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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 27, 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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rafr55iun1 Qnrb5.iILES rofr5iann1 onb asinrgg (CartiWM. : A ricnltaral InforBialion.COMPILED I try ((313-3 the editor of Poster's Spirit of the defend himself from any attack of the des- di4 A

Times) to spend a few weeks, with n friend of per do. The Infernal Impf rrrn at>,"Ac4t

Ffilt TC VASUIrGT0N VMON. mine, I drove a very handsome horse, and a About eleven o'clock last night, one of the Stale, passed by the Geoeriff. : AiiiyiVjF a.

NASH & Cot E. ANDERSON, The Bulletin of the United Slates Agricultural good 'un, but vas always annoyed about his guards got a shot af htm, but averted Ida fire 1855; ,bating provWc" aoairea

t X.aiii Society for"March will he sent gratuitously I cost, z.s it was more liko a lot of bristles than upon a change of position, fur fear of shoot State works, lor theconstruct

EAIBRS IJT -ANDSOLICII to life-members ol the society. Specimen I a horse's smooth skin and ?M the grooming: jug Crabb. '"connecting the wale/s eJ&.Mto with

DRUGS, p3& PAINTS, OR IN EQUITY copies furnished to Jill applicants at thesecrctary's he c .uKl! get "wouldn't do it no good." My Tin* entrance to the cell ia very narrow, tbo e of Indian ri-i'er1i' tfcjfJIrtpjiP&'liara

office, No. 350 Pennsylvania fiiend, who is a groat horse-breeder and fancier the door of plate iron, with a small grating that the initiatory slips &tt i JtlJjfjiJfliC/fy

MEDICINES, Jg OILS MAKIA NA, FLA."PRACTICES avenue. made me try giving him a few carrots at tho top for ventilation The door opens the commencement,oC tb yorkUfiTpfwraof

TY7"OtTLD inform Ifceir nemls nnd the public. -0- Fruit. Sir William Templa has observed every day out of my Land, saying that he inward and ia very strongly fastened. It is Perry, Laving an eye stflg1t4giiate4!

Tl they have on Land a good aoaoitraent oTiuc j _I ton and Fmuklin in the Courts in the Jarkroft, \Vnihinr- that the love gaidens is the only passion I would have a good smooth coat in tnree impossible to get at th scoundrel without good of the greatest mrailirr ,'of,hiteHo.W

articles.t! arc generally kept in their line of business in the United- Statta Supreme DiatnctCoLit Court nt Marianna.and at- which augments with age, an'] adds tl.-it all I weeks ; .nd ho was right! for in that time UMRg great force, which wr learned would citizens of the State-'thus far* -4.

&oii will be receiving reu1nrIv fresh supplies.] TLeii Apalachicola. men eat fruit who can CP* :t ; to that the rny horie had a beautiful: sleek! glossy coat, bo applied this morning, nnlets! ho thoald be ministration puVuTiifialrs IJ.tO1n1ed

terms shall be reasonable. REFERENCES: choice is only whether ono \vill e5t good or and aii from catinn a few carrots daily. He shot during the night. During tie cay! great commissioners todi7bi4'e;

Tallahassee, April 9th 1853-_14._ Hon.J. TplcBaker, Tnllahaa, had ; and all things produce! in a garden, tells me it is infallible.I fears were entertained that ho would! kill!! the in question-and theyc.wifl -'- *"*"

Dr. Miles H. Nash H. L. Rutgers. Agent S. W. R. Bank, whether of salads or fruits, a poor man will ic of Hen Manure on Corn.-I have {t guard, and for fear ol that, active operations the perforance of

OrrX&S BIS rnoFEssLoAL.bzav1cEsTo THE CITIZEN, OF Hun.Isaac.1 WiJgcc'nAg't..J. Finley. Marl B.: nna.ColumbuB, Marianaa. eat better who has a garden of his own than I been ia the habit of using hen manure, ap- v/ere not pushed forward. Those best in- prise, to which bttt .1iUI v,. ?'.... ,_ efl*
a rich man who has none. iormetl think tl.rois.now lull -dangerof heretofore?to h Ttr-bttcft Tptbt tttLmfafylng
TALLAHASSEE AM SUUUorXD GCOUXTfiT. Dec, 12, 1357. 50-Ciu piieJ Jn the hill, o>i ct-rn for a number of very grti
wl'b Dr. M. NashimiEediatcly eaetof tbe j Strawberry Beds.-They thonld \b'i kept years with excellent success I take rny hen his putting his threat into execution, as be to know is rfganled'oy '< ,

OFFICE EDWIN A. HART, free from Weeds r.nd grass ; well waleied manure to a coven'cnt place, (say a barn must know that death would instantly be bia as one of the grzdtfft unpuxtJHtcerOfew pfto,,

: May 19 1855. 20MEDICAL ..a-ttcxriaoy- Lw when in flower and ivhen bearing. To keep floor) and pulverize it thoroughly, then mix lot. ( pie residing m the neighborhood ofelne twit

NOTICE. Tallahassee Florida.WILL the ground always moist and the fruit clean two.eixths ashes and one-tixth plaster, with Hall, the convict, is represent"d to be a rivers not only, bat also,dfjti&jwUlftof-East.<

various methods are adopted, the favorite Icing an equal proportion of the manure in bulk, of most desperate scoundrel. In view of bisj Florida. Entertaining Ihcfc'vieWljf idtt*.

Drs. Robertson & Bond District.practice in and the the Circuit Supicni.Courts Court of the of.Mid-this a i.iulch of spent tat!. It keeps down the both ashes and plaster. After preparing my j character and his tfweats, our citizens were posed to allow no time to belost : n3 no effect

AVING fanned a cu partnership i'i Ibr prncliccf State a1J] the DrstiCoint! of the United Pt ,i--s, sit 1 we"ds, yields a tannic acid ; keeps the ground gi-ouudby spreading ((says) 2f cert loads of much alarmed for the safety of Crabb, who to be spared in pros cntinglhb 'uilc to _

H their profffcbion offer their set vices tx. 'be citizen Tialja-i. OfEc, nyuthe store of icrrs. [ moist, and pieserves ihe fruit from dirt and stable or other goon mamiro on the turf, and is well known and highly appreciated, and l a speedy completion. -Th$-.tajaabla molts

if TV.i-i'u-see'! ruJ suiio-md.ng country.OSiec G. t, ,J. 5jr] mMa p'orghing! it under, I mark out my ground I who has a family residing in the city. which; will follow cinue&low'.te' ttxf

::=r over Ito StcrcLtlcly cu.upieJ by 13 t J n. SO, Jbon. f, I I Hard Times will scon reaeo if the people I without either harrow ing or bashing, and then I Yesterday everything was done which well understood y.enr'pe.Utise; re.penting. *

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They must make thi? Eldorado of their (utuio hill, cither planting my corn close! beside, or I ty. Xo cl.r.ncc woald the convict give for The emigration( to the diitanVWest at an

E BAllffAIil) Jr. LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, happy homes r.nd a cuiupf-leacy, instead! of Licking on a utile dirt with my f jot oier ti2! i iiiikiure nry injury to himself, a? ho either etudionsly early day, ,of! Bill/.Bow legaHa jij'wiljr and

TALLAHASSE, FLORIDA.orritr ll.e delusive' pro preU of a mete Fpiculation.ViTe an! [pla.nti.ig) tlirer-tiy OR St. I row | kept the guard !between l.im and the grating, sVage tribe of Seminoles; beTn mnrregar-

WILL COrSTIJCCi: THE rr FTAT!. iv THE S\MI: uriLr-NQ AKD orrosiTz : have a lich and frriling cnjntry. It will I both wa\s, three and one-half! fc-t. In (this or laid down! r.gainst the doer; and out of the ded as almost certainty 'th.*fseiKlie* for
DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS THE BOOK Or THE rJ.f'UIUIAN A JOURNAL OFfTlCE.T7.n.L rrarh of f-uot. lie have intercommunication between tbe variods
: from the romimncemei.t. Let reoplejul..j \.-ay I hare sycccf-dt-d in getting fine crops i I n professed To no secs

c AT THE OLD STAND, SIC.* \V T Leon Pinc-'ce, \\ j.l.uKa.in the Jefleison Circuit Cocrttof Oa-J r. pnv; t the certain and p-ofiti.hle business nf I generally uc e rVji.t 13 Itisl.tls of hen: :r..s- 1 il-feeirg!! to CU, but had deliberately lions of our young bat-vigorous 3tate AS well|
hind lladison
c-I a'tind -r-ioii.pth tl.i collettion cf nott-H tad, end tc- {.Lining: aiJ: tliey will 1!! be lsp: *>y and tiulverf nure mixture to the acie ; but if I used no 'i planned ti.13 m' thod. of gaining his liberty, as with the "rest of majakmd," wblch wiil

TEE liOETAK.B& cojr.ts in any ofs IJ CouiitifsFcb I.ic. other manure to carry out te! ciop, I v.oulJoetfj'ii.ly i and w.nld kilt Cr.ib! aH' then kill himself, soon be afforded! by tte .completion oar 1.
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27, lV.F. 9GoPartnershp- f t u rt at least -10 bu'iIs! ot the Finv ness:;! le vas pirdoncd, and taken out iaj various lines of railroad-. -taken tbgrtberiritli 1

& 7,02; n__cl-.o'_ '' G'CJC ex'ins thai >/>:: I I thi'/i: rnct fa-niers miss it, in naming c\er i j the tii.tnnerBefore E'uted. the channel of I rans portion for the conveying
Corner of CJintvi nn-J Monroe stietsTaHalS.esec. Hotice.ry rant tc arow y ThIn go to thy woods! dig reader this
too r.iuc'a ground to get a, bushel of! corn, our see account ibis hitherward of theidx.tropcal.produeiionz of
Ja-iuarv 19, 855. JT HE uuiler! =:qneil have this da% cnte-fc' ir.lo n co soive rotc ot t n v/iM j-rj'p' vine, cut thorn into :I vuu>n 1 by ruanuiini.eavJ" they get the same 1 jriorn'tig: the ,?- will cither have been the SoaUieru extremity of the Peninsular, to

fMCAL (}TCE.i partner-hip u. t'icWI10LCSALE I; {'it'iri of about hi?, indies lone, cut \on g''ii't on IPS* ground, and: make a s Vg ir: |j taken or killed. IM cit'- event, it is to be which attention is btiug in the. manner indu

-.e5i-- & RETAIL cultiiic i'lto pieces of only 0.11 or!, at most,. lab r, and! Ifive tho soil in a btl"r state fur hoped that Mr.: Cr.iLh will not be injured. cateil tlirpcted-we say, tbse" ucU.beinff

A.PET.LE. . . .j. c. KATES.Brs : tz- .10 lJndF ; insert the method lowrr into end, the by t.e common of stocking dowi.7'tm1'vr. : >')}>cczl \-pilch f 0 the Missouri Democrat known-t'ic' :result canTn be the corHwned
cK-ft-irafling pi'-co
Peeler & Bates tinIr the iiamc and stjle of I vildirte root ; plant) it in the en rth. I Baling .--A correspondent of tho Genncee ALTON, March 0, SI o'clock, P. M. immigration hithe rtra J, bat to an increased
cztcut, of those .\vbd ire poss sed of the
the bud of the level viith t'.if i'anr.er fjivcs his mod? of Torn" LVTLST .
AMES growing
1rAvJ G acite ? thciusfHe! m tic! r'rati & LIVELY. cutting just top FULL AM PAUTIQCL -Atr.ino spirit enterprise not ouly, btxt alitfof thoaflf-
_IJ_ of Me.iicin! atiJ! Stircrv. rcjpectlully oil- of the IOUfld. Every one so iiiaJe will i toes, lie forwards his plants in a It-l'' d j o'clock tins morning. Rutherford, the who desire to bask! in a perpetual sunsluaecf

tur: S.tV< to the I'uMic, In the trcntmeut of nil 4"__ TilUY Wiil pleased to e e- their friends grow, and in two years becorpo b.aring ; og -eni houjo, and grows them in pot-; uitil St.itt* SuperintenJent, and Col. Duckmnster, itidolence.-Jacksonville ,

acute as w. iia-tr. tVy: are a lout or a foot arid a half high, j t\Varden undeitook to get inti the cell of the ..Rep.: ---_ .. '. --.,.. ..
*'**. Waukeeiij.li, JefTer&ou con Fla.Jan. ';itIe LfJV \vill l k+rp n fulJ raid ift-reial them out about the in -
9?. 1853 2-if ;ie; a-sortmentof Article-app taiijiiipto their SqvcrlLcs.-Matv persons fai'' to pet good turning second week piisoner by stratagem. Breakfast was set at The Homes of the Poor In Nt-Tork

tie of b-u'i'it-ea 1>. II. AUIES, equities in consequence of thn bugs! making Mny. If" plants them three feet apart in j thcill door in v els of larger size than or- The Tribune it is estimated that in
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rows. When plantfd l ho drives elo\vn! a few | but the convict refused to the says
FOHN It. LLOYD 3: LIVELY. such haxoc with the young and tender pl.inte. diary, open the first, second, fourth, & and jtjWaYI14
1 stake5, six or eight feel apart leaving thm I the hall cleared
January 1.185fi. wliat they do not eat being so mutilated and door until wfts which -fter a
j of that there about -450
-eLot1cx1eer the only, city, are lodgvhouses ,
about four feet high whole length of the consultation done. The warden
poisoned as to present their owth. Yimous brief was The .
g of Infcrio'r character.
ANDCO1MISSION j BENT1STEY. rows c.n'1 n tiling a strip of wood all along j and each side avery a?
modes have been resGttt.d to prevent superintendent, guards were on number of male and female lodrers ev,.
MERCHANT, these ra\cges but with little efi'ct. The j the tops, and tying one or two lon-er down j of the cell!, but out of sight and motionless. erage said to be
night throughout the-year
the stalks, to make a trellis. The ground convict the door ery
is feeder and needs ri'-jj The slowly opened nearly
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. t squash a strong a about 25, or a-total of 11,2G.percni} .
\ and warm soil, and when it has these, and i should be dug deep and made rich with m.innre i enough lo admit the food, when a crowbar Three thousand 3 cents ?
July 19,1S5C. 29-ly as high aa
pay par
e- can be kept nut of the \.ay of the Lutz t'uTe j ji and: a spoonful of guana mixed with was instantly inserted. The warden cried night for the privileges peenliar jto a lodging

R. H.BERRY, i* no difficulty in procuring a god crop.- I i\ir\ > soil around each root. We quote :- out to (Crabb, the imprisoned guard, to fight hoase af! thai price ; four tIcaalid..pa.y aix.

The best pre\cnliv, however of the bugis i "When they have grown sufficiently ]lon to for his life. He accordingly sprang to the cents, and the remainder 12 'cthtts.jrsiight.
Auctioneer and Commission I Ihoii tie to the trehIi1 select two or three of the cf tbe door and at
to plant late. 'J'he plants! come cuicK, if tf > opening length dragjrrdLiiuvlf Thus about $00 for three tfent.beda 8240
MERCHANT. is fcuit.tl'le jd \vitii lofl'-.st! shols and fie tluf1 loos Iv to too j jInllis through, lit! not before he was stabled ,
; a gy on a rapid for six cent beds, and $500 for 12
TaLtLnM8z :, Fh-,Sept.29,1855. C9 grO th. cutting t.way all otbcr 'mall laterals ly lite cuncict nine iimrt, seven times in 1k; cent.bedjor
ri-,'IIt uuder-.igned give1" iiolice that b" i iteIL: viii-i iJL M'i'-h! rniy grown on th imfn branches. I b.irk ami I flee in tlir arm When the a total of $540is paid every night foe,
The !'/ v-. L0.1 'c -i.ic'.i li"\e poor
--- v loiig the kind of accommodation ia the
S. S, KNIGHT itir.g Qtiiiifj jwofcEElijiji'lIy tc\crul times di.iu g ovy/ let ti.r"G main }brandies! until have the meanest
they
grow \-ktitn was dragged out, convict barred
ben ir ui'ur \\i'!'! be iiffiiled( bv tl.e
the present yearvlierc he Mill Le'p't-aS'-il' tn wail on c rplication i-\ name of Lodgings The amount annually,
core: in flower and st the first Irmch of ti> door and ref'iscd to He
AUCTIONEERS, COMMISSION MERCHANT all those ivho rnuy be in .-ant of hb rsr\ico ; of! plioapr.te ol June, anu it is tirn-: < again yield. was excepting seventh night,-which, in most
TALLAJ 1O1iIbt.SeptembPrl Teeth in ettet! on the ChcopListie r'ro"eu 1,r jmcc1!? i nrtant wl'vlb'-r the deficiency be supplied ii: fruit : then I [.inch out the top, one joint above then given a few miuulrs for reflection, and cases, is thrown every in by the most magnaAimotu
entirely new, vrhich mrpnsi rmthirjCi ISCi, o:; the form of bone dust, natne piiosphiite is not less than Jf oreT
guano proprietors, $264.000.
for full Settc. Huutlreds of! the beet certificates j i if until it has flowered
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to go on again i to ; oat of the tench of the! (fire, tJiot ly the j jvanlen.
gt
< f lime, comr.rt of ieiJ h:, as l.e5, or the than half of this
can \H sLo-w ID its luvor. Will Le in Qnracy ou I > | and: another bunch of fruit when the turn, or at least 8150,000 of
set
llGf A. ('ORLEF top The ball truck his skull just b.-low
Monda\, FcLru.irv the Itl, and will remain till the I o\ster-.ciell! lime, or twirl, If I'm lands rued! this amotmt, besides large quantities of cloth
is [i.ched! ; out one leaf above the bunch, the te! left ear, a.id ylat-cinff atonnd, lodged under '
Attorney at law lOllc: 1M LE"SSISJen. limectoii" I ichig. saj. ", of all I the jirisci- ing and victuals, are procured*-from people
the f.rt and f-f all the I
t rest
1C, 1E. S-tf Fame as so on tho bkull. He fell instantly and was
!b3 furnished the the !
> lo plants by soil piios who than
for
j no more a shillirig 9 night
TALLATIA FLA.Juncarv lo cut all the laterals which pay
taking care may dragged out df the cell, and was thought to
HDIcAL iOT1CZ. | phalrs arc the most important; for the soil their lodgings or rents.A .
the main branches down tl.e
17, 1857. S-lv grow on to rti- be dead, but soon recovered and talked as
in which the
plio-phutcs r.ie not present is large number of the three cents places
c's' of the livec, as ofier: as they ate produced sensible us man could under the circqm-
RICHARD BRADFORD Dr. A C. F. BLAKE I totally incapable! of producing cereaU. but leaving the leaves ei'tiro H any staites..fler; any the convict was taken oat of are under; ground ; the accommodations being
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ATTORNEY AT LAW\ | /CONTINUES to offer his PnifesM-mal St-r\icps; to t Cabbage**.- 1 he cultixation of the cabbage one w.ll! take this little extra trouble, lie will the cell, his knife, about eight inches long, a kind of fire in some corner or other,
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/ the citizens of Ccntrcvilie and aJjoiniiig nciirb- I for stock feeding lias IIT become quite common be amply repaid and absolutely astonished | with a double eilge, was found in the cell, several shavings covered over witbrfabrics,

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. rhood. I'tsidence changed to Ccnti v lie Office I in many s-ctions of our couutr-. That at the immense clusters of fine largo tomatoes and OR his was found also another of questionable character, the relies of s

(Office in the Po t Otc BuilJiug) at his resiJen'-e the cabbage is a valuable vegetable for this < he will ha\e. planted: in a favorable larger knife,person with a blnde! four inches long.- chair or stool, and mayhap, a table of incalculable .'
Dec ?C. 1657. f,2-lf "
ilarTS, 57. 21 tijAre can Lu liultf doubt. The 01 igiu. Tho light of the world .is,
purpose spe- will
least
situation nl
ripen
they early
: a-; as Crabb, the wounded guard, was imraedatelytakun
j cifi': q-un'iiy ; of its actually alimentary mat those in other out of doors occasionally admitted by a door, or if any.
WILLIAM SCOTT, Nathaniel Hamlen grown any way to the hospital; r.nd l.is wounds were
ter i is, bo\\<-xviery iacosisiderablo: ; yet, and three week earlier. thing should steal or otherwise abstract tnabsrdle
freipentby days |
or a examined and dressed by Dr. Williams, the
{A T*l ]J? L7 a COMMISSION MERCHANT, i when fed in connexion v/ith other ugetablcs i ij \\ hen ripe they will Intig !lunger on the vines piiaon and Allen. Tho left lang of shavings from the wIndow, then

MONTICELLO, FLA; No. ?S Poydras St, New Orleans. j cf a moie' sod'! and iiutiiu\e quality, and | without decaying. The situntiwn can hardly > was found surgeon to be twice perforated by the knife. for a time the light pets.in by if 9-legitimate,

_oly.3lSS3.: SO tljanBenj. -0- i which, although tuey gi -atiy exceed it in this be too Emm}. Deep, light, loamy soil suits { The other wounds were m.t dangerous. After channel. The ventilation of the premise

Refers to Gov. James E. Broome, T&llaba'see, respect, are yt infenotoil \o'unieor i them btit.Ff.ni ." his wounds! were dre-sed he felt quite need not be described., ,
F. Young, \ Peorpe K. Walker, Liq., 4< bulk, it Eubsenes .1 very i.njiorUmt; : and val comfortabl and conversed Heeiprt'Sted In the sixpenny houses, shaving, stra.w',*
very freely.
Gen. V Vrn. Eailfy, Jefferson county, liable in t'io! of ihiienta and various other collections of material
,
ccf' ; : ,ew
a T. J. LiuUn, EF'-J 1 purpose .omy | \ 'lie Alton III C< uricr.r f March Mi.] a sense of his dangerous condition, I
lion aids the stimulus of stknte the resting spoof lodgers. In
AYDZOLICITOR J. O Putnam. Esq.. Madison an- mr.t'.T.ai'y by HorriWc Tragedy at the Alton Penitentiary. but was calm and hopeful. His wife visited many
diitentionKith it rutLces.nporiiioj of them the is much.the that
aspect same
as
Danltl 1MI. EFQ.. Kin-iJton j
IS EQUITY, j him about 11 o'clock to-day, and he bore
in the Coclrts of the Eastern Cir i Augustus Stcele, Esq., Levy / ; of Fruit TiC s Tiees arc i iimporlrd himself with much fortitude throughout the presented Jby.the forecastle of in Eaglisi,
WILL practice J. J. Snellins:, r-q.. GadsdrnE. ( ).*c c* 'ho mo-t singular cases which everraia vessel, excepting the absence of decent vhiiawash.
in h.k.
: Fioiida, &uJ the Federal Courts. i r a u cases, thi-.fiy f/om in: .rvlevr. His physicians consider hid
homasrillc Geo. CQSP
I
Itemragton, '
q. tuder our observation, or in our read- Hammocks bo observed
(OFFICE AT GAIMVILLC AI.ACHUA cocxrr.) j jJRLFZRLNCES Oct. 24, 1&57. 43 I France, Eiigl.itiU and cOLltLI.. ; and sids the very critical, and that the chances aie much may slang
jr.r, occurred jesterclay morning at penimi.irjk j between the riders of tbe
: i iCAIT. ate invoiced by tie to.-. Their aggregate i his apai.tmeuivieregions
value for the sca oi: it it ditht-ull to aiculate ((- in this city. j against recocry.The of darkness lay beyond human scan,;
: J. J. LUCA.S, ) i G. E. CLARE ; I ILut convict was laid on a matlrass in the
A con\ict named Hall, from Chicago, who the interior of-which the 'boldness of exploration
COL J. D. AIEET, > C'lailetton, S. C. i as the nuiser r.ieu chieflv import through hall. He said he hoped Crabb would
inow serving! out a second term, formed the prison onlyy.ould be able dcserbe.} : I
Fiu&L-e A THOM
)
SO" iu this ...
] MAKER a single :jgi-nc} city, some apjirnxiruation ;;; live and in the next breath said he had tt
,
Dt. JAMKS S. JCXES TallattaKtt %'lc. ijf made. TJie largest nurseiies ia idea of acquiring his liberty in the follow ingnnnner put The shilling, or twelve cent houscsregenerally >
miy : in the fix he in himself.
June V57. 23 He watched Jicc men same was
:- hisopportun'ty shortly on scale. Tbe
a more respectable
the United States arc iu the of Koch-
\icmiiy
_ic1 JO-1T c1oL": after breakfast, and when no other grard From the boats and passengers which cams sheets the beds '
A. PERRY AL1AKER, j ester, where there are something like ii.OOO learn on are jot allowed to 69
"\ inform the ci jrens of Tal- the hall the cells down the river to-day, we other particulars
\TTOULD. respectfully of f nit in was in surrounding except cleaned oftener than once in six weeks. Not
tiees of cul
ATTYATLAVd', f T Idhsssee, and the pubJie senerfill; tlmt he has acres joung : piocess Mr. Ciabb, whom he knocked down and which are only corroborative and not so than
more four-persons ta.slce'p
TALLAHASSEE. taken the old stand of J. C. Hall t1 L Co, where he is ture. A 'nge! firm lies as many ss100 acres. full as the above dispatch.It are expected
blow the head then
May 21.1853. 20 prepared to repair ? At Syracuse there L d nursery of IJOO acres, stunned by a severe on tiedCrahb's 5 is stated that everything was.done tin.nag in one bed at the same time, and yeor, ,Btx
him info of the lower cells
dragged one beds be found in
Watchfs, Cloclx, and Jcirclry, and very large ( nes are to be found in nearly i ij the night to surprise the'convict into a may some rooms large
EDWARD 51. WEST. hands behind his back fastened tie
enough fur two under
In a *orknian like manner, and at the mart reapora j all th" pii'iHpnl! western cities-cteii in Des capture, but that bo was vigilant and bloody persons only ordinary
Attorney and Counsellor nt Law, L1* ratea. Persons ha5cg (j'jod) Watchca ih.it f1il! l<> i iVJomes and Dubuqne, which wer ; recently j ji cell door by means of a slick of timber, pieioasly from ono minute's end to tho other, and amused circumstances. In many of these houses
haviL ben relv \ put in the cell!! I by some confede-iate, rum is sold &iuch to the sacrifice of the
FLORIDA run veil fiom ; Lc-ilj repaired, can i in t'.c' heart <> the wilderness. Tl!e dc&tiuctiiiii himself fiom time to time ,
TALLAHASSEE, L xin them put light fit hi* i-hop. f then diw: a huge knife Horn his bosom, as- by prickinghis of the community
upon of trvet by tho severity of the two lafrt peace ,
victim with the of li. ki.ife. It is
April z. iG. 14 if we1 need. Crabb him the door point _
work Ml.'d M-ted rise
to -
CSAll: \van<: :Q \\iitcisand the lapid t.ettl.iiwat ol v tbtern put against .-, .'.' 4
i i"Attorneys Jan. 16. 1P58. :-ly and threatened} him with death, un'ess' he was not stated in our dupitch at what lime the REMAIZXABLE lO1LKS Qf11U3L4N_ NATVU
yjLOYD & HOLLAND, lands but more than all the
encouragementof
convict died but learn from other
we sources q
allowed Nineveh 15 miles
to miles wide
po at libetty.Tiiis was longS ,
at Law.WILL co-1IrIsHgP NOTJCE. cultuie ofdomes'ic
the Iruit afforded by
that he survived his wounds but short time.
j
known a and 40 miles round with- wall feet
most ilaring attempt was S'ion a TOO high;
practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle the formation of numerous agricultural socie-t
HILL & HOYLE. nnd Cal. Dnckmastcr and and thick far three chariots Habreaat. '-
West Florida, and in tbe Supreme Court ties throughout the country, have given aniiiip'tus piomptly brought enough
f the State. Also in the District Court of the Uni a o lo this business which is quite his guards to the spot. The convict threat A nixxn GIHL "SKETVG" A PLAV.-During Babylon was 50 miles wiibta the wjUTs;which

ed Statee,in the Northern District of Florida. JOHN M. HILL an J JOHN J. BOYLE, of Talla1J idCth tc Ci.. unproCan'tOj ened Crabb with instant death if any attempt the permorancc of The Jewess" at the were 70 feet high; ,-with',; 100 brazen te

E.J. FLO I'D. Offlce ApalacLioola Fia. liuwiee, luting thU day aasoeiated theneIcbtgetlier -> C was made upon the door, holding his kniff American theater, San Francisco, a short The temple of Diana, atEphOt4
HOLLAND Office Fla. in basinets under the ft\le. name and firm of c JIdoits can be rais-ed with all i
D. P. Quincy, >
,
of inches of Crabb's b- feet the
within a couple east. time a little guI attracted much attention to soppptfof fti.rbofn'r tjyJBlja
Dec.22,1S55. MWILLIA3I HILL & IIOYLE of the cucumber and the t- ago
the
certainty pumpt For upwards of an hour Col. Biickmaster by suppressed but violent echoing. It years in"buil S. DILWOKTfl and will attention to all onlers in thtir kin. A sandy l learn i is always to bi profencd |
give prompt and his guards watched an opportunity to was thought, at first, that she was a child feeVOT the

and ConnselJor at Law line. They arc prepared to execute and carry on the ; but any light friable soil, with n southcm | .hoot him, but there being but one opening whose refined feelings were more susceptible sides its base MTers
Attorney CAR PEXTJERIXG BUSINESS; cxposuie1, fiee from pi trailing moistun*, | iu the door, and that quite small, ho kept than those of other, older and more experienced are about50 feet tn rength. d' ejlttwd

ilOXTICELLO, FLORIDA.TCHLL ia all its various bramhcs;.and from their ling r xpeiicncc will! answer. 'ihe> ground should be conwitj j Crabb constantly between him and the opening in the world, and that she looked on are 208. It employed 230,000 irj en in ..boilding. -

practice 'in tlie Cocrts of the Middle! CiVT in the Jlunnuij Guar aud Screw liiifiuebs, ed into a Hue tilth ; the bills loud bo dug so that he could only be reached through the scene as real. But that was not the Tba .Labvrinill in, E'gyplcontains

V cult,and Tliojias ciad Lownde County, GaMarcb and other machinery, hone by prompt attention to out to a depth of ten inches, eighteen inches Crabb's body. cause of her grief. Before losing her sight Chambers and, 12, ba11I., 'Tb bs1d
liberal share of All
; business to nrrit a patronage.
22.1656. 12-ly which f-houlJ I bo filled with -
orders from the country promptly executed. Call in diameter onethird Thus matters continued until noon, when sho bad seen the play, and bearing that it Egypt, )rrtents rnias.St leiidAtW .
sand
LONG tS: GALDRAITU, from cither of the Counties in ihddle Florida and well-rotted manure, one-third Crabb made some effort to open the door was to bo performed Jbat uigLt! by Airs., ens was 25!mites round, And

L.W TALtAIIABSrE, FiA.f from Decatur and Thomas Coubtie Ga, ehall receive (should" the toil 'not possess any,) and one- bnt was immediately cut severely in the hand Ilayne,-she desired to be taken to the theater '000 ttI1sand 4OOO slafes.
TC2KEVS AT ,
attention. tiird| rich earth, well mixed. The hills bliouldbo by tho convict. During the day the convict to *' seek" Several times she whispered pie DvlphoBAvas so rich Tn, rTnmitljtni.
have uaoci .
L.B.G.tLBIWTJI
\ A.LOIG I
.-* atcd thcTQselre in the practice of Law They Feb.O,1658. 6-ly fiom eight to twelve feet apart each way, stated his terms of submission to be a revolver to her mother, There J remember that part, it was p4ndered.of.5QO.OOO'atjdNo; 'ii

ni attend the Conrts in the Middle Circuit,ti i Sa- SELLING OFF and tli a seed-say five to a hill-an inch below loaded by himself a full suit of cilizens' dress, how I do wish I could see, it's so dark 1 1- liedaway'fronfitiOOrattiftt* .

Pee Curts and the District Court of- the United the (surface. When the sprouts arc two 8100 in money, and to bo driven out of town When the Jewess was about ascending to Rome were'13 miles_ roo d'd.:;

tatie AT- inches high give them a sprinkling of wood in a close carriage/ accompanied by Crabb, the cauldron, the child tried to l look'towards -

Office oppozit*the Court Houe.Qetobtif ashes, while the dew-is on, or after watering he should, allIf' (ttrl thi Weartnge1 :
NEW YORK COST to each a place as designate ; the stage, but falling to,penetrate the .curtain
__ 28.1854. IT them, and repeat thee or four times. This which of course inadmissablo. lathe _
( were which bid tbe scene from herself alone, aha assault and battery, -;
will'drive away tho insect When they are meantime, however, Col. Buckmastcr buried her face.in her hands-aud cried with
Fff examining pnd'of(1h
AMBEOTYPESBlEIiAINOTYPES Oil ijAonB '
.nil bui or.threo
six inches high remove twp Governor
procured a pardontfrom to be bitter vexation and despair. All who, knew'of

AN 4- vines, ,according :to.the- space- between.the used in his dfscretion; but up to 12 o'clock the little girl's misfortune shared hi her whatthejhad.at : At thi ,.

'TAKES TJT-TJTBAILEY.. T HT ubscriber u dtsirouH jremoTlnj fiom this rows, and carefully put round, not to, the last night, no information'of It bad been given grief and disappointment, but they could not 'L :

p>cp. and oSTerslns,en iro vines little guano. In 'moving the weeds to the convict All the gnards were on ,
Rooms-mar Barfurritf store; day see and feel,the terrible, shadows that bong $ ,- #- .
STOCK OF MERCHANDIZE, from tho bedsjtfae vines should! not be* distnrbed the watch to'shoot the scoundrel, bat as he about her heart dark as the plumes of a raven. U wL t. -

TPE Eoomliatg %eca dmmh1j efitted and nsistrg i patt et Pry J3ood Clothing; Hardware, as lhe roollets which supply tho principal _had positively declared be would kill Crnbb What cheerless horizon is hers But .

n rJa eIl t'cMjditca-&r the -arosi Saddlery,ic! & .'&,at nourishment.to 'tho fruit will bo dostrojed. ; if he was not instantly killed bimtelfgreaf for Jief there Jighf beyond the raylets wiysWtiow "TwQ'g1aIes.\-.. .q -qI' ,

de.d Pa13e*! ivtd oeaU.t Jf EWy9COlPR9AEfl.abezp.forJitUezmcmtJ. -N thing 'more-is "'needed" to yield cans bad to, be tafcetv for fear hejroigU pah'hh wherebrigbterJamfeni Trbpj"e*
Octtg7r: **
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the wise. ia aufflcicnt. (JAIJ WM.SOOA K.*,*COHN."St .A astonjhthe'tlflhihhlated.' yard guard* nolTjelag,allowed- ly as the irchingel"wbo-haz lookfd upon the' aI -

*TJOBBT. -- :. .' C-l f Horsct' Coats.-Lately, going to the roan- to carry any, and bad nothing whatever to gorgeou scenery since the birth of ages.** $. 1 A'
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,; 'Jnttmrl, There It no longer any disguising or delaying .iT-: .-. .: this port 32,000, and clock 150,000.: tie lastrisfou. i .t( !' .;" .. ;'." ,
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-WL_ -- .r.\4, VJ Jit the issoo which has prang up between LATER KEtOH: EU&OF& NKW OKIEAKI, March 20.-Salea of Cotton American thembqrs of fC
T A ....:. mz- : the Federal authorities" and that lafamout veslerday'13,000 bales_Middling 10}' a caucus and determined :to oppose t policy .: d Telopra f of the.nw'ptca waot :r f

.."A',.. ," : t., _:! 1-, ,." 4 class of beinjgi.inhabiting Utah. ARMVAL sI OFTgg'ARABIA.5 lie. Sties of the week. 68,500' bale! and of the ,President, 'upon high:.eonserratiye which;has been Tf tfmr rnitfrrToniMoi
$&.. 3LT1ZCE2T, IKS.OMTC1T '
-.L.__'. r --- Recent intelligence from' that quarte of an die reeeipts of the week 58,000 bales. The gronnd." Mr. Crittenden ,spoke for them in U&n af Washington It hat bees thoogU to:

*ALAIEE; 'wAT I official and on-official, bat of a reliable character decrease at this port it 61,500 bales, and at the Senate on Wednesday. This gentleman some of the l leading politicians that a Un. of
could be
t VIKIJ tly-Tb -.rtd. tto.pt* wet fcanrtnfclr 'I' ,'khow that matters are to be decided in alf the ports 278,000 bale. The stock on It is also said, has an amendment'which he policy render possible the marked union out in which thoald
Mi. a
4&'a..Aiuu. single
< ) *tt p"14" Jd..tea aG& deete4 oarnurt*. Prtow ; blood, and the time it near at hand. The depraved Sales of Cotton for the week 36,000 Bales- band it 435,500 bales. Sterling 105 to will offer to the Kansas bill, providing that for the next Presidential campaign of th. entire ,

ruje froaTM w ItX ewtt. wretches, under the guidance of that Market Advanced 1-Qd, and Closed QK 105d.) Freights |d. she shall ho admitted under the Lecompton Opposition to the Administration. The
""T""." IO CftIL et under the Advance-Earthquake that the Constitution affiliation which
-.1' .! 2 COLTS, archfiend, Brigham,.Young, are Actively and at Corinth-Destructive Fire NEW YORK, March 22.-Sales of cotton Constitution, with the condition close' seems now to exist i between *
i the
.. laboriously engaged in manufacturing the to-day 2,000 bales.. The market is heavy. be submitted to the people, and if anti-Lecompton D mocrarl.atid
,
,tJ\T -. at Constantinople. the Republicans has
ll il1t tie W6ita1cerofte! Louisliha'Leg.lease ..: most. destructivein'plernents of war, and are I Sales of Flour 8,500 barrels-flrm. Wheat accepted, then that the State come in by the hope that _the present encouraged accidental .njiion.the latter,to

atnI'. accept'our thanks for Several likewise; prosecuting the construction, at the NEW YORK, March 2O.The'Brjlish and. firm,:>'lth sales of 8,500 bushels; Southernred proclamation of the President. The condition single question, might b*,to
intemimg public! documents enwnating- entrances of the various defiles of the mountains North American B. M* Steamship Arabia, 31 22J. Corn unsettled, sales 11,000 is implied in the bill introduced in the nursed as to render it permanent and Jay 4b

from. thi body of the which he is a member. of fortifications the better to enable a Capt. J. Stone, has arrived, with Liverpool bushels. Turpentine dull, and Rosin heavy. House by Mr. Montgomeryon Tuesday, and foundation for a movement which shall.wr p

.. ..' sanguinary resistance to the approach of the accounts to Saturday, March 6th. CHAKIESTON, March 22.-Sales! of cotton referred to a select committee. the country in the campaign'of 1660. Bat
the combined of these twnies.
The till Ceaeterj and the Ladle U. S. Army. The bold capture of the baggage I to-day 1,600 bales. The market depressed, strength
Commercial. The Prospects of the Kansas Bill or factions, was not sufficient to ensure tb*
Passing through the several departments of trains some months since, and the more with a declining tendency. defeat of the Administration the
LIVERPOOL, March 6.-Tho sales of Cotton The New York Tribune of Saturday,says : on great
the City Ometerj one or two evenings past, MOBILE, March 22.-Sales of cotton on
under
hundred
of
consideration
recent massacre one emigrants f.r the week ending tho 4th inst, were Our readers will hear gladly that we have measure now ; and to
we were'tnott agrepa.bly 'struck with the improved men, women and children, by savage: Indians 36,000 bales, of which speculators took 4,000 Saturday and to.day (Menday) 2,200 bales. private and confidential advices from Washington accomplish! that result, \vhwh is really euen.

a appearance of the grounds, which has instigated by the Mormons, are the revoltirg The quotations are unchanged but the tradeis which fully justify our conviction that tial as furnishing the capital for the new part.
and exporters 1,600 bales, leaving 30,500 to
been accomplished by the energies and praise- evidences of an intention on their part to dull. Freights on cotton to Liverpool- Me Lecomplon fraud cannot pass the House nership, the votes of the Sont Americans. u
The resul.
the trade.
business of the week they are called were indispensable.For .
worthpirit of the l ladies of'our city. They 16d.and to Havre IJc. of Representatives. It will of course be
throw off their to this Governmentat
allegiance
ted in an advance of Jd, in consequence of driven through the Senate on Monday or several days past, this subject has, we-
have performed an agreeable though laborious CHARLESTON, March 23.-Sales of Cotton learn been under
nil hazards and at whatever cost. the light stocks offering Tuesday next, hut by a smaller majority than anxious consideration, the

duty in a manner always characteristic of Mormonism is perhaps the boldest experiment [This advmccVas reported by the arrivalof t-.day 2,700 bales. The market is firm.- I its advocates have confidently anticipated. difficulty being, to devise a plan which should

their that villainous fanaticism has ever es Middling Fair llf a 11 | cts. Thence it goes to the Housf, where a very secure the co-operation of those men fa the
the North America Portland which
eex.Cfereraer 5t'ed-md it has the hardihood to perform it at MOBILE, March 23.-Sales of cotton today different fortune awaits it. Though its back present emergency. Thii is far more important .

.1; r. Willard. brought Liverpoi 1 dates to Wednesday, 3d 2,700 bales. Middling 11 cents. Sales ers have never triumphed on one of the pro. than their future co-oporation, aJthoaga
This distinguished national politician and in the"face of the civilized world. That every MarchJ] and the quotation were for liminary questions which have divided the that, as affording a foothold in the Sooth for

Executive Chair of Indiana article of religious faith, that every sentiment Fair Orleans..S'I. Mid. Origins. ,. ,7 jd. for three day 8,000 bale, and the receipts in House, they yet have maintained an air of the new party, is not of small contegneqer

incumbent of of decency, that all the dictates of social philosophy Fair Mobile. .. .8d. Mid. ic.Sd.( the same lime 7,675 bales. confidence throughout confidence which to the success of the arrangement We aw

has !>oen sojourning in our city for the past and the teachings of common sense, Fair Uplands. .7 5-16d. Mid. U 1'1nnlh.7 lt-16.J. New ORLEANS, March 23.-Sales of cot no facts known to the public have warranted. not advised as to the precise present tate.of

teh days. Oa .citiiens generally have made The tock of Cotton in Liverpool is 181,. the negotiations, but judging from the vote fa
We however in
bales market active to
should be thus trampled and thus defiled ton to day 20,000 prices I rejoice, oar ability assure
and have conceived for him upon bales of which American the House on Mr. Harm's attempt to smuggle
000
his 82,000
acquaintance, are / slider but Salts the adversaries of government by ballot stuffing \
and that should be found attach quotations unchanged.
to
men in his minority report, it is clear that Messrs.
a warm attachment; not more on account ofthe which is the lowest quantity of stock known and Directory-copying that this iniquitous -
themselves to delusions so revolting and so for three days 29,500 bales. The stock is device will cither be laid on the table of Davis, Marshall, and their associates,are willing
admirable sentiments that have in for the at this
Political Liverpool past twenty years 425.000 balea. The decrease at this is to occupy, for the present, the position
absurd, is truly a startling phenomenon. But port the House-or so amended that it* own fathers
uniformly charactized his public life, than 'I of parties to the negotiation, and at kut.to--
bales and nil the
nil this ceases to excite our social wonder, time.The 38,500 at ports 227,000 will disown it.
those social accomplishments for which he is 6al"s on Friday were 5,000 bales, and 40- play fast and loose until the feasibility of the
in with the fact that bales. Freights slightly declining. Exchangeon
gl"ntle"f)
remarkable, and never fail to endear him to all comparison the market closed quiet quotations being Washington correspondent of the New new movement is more fuRy determined.

who come within the circle of his acqua'ntance.He : man, disenthralled, by the faith of the bible, barely maintained. London 104 J a 106. York! Advertiser, under date of Friday eve Our readers are aware that we have not placed .1 I

and the gall:1ntand/ refinement of civilization NEW YORK, March 23.-Sales of cotton ning, : much faith in the prediction that Senator
been brought hitherward by the severe On Saturday, to tho sales says
having II up noon were and in
and placed in that sphere of innocence to.day 1,200 bales. The market was heavy Very judicious men, on both sides, have Douglas hjs associate opposition t *
illneu of a brother who had sought this climate 5,000 bales, the market closing with a dt.clin. considered this and loft the Lecompton Constitution, could be broughtso
and purity so congenial to her nature and and Middling Uplands lIt cents. Flour firm closely question, are I
'or hit health, felt constrained to decline ing tendency, and the loss of the Jth advance Corn in doubt. I will not, under such circumstances far as to affiliate with the Repablitans

the 'ijt&tion to address the people here upon whence she derives her most radiant charms previously repec ted.Manclzcs1r I sales 10,000 harrelWheat quiet. commend any dogma or exercise any 'I'' to form a permanent political alliance with-
-that the surmounting all the pure instincts dull, sales 21,000 bushels. Turpentine dull. I' the them. We an not now convinced that Jack
dogmaii-m on subject.AnliLecompton
the Jitical topics of the day. which is deeplyrcgretied. Tradc.-The business in the
j of her sex, should resign her heaven-descen II Rofin.Steady. Freights on cotton to Liverpool men reckon on 120 votes I is their intention, although the close harmony'
I manufacturing districts continued favorable, I which to exist between the two frater.
ded endowment, and become the willing victim 316d. certain against the project. This is the estimate I seem
His Excellency, accompanied by hia estimable and the trade was demanding an advance in _. I of some shrewd men. The Lecompton nities seems to favor that theory. Bat we

lady, and his afflicted brother, departs of a loathsome degradation, is the particular prices. Fanaticism Rampant. I Democrats are not desponding, but sone of I think Judge Douglas must entertain too thorough .

hence for hit Western home on Monday next, feature of Mormonism which paralyseseven Judge Loring Massachusetts, while acting i them are far from being sanguine as to the I a disgust for the principles and leaden

via New Orleans, conveying with them the the sense of astonishment General News- in the capacity of U. S. Commissioner, I I result. of that sectional party, to lank his fortunes

Speculating upon this subject we sometimes It is generally believed that the members faithfully the duties imposed by The best calculation on the Leeompton I and hopes with it for the future.It .
regards and sympathy of this entire com I ischarged
i not clear that the of
)
think Mormonism was sent to humiliate our rf tho Derby Cabinet will ho re-elected to' the fugi.ivo slave law, for which he incurred side, is that they will carry the measure I'ya I complete union
munity. of nine, the six South the Americans in Congress with the Republicans
majority including
.
by showing bow miserably we be Parliament without opposition. I
race may the implacable hostility of the dominant negro American members, or three without them. and Douglas men, will form a party

Speech cf Senator Mallory. misled, how poor a guide is mere human rea The condemned French conspirators have worshipping partof that State. The As to the six Americans, they are as certain sufficiently strong to defeat the admission cf

Duing the early part oj the present sessionof son. It has surely accomplished that work- not yet been execu'ed. Judge also held the office of Judge of Probateof against; the bill as any six men of the Kansas under the Leeompton ConstUution.

And the which its de Numerous continue be made IJ As to the three if include the i It wouM render the vote a very close one,but
Congress the rumor was eurrt in parts of now folly precedes rul'I I arrests to Suffolk County, from which he could onlybe oUS! they
!
probably! would still leave a majority in favor
this State that Mr. Mallory was opposed to tin is also preparing the way. If the issue ; throughtout France. removed the Governor the expected votes of Messrs. Dewart, Owen
l-y upon request Jones and of then 'I of ndmi son.-J: ,urr.al of Comme-ce-
the Kansas policy cf the Administration. It which has been boldly dared thzill result in Jen. Changarnier refuses to return to f of both branches of the Legislature. This request .I the Lecomplon, Chapman men, reckon Pennsylvania without, their I' '\Ii. *1' .

was not edited however by his personal :nd sweeping from the earth the delusion which France at presentThe I was made a few das since by a strict : Attempted Robbery at Wilhrd's Hotel!

political friends. The distinguished! senator, disgraces!i a Christian land, disgraces the civilized Danish ministerial crisis has been settled party vote, and Gov. Banks in compliance I i host.The Leeompton men will make the! issue The Washington Union giY-'s! the following

in a speech of unquestioned ability! recently world, and disgraces the 19th century and the members of the Cabinet who therewith did remove a faithful public officer I I on Tuesday, it they. are strong enough. particulars: ef f the attempted robbery in the

cc'.ivercd: in the Senate, ranged himself on the who shall say that the hand of Providence had resigned on account of the attitude of I who had in every instance discharged his duty> Religions-Revivals- I noun of the Turkish officers, at WiUard'a

side of the Administration. Hiycmarks, both has not brought it about. They deserve an I Denmark in (the dispute with the Germanlic both to the State and General Government The Revivals, or 'Gruat Awakenings," Hotel in Washington :

ingenious and argumentative, were made in awful retribution, and God grant that the I Diet, have withdrawn their resignations.An Ho is thus deprived of his position for the as they ate called by some writers, continueto I We !learn that yesterday, soon after the

reply to a black republican discourse from leaders may be swept from the face of the I earthquake has laid Corinth in ruins, only jJleged! reason, that he had executed the he the loading topic of the lay, and, so far I Turkish: officers and their party had sat downto

Senator King of New York. The followingvery earth. although the loss of life was small. [Corinth Fugitive Slave Law. '['his instance of low I I as our information goes, have lost none of i, dinner, at Wizard's Hotel a servant, sent
I to ones of their bedrooms with a cot, found a
their interest. of
-- I general They are spoken
brief epitome of his speech we extract is in old city in Greece and more regarded all I Push
is in chair the inside.
State ConTention. unblushing meanness unexampled Ii in the private circle, in the business mart, in placed against door
from tli3 New York Journal of Commerce : The Flordian of last w-ck to I for its ancient architectures, monuments and modern lcgiJ ltio'l. the ofnnibtis and the railway car, and are the ing tho door open, the servant entered tb.
suggested
M- Mxllnry laid he would confine Limseif: : the the of relations! than for its present importance.] or:3: absorbing topic of conversation. We room, and saw a strange man making his
Demorrjicy, necessity having a Anotbe&ttleField I
to the question before the Senate. In 1854, Convention for the nomination of a cnndsdato A destructive( fire It id occurred in Constantinople : repeat the remark we made a day or two exir. A large double trnr.k was open, and

which about 300 hauses des- If reports be true, the Territory of Arizona since, that never, during the lifetime of the the content* of one half of it were.strewed;
?.n cxci'cment arose, which has created a spir- far the U. S. 11 nose of Representatives. We J by were around the floor. Instantly suspecting that
to be the of sectional conflict, similar present generation, was a religious move I
u scene a
fully endo.-Kc the! suggestions set forth, with
the SoutleznEes. trovcd.
i cf the
: t"t'er! animosity against all was not right, the servant gave alarm
tho of this tf that the Convention that which in Kansas. There tnl"ntless liable (to exception of any kind II
I xcfptior.: : : to prevailed but the thief rr.ide his cnseeaby the
A eat national wrong. had been escape
gl We have known some extraordinary revivals -
convene on the fir Monday in May next. Congressional- opening of the slave trade is the only measure I officer below: ,tairs.
vigilant always on,duty
the establishment ot"the
con to the South by in certain parts of the 'country, generally
We liiinh Juno would be suitable
the roost WASHINGTON March 19. In the Senate II The before {
which will place the South on an equalitywith rogue gained no booty e-was
MiSeuZit i and the made the confined, for a season, to somo one denr mi-
Compromise, repeal month, from the fact. that in M.; '0 day the Kansas discussion was continuedbut the North in such a druggie. The nation of Chiistians ; but at (the present time
1 of that measure the condtion: of conces- and the Bar, to a great extent have to he of the trunk the jeweled decorations or
no action was taken on the bill. North has we bear of them horn Texas, in the: South, were
Court which the latter an overflowing population a superabundant
e.on en her part. After tracing briefly the f present at adjourns honor of the Pasha, and two thousands do-!
part of May. Another icason for delaying In the House, Gen. Quitman's army bill I supply of labor; the South has a to the extreme of our Western boundariesand lars in .

coarse (.political events down to the organ. f until June is, that the Canvass is too long was passed by n large majority. The ,deficiency population and a deficiency of labor. our Eastern limits ; their influence is frit gold. -'.
isation of the Territory of Kansas,he referredto spare by denomination.! In looking over our -
and tedious 'for the Candidates, they lave every
as bill! i is under discussion. Lerin .
I now The following is a paragraph from a letterto Removal of Judge -
I exchanges of this week, we find much
the Territorial elections; controverted the 10 kep up the excitement until the election. i space
We therefore, that the in I WASHINGTON, March 20 -Tile Kansas the Boston Journal, fre assertions of Mr. King and denied that they hope, first Monday I I
debalu continued ail day in the Senate.- L. Kansas Jan. 2-1. A The Evangelist says : "It is characterized I i as the Governor of a State within
June will be the day set apart for the Con. I I \WlU: C.r., great
were illegal.! The Lecompton Constitution, the behests!
\ Itlon. Messrs. Foi.tc of Vt, Simmons of R. I,, end deal of interest is manife.-led here relative to i by n') sudden growth of fervent enthusiasm. : the American Union, has obeyed I II
he cocteadeJ! was a legal instrument, Republican It in the of the Legislature, and removed Judge LorInr .
autumn I
As a matirr of course the Democracy will I Biight, of Indiana, made speeches to-day ; the proposed 1 Territory of Arizona. A great : began early by an
l: ;in four, and Kansas should be admit ted renominate our present worthy Representative many Free State men have stated their} dt termination : unusual seriousness in the churches, and those Of the two, most honest and upright

under it He next alluded to the Senator Hon. G. S. HA.WKIKS; we hop so at and Messrs. Stuart, Michigan, and Wilson, to go in the spring, or when the milked indications:: of the presence of the I men would prefer the position oldie &capi-

from Illinois.! That gentleman, h<* remarked, least Monticello is the place for convening. of Massachusetts, ,.iI1 speak to-night on the difficulties are settled} here. I know of a select I i Holy Spirit which the quick eye of the faithful I tated Judge to that of the official Chief Mag..
I t istrate. The offence of the i is *lh* discharge
.-Columbia Democrat, March 20. same subject.In party composed of men who have been pastor so readily detects. I Il I one
bad arsuaied an extraordinary attitude ; one thu House, tho deficiency bill was discussed active here on tho anti-slavery tide, and who l We learn from the Traveller. and other :.: of his svtorn duties to the Constitution-
that cuud! only have taken after conscientious "Hie Floridian has no particuhr preference and debate Kansas. intend starting the 1st of May-the principal I I journals that in Boston the same desire to attend i i of th<* United States as the law olf\ctr..tftbe-

convictions, and wich will not be readily aban as to the time when the Convention stall WASHINGTON, a running, March 23.-on Labt night, in rcafonfor going being the desire io help IlIt'I, the prayer meeting is evinced as i is shown Federal Government. The act of the otheris

doned. His efforts to maintain his position, convene. It will favor any proper day that the Senate delivered I cause offne institutions tharc. Sheriff I.I hf(. It justly remarked by the Observer obedience to the request conceived !in prej.
,
Judge Douglas speechon that characteristic of these i udice, continued in fanaticism and con!um-
:Mewsom Trcumseh and number of others i one important
challenge! admiration. Referring to the doctrine seems to meet the approval of our friends a
the Kansas* question before an immense ultra also meetings i is the union of the various denominations mated in open hostility t' the Constitution?
,
slavery propagandists are I
of expansion, he said that if the South throughout the Statf.Increase i audic nce.Jr.. Green responded, and offered paring to leave in the spring. It is said Jones pre. I I of Chri-tians. All differences are and laws ot the United States. Art-official

were to seize Cuba now, the act would be -*m three amendments. Mr. Ctittenden sp'/he fxpfcts to be made Marshal of tho new Ter I laid asida and Christians appear to feel that act like this, wholly uncalled for and uj necessary -

followed by the acquisition of Canada, and of the Army. ritory. Circumstances strongly to I they have a comrn cause to promote. It is both H blunder and 9 crime. It i.a is
and offered substilute. It is proba- go pro'cthnt I
again, a
The House the 17th Gen.
passed, on Quit stain aho Governor Banks' 'official
thus a preponderance of northern influence be Arizona will be the next battle ground. is impossible to estimate with any thing like upon
man's bill (or a temporary' increase of the Lie a vote will be taken lo-night. A crusading element i is one strong character- accuracy, the number of conversions under I life which will stick to him like the shirt of(
d. the of
preserv Turning to subject slavery, army. The bill provides that the Presidentof Tho house was in committee of the whole, istic of the Kansas people, and wherever there [ the influence, of these meetings. The report r Nessus. Unthinking and rabid men may applaud -
he said he would refrain from entering uponit discussed. It is understood : I the act, but the patriotic and just will
and Kansas of however
the United States thall be authorized to was may be n struggle for freedom, many of her in some our religious exchanges, ,
now. The African was nowhere more progressive receive into the service of Texas that a vote will be taken on the deficiency citizens will be found engaged in it." satisfy us that the number is very large.- I always lament and condemn itYork

than in the United States. Whenever one icgiment week. -.. The Western Christian Advocate, publishedat Express, ,
bill this
the country demanded the genius and mounted volunteers( for the defence and pro Sick Senators. Cincinnati, of March 10, contains t Iwo .

intellect oilier tons, she has not made a de. tection of the frontier ; and for the purposeof Conviction of Blackwood. There is no perceptible improvement in : columns of brief notices of the revivals in LARGE C..utGo.-Tbe ship Agamemnoo
disturbances in tho of Ohio, Illinois and Indiana. These from was cleared at Charleston Custom House on.the
mand in vain on the South. While she held quelling territory NEW ORLHANS. March 20.-Blackwood, the physical condition of Senator Davis, of are
forty-two clergymen of the Methodist 16th i St., for St. Petersburg, having ou
Utah for the protection and supp'y of emigrant tried f-r the murder of Wright in this A tial loss of is Episcopal
the helm, the ship of State advanced in the city Mississippi.) pal eyesight Churcji, and they report that within board a cargo of 2,983 square bales enUon.

path of progress. Sectional disagreementshave trains, and the suppression of Indian last August, has been found guilty, but with feared by his friends. I the last three months: there have been four containing 1,286,999'pounds. This exceed&

hostilities :n the Northern and Norih-western/ capital punishment. Senator is also thousand three hundred the heaviest ever carried in the same
arisen from time to time, but they have out Douglas severely indisposed, and eighty-four con cargo
I
not delayed our onward march. But he fore. frontiers, the President '& authoiized to call but if the telegraph is to be relied on, breathes : versions. The lowest number in any charge ship :rom New Orleans to the.extent of 177-

for volunteers, not to exceed in all four P'gi- Dreadful Massacre by the Indians-- defiance, deUh and moral from his sick : was thirty ; the highest, seven hundred and 000 pounds. Her stevedore was Samuel Per-
war,
the South would be
the when in
saw day a March 23. Recent arrivals vis The
colored was
ment of seven hundred and forty privates r\tw fifty. These, it will be remembnd. are in a man. Agamemnon
,
minority. We cannot and ought jiot to ig. announce the massacre of two hundredand room : ont denomination. \ great, then must I loaded by C. A. Atkinson & Co.-Columbus

nore the fact, and in giving up the ship of each ; the same or any portion then-of, to be fifty of the inhabitants of Kuatan, Hon. Ho pronounces the reports as to bin intention ., be the aggregate of all she churches The i Times A"* Sentinel. .
,
State, ehe can surrender it with honor. It already organized into mounted icgiments or infantry Indians. to resign his seat utterly without total in these Western States alone most bo I We cannot see the point of the above par

becomes her to consider her future.- as the President may deem proper, to serve turns, by the foundation, and assures his friends that he t very great.-New York Commercial Advertiser. -1 I agraph. The cargo of the Agamemnon was

for the teem of eighteen months, unless discharged intends to fight the battle in which he is now rertninl.not an extraordinary one. The ship-
Her skies are threatened, but the Kansas Bill Passed the Senate. !
political engaged to the et.d. He will not be driven I
which cleared at this
tho President They are to receive ) Vanguard, was port
by WASHINGTON March 23 I M.-The Senate
darkest hour is before the dawn. It remainsto from his position by the threat and frownsof AN INTERESTING SCE E.-The Thirteenth- I for Liverpool by Messrs. Soullard & Crowd.er .

be seen how the South will act when her the same pay and allowances as tie passed the Kansas bill to.night with power: nor moved, frc>m the purposes to street Presbyterian Church= Rer. Dr. Borch- : on the 20th of f'ebruarla.t.had a cargo.

political!rpower is submerged ; but one thing regular- army, and subject to the rules and amendments, by a majority of 8. which hIs life has been devoted, by induce. ard's, was the scene of deep interest last Sub consisting of 4,060' bales Upland Cotton and

is certain",the will never submit to, or voluq- articles of war.Surrender. meats proffered from any quarter. He says bath. At the communion in the afternoonone 338 bales Sea Island-making total o'
Market BeporttCHAKLESTON that! with him it it a matter of principle, hundred and thirteen united with the 4,402 bales, weighing 2,032,304, pound,and
violated Cons tulion.tIJI .
tarily acquiesce under a of Billy Bow-Legs. March lO.-Sales of Cotton which he will maintain at all hazards." Church on profession and fourteen by letter. va'ued at $222,486.32.-SaromwA Morning

The Madison Messenger bat reliable information In the evening Dr. Butchard"preached to a Nt1.Cs.
J I ngresi.We .. to-day 1,300 bales, at declining prices. Good SOUTHERN BANK AT BAl-fBRIDOE.-Tbe largo and attentive audience, and.at the close -

obtenre in the proceedings of the that Billy Bowlegs' hat surrendered Middling 11 a llf certs. Albany Patriot says : A private letter says of the service the meeting adjourned tothe Pensacola & Georgia Railroad Lanls

House on the,16th inst thai lodge Hawkins, bit sword, and is now.at Tampa with NEW YORK, March 19.-Sales of Cottonto Dr. McElveen is out of( the Southern Bank, lecture room, where hundreds engaged in We-learn from Messrs. Gwynn& Williams,,

oar representative, introduced a:bill for the his whole party waiting the consummation, day 1,100 bales at a decline of f'ol a ct.; and its best friends have forsaken it. Its bills prayer, while many left from time to time to the gentlemen engaged in making an exam-

erection of,a Marine Hospital at Apalachicola .arrangements now being made, to be transferred Middling Uplands 11 f cents. Flour dull will not pass at all. J'm sold." converse with the pasror in an adjoiningroom. ination of the lands granted tothe P. & G.

'which read to the Wist It is said the old gentle. 0 Of the 127 which joined the Church, Railroad by the United States and StAto of
first andsecond'time -
in this State, was a and declining, with sales of 6.0QO larreU. -
WASHINGTON UNION.-Wm. A. Harris, 26 were heads of families, 10 Sunday Schoolteachers Florida, that tha portion of the grant lying
anif! referred to the Committee 011 man was in'a shockingly 'ragged and .dirty Wheat very ilull. Corn quiet, with sales of and officers, and 62 from the Sab-
East of the Suwannee River which they
,
Esq. has retired from this upon
Commerce/ < condition, when he presented himself at ,. journal, having bath' Of these
v. 22,000 bushels-Yellow 68 cents.a'rals School 10 were over 40 have been, and are now at work isjrTery
resolationt also..introduced Tampa." I disposed of his interest to Cornelius Wendell, yean 50 over 20, and 03 betweenthe large
Tne/ollowing! IJ were quiet. Rice_ dull. valuable donation They represent a
4" Esq., by whom it will be conducted in fu of 12 and' 20. Rev. D* Ferris and land in Township 1,.
ages of rich
by hto, which were read,..eonsitJerediand' NEW YORK, March 20.-Salet of CoHonio.day.,9QO'bal body, pino lying
The Southern Enterprise. ture. and or two other clergymen were present 2, 3, & 4, south of Rango 11,12,13,14,15.
arguedIvito .. .s, at a decline of j'ceijt. on and took part in the solemn service.-2V. F.Evangelist. dark soil
This formerly published in Thomas-, \ East. These 'lands, have a deep
R solved,. That the Committee on the Ju paper Middling and tea on Fair qualities, causedby FATAL ACCIDENT.-We understand an .
be Utttnscted to I i into the' ville, Go., has been revived by Mr. Bryant accident occurred a few days since on the founded,,on clay and marl, and are probably
dicrary inquire proprioiToflaffl the news by tho Arabia. Middling Uplands It is shied that in one ef the vilge of the the largest body of good knd in the $tate.
tjfeg the aaUrr of the judge of It js neatly printed and conducted with ability. lljc. FIonrquieb-.iea bar- branch road leading from ,the main trunk of town Sirmhurjr,, Ct., there fs an adultto With the improvdinents ,now progressing
7,000
fforthrriiliftH$pf:Florida. jand that they '. the P. A G. R.R. to Monticello, resulting ,in be found' who has not h cdunty Columbia is

report by buTarjmrwiae.JarfW .' I TBX NJSW BRITISH Mn hT I'.-Tt is stad rels, some descriptions at.a decline.. Wheat the immediate death. of Mr. .Wm. Ware, anda ncon\erted destined completed be through the'richest oqr and moat populated

'/ ;'IfertA Committee on .MilitaryAfoirs thnt Mr. DALLAS our Minister. to LU.lJd o,-i in heavy-sales' 5,000 bnihelt. Turpentine severe fracture of a:leg of his overseer. Mr. -In a dispatch from Washington to the Baltimore !. in the State.to ,

bo: inttrectcd to.Inquire.as'to the proprflriy -:. bit dispatches to our government, exp eue3,1 : dull Rosin buoyant at. 81 52$.a.81 55.- 'Warp and his overseer were engaged in conversation San, dated yesterday, it is' said that '. '. l
fciJO1;n o Jtyof fortifying'the mouth the opinion that,the'.new: ninietrjj\of Englandwill Rice dull. near where a' tree was being cat I all doobt as to the election of the fre'Btatetiokot FOIKSJP. 11&1 is reported,t4'have.
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of ,tic jiver;, St JoJm and tie' harbors .oftBeSUteofnor b ..more favorable"and. roneiliaiory to : ;. down, which in falling cmo in contact witha in Kansas has ben d by recent f .e_tragedian,.; .
Tam'p' Itnd'A abieOS', -. ,:th.Uuhed Statesman the,old,one. lie Is MOBILE, March SO.-Salet yesterday 5000 leaningtree and was thrown (rom its'conrso information from that foT and partaken of tie'refloat. excitement. .to.( "

sa.'r"}4'. 11fi" r.pen. .,b 1..bill, ore also.of. .opfojou_ :Jh. t will not,- .according,tdinoL bales.Middling11' a llr.. Sales_ of the with the.above "melancholy. result--Madison fore Mr. Cajhonn that d.chr:.rrtor1. te. alent &te nor&ftij&;pfttfrom'th d ct.o d.l

or', ,,. .!tu' "" t." ,. _.'".b",..-.."" ,1 .a1ft.i 1rt PP.'aranre.i .. rawsi!Joog 'weeV 18,000,;W wceipft* of-'wfrk'246,006, Messenger of 2fh *6 give ctrtiflcttw ,. I -?.error 'Afnttpw '; r,: t' iJI '. :.
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WJr'u. : 1' State Lotteries s lfoney.for tKe SiHion !. SWAN SCO'S, lotteries, .

TB.ir7 u7sCakbGr7, i For APRIL 1858. .. y < : AUTHORIZED by th STATE of GEOI
&r& cn agn the pt1ah) bbtby Us* ftttProt 30,000 DOLLARS POR PIYE POLLABS !Ib' :- ? .

D *fteoant 6f wino poor creature lfyItii'Th- *iTse Wood's n '.r BestoTtttre _R. FfiAwcE-0-& Co., Jtfonagers.pURCHASEKS 80,000 Numbers-3.238 Prized! $7OOOO CA thO T11gbuee 3T
his her
fcnrewl l
Isbeen tattly >y or If you ara Bald,
*tIng fire. ll.c: gr* / majority of .. Use Prot Wood's Italy Beetoratrre MOEK Tf4M[ I.raiZatTO EVERY SINE TICKEl -

victims are females, and the reasons for If jon keTe Jfcrrous IIcii 'che, ofTicUta will beer in mind tbatL Ont'Titket can Drcta.tkrte PrvxtlCapitallPrize FOR $10 DOLLARS I.ITpHB !.! r &nd. d5l $CId1i
se Use Trot Wood's Hair Ecstorttire.If the Lotteries are drawn State
by
Mnrjlaml
simple. Their rlatfiiug is more' foilninielirne wfil be drawn by S. Swan 'j the Ieirht and girTh
yre very ron bare Dandruff, authority nnd by a State .flker-antl all ecleraes 630,000
trtjstibls than that of men, and j it barns DM Prot Wood'* Hair Eeetoralire.If are examined cud approved bv him. JL & Co., Uitnsgers.rf the Spaita AcadVoiy Lot- i1I be ro daily
from tho fact that it in each of tteir Single Kon.btr Lottmes fur E.erdI.wLbau'tld
cb more freely hangs yon tare Eruptions Beware of nil Lotttruwith rxtrcnrd'nary HAVANA PLAN OF SINGLE MJM1RR%. teij.
*n>n the pec'T!. rcrn.les. too, gen- Use Prct Woods Hair lettoratlre.If lnrre Prize? for H Hiinll cost cf Ticket -nil such are March, 1W>8, *l Aipotn.-- GC.iyIi, in pUc.: ua- Leave TaUshaaee.. .... ,
jocelv: 1J S of mitid and cool j a desire Glos yllair, I swindla. Tl p llHiin rer! "f the Mnryland Luttt-rics J'ASElt COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERYA dci ;1.e sujcl 11.tet.dt t.e I Cen.n lEaktMri. /rrir. at SL
presence
*v 'jvhave Yse Prof. Woods Hair Restorative.If I present as l larir and fair ftlien.c- can IK math l 1r L.re SL Uirki.
DI4S' ".}., STJ emergency than sdallt rnen.r.nd you desire to preserve the Color, the price of Tickets ; and peisons purciiasing in them /;}' UTHOR1TY OF TIIF STATE OF GEO. CLASS 5, 4'rnVeatTaIia1Mae4., .. ...

: bei1 ,{,elr clothing takes fire! instead of shisnwthfr Use Prof. "Wood's Hair EeatoraUre. if they draw a Prize. vil critrthilv be paid. In the Drnwa 1st. 18ES. To be Dratrr in (1.6 City ArgwU. Oa, in puUie, And on Kun Vjs when cftc sjj fcitlK

the fkrots promptly, they give .I yon desire not to looie the Color, 01 hers, every dollhr invested is so much thrown CLASS LL, April OR Latrdup. J/crcA f.thf 1&& lit* of Mail Sunnier ptylog **twMoX. &

ifg1 fresh -rigor by flying wildly a! out. The Use Fro "Wood! Hair Beetoratir awav. CLASS MM Draw3 Aj ill 15th, 18C8. tans. Etj West acd Havata, viA&* f ,

*tie of wearing hoops h another aid to the1p.ead If you want a Cheap Article, In public, at Macon, Ga.;, under the sworn *ap rintendence CLASS 6, depart torn St. Marl on tic ICJh and,t4 MCMtDioeth.
f0Ofl Use Prof. "Wood's Hair EestoraUre. Magnificent Scheme for 11th April. of E. C.: Bulkley and Joseph TV'aterman, Oa in .
the Cit cf 'U.
of the flames when the clothing takes T. he Drawn :n Augusta, ,
If yen admire the Beautiful Lock, Esqs. On I'cM&eal 4 Georgia Hail lJtrain '
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$ XarcAl3tA. 1B68.
in the case of ihe lady who was Ce Prof. 62.518 Capitol Prize. O oLwd-y.
ire, M young Wood' Hair Ee tor Uve.If 'will be run on ttvadajt, W.delapdays lad
orned to death in a public school house, in yon admire the Beautiful Btuglete, Prizes Payable Without Deduction. : -

%- Tort! nfev days since :-the hoops in tee Prot TTood's Hair Uestorstive GRAM CONSOLIDATED LOTTKRY, CLASS F, SCHEME : CLASS of 7, Oa, in public.On Leave ......... .. ::': .: 2:
', tho crfortunate.Tictirn in that in- If yon wish a Beautiful Complexion, To be drawn in Baltimore City, April IT, 1S58.I To be drawn in the City Aaguita, Arrive at Station No. J (Walker1 Mifl$4'Y.
t jrts of Use Prof. \7ood' Hair Beatoratlve.If _. I Prize of. .. . .. .. .$80.000 Saturday, March 2WA, 1S6B. tl
of Lose who Leave Station No. 3. ;... ..-.. .. .... A.Arrivr .
the kind ofToits > -
14 Drawn Ballots In each of 28 Tickets..i
itssre, defeating yon wUh a Face free from Pimples, Packages I .. . .. . 10.1.00 .10.40 ICT
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at Tftllalaseee. ...,. ?
her assistance. As all the calamities Use I'rof. IVood'e Hair EcBloratlve.If MAGNIFICENT SCIirME.lorriresof. 1 6..COOj CLASS 8, "

I&to e 'i'n-lv to occur this way will not ef- yon wish to appear Young, 1 Grand Prize of..C)1S .. .....tl00 u f f 2tQO To bo drawn in the City of At tista, Oc, io publ'e, A HACK hares St. Marks on to'ooooict arrfriffoffl Trm.*
that a' material in Use Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative.If 1 Prize of. .. .... ... 12.WX 10 1.COO 1 .. .. . .. 2000 for ITewport and returns in time 'wkh.tLs .
change in the fashion or ? 1 ... ... . 12-yiO 10 1.5BO On SaturJa3,, March 2'71/i, 16-7. Train to Talblaa. .
feel s yon want testimony overwhelming 1 .. .. . .. 1,000 up
oiik things to be done Jo I .... .. .... 8000 10 1,000 FSfXGLL' NUMBERS. '
jioss the preventdeuih'w Kcad the Circular of ProC YTcod'ii Hair KoatoraUve.II 1 ... .... .... P.Oft.) 100 ::: 6TOWl 5 600 l.BOO ON THE PLA N 0 Far* f-oa Ta'Jalaiseo (o St. Marls., ., ,
this terrible \v.y are to r.ige ciulor!; you want to find It, 1 .... .. .. .... 6r-00 4ffi4 6 250 . 1.2SO I, to Stilion 1s 1Yti34 ,
: av f prevention ol f accident from fire, The Depot is at lit Market sL, St. Louis, Missouri.C2P" 1 "" ... .. . 6.0rO "" 150 100 HO lO.oCO 5/185 PRIZKS ; Geo.It. : ,*.,

j;y t1pOt't! (fliUtS of nil 'he Ie4v',4ans : II is abio sold by every popular Druggist in the city 1 I .... .... ... S.i'PO 6.COO 4 ..::::: 100C4 W) 110 60 5.000 EABLY ONE PEIZE TO EVERY NINE TICEKETSICA1VT F. re fioni Tallahassee to Station jfo.3,J '

3d It) in *nd country. S Prized of... .. .... 4.000 M 60 3000 15 45.000 CJEME! 0 eo.R.IL.. ... .... .....'
lames "clothingxiben Mf(
of extinguishing 5 S.'flo 5.r.M 40 Tallahassee StaoONc3W3I.
February 6,13M.; -lyi Fere from to {
5 .. .... .... Approximation Prizes :
adult 2c 00 MAllCH
kindled. Every 2,000 ,5i4 Bt KAWN EACH SATUKIUT IX J 'tO9
they are once TO KCr 3 .. *% .*
friows that flames burn npxraid, and that 84,412 Prizes.... .. .. ..amoimtinp t"........ ....$1.179.179 4 Prizes of 125 to $ t0.0fl0 .. $500 1 Prize of. .70,000 > 4 Prize of. .$C The Iron is billj not *yt* laid* *tn* Sratkq> *8 t, -(fCafarfr '
Tickles $20, halves I |10, Quarter $5, Eighth $2.50.A 4 60 to 10.000 .. 500 800
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skirt takes lire hnmoiital i Inns. 1 Mil! but will be In March and Ifepot" .ia
dress a petition ip ,) early a
when a 2fi ..........
Packae- Whole Tickets cost 1520 8 40 to 6.000 . . S20 700
is the best for the endangered! person ; Must draw... .... ... ... ........ ... 23SP.isk 1 10.000 \ 4 process of construction to be completed 'by flic tin/
12 25 to 2.500 .. S"0 1 . 0.000 I 4 . GOD the track readies the point selected fortfie Station. .2-

first, because the fire is most easily smothered PORT OF ST. MARKS. ... .. ....... ....$22 24 16 to 2.000 .. S60 1 . 4.000 60 SOt -i-i .' .r. 4
in that position : secondly, because it will 1)ut Persons desirous of pnylnp the risk onlr. run do no. and 20 1C to 1,000 .. 2CO82S6 1 . 3,000 | 50 . SOO Freights chawed on Pensacota dI58. G7iR.k.SE
get a Manager's Certificate ol l'a.'knge of 26 Wholes,for.$2- . 125
L..rn *o fiprei>lj; and Insll.v, because the face do. do. 26 Halve .. ... .. .. .... 140 1 . l.tOO' lot 'to kpaide5iJgyofQj
saved trur.i the fire ar Z
is thus . . FROM ST.
March 21. Krig S.mp'on r.risxs, N>w Tork. do. do. Eighths ... B5 Prues.
of breathing dunes i i'* thus le- euetl. Very | 22. iJnp; Urazimbc, lo: !elT'>ok. from Norfolk, In ballut.'U. Tickets $10 j Halves 5 ; Quarters 2 50. sretl.COO Cott'op'rbae.! ... ,. 4
geT hose clothing takes bclir. Muiite Cliribiistoddard, from New Orleaai, 4 Prizes cf$400 appiv'j; to $70,000 prize Tobacco Boxes p T 10V-Ibs. ... ... 25, sa
frequently il pel-sons the cargo ucs'il nidzc. HAVANA TLAN. Th S OCO Prizes rf.l5 will be detrrminc'l hj (he 4 300 25.000 1,200 Corn and other grain In sacks perbusheltl fjo 10 10

1e: wrr Nmj: >lv* t" '"oll themselves tijion CLLAUEIJ, *_ List figure of the nur.iVr that rirnws (the ?30,0no 4 a, 200 If-.000 SOO; j SahrT cack ... . .. :...-.. ; 40 .40
fjtir the fixim-s wotdJ Ins licaileiu-d! and firallv 19. Schr. L. A.EdwarUs, fehacleltord.New Tork, with t02) All the numbers"put ''i the wheel, and every 1'rire piize.' Tor example : If the number drawing the 4 II 125 7.CCO( COO | Hay in Bales per HO Ibs.. . ..... 20, U .
cxlingished ; %ihil s'luvjienng! ihe bumjnVpait b.i'.ft. cotton 11 b:>tor rojn cutting*., 2 talcs hidca, &e dry put in nnother.Iiilhi jSU.OOO prize ends vih; No. 1. then all the tickets 4 I< 100 h 6.009 403 I Lime. Ct-mcut. Slate, Plaster and Guano 1tl

virli! a st.jn ol l ot.jn't, A rug, H (Oat, liulo.s 2B. ,Brig and j tiuiz.I.'M skills Crow ll, for Brookljn, with live cak. Plan, which is the olJ-faibwnt.il; mode tif whore tL j No. em''* in 1. will L? crtitleJ to ?lfi If 4 $1 76 8.500 "" SOO I i in packages per 100 Iba. ..... 25 S3

o'ranvthii'g 4f th" kin-l that be near at IN POUT, li'tnfiiij, every Prize IA drmm out. the No. ends with No. C. thon fcl ll! the tickets where 4 a' 60 l.COO 200 I Ear Iron per 100 Ibs .. .. ...... ,. 2ftSO 29 15
may the No. ends in 2, will be entitled to $15, and BO on C.OOO rica of SO are. . . .. .. .100,000 I
.
All otUr 100 Ibs .... .... 20IB U
'viii ahnost inv.iuably accomplish the Karl. K. II. OumWe. Powoil, loading fur New York GRAND CONSOLIO \TED -Th.tra Cla's 4, goods per

hand desired, end. Sometimes the blazing garment Brig Munpsiiu Oruzuil: ,,Urigps Kuat bruok, loading with d.si live hargi'ii oak;*' To be drawn in Bjlt'-inorr M'L! ?:itunl3T, Aj.nl 24tu, 1S53. toO. : -S-5- Prizes amounting to. .. ..-. .. .$320,000 From TALLAHASSEE to STATION S t
ScUr. Moute Christie, stoddord, acliargiip'' j Cotton per bale .. .. .. .. .. .... .. 25 11 CO
intv be torn off belore ic is too l IMIC, the file I 50.660 I'iizes 40.00U Tickets Certificates of Packages : Wnoiz TicctrstlO ; Hi.vts $5 ; QUARTERS $2j. I Tobacco in Boxes per ICO Ibs.... .. .. 12111121
Of 10 Tickets sold at tinfolh.winir which %
he put out by doubling" the burning are rale, ( o2- I Cora and other iu sacks bushel 6 6 i,.

may material, or a vesrl of water, which can bensed Spring & Summer Goods MORE PRIZETHAN BLANKS. ) 10 Whole Tickets . . .$35 00 fLA OB TIJK IOTTERY.Tho I Saltpr Fack gram.. .. .. ...per.... .. ... 23 25 iff.ii
is the risk: 10 Half . .. 17 50 I
l be hand. I Numbers frorr. 1 t' 60.COO, corrcspondiuj Hay in Bales 100 Ibs.. .......... 121 xtf
effect near at per
with good may JzLi Rccacfd per Bark R. //. GAMBLE : SPLFNDID PCIIFME.no ) 10 Quarter .. . 6 75 Lime
with those! Numbcn f r. the Tickets prcted on separate I Cement, Slate, Plaster and Ouano -
All these contingencies, of course, require DinrcTios ON rr.nra. rrizrs TATAELE IN rii.t. Bank Note. of sound Banks taken
at will tmalltin tubes in 100 Iba.. 121 IftI
The rules for the A OKNEIIAL STOCK of SPRING AND SUM- 1 1'rireof.. . .. .fJTi.O'O; 4 Approximifnto. ..JW. par. slips of pnper, are encircled I packages per Uj
judgment to meet them. JTI MLJl GUOL'8, Coacistiug t>f Dry Goods, Groceries 1 12,000 4 .... 2.V) Checks on New York remitted for prizes. an! placed in one a hie! I Bar Iron per 100 Iba .. .... ... ... m 12j UAllothergoodsperlo0 *
prerentin of accidents from fire may be briefly Shoes, dc. 1 4.000 ((8 .... 20)) Address orders for tickets or Certificates of Packages The iiiht 407 f.rize.s riini'arly! punted tnJ ccclr- Iba ........ 15 18

inmmedupas follows: G. & J. MEG INN I S3. 1 1 "" 4.0CM1 8,000) f S M .... 150 )Tickets to cled. sire placed: ] in aiiihei Xil.tel. EDWARD HOU3TOUN
clothin" March 13 1853. StallLC1i JJi-axit e>(rt\tf'ednetda.v 1st carefully avoid setting fire to your 11-61 1 .ii03 f ANDERSON' Pru. :;
Superintendent
1 \Z \ 8 .... ICO SON, Mnnu rs. drawn fiom the wbet l Numbers, and al the same 4f
; 2d, if your garments take fire, do r.ot 1 IJi'OfI Macon or Sarancah, G a. time H Prize U drav.n from the other wheel. The February 13.135 1-Zm

ran about the house or out into the open aii, Bonnet Ribbons, Fringes, 1 'I' 1.241 1,24; l l'I (l 8 *- .... SO May SO. IS57. 22 Number and Prize dawi out arc opened and exhibited -

fanning the flames as you run ; 3d, lose HQ. 1 1.0.l 0 8 .... 60 to the audience, and regijt d by the Commis- $50,000 Cash!,
........ .. l.OOOf .
1 Sale of aiust the number .
the Prize
phieed n
time in getting yourself into a. horizontal position DCNNET111BBONS. 10 . .. 400 40 .. 50( Negroes. tiuncis; : Ix-'wg 3,000 Bales Cotton I
roll the floor double 10 ... .... .. SoO 40 .... 4> drhwn. This operation i? reper.tcd until ell the Prizes 5,009 Leon County Bends
4th over or .I_) ILL be sold sale cash
: ; up M.irrt-ilieb ufd Ploser.ce Sdks, 1 5\T at public for on the let
100 .. .... .. 2'V' ) 4K) ... ST nre <:riun: on'.
blazing! dress so as to make it as compact Silk Rout.h 6 and Artificial Flower, T t Mi.nJ.iy in ApuI next under a decree rendered Prizet. The. two and UNDERSIGNED caakes the folloirinj proC
your 20,000 I'nzos of$S, det'rminwlhy the Capital Prize, being Approximation preceding TilE
as passible; 5th, if alooae cat pet or anything Cottcu Fringe. MaIs(lilt Braid, oJd or >irn.TVholt' I in 0t! tiieyy iii m Leon Circuit Court, thiee likely the two succeeJiiifj Nunshers to those drawing the JL positions to his friends add customers viz:
of the kind at hand mother the ila! eillt-ti Buttons, Tickets ll'i', Ihihej, $5, Quarters $2.SO :.n"groeu, be'.ongin! to the Estate of Canada Summer first 7 Prizes wi'd ba entilld to the 2S Approima- I Firat-He will receive Ca; *h in pajxncft rbi* aHatnr.cuU
is Lulits: uud Misses Parasols. A Parknef of 16 Whole TicLeb, cout. .. ...?!60 sett deceased b.fIIe the C-'Uit h >;;-e iJnor in Tullalii I due hici notes bonds br account.
flumes with it ; and Uth, and last and nuo\* Must draw . . . .. ... . .. MEist 9ee, io the highest. b'd'ier. t-.ii 1 slaves ti.n: Prizes. For wimj !" : if Tijfcct No. 11250dnitvs on open
ALSO are oai"youn : tl e ?70,000 Prize, those Tickets numbered Securely-la the absence ef GwA, be will rtctir*
ill, whether _>ou are a victim or a looker on, . . .. .. $ ? woman aud child and one young man abuut 11-JIS, 11219, M251, I I 252. will each be entitled to Cotton in pi\raent for all bends, notes' or' o4 n B9
keen a& cool as possibl", and do not lo eyour Lsiies.. Pompadour S. S. Skirts, A Mansgnr.' Cert'1rate of Package It \Vboles, where 19 or 20') \cars of age. EDV i X A. hART, $1o0. IfTioket No 550 draws the *r.0.000 Prize, I counts nt its highest market price.

of mind.-Philadelphia Bulletin. Ciuull persons wiah to Jay the nn\\\ will be sent t'tr . ... ....t9'5' Special Master ic Chancery. tbe Tickets numbered MS, 549, 551. 652. will each Thirdly-In the absence of Cash and Cotton hi
I' Lattice \\'l.alcbone Skirts ... ..
presence do. do. 10 Halvo do 4S March 6, 1858. I0-tds
Brass Siirt do. do. IS <_>nartrr da.. ... . .. 24 be entitled to fcSOO, tad so ct. aw-rdLg to the above will receive to the amount of $ .ooo Leon County
speech cf Mr. Bell. S-eel Huopa, do. de. 1G Kiglnhs, do. ... . 12 scheme.Th Bonds kt their market value, in payment of Buodnotfy
GWYKU & HILTON, C.OOfi Prize* of 20, will be determined by the and accounts.
L'n. Whalebone tc.. tc
Mr. Ueil, of Tviun, bsee, fevfu1. perh p?, JUbt nccirid and for, sale by cr: All orders fr>r Tirkets in the nbov* s'endj'l .ttcrn.oy it Iaw I last figure of the Number that draws the f 70,000 He would inform his friends anti customer thif
lest the jH-ech of Mr. Cutt rJUnr.uld give G.i J.ilEGINNISS. Sehcmes will be faithfully nod prnniptlv? hll-d. Prize. For example, if the Number drawing the bin payments fur the months of -bruarr and Marta"nre

that "enllcniau an: ndinntarie;; ovi r l.iir. v.5ts'! ilairL 2?. 1853. 13-Bt Address, T. II. IIURI3AHDA-CV TALLAH iK, FLA. $70,000 Prize ends with N<>. 1. then all! tie licktts. I very heavy and he feels confident.. In e isidim'tion '
: Box 40. Biiltin.ore, ild. 0 whe'e the No. ends in 1. \viil be entitled to $2O. If of the srfat indnlcence her tofore extevidei1I .
the black repul lica.s, pioi-teded >n yi-J-teidi\ March 6, IRS S. 10-ly D. W. CWYftK & B. D.i thLTOV, the No. ends with No t 2, then all the Tickets where I they will OXE and ALL come forward and avail

to connt'-ract Us efil-cts by tie d. iiverv of a i Ladies Dress Goods, &c. i TTAV1NG astnciatvd thcmsuhesV>jether in the the No. end in 2 will be entitled U 20, and so on I themselves cf the inducement offered in this adrar

Ml mote lurious tirade against tl.-! Lcccmp- Jaconet Robes, Hctice.LOST II practice: of Law, will give their joint attention "toO. tieeoient awl pay at least an amount sufficient to en*'

ion ( O1tStiUtifl. What is veiy ur.uuslvfih I 1 FRENCH Aqu-IIc, 1j to all bu'-in entrusted to ihcn. They v ill attend Certificate of Pr.cknges will be sold at the follow- able him to meet his liabilities: Should there b;

*Jr. Bell he indicated ett clearly in the Bayadere Robes, or nuida.l.i a NOT E given by George E. the Supu-me Court, tie U. S. District Court, and the rates, which is the risk : any ((1 hope roue) whose eircumstancvs will not tna...
p ; Organdie Lawns, payable to Ji-bn Evans or bearvr for Circuit Cour1 at Tullalmssee; and also the Circuit Certificates of Package of 10 Whole Tickets. .?80 : ble them to comply eveu fn part, I Lcpe they will
side the
Grit hour of his speech on which of t PJ.iin and Printed Biireges.Embri.iderfed ?1SO, Hated in January or Febiuarv, 1S57. I f. ie CuUitsof Gndadrn. Waknlla, Jefferson, iladison and 0 Il 10 Half 40 come forward at once, and say sX closs! up tBeir 6--

question he stood; butthis may accounted iswiiW Muelitu, warn ill persons from trading for s
fof en the ground that l he fell it necessary to Dotted the proper ounei. G. W. 1IOOUE.iliccasukie. I{ Tahih.isee.? ft .4 10 Eighth 10 power fur payment hereafter.' that e oar know
March 22, ((2T.) 1858. 13-3t I Mnrh fi. 1858. 10-ty Tickets Certificates enclose the whet to depend PAVIf C. WILSOJT.
be Trry decided in ord 'r to head ofT .Mr.Crittenden Tarleton) Nainsook and Mu'l MueliD. .. In ordering or upon.
\\liom be doublless rrgaids as White and Printed Brilliants, money to our address for the Tickets ordered on re- Feb. 13,1S58. -t(
Maryland State Lotteries of which they will bo forwarded by first mail.
I Black Gin de Zurich, At a Meeting cpt
the
hit rival! for black
presidential
republican

commation for I960. Tlw t>eaite went into Ginchatns Black Alpacas, Calicoes Black, Lawns Grenadine, tc.,,Ac. OF the City Council held this day, the following I B, FR1.NCE( ..& CO.., Manacr. !. mi'Purchmers tl.-.n'nate.can have tickets ending in any figure they I'JEW' GOODS I-HEW GUODg1FOJtThZ !'

night session lor the pcrpove of allowing Mr. : Just rectived and for sale by preamble and resolutimg were unanimously I ---- + p.- ---- The Lit I'fDriwn Numbers and Prizes will be

Bell fo p.ceed with h5< sj eecli.-Washing G. c. J. MEGINNSS. adopted : ; OAUTJONNtTICE. rent to purcl-ai imuedtn'ely after the nrawii
ton Union. M .rch 17. iss.; IS-ft \VHCS.IAS. I'' l.is been reproecnttd to the City Council I>ER>ON'S IiHC r.t c itar.ce!!: : ch .uM l e extreiftei J;:*5f"r' Puirhas rs v ill jiltaf-e wri'.e their a'guatureplan. FALL AND WIKTEB-
__ _ of T.il1r.hisse<-. by stmn.'ry ritizfn; ;., that would -i cJi'iui.-Js .>.' S.1Ofl1 they ord"r L"tfciy Tickets I ., a.l 1 give 'h. ir Poat Oflice, Tounfy and State.Zr .
b > expp'l'en' : j.nJ tis''!e tl.s B 'i.ds nfthL- Ren.err.ber that Prize drawn nndj
is
pn per or Ct-ri jjV't4".t t Pack.iffCd 01 Tickets. The country I Ii every
WHAT iT Cos TO jjcrp'oRT NEW Yonn.1Tj Straw Goods, &c.T ; City bir.ring not inure tlir.n sVen JPI cent infer- i? flooded! v/'ih l lgus amid svriudliu L"Ui'rros. Kv- j#a}! ''jlei.i. fi.ll: vit'iout! deduction .

New Voik Day Book publishes a state- e.M.'f'jr the purple of raisiie a sutllcimt amount cry ind'icctps'ijt :s held ovl tn ir tt j'frM.ns to inv-t :27- AH j-rizes t-f il.uOO and. under, paid immeJiittlv I. TRADE.

rnent from the books of the Cojuptroller'b office ADIES and MISSES El-oir.eif, cf money to construct a uitnble Hotel in daM city ; n o'ipy in them. C.ipitil Pri! s of from $20.000 to I aftT the drawing-other prizes nt tho i.su..l .
J-J iJnis an i Buss Trimmed Hats for Summer, And! Whereas The City Council are tinadvi-ed nato time -f thirty dtvi. i -S *r rf"pHE
showing the amounts to be raised by tax ftO.obu head thir m.cherllte---with tic-keta at ?! <
for the of each .Negro.. Panama Hats, the wishes of the people 5a the premise ; There- i $100 000 Capital Prizes are oriered, ti'-keU' ?5. All All eorutiiauiaations strictly conudeutiaL I under-igrned M now rern'tine hit Stocfc ?
EapjKJrt particular department Canada Hale JL FALL AND WINTER
; Straw
f're.Le i ouch, in instance, are frauds ; and if nunsis Address Orders f> Tiokt'tu or Certiiicates to GOODS.
of the rity government for the current year. : Wo.,1 it rtroli'fd l&>i the Iniendeat and City Council, I hf it to them every for tickets, it is so niucli .hrtwn away S. SWAN & CO., Augusta, Ga. I which want itiller in Quantity Quality or 8ijl ,

The total amount to be raised is &157,743 I Just received and f.r ale 1 Lj That the question be ul>'r.ittpd to the qualified voters without tl Fharow of a chance cf getting :i piire.- K3f;_ Pcfsons resuhc nea- Mon'gomery.! Ala., or Embracing for the Ladies,

28. Among the items are 81254.1 14 OH for (I & J. MEGINNi.Martli of s.ii: City, nt inn elt-cti'm to be held fur the ; Beware ef all Lotttjrits where the Jhpitul Prize is AlUnM. Ga, can have their ordere filled, and ave I Silk Robes a Quilt, Side Stripe DeWllo,

for the support of the City and i fc'tate Common 27. 185S. li-Ot I pnrroc. en llc-n-iay the 23th inct.. and at snid flee unusually large m companson to the price cif tickets. time: by addressing S. Swan it Co., at either of those t a. i Flou.crd, Challis
tioL tho'ie who :ir > jo favor of the i3u.tnce of Dnnds
; !in instance wht-re large are offi-red fr a cities.
t-very pnzed "
Schools ; 8250,000 for cleaning Greets- ; Domestics &c. I fur the purpcsc nforraiid. to an amount not exived'r small: cost of ti.-ket-*. put it down. as a cert-mi frnud. (KT: Tit-Iris for Sale by E. M. WIST Canihle BroemideBavadiereStripee' ,
Robes
for cleaning docks and piers, 8 5 7OO ; fur : i-li'J.O'i"i.( payable in twenty jears, eh-ill virile : The Kentucky State Lottery f"r the hem-fit of the *
COTTON Off.alub Si- .isp cr.d Slirtinga.H' Tallnhaswe, Fie.J3f China, Striper Gac*. Printed ileriao noleV
"
'
fe.la- their bullotd the r.ord Bot' and those
04G0.034( ; for folice. ShSS,548; on opposed Ci'll"j< under i.ur management, it the only
gaa, Shelby { "
__,l Ca1rOes. th'z.ntl! I No BOND." A list of the number that are drawn froTi t Sjilin Plaid FoultdeLoire. Dtlaia" -
rie snd expenses, (* 7OCO, ; for ;printing, '.wi aid !>:: .> Linoi 1.: itjurt.\er rrtcl f!, Thit cnid election fehill J L itterv tl.f in the Maryland Unitc-J 1)rawints!Str.f3 v--ii'-l! !all> is other! JepiHy Imtterif.ir'ich deciJfl the wheel, with he amount of the Prize that each I All Wool Dela'iiis.MANTLES.

$85,000. Pl.i'd, Di m< ;: '!', Furniturp phujn, coa'ijcteJ ui.d.! .r ti!i< iiijierrisiDn of IJ. M. West. Ii.J |' -- by tj be decided by;the Maryland Drarrj or.e ii, eutitici to, ,:it he p.biiheJ after .v.y dw.iZg I .
-- -__-- Brown and lead colored Jeans, {. Claik. end L C'. Dt r.titiv. In'-p-ctoiB. who Miailreluin ;purivit frauds. lii the i.lhswing jaqma: Ai.nsa, : ) Ct.n.itutonilst. .
Fine Sea Island! j ns. are Ne'v Orl'au4 Deita !nbile Mcieter Of ITttI KATWUL AJfB ITTiF"Embroideries
i.itings ,
SECOND ROUND or the vo's SD ha--! ar.d tak. n, together w tli thobrJloU ,
Tallahassee Dis' Brass 1ko..., &e. to the li.vnd.t! and City Coui.til. .EEed TIlE MARYLAND STATE LOTTERIES. ; i-t 'n a! .'i.rl, Na't'iilt, Gazttte. ..tt1at.ra In.
Appointments for the !. -Ar-'O- the. !Sh March 18G8. j Purchase in the Mnryhuri: St.t:: Lotteries, then I teJikenct-r. \c.v Y"rk Weekly D-iy Pock, SaJlorfiinij Of KVIRT KIKO.Valencenp .

Leon Circuit, ILxjs. . . il Brilliants White and Colored I Mar lend Lotteries sure of fair and hvntstdrawings. aii.l Pauidiug (iliss ) Clarion.Niv. I Maltese andlloniton LaCC .
are
,. ....... -. April 3, 4. A true ccpy from the Mirntes } you
A e ctJ ass rtaient of Embroideries, 11, 1857. 4d-ly BONNETS. BELTS AND TRIMMING RIBBOJT3."
C. H. HCTCIMNSOM, Ciert.March .
Station 1 D, 1 1.
Bainbridg- Kid-Glove Children Talmae
20. 1 1858. 1 'Jt On? tiling look to, at,]1 that in, if you order from The nndtisiened wonIJalo2the, *tfration of th J
Gadle 17. 18. Lace Mantles. ixr_ ic.,. for sale by
,. hccne-j vender Baltitnore do nt
Florida Eailroad.AT
o.&J. MEGINNI3S. I any in lect-ive any Public fjcnernllv. to hb large and.complete Stoc of
South GaJ Jen.Sg, '
March 12. 1858. 1161Groceries Atlanta Medical
eportCireuit,. .*. Jane 6. C. College.fJ'MIE I cats ot PuckaiCrji. Th Managerb" Certificates hare Gents and Youths Fall and Winter

Decatur Circuit,Tired Creek,. 12,13. Fourth Course of Lectures in this Institution tho numbers pintel. an4 have the lith} .>gruj.hcd signature a uieetiiuy of the Board of Directors of ''he HATS. CAPS. '
JL will commence on the first iioudav m May of R. France & Co. Florida Railroa-i Company, held at Fernandiuaon I h. BOOTS AND SHOES.
ITlateley Circuit. .. .. ... 1 9, 20." next, awl continue four Months. No one line a right to send hi* individual certifirate" the 7th day of November, A. D., 1857, the fyl- PLANTATIONKerseys c00n9
vQuincy.:. 6,27. JUST RECEIVEED : FACULTY aud-if he does it, be ei'.re there is n fraud ut the lowing resolution was adopted : ;

Tallahassee. .... ... ... .. July S, 4.Ajwlackicola BROWN. Crushed and Clarified Sugar, H. W. Raowx, M. D, Prof of Anatomy.: bottom of it.Managers of Maryland It FRANCE State Lotteries& CO WHEREAS advanced to The a eonJtiion work on the which Flori-U brings Railroad it into havinic i I Sftluda Stnp9.Marlboroog ojevt/L: J. -agatiid EIp4

,. 10, 11. JOHS V. loNinz. 11. I)., I'rof. of Principles and Prac Feb. 20. useful and Russets and bhtekSbe'
chewing and smoking Tobacco, connexion with the btteiiws of the interior, and St.ipes
S P. PJCIIADDSON, P. E. Superior Lard tire Medicine. It'58.Attachment. the practicability eta successful prosecution of it4o Plaids, Lins4s nd 1 Eev..Jet..
Jiice, W. J. V.'ESTVOHH-AND, M. D., Prof of Principles and the Heavy Cotton Osnabtrrgnj. Virginn alt
end
Lamp tnd Linseed Oil, Practice of being n&t'iiably demoitatrated. the Company WooiLmseji,
tiurgery.Tuos. whicli} ) ha* thus far conducted the consider I J 4-4 brown and bleach Wool Hats, -, :
Herrings io half bblsMaccaroni. S POWELL, M. D., .Prof of Obstetrice and Dia David C. Wilson, ) In Justices Court for second enterprise
Sprrioi Uotirt.Th1 ed domestics, SteeL Iron and Nafla
that has been reached .
a Pi11t where
Pickles, eases of \Vi>men and Children.ALEXANDEU. ,e. V Diitritt Leon county. Amount | they may hop t
Brown and bleached '
C'vn Staith II. W. Thompson. ) sworn to *42 bl.100. to be met by the confluence and co-operation of the I SheeComplete asarrtnMnt sf .
MLANS, M. L)., Prof of Chemistry and planters and mercluiats of the interior tings, Bard*, .
GREAT EHOLISH EEMEDY.UK Soap, Bali t&, tc. Pharmney. Defendant, and all other interested arhere- :

J13JE3 CLABKra CTLUCXTKD FEMALE PILLS.frepartdfrom For sale by O. & J. MEG INNISF. J. P. LO&A.V. M. D., Prcf. of Physiology and General THE notified of the commencement of this ,putt Therefore to invite subscriptions Ritolvtd, That to the the Stock Secretary of the be directed Company CARPETING, ,. .t

March 13, 1S58. llHENEY t Pat hmol.gy. returnable ton JneticfR; Court, to be held at Tall'- BiusseU, Three Ply and Ingrain Carpets
: a prescription of BIT J. Clark, J/l J" G. WEViMoriFLAND, M. D., Prof MatVria Mcdicand haase on the 2nd Monday, the 14th day of June, A. such steps upoo as the same aSTo-d term the as most heretofore convenient, and to take Parlor Roga and Ja1fu.. fAll \\ .,- ;

2). hyIkiTfl JUrtraorditiary to the Queen.TVa AECHEYIHP .; !!nil ical JIM isprudeneo."c D., Sb8, awl to appear and plead to the same. to the inhabitants may of lire several interested opportunity of the above mentioned srthle-'wU? ,

lanlaaM medicine ) VD&Qieg in the cufe of all T. 71- v'.8o- 31. 1)., omonstrntor Of Anatomy. Given uuder my hand and seal this 17th day of i Counties to take Stock. upon as good terms sa can be bought of anj Eocs .

fe>te palatal us4d a vronrdifte k et to which the fema! HIS CetiBttATiD STALLION FEES : March, A. D., 1858. A true froih the mlnufeg. in the City. ? v .
copy
MMUtotton U wbjpct It moderate all excess and remove \ JL will stand at E. JI. WEST, [u a.] D. C. WILSON.
my L-'ftur... .?105 GEQf. W. CALL
all tMLrmeOon and a speedy core b* relied ou. For the Cot.r o.r Justice of the Peace Sefy.
may Stables, two miles West of the _ H}HARRIED LADIES city of TuIIahitKsei, the ensuing season, to terminate Matriculation. (oJ"B \ V) ; March 20. 1SSS. 12-Sm :
U U pcullarlj.uiu>d." It wU,In a aliort time, bring on the the 20tl day of June ncixt. Directing Ticket, (ta.Y't once). JJ In pursuance of' the foregoingf resolution, notice is
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jBMUbl j period with regularity. HENRY is about 1C 4 bands high; dark )bay, well fa Oruduation. .. .. .. .. Notice.FOUR hereby given that the books of the Company are permanently ST.EcT O L

Each bottle,priee One Dollar,bean the Government 8 tamp funned and finely uiucclcd. and was raided by Job The increased facilities in time U-pau'1"- of An open nt Fernandiua where subscriptions bfgs leai* LOMWIs

tt Great BrUala, to prevent eonnterfciu.CAUTION. Freeman, Eq., of this county. He was sired by the atomy, Surgery and Chcm tiy.. atfurdt-d ?bv nM ''e weeks after date. I shall apply to the lion- amount may be of made the cither in pel son or by letter, the X citizens of Tallabnuee and:yioinity. that b tii-.

celebrated CHARLES ARCIIEY, fonr.erly owned by the and \\ I. .f propoacBto tt/
Thete PHU akocU >ot be taken \>j female doling the flratkret fobecriber known ns one of tb purest b'oodfd" l u'r make these branches much wore ei.tcrtuiuin tlmn I. .'er nd dccroe fur leave 'o se'l Land Warrant. No. town sites of Feruandica company is tho owner instruction youth. Harii g M d dnnsfl.vsT4 -.

m nUu Pregnancy, *t they are awe to bring on Mi sec in the Southern country ; (of the Art-bey Stock) heretofore 53 J54; for 160 acres granted and issued t Sarah A. 750.000 acres of hind and Cednr Key, and also nee in teaching IU thJi Oily, I nope, by itmtirinpsnl ezperif

arrUfre, bat at any other time the/are aafe.la his dam a fine mar, pedigree not known. His get The Diesectluj ll om. bllimtcd in the upper story B ,,, rnan and John D. Th'einnn, minor children ofDtvid praised at over $ uOO.OOO property, and which it is had been rtp- and unremittrd energy, to m rJt A sham of publktpatrmage.
aQ eaM of Karroo* aad fiplna Affection Fain In the is of the finest character-rnn be seen nt any time in of the buiHiiuj. and furui' ed with skylight. will be 'i3t1. l.'ceaid, to be .old t.r ditrihm..tiuu. further assessment of from $S.OO believed that a The greatest ear will- be ttkea with

9aek and Limbs, Ttttgni on tli tit exertion, PalplUUnn of the neigl.boihood, aud will bow for themselves.To opfled and eupplit-d with Found nod inoffensive CHRTOI'HER F REICIIEtT[ Guarn. will be aufficiurt bo*finish fbe road.to $10.OOpei share those commttted'ti'tcy' charge, ''both In regvd to

tk. Beart, Ujriteriea, and White, these Pill win affect aMre curouroge tho spirit of raw'ntr Fine Sck be lU'ijectx by the 16th of April. Maroh 20. 16. 12-4w GE6. W. CALL progress and morale -. .

when sit other mean* bare failed,and although a powerful will stand at the low rates of FIVE and TEN DOLLARS Good b.'nrd csn be had nt ?3 to $4 per week. Jan. 9, 1858. 2-tf Sec-y. As complete and tboroogb a.*4ocaUoo trffl b*

remedy, do not contain iron,cal'infl. antimony, or any -yo IXSUILAXCE. The subscriber has been For further ijifurm ti m. nddre.w.J. Notice. given as can be obtained at aoj otter Inatitutioa 1 ia N

ttln;hurtful U the constitution. driven to this necessity from the fxct that too frequently (;. WKSTMOKELAND, Denn. months after date, 1 shn,1.' iii'eeeiit, my final die State, and as soon as the patropaga will vnrim' :
Pull dtreetion accompany each package. Sole Agent for mares are nt bronght forward regularly.r Atlanta, Gn, Mch. 20. 18C8. 12-tfm SIX and vouchers as administrator of the eststa New Maps of Florida, able and competent assistants will tnjMoowL la'"

I.Unitad State* and Canada. JOB MOShS, < ill treated, thereby re 'eutini* success when the of Danson Bootwfight deceased, Jo the Hon. connection with'the SCHOOL, a claw fia- ,

(Late J. C. EaMwlB 4 Co.) Eochntor, K. T. horse 5 is by no means at fault. The money will lie Yonge & McClellan, Judge of Prubtte of Leon county, and eak i'or a discbnige. rtBUSHED B? .

V, 4.-tt/X)and 4 postage atamp enclosed to any auihorfcad den.und in each race, should the mare be traded, B. J. R. BOOTWRIGHT Adml'r. C. DEEW. Jacksonville Florida, will be commenced, and thoM
Agent,wJU lnnra a bottle containing 60 Pill by return ld or otherwise dispose! of. Twenty-five cents in ..Att r2ae3rE cit X.aw.P&ACTICZ March 20. 1858. 126mNotice T ARGE and complete with Ikilfoads and TOWDJLJ bracing commercial life will pnptT b r t *
aun.'oraate. each m e, Will be required by the Oroota. For fur-,, ships. For sale by fasMIiL4 ta
IK ALL THB OOCttTS OF WEST FLO BID A. enter upon the duties of the Ooontmr 00 '- '
by Edward Barnard,Jr., Sola Wholesale and Be tber information apply tu the subscriber. McDOUOAL & HOBBT.F Classic and Higher %
Itu.Lg for Tfli.s. J. 5.It. Dsridaoo, Boia Agent .A.A. FISHER. Office at MAIUANNA. -b. 6,1858. 6 Term of FIT* Jfootha Bnoebee'Af'&vUsIv'lMr. Mji ,:
Qtdaey. Tallahassee, March 27, 1E68. 13 C. C. YONGE..J. F. McCLELLAN. baring demands against the Estate s tm
persons Primary
Dpartroct
ALL ...*lf 9fl>
!!brWy ,i8s. 1-ly March 13, 1868. 11-lf Henry Zeigler. deceased, late of Leon county = Blacksmith The, exercue* of the ScneoL,'will ommeiM S w
__ notified to them to the and '
Notice to Contractors. are hereby present tin- MOIDATJanuary4tb, j$ [ q q
Liver Censplmf For Sale 'dmfgneti. properly authenticated, within the time -.5 Hose Shoeing staJ Hthment. Any inform tUoo rrouired can be obtained .
WI. The oaljr remedy I SUBSCRIBER leave at hit
Hftrft
rp begs to inform the f* *
g iedtActire, when direction are followed, 1* M'Tnuli TALiaHAdKB, March 26, 1858. J ia A DWELLING HOUSE with extensive those indebted requested to make payment inmedwtfly. > .1. citizens Tallahassee and ridaity that HENRY store ol Coi S. H.BXUT. r' i. t3ee.SI15'T
Urar Pin,prepared fleming RrO .. Pltuborghye PROPOSALS are invited until 12 ground, iu Twllaluusee. For particuhr J. B JEFFCOAT, Admfr..Match HICKd will tlwBLACKSMITH

bs pa."b bmi bsen aveaj rt before fte pnbllc, "and has SEALED&. the 16th of April next, to' re-paint _-I1_ and term apply to SO, 1858. 12-8w carry on ,, 49I .
1 .11 s.cttoiis iC the TJalOU. Wh r* U na* the wood work (except jibe Executive Chamber, the D. P. HOQUE. BUSINESS .. .- ::4' ? !- tPIAOS -

bSIit.d. ,Ithss bad the ttrtUmPh&D.t aoceeta, and ba* Supreme Court room, and the Secretary .of State's TaIIAhseiee, March 18, 1868. 11-tf Notice.SIX in all its various branches, and is prepared to extent t1..J-

MtaQrdiir ) oitto *JN aader afliha r and U been of tbebiickrork of the the best months after date, I hall present my final
dtfarantphaaeaa HepaU* outside Capitol, Notice. will be warranted to be equal to that of any Ot1,
"sM sqn : .* M boiled oil" and vouchers to the Hun Judge of Pro 4
4 11 .U.am pure whit lejtd" and to be need, and Blacksmith here or elsewhere, and will gua'1g T
rd1551Tm b.nzefl Lb*5k br DLWLANE'cZLtBZLUD other materials) to be of;the best q-ialitjr, .and the months after data, I hall present my final bate for J fi
by iiaa work to be done in the beet workmanlike manner. SIX arul voucher to the Hoo Judge of Pro- wmannexed of the Estate of Jefferson B. Ellis, late HORSE SHOK1NG. Eepairing and Ironing Statam ,e .- : *

Igg. ;; ;. ccVeTt111jes Ia QKfwrt.getrataa Separate PropoeaU fur the jnateruls will be received bat JeflerwD county, a* adoiinutratrix of the e- of said. county deceased, and ask fora discharge from .I all Vehicles, plantation' .c, and all other .

5,. x ;wjsa Termtega,alao and paintm.are tueste4.tq exllblt ipecimeniocwliuut tate of Ypi B.SeWTt,' Late of said county, da- 'said- adminhtratioo.- p brarwhea appertaining to his business of ?arau ;

be bd &!sU respeet. ... OakBtCfR5'K>doiberpa tookmr eeaMd,'aod uk for*' *fu charsr from said ndtniaUtratbu. JAMES B. WAI.KEBAdtnt'r. W1i!.rsciivs V*reMsnd i prewB atleoF tup1gy
with the Will annexed.March .
; % I T$.H.AUSTDf?TMUUNT, EL8 -8T2WABT, Admtr. v n LHIBER3'5 .
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.ty Li f if ill f AjntUUi. r.ruE traderttgnea ogs taife to raforcfthe eitiJL JL %* dH T,TTJ : YS'M2U31

"'"" f&''C AS. E. DYKE, LTOM PEATOEIOTJS; TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. zens of Tallibaasee and vracimty. that Le baa Lvactv&u OF COMTEKTin SJIMTWARK JD
ui1ics
opened a carriage shop in lhia place joining RXTAIIIP V
pHE Proprietor would In- lEofl WnouaAis' A**>
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At Tvn ad'&ne.. MERCHANT TAILOR; .,JL form his friends and the Brokav's Lirery Stables, PHI FASCY AD JAPASSXDWARE. Perfuer7 w Dye.te. nrgie. hsta #.

.. Dealer in Beady Wade Clothing and public, that be has rebuilt his_, Jl DEALZ2 ir Spice*. Saaff. n JOHOTTS uus.Faint*
in the building ipied by1 L. Oroner, '
large Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is now formerly<>c Oil, Vanishes Patty Manofc-tomi Tclaee.
'Gentlemen's Famishing Goods. where he is prepared to do all kinds of work in his IIcadQnnrtcrrA and Glass Ware Patent '
$1 oo 3T prepared to accommodate his friends and customers Stove. Medietnee
4' k_ 50Prciftselanal V tie also has attached to hi 8tables! ,a good Blacksmith line, at the short *t notice and on the tnoal ..a-. SPLENDID assortment Cooking. Parlor Fine Soaps Vine Tooth, Pure Witts '

irij Baii e s Cards insetted at glO p rAdrecEseaMvttnot am noicreceiring my Fall and Winter supply Shop,where be 'will have have dene all kio'i!*of REASONABLE TERMS, 4-- and Wood Stoves, trimmed wilt neaUies and Hair Brushes, for

eeL of Cloths, Cassimtrfs, Vesting*, $f., oj 'Plantation work.Horse shoeing,and Carriagew ork in such as carriage painting and trmruing; making new and durability,at reduced prices. Paint Brushes, Far.y Attielce. '
marked with the number of the best manner and with Garden Seetls, Fine Havana
very prompters and dis busies and wagons,and all kinds of repairing. Having Oat Door Work. Setsn
Ittio -b eoctJaaed until forbid and charged Color and patch. They hare recently received a
I Every Style Quality, Nnember5,1853. 44 p procured a first rate ; flooog.Ornamental Front heath Guttering.Ocp- of every variety of artkles Laigt andrpyV Fre4

of pcblicatioo of lgs\ or estate which / an prepared to make vp in the most Carriage Painter and Trimmer, 1. per and Tin Conducting Pipes,Sheet Lead.Sheet druggists. Pbniers and Physicians Bsoally wfl lept iy
and Harness work thrav* nj
Carriages Buggies
.iotietTlnot be gtvea until the advertising fee is fashionable fltort notice from New York, the undersigned prepared to do Zinc, Lead Pipe- Patent Ci tcm Pumps. Shop atthiaesiabl hmeotafcIIsBprfyceTerTtaJ
style, on For Sale by P. K. Brokavr.IE iKa kind of work as well and in the ktet style, as it of every variety dcce at short notice. I ded. and on the most liberalfcms rI ,,

AND REASONABLE TERMS Subscriber has just received a can be done at the North. ; City nnd Country JHcrcbnnt Orders from the Conntryprompl.jai asatitfU
ALSO- All! those who have this kind of work to do, and t 1 tine gcaraateed, with regard bath/
_1_ very large supply of Carriages, j I Are respectfully invited to give me a call btfoie par prfeetacd quaff
ACKNiTHTNG! A I.AHCC AND WELL SELECTED STOCK O? _j'9 Buggies and Harness, which he offers wish it d"re in a manner that win not fail to give 1 chasing elsewhere. t;. Hyweanerrss ption arelBllyTOiowwmded.

_____ ___ satisfaction, wcrl do well to call on Also. Plold
forMic on the most reasonable terms. i 2" N. B. All articles manafactncd from the very Eppmg's compound Extract"ef BnrK*
4ct READY-MADE CLOTHING November 18 1854. W1I. KE'11S.M5y267 durable. No other Jan 6. 16516s
TCrOTTCK U hereby given that 45 18 best material and warranted arti !

: i the BrcumtG Bri- Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear, MILES NASH &. CO. lewill be offered for sale. t Cod Liver Oil.
'**** %H1 be ctinned rs heretofcre -* snch ss Cloaks.Talmas, CoatsVests, Paats, Ac, Ac, October 20,1355. 4!
|it| titt OLD STAXD of D. C. WIIAOX in the which will be dUposed of at low prices. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. Piano Fortes. THRESH 4 PURE of tie eeletratej ''Brands H
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ame.style and firm ri f Also, a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirt, Collars, JUST received from New York prr baik R. H.Garn- V: WTE are prepared to furnish Piano Wines, Syrups, & : I1 : Clark A o ., & Tj f vAMSSiUVlLt.

Undershirts.Cravats, Stocks, Hosiery, Ac., Ac. general of articles in line Fortea of the best For tale by
a assortment our I very quality, LD Otard Brandy, Sparkling Cider,
H. B. Fitts & Co. Tbose desiring a thorough oalfitvili consult their such as Oils of almost every kind Burning Fluio, upon the most liberal terms. t; 0 Old Port, Old Port Juice, Aprils, 1856. 14

Grateful frtbe patronage Leretofve extended thecc, 1 own interests by giviug me a call, as all the above ar White Lead. Zinc an 1 other paints. Window Glass of They are second to none in any country either as Madeira, Brandy Chenio. : V -

thej DOW better prepared and determined t} ticks have been selected wih great care, and with a best quality Puttt. Bruthes, Potash, Soda, Sparkling to nuality or price.Everv Sherry, Sardines, Notice.SIX .
are spcialiew to tbeir daptatioj, to this market. G *,Lendc.u Mustard, French Brandy (very beet,) Instrument will bewarranteJ. Gelatine Preserved Quinces, I
SPIRE SO P1IXSe October 18, 166. ly42JFEW fcr medicinal purposes. Spices, PC pper. Lemon Syrup, MILES NASH .

tWr part to aeromroodTte all who tniy favor Inks,Qninine, Peruvian Bark, Fluid Extract Buchu, February 23,1SS. 8 Yeast Powders, Tamarinds, I *, the tndenigned a dminktrator f the E*.
tkem wih iWhr patronage, STRE-NEW GOOD AcM Ac, and a general assortment of Popular Patent Olives I tate of Robert Stursw, deceased late of LeoO eooa-
Spic s
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: Spanish
.' SUCH AS Medicines. We keep none but the very best and I Town Property for Sale. Corn Starch Pickle*. ty, will present his final account and vouchers said
administrator and ask for
a discharge
hope to merit patronage.
your sale the follow Worcestershire Sauoe, Salad Oil, I
Horte Shoeing, Ironing and Re- WEBER & DA3NHEIKER, MILES NASH, A CO. THE undersigned offers at private Mustard DANIEL D.STURGE3, Adnt
described known the Jravi Lots English Capers,
March ISWAKULIflWVRKS : property, as ; Jsn. 9. IBLS. 2-Cm
9,1S36
q, pasting Carriages and Bug fl MERCHANT TAILORS viz: Lots No?. 3.25,27,2O,4S,140.141. 142, 143, Claret, Cocoa,

.gie*, Plantation zrork of 144. 226. 227. 235, 23'J.240, 241, C42, 243, 244, 245. AMES & LIVELY. Insolveht Estate Notice.

every description, ASD DEALERS IX 248. 216. 250, 252, 253. 254. 256. 257.258, 2G8, all I i January C,1S56.Liverv .

Mill Irons and repairing same, Ironing Wagons READY-MADE CLOTH1XGGENTLEMENS1 IeLw :E'cxrt: E'1 in the original plan of the city of Tallahassee. I STATE OF FLORIDA J

-ALSO- ; and Sale Stable. JEFFERSON COUNTY, f
and Carts :
A ( I) This Establishment is Now Under Foil Dlas.t.
aad ia fact every other discriptioa of wk made of Lots No*. 1, 2, 3, 4, f, f>. 7, in S. County qr.A '"I Ml R msdervpned givfrs 110X I OB. D. !tE1CILrJ s. aflmioNtrator of tie-.fil
FURNISHING GOODS t, of
Iron*ed JiUel. all vf which we wAREAyr. and pledge I I. 3 O- tice. that lie has purchased Cbar1esL'urgdortf; late ef JeSersoo county,
the death of Mr. Pond, Mr. Gco. i. KING deceased, has tiLed ia the Probate office of Jeffy.e1
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unelres to execute at the shortest notice. SINCE charge; oIl communifatioi-s, tlxrrforerel.itie Lots Ne's. 4. 12. U. .5, .3, ?2, 25, S3, 40. 43, 61 the Livery Stable of, V county, a wiittcn suggestion that he btliye. the
r. FITTS t CO. : SUBSCRIBERS \ in T3lahas! with thegood estate
< rrni arc now opening, at : \ illiam H. Newcom, .together
to work, tc., should bo siddiesso'l to him. t2,in the South i County: quarter. cf Charles Bnrg S- Jthe Store next to Messrs. G. d J. Mrginnlss will of the establishment and that he is now : Thereup
Feb.17,1553. ly1L All work coming LiiJcr the Ltra i ,f t'/is hushes* The above described ropcrty fcrnerly belonged on notice is hrby given to all rxrors !baring clafmsngaint
a well selected S'ock of Fall! and Winter to the b ines all its liranche*
? in
prepared on ,
Gov. Lrown. For fi.u.r inf and carry
T"il! be promptly, niecbriulcitliy: : and neatly csecuieil.t to rtibtou tfrm I I said rotate to appear and file the same with
Gds, cuitable for ta tnvJ'rate a chaige! as pnee of !ab>>r, Ac, will! ci.sch will be liLcra apT'v to A. Icrry Amaker, Esq tiid promises the public with good accuinmodatiocsin the Judge of Probate, of said cfrnniy, on or before

GEYTLE.JE.VS' TVE.1 1?, j juatitV.Tlis. Attorney nt I..ztcTullsn! *ref. his line ou readable IJCHARD terms. SAUNDER3.Sep. the thud day of May next. Iiez thcr will be a pro-

r 1 sr-csisung in part cf French a".i English Cloths, C s i EsUblibLsient i is not k< pt up f r the- pure ( ilAULES P. MANNING. 6 IS.6 "6 I rata distribution f 1 tie funds belonging to said estate
InII sabres and nestings cf the Ulcs style and be't q-al-: I i of making money, ( 'r1nge t.> >ay.) a* dear U.u.jlittirtiiirce Until solJ, the above prey ty will be for rent. I amongst the creditor thereof; at which time the said

ity, which they are prepared to make np to arch .- i.ii h s dt! nior.str .tfil to nie, itcani-it \lP c'cnn' .*. PE11IYXAMAKER.FebrftrvlC. John D. R :ehcrt will apply lor his final disehsrrc

i a workman like and tosLiouable manner, auJ or UEAco.f I in th'b rg!')n at ll.LraucLi o; burin- -but A>r lie V lG. 7-tf Madison Circuit Court. from the administration of said estate.

benefit fftLi* iiif-irtiinate, wlw Lippeu to have Kugiuts I THOMAS J. CHASE cf ProbaUOct.
ABLE TtzxA. Also, a good absortaitnt of Cannon H. Shipp. Administrator of Judge .
; cud fcuch like, tuicpair. 78,000 Havana Segars 31,1857. 44GmNotice.
EDADY-XADE CLOTHING I Cannon II. Sbipp, dec'd., Corcp't.,
The Pal'trrtz, 5otk, Mariilnet-u. Toolf, dc,, beiry the following favorite brands now in Store : ",
; consisting of: Fine Black and Colored Cloth Frock Lvrye, ill Order, and (j'o>jd Condition- OF und for sale by AMES & LIVELY. : Rt'ldin C. Shipp.. Clarissa Win- j .

j Coat, Faurv C.'. iaiere, Lu':Dfsj C ;ats, L'.ackand Jobs can be Tnrntd Out vithl 4000 Young America gate, William Smith and Molsey, Ia Chance rv.
1 OIX Montis after date the
I undersigned adaioi
Colored lUglaos jtd Ovei Coats, Black and Fancy >f i O trotcr of the Estate of John! Ingrsc
Doeskin and CaseiV.erc Phctf, Figured Grenadine Pclie.! Plumber Boxes for Britton King and Eiizab! th bis deceased
I Hangings 6000 El Muudao Neva Locdreu, I late of Gadnden will bu flail
county, present
astonsti
and Fancy Silk and Cussitaere Vt-aU. Watt-r ani! S-'tam wife, and their Descendants, Defendant I
fchafting*. Spur Gearing, Pipe, 8000 Empress Eugenia, i to the Judge Probate of*a d comity, and ak U
Ames & Lively -.dLSO- I Stop C ki, tauge Cck Grate Bars, Plow Castings 5000 La hlctaa, ; *. .1 f b< diKharged. LEWIS D. JO2IES, Admt'r.

; Srgar Rollers, Circular and UpiiirLt Saw Mill and 40<('0 Old Figaro, IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by I In right of his Wife.

HAVE just received the following. large and well A good aasoitmect of black and fancy iik cravats Gii t Mill Gearing, Circular and Upri ljt Saws. tc.. 2000 Moi-i Mura. affidavit, filed in this cause, that none cf said Defendants Nov. 7,1857. 45-Ciu

assortment of BRUSHES, which are and ties, ehirts, merino, fcllk accl cott/ under shirts, iJent3 of the State of Florida but

offered for sale on as reasonable! terms as can be cffoided coilarc, ocks, gloves, lc. I ><-tic-?. In IV.ct.'lIen- itb, PI.ICC for cl! th-it Want i iI 5000 Antlcbfles Rivas, I that the said Reddin C. Sbipp resides in the State Insolvent Estate Notice.

in any Southern Market 712: The butscribtrs are new Wglnij rs enl 3 not fnlire3y I Work ii thi- Life Dono tip High! anJ sit'i' Dispatch. 10000 La Fontica700. ,- : of Georein, t>.
Paiat Brcslfe*, grrcnd from 0 to OOOCOO, unl>novn to .Lo oommuMt--, ai.d tl1ty pl gethetaselres Having *'jme halt a tl' zen En/ine mSf>lfcoi tantly I .) 111 De Orion, : cf North Cnrf'ir.a. and that the residency of tL said persons having claims agaia the estate of

Ho do do Copprl>oaiid fro'.n Iso. 1 to 6, to
TThit "Wab Brushes, of ill {facias &id KZCS.Viadovr then with thc.r p ircijAps.J. \\ en.T.s cau >* ir. t keep it rip Tiirrcforc! > ou can I II 2t'00 i1ec; :< u. and Britton arid Elizabeth K'ng! an
\ do IIoicc do : WEBEH.L. I aiway* rclv t n lir\is work d.re at theWAA'l'LLA Oct. 17. 18r-7. 42 arc unknown to tho Complaimrt, lat tLrt according sam with tLo JnJg of Probate of Lecn county odor

Shwe do ia pairs ind triib tp knot*. DAXNIIE1.MEILS IHOX WOIH&. to tie 1 Let information hs can obtaio. they bef
Sea Eftot Bath Bruibts. DENTISTRY. reside' (i ifnnv rr them are livia?) i ia acme cf the rata, the executor cf said estate having filed a wtiltsai
?S, 1S57. :;9-'f I -4--
do do Velvet do South V.'estem Statp outs
V getioa iz3aivacy.
Bors Hair Fle b do cvrved and p'aio, --- .3t Here Comes i hecii L.ipor'uul: Thing. 'T3K. T. J. CUR LEE, It i' in n.o'.ion onicret}. that tie D-rienriinta! arrear ,- i D. V. GWYNN: ,

Tooth, Hair and Nail Brashes, in rttt variety, 1) (11 A aii-l nsvr the Complainaot' Eill!!, clhcrvrise, j Judge cf Probate.
PAY! PAY! PAY coiitinup, in future the
Infant's do da .tiL. .U. UJJLiflflJ1iIS i i t TTTILL piafjy the s.id LI:!: f-.iill be taken rro-core350. It is furtlier Jan. 2, 1853 l-45m
Horse d. Fle h Gloves.! will 1 New Y jk and P.tlijijiorc VV tcc of DENTiSTRY, in SouthVGeogi.i { '
You : red t) Philadelphia oiderifl, th.t a cpy cf tLis nr..rr be published -
Wire IxHiad Stencil Brusbrs. now reecivine his Fall and AVr.tcr Stock of And }K.nt wrk 'l'i >-. vjrh-mt f--r a rnom -rt and Mid.l'e iii.d Ejist Flurid-u I weekly f'r f'-ui r.i Ltba in tLc Tallaliajscc Fotdtn! i ITotice.j
do .1_ Goode, fruiuble fur : He k.-1 l.ad "f-vniii: y?ars j rrtelicil >.rfriencc ia tl.c .
do do marking deim'ng of no Jit. but kie i.t Lome. wLerel! .il. Dcni anJ ord" c'J tt C'hamltrs.tliia 12th
lion bound Roof doHandla r.'t I .oiks or r..i.l."'.:; forilitica, or surp'us capital, }oi I [ rofsssicn. th" lart thiec of which liis been in tho-i V dav of December, A. D. 1S57. j QIX Montis after dale. I shall m eiecitrix ef the
;
Scr ib do vii.1 1, 2, 3. i ar.'i I y ':irs crotiit, c.nl then r q.iire I Fcrtion <>i rt.trv. His work H of the rcret beat.- J. WAYLL3 EAEER, JnJgs.Dec. O Estate Benjamin Johnson, late cf Jefferwtf

Poona and Lackering daGcilJers c3a3i5bg in purL f Frncl ard EL CZoft. CetiILCI I ..ue lr lido! fii:a >r500( r.nles f)r p.-.y. ?. } .- bibiy I ful! an J duialle cijar?:>.cr auJ eatibfacvioii is LC.runtee.l I 10, 1S57. 51-4rn county, Florida, decvae.f. render my final accounts,

tips and Graining Ccm's.Camel's e$ Vtugi of all ecrii of tLe beet qu u'.t.i- a'trp"1' L'ri K t V -." pr c.-t; t f i i.i; every instance. V and apply to the Ho-orable Thom.-t3 .. Chnce,Jad's

Hair and Badgers Elendeie. : itv, bEt h be s pr..pared to r.iaiufcLurc to t'r cn V 'ipi'sunt: iij c' liVcti! 1 t. .' r.J't: ? Ia tl.j; co'-o.jr- All connnuaioat'-jr.'i SOt to Jlonticello. Fla. Trill /.i:; Cue Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit of ,! of Probate, of i.ie Court of Probate ef ad eonntr.

do do Peosi-s.! i the izL.t itajonabij terms iud in tLt. ir.oct cgn.g1 Ho'iie Indiii'ry! ? Ifran, yon be strpriied: ICCCITC att.ntktM ai CbOO as t'leyjouI FloriJj.Jl. for a dsLir;' from further admiarrtration of the iiKJ

Sieving Brashes-Badger, Bff1u &ni Bristle, tint it Ujc3 uot Llrs V4.Alingert.4VlIta ? I pnril. ezt..tc. SARAH A. JOHNSON.ITov. .
FASHIONABLE Enoc: Forl tnd hlawlf S-u-
MANNER 3. ?,
Hat do muM be iij'ad f-r rajin i.t before i Mor.teelj. 7, 1t57. 45-m

Together wilb a large lot of Paints snd !inters Materials. Ti> ?:Ler v.a' ger.eral a.".' :tnit cf d.liiory liZ -.v irk. :Lruu/Ji rue Hove in thu j.li-9: n n F j: s y. :< c E s : sac Catharine r*Fi rtoi,

St. jlii'k 'rlLee-tLtt: J b f.tr enough fiomhomo. I Notice.
Xcv.14, 1857. 47 ;, aZAXY-HADE CLOHIIKG, ?, or Cov. >I. S. Pt'BRr, FloiiJa.HON. Wiiiom i C. Saccden. Expcufcr,sin
J. L. SEWAKH, | E-th.T U. Rcse. ExccKtrix,of the 1i Leon coun- Jlcntbs sflcr date we the undersigned ai-
:ISO. 2. I tLtt cc.pre .ivobv -i u.r ft( ci f Chth- Ycu uay be gocd, Lut we e.nn-.t rcn after our I HON. P. i::. LOVE, \ Tbomasyilie, Ga. lut Will ned Testament of Jo.tv Ia CLan- ; SIX of the Estate of Jcka Smith, deceased -
,
I! inc ever txnl i'.t-J iW tale in tl.ib c.;jr. r.>:.-:/in of Lard earnings lu this Departnittit. Jkceiflfs, rLen iliiler deceased, William
; HUT. W. i. DiLvoarL ) eeph cery. late of Cadsden coBrtv. will final
our
line Biac: and CoJoied! CictL i'i l'- I.b'.r 5= f.'it'il out, Inra to .nakpthficnlvrs Ho. Fla. ; present
i.- :; Cii-, c: juitittiy I C.Saunders James ifiller Jo-
L I HET. Vp. i-:. IUMILTO.V, ) I accounts and vouchers to Ib* lion.Jodg .( ProbaU/
lruc'Ca--.six.ue and Dtuver Fioik believe it io half done bccaose (ti owe
i flaeeV not 7 :
n. < Miller, Dan'fl McCauley,
.
I JJo* J. C. McCiJiEE, } -ph of sad ccuaty and ask to be diacbaLt
BY THE PRESIDENT Celts, for it. Ct,:.. E. C I'orr. r Moct53n. Fi Tuomas Cark, and his wife,Mar- t THOMAS R. SMITH. ) ..
lilt-k ani ooiTJ C.urL: 3-rirer J.DU PiictOktr- DANIEL LADD. (;L. M. WIIIT Smr. Alligatcr, Fla. I tha C. Clnrk, and Jhn iMlr.T JOHN SMITH, f A
OF THE UNITED STATES. i ti.ick Sirtoats, New I\.r .'Lh 11, 1&:7. 2S April 23, "57. 17 I appearing to the cati'fact7o3 of ihe Co Jrt by affifJarit. QUViLCY, Ncv. 21, 1857. 476mNotice.
Blu'.k and Fane Dov l.Ir. J
1'agliiii'fi; ;s Cziineic I
and filed in
made thii cause, tint Wrn.

IN pursuance of law. I. JAME5.UUCHAX7. Best Grouadioe. Barathea, Satij end Cloth Vt&U, Mantillas, Cloaks, &c, GREAT S'ALE OF C. Saurdere, Junces Miller, Joseph Miller, Daniel ; .
Precidect of tlie United f Amt-i.-a 3 McCii-.lcy, and John Miller DefendanfJ, hi the Bill
declare a'ul make kuwn btatts that> >uSic.Uo! < o V FAIICJ Ycivtt, Cassiaicie, Silk! und C.. br.ere do., r'J ALMAS, liuf-il and unlincd, Vi School & Seminary lands filed in the above stated came, reside beyond the ju- flE-u'dersigned six months after date, wHl present V
hereby ] V/Lte Silk o, i d'j with Hood, limits to Ucn. Judge of Probate of Lean County
i risdiction of this Court and beyond the of the
undermentioned
will be held at the laud dike,in the
State of Alabama at the period hcic-ii-ultcr ] Gtulb'Sbav.Dicssiug! Rob"s, Fine ShirU, Silk, Printed Plush Uol.as'jue V"GTICE '3 hereby given, that in pureuanre of State FloriJa, but within the United States : It is their final accounts of the estate of Alfred M.Gttlu,
to-vit < igua- I Colt&a and Mtiiao Under fchii ts, Cloak, 1\ law, I w :I'l' offer for sale at public auction, all theY therefore ordered that said Defendants, William C. deceased and ask for a discharge from the admuuetratiou -
td. : Cacty Fl&bucl arid Jeans Draweu. Zoiave Wrjpptr of said estate.
S.'ir.a'UJnni Miller Miller Daniel MeCaulcy
V s Joseph -
At the land ofic at Elba.
comm ending on Monday,
: ; iloire and Cloth Clc js, and J<>br Miller, and answer said SARAH A. BETTONEstr't
appear
the 5th day of April next, for thdi paIofihe [>ubLe -ALSO-
Jii bcfcrc the first M
Lands situated within the named icwnthljit I'.iil. on or Monday in y next. 1858,
rii fallowing I A general atwlmeut of Fancy and Black Silk! and Sable Black and Broun SaLe! Fur Setts, SIXTEENTH .5EC T102cs, otherwise tVe! Complainants' Bill shall be taken as of Us wife.

: Satin Stocks, Ties and Cravat. Colai! colored and Children's Fur Tippet and Cloaks.I | confessed cgaiust them Provided, That a copy of Sept. ?6. 1F57. 2l'-6mNotice.

Forth oftkt lau line and Weft of tfit TalUkitm white( Kid j fcj Silk Olovee, Buck and Lisle Thread I B'JTLEH A DEXHAM.Oct. and lands selected to svppfj dffioirorifs therein, lying j this order be publi-Led! in a newspaper printed in

41feidian.Traeona1towns1.ip7ofranges, i d<>_ Ladios Gauntlets superior Linen, Can.bric and 17, 1857. 42 and being in the C.'untKK Jierem.uter r.amed at I Tallal;as5ee. FJoriia, once a week for four months ; .

8, 9, 10, 11, 12, ; Si'.k: Handkerchiefs, Brown and Fancy Cotinn, Lisle the times herein ppcified. The f"f the lands jyirtf ;, prece-lb the said Rule Day in May, A. I), 1S5S.
IS. 14. 15. 1 Fractional towuttip 6, of rafcg iiTJY. tinCo !it tVbnuqe, in winch they respcctiv tly A. I) Si7.;; J. Judge.
12. 24. and 25.Fractional October 18, 1S56. 42 r SEwho Lava not ou-t1i-d] themselves will ) Jan. 2, ; bat, Jefferson county, as administrator with tie
commence
dx-na 25, 2C. 27, 25, and SO' cf factMNial with stock for tL- preetitcar, I ___ _ _ _ Will annexed of the Estate of Mary Sahonetall. late
township 6. vf range 26. : would! do well to wait and ace >ur lot b<*v_ In Madison County, on Monday tic Ix.i'L cf FULTON FOUNDRY of said county deceased, and ask for a discharge from

Fractional *ectk>n 26, 2S, anti SO, of fractionaltoirotlrip I Congress Water.AFRECII j fure purclming elsewhere. We have several fine j April next ; said administration.

0, of range 27.Frth.'iml upp'yjuLicceived. and for sale by pair of Lorbes, well broke, and idso several A J"o. 1 i ifcingle In Columbia County, on Monday the I(lilt rf 11L1tzLEi c, I1ftap JOSHUA TAYLOR, Adnfr,Ac.
harneee Itoiscp which will offer for sale r N.v. 7 1 55 7.
45-Gax
we on i ,
section 26. and the cast | of fractional
I AMES & LIVELY April Jie.it ; p r 1IE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the
section 28,of fractumal townLip 6. of r. ngc 23. i i Sept. 19. 1857. 38 th meet reasonable If-rm 'V In AJacJma County, on Monday the liC/A of J_ public hat they have associated themselves in
Weather will be in Tallahance
permitting we on Notice.S
Lands law thee of choole V *
appropriated by or i> business under the name and style of .
aLd oilier will be excluded ( Rice Eice or about the 18th or 20th inst. Aj.rll nc.it ; -
military, purposes, rum I Cardy Baya & Co Months after date, I shall as executor of the
the sale.Ti9 HILL A HILLS.Jan. In Levy County, on Thursday the 2Dth of ,
A TIERCES RICE 20 half tionvs d- Estate of Charles T. J. Singelton, late of Jeffer-
9 > 1C, 1658. 3-tf j
tl' trade Founders and
offering of the abftre lands will be commercedon April next ; for the of following e
for fcale arrive Null from Charleeton. purpose son CjnnJj Florida deceased, render final ae-
tJJ to Henry my
:
Ue day pp McNAUGHT, OUMOND in which they are advertised until the whole shall woik appertaining to this business. Steam Engi'aesfuiniJjed
Dec.Tl 1K57. 51Plows I GUNSMITH SHOP ncil said county, for a discharge from further administration -
;
bare beea offered,and the'tale* thus closed; but the : to order and warranted to give satisfaction.
of said estate.
ale ttw.Il not be kept open longer titan two week, In Sampler Covnly, on Thursday the Glh of Sugar Mills and Castings of all kinds made with CHARLES T.J.SIHTOFiTOlf,

aed no private entry of any of the land will be nd- r "lIE nterrigid! bogs leave inform thu citizens May next ; I neatness and dispatch. Plans and estimates furnished Qualified :Eit'r.Nov. .
Bitted until after the of the weeks. of this nul that he the 10/A of all kinds of and They
expiration two FINE LOT, Ttrious eizes, place surrounding country, j In Ilcrnando County, on Monday of I Machinery Engineering. 28, 1857. 486mNotice.
Given under my hand '4 the city of Washinglion, A f"r rale bv V ________ j has opened a number oneGU.YSJITJ Maincil ; V are aUo sole agents for Hoard t Sons Steam Engines
this 2Mb of December. A. D, 1 857. for Ginning Cotton. Grinding and Sawing, and Harrlk'U's .
day
McAUGII'f' [ ShOP
.
ORMOND d COJan. _ In Hillsboru' County, on Saturday the liilhof
JAMES BUCHANAN. Grist Mills H>r team or horse power. .
By Ui.'Frerident: 23, 1658. 4 j and that he i is now prepared to do all kind of \>oik i ij May nel ; JOSEPH CARDY,

THOS. A. HENDRICK3. j btlorging to Lis line of busines-k; ia the best and most In Manatee County, on Tuesday the IQlh of WILLIAM BAYA. JL\A LL persons having demands against the estate ot
LocMnes workmanlike manner. All work dono at hid shop William Ellis, deceased, late of Jefferson county
Commissioner of the Gencm Land Offic*. j Mayncil. D. S. WALKKR, JOHN CARDY.
will take notice tht must them 2eV
warrants!. they present
20 HALF BBLS. Lochfine Herrings just landed %3f CaU andyitc fiim n tfinl IAUGUSTtJS XOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. and for sale $10 half barrel.McNAUGHT. .
price. UKOW.V. Jan. 1C. 1858. 3-18t prescribed by law, or this Doticu win be plead In1

Evee7 person entitled to the right cf pre-emption ORMOND & CO. Shop next door to J. Ni G. Zukcr's, Harness : Winter Supplies. bar of their recovery; and all persons raJebfed to

(o any of tbe lands within the townships and parts <.f Dec. 19.1857. 51 silo ), From New York $ STOCK is now complete and open for in said estate are hereby notified tc make imie dwt*
townships abnre enamerated I* required to ttiblib1i j OUR and usual payment to the under f ned.
I comprises as a good selection
the tame to the satisfaction ,f the register and reeeiver NEWBOOKS. 1 Tallal.fassee, Dec. 19, 1857. 61-Cm PER BRIG IW.'fING TON." of CHARLES TAYLOR, AdmtV.

of the land office nt Elba, and tnale j, JUST RECEIVED GARDEN SEEDS ( Sugar, ,
at toon a*practicable after feeing thit no
_.) L-jaf Rio Coffee, dlery, Crockery Glass-ware. Cooking and Parlor
meot Lice, and of lie beibr the sale day of appoint tli land fcr embracing the commence-thtrmct NEW BOOKS & NOVELS S SDORE I GROWTH OF 1657.V7"E Powdered Java u Stoves, Dry Goods, Iron and Steel, Fur Notice.SIX .
public Starch niture Hat and Boots and Shoes and
Bee Hive ,
claimed; otbeiw'we such claim will be forfeited. -A Stroller in Europe; wcull call the attention of our friends anlT Syrup, Caps Month after the first publication of this no

'TROS.A. HENDRICKS, EL GRINGO-Travels in Mexico ; T the public generally, to our prb .nt Large ami! Diicd Kicc, Apples, Pepper Soap, which Yankee we offer Notion for sale of, and all respectfully eorta.All solicit the undersigned will .present his final account
Commissioner of the General Laud Office. DR. KANE'S Arctic Expedition; well selected Assortment of and vouchers as administrator cf the Estate
of friends and the
inspection wine by our
Jan.'U. 1858. 3 MEMOIR of S.S. Preutiss, Speeches. A-:.; White Bcar Ginger, an public. of Eliza J. Jerkin, deceased, late of Leon county,
McNAUGHT ORMOND &
. THE DAYS of my life-A novel by the FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. Fulton Maiket Beef, Alsptco, CO. and ask for a discharge. W.B.M ll.Ifl, Admt'r.
Suleratis Sweet Oil, Newport. Nov. 14, 1857 46
United States Mail Line author of Maigaret and Zaidee ; Our Seeds ore procured from a C .ld Climate, and Soda, Sperm CaniII, Jan. 23, 1858. 4-6ra VS V
ISABEL A novel; will floui .h the better in
concequently a warmer one, Adamantine
Candle
Pot Ash .ETNAINSUBANCE
,
,
ARTISTS WIFE-A novel; .
such as ours. !? Call early or send your orders, JIaccaroni, Green Peas, Notice.SIX .
NEW ORLEANS TO KEY WESTINTERMEDIATE VASCONSELOS new note the vanities dcairc.
-AND- by Simms; &e..d.e.McDOUGALL V that you may secure AMES you t LIVELY. Mace, Asparagus, CONPANYOF months after date, I shall present my final ar
A HOBBY Pickles assorted, Tomatoes HARTFORD. and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Probate
FRORIDA PORTS, Jnly4.'o7. 27 January 9, 1858. 2CoPartnership Yeast Powder, Current Jelly, for Jefferson county, as administratrix of tbe 'Estateof

-,' *_ OJXJflCTED WITH THS Notice. Matches, Lobsters. Incorporated I in 1S19.___Charter Perpetual. Benjamin Windham, late of wid county deceased,.
. STEAMER ISABEL ALSO- and ask for a discharge from said administration.

FLORIDA BAIL ROAD undersigned have this day formed a co-pait- 'A general assortment of Teas. CASH CAPITAL.o ,-$ltOOOOOO. lANE WINDHAM;.A'dmt'x.
. Aito THE
oa uAVAYi OKAU.ZITOX AT KIT wu.4. Feb.6,1853.. *-Cm -
under the name and style of
L RUNNING 73 MILES. A LS O -
. of assorted IXSUTCE AGAINST LOSS AND DAMAGE BY FIRE, -
CANDY.
1:3rox' ; .- rrxi An extensive assortment
THE SOUTHERN For sale by R. H BERRY. 05 TEEMS ADAPTED TO THE HAZARD, Notice.ALL .
the business in all is( branches nt
and will continue AND CONSISTENT WITH THE LAWS V
Steamship Company the Old Stand of Towlc t Myeit, whoie they intend _..Sept.! : 20,_1857. 39 OF COMPENSATION. persons ba-ripg demands against the Estate

. keeping a full assortment of all articles appertaining John ParkhilJ, deceased*late of Leon county
. pir arwawa ai ORLEANS TRAINS LEAVE FERXANDINAVAILY to their tiranch of business, and hope by constant at- Butler & Denham B. C. LEWIS, Agent are hereby notified to present them to the under

taken tbe mail contract for above tcutiou to inuit the patronage heretofore extended I For Tallahasae and ridnity. signed administrator within the time prescribed by
ports their FALL and WINTER
HAVING (Sundays excepted) for "Starke, (near now opening August 16, 1867. 33QUININE '
two first class Sea Steamers regularly to the late fiim. ARE' law or they will be barred ; and all tooee !Indebted
which and varied
. J, ) Sampson Pond,) only 8 fuil s (rem F >rt Uar- comprise a complete V V
twic d xmth, )3eticg1DJIie Spanish Hole on tbeJtb lee connecting tri--weeklyfwiih 4 horse Mail Stages SELIM W. MYERS. asgot tmeut in every department. In the. Silk and ate requested to make payment Immediately.'
,
tod 191 h and leavingthe H. B. GOltMAN. a.PARKHJLL, Admr
same evening.SPRAT1
,
will be found of the V
for Gainesville, Micauopy, Ocala, Tanipa Bay, and Dress department some most
. ) gv 2'E4NER. all point in East and South Florida. At Baldwin Tallahassee, January 1, [(16] 1888. S-tf beautiful and elegant, TUST received 800 OrxcuSuIpIi Quinine, March 1853. 10-8tf *

. will Ua,4 Jfev Port iri tbe morning, and St< Marks (the junction of the Jacksonville and Alligator Road) Sidestriped Silk Robes, tJ Farr Rratld, together with a great variety -

. terointu 1857.
. t&r4ogmi1paaiiogen, baggage and freight to and Tallahassee, aid alt points ia Middle Florida. do bright August 8. 82 -
.
Sea Island Cotton Seed, for hale by Months after.data I ca2., 'au final
: frctn the Bteemerj'and rttcrniogiri season for the af,5t I S ,- FINE Solid Color Moire Antique, SIX Pj
ksio SCHEDULE. KcNAUGllT, ORMOND A CO.Jan.23,1858. Black do doV The Original Extra Quality aud teachers to the Eotwrable .

4Twr lliiie public rest assnred that this! 4 Flounced Bemgeawine colored, of Prolate Jefferson county, as adminTstato'Q ,,
. can coir Leave Fcrntndina daily (Bnndays CORN STARCH. aid
V the estate of Alfred W. Ray or, late of f ousy
V Baize
Delaine Robes
desired a ,
aad cotomunica-
TreqaenUr ttempUd M.
nog IS.
: tioqk$44 Crom Uw.ajjove ports is i in such hands a Arrive excepted Starke) at at.. .,.6, P.M. Notice to Debtors Together with a fine assortment of Black Silks, T)REPARED expressly for Puddings, Ice Cream deceased istralwn., and ask- for ALTRE a discharge: Ays9R.4dnit.,from" said adnii

ta w arrant perawoeocr and success. Leave Starke.daily Suodajs ox- Black Silk Velvet Basque width, Shepards Plaid, JL Cakes Bonce Mange, Custards. Pies Porrigea, .
c '-Pa.eeigsrCJIcg slave wrrants most tet tot cepted) at .... ."...4.A.M._ A. LL persons indebted to the late firm of TOWLEJTJL Figured Merinos, Plain do, Black Bombazine, French fcc. Received fresh l>y AMES A. LIVELY. March 185S. 10-6ox_
J Ccstoni HOBS, before roice on VV ArrireitFernandinaat..R'A.M.Stoppingat & MYERS, are requested to come forward and Embroidered Betts, Brussels point-Applique Setts, Oct. 1.1857. 43 V. V *

bdM'd:' : : Baldwin and Trail Ridge (the crossing settle. Mr. R. B. GORUAX, is'duly authorized to settle Setts Real point Lace, White Illusliou Capes. Notice. V- : tvrf

ir Also look ftfter yoor.Baggage yourself. o! the New Hirer Road) each way; and connecting all nccounti. S.W.MYERS.TallahaBie Oct. 17, 1757. 42 FloridaReioxtS. the
Feb. 20 1858. 8 tf agalnat esUtsjjfjWmrWP6ii
. rd&efpartku1gApp11 to at Feroandina with Bteamen for both Savannah A LI..persons bviug.denians

. ..?DANIEL LADD"Age r. and Charleston,going and returning.bfjhe HealtltBitters.TO OMPLETE in 6 volumes.I .t.: r,,Jr late of.eeMd .JeSersoo.mosr JtMft B fYtthtBi Vtu*
wfltt3kI nolle. Oat They
McDOOALTDBy. ,
21 : izZn Liverpool Sack. Salt.gSACKSCargoBrig those suffering from Dyspepsia," Debility, en- Sept.6.1857. aOIGAP to the nnctenigned duly, atenIeted." "'

Re siv.d Compaoya Agent free ef charre atfl J. Carrer daily ex.Will feblod health pr deranged state of the Stomach, V

& at'1oeg rtmter. ndfor aided to be sold iQtr ia large lots itcv to. these ''Bitter are recommended: by tb.Faculty ,

: TPJVti .7.rnI8&YaAah or Cbarlcatoo;aa.,may be di- on ebipboard at SpanihI jole.VV V it 'certain enr*.. FoE sal*by
.
UE,. LWIrY.1T1U7 :icU4 oo.: TT. JDALL, SccrelaryT.it RtRj'V V McNAUOHT, ORMOWD A CO. BUTLER 4 DENHAM.
4 t J Dec.HI8fl. Feb.6,18 S. 6 NOT. 14. 1857. 4! Feb. 2'T,
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