmL'r.JaD. .
FINE LOT various sizes,
U vazraft penfeaotoej mod taeooc.rnniiijiin Saleratis Sweet Oil, Newport. Nor. 14, 1857 46
S 23 1858. Urn
for sale biMcNAUGILZ Our Seeds are procured from a Old Climate aud800aequeut.1y Soda Sperm Candles ,
..having clan acrvaata most us to -
clearing them at the Ceston UODM, baton foiag Mboard. ORMOND & CO. will flourish the better in a warmer one, Pot Ash Adamantine Candles, AETNAINSURANCE
Jan. 23, 18S8. 4Liverpool ".nch as ours. fST" Call early or send your orders, Macearew, Green Peas Notice.SIX .
i jx
Qf, Also t tow' Baggig JOBTMJorforttcr !/. Sack- 'Salt. that you may secure the varieties AMES you dL desire.LIVXL Y. Mace, Asparagus, COHPANY months after date, still present my final ae

partarabra. y.toDANIEL Pickles assorted Tomatoes and voucher to the Hon.Judge of Probatwfor
January 9, 1858. 2CoPartnership OF HARTFORD.
LADD, Agent. O ft A A SACKS, Cargo Brig J. Carre?daily ex- Yeast Powder Current Jelly II Jefferson eoooly u administratrix of the .ZstaUr
Xiv .IIIJfJl-un.; 18 u\/V pecUd. Will be sold low in large Iota Matches Lobsters. of Benjamin Wind late of said eooaty deceased1
Notice in Charter
oo chipboard Spanish bole.MCNAUGHT. -A LSO- Incorporated 1819.- Perpdnal.0 and uk fc?a discharge from said adninjsrratioa.JANK .

IEILoADkt1NN1N13 ORMOND A CO. THE undersigned hare this day formed a -&. 'A general assortment of Teas. CASH S WINDHAM.. Admfx.
CAPITAL
Feb. 6, IMS. 6 under the name and style of -A LaoAD ,-81OOOOOO. Feb.8. 111& 3emS
MULES.
; BtIyer d Gorxn.anand extensive assortment of assorted CANDY. I3BUBE AGAIKST LOSS AND DAMAGE BY FIRE
Lochfines For sale by R. H. BERRY. 05 TEEMS ADAPTED TO THE HAZARD Notice. 5
continue business In
will the all its branches at
9 A HALF BBIS.Loebfine Heiiiags just landed the Old Stand Towle & Myers, where they intend -Sept, 26, 18(7. 89 AND CONSISTENT WITH THE LAWS persona having demanda against the Esfair

:j-- A\3 and for sale price $10 half barrel keeping a full assortment of all articles appertainir OF COMPENSATION. ALL John Parkhfll deceased,late of Leon county

TRAINS tEAV1 FERNANDINA'DAILt MeNAUQHT ORMOND CO. to their branch of business,and hope by constant attention Butler & DenhAm B. C. LEWIS, Agent, are hereby notified to present them to the andes*

fit to merit the patronage heretofore extended For Tallahawe and vicinity. signed administrator within the time
_
for," now opening their FALL aid WINTER on"'bed.:3
&arbaar B to the late firm. ARE August IS, 18S7. 88QUININE
D.c1,18i7.Nzw which law & they will be barred; and all
complete and varied
eoci_food.)onlj.t raijes frem Fort Har -JOOD. 8ELIM W. MYERS. comprise a -
lee,inimitfiiit tri-we for OaibellSsVlQttDopy,'Oeala' Tam Bad JUST RECEIVED Dress department will be found some of the mostbeautiful .
6IIJl& TaDahaiate 1 [(16] 1858. 8-tf 1Oirtci
,Jasuary .
anpcaaUfaEastaod'Bocih Florida.. At Bkldwin and elegant, LUST received 800 Oracxs Sulpfa Qul.IDe."an' ,
(the J MCte of the Jakborffl cad Allatov Road) NEW BOWS* .. Skkstriped Silk Robes, tl Broad,together-with a great variety S 5 '

.oiinsctlog"$taget for lacbc, AIIptGr.. DO RE-A Stroller b Europe; The Original Extra Quality Flounced M dark ground .f pore Oheawsls AMIS &LIVELY. .. .
,.u.aU liMlddh.J1orIcIa. do u m bright ingest g, 1851 n
pobta EL GBIVGO-TraTeb b Mexico CORN STARCH. _
iaa
__ r1CEBVLE.. ; Solid Color Moire Antiqoe, SIX: Months after date I shall present aajr
DR.KAHBB: Antic ExptdHk*; for Rack ,do do Ladies Dress Goods. .sol vouchers to thd Hsoorahk.Joda
lea
expressly Paddings Cream
MEMOIR of 8.S.Pratte,Speeches, .; PREPARED of Probate Jefferson eoontadmikiitntoc;-wf
:dafly (Suodays THE DAYS of my life-A novel by the *Mange,Costards. Pies Porriges, Flounced BeragM wise erfottd LATEST FaD and Winter styles of new and beau the estate of Alfred W,Roper late of raid ooosrfy.deoeased. '
.. "-.-..J. .. I* U of to. Received trash fcy .AKJS a LlTEL1'. Delaine Robe a Baize .
= ..?.. iZ, A* author Uaretfet aad ZaJdee; Stripe and Bayadere Robes of Silk and ask tat a discharg*froea sold admin-
-
.-.. d.. .,,.,>>t,..pr ft Ja S ISABEI,-Auovel; 0.t 1I$' 41 Tog.tber.with.. fine assortmeni of Black Silks Poplins and Delaine, Trimmings Laecs. Embroideries iatrat oa..u.J1II. fULYSOB, M" "
L .J ex- ,just byBODGKISS.
,. ;
March 1858. .1 :
ur.i.,.M...+ ...." ... .....,_& .I'. .YASCON8EL03-A. DOn SeaIIaad8eed. Flgored Herboa;PUio do,Blade Bombasbe French SCOTT & POOLE.V4pt.19,185't. . --I. S
AmIwM7- k.aC. .-:;;. ;.. 4411.1iMB1Oj3d .' .. 5- li8Immstte,4 Embroidered Setia Bmssela pta& AppUqo.tb n '. .r
TAil IWP (tJ.t ctlae ;- McDOUOALLAHOBBTl FIlm Sea Island Cotton deed foejaleby S.tis Real pobt Ics 1TkH ifwte- fipw, ., .
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McHAUGHT.ORHONDACO. OeLj' 1Th1'4.1 "
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CIi'ny sad.
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7irvaa witIa Staset'"forbot 'r1'S J&o.nISU. ; S,4 .A-u. ..'
1IDi" V.ll -
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''4":1..1"1IDi \ ,. .. .:. "i". B"'_.tolfebters( : -Boo:83io:; '\ : JIelUthBitterl.mO ;: ''CoxJlXaDOUOALL" eesaa3IItak n.w w de.aJJj-1i IiIi" : tL'
OB1Y.
I' ,. -S those ufaring.lDtbIit1, eofobl8dheUi .the tIf1. ./
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