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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 10, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY JONES & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., APRIL 10, 1858. : VJ t1'K j

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professional (arbs. proftsiianal nub Business ( nts. Hints for the Month. I I If annual Flower seeds have not been The Friends of Great Men* Fi.c:.ar"- *u..r 'kJ'About
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!,, \"e clip the following useful Lint from sown, do so at once ; work: the soil deep, The Washington correspondent of the thirty years.aiio.#y J lh. Ni .

MILES NASH' & CO. WM E. ANDERSON, ,I that excellent Agricultural Journal, the Southern lent and. ;enrich all Stocks it well and-poultry Gilly Flowers manure are is highly excel.! Advertiser & Gazette, of Montgomery writes Parlor' Vhhor, of- Jol/i. ee 1 J

Cultivator t cf
: flourishing city aJ.ai
i .A.'t"torn.ey: I.aOw I IJl'cfilted!I T iv, it. as folioWF : now .
DEALERS IN ; THE PLANTATION. If river there:wer* ;b ot *,. .
; -ANDSOLICIJOR ,your ground is pre : -- "The friends of great men aro ai uncer- Mississippi. ,

DRUGS, 1 PALMS, I INEQUITY, !' parcH, yc-ur Corn should now I be planted, immediately j 1 Farm Life. i t tin as tho.
-5''not prepared, do not (delav a I The have alldwd
'I renegade republican.p.irty an Wtjirai
MARIANA organ such a thiog asa, slean c
MEDICINES mOILS FLA. moment, in getting it ic- dy. Manure hevilvnnd } Education is 1 by no means confined to
I r here, and Maj. Heiss grinds it-'tis called the
iuekUot
; -oj schools. These but and I quite a sight the following *C-
inform tfceir riends and the puldic i !plow deep)-us>! the bst find heaviest are rudimentary auxiliary Slates and its editor once published a .
WOULD' on hand a good assortment ofiucvtkles j j JL T)RAOTICF.S in the Courts Jackson.. Wabbr.: their line of business j, ton and Franklin-in the Supreme Court nt ila- be of cradle and finished only at death. Tho aim {'ltoo4 1ard A
as are generally kept in : riannll,aad in the United Gtales District Court at j tie rrost thorough character, \vorking. I j hard up ; and tho'Donglasity schpmera got I A tall ,brawny wo
tad will be receiving regularly. fresh supplies. Their ; Apa acLioola.] often and dial low, so us to break tin : r.nrserv days of our life, and its business pursuits i hold of it, lock, stock and barrel. Such is against a trea which! 'stood i'tbb. Mj'

terms shall bs.reasonable.Tallahassee. April Sili 1 i REFERENCES: I roots. More suggestions on this subjecthereafter. j have nn important bearing upon the I street talk. Well, in Cabinet meeting! not f" the river, !lo'd&ing af/ioro* apwhkh \

S24 I i Uon.. Way* Baker, Tallahaases, i ." : character. AVhat a man: does, ns well as long since, old Buck, feeling hcmorsoma as car readers'\vcfctd! biyaUy.d1aov. '

Dr. Miles H. Nash, j H. L. Rutgers Agent S. VT. R. Bank, I Coft< .-Having properly] started your corn !I what ho studies in books, educates h 1n.The .--- i ho frequently does, turned to Gov. Brown, I ered to have be ri 'ateam1. 11
i Hon. J. J. Fmlt v. I.an:'nna. I : amid which i?
oVrU B HIS PttOFESSIOXAT.SEtTICCS TO THE CITIZENS OF i Lane Wirlgcon.'Ag't. B. Columbus, Mailanna.Dcc. I crop, push forward the planting of Cotton, scenes his boyhood passed, j and asked, with that link in his eya, Mr. About hail a'n tour elaps4'snd .4t '
TALLAHASSEE ANDSrRKO'JjrrnfGCOCSTBT. ) 12, 1657. 60-Gm without delay. It i is very important to got an I, out of schools the objects which occupy his ; Postmaster General, what's got into yoarj was moored, anddthe e li.ttda.m': tiid'W

FFIOE1tb Dr. M. Nashhnrasdiately faftof the I c.iily stand, and much, may be efiVcled in this thoughts! the problems! ho daily solves in j friend of the States, Maj. Heiss ?I" .Well, really taking on wood. \j2b
O Pout office.Myl9lB55.. I EDWIN A. HART, : I earning his bread, quite as much shape .the1 m'rij'W1Mf
I way by throwing up the beds light and dry. t I don't know, says the Pcstmaster Gen. Now, among
SOMEDICAL A.ttotTallahassee I.za See the! variou- 1 hJr.is! and suggestions of o"r character as the scenes and problems] of tho j! (-1':11, perhaps I will answer by asking you boat, both male .and Teniali- ;wu'a fpnrt*

NOTICE. 1 Florida. I, experienced correspond nfs, in previous volumes erh'ol room. Agriculture is the largest and !: what's got into your friend Henry A. Wise !1" young .CdVitD. il\6&fa&f\ #?.
and numbers. most important of all our matetial inteiest.s t who seemed bent oti.inaklnia(
0- I This rubbed the President, fur'Jie: had been an
Drs. Robertson & BondHA. "T\TJLL District practice! in and the tbe Circnit Supreme Courts Court of the of Mi.this}- Street Pota'.ars.-Phinl your oain crop of I t'i" occupation to which: the largest portion |i intimate correspondent of the Oyster Governor on the hearts of the'yonng ladies onlxJirtf, -

VINa formed a co partnerhip in the prurtic Stale, and tie District Court of the United Slates, at sets" end .' draws" this month.} If you plant of our countrymen are born. It is a matterof until recently ; but he whirled on his heel and to that end he must perform some.herolu

their profession offrr their services to tie cIt Talll Lt?sce. 37" Ofnc j over the Store cf Messrs. bUlls find ririgcs, !j.lov.the soil deep I in'e"pt to consider the bearings of this i and inquired, Gov. Cobb will you tell me deed. Observing oar squatter 'friend "'to,

iiens of Tallahassee and surrounding (luutr). I G. & J. lifffinMir. and thiov.- them up broad and flat very on t:> r r-jit upon the character of those who arcen2.tred !! \hat has got into your friend John W. For. I agined this to be a'fine opportunity brt
fjgOffice; over the Store lately occupied by Bet 1 Jan. Sti; 1 658. 4 I in i iL! himself into notice-so, stepping into the
- --- ,- -- ---- --- I summit so that they rnr.y catch an ] retai.: r. I ncy"? A hearty laugh echoed in the stomachs I .
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ton & IS. There are (those who consider t! is a rnotiinl cf th! and advisers this ; cabin, he said :
Feb. 23. '7 .tf' A ;PEELER'S/ : much moisture as possible. Potato draws, ? pertly dignified atj :
or any similar pla-its) rosy be, tafily set t-t;l i occupation: -degrading to the body by keen hit ; for ;It L has been more than notorious .I Ladies, if you want to enjoy a good Unfh ,

E. BA11 NABD Jr. LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, 'I' even in dry V.Yj'thu. by dipping the toots in j the toil it imposes, and belittling to the mind for months pasrd, that the Cabinet! minuter step out on the guards. I intend frighten ;

WILL COXTIXCE THE # TALI.AHASSE: TLOlilDAOmCE :f.r thick batter of bhrk woods mould, or surface i ily the attention it requires to the minute details of Gecrgia was somewha interested in the that gentlemen into fits who stand on the '
t'P FTAIRS IS THE fUME BCItPING AXD CrroSITE I : of its business. They regard its implements I I bank. .
that its editor
soil and water, ns heretofore descriL.d.i !. Press and Forney, uts to .
DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS THE DOOR OF TIlE FOOETDIAN & JOCENAL OFFFJCE. i Irish : as the bartpes of servility, and look make him Prei ent. I reckon that since the The ladies complied with the request del
Potfltc.If
ITS?" AT THE OLD STAND, 6IOK ""TILL Practice i in the Circuit Court of OndfdenT not already plan'od, with disdain upon rthe plow boy's lot. Thny} { of the Press' the clever our dandy drew from his bosom a formidable
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T Leon Wakulla,Jcfiersrn and JIadison, and must be put: in immediately, or it will lie too j: Douglasity career I his
the into tiea
I depreate influence of farm life the bowio knife, and thrust it belt ; .
upon tactician of
I i Georgia more calmly
ntteKd tly to the collection cf uctt-s aud late for i is surveying
f-roni tc- a summer crop. They th< ull 1 liedrtjjed ,
OF THE HOKTAE, Courts in p.i.y of eaid Coutitiea.Feb. JO inches in I a feet drills and i mental cul-cre. and look upon the rutic man the field, and not troubling himself much taking a large horic-pistol in each band, ht
li1 27. i8.GWYNN. 9-1 f conredillt thick apait! of decomposed i I as the type boorishness} and ignorance. of Forney, Walker, Stanton, Douglas! & Co. seemed satisfied that all was' tight Thus

a layer partially They fthink it mainly a business for brute All the latter part of this must be taken in equipped he .strode. on with_ an air whick,
Corner of Clinton and Monroe lrt.4t!,TaUdlasseC. pine straw or leaves.i'Jii.icfc muscles hero mind l achieve f the of i nation depend -
& HILTON I can no conquests a Pidtteicltiun sense," as Howell Cobb is a seemed to say : hopes
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-January 19.185C.-- -- ,-, ------- I .11o2.--i.1cys cctTALLAIIASSEK La'V.T, !'gar Can, for syrup, sh >uIJ bj and where skillful labor finds a poor I firm and earnest Lecompton man." on me.' r ?lf> ," '. .r
MEDICAL NOTICE. I r plank-d, as toon as t weather becomes fettled !. I reward. They think the way of a man of Marching up to the woodsthznheexeWth'

-'e e e- I -0 FLA. I j r I, and waun. -:i iit.'le; after Corn plattingtinie. : ,! genius is inevitably hedged upon the farm- j I Pot a Bible There. ed : "-- t

A. TEELER..1. C". BAITS. I D. W. G'U'1tNn.. JB. IIir.TO.\, :j i that there is no heroic work to be performed, 1 j Put janj'where, and let its power be felt Found yon at last, hare It.:yod at.tbI:
---- associated tbempelves together in the The Clifarse Prolific Pea is also worthy of || no laurels to he won. If he would do deeds man I've been looking for these three weeks I
-let it be read and loved and such
obeyed ,
Drs. Peeler & Bates, IlIA"U'G of Law, will give their joint attention ( a farther trial. Its merits as n forage and :j worthy of his manhood, gain wealth, gain Say your prayers P be continued, presentinghis

H \ associated mselvcs in the practice entrusted to them. They \rill attend j hay corn, and as a renovator of t th! ? soil, are I i honor, make himself a name that will live, j results as these will follow! : pistols 'you'll make capital bam door*

Medicine and Surgery respectfully offer I, the Supreme Cor.rt. tbe U. S. District Court md the not, we think, puflici' ntly appreciated as 'd. ;: he inu>t turn to higher occupations. I 1. The fiercest and most cruel savage is and I'll drill the key hole myselfT
tbeir services to the Public in the treatment of all Circuit Court ill TalUliriFSfe. nnd abo the Circuit
acute as well'as cbionic diseases all charact..r.Office. .- Cou 1 ts of CJj\4Bin.. "VVcVnll.n, Jffferon, lIarI11)] and ( Sow, also, Egyptian; Millet, but t do not let it If those who are strangers to the farm i i tamed end nade mild, gentle and affection I Tie squatter calmly lurreyed:' him a raiment

TVackeenab, Jcfferscn ..co, r;a. Hamilton CcuLtiea. Office at the Court-house i iTalahsee. ia come near the Chinese Sugar Cue, or you i iV. j alOne cherished this view, wo could abide it ate then drawing back a step be pkmtad
Jan. 9, 1S53 2-lf ] \ill ruin th? latter as a sugar plant.: Early !i in silence. But when farmers themselvesaid i 2 Social and family ties are resctied from his huge fist directly between theeyetofha

---- March. 6. ISf.S. -10-ly .. crops of Cov Peas may also be SOW!). For I this impeachment of their calling, and j the perversion produced by vice and crime, .antagonist, who in a m' ment wU floundering
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R. H. BERRY, HTISTRY.present !I fodder, wo prefer to sow them in the drill ; i i the pestilence of this heresy finds its way to i! and become sources of purest happiness. in the turbid waters of.the,Muamippi.
but if intended to turn under for I i 1" 3 Put Bible there and if that 'er's
A'actionccr and Commission I manure, sow ,lour fireside, and makes oar sons and dangh a ru Every passenger by this time collected era

1 tI.L-aibrc3u-j.ict. {t"rs disconfi-iil with their rural borne, it i i' heart feels its power, his eyes ire opened to the guard, and the shout that now' went op

MERCHANT. ,, t THE 1 Kirriii.x: ftAjr; : >i.v-Attend to r.ll! i (limp to speak out. If comparisons mtut lip soa what are the: true rights of men ; and a I from the crowd speedily restored the.crestfallen

'I'ULnA SSEE, Fla.,Sept.29, 1655. 29 I v oil: not performed hst montl:), without iK1- :: rmdp, which are invi iio'n, the shadows shall 1 ruler. so taught will l legislate with great alac. I hero to his 'senses, and as he was

S. S. KNIGHT I I, lay. h'e out all C bhsg.: j jaitc! JOJ' 1I1'Y i il not ful! upon the farmer's Io'. It i is time that rity and j joy in behalf of all those! rights. sneaking off towards tbe boat be was accost
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-- :: l have, and sow rior- Cabbage teed to heal:! in o'h;r calliniTJ were stripped of that romance? j 1. Put a Bible thre-and every individual e3?< by his conqueror:

AUCTIONEER a COMMISSION MERCHANT i the summer ; Flat Dutch is the best. Thin ; v Uh which ihfy are veiled, and tIt the sons [ i ii: that community, heartily obeying it, will ,I I say you, neit time you come around

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.Septemherl.lESS out TUiIJIpS5 ion r.3 Cnoy have four leave?, j I of the firm should know what tli'y have ia be a conscientious respecter of law, and anon dri11n.!! key holes don't forget your old! _Mnuaihtance. .

055tGi"77eoRLcr j, and sow more Tiiniip: teed ; EailvVhic I : propect; when they turn their backs upon i !'ghtened supporter ofcivil order and gov. I !' The I ladies nnaDlmou.YOlcfI .

,. Dutch and Iltd Topped Dutch are t'o be.-it I Ifor tile ).--o-ne of their: youth. It i is meet that :: cm 111((;t. I the knife and pistols to the victor; ,
I. ; : 1:1 d f'nI'n. u gTc: nr.tl'e 1. Le l:dIE, vieiiig 5. Put I'ibla t1t.rc-lod its .-.* ,
Hrcl tn.c spring use. Also, EOH tie! \,'hte!; Norfolk they should} better understand the blessingsof : a piaclical : > *
rroiei.rNUy' & duri'gI
Attorney at Law, i the present Qiu'y vcr, where Le will be'pca-cc: to wlit ('lJ Turuip; it will grow lajger than thf for- !! their lot, its( capacity for improvement, :i workings on the heart will put an end utterly F First class oriental philosophy:atand.. up.

:jJJ ihoie vho may L h want of Us services.Tettls rner zit! S'Jrcec-J t thorn. If you have not r.l- i! and its superiority to all other occupations.U'e .- !; to every error and delusion which may be t Thibbets, what is life I .

TALLAIIASSEF, TLA.Jsnnsiry ; instiled on iL" r.L(".Tbstic fYi e! f. : j'rcPa. ? ready so\vn O.iioii u-c-d, (buck,) do it at \ would arrest that feeling of disquiet wli-h destroying the welfare! of that community. I I Life consists of money, a hone. .and a faai-

17, 1S57.; SlyHICHABD i 'nHr"h' nftw. vl.icli fuqit-sts if.jtLirg: : 't ('i,c.ivj once : they 1 \\M1! 1 c .nie into use in ih'} I litter keeps so large a portion of our rural pipuiiliin : !! G Pet a Bible! there-and its truths welcomed I I ionable \Vi ft'. .
j ered fur full Sells litiuditds: of t'he I b't rtrlificatc? .
cf tiiC whoa aJ! that i for fields of i to the heartvichange:! all that coldness -I r Next what is death !
BRADFOHI i c;n l c tl l'm n in its 1zvr.Vill be ;In Q'Jb"II; I Ii part) sufitmt'-, ; \; cr raised: perpetually longing new (!- ,
i! .!jnJa3.: Fitruarv the lei, and will n-.r.in fi!: ILe : from setts or buttons are g-ne.; If you did terprise. We would have them settled] at : and indifference to men's eternal welfare !. I I A paymaster who settles every bOO,'. debt,'

ATTORNEY AT LAW !, ioiL r. 1'. J.1.\\1S. ; sow Ukck Onion seed last fall, it can now '; least a portion of them, in the parish and : that had [prevailed there, into the most and gives the tombstones as receipts in full

T TALLAHASSEE rLA. i, ..au. 1C, 'lcuO.'r )_-.r..________, be trai.-jilanted.! '-o'.v Carrots, HetU. (Ex. bend nil their energies to the improvementand i intense and cordial interest in that welfare.So I I I for all demands.
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(Office in the Post Office Building ) ;i 1-- 'IEDIC.tLOTZCE. tI-t'EzLIly is .lie finest) I'ar.-nips, S.ili-fy, L' t.. adornment of their homos.REV. we may put a liible anywhere, and if II I What is poverty t

May 28, 57. 21 -0- tuce, Iladisho\ Parsley, '1'It.rml', and I 1k1efor { ; War. CLIFT. i: we can bring it into spiritual contact with : The reward of merit Genius general/) -

t ( early grCei3.) The White Iklgian Carrot -, -- I,.I the heart, we employ the most powerful of all I ceiTe from a discriminating publto. .
Br A. C. F. BLAKE
WILLIAM SCOTT, ; II Hms! our hot summers bed. ALSo! WI' LOBI, -.\: .:\ ON- THE FCTUTE OF AMERICA '! agencies to bring to an end all the moral dis. What is religion .

ATTOHWSY ff TMONTICELLO LAH, I f lOXTIXUrS to cr.(-r I i i? 'WcHMnal Strvicfs tiS j Alangtl; NVurlzvI ; it \\iil! be found very good RtS5u.-Lord the i i, orders of the world. We do good cn the Doing onto others aa yon please wiibotft
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FLA; .I *- tIe citizens tf C'IJtriHe r.nd .rijoiuiijjj JJ-iL. }lor late 'ie, v. hen tho other beets are gone. Stanley, 110\\ largest t scale to the individual, the family and allowing them a return of the compliment

a1y 3Ol$3. SO t 1 jin i,, at borhood.his refii Jeiioe.Kcsidcr.ce cl.-r.ged to Ceiitrtville] Oflic I Pinnt tM J in rcwt 1.; inches apart. Sow, also British Secretary for the Colonies, delivered, .the nation.-Boston Trarclcr. What is fame!

; Dec. 2G, 1 IE:". !.!-tf I' a little El'otit1! Cilery ard! rIOted them at Lynn, on the occasion of his re-election, along |I A six line puff in a newspaper while Kriog,

Yonge & McClellan, :I ---- .- -- ---.- ----- I fioin! the Eun.tlel Cherry troes arc, in speech in the course of" hich he said : j, QA; short time since, a highwayman and Jour fortune to your enemies when deao.

Nathaniel Hamlen bloom! plant Snap Beans Early Valentine { undertook to rob l\lajQ ,oncs. He met Jonesin w ,
A. ut T .a ; % i
"t'tor.n.e-ys ITJ old "
: that of the
every age question a of woods over inJjersey. He ask A COLI.oQtr.How do i ; Mr
1 is an cxct'llintl1: .'t." and we are inclined! to j jrrcomniend piece yo .doi
puma is ALL THE cocars OF VTEST JLOSIDA. COMMISSION MERCHANT, it f'rcf.n'lct to all ocJ's.-! | balance of pow>r' assumes a new form.That .- ed Jones fcr his pocket book. Jones refused I Smith?l'

Office at :MAEIAXNA.C. No. :38 Pojdras St., New OIJ( ns. When Ajipletrcefaarc! in flower, !plant Squashes | question no longer concerns Western ; to yield.! Highwayman then took Jones by I Do what !'

C. TONGE..J. F. 3IcCLF.LLAK I i (Scallop Squa'u is the best) in I ills y feet I II Europe alono. Two empires are springing the neck, and undertook to choke him down. i 1 '
How da find yourself
March 18, 1858. II-If I I! Refers to Gav. Jarnce E. r r.Oll.l', Tii.Lnsce.! 1 npxrt ; r.loO, Cnrurnbers Muskmelons! 5feit I up iu the Er.;t and in the :-West ;_ they! are j .Jones made, fight,.and. kept_ it. up -for half- an I I I never !cwe you mvself'
George K.Valker, Ksq., r.Irei-.dv: of nrat-rat: ? magnitude, aul: both of hour. At the expiration of that time, Jones
1 apart ; the Nutmeg nnd Citron !os I' How do feel J'
Beni. F. Young Gen.Vm.. Bailey, JtlF<.rBoncouijt!, (them r.re increasing-not maiiIy or noces-: !I caved, and the highwayman commenced I you -
fins arid I tho earliest. Hcechwoo'.lMilon
j are very ; Pretty smooth I"guei fr I of and
T. J. LinUn mt
F.Joq., sarily by others hut simply
i ffirJ- fcrl I I aggression upon rifling his pockets. The contents amountedto
.J \ JjJ R J. G Putnam. Et-q.! Mnoison i i is very tupcricr, but a little later.- Ii' I see.' .
ill.1 a d. J.b V J V br natural rne.in?-at a rate of progress IS rents.
Daniel Bc-11 Hamilton The Per iai: Melon, or Ispalisn! ," is I .
ANDSOLICITOE I E.q. > r.n excellent Good morning, Mr. Smith..
which! far exceeds that of ourselves. Locking I
Is that all i i'
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Augustus Stee'if. Esq., Levy ; t tender voa'\e got
variety. oo for! tke! Mildlei : '
IN EQUITY It's rather a bad one wet and
: at (1:3 matter of it is nastj.
( population "
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I J. J. Sneliii.g, ]:' GudsdoR i but doc v.cll! lierr. Every cent. I
States All
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W..1LL practice ia the Courts of tbe Eastern Cir I Remington, E-q.: TLomasvillc, Gc. :1 z e impossible! not to se, thit: unless some unforeseen What made long !i"* I ,
cf Florida and the Federal ConrU.OmCE Oct. N, 185'. 43 i grfity! Ltr.diIlNlll.[ gnaiiO or poultry manue I events take f.b"m 1 ct and Rus- I you fight so I .EIGHTY LJ.NGUAOKS SPOKEN zx N..Yon.

( AT CATSSVILLE, ALACHUA COti\..) _.__ ___ _h ._ ._._ __ i ajiplicd: in a liquid! form, often! : but not will, 100 hence, perhaps even 50 I Didn't want to be exposed. Bad enough At a recent meeting of the New York Historical .
too : At tIe same time also! I'I'ria years : to have only 18 cents! ; but a great deal worseb.c
REFERENCES: G. K. CLARK strong. ow Society Dr. Bacon read &
hence, be numerically the most paper on
years powerful to tho world know it.
CATT. J. J. LUCAS, 1 ; j Okra, Tomatoes and Egg Plants. Hill tp I I empires the globe. I numerically tbe languages spoken in ,New York,** He
upon say
COL. J. D. AIKE*, f J-JCJiarletton, S. (1.F&ASEH i WATCH l MAKER( ;i Rhubarb. Asparagus will IIOL( i1 to and of course in that reckoning I do I CO" The other day a gentleman, at one of said that eighty languages, are used jo'Itou
4 TuOMPcOX, ) : do not cufler to to"seed
sprout ; r.r.y run up ness, and cocial intercourse the in
DE. JAMES S. JOXES, Tallahassee, Fla. but cut all down.Watirrnelons : n-t include India, because it can hardly be I our hotels was introduced to a stranger whoso among

June 6.'67._23_ .A..n.d. 3oc'c71e1', ., r.ov.be in hills : considered an element of strength in respect : r.ane was All Corn. The stranger'e skin was habitants of that city, and asserted that mare*
planted
may of population. Now, of both theso great empires well stuffed and rather anJ tho languages are spoken there than in any other
AMAKER \ inform the cijz2na ofTal- : I pretty shiny,
A. PERRY \T70ULD respectfully i 10 feet apart using leaf mould, ashes andpoultry in the worM. '
that he )Las I speak with no fi-eling cf jealousy I odors he exhaled not of the fabulous city
T T Miassce and the public generally tho I ; I were
manure liberally in ll 1l. There 4
TTY AT LAW. j! taken the old staud of J. C. Hall & Co., here he is I mnclitfl'relit kinds and varieties thntvc I speak of them both with respect ; of one I kind, said to bo wafted from the spicy shores -
TALLAHASSEE FLA. I prepared to repair) r.re EO speak with sincere admiration and sympathy!; of Arahy the 1e! t." After a while our 05" "love to look upon a yonng ,man.

May 21, 1858. 20 _. ___ I \Vatcncs, Clocks, and Jevclry, I best.\ will: not undertake to dech.'e( as to the but still, as society 5 is constituted, it must friend took the introducer aside and whisperingly There is & hidden potency concealed :'within

EDWARD HI. WEST. 1 1i I i in a Tsoikman like manner, and at, the most itasona- j Plant a full 'of English Pea for happen that independent nations will have enquired : his breast which charms and pains me." *
Lie rates. Persons having good Watches that fail to crop aE1ICCCSSIOfl. I different interests. A position of inferiority I I say, Jack, hasn't your frien-l been distilled The daughter of a clergyman 'n*p ehfngi
I For late
Attorney and Counsellor at Law n crop we think tho to find the above sentence at the elo.'of
I run well from having been ba'ly repaired, can rely I is never satisfactory, and it is not always !" apiece
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. I upon having them put right at his shop. II flue Imporhl, the "Prussian Blue" the!: even safe. What I say, therefore, is, that if Why," innocently rejoined the other. ,of her father's mannscnpt, as be haft
(& All work warranted if well] used. .tfJ beEt ; when planted: the tame time as the left his sttfdy down and added .
April B.185G. 14 I Western Europe -at this moment the very "Because, said he "you called your friend ,jBat .-\; I.
I Jan. ]6. 1658. X-Iy : Extra Early, thoy will come ii: three weeks i '
fycas and centre of civilization throughout All Corn, and I'll be shot if he isn't all whis. "Them's roy s&ntiments, uct1.t-PIp&-

FLOYD & HOLLAND, I co-rAitTA'cusiFii> NOTICE. i l later. I lle; world-I* to hold its own-is to hold in key, now." I II all but the pains.! ,
at Law. !
Attorneys THE OKCIIAHD FRuiT GAKUEN.Young another tho which it -- -
:> generation place occupies -
WILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle !, HILL & HOYLE. I trees, if properly planted and trimmed, in tho present, it must be by a cordial I O .M r. Jenkins was dining al a very hose I UJA dandyisacbap who dbea,

West Florida, and in the Supreme Cl'CI.tHbe -0---- I will need no stakes! ; but if th.y are inclined and friendly union among its I leading Pow pitable table, but a piece jof bacon near Liai lady if he could ; b.at as h. .can't, d.ail
District the
State. Also in the Conrt of Uui- and
HILL JOHN J. IIOYLF. Talla-
.d States,in the Northern District of Florida. I JOHN having this day associated themselves) to blow about in tho wind, tie.them r.p to a ers." [Hear, hear.] j. was a) very small that the lady of tha house f t he can to show the world. .'. that. he b not a

:R.J.FLOYD, Office Apalachicola, Fla. gether in business under the style, name and. firm of j firm stake .wi1t! a stout and broad btrip of remarked to him : man. of -

D. P.HOLLAND, Office Quiucy, Fla. i cloth-tailor's listing" or "selvedge" is excellent Modern Defining. Pray, Mr. Jenkins, help yourself to the !
II
Dee. !, 1855. 61 HILL & IIOTLE, for one season. Should the spring be bacon. Don't be afraid of it." I Cr There only one objection to people

WILLIAM S. DILWORTU, I and will give prompt attention to all orders in their j jliue. dry and warm, they must be immediately I JUSTICE.-Sending a starving child to tho No, indeed, madam, I shall not be. I've I who mean well and that ,ia they nerer.on

I They are prepared to execute and carry on the mulched" heavily (as directed for .Rows House of Correction for stealing a loaf of seen a piece twice as large, end it didn't spare time. ,to carry ont their mean lg., \

Attorney aaL Counsellor at Law PENTERING B fiSIXESS bread, and marrying your daughter to an ac- bit." -. .-' 4t
below,) and watered, through the mulching! scare me a tA. lady asked reteraa wbieh"d -
.eoI\"imLLO FLORIDA. all its various and from their timfe Do not the mulch comptished rogue vrho' has swindled the com: .
in brnncbes;, long experience from time to delay carried the maximum distance t.
practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir in the Running Gear and Screw Business, ing beyond the middle! of April, al all events.It munity ont of a half l million. Oz- A poor, emaciated Irishman, having answered "The a"Tbe' old .

WILL,and Tho 11.a and Lowodes County, Oa and other mac!nery, hope by prompt attention to is one of tho most important operations HAPFINESS.-Eating and drinking} all your called in a physician as forlorn. hope*, the chap "' .," T"Minnie.. .,'" ,. :.,."", :

March2.1856. 12-ly orders business from to merit the country a liberal promptly share of executed.patronage. Calls All connected with tree culture in the South. appetite demands,. without fearing the dys. latter: spread a huge mustard plaster, and OT The .laos. i fac.-n.1t".W,, '

LONG & GALBRAITH, from either of the Counties in Middle Florida and Spare the'Birc in your orchard and gar pepsia, and wearing a more costly coat than clapped it ori.tho poor fellow's breast. Pat, the worsf >i iqd;.of A niiii ;

from Decatur and Thomas Counties, Ga, shall receive den. are best friends-they your neighbor. with a tearful eye, looking down on it, said, This is the jeuflirdeeeof'a! tcII'
ATTOXXETI LAW TALLAUASSEE FLA.MA. .; they your pay e
AT Docthcf docthor dear,it strikes that
attention. their rent," not only in music and in the delight RELIGION.-Paying a hundred dollars for me detractor. .-* 1 .'
v .
.LONG A J.B.G.\LBRAITH bare assod Feb.6,1858. 6lySELLING it's a dale of mustard for a little mate. .
tbemselre in the practice of Law. They which they afford, but in ho destructionof pew rent in church, and going there to sleep :i '- I." 'I' :

vifl attend the Court in the Middle Circuit,the Supreme OFF myriads of rapacious insects. As a further half a day every Sunday. r You are' very handsome. jlaid'' a Or It has been .reaWklct-: 1s.gallows .

0oart and the District Courts the tTnited -A.T- protection against predatory insects hang upa SOUND PREACHING.-Condemning, in the gentleman,to a lady. Ah !V* said the lady, was An J1adtaUo.t" v-
States at T.11..1)"H.Ot6ceoppoaiteLhe Conrt. Honse. number'of wide-mouthed bottles, half filled strongest terms, sins of which none of the so you would say if you did not i think'ebV* -. .. p ....*. ..: :!;-.f. ,.f _. SCoVhy efc

October S8. 1$6'. ly NEW YORK COST "jib molasses-water, in jour trees-you will hearers are guilty. II "And BO youwould think," answered he, Ii' ,d ..'5
number of them. fof fT.
catch "
a great 0
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MABRIAeE.-Coming into"possession of a though,should not,say so. a tree I Bll aaaa. It, J 14. .f&feeaL: < Ahart
FOR CASH. TilE, FLOWER GAHDEX.Propagate and hundred thousand dollars;with appendage T" / !

AMBEOTY1ESAND set put Dahlias-plint the seeds of all hardy of a husband or wife.TEMPERANCE. SCOTCH CATECHISM;-Pedagogue-Wha ','- .- .. _;" .
_,. Annuals mulch Roses with a thick, layer Goliath T I ;-- zo'/...
MELAINOTYPES, your ( ." the teetotal was Boy-'Fhemzikle giant whom i QIr(
Administering yo4i'4ntnignToraaa'
THE Subscriber u desirou of removIng from this of leaves from the hollows of the woods, David,slew ,with; .a Wing nod a ,stone. Ped.agogne *' .ei1
Jxsxs sr BAILEY. drunken with flask ; dress to and
e and offers hu entire pledge to your neighbor a yon dcAthl vw .
little soil the to .
over mulching -Wha David
a Tb *
sprinkling was Boy- son about the size _-* 4 ft Vfev..-
jRooois over B.41'jiartr1 Drag Store. STOCK QF MEnCHAXDJZE wind from it transplsiaiEncrgrcent of brandy in your pocket. c5ekb. .
.. keep the Wowing away- of J eSl ..Pedagogue Wha,was Jesse I Boy J

. .. :"T BE Boom,La f* 'beotftor<>aghly refitted- and consistizg part ,l .Oooda* Clothing, Hardware, of all kinds,just as iJtc new BENEVOLENCE to benevolent-Giving institution fiftythousand and allow.dollars -The Flower_.Dumblane._ er: .AYOQDgm' oni taooey..-.1"-gi

4 p 'are sew ia exerjf eat ewdttioafar. the'purpose .8&ddIeI7,4Cat.'. _T' growth is commencing-the only proper time. some i the ladies it-tike tbe m 09 a e10W .night
II1be.. Pnbtii. 'Me iciiUd t..aiL. T j- i 03T ; Clean op*and roll your gravel walks-dress lug your poor old aunt ouoMhundred Collars rtr Why is a dandy like a. mushroom ? -lie can't.sblne.f :' c 4.J : 1.' .", .
Qc&.Z1.1U7, I .- .' iOT. ,TORE ,, FORJASH, for her yearly Because he's .
'. *44 i t.- your bofd !--tie"up: .all herbaceous er.'jng'pIanti support iregu1aisaphend, and biB wasteis ., T. 'i . '._"
-- .''t.*-IT->, -41 -:--Li'Y- -,_- '- a- f'F1"-fia'- ,-'.' -; You cm bo*a bear. Tor Ifttle.money.:A word. to | 't stakes of cypress, or China tree, PIETY. Chasing-lie( :Xalmighty dollar' six remarkably l sleiwter j;bj*. \ isdhiglyrapM.an&bii 'exc h ".,QT' "i'i--ea. .' Qaa ,. 'C: 'z
CALL BOON
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\VM.KCOHN.tt wood, and put everything \triov:for the day in tho week ADd mourning over,the depravity top-uncommonly t\own; l.f Ll .
Bouste Ia?. MePOdflAXL' (HOBBT.. -, .. 1 II'n., of tho world on the seventh, ". dor,. [, ure 0 ofst'.lrtg" rtG'5wMLer. ). \ .
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;. to gold an*: ;to .redeem iheftiafiie*. ;t the The B m a I ;the goods'were landed : ,. '. r Waah.m.' uum _8 ca.7'.. 'r' ., Q"-a_ .,

: ..t Ta .'lc'j..a4 -tt b"r of .cn. stitnte, offered ,by Mr,.Montgmer. ? Pennsylvania b There !. a wharf at t4r ,key which 'ia not :.pN boine 'bt.. .. -: Ul6:12' COJTb. '. .,_, ,oJ._, i

? i t inauguration of,a t whiC provides 0 o of
00tTX .t.A1'..*-. .a.t' aea WMfooA. of ba1i (some believe" they are,)let a profit b with Lecompton bnt&n,prte the con. -U'the flooring strong enough to hold heavy freighta : 4'. ,.\ ,nIL.without electing a.UriUd cat Seaator..'"

.at0 W. the experience of the and sU tall on ; steamerf cafl 'to it It the top of high 'In btiJ41ngba Boston '
Ta"a4vaaeefa -: Intur, :: e\only a b In people and it Our only get roaruwD, Met. April f-iCT>. "tea*trl*&** baa a Utt weaa .tberf WM a
aMrt3aade rcattea. reported laat week. Press_|. : system aa will command No b adopted majorty thereof, but in the event water, and everything must be discharged within arrived with Liverpool data to th. 24th nit i prayer meeting on one floor a boxiagNxliibittoaoa

e .lJ. financial adventures of this kind should b entered it be disapproved, then a Convention is authorised two hours or the veeeel will get aground, and thus The sales of.cotton for the three days.amounted I the next and a'ca11 o beUat-the top. _. "

a. t.. upon witbout a prOI and certain ascertain t fie another constitution, and If that approved lose time which can not be spared; therefore is it to 28,000 bAles of which ,nxwnlatore took 8000.and Death has been' .

.-i..;. ". .. n CNfcm JreJxra. of those neceseary precautions and men. indicted bj Tot of the people, President i directed nccessarjr that goods should b, received within the exporters 1000 bale. All qualities bad advancedan busy among the fcoman tarolajq*
1 te' I twelve bare been
Amrictnews
eighth 0)) to a farthing (id.) but, the called to their Let
,. would direct attention the advertisement by the expcnence of the past, that they mar b by proclamation, to declare Kansas a JtateQ two hours. Specie was claimed for freights' becajtse ebf'CkCdhi buoyancy of the market, which since the beginning( of winter Mefta.
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t tre out successfully. More aDD { the Union. This substitute fur the payments were made us in a .currency on which closed quiet and steady. .
it< The latter, a* we are in. Sea 'l. A Yocriiitu. Cannjkit'
o i .|X&A was agreed to by a vote of 120 yeas to 112 nays.- ?,we: had to rubmit lo I a discount all high as 25 percent The accounts from Manchester.were favorable- > wa tax dl
fe Is a amp1 French Scholar\ and State ConTention. A classification of the vote shows the following : the market for gooda being" : firmer but the tales 4" boy. eleven years of .agVwao .:'

.HfYd li dDeoD aa I an instructress In one of The Madison Satorday last has the would I were unimportant ..tBreadstaffa theb-arnlngof Cot George A.. BajV' rid
XU IAnTuLATIo : To sum up the whole 'matter we respectfully bad and Provisions
.1< gruorNe" HnD, Clnetct following on the subject of the proposed Stale Con- S Yeas, Ka.; ",. state that we are not only desirous of doing were dull a declining tendency in Snrry county, Va..has beta seaUnoed ta i'.'

Court a't Mo'nticello on Monday last, Ten tion: Repnblicans..92 Suthern Democrats, 73 the business profitably, but also to the satisfactionof Consols were Quoted at 97} for money aceoddtLiverpool. "Ob, dear Hr. Tracey you Jest when ,;*.,

Judge eee ftr. J. C. Bates of Wan- "The floridian d Jt of J late date, Northern Democrat, 22 Democrats, 81 our patrons, and will neglect no opportunity to Wt&nttiay, P. .Cotton baa a declining that my baby is the handsomest on.OG tver saw_

ire '\'dn'g after himself lee a ConTention of Democracy of the prp South Americana. 6 South Aierc&s,; 8 meet their reasonable demands. tendency, with sales S of 7000 balea. Breadstuffs yon must be soft-soaping it"
Jrteiahi
acquitting
be held at Montisello, on the first Monday in May, are quietRichardson *
moat creditably before a committee examination, for the purpose of nominating a candidate to fill the Total..o Total; .:. .. 112 Trusting these explanations wnl bo such aa to re- Spence
was admitted on Tuesday an Attorney, tc. Should place of the Hon. G. S. Hawkins, whose term ex The twenty-two Northern Democrats, who voted Jieve ns from the odium of intentional severity towards the weather ia favorable to the ero .. Flour dullat soap of some kind. Ahem."

'the foetor eschew physic, we wish him success at pires faf before a* the the meeting holding of of the the next Cngefl con for the substitute: Messrs. MbKibbin, of California the public, we ire Dear Sir, decline.6d. decline.. Corn of Wheat all deacriptioua dull dull at, at Is.SSa.. @ Is.6d.6d.@ If you would bare, an idea of the ocean in a storm,

the bar. S We concur with the Floridian.'but think the ; Morris, Harris, flhaw, Smith, and Marshal, of Respectfully your ob't. servants 34". Rice quiet Rosin doll a 4al Sd. Turpentinedull just imagine ten thousand bills and four"thousand

-. ettnt J rather .soon. We, therefore, Illinois; English,Foley and Davis of Indiana ; Adrian HARRIS, MORGAN & CO, mountain all drunk, chasing one soother 'ov
"aurl Sprinar. propose the Mondayjn June as the mbst of New Jersey; Haskin and Clarke, of New .. Of New Orleans. newly-ploughed ground, with Iota of caverns la it&
] has indeed. The prop General If ..
The lovely Spring come signs er time, which will give the different .
York Pendleton, Grocsbeck Cockerel!, Hall Ox for them to step into now and then.
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around indicating this are unmistakable. The ple time for holding their Conventions to nominate I'll keep that Carl.I The U. S. frigate Niagara had reached Plymouth.On I .
U to the State and Lawrence of Ohio ; Owen Jones, Hickman and the 3d of April the Agamemnon will commence An elephant once killed Irishman
cerulean the bland atmosphere, the mellow county candidate; appoint delegates have a curl of golden hair, nearly an : fan fopr
ak Convention, dc" Montgomery, of Pennsylvania.The Of value more to me taking in the ocean magnetic telegraph cable. insult offered to his trunk. "The set was nah
breeze, of the birds, the peeping London.
song There is little difference of the six Southern Americans who voted for the Pellisier will be French Minister to
opiniou among in the extreme but it
forth of the flowers-all, all declare it Let then all 5 Than all the wealth or pride of earth, The blockade of Canton was raised on the 10th was imporriblO the Hibernian

be and doing. The gardens must be prepared.The democratic press as to the time when the Convention eulstitute are: Ie8rl Ricaud, Harris and Dais Or jewels of the sea; of February. The Americans and Russian had to resist a nose you could pull with both

up should meet, that we suppose all that have suggested of Maryland ; Underwood and Marshall, of Ken And when I that curl, joined in the English and French demands China hands" .
ladies will now hunting the seed gaze upon
b up hag and Gilmer North Carolina. Ve'i was at Kong bound for Calcutta. ,
other than Hong
any day the first Monday in June, tucky;
I think of Gen. Walker
the
culling over for planting. The flowers, days gone by, Advices from St. Thomas state that Santa Anna filibuster, is at present in Mobile
n will cheerfully yield their and adopt the The remaining eight southernAniericani. who voted -
exception of babies, the (delightsomcEt in preference Of him who was so good and kind, had arrived there en route for Mexico via Havana. where hla presence seems to excite no curiosity
ting made the the substitute and for the Senate's bill
suggestion by Columbia Democrat and against
But alas! bad to die. whatever.
the should have their prepared I The steamer Fashion seized tie-
word t eulttat concurred in the Let it are Messrs Hill and Tri of Georgia Eustisof ;p.'o J. by
as by Mcnengcr. : ppf ; little
Government
with and softest But we ao\.c This cxirl I will spcure, and sold at ptfblia auction, ia ngV
ricle tould be understood, then that the in Juneis Louisiana Anderson and of Missouri WASHINGTON, April 2. The Senate to-day refused
jirtt Monday: ; 'Woodrn ; it Mobile run
And keep by always, fitting up at to between that.
roust not atop to particularize. to concur in the House amendments to the Kansas port and
Cheerfulness and animation are manifesting themselves the day agreed upon for .assembling of theConvention. Maynard.. Reedy, and Zollicoffer of TeonC se. Because it will remind me of bill, and returned the bill to the House by a majority Galveston.

around the farmer'a _hearth-stone, yea, every The thirty-one No-thern Democrats who vote The cenes of other days. J. C. 11.TALLAHACSIE of nine. S The camels continue to do well and
"We notice that the Fernandina .JVViM. in on article with the South against the substitute are: Messr", In the House the deficiency bill waa. discussed. approve the
The numberless long faces which, for a April hat, 1SG9. policy of their naturalization. Lieut
.here Beale
complimentary to Judge Hawkins, (which we ALl, Dew art, Dhsraick; Florence} Gilli!, J. G.Jones, Both Houses have adjourned until Monday. hal
few months like horrid spectres,have appeared, been heard from on the Colorado River late *
aa
pst have mislaid should be here Landry, Leidy, Phillips and White of Pennsylvania a
or i reproduced ,) pro Rei) Editor florida Republican : Prospective Hesnmptlon In Virginia.
we hope dtpar The prospect are January 28th on his journey homeward. Both
1i
and there is room in abundance for briihtening enterprising posesjo diopenje with the Convention, and to re- ; Arnold and Bishop,of Connecticut; Burns In your issue yesterday, \ noticed a communi- RICHMOND, Vi., April 2.-The Legislature to-day men and camel were doing well, and the latter
Cominat J the present incumbent by acclamation.We .- and Miller of Ohio; Cochrane, Corning Hatch, catiofj oter the si na tare of Paul Pry," of date passed a bill to compel the banks to resume specie endure ,

and 11'i are glad to see this! suggestion on the part of Kelly, Mnclay, Russell, Searing Sichl Taylor lId the 2Sil February. In this communication, your payments on the lit of May; and also a bill to com the cold a* bravely as the heat.
I' reiterates a charge made in a former the banks to redeem their notes in
S correspondent pel independent English barristers have ludicrous
the the reason that it is a contra Ward, of New York ; Gregg, Hughe-and ??iblackt a habit of Wen
Credit and In Fl rlda. .Yeu for forcl,1e I from the Ex-Gov. ,
CUlncT.-Uankltg communication same pen against specie in Richmond or Baltimore,in April, 1849. (?)
The recent commercial convulsion, which, -commencing diction of I rumor we have heard that our able co- of Indiana ; HUJlcr and Wortendyke of New Jersey Broome, to the effect that the authority to appoint tifying themselves with their client,by speaking hi

in New York, has extended with more or temporary favored the claims of another gentleman and Scott 0* Cu1if'ria. :the commanders of Volunteer Companies had been S Steamboat Casualty-Loss of Lit,. the plural number: Gentlemen of the jury,"laid

less severity to e fry part of the world,has caused for the uom nlton. We do not, however, second The bill passed as a sulJtiutt by the House was delegated to me by Gov. Bronrne. I should have Sr. Loris, April 2.-The steamer Sultan was de a luminary of the western circuit "at the moment
noticed this charge before, as perhaps in justice to fire this Girardeao
the: proposal to with the Con The disagreed to by the Senate by a vote of 32 to 23, stoyed by morning near Cape the policeman says he.saw us in the trap.I will
much reflection and discussion, and led, the dispense
among Hnton I I \-. Broome I ought to have done, but that it was and fifty persons lost their lives by this casualty.The .-
people and legislators of all classes, to the carneEt entire Democratic press of the we beltv that body adhering to the original bill. The rule denied authoritatively by the Floridian & Journal Sultan was bound for New Orleans. prove that we were locked" up in the watch-house

enquiry what can b done t prevent such excessive I with the exception of the News, has expressed de- of the two houses, when a measure thus fail, require I simple desire to ay, that so far as I am concerned in a state of intoxication.

ever in the future. Weare inclined to think I eire that such I boJy should convene, and we have the appointment of a committee of conference. l, your correspondent i ii laboring under an erroneous From Washington. General Scott has i issued orders constitnluga
Acton impression. No such authority was ever delegated WASHINGTON, April 5. The Senate passed Brown'spolice
the Cannes which led to these periodical expansions reason to think thaf Judge hawkins himself epec.t This course will be pursued in the present instance. to me, nor did I ever exercise such authority.I bilLfor the city. The House concurred in new military district in Nebraska called the District -

lie far deeper in the philosophy of the mind and it Bnt fide from this, there are other reasons but i i doubtful whether the joint committee will authorized various persons to Taise Companies, the Senate's amendments to the army increase bill, of Platte, the heid-ejuarters to be at Fort Lar.

the momentum of business pursuits, than any legislation why the suggestion of the JVYira should not be adop I be able to agree upon any compromise. In the : under an order from Gov. Broome, to fill up my authorizing three instead of five new regiments, amie, which is to,be occupied immediately by tea

S can effectually r aeb. The credit system is ted. Ib the first place, it.is against the time-hon meantime, the friends of the Senate billare still sun (and already existing) Regiment." But these Or- and postponed the c consideration! of the,Washington companies of artillery and two of dragoon from
ders to raise companies, were invariably accompanied police bill until after the deficien y bill is disposedof
and civilized life and free institutionsIt c I .tom of the remarked a former guine of success. The Washington Kansas. To companies of
part parcel o ce party. on corrppondec with instruction, to the effect, that when the the consideration of which was resumed. artillery are ordered
grows out o(the" confidence which men have in Occasion, we have never yet had a candidate in the of the Jourazl of Commerce of April 1, writes requisite number of men were enlisted, the compa- from Kansaa to Fort Riley.

the ability and the honesty of each other, and i field who had not previously been endorsed by a I assure you that there is a good chance yet for nies should organize by the Election of one Captain, Connecticut Election. Private letters from France, says the N. Y. Post
the }, of the Senate Mr. Caruthers of I lone 1st Lieutenant antI one 2d Lieutenant, and such HARTFORD, April 6. The Republican candidatefor
better regulated by the good sense and general intelligence regular nominaion-and we may add, we hope we usage bil of the 26th, in stating that commercial affair
Mo., will soon be here. Montgomery)' tubsti- organization be reported to me. This is the only Governor U elected by 5.000 majority. The agree
of the community than bt any code of never shall have. The proposal we are combating tute will be rejected by the Senate, and a conference way in which a Regiment could be raised without Legislature is also largely.Republican. were growing rapidly worse ; failures had mult"

S laws that may be enacted by Congress or State would make Judge Ha'rkin", not the candidate of may also fail to g rt up any bill more accepta confuHor:-in so short a time as was given me- plied, and the manufacturers were suffering ter

Legislatures. In a new country,like Florida, where the par., put forth a Gen. Jackson used to say, ble. The Administration then expect to be able to Do me the favor to give this a place in your col Idatrket Reports. ribly." Prices of silk continued to decline.

j tbere but little capita], some legislation may be by theimposing toice of"deegat s fresh from the control four votes, if no more, and that Dumber will umn. Very Respectfully, NEW You:, April 2.-Sales of cotton 300 bales. the failures is house
i Among prominent a at
be sufficient to turn the scale. Your ob't. servant, Middling Uplands 11}cents. Flour firm, with sales Lyons
needed t encourage credit, but in a country more people, but the candidate of the newspaper press, The Lecumpton men lo not (confess a defeat jet, ST. GEO. ROGERS. of 12,500 barrels. Wheat steady. Corn firm- doing business in this country. whose liabilities are

advanced in ita settlement and having an adequate I? king, it is true, in the name of the party, but and they still expect after the failure of efforts for .- 4 sales 40,000 bushels, white 70} cents, and yellow between two and three million francs.

t supply capital legislation, we think, is better with no positive certainty of truly representing its a compromise between the two Iou c to cafry the THE ll'mF.'iR BANK of GEORGM.-It may be ex- 69} cents. Turpentine dull at 48 cts. Rice quiet .

employed in applying a check instead of a stimulusto wishes. As one of the democratic organs of the whole Senate bill. pectett of us says theBainbridgetArgus, to say something NEW You, April 3.-Sales of cotton to-day 2,000 IB Ute Seuite--
Slavery
President itateJ after tbt result bales with market Flour firm and advancing
toon a
credit Slate, we repudiate the right and the desire thus Tlt was farther in regard to the Jres t ma e known to him, that this was not then.l of this bank although e have informed the public with sales of 9,600Larrels, at an improvement From the Correspondence of the Baltimore

Paper currency has been much extolled by its I present a candidate. Furthermore, to adopt the the matter, and that the Senate 1 ill iniel.t; yotj.passed. .*.- through our columns that its bill were not currentlure. of from 5 to 1 0 cents per barrel Wheat firm, with merica& "-* ser et the notice of 10m.

friends and greatly abused by its enemies. has I proposal of the J.cr, je to set a precedent which may have heard several Democratic member* ",ales of 15,000 bushels. Corn firm. Turpentine e following

been chniged upon i that it produces the much I deprecated work injury hereafter. We may not always be as say the same thing. I/r. Mefcheen and II. H. Iltibbor.'l-, we are credibly I fctei
willing to re-elect the incumbent and The Washington Star of the 2d is equtily san in'ormcd, are no longer connected with it, the 5'2i.. Rice quietCHABLdiox one of the Senators from Louisiana.
fluctuations cow
in the business of the ;
country 8
3 1 P. M. Cotton. Sales today I
latter gentleman wht held a controlling amount of April --
which from time t time prevail In truth, how should such a thing happen, we shall then. experience guirutIt says: its stock hating dispcfd of the charter of the insti- lO'O tales, at 10 to 12 cents. Thefe a good Mr. Benjamin speech of great eloquence an I

the is but email the evi1ofhavingdipensed in a single .We have persistently assured the Slr'!readers who understand demand. Prices unchanged. power,reviewed tbelegalrelations slavery under
the ,
ever, paper currency a part of tnce tution to a Northern Company, we the Constitution of the United StateThe Rinses
with the formality of a nomination. In that i is destined to piss the Honse n' was orig- transforming it into a cat 6f the wildest CHAEUL&TOX, April 5.l P, M-Sales of cotton today -
regular
great of credit It is the immense amounts purpo he said had again evoked the bitter hostility
system tent down from the >cnat< The H question -
inaly legislation be 1000 bales, at to lit cents. There a fair
Its blla
and roving ae to redeemed
cf individual credits and individual notes, expandedfar timt gore by, the Convention usage las contributed yesterday makes us doubly sure of the fact, which moot in New York&pocies.and circulatede- the most demand, at firm and hardening priceiMOBILE. of the North to the institution slavery.! UDder -

beyond the limits of safety, and not the sum of a much towards preserving the integrity of the is fully realized by all the opposition leaders aroundus remote and inaccessible region of the great West, April 2.--Sales of cotton to-day 2,500 all the.pretexts and disguises with which it .
be concealed this
Democratic and in for it such who comprehend what the majority of forty.two bares. 31iddfing 1 1 cents, and firm. Sales of the was sought to hostility formed the
bank notes or bank credits, which cause the flcctnationa. party, insuring unparalleled where the telegraph anal the smoke of the locomo- real motive of the eo ]
the of the Bill motion opposition strenuously urged
vote the
against rejection on week, 28CDO. and receipts 11,650 bales, againsf
California, without banks and without paper tuccces, as any other cause-and the day of Mr. Giddinij, the are wholly unknown and through the interlocked against the admission Kansas as a slave State.-
really means.
time decrease
interminable forests it i h 2,500/ same last The at this
who year.
of '
branches ,
-
currency, .\experienced wilder and more ru- that usage is departed from, an invitation is given We. trust these expectations will be realized, but presumed they cnn never e tied tbt ir way back to point is 8,3-fO bales, and the stock 132,000 bales. In subservience to of this the land spirit had it been was, that the and Supreme -

S mona fluctuations within- borders than other to the restless and aipbitioue to become "eturnp MOBILE. April 3.-Sales of cotton to-day 3,000 Judiciary arraigned
be
it any we conftw to incredulity. the individual who issued tbeii. Thus it will maligned on the floor of the Senate. To this criticism -
SLt ic the Union, and a great number of examples! candidates," and thus insure its downfall,or at least seen that, unless the charter ii repealed by the leg- bales. iliiMlinglll @ Ill cents, with a firmermarket. and to this vituperation be purposed to reply

might b cited, by those better informed than Our- insure the introduction of such disgraceful j jealousiesand A letter from China estimates the los of lives i lature, we are to have saddled upon us an institution .ORLEANS Freights dull and 2. unchanged.XLTV Sales of cotton. 2.500 in such terms aa the occasion migMseem to demand.To
April -
selves ahow that alternate animosities as to render it impotentfor the bombardment of Canton which will forever hereafter impair our credit do so it would be.necessary Tor him to vindicatethe
t seasons of inflated personal by a from 5(01 to and materially injure the reputation of our town. bales at irregular prices, and a decline of $ cent.- legality of the decinoi made by the

prosperity and terrible depre< ion in the rnducfrial good. 10,000. The bombardment lasted about thirty 4. Middling 11| @ 1IJ cenfsl Buyers demand are Court in the ease of Dred SSott Supreme

interest of a community,are dpeent upon many The Montgomery- -- Amendment. hour I THE Dtll'OLA5..o. LL_._'_FF.RE' 1_.:__ .l.:._Mr.__ .1.Smith. "I'.u.of Virginia. D.h, 43,500 duction.bales.ljSs_ The of the stock week is 44,500 428,000, ,and and receipts the decrease He denied the proposition that aLnrery waa. al-
ctbef contingencies besides the circulation of Bankote& - in a gpeecn aenvereu uy nun iu me iioi e 01 jejrwentative > ways the creation of local and positive etatnte. At
Washington Union, speaking of the proposed The New Orleans Steamer *, on Friday, 26th ult, stated that a at this point 18,000, and at all ports 183,000 the date of the Revolution slavery waa the common
I balc-5. Freights on cotton to Liverpool -d.., and
member from the State of Illinois had informedhim
law ofthe thirteen colonies. It had been established
amendment to the Kansas bill Mr.
by Montgomery, For several months have
We regard; however, with favor the policy of past many complaints I that a conference had been held by the Democratic Sterling 107. in them Great Britain and in
supplanting during periods of and prosperity* of Pennsylvania, says i is essential-! different from been made, at intermediate points on the New I members of the Illinois delegation, at the NEW YORK, April 5.-Sales of Cotton to-day, ,against their by remonstrance. The, importation, some eases of

of a paper by a large peace supply of the that proposed by Mr. Crittenden in the Senate, in- Orleans and Key West Mail Line, respecting the commencement of the session, et which it was agreed 12. O bales-market dull. Flour dull and declined, slaves into the colonies was at first royal monopolybut
currency precious with sales of 7,000 bbls. Wheat qui t-.Corn buoyant -
asmuch it only provides for sending back the that the only course which Judge Douglas could the tradesmen and
metals a ne mail and other service rendered by the steamers subsequently was opened to
at .circulating medium. This will do and -Lie returned to the'enate, was to ; with sales of 40,000 cushels; Southern White
Lecompton constitution t be voted on by the people engaged ; which complaints were communicated to pursue oppose 70 @ 72. Turpentine dull at 48. Rice dull merchants of London, who never cue-id to stun the
something,though comparatively but little in check the admission of Kansas under the Lecomp1 of Parliament with their clamor until this
'
of Kansas, and, in the event of its rejection, for the AUGUST*, 5.-Sales'of Ctton light Good ears commercial
ing undue expansions and contractions of credit; lon. D. 1 Yulee, at Washington, who addressed Constitution. The member of the delegation referred April privilege had been conceded to them. In .'
the formation of another constitution, but provides letter to the contractors recitiiVg the causes of I to8S Mr. fJrriithe suecessoi1 of Col. Richardson Middling to Middling Fair brings 11J @ 11 J. that
But in the
it will likely do more by way of example, in I MOBILE 6. -Sales of Cotton laT this way it was slaVery was planted colonial
April 5,000 -
also, that the State be admitted with this from the fifth district of Illinois-who at of and \thtn tn
their 1760
second and immediate attention England.
may complaint, inviting dependencies ,
leading the community t imitate the public authorities the time the statement was made by Mr.Smith was Middling \\\. :Market active and firm, with large
constitution, if the people of Kansas adopt it, thereto which forth the cornmiinici.ti6n South Carolina protested agaitiat the importationof
c following
in cautious and l.'d Marshall of Illinois denfed export enquiry.
.more sparing use of their not in his scut. Mr. her Governor end threatened
credits. The present a much more favorable period by the simple proclamation of the Pre.ideot Thus, of sufficient importance .to lay before the that my such conference had bUn ht'loJ During CHARLESTON, April 5.-Sales of Cotton to-day vt"1 with; removal' in case was reprimanded 01 future opposition to-

i I the President is authorized (if, under the constitution : the wjision of the next day other of the Democratic 1,900 bulcit. Market firm at full prices. the traffic. Even late 1775)'aftei) the first .
than ba occurred before for public as aa
ever enlarging YORK Sales
NEW April 6.- of Cotton to-day
menliers from Illinois took occasion to it,
of the United States, he be deny blood had Seen shed in
can ) NEW YORK 30th March Revolutionary struggle
1858.
,
by the probibiSoa of the circulation of small notes, 8 authtze when Mr. Smith repeated his statement, and called 1,000 bales, with a quiet mark'et. FJour dull, sales
colonial had declared
the thai the mother
to adopt in advance I constitution which Congresshas Hon. D. L. YriK, 7.obbl3; State and Ohio slightly declined, but secretary
the of o2r" cietallic currency, because upon Mr. Burnett, of Kentucky, to state if he had could.neveiaflowthe colonies to check
pproz never Kern and cannot know be Republican, Southern is unchanged. Wheat firm, sales 28,000 or preventthe
t J) not received the same information from Mr. Morris.
gold have never been before in Washington( C of slaves. Soe1J. then the
large importation waa
iver s and to admit a State into the Union under it without Dear Sir-In answer to rfie objection, which} This J.to'an, attempt at an explanation from that bushels ; Southern white f 1 85 @ $1 45. Corn non law which this
prevailed subject under -
and
increasing Business f i ia firm with sales of upon
supply. *>, many and Mr. Burnett then confirmed, in all 15,000 bushels Naval stores
the action i if either of the House the Sen- gentleman,
on or have against the method of doing bu-i- the jurisdiction of Great Bntain.
points of the been a great extent you urged its material points, the statement made by Mr. dull
count. t ate. We have neither time -make By the celebrated! Atiento contract the British
broken and reconstructed nor space to any ness on the Florida Coast, have t say-In extenuation Smith. CH IRLESTOS, April-Sales of Cotton 2.600 bales.
up, on new foundations had secured the of
i Government right importing
extended comment on this amendment, but consid- of the apparent irregularities, that from the .- The market closed at \ a J c advance on Fri ay's
rendering the change in the more slaves into the Spanish American colonies. When
and currency ering the emphatic manner hi which the oppoMtion nature of the harbors along the coast of Florida and JOHN VAN BI-REX-THE STAY OCGLA.Jobn quotations. question was raised as to the legal status of the
contractions in the circulating
easy, preventing any CHARLESTON, April 1,1 P M.-Cotton--Safes today
medium, which may happen,from exertingany have pretended t didIf the President of late, it occasional low water on the bars, we arc forced to Yen Buren recently said, in a convivial speech : 1500 balea extreme, figure 121 cent Thereis Africans thus reduced to slavery the judiciary of

influence the relations of seems to us that the confidence in him which they cross them such time as the tide serves, or else Well\ gentlemen, there is one family Puss got an exciting demand, with an additional advancing England unanimously" decided that negroes were
injurious upon a "merchandise and this continued to be the the
pro back safe irto the democratic *nrt\ to for life. re
stay
manifested their vote for the Montgomery tendency.
)yesterday by I the stf-amera wo' ld' aground and be forced to
ducts and capital:and upon the inte of individual peS It is the Van Buren family; and It Senator Douglas -. I cognised common law of the kingdom until LordMaosfit
amendment is quite remarkable. They leek lose more time than would be agreeable or satisfac to the
*. only knew the long,dreary road he has to travel From Waveblngton.WASHINGTON. yielding prevailing anti-slavery
the volume'of the reduced to give him, to its full extent, a power which, if he tory. With regni 1 to refusing to carry fruit or the deep, roarirg streams he has got to swim his fanaticism, subverted that common law by Liz decision

I paper currency i possetwd it now, would have enabled him to,admit freight, in of its interfering with the horses over, the dark, stormy nights where the April 2. in the famous Somerset case. The force of
eoncqi1ence
acme reduction will no doubt take place in the number SENATE. that decision however. had brOken
,
wind will blow down his tent, and he will be subsequently
Kansas into the Union under the constitution -
Lccouipton of the officers of the steamers
of banka: but this ie desirable rather than oth1 1 private speculations forced to sleep on the ground with the rain pour- The Kansas bill from the House, was taken up, by the judgment of Lord StowelJ in the case

5 enl We shall still have, throughout the country without any reference to Congress whatever.We have to say-that we were forced t order that ing on him in torrents, the high, steep, and rugged and Mr. Green, Missouri, moved that the House I of the slave Grace. That eminent jurist had.held

an ample supply, and it will be only speculating do not mean t ay that this confidence IB not fruit should not be taken on freight t be peddled mountains he has got to climb, the interminable amendments to the bill be disagreed to. that slavery may rest upon catoi and prescriptionas

well deserved, for we have no doubt it i is, but we at retail on the of our steamer in desertwhere there is no wood nor water, he has Messrs. Bigler, of Pennsylvania, Douglas of Illinois well as upon positive law. Mr. Benjamin here
Institutions, and banks ofcttion capital, got wonder find it forced him off deck every got to eros, in 4the road he has taken away from und Pugh, of Ohio, addressed the Senate. The made citations from toe 'dfcislon of Lord S.. and alluded -
and carried borrowers ftd of ntnrtllc1eS t upon by port at which they might touch, our bhipa not being latter made able to the fact that &r.Justice of own
up on by money int' his father's house, he would, in my opinion, take an legafspeeclv; showing reason"why Story our
money lenders, which would b closed. Banks of 'the black-republican. intended.for fruit stall, without rent,to the detriment .- the straight chute back into the democratic' he would charfg j JAf vote and oppose the country, had expressed his concurrence with ita positions.

real paid capital will remain, because the capitalists The editor of the I of those parties dealing in fruit who have a camp." S Hous* amendment. -, .- .
' up i-I Bainbridge .Argus recently local. .habitation, .. ana. a name.:' .e nave. Tit A.a 5"U.tS\n.M 4.li.A.4 ''VU"yiwrn.1 W VU d T.xli VIUI"n'n *_),A*,;<;_:'1LIUU nits.B* VI ft it.U"A The Question was then ant and Mr. Green's mo- Slavery was indeed the.common law of tne wnoia
and money lenders will find no better or paid a flying visit to Madison County, in tii State never dangcis und difficulties of the route he himself had tion was carried :yea* 82, nay 23. New World at the period of its colonization. .Portugal

investment for their fund The time ha gone by I and'on ,his return home, gave a brief ac ount of dealt in fruit or any other nierchandiMJ, and have travelled since 11548 may be imagined, but not de Those who voted irt the negative were Messrs. began the slave trade, and Spain which fostered

when it wa desirable for governments encouri i his trip in which we find the following : strictly forbidden any one on board our steamers, scribed. Bell, Broderick, Cameron,' Crittenden, Chandler, it, acted in what they deemed the interest of
t speculate in Jinj' article whatever, while in our Clark, Collamer,'Dixori, Do little, Douglas, Fessen- their colonies by thus establishing and legalizing
the credit That condition
age system. of society We passed through se\rl villages on mir ro le. t within their bordersIn
S LATEST FROM TUB CoLomno-BIT.STIXO OF LtEL'T.In den, Foot, Foster, Hale- Hamlin Harlan, King, slavery
has been reached in which it i important for government Of these Monticelib was the most attractive. There service- EXPEDITION. appears that the expedition Seward, Simmons, Stuart Trumbull, Wade and further illustratioa of the customary and. traditional .

. S t hold this i check a* much a possible. are several good stores, fine dwellings,net churches As to rt'cs of pAssage and freights" nato cay- which ascended about one hundred and fifty milesin Wilson-23. prevalence of slavery, Mr.B.reviewed the.

. only'danger 5 the abuse of credit and of flourishing thrift and schools., here, and every appear : they are as low1, and in some cases lower, than were th. steamer Jesaup and were obliged to return Abet t-Messrs.Bates,Davis,Dnrkee,Reid,Sumner history of villeinage in Great Britain and the process

efil I in business at the day ance in last prosprty. The recent lire marred, men- charged by the lines of steamers heretofore runningon for provisions, Rtarted'again and guined. a point as and Toombe--6. by which it was gradually extinguished. In
The greatest present one our wtek'l considerably high up as fifty miles below thb crossing ef) the All the others voted in favor of Mr. Green's mo France the gene de main mort were not declaredfree
. have caused by 'bankers, they are appearance of the town, presenting unsightly the coast of Florida, and about the same n uatil In the institution
bn prnt 8 : Colorado to Salt Lake City, where, finding a party tion.An 1779. Spain slavery
ealJed They Earre'famished credits t all descriptJoni ruins to the beholder. We were surprised to seeTallahassee schooners charged before steamers ran on the route : I of Indians armed with carbines,
: of Institutions of this kind, and others little evidence no of further advanced We, and did evincing not 6 further, with mail pay and all other receipts, the a wurlike attitude towards ,the new comers, the to take up the Minnesota bill, after which the Senate to so much of th e Continent was under be
mn Imprvment dicot officer deemed it to return adjourned aegis of thrf civil laifit waa uaneeesirjb say that
steamers have not made yet in the trade commanding prudent
State Stock and individual liabilities several old any money
a tingle new ones un-
upon Were where
b bidifg fW the of the master
without landing, na it appeared hazardous to ascend HOUSE. rights every recog-
, We deliver the mails schedule and
and We to
the Pensa- according *
extend their occupied supposed
tempted"thousand d secured.
J unwisely t further with the force then on the steamer. nil and
cola and Georgi Railroad would have had the ef- hare never failed to deliver them withiu the The House was engaged all day in a debate on In view of thIs gineral'and
: 'uueld nave given great facilities t sharpers yet They therefore returned, passing the iron steamer customary prevalence
? fet t up metropolis of Florid by infusing time p'rescribeeV; the P. 0. We sunk on the sand bar. They had descended to the Deficiency bill. Nothing of interest transpired.An of slavery aa the common law of the American col
swindlers commit their the Department
ravages into the mind life and was'moved and carried before theSenate's
new adjournment
-- .anc t upn public energy I about thirty miles of Yumas, when the Jes- onies,jt followed that positive statute was necessary
have done our to do the business I'I'still
: community,and to desperate speculators gamblers spirit of progfM We were truly sorry t see aUi power struck on a sunken rock knocking a hole in her action on the Kansas bill was officially an for the prohibition rather than establishment of

toengagein s Tilt bswioea with little or no Tallhae at the heel, endowed as she promptly and ntisfactorily; our, captains are in bottom just beneath the engine, and went down, nounced. lavery. Why are any of the original thirteen colonies -,,
., wit 1 many natural gifU and crowned with a trueted be polite add affable,'rendering all Both Houses adjourned e tnTMeinday.. known "Free States r Bteaine they
,capital. oaring r.ry t&l it in the traffic t pos where she now lies : now a* ,
gin of flowers. Her bowen 'w .
&many magnolia sible our patrons, and occasionfor -. have abolished slavery by positive legislative enact,
courtesy
bit any
-
lot i 1.f.rt D t lose.- This and balmy shades should be enjoyed by an appreciative exists t notified I A YorrcRz FOR FlIol..-A German living on i A. B. Noyes, Esq., en't r'd' upon the duties of ment. Without this they would still have remained'
complaint on being we are readyat
state of tiling* been ruinous and and flourishing population. Collector the Port ofSt. Marks Thursday last
S h to'd the bottom lands opposite Leavenworth city, was of on in point of law, alayehoidlng States.- .
iegWm&te5usds-. harntede. an basinets. deep Oar friend of the Argus could not have tarried once to apply the means of coreci n. la an- arrested lately on a charge of having robbed a store We hear that oa .the same day he nominated Mr. Mr. Benjamin then proceeded to explain the three

; tive and rfBtalUfirctory; led to' agonizing' long i Tallahassee, or, wUJe here, must have confined swer t the publication dated Tampa, Fla., 22d at La Cross, Wisconsin,last summer, and on searching ThOs. Barry as Deputy Collector. The nomination provisions of the Constitution of the t'n1te4Sttes

r the ndereIllng of the inddttrtoos and hit observations the several old unoecu January, 1858, wherein complaint 1 made against hls( premises, $',000 worth of the booty wasftniad'ia is a good. due-and will be pretty generally acceptable with respect to tie laallUitioa of siaerirepIyI4t
555 t t t to the citixenaof Wakulla, Wahdla
his trunk. lIe was taken by the United T\w specifically to the arguments ef. Ueffts.Jes na o,
4 prudent realized meant : adulterations and tenantless" houses he of the line for failing deliver freight on one occasion -
man working on t
; t speaks teeing. Bute's Marshal of Wisconsin, and shackled, and con- April Collamar, and SewanLsj reyreWing the speech of
,,and all Mad*of tricks and cheat*in everyrftmificaUon pe he walked among- our I magnolia bowers and have to explain, that the Steamer Atlautio. .teyed'on a* tcatuer down the .Missouri river. On S the last named pastor hetoqk occasion pay a

i? basinets; 1 that only a*few unuauaDy"dexterous balmy shades," the evidence decided "Improve.ment" arrived at TAmp with A large freight for the Quarter ." ,'tht"way, m the steamer was running at full speed, &. Join's BAE.-We are truly 'gratified to lam'that warm euloginm to Chief Justice Taney. and depr-

'or"-fortunate, or'who were $in possession would not hare o lading; or had he ){ and some for the citizens ;.he escaped by jumping overboard with two lifepreservers Capt. Willey baa eommenoed operations theliar cited tlTh 4tt1tZ8' aTrtaYosHy and virulence with
atr
r : in good earnest During the week eleven which the had been attacked., .
while the Marshal had him natijoil judiciary
to get
' of ad vantage*fat conducting a* a fraternal call,.we hv pointed of the place. The Quarter:Master, after some delay, gone vessels the
jl given cut a drink. Whether he survived or was drowned,d.- pasted over Bar., eight which. number Recurring.BrTfly to the;pending Kansas:question,?.
4, crailre could'hope tothrie.lioflcstly out t him, not "a single new building" bul several sent a steamboat after his freight, when Capt Talbot -' ,.pends altogether upon the weight of his Irons, and .drawing over eleven feet Not a doubt can now be !.- be urged in favor of admitting the State oa her

, ,enlerUlnlng the foregoing sentiments that have been erected,within a short time tried to prevail on her Captain to take the other the.buoyancy of the life preservers. No sign of him entertained as to.the complete success of Capt..Willey's present application. The Senate had offered,scarce-,

the) conclusion foUoiri-necessarily, that we are opposed enough, at all events, have satisfied him that Tol freight. for but without Capt. .could be perceived in the river; as it was at night' experiment, and we expect soon to see vessels ly more than year ago, a means pacification ia.the'Werf
&ucce8
t Tamp -.. entering our port drawing fifteen feet '.. Jack* known "Tftomba bill.- That bad I***,
the atabPthmeat-of & nklng ] sce Ii' not .'down the heel" as beseems Talbot then get I lighter. to take It, with 'tmrilh Jlor that time whs .
t Inlltu 1b qut 1 a I, trtd t Goon NEWS.-We are happy to be able to state RcWc.s.! ., .1",4 scorned by the Bepubllcaa party at ;
: tloosin O&wtppbe of to imagine.' _like ill settees* After wa tngtree'dayut Tlnp 'wlth certainty, that Col. Sanderson, the President S -- ., -:' turdUypersistedTrf having the Topats OCt1)t) *

! rqpretg f 'BO'confidence the Atlantic'was obliged t leTe,,without lnding of the "Atlantic and Gulf Central, Rail Road Company Vice Presldent.Breekeoridge Washington I tion nothing; They spurned th n the preUrt,a'

k b 1 W boR-culation Mon Vawo-c.-Elght.-hundred, dolIr which 'the rtferredto, far order, to 'fulfil' the'requirement ," has succeeded, in purchasing thousand to take hie family Southward. .4 ballot'waa taken' of Congress, and b was opposed to gjraatJagjatj;
bfUD'rte raised Loulirille for fret '- toniofRaIIafortbatRoa4'wtti-ro1ling st.ockitc. in the Senate otf ,Maday for .President pro Urn., 'what bad th2*b4* 'deliberately rectad, *! -
3 | liaUnUct; yeN *' 'b. purpose i of the mail.schedule .:at ports oaihecoait. that of that body aod Senator. wbsD H wai 1-soubt-tnkesp IllYtslavsrisgliUa
I b .Se b te We also learn be has,made arrangement by FltxptUkkoi,Ala., was ;o ;
4, '. 't- pnr State.wllfdiseounKo and not used, have jurt.been appropriated t the .. We bv contracted with 1f agent at which,he will probably be enabled to M pr. the elected, lving-lireoty.clg. rotet of fortyOMcast. Wills. refrecttu th ezt F-

(: Mount Ternen fund by avutenf'tbat-e1ty,' t6 hare rteanflxwt ready4.in'arrIsl. our tdetbtk l Itr( .t S


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:4 I. & ,Smm: r Goods. !!!. KONTICELLO, FLORIDA.: : AnHftftRft by"the STATS_cf OB6 1 ,
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TKB GS2AT SpGIlSH EEMKDY. ..' in, BATS KtaUto'vtaLttocs or -..,.4- __ .. Oit TIk'1' *SMI SM44BLI.E
\ U t'ILL8.' PRINCIPAL pleased to be able In nn- Only SO.OOO Numbers-S.2 88 Prizes! WooToL.! ,
ux C1ktk IiiD SPRING ANDSUM&ER GOODS / PIE ., O
that be has ti.jjnged as assistant JMrPAUIKSO& r : {Jl ;rLI

111-m piaripio. f Bit J..a.r ', M Per Sampttm, from Ke York : ,'n' teacher of !lrtl(? and varied experience, MOEfe TIIANTpfcieH TO BTSET KIKE TICKXTSCM : .t a. .,

cfraw7 Co eM Qat .. and a graduate of Christ College. Cambridge. Ticket con Draw three Prizes FOR $10 DOLLARS after Moaday.U.Mml JtffjwiU lj1T. .
Olfan4 *
nil I'l IMnrr lit.iik* eon.ot aUto LADIES DRESS GOObtl Tue high rank his pupils have invariably taken at 0 ( .r-

.pa aM bagiro6.eut.. watch tin..fenute College, is 6f itself the best practical commendation. Capital!Prize 880,000 THE following &
b dbj-. It modtnle aH CXCMI cad.nm nl A HATS 4 CAPS, 'B He is, however, permitted among others to refer to I Co, Managers, oflie: Sparta Academy Lot- ."lJI..J/ .>. t

II bftnmiDBti ad a $*e4y cur may to rUd ecu BOOTS AND SHOES! ,' Senator Hnmmohd, of South Carolina.Mrs. : OF .SINGLE "iUBERS tel), in each of their Single Number Lotten8'for leave: TalUhaLftvt i&i.
n.y.iN.PLA"i .. .
ro AXXlrft ULDIX3 RHODES, (reict.if| the late Rev. Mr. Rhodes April. 1868, at Augusta Georgia, ia public, OBdw 4 .1u.
IrARD-W ARE AND CROCKERY
I '.Arrl'Y. a' St.Katte:.........I ;
a.rcuL.f1 Rltd. It win Ift a hwt time twin on U sh1y of this Circuit) will assist in the Female Department JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY.J. the suprntendeneeofConu.s.ioueia. o '
period with rfolrltT.jKjhlwtde SUMMER CLOTHING 1 Mrs. SMITH, an experienced nnd successful .inf rue- -- -- 8LJWh'...i ii.:.. ".tSI1ea
Plantation Goods Mitting Groceries &e which gy UTIIORITY OF THF STATS OF OEO. CLASS 9, Arrive at Tallalmaaass. ".1I .. 4.0 t$ 1f"**
,price One Dollar,been th.eorsrai&eal Stamp we tress bas charge of.(he. Musical t'partment. {- ( :
rfCnst Brttila to prerent emintarfetu.CAUTION. will ell 'on the root reasonable terms. Board may be obtained atCol. Blac1 ul'll' ,s10 -' Draws Tv be Drawn in tbe City Augusta Gm, b public. And oo Sundays'wben"fIt\fIMt7"W' H rlfWiJl

Or Give us a'CAtL.co per month, and at :Mr. Qeo.Taylor's, an excellent.private .. CLASS LL, 'April 1st. 16S8< On Saturday April Wi 186*. the line of Mail Steamers p1.1 'biI. 'T-

IVM rnjl should obe taltea by femilM daring the Bnt EODGJCJ8S. SCOTT & POOLE. bouse one mile from the villnge, at $J O. CLASS MM Draws April 15th, 1868 J lean, Key West and H.svauabI44i arrrre af,.io -

'month of Pregnancy,ml the} ate litre to bring on MUiirrUc AprHlB, 1868. 10-tf For further information in regard to course of study, Tn public, at Macon. On. under the sworn suprintendeucs CLASS 10, dart from. Marks oo the l5th. aid.. Wtfi:' 4i''n .
*,but at any othef time they are safe.la I rates. & '_ apply to the undersigned who will l for- of.E. C. Bulklev and Joseph Waterman, I : i 8 't"* > -," 'i'Jf"I
T. be Drawn in the City of August, o a., ia public, I On PertMcoIa Rotuf M-hl .
aH ease Kervons and Spinal Affection, Pain in the WI r I a Circular. W. O. GIRAUDEAU, PJ' !. E3ll. and Umbt Fatigue on light eXtortion Palpitation of I Aprils, 1858. 14-Cw On Saturday, April iOtA 1868. train will be run on Uoodayv'WodiwedajtTallahassee ,.a&FZ1days -
jack affect B: A: AHN1STOCK'SVERMIFUGE ___ __ _u Prizes Payable Without Deduction. : .
Heart Hysterics and White*, these PlUs will a 01.
till .I'
care wben all other mean bare failed,and although t pow. Pure Zinc White; CLASS 11, Le-'IYe ...... ......:'..". 7' A.:1t
grfal remedy, do not contain iron,calomel ahttmony, or any SCHEME : To be drawn in tbe City of Augusta, Ga, In pulJietOn Arrive at Station No. I (Walker1 HOI,). a.ao L LLeaY.

lainf hurtful the constitution. .(GROUND in prepared LINSEED OIL.) 1 Prize of . .. .. . ,$50.000 Saturday April \ltk, 1868. Station No. 3. ....... ....,.. 9 A.)

Full directions accompany each package., Sole Agent for AMIS AO VUBBODT IOBIN VE have jnst reetived a fiesh. supply of this newT 1" . .. .. .. 10,000 Arrive at Tallahassee... .... ...-..10.40 A.1L

ialUutted 5tatH and Canada, JOB MOSES, wct. f and beautiful White, direct from tbe manufactory 1" .. . .. . 5.00Q CLASS 12, A HACK ]leaves S*. Mark oor Jrririlcf tb TrsJa

(Lute I. C. Baldwin & Co.) Rochester, N. Y. CtoLDRSSr JLlfD ADULTs CTCLDDIVO, 'nd offer .i i it to the public wiili! most perfect 1" . .. .. .. .2.500 To be drawn. i'a the City of Augusta. Ga. in public, for Newport and returns b time to ooMct with the.

1!. B.-11,00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any author- TA3B confidence as pls.t's"il nil the qualities which render 1" .. .. .. . 2.000 up Train to Tallahassee .

Ited .Agent will icsore a bottle containing CO Pills by return WORMS. i i3JTAIL a pfl'nt! ftwif dexirablf, \iz : Its incomparable 1" .. . . . 1.000 O-tSqtvrday, April 24th, 1857 Fare from Tallahassee to St. Marti .... .$1,00'

.ail. FZIOE 25 C1'I.tuP''UZ brilliancy of Color,freedom fiom nil owonoiw qualities 3" . 500. 1.500 ON THE PLAN OF SIN OLE NUM 1.'RS. to Station N..l; ,,Pea.4 ..

Edward Barnard,Jn, Sole Wholesale and Beta IOU n tD iOiipropritort, -never injuring; the health of the workmen. or 5 .. 20. 1,250
For sale by cf 5AS: PRIZES ; Ge.R. R... ..... .. ..... .:. ...... 69.
!!Agent for Tallahassee. J. 8. M. Davidson Sole Ag"nt 8. JL FAEirtSTOCX Co, I PttttbwfK N. inmates newly painted "purtment.-itll durability 1 00" . }(.o. 10.000( Pare from Tallahassee to Station No.2 Pea.4
AD f PhUMeJpWs Ps. in the must exposed situations, and its great ruptrioriiy NEARLY ONE PP.JZE TO EVERY NINE TICKEUTStMAGNIFICENT ,
IIO" . O. 5.000
for Qulll' B. A. FAHNOTOOI HULL A Oo,Mtir-Tork City, to H'fiitf Lead in all the various uses to which} --- ------ -- --- Oeo. R. R... ... .. .. ... .......... 871
SOOO .. 15. 45.000 .
February 6, 1868. -11 Fare from Tallahassee to Station No. 3 Wal
the lattfer has heretofore been applied. For sale by SCHEME! (
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 51 CUFF ST. Approximaion Prizes : ker'. Mill)... .. .. .....-. .............1oG.
If your Hair i* Bank, AMES, & LIVELY. TO BI DRAW EACH..SATCRDIY iNvMARCII!
BvofrsspictitIsdu3ei.alytrY&ffitn. 4 Prizes of 125 to ? n.ooo) .. $500 Tb Iron ia not yet l laid tn Station S' WaKcc'S '
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Hair BettoratlTe.ITyocrBairUOray April. .
Wood's OO
Use Prof. $70.00tl1 Prizes of. .i?
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1 Prize of. I
the loltUli sfth ume to be for you pret the Mill, but win be In March and k its
-- 4" 50 to 10.000 . 200 SI 800 ) early a Depot
Onto g *W s B. A yjjwraoq'a TBIXUTJBSI I I 8 1 II . sO.MO 4 s3.of consJruction! to be time
Notice to Contractors.TREASURY 40 to 6.000 . 320 j>roc completed bjUh
Use Prof. Wood's Hair Betor U> 1 II . 0.000 4 700
12" 25 to 2.500 .. 300 'I the track reaches tha point selected, the S tit MO.Freiyhti .
IT TOUT Hair is Thin OFFICE. )1.TALI.Aii'r. l ] 1" . 5.000 4 II . 600 ..
b. Hair Bertoratlre.XT AMES & LIVELY, 21" 15 to 2,000 . 360 -
Prof.: Wood's
6t 0
., Match 25. 1858. 5 1" . 4,000 60" ,
I Peiuaeola t Rilrdi
20" charged on Geom
Sole for Tallahassee.A 10 to 1,000. 200
Agents
are Bald, SOO
you PROPOSALS are invited until 12 1" 8.000 60" .
. Use Prof. Wood's Hair Bestofitlre.If prill 0,1868. 15-iy I SEALED M..the Sib of April next to ic-pai.it -- 1" . 1.5UO 100 12& I 1858_ to It paid o* delivery of good f
3286 Prizes amonnlini to. . .$115.130 IST' MARKS
bare Ileatacbe, 100 I FRO TO 't at,
Kerrons .
yo the wood woik (except the ExvcutiTe Chamber! the 4 44 1,000 230 .
Use Prof. Wood's Hair Rc toraUy. Cotton bale.. .... .. ...T.dTJOj1t J
United States Mail Fla Couit .suid the of State's per 81.
Supreme rooni Secretary j Tickets $10 ; Halves 5 ; Quarters 2 50. Approximation Prizes. I icof
If bar Dandruff, I _.. TobaceoiuBoxeeper IOU Ibs.Com u 4
you office.) with three coats of paint: and to whitewash the -- -
Use Prof. Wood's Hair Eeatoratlre. Port OfFicE DE'Attnr T. )l outside of the LIckIrk of the Cujjiiol, the Lost I' The 3.000 Prices of $15 will be determined by the 4 Prizes of $tOO appro'g.to $70,000 prize"are$1.6O0 and other grain in sack per bushel 10 10 id

March 30. 1858. f ,. 4 300"' 25.000 1,200 Salt sack. .. ..... ..... 402ft 40 40'
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If yon bare Eruption, pure wliit lead" nnd !IxiilcJ oil" to tic used. un.l List figure of the number that draws the $3 ..0P.Oprizl. ( a per
Use Pro Wood's Hair ILestoratlTe. the mails of the Uni I 4 II 200" 10.000 800 I Hay in Bales 100 Ibs. ... 26 25IS
for carrying other maUriiils to be of the best q 'nlity, and tl.e |: Tlr example: If the number drawing the per
If ya desire Glowy Hair,. PROPOSALS rom 1st July, 1858, to 30lh June, work to be done in the best woikmaulike manner. \i ,*rJOO priz* ends with No. 1 then all tpe tickets I 4" 125"" 1,000 600 I Lime., Cement, Slate Plaster and Guano ,
Use Prof. Wood Hair KestoratlTe 18S9. inclusive on the following routes in the Stat Separate Proposals for the maeriilsvill! be reciived | where the No. Ills in 1. will be entitled to |15 If 4 .4 100 l.008" 400> .I in packages per 100 lbs. .. 2$ 15is

If.o. desire to preserve the Color, oi Florida and in the time herein specified, will be hud painters arc rtquesttd to rxhibit ppeci I the No. ends with No. 2, then all the tickets where I 4" 16" 8,600"" 8110( Bar Iron per 100 Ibs. ...... 25 23Allethergoodaperloo

Use Proc Woc'd'' Hair Ite toratits. received at the Contract Office of this Department mens of Wnluut, Oak, Stotic, junJ ot:Lt'q/&ilt.] eol:.ui s. the No. tads! in ?, will be entitled to f IF, and so onto I 6.000 f" of 60'20 are. . 1.600. .. .. .100,000 200 lb..... 10.0 $
prizes
I yon desire not to loose the Color, until S. p. rn., of 81 it May next to be decided on the I C. H. AL'STLV. TIi>a*urt'r.: J O. __ I From TALL.dJI.-iSSEEtOST.dTlO \J, 2. Si

Use Prot Wood' Hair Bestoratirt. following dav : March 27, 1858. 13-St: [Sent cupy ::. ] Frires to. . . .$3 OOOO Cotton per bale. .. .... ... ... .... 2ft '
If yon want a Cheap Article, 6882 From Jnci-snnville t> Baldwin, 22 nrles and j -- ---- Crrli/icatcs of Packages : C.486 amounting ; i Tcbacc in Boxes per 100 Ibs. .... 12-j 1h 60ft

Use Prof. Wood' Hair BestoraUre. ba.k, six times a week. {, Spring & Summer Goods j i Of 10 Tickets RIB sold at the following rate, which WHOIX TICKETS $W ; HALVE* $5 ; QtTA.BT.Ets $ Corn and other grain ia sacks per bushel. 8 523

If yon admire the Beautiful Lock Leave Jacksonville daily, except Sunday, at ]I ) Whole Tk-ke'B . . .|35 00 -.0 O- i'l Salt per rack. .... ., .. ....... ... 25 25
Use Prof. Wood' Hair Bestoratire.IT 6 a. in.; Jut Rcccirfd per Bark R. //. GAMKLE : \i iA is the iLk: 110 Half .. 17 60 I PLAN OF THIS LOTTKEY. Hay in Bales per 100 ]Ibs.. .. lij 12} Ul

yon admire the Beautiful Ringlets, Arrive at Baldwin by 11 a. rn.; \I ) Quarter . . 8 75 I The Numbers from 1 to CO.COO, corresponding Lime Cement, Slate Plaster. end Guano
Use Prof. Wood' Hair Restoratire.Ifycm Leave Baldwin at 12 GENERAL STOCK SPRING AND SUM- j Ii in packages 100 Ibs.. ..12 121 tit
daily. Sunday *
except ;, Batik Note of sound Banks taken at with those Numbers on the Tickets printed on separate per
Wish a Beautiful Complexion, m., or on arrival of railroad train (toni Fer. {j I : MEIl.GOODS. coubiotmg! of Dry Vootli, Croccrici Clicks on New York remitted for prizes.par. I' slips of paper, are encircled with email tin tubes Bar Iron per 100 Iba .. ...... ...121 lIIIIjAllothergoodsperloo
Use Prof. Wood's Hair Bestoratire. SIt():", d'r. I
nandina Ibs. ..... 15 16 |15EDWA'K'D
; in wheel. ,
I I n.t; J.MEGINMS3. !. Addu-fi* orders for tickets or Certificates of Packages and placed one
If yon wish a Face tree from Pimples, Arrive at Jacksonville in 5 hours 3 .
Uoe Prof. Wood' Hair Bestoratire.If -say by March 13, 185S. 11-Ct I t tI of Tickets to The first 457 prizes similarly printed and encircled : HOUSTOPN, ,
p.m. I Small KciciitcsVroTS e"rrln't'dll sdal/ t Saturd.v. I are placed in another wheeL Pre Superintendent.Febmary .
yon wish to appear Young 6888 From Baldwin, by Baiber's Newburgh. Alli- Bonnet ANDERSON t soN M-tnoiitrs. i The wheels are then revolved and a nuicber is 4 -
Use Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative.Ifyou Ribbons Fringes'O'"ET 12,1S5S. 7-3tn
Jr8tor. Little River, Helena, Spring Grove j Macon or Savannah, Ga. : drawn (rom.the! wheel of Numbers, and al! the same : _
want teslimopy overwhelming Columbus Madison Sandy Ford mid Mon- I. Ml\v 30. 1-C7. 22Notice I time a Prize drawn from the other wheel. The i

Bead the Circular of Prof. Wood's Hair Be4toraUT& ticello to Walker's Mill, 146 r ilcs and ctc11" c. .. I". -: -- _______,.h __ -- I. Number and Prize drawn cut are opened and exhibited -85OOOO CiSht
II you want to find it, back times week. RIKBOXS.! J and the Commissioners I "
six a j to the audience, registered by 3,000 Bales Cotton -
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The Depot is at 114 Market sL, St. Louis Missouri. Leave Baldwin daily, except Sunday, at 12 13 Marseilles atd Fl"i-cne SIc; \r i ; the Prize being placed against the number : 5,000 Leon I ITlJE J

\ST It Is alao sold by every popular Druggist Lu the city m, or on arrival of railroad train rom Fer- silk Roucbi'S and Artificial FColtou !.:''>rs, I ,.,. A -- drawn. This operation is repented cntfl all the Prizes I 8 CountyJBonds

t and country. Rand nl\; }'I loge. Marseilles! Braid, i are drawn out.Approximation. UNDERSlGNEDzaafa tAe.fbnowing.prft...

February 6. 1338. -ITSbiJ1 Arrive at W I..er's Mill in 28 hours-Fay by Marseilles Buttons, 1 FLORIDA R. R. OFFICE. ) Prize?.-Tbe two J r3: dJg:: and : to Lis friends and customers viz: .

2 a. m. (allowing one hour to change the Ladies and Misses Parasols. i iI FKEXANDI.VA, March 27, 1858. f the two succeeding Numbers to those drawing the Fit at-He will receive CaVa in paymert for aQ

itos. mails lit Alligator;) ALSO I! ON and after the first day of June next tfo* rates I, first 7 Prizes iiiiLe entitled to the 28 Approximation amounts due him on notes, bonds or open accounts.
Leave Walkei's Mill daily. rxcpt Sunday] at of eight over the Florida RaidroCd will be iu- Prizes. For example : if Ticket No. 11250 I Secondly-Ia the absence ef fiuA. he will receive.

2 p. tn, or on arrival of railroad train Ircm I Ladits. l'oniputlour] S. S. Skirts, j crc-n ed. A. U. COLE. Svp't. I draws tbe $1OOOO Prize those .Tickets numbered I Cotton ID payment for all bonds cotes or open tSr

PORT OF ST. 31AIKS. Tallahassee; u Cn..ilh. I. April J 3. J 8ri3._ _14-Sw_ _. _. 11248, 11249. 11251, 11252. will each entitled to Ci'tv.ts, at its highest market price.
Arrive at Baldwin in 4C hours-say by 12 m: i I LatticeVl.ailebone: Skiiti, I 400. Ticket No. 6.10 draws the 30,000 Prize. I Thirdly-In the absence of Cads and Cotton_ Ke

AEKIVED, (allowing nine hours' rtst at Alligator ) I. Bra>r. S"kiit Hoop. : Maryland State LotteriesFor those Tickets numbered 548, 54'J, 551, 6o2, will each I II will receive to the amount of$5OCO Leon County

AJ'i11. Schr. Wild Pigeon. O'l. arr, New Orleans.f. For forms of piopoeals. guaranty., and certificate Sleel" I APRIL 1858.o I be entitled to *300, and so cu according to the above Bonds kt their market value: in payment of Buetl.r
I
Long Whalebone, Ac.. Ac.Ju I notes and accounts. .. .
be cmDniced in .
instniitions and ti .
3ark Frances Secor, Payne, Xew York. also requirements scheme. i
the contracts, see the advertist-mcut ot January 12, "t iecei\ed and for bale b/ I -o- The 5,000 Prizes of $2C, will be detenruied by the He would inform his friends and customers that

MA.RRIED, 1855. in pamphlet form, at any cf the principal post G. J.MiGlNNSS.March : FUANCE & Co., Managers. I lust figureIf the Number that draw s the 70,000 I his payments for the months of February and ,Hareb

In JeOerson county, Florida, on the 6th of April, by the offices. AAUQNV BROWN 27 1858. 136tLadies I -- Prize. For example, if the Number drawing the !j are very heavy and ll -(eels confident, in coDl de *--;

rev WM. E. Errre, Doctor A. B. HAWKIKS, Warren Postmaster General. PURCHASERS Tickets will bear in mind lint $;'iOOOO Prize ends with No. 1, then all the Tickets. I tion of tb- great .indulgence heretofore. ezteodtsL

county,K o. Ca.,to Miss MARTHA L., daughter of General April: 10, 185 3. 15-4w Dress Goods, &c Lotteries, are drawn by State where the No. ends in 1, wiil be entitled tD f 20. If I j they will ONE nnd ALL come forward and avail
WM. AIUT. I authority and"by a State nffict'r-Itnj all schemes the No. ends with No.2 then all the Tickets where j i thpin ,.lve* of tho inducements offered in thi.'advertisement -
I Jaconet 1bs: i are fvuuiiipd, and, appiovrd by I.im.t" and at leut an amount sufficient to eoalile .
FRENCH U the No. end ir 2 will be eutiiled! to ?20, rnd so onto pay
GRAND RAFFLE. A t 1l1t: i De ill; of al!! L"U'rcs'Ith: etraodinrv, I im to meet his liabilities i ., SboulJ there b>
0.
OBITUARY.- - Bsyadcrc Robes, ''I, ? Prizes for a small Cost of Trv1.et-itil such aTe I: Certificates of Pap.kam be sold at the follow- :i any.I( hope rone) whose circumstances wilI.D9t.-:

Died in this city, on Saturday the 8rd insL, Maj. CIIAS. SOD1e'th.1.n.g N"eoogv Oijandie{ Lawns. swindles. The Manager of the Maryland Lotteries rates, which i i.* the risk : ble them to comply. even iu part I brp, they trill

GOD BOLD, a native of South Carolina and for several years I Plain and Printed Bareges.Enibruidered I present h. Inr:e and fiir schemes as can be made for I Certificates Package of 10 Whole Tickets. .?30 come forward at once, and say 8" close up their accounts

past proprietor of the Ciy} HoteL lIe was a prompt businessman 2000 CHANCES AT $5 PER CHANCE. Swife. b"liu. the price of Ticket ; and persons purchasing in them I: 'I ,. 10' Half .40 :j and make the very beat arrangements in their

peculiarly well quaMed for the pursuit in which be D..ttfod I if they draw a Prize. will certainly! be paid. In the j 10 Quarter 20 power for payment hereafm, that b* may be drawn in Macon. Ga Apii) 20th. 1858. under -
victim of violent and TO Turleton, Nainsook lId Mq'l Mush, i others -dollar invested is much thrown what, to DAVID WILSON.
so
t wu engaged. Unfortunately a ungovernable rvtry S. 10 Eighth 10 depend u upon.
i
the sworn superintendence of E. C. Bulkleyend J j
. White and Printed Briibar.ts.Ifl.ick
i 'I''I'IIW
be and friend. '. : F.b 13. 1858. 1-lf
constant
.
temper was a generous Joseph Waterman Esqa, by Gro de Zurich I --- -- --- .-- i In ordering Tickets or Certificates. enclose the
As the grave nqw covers bit mortal remain, to should his SO.V Black Black Jla/:1Iic'llf Scheme \'ith; money to our address for the Tickets ordered, on re- j
ANDERSON Managers. Alpfica. Grenadine for April. .
noble Cnd disinterested charities his loibles.jlp 4- ,
cover 1 I
many
which will be forwarded first mail. I
t Ginshaiii! Ciilico: I..ausce.. Ac.received ceipt of they by NEW\ GUUDS !I-NEW GOODS !
5th,1S5S. E. JASPER COUNTY ACADEMYLOTTERY' J11t and fur Bale byG.4 II III 02.518 Capifol Prize. I Purchasers can bare tickets ending in any figure they I II !

t Diet in this County, om the 1st int., JOHN WILLIAM I J.MEGINNISSMarch I I may designate. i j FOR THE

t son Thomas J. and Eliza Roberts, aged 8 years and Imonth. 27 1858. 13-61 I GHANl) COSOLJD.iTT. :R.. CLASS F, The List of Driwn Numbers and Prizcs will! be I

-- --- ---. -- -- _.- I Ii To be drawr. in drUimore! City, Apr! 17, I I sent to purchasers immediately after the drawing.J2f FALL AND WIHTEftTRADE.
i -- -- Purchasers will write their
I please signature
S1 Straw Goods, &c; 11 : *V Drawn Itallota! in 'caen "'ackat. ,'s of2G TicteLi...... ; plain and give their rot OfSce. Coua'y nd State.J5P .
tit Slate
To the Ladies By Authority of of Gtorgla.
I I MACXIF10FXT SCHKMEKfok I Remember that every Prize is drawn and

E. DAVIS returns ber thanks to the 1 Negio Man. very likely . . . .!1,250 : LADIES nnd MISSES Bl'inneie, Summer :, 1 (;nllill'rize..r. F..rl; 1G Prizes of.. ..t1. 1 i iI payable in full without deduction. T -
MRS. 1 of Tallahassee! mid the 1 Prize in 750 : and Box Triinned Hats fiT 1 I 1 Prize: of. .. 1JuO 10" . l.r..10 I 5?" All prizes of$lOO) nu4 under, paid immediately #
surrounding .
Negro Panama Hals, 1 1 .. . i2Sl,., 10 .. 1.O
] after the the u-l
country for the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed 1 Piano, Pearl Keys 7 J Oetave . . 500 Canada Stuw Hata 1 ... . . ",(hi\) 10" .. 1,000I drawingc.1Je1'riies at. u I undersigned is now receiving his Stock o/
and begs leave to inform them that ebe has 2 Prizes in Gold, each 0(. 260 'I .. ? II. _...... .. 8.UIJII 100 h .. ... 6110 'I time of thirty days. I THE FALL AND WINTER .
I" .. GOODS .
elll ... ... ... .... All communications confidentiaL
now on band H large and well selected assortment ofFANCY' 5 II. .. .. . .200 I I .1 6.111) 21)0) .411 strictly
Just feciiVe-J and fur sole KyO.i 1 ....... C./ltMJ 64 .. 150I I Address Orders for Tickets Certificate to which wants neither in Quantity, Quality nrS&11.
GOODS. for the springrL5ch she will eell 10 100 I J. MEGI -ISS. ..... . 5.000 fA ... 100 or I
upon th' most reasonable terms. 30" 50 1 h .... 5.1 1f.4 . 1'1) I, S. SWAN &: CO., Augusta, Ga. Embracing for the Ladle,
April 10, 1858. 15 LO" 25 March 27. ISiS. 136tDomestics 5 I'rlu uf.... .. .. 4.111)1 G-I ... 60 tT Persons residing near Montgomery, Ala., or Silk Robes Side Delaia
I a Quillc, Stripe .
S .. .. . ..I10 I 5.3 .. 40
100" a a 10 &c. : .. . .lIr.o 2:1: .. 20 Atlanta, Ga. can have their orders filled and save 'I S. Flounced, .4 ChaUie M ...
I I I1.412 time, by addressing b. Swan t Co., at cither of those Brocade M
t Morris Steinert I Prize.amllIntin to. .. . ..11.1':9.1iSI BayadiereStripes Plash Barep
2000 numbers will be placed in a Wheel from No- cities. '. .
Osimbuinhs, SLeetiajjs and SLirtings. Ti..kll'I .20<\ K elves ?10. Quarter *5, Eighth $2.50 I Canille Robes, .
) 'PEOF.ESSOB of MUSIC 1 to 2000 and UOO numbers drawn out. The first I COTTON Gingham, I A Paekr'r.f5ttok TicLeti1, coit . .' .J320M"st cz:7TicAets: for sale by E. M. WEST, China Striped Glace. Printed Merino Robe;

HAS located in Tallahassee, and will give lessons drawn number will take prize No, I, the 2nd, prize Brown anti Blnx Linn?, i orntv. . .. . .2:1: I Ii Tallahassee Fla. Satin Plaid Poult de Loire, Delaia "
the citirens thereof and No. 2. and so on until the 200 prizes are drawn. If : I II All Wool DelAinMANTLEe'1,
the -
vicinity Furniture
upon Plaiil Dornebtics, plaids . . |i't'2 2g A tat of the numbers that arc drawn from '
Piano Melodeon Guitar Flute Violin, and the he party drawning the the less Negro 16 or the cent.piano, prefers, Blown and lead n,li.>red Jean, I. Tinsnrs des'.roun! nt j.ajitiplb-.k nlll0 V10LIXCELLO. can get money, per :Fine Sea Island Shillings a MauHiT'-r's Certificate Pa--knt! (.f2/i Wholevfur.f''SO! j one is entitled to, will be published after' ry drawing I
lit be found Mr. Brass Ac. 1 ItO Ill 26 Halves. .. .. 14il in the Or tVTKT JUT UL..1'I'1) STTEa.Embroideries .
,
at Piano tuned loops following ((leo Cotistitutionaliitt.
may DeiriJJy'* Checks New York remitted for i if J papers: Augusta ( ) -
on prizes preferred : do. do.'CQinrttrs. .. .... 70
11 TzKin-9:5 per quart r, payable i ia advance. instead of Gold. Bank note of sound Banks -.\LSO- do. do. 26Eihtlis. .. . USCHEME. I I New Orleans Delta Mobile Register, I ,

I I azrxKs TO taken at par. The result of the Drawing will be sent Brilliants White lIJd' Coloied, Charleston Standard, Nashville Gazette, Atlanta In I OF XVCHT JLI\D. "

F. Errrs: Tallahassee, j Col. W. J. Bxitir, Jefferson. to purchasers on the day of the Drawing. Regis- A ,.Ioi BBS"irtrnent of Embroideiica, HAVANA PLAN. telligencer. New York Weekly Day Book, Kafacbah V Valencene Maltese and Honiton Lae s. .
tered letters at risk. Addr orders Morning News Richmond Dispatch, New York Dispatch -
Madam STEINERT. a native sf France,will give our s 10 Kid Gloves Child,en Tubiias --. II and Pauldiug (Miss ) Clarion. BONNETS, BELTS AND TRIMMING RIBBO5S.The .
lessons in French, fur which a re&ouable charge will ANDERSON Macon Savannah Ga. I
or
be made (J. & J. MEGIXXISS. put in smother.In I _
-- I Public generally, to bi$1arie and Stodf of
April 10, 1858. 15-tf April 10. 1858. 15 March 13. 1 S3:;3. 11CtGroceries ihii Plan, winch in the oIJjtJ1 hi'lnd mOl ofIh'au'iiig. I Florida Railroad Gents and Yoatbs FaIl and Winter-Clothing complete ,
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C'U.IP"ize. is dratcH out. Gents and Youths Fall nnd Winter

Hanckel & Nowell Notice.S _, GRAND COXSOLH TED.-Extra Class 4, ifJw.1 I -1i-Viji I. HATS, CAPS. .

FACTORS x months after date, I eb.tll present my final JusTHECtIVEED To bf drawn in Baltimore, Mil.. Saturday, April 24th, IMS.20.6CO I a meeting of the Buaffi of Directors of the 1,51I ; ;OOTS AKD SHOES*. ." .
account and Touchers to the Hon.Judge of .Pro : I AT Florida Railroad Company, held at Fernandina IJL.JCNTATTON GOODS
-AHD- bate of Jefferson county, as administrator !eJ bonia Prizes 40.000 Tickets I .
Crushed and Clarified Sugar, on the 7th day of November, A. D., 1857, the following -
non" of the Estate of John L. Lon,., late of said BROWN : r'eaqlutiba Kerseys oteve/ K uj. i ri ginsfuid Rope
General (Commission( Merchants MORE PRIZES THAN BLANKS.titEyDmn was Adopted "
deceased and ask for a discharge from said Snluda S? tbnacls .
county Superior r.bewing and smoking Tobacco, WHEREAS, The work oa the Florida Railroad having npH. -
CHABLESTOH, SC.. administration. GEO. W. BLACKBURN, Rice, Lard, advanced.to .condition which brings it kilo useful Marlboroug St.ipes and Russets and black Shoe*.
Admt'r. de bonis non. and Linseed Oil 6usine38 Plaids, Linseys sod Een'y. 'Jeaa<
C. r. (, Z. W. KOWKX. Lamp connczion with the of the interior, and
April 10, 1858. 166mNathans' in half bbls. 50 DM>rCTt H 0*FEIZBB TUltS PiTAElB IS !r..LL. of Heavy Cotton Oanaburghs Yirgroit all Wool LiaMrs,
Herrings the practicability a successful prosecution of it to .
.
1 Prize of fJl.'.OOO 4" Approximat'ut.$3Ii0I I brown and bleachWool -
will sell every description of Product or -- - Haccuroni 1'ickles, ... .. 12,1100 4 ... 2.HI the end being resi'nably demonstrated, the Company i I 4-4 Hats
THEY ln ize, and will make advances on all Corn Staich, 1 . .. 4,0th>rt ) 8 ... 200 which has thus far conducted the enterprise consider domestics.. Steel Iron and Nails *
jf jffL House Salt Ac. tc. 1 0.. .. 4,000f() that Brown add bleached Shee- Complete assortment of
Soup has
a point been reached where
coo ignmellta.Aplill1,1858. 1 .... ... .. 2,<)00 | 8 .. 150 they may hope Jlkrdwara.CARFBTINQ
15-1, Q't/fNCif Jmfjpr FL RIDA. For Kale by (I. & J. MEOINNISS. 1 .... .. .. ..( f to be met by the confidence and co-operation of the tings ? .
__ March 13, 1858. 11-Ct 1 ...... 1 8 ..100 planters and merchants of the interior: ; .
_.1 I 1 ... ... .
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List of Letters ; undersigned bas again opened a HOUSE of I 1 ..... .... ,\'J\1 8 ... 80 Therefore Kexolved That tbe Secretary be directed Brussels, Three Ply and Ingrain Carpets; .
T For Sale to invite subscriptions to the Stock of the Company
1 ...... '
Parlor and
door
in tbe known Rugs Malta.
T Office Entertainment building formerly .
EMALN1NG in the Poet
> TallAhaneeF1a. 1 1 .... 1.000B ... 60t upon the same terms as heretofore, and to take '
JCi April 8th 1858. I as the Carotin House," and would be pleased to DWELLING HOUSE "ilb rxtenme .... .... ioooe f such affo-d the All of the above mentioned articles will 1 sold
see his friend at hour. I. XATIIANS. .A ground, in Tallahassee. For : .. .. 4 B-J W Braotly, J-G W Johnson, any 14White particu- 10 .. ... .. 800 ,1' ...40 to the inhabitant of the several interested in the City. any .
Wm Boyd, M.j M M Johnson.K April L. 1861 and terms. apply to :oo u anp 409 !' .. 80 Counties to taka Stock.A .

John Boat w.light, -Mrs M E King Lead D. P. IIOGUE. OOJO 1'r.zfsofti; dcttnuiicdby Tive Capital Prize being true copy from the miD utes. D. C. WILSON.
SBeasley, Mr 8 Herr. Tallahassee>, :March 13, 1858. 11-tf I odd or even. GEO. W.-CAUL, Sec' Octn, 185T. 42"
Whole Tickets '10), Ilahea |5, O ,
Quarters
hr..ellkard. L-H J Lami. Extra and No. I, ground in Pure Linseed ------ --- .
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PURE and sale A r.ckaeeofie'\V\ hole Tickets, cost. .. .$160 -
received for State Lotteries.
Hector W Braden J Lynch. just byAMES Maryland Must draw! . ... .. .. Iu ptrrscisnfte of tbe foregoing resci&ution, notice is <> SELECT SCH001...
Mary Brace. ITI-:. H Moulton, ((2)) d LIVELY. Mr ..
hereby given that tbo books of the -
C-MrsMCeaky, WJ Miller, (!) AprilSlli8. 14 R. FRANCE. & (CO., !Manajers- Risk .. .... ... .... ..$96 open at Fernaodiua where Company subscriptions are permanently THE UNDERSIGNED begs leave' toaform'th*'

G A Crummtni. MR Miller.MJ -- --- t A Mar.ngers' Cf Certificates Packapei 1ft Wholes where be made either in of Tallahassee and vicinity, that b.
.. ... ... may person or by letter, the pro
will
the be for
wish
to only sent $96
J H Cnmm'i'ngi Miller,((2)) At a Meeting CAUTION .NOTICE. I. persons do. pny do. 16 Halves. do.... .. 4? amount of the present assessme'nnt being $17.00 on posts to open a Selerf <$clio o. fbr t&e
Mrs B F Cox, "WHcC1areoce living at a distance should be extreme do. do. 16 QtmrU-rs do.. ... . 24 each bhare of ?100.00. This is tbe I instruction! of youth. Havirg bad e.nslderstle expV
Mrs L Oof; Vf H BtitchellA (\F the Board of Directors of tbe Tallahassee Rail- 1JEIISONS of whom they order Lottery Ticketsor do. do. 16 tigbllis, do.... . 12 town sites of Fernandina and company Cedar Key, and owner also rience in teaching ia this city :I hope; by untiring M d

IfiJCoxRicbardCoal / McLenden, Vroad Company, on tbe 17th March, the follow. Certificates of Packages of Tickets. The country -- ----- -- 750,000 acres.of l,nd. property which had been and unremitted energy, to rjrerit a share ef paltlk

James Murdec; ing resolution was adopted: is flooded with bogus and swindling Lotteries. Every tT All orders for Tickets in the above splendid prafeed at over $2.000.000, and it is believed that ap patronage. The greatest caret will bo takers witii
Miss "Re.olved, That E. C. Cabell, R. A. Shine, and is held out to invest Schemes will be faithfully null promptly fill-d. alurlhe those committed to both .
R L Clark Henry More, inducement toget persons ..asse smeCt of Irom ifS.OO to $10.00 share my charge, in, reprdtprogress
Wm. R. Pease be appointed a committee to confer Prizes of from ?c2ooco> to Address, T. II. BUD Allb t Co-\ pet and morals. '
JOB Clarfc, A P Moffit, money in them. Capital will be sufficient to finish the road. .
Jobn Oasuo, WmMashbnm, with tbe people of Sewport .and such others AH may t40,000 head their schemes-with tickets at fl Bozr 40. Faltimore. Md. GEO. W. As complete and thorough an education viQ be

Mrs L.Cane, John Morgan take an interest in ttie question, on tbe subject of a 100,000 Capital Prizes are offered, tickets *5. All March 6, 1858.. 10-ly Jan., 1858. 2-tf CALL Sec'y. given as can be obtained! at I.other ,It&tittitidtffci

D L Cart;' LDCMogcartIV .sale lease or other disposition' the-) Company'sproperty such, in every iq'tancf'rue frauds ; and if money is ------ -- the State and as soon:as the pa.trooags wiH wtrranj.
at St. Marks and' to report the result of for tickets it is much thrown New able and competent assistants will
CaDDO.Jaoob Nrilaon sent to them O away HENRY ARCHEY Maps of Florida '.bo procnrtdi JR'
D-8 Dsris.E E A Norris. their conference to a meetifcg of this,. Board to be held wjtboqt the shadow of a cane getting n pi ize.- CzLEBKATtn BTAL- connection wi.b the SCHOOL,a class for .
on Monday, the 19th April. .. Beware of nil Lotteries where tbe. Capital Prize is PUBLISHED B .
-Mrs S C. Adin Powell '
(4))
Embry # ( The undersigned invite propositions from all kTHIS will stand at my }. BOOX-XEE1tJlG.t.< .,
THEveritt.F Wm PuS, interested in the subject matter of the foregoing parties unusually instance large in where comparison large to prizes Be.price are offered of tickets.fur a miles West of the_ _ C. DREW Jae&onViUe, Plorida' wiirbc! coqrnetKfed, and-thow p9r>as'4ewroo of ez.bracing .

M-E C Flaotgan MJti4ek. resolution, to bs made by or before the 17th AprilE. i mall In every cost of tickets put.it down aea' 'certain fraud. city of Tallahassee, the ensuing season, to terminate L nGE'and complete with. Railroad mud Town a commercial 11ite. -wjH -be-folly quaE8ei to _
Fleming. JI.i.W H Ropes o. CAB LL ) the 20th day of June nwxt. ships. For sale by enter upon the duties of tie ConoUnff Bbbob"-' tIi
for the benefit of the
State
W 0-001 C Godbold, (1)) W R'Rrwiu,?.' R. A SHINE: V Com. The Kentucky under Lottery our management, i il.the oulLottery HENRY is about 1K f i bands high; dark lay, well .* McDOUGAL 4 BOBBY. Classic and Higner Branebea "of Englisi per '* ./.

EOibs a. ((2)) -SStantoa, W. a PETTES,. Y Shelby College United bicb.j j deci-> formed and finely muscled and was rafsed" br Job Feb. 6,1858. 6 Term of Five Months.i.. ..125 .M
in the .legally .
T D L Ge1ger (2)) FSUDtoo, AprilZ,1858. 14 tied tbe Maryland Drawings States } all. other Lotteries .Fr'"J nui, f.sq..o( tniii ooijnty. He was sired by the Primary*Department. .. ;..,.,.???.. 5.)
? Goodman, Miss L Shaman by CHARLEI AECHKT, formerly oyned TheubaCiI4r lh exercise of the
Florida Sentinel and WakulI.sTimea I ocie.bzst1d by Blacksmith Scnoov vQl comment tn
or-
copy. be decided the Drawings
If which to by Maryland -
rrs Qrrasdcn & Lash W SeriH. I purport '
o known as one of the purest blooded Jior MOJlDAYJanuArj4th 1858., >
IfJDlI burg. T-Miss 0 TownMnd Sheriff's Sale are frauds. sea in ibj*'S\utheru country ; (of the Arch'ey ,rStocc{ ) Horn Shoeing..Ettabiitfunenl.rpHEi An informtUon required eau be obtained brtphcution >.-

1 Oltranon' RI r 14 Tydinjfs.W THE MARYLAND STATE LOTTERIES. his data a fine mare, pedigree nut known.. Hf getis SUBSCRIBER igs leave..to .inform the to the subscriber at his ., ide&f cf aitfl
-R WWI (2)) Itt MONDAY IN &A Y NEXT. Purchase in tbe Maryland State Lotteries, thenyou of the fijiest 't\eter-euo be seen at tny time in JL eitkens Tallahassee and vicinity that HENRY Store o! Cot R. H.Bxur. ..

It Glemm. I Wbetlcr .'tirtulC a wrftof-fieri facias 'issue. by the are anre of being right And in ordering in tie the neighborhood,jtnil will show for th maelTes. HICKd will. carry on the ,D. a.' iiYTOL

g-H 8 Hunter, H Watson Bt'Judge of Probate'of Leon county, wherein Absalom )aryls d Lotteries, you are.jure of fair trod honest To entourage the spirit of raising Fine Stock bewill '" J Dee.5, 1857. 49 ... "f --

WSHl7; J 0 Walkr. Yfomjan isplantiff atul fhi Georgia & Florida drawing stand"At the Iqw rates of FIV.&and.TEN DOL- C BLAPKlMITH.B.VSINESSio .' .

0 Henry. D Williams, Flank Road'ts deieodar$, I baVe' levbd upon and One thing- odk to, and that is, if you order from LARS-jw INBDRAMCE. The Bubpcribef bas bct>q all its vario'as. bnrjghe, and is prepared to executeall PIANOS -,BEOEraED

9 iPRerndiyq. ED Warm will expose for.sale b front'of the ConrVtanisa door any licensed retoder in Baltimore do not ,receive any I driven to' tEJs necessity from the fact that tno frequently order. wi$ peatneu and dispatch.. Ills work ?, .

Rarfl1 R WrnCTore, iQ the aty of TaTIa&astw.witbblrriLhocrs, on tbe bat Jdarl era'.Tickets and Manager Printed Certifi-- mares ara pot brought forward regularly, will Ja Iran-waited te b..aval to that of other t j. ..

3rORyo0STRSIII6Y ; Hr. MB Wales first Monday ia May o''tJi.oflov1: .described cati of Packages. Tbfll Manngers Certificate bare or ill treated-..ttareby, preventing; lueeest .When the Blacksmith' ben or elsewhere, and will any guarantee i rrHE CRIUR8"M Mf tii4- ".

jTWaUrman property to-wit : Tba'tigrtioa of the PJrnkRoad tb
.]_ ick EirJbrd.* W' UXMB tfct Wakolla T***MJs'lwinlDUi'atTalbibiitfl: nature of R. France"& Co. .,- demanded in each CAM, should the mare be traded, HORSE SHOEING. Repairing and Ironing StAtlis'' an enor'.z.. .\

". inelndinf the bulldfoE at the termlona I, rid m>> IfooDebaiangutJo.teni) hi* indivi $ certifieatet sold or. tberwiH dispo of. Twenty-fire eeata inaob O. all Vehuls! *. plantation-work and all other ... _,J z-.a_ 0'- .. .'. .
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OT P rioei' io .fIt te eY Isturs' oa U the propt rtj or qj.
P1USIUI.b.yaleada.tlsed. to AftUsff Jd.writ of 8/fiiu acooriflog to' bottom. ofit. ; .:.fr. E. FRANCE 4 00, information apply to the ubccriber. ? will recsm cartful and prompt attra- em ta1tw ...., !

;' 7'JQS: NAU. P. u. > fiatrfcnlMii riitjpril : Manager Maryland.Statt LotttriM, A.A. FISHER. .2 f.it1. R.R. BilBY. t'r -- 1n.M

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V X6jDF PRtTb1tl s V 1' : V THE that Le baa AitdSnxvrluo i&Rms v lIttl
) .LLA1L\8SEE FLORIDA.T Tallahai&e snd Tincinity i'
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MERCHANT TAILOR, iHE Pro' pndorwow. inform -' opened carriage, shop in this place joining \ .-SVi.. Wnotislt.r-.A-'O R T i. DRUGVA3D JlDI"". t.
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JU J. his friends and the 'Brokaw')8 Llrery Stables, DSAIEI tw,Pt\iw, FAKCTO JArAtNiD'. P.Tfw1, Dyettuft, aatpal b 4'

V IB Ready Made Clothing and i public, that be has rebuilt hit 8tice Somff, WIciaws0I ,
.
: Gentlemen's Goods large Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is now in;-tbe building formerly occupied by J. L. Oroner, "tAIlE. OiV Vanishes,Potty faeulacbznd -
: M4.>. Famishing.. prepared to accommodate his friends and customers where be is prepared do all kinds of work in his lO W C HedetttI1eI !! aDd Glue Wazs Pat..tMadit _

m --5.--- He also has attached to his Stables good Black! line, at the shortest notice and on the most A SPLENDID assortment Cooltlng.. Parlor Fin Boap.Fine Tooti sflnV ud ..

Pr am now receiving my Fall and Winter sup smith Shop where he will have Lave done all kinds of REASONABLE TERMS, 41.tj and Wood Store,trimmed with nut M and Hair Bra far J .

of Cloths, Ccssimercs, Vesting, 4-(., oj Plantation work, Horse shoeing,and Carrbgework in and durability,at reduced prices. Paint Broabe, F.OCT Arti t *! the best and with loch as carriage painting and trimming; makiag new Garden Seeds Fine
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,
manner
and dis V UtTto
very promptness Work. Stnr
: "I b'V Every Color Style and Quality buggies and ,and all kinds of repairing. Having Out Door *. '
patch. wagons Ornamental Front Heads,Guttering.Copper They have r* otlyreo! VVV 'aoeor November 6. 1853. 44 procured a first rate Roofing of artiola '
yof variety
A I am to make in the most Sheet Sheet ttppl eyy tsui1y kerf
prepared up and Tin Conducting Pipes, Lead by
t Painter and Trimmer Planter and
druggists. Pbjsicuw
i Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, Carriage Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work "j flj always
style on.sJiort notice at tin MLI lbtDt t.a.full
; from New York, the undersigned i is prepared to do short notice. repplj of eterTtlioe ..
For Sale by P. B. roka w.rr of every variety done at tnd the most liberal terms
AND REASONABLE TERMS this kind of work as well and in the latest style, as it died on
.t.- -ALSOA % Subscriber just received a can be done at tbe North. City rind Country MerchantsAre Orders from the Conotrj promploftUtId .Dd.tWJ

*, very large supply of ,Carriages, All those who have this kind of work to do, and respectfully invited to give me a call befoie pur tioo guaranteed, with r/gard.both prioa and .
LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF -* Buggies, and Harness, which he offars wish it done in a manner that will not fail to give chasing elsewhere &1. Pbyl'preseriptico arefn1 rcmpoaDd

READY-MADE CLOTHING for sale on the most reasonable terms. satifaetiorwcdd do well to call 2T: N.B. All! articles maonfaotued from the very Aba Eppm compound fluid xte,ctof Bcv
November 18, 1864. 43 enWM.. KUHNS. I best material and warranted durable. No other arti Jan 6, 1361.
of every garment suitable for winter wear, 18 le will be offered for sale. "'
MsyZ'7
V
as Cloaks, Talmas, Coats,Vests Pants, Ac. de, MILES NASH &. CO. :,. I October 20, 1 866. 42 Cod Liver OIL

'Tor. at will be disposed of at low prices. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Piano Fortes. ---- ---.-.-- --.- ; T7RESH A PURE of tie celebrated ""Brand B
Also, a large lot of Plain; and :Fancy Shirts Collars, &c.1 Wines &c. 1?
name, received from New York baik R.U. Syrups, giman Clark& Co, A Rush n'l.
!,Cravats, Stocks Hosiery Ac., ie. JUST per V 'TTE are prepared to furnish Piano For sale
Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their a general assortment of articles] in our line, i rrTr! lY Fortes, of the very best quality, Otard Brandy, &parhlmg Cider I, by AMES A LITBLT
such Ode of almost i iWhite OLD AprU5h6. 14Notice
interests by giving me a call, as all the above ar as every kind. Burning: FIui!, I I upon the most liberal terms. Port, Old Port Juioo, : -
'Grateful have been selected] with great care nnd with a Lead, Zinc anti other p'aiata, Window Gla,s ofbest They are second to none i ia any country either as Madeira, Brandy) Clicnici, -
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'tbej ar e view to their adaptation to this market. ejnahty, Puttr Brut-hoe. Potash, SoJa, Sparkling to uality or price.Er'jrv'instrumentwill. Sherry, Sardines, 1 V .
October IS, 1856. GelaUtin London Mustard, French Brandy (very best,) bevrnnanted. I Sparkling Oelatiaa Preserved Quica, t
ly-42 Q IX Months frcm the first
I for medicinal V I publication of tLk .
purpose, Spices, Pepper, Lemon'Syrup, >
Pears
Extracts
MILES NASH A CO. I Flavoring ,
on tbtir! i Inks.Quinine, Peruvian Bark Fluid Extract Burha, Tarn is t i O ti ee. the endersigced a dminislrator cf UM i.-
ihea I' NEW STOUE-NEU. GOODS. &<., Ac., and a general aswlmrnt of Popular Patent February.23,1SS6. 8 I Yeast Powders Olives arm f late of Robert Stprges, deceased late of Leon eoaa-
Spanish Spices,
i -- Medic.ne: We keep U. M but the very best and : i ty. will present his final account and vouchers ai4
to merit 78,000 Havana Segars I Corn Starch, Pickles > administrator, and ask for a discharee_
hope
jour I tiau&e Salad Oil
Worcestershire
I WEBER & DANNHEIMER p.itrormjre.MILES ,
i
DANIEL D.
NASH, & CO. : the following favorite brands, now in Store I English Mustard, Capers !, STUROES Admt'r
A% ? I tAiLORS }!arch 20,1850 IS : OF and for AMES & LIVELY. Jan. 9, IMS. 2ra
MERCHANT .. I saleby I Claret, Cocoa
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\ 8 I .I 4000 Young America, AMES & LIVELY.Liverv I InsolvenfEstate
t AKULLA IRON WORKS
i AND DIALEESIX V BOO Ho Napier, j January 5;, 186(5( Notice.STATE .

Mill I READY-MADE CLOTHING I :Nc"(7V POJl.-t: F'1. COOt' El] Muudae Neva LonJre, ; OF FLORIDA )

-- --- .- I SOuO Empress Eugenia, I' and Sale Stable. JEFFERSON COUNTY J
ANI) i fjflOO La Isletac,
This Establishment is !Now Ucufr Full! Blast j
:
tad in GENTLEMENS'' FURNISHING GOODS I IQ -...- .. 40i-0 DM Figaro, ': 1"n g undersigned gives no2 JOHN D. REICHERT' a Jmini tr !or cf tit eUU'
Iron and 00 Mon Iurnw. tice that he hns BurgJorff. late of Jefferson
oorMlvei V 0.- SI CE: thc death of Mr. rl.'n, Mr. GEl *. KING ]! 10000 2<; La Favouiitn 'I the, Livery Stable purchased ofVil.am -_' deceased, baa filed in the Probate office of Jefferson eointr

SUBSCRIBERS are now opening, lisa taken vhargc; all communications, therefore 6000 Andesdes Riras, I \ ; II. Neweom V ,in Tallahassee,together with ths county a written suggestion that be believM tie ft-
F.b. II the Store next to Messrs. G. t J. nt.j relative to work. A-C., should} be addressed. to him. tate cf Charles Burgdorff, to be insolf*nt! Thereup.
t 10000 Li Fontha, good will of the cstabli'hmcnt and that he is now
I a well selected Stock of Fall and' \ All w oik coming utter the head of tliis business I ;: on notice ia hf rely given to all persons hl\fingelaiaW
I I' 1000 El De Orion, prepared to carry on the bainei in nil its ]branches,
suitable for 'will be meebaucully anti neatly executed said estate to and file
I I f promptly WOO Regalia Londrei, and promises the pnllic with good accommodation i i againt appear the same wits
QESTLEMEWEAR. at as riodiia'e a charge as price of labor, &c, will i I > the Judge of Probate,of s&IJ county. on or before
2000 Elt'Clon. in J.i-? line on reasonable tcnnfl.FJCUARD. >
justify.This. i t the third day of May next when there will be a
j SAUNDERS. pro-
Oct. 17 1857. 42
,
: in part of French and English Cloth, Cas Etnblihrcut! is not kept up for the purpose | --- _._.--- -- I rata distribution of the fnnJ belonging to said ntaUi
--- S6
I ft and ve"lings of the latest style and best qual of making money (strange to tay.) Ail dear bought !! r.C.1856. .n'n.___ i a-ncngst the creditor thereof; at which time the said
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I which they are prepared to make up to order iu : expciienci- (feniuit&trttcd to me, it cannot be done i DENTISTRY.DH. V John D. Reichcrt will apply for hU final discbarrt
I like and fhshiouable manner, and on HuI in this ic.;iou nt this brnnch of Ll\ir'H5-Lut fur the Madison Circuit Court. !. f.oca the administration said estate.

I I ) ELE TERMS. Also, a good assot tincnt of benefit cf the! uufoiluuate, wLo hapj-eu to have EuV T. J. CUR LEE, j Cannon H. Shipp. Administrator of) THOMAS J. CHASE. Judge of Probat..

Ii i READY-MADE CLOTHING, tI giuts, and! audi ]like, to Il'pr.: I "\\T ILL continue future, the prnc- CzLnr."n H. &hipp, dec'd,Cemp't Oct 81, 1857. 44Notice'-m

I 77-c I'nitnm, S'o<., #;fnrhillJ'IJ'fjs, ; ar., l.jnhj } } tide ('I DITISTI: in South| I tjr, -V.
I >tiog of Fine Black and Colored Cloth] Frock | Lcr. t. in ( -'d.f, etui Gw-tl C"Jols .nilfn-; rJc"rgi.i, and Mid-lie and East Flond.i. Iled.lin C. Slrpp.: Curis! Win- i :

i Fancy Casehiere, Business Coats, Black and | cfin f i. T"r-ifd Out vitA He lus had :everavear practical experience in the gate, William Smith ncd Mohey, Iu CLaLc ry. V
Raglans and Om Coats, Black and Fancy i Yw/1t,*, (l/d Di'pold:. r-p/frsMon. the- lJstthrt' of which 1 Las been in th.*eheftuns ] rife, HTI.I their Descendants, SIX Mouths after date the undersigned admink.
and Cassimcie: P.inK Figured Grcn.idme I of emntnHis work ii i of the mct bfnuti- of tbe Estate of John Ingrsm deoeateJ
Britton Kin anti Elizilclb Lis I
Silk and Cwsimere y c ts. Siihfting, l'ulljtI'Iuiuher Boxer, Ilirgirps f.>rShafdn.js. ? late of (1 ad den will his final atcovnfto
Fancy I fut r.nJ dumb c chwcter pr'l "stirfaeliou ii uaran- county present
g wife, and tl.i-ir] Detendar.ts Ds
is (:Ic-amg, \Tr.t ter nnJ ::cam Pijje, ,
pur teed hI eHnbotme.. the Ju -.1LSO- i Step Cue;!, Gat;:-- C'"cLOrate, ]>ais, 1'low Cas,i.igs.Scgar !, *. iich.ule J discha.ged.: LEWIS D.JONES Admt'r.
1 All ntntillJ:3: sent( to Io-itielI FIwill
II I K >Uer3, Circjl anl LTpt-igt.! Saw M.ll! and ccnn : appearing to the satisfaction of tbe Cut ttfTiiJtTit / I In of Lie
A assortment of black and ilk I receive attention as Eoon as previous engagements TT right Wife.
cravats
good fi.icy !
HAVE Gust Mill Gearing, CucLlni r.nd plight Saw ic.. 1 : fiie'l in this cause, that core of*nid Def Nov. 'l, l6. 45m
I ties, ebirt*, merino, s.lkand_ cotton under tLirts, Ac., Ae. tJeiifr.Jh kept on Hand[ or g<,t uji ou ''sut; will pci rait. .i , -
offered socks, tloves, Ac. tic In IVt lIt i i- the 1'lace f..r:111 tint WaLt
I ( : that tLe said IlediHn C. Slurp re!ieles in the State
bided in The subscribers arc new becinnera and not enlirej : I \'oik in this Line Done) nil, with Insolvent Estate Notice.
up K'gh1! : Dispitch.Having ; nFIP.INcs: : : cf Georgia, the lid Clarissa \'ilatc; in the Stateof
Paint I j unknown to tLe community, and they pledge} I Mime 1 bIt a dozen) Ln '.'icb niselfcostitIv I Ii : North Carolina, and tl:it the residency of the said persons Laving claims against the citat at .

de \! to give satisfaction to all who] may favor )u1.xvg.i caU'jtil tile' KtlaM'jhnia.t: : t'> lo erected i T(;T o.. J.M.L.S. PEC.KI, nol) ,1. WilSinni; t\A MoUey Smith and t HH'r! Descendant, ALL.( M. William late of Leon count*,deceased

White ; with their patronage. the sa.ii.- cause must keep it tp.: Theufjrc, joj can I i v Ew.\nI, j l TLoma l'lello.v. ] G a.I and 15ritton and l Elizabeth Km?. pnd their Desccn arc hereby notified to appear and fir. the
I | Ho.v. P. E. LOVE
,
Window V J. WEBER, \a\a u-lv] on hating wesk! d<>tje at tl.eWAKL'LLA I ) dante are .t.rno" to the Cor.iplainanf! hut that according same a'itb cf Probate of Leon county omi
W. f. DILWTOBTU, )
ghee Root | L. D\ {SUEDIER. IRON 1J ORltS. :,t J KBV. \',7. E. HAMILTON, ) Monti5cllo 1 Fl.1. to the Let irformation he run (retain tley I i or tefore the fiftt :day of July,1858,for payment pro
Sea I Sept. OZ". 1S57. 39-tf. lloN.J.C.McGIIEE resiiies (if any cfthct.1 arc ]living) in como cf the rain, the executor of said estate Laving filed a writtw
-++ t
do do ------- -' -------- MalIiOl), f 11. South W fVin Star.it : ;. ; suggestion outs inaolveney.
Cut Here Cones tLr Xcit Co!. T C. Pore, f
Horse Iinpor'int Tii"z- V ia r.CJtln ordered!, that the Defemitnts D -n- GWYNlf.I
I
V en cp- .
: OZ:. M. WUIT SiiiTn. Al'igator: Fia.
Tooth i A. B. CLARKE p
PAY PAY !!! PAY Apr:12 3, 57. 17KALE i
Infant : ,, tl" Enid bi!, sl'lll.e! talcn pro-cori-'Mt'. It i i'l fur- : Jan. 2. 1868 l-6m
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Horse j I now receiving his Fall aal Winter; Stock of I It You will send to New. Yoik, Philadelphia: ard Bal- : ( :j'E1 T 0 i" ti.rr! oidtrtJ, tL.-t a C"py of thi? order be published ,
Wire Goods, suitable for ti'iiore, cud have woi1!; d-ipp, without for a tuc'uc'nt i ) weekly f.>r four m Lth* in the Tallal'i-sce! Floridian Notice. .

do t dreamn.j! of credit, but Lere at hcrr.e, wheie there r.ic Lands. A Journal. Done nnd ordered at Chanl'el'iI; ,thia 12th I
IJOD LJ r L :N i 'V17\ A Ji p I no Banks or Banking facilities, or surplus ('aptalo'i: I School & Seminary day. of December, A. I)., 1857.J. !i SIX Months after date I shall as exeeutnx of the

Poonah Handle 6ting in pat t of French and English Cloths, Ca ai i want 1, 2!, :3,4 and 5 jears credit: and then requireone I j is hereby given, that in pursuance of I II W A Y LES BAKER, Judge. J.l Benjamin Johnson late of Jeffenoo

Guilders and Vfetings: jf all colors, and of the beat qU.11 I to ride from 50 to 500 miles f fr pay, anJ! pn.'jabj I NOTICE v.ill offer"for sale at public auction, all the 11((. 19, 1657 CI-4m : county Florida, deceased render ray final accounts,
Litiisiule-ly cxj.cnJ ftmn 10 tu 25 per cent of ; i, and apply to the Honorable Tbomu J. Cbace Judgeof
wbich he
Camel's dc most reasonable is prepared terms to and manufacture in the moat to order on i amount in collecting h this tight? Is this ciicour- SL'JITXARIdlSDS. In the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit of i, Probate of th- Court of Probate .f said count,

I aging Home Indurtrj ? If so, cauou Le ejrpnacd -AvD \1.50 AILTI'E- Florida. for a discharge from further administration ofth.saLtestate.

Staring FASHIONABLE MANNER, I that it elopfi not tLuve i ?fi SARAH A. JOH5S0N.Monticello. .
Enoch II ForbcsndLiswife Su- V
Hat i Arrai'gcn.ciits: rj-j"t be made for payment before SJXTEEXTir SFCTIOXS, I ) NOT '. 1857. 45- rn
Together J I dht'r with a geneial assortment of I delivery of W'.I k, through some Houso'in tLis plaoe, si.n Cathanne Furies V
deficiencies therein
r.nd lania "elected to supply lying ti. I I
\ ; READY-HADE CLOTHING, I bLMaiks, or Talb.llIiscc-tbt is far enough from and bt'in0' 11: the Counties hereinafter named r.t William C.? Saunlers, Executor and ; Notice.

will coujpire favorablyih any stock of Cloth- home. I| the times herein Fpecified. The sale of the lands ly- ; E tler P.. Rose E.u'Rtrix,of the I In Leon county Months fter date. we the undersigned: ad

I ever exhibiti: for sale in this cit\\, consisting of I hard You may be good in tli,:but we cannot run BctiJesTLcn after our :i !ing its each county will take place before the door cf, Hst Will and Testament of Joseph r Ia Chan 'I SIX if theEate! cf Jcbs Smith, deceased -

I Fine bla! ,k arid! Colored Cloth and frock O.ifs' I Labor earnings i ii'l credited out,s patties Depaitme'tit.try hard to make,tlicmseles I the Cot.rt.house, in which they respcctit ]lie.i TLe :I Miller deceased, William cery. late of GsdtJea co nt1. will presect our final

Ftuov Cab! mcre and Beaver l"i rock aid 1 businessCoa'S I beliete il is aut LaUdune, because they owe I j tae"ill commence Saunders, James Miller, Joseph I accounts And vouchers to Lt HOD.Judge ot ProbaU.

I for it. !: In Madison County, on Monday the I2lh ofAi"1 i Miller, Daniel McCauley. I of said county and Mk to be discharged. ,
B'ack! an J colored C.olli, Beaver and Pilot Over- ; : Thomas Clark, aad bia wife Martha THOMAS R. SMITH, .
Sack Surtor.ts, !. DANIEL LADD. nrit! ; C. Clark, r.nd John Miller. \ JOHN H.'SMITH. f Aam*n'

t'f"; r..a lau'8 mack and Fancy D"Crkh and CaobiincrePan's _New. P.>r ..IUy/ li, 1S57.. CS. 1 In Colvnbin County, Monday the I Qlh of [I XT rpp'?trir.g to the satisfaction of''he Court by a Quincy, Nov. 21. 1857. 47-Cra
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April ncj.1 ; f daTi made and filed in this cause that Vi'm. !

Best Grenadine, Barathea, Satin nnd Cloth Vest, j Mantillas, Cloaks, &c In AlacJtu't County, on Monday tJic 2G/7i of C. Saunders, James Miller Joseph Miller, Daniel Notice.SIX .

Foa ; Fancy V'lTet, Cd simere, Silk and Cabhmcio do., April licit : McCauley, and John Miller Defendants in the Bill 'I
I ALMAS lined and unline-J ; _
White Silk do, 1 the 29/A I filed in the above stated cause, reside beyond the jurisdiction Months after date. I shall preset my final as
I ilj with Hoods In Lcry County, on Thursday of-
: and vouchers, to the Hon. Jude of Probate
GenU'Shawl', Diessing Robrs. Fine Shirts, Silk, of this Court and beyond the limits of the ;
I Cotton and! Merino Under shins, 1 Printed Plush do 1!. April next ; i I State Florida, but within the United States: It is : of Jefferson county as administrator with the

; Canto Flannel end Jeans Drawers. Basque Cloaks In Marion County, on Monday the 3d of May '. therefore ordered, that said Defendants William C. I Will annexed of tbe Estate of Mary SaltonsUlI. laU

Zosave Wrnnpers. : next ; : Saunders, James Miller, Joseph Miller, Daniel Me- f of said county deceased, and ask for a discharge(con
Moire and Cloth Cloak
S ; -.ALSO- said administration.
In the Glh Cauley and John Miller appear and answer said I
Thursday of
Rich Ve-lvet do Xumplcr County, on ,
I JOSHUA TAYLOR. Admt'r. Ae.N .
Bill, on or before the first Monday in May next 1853, j
H : A general assortment of and Bkck! Silk mid ;
I Fancy Siible Black and Brow Sable FurJSetts: .: May ncit ; > otherwise tie Complainants' Bilf shall be taken aa f "T. 7, 1857. 45-6m

twice a :I I Kid Stocks and TieR Silk and Gloves Ciavats, Buck Collars and ,Lisle colored] Thread and Chil.Jreu's Fur Tippets and Cloaks.BUTLER ADEN? HAM. In Jlernando County, on Monday the 10th of I!I confessed against them. Provided, That a copy of I I

IBtb and May next ; t ti this order Le published in a printed in ) Notice.SIX
I .. Ladies Gauntlet superior Linen, Cambric and Oct. 17, 1 57. 42 newspaper .
Handkerchief, Brown and :Fancv Cotton Lisle i 7i Hillsboro County, on Saturday the 15th J Tallahassee Florida once a week for four months Months'after date, I shall as executor of tin

Trill and Marino \ Hose Ac, :c. CALL AND Look at This 1 of May next ; j jIn preceding the said Rule Day ia May, A. D, 1858. j!' Claries T.J. Smgeltoa. late of Jefferson -
Ordered at Chatr-bers, this 23th day of December
terminus Manatee County on Tuesday" 1h!! lS/7t of It i J. WAYLES c-njntj, Florida, deceased render my final accounts
taking October 18, 1656.. 42 "I'MJO:E "nlio Lave not supplied D. WALKER A.D. 18:; BAKER Jcdge. I and apply to the Hon. Judge of Probate of
.. May next. Jan. 2, 1S5?. l-1w
from the --- --- --- --- t s'lecs i'htv.k fr the
I v.; prcl'l'nt tbftm.k I said county, for a discharge from further administration -
ternoon Water would ('t> well: to v vat: a:1.\1 tec our Register, 4c. of said estate.
The Congress I fire pureJr.Finglptultue.. Ve have several tire Jan. 16, 858. S-lSt FULTON FOUHDEY, ; CHARLES J.SINQELTON V

I icccived and for sale of Lors'' well broke, and] j-rveral A No. I -
long AFRESH supply,just by i pair : a :o Ta11nha.ssec: ,'..fI.TPHE Qualified Edr.NOT. .
tion to AMES A-1IVELY single harness liorfcs, which we will ofTer for Bale on ; : From New York, ; UNDERSIGNED leave, to inform the 23.1S57. 48-em
to I! Sept. 19. 1657. 83 j the rraOft .s.c"i.-lle] term beg
__ BRIG RHMINGTON." I JL public that they have associated themselves in
u '-- --- ---- PER
: i i \\"eat! : Pace 'l1i 'e.- business, unJer the name and style of Notice.ALL .
clearing ; or about (Le IStL or 20th inst. ( \BUSHED Sugar, Onion,

board. i TIERCES RICE, !O l.alf tierces d". { HILL & HILLS. \J Loaf Rio Coffee. II Cardy, Baya & fo, persons Laving duand against tbe estate of

gr : 30 for tale to arrive per Hcnrv Null from Char- : Jan. 1C, 1S5 5. S-lf I Powdered" Java for the purpose of following the trade Founders and Ellis, deceased, late of Jefferson countr r

For I McXA UGHT. ORMOND A- CO. I Bee Hive Syrup, Starch Machinists,nnd are prepared to execute all kinds of I, will take notice that they must present them to

Dec. 1?, 1857. 51 GUNSMITRsROP.fiI Dried Apples, Snap, 1 work appertaining to this bu iDe.s. Steam Engines the undersigned duly authenticated within the time
New I --. i fl flIT I Rice, Pepper, furnished to order and warranted to give sati3fa lion. prescribed by law,cr this notice will be plead ia
White Bean, Ginger, bar of their end all indebted to
Plows.A I Sugar Mills: and Castings of all kinds made with recovery; persons
i I .I' i n'l<.rHgcrd begs leave inform the citizens Folton Market Bed, Alspice, neatness and di p\teb. Plans and estimates furnishedof said estate are hereby notfied tc make immediate

FINE LOT, various sizes, of this place nn \ -rrounding: country, that he I Sftleralia] Sweet Oil, all kinds of Machinery and Engineering. Thej" payment to the undersigned.
ALL I for sale by vUoSAUOli'f 'V I Las 1''nl'.J a rurobcr cnGUXSMITJI< Soda, Sperm Candles, I are also sole agent. for Hoard & Sons Steam Engines CHARLES T.TAYLOR, Adrnfr.
: ORlo D & CO "or -3 -s. SHOP Put Ash, Adamantine Canllei, for Ginning Cotton Grinding and Sawing and liarrisoifa !: Jeb. O.18 S. 8-8w

county, Jan. i Maccaroui, Green Peas, Grist Mills for steam or horse power. !
signed 1863.Loehfines. nnl 1 that he is now prepared to do all kind of vork I Mace, Asparagus, I JOSEPH CARDY '! Notice.
tic* belonging to his line of business in the best and most i I'ickles assorted Tomatoes, WILLIAM BAY,

ptraooi j workma'i'ikc manner. All work de>no si his shop J Ytast Powder, Current Jelly JOHN CARDY. SIX MontLi after the first pjblkation of this no

9 A HALF BBLS. Loclifine -ningB, just landed ( vtrrante'l. I Matches, Lobstere.I May SO, 'f-7. 22-ly the undersigned will present Li* final ao
,April U and for sale, price, f J 10 half barrel. !1 E2T" Call anil nice liim f trial; F3 I ALSO- -.-.-- ,-- ---- .--- count and vouchers aa administrator of the Estate .
V }k AUGnT, ORMOXD A CO. 1 AUGUSTUS UltOWK. I I of Eliza JJerldos. deceased, late of Leon county

Dec. 10. 18&1. 61HEWBOOEST ; Shop tifxt door to J. & G. Zukei's, Harness r A general assortment of Tjas.V i Winter Supplies.V and ask for a discharge. W.B.M ILLS Admt'r.

V David j) ------ .s HOP.t I -AL80- OUR STOCK is now complete and open for iDJ J Jan. 23, 1858. 4- n -

\) t II'' TnlltJiasHpe, Dec. 19, 1857. 61-Cm ; An extensive assortment of assorted CANDY. I and comprises as usual, a good eeleo i
,
V W. For sale] R. H. BERRY. ion of Notice.SIX
H. by
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RECEIVED I Sept. 28, 1857. S3 I II Groceries, Hardware. Hol1l Tin-ware Sad.
w-wftre,
rPHE illII8 .; GARDEN SEEDS I months after date. I shall present my final M
V
-- ------ Glass-ware and Par-
I I
L by E'V BOOKS A NOVELS\ : dlery, Crockery Cooking and vouchers to the Hon.Jadgq oProbaU
I!I GROWTH OF 1857. Butler & Denham lor Stoves, Dry Goods, Iron and Steel Fur- for Jefferson county as administratrix of the> .Estate
-A Stroller Europe; I I niture, Hat and Boots and Shoes and
Cape ,
of late of said deceased
bnitt. EL GRIliGO-Tiavels iu Mexico ; i i V\T: E wruM] rail the attention of our (ri-ru1 nl now opening their FALL and WINTER Yankee Notions of all sorts. Beljllmio'Winr111Am. eoqotj
D. 18 \ t the to Lar and ARE and ask for a dJscfcarge from said administration.
public generally our e
j present I
DR. KANE'S Arctic Expedition ; which comprise a complete and varied I II All which we offer for sale, And respectfully solicit JANE WINDHAH,.Admt1-
MEMOIR of 8.S. Prenties, Speeches, Ac.; ,I well selected Aeboitment of I assoitment in every department. In the Silk and I an inspection of same by our friends and the public. Feb. 1, 185 8. 6-8m -

March ] THE DAYS of my life-A novel by 'tbe '! FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.Our Dress department will be found some of the most I McNAUGHT, ORMOND CO. _- .
author of Margaret and Zaidee ; beautiful and elegant, Newport. Nov. 14,1857 46 I
ISABEL-A novel; Our arc procured from a Cold Climate, and Sidestripcd Silk Robes, I N otiee.ALL .

| ARTISTS WIFE-A novel ; I consequently will flourish the better in a warmer one, Flounced dark ground AETNAINSURANCE : persons having demands against the Estate{
VASCONSELOS I niic H JIB! oun. C2T"; Call early or send jour orders. "
do
1 new DOTe bright John Parkbill deceased, late of Leon county, _
l bv Simms & Ac."McDOUGALL i that you may secure the varieties you dt'sire. Color Moire .
; c. I Solid; Antique, CONPANY I are hereby notified to present them to the undersigned
Ail ES.& LIVELY.
V
"::; HOBBY j I' Black] do do administrator within the time prescribed by
JP July 4,'n. 27 r January 9. 1858. 2Co"Partnership i Flounced Berages, wine colored, OF HARTFORD. I III law or they will be barred; and all those indebted

dec and I Delaino Robes a Baize, are requested to make payment immediately.S. !
f i.84 I Notice. i Together with a fine assortment of Black Silks, Incorporated in 1319.Charter Perpetual .M.PARKHILL Adafr.

FLORIDA RAIL ROAD I have this day formed Black Silk Velvet Basque wfdth, Shepards Plaid, -0-- M&rdi6,1858. 10SwS
undersigned a co-pait-
V David THE Figured Meriuos, Plain do, Black Bombazine, French CASH CA.Pl'rALt-SlOOOOoo. V
under the and of
name style
;bip
73 MILES.
RUNNING Embroidered Setts, Brussels point Applique Setts Notice.QIX -
ycrs dJ G-or'D:1an, SettA Real point Lace, White Illuslion Capes. INSURE AGAINST LOSSV.INDDAMAGE. BY TIRE,
V Oct. 17, 1757. 42Health OS TEEMS ADAPTED TO TilE HAZARD, Months after date, I shall present say bat
$ and will continue the business in nil its branches at I 'AND CONSISTENT"WITH TIlE LAW3 O accounts and vouchers to the Honorable Jndg

f the Old Stand of Towlc A Myers, where they intend OF.COMPENSATION.B. of Probate of Jefferson county as administrator ,
"OK keeping a full assortment of all articles appertainingto Bitters. the estate of Alfred! W. Raysor. late of raid county

: O TRAINS LEAVE FERNANDINA, their branch of busmees, and hope by constant attention rro those suffering from Dyspepsia, Debility, en- C. LEWIS, Agent deceased, and ask for'a discharge from said admia-
taUof to merit the patronage heretofore extendedto For Tallahasse and vicinity. istralico. ALFRED UAYSOR .dm '-
(Sunday excepted) for "Starke, (near .1. febled health or deranged state of tbe Stomach t
1857. 83
Jodge DAILY D Pond) only 8 mile frem Fort Har- tbe late firm. V
--;- barre. lee, connecting tri-weekly wnh 4 horse Mail Stages ,. SELIM R. W. MYERS. Faculty, as a certain cure. For sale by ;
B.
V fc. for Gainesville Micanony, Ocala, Tampa Bay, and GORMAN. BUTLER & DENHAM. QUININE Notice.ALL .
Florida. At Baldwin Tallahassee, Jauuary 1, [16] 1858. 3-tf Nov. 1857. 46 OUNCES
all points in East and South 14. JUST received800 Snlph Quinine persons having demanda .gaiDatht..u.tt.ol, 1
I (junction of tbe Jacksonville and Alligator Re ad) ----- --- Brand, together with a great varietyof W.Porter, late of Jefferson county da-

-.- V T connecting with Stages for Jacksonville Alligator, Notice. Sea Island Seed. pure Chemicals AMES & LIVELY. ceased, will take notice that they must pf-Mentth m :

; jLI Tallahassee and.all points in Middle Florida. per"onslla'ing demands against the Estate August, 1851 82 to the undersigned' duly authenticated within the '
Sea Island Cotton Seed for sale
by
.: f MO -'. ALL FINE time prescribed .they notice wdlbblrrd; 1
Henry Zeigler, deceased, late of Leon conn- McNAUGHT ORMOND & CO. bylaw
V "wara SCHEDULE. ty are hereby notified to present them to tbe undersigned Jan. S3, 1858. 4 The Original Extra Quality and an persona fcdebts'd to said Esfat, are hen y

1 .tH Leave Fernandroa daily '(Sundays ,'properly authenticated within tbe time CORN STARCH notified to male'payment. immediaUly. AAnfnFeb. .j

r-V : V excepted) at,. .. .. .. .*I!, M. prescribed by lAW or theywill: be barred! ; and all V JOHN PORTER, .

-T. Arrive Starke st..5, P. Yo' those indebted are requested to make payment im Notice, to. Debtors.. PREPARED expressly for Pnddlngt, Ice Cream, 9-8w -
Leave Starke daily (Sundays mediately. J. B. JEFFCOAT Admt'r. indebted. to the.late firm of- TOWLE V V Mange, Custards. Pie. Porrige, 21.Executoitf Notice

QIX cepted) at. .- : .... ...' .. .. .4, A. It!. Match 20! 1853. 12-8w' ..ALL MYERS persona to forward and &c.V:Received rub by ..AMES & LIVELY. ..
are requested come
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Arrive Fernandina at. .-... ..8,A.M. ettle. is authorized ,Get h 11.5'1. 4! LL no 3'-" "alai".1 IEgateI., 5Cdiatn'bitloor J'to
Mr. nB. GORHAS to set'tie A
duly
bat of : Stopping at Baldwin and Trail JUdge (the crossing Notice. .- .rwiMintcrettecti ,
all account.. -S.W. MYERS. -
< or the New River Road) each way; and connecting ? V of John G.Juiderwv diceased, late ofJ..oa 4O--r1.
:. r 1se& at Fernandinawith Steamers for both Savannah SIX months after date '1 shall present my final Tallah&Me,. Feb. 20, 1858. 8-tf ,Florida, :Reports, F1orida." r Lcribyajtlfisd exhibit .thc ; y

: atlo. : and Charleston,.going and returning- and vouchers to tbe Hon.Judge of lro- ,- tdfnmea. : ., and demaoda wilhio tiro year* from tII datevlsrtet

:.; ) : bate fur Jefferson county aj admiafstrator. the LiverpOiiOksait. C01lPLE1'E_ cDOALL&V& HOBSr; to uncUrsjcued ; or theism. willbi b .rre4._| *-*.
,PR'ElGHT'Reedvea : ,Will annexed of the'Estate Jefferson B. Ellis late Vt all persons'indebted to tie said deus&ZI1t *-
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.'BIt..O,!8flt. ;:811. : ,
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: : by th&Ocsnp&afs&gents free of cfiarjjo ataHtbe of said county deceased, aDd ask for a discharge from. O fi A,SACKB/CaVgo Brig'J."Carre*dally ix' : : ied to JoPt- V : 1 '\

\ stations,akmj tfctr route; tod forwaided to said administration- V \ J low ,In large loU i.\R' LA GEl JUt ;reV jr JI

V: f F&rmmdioa Saratanab, or Charleston as may bo" directed. JAMES ft WALKER, -fl.8tht1' : .:, .C' I S.7A. ROBD1'1t:OAMBLL ._"f'V s.V 1-
'V o EO.W. CALL, Secretary. R. R. Adtnt'r.wIth tlrt Win a1Jt exWd )ctUGBT.OIMOND &'CO. V tcDOUG7ir& HOBT. THOMAS J,.PEKXIKS: )

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