The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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11rDftsB onal |Jroffssi0nal l anb' a5intis'rarbs.. From the Tampa Ftn insular. Marcia 27 th. and drjyen about like wild beast and animals, The Number; ,Sefea.fI : t_.' -" 11

L J T EST INDIAN NEWS! and ydu, friends and brethren, betng'fretful', In six days creation *as perfected arc I ThIh7t E EX2XZtt OPL':Jlt1Ytr .

WM. E. ANDERSON all lhe things ought to be covered up. SoI the 7th was consecrated to rest. On the 7tl a nou MAX-Hi* AMcmtloC&kfdral tU S'jit.- .a

MILES NASH & CO:; Speeches of Cot': Rector arid TuekalatchieMicco send you my principal Chief in order that of the 7th month a holy observance was or,. ptrr.-Mr. TbwsJW)

VEALXBS IffBBUGS tt.orn.ey: a"t La. Creek Chief in Council. when IOU behold him, you might regard him dained to the children of Israel, who feastec I who. for several years IaaI 6C

-AHDSOLICHOR as looking in my face.. These.are. the words,, 7 days and remained 7 days in tents ; the 7tl I nesa of putting op .lightning rods, vr

mfti .PAINTS, INEQUITY CLOSE OF THE WAR! friends and brethren, I am ordered tcr deliver year waj dlr cted to be a sabbath of ret foi course, requires steady 'nefv&f 'add 'dfz*.

KAEIASNA, FLA. onto you, on this 15th day March, (statedin all tbin .;; arid at (th .end of 7 tioies 7 yran I brain,met with an accident recently by irhienV-

MEDICINES, Jf OILS 0I. Want of space conlpels us to omit a por.tlon Indian style,) at 11 o'clock, in the presence commenced the grand Jubilee ; .every 7t1 t but (or tbe most singular presence of jaJod

: inform tbgr/rienrls and tbe pnblic. .BACTICES in the Courts of J.ckfon, Wasbinjr- of tHe interesting diary kindly furnished of both Chiefs, Billy Bowlegs and John Jum year the land lay fallow ;j.every 7lh year ihej-< or rather supernatural instruct,be would btv

WOULD' v on hind a gd.Od uortment oft uc ton and.Franklin-.iji tbe Supreme Court at Ma- per. I now feel that my duty has been done, was a general release from aU dtebts*. aoa &\:I fallen,.from a diuy height, tad been' ito
article M are generally hp in their line of buiioew rianna.and in the United: States Diitiict Court at as by one of the visitors to the Indian campon and I wIsh yo'u'&H to study it over and do bondsmen were set free. From'this law maj r pieces. He is compelled todZmfc'jroosV

*od will shall be receiving be reuonable.regtriifiv fresh supplies. TLeii Apaiacbicola.. REFERENCES_ the occasion of the last grand Council- well by it/ Then, rsing:: he proceeded to have originated the custom of binding youn over chimneys, .knd op aph-esji l j M 4J* IM>

term T&IIabauee. April Ctli IgSS' 14. Hon.J. TTa : 15th instant Tho following is the substanceof present the beds to tbe principal Chiefs and men to 7 yearn' apprenticeship, and ofpun, with perfect coolness and precufaa,bsndrees. )
jle Baker Tallabisaee. "
H.L.Rutgers, Agent.W. R. Bank speech delivered by Cot Rector, as reported the tobacco to his tends." isbing incorrigible offenders by transportation I of feet above the level of the earth. -'' poDo.the

Dr. Miles :2L Nash, Hon.J.J. Finlry.Man/ tins, ,-. ,.. by our correspondent In the coarse of other remarks' ocr correspondent for 7, twiceor,. three limes 7 years ; everj OCCSJMM ufwWek we refer Mr.K.:
rrus HI* riM>raaioxAS.itxKvtcnT 9 TgE cimr$or Isaae Widgecn Agt B. Cotombva tTsriannA sqyt? "Well 8atisfi) with our expedition 7th year the lawiwas: directed to be read tc bad ascended St. Paul's Cathedral, *Leso
Dec. 12. 155'1. 60-6m "fam glad that those who met before returned home in full faith the Jacob for the .
TALLAHASSEE AID 8UWflNDflGOOr3TRT. we that, people ; serted.7 years possession spire is about two hundred and tbIrt4i
OFFICE with Dr.M. NacL)mmediatelj eaitcf tLe EDWIN A. HART have fulfilled' the promise made to me to re. for the soldiery in Florida, 'Othello's otcu.pation's .of Radial and alsoanother7.years ; feet high,, near.the,fccajl of Bro rij-jij
ffice, turn to this Council and that, besides, they and that for the cf.the flood and I
gone, good citizensof Noah bad,7 dan'Varniui gone to the very top, where, having Je&bii.
May 19 18S5. 20MEDICAL ; .flLttorao-oy Xjftxv, have brought others-some of the principal Florida, the consummation has been ob- was commanded to tke (the fowls of the ail. ladder below, he clung by his arm and Mga.

NOTICE. Tallahassee, Florida. young men of the different bands in Florida. tamed 'devoutly to be wis'ied. Tbe truth into the ark by sevens, and the clean beasts I fastened tho last,foot of the rod,and attacked

,i -o WILL practice in the Circuit Conrtu of tbe Mid When I spoke to you before I told you and is, these Indians have been driven to the wall, hy sevens; the ark touched tho ground on the I its point-quite a heavy piece of metalr-M

1 Drs. Robertson & Bend District, and the Supreme Court of ibis explained to you the advantages of the treaty by patience and perseverence; a careful study 7th) month : and in 7 days a dove was sent ;; curely, as be supposedtto the zosz9r9ow4.

1j VISG (irnie l a co partuerehip in the prftflic State, and tbe District Court of the United States,at which was made |hj (the intervention of the of the topography of the country ;ils"cradual l and again in 7 days after. The 7 years ol r int;; the steeple. He Jiid just completed.d.'i4

j H of ihrir pruftssi DOer their erviee t<> 'be cit-- 'l'all G." :J.lA8l'ee.MrpiiiKUs.nr Office over tile Store of Messrs. Creeks and Seminoles West, for your good exploration, and military reconnoisance of plenty and the 7 years of famire were for*. difficult and dangorbtH task, watched'",, 1I

j isem'if FjiIItihaisei- and surrounding country.CJT Jan. SO. 1858. 4 and Lent-fit; but, as I cee before me now a the entire Peninsular. Their fields and towns told in Pharaoh's dreams by the 7 fat and I number or,persons in the s&vei below, and '

;j Office over thu Store Intel/ occupied by Bet large number of strange faces, I think it bestto have been .found, pillaged and destroyed ; the 7 lean beasts; and the 7 ears of full corn while lookingat lb$ work and exp.Ieocn J ;

turnt Feb.ITugrs.28.-'67 S-tf A. J. PEELER'S explain to you again this treaty that t you their women and children have been hard and the 7 ears. of blasted corn. The young that satisfaction which resm4tsfot, h.rd
talk friends and tell them
-- may go and to your pressed and many .of them capltf'red, and now, animals were to renitinvithL the'dam7, days passed and l labor accomplished( IQdda
E. BARNARD) Jr. COLLECTION OFFICE what you have heard. I am sent here by at the most opportune moment, the Government and at the close of the 7th taken rtwrfy:. .Hj something heavy struck birri- 'arid ooade bU
TALLAHASSE FLOEIDA. your great father, the President of the United sends Cul. Rector has the old law commanded to forgave
-:u man who man was brain retl a'ntil bft could hardly see. Instead
explain you lived the frontier of Arkansas for his brother 7 times hut the meekness
THE on many offending ; of losing his hold at once, as wonU teem to
DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS peace detailed in this treaty, which I now and who is revealed extendedhis
with of the last
Prnclice in the Circuit CourtofGidsden. years, perfectly conversant religion have been the natural and inevitable retail.
w! AT THE OLD ETAND, S1UX TV Leon, Wakulla.Jefleteoi aud Madison and proceed to explain to 3-00. About three all the traits of Indian .character,-backed up humility and forbearance to 70 times 7 he clung with a power beyond himself and *i

}: attend promptly to the collection of notes and acCounts years agothis treaty was made, in the City of by \vell-stlected delegation, to make overtures times. If Cain shall be revenged 7 fold, ,superior to his own, closer and J lostfnel*

1 OF THE MORTAR in any of said Counties. Washington, and is signed by a Creek Chief for a peaceful removal. We fed satisfied nify Lamecb 70 times 7.' In the destruction irely to the .pir He knew not wh,.t bad

Fub.27.16. 91rGWDN present, to whom I appeal for its.:truth. I that, if Cc7.: R'ector, assisted by Col.I of 1t ricbb-, 7 priests bore 7 trumpets 7 occurred, and to bis confused senses it appeared -

also appeal to him and to John Jumper to Kntheiford, is supported bjfcthff Government days ;; on the 7th day surrounded the walls 7 thst the steeple was ortb

Corner of Clinton and Monroe struts.TaUahaute.. & HILTON, tell you if I say anything wTong. Here Col. :I in carrying out all his promises in good faith, times, and after the 7th time the- wall fell.- some strange cause was about tumbling to &i; ',tktf*
January 19, 1 866. 5MEDICAL .
I .ja.ttoxM3.eys ctt XiCvx'iT-, Rector detailed the substance of the trealy I the Indians n Florida will emigrate to the Balaam prepared 7 bullocks and 7 rams fora vast structure to the ground ., .,.''
OTICE.elt TALLAHASSEE, and then resumed his speech as follows ?- West without( for further hostili. sacrifice 7 of Saul's I -
FLA. necessity ; sons were hanged to Some forty etnd; :* -&,ngA.to him-..raw*
& -0 'And, in addition to all these advantages lie!. stay a famine ; Laban pursued Jacob 7 days' have elapsed lot>fore tie fflt.oU! !
!. I.. PIELF.R..3.' C. BATES. D. W. GWTNX tit B. B. HILTON. which of themselves, would make you a 44 Col. Rector has acted riely! in refusingall journey ; Job's friends sr.t with him 7 days Us scattered thoughts and subverted o

HAVING associated tbempelvf together in the happy peojil- will add J another inducement : connecton with any faces familiar to the and 7 nights, and offurfd 7 bullocks and 7 sci to know that the entire
Drs. Feeler & Bates of Law will,) give tlifir attention "usne upper part
joint I will giver 8500,00 apiece for
you every hostiles in Florida. Ho has resisted the importunities atonement for their wickedness
to all business entnisted Jbcm. tame as an ; of the rod bad fallen his bead cauibg
(to Th yiill attend upon ,
RA>\1 f ilcclicin G associated* and Sursronr tliemeelres, refpectfully In tile practice offer tlin Supreme Court. the U. S. District Court and the I warrior and $IOOOQ, for every woman and of men famili.-u: with the c'peration David, in bringing np the ark, o.fifered 7 bullocks tha blood tr trickle over his forehead and S

their m-ice* to tie Public in tbe treatment of all Circuit Court It Tallnhnsf', nnd also the Circuit child who will emigrate to the West. I ask making money with the shuck on their and 7 rams ; Elijah sent his ssrvant 7 nearly; blind him! : He was !If) a1 tlrcadfol pr;

cute as well fi s cluonic diseases of all characters Co .tS of Gndsden. Waktilla Jrfl"eron, Madison and you, in the name of reason, hadtyo'J not I lip., Alas poor Indian ; end has made them times to look for the cloud; H'zekiah, in plexity! and most dangerous position fit

Office. Waufceenab, Jefferson co, }'. Tallaliaosee.Hamilton Counties. Office at the Court-house in rather receive this money than allow to be honest promises, which, Le is satisfied ho cleansing the temple, offered 7 bullocks and frared, if he moved, he would go cleaving thc
J.n.9. 1853 :-tf paid to the Volunteers for killing! I Your "
March 6. 1858. 10-1, you can fulfill. SICO'DEWAIL"To.day 7 rams and 7 he goats for a sin offering. air to a terrible death upon the stony street
expenses are paid to your new homes and The ch'ldren of Israel!, when HE':1: ub took below and at the. tima be knew ha
E H. BERRY the 27th, was agreed as the same
DE&ttSTRY are clothed and ltd for one from upon
you year the altars the feast of
straze kept
away unleavened could not, in the disordered state of his
Auctioneer and Commission the time of emigration free of expense. Now, tim'e for s Council, at which the hostiles! are I bread 7 days and again other: 7 nnd his increasing weakness nerves,

MERCHANT. I appeal to you if this is not a liberal offer to accept or reject Col. Rector's proposition i.I I days. King Ahasuerus had 7 chambetlains more the result of fate than,of retainbij feeling,8rafP much;
4 and all that the could do. I have
TiLLAu&Isr Fh.St"pt.29, 1855. S3 government I ?. a 7 days feast and sent for tho queen on the longer. If be stirred be might fall; if be re
sr.id i now all] that I am authorized to andI
2'p11E say 7th and-in the 7th of his
me'know day; year reign maiued he certainly would; and so determined
S. S. KNIGHT, wish you now to consider and let Man ?crs. she was taken to him. Queen Esther had 7 to make at least an effort for his life,
when I have decision. For this, I
may jour mai-Js attend her. Solomon 7
AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT have several reasons : First, That am herewith There is but one true, invulnerable aristocracy to was yearsbuild.ng he moved one foot very cautiously, then his
the at the dedication of
tempi, arms, and then moved the d'her foot f iil.after
anxious and that has foundation. in good
delegation, are get
toy which he feasted 7 in the tabernacle
I balfa.minute of-exertion and the
manners and sound! mortis, coupled with intelligence. greate&t
September 865, 05 home, and arc hereal a heavy to the j
expense 7 for
: Indeed where D'UWnvoo and -I was 7 lamps; lays were appointed an cUnjjer, be toothed tb* Lapmoat'rated vf
of tlo United Ste'tes. I tI mora',3 -
rrnJ.gee.; ak..ooticc t.bt t r Jntrml .18- gov rnment Again. Rtoiiuim'nt upon the altar, and the priest's son the ladJer and In few seconds
HCGJi A.Attorney. fORLEr, : are right. the InttsMigenco is never want. a more tras inside
JL I anxious to notice that a large number
itiug Quincy profossionnlly! several tinie during'tbe am give .I was ordained to wear his father's garment 7 of the and safe.
at Law present year, where b! will be pleased! to wait on of the Volunteer may be dispensed wit.h. ing. The best condition of birth and wealthare steeple ,
of Israel unleavened
the children ate
j all those who! rcny be in \ant of his Btrrvicea.Teetb thus reducing' a heavy to the Governnunt depending for their continuance days ; Then it was,, tyr.&; g,$. courage and
T FLA. inserted the Proct-s expense bread 7 days ; Abraham gave 7 ewe lamhjto forsook bun bis nerves' and
ALLAUASSEF-, Cbeoplastie ft process but above all I anxious that upor. chance ; but good manners and strength lQacM
January 17. 1857. 3lyRICHARD entirely nctwhich surpssres anytbing yt-t discovered ; you sound morals can, be swept away by no accident Abimelcch as a memorial for a well ; Jo- relaxed ; he grew sick unto death ; his ku iee4
should all homes
to ,
for full Setts. Hundreds of tie! best rUficates Ret your new among spph mourned 7 days for Jacob. The rab his
can l,e kbowu in its favor. Will be in Quir.cy on I your friends in theVest., in time to buiid or misfortune; but ere self-sustaining and bins God the of gave way ; vision swam,and he sink upon
BRADFORD, ilonJav, February the lit and will]! remain till tLe I ynur houses, nnd make yourselves! comfortable imprrgnable. Abundant and almost! perpetual say this number employed power the answerfyg the platform motionless Insensible. Ha
ATTORNEY AT LAW 10th. P. P. LE'WIS.JaD. and before 'oldVt'dh sets in.- instances prove that the best and noblest to perfect greatness must have lain tterb half an hour before b*
1C, 1853. S-tf of men spring from the lowest temporal of Sartoel hi name answering tbe value of could rise and walk, and he.diJ not recover .
TALLAHASSEE FLA. As for my promises to yna, I como not a- may the letters in the Hebrew word which
signify from the shock for than
ranks, and that riches, and titles, nnd honors, more a fortnight
(Office in the Post Office Building.) MEDiCAL KOT1C mong you as you say other Agents have 7-whence Hannah, his mother in her thanks afterward.
May 23, 67. 21 -0- done. I can puL nothing in my pocket, and may bo acquiicd by men of obscurest origin. that the bas had brought forth 7th. (
for tho truth of I appeal What irs it, then, that can and may properly says The people gazing up at him(torn the street
Dr. A. C. F. BLAKE my your In Scripture are enumerated 7 resurrections
; describe tbe
WILLIAM SCOTT, brethren of for ,the distinguish men in our regard and lift one scene as painful and exciting ia
delegation as
my ; moneyI the widow's ElTa's ths Shcnamito'sson
/CONTINUES to offer bis Professional Services to above another in the principle of aristocracy ? son, by J tim extreme. When they observed tbe rod
ATTOftMSV TMONTICELLO LAW it hall he cash in
paid to ,
promise yon Elisba the soldier who toucEed
V the citizens of Centrevilie and ndjoining neigh- Why simply this superiority in manners and by ; the fall, a thrill of horror ran through their heart?:
FLAJ hand before the wheel of a steamer is turnedto
borbood. P.esidence changed to CeutrtTJlle Office bones of the prophet ; the daughter of the and swooned
morals. Just so far as men excel in this direction two women awa.1iJor the.ex-
take from Florida. I leave
.lr 30,183. 30 tljan at hIS resident.Dec.S6 now
you filer of the the widow's son of
synagogue; him tic
they are better and nobler than their pectedjo behold apart moment t dashed
1857. 63-tf and hope to I learn from at what time Imay
you Nain Lazarus and blessed Lord. Out
; ocr to pieces tl their
& McClellan fellows. They are an aristocracy-refusing, feetDestiny. totJor&fwJotherwise
Yonge decisive &nswer.
expect of 7 devils. The
Nathaniel Hamlen in the very nature of things to mix or assimilate Mary Magdalene was cast and Mr. K.jHiTJ. pursues his daa-
.:at'torZ1.eys a't X.saw.tLwrIca The following :js an interpretation of a with inferior condition; just as oil refuse apostles chose 7 deacons. Enoch, who gerous avocation i hot he aays ffiw ware to

COMMISSION MERCHANT, speech, delivered by Tuckabatchie Micco, : was translated, was the 7th after Adam, and live thousand he would,
ix ALL THE CUUETS OF WEST FLOKIDA. to mix w7lh water. TLe very highest a years never, forgst
Office at MARIANNA.C. No. S3 Poydras St, New Oilcans. the Creek Chief. Micco, dressed in Indian enlightenment is marked by there signs and Jesus Christ the 77th in a direct line. Our the iufense horror of those ce 'J'1ib.

C. YONOE. F. McCLELLAN. -0- costume, addressing the hostile Seminoles, while l no ill-mannered bad moraled personcan Saviour spoke 7 times from the cross, on ments when be seemed to bang upon C&.alr
which he remained 7 hours he
March 13. 1858. ll-f Refers to GOT.James E. Browne Tallabhssee, be a gentleman, the real foremost gentleman ; appeared 7 more than two hundred. .feet above the eajlS/
George K. Walker, Esq.. said :- the real foremost gentleman in all the times; after 7 times 1,days, sent the Holy and to be momentarily dfjcending-to a dread.. :

Beni F. Young Gen. Wm. Bailey Jeffersoneount.y.T. ,. 'Fiii-nds nnd brethren, I am sent among world is he whose manners and morals are Ghost. In the Lord's Prayer are 7 petitions, ful! death.-Cincinnati Enquirer.

J. LioUn Eq., yon by my principal Chief .I Roily Mcintosh, best. These are the base, arch and capstoue expressed in 7 times 7 words omitting those ..
a1eifDID.lllg 11&WI J. G Putnam.Eiq.. Madison I instructed to talk of grammatical connexion. Within I
and am particularly to mere SHOCKING AiTAiK.-.-.J/ifrdw
p Daniel Bell, Etq.. Hamilton of the highest order of men. of ANDSOLICITOR you in three words. and say, that I send this ndtnber are contained all the mysteries Lady by her Lover. On' *
Augustus Steele Esq., Levy Taking our 1 position as granted, wo sadly Saturday bu&Rgbt*
IN EQUITY J..J. Snelling Esq.. Uadsdcn you my principal Chief, la 'tell you these fear for our country's future. To the obs /v- of the Apocalypse,revealed to the 7 chutches Schmidt Theresa, in Dodge ecanty/sootl

WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern Cir E. Remington, Esq.. Thomasrille Geo. words and customs of old Indian rule. That ing there is no other feature in our national of Asia ; there appeared 7 golden candlesticks down in the street of that place Harriet
of Florida and the Federal Court Oct. 24. 1857. 43G.K.CLARK when the Chiefs got together in Council in and 7 stars in the hand of him that Seidler about
trifle ,
character so marked as our tendency to a young lady twenty jeans of
(orriCC AT GlIriLLK ALACHUA COCXTT.) and white was' in": the midst the 7
S the West they gave.him tobacco with and trample on manners and morals.- j lamps being spirits age. The parties were engaged 'to' beenar.:
REFERENCES: beads. The white beads them of God. The book with 7 seals 7 7
sent to kings,
were \ ned about
I This is particularly true of the younger class. one year .!o. afidj. ScnI T4{ hat
f'CAn.. J. J. Lccxa ) to chow them the old Indian custom. Meet es-of our children and youth. Reverenceand thunders 7 thousand men slain The dra. come over from SL Paal,''where bl bas resi
COL. J. D. AIKEX, V Charleiton, S. C. WATCH 8i& MAKER years ago these Chiefs had not had these onith 7 heads, and the 7 anjrels bearing ded about '
FLASK Jt ToovnoH, modesty have little to do with them.- a year, to fulfil the engagement, -
J JDa.
beads which was lhf cause of ail (he conl'u- 7 vials of wrath. Tbe.vision of Daniel 70
but the of the
JxMta 8. Jostn Tallahanee, Fla. They are far enongh from the example of parents young lady objected
_-Jtuw *.*&!._23_ ..A_ 3c1. Je-vi.relex sion but, since thit. the old Indians had held their fathers, and are growing worse day by weeks. The fiery furnance was made 7 to tbe marriage in cone9 !nee.o(xrhicb It

A. PERRY AYW"KER.ATTSa9BT "XTOULD respectfully inform the cij'zens of Tal- a Council, at Vekevthe Cherokees, day. It is a novelty now-a-days to see a gui I times hotter for Shadrack, Meshack and was arranged between the Mars that Schmidt
V V Libowee and the public generally, (that he bas Choctawg, Chickasaws Creaks, Seminoles or a boy make obeisance to age or in anyway ednegrf; Nebuchadnezzar ate the grass of should first shoot the young lidj and tbetf
AT LAW taken the old stand of J. C. Hall
TALLAHASSEE,FLA. prepared to repair These persons who got together then made where their fathers and mothers taughtnotso 70. There are also numbered-7 heavens, 7 far as tho young lady was concerned, but .

May 21. 18S8._,20_ Welches, Clocks, and Jewelry, up their minds"and socght and studied over did they Iwhave. The ill-manners of the planets. 7 stars 7 wise men, 7 champions of failed to shoot himself on account.of the losv

EDWARD M. WEST. in a workman like tnnnner, and ftt Lh JDost rensonable the mailer, about the manner ?tn which .all young .becoming a reproach to the age Christendom, 7 notes in music, 7 primary of tbe cap on bis gun. After failing ia $

rates. Persons baring good Watcheo tbnt fail to our brethren might be quieted and our children in which we IFve-*hey are a blot, a shame colors, 7 deadly sins, 7 sacraments in the he ran and threw himself into the fhtir.' .
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ran well from baring been badly repaired can rely raised and they concluded that they If the schoolmaster is abroad, he Las sadly Roman Catholic church. The 7tb son was jnentipn to drown himself! bnLW1M. '
FLORIDA. upon having them put right at bis shop. had at last found the"'ay with this tobacco considered as endowed with pTernln'efft wisdom
TALLAHASSEE teach his i ft of the cued by who bira !
0All: work warranted if well used. neglected to pupil.t1ra1. persons saw He-&IOW.
_:April 6. ls>*6. 14 Jan. 16. 1858. S-ly .tO and these beads which shall be' extendedover almost consequence to them and society- ; the 7th son of a 7th son is still thought arrested and awaits hurticu : 1'1\'i' .

all these tribes to make peace, and they good manners and morals. Better school by some to possess tbe pffwVr of healing dis. (\v1.icbal of flue shot'enfpK) l. ; ;
'FLOYD & EEOLLAND, COPA.R'I.En8n.p NOTICE. follow four roads the beads shall follow eases ', Perfection i is likened "
; them more in' thesis, even at the sacrifice of spontaneously.! ., breast of the yonng lady and iapcribld .:..,
Attorneys"at Law."YTTILL HILL & HOYLE. these four roads to the end or to the mid algebra nnd logic. Here alone is where our to gold tim.es. purified in the fire,;' and we wound.: which sbn expired 6a Sadsj .
practice in tbe Circuit Conrti of Middle dIe.V L n thy difficulty may be made, yet say 'you frighten, me out 0?my 7senses.' -
direction about
backward and in
is falling oli'and na morning, two o'cJoct. ,
aw :
f t' and West Florida and 5o the Supreme Court. age ;
these beads shall follow to make be. A.ncientjv! a child was not named before 7
f tbe State. Also! in the District Court,vf .tbe Unid 1,!. HILL and JOHN J. UOYL of Talla peace ; could a fall be more fatal. Let us senses Gpljto'the last,:.Dd dWg a her parent*
JOHN net
this day associated themselves came it is their duty. We look .upon these do them days': 5'eing accounted fully to have life with *
State,in tbe Northern District of Fcptla.E. having to now see to it that we not plunge being responsible for the awfel deed/"
.J.FLO TO, Office Analncbicola,P1*. gather in business under the style name and firm of beads as the peace-makers. If we ceo any down beyond recovery.-Exchange. before that periodical day. The teeth spring and acquitted her )lover of all Hsa& :Tife_

D.P.HOLLAND. Ofikw Quincj, 71. HILL & HOYLE blood on these beads, we consider that it out in the 7th month, and are shed and.re- p.rtfesV as then name' indicate'were Cierrmans. p

_D/! 1"5._81_ cannot be man's blood but that of some animal lewed in the 7th year when infancy is'chang. -Jlft/iccMittf lie 1&iaJt
WILLIAM 8. DILWORTH and will give prompt attention to all order in their ; or, if we see these bends"vith bones Waggery. ed into childhood. At thrice 7 yea'rj the facutties 1cwof.
line. They are prepared to execute and on the ,
carry lying by them, we will 1 not look upon them Some time ago, on the Sabbath day/ we are developed, manhood commences I PAr Fxox MOM.' -The-recent mreatioit J' : ( .

Attorney and Counsellor rf Law, CARPENTERING .BUSINESS, as'the bones of men but of some wild beast. wended our way to one'01 our churches, arid and we become legally competent to all civil of Dr. Terry, of Detroit, dera&Etrart* a&.:

MONTICELLO. FLORIDA. in all iU various hrjndxtt; and from their I'm;* CTpeficnce So ire seno*you (he*6 beads, rriy brethren, instead of a sermon heard an address upon acts; at four limes 7nian is in. he full possession i excellent be

"fcfTTLL pntetiec la tbe CourU of tbe HiddU Cir in the Rui riitj Gear and Screw.. UIGt.oIJ, which is the custoni. and rule, and by these some missionary of ether benevolent subject. of his It'ng'b' ; at six times i he becomes moss There paper is may an abundance tsssuttfacftare of tire' _trooi.&&
and other machinery hope attention to ?
"T cult,sod Thu a and Lowndetarcfa Oouot.O. bacitMM to merit a liberal share By.prompt of patronage. All we have put our hatchets aside ; end we, After the address was concluded, two breth grave and' wise} pr, n8t'{; at seven I I in Texas and.Jxjoisiana/\h k expected

!!. 11$8. U-ly orders from the eountry promptly execute Calls Creek Chiefs, Choctaws"and Chickasaws, ren were sent round with the baskets for contribution times 7,he is in hts apogee, and from that that a large exportbf.it vfll'be.tsui ( ;, '

& G1LBEA1TH from ehlier of the CoonUe in Middle Hori'. and have nil been through these difficulties, yet, '?. Parson L -, who was one of time-he decays. At eight times 7 he is in of making.: Tbt -4n'
t ou purpose dth
from Decatur imd.Tbomu Couuties Gi- ahall re- after having alf,this fuss, we have become silent the basket liearera,taking the side upon which his first climacteric,i.pt nine times 7, or 63, and drying of paper the
4tTOETs AT LJU',.TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ceire attention.Feb. lived and be is in his climaleric of dan rirrqnke. hat&tkp.
outdo our own homes, bare we sat Immediately in our front and upon grand or year ital! and. largo business .bkj riti
14 .A..LOG&LBQALBRlYTHbav.usoci4U. !' 1858. 6lySELLING now lire !In j eace. At this time- the tribes the next seat reclined our friend Bill,' a gentleman ger j andten, times 7. or three score years prodtfctfon! n and forwarding'to jMin tnarcsi> j 4.' :
.. atechmat"'H M praeti 0'x.". They OFF above mentioned, and twenty more" tribes in infinite humor and full of dry jokes. and ten; Eas try the RoyalProphet been pronounced on small -
U i Middle CiruHtbe SuprwMOonrta
attend tbe CWnrUinilTp -
an4 ib. DtsMet urtJ".t u.United the; .WeTrt! brongh{ >" their beads to D* also Parson L 'extended the basket'and. Bill slow the natural period of human life.There .-' me&nI.'I

ea a&T..U..n.. '. f and we went 4 to the Cherokee Council at I ly shook'his b ad'.' w ere 7 chiefs before! Thebes. The Joe,'What makes S&4Y. -

Office opposite the Court HOOM.Oetober : ThwY-oRK COST Talaqoah. and there we renewed these beads, Come, William, give us something," said blood wtir.fcr be sprinkled 7 times .before the yoar nose .rI
V ** Friendship. \ '- -
t8. 1854. 1'AIIBR6TYPES and put them in force, according .the old the Parson. altar ; Nanmiias {a be drPtlec11 times I fn I S FriemLihipl! I How do ." '
FOPi AS'H Indian rule. We have,tent you a part oftheso Can't do it," replied Bill. Jordan ; Apulcius speaks of the dipping or.. yoa- : : ,.,.,
beads and I hare kept the other .p rt/ and Why not? Is not theca a good one!I" the bead.7 times in the sea tor .purification. I outrI've> 1.1" t-fr oatiSfo --kJ'--J"; ",

AND MELAINOTYPES f.A then send you this. tobacco also,J to show Yes, but I'am not able to give anything." Iu all solem.n! rites of .purgation"! ; dedication, i brandy go and be is k. $ *
as Jot, ..
1HE Subscriber k dirona; of remormj from this! you that'lam your friend and ,krofhor Pon !r pohl 'know'joa. 'better"jou must and consecration, the oil or water waV 7 : I've = ,
TAXES sr BAILEY.oecr Ji place end offers bu cotirii When'you smoke.we might behold smoke, give a better,reason'than that" timVs;p'fihkled.! The house:of wisdom)in : strong/ co .ar _

_'. Samar g Drag. "Store.refitred. STOCK. 'oFJIg4tdIbqpIzE, and when you come 709 might Beh'bhi! 11t. Well. Iowa.too.:much, money tmuat Ee Proverbs bad 7.iwlUrs." ', t Ead- : eD" : '

.. .. a' t1o., ard..ard wYlh/rh' she, ,same' peace which I send you jot before I am genefons, you knqwM' ,An old -friend by'oar :side recmodS'u.1 J lost 'fa : -1riS
s in ,
aocma Laa. and. '; leg -L
Tn cQD ,. the I
that of
which I bsve.. These the' which *4 William GoU war independence occupied Tyeirs
.1xesl1teit rdi r1 ite porpoN s :,.;:." .are words, Buti \ you owe A largerdebt" ; Wa .
!. .
; ._ I ,:' 4t'
and that B t4oyne & )
else. surrendered to Gate in ,
1is ar i ka1otalt I enay-idarry'comfort to your: raen, to jour than you'owe any on* 'Ii. .
IUW7' '- .t4. : : j---A 2ORKOQST-PO3A3"VS i- : ---i- H,;. 4. '.' iroitarnf'dto your children nd 'wnlibi if "Tba"'. true, Parson but then ha. afht a 1777;: sp:that!,,ai.nVitrica we have good '' -. z oot->.'lIfe-, ':""Of.1":$' .jl"- -

: ujjj F,.w'd.ft.- twf.&fl,1itqA *1 1 ; ,gaMnicbIIdrtn -' .d't tq sleep' at night roe like:the-balanee of my credUon.. reason to eberlih thij hallowedjri'mber' 'das .wm!,. ".. ".. '
: I pushing : 0
07 '- th.
: i & ; to :
PloSda B . 'H11.t ; pal pznte.. .. C
: i: 1."i"_iI.', 1fJt'J'II''',!. ., -COHU'I' "" .:d.Q-'J"'j to play' aboul jHw,Parson's face'got Into rather c1ari. a .chriatiaA.peop1! to keep fcoly tfct 7th .. i '.- ; I-:i--S'f't.; '.. :
sVt11ii u.-.br.t '' 41'J : .
: -t day '
b1aiedsbotit on/ \
esciditIdni d ht
qt.i-: n -' -7."1'1"Ji.-...' r :. ,r ,jx>ar jrards, to tberoay passed Xo.1II .


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SI ,,Th 1 SIh1 CORL7 S ,iIrcAINflIAN
oTeomplish 4dNrw o(
WETTS. great feebleness,tod debility! **j Freighta hir,? m, 'U1l1 fori
anything without awociaUel actitftuX Par t YOaZr-&I cotton t 3ay 800 (
.. Ngoio Foa6Zaopres.-Bo k itAtic1fr. It Is eoasfdered iKrf if th. Suutf**fitfUia be got tbik'
lies necessarily*priag.frora the'-reryt nature\>f republican bales it nnch *ie% QstatIans, nominaL-
AfrII : instit&tiont, and from the infinitely varied of FoUomr, in Connallfrop up in, the"House,. and, the pr tioa* question bmored

:_i- S /SversitSeioT ofiifirion exJstitrg ThI Maj. Bettor \t trflly grsti'fyng. on it, it trill b. tarried by inajorrty e .tworliylhe Boda ateadjvi -4mOI (

! among men- Jreneraleoocuxrtnce Everjtbingronneetcd,with his negotiatfotu indicate closest calculation.' Jf. keweverj the bill Ii RIQSfirm. 1 & cupfl bllca IiStat4

a cjf Wntiment and purpose,-without too final success in his effort* to effect a V>aeefal dallied *ftb, CYiUenflenV Will HO it, This Asurtareb SO.-SaIe' of cotton to- Iay.; *ted flUteV ofth.nkot .
: nice exaction' alx>vti detaila, must form tiff basis of reTnoil ofthe Snoles. M4 ft. bas .
set a. day, 1. 500 biIes, 4W of whfefc len sold after the steanv The inQtl
reek win tts U waI .gr'ei&f
& union among th>m whatever be'the character of the not i'r dIstri on :ii'hiith he will make his ultimatwa probably a cide fate er's >ange la prkesv,, w to-.yu *1. na -
)TTOAri '
bee 3 'atwMch time it. ii; fi e Letee tlve'Frcsidest'a $ 'S
; eipctd at to-nigbVvas
BiMy and 'his
'Mb.eIrI by : Con rent r n propWdeligion political, social,or Moi.zfareh n.-a s'of cotton to-day 3.000 Yeai-.MeM'rs. Allen
tribe will embarkr'for the West. There is i than Braj
great delightful m.'e select usuaL Mr. Bnc.hnnan .
LItd*3 4.tm Umpoot,LM commercial Absolute the an< bale 1'hiddhIng1l.1l1 <*nt* with firmer l3igler.Bright. Brown.
pantyxed openUon*ben e. unanimity, even among hope of-Sam Jones party emigrating aso, but the Clay, Evans,
sa 1 e.te. was in high spirit, and was as merry and market Sales for.three days 10,000 bale, and receipts riekGteen, Gwin. llamnxnj
disciples of the same political school, cannot be expected prospects for a removal ia their e-aft ore not as fair ,
in as we could wish.Fuscbntebee jovial as if he had no cares whatever pressing upon for the same time 5,2iO bale. Johnson of Arkanms, n

. 2 :. "Afat jt CorjB.-ia. jycjWe a country with ntch vast territorial extent Kniathla, one of Billy's principal him. Mir-s Lane's sweet dignified manner held cap NEW OBLEASS, March o.ales of cotton to-day Kennedy, Mallbnr. ixaio p
t as the United State*, where antagoulsins'bf interest bale and sale for the three 34- Sbai'tLu Shdel1fhoyruicn
l_ S- Chief, with a daughter, about 15 vests of age, snow live the numerous admirers who surrounded her, 7.500 past -days of New JCrWTO
UVe In C real or apparent, constantly a rise and always at Indian Depot, en Egmont toy, vWtuig his 000 bales. The stuck i is 4SO,K'<>. and the decrease 'Wright and Yulec.31.YaysMeeers. .
great pleasure calling attention and
induce alight differences of e pinion -perhaps it wife, who w* cnptured some time since. among whom South Carolina was evidently at this i ort 21,500 and all ports 190,000' ba'les.CHARLESTOX Bell, Bro'ieje (1andIer dark

btht&vettITTt stmbundrg Ike reprodncfionof : Sevvnil Indian families, of the favorite. TYPUA. March 1 P. M. CWf Sales Cohlarner, IixonDoohitti.., ,
would not be desirable even if os.-ible. The har- Billy's party, were W. on--- Duugiti Duiksp .
tbcfe ni4rienWl exeraa5 by tjie youths of our j monious j cncaniped with the delegation, and A number of __ S to-day 1000 bales, at full prices, extreme figures ,endexi. Foot, F'orster, II.!., flagj ,, Fe,

etiefl; tiwt wWe i6rkll*J irned last:summer, to adoption of great leading principles, agreement others were in the neighborhood, and would come BY EIItAt 12| centi Since the Baltimore's accounts the demand Seward, SThimorni, Stuart,sumnTmbe1wJ;
UL on the nature and character of the government in soon. has been checked. and Wihson-23. '
4. and the cardinal policy of its administration, is indispensable Next week we will pnbli-h a graphic sketch of Absent or not Toting-Mews. Bates,

A Sad Accident to concerted action ; and without it no the interview, on the lith. written by one well LATER PROM ETTBOPE- Congrrssona1. Crittenden, Davis HenJmon, Irenon, keld sjj
potted, together with several made the Thompson of Kectccky. *
1eziegTet Jo learn that a taoet melanckoly acci- party can long exist oru.cVon'plifb anything for the occasion.On speeches on WA nixcTos, March 27.-Ilorgr.-The House refused Mr. CAMERON asia .
that l.e had
'.elect occurred a few days since, on the section of the c on ntrv.. ARRIVAL < fjp| | OF THE to expel 3Iatteeon, and then went into a Committee Mr. Davis. S' pair j Off -5t,*

P :,G. Railroad being graded by Major Robtamble Now we boldjy' declare that the National Democracy the first page of this day's Fljfidian will be of the whole on the Kansas bill Mr. 0. also inoveel to strike out the
found an interesting sketch of the interview" the
(/ reselling in the death of two valuable negro and the Southern Rights party, all NIAGARA.JfAt.nr.iX eleventh line of the second section,and to Insey
upon referred to, taken from the Peninsular of last Sat Democrat In Council. In lieu thereoftite
jnen. If we have been correctly informed they fundamental doctrines, precisely the worda"annexeiJto.q that It
; occupy same urday. WASHISGTO.V, March 2 .-A caucus was held lust will read- nothing le this act MUU M

were excavating under a heavy embankment, which I p ition. In the Cincinnati platform, which is March 26.-The royal mail steamship night by the Leeompton and Anti-Lecoaipton Democrats as an awent by Congress to all or to any of construed the oron.

gave way aad crashed them to death immediate1 .. the creed of the Democracy, the equality of all the 3n& fenijops:-On last Wednesday our community Niagara, Capt. J C. Wickman, has arrived at tins and a coalition, Committee appointed of ten options nexed or the claims contained ia-the 'ordI aB t an"
te) "
Railroad Property- at St. JIarka. Stateris not only declared, but the rights of the was thrown into the deepest sorrow, at the port, with Liverpool dates to the lath inst from each division of the party to report on Tues agreed to. said constitution. The motion TI. '

The Tallahassee F... K. Co. invite proposals for the Southern members the confederacy are especially announcement of the sudden death of CoL WILLIAM General NeV *. day n plan for the admission of Kansas with the Mr. PUGII withdrew Jhe amendment of which

jwrehafe of their valuable property at St. Mark, ?nma rated andguaranteed. The South is not war- II. WARE, of this place. lie had left home in the The English House of Commons met on the 12th Lecoropton Constitution. he had previously given notice,.and moved to add

"See the advertii. :ert in another eetun. j j j jfire ring on the North. She seeks nothing to which the morning for the purpose of superintending somewc.i'k instant Mr. Disraeli announced the satisfactorytermination the SEC following to the bill as a new action:
I i issot entitled under Later from California & Central 4. A nd I" itfurt/ur enacttd-That
Coiistitt'lJon. ShedcsirtsI on the Rail I load for which he had AuJrlca. from aad
ft centrjct. of the understandirg between Great after the admission
NEW YORK Jfarch of the
26.-The steamer Moses State of Kansaa.
Tayj j
in Jlontirello.IT I only an equitable anifimpartlil! a 1n.i'stratk'Si e-f aa her,-
In a few hours arrived inbifore
a me-senger bearing Bi-it.tin and"France. provide, all the laws of
to fcara that euftractive fire occurred lor U in with California mails She bring $1,4*00OuO ,- the United State*
regret a |
the General Government. This is pk-Jged tuhir I the ad intelligence] : that he had been killed aciiiU'.tally The appeal of Oi>ini and his fellow conspirators, in which are not locally inapplicable shall have the
-in that place a few laj* !ne \rLU-h consumed a n by the Naticiial Democracy,in flic nieft rulc:1iiforIn specie. This trip by the Moses Taylor lithe jwme fore and effect within that StU
the of in
by fulling a tree. Many of his has bet-n refined. Arrests of suspected M other
entire block of buildings is the Inmne-s of tl persons shortest on record. State of the Union; and the said
part e which it could adoj't, i'j give seeuriiy and sanction frii-iid*, and among them a physician, hastened at continue throughout France. constituted State is hereby
t The mining news i is The a judicial district of the
unimportant. Califor United
tcwn. Other particulars have r.ot heart! Btates
to its promise. The protection of the Fou'.h U 35essential I onoe to the fatal po', hoping that pofsibly he might Nothing later has been received from India. nil Legislature had continued the disputed titles of within which a district corn. with the like powl;

The Aathaus' HOUBC.In and inseparable a part of the Democratic have i'eeii only severely! stunned, or at the worst: An attempt has been made at Chalons to revive land in San Francisco to the various en and jurisdiction as the district court of the United -

the appropriate column appears the 3verti>e- I confcfeion of faith as free tmde' or strict con- that life was not yet extinct I the Republic. It was defeated.A From Central America occupants. lished States the for the district of Iowa, shall be estab
w e learn that Gen. Lamar ; judge. attorneyand marshal of
\rient of the old and ]host, who fso ftruction. The iews here j rt-ser.tcd repcclh.gtljc On their arrival, however they found that the riot had occurred Unl.
popular QnJnoy >r at between the Police hud been formally received by the Goversrntct of ted States f,r the said district of Kansas ih n

many year, gave the travelling puMie of th:* Din Kratk j>ar$y ir? n'fl corcva.rttJ by any lirtt intelligence was only too true, and there now nnd the College Student, in which five of the Nicaragua.It reside within the *same and shall be entitled to the

country, the benefit of hispionsj-t KU borpitalIeattentions. ; general Sentiment ef opp->tiIoa at th -Soth. Ye-t, only remained to them the sad cfnce of conveying lalt'.r were dnngercu-ly wounded. believed that same compensation as the jndgf, attorney,and mar
He is his i a strar.se to tell, we find .utlieri ue-n ia C .ninxsa to his home and the lifeless remains was Yrusarri treaty would shah of the district of Iowa."
again at "pot, hard by the I fami'y, of him A telegrnphie tIS-patch from Madrid that be
says for consideration motion
re-opened at Washington, was agreed to- 37 .
old stand, where he will b fur the
rriends at any hoar." Give him a call. e-iif.'rt-emenl of one of the i.vtuar4itee lit high health, with kind and loving words upon his with Spain. The removal of Gem Concha as Governor Gen. Vivanco had the Yeas-Messrs. Allen, Bayard. Bell Benjamin
: captured town of Arica in ,
fcr the e-f Sur.thern
protection itv- .
g I l-I* of Cuba is contradicted. Bigg Bigler. Bright. Broderiek, Brown, Clay
Federal Appointment. j We allude to Mr. Critte-nden au-1! his Know N 't1iii.g | Of the de''i> affliction of his bereaved fumi'vim- Peru. Half of the town was completely destroyed Crittenden, Evans, Fitch, Fitzpatrick, Green,

CoL C. C. Yonge has been re-appointed L'. P. District confederates in Congr rf, who nr" low txrtin.rdl elcr this sudden* and terrible visitation Commercial N>VTH. in the seicre and capture Several hundred persons Gwin, Hammond, -Henderson. Houston, Ifanttr
the Northern District of we may not tFpeak were also killed in the melee Ivere, Johnson of Arkansas,Johnson of Tenoeawt*
Attorney Florida ; their influence to defeat the & in-oii e:1 f XHJ.-.M : Lirerpool Colt H .Viirk<.t.-Cotton had declined
but the stiv'g and general emotion of Jones, Kennedy, Ma
our )
and Mr. I. LTatun, formerly of this city, to the from lt. in The attempted revolution in Lima had been Polk.Pugh
i itmme with the Lecomptoa Coiiatitutlot': ci.d to a. few citizens, v.hichthfc !ad event called forth, bore the i(2J.( per > consequence of thehtavy iniportation sup Sebastian, Slidell, Thompson of Kentucky,Thorn_

office, for the Southern Dulrict Florida. i N>utliera extremLtsho threaten to do the same cio-t nniplo) (testimony to ths high! estimation in L *. The sales of the week were but 21,Ou< ) pressed. son of New Jersey, Toomb*. Wright and Yoke 37.

bales, of which Nays-Messrs. Chandler, Clark, Dixon, DocKttk
certain speculators took
thing, provided unimportai.t ane-admeiit- and'exporters ,
The Bainbrldge .trgu. wl/ich the d ceas*d wns hfld.1'y Concrcstional. S Douglas, Durkce, Fessenden Foot
This as proposed by Mr. (;rci, of Mi.-souri, 2500 bale, leaving 16i, )uO bales of all descriptions WASHINGTON, March 2.-Thie Seriate Forster, Hale,
deservedly popular jouinal to )hi l-"th ILunlin Harlan
come* us considerably areappeis cur St.itc ha* l< *t \alued citizen, todaywas KinSeward, Siramons, Sumner
enlarged, and greatly improved iu typ.grsphlcal .-,- cc-i to the bill prtjjng f..r the n.1iiki cf that I w-cH-ty !i generous and disinterested member, and] to the trade. The salfts on Friday the 1'Jth, were principally rnjraitd in the dUcu.-Mou of the Minre- Trunbull, Wads and Wlkon-19. '

I bale*, {the market closing dull. K>tu bill. Mr.Vilon's amendment' allowirg one Absent or not voting-Messrs. Bates
execution. Excelsior reeias to be the, his! family all that was excellent in domestic Cameron,
ewry r.-prentative to Minnesota until a census is taken Colkme-r, tavi. Reid and Stuart .
word Vilh its energetic proprietor and not withouttuccese. | We heartilyjpplaud the sk pess! vigilance % hieh r
watches with je.ilou'apj.rehfnslon inJicatVin Fair Orlcana. . .7Jd. Mid. Orleans. .? 9-16.1. wa* i.i'MtfM ira loso a substitute for
every 3&n.-ii.o! : JfdfcJi "tli. 185?. [ very <: vrte. the entire bill, which provides for the admission
of Fair Mobil-. . .7Jd.1'air :Mid.! Mobile 7d.Mi In the House several Kar of
proaehng c.n.gtr, and did wo share ti! ulaiin - : original SUte
nark*. Tampa, Key West and New Orm. of 5omc, ve would qicak trumpct-ton-raed to our -* ----- Upl.iruls. . .7d. .l."Uplands. . .7fd. livered, each an hour long.WAinyc.Tov upon the condition that this constitution shall be*,

.leant TIall. torrespondciiee of the lWAJII.NOTUN Mercury. The ctock on Land compri-ed 272f/)0) bale of March o.-9} o'clock P. M.-Tlie first referred back to a vote of the in

The Post Office Department is in corr.jx>nd
contractors for carrying the mail from New Einarling under d' fe.its and vi-ouravt1! by traitors the support} of the Leeompton Constitution Kansas shall be considered a State in the Union

Orleans to Key West, with a view to increase the: i from the Deir.rwracv.- l l.avc b tr.ivt-il- a }. '*; ]1.e Senate nil-t }'csttnlay morning at lu oVloek, FOl'It DAYS L.ATiil: FHO.TI KLItOI'E. Il'-nry W. lM\i*, of Maryland, and W. I.. Under without fujtner legislation whatever. If not

service from semi-monthly to Iri-monlhly trip ; and daring never fhown bn"r\ bt.t ].a\e tl.ev |i t.n.l ntiiiupii the Htr.c of raost intense excitement wood,of Ky., made decided Anti-Lecoinpton sj>eeclie5 approved, the people are to be authorized to forma
j in the
= -. ; gaice-d a trimrjiLaijt iln--gl" ? If n.t the J).-:.>oc j ur.lil ni-ar miJnilit. It w. -exj'cte.1 tnt tJtc vote: ARRIVAL OF T1JK }The house to day. constitution to suit.themselves, through the agency
compromise committee of the House failed of u convention to be called for that _
Pensacola A. Georgia Ilail Koad. i j j"We raev still in j'fAer.. and Iiu-t it nof tririr.ph c'ver I j jw !! OUJl l be takin on the Adni-Mon of Knn-.i, a r.1 it CITY OF BAITIMOBE.Cottoii to neree, and the Antics will very probably fall Mr. C. explained the various provisions of purpose.the bill

bad, yesterday, the pleasure of an iitm: I oi.r t-n-mie.<, if tru" to it-e-lf? We Lave the mo-t wft nn r-tc.o,1 al.-o, that Douglas would address back on Mr. Crittenden's amendment on Thursday but after some di.cussion it was ri-jested-yeas 24;,

with Ms. CABtxt, President of the 1'e-niace.Ja _
V Georgia Railroad Company who l-a? ree Admission
of Collamer
Kaisaai.. Crittenden
Dixon Dcx.little
turned from a visit to New York. j *.\. ScnnteRill p: *s the Hous;, whWt will give qui- j! was nearly full, and by ten o'clock every posibk- Unchanged. Feseenden, Foot, Fonter. Hale, Ilmmlin, Dongla Harlan

The cars ae nertr ranging on tlie road Si miles, j et to the c'uatr.% We foi1i-I_ h ,ro' the Govern- i4ic4 ill the tralkrie t<.rri
and the grading far progre==ed as to leave no $ nier.t will be re-t'r.1> to is! origi-i.il] cbarac-Ur ; fanaticism parked with ht.m-.n bringStuart, Michigan, Nf.w YOHK, March Co. -The \crpool. New fur eScr.ate the admlwiiou resumed the coneideration of the bill 1\"ade and Wilson 24.ITavs .
York and of the Sate of Kansas
doubt that the entire road will be had the filter! and made Philadelphia Stramship Company's City the -Me' rs. Allen, Bayard, Benjnmin,
graded to the : will .! Mfli-; l aii-l the daijg rs vLidi 3 lave an argument full of special of Baltimore arrie this morni with Union. Biggs,

Snwannee river before the end of this var. j impended i over us will be (tMli-t y rcm., t-d. To pleading 'again-t Push's amendment. He is a very dates W'dneoJay,March 17tlj.t'omnicrrin. rig. Liverpool Mr. GREEN{ rroclel S! to reply to the various Fitzpatrick Bigkr, Bright, Green, Bro\vn, Gwin, Clay, ,Hammond Dufkee, Evan, Houston1,Fitcb.,

A proposition for ejnstructingayZ>Af cfa* Bridge j effect this con'nrnma'.iofi, ho* ii.portant it i is that unpr'posesring ifcai, Tith a mean, repulsive countenance ppi-CM-hes that had ben n.ade ngalnst this bill. It Hunter, Irerson, Johnson of Arkansas, Johnson of

across the Suwannee river, to completed in 12 Souti! which, with hl-s, illiberal .!. had been aid on the other side that the friends of Tenn see, Jones, Mason Pearce
I every Linrpwl itin M nxoith*, has been icade by bridge-builders of more befits him for H rovlnble than Pugh, Sebastian, Slidell, Thompson of Kentucky
high C"inrnfn jn'tice petty a Senator in the which he ,
r .q'unlh.it we should [ report the sales for tlir e eay nt 9OM) baits, them report had the honor to submit ; Thomson of New Toombs and Yu-
reputation, who have undertaken to do the work jrive it an opportun'y! of developing its policy and lie waa fellowed by Mr. Buyard, of Delaware; one <>-t of which was takeft by l the trade. All qualities but note single position in that report had been lee-34. Jersey, Wright

for the Internal Improvement Bonds of the Compacy fulfilling it? pc'lg'bcf! TC\\C sck, by open attack of, if not the ino-t able, jurist in the Senate*, in a had slightly declined, aiid! {th 1 lri'cr prices i* mentioned which its friends had abandoned. These Absent or not voting--"Messrs. Bates, Cameron,

on reasonable ttrnunLich will doubtless be or indirection, to 1iornLe and ..lctro- powerful argument, which complcte-ly annihilated fje-iiirally quoted, with a dull condition of the mar general charges and general allegations would not Davis and Keid-1.

accepted and the rontrart clos.d, "1 &oona< tK rean <> which in Olir Jays t'f J.r'-j.r-rily L.i rfjciiciil jiarty wtii the Micb'jj0" .' ('ij1ttOr. During the debate Mr. I.al-s.ket! at the close. Tlie tales on Tuesday were 2,000 do for do the for a Senate court of Justice the United; Aiey States would; they not woul.lnot even Mr. STUART" moved to insert after the word"granta

be a meeting of the Board of Directors. us," and! in the lcrkf-st hotr of
A company of gentlemen, connrtir.g of enterprising nobly] wedded our caurt and Ljazun our ruottoeson rick, of CVi'ornia, next took the* floor, and devoted trade was unfavorable-there waa but little enquiry measure, it should be met on the true questions involved The bin waa reported to the. Senate, and the S

contractors from Georgia and stve-ral well its proudest banntrs-.al-kh linked its destiny himself to a lal/on.-d reply to Mr. Hammond, of and prices were weak. ,assertion and not prejudiced lie had by heard broad and unsupported amendment were eoncurre- in. The question was

known Floridiar-s, are at this moment in with anl South Carolina, when it not any argument then stated OR the passage of the bill
engaged i our right tijumphcd only *ith our via be-ing 4 p. m. the Senate General, JTewi.' whi.-h would lead him to change a sinple one of hi. ilr. IVERSON
dissent from the
examining the retoainder t-f tin vork on {his road, i (l icatiorL took a recess until 7 o'cloek. biter intelligence from India and China had been positions; not a point in that report had been called amendment offered expressed by the senator from Missouri second

with a view to make proposals for completing the As soon as the galleries were cleared, the irnHK'ni rt-ci Veti.It in question by any senator who had spoken in op- [Mr. Green,] and, although he was in his seat
Pas iage of ho Kannai Hill In the v\as r.\pect+d that the bombardment of Luck- j x-ition, and the only objection which had Wen
grading, fornishing cross-tie, tc., to Alligator. Senate.On i crowd that had been waiting outside, now when the vote was taken on that question he Lad
made the
The grading of the road from Alligator to Jacksonville the 28-1 ult, in accordance with} an informal rushed in, ntd n tremendou? compression of hoops now The will soon bentte-mpted. Collamer was,]bjf who took senior senator from to the Vermont. [Mr. declined to vote, not wishing to be found in the
fctff.nnhip A\a, willi California mails and exception language as of the .
will be completed byjthc Ht of June. j agreement between t-e friends and enemies of the and crinoline,squeezing, pu.-hing and crowding, took treasure, ha? been lost. Her jmssengers were saved. harsh and censorious, because the opposition party mf(>.any HOUSTON republicans.Mr. said he should vote for the bill

While in New York, Mr. Cabell was offered iron measure, the Kansas Bill passed the Senate. It w as place amid all torts of ejaculations from the fair as in Kansas were characterized as rebels and contumacious in accordance with the views of the legislature of

for tbe entire road, to be paid for with the not s of to have been acted upon on Jlonday, but owing to well ae the rougher tc-x. The rrporters' gallery LATEi:, ARRIVAL OF THESTATISrnPPERSIA. and ns standing in opposition to the government Texas.
It the
the Company, fecnre-d by the Jtyjiclhetatimi of Internal the absence of Mr. Douglas from litpotition, vhodetired was alo taken p"i -< ; to cast his vote the bill in obedience
Improvement 'Bonds. Bat as theee note* to address tlj Senate once rrore the vot: tie) beiutiful: Mrs. Douglas anti her mother every charge with regard to the character of the to instructions. agaiii t

would become dn. b.fir fnfSeient time could was [-e-stponed to the Cotiun JscliiieJ } -2 be succeeding day. The llllnui3 while every.niche and recess in the windows was by official. ..evi.T"t The rote V>pin f
allowed to negotiate the Bonds, such a contract Senator addreeecd the Sinate in the pns:nceofa filled wp. The ante-room and vestibule of the Sen* NEW YOFK, March 31.-Tlie ISiiti-h and North could v i nv.'i be ,. .M bvv iii it**-.It i*.!>v4i A, ivuA i* iiicii Lucre -yeas 33, nays 25-as follows?

would probably involve the sacrifice of the Bond, crowded and brilliant audience, but, if we may credit ate were also: densely filled with the ladies of Senators American K. M. Ktcam hip Persia, Cnpf. Judkin, however, that no escape.while the seratw was worthy from Vermont of remark, Yeas-Messrs. Allen, Pnyard, Benjamin. Bigg,

sad still leave the notes of the Company unpaid.Tbe .- the reports of Washington correspondents, he and their friend.*. On the re-a=scmbliig of the has arri> cd with Liverpool dates to Saturday March eond iiiirintr the language of the report as harsh was, Bigler. Bright Brown Clay Erans, Fitch, Fitzpatrick -
2'ith.' Green, Gain,Hammond Henderson Houston
attention e>f Cupitali-ts has been directed to our failed most signally to come iij to the expectations Senate, Dr. Gwin, of Cal., ruotcd to admit the ladies Commercial his own colleague had made a speech in which there Hunter, Iverson, Johnson of Arkansas, Johnson of

Railroad corities, trhich are pronounced good by of hi" friend* and the 1 uUlic. IIi. # eec'h to the floor which Intelligence. was more denunciation and severe language than Tennessee Jones*
p waa confined motion hud failed in the Livrr.roor. Corrov MFKET..-The sales for the had occurred in thu whole of this debate ,Kennedy,)fahoryMason, Pearce
all who tare examined them. A general opinion mofctly to a dtfti.ce of his own jnreeiiiting but week reached bcrtde. Polk, Sebastian, Slidell, Thompson of Kentucky,
consistency morning, was now curried, when n perfect 31,000 balos <,f which speculators The senators on the other side have told
was expressed that in a short time they will the ftdmie ton of Kansas, and in vindication stream of ladies poured into the Senate, filling took 4OfjQ mid eiporters G.OIK'I lule I raving to the and over attain that the constitution ought to imbody over lee-33.Thomson of New Jersey, Toombs, Wright and Yu-

readily command a price nsfEcient to iron, equip and of his fidelity to the principles of the democratic every possible space. A large portion of the members the trade week 24,000 biile holders*. The market declined } during the will of the people. Well, nobody disputed that, Nays-Messrs. Bell, Broderick. Chandler, Clark
as were pressing their stocks either in
Congress out of
complete the roads. The monetary world is fart purty.In of the House was also'procnt, filling up the the market The wiles on Friday were 4/KiO bales on that all constitutions or Congress; every one Collnraer, Crittenden. Dixon, Doolittle, Douglas,
agrees to
recovering from the effect of the late pecuniary re- another column may be found an interesting ai-les. The coup fail was really bewilde-ring and ,and the rnarktt closed quiet. The quotations are : will of the people, but upon the question imbody how that the Durkce, Fe senden, Foot, Forster, Hale, Hamlin.

tnUion, and confidence is being account of what parsed on that Fair Orleans, 7d. Fair Mobile will should be Harlan, King, Pugh. Seward. Simmons, Stuart,
rapidly restored. exciting occasion, thrilling. The Presided of the Senate having announced ; 7fd ; Fair Uplands ascertained, and what steps are to be Sumner, Trumbnll, Wade and Wilsca 25.

Well ettatiiiJied securities are_ readily di'poed of with the vole of the Senate on the bill It is now the subject still under consideration, the Mobile, 7d.6d.; Middling Orleans, 7 1-lCd. ; Middlim; takefi to exprc-3 that will in a legal manner, have Absent or not voting-Messrs. Bates- Cameron,
Middling Uplands Bd. arisen all the
; difference
stock between
on good terms, and for such securities money can before the House, where eleven speeches w ere made Clerk read the title of the bill, wheu Mr. Douglas of Cotton on hand is 351,000, of vhhh 243,<>uu bales of the bill The friends of thefriendsand the bill contend oppouenU Davis and Reid-L -

be had at cheaper rates th'an at any time for many upon it in one day, and doubtless continued at that rose from his seat, and pleading debility from his arc American. that the will of the people is legally There was a marked demonstration of applause

years. These will be soon exhausted, and then other rate, until the vote was had on Thursday last. Mr. late illness, proceeded to defend himself and his position. HAVRE COTTON MAr.iEr-The market exhibits a the delegates w horn the people elect and expressed clothe with by in the galleries checked at the the result Chair.of the vote, which was'

good securities, euch as our Internal Improvement Stephens of Georgia, gave previous notice that on To do him justice, he made many good hits, ted declining nt 103 tendency francc. and Orleans Trts Ordinaire quo power to act for them, and by the popular vote taken promptly by- -_ _
Bond'/will bt in demand. that day, at one o'clock he would in accordance with that action f but, on the
The fact that iron move to take
and his fervor twice A State Convention- llawkln
up once or brought down the LONDON MosEy MARKET.-Money 13 unclia nged.- other hand, it is contended that the Will of the Judge
ean be bought on the phdyt of these securities from the Speaker's table the Kansas bill, which was applause from the galleries. He plainly showed Consols for'money OCf awl! on account 96|. The pie is to be learned by the action of an irresponsi pen- We L'earlily agree with the floridian Je Journal

proves the estimate in which they are held. assented to by both side of the House. Thu, we how deeply and bitterly he felt his position, and bu lion in the bank of En gland has increased 229- ble mob, or n. Tote taken without legal authority, in its suggestion, which we publish below, relative

"We think the Company has acted widely in delaying may prefcutne, the matter was brought to a speedy the attacks that had been made upon him. At one ooa and and all conclusive on one manner side. Mr.to the G. replied in a forcible never to the seen holding any other of a method State Convention.of selecting candidates We bare
conclusion. allegations
the purchase cf iron temporarily, rather than tiuif, he was bold and defiant; but, towards the Matket the disfranchisemcut of half the counties in respecting Kansas half so well calculated to give satisfaction to all the

risking a roinon sacrifice cf their Bjride. It will close, his manner was suppliant end appealing.It YORK, March Keports.NJCW and the vote against the constitution on the 4th of, members of a party. It ia to conventions of the
Mtaa.lai'dppl' Slave Trade. 2C.- alcd of Cotton
not probably retard tbexoinple-tion: of the road air to-day Januaiy. There were the people that we are to look for a fair expression of
The New Orleans Delta declared was a saddening spectacle to witness a great SOO( ) bales, whieh were made before the steamersneWM strongest reasons for believing
not long since public should be the
months. Since leavjpg New Y(' fc, Mr. Cabell has that the slave trade leader of the Democratic party cut off and isolated was received. The market i* unsettled and that a large part of the ten thousand votes opinion. They are From or time immemorial organsof
with Africa had been opened cast on the fourth popular sovereignty.
received a Jtttcr from one hi the < with whom quotations nominal. Flout dull,sales 6,500 barrel January were spurious and fic
parfi 9 the from the brotherhood, and separated from those titious but even if the democracy have thus selected candidates, and
on Coast We ; we that
Mississippi learn from the Mobile "Wheat dull. assume this
Corn firm was not
b.was ia negotiation, stating that hia proposition Y14fltc? that the statement frieudihios of nolitical ties whreh} once made him so sales 82,000 bubhels. Na- so. and that they were all real vnii-a it. ir/inl.l v. owe much of their strength to the fact of having resortetl -
u without
to purchase jron outright for the Bonds will probably Inundation popular in the South. subversive of all the principles which to tins means.
be When making the rather startling announcement CHARLEJ March 26. Sales of cotton 600 balec. government rests to upon our We know not as yet of any opposition to the re-
awptt& Mr. Cabell teems to entertain lit- On his concluding, Mr. Toomba rose to reply, and, Nothing was dune after the bteamer'a recognise thai vote as having nomination of Hawkins
the Judge able
flit doubt that ujMjn authority the Delta] we confess we were news was re- any effect upon n constitution which had our present
this can be done before the fall in a withering, crushing down ceived. already and in We
tpcech came with bern popular Representative Congress.
somewhat incredulous, and thought it might be in completed and finally acted The democrats presume
Vfe were much: gratified to hear from Mr. Cobtl some form an error. It it not reasonable to such force on the po-itiona ai umed by Mr. Donlai MOBILE, March 2L-alea( of cotton 2,500 bales ; in the Territory refrained upon.from voting because there will be no opposition to so faithful a

thai be Lad concluded a contract with parties in suppose and his defence, that the little giant" seemed Middling 11 cents-declin* caused by slearntr's the matter wa settled, and they determined public servant as he b proving Elmself to be. We
that intelligent men, however adventurous, would perfectly ales of the week to stand think we may safely be Is the unanimous choice
Sew York for the comjilete construction of the road He refused news. 19,6)> bale, and receipts upon their rights; out this principle of taking say '
incur the hazards of a persistent violation of a law overcome. to answer the qucs'lions of the week ll.f-80 bales. (The receipts last year a vote over and over again, as recommended of the people in this section of the SUte. Honest,
from the
ApaUchicola river to Pensacoia. These declaring such traffic piracy. Only a very small propounded by Mr Toomba, and affected to eame time was less than 3,0l> bales.) The decrease by the senator from Kentucky, [Mr. Critte-nden,] fearless, and indefatigable in the discharge of his

parties aavt built by contract several railroads in portion of the American people have for treat his interrogator with worn and contempt It nt this port is 17,000( and the stock 141,000 bales.OBLF.AXS would not do. No doubt Colonel Fremont would duties, it is obviously our intesest to, retain him ia

different parts of the Uiilte-d State, and from their viewed the question of the slave trade in years other past would not do, however; and when Mr. Douglas Nw March 20.-Sales of cotton to day like to have the vote taken over again on the pres the March portion 23. ho now adorns.-Pensacoia Obnsrrtr.

charactef'and known energy and ability there is any put on his overcoat to retire, Mr. Toombe asked 1dm :;.Ols) bales, before the Niagara's accounts were received. idential election ; no doubt every defeated jiartvwould 5
light than as a settled issue-A thing that conld no The like to take the -
every ?reason believe they will faithfully execute to remain- ne he intended contradict subsequent light sales were made at vote over again ; but when
more be established than, monarchical institution every an to } cent decline. The sales of the week arc a matter is once decided, it ia the duty of all good State Convention.

the contract -for building so important a part of To talk of its revival, therefore, was simply an nbcurdity. position. Mr. Toombs said the Illinois Senator had 62,600( bale, and the receipts 66,000 bales. The citizens to acquiesce in the result until another op- The floridian tt Journal' outjin favor of a D E-.

our great central road. Yet Northern Demagogues have voted for cramming down the throat of the peoplo itocV is 430,000 bnlei The decrease in the receipts portunity is legally presented for testing the ques ocratic State Convention, for the purpose of nominating
While in greatly at this is 32,000 bales and at all tion. He showed that there had been a Representative to to'be held In
Washington,Mr. Cabell made a contract a free State Constitution., against their will, OB a port ports 2'-iO,5uO no frauds to Congtcss, S
for delighted to dwell upon this subject, and to give bales. such an extent.a* to nullify these" elections in Kansas Mont icello on the hat Monday in May. ;We heartily
*aryitgtire'niafl on BO much of the road is former occasion but now that there
as new point and zest to their tirades upon the South ; was a niggerin NEW YORK:, March 27.-Cotton sales 1500 S ; fraud, to some extent, were committed at every second the proposition for a Convention, for tb.-
completed three times a week; and the Post Master by boldly proclaiming the re-opening of the slave the question ho (Douglas) felt, for the first time, market irregular, Middling was unchanged mixed, election, and were to be expected as long as reason given t y,the Floiidian ;*bnt think the time

General has agreed to advertise'at once for a Daily trade as a yberished portion of her policy. For along thtt it choked them 1 Mr. Toomls .was unrelenting 115t4 declined from | to i. Flour heavy, sales 8,000 human nature was imperfect lie also contended set is entirely too.soon. It will be impossible for

Hail fottrb'orse post coaches, from 'the terminus of time like in the in his charges of hypocrisy, and when he finished, barrels. Southern is steady. Wheat dull. Corn that senators had no right to consider whether the the Counties rp the remote. parts of the SUta' fo
a man who
play sought kicks free State ticket make the
the railroad heavy, sales 3OO0 bushels. White or the pro sluvery ticket had been neeessai-ypreparations for a Convention
to Jacksonville.FaVormfcle it was felt that Douglas was demolished and he 68$ and yellow
that he might sue damages, they zealously courted 69c. Turpentine fclcady. Robin firm 60 to 55 elected ; they were only to look at the constitution as early as the hat Monday. We therefore suggest

an advocacy of the slave trade from some responsible excited a general feeling of pity. Rice dull. J.- to see whether it was republican in form, and not th<3 .5th Monday in May ((31 sk) We go ia f iaIh'Ir
Indian The feature in the to inquire into the and '
House of result of complete MarianM
great ycfcU'rday was elections. representation.- Patriot
l a latest Indian imte-lligence the first Southern roan, that they might hare the Atv.rsTA, March 27.-Cotton.-A good demand Mr. March
22.Tlie .
appears the speech of Mr. Bishop, of Coun., in favor of Le- existed briefly replied to some allusions -
jags of to-day's IMUC. Although the red-skins have exquisite pleasure of shrieking over the proposition.At to-day at an to decline since the arrival which had been made to him lathe of
compton. It was a bold, fearless, manly exposition, of the Niagara's news. speech Supreme Court 'commenced its Seaaioa hereon
-asyetipperfcdat Tampa l I/let thia statement of the Delta gave them the Mr. Green. He disclaimed desire to biiild
as previously statedVu any
.Irkfor their Western long-hoped for pretext, and their drawn has sustaining the Sooth,and calling upon her to support MOBILE, March 27. Cotton sales 2,000 bales.- the republican party; but he thanked God that up he Friday last. Hon. Thos.Baltzell, Chief Justice,,
S homes th agony
y are Northern the true Middling firm'at 11. had reason and conscience Hon. C.: H. DuPont and B. M. Pearson, AssociaU
Democracy 5 to
school It the
point of
engaged in negotiatiow for that found a vent. The matter has occasioned a was path Justices. IX .1*. Holland of m&d&a'
According very and Esq., Quincy,
purpose. the speech of the cession, and brought down Nay ORLEANS, March 27.-Cotton sales 10,500 duty, courage enough in pursue that path.
to the 'Mftftgomery Confederation of the '23d considerable sensation among the northern papers, from the applause bales, Middling 11 to 1 if. White Corn 64e; yellotf Mr. GKEEf.witLdrew the amendment of which most able and, affecting argument for the sppeis'Intha

nit, CoL Writ H. Garrett, the Agent of the Creek and has given rise to a torrent of invectives against' galleries. 60c: Mees Pork f 17. Sterling Exchange, frcm he had formerly given notice,in regard to admitting case of Abernathy, hybevnezt'fr1.ndc&

Indiana, passed throngfe-thateity on the the South, and we fear baa had the effect to weaken In the Senate to-day,Mr. Green, Missouri, made 4i to 6.CiiABtEsros. S Minnesota and Kansas together, saying that although Abernathy. Tears dropped: th. Conri-bous mad.
'. previous the conservative his master.effort He has taken he was friendly to the admission during Ins speech. J. F. McCleUan Eaqv av
political element fit that of a position March of Minne
portion among 27, 1 P. M. Cotton.
Sunday,frpra Sooth Florida and eonfirmedUie --- excellent and sound effort for the
gratifying the Union. For this latter sot*, h6 thouglft it ? ,
reason the first would-expedite the
we regret ap our statesmen s. Ha combatted successfully to-day 100 bales, prices shade easier. No market public business
intelligence thft BIlly Bowlegs and his war pearance of the supposed unfounded statement every argument that had been made the Holders stubborn, buyers want a'decline. to pass non each case'By itself Mr. CH Chen MR. CIIJUUES R L. AUJSOS. of Quincy, was admitted
rion boiii2ftyor 4xiyln; the Delta. It has, incur done liarm In against moved to strike out the preamble and at
: : number, hare allagreoel opinion, so bill and CHARLESTON, March 29, Sales of insert the Friday as an Attorney and Counsellor
vindicated cotton
far that it is used nobly course, of the President. to-day following :
to remove, and tbAt Sam Jones and his party, olf by abolition demagogues as an 1,900 bales, at pricest current before the S 5, : Law and SoliaItorIa'EquIt'b7L1i Boner J. J.Fialey .
j instrument to aid in the effort to destroy the sound .- At half-past fire o'clock, the vote was taken newA 'Niagara 1Thereas'theeopl oYthe Territory of Kansas Judge of*the yTestern' Circuit ,Wa Oder-

$OSM forty; tituznberfbttng the remainder o{the and national political organization at the North. on the passage of the bill, which --resulted in S f did, by a convention delegates called and assem stand th geatUmaa passed avery eredlUbJ exam

tribe, will itI probability eooaeot to emigrate* Taking even Southern view of the- question, S3 Mr.Sumacr yeas NEW Your, March, 29.-Sales of cotton to-day bled at Leeompton .on the 4th day of December, ination. S

10. iti VSluiit rminustoth tds Wart ,fika our Mobile cotemporary, ye should be sorry to nays 25 of Massachusetts, for.the 2,500 bales, at steady prices, Middling Uplands 11J 1857'for that purpose, formed to themselves a con Since the above -was wiittei.w learn that-Mr.

t ''alinostas lee'the'ilare tr44 revived in any form at present- second time thia'sesa1oa, appeared today in his cents. Flour quiet; sales 8,000bbls. Wheat rery stitution and State government which said consti! Allison has been admitted tis' practice W0 4 So-

long. as S thtinea Hot because the argument for ilarery may not juttify -' cat; tprot<3 against eootnpfiaiC 'Thismasterelon dulL Corn heavy;'aales 85,000 bushels. Turpentine tution is republican,and the said convention having preme Court of the State*-.Jtoi

1 ,' ,it, bat because if,wouldb extremely impolitic of hypocrisy, cowardice'and infamy, as he passed steady, .Rosin dullat $1 60,. Rc! dull.S asked the admission said Territory into Iho UnIon S

%!_ ir soms $1,000 to th? in ourropbuoiu. ,,Tbe publio wutiment of.the South out of the Senate to the Rotunda, -with'his MOBILE, March 29, -Sales of ett to-day 5,000 as "a State' on an equal footing: S with tho original .11*. iwaor, M Coxsxcndcr. .Th 'Waafcl$g o f

& chieii( $ ippoWf3*
look '
auaws{ less tSw'th7'motiat ttftSftot tiweiib Ittei'iflre1t: in no'good whaUfcr'-, Ill* the excited the-ridicule and.1 contempt the spec.' Middling. S / S :' : ', The motion was anted to. ;" speech of Mr,:BUhon of Connecticut. (mairfreA; .

OUK froitlM* txjwrimcnt of-eUrtihg rtrawV' {rgalaet the tatorsoithey looked upon his gross,- beefy"carcass,. S OKLEASM. March 29. (SaTe's of colton to-day Mr. O. then moved 'amend toe bill by adding }areld! (t: 1c
gfenf- .. wind.yT, ,-,,, -a .- 'after section.two line iil
stei ; e'the It .
r wkteh hi would bare niggcp-worshlping friends" ieoio; ,'r. MMdliog 111 @ Uf'cents.; Sogars S ',And that following. S S sa s KJ' t 'sI '-.-
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in*the T flewe la taYofbf:"the"he aeesionjrere t&ompton delivered Coostttutod vwTHESPHB Spring &- Smnmer Goods, Iy f br the Million SWAN &; GO'S.- Lotteries, 'I

L Mintefljbreugbt ObY Grea the BUhofK House fur Hie-latter the cerea 1E1CRMAQE. Just Receivd per Bark JR. Hi GAMBLE : 30,000 froiXABsTroVglVE DOLLARS AUTHORIZED by_ the STATE cl GEO1 I

ii efnrk 'rMcb teiz b 1de AND SUM-

and libewrt tlie as t.endet general among Mr. PUPILS of the TallahaVsVa Seminary *nd others, AnEFTERAt'st'OCkofSPRINO, tfowi, (froccriea Only .30,000 Numbers-3,286 Prizes I IMOIiE $ 70 iI9'.OO: ; On tieON a..p !

felkrw rnembrt-flj Impression toat.lie ( their ?. Rives, tc. ._ .
Jjjjfaopls) dcs nedintime to com, to occupy SpobitIQfl T'HESPIIN \ ., G.AJ.MEQIXN1SS. THAN 1 PKIZE TO EVERT SINE TICKETS ..

4)1 marked prominence us a statesman.deserTC8 .. j March IS, 185C, ll6tBonnet Out Ticktt can Draw three Prize I FOR $10 PbLLARS -_ _
and after Monday th
Itt the Platters'! Hotel _
on Friday next
evening, -
'Mr. BiiOp the more credit for his firmJiit6S -
because he a district which WHS Positively no admittance without a Ticlet, which can Ribbons Fringes CapitalPrize830,000 rpHE fallowing SAcme will be drawn by 8,Swan ti. freight and ? I

cc4eding13eloF.e, at represents t1e time of his election, though be had at the Bok Store of"Messrs. McDovoALL it Iti z. JA Co, MatMurtrKof Sparta Academy Lot- .will U run darly aa fuU<*v&vUttwen _II'I *

we bopelt islet BO now. A man gains nothing by HOBBTT. The front seats are reserved for the ladies. C&3O.130NKET 1AVANA PLAN OF SINGLE NL'NEEES.JAsr.k teiy, in each of ttcir Single number Lotteries for TaUaJtauM amfSt. -

trimming these Jay He must either swallow Abolitionism April 8, 1858. 14athans' lilBBOKS. i I April 1858, at Angtista, Ocorp*, ;in public, under Lease

Iiorrm, fioofs, and all, or stand up far the JL> ilarseilles cud Florence Silks, j COUHTY ACADEMY LOTTEBY. the superintendence of Commusiouerb. .&rrtve atSLarb.LeaveStMars..1. -

tountrv-the wbole country-sink or swim, die or jfljf House Silk Ilouches and Artificial Flower:, '1SY A VTIIOniTY OF TIfF ;STATE OF GEO. CLASS 9 ,,*
liff. 'journal of Commerce. ; Cotton Fringe Marseilles Braid, AmvatTaflaltusee. -

= QUINCY iII1u 'LORTDA.u4ls ilar. eilea! Buttons, CLASSIJ.DmwsAprilIaL 1858, To be Drawn in the City Auguata-Ga, in public Anti on Sunday 1i.1

2iuv tfie Tampa PemnjnJdr, Martb.' 20. _- Ladies and Misses Parasols. CLASS JlfJr Draws April 15th, 1S58, On Saturday. April Zih, 1858. theme of Mail 8tea WestIdThbk1ffcb arrivi st ad
JTIHF4 undersigned has again opened a HOUSF- -. ALSO In at Macoo, On. tinder the lean. Key ,
public, sworn superintendence
Army CLASS 10 from St Mark'on tM! 11th6a.N*:
1 Enfertainment. in the building formerly known Ladies Pompadour S. S. Skirts, ; of ]E. C. Bulkley cad Joseph Waterman,, t ., 4J .
Copt. O. Hurt's Independent Company Mounted as the Carolina Iloimt," and would be pleased to U Cruvillf 'Ps be Drawn in the City of Augusta, Oa.,ln public znoctL ,-m.g_ .

Vouiui1.Cfl was muster*! in and out of the United see his friends nt any hour. J. NATHANS. Lattice Whalebone Skirts, On Sdtttrdty, April lOtA, 1S58. On Pensacola < Oeorgsa uasrita 'nt vk.

:State* service, in this place, on TBursdav last April 3. 1858 14 Brass- Skirt Hoops, Prizes Payable Without Deduction. train will be run on.Monday.. Wadbe3qiMJ

Captains Johnston aud Win. Kemfrick's Co.'s Steel CLASS 11 days : /TLettre

JLV.'sarc Matipbedin ihevicinity* of this jdace.Captain Jefferson Academy Wualebone SCHEME : Tallahassee. ..... .. .. ..*. .T5 A.If.
Long tc. &c. To be drawn in the City of Augusta, Ga, in public'On
BuUpckV; Co. M. Vs. will be mustered Just received and for sale by 1 Prize of.f 30,000 Arrive at Station No. (WaIcs'tMil1j&ZOLL.

out of service the 2SUi.CaptninPickett's MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. G.& J.MEGINNISS. I .. . .. . 10,000I Saturday, April llth, 1858. Leave Station No. S ..*.. *

Co. M. Te. was mustered out of -S S March 27, 18SS. l5-6t . .. . .. 5,000i ArriTB at Tallahassee *.IOO
service yesterday. HPHE PRINCIPAL is pleased to be able to anJL 2500 CLASS 12, A HACK leave 8L Mark. Do arrlral of UM Tiski

Captain E. T. Kcndrick's Co. is now constructing nounce that he has engaged as assistant, Mr Ladies Dress Goods &c 1 . .. .. . 2.000j To ho drawn iu the City of Augusta, Ga, in public, for Newport and return* ia time tOCOCI4&1a5I.

a bridge across Peas Creek. PARKINSON, a teacher of long and varied experience, . . .. . 1,000 On tfiturdty, April: 24/A, 1B37,.. tip Trnia to Tallahawe. j ;,
Captain Sncll's Co. is engaged in building u Commissary and a graduate of Christ College,..Cambridge. FRENCH Jaconet Robes, 3 500 1,500 O'y THE- PLA X OFShVULENUMflE1.S.' Fare froth Tallahaee toBt.Marki..fl.OO
near Ft. JleaJe Tue high rank his pupils have invariably taken at 1 A uille, 4, '
5 250 . 1,2501g S. ii to Station No,1.Pen.4Qeo.K.

Captain Durran e' Co., is opening the road between College, is of itself the best practical commendation. Bsyadere Robes, ) 100 . 10.0(0 5,4S K....... .......:.;. .v.v .. o

"this place and Ft Meade He is, however, permitted auqong Ihera to refer to Organdie Lawns, ::110 so . 5.000 NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVET yiZTZ TICKEUT3I Fare from Tallahassee to Station tfo.SjP o.**
Captain C. L. Eillbnrn, U. S. A., i? now in Ocala, Senator Hammond, of SdUth Carolina. ; Plain and Printed Bareges >' '.'
3000 15 . 45,004)Approrinsaion Geo.R.H... .. .. ...... ..1.*
with instructlens to mu that theun-elves for sen ice in the of this Circuit. Tcll assist in the Female Dotted Prizes :
may present ) DepartmentMrs. TO BE DRAWN EACH SATUltDAT IX ARCH J Mill).. .. .. '. .. .. ... *
Battalion which was called for sometime einee. SMITT/, nn experienced and successful instructress Tarleton, Nainsook and iln1' Musluia, 4 1'rize of 125 to !.fl.O00 . .!500
of. 4 Prizes of. .900I laid -Stattpn HT tfcf <
1 Prize $70,000 ; The Iron U not t.
( l
yot < |
has charge t-f the llu-.ical Depait went. White and Printe.1 lIt lfliars: 4 5') to 10,) .. ..
ltI1tlS.-OUV div i- sow infotediith light 4 . 800 be ia March and it
r.oooo Mill but will iaproceaa
> ,) early a Depot
Board,.in-iy bo nbfiiiruui at Col. ItUeLburu's, at $10 Black Oro de Zurich. S 40 to 5OJO . .
fintrej-e-i individual- who arc making nightly dcmon 4 I' 700 construction to Le
tiU fitti
enUivd per mouth, and at Mr. Geo.Taylor an excellent pri- Black Alpacas, Black Grenadine, 12 25 to 2 500 .. 200 1 10,000 completed by
trati 'n*. Laiv lc Coolv'f store \\as . 5.000 4 COO the selected for tbs
track reaches fltatiea.
acceIWe la.c house one tnilo fioiu the village, at $10. Giuih.ims, Calicoes, Lawns, tc., tc.Jnet 24 15 to 2,000 . . 30 1 the point
and rub'f of all the change; Friday 500
1 .
oliee brokin For further information iu regard to "ouree of study, received and for sale hy 20 10 to 1,000 . . 2(10( 4,000 -
incbr. of laitcfk, theot wr i'p n ; 60 SOO
3.000 Peniaeola t G.orgLs2milrsusa
1 Freights charged on
rates, tic., apply U the undersigned who will forward i G. & J. lEGTNNiSS. *
Monuav iJ > worth of a Circular. W. O. GIRARDL'AU, TYiaV.April March 27, 1R55. IS-Ct S23G Prizes amounting to. .. .?115,130Tickets 1 J 158, lo It paid OH dtliicfy if gM&n'
ciUy; enUre! and rol.U'lof 1 about ?2< 0 'I 100 '
4 1,000 i.2SO. '
S 3, 1668. 14-Gw FROM ST.. MARKS 'TO BTATlOIf\l\ Ws

watolifs. mid found other concealed artieK'S in and.Mr.Thursday JlcCarty's night store.a Straw Goods &c $10 ; Halves 5 ; Quarter 2 50. A}>],rt>jeii>iaC.jr. Prizes. Cotton per bale. ... t.... .. .... .ii 87* 109

mantas several other "Weunderlaud Pure Zinc White j jI 4 Prizes of j.100 appro'g. to J>70UOO) prize arel.6XtI Tobaico in Boxes per IOU Ibs ...... 25 25 29
lifMos thvM., we hear of cases. The 3,000 Prizes of *15 will be determined by tlP .
that a \iGuOfOpH'r. I \ SOO 25 OUt) 1,200 Corn and other grata ia sacks per Umbel 10 10 19 '
t the of these (GROUND: in prepared LXSEEOIL..) LADIES 4 200 10.000 u 800 Salt per sack. .. .......... .... 40 40 44
tlu i.i-rlit, and tru perpetrators and Boys.TrimmeJ Hats for Summer, For example : If the number drawing thej,0.
be T\TE have just jceuved a fie.h supply of this newT Panama 4 i ltJ5 7.000 600 Hay in Bales per 100 lb..e.. 25 J5 2*
Mill lo Hats
outriges; yet l-niugLt justice. Negro . T and beautiful White, dim-I lioia the n>iM'u '. Canada Straw Hats, \dien* the No. eti'is in 1 will he entitled to f 15 If I 4 100 5,009 400 Lime, Cement, SlatePla.steraod Guano
C j.t. Hnnttr and otliors 1f Manatee, \ilio were factorfcnd offer it to the public with moet perfect .' Wool the No. en-Is wjjh No. 2,, then all the tickets where 4 0 75 3,500 300 in package per 100 Ibs. .... 15 25 2a

for some time supposed to be lost, are now at lioiuu.eafc confidence, ns posefFS'ng-all! the qualities which render Jnst received and fols'lle rv tLf >"o. t-nda HI 2, vll; bo entitled to $15, and fio onto 4 It 50 1.600 200 Bar Iron per 100 Ibs......... .. ... .. 25 25 25

and sound. The uee.ni.m of their delay wa a paint ido.1 ic-tti\riilc, viz : Its 5n.omparal.3cbrilljnusv ". &J. NEGINISS. li. 5,000 prizes of 20 are.100,000 All other goods per 100 Ibs.. ,.,... 30 10 *
the jrrouiiding of their lio.it in a layoii.Uotfrrs.. of Color from all I TALLAJfASSEEtoSThTIO'.
,freedt/m paiSo/inns quo March 27, 1858. 13GtDomestics From 1 2 $

---- --- iI; .. titrer ifjnri'ti] ii.,. Anof the v.-oikmen, or CrIifica1ey of I'ackzces : I 5,485 Prizes amounting to. . ..- ?S20.000 Cotton per bale .. .. .. .... : J1IO..

inmates cf new ly painted apartment*-its durability & Of 10 Tickeli nn co''l at the following rate, which, WHOLE THTET" S10llAX".r3 $3 ; Qaio I Tobacco Boxes perlOolbs..e....., 1 ttj I$

ptri1 in the must ei.pof.ed situations, and its great fupeii- ) 10) Whole Tickets.:5: UOisllieiUk I Corn and other gram!io sacks per.bush ell f 21 '

only to 117i V< J4'UI iu all the variouUSLS to which j I j"lOTTON Onibuishs, Sheetings and Sbii tings. : [- ho half . . 1750 J PL.W OK TJIi tOfTEKV. Salt per f>ack. .. .. .... ... ... 25 25If
the latter Las lit.iet.fire been applied. For tale by I Calicoes, Giiiuhaiu: I t Hay in Bales per 100 lbs. .. .. .. .. 121 12 121I
) 10 Quarter .. . 8 75I.
1 ,
THE GREAT ENGLISH SEKEDY.IT. The Number* from to 50,000 correrpcndlng j jI
AMES & LIVELY. BIOWII and Blaj Linens, j I Lime, Cement, Slate, Plaster and .Uu-
; .ink Note of sound B.mks taken nt with! tho-e Numbers the Tickets printed on M>
JAMEs CLAKK1TS, CctrnKATEn FEMALE rILLS.Prparedfras'i Apiil :S, 1S5S 14White 1'laiil Domestics, Furniture plaid., par. I on paj j auo in packages per 100 Ibs. ....ltj 12 *
Checks New Yoik remitted for of encircled with email tin tubes
J. Virx'Jf. BtWIi and lead njloreil Jeans, en prizes. r.ito slips paper; are Bar Iron per 100 Ibs .. .. .... .. .. 12k 1!* t**
f.ir (
T j.i'ftrrijttitiM () : Aildresa orders for tickets or Certificates of Packate5 i rnd placed! in or.e whe'.l. i
Lead. 1'iiiu Sea Iaai'l! SLu All other
ting, goods 100 1II&
; lbs..1
!>., f'tii'-if,
This ic\a! :aM'-ni'dione is UTiUiil.ng m tlio euro of nil "l)IRE Extra and No. 1. pround in Pi-re Linseed HoOJ ?, ti'Lcinrs Jirmr- ,-ri l'd1i.o1.lt.; Petur-1,,. *.l, trt- placed in nnothcr wheeL r EDWARD IJOU8TOUN, ,

t1oe painful and dangerous diseases to Inch the female j I Oil, just received and for snie bvAMKS'A .u.0Lnllbcts ANDERSON .t SON MnnnKtn.Jl'tcon The wheels are then revolved, vJ a number is Pres. tf Superintendent

constitution is rabjixL It moderates n'l eiei-ci and remo\cs LIVELY. White and Colored, or Savannah, Ga. drawn front the wheel of Number, aid at the biuus Fi.truary13.1858. T-Sm :_/ "

&U ol JTiui* ;H,and a 8j>ee rttruit of Inibr.'iJeiies] May 30, 17. 22 i lime a Prir.e i* drawn rrr>m tie! other whetl. The i v ._. S

t TO STAKE TED LADIES Kid: Gloves, Childicu Talmas, I Number and Prize drawn out ar? opened anti exhibit i 850.000S000 Cash !

It ."cciaary! .lUcd. It will, in a short time, bring on thc Notice.Fi Lace; lljiijlks,
znteiiJy, jitnuJ with rigu1arit.Lc1i J. MEGIXNH3. Motets; the Prize being placed a
[mule price One iKtUar,bears the G crnraent fctaninof March 13. K 53. 1101Groceries f"I"MIK. Fotnth Course of Lectures in this Institution drawn. This operation is repeated until all the Pi i- j 5,000 Leca Gouty.Bond* I
will comilleitce on the first Monday in May
Great LnU.n, to prevent counteifeile. i FLORIDA! R. R. OFFb.'i.1'LIcAM j next- and continue four Months. zes ore drawn our. j HE UNDERSIGN EOT makes theMIrring'propositions .'

CAUTION.Tiicse ) March 27, IS! S. J JFERFbRJliXCES f Arix'mifiil'si> Pri-ci.; -Tlie two preceding and j _1_ to his friends and customers;tix: >
I'dJs fcUouid iiotVe taken bj fomaleb Junnj the Crst5irce F A C U L T Y : the two bucceeii'.ng Numbers to tho- drawing the
and after the fit day of June next,, the rates First-He will receive Cah in paymerf"fcr m3J
imjiiUj- oU'rcgnuey. as tli'>y ere sure to bring on ilis- ON of I fi tight over the Fluriua Rauii<*ud will be in j r N T R L GEl VEED : II. \Y. R.IOWN, M. r) Prof, of Anatomy. I firtt T Prizes will be entitled to the 23 Appro.\ima- | amounts due him on notes, bonds or open accosofiC

carrisge !ut nt ti-j tncr Lime they are rale.Iu creased. A -1J. LOLL, &nj't.Apiil JOHN AY. JONFS M. L)., Prof of Principles and I'ruc tiou Prizes. For example : if Ticket 'I4). 11250 Secondly-In the absence ef Ca A, be will rteeire

ail eai-fIOfCrVOfl rnd p.nal Aff' f'tfenF. Pnin In iLeEtcl ". 1E5S. 14-S\/ BRnU'N, Crushed! and Clarified Sugnr, Lice df Medicine.Y. draws the 0/00) Prize, those Tickets jiumbered Cotton in payment fur all bonds, notes or, open 'sc*

KU-J Limbs Fatigue ou night exc-rtion. IVlpItatiun nf .J.) WESTMOEEI, M. D., Prof of Principles and 11243, 11210. I 1251, 11252. will each be entitled to counts, at its highest market price. !

the !Ieri. Jlys-enos sh1 'Wliites, these I'iilawill affet a At a Meeting Superior chewing and smoking Tobacco, Piactice of Surgery. '400. If Ticket No. 550 draw the 30,000 Prize, Thirdly-ID the absence of Cash and Cotton to

tur when all oilier tnoons have fnilt ,nn4 ttltbonjrh a powerful liice, Laru, Tilos. S. POWELL, M. D.. Prof of Obstetrics and DH those Ticket numbered 54S, 549, 651, 552, will each will receive to the amount of fSjOUO Leon County

remedy,An not contain iron,calomel antimony, or anything O IF the B.'ard (if Directors rf the TuKuha>sce Railroad Lamp situ! Li'i.-eeil Oil, ea-Hs (Women and Children.AiESANDEr. be entitled to :;.CO, anti so ca aceordii'g to the above Bonds .t their market value, in payment of BoOM,

hurtful to tic! constitution. Cnmj'my} ) on the 17th Match, "tie) follow Herrings in lialf) U>ls., MT.ANS, M. D., Prof of Chemi-try and scheme, I notes and ncconnts. --

Full drC1i4I5 accompany cacli package. Ftilc Agent for ing rfp>'luli<'n was adopted : NacIr.1 l'i"de! Pharmacy.J. The 5OOCi Pi ire* of >> 0, will be dctenuined by the He would inform hU fiiends and! customers that

the United Stair and Canada, JOB MOSES, Ketnlrr', That K. C. Cabtll, R. A. Sine, and Corn bta'tls, P. J..o.N, M. D., Prof of Physiology and General : last figure of the Number that draws the f'70,000Prize. his payments for the months of February and March

(Lat I. C. Baldwin & Co.1)* Eocbcfter, X. Y. \Y"rn. R. Pettes, be appointed a comruitUe to confer Soap, Salt. Ac, Ac. j Pat hi>1 1try.. For example, if the Number drawing the I70,0f'j I are very heavy, and he feel eoufid nt; lo coouderantioo

X. B.->10 and <>poflap* stamps enclosed to any authorized with the ]ef'ple of Newport and such others! us may For sale by G. & J. SIEOIXNIS3. i VEsTitoanAxn, M. I)., Prof of Materia Mcdica Prize ends with No. 1, then all the Tickets, i of tha great indulgence befctnfore ezteodcd;

Agent, *ill insure a bottle containing 50 Pills by return take an iu'ertft in the qm sti'iu, ou the buhject of a March 1C, 1858. 11-Ct and Medical Jurisprudence. I where the No. ends in 1, will be entitled to 20. If j they will ONE and ALL come- forward 'aad avail

mail. sale les"e, of- ether di-po'-Ilion of the CompanyVproprity T. C. II. WILSoN, M. D., Iemon'trator cf Anatomy. the No. ends with No 2, then all.the Tickets where | tlicms, lvca of the inducements offered ft*thla adrertir -

For pal
tail Apcnt for Tallahassee. J. ft. M. J'aiidaop, fcole Ac nt thtir ctuifcret.ee to a meeting of this Board to be held For the Course of Lectures. .. . .f 105 tol.> I able him to meet his liabilities. Should there bj
on Mctiday, the 1 J>th Apt ii. For APRIL 1858. Certifi-'ates of Paoliago wll I Le sold at the follow- !
for Quinsy.Februnry. M.itik-ulation.: (ouce Only). .. . 5 any (I hope roue) whose eireomataccea will BO< s-
Th<* tI1ieItUi.tti illS 1S propositions from all rates, which ia the risk : I
C, I'SS. C-lj par- -o- Dissecting Ticket, (taken once). . 10 ble them to comply! even ia part, I hcpe they will
tics iult iL-sted io the sul j.<;t matter of the foregoing Certificates Package of 10 Whole Tickets. .?80
lut.op; be made bv before the 'R. FKAXCE & Co. G.'adjatioa. . .. . . . 25 'I i come forward at once, and say i', close op their accounts
If your.Hair I* Jlarnh, 1 rcs< t'j or 17th April. Managers. 10 Half 40 and make the best in
E. C. CAJiELL, ) __ j i The increased facilities in the Departments of Au- 'I 10 Quarter 20 very arrangement thai
-j for
TJse I'rof "ft ooJ's Hair oraUve. l>ower payment hereafter that be knoir
1yourUatrbOra', !:L A.SIU.NL', tCom.V.MLPETl'LS alon.y, Surgery and Chemistry, afforded by ample 10 Eighth 10 I- what to DAVID may "
Tickets depend
will bear in mind that C.HVILSOK.
PURCHASERS j and well adapted rooms in the new College Building In Tickets *
Certificates enclose
Tae ProLWoo.l's Ila'.r Kwtoratlrc.If ) Lotteries arc drawn by State I ordering or the j Feb. 13, 1858. 7-tf
AprilS.lSoS. 14 make these branches much inure eutertaiuing than to our address for the Tickets ordered
your Hair i ii This. authority and by a State officer-aud all schemes money on receipt -
Florida Sentinel! and \Vakulia Times heretofore. of which will be forwarded
Us Trot. Woods Hair Ecstorative.If .c copy. they by first mail.
are rx.iniined and approved by him. i The Inserting ]Room, situated in the sUry Purchasers have tickets in EW
you are Bald, Beware of all Lotteries with i i1irge upper can ending any figure they GOODSE-NEW GOODS}
"SherifTs : extraordinary
Use Prof. Wood's Hair K *torstre.! Sale$ [' of the LuilJinj, and furnished with sky-light, will be may designate.
Prizes for a Miiall cost of Ticket"-all Such
I'you hara I dVJU'I lczi'Iaclie, IU MUMJAY iy MAY: XEXT.BY TliwMamptfrs of the Maryland Lotteries reswindli.s. opened and supplied with round and unoffe&siveby The List of Dnwr.. Numbers and Prizes wllj be .-- 1fR.TUt .
Use Proh "tVood's Hair EestoraUTe.If iibjeete the 15th of April. I sent to purchasers immediately after the drawings
virtue of a writ of fieri facias issue the present as large and fair schemes as can he rnadi- for Good board be had 3 "
yon hare Dandruff, by : can at tot per Teck. t--: Purchasers will please write their signature FILL AND YINTEfir
n se Prof. W001F8 hair Bestorative. of Probate of Lou county, whr-rein Ab I the price of Ticket" ; and persons purchasing them For further iuformation, address plain and give their Post Office, County ami State. ,
salom Yeoman is plantitT and the Georgia fc Florida I if they draw a Prize will certainly be paid. Iu the J. AYKSTMORELAND Dean. "
Jf yon Lave Eruption*, < invcitffB 3? Remember that every Prize u drawn and -
Use ProC Wood'g Hair icitoratiio.If Plank Road is defendant, I have levied upon und others, every djllar is 30 much thrown A'Jjnla, ttu, Mch. 20, 1S59. 12-tfn payable in full without deduction.

y u Ucsiro Gloc.'j Hair, will expose for sale iu front of the Court-house door, a'-ay. jgg" All prizes of *1,000 and under, paid immediately TRADE. .

fee Prof. Wood'* Hair EcstoratiTC.If in the city of Tallahassee, within Ifjral hours, on the Sale of Negroes. after the drawing_other prizes at the usuil ,

yon desire! to preserve the Color. first M'liiday in Miy next, the following de crbed 1Tag7ilflc iil Scheme for 17/A April. I time of thirty days. undersigned hU
is DOW receiving Stock
property, to-wit That portion of Use Prut Wood's Hair Eentorativo. STILL strictly FALL AXD WINTER GOODS '
from the Wakulia! line the 62.518 Capitol Prize. next, under decree ,- t .j
to terminus at Tallahassee n l.iy in April a ren-
I Address Orders for Tickets Certificates
you eire not to I.TOS the Color' or which wants neither in Quantity .
including the buildings at the tc-rrrunu*, Levied deied in Cluincery in Le.jn Circuit Court three likely S. SWAN Quality or. Style.
Use Prof. Wood's h1r Eestoratire.If upon & CO., Augusta Ga.
as the property of said defendant 21 'J to be sold 7HAM> C'ON&OLIIrril lOTTHRV, CLASS F, ucjjroef, bolougiu: to the Estate of Canada Summer Embracing for the Ladies,
want Article Persons
yon &Cheap ,
C2T" residing near Ala.
to tatifcfy raid writ of fi. fa. according to law. To be 'lran in r.itimorr] City, April IT, cett, deceased, before the Curt house door in Tallahassee Montgomery, or Silk Robes a Quills Side Delaia
Use Prot Wood's Hair Eestoratiye.II Atlan'u, Ga., can have their orders filled, and save .. Stripe Rob a<
j on admire the BiauttftO Luct, R. SAUNDERS, r-heiift -r 1> iJrawn IJ.nllots m f i and child and
ApriU. 1&58. 14tdsExecutors' woman one man about
young young BrocadeDayadiereSlrfpcfl! "
Uce Prof. Wood's Hair Eestoratire.) MAC..VI1ICE.NT citc':. Piuih
If admire the Bt-au'iful SCHEME. )p or 20 years ofttge. KUW1N A- HART, Camlje S. Rbtea,. ; .
you Eiuplets, czr Ticlci for sale ly E. 31. WEST
Notice. 1 raml Pri/p of. ... .f fi.r.M 5 in Prire-inl1 .. .fl Special Master ia Chancery. China Striped Glace. PrinUdMeriaoRobe '
Tse Prot Wood's Hair Erfetoratite.If 1 Prize of ... ... .. VJ..VWIi 10 i.oo I I.irih (d, l&r-j. KMds Tallaln1ss'e, PI1. Satin *, .
you wish a noanUl'u CompleTioK, A LL peisons, crdittI s, and legatee entitled to i 1 .. .... .... I2f'iiO 10 1.2M1 Plaid Poaltde Loire D Iaio K "
Use Pnif. WooFs Hair EestoraUvc. dilition or otlicrwiteinterest..d in tVe Ehtite ... . .. .l tfifl 10 J lf'K) 25" A hit of the numbers that are drawn from All! Wool D lain8.MANTLES. .

If}uu *UH a Face tree from Pimple, ofSobn, G. Anderson, ilc-eeased, late of Leon county, 1 1 . .. .... .,(v M, 1"0( '. O Maryland State Lotteries, the wheel, with the amount of the Prize that each .
1 fitil 2ie4i 4 I.) ore is entitled to, will be published after draw- .
UncTVof."Wood's Hair Eestoratire.If }1irh1.a.! are hereby notified to exhibit their claiiiisnnd 1 .. . C..IMKI W ISO every
demand within two from the '- R, PRIME & CO., 3Ianners.CAU lug, in the following papers: Augusta (Geu ) Const OF ETMLT MATZCIAL A3ID BTTUL **
yoo wish to appear Young, years date hereof, 5.'o' ()
Use Prof. Wood'B Hair Ecstoratlvc to the undersigned, or the same will be barred ; and 1J .. .. .. f4Cs1 ,;4 . .SI) itutionaiii&t. New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register, Embjoiderles .
> Tri7r-n of .. . 4.IKM fH f.l) TIoF NOTICE. Charleston Standard. Nashville Gazette, Atlanta lotflligeucer.
If yon want testimony over*helming, all persons indebted to the said deceased, are leques- .' . ... t1W',( '.M . 4nJ'Jti OF ZTXKT in. .
Utad the Circular of Prot Wood's H&ir Eestorabvc.It ted to make immediate payment 5 I' .. ... 2IMH) -. . 'JO EItSONS living at a distance should be extremely New York VTc'ekJy.Jay DpoJt, Savannah

yon want to find it, JOSEPH L. SMALLWOOD, ) 34t1 2 Prizes.... ........nTliCoining to.... .. ....fl.1T9.17S i P cautious of whom they order Lottery Tickets Morning Newc, Richcuqnd.Dispateh, New York Dispatch Valeaecne, Maltese and Honiton Laeec '

The Depot is at 114 Market sL,5t. Louis, Missouri.yfT" ROBERT IL GAMBLE, V Executors. TicVtt-g |20, Jlalvcs $10, Quarter $5, Eighth |2.W. or Certificates Packages of Tickets. The country Nov, .aod Parldiug (Miss) Clarion. BONNETS, BELTS AND TRJMJ1INO RIB.BO8.

It is also told by every popular Druggist in the city THOMAS J. PERKINS, J A I'ackneof6 Whole Tickets, ecvst . .. *.'>20 is.ifixxled.With. bogus and swindling Lotteries. E\- 14, 18i7. 4ft ly The undei signed would also call the attaation of tL

and country. April g, 1858. 14-8ni Must draw.. . . .. jnpnjinrli cry inducement is held out t<, pet persons to invest Public generally' to his large and complete Stodc af

February 6!, IsSS. 6-ly fisk-. .. . ... money iu them Capital Prizes of from |20,0iO to Florida Railroad.fT Gents and Yoaths Fall and Winter Clothing,
Notice.ALL f 10,000 head their tchemte-with tickets at fl .TIM V r -" ea*j."t ggjj-ei jja .g'TB'
Persons .leslrouq (.f ; rkk oulv, rnn JTI'laiie'
VcrmlfdKe In MIsourj.Jo5 $l00O00 Capital Prizes are offered, tickets 5. All -
persons having demands against the Estate get a Manner's. Ortiflrute ol raknci (if2\Vliolt'sfor.t'4J w.& H4TSOAPS,
P. O., OMOOt Co., Mo., July 22d, 1S55.Ft John 'lo.
  • w V; Iliihcg.. .. .... ... ... I4nlo. such, io every instance, are frauds ; and if money is a meeting of the Board of Directors of the BOOTS SHOES. *
    F. Williams deceased
    !Lnas. &xi>o BEOS., late of Jefferson < ,I,.. \\i<\ Ouarl .... .. ..... .. 70 sent to them for tickets, it is so much thrown Florida Railroad Company, helJ at.Fernandiua AND
    county, are notified to present them to the ander- do. do. 2.iigi'hi. . .. .. 33 away PLANTATION
    De'u',SrI hate used Dr. IFi i signed vithin tie time prescribed b\' law, or this no- without the ehalow of n chance of getting R prize.- on the 7th d>y November, A. D, 1857, the following GOODBJKerseysoterer -

    L&ne.Celebrated Vernrfugc,prepared by you, In my family ] tice will be plead in bar of their and all HAVANA PLAN. Beware: of all! Lotteries where the Capital Prize iiuntmally resolution was doptecl / t .J, lia jinj;.vtd Rope,
    reeovuy ;
    and I do think it the IR-W preparation now in use for exjx-U- indebted arc requested to make immediate Urgoiu comparison to the price of tickets. WHEREAS, The work on the Florida Railroad hav Saluda Stnpc iLmSfts, 'i -

    log worms froui the hniuan gvgtcm. My neighbors have also persons C. M. WILLIAMS Adn.l'r. In every"instance where large prizes are offered for a big advanced to a couJition which brings it into use Marlboroug Bt.ipea and KnsMta and bltoi f&OM, '

    c'td n witli the aoie euccew. You are at liberty to use this payment April 3. 1658. 14-8w All the'numbeiffput, in the wheel, and every Prize j small fort of tickets put it down us a certain fiaud. ful connexion with the business of the interior, and Plaids, Linseya and Ken'y. .Ieai-

    as yoa ee $L Years, &c., \\mi ID another. i iIn The Kentucky Statu Lottery for the benefit of the the practicability of a successful prosecution of it to Heavy Cotton OsnaburgbB, Virginia all Wool Lins.i,

    Wil. O. SETTLE.K HENRY ARCTEY th'n Plan, i'ltii; in fit Mfiuifi tonal lflOft <]f Khclby College"under our management, is the only the cud being reasonably demonstrated, the Company } 1 4-4 brown and bleach- Wool Hats, / '
    Jfraieiiifj, 1'rizr < tlfaien in the United States which is decided which has thus far conducted the ed
    ?" Pnrcliascr will be careful to a.'k Ili.M'LAXE'S n-ery i ont. j Lottery legally enterprise consider domestics Steel Iron and Nails, -*
    CjELtBB iTZD iTAL- Maryland Drawings all- other Lotteries that a point has been reached here Brown and bleached Sbee-
    "ELKBEATEI VriiMIFCGE, manufactured byFLEMtyoBsos. T'8 GRAND COSS0LTDATED.-Etra Class 4, by ; u they mav hope Complete aaaprtznaat(
    will stand at which to be decided the Drawings to be met bv the confidence and "
    my purport by Maryland co-operation of the tings, Hardware.CARPETING
    of Piui.rg7. !'a. All tiller Vermifuges in compari- To be drawn In ltitI&lnire, Md:, Saiturisy, April t4tb, 1.S.W,6&O .
    SOD -__ Stables, tvo miles West of the_ are 'muds. planters and merchants of the interior: -
    are wortUle Dr. M'Lane'e
    genuine Vermliuge also t
    LIB celebrated Liver I'Ugcan] city of Tallahassee, the ensuing season, to terminate Prize. 40,000 Tickets I IMORL' THE MARfLAND STATS- LOTTERIES.Purehi Tfitfffurt, JietolveJ, That tbe Secretary be directed ..
    DOW l.ehad at all
    rwpecttblcdragitorrc. the 20th day of Juno next. to invite subscriptions to the Stock of the Company Brussels, Three Ply and In raii Carpetj.
    JTone genuine viihoiittht; signature of HENRY is about 16-1 I'an.lahigb; dark l>av, well PRIZE TILl N BLANKS.bPt 'e in the Marjland State Lotteries, then upon the. same term* ns heretofore, and to take Parlor Ruga and. door Matia. -

    I<] FLEMING BliOS.POltT formed, and finely muscled, and was nusfj, by Job you nru euro of being right And in ordering in the such steps a* may affo-d" the rn'ost convenient oppor AlloftbeaboT .ta atJondB UcI .. will bupou
    land Lotteries of fair and honest
    ----- Freeman, Eeq, of this county. He was sired by the EN'I t'( IIEME.ico Nan you are sure tunity to the inhabitants of the several interested aa good tcnni aa can bt banjLt of to

    celebrated CHARLES Attcnr.Y. fornerly owned by the iE'UCTIi O.IIZZtM. I ttzr..3 r.A'Ani ; Iy vrt i.. drawings. Counties to take Stock.A in the Citv. r 'r

    ip lirnJ5. subscriber, known as one of th- purest b'ooded"' hor I l'rizef. .. .... 4 10....* ti. ) One thiug look to, and that id, if you order from true copy from ti-e! minutes. 1. 6. C. WILSON.Oct.
    .. .
    sea in the Southern of I . .. .. ]2.mio'') 4 .. any hccuaed vender 10 Baltimore, do not receive any
    his lam fine country ; ( the Arehey Stock) I .. ... .. 4.'mt$ t '. -. .. 200Li but Managers' Tickets and Managers' Printed Certifi-- GEO. W. CALL, Seo'y. 42 S.s1L.cT .
    a mare, pedigree not kui.wu. His
    get 4.1MW) cIi
    OF ST. MARKS. i is of tlio finest character-can be seen at time in 2.110') S ... eats ot Packages. Tilts Manager Certificates have In
    the any 2i'1J IU the numbers printed, and have the lithographed signature pursuance of the foregoing resolution, notice ia SCHO LT
    neighborhood show
    .AKEIVEO), for tlieinfe Ives. .. ... .. ij'aw S . lO'a. of 11. Trance L Co. h.-rel.y given that the books of the Company are permanently
    To encourage the spirit of raising Fine Siock, he ,! ( j jI' at Fernandiua where UNDERSIGNED begs feare
    rpHE to
    individual open fofcrnftW
    March SB. TJ. 8. mail seathshir4iioun, Bo<*flgh, from X. will stand No one has a right to .Bern} his mtia subscriptions
    at the low rates of FIVE and TEN DOL 1,2-tel. 6 .... l.aI bo made X citizens
    either TalUhaswa
    Orleans. Left same dav for Key Went. LARS 1,4Oi rates, and if he does it, be sure there is a fraud at the may in person or by letter, the and vicinity that- pro--
    t; 8.man fteamoWp Atlantic TaJUot, from Key west.141t .- -NO INSUBAXCE. The subscriber bits been 1ItI; I S .... COit bottou of it. R. FKAJfCE it CO., amount of the preetit adaesauaennt being 117.00 on posts toopen Select ticboelr fee tfaiMtructhTi .
    uue day for New Orleans. driven lo this necessity from the fact that too frequci.tly.inilTe8 1,0k) ( State Lotteries. each shire"of $;$1CO.OO. This company u the, of youth. Havii.g had euosiderabl*
    6 Be-low Two iicnn. l>r'ict.; supposed to be consigned to are not brought forward regularly 1(1 ... ... .. 44I 40 .. t0 Managers of31urylaud town sites of Fernandina'aud Cedar owner rience ip teaching io this city'I s.q.-
    ift.for ) aid also hope,by
    lire Feb. 20 U58. 8-3m Key DatiriogsMtl
    oaV. ,
    ill tieated 1(1 .... ... too; 4a ... 40 _
    A lt<> ton*clir. with*large crew, said to be after moss. It or thereby ruventing uuccesa when the 1(10( : 200 400 -. 202O0O 750,000 acre of laud, property wbichiad. been ap and uaemitted energy;t. merit a than of T o6S -,

    Ifly be w. horse is.by uo means ut fanli. The money iil1be I'ri.zea of$ determIned by the Caliltal I'rlze, being Attachment.DxviJ .- praised at over $2.000.000, and it is believed that a patronage. The greateat care 'wilt be takes
    CLEARED, demanded in each case, tbuuld the mare be traded, oil,! or even. further assessment of Stoat $S.CO $10.00 tbare !
    ch !T. Bark E. H. GambleTowcfl, New York. sold or otherwise disposed! of. Twenty-five cents in whole Ticket. iit, Halves $ Quarters p2.50A C. WiLou, )If In Justices Court for second will bo aufficitut to finish the road. pet progress sod morals. T -

    _- each case, will be required by the Groom. For. further r'ackn.ri6 Whole TLeI.cts, cu.t.. .. .. ,.. ..'. ;ft. v Dt'3trIetLeOflcouflty. Amount GEO. w. CALL: Sec'v.__ ,As complete sod thorvvgb ma ,
    ------- information apply to the subscriber. Alunl 04Hist 11. w.' iiicmpson. ; SWOrn io oijuu. Jan. 9, 1858. 2-tf J* wren aa can be obtained at*'any rrthjr

    umJ4tur. A. A. FISHER. Defendant and all others interested here ( the State aDdLe
    ard ,
    ....196 THE Icon aa themtn>ra2* iriU
    ,, ied M.T MonterK! on wednt'.dithe 17th ult. Col. Tallahassee, March 27. 1E6B. 13 .Mnnnpep" CertiflcoU'i' of Pucknjjes IB Wholes, whero notified of the commencement of this suit New Maps of Florida able and competent aaaiitatteounectioo w111 psnc..sd. '

    'I( 3j w&it ,i th Wthear 4IiI ags. persons wish to pay the ortv, will bo sent fir.$9tido. returnable to a Justices' Court, to be held at Tullahasso with the SoB90tw ae1Ms > a -' '
    I.4t tVwa.a nv 4&uth Carolina,j.t>ut removed to Notice to Contractors lp. 16 Halves, 4 on the.2nd Monday, the 14th day of June, A. .FVflLImD Dr "
    cotlnty with his father.,an4 family more than twenty do. Jcta a A s.citizen_..- tie WM_ ioctrpendeol and public ""TREASURY OFFICE ) do. do. 16-l.lghilui, U D., 1858, and to appear and plead to the same. C. DREW. Jacksonville, Plorida,,. wi1 be ontnmented, and th.-pp4th dJ
    -u Given undvr baud arIdseal this 17th of
    pgjrtjiarity for jifin BH TAU.AIUBBE*, March .25, 1868. J < *< my day T AR'OJl and complete with Railroads and Town bracing a connneroUHiK, .
    eyer t wlls-ja1i$
    'U ejJ, proznotd every 4eb.me WfllCn* |RBI9'HJit PROPOSALS are invited until All order3cr.Tickete the aboy March, AJD, 1858. JLJ For sale
    ymtnt tnLr.cd ajutiUe bCflflL a friend be was tinno 'QEALED 12 C5F" in splendid shifs. by enter upon the duties of the Oo fttiny Beoea. .
    r' h&ear5124 one who knew Li o'clockM., the 15th of April next, to re-paint Schemes will be faithfully and promptly filKi ,I' E.M.WtST, ftB.} McDOUGAL A HOBBY. Oa a5e and Hig>ejr Brmncfce* pf ,
    : 0Umjy could 4obt that ?foessIon required, jiew4l4ngJo.s&eJ.Aflecmnc the 'rood work (except the Excculi?* Chamber, the Address, '1'. H. HUBJJAHp t Co. -. Justice of the Peace. Feb. C, 1858. 8Blacksmitlf Term ofFivePrimiy4 Month*. .
    (or. friend j itid ed, LU Court nod the Box Balthnore Marcb 20. 1SK8. 12-Sm -
    Supreme" room of State'solce 40. id.
    u tI1'1dua1tty and decision oUa/MUr.JiU unh lui- Secretary DeJrti21L. .(.4. .t;.ii*
    : oth and manner, were so etrik- ,)with tbre coatsof paint, and to itewashtbe1 March 1858. 10-ly d The exeraaaa of.thMOND.tr .

    .-. ,; i1Mi0e P&Iips beyon1th dreleof hU Immediate outside of the brick work: nftbe, Capitol,. the, best Notice.FOUR ai Jztaq

    ;; fldMquntntarwes.coig4 flobs qnaU ofbla nater.prIcr1y.spproctate. .ths true ." pure white leal" arnlk belIed oi1 to t.e used.and, For Sale-: iIi week;; after date, I shall apply to the Hoo. Horse Shoeing apsLiLSUBSCRIBER Adr iniinton rNuire4 eja be oti dwidaoo

    ,, lustalnIng u I PIInt I t111 Ctflte? tW CT other materials to be of ifre best q-inlity, and the Probate Jeffmon oouuUr, for an or- begs lea/e-.to inform the _on t aurbert lii. W $
    er.r&ee.ad .cis,'L was.*er a kInd and hu-, work.to b ,done in the best workmanlike manner. A DWELLING HOUSE with extensive'fI der snd decree for leave to'se'l Land Warraut Na 4- citizens Tallahassee audTicffiity that HENRY Store ol .CoL1U :>'" '
    ZflUicT -
    s hi: attndln u'u lU U th peaon PTIYSI to the wants> $1J441,aad*omforthr Uclaracter Separate Prupo aJ .fcr1 the matcrinli will be: reeeJTed 11 ground, \\h Tallahassee. For particu.kIari 63.584 for WO acres granted and uaued to Samaif A" -'I1ICK3 will carry on the -, {t ?. Di OLATTOffJ -

    loweyer nod painters are requested to exhibit'speci and terms, apply to and John D. minor children of *
    Y' th the true o the Bogeman Bogeman, BLACKSMITH 1Yee.5s.:8'7.!: -
    IQeitred seen to th EmInenzJybk men* of Walnut, Oak, Stoofc, and Other paint colours.C. .-, 'I D. P. IJOGUE.Tallabasaee David Bogeman,.deceased'to be.aold fur di tribution.- BUSINESS ,

    ,' 'd'meeuc eherALI* ii Is4ssd1 suI affectionate in nAosrIN'Treuurer.: Karcb 18, 1858. lltf CHRISTOPHER F., REICHERT,.Guar'o. 'ia all its rnrions brarohra; and Is prepared to execate flA ( E1vb.

    3 1&t Itr tA: .rvbnd b*tcnpez noone btsfsmtly could wftio enoj) tb>feuug prirfpoJiu March 27, 1 S. J 8-3t ,[Sent copy Jt March oiss; : 12-4w all orders with, neatness and dupatchl His work .. .: -..-

    k 4 bce 'u16.eg t spot of 'es22h, .Notice. will be warranted t ..LSIXrpOLtha "
    .th&t we.ow 'N tioe: Notice. Blacksmith ,her ot elsewhere, nod wiI( guarajat** 'rTBscRTDz.B32Ajug; jscjii
    *That vpoi fthnf IHJIIUQ.$110114J1Y0 kUS Ii4541e4 after data, shall presen(.0,7, final : satisfaction fe oYCfy 4 JOlt : (TOnI thetIOf 4beeC1L Unit.& .

    Mbtotd. l1.brothe.r deh he7 hive lost *deyo T OST.. r mklakl, ft KOTE-giTeji bj Oeotj E., ) voucher to the.IIunJudgeviPro. months after date, 1 shall present my final -HOBS15 SHOEING, Rcpau-Jng'an Ironing S&ates.five superior -- .'
    antb ? SIX
    .LJ.Deiiiii payabLe to JMiri Evawpr bearf9rf We'of Jefferson county a* adminiatratrix of the and -voucher administrator of the e '.- S.- .: .
    ** V"4.* .ttusrd1asbip c(. ea- na estate r( )) all Vehicles, plantation w zk, and all'oth- Ri.NOs:
    o I.JThldnce, see;jU4fi *t** icu4. ISO, dated January or-FebfuBryj 186T.*Tl rorewam late JFntBciii-B.StewHrt, lute of said county, le- Daneou Tkmtwright deceased, to the Hoo. er branches appertaining to hIs buinesi i b I ,
    '5 eCafl bartbjy frled 8roirt-trnd for aaiJ note Lain. ceased "and*aft for *iJif from of various a'ja and price*. PevabisuI.1!
    nlTat a charge enid ,administration Judge of Probte of Leon county and ask for a di will receive careful and
    4 .. besed.ad.orrowi1 L( mtly.-D. the proper owner. f 0. W.-o61t : ; ELSIE iJTEWAliT, Adtutr'x. chargc. 15. J. R. BOOTWRIGHT, Admfr. R. H. BERRY supply thvaitelros. will please call at i.

    ? MIecabUkie, March 2'', M,) 1S&K 15$ 51 March 20, 18M. 12-Cm Muich.'JO, 1858. 12 -6m I'trb. ISiS. 7 .IULESJiA.WkCO.
    Tallahauecr Jan. SO, & 1tf

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    * ..JIIeritlilmv& Jonr&al.. NEW 'QO.O: .S. I, P.. B.' BKOKAWS.UfKlf ,C&UtLGUOP. -WlLLAWPbflB5L if.rat. -'

    ' f i'ji; T T't i :iiDs&t.t: TAUIs, fTOB to aermpe ...-,kfcfcroth. *' eik 11m ....,':.. -, 44I i'm: j

    1 c t1S..JnTKE; JOHN -3EATOEIOIIS.., "" TALLAHASSEE, FLOfclDA. JL .<5fTiltbMnW fc Kth *. ;fee has .'MAKVi-.i'tTrixa P 'Tt&fto*t** BIllET i : ..

    netorwO in. opened fciitiaje shop In this. ptofct johnog AMP n.TAI n'lOl1IDICtWW
    .i t MERCHANT TAILOR ItonDxAtsit' -Wak*. 'WflOLWLa .tII
    : : 1&
    'peratlDltti. @lTBEftO .friend,and tbe. rokaw's titer csy'- fatsiovc 1J F..c: LIWWAll. J.uA5: 1) pmityDyisii .$ IL.f._ rtlf.x.
    Dealer in Belly. Made .dotbinir and he has rebuilt his S snu. W.GI.Ss
    .S ADvERrt&cL band
    fOF m J. L. Oroawii.
    !lang. Brick Stables at the old in 1c 1y eemap.d J Yaniibu
    stand and is 10 0 Fatty M
    . Geatlemen's Famishing t .cds now where b.i ia io do all ainda of wort in his T-
    t *q.e7ViCAA. I-leeftritineerUoot $1 00 prepared to accommodate bit friends and customers prepared QcrtdiQ0.rter" aDd Glass W. p.tnat.r '
    caeh'tnVt'i rjnrnt *' 50I p.--- He also baa attached tn hi SUbles line at the shortest notice add oo the moat dPLSNDlD Cooklrg. farlor Fine Tbotl
    S good Blacksmith Mat Soaps,Yja. Pure WbTa ., u.I Bri.
    PrcI!Ii1D1ud I Bfilktte Card Inserted At$10 per I am now receiving aty Fall and tftftftr tup Shop where he will have Lave d<)neall kind.of REASONABLE TERMS, OA aDd Wood Store,trimmed with a ataeaa aDd flair r& for.iirioal. .

    , -. 1- C'.uAtr.l ply of Cloths, Cauimeret, fasting*; fa., oj Plantation work Horse shoeing,and Carriagework in loch as carriage painting and trimming; raakig new durability,it reduced prices. Paint Bnitsite; .
    ; i.bik ld with the camber of
    _. tlw very beat manner and with prbmptoet'SDdditpateh boggles and wagons,anJ all kinds of repairing. Having Oat Door Work. Oarden Seeds J'I.oe BaYUa Iqan
    1s'wiU be itinaed until forbid and charged Every Color Style and Quality .Jt
    NC'I ftn& f5. 1L 44 procured a first rate Roofing.Ornamental Front Heads Gatie ng.Capper They hare n retired a Zezp e.41.>4

    Xknifieaies oT publication of Ipjral or estate which J am prepared to make tip in thk MOlt Carriage Painter and Tritnmer, and Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead.Sheet 'dt svjplvofsieryYn.1etyof Planters aDd artiste tsuafly 1ft' .

    AW dot fwgireo uutil the advertising is fathumaUc style, on short notice Carriages, Buggies; abd. Harness, from New- York the undersigned !rJ prepared to doth Zinc Lead Pipes Patent Cistern Pump Shop work at tL ee\&Ltfta'hmetJt a fun PbYI supply M will 111'1)' t.CI

    : AND For Sale by P. Ji.Ii .ka". kind! of work as well and ia the latest style as it of every Tautly done at abort notke. ded. and CD the axst liberal Urn4 oftT"1tLi8c .
    : :::' Subscriber has just received a call be done at the North. City and_ Country merchants Orders from
    ; -ALSO- :THE All those who have this kind of work to do, and tlOD &5S3S5SSS&
    .j'tACX'SMITHINGI! large supply of Carriages Are respectfully invited to ghe ma a call befote par I guaranteed
    .5 A LAXOE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF Buggies, and Harness,which he offers wish it done in manner that will not fail to give chasing elsewhere. t.. Physician's prescriptkaftjrennyee Mwaad d.

    i 0 READ V-MADE CLOTHING for sale on the most reasonable lehns. satisfaction, wctld do well to call oaWM.. KUHNS. 1r N.B. 411 articles mannfactced from the tery I Also Epptnjr's eomjwcad Hold ., .w '

    is hereby pvcn that Notember 18, 1864. 46 ', best material and warranttd durable. No otter arti Jaa 1, 11111. -

    . | X1TBu o Busi-j" Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear, MILES NASH & CO. May i, 61 II Is will b* offered for sale. -- *S
    1NOTICE continued .. hereto- inch as Cloaks.Tahnaai Coals,VwU, Pants&c. Ac, October 20, 18(5. 4S Cod LITer OIL .

    of D.C. Witsow, in the wbich will be disposed of at low prices. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. Piano Fortes.lTE FRESH A PURS of UM wktrmUd "Bnaj- n
    of Also a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts Collars, TUST received from New Wines, Syrbp3 &tt Clark A A -
    fetal, style and firm York per bark R.H.Gamtl are prepared to furnish Piano &aabtoca'
    UnderebiH&.Cratatft,Slacks Hosiery, Ac, Ac blea general assortment of article. in our line 1u11 Fortes of the best quality 7.ruieby 1M&LITZLy&Iri18,186&
    Co very OtArd
    Fitts & (\LD Braady, bparkhicgtidar1'J S
    .5 E. B.. Those desiring k Iborottgh oat-fit will consult th irottb slich as Oils of albjojt every kind, Burning Fluio, tl x the most Ift&ral terms. Old Old Port 14Notice.
    upon Port Juice
    interests tne call ail the above
    .. S Grateful for tbe naifonage heretofore extended them : bare been by giving selected with a as and with articles White Lead Zinc and other paints, Window Gla s of They are second to none in any country either as Madeira Brandy Chenie*, -

    . they aN now btU prepared and determined to special iew to tbeiradaptatioH great to this care market. a best quality, Putty. Brushes Potash Soda Sparkling to qua'llly or price. Sherry, Sardines, .
    S GelatiOALondon Mustard, French Brandy best, InstrumentwSll be warranted.
    (very )
    Every Gelatine Preserved Qnfaeee
    sHafi NO FAIRS October 18, 1856. ly-42 Sparkling ,
    medicinal purposes, Spices. Pepper. Lemon Syrup MItES liMn A CO. Flavoring Eftractt.U Pears SLTHoctLefrcmtiwfirstpabncttioaof this .
    '.; Ma their psrt to vccptnmodite all _b. may favor Inks Quinine. Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Buchu, lo'ebruuy23,185B. 8 Yeast Powdefi TamariWl.SpanJ.h the Xa.
    ? them with their patronage, NEW STORE-KEW GOODI.I' A
    . SUCH AS Medicines. We keep none but the very best and 7j0QO Havana Segars Corn Starch, ., t,. will present his final account and roM&trt ssid
    hope to merit your patronage. administrator and ask for discharjre.
    . Hyrte Shoeing, Ironing and Re- WEBER & DAHHHEIMEB, MILES NASH, A CO. tbe following favorite brands now in Store Worcestershire Saoee, Salad OU. DA.NIELD.STUIWES. .dmt'.
    pairing Carriage and Bug March 29, 1856 18IRON OF and for sale by AMES & LIVELY. English Mustard Capers, Jsa. ',1868.em
    . O' MERCHANT TAILORS America Claret, Cocoa.
    4000 Xouns ,
    ..S gie:, Plantation vqrk of AKUtLA WORKS 3100 Ho Napier> AMES LIVELY. Insolvent '
    . AiD DZALEKS IX 5 1861. Estate Notice
    eiery d&cfiption, 000 El Mundae Neva Loadrea January ,
    ; 2KI1 Iron and repairing tame, Ironing Wagons READ Y-MADE CLOTHING :Now I ort F a. 8000 Empress Eugenia L STATE OF FLORIDA. )

    : and Carts, A l'l D This Establishment is Now Under Fall Blast. 6000 La sletae, Liverv and Sale Stable. JEFFERSON COUNTY f

    - fjj Ita{ faet every other dncriptinn c.f work made of GENTlEMENS' FURNISHING GOODS. 5-5------ -...- 40nO Old Figafo, >HB undersigned gives uoJL JOHN D. RE1CHERT adomustraior of tie estaU
    and Steel all of which we ..nu and pledyeorselves CCOO Mori Mum. Burgdorfl: late of Jefferson .
    Ires tice that he has .
    the death of Mr.Pond Mr. GEO. 2. Kio par:
    .4 La FnvouiJta. deceased has
    c 10000 filed in
    the Probate
    execute at the notice. SINCE office of JeffrrtrB
    to _ chased tbe Livery Stable ofL
    stnr FlTtS A CO. THE SUBSCRIBERS are now Orning. at ( charge; all communications, therefore 5000 AndfsJes Riras William H. NewEorn,in Tallahassee,together with tbe I county a written suggestion that be believes tN.
    Feb.17. ISIS. *-ly Store next to Messrs. G.& 11 relative to work. nin, a well selected Slock of Fall and Winter All work coming under the head of this business 7000 El D! Orion to the b. inesa all its bracehe on notice is hereby given to all prsons having claims
    prepared on in ,
    Goods, suitable fur will be promptly, mechanically; and neatly executed: 12000 Regalia Londres and carry the with accommodations ngaint said estate to appear and file l the same witk
    promises public good
    GEXTLEUEXS' WEAR, at ns moderate a charge as price of labor, tc, will 2000 Eleccion.Oct. in his line on reasonable terms. the Judge of Probate, of said connty on orbtCori
    justify. 11. 1857. 4t RICHARD SAUNDERS. the third day of May next when there will be a
    sonsliting in part of French and English! Clotnt, CasMinerrs This Ectablu-hsient is not kept up for the purpose rata distribution of the funds belonging to isidrtuiea.Torpt pre-

    and veatingo of the late*? stle and best qual. of making money, (arrange to say.) as dear bought DENTISTRY.DR. Stp.6,1856, S6 the credfturr thereof; at *LJch,tim Unsaid
    I ity. which they are prepared to make up to order ina experience has dem\n tr..teJ to me, it cannot be donn -- -- Ji>bn D.Reichert will apply lor bis final diseaarn

    j workman-like azd faslrouable: manner, and on RXAS05AKLX in this region nt this branch of business-but for tbe T. J. CUR LEE, Madison Circuit Court.Cannon from the administration of said estate.

    TECHS. Also, a gwd aisC'rtraent of benefit of the unfortunate who happen to have Engines H. THOMAS J. CHASE. Judge tf Probate
    Shipp. Administrator of
    and such like, to repair.! I \ TILL continue in future, the prac- _ Oct.XI. 1857. 44-6m
    Cannon H. dec'd.
    EEADY-MADE CLOTHING Y> Sbipp Comp't.,
    j tice DENTISTRY, in South _____
    Th Pattern*, Block, Machinery, Tool*, d'c., bcitiy vi, -
    and Middle and East. Florida
    consisting of Fine Black and Colored Clnth Frock I i
    in Order, and Good (onJitionJc.b
    Large Reddin C. Clarissa Win- Kotice.SIX
    He (has had several practical experience in the .
    Coats, Fancy Cassimere, Business Coats, Black and Lc; Turned On' with I years I II
    ; con William Smith and \ In
    Molsey, Cbaacsry.
    . the last three of which has been in those gate
    Cobred Raglans and Orei Coats, Black and Fancy .'tnliKss and Jjinpatfh profession ifonlbs after date the ondmlgaed tdoun
    I his wife, and their Descendants.Britton .
    sections of work i il of the incut beautiful -
    Doeskin and Cassimere Pant, Figured Grenadine I cL:1.racter of the Estate of John Ingrain deceased
    Shafting, riillief Plun.'ier Boxes, Hangings for King and Elizabeth his
    and durable and satisfaction is I
    and Fancy Silk and Caesimere Vests. I guaranteed late of Gadsden will his final
    county present aecooat
    Shar Water and Sit wife nod their Descendants De
    :ingl. Spur Gearing am Pipe, in instance. ;
    every t to the JUdge of Probate of sajd sad
    C..-ks Cocks Grntc Bars Plow fendnnt county, ask I*
    Ames & LfeW -ALSO- Stop Gauge Castings All communications sent to Monticello. Fla, will be discharged. LEWIS D.JONES Admt'r.
    Sugar Reliefs, Ci'cuUr aol 1 Upriir'it' Saw Mill and attention to the paha'faction of tbe Court '
    receive as soon as previous engagements appearing by
    HAVE joSt received tLe following. Tirgeand well] A good assortment of black and fancy eilk cravats Grist Mill Geafbg Circular and Upright Saws.
    assortment of BRUSHES which are and ties, shirts merino, sJk.and cotton under shirts, te, Generally kept on KartH, or ot r'p ,on Sort; -.-.. are residents of the State of' Florida but m
    .Lncllor sale on as reasonable terms as can be afforded collars, Bocks. gloVes, Ac. Notice. In Fact Here ir the Place fur all that Want I that the said Reddin C. Sbinp resides in the Staie

    ia any Southern Market, viz: The subscribers are new beginners and not entire- Work in tbs; Line Done up Kigbi and with Dispatch. REFERENCES : of Georgia. the said Clarissa Wingate, in tbe Stateof Insolvent Estate Notice. .
    Famt Brush, ground from 0 to 000060 ly Unknown to tbe community, and tl.ey pledge Having some halt a dozen Engines myeelfcommtout.
    Gov. :1. S. TEEBT, Florida. North Carolina, and that the residency of the said persons having claims against tin estate of
    da do do Copperlound (rOl:1 No. 1 to 6, themselves to give satisfaction to all who favor caused tbe Establishment to be erected ALL
    . may ruuciug, fox. J. L. SEWA&D ) William and MoUey Smith. and their M. Williams. late.f Leoa deceased
    county >
    White Wa h Brnrbee nf all! tradeS and sizes; them with their patronage.J. the fame cause must keep it up. Therefore you can Box.: P. E. Lou, }Tbomasvilje. Ga.lox. and Britton and Elizabeth King, and their cend"Dta'l are hereby notified to appear and 61. the
    Window do Hor.e doSbee WEBER always rely on hating work dune at the dante unknown to the
    kiwis. "1 are Complainant same with the Judge< of Probate of Leon coaoty oa
    ia and with *
    do .
    Brushes pairs top L. DANNHEIMER. WAKULLA IRON WORKS.But Rrt. 3 i cording to the bent information he can obtain they I or before the fiftb:dxy of July,18W fur payment pro
    Sea Root Bath Sept. 1&. 1857. 89-tf I' H6z.J.O.Mcrixzl l l, jw resides (if any of them are Irving) in some of the nato, the executor of s&I J estate having filed a wriUM
    dodo Velvet do aa I'!w. *'a.
    B. P P&PE, f Siulh Western States. suggestion cilIa insolvency.
    Horse Hair Flesh do curved and plain Here Comes the Next Important Thing. GEX. M. WHIT SSIITD, Alligator FIH It is on motion ordered that the Defendants appear D. W. GWYn.J ,

    Tooth.Iofallf..do Hair and Kail Brushes do in great variety, A. B. CLARKE PAY PAY PAY April 25, '57. 17 nnd answer the Complainant's Bill, otherwise, of ProkS&
    the said bill s'lall' be fallen pro-comesao. It is further Jan. '. 1858 -m
    Horse do Flo-h Gloves' now receiving his Fall and Winter Stock ef You will send to New York, Philadelphia! and Baltimore GREAT SALE OF I oidered. that a copy of fbi order be published _

    Wire bound Stencil Brutbrs. IS Goods, suitable fortJ.IEN and have work done, without fur a moment I weekly for four modus in the Tallahassee Floridian Notice.

    d1IJ4 dor ewkhsf do. dreaming of credit, but here at home, where there are Scli661 8 Seminary Lands. t Journal. Done and ordereclat Clambers,this 12th .

    bound Roof doS WlEllft! no Banks or Banking facilities, or surplus capital you I day of December A. D, 1857. SIX Months after date I shall as exeeutrix .f tie
    Handle 3er ib doS want I, 2, 3. 4 and 5 years credit. and then require is hereby given, that in pursuance of J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. Benjamin Johnson lale of Jeffeneej
    Poooah and Lackering do consisting in part of French and English Clotii,Cassi-' one to ride from 50 to 500 miles for pay, and probably NOTICE will offer for sale at poblio auction, all the Dec.S 19, 1857. 61-4m county Florida. deceased render cy final accounts,'

    Guilders tips and Graining Combs, mires and Vesting of all colors, end of the bestqual ultimately expend from 10 to 25 per cent of SEM/yARY LA NDS. and apply to the Honorable Thomas J.CLue,Judge
    S Camel's Hair and Badgers Blenders, ity. which he is prepared to manufacture to order on amount in collecting I Is this tight I Is this enrour- In the Circuit Court of the Middle Orckit of of Probate,of the Court of Probate .f laid eoeoty
    do do Pencils, the mutt reasonable terms and in the must I Home Imlu&r i If be -AND ALSO ALL TItE- .
    aging } so, can you surprUed Florida. for a discharge from further admiru trstwo (t&eestate. aeJ.f
    Shaving Brusliei-Badger,BufLJo and Bristls, FASHIONABLE MANNER that it does not l1iivAlfOngemtnts! 2 SECTIONS SARAH A.JOHKS02T.
    SiXTEENTh Enoch H. Forbes and his wife
    : ,
    Hat do must he made for payment before I 1Ionlieelio.; NCrY' 7.1867. 45- m
    Together with a large lot of Paints and Painters Ma Together with a general assortment of delivery of v-f.rk. through some House ia this place lcd lamU pelected to s.ippiy (!t'fcio r-iiei therein: lying san Catharine Forbes, T I

    terials.Nor. St. Mc.-ks, or T"Uabgsec-tbat isif enough from nnd being in the Counties hereinafter cnmed at t''. SU'j Notice.
    CLOTHING William C.Saundcs.Executor
    14. 1857. 47 I i
    bomtf': the times herein specified. Th sue of tl.e lanc'3 lying -
    that will compare favorably with any stock of Clothing You ttay be good but we cannot run after our in each county will take place before the door r>/ E-ther B. Ross, Executrix,of In Leon county SIX Month after date, we the undersigned ad-
    No. 5u2. I ever exhibited for sale in this city. consisting of hard earnings n 1'rs: Department. Besides when I the Court-S 'i!c, in which they respectively: lie. The last Will! and Testament rf In Chan- Jltra"u of the Estate of .7.bit Smith. do-,
    line Black and Cloth and Frock seph Miller deieawd. Will'ani ey.c ceased late of Gadsdrn will! fiasl
    jColorcd Coats Labor is credited out parties try hard to make themselves i sale will commence ,. f c 'I1t.r. present our
    I Fancy Cassmiere and Beaver Frock ai d Business believe it is nut half done because the owe I Sannrl"rt James Wilier. Jo- I aCeorts and voocbrn to the lion.Jodge .t Protmtiijnt
    MiiJistm the 12M I ;
    BY TIlE PRESIDENT cot, fur it. S In County. on Monday of il'rJl1h'r.. Daniel :: county and ask to be dicharzriL .

    Black an-1] colored Cotb; Beaver and Pilot Over. DANIEL LADD. April next ; Thomas Clark,and his wife, Y'j THOMAS R SMITH, t

    OF THE UNITED STATES. Sack SnrtiinU, New For July 11, 1857. 28 In Columbia County on Monday the IQth nf tha C. Clark, and John Miller. JOHN H.SM1TH. f A'n.Qm .
    Raglan's: Black and Fancy Doeskin and Cassimere April nut ; IT appearing to the satisfaction of ihe Court by affidavit N"v. 2 1. 857. 474mNotice.
    -- made and filed in this that Wm.C. .
    Pacts, cause
    I N pursuance of In' I. JAMES BUCHANAN Best Grenjuline Barathea, Satin and Cloth VesU, Mantillas;Cloaks, &. In Alachua County on Monday the 26th of Saunders, James Miller, Joseph Miller DmM .

    President of the United Set of America do Fancy Velvet, Cassimtre, Sk:: and Cashmere do., _PALM lined and unlined! April next ; McCauley and John Miller Defendant, i ii the Bill;
    hereby declare a*d make knwn that public a'es White Silk do i _1. do l with Hoods, In Levy County, on Thursday the 29M of filed ft tie above efatfd afle, reside beyond the jurisuiction THE nnfTersigned six months after daf.. will pn-

    will be held at tbe undermentioned! land ufnce.in the Gl'I.'Shawl-, Drewing Rob!.. Fine Shirts, Bilk: Printed Plush do April next ; of this Court and iwyo d the limits of the to Hon.:"C?fi of Probate of Len County
    State of Alabama at the period hertiuattcr designated Cotton and Merino Undershirts, the 3d Stale of Flo:da, but within the United Statm: It is their final accounts of the estate of Alfred! M.Gatlia
    In Marion
    ]>a< Cloaks, County, on Monday of May
    to-wit: Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. Zo'iave que Wrappers, therefore ordered. U.nt said Defendants, William C. deceased and eik for a discharge (rom tLe iIrir'tration *-

    At the land (Cce at Elba.commencing on Monday, next ; I Snu:dcrs, James Miller, Joseph Milhr Daniel Me. of said estate.
    the ath day of April next for the ciepcsal of the pub- -.ALSO- Moire Rich Velv-t and Cloth Cloaks do In Sumpter Covnty,,pn Thursday the tlh of Caulcy, nnd John Miller appear: and answer raid SARAH A. E1 OY. Zxrr.TURBUTT { .

    be within the folio named Bill o"n or before the first nut. P.. BETTCN Ext'r.in .
    lands situ&ted *ing town. May next ; Monday in May 1853
    A general assortment of Fancy and Black! Silk and Stble-BI8C! and (\Sable Fur Setta .
    abit", viz: Satin Stocks, Ties and Cravats, Collars, colored and Children's Fur Tippets: and Cloaks? In Hfrnando County, on Monday the 10th of otherwise the Complaumnts' Bill shall be taken as 1857. right 3iM5mNotice. of his .i14Bert.78.
    .ortA cftkt bait line end West of tb Tallahoutt white Kid and Silk Gloves Buck and Lisle Thread BUTLER & DENHAM. May next ; confessed against them. Provided That a copy of
    this order be in in
    published a printed
    Meridian. do. Ladies Gauntlets Linen Cambric and Octl7, 1857. 42 newspaper
    superior In HUlsboro' County, on Saturday the 15th Tallahassee. Florida once a week for four months
    Fractional township 7, cf ranges 8,9, 10, 11, 12, Silk Handkerchief, Erown and Fancy Cotton, Lisle .
    of May next preceding the said Rule Day in May A. D. 1853.
    li. a, 15, H, and 17. Thrnd and Marino i Hose, &e. kc. CALL AND Look at This !I' In Manatee' ; Ttes&cty the 10th of Ordered at Chambers, this 2Jth day of December, SIX Months after date I shall presert my final as-
    County on
    Fractional town bip t, of ranges 18, 19,20, fl, 22, BUY- A. D. 1 857. J. W AYLE:3'EAZER nts and vouchers to the Hon. Jndce of Pr*.
    U, 24. aud 25.Fractional October 18, 1856. 42 THoSE who have not supplied them- May next. D. S. WALKER Jan., 2 1858. l-4m Judge. bate Jefferson county as administrator with tH

    sections 25, 26. 27, 28, and 80 of fractional with stock for the present year, Register, Jyc. Will annexed of the Estate of Vary Saltonstall late,

    township &. of range 26. / Congress .Water. would do well to wait and see rttif lot before .._ Jan. 18, 1858. S-18t FULTON FOUNDRY of said county deceased and ask for a diseharft *
    Fractional *ctions 26. 28, and 80, of tractional purchasing elsewhere. We have several fine said administration.
    6,of 27. FRESH received and ( isle par of horses, well broke and also several A No. 1 JOSHUA &dmt'r Ic.
    towntbip range A supply,just or by From New York Ta1.1.ahassee" F1.a.'l"HE TAYLOR. ,
    Fractional section 26. and the east i of fractional AMES & LIVELY single harness horses, which we will offer for sale on UNDERSIGNED beg I leave inform the N.y. 7, 1857. -m
    teetion 28.of fractional township 6. of rang. 28. Sept.19. 1857. 88 the most reasonable term PER BRIG REMINGTON.
    that they have associated themselves ia
    S Weather wa will be in Tallahassee
    permitting. on
    law the of schools
    Lands appropilated by or u.e Onions, business, under the name and style of Notice.SIX .
    military and other purpoeeff, win be cicluded from Rice, Rice. or about the 18th or 20th intt. CRUSHED Sugar,
    the sale. HILL HILLS. Rio Coffee Cardy, Baya & Co., Months after date, I shall M executor of the'

    The'offering of the above lands will be commenced 30 TIERCES for sale to arrive RICE,per Henry 2! half Nutt tie from. do.Char Jan. 16, 1858. BtfGUNSMITH Bee Powdered Hive Java Starch" for the purpose of following the trade Founders and of Charles T.J. Singeltoi late of Jefferson
    Syrup ,
    eo tbe Hay appointed, and will proceed in tbe order leston. McNAUGHT ORMOND & CO. Machinist,and are prepared to execute all kinds of county Florida, deceased render my final a--
    advertised until tbe whole shall Dried Apples Soap, counts and apply to the Hon.Judge of Probate.of
    ia which they are Dee. 19, If57. 51Plows. work appertaining to this business. Steam Engines
    have been offered and the sales thus closed; but the S SHOP. A Rice, Pepper, furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction. said county, for a discharge from further admiiHsfra-
    White Beans,
    bit shall not be kept opta longer than two teed: Market Beef I Sugar Mills and Castings of all kinds made with Lion of said estate.
    drfno'jjrhrafc ttV7 of any cf tbe land. will be ad- THE undersigned begs leave to inform tb.citizens Fulton Saleralis Sweet Alspice Oil. neatness and dispatch. Plans and estimates furnishedof CHARLES. T.J.SING ELTON.

    nit'&d: until abt the expiration of the two weeks. A FINE LOT, various sizes, this place an i surrounding country that he Candles all kinds of Machinery and Engineering. Theyare Qualified dr.NOT. .

    .Given under my band, .t the city of Washingtion, J\: fir sale bvJcNAUGH'r. has opened a number one Pot Soda.Ash, Sperm Adamantine Candles, also sole agents for Hoard & Sons Steam Enginesfor 2 8, 1857. 48-6m

    this 2ttb day of December. A. D, 1857. ORMOND & CO., a VNSMITII SHOP, Maocaroni, Green Peas Ginning Cotton Grinding and Rawing1! and Har
    JAMES BUCHANAN. Jan. 23, 1888. 4 rison's Grist Mills fur steam or horse Notice.ALL
    power. .
    the President: and that he is now prepared: to do nil kind of %ork Mace Asparagus,
    THOS. A. HENDRICKS. belonging to bit line of business in the best nnd moat Pickles anorfed. TomatoeA. WILLIAM i persons having d-mands against the estate er'
    Lochfines.HALF A. I
    Commissioner of tbe General Land Office. workmanlike manner. All work dune at his shop Yeast Powder Current Jell/:,- JOHN CARDY. I II Ellis deceased late Jefferson county

    BBLS. Lochfine Herrings,just landed warranted. Matches, Lobsters. May SO,'57. *2-ly I will take notice that they mOlt present them t.,
    lancE TO PRE-LMPTIOy CLAIMAXTS. 2 0 and for sale, price $10 half barrel fS Call and give /dm a iricl IAUGUSTUS Jg* ALSO- the undersigned duly authenticated withTa the time

    McNAUGHT, ORMOND A CO. UKOWN. [FA general assortment of Teas prescribed by law,or this not Ot will. be plead 1 ia
    Every person-entitled to the rigbt of preemptionto Dec. 19; 1867. 61 Shop next door to J. & G. Zuker's, Harness Winter Supplies. bar of their recovery ; and all person indebted !.*
    of th''lntyJs-within the tuwnahips and of ALSOAn -
    any parts SIlO P.- STOCK and said estate are hereby notified tc make immediate
    for in-
    bi above enumerated i i. to establish complete open
    tow rt-quired extensive assortment of assorted CANDY.For OUR
    NEWBOOK.JUSTRECEIVEDI 7 Tallahassee, D c.19. 1857. 51-Gm and comprises as usual a good selection payment to the under uroed.
    and .
    the aame to tbe saii (actiou f.e the register receiver sale by R. 1L BERRY. CHARLES T.TAYLOR JL&nft.Feb. .
    of the lan-1 office at Elba and make payment 26 lRS1. S9
    Sept .
    AfiJ& -Groceries, Hardware. Hollow-ware Tin-ware, Sad .SO.1858. 8-8v
    therefor at toon a*fructtcable after rttvng this notice GARDEN SEEDS -

    and.before the day appointed for the or.nimenceSBeut NEW BOOKS & NOVELS 5 5DORE dlery, Crockery Glass-ware. Cooking and Par.
    GKOWTII OF 1857. Butler & Denham Notice.
    lor Stoves Iron and Furniture
    of the public sale of the lands embracing the Dry Goods Steel .

    tract claimed; otbetwise audi eteim wHI I be forfeited.T11O3. -A Stroller in Europe; "\\7"E weulil CAll the attention of our friends and now opening their FA-LLand WINTER Hat and Cape, Boots and Shoes,and Montis after lie first of this BO--
    INGOTrnv..I. in Mexico ARE
    EL .
    A. I1KNDU1CKS.Commiesiooer I DR. KANE'S Arctic Kxtedit ; Y T the public generally, to our present Large and which comprise a complete add varied AU which Yankee offer Notions for sale and all sorts. SIX th e'riodenigitd will publication bie dual M-
    | >on; I we realtfu11YI01icit
    of the General Laud Office. well selected Assortment of aafrottment in In the Silk and
    department. and vouchers administrator
    every count as fOr the Estateof
    MEMOIR of S.S. Preutisa, Speeches. Ac.; ani i inspection of same, by our friends and the public.
    Jan.16.1858. 3 Diess will be found some of the most
    department Eliaa J.Jerkuv, deceased late of Leon
    S THE DAYS of my life-A novel by the FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.Our MfNAUQHT ORMOND & CO. eooaty/
    author of Margaret and Zaidee beautiful and elegant NOT. 14 1857 46 and ask fur a discharge. W.B,M ILLS, /
    United States Hail Line ISABEL-A novel ; Seeds are procured from a Cold C.iraate, and Bidentripcd Silk Robes Newport. Jan. 23, 1858. .ern
    ; will flourish the better in dark
    S consequently a warmer one, Flounced ground
    ARTISTS WIFE-A novel
    -FXOM- ; such as ours. Cff Call early or Bend your orders, do bright JETNAINSUBANCE
    NEW ORLEANS TO KEY WEST VASCONSELOS new nova that you may secure the varieties rou desire.AMES Solid Color Moire Antique Notice.SIX .
    Simtns &c.&e.McDOUGALL .
    by ; CONPMT '
    -Al'lD- A HOBBY i LIVELY. Black do do noaihe after date I shall present ny final a*

    INTERMEDIATE S FRORIDA. PORTS, 27 January 9.1 SSI. 2C&'Partnership Flounced Berages wine colored Of HARTFORD.. and vouchers to tbe Hon.Judge PmbeTf
    J Delaine Robes a Baize, -II' for Jefferson eonnry administratrix 01 tile Estate

    pmrxECTx irrra TEl Notice. Together with a fine assortment of Black Silks, Incorporated in 1519.-Charter Perpetual. of Benjamin Wiodham late of eaU county d..uidlod '>

    ,STEAMER ISABEL Black Silk Velvet B .que width. Shepards Plaid ask for a discharge from said administration.JAN&WINDHAM. .
    FLORIDA RAIL ROAD THE undersigned have this day formed) a co-part. Figured Merinos, Plain do, Black Bombazine. French --0-- .. Admfx.
    RUNNING 73 MILES. under the name and style of Embroidered Setts Brussels point Applique Setts, Feb. 1, 1858. 6a

    .. I. D5yer dD Gor.LLLan7and Setts Real point Lace White lUuslion Capes. INSURE AGAINST LOSS AND DAMAGE BY mi -

    will continue the business in all its branches at
    the Old Stand Towle A Myers, where they intend AND CONSISTENT WITH TUE U TSOP .
    $_ Company Bitters bating demand against tb* Estate
    COMPENSATION. persona
    keeping a full assortment of all articles appertainingto ALL
    John Parkhill,deceased late of Leon county
    '." HZ.Z.Ui1 TRAINS LEAVE FERNANDINA their branch ot bmineas, and hope by constant at- TO those suffering from Dyspepsia, Debility, en- B. C. LEWIS, Agent are hereby notified to present them to the undersigned
    tcntion to merit the heretofore extended febled health of the Stomach For Tallaliasae
    patronage or deranged state vicinity.
    the mall ftr within the time bylaw
    tekra eootrtrt tAoreporit administrator prescribed
    (Sunday excepted) for (near to the late firm. te, &c. these Bitters are recommended by the August IS, 18R7. 33QUININE .
    5 JT villToa tveitrct.eU* 8emjBtoMBeirivic DAILY Fond) only 8 luilre {rem. Fort Bar- 8ELIM W. MYERS.R. For sale or they will to barred; and all. Mare iodefatat
    Faculty, at a certain cure. by
    a ist enthwttibffn the 8piaDi1h Hble oa the lee,cooneetin; tri.weekl1..hb 4 horse Mail Stages B. GORMAN. BUTLER DENHAM. requested to make S payment immediately.

    Iftth cod tttb.' &od IcaviostH eame'evcnmg. for Gainesville, Micanopy Oeala, Tampa Bay and Tallahassee, January 1, [1ft] 18(8.8tf Nor. 14.1857. 4ft 8.M.PARKUILLAdmnt'RMartli,1853.
    S TW8TSAKER BPRATT!! all point ia East and Sooth Florida. At Baldwin ruST received 800 Ounces Snlpll Quinine ._108wNotice _

    will,..New Port in the mnrning and St. Mar* (the jnnctJMl'of Jacksonville and Alligator Wad) lea Island Seed. (J Farr Bruild.together with a great variety -
    tenatoareiH&e moral of the Out from Tallahassee. connecting with Stages for Jacksonville, .Alligator Notice. of pure Chemicals AMIS it LIVELY. :

    ttkinf malUfieiesDgrri.baggtg* and freight to andCironitiMStteAer TallahMee; and all points ia Middle Florida. ALL persons having demands against the Estate : FIRE Sea Island Cotton Seed, for sal by August 8. 186'*_82'TheOginaIExtra_ final
    ,a.di tara1tise train.Th .-. 8 elIEp If. L E. are bereby notified to present them to the undersigned Jan. ss; isser.Notice. 4S Quality .and touchers to lie Hooor bJ Judge

    U*nnq ubbe eatf now rest assnred that this Leave Fernandina daily (Sundays properly authenticated within the time of Probate of Jefferson county M adminisrraUc ittb.estatiofAtfred

    long Paired ana frequently attempted cwnmon&caCi0q & -' sxeetdt-....".........._.. 1 t. I. prescribed by law or they will be barred;' and all CORN STARCH. W. Rayw. late of I aid.c a y.deceaaed .

    .to knd.from the above ports i!nrsveh hands a Arrive at Starke at.. ... ....-.,..**,.6, T. M. those indebted are requested to make payment iramedwUly. to Debtors P REPAID.expressly for Padding*. Ice Cream ,'and wk for ALFRED a di btrjjrf RAY80B from aiJ AAatV.a'

    to warrant perroaoeocy cod socceas. Leave:,tarke.. daily (Sundays exoepted J. B.:JEFFCOAT. Admt'r. persons indebted to the late firm of TO WLE JL Cakes Bance Mange, Custards Pies Pom'ges, ,istrJton. -
    PaMeten baviofj sic,. 'servants mast see to ) ai......;.-.'..-...-.4,Jb Ia!. Mascb 20, 1868 12-8 w .ALL MYERS are requested to come forward and fac. Received Irish by AMES LIVELY.. Ialarch,1858. I0-4o rjltc& -

    lemrinr them at the Custom House, before goiug oa ,Arrive at Fernaadma at..:.v.....8,A.If. settle. Mr. R. B. Goauu ia duly authorized to settle Olt. 1, 1857., 48: ; S -
    i"i Stopping Baldwin and Trail Ridge (the crossing Notice.SIX all eeeountS 8. W. MYERS. S :

    ..Alto look After yocr Baggage yourself. of tbe New BJver Rood)each way;aod connecting .' -TallaLawe"F.b. 20, 18 8. 84fLiverpool Florida Exports. 1la C6i"J
    J furUar frticnl.rs,Apply to at Fernandina wilt Steamers for buth'SaTaDDab months after date I hall present my final, A'Lri

    .{tr:," ;:. DANJELjADD, d&_. and Charltttoo going I and returning.FHEJ.G&T. and roochen to the Hon.Judge of Probate i COMPLETE S hi,S Tolumctf*. .tj .Wrn..Stqr- J. .; JsereasOSL7O'. -.
    fur Jrflmon administrator with the eeated. ..mhbu.at.&fd
    .)..,r. tm.i_ '!; i.'.. 28O .Will annexed of the county.Estate of Jefferson B. Ellis, late S :. Sack Salt, Sopt.5,1857. lc1OtrOALL. S SO dE nODBT. to ta odeaidtdy ut eI z.awisei: ...

    : .r $ J .- Beeetred by'.tha Cotnpany'a.AgwU( free of catrf*at_ .aaU'eoranty-deceased'aod ak for A discharge from 2500 S.QKS,Cargo Brig J.. jCafrerdaflj eat' : .t&Tbe4 ..'itaLicsaadU .. )1..f
    tiid __ : .i ; =
    SS all the statwra along the route, and forwatded toFernandbm aid admiobtrttloo.S S ; itedr; Will ta told*- *low.- in- -! W'..-IoUcntbipboardaiSMffuh Cl'IG' 'ns'iA.BGEJ\ Ja r 4'ekzMi :

    r i eUTERIOR QtT ,jest receirtd ADd .,Savannah, or Charleston M may be d-! '. JAMES & WALKER,, 1iO1e5 '.a--' 11& .< ,' '
    t*tale by S .JLME3' L1VEL Y. rf ted. OEO..W. CALL Secretary.F. R. E. A'dtot'r. witS th*Vill anoexed.If McNkUGWP.OMrOtfD I 00. S icDOVD4LL 6 BOUT".an I. 1OU' ,!

    '; Z0oj$1.1U.4 ,. If. 13 t.; It, S. M'tre 1-;, ISrt.: ". llta I '.';t. Wk I tI,.. 1-t I yb t. tlH S !' .

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