The Floridian & journal

Material Information

The Floridian & journal
Alternate title:
Floridian and journal
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
Creation Date:
April 24, 1858
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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:
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.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
002060562 ( ALEPH )
02704418 ( OCLC )
AKP8648 ( NOTIS )
sn 83016259 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Preceded by:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by:
Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Semi-weekly Floridian


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text
I.. ",4 : y' '<' .. _' '-- ,"' :: '
." : : ., ,
t""J. ,
: "''';' f'.i. c., ; .. ..
t .
F, J. H"-r" 'T r It' '4ia. '' -
i : ;
,tt.- -. .?' : ....,. 'P' v. .. .. _. f i...
r. .. .. V .' .--rtr r-< ..QC ," .._ ...._
U 1 ; 1 _.'. .__.! '=>' "... v..' \ -.l'. .",
= I
M 1 W
-U- .- -$ .." --, .- .. I ..fl m, ','.' -. i F I I

'. .


., .

.. "P '. ,r .

..L .> .,-. ,. .. .
ft7'9'CJ .r. '. .'Or.:, '" .,, -' i i

:. J : .. .... .'. .. ..ft.f. 'It "' .11.-. .) ,.
-.. .. : ,." .- < .. .. : '. ... ;.
: '
p epcs YEH n. $n. BE VS .- '
... :; Ai-mpx ROOf, "
,., '
.. :: ''-":..w. .Jov' .'"....'-*%_ .-. ., Y''r_"_...'' ., .: ; . IIItJlt f1 :;

., .
BY JONS&'DYJGi. *< q. .
J TSmlZTssS '
TALL.&I-rAssE1)LA. :
: VOL1"X I't't
,-&>_.' ., .' __._ .
VfiV -" -- --
: .
V : -1'
; -. .do -ii
0 .
: -r- -- _
Carts.MILES. -I I i KtV (;i rYithN. : -:---:- -- V I J.V V 1 Vj 'It
fJrafrsshmijl rofrouut anb ggfacsg.W5I. euros V V j
QLIflL I nn exemption from labor, while in the I .V !
_. fJ82P was.67 ; for,the first six months df '
: I former it :11
: .
I occasions a loss of 1821 i"- ,
wages. it '
: : Nightly do they gather round wasjjQ? ; fothewhokyearbf1Oit '
NASH: & CO'I E. AHDEESOIf: : I CJieriohed forms with fooUleju 1M Hg'if, I I Let us. pow ccroparo the number of cases wa '69Q. Tta-prevailing 'winds forMhe' \Yo Ihiuk- e V haTPHO V .riJtJ,. 1-*; ;j i :
tr ate'd in Florida .
the | aunu:1lJy with? the "
numbers '
.&tt9zrny- .Xw, Claiming accustom'd Llefrsing first six months of.1820 were for four months' simple,tpocntbg lirf bottti ftfl j I
Of mother's I treated in other
a sections of
DEALERS IN warm coressing, the
-AXDSOLWnOR And a dear good-night j furnished the country, as (February-April, "aJ, nnd June) southeast ; ing; forth! the power"ol'fcrotlB/: :j jflLowL
by records :
\ army and we find for two months' j ; rwi'i
" DRUGS Jg5 PAINTS EQUITY (Jauaarj and"March north '
It li
Little dreaming how it stirrcth' j I following'ratios : Along the region of east. The'prevaiJing weather to ,lo.f1/ .

: MEDICINES, H OILS MAHIANNA-0-, TLA.. Little In my heart an untamed wave, I tho Northern Lakes the number of cases under large odds In 1821 the preraHhij was fair? winds'by mood, t tha author of C. -_. .. : fl
thinking V
.RACTICES in the Court speoketh treatment was 200 per cent., the mortality were for six months MaY a most ple ant: i .; I JV
y inform their nends and tbe public I JackacD., Washing. Of ft still, white form, that sleepethIn being 9 10 cent. (February, June,
? WOULD on Land A good assortment of uo ton and Franklin-in the Supreme Court at Ma. a little grave. V England per ; along the CaSt of New July, August, and September) southeast, for 'f I witoetsedtla &,ahqrt.f :jj
riuma,and in the United States District Court at nearly the same per centage of cases the other
articles as are generally kept in their line of busineBi! months northeast and northwest.- oar igher.eoadJ, tir.lil I I-
: Theii Apalachicola. Oft my quivering! will falter, under treatment, ((191 per veiL) ,) and the mor- Tho
will be
and receiving regularlyfre3b supplies. prevailing weather the
But I during was zimpUoity .aDL e.r.9J, 4.b '11
REFERENCES: I turn them frctn the light, tdlty,41!! 5.0 year l po ; 1
terms shall be reasonable. I :For I know 'twould dim their per cent. ; through the interiorof fair, there being only four months' in which girl nineycara of '
Tallahassee. April 9th 1853- 14. Hon.J. Wnyle Baker. Tallahassee, j gladn! our country, (those north of latitude ."". ii
: __ parts
H. L. Rutgers, Agent S. W, R. BabJr, I Should} they read one line of sadness 39 and distant there was a slight exc-esa-of cloudy or wet witness agaJlJll a. pnsouer.vbq ...IJI 4& IL
no: J.J. With that dear good-night. from the Lakes or Atlantic, weather fair. .
Dr. Miles H. Nash Finley. Mariruna', over for f lo mltJ.e J h _
I \
e. thq northeast 1ina
Isaac Widgeon, Ag't. B. Colambus. Marianna. T I. g. of Maine, tile interior The climate of V
Cedar 'Now the
is !
Ever when the :
winds Keys similar milysaid
errxis HIS morEssio'AL SERVICES TO THE CITIZENS! or Dec. 12, are spoiling of New York very cocnsaLfr!
TALJ.AHASSEK 1857. 50-6m In their reckless! wintry rave, northern Pennsylvania, Iowa, Missouri, to that of Fernandina-.....the mean temperatureof oner, upon her.bel Jr a :Wk ; V :

OFFICE with Dr. LI. NashimmeJ3ately castof tbe EDWIN A. HART, Is With my wakeful spirit turning, we find the part, Wisconsin; and .Minnesota,) tbe former in the year 1842 being nearly desire to know> if joirb6di the ntarof "11

A..ttcrzioyEXaLw: : I: Toward a strong th?little and deathless yearn, treated littlo per centage of cases annur.lly the same as that of the lAtter in 1821, and of an,oath r : V '. : ''..iM !jflT- ::11I ;
; May 19 1S55.MEDICAL. 20 I grave. a over 300, with a mortality cf the first six months of both r 'don't .what
I 8'} years precisely knpvr 700- ati/(4ifl W 11
NOTICE. Tallahassee, Florida. 0 I love the mirth of childhood, I per cent. Again, along the AUanticoas' the same. The prevailing winds for five srlripJe'nr.s\T r. V ", "V v t81tjrir (4'
practice in tIle Circuit With tlieli: fnoos soft : !, from New Jersey to I V
' Oourtr of tic Mid. and Georgia the
bright '
WILLS ; nuradv months the *
. :: -0Dra. District, aDd the Supreme Court or ibis! Priceless is their riffiple t A hioK =.. -' :; her treated not ( spring and summer' ) were southwest There,-your honor,' fd tf .J -12
: ; Robertson & Bond State, and the District Court of the United States,at i, And the daily wayside preaching /." "--rr!-3 _L.qUite__.. .aa high ro.' as_ in_. top..;';''last t. !, and for four months (winter ,and Tall) dretsingfthe! 'court'*'Is.*i nlltftttdi6frc. -I I

; formed a co partuership iu tbe praclicof Tallahassee. Jgf Office over the Store of Messrs. ; Of a glad good Vfligllt. mortality! of 3 per cent. In the Southwestern' Tt iTto; bo regreuea mac uilr urenrt>/wgr-- ysattfernisfrate 1 o WThlKj $ b t1
G. d J. .
;' HAVING profession offer their services to the cit. SO Mpginsus.Jan. 1858. 4 i! Grateful that I still may gatherAll : States, the lower pait of Missouri, Arkansas, cal records at both these points are so few, She does' ot eomprebead.r D2itf* -

t Uens Tallahassee and surrounding count!. ---,--- i; within ttll home-fold, save West Tennessee, Mississippi, the Red river and I should hero remark that the years abovo oath/' off r.w cta)1
f ton 5f A Office over the Store lately occupied by Bet A. J. PEELER'S I One pet luthb, that meekly lieth,. I country, and "the Indian territories south of instanced were not selected in order to present .'L..t us see,' said the j&dgr* c.m.
Higgs. Where} the
f r Feb. 28. 67 8-tf LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, jl I' O'er that evening little grave.zephyr lighetb latitude 30, the per cent gQ. of cases treated I a favorable comparison, but it so hap. my daughterAssured_by the kind ton.a

TALLAHASSE FLORIDA. is very large, being 350 per cent., while tho pecs that they are tho only complete years manner ot'tbeudgEjtho LilA-itpppeo towzt11

2 E. BAItNARDJr. I OFFICE CF STAINS IN THE SAME BUILDIXG AND i From the National Intelligeucer. mortality is 3 C-10 per cent. In ihe'territory found on file. him and !lookedccnSdirtgy piJisfic{ .;

;, WILL CONTINUE THE i TilE DOOR OF TUE FLORIDIAN A JOCIWAL OFFFICK.OPPOSITE THE FLORIDA PENINSULA to (the lower Mississippi river it is reduced to I As regards the healthfulness of these two ,with, A calm Iearee; ,:and iff.. 'uAzsh .',o i I

DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS WILL Practice in the Circuit Courts of Gadsden, Its Climate and Siiperwr Salubrity. 2SG per cent. of cases treated! (except perhaps I [points it 13* deemed, sufficient to Btato that artless and rr nk','tnat"It went itr fghrt Ua. 4I

t-. Wakulla,Jefferson and Madison, and when visited by unusually severe epidemics I Fernandina; enjoys the reputation of unexceptionable heart. -' Did you eveV lake Woat2, r lt
; AT TilE OLD STAND, BIGJfOF A3 attend promptly to the collection of notes and accounts as in late years,) with tho mortality I salubrity! well worthy the characteristics ed.the judge The Iff tie girt"jh

in any of said! Counties. Tho subjoined very interesting letter, from of 4 4-10 per cent. ; while in Florida( the average [' of its equable climate. When tbe post with a look horror, and tf1e ;-a M4&r'li.;

TUE MORTAR, I eb. 27. ]858. 9-f! I the enlightened head of the medical staff of of crises annually treated i is 245 per i I was first established in 1819 the prevailing tied in a bltish! all over'.her'fa. i{ t.rii i. I. V

- I the army, to ow of the Senators of Florid, cent., and the! mortality, as before howt, is I;Diseases were enteric, with fevers of muhriul she answered, f.I', iU. '
Jdoaros & HILTON, i will possess interest for many readers, as an 20-10 pecent.: While, therefore, tho ratio I origin. In the following:! year the proportionof V. No, wr/ She thought t' h "iatendiri if. Iquite
of Clinton and
: Corner Ilt& t.,Tallahu*ee. authentic '
" January 19, 185. SjMEDICAL :t"torn.eys. n't La."OU', j exposition, founded on official pro. of mortality amoi.g the troops in the northern cases of intermittent and remittent fevers ifshQhad everbl Ann inrVtUT ;:t't T" ******

. ---- .----.--.- -- TALLAHASSEE. FLA. j fessional data, of the comparative salubrity part of the United States is less thin in Florida was diminished, and the mortality was also V' I danotmeantha. S:iatd The'j! 1t 4Tz
NOTICE. o I j of different regions of our vast country.- on the other hand, tho mortality them loss, being of tho whole number of cases trea. saw her mistake, 'i'ri"arf'wao'1tfJ ',UX' II
-1 8ffiflmA. D.V.. GWYNN & It B. HELTON, j j Tho equr.bilily! temperature, &e., of the climate is less than in other sections of the Southernand ted less than ono par cent., and of the whole ror t"l., II

.* PEELER..J. C. BATES. HAVING associated of Law, will themselves give their together joint !attention in the of Florida appears, by this valuable Southwestern States, which in fact ate co-nmand about two per cent. i,No, srI qeVCrU1n. V ; court'.Bithe 1 I

Drs. Peeler & Bates I to all business entrusted to them. They will attend memoir to give the palm to that interesting the proper point of comparison, on account Cedar Keys was selected as the site (for a answer. lj" '1: ; 41.* -

associated themselves the t the Supreme Court, the U. S. District Court, nnd the I peninsula! as a place of refugo for invalids. similarity diseases and geographical po genera! horplta! on accourit of its salubrious He handed V brthIBibfe ji "fi a
HAVING practice Circuit Court at Tallahassee, and also the Circuit I sition. S .
Tho sick of other know boois --- "
find position. (generally that
offer posts ,
Surgery respectfully iay uauguien e
their services to the Public, in the treatment of all COUI Hamilton I of Gadsden Counties., Wakulla Office,at Jefferson the Court-Louse, Madison and in I SuiJOKOK GEI.tL'SOFFLC!, Oct.J5.J To illustrate the actual and comparative! I chronic cases) were transfened to that point She looked'atit auiaw ered. Yes sir,

acute as well as chtonic diseases of all characters Tallahassee. Hon. DAVID L. YULE: U.. S. Senate.; I sickness and mortality of tho peninsula or from tho different garrison and regimental it is the Bible. "....-... 1

Jan.Office 9., "Waulceenah 1858 Jefferson 2-tf co, Fla. Harelip, 1858. 10-ly SIR : In reply to ) our communication of I we may take! as points of comparison three hospitals. established with the troops operating < Do you ever read it I* Jb.ak.
.- ---DEmsTRy.-u -- the 10th of July last, in reference to the general posts of nearly the same latitude( -:ona es- in the field, and therefore the records rflll not Yea sir! ,!;every;evening/ *.-,,' ti #%:''"

It E.. BERRY, I i ifl healthfulness and climato of the peninsula I tab'ished on till Atlantic coast, Fort Marion! I II afford fair evidence of the effect of its localor Can you tell JIll whatztha j jl-4[ || '_inquired -

Auctioneer and Coinmission IJ J II of Florida, particularly vith regard to Fer I (?t. Augustine ;) ono in tho interior, Fot I climatic, influences upon 'the health[ of the ibe judge.. .. ,I..v/ ,,>, rTfiU*" .

MERCHANT.ALLJLHASSEE II nandina and Cedar Keys, I would submit tit: Kiig: ; an-! one nn the Gulf coast, Ft.- Brooke. troops. The prevailing! disorders were ente. It is tbe word,of thejgrw t pd ejansxvered -

Fla I following facts from the records of this office( i: (Tampa,) and we find that at Fort 3frnon'h rico The number of deaths occuring during : V V V. V >w V
. ,Sept.29,1855. 89
-- I with an expression of opinions derived from i: average Annual mortality for a period of the year was 19, all of this class of disorders, Well, place yonr-la. ""ywu 4sUe V

S. s. KNIGHT porEOnal observation as well r.s from statistical I eleven years ((from 1624 to 1834, inclusive,) j leaving it to bo inferred eth2rthat! no other and h3ten to what I ,fa5' i C'' 1i 'Jii.ltfJlowly.

- I information. is 2.3o: per cent. In some of thesa years j disease originated on the island, or if otherwise .and solel1nl1Jhe oati.uua4ain.*

AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT I Florit!?. washed on lha c.isl: side by the ((16M!U, 1832, 1833)) no deaths were reported I j they were very curable. The records istered to witnesses. 'No*r/Vj4QbVja <'

TALLAHASSEE, FLOKIDA.. I I Atlantic, and on tie: west and southwest t"I" I"I The 1 highest mortality for any single I year was I II of the sickness and mortality at both these you have sworn as a witness;' Wj1r, 9 Ut511

September, 1S65, 05 the waters of the Gulf; daily fanned by tin' (in 1828)) 7.01 per cent. ; the lowest (in 1855))) places are too limited to give any precise me what will' befall joa if Joo"4if .telt a..
HUGH A. CORLEY "HE undersigned gives i notice that he intend vis- j I breezes from the sea, which are wafted over I.!, 0.91 per.cent. statistical information illustrative of the local truth.?' "t V \n..t: j InM". V

JL iting Quincy professionally several times duringthe I the whole face of the country ; and with! ant I At Fort lireokcve have the average annual influences affecting their claims to be regar. I shal| be shut up in' 8tatirtijn.

Attorney at Law, all! those present who year may, where be in he want will of be'pteased Lis!Etmees.Toch to.xva't' on .. fltftwr.licjt'4f:' quabt! temperature tinoiighwinter ; I mortality. fur a period of nine years of ded as healthful sections of the country.I swered the child., .. '

TALLAUA'. ,: FLA. inserted) ou the Chcoplastic process,a process and summer, its climato cannot! bo I 1.01 per cent-the highest being (in 1830)) have tbe honor to be, very. respectfully, Anything.else tasked fte.::1 il T.,:

J&avary 17, ietT. 8-ly \ ?.-cf for full Setts.:*" ftUSttftOB i/nvAJ'WZ-tet discov-- more anfrienuly to of man than that 3.41 per cent., and the lowest ((182-1)) 0.90.- your obedient servant, 'I shall not goo heayeo/\.r : '
-. -- --- can U bo\vu iu its (tiTor. Will be in Quincy on side o'r a 'small! portion of Ih'elr territory to fctJiCfuwV .... MOOT Iflll 1C'\ ?. TH. I.\\YSQX.Jfonreon Geu'l.! How do ypuJngwIijUr tL0] tp
RICHARD BRADFORD I\ :Monday, February the lit, and -will remain till the the Florida Have lakes I At Fort King we have returns for only a t BXTRtau. D.c. L ... V :
oceanl niay more on ?hari *.-jt > "Q'Vtl. ,. r" u. .ttrrl1JIr: ;:. :
P. P. LEWIS.Jan. embraced in the above .
10th. few years period given. I the matter? -
ATTORNEY AT LAW its surface, a few more rivers and rivulets,
16., 1858. 3-tf -- and a greater extent of swamp perhaps than 'I'hc average annual mortality, however, fOI.1 There is sir,' was the reply. menu, pointed to injancUoo! ,. ;, V "
TALLAHASSEE, FL&. ---- MEDICAL NOi't'0 the other States ; but the exhalations from three years ((1827 to 1829, inclusive, is 1.19 Haye I given any offence I' not'bear false witness Agaiastjtbj 8.igb '

(Office ia the Post Office Building.) these sources are evidently modified agd mollified per cent. In 1829 no deaths were reported.The You have, sir., 'I learned that,' ,she" said*, "'Jtefetft :iId
May 23, '57. 21 Dr. A. C. F. BLAKE by the universally pervading sea atmosphere highest mortality (in 1828)) was 2.01 per Really, I am ignorant of it. read ; t : :. ,;.' -V. ,2'Hasaoyonea1ketyebovtlg

WILLIAM SCOTT, and, must consequently be less cent. ; the lowest ((1827)) 1.63 per cent. 4 Such language won't suit here, sir.. j -

.. ATTORNEY AT LAW /CONTINUES the citizens of to Cct-treville offer Lis Professional and adjoining Services neighborbood. toO tive to human life than the malaria dcstruC'1, Tfu subjoined tables will place these facts My dear sir, what language?l' witness i in coort here .against i.Ihk a11 V

FLA I Residence changed to CcLtreville Ofika eliminated by tho swamps and bottomland of in anohsr; fO m. [The tables are too large You were talking of soup.' quired.the Jadge t. .J fi'ii '- '
iioimcELLO, ; at his residence. Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, and South for. the column, and are not indispensable lor Wo were.' I Yes,'sir,' aha:replied. -'M7V V

ul1 S0.1853. 30. 11 jan t pcc.6.1B57. E2-tf Carolina, cr by the banks of the watercourses understanding the general facts.] You mentioned ox tail.. V they ntedme, to 'b.:.. WitQ t
I The climate of Florida is remarkably 'I did.. she taIled to her itt ecf
& McClellan Nathaniel Hamlen even of oher: more Northern: sections o? equa night -me ,
Yonge I I try. I have served in Florida and cotn-I: ble and proverbially agreeable, being subject That is it, that is it, sir. That sent the ma to tell her the ten qs r, '

A't'torn. ys &,t L8.0\7. COMMISSION MERCHAPJT, tedviih the troops in the privations: and the I lo fewer atmopheric'arbtiolls, and its thermornetric ladies blushing out of the room ; that highly then we kneeled da\ qA!pt1ie I"

1'k.a.cnCE IX ALL THE OOUITS OF WEST FLORIDA. I No. 38 Poydrcs St., New Orleans. i toils of the field, and 1 have served also with ranges much less than any other improper language which I never hoard at prayed thai might? psi .

Office at MAKIAXTTA. -0- an en the Northern frontier, and from part of the United States, except a portion of any board before, and should not have. expected .itiwas to'bearJajse witae.: r tg1J1 .tl3fi1.

C. C. YONGE... .J. F. McCLELLAK I Refers to Gov.George James K. Walker E. Droome, Esq., TaV.acc3cs, III my army experience of Iho influence climate and the coast of California.For it from you. bore and that.G.odI'qul. Jt elfi." .1ittIe- .

March 13, 1858. 11-tf Gen. Wm.Bailey, Jefferson county, i of active operations in the field upon the example, the- wlner at Fort Snelling. V Why, sir, I but called it its proper name. child,.to tell.the troih as itwasqj1ui; V

I T. J. Lint-.n. Esq., health of%soldiers I have no hesitation in Minnesota Territory is 48 degrees colder You asked a question, and I replied. I am 'And.whenI camau9e,3;

Beni. F. Young, J.; G Putnam; Esq.'Madison '' expressing the belief that had the troops who than at Fort Brooko ; but ths summer at however, sorry that it has given offence kissed me, and .t,-to remb.ths9tlz. .

.41 if ill 1Iy &3 SAWp Daniel Bell Steele, Esq., Esq.. Hamilton, Levy "" were employed in tho Florida war been engaged Tort Brooke is only a out 8 degrees vyarmer. but I really do not know how. J could. well commandment, an_ -" ":" 'J-1f ijiL -
Augustus '
have avoided it. word ._ .
AND; J. J. Snelling Y.sq., Gadsdcn for the same length of time. in active The mean annual temperature of Augusta, .V ery )hatlt-- ? ,
SOLICITOR DTJEQUITT,' E.Remington, Esq..Tbomasville Gco. operations in winter and summer on thee Iron- Georgia, is nearly 8 degrees, and that of Fort 'Then, sir, I advise you, when you have V *, payoubelieye.1ii," w 1l "

practice in the Courts of the Eastern Cir Oct. 24, 131. 1__' 48" tiers cf Canada, though the cases of indispo. Gibson, Arkansas, upwards of 10 degrees occasion i another time to speak of that pecur V while a tearquivered glistcne lnj Is :p,! .Jii

WILL of Florida, and the Federal Courts. G. K. CLARK sition might have been less numerous, the lower than: at Tnrripa, jet in both those liar soup, do not ox taiL'V V :wcwpti. ":. .r Jti.Y \."

(orncc AT GAflcSVILLE:", ALACHUA COCSTT.) mortality would have been infinitely .greater I places the mean summer temperature is higher 'No ?J' V es,,ai.r,' said.. be. g4't"lUlnaf' and'

REVERENCES' MAKER than was experienced !'n' Florida. than at Fort Brooke. In the summer season No, sid'! V V manner that showed V her V .coi V V Q.yrl I.. ).f',.t 4t. V
CAW. J. J. LrcAS, ) WATCH Indeed, the statistics in ill'9 Bureau demote tho mercury rista higher in every other part But what shall I call it V Jru$flfwaa PrtecLTV .V'P -- -

CoL. J. D. AIKEX, V Charleston, S. C. .&:ric1 a-cWc1ex strato the fact that the diseases which result of the United State3, and even in Canada, Fly-dispenser !I'V 'Godb1IPUt: y" iJ J VVud 9daetyoa

Fusn'di THOMTSOS. J TTOTJLDrespectfuhly inform the ci'jzens of Talhhnsfee from malaria are cf a much milder type in than it does along the coast of Florida. Thisis have ago 4p.1ot er..t. T tompet 1
Da..JAKES S. JOKES: TallahaKtt. Fla.Jane '' V and the public generally, that be has tho peninsula of Florida than in any ohar: shown by meteorological statistics on file FC'Irn..1L or HON..Tisos. II. I3ENTON.- nt' he nH U! I Ft I V
6/5'1. 23 taken the old stand of J. C. Hall & Co.where he is State in the Union. These rccord how that in this bureau. At P-rtland, Maine, and on Washington, April 12.The funeral servicesover for my Jlfep. l. .' arge against4"witnesses -

A.' PERRY AMAKBR"TALLAHASSEE prepared tojqxiir ': 'r I.' the ratio of deaths to the number of cases of the coast of Now England the thermometer the remains of Hon. Thomas H. Benton, me, I wonld.pragf( A.Fi .as

ATTOI&91BY AT LAW Walctes,.Clocks, and Jewelry, remittent fever has been much I less among attains an average height in s.immer of 94 took place from his lata residence on C. this.... Let her.b xAmI f 'ltr VV

FLA. in a workman like manner, and at the most reasonable troops serving in Florida than it has been P., and in winter descends to 7a, hrving an street, this"afternoon"at 2 o'clock. An immense Sbetoldherst.pry: i 'J'J.or &

'May 21, 1853; '20 rates. Persons having good Watches that fail to among troops serving in any other portion of annual' range of 101.. At F Muffin, near crowd "were" present, including the, V child ai_she:wat, b"t tIer-was t tueneaW fit
run Veil from having been baJly repaired, can rely the United States. In the middle division of Philadelphia the thermometer has an annual President and Cabment. The following'gen- about it which c a .v-,;*. .,,..M--- h< J.tath.. .
EDWARD M. WEST.AttorneJand.ConnseIlor upon having them put right at his shop. the United States the proportion is one deathto range of 87, rising to 95 F. in summer, tIemen acted as pall bearers : Gen. Jesup, U. -V to every V V heart,, .She. V 'va S. f V iid1y.cramI': V

at Law, Cfcir All work' warranted if well used. .LJJ thirty-six,cases of remittent fever; but in and falling to 8 in winter. At Fort Moul- S. A., Ex-Governor Floyd, of Va., General !ned; Th'a:cpnnse4pl; !d lr |tK jbfinife and1ingehfoHS

:' 'I. TALLAHASSEE, FLOEIDA. Jan. 16, 1868. 8lyCOPARTNERSHIP the Northern. division one to forty-two ; in trie Charleston harbor, lu ..ayerage range is Houston, 'V. W. S aton. Esq., of Washington .. qaesU.nTngSj boCsie;; rtedjrodr%

14 NOTICE the Southern division ono to fifty-four; i in 70, being in summer 90*, arid in winter 20. Hon. James B. Clay, of Ky.V.. H. .her.fint iatmeattetlio i 1'tthiu

.APril I, ISM HIIljfcJLOYEB. Texas one to seventy-eight ; in California At Fort Pierce, (or. Capr p,) Indian river; Appleton, Esq. of N. Y;, Jacob Hall- Esq., spoken by' that little .cL Ud;wfilawIme..-

.,. '. FLOYD, & HOLLAND, and'Jbmr'J. one to one hundredand, twenty.two ; in New Florida, the range 13 ', its average maximum of Mo., and John C. Rives, Esq., of \Wash Falsehood andpbrjory'h'ai p.rVeea&Tfitt 1.sttimbnj. > '

.Attorney at Law. JOM Y.lULL this associated: HOYLK themselves, ofTalla-to Mexico one to ono hnndred and forty-eight ; being 9.4" and the minimum2oR. At ington. There was no pageant. The body The'lTisoncrhd? :wronfcUetfTiimr"
day '
i ,practice in the Circuit, ,ConrU of Middle getberia business, having,under ',styl WILT and In the : maximum of 92 and winter minimum \V ri: Carey'J nesiindMrJacobs son-in- V lJ9tc1E' h .
,Weet Florida, Supreme Court : HILL &, liOY-L'E and eighty-seTen. a cummer a nabet ,
-f to. States AlQ in.the Dutnet Court of the Unid : ( The general Lcaiafuliiefls:VV of of of 34; while at Key West the average law of the deceased.PItESIDENTBLTCIIANANATCOL.. V viHrr9\adlT! >S &ptfe ft pK hid
,. States,i in tb. Nortiern District of Florida.R. ..ard.w give altentipo to all orders in their many parts ( ''
prompt is annual i is 25U, being for sum zi'ahnm'd efenfe; Bof BeforS"sKer :t6 ffiboi lt
Florida, particularly on ia coast, proverbial. range pni y
.FLOYD.. Office, Apllacbieola! Fla:, line!. They are prepared to ef ectitcand. carry on the BENTCv'e : [
D. P.HOLLAND, Office Qoincy, Fla. The average annual mortality of the whole! mer 89 and 540 for winter. 'If we were toextendour falsehood wai waWred fite "nj t.1i'
L CARPENTERING BUSINESS, DEATH BED.-The Unio'n'ay that "the' '
'itv.ii.MJ *>.rfrffc4
i the f1frwhom
including stations 1bO
Dee. 2.,1856._BK_ peninsula, derived from returns in this office; comparison'by V V
in all its various branches; and from their Jong experience President hearing of the extreme illness of his V f .'tIa. ,
DILWORTU 1 is found to be2.Oflper cent., while! of the of the interior of the United States remote sfrengttObbg4'hCd! .peaz
the and Screw
in Running Gear Business, 'ancient called him : '
United from the influences of the seabreezesthe compeer, upon on Friday : before Gotf: bt ke'ltdow1J1
other portions of the States. (previousto was niDI
&ndotber: machinery; hope' by prompt attention to t V
Attorney and Counsellor at Law;, :bn'sffiess; to.merit liberal share of patronage.. All the war with.Mexico) it ,3.05 per cent. difference would. be still! more apparent., evening The dying stateathandeelared' afterwards device ofrnataredt11Tatny"ttf.Jptt.e '. V

'.,. 1IONTIOBLLO FLORIDA., orders ffoni the ocntri promptly executed. Call. ,The annual'average of fevers of malarial ori; V This point will l''.be H.ltU. t.r red_ sufficiently by his exceeding"gratification'! .at. the : ,'potter's vessel. '.Tfie"fWit1 .
.( 7 f fic fjtbe..Court* ofUe Middle Cir from'eitffr"of the Counties in Middle Florid sod gin in some' parts of the ''State Is very high, comparing the temperature, of Florida, as visit.' Tho-intei-view.ia bid to have been- er:prayea?Tor\ft .f1 a :

.1'V cl1llaDdT o a i', and County, Ga from Decatnr and ThomaB/CotiDUes: Ga, shall it- uid 'in'o licil very l low,, p.kip'f.1 a general r above given",,with that, :of portions of Texas -protractedMr..- Benton is said tai have ,ex ', rribI '.im' irei.r the

Jtl'P.;: ; \* '12; .' l' 1 ceive F b at.'<,eDtion.186S:' average of about68, ; per, cent'; 'Ihe generality lying wthin the"same'parallels 'of latit de.:!-' pressedhis extreme solicitude! forthotion -: 'condi 'pfrs ie .and"hi.f ef tft.Wf $ ):,WItS
At 3Bowpeacrhe of the Rio' of'public affairs ltinhip8idfult'M: (: '\Ybt h"h" 'cW.'JWj' _Croat -
: : of fatal caies :during the S min e.war Fort month ok .
.. .LoQGALBRAITH. . t, ; : ; SELmo.'OFF: the''imminiot.dangers BidaJhre&t0D tbo bl
Vbiauotr3' -WtLa
if V. : disorders Grande, '.where the. sumr0erbeat are nurcli ; .God hl,telf.. \ P ,
and nroyioualj'were fromenterlc ; ; .
; .
FLA. .. .. ... oHV ) .'.- ,
'l"l'O.1'I'ira isf "
.A : ., saicLt0hav0exhostd the
._ -/: 'to,wW6h"trp6W /more 'liable)i i than'persons modified by.the altpng'' .oalt breeze, themean1, : : dr '. .' ."
._ _M' A WNG'J1LBRAITH bare assocfiaT3 V is "President: rely .upon !Jiviae.,.support ;&nd .. t .f.T" n
; \ 67 Hom.95.:1 tirf.sumncrto {
ia 7h0 higher; ratio.of, i sickness .annua range tor: .
--.J..1.. eSi lfMTCWnjira Tt w: They NEwvRx: : ; PO.S: J> ciyjl'life. ; : guidance,'and uot-'upori ,that of .metfvbot o'tit' 'tf..l'f.-t.: .
will attend tbe OourUin tbV, Middle: Circuit,the Su:L ;i general among trq ps:li the field than among, 28a, in Avjhte.jVjtIn! interjor,9f 'J' '. .I; : : ,\ yoJdrL

prime Courts!u'd the Duttiet Courts of the United. ., : ', -"FO'R, ; I ,:G\A"SH.N\ :'. civilians is more'attrJh tablo,to.their constant the Tango)ii.yerygreattliesummer btats" Woukl decek'e.him.cj4, 'tat..Jd- 4 !." ,rnf:7 .

mates. at TaIlal>MS...;, : '** ..: .. .".n.... : .' :: .and[:severe; Duties! ''arid greater exposure: _'to rising i. to'ji weat%4pf' ilQ in the valley of the', : t lDJ) fj.. J i D ,9. ;j '\o pop'a i : bo' .; > c.I' ..
.i.r V.
Offi 4oppotHtfce Coort Houses morbiffp' Influences' than, to peculiarities of 'Rio'Grande/FQyt(( .-\4tfJiiOBbi( } and ,to 103; V 'L ,,.htafeSl ) :;

I r.Ottobe,28.1. . ".U., ,. --".1yI nil. rpta!;; $ce;'bainii!,:d 1f ri l I bra eeiroo1 ehlire r" *m'o.+V iig'frorD this, .'climate.. -j. *. y.. ,-.- : at.the; posts, on'-'the"'upperVlaihs.! : : ;It fallsto"Mean : AU O'wb'opm19U: ; j,!q., ,.bo ', ,".J.. "ff'. '' .1. t." I' 'of

V < As the data: from 'which, tfcel conclusions ..a JC,2tf.inAvjnffr ia, Ke'Ilfr BrandovalleyVnd ,:& .steamboat company.with! ;*. :cera! 4 -IV", : I < V '

.I, ..,'OT'P. .. :. ES $TOCKOEMEBCBANJJIZE of ,: ; oth( ; 'i herein set forth l"',tAke'n /ronVmilUnry re- V / t toc0' prirtlje' plains! making the case- onboard. VV. : ? V :. :--* : .: Hr _' H.'( :
.' AND MELAINOTYPES s 4 otttifttiot fIat Drr OoodjiJ; ( !, Hardwr ,,"eachcase., .At Ft. Smith -V : b .
cprd we murt'DSpquentl'pjakerydue al-! range 1"f; -
: ( .
w'_ u.--ui >4-.i'if..(i,v' addltiyA&iA t C'S:'. ;-, '" i| at ArkanBSVtbe.raiigola: :lOS'*, having the stim V VV.Bachelo .'.re:p.ot entirely I4 t.! q Ono. lfolriiiltlil. '
Iowancefor.sthe.iact4 .tli Vfu1to w- eases
'" ; 1 JJJ4; .h' '* NYOROOSTPOt CASH V ; b W A .ri'. V
: ; ,1
\ ,- *: "J' ,. :I pf 1033andttha: winter tem: V finemeot'of dntiortmt, for ,t Murl .!t
'. 'ii.1'j VV\v'-Ar; >*.vt .V : ?> ':vndert'treatJiienl ;xmovg troops tl-amJ..4inongC1tiz'n'f i l'm i.fmprta ? ti tim folia wing toa&f '

: t Iosov&BarMzI'rDriij'&thre'"7' -rr. .-"t". if'_. .."., I .. :, ., "V'e.nM.,YpcJrIuY. .,*. .$ 1.P\'c.(";ItIsnoney, &VworatbMaop2rV :, .. t 4: Is Jiglidr jn' hf01'he1f: (bnri in ihr ,'per' / io'9f, Q. : 'itequable. -*-'*.* ,, : .' Jt'rlt \v 'g1te '1)'y iott 'iot:. t t4L. t lebt ti t.-tli" .. ,.:.' .7'.- y.,.1, -. .'"4."t.. .; tV4ftV .

1 'riE. .,Rt. ':btw.. ,,OP'." d'ib'd,, .-, V-,./ ,4"\" ':-i-$-h".J ,'- iil.iAtd.' t)4K.dcOBN.tV'" U !:" tlt r. 'lth"r. '
S ; !, ,we ,"tu the V baoi turnsit t1 It tra \ -15' 'i..J.t<'1'r"-'JfTw i. iaLeia", ; ,
M'OY ,
} ,_ 4' : -Ji'WJIO' .Jad..9.J856" ,I40". 1t 1f 1I : rdm.rt if ,,1' M" .' r. :.
... .1, "6',a'""' .. ki a10'U1 .. 'rh .J We cllmMn. te tate.' ,. :: .: ,, ". 'f -
.hI, own: lri' 1"l t; casessttistical ; .. : w.'
"r.fi7to JX .4."lat." It' I-\VP .'. .M' '.
; "r."t :: \vLiveroolSackSaIt.- ; : m. .
'... :7-Tv. ,"l' 04" :; .i ..4 ,._ of ,1t 'onl'IF"m-'TeoJ'dedrand-l8t1ftr.oiD ; \ .oy bIOflt :- + ttJartaa 11 ";)L1Ji. ::." ..rh, t'f. V J. ", = U
.. 'jA"uUt'c "e .. ".
: !
;; : : IYf.
rf P4)1. ;J : r V, 'Q1J I mdai1 t #'t1t\vbi h:1 i W 'Ci""lth-Qt'l t 1- '.:''_ ta : Ian! monthw": 1 "IJ. 1') {
1 .
) 'jl"jiJf': DS & fl1'bAid {1'i9ii4 4ta ;. r' .. .,p..ilfrl' 'Vin .. .' '. .' T' h A it 1; A f 'r': >.-. h '
: '
fit ) ; rt''ltT. 1. "- ,1.
'bt raA-I' l '
'.l : f df1'i: IilJji 1./: '!!::?. "J' IAAPt.11.t.- 8fA9P".f 'IQu41! g e..I. '!i( 1 0..0 0 V ; ::' ": ;rit'.pJ..A tJi.. .. .1', r..J"ir1'
1w'\'J-f1tJni4 t : : _.1 .7' tt. ItOHr. ; ntONn.. OO; r ..r-ji, iip .t f 'n" '4bt"I. \. <* lJt r'.1 J'.,nqtudd:, .-: .< .rnlr\ht.. .tti4.rr"u). .'acn";. "...'. ,H.Qf' .: ; .. .. ',' .. 'to't ..

;- 1 .. "I .' ,'h' ." :: Yb.jisu.. -' 0 V ; -. I..''iitfeY e. n'4.dmb8i". r- n-; !' ".,.tb_ '. J istie.', The:m.i nit.. -))i) ,"'lqf&1if, ij' xmOpth' ( l !li ,tn'i' n1 V -4-V:Jt ipi ditl.i' J I;,i' ." e. <<' \ .- r..i Y4!'

:. ..J7 1 .. :-g: =.' ., .- '.., -- tI"r: .
f V 1- ;" ; .} -rh "- iSA. >
t V
,-, .. '
V'V "
; .,. .',

V : :.V V. ,c' .''40-'R'. pj aVV 'V : -- VV t. V V ..;V--''- .;., ".. .j ,4"2 .:;;,..'. .,,.:, V, V -"..:..! *v"T.t.. '_ I:<, .

i----- -. .
o'iv' .00 ; -'

ru -- ,"

_. ".. .r '. -, .. assttwrI -
-.A. '
..'. ..
i" -r" T ( = Vw :-: 1'7'(1' 'VF --' 5 .. "" + I- .II r
*, 5V. ,. AT .'A ., .".i ..t', .. In
\.t.t. =. ; Ir i'1'ELlG1UPJt. ; V ; '.
C1 U b il .;' _.J "'i' lP ,; tgwYu pcil i..ts sta4 .. .. tI c b .. ". '." t e% :
V tto&UyiissensioM fl V 'Ij V
.Ifi r' > .Jq .
alQ1U. IJ U V2aa1L !< V _1& staM that tIaeW r" : t 1-. ,.. it}
L FBt.OaJ' IRtU' ofo 'ft" -r- .
no fr etm \11118" 4TR. >- lite. f .ff : .t.--R -\ & .f'
_- i ? : 4d 4.4 Jrt_ W" ... t ej ft _.
-- e 111 .' b.thtjtm irne -et : .. I i V .. '._ .r.r" V : ,' ,
A t.. "i"'i.... r" ;.:'L a : &th;' .or <;" ; '._. W mK .i sad 4si they had bW* *Qmod. td but.. ., '. -..... .r. -, '.._., ".Ja.. ..
'i.J" ." .1 war* tlw teaftMd. .. / pat,01 ::11' -4.- '.UI ..y' ,1i.laaLo .V V
UT"'IU.. S, ., .:: are sfiLpI4 ac mrlaiiBg--lt. fa. : '. J. Urn m aa* th* mhfff aow at 'Cat Botora_. :". U. York taM : -. $
I "fratifylnf to witaw_ *j $raa :l> iaar". aE' A.: V OTILL LATER, ABRIVAL THJB b. aatia4&.*. ;. v. N tJT Srr aearry fir* biadrvd .I V

; mLLAEaLnE' ; which Florida a* a Stale i* makl g. 'B fiteKntd Several of Bam J.aa'ma bat* .>p''' deb-' paved atrteta3ff ...*. ,.
Cottii V
: : M .rt"CH 11... Oradet of f aA Q.'C .i Intention to acceptIIj Becter'pTeOtIO. 1\ Ii
t. successful of her nol-le-and eD1a ; \ 11'.nr atop to tan glaa
Ta' 0. I.eo. daD a4nDOI ajfito a completion /air Qvlitit tiImehIP. generally beHexed' however; that Sam himself WMI a of ale after enireh'

:: : 11L ta JoIriIrpcd ..tspro".n.Uoca brs. TrtossRe system of Internal Improvements, is a pleal !.-The' BrftiJi and North. cotton Advanced.. to16d.. mot remove tiff forced to do so at the point of the service II over. -

J'IIIIP..Ji.'$: surance of the still more rapid development ba yOllttCol t3T A father called his sot Into V
.}, ..11.10 II. Inexhaustible resources of wealth and power, Mail Steamship Africa,. Capt N. Rector has notified the hostile ladians thats ** BCD. AtLvia f* a rowd. ic*"** "
L _: ImIr. rota, Jhhrt"F' of f ',, with Liverpool dates tb *rd the delegation will leave Horida for their western ,.
have so long been idle in every eectibh the Naw April 20.-The United Stat Mail *
of HA and that such of them No
lome on.the tit day ,. 3y professIcialmsnhiv.ssoasuh from aaad
Indebted- 16 the---Hons. D. L. Ynle*. S. R. Her virgin and loamy lafa<3s are befog" "j S t mshlp Ar go, Capt D. Lines arrived very early as expect to remove peaceably must be r.sd1to J t oin utlaasad.ntlit.

are- the band of tillage under a rapid progress of hiel1l Dte. thia mortibg; with advices four days later than embark on that day and that the troope will be

KaUory,.aa4 OaaLHawklBS for valuable public provement Her farmers ani planters are Ifarktt.-Th? Sales of Ccttotf V I brought by the Africa. The Arago is from Havre immsdiately pdt on the track. .of those who remain. gy A woman' heart i is ills a fiddle- reqaires

4.eitit" 11'-4 -. becoming t h f. more united and systematic. < Thursday afternoon wet 60-, ,.( _and Southampton, and sailed on the 7 tit April. ]BT i. ]- a beau (bow) to play npun It
r. t Dr. Bat. schools are diffusing in every and in speculators took 6,500.and. ex i Iaatannot5nd. whalakla ii V
qnr tromntereiaJ Intelligence.Litcrpool Frees tAi'nrport WabJl ZImi
( CarjiWthtfgeatleman in another colnanii iswartky cf t educational the most : trade I is to little to seek *.'.
The department economy, ; leaving to the 3 .OOO Cotton Market.-The sales for two days Hail ROad ftvfretty at I& Harks I. purport. ttalHwher. *, .

1' the;tt Btkffl cf those who may be soffeHng k knowledge; science t is imparting t art the 'grades hid declined J to 3-Sil. and arc 24,000 bales of whScT sp nlators took 5,000, We hope_ the floridian tt Journal is carved, I IF much of a good thlag h good.for -

from *jy of the diseases or deformities mentioned est promises of' .general and pervasive | to id. but lair qualities re and exporters 4,000 bales. The market had advanced when it says thai the Tallahassee Rail ROAd Compan l Wonder (money-grabber bifilti that T

.:, tMreiL Wa hara seen notices of him in several popular, and we add mechanical The market closed dull, Hold- oiTer their\ Taloable property at St. Marks for t ., ...
d. 3-16d. and closed active and firm. '
may | to ty CKAajtt. A fortune
sale and that the anribitfiement which will be of twenty th.aaad
: from well ,
.e1riPa and letters ? i n almost every bnsinesa of industrial pursuit } ip i but showing no disposition, to The steamship Canada from Boston, March 24th I found in our advertising columns Is not put forth pounds. Covnttr.dUr au-Putty chop-girl.

: oW1 cUb eu a. ,tpe tgby ot In. Illtt aba people .r becoming more convinced of the Brht r'. Circular furnishes the readied Liverpool on the 4th April and her advices I merely for the purpose .of t throwing dust in the .

:': : ..J bIe-profe1oL which her fortune is to : from the United States caused the advance reported people's eyes" We hope that the inquiries of the gThejr have got a fellow ia Jail ia, c1gn.or .
lure dnelopnd
V Committee appointed by the Company will l lead to f swindling. He dried avow aDd sold it for salt
.7d. Mid. Orleans..6Jd.:
O tiTefitlby. thus the more readily applying teir unite i above. #
n.e .7jd. Mid. Mobile. . .6| .s-Idt.b.
W-e ''nd *tknd that his ExteHeney, Governor gies to the practical development of the .. 7d. Mid Uplands; :. .&\a. State of Trade.-Advices from Manchester are meeting to be held on the 19th instant, aa will i ih- are .

': hrT ,nii appotetid Dtlcgilea from the State generally and her eommerce i rapidly on the increase. the of the Liv more favorable and all Dualities had slightly ad duce the Company to offer at Public Sale, (not a standing collars stove pipe hat*, tight boot*} and .

i to the Cbminefclal Convention to assemble word, her people are ceasing to speculate ad [ following quotations \&n cd. make-believe, as the children call it,) to the highest tobacco.
-. ; brought by the Amenca, bidder their ware-houses at St. Marks with the understanding -
at Montgomery, Alabama tbe 10th proximo. We learning to b practical. ) on Saturday the 25th march : General- that persons who purchase the Iota at & Why i t. a cowardly soldier Ilk. butter?-
regret hat it is not in our power to give the naraesof This is well and all good citizen* are .. .7 id. | Mid. Orleans.. 'd. The mammoth iron steamship the Leviathan, present ohed by the United States and those who Ana.-Because he i is sure to ran when exposed to

; lac appointees, not having been furnished with to see it. The for active and con :7 jd. \ Mid: Mobiles .. .6d. had adrift from her but had been own the lots immediately! adjoining, (Shanghai. we the fire. V
moorings. secured
got -
: a Bat for pub1i & oD. ertions, common sense and useful application .7 id.: | Mid. Uplands.. 6Jd. believe it U called,) shall upon building ware-hon- Qjr An editor out West sy, If tin*I J. ,"
:. withcnt being in the slightest degree injurei ads them..hATe privilege of I uuning a track money
arrived. To be must as a by the Africa by a compar upon he would Eke to exchange little his
pwerul.-e j to jam the Rail R. nd shall enjoy an the righta a of for the
The City Hotel. hub tnited itdtuttous; toical aad thrifty. i above is Jd. oh Middling Orleans: privileges and facilities which .shall be given to "hard."
pleased to leatn. The total wreck of the American bark Petrea
UblfchtieDt we are
This ; sovereignty of political Mbbilcs id; oh Fait Uplands kn3 those who purchase, the. Company
great a ; may property
I taken by Mr: JOB L; DnniiT of this city A d inc f has beet announced. The passengers and crew thus breaking down entirely the,monopoly? This, 1ST LuttreD proposed for aa ,epitaph on a distinguished
zation '* must t ;
e cease Upland]
. ,4 who it on the first of May. Mr. D. is so well I DOt !toipfbte bur wcfc saved. and this alone, will satisfy the public;.and remove diner-out He dined late, and died
opens in each and branch of enjoy We .-Business !b i the manufuctuHng!
. known for his skill In providing for the comfort and every clt. ( D'hraeli will bring out h'la budget on the 16th instV the principal not.tiie sole cause of opposition, in early.
I ? cherish home feelings Stale pride, nnd unfavorable. Middle Florida to our present Rail Road system.

waits of.his guests that no word of commendation with *ie jealousy, the Wfll a1* .... .OT Orl!an -nd -U lppi tl.Uro. liIf ia Bfeded-to tcgfrmmiad l n, I.YJlf I .isJ_ ?_ : ------ NEW ORLXAXS, April 20.-Some considerable excitement and imports of all the tra4e rliicn posses up of marriage and deatba unless they are deliver

be spared by either him or his excellent lady top every man being an active politician, each ) InSia loan had been taken at an has prevailed here among those Directors and down their road-and the peopje are so far disfranchised in person

render those who may visit him pleasant and eatis- be a matter vorkman mhZ,peculiar sphere o news generally by this arrival is V in the New Orleans Jackson and great Noithern the Constitution of their rights of and the State privileges'.citizensnod trampled under ar Who ..eref heard of a widow eomaittiag
As the time is near at hand when it
b factory entertainment. See his card in to-day's Railroad Company who are opposed to any exten- foot-and the people will not be satisfied until the suicide on account of love t A little experience Is

-' pptT upon the people of the State to elect their la / lion of road beyond Canton and those who are in key is thrown away and.tbe, door of the commerce very wholesome.

_. ken, for the ensuing winter, trc deem it not of this port is thrown open, free to the egress and
CoDcreaalonal. favor of the road Aberdeen Mi.
extending ,
If of all. Are not the in this? IF Do you drink Axle in America asked
Religions.Our plc., as we are prompted by no censorial I April 15.-The Senate ingress people right a
on yesterday The question was determined yesterday by the What crime have the committed that Cockney. No, we drink Ontndtr
community is beginning to chare in the gra- to allude to the importance of the people they Kgkhf r'
approaching j to adjourn on Monday the 7th election of a Board of Director, a majority of whom should be thus disfranchised T Where and from said the Yankee.
dOM Influence that is the
feBgloo* spreading over
tions in the wa of a few suggestions, ior the
} < arc in favor of the "ext nlioD. Gov.: MeWillie ofMiss hi'fn did the Company obtain the power to disfranchise V
"eountfy; A protracted.union meeting has been go. consideration of voters who control the delt Senate the Consular appropriation Waterman( of this and others those who may purchase the Iota at present or If yon observe a gentleman with hi is arm
Mayor city
tug on at the Presbyterian Church in this city for ; owned the and the around the waist of
oarState. In reviewing the past l.tor of Fj arid the Pacific bill government owners a young lady, it i* morally certain
Railway was tf in favor of the extension.
the put two weeks with marked symptoms of good. the mind is impressed with one great leading ere the Iota at Shanghai by depriving them of rights that they are not married.

The congregations are large and attentive and con that has afflicted Wuhlnc10n possessed by the occupants of the Company'. warehouses V
her best statesmen and New
|r Hello Pomp what
the conference coramittee appointed ? State itself cannot deprive citizen are you doing dirT
: siderable interest is manifested by all elates in the We refer to their inclination WASHINGTON, April 19.-In the Senate to-day the '
eager to ; Wm. H. English, of Indiana lIon. of his rights without it be as a penalty for some Fltmng.w. ? And what have you get in your mouf T>

exercises.: Quite a number during the week have service of the State for that of the of Georgia, and lIon. Win. A. How- deficiency bill was discussed. In the House the crime. Does the creature posses more power than "Oh, noffiing but sooe j worms- for bait""

been seeking conversion and there is every reason They eecm to value State honors only I Washington police bill was under consideration.No .- the creator 1. : V htr.-Tfi
to that this is but the commencement of an 8 I W regard i the leasing of the Company' property. t "FiMT Aim ; tintboainna of
hope stones: to what consider the ,i action was taken in either branch.
they higher is to confer with the committee I if that is to be the. disposition} made of it, we Lynn is the manufacture of Ahoea. That, however
extensive revival that shall strengthen churches federal office. We it distinct and I The House Committee on Foreign Affairs will report
&!frt a a think the present occupants, in justice are entitledto
relation to the differences of the is intimately connected with the but" business.Cy .
and benefit society. The principal ministerial gentlemen tuLle proposition that Florida has the first I in favor of the abrogation of the Clayton Bul the prt"erence-ror if leased it will still be a monopoly
Congress on the bill for the admis
: present are tbe Rev. Dr. Dubose of Atlanta on her ablest tons, And that she needs their wer treaty. and a mere change of occupants will not wonder what make my eyes so weak"
ct j alter the principle nor quiet the people on the subject said a fop to a gentleman.You needn't
Ga.,and the Ret. Mr Turner the Prtibyterian now more for the development of her ,- The Kansas conference committees failed to agree wonder
Church Rer. Ht. of the and ReT. own on Commerce reported to-day in L (which by-the-bye. mar be the object of wish i -they are in a weak place,*repli. d-ta. .
Long Baptist I ces than to take care of thfe federal interests. $l. OOOoo to continue the riv at their meeting this morning. It is understood ing to lease it for a term years instead of one gentlemanQT

Mr Blake of the Methsdist Church. unfilial thirst for federal Office is that at the next meeting substitute for the Le- year"as'heretofore)}but the people will only be Tax RXASOJC W r.-An Irishman being asked

-A Splendid_ _New a JH. Floridains; and this constant hankering works. ; and only recommen compton bill will be presented in the form of an Bat'ufUd when the monopoly is broken up. But why h* wore his stockings wrong side out.replied: -
the should lease their
J A gentleman in this has submitted federal distinction, operating banefully on ordinance which will be referred to the vote of the suppose Company property i "Because there's a hole on the it&er! aide of'em*
now city jUt at F.t. Marks for a term of years at the extravagantrent

for .ur, examination new and beautiful map of pletion of talent from the councils of the .' & to St. Peir.bnrgh. V people of Kansas: and if they approve of it, then which it is said they anticipate and the next Iffi" An. exchange says : "Young gentlemen who

North America recently published by Jacob Monk to' hoe of the republic, is'what ba brought April 15.-. K. Baron, of South that Territory will be admitted into the Union by r Legislature takes such action as shall break down would" .J prosper in love should woo gently. It ia

of Baltimore. It exhibits all the United States and 1 low an ebb commercial, agricultural and '- confirmed as Secretary of Le the proclamation of the President, but if rejected the for ilamageslAudjuat monopoly, wonld not the Company be Eablfe not.. fashionable. for young ladies to tale trrJfnt

all the Territories belonging to the United State. cial prosperity. There have been instances !. by the people then a new Constitution will be re her* let us ask: What Jriakes the Com- rpiritl..

all Mexico, all Central America, and the West India tinguished: men in other States, who eo far rte-for Mexico'. required to be formed and the Territory admitted panv's lots so IWlch more valuable than the government IV BoY. what's become of thai hole I saw in

Islands also the New siring federal position, have resigned their 15. His *hen it is known by census returns .that Kansas lots. and ho.e't Shanghai? Is it not because
including Canadas Brunswick April currently reported the Coripoiry bare usurped all the privileges which your pants the other day r (Young America carefully -.

: and Nova Scotia. This work ba< evidently been Congress t& take teats in the Legislature. But Houston intends to introduce into has a sufficient representative population. should be enjoyed equally by the owners of the; examining his 1IDmebti tbleL) "It** worn

with and men ate scarce now-a-days, and personal the week It is understood tht the original poHcy of the other lots ? "
compiled great care at a heavy upe on ensuing a to as out. sir.
It contains all improvement, lays down new bfmn- to figure in conspicuous placM seems to have over Mexico. administration has undergone no change in respi c'I But we shall wait with patience for the action

daries, marks new route by railroad and substituted fur that State pride and to Utah. Powell and McCulloch are not sent as of the Company. hoping that it will be such as will 1rA noted Ifliset having relented l so much as
by water lofty At yt\f OtJe .1.. t prove acceptable to the people generally. To make to give a beggar a sixpence su'ddenly. dying soonater
devotion commis-ioners but for counel 1 I
and most satisfactory ( winch WHS wont to distinguish the peace as fluents tn
presents a ecmprchenbire I April 15.--A duel took ) I tI it K, he Company must pursue such a course as I the attendant physician it as hit
place nar gave opinion
iew of Central Aramca Mexico. California &e.j .- srnisof the earlier Javsof the 'Qti JcratJ". A advice during! the pro;e-l -T the arn)'. Co). John t will de 'I at 11 o'clock between Messrs. I I it was from enlargement of the Heart ItT
Th* work also embraces a marginal map of the the Legislature: has become to be considen-J I storf lias not been ordered to wait their arrival.Gen. .- I. At present we shall refrain from asking flnv questions -
W. J. Kennedy citizens of loLiI(. in regard to the sale of the lots at lunatic once informed his who
world, marked with the principal route significant a i oeitiou tlt&t ali a candidate Harnev. has received his final instructiot s and governm/nt phjii-'an.
\ I duelling i St. Marks, and the contemplated disposition of the
carrying ounce wee classifying cases of that he had lost
aU qualify him fur it it to W abe; to his leaves tomorrow. insanity
throughout the great E. as. The for Florida .
agent "'rit proceeds of said .
At the fip>t fire Mr. Kenne l. .
i paces. his wits by tratcMng a whose
ia now in thb citvwith copies of the work for and read without to spell any but !; course wasso
ltolling >aJ hip OUflt but hopes"nrc enter Market Reports. I V crooked that it turned } .
I& get words. This language, but i t i J2gf; Senator T 6mbs has nearly completed hisBankrupt
plin I NEW yOupnl 16. Sales of. Cotton to Jay u:: and it aid that it wilibi I .
P."V"I I u reported olT at .
: A duel Schenectadr.
-' Itii {rne. This hiditfcrenee, lLi. of I IL. : P i 1 11 i, i ,I ii -.__ r" 9' entlr.
turing q .J.h"J. .Thst L 1 tlj a- "" i" r .
theL1roj- owe no gOWTOT ''. i-j.._:me river Is lull ttcd'rTMn'g I: n&rlfl ) IIp tiIJ9 Q Q1.VJej t .. two exquisites. Tneyionght with lucifer
ttactor and Company, the mail for glorious young State. are not j Wheat dull ; sales S/XK bushels; Southern red tlI ; Flour is selling in' Knoxville at o'ne dollar matches, en the tow-path. One of the parties was'

, fat Florida is to lean here hereafter on Wednesday sentiments but off ehoots They federalism which I 12 <@ $1 18, and white f 1 18 @ |1 54. Corn advancing nnd a half a sack of three dcflafs a baird I, and isclull slightly killed and the other mortally frightened.G5 .
and" : April Apprehensions are at these prices..
and Friday mornings iuitcod of on Wednesday impress State Sterei7 by teaching us to of another serious rise in the river. j I ; sales 66,<)00 bushels ; white 73 @ 75, and __ The Troy J7m describes "blasted hopes'tobe"m

Saturday nsornlftgs as heretofore; and in consequence the duties we owe a j, yellow 77 @ 78 cents. Spirits of Turpentine firm ST. Lou'. Arrill4.-The remains of Mr. Benton rrying a woman with the hope of
the day of publication of tie floridian otreig. THt cents arrived here at 4 o'clock.this getting
-I state of things has become HY AFRICA. at 5 per gallo Rosin finn, 4,000 barrels afternoon and were $30,000 with her ant when the union .
.moat oe changed, to conform to this arrangement f! I 16.-The shipment of the tele told at $ 52!. Rice firm. V escorted the residence of Cot Grant by the military I' is.consummated .
in the miud be
from of all thintirg men (hi rno)t and a large concourse of citliens. to presented with biD for'last 1 rear's
Sit hJay fo toThursday-tleajt/5 the : : the steam vessels is in MOBILE, 16. Sales of cotton .
tTnless present.z solicitude for the development pr progressing April 1,200 bales at Frightful l cpnsMjveacVs are likely f ensue along board." .
this change is made, the' FlOridian will L the multiplied public interests that end manner. unchanged price The "t bteamer's news hid \io e r- the Low.r jUfsisaipp .which ]j.s now bg'bdin! some V

I not leaf esfof the East until the following Wednesday the are to public arc daily" increasing about fccL Market firm. Sales of the Week 8,600 and places than eYer.kar.wn before, by the accession,of t2T Many true heart that would have com
enlightened wisdom of the State, and the combined floods' back. like the dove to the ark after the
And fhi'th'uer first
tie rivefs
ered with b6 change prejKed, the i the English mail steamer Gambia. receipts 9,120 against 3,100 bales. The stock i ii running transgression -
V Fiori&e: piness and renown of her people. When into the Mississippi, which are rtAJng from St. Pauls; has been frightened beyoDd'J1CaD .*
*, with all other mail matter from the 1 i month since she by the
was due. 98,500 bales. The receipt to-day 1,950 bale down. The .. ( ,
stake shall Missouri .and .I1h i
i a we permit false delicacy to 1 ri.te ,are both angry menace, the taunt, the
I West wiUlayorer. at Honticello 6 me'jrfy-/our vene between our duty as journalists and the L between France and Switzerland NEW 0&1"'1'11, April 1C.- Sales of Cotton to-day high and rising and aD.their tributaries are at flood unfrI riDf'yotJd. savage charity of anDefiahiona

tuntn-thus depriving the people EaBt of Tallah&fice interest*of the State, and uneasines. The difficulty i i. in 5,000 bale The steamer's news caused rather an] height. The high water' occasioned by the heavy V

Vi of at least one day's later intelligence than they the"medium'6f a candid pFeseotaiicti prevent an appeal effects or conspirators against the life improved demand. Middling 11 (oj 1TJ cents. Western rains which and have North ext Western ndd throvgh the" whole : tr from a new :**John.

would receive if this laying at Monticcllo have country. The usnal I : what'* bakery r A place where "
; over
was citizens ofouujVStat to" !ectify by flieir taken up .their abode in Sales of the week 18,500 hales and the receipts spring mountain rise baa not yet taken place and I they bake sir.

V obriated. If the mail was to leave hereon Saturday tion such glaring evils? ifwc other cantops oCSwitZ11 D,1. 33,000. The stock' is 379.000 bales. The increased should it
instead of Friday mornings, this detention gladly excuse ourselves from tnbbghtso the )'wa French Bourse has loet buoyancy receipt at thfs point is 35,500 bales, but the de the whole lower country doubtless. will be Inun: What'* a gallery r .r-- place where then

: Would aot oc tir-and we appeal to the Rail Road p dated: Is ga i"
crease at all points rs 104,000'CUARLZSTO -
the task. Then if it be
true that the \"ot r .
I l hi -
Company WldeTation of the public interest of Spain continues to add rein :
Florida have not been sufficiently cautious of *, Aptir 20, 1 F. M.-Sales cf cotton to I State ConTenUori. 74 A
to make the necessary change in their Schedule so Jean, in the selection of 'men for office and vessels ia the Gulf cf Mexico': day I26o bales, at fOJ to 12J cents. There U a We see by the last Floridian that it endorses our "WlstAei'n V 'er air aad wall ILIN tteir loss .

I that the detention complained of will be prevented excused or overlooked in many instances those : Holland has reduced iU rate of dtv ; brisk demand since accounts, at full t cent advance suggestion to hold the Convention on the 1st Mon flit eh erly; seek how to redress their harms"

The :Railroad Company has heretofore acted in qualified for the public service, may not a cent. MOBILE,April 20.-Sales of cotton yesterday 1,200 day in June next, and shows very sensibly and I With a persevering spirit and nndiflnaVtd by the

,t an matters in.a spirit of public accommodation,and r of policy be confidently anticipated, in the L the Porte has rejected the de bales at rather stiffer prices, but quotations are un Democratic clearly why party.there should It will show be a Convention the abiding of confi the blanks he'.had:drawn Mr. Heinrieh "Peters aa
we persuaded that the employee on the South Carolina
change suggested so candidates for a ship canal through the lath changed. The receipts since deuce and Railroad purchased -
for office this summer? We Saturday morning are respect we have in and for our present a ticketNot S9330Caaa! iaS. .' '
oviobsjust and appropriate not to aB 4 ..
say necessary Let : 2,370 bales. Representative, assembling in Convention and I
nominating assemblage, of all parties, the Geors?a Lottery. Imagine his feelings when he
wiH be made. BKovld it be sluih then and there the
made we as delegated will of the
over select the most experienced and NEW ORLEANS April 20.-Sales of cotton yesterday plere.nominate found that No. 29SSO had drawn $,(
on the him to his
to Stfaqnehafla.
to present honorable po.inon'and
go press Friday as heretofore and
S thus be enabled to furnish out subscribers East men for the important positions of lcgilators! J7.. -Th! United States steam 5,500 bales at unchanged prices. Sugar firma furthermore elect him. We hope therefore, Undiscouraged by triral disappointments, hul'f"ard -

Tallahassee with the of force them, whether they wilTcr" Hoi, to'r 1iia. Joshua R. Sands commander J Flour- active, with the Floridian that as all the press seem to beuoaniiEous is a competency. for lift; ... .
cntelflenc< by the fimatirely to'the calls of patriotism and lower SAVANNAH, April 19.-Sales of cotton o-day 2- on the subject that the 1st Monday in: "Wb njorfttni meats..U>Jnea, most jjcod,
V Northern mail of that day. Bay j-esler'day l from 150 bales! The market is firm at' full' June will he the. day.uDdemood for the assembling She looks ppod them with a tllreatoniDgele.'QA..I11' ) ."

quirerfiSnts of .the1 body po1 ti The first Has 155 cases of.yellow fever- on-- prices, and nf. tKo un Sllato----_ C_AnvantiAn___ __.__ .at_. _\f/x nH..n _/'-1._J.:_ tjw ., ..'. ;.... ____ ;__ & V_- ;.. M. ,
citizen is to the with a good demand. Good Middling 12J cents. Democrat: v.u.v.-v..u. jsa u ** I'TIIU Ml V E* every government that were 17 deaths s.enta .
W Jao are UespOuI1D1e. on her passage in our columns, and $i. fS or $3 'CO to S.
Th V Stritiftl Tuesday last utters the remarkable life and property. and ho is left without "were left nt Kingston; Jamaica, NEW YORK. April 19.-Sales of 200 4 Swan & Co.. Augusta Ga. Never despair, II may
when called bales, and the market dull. Rosin V Shipwreck and l.oaa of Itlfe. be turn next.
I declaration She Democratic in Congress upon to contribute, by the officers. Marine Officer, First very steady at your
party We find the following in the Galveston Civilian'
bis talents, to ,iU successful $1 51. ThIngs out of hope are compassed oft with
I Li responsible for fbis defeat of the Lecoroptou administration. Queen, (a native Maryland bat Tuesday last: rea-
man peculiarly fitted for sueh ,' service The I turing.
positions from the District
Constitution and not'the" efgni recusant Know of Co V brig Perseverance Capt. Roberta arrived
clines when solicited to fill i3r: Judge John W. Ellis of Rowan has been yesterday evening from New Of course the prize will be promptly paid when
them Orleans
we March having
I Nothings, whoreeorded their vbteVngifrfst Its regard 1841)) is tfce only offi encountered due. Swan A Co. -
pulate. nominated the are noted for
by Democrats of North prompt payment.
Carolina the
heavy gales oa 30th and 31st March
If to the domestic service of the State and who& death is un as
will be borne in mind'that the Lecotbpton t y an. ed. their candidate for Governor.. The vote stood in and 1st of April. She.lost her foresail but suffered Publishers of papera will Tooea' for that; we .-
measure provided'for the admission of Kansas USl should never be sent to a federal position, for no other material damage.The GtitrUtton ((8. asnw. 4t3T
P'eabodJ"t in London. the Convention.-for Ellis 25.041 fur W. W. ITol.e V 'V -
State,and thBef re-\t'ai regarded a Southtm : b< occe tastes the strong meat metropolitan Perseverince fell in April 3d, with the wreckof
16.letter baa been received Editor.of the Raleigh" Standard, 2159-l---sent- It La aD.ou2e ffX tf
ntMvrt is both' sections the orsh w\l1! ever afterwards refuse the simple schooner Sarah Bartlett from Tuapan to Sabine. the l1eftmond Enquirerthat
o( Union and
the encountered upon' which IHa mother nari bed him in her London; April M, announcing : tering 1203. lat 28 deg. 50 m.' We %. loag., 99 dvg. 37 m. The the.. .transfer of Mount Vernon Wi tW. Ladles'

black Hioit implacable opposition of the household intelligence that the house of i .tn'dP: - t Sarah Bartlett ha capsized in a gale five days pre- Mount YernoQ Association. fa now.a fixed bct -.
republican party.embraeingtbeDouglaas faction Hawklna ConverflloriV vious. The Perseverance' took from the I
paid all its wreck a
up indebtedness to This has been brought".abW by.Ae defeat
oa account of ita recognition of the institution .V nd. The Flvridlan tt Journal expresses satisfaction at boy named James Van'Hdfa,' from New Orl*n., of the
slavery jt Homicide in Hamilton, Coiratv.JASPEB our having announced tht )e were in favor of tho and; a sailor known as Charley, in a state of extreme bill in the Virginia House of Delegatea which. pro
V was not unexpected then that North.era CollIsion nomination of Judge Hawkins for re-election to exhaustion the hut named deranged. They had posed''its purchase by the State. .
at Sea.
men, with their anti-slavery prejudice, would Fill., March: ; 13, Congress, as it had been reported that w'e preferred clung to the wreck ef'er since the accident C-41 : V

interpose strong opposition to the admuuon of Kansas Mw.&& BOTTOM:-On Saturday l6.-Adices received here an another gfentTetnan.: How bu6h a report could have Sanders and four men were lost. tST It is salfthat the Earl of Eosae OM of the

oader the Lecompton Constitution.But evening Tuesday night lAst..the British brig. get into circulation we are nt a ION to account. The wreck was sunk to the j-aHaT The vessel first astronomers in Eorope baa told gentleman
inst a
Norther every ((11th ) our village was the scene of an : from New Providence (one of the Certain are we, that we have never intimated such after capsizing lost her masts when she. partially

JDemocratic member Congress, acknowledging nate affray which resulted in the death of ) came in collision at with a thing for we have never tielt either dissatisfaction righted though full of water and.with the loss of in England' that he aati ipttea one of the most la-

allegiance the Democratic party with C. MeBain. who had recently settled in this Co of sea the with the present incumbent' or a preference for her cabin. tensely bet summers this year that baa ever been

exemption of Senator Pngb who voted under ; and was highly esteemed by those who knew Calais Me. Both vessels sunk any ono else. In at' wo know of no gentleman in She had specie on board but though divers were known, and he advises 'farmers 10 build heda fo
fastwoiioes rota for of"water.. Mr. Wm. G. Marriott the State, to advance chothwe would be willing sent down from the.Perseverance none of i it could
the admission of Kansas their cattle of the
protection ex
as a While in a state of intoxication he under by way against
Slav. was guilty ;'" passenger on the Virtoria, was present circumstances to let aside Judge be found. It is supposed to have been lost with -
Stativ confidently expecting that the measure infraction of die Town laws,and it became ,'25'iri'number !. Hawkins We are opposed upon principle and the cabin. The survivors stated the amount of treme heat. ._ V .
were The .
: fovolvlag pocnllar IntercUs of the South would to call the marshal (or the purpose of policy to making changes in our congressional di'.- specie at g30,000x-bat this. is more than she would TMt Spirit tAt Three ne*' J CUryymtn in

V fimxad the vot of tvery Southern member and further trouble; that officer appeared and succ sugar aDd500a in specie _gntion except for grove cances and wo know of no probably' have carried is the trade in'which she C3ujro. -A paper has been la 'eifculatioo daring
Us insured in New Y otk./ uu of complaint whatever against the JadgeOR '- wai engaged. ./ week
eee Their
V P'ig : expectations were not in arresting Mr. the present among the clergymen of Chicago
re- McBain-when i
a friend oftbat 1 the contrary we ,believe his course has The schooler. Sarah Bartlett .
given waa a new Teasel
albed. fight Ainwkatts, prompted by an. tleman interfered a fight ensaed, during alt4 fin drleAnA oausoal satisfaction and it was fur this reason that tfnd was ,owned by Capt, Sanders,:whose wife resides : coigreeationa pledging them a to meeting,recommend on$ ,to thHr* for respective the

.tipstby toitsDanoerMts pirij, betrayed the most :marshal drew a hunting knife i and infli&ed April 17.The Uluiwij river\( we proposed 10 nominate him by acclamation. Bat in this 'etty; The boy James Van Horn U pose of beseeching the Almighty Saturday tnterpoaain, p.theWashln2toa'and ,
vital latewrts of their tV Wof in doing this, we'did not to confine this about 13 of' and is' T. IX '
yjel Mr.
ow by'yoUng with rible wound in the region of the heart of ravag"** and'sad' devastation proprose years age, a son of struggle BOW going OB in: prevent
aetidh Co the press. We supposed that the Van Horn of this office. He that he
tho Lkc people states was
tbfliais to'4M t remedied ..Tire' the consummation o'.t K
aUZ"fNl "141"' McBain died almost instantly. There can tbli'iear. breakages of thrfdWerent counties in their primary meetings sleeping in the'cabin, end was "awak aed at about ai.nIqdijOFFiCE "_

: I V ..i waa wfported only by the Dtootratic par- doubt but that,the marshal acted too preel lta in fartfraa direction pn_n' The.eN____. ___ would tkk* the matter up and being all of one ac 1 o'clock: in the morning-by:the falKag of a lamp, '

V tt W etth &ntinelbyadv* .ottofaa. and that there was no necessity for(Ihe-deed- railroad are stopped by the cre- cord the nomination could be made by common thrown down by the ,lurduaffof the vessel. He TA41S4.: B. CCU, >*
I .; Att I9W.J84f f
&lii ; consent without the intervention of .conTention. jumped to extinguish ft ana V .
# afterward
atlcnipt t exonerate the Souta.Brftrii plantation. Great up ; directly
overflows afe
be At .f the f tie
justified a meeting osrdcf.Dir4orn
for-' mar e.ur bJ.ln defending, Jf itwere. oUb'efwt; if there were different aspirants there was a tremendous rash of water into the cabin. f> ,

4bIJJtyI. ___: .__-VI .. matter. : self wiiea. assailed': fa the :'manne*. tat 41 direction. whose' claiir.l were to be considered or a The aptaJtt wrenched off the skylight, probably Com pan l.'heW this day the. &Uowlag"rtsolution

{ : -.iJ1lu."r; SWL AS to be a _mifcoeceived notion amcrig cor' opposite New Orleans'slill contin difference of opinion (within' the party) to be re- to'give the hid a chance to get1 out, and that was was,JUubtJ adopted That i fc>( eoaaU. \.jt're4 both the
; V There l is also a fiN coacHed, then of: course Cchvention would belled the last he saw of' hjjo. 'Young Van Horn haviag folly
If'.IiTJae .pjdatt : .TFO in reference the proceedings..of thC large e&ll1lg ran to sad slaotrom'owneIandtIibosSt.
Jlaj. Jfcddlougti ; propbsitioi ;; ettttt jfNewpert,
in instance the
title as formerly. But wo do not pantry,and afteirtiog hl.' |leg severely hurt
; : -lr alTu u W.t'ha P t1lt of.Kentucky, Autl oriu..dJecJ to- whieh there prevails 1 V V 'agree with the Meridian, that a nomination should by a water cask got upon a shelf to *av. himself Marka on the,

rtp .r-4Lt%to ibaIl ;s PotMorvaonijni. tbfJft' a vild ungovernable spirit;. defying : & .Y tD"V aJa. ." -fy made l,y'ai, CfenrenUoft* fa every 'instance. fi-om being cnishcd J>y articles tuwblfng about- river,-U*? Board' deem It.lajtfptJiffVat tbai divert present business to
11i rsttrainfv Tfcpy forget 'whaft I Tterehould be some neteuity for It. The truth This raved his lifefof although UM accept o any proposal, nay
t.setorpe : a' proud schooner
)$ a j Uft Washington 17.-rlt is reported that a oiessejQ' is time capsized from their'own propel lftat may bjttrionslyaffett <
and the
are many very good democrats in our State p.intrywts shattered to
C' .1nt tancehai been irenowtl pieces by the
fi .Voi .. ..rtJlr n dexjeci[ to reach V [ ,to.tbroMbatt0f, here two 'weeka ago *1th who. have y ejry $serioxt objections to the tyttet ofnowthatIngb wave, he clang to the) shelf and when the vessel Its ysLTieVCtthiOhMYY4bt: Uenrrtd

:, "Jb a bf mJ&u..idlftn': ,, ? l.i ,, ,Arafiicaa .dtixens.;-the; people.,of *gdv reine : ?t.JohJtOD'co DeDe! offen. those, t>. We are not of that righted wefcf forward anftf6aWlln only survivor, in buiWinj.aa4( .ijippTPf P" Baflroad. Bart w.

:. 'How &,6tJa a U*" e M1ie ,e41'e _law.;.an yields to. tbafpo-frfthrf :1: te the arrtva) o/the COBV number !UeT1U% when they can 'be dispensed .who had bashed himself to the wreck most wlUiag and ,anxiftM to eUat irrpopeTt7
.fl dirtttTmms'mPt fnti jt Vl Mn.fttirt fJs if : aftd' t1Ib'obfd1 .peace :; wlth: ''WeabonlJ harW The states thal'tlio St. Marks,f..d" ai >w to 4meedng
t .If Irtt fti l ready w .D.It baJ1'h... : WaWtflgton. ., -, no objections to pursuing. boy sMfot t" htl Jilirium atUd that dekt-k tbaa'pay
;' .1..' < ,:. -" } arwCher eosm.. We; however,nake no tocnp to throw him overboard aDd tbathe M
.1' jies ?UI insm4etotA1ae .amitoltL. ... jjt irho oppositionoa tnaa- \wo-thr II"
.. -r. itaa '
VV' .% jJI't 't' -_.Ho..c.'l 'i.f < oatarrfrcj from Camp | onventioAin thil fawtanee, eopeclallyas, we I the madmanfast ijilsa btof rope. ,He
pe. _M. ;; -. &ofttW'tAWI; : 1rIio'f,4t1ue1Qa IDODlt 'r.W&hnu Co'L Jolrtsofl is desire to run a'candidate for the office ziltlf drank ", an latsresi of.AM eaatTli4ulUiJroaJ C .may
V : -' V .:. .1 : I i '. :perfotiy able : pf State i sea water aad appears to think that t cad WareholH
;; = .-.-, --fYIO'.lrl.u'U.; taa-ralsc-, 'Begisief. :We are. entirely lndlfjferentr as.\to Jb. :Lt.itrentbene4bIs eadrfrance. 'Prinldn j1.salt water .',. \00. .
": ._ i!'" ;1 t.o1'tdlJ-lJ rfitIV. r r$J7$' .% &*% ; irert.all'jhwri Wttreuwiaeice J 'I time or ftlae, of holding It. and acre* J to the .ug- !. like -a mo nUJn' stmm"'YU-i iprob W.rt.V .'.I \11II" w.w.wiiot iii

3 Is'l#ifet-. ..::,- l'l'r V r"If' JV/V'R- 'fuily'Yriarj s- g.4leni Of&Oarin..3.1erflaadfs i Yew'.- : droithe poor ssoiofhIewttas'.tU uht'. !tiMID .
? ., | ,> / : V .! .i..j -
'f Vii '
: :
-'..,7I'M"% .-"r.i'" ". V.V,-, > f' *- .io1 If >o\.f'; V V .('April I-Itl.:' tf.\: V VVIV I i'I have that ,ff ,>.-?.;;O of91tfV : V V \ m 'IC .Jt ;.

; "i ;. t .I:

S c.j :.., .

; V ,:,: :1'V ,'<" ( j'J''t. ,.. "!'; -;.- .} -. VV _.*, V VV I ., : .
V : V

---- U,, '. .. '. _. '.., ..' .: <',', .. . .
t I J : : -. : ; ) t-n ';'' H'' :' ':. '"-" '.*'/A -- :

,.",otII, : -.tK ..o dffff---
W' Xouoj-ike, YIti.L !..
t-pMt; ,, Iw"a _
OOdItt' -.-- :i Ja .

diycr tw'o. -t &, 1 '., ;.'..:---.4 J'' -., ..e.. I. ,.I"I ZOYAFS POR.,,)IYJ&BsI : '

... Mg d& tIr .:i-*, '**.VATX,accuvsq tJL..trocar; or 'J8. .' 1 h.&Jae N"I"!t ;,
XTotL f .
: bspetfy Only 90.)00 Ntl4lere-t rr 0' -
-- Wan c.q 1"Utatr. V !. i hiJ :SPRINGAZJp.S.WMER' fMOD$ II ./ S. 2" O.:'0' .'9. ',, -- \'D.A.'Z'AI' bl"b' 'f'. .-" .-. r
1 KMErliN 1 yKIEfi TO tTtoCt INET1cZtI ;fJA/' ..'.. M
Browa Hoffi.) and eat tsk Per, JScmplof. from lew Y? rk t. ; '. .' .
Hay nest Eli tmtirinff tXfrtidiw wjfl ljs 4tog4 --n )'I One Ttdket (tm Ihvu tkrrt-Pritul FOR .$iO D O'bI 1\.1i.l11 )Z ;tid.:."I. ': #
Sptei.l .I t1tti. roll aatJufiicrioB to all who 'sill LADIES DRtSS GOODS .0'1f ---
Hm. .
palrooizc :'. '

-. = April 24.185S. ITT. HATS Jf CAPS, CitiPriE* 830,000. THE feRowina; sLqbrrn; W 3raira by 41 8 waa, .rUbttpa I' t .
'm III Co,-Ilaoa2traof.4lw.8p rta Academy Xx>t- : 'm JU 4bG
THE GREAT EKGLISH:EEMZDY.CrUmiATK W. .BREVAltD.irtf 'I I BOOTS AND SHOES! HA.\A.U.pL.\ .OF. SINGLE ITCVBCXl.. teiy, to ieb of Oeir Single Number Ltttcrutf tot .' .2'illd.. ., ..a"-. :-.'.

cLLr's ) FEMALE PILLS. 1 IIARD-\\"ARE AND CROCKERY .a April 1858, at Augusta. Georgia in publIc, ua- Leave 'tsll4.MwI .-.**:\t>%..Jfd: Y'
.ttc ttTALLADASSEC LaW- t USTY Comfuisawnera, (except the Ith sad 29th of.uckiziotitj '/\
mey ; JASPER du the -cdtnoecf
LILlPd Jr a pmvrtptitm of Sir J. Cl rh', M. SUMMER CLOTHING I O AC4DEY LORT. sop Train will MaTe. at Vnale** tb'e"1 -J. "

S' (;.- citm Ifciraordinerif to the ( '. FL.'. Plantation Gou'!". Mat!ing. Gro t'rit-8. do".. which we AUTHORITY OF TJIF STATE. OF ft SO.VLA&3 CL.i 9; upon Monday, Wednesday .rrd&1.Ut .

flu thvlab31 raedlcifii is u&QlEff In' the ran.of all April 4,1858. 17 I will Fell on the most reasonable terras.Kr I ---r-- To b. Drawn in the City Aufusta, Ga, raOn 31JC, ale for P.4 0.& R, in which ease th. "

MtoftilMd *_ QHODGKIRS S/" April *tM, 1868- ,
MBiUtalloa II object It moderate an excesf&d rwnrre* Just Received ) ; SCOTT & POOLE. CLAS3 MX; Drw..,April 15th l5S, rrire at St. Hark...-....>.r v J., l -

.a.v-trwiion*,aDd s speedy elite ny be relief on. ,. Per Francis Secor"from New York. April 15.1858. 10-tf In public. At Macon, dn. under, the. 4w6r. sap r- CLASS 10, Leave St. Mark*;..,t i..v1Amrt A I
TO JfJLSKIXD LADIES ir.tuncJecre of E. C. Bulkley tad Joseph Watwmac at TaUabaasM.._., .* '.
rl1Iuit. It wTO In a short %im brlbt on the I rj: BOXES Englisii.D"airy Cht II Fla. EJis ,
Ie ., .lth._,.ItT. .t ., .. ....' '. I. U Smoked Herrings I UnitedSta.tesMail, f .' "; .. .. bn Strtay. prill0L4. 18M. tM lint .r![.9 Steancrt pt1i .'tH...

JIOIIt'jack bottle price One Dollar bean tin Government Stamp 10 Keea-Gosben Butter. I POST OrricK DZI-AETME.VT, ) I Prize's' Prtvable! Without Doductioo.BCHBXZ ". leana, Key.West end Havn wWeb 'am".f. :... .

-r Or,*t Brlttla to prevent ooBBUiWU. :6 Bbl. Dried Apples', March 80. 1868. )r I CLASS 11, depart from St Htrb oa ti. Iflth a d:da ..ofbmouth. .'

.LVXiON. 1 BbL Beans. .. iFf I 1 ROPOSALS for carrying the mails of the UniX : .. To be drawn in the..;ity of AngiwU. Ga in puUkCM '. '. 'jr. : ".

TIMe W M>Id (4 be tajtcm by fcmaJss du rtef the Bntfcrt. sale J! i.a BERRY. : .ted States from 1st July. 1653, to 30th June 1 Prize of. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. ...130,000 l'e4 lu& On Pen tfola 4 O *yhi Rail Bnad av t

.Booths of Prejfaaacy,.a*they are IBM to trlnf on MIsrriait, 1U8. 18 I: 1859, inclusive on the following rubles in the Stat' 1" .. ... ... .. ... .. 1 ,o Saturday, April- I train will be ntn oo 3fo.da7sW.datP'7.M4pji. ,

,bat at.air_oiher time they are sails.j of Florida, and io the time.h reJ; spebflrd, will be 1" .. .. ..... .6,000 GLASS 12- .. days: -. 4. ... : ... .
ill eases Nervons$ ad Spinal Affect m, Pain In ti. ,At Private Sale for County received at the Contract Office of this Departlrcsit I 1" .. .. .. .. .. .. !,600I Lea ye Tiialiu.i. .......... ........ 7 ..i. .

Sack and LImN FaUa-oe on slight exartlon Palpitation of BONDS. until 3, p. in., of Blat May next, to be decided on the M .. .. .. ......... 1.000 To bo drawp ia the City of Augusta Ga, ItiOn p"bI. Arrive at Station No. S.(Wa1W.. I. )..."A.iL .'

,!,. newt Hysteric and WHUe*, these PiUa will affect a I I following day : .' ; 'Ii 1 .., . .. ... .. 4. 1,000 ; Sorwrday, April 24tA. 1867, LeaveSUitku 4'O'v..! .... .........',..f .. t-' .
eirs when all other,meant hare f&11M,and although a pow- I i C682 From Ja:tonville] t' Baldwin, 22 miles and S" . 600 . 1.600 ON THE PLAN pF$HtQ& RUMBE. Arrive at Tal1''H.-t'.IOM

.rful ramedy 0.6, calomel antimony,or any THE undt-rwgned will self GO acres of LAND ad- ]i I bn.k. six times a week. .. 6 II : .. 160. .. 160 A HACK leaves St. Marie on *rtlitq t& 111t?;
iking hurtful to the constitution. is corporation of Tallahassee en which :I I Leave Jacksonville daily, except Sunday at (10" ... 100 .. 10.000 5,435 PRIZES ; for Newport aDd returnattt tlm &s..ct with tiyp .

fun d.reetlons; Accompany each package. Sole Af nt for cisterns there a new dwelling out hooies, StAhl., and two i I! 6a.m.; nosooo "' .. 60. 6.000 NBAELT ONE PRIZE TO ETEBJ KINS TICWCXT*' Train to TallataM > +,tf .

lilt United Btatea and Canada JOB MO6K8, com jlete. Arrive at Baldwin by 11 a. m.; . 16. 46,000Approximdlioti t ? ..
ALSO Fare from Talkbajsee to St. Mark*.....:\ I..Jt
N. T. Leave Baldwin MA SHEJl$1
(Late L C,Baldwin & Co.) Rochester. dn'ly. except Sunflny, :
s.4tO and 6 eatampuBeloeedO.an1au or' 187 aere. of Land half a mile from the above witha I ., or on arrival of railroad train from Fer. Prizes : APHILI II J to Station So.'1, Pes.* :
IS .
jr. TO .
G&: K. R.,. ... ......-. .;......"-., 1.0 .'
win Insure a bottle containing CO Flu by return lot of 16 fine .. for nandina ; 4 Prizea of 125 to $3O00$500
Principally County 4 priui
lied Agent .f. ;.sm f
: Priw of .170,000 >
Far from Tallahab to Station ft.P nr.* ...
Bonds for 8 Arrive at Jacksonville in 5 hours- 3 4" BO to 10.000 . 200 i: .
mall. or on good security 10 and 1!.years. I say by . SO.OOO 4 . 800 .
: 1" .Geo.Rl &.-......*. .. .,
Foraal.1I1 Edward Barnard Jr., Sole TTbolesfle and Eeun LARDNER GIBBON. p. m.6S8S S" 401o 6.QOO . 320 1" . 10,000 4" 700 .t'.ft
Agent for TaJ ueeJ.. 8. M. Davidson, Sole Arlit Sevilla near Tallahasse, April 17, 1898. 16-tf : From Baldwin; by Barber's Newburgh. Alligator 12" 25 to !,5oo. .. 300 1" . 6,000 ] i" . 600 Fare from Talkhassee Station No.. ".('Waiker' '. .r. ..
Little Kiver. Mill})... ,.. ;..... 1,00
Helena 24
for Qal ey. Spring Grove 15 to 2,000. .. 360 1" . 4,000 60" .. 600 '
THE WEEKLY Columbus Mfldin, Sandy Ford and Mon- 20" lUte 1,000 .. 200 : .t
Febf1W18,18M.11_ ticello to Walker's Mill: 14C miles and 1" . 3.000 60 . 300 FrrigM ehorytd ct Peruanta Jk (. J":
If jour; Hair la Barali, CHRONICLE & SENTINEL back six times a week. S286 Prize amounting t. . ...116.130 4 1"" .. .. .. 1,500 1.000 230 100 "" .. .. .. 125 100 185. to 61 paid. f iV.YyO/gOe&.

Ue: Prot Woods Hair I Leave Baldwin daily. except Sundny at 12 FROM ST. MARKS TO STATIONOotton t4i i

Hair 1* Gray. .- PUBLISHED AT AVGU8TA, G&O., m., or on arrival of railroad train irom Fer- Tickets $10 I Halves Ej I Quarters 2 50. *Approximation Prim. per bale.Tobacco ....". ............. S.-tI.f wotK
your naudina 4 Prizes of$400"appro'g.. to f 70.000 prize are$1.r.OO in Boxe* IOU lb.vvi. ,
Use Prot ,ood". Hair Bestorattve.Ifyoa IS TUX ; The :,OO0 Prizes of$15 will be determined the per
LARGEST' AND Arrive at Walter's Mill in 33 hours-say by by 4 SOO" 25.000 1,200 Corn nnd ether gram i iu sacks per bushel 10 10 .
nalr 11 BEST lust If the
ItT"r Tkk1UIM Wood. flair toraU'e, LARGEST AND BESTLARGEST I 2 a. m, (allowing MIH bntrr to cliAoge tLf figure ( number that drawl the $80,000 4 M !OO. lq.QClO" SOD i Suit per .. .. ..;... 4 O"4. 4t1
Fur If the number the
are ANn BEST mails ut Alligator ;) frize. example : drawing 4 125" 7,;OO" COO Hay: in Dales p'r.O !b.-. u4L. _*.- .t.
Bald.t1It'I Prot Wood's Hair Restorative.IT LARGEST AKD BEST : ... Leave Walker's Mill daily except Sunday at 30,000 piiif ends with No. 1. then all the tickets 4' 100 0,09 I' Aort ;'.,C....:. *.Pl..aru..fl natM. ..L '.
icnouaIln4acbt. PAPER TN TilE STATE I 2 rn, or on arrival railroad train frcra where the No. ends in 1, will be entitled to $15 If 4" 75 S, OO" 300 inpaclcagesper.100 *\. ... w 5 ,- "
you Us Fret Wood's Hair Bestoratlvs.f PAPER IN THE STATE. Tallahassee p. the No. end with No. 2, then all the tickets where 4 If 60 1,500" 200 Bar Iron per 100 lbe... ....... t$ 1'Allethrgoodsperl0O1bs.
you hare Dandr1lr.U.; IN Tnt STATE.IN Arrive i\t\ Bitjdwin In 46 hours-pay by 12 m., the to O.No. onds in 2, will be entitled to $15, and so on 5,000priie* of 20 are .. . .. 100.000 .. ..... S* to taSt

.. Prot Wood's flair Eestoratlve.If EVERY NUMBERIN (allowing nine hours'' rest nt Alligator.) -- From TALLAHA&SBEf* .

7o4 have Eruptions IN EVERY EVERY NUMBER NUMBER For forms of proposals{ guaranty and certificate, Certificates of Packages : 6,485 Prize amounting to. .. ...... ... 820,000 Cotton per bale... .......T10NiII- *1' 40Hi

Use Prot Wood' Hair Restorative. IN EVERY NUMBER also instructions and requirements to be embraced Of 10 Tickets arc sold at the following rates, which WHOLI, Tlarrs $10.; HALVES $5 ; QuiiTEXs |:{1. Tobacco in Coxes per 100 lbI... tf 121.

If JM desire Clotty Hair, WE GIVE THE READER the contracts, see the advertisement of January 12, j I ) 10 Whole Tickets . .. .$35 00 -:oO'- f Corn and other gram in sack per S .ftss

Use Prot Wood's Hair Restorative.If "WE GIVE THE READER 1855. in pamphlet form, at nny of the principal post isthe i-iic 10 Ha1f . . 17 BO PLAN OF THE LOTTERI .. Salt 2 U

yon desire to preserre Use Pro the Color Wood's, Hair Resforfttlv WE WE GIVE GIVE THE TilE READER READER offices. AARON Postmaster BROWN General., I ) J 10 Quarter .. .. 8 75 The If umber from 1 to 50,000 correspondingwith 'II Lime Hay JX''t.aek..I' ..tal It. tj

I .Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at those Numbers on the Tickets printed oo ) t. .
I you desire not to loose the Color, Apii', 10, 1858. 15-4w separate aDOi,ip puckafcrper Ib..i419jWI:
Cheekson New York remitted for encircled with small tin tubes
prizes. of
Use Prot: Wood's llair Kesto'ratlTS.If irmcb reading; ffi&tter as is.contained in --I I'Q'TTINCV slip paper are I Bar Iron per 100Ailothergoodeper Ibsl.......*...* -Ilt
I : 1-I Address orders for or Certificates of Packages and placed in one heel. !

you want a Cheap Use Article Prof. Wood' Hair Eeslorativt.Jf the ordinary Weekly! Paper; of the Sofcth, Nathans' t ffi House, Tickets to The first 457 prizes, similarly printed and anoirj j I 100 lb..41$413I5EDWRPHIIOJJSTQLTN. !

consisting of I I4 Small Schemes Ilravt every Wednesday it Sat rdy. cled are placed in another wheel. F
you admire the Lock.Cae Jc1 FLORIDA. ANDERSON d. SON Mnna jrt. The wheels are then revolved, and number is Prts. 4.. Iat.dmt.
Prot Wood's Hair Restorative.If TALES I
Beautiful INTERESTING STORIES AND TALES _. *.- I Macon or Savannah, G- drawn from the wheel I.of umbers, and at the same February 13. J8 8. 1- m ]1'

you admire the Prot Elnpeta.Cee Wood's Hair Bestoratlre.If INTERESTING STORIES AND TALES I T lIE undersigned has again opened HOUSE. of May 30. 15P7. 22 time ft.?TJ4$ i* 2raif from, tie other .wheel. The !
INTERESTING STORIES AND TALES I Entertninment in the building formbrly known I Number aad Prize drawn.out arc opened and exhibIted ;; 850,000 C1'tIo;
,,. yon wish a Beautiful Complexion MARKET REPORTS, RS the Carolina Houte," and would be pleased to to the audience, and registered by the Commissioners ;. "
Use Prof. Wood's Hair Eestoratire.If MARKET REPORTS State Lotteries
MARKET : see bis friends at auy hour. 1. NATHANS. Maryland the Prize being placed against the number 3,000 Balei CoUo&Ur; */

I yoa wish a Face tree from Pimples, MARKET REPORTS REPORTS, April 3. 1858. 14 For APRIL 1858. drawn.; This operation ia repeated until all tbe Pri 5,000 Leon Cotmy Boafti!
., Use Prot Wood's Hair Re.Iorative.Tyoilwubluappe..tTolLn& ,
LATEST NEWS AT HOME ---- ----- --' 1 I
AND ABROAD zes ore drawn out..Approzmation 1&ITCEIISIGNED mates tllTfollOTricsj Pit,
% .,, LATEST NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD & Summer Goods -0- Prizes.-Tho two preceding cad THE itiuns his friends and cAtomcr tlri l' '
Use Prot Wood's flair Restorative.If LATEST NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD Spring R. FRiNc&Co., Managers.
want bvenrirtming, LATEST NEWS AT HOME AND ABROADAc. the two succeeding Numbers to those drawing the Firsf:He will receive Ch in paymert for.aamounts
yon Eead the Circular of Prot Wood's Hair Eestoratire.II ., &., &c. Just Received per Bark R. H. GAMBLE : I UrCIIASERS- -Tickets- will- bear in rTin'-l that first 7 Prizes will be entitled to the 28 Approximation 'I due him on notes, bond or open ,aecftiAnt.
Tbe WrwtLT Oftttmci,*'&SCXTIXKL devoted to POLITICS I P Prizes. For example: if Ticket No. 11250 .
: STOCK of SPRING AND SUM the absence of Caht wi8N&
you want to find it, .: .. ,NEWS and MlseeUaneous Intelligence Is Isiued AGESEPvAL the Maryland Lotteries are drawn bj State numbered I SeC'ondly-In .
eVe Prize those Tickets
The Depot is at 114 Market at, 8U Louis Missouri.y cry Wednesday njornlng contains the LATEST NEWS received consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries authority and by a State officer-and all schemes draws the t'0,000 be entitled Cotton in payment for all bond*, notes or open s,-
will each
I 11251 11252. to r
by MiilM Telccrtph to Twn.v O'CLOCK Tr Shots, dc. 1124S, 11249 counts nt its highest market price.
[ It Is also sold by every popular Druggist In the city up are examined and approved by him.
Nianr, and is mailed to subscribers the earliest $400. If Ticket No. 550 draws the $30,000 Prize '
and par by trains G. & J. MEGINNISS. Beware of all Lotteries with i Thirdly-In the absence of Cash and Cbttorf IM
country. from this city atTWO .. : $ extraordinary those Tickets numbered 548, 549, 651, 552,will each
March 13, 1858. ll-6t will receive to.the amount of$5,000 .ieoa Ck wty
Ftbrocry I, gs. 6-ly large Prizes for a small cot of Tickets-all such are :
DOLLARS YEAR be entitled to f 300, and so en according to the above '
swindles. The Managers of the Maryland Lotteries I Bond kt their, market Value, J b Aytcml 'bf Sdodi,
Letter from Texan.TsiTtt .I Ab NTRI.WEEX1 Bonnet Ribbons and fair schemes be made f'r scheme. note snd acooonts. : *** *
Ce.TIT. .AnpuH 15,185i.0y Fringes, .j'.j'i present as large as can The 5,000 Prizes of$!O, will be emined by the i He would inform hHfr'rads and .east niM s.a1"
PAPER. . $4 00 the price of Ticket; find persons purchasing in them I .
Bros Dear Sirs There i cta. C3O.BONNET last figure of the Number that draws the $70,000
were several -
Messrs.riemlng his for the months of nn4Mr
DAILY . ...... 7 00 if tiny draw a Prise will ceitalnly: be paid. In the s-- payments Febrnary i
of ChUb and Fever in at the time we re- 9J Prize For eXAmple..j the SUIlJbt-r drawing tbejJ.oou
eases my family RIBBONS, I others, dollar invested is so much thrown I are very btav.y. and be feels confident, meonsUEii-i
cen ed the M'L*r>e'i Liver Pills ordered In my letter of June Letters should be addressed toW : and Florence Silka; 'i'1C every Prize ends with Nc1. then all the Tickets tion cf th great indulgence brretbr"rctf .'

., 13th and a few doses administered in each case produced S. JONES Augusta. Geo. Siik Rout-Ins and Artificial Flowers, away. -- where the Xo. eud" iu 1. tvit be enlltl.d to $2O. Ie I they will OA'H and ALL come -fonrard ani''.rilil

the desired effect,thus demonstrating the efficiency of these tF Specimen c'piesl't'nt free when desired. i Cott"n Fringe. Iilamilles Brlid. JTagr'ijiccnl! Sclicme fir ITth April. the No. ends with No 2, then nil the -Tickets where tbtriI""lveli of the inducements offered irrtbra ttdvwtieenient -

celebrated Pilln In that disease.t3T April 17, 1858. 16-lm !, iliirseillea Hntto'is, 62.51 Capitol Prize. the No.ends in 2 will be entitled to $20, and. oo on and pay a.t least in amount*offlrieaf t*_--

Purchasers be careful to ask for DR.M' -E'i Ladies lull Misses Parasols. toO. '" able him to meet his liabilities. Should ther'b j

CLLKBEATED _ERMIFUG E. manufactured by FuunicoBROS I THE REASON WHY # ALSO -GRAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY, CLiSS F, Certificates of Packages will be sold at the followratop any (I hope roDe)'WbOf circumstance wf'tkfte9! t

,of Pitttbvrgh '. All other. Tehninigcs it comparison which is the risk: be! tem! to comply.even in part I Lcpe they will
ftlF" A CAREFUL.. COLLKCTION OF Ladies Pompadour S. S. Skirts, To be drawn in Baltimore City,April 1?, {. Certificates! of Package of 10 Whole Tickets. .$80u I t ti
are worthless. Dr. M'Lanc a fjenulnc Vermlnpe J .. come forwa-d at once, and say *". close up- their ao-
-- ------ -- i !
his celebruted Liver Pills,can now be tad at all respectable : Some Thousand qf.r.UltJOnfor TTifnyt, ,rAie ,tticnph Gen. U Cnnilh ; '_. Drawn liable in each Packages of 26 Tickets,..aEiMtCMFlOENT S. 10 Half 40 I counts and make the rery best arrsngement t.their I
eratty A'noira, ". .:. LHttiCiWhalebone Skirts 'I 10 Quarter 20
art Imperfectly I ,
drag stores. Son gwuin* without Hit signature of I power for paywect her atttf. that h* mayTlaw
A BOOK OK CQXDEVSED 8C1EXT1K1C KNOWLEDGE FOE THIt t H'z: Skirt lloopo, I' 10 Eighth 10 I
[ ] Wtthin." I S:tel ., 1 firan.t Prize of...$G.:>1; JO Prizes of....|1WO In Tickets or Certificates. enclose themoney I depend upon.
MILLION I-BT THE AUTHOR or Inquire ordering
I 1 Price of.... ... 1J.M10 10" .. 1,600 Feb. 13, 1858. 7-tf .
Lon), Whalebone, c. ic.: address for the Ticket. ordered on receipt I, "
: 1 ... ... 12.tfH) lu .... .: to our
a handsome 12mo.' volume of 856 pages, printed I Just received and for sale hJ 1 .... ..... .OIlO 10" ..... 1,110 of which tbey will be forwarded by first mail!
Sljtp( l1rms. IS on fine paper bound in cloth. gilt, and embel- I G.& J.MEGINNIB3. t... .. .... -',IW.lO 100 ..,.... 600 Pui chasers can have tickets ending in any figure they I NEW GUUDSNEW i! 'GQOllIFO..24T11U !

Ic-bed with a large runbcr of wood cut. Illustrating I March 27. h 58. 13fitLadies 1 1 ....... 6.04'O 6.01.0 200 M"" .......... 4iK 150 may designate. I

IbRTOFST.MARKS. the various subjects treated( of. Price U. Sent to - -- i ... .. .. woo fi.f" .. inn The Li't of Dnwn Numbers and Prizes will be
address free of 1 ....... 5.11(111 64 .. .. 90M ,
Dress Goods .
pos'ngc.It &c. the '
any :. Pr7i; of. ... .. . 4iK)0 .. 60 sent to-purchases immediately after drawing. : "
AflRift! I contains a collection and solution of 1332 ficts 1 Jaccuet Kobea, 5 .. ..... .".. 8.11i' I :WiM ..... ,. 40 Purchasers rill pleise ;wrUs their stature; I FILL AID WINTEWftflg
April 13 Steamship CalbrSUn.Bodflah from Key West- in Science and Philosophy some of which on their FRENCPhi'n. Aqiillle.f : 5 .' .... ... 2,000 ? .2U .".. 20 pUiii. ants give' '.heir Post Office County ami State.Qf I

Left same day for New Orleans. \. '. first discovery, puzzled the roost learned and apt I .3s Roles 34.412 rri'-:".. .. ..amounting to.........$. 9.119 Femenjber that every Prize is drawn and
Sietmabip AUaatic,Taltx>l, Sew Orle na. Left same day scholars.' Some idea may be formed of its vast usefulness i Olladi ny? re Liivt.,, j Tukte *:o, }Halvi $in, Quarter $5, Eighth $2.50 payable iu full without deduction. T :

for Key;Wesu when we iuform the r'ader that it has an Ticket, ... ... .... of $I and under ;
17.fiehr.Bull Ensh, Ashby,Kew Orleaca.. atifl Printed Barl'[ I A I BCEap of 2f Whole cost fS-'O ;twA.II: prize Jl00 paid mme. .
frl Index of.content.requiring 40 columns fine type. : Enibro.dereflTarleton; :5wi"" Iu"lill, Must l'nw. .. ...,.. ... 2<*9 diately.aier the wine--other prizes at the usual "- : .. : -I-1.4
by D"ttpd u" 4 1--- tirce-oj thirty dys. par: nm1ersioet1 is now receiving Mi Stodc of

OBITUARY.j, f.o.18 Ann Street, New York. Nainsook and Mu'l Muslins, and All commanisations strictly confidential. .1 FALL.D W1STSR GOQDS
**- -
Mr.EDWARD .F. WILLISON died,.t residence in Also, f.'r.lle by all 1 Bpokeljers in this place. White nud Printed Bril.'iacts! !' get a Manager's Certificate ot Package of 23 Wholes,for.$280 Address Orders for Tickets or Certificate to which want neither in Quantity, Quality or's""
Copies of the above boot sent by mail l, oa receipt do. do. W Halve........... 140 S. SWAN & CO. Ga.
Marengo county Ala,on the ITlh nlL,in the 29 yea .ofhia age ot t.\ to address fre of postage. Bhck; Gro de Zundi.. do. do. ESQuarters........ 70 Augusta, Embracing for the LadIes :,
alter an lDneae ottlfO we ks. The symptoms of hjs disease any Black Alpaca Black Grenadine.Ginchama do. do. 26Eignths... ....... 85 tT: Persons residing near Montgomery Ala., orAtlauta. .
were not alarming until four.days before his death..AU the Reliable A pent" wacte to canvas for "the Rea.eon ;4 Calie es, Law us, Ac, Ac. Ga, can have their order filled and save Silk Robes a QnDle, Sid. Stripe Deai8..B.o1Mc.II
and Within. Send cash orders .
efforts of his physicians and fnends could only alleviate the Vby" Inquire Just received and for sale by HAVANA PLAN. time by addressing S. Swan A Co., at either of those 44 Flounced. M 'Cballie

paia b.constantly suffered. to publishers O. A J. MEGINNISS. i cities. Brocade BayadiereStripe M ,PluabCanille ilareg,
17 ]858.* 15-4t -4 .. .1It
lIe was apprisjpd that death was inevitably approaching April --.- -1" March 27 1658. 13-6t I All) the numbers put in the wheel; and every Prize (Oz r Tickets for sale by E. M. WEST, China Stnped .bI IOe.. Printed.* ba Menao. C "
I and awaited his coming with Christian fortiw e. I in another. Tallahassee Fla. KOOMA
To the I put M tit "
Ladies Satin Plaid Poaltd'LftIr*. Dclaia ,-
No richer legacy can be left to relations and friends than Straw Goods &c. A list of the numbers that drawn from
Q 11 lit? flux P'la-i, old-fashioned mod of J3 are All Wool Jh,1aina.r
I the assnrance that the departed loved one has died with the MRS. E. DAVIS returnsher thanks to the ri''finff, cii/ Prize i<, draim out. the wheel, with the amount of the Prire that each ''

belief that be will live again and live in the presence of God of Tallahassee and tfic. surrounding T ADIES and t'llSSES Bleomeis one is entitled to, will be published after every drawing MANTLED, w'. ,.. ..
reconciled to him by the atonement of his Saviour. This he country for the very.liberal patronage heretofore bestowed ; J-J 1\1t'Is and Boj c 1 rimmed Hats fur Summer 4. in the following papers? Augusta (Geo ) Con- er ZTX&T MATOJ/I.jura trrat.;'" .,.
e'.ncerelj believed and calmly expressed.Mr. and begs leave t. inform them that she has Negro Panama Hate, To b. drawn In Baltimore, Md.,Saturday April Sl'-h, ISM.20.C60 stitutionaliiat. New Orleans Delta Mobile Register; ..t.
:Wnioox was born in Columbia, So. Ca. H. lived now on band a large arid well eeJecteJ assortment of Canada Straw Hats, Prizes 40.000 Tickets I 11" Charleston Standard.) Nashville Gazette Atlanta' In- '. I,
I eeverafrers. la fl ISrvda,whence he went In 1S49,to California. I FANCY GOODS for the spring, which sh. will soil UJust W"JJI II tellig ..New York Weekly Day Book Savannah .' -4 \

He rctarned Iii 18.5.n&' was married la 18. He was upon the most reasonable terms. received and for eale by : MORE PRIZES THAN BLANKS. Morning News,.Richmond DinpalclvNew York Dispatch ValenCene; Maltese and H it L.***..' !

universally esteemed. 2o man had friends pore sincerely April 10, 1858. 15 byG.AJ.M'EaiNNISS. cod ac1dog! (Miss) Clarion.
devoted to him. The charm that won their friendship was 27, 1868. 13CtDomestics :j NOT. 14. 1857. 46-ly I .
rl his probity and manly bearing in his Intercourse with men. Morris Steinert "uiprrno.oxrEtrzs. : mass PAYABLE nr rtJLi1'Prlreof \ i The nndei signed xrooJ) .caJI the att } of tip*
rlI ........ .. Public to bi nrul)
He left fW.OOO 4 Approximate $300 generally, krge. complete StoetofGecta
widow and
a two children a widowed mother,and &c. Florida IailroadA
tE'tTPESSOE of 14USIC'Ii/F 1 ........ .. 12.UOO" .... 250 and Youths Fair Cjothjn
I an only sister. To them his death Is like the .. .. nJ"" .
thick-coming 1 ... .. 4,00fiP( | 8 ... 200
Jo id in and will lessons /COTTON Osunbuigbs, Sheetings and'Shirtings, I Gents and Youth Tall a'nd"Winter
j. darkness over a bright sky obscuring the rays of the sun that HAS Tallahassee give 1-. .......'. ., 4,000 f JIfJ; ; .
the citizens thereof and vicinity upon the Calicoes, Gingham. 1 ", .... .... .. 2,0001 IS". .150 BA TS. -
: lighted their path way arlIt. Brown and B'ay Linnn, 1- I" .......... 2,000f T a meeting of the Board of Directors of (the BOOTS AND SHOES*! .'
, He was borted with Masonic honor by the members of the Piano, Afelodeon-Guitar flvte Violin and Plaid Domestics, Furniture plaids, 1. ........ .. 1,5008 ...100 Florida Railroad Company, held at FernanJiiiaon '
Shlloh Lodge.Qctilist. VIOUN cELLO. 1 .-. .. 1,500 the 7th day of November A. D. the following PLANTATION GOOn
i Brown and lead ColOred) Jeans 1857 .
.. .. a ...
1 1,240 8
: tT. lie be found al fro Dercilly's. Piano tuned.TEttMs I '
may j I Fine Sea Island Shirtinge, 1 .,... 1.240 resolution WitS adopted :- Kerseys ot"v... r c :k '::... 'P r
D. -883 per quart.r, payable i in advance. Brass Hoops, &. 1 ..... 1.000 8 K ... 60 WUKBKAS The work 03 the Florida Railroad br.T- Sfllr't ':tMarlboroug -. L1I'Ikebf." :'. 'I..r..i .
, T. ot23. M .. ... .
JLEFJJLi TO 1 1,000 tug advanced to condition which it into
-ALSO- 10 .. ........ .. 401) 40 .... 50 .a brings useful ; St.ipec 'anJ RusakSb...
Aurist & Surgeon F. Ems Tafhha* ee.1 J CoL W, J. ? LJT.,JefJeraon. 10 ..... .. 800 40 .. 40 connexion with the business of the interior and Plaids 1J 881untUCl..' -.
Madam STEfNtRT native ef Frarjce.will give Brilliants White i HniCtJoredj. I 100 M ..... .. 200400 ... 20 the practicability of a successful prosecution or it to He.ivy Cotton Osnsburgbs.V1rixiia1 W"poi-Lime..
i! TREATS with BticeeM the following Disease and lessons in French for which, a a resonable: charge will A sftoil.8"5"rtns5t cf Encideries? 20,000 Prizes OtIS, determined by the Capital Prize, being the end being resormbly demonstrated, the Company 1 1 4-4 brown and Ltueb.Woonfad.r
; Kid Glovep, Children Talmas, odd or even. wbish'.has thus fir conducted the enterprise consider ed domestics. Steel,Ircfa ariif HMtv "* ,
INFLA.MATION ef the Granular Lids be made. Lace Mantles, Ac.. Ac., for sale br Whole Tickets $10 Halves $5, Quarters $2.50 that been reached where '
Eyee; ; a poiflt-has they may hopeto Brown and bleached 8beiComjd tf ,*afoftfipikt ".fBrnseets
Stoppage rfl&t Tear PasMge, ?(Watery Eyes ) Pto- AprilIO,1858. G. d J. MBGIN agS. A PacknpooflB Whole Tickets, co t .ltMM be met fh o. onfidence and of ths .
.J ; Ult draw.. ...... .. ........ 61Eisk by co-operation tip Jhfdrr. ; -
ala. (d&flpicg.of the Upper gje-lid;) 1 terygium; ; March 13, 1858. ll-6t planter and merchant of the interior: -p r. -' \

{ Strabismoa (Croat eyes,) cured in a few:seconds; : Hanckel & Nowell, -. --------- ......... ......$96 Thertfoft, Retolved, That the Secretary be directed cARP l.: ( Ic

1 Cats net(a form of Blwdpems! ;) Talipee, (CIuMoot:) FACTORS, For Sale. A Mannrow'Certlflcatcs of Pack/igei,18 Wholes, where to write subscriptions to the Stock of the Com Three Ply and hrrUD c.rt .

1 Harelip; Torticollis. (Jffy Keck;) Tumor*.(Wen*;) p.rllonll1l'llih 1. to pay do.the only 16 Halves wlU he. sent do.for.............._..$48 96d pany upon the same terms as heretofore and to take .' ; Parlor Rap and doorlfaUa.- ... ,
. JU>-
EoUrgedTooet l.; DeaYq8:; Chronic diadiatve from I DWELLING HOUSE with extensive Ai>. do.. 16 Quarters, do........ 24 such!te p* as may affo-d the most convenient orpcrtnnity AllofthboTemntk .darticM., .m. Wiottj"
the Ear; Aitificial.!i / erted'witbou J*?n pos : General Commission Merchants .A ground in Tallahassee. For particu ';0. de.6 Eighth, do. .._... 12 to the inhabitants of the several fu rested upon a* good term as can bt bocrnt. of sac fio..
aesnr all the tnorei t apdhppearance o atu- and terms apply to Counties to tak Stock.A in the City. '. t.t

ral El" Room tt the City Hotel Ito ebaffe forexamlAatioe. CEABLESTOH, B. CC. -. .. I D. P. HOGUE. All orders for Tickets in the above splendid true copy from the minut;., 4. D. C. WILSON f
_. '. !.: K. W. Jll'OW LL. Tallahassee, March 13, 1RB3. 11-tf Schemes will be fiiithfully and promptly filhd. GEO. W. CALL. Sec j. Oe H 1857. 44 ,_ .- -* ,
ApZU24,1858. 17 .. I' e' .
J ;! J c -
THEY will sell nn description of Product or Maryland State Lotteries, NOTICE.Peraons vIa a pursuaoa' of" the foregoing resolution, notice is .

Family r t & ,aod, wilt toak* advance 'on all its; FRANCE i CO. Haiiaert at a distance who desire to purchase Tick beceby,BJrfcn that the book of the Company are per- LEr.1-sCK47.. .J1I

OSMONDCO. co53ifnments.4flhii8&8.. .. ets in the Maryland State Lotteries, will in future ESaneatly open at Fernandina where subscriptions THE UNDERSIGNED beg' TeaW fo ttWm .'
McN AUGHT, ., 15-11' TIOlT'iffOT 01 direct there letters to the Managers, R. FRANCE ma/ be made either i io person or by letter, the D8 )(Tallnhn8ce8od vida /:ttafppo6 "

ARE receiving from re$ el. fojmri<-a"u! all I and 7"- : ;' 0 A U 1,0 E CO., Baltimore, Maryland. Those who desire to purcba'o amount of Jbe present oaaeswueont :.being_$1'i.tJO on .&to, fpeo 'a Select 4 C lr..Kf tk

supply of G&OCEHXBS. bcJt'oj) PERSONS living at rt d>*t n6e Should be extreme !io the Shelby College Lottery of. Kentucky each share cf 9100.00. This company i* UM owner instruction yojjth. JIavuig bad eunsjdrabT.zp. "

Coffee Sugar Lard it, Pale Brandy add Wioe. B. A.FAIilESTOCK'SVEgMIFE. ) of wboraC they order Lottery Ticket will direct their t Utter* to the Managers, R. FRANCE town sites of Fcrnandi and Cedar Key, and alto rienc iiieaclii it ia lh. city.I bop 'tmtIHngmito

A1ioOi1. ,. Paint*, Ae. i or Certificate of Packages of Tickets. The countryis & CO, Louisville, Ky. 750,000 acre of land property which had Wen appraised and.nprewitte4neyg wriJwt. sajar* of'pobCd'
ALSO flooded with bogus and .swindling Lotteries. Every March 6, 1818. 10-1y.( at over I3.000.WO, audit h believed that a pattnna'tbiP..tb. ItI..tQ- ftb.
inducement i* held get, persons to invest further assessment of from fS.OO f.o $10.00 bare I those wouuUua to tax '

A lam and oomplett toek of Ladies Gentlemen'. .*v.. <. money in them. Capital Prixes of from (20,000 to4O.OOO Pure Zinc White will be lufficitnt to finish UTe o*(! per progress and jocwX_ t.. Sw..0 .tf
d hi1dTIt'I Sboes Boot and Bootee. Aloa* -W ana-.n- $ bead their schemes -with ticket at $1100,000 .' ., GEO. W. CALL,,,.Sec'y. complete, aud .Uiorongbaa eJut'.a1u- be' .
let stock pJ.Drjr liooda coojprutnf io part Lady'. .\ L ."i' $ capital Prizes are offered ticket f 5. All (GROUND in prepared LINSEED ( IL.-) Jn:9:: 1858. t-tf given a* can.b* wbjajwdit jy'otKtitB>ttio\i e inth

Drew Good.. .Linens, plain and drilled Cf ORXUUVrUTD ASCXO JXttSfJOTX0, such. in every.instance.are frauds; and if rtjdney i i : J StaU,anss. sooo a*tW palrn .W
Reached and Brown D.out. Owaburn, Yams T-A"P J.1 TXT. R,. 8. sent to them for tickets; it is so trJu ,li thrown away Wtbvejust received fresh supply of this new New Maps'of-Florida able a$ natrit''. 1I 1a
w .
.te.4e. .":: L80A .. without the shade of a chance of getting a prize.- White< direct from the manu- eomJcba: .wirJa Q -f..r ,

: smell but goo4 trmgnt of Eats.Capt.OIoth- ?ATL .. Beware of all Lotteries whero tbe Cupital Prize i 15 Cactlfy.HoiJ I to the public with most perfect j PUBLISHED BIT .- ,. cor.. .:, -

e.8hirU, (Collars .JJefik T *, Ac, AP.; tOC"Hr PWA**&DtOU PV_NlIra. unusually large in comparison to the puce of tickets. confidence, a* possessing all the qualities which render t & .. Jacksonville PlarfrfaT ;/. ; ao.oJt' x.' ...: 04.II..
whL a reoeral aaaortoMot utah ot&er article usually A. riraCBTOCaC A Oa,I'ttdsfenvKAr ID every instance where large pries are.offered a "ai'paint most detirable. viz: incomparabU '!iU b. comwcftc. 1UJd tha tJ.4IJ at em,
Canted f nn4* htB. small cost of tikcts. put it down a* a certahr fnrnd. brilliancy of Color,freedom from all ouonout 'qvalti'ms ARQE and complete with Railroad and Town- bracing connneretal fife, .,ti R Lb1Li.l.4enter ; UttouK

; : .X f AHMStOOZ,ECU A Co,.Tert Ut;. The Kentucky State Lottery for t the benefit of the -rnever, injuring the health of the workmen, or JLJ hips. For sole by' tipen the dAtjw eftClanie -

-SUCH AS WHOLESALE DRUSatSTS 51 CUFF ST, Shelby Collwge. under our management, u tb. only) inmatee'cf newly painted *pnrtm
Iron. QOM, Spade! ,Shovels. Plow*, Straw Cutters, _..1LawAea.I1lil.d1.t.bs7.I.'u'._1 Lottery in the United State which is legally decided in the most epod Situationsnod its great >npri.b'rity Feb. 6,1868. 6Blacksmith Term oFin.JMoDrbe.' ..," 4 ,t4;" fMu O''

Com Sbcllm,, Sbdf Hardware. JCrgctyrf, and fill by the Maryland Diawings; all other Lotteries to White\ Lead in all the various use to which Primary P artmfct.......o'1..tII15:00'
Faroitore. Al.o-p'lour. Pork Ba'can Saar pi which purport to be decided by the Maryland Drawing the latter has heretofore been applied. For sale! by and 1n..erercil' of'the 8coo& :wfU'iOI! ,, a.
Only Cmntm B. JL Tuauoa* taoarvaslt AMES & LIVELY a OIAYJaDuary4th. J458.' '!Jr: 'T
( .KoUawa.Lard.',Coco, fialt, sad *, are frauds. ;
Liqwrs, alw.7* Wadt-mad rupisbedbyesebrr1T4frID -, ., THE MARYLAND ST4TE,LOTTERIES. .. jipril g, 1888. 14Groceries Bone Shoeing EstaSZiaI&nseatI1E ''''Anyirrfonn'Ttlon: T4Qcaiib< s,4 ,by..p-
AMES & L1Yf; '.. ,. '" SUBSCRIBER beg leave .to itif'o' phcatton io lBot criWf'it 13*;. ct at the

3l.v Q bi i r- w> Jol Acnfllor' a11abuate.' Purchase in the Maryland State ..Lotteries, then.: JL citizen Tallahassee and vicinity that hENRY BtoI4.; ovQol.. 'UBxz V. & rqf .' ", '

th. wsMof big A1oi1u8. DIXotIIGe you art sore of bejog i rigbt. And in ordering in the UIGEd-viU carry on the -, S ,, "ht; 10 DDLCt.flTON.
: 'karyiand: LAteriea,you are lute of fair and honest JUS'f Dc54'TlL :
&ECEIVEED : : ,!
: : .. f
',.' .drawing.. % .'-.'.< .-' ';'I ,-. .1' t ./ f BLACKSMITHBVSNES8 '.' :
A5 too. tut* a WW.vpott "s A. One thing and that 1Ii if yoa order 'from ROWN.: Crushed and Clarified) Sugar, in all Its Tarioo braoeh rfd I/ F '
H prepared to 0i.
A.- AirU S4, 1668. 17 TN yDnoane ef*a.HaGbaaaen Ck ort iaX flo11 licensed reader Baltimore, do not receive any B. Rio.o tree. .-, all order with oeatoeea and dupatcb. Hi x*work ., O REOElVtV.

o t1ie.of' Darcthr-dciI'u. vlaara Bar but Manager Ticket aad Managers' Printed Certifi-- Superior chewing and smoking, Tobaeoo. win be warranted tabs equal to that. of.any.otb r' .S : 'igw: : } -'1" ."'

terti**. .*\-mim\SBad. Special.WxaUr.Mlltotb .,will oat ot Packages. /Tb Uanager 'Certificates bare Rice, Lard. Blacksmith her oralMwoert. aod will guaranteeatiifwtioa rvIr8wBsCaMa1".3dI; iM .r

.bl1bmstt&ddRbsfor b, rtntf! ojainber* ted:and have the lithographed ig-. Lawp and Linseed Oil, 1 In-erery JOB. ;1r .. 9, .4-

door i i.'cmUiiaa M'tu.,11da.,'M.,. ,_n*tore. pf.R."France. Ct---------------- .t -''Herring h half bbl*., "" HORSE SHOEING, Repair rR.i tod Irinnii. ,.8.. t"A.. .I :' .l1i..Wtt .: _

.. eBcd No one a..rlli..tK Maeearooi, PlckJc, ,. 'all Vehjalca_ plantation..orit, mod all oft --4, -.' 't' 'owy..OI.; 'i ,-'
_'_.Ioaf. cite*/and if be doe* it. ,'b'nire there h a fraud at the'"bott.ocD Cora '8ta,ch, 1 tibraoobe&ppevt&inIn1 siaO e" 4. o'
.Wf _
.. i4i d.a..PI
"hH.:1atwto.. &. alit. ..7S'- .l'' t'' J'RAlIfO dJ 00. : .- ;- \ 'SoAp 841$,60.d ; .will ti".rel.l sac 1pvoml t.tttfm. ht'r, ..1OOJIiII tr; oiJfarvTand 6tnfo 'Lottm8 'I- FortaUby .' O/* J.'MFOIKNI89.MarcblS.1858. I .
,. ; .' .Jrrt : : .
v" RT"
= -> 'f" \: : ( ;-:,. lli ,. '. '" : J ...tth,
; A .U I .r .... -&..: 8-8m- .. # t -> ,. "ytU, t"!. : '. -' 'Actf'\ :4".. -..' ..4 .. '

'M' ,; ;. f 't J. ; "UJl. lt7.UCS'as

Si '(. :

; S
..-.- -,.t -- .

.-: -;. '- -_ '._- L_ ,---'--,- .- .S .''.' "tW'1' -- -. ... S_. '._ ,. !, ."- .,' :.. ..t--.-., ,,{"t"T- '",".. .r,,., .o.1.b..\ .;- flSS. .'fOL.n'. U.,. 7 -S '. S
I iIJ 'iW.
-,. "I'eII .,( u,_ .v- S .
:: _
4riunjj 4i -.J# t '-1 ---5- '- .__. -

-. I ", .-_- .,_ -__ --0._I.<, "I I liwiMlBHBflb M flMi;UOPt .t.? '$ : .i; :.. .1:J Z 1 -1 14C

'r .i vP ... : l'"IJIBI i'J tun : : j .. WIlE trndetv nea be' Icav"*'informJbc'eitf: ," WA"'a.
S. ZCaLPDYKE ;: : ,t aaa T : t h.'Lu. Yi"utt:' '*
S. Th 4 n'e ae&n1aaixp: th this jenLgBolcEv's --1' 1iIf.
t. i plI DB.trGl u..
I1ftI' .r4
.Ji W. 1Wiit.i 1i'1 ,f
: la adv I
Ipnin, oe
.J per : "LItl'J' Stables T ?
ilb> ; ( _
D.J 1' -
.. .' dy .. in the building formerly occupied, by J_ L. Grooer, t,. .J\.J. 11 J.; .ft
tJO7ADZfl1115NG, .. I Qe '( : is BOW where b*prepared W'doaU: "kinds "of work in his WA 11.)t J' %4 Uf .' .
; 's h1 .t ." n 1OOm .I' customers line at the shortest notice and on the most Stove flcild-Qnarier *.. ,Nd QIau.W* PattaUedI
.usubs.4tent '60 I tIa now riv ; ; good Black- g 'FIn,SiiYaas 3'ot .
S rVuMttoml tad Bnsbess Cards Inserted at tbr: all kinds of b aDd m '
.., ply of Cloths, euch as carriage paiuting*.nd tr\r ming making new : e 'fe.IWi II'Pah
S work in ; 1 .
and dua&'fitj .
at redcC-t-d RrJSe
S A1rteD..t* Dot marked the number of Every Color t aod dis- buggies and wagons and all kinds of repairing. Having .' ." '. ''... .."** I Garden SK 'l'oeT.flat .:
Ir win be, eootinued tmtfl forbid, and chargeddeate procured a first rate f1 LtoorwrL' Tte ban riosnil 5 1aaiL S IXr1.
7 i ,Ornamental Ffoof Heads;Ontfering,Cop- > )'aeeiied a ZM. ,. iij .t
'aeeiidIIy; which I am prepared 1 Carriage Painter and Trimmer, i Roofing ,1pi1 of of .
: of publication of legal or estate ; ncr,ind Tin Conducting Plpe..Sbft' Lead,8b t.efY variety usu Di, }tp\ .
.cieei Will Dot be given until the advertising fee is fashionable style, on J from New York, the ondemgned i ja prepared to do Zinc,Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps.. Shop work druggist Refers a2drVW D e'wi1J' 'a.
S this kiud of work well and in the l latest it at thia ub b roent i M1 5
as style, as
JI AND of every variety!done/at short n tic<'., lupt11UeTtf't1I ...
and on tie most liberal
S can be done at tbe North. Ided t nr. -
received a All those who have this kind of work to do, and I:I CUr and Country Merchants Orden fro the o"g frJ prcmpJiotmd'rkh Utfa.

Carriage, ,I wish it done in that will foil invited call befote hOD auarnnt4ed."Itb ffirlrd bot1
ILACSSHITHIHG! A Z.AK6E AfD manner not to give Are respectfully to give me a purchasing i prie 4 ud
he offers ctwi
.' satisfaction wcrld do well to e.l1'c1 I elsewhere. t1 Pbp1C1an. prescription, f D1'ompou d r.
-' --- < ,':' 0 I WM. KUnNs.I ,S 5?" N. B. All articles mannfactued from the very Also.Epping's?9cn !1UId Jxtrae&.r.._...

S "VTJ3I QTItfE n'bereby given that Consisting of every I May !, '87 18 _______ lest material and warranted dutnh1eNootherarti I. Jan 5. 18618" < ,- "-S -' ,6i. .
;. 'BuCDJUnmrG BUM neb as Gloats Talmas I lewill be offered for sale. --
us will be continued as heretofora ,'bieh.-ill be disposed I Piano Fortes.WE October 20,1855. 42 Cod Llver.Ofl.5

at tbe OLD STAXD of D. C. WIISOIT, in UMBaae Also, a large lot of &c. aro prepared to furnish Piano -- --.----- -- -,-- -- -- ; T'RESn&ghuuRI&9&Rna1tc PURE of the estebrtWd a.. !

style and firm of Undershirt,Cravats R.IL Oam- rrJT11! of the very best quality, Wines, Syrups, Ac. { ,
Those desiring a ; our line, upon the most liberal terms. Otil'dBr I For salt bt .ul 1I.ITnTi
zdl. tlplU'ktmrOOtr.
H. B. Fitts & Co.Gratt own interests by giving Fluid, They are second to none in any country either as OLD Port, OldPolL: Juice, i April*. 1&8._'14_

., for the patronage heretofore extended them ticles have been Glass of to quality or price. Madeira, 'Brand, Cb.erzica, -5-

tbtj. Jtre BOW, better prepared, and determined to special view to Sparkling Every Instrument bewnrranled. S Sherry, Sardines, :BTotice.: ,.
t SPARE SO PINS October 18, 186. (very best,) MILES NASH A. 00. Sparkling Ge1atine. Preserved QuIns.s. SIX Uofiths Ina tbe first pubGcalloo" of .tbk .

Syrup, February 23,1886. 8. i Flavoring Etraete. II Pari *. the vaderaigned & dmioiatrator oif tU
1 :
Uteir to accommodate all who favor NEW *
6a nsy Buchu
part Yeast Powders, Tam riDdi. tate of Robert Stargss decease,,Jal oL 4a-
tbea with their patronage Patent. 78,000 Havana Segars, Spanish OJiTH, Spices, ty. will present his tiDAl acooa&t and yolK1Mi1u..u
SUCH AS WEBER & best and I Com Starch, P141dea. adminutrstor and ask for a d:. .
the following favorite brands, in Store
no r
Hortt Shoeing, Ironing and Repairing & CO. :i OF and for sale by AMES LI'ELY.I ;I oJ'etfttenhire Mustard SACU, Salad Oil, Jan. t, 1869., DASIiLD.STURGS,4Wr.2-Caa .
English Capers.
eaid IA i 4000 Young America _
Carriages Bug I
t AND ; Claret Coeoa
O gitf, KtnltcKon work of IJ J RE |I 6000 3000 El Ho Mundae Napier,Neva Londrcs, AMES 4k UVELY.I Insolvent Estate Notice.

every description, i 8000 Empress Eugenia January 1868. STATE OP FLORIDA. )

; MM Iron and repairing fame, Ironing Wa. j 6000 La Isletas, I JEFFERSON COUNTY, )f

gont.and Carts, j TLEMENS I 4000 Old Figaro, Liv rv and Sale S"t ble.Ii JOHN D. REICHERT, administrator of t&.eu
aad in fast every other drscription of work made of j 2000 Mori Mura, undersigned gives no- Enrgdorn late of Jeffersou eowtr
Im and SteeL all of which we nun,and pledgeorsslres 1! THE SUBSCRI 10000 LaFavonrita, Ii ltTHE! that he has pnr- deceased, has filed ia the Probate efHea of Jefftr
to extcute at the e1.ortut notice. : Store next to S. KIXG MOO Andesdes Rirju, the Livery Stable of. _ county, written suggestion that le believes t tke M-
f H. B. FITTS i CO. niss, a well selected ; therefore I 10000( La Fontica, I William H. Newsom, iTallalinseetogctherwith!! the : tate of Charles Bargdorff. to be insolvent. Tbtnra*.

l'.b.S'1. UU. 9-ly : Goods suitable for to him. : 7000 El De Orion, I good will of the establishment, and that he is now on hereby given to all persors Laving claims
', busine3s I 12000 Regalia Undre., t prepared to carry on the baalneaa in ill its Jiracsue, :. ngaint said estate to appear ajpd file the mo -
I,: ....;.iiag :U paii vi'.' \\ : excelled I 2000) Eleccion. f I and prcniics the public with good accommodr.tionj j jn i: the Judge ofProbate, of saJ '',tmtv. en or before
: NAmes I I imeres and \es tings of t Ac, will Oct. 1'', 1857. 42 ,. Lis line on reasonable terms. the third d=j orilsy next when there will be a .
I i i ity, which they are S I ,---- niCIIARD SAUNDERS. j i rata distribution cf tbe vhnds belonging to said uta&
H ; ,. a and fa! i purpose I 1----- BENTISTRY.DR. ; Sep. 6,1856 36 i amongst the creditor thereof;' at which time tbe st3
SONABLE TERMS. Also, I I ( ) bought ----- --, -- ---- .. .,,- f Join D.Relchert win apply ftr1 his final dlscaarw
I I l 11e done : .. J. CUR LEE, : In the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit of I: from the admid'ntration! of said utattI .

I!.I for the : WILL cO Um.e. in future, the prac- 'Florida. I II I THOMAS J. CH.S! Judge of ProUU.
consisting of Fine hare En- 4 of DENTISTRY, in South ; _Oct. 81, 1857. 4i-6m '
Coats, Fatcy Cassimere Georgia, and Mid Ha und East Florida. I Eucch H. Forbes,and Iiis: wife, Su-') _

Colored Raglans and ike., btiny lIe has had several years practical experience in the can CathanneForbes, I Notice.SIX ..
I: Doeskin and Caseimere I professio, the last th..ea of which has been in those 118.I .
Ij i and Fancy Silk and I sections of country. His work H oftbe tarot beautiful I William C.Saunders,Executor,cud I Months after date,,undersigned. aJmja
j and durable character and satisfaction is guaranteed : Esther B.Rose, Execatrizofthe I Ia Leon eoun- of the Estate of John .logram. deetaM .
,i in instance. I last Will and Testament of" Jo-J-ty IB Chanseph I late of Gadsdtn county will present his final aecoqt

A good assortment of for All communications every sent to Monticello., Fla., will Miller, deceased, William cery. to th. Judg. Probate of said county and ask W

I and ties, shirts, merino, I Pipe, receive attention as soon as previous engagements C.Sounders James Miller Joseph I be discharged. LEWIS D.JONES' Admt'r.
& Livelv, collars, socks, gloves, Castings, I will permit. Miller, Daniel McCauley! : Ia right of las Wife.Nov. .

just received the following. /argeand well i; The subscribers are J Mill and I,I ,'-" ,- Thomas Clark,and bis wife, 1, 1811'1. .-,!1Jl.
HAVE assortment uf BRUSIIES which are ly unknown to the Saws :., i I tha, C. Clark and John !:rarJ
offcrtd for sale on as reasonable terms as can be afforded themselves to give I : on Short i Gov.M.S. PERRY Florida.l1o. ; TT appearing to the satisfaction cf ihc Court by tfJL Insolvent Estate Notice
i !1 that Want ,
I in any Southern Market] viz: them with their j II I J. L. SEWARD, ) fijavit, made and Sled in tins cause, that Win.C. ALL persons' having claims aeainst the estate of

I Paint Brushes, ground from 0 to 000000, II Dispatch.constant I j r HON. P. E. LOVE, }Thomasville, G a. I Saunders, James Miller Jcieph Miller, Daniel 1 M. William, lataofLeoa county,deceased .

da do do Copperbound from No. I to 6, erected IIo:. W. 3. DiL-woara, ) .. '. ; McCauIcy! and John Miller Defendants, in the Bill are hereby notified to appear and fife the
White Wash Brushes, of all grades and sizes, fiept. U, 1837. I W. E. HAMILTON, f J f OU lOi?0, v.Hsr. B.. : filed! in the: r.vove stated cause, reside beyond the jnridiciioa same with the Judge of Probate of Leo county ea

Window do Hcrpc dodo I you can I HON. J. C. HcGiiEE: ) of this Court zed LeyonJ tbe ,limits of the or before the fiftbd"y of July! .1853,for paynect pro
i 8h in pairs and with top knots. j j15a S COL. R. C. POPE }f Madison, Fla. State Florida, but within: the Unite States: It is I rata the executor of said estate Laving fifed a wrfctM

I Root Bath Brushes, A. B. S.I Gtx. :. WUIT Sunn, Al.igator: Fia. therefore ordered, that aid Defendants, William C. suggestion of its fr.IOI eDC!.
4 io. do Velvet d? I'' t i AFrll25, ':;7. 17 Saunders, Jaiaes Miller, Joseph Miller, Daniel 1 lie- D. W. OWYNN
"Serse Hair ricih do curved and plaiD, IS now receiving his ;1 Thing. I "_ : __ __ __ __ S ialey, and John Mule, appear a=d answer said I Judge of ProbaU.
I Tooth Hair and Nail Brushes, in great variety.Infant's I Goods, suitable forMEMS' t i j GREAT' SALE 6/ I r/ill, on or before the first Mondnv ra May next, 1853, i Jan. ?, 1858 lra
do do : !III :; otherwise :!ie Ccmplaityints Bile shall be tl.ken.s I II

Horse do Flcb G} t'I: I ] and Bal School & Seminary Lands. ;I confessed agcicst them. Provided, TLit a e-'pv of Notice.V
Wire bound Stencil Bru h* consisting in part of I I S tlij orier Le piiLi-l! b r. rewspaper printed nTjHahasjee I
do do mamo; do mires and Testings of ; a moment I i is hereby given, that in pursuance cf : Florida, once r week. f jr four rionthipreeeriin I O IX ilcstbs after date, I shall as execntra of tU
IMO bound Roof do ity, which he is i tt ere are I will offer for sale at public auction, all the : ,. the said Rule Day in SI A. A. D, 1S53.Ordprcd :,, O Estate Benjamin Johnson, late of Jeffersoa
Rudla do the most reasonable t capital, you at ChJtbtrg tlifs :th of December COUlt.Florid!, deceased. render my final acronnts,
Scr ib I I SEMD fl F LAUDS, I dij Tbomaa'j.
I require and to tbs Honorable
Poooa.b and Litketicg do : A. D, 1S57. J. W AYLES BAKER, JuJgc.Ja apply Chace Judge
I and ALSO .tLLTIIr-: Probate of the .
| proba- -AND of Court of Probate f said eoonty.
GaiMtrI aud Qraicing Cenbs -.. 2, ':1 I-Irn
Oasiiel's Hair tips and Badgers Bleadsrs,. I| Together with general j percent of S1XTEEXTH SECTIONS, I for a discharge! from further adminntratioo of tbe said
; .
en'our- eitat. SARAH A.JOHK80H.
do do Pencils: I I te'ected' to deficiencies therein FULT01T FOUIOEY ;
I : I surprised and If.nds supply lying McntidUo! Nor. 7, 187. 45n
S Ckanig Brutbes-Badger, Buffalo and Bristle, that will compare I tI ned being in tbe Counties hereinafter named at -
I Nat do i lag ever exhibited for beforeI the times herein cpeci'icd. The sale of tie lands Jy- I I"a1J.ah ssce, F1a.
""Tcrsther with a large lot of Paints and Patntsrs Ma- I. Fine Black and } this ing in each county will take place before the door of i TIlE UNDERSIGNED beg leave b info:! the j Notice.
I plAc
terials.for. Fancy Cassimere and from 1 I ihe Court-house, in which they respectively lie. The that they hae associatod. them>ives:ubusiness Months after date we the ur.deuiguedJli..r.t ai-

I 14. 1837. 47 1 j Coats, j; I fale will commence I under the narre anoJ l style of I ) r. of-the Estate, ;f Jcha SicitB. deceased.

!j' Black and colored i after our I In Madi"n County, on Jionday the 12/7 of Cardf, Caya & CO., I'I late cf Gadsdea coButv will present our final

.; United States Mail Line I' Sack S or touts, when I April next ; I for flie purpose of folorifl3! the trade Founders ad i accounts and vouchers to,the Hoc.Jadgeot ProbaU
Raglan's Black and 'I of said county and ask to be diicharge.hTHOMAS
make them- Iln MacLui3t5, and are prepared ta execute all kinds of '
Columbia the 10/7t
-) ROMKWORLEANSTOEY- Pants, County, on Monday nf R. SMITH 1
\ they owe work appertaining to lu iaeas. Seam EnginesfurmsLd : Admin.
{ WESTINTERMEDIATE Best Grenadine, April next ; JOHN H.SMITH.. j fNotice. ,
to order cnd warrsuled to give satisfaction.! SS
-\SD- I Fancy Velvet, Cast In Alachua County, on Monday tIle 23.'7i of Sugar Mills cad Castings -of all kinds wAde with Qmocy-NoY:2t; 18$7' r" '4..4m' '

FRORIDA PORTS, I White Silk do. .5'.S I sI April next ; neatness aud dispa'cu. Plans and estimates furnibeJ I Iof '

.5 S 00K1TECTKB WITH THE Gents'Shawl, In //TV County, nn Thursday the 29//1 of I aIr kinds of Machinery and nDsJcovrrcj. Tter : .
STEAMER ISABEL i i Cotton and Merino I ; &C. April nr.r( "I arc also sole agents for Hoard 4 S<'ua Steam Ecgi.-es: t' SIX Months after date, I shall present my final ac
Flannel and
I Canto ; for Ginning Cotton, GriaJIcg: and Sawicg, and lIi.ri i and vouchers to tbe Hon. Judge of Probate
TO* KATAVA AND ORABLItTOK AT KST WXW. i In Marion County, on Monday the 3d of?lay II rison's Grist iiilla i for eteam cr horse power. I of Jefferson county, as administrator with thev.til

.1 -- I ...,...1- _.Ti1:__.PH_ fMPTW_"6__ A, ; annexed of tbe Estate of Marr.Saltonstall. lat.

THE SOUTHERN 1 Satin A: general Stocks,assortment Ties and I; i i j{i I I\ In Simpler; j County, on Thursday the Glh -of WILLIAM JOHN CARDY.BAYA, ;;, of said said administration.county deceased, and ask for a discharge. from

SteamsUp Company I do.white. Ladies Kid and Gauntlets Silk : 'j!!i In May Hernando next ; County, on Monday the 10th of -_May SO, '57.-. -_ _2Z-ly_ _ _ i I Ntv !. 18S7.JOSHUA TAYLOR U- 'm Adrnfr,**.

Silk Handkerchiefs, I _
0? JTEW OBLZAS8 : May ; Winter Supplies. S
4 Thread and Marino } j the l;.'7i ?IOtice.S
] In Hillsboro' County on Saturday
taken the mail contract for above ports, I BUY. : !i : STOCK is now complete and open for iI' in I _
HATING. two first class Sea Steamers regularly October.J8,1856. ) of May next ; OUR and comprises as usual, a good see SIX Mootos after date, shall as executor of tU
twiet a month, meeting in tbe Spanish Hole on thaIttb I i,,; In Manatee County, on Tuesday the \S'h of I' tion ofGroceries i of Charles T.J.Singe I tOg; late of Jatrer-

and 29tb,and t leaving tbe eame evening. I| May next. D. S.V \LKBI:, I I Hardware, Hollow-ware,Tin-ware,SaJdlcry son c'unfT; Florida, deceased render ray,'final a-
Crockery, Glass-ware, Cooking and Parlor CODtS. and apply to the Hon.Jodge of ProbaU. of
THE STEAMER BPRA F'vfil Register tyc..
I supply, I I ': Stoves, Dry Goods, Iron and Steel Furniture i said county for a discharge from further administration
leave New Port in tbe morning, and St. Marks Jan. 16, 1858. S-lSt of said estate.
S I Hat and Caps, Boots and Shoes, and
--'- --- -----
tbe arrival of tbe Cars from Tallahassee, -
I DUI on 1857. I r CHARLES T.J.SL GELTOlif..Qaali ,
Sept.19. j Yankee Notions deli sorts.
taking mail, passengers, baggage and freight to and I -_ i From New York, ai I! All which we offer for sale, and reI'ec'fJl1y solicit ed Ext ,
front the Steamer,and returning in reason for the afternoon i Nov. 28, 1857. 48-6m
tine I of same friends and the
train. I i PER BRIG REMINGTON." an inspection by our publie.
i 'I
The travelling public can now rest assured that this OU for sale to I I for sale on /CRUSHED Sugar, Onions, I Newport.Nov.14,18574G Notice.SIX .
loog desired and frequently attempted communication leston. Mc : Vy Loaf Rio Coffee, --.------ --
to and from tbe above porte is in such hands ale Dee. 19, 186;. I i on Powdered Java "M T NAINSTJEANCE MODUla after the first piblicatioo of this no

warrant permanency and snccess. Dee Hive Syrup, Starch, .I the underaigctd will present his final ao-
Passengers haviug slave servants must see to IIILLS. I Dried Apple, Soap, CONPANY I count and vouchers as 'administrator of the,.Estate
clearing them at the Custom House, before going on j' 'I j' Rice, Pepper, I of Eliza Jerkins,deceased late of.Leon county,

Board.tff". j A tINE LOT --- White Beans, Ginger, OF IJARTEORD.Incorporated and ask for a discharge. W.B.MILLS.,"Admt'r.
\ Also look after your Baggage yottfself. for $ale bv Fulton Market Beef Alspice t I I I0 Jac. 23. 1858.t m
For further particular, Apply to : McNAUGHt, OR Saleratis, Sweet Oil, in.1S19.:-Charter Perpetual.

DANIEL LADD, Agent. Jan. 23,18S8. Soda, Sperm Candles, .. Notice.

flew Port FUu. July 11. 186'1. 28 Lo the citizens Pot \.Ih, Adamantine Candles, CAglt: CAPITAL-81,000OOO.. SIX months after date I shall present ray'final ae

I that he S Maccaroni Green Peas, and vouchers to the Hon.Judge Probate
: HENEY AECEEY 9 Mace, Asparagus, Jefferson county.aaadauoistralrix.'Ofth
+.1J and for sale, Pickles assorted Tomatoes ON TEEMS ADAPTED TO TUB HAZARD of Benianrn Windbam,late of said county deceased

4 .- T'UJS' CELEBRATED 8TAL- Mc I Yeast Powder, Current Jelly, AND CONSISTENT WITH THE LAWS and ask for a discharge from said administration.
will stand at my Dec 19. 1867. ( of >.ork Matches, Lobsters. OT COMPENSATION. JANE WINDHAMj Admfx

,Stables two miles West of the_ _ and most ALSO- B: C.' LEWIS-Agent, .F.b.4,1858. _, ,, U1._.__,_ ".
t1 of Tallahassee ,tbe ensuing season to terminate NEW his shop A. general assortment (Teas.. 5 For Tallahaase and vicinity.
the 20th day of June next. JUST A LS O- August 15, 1857. 33 'i'NOtiC; :or
HENRY about bands high dark hay,well Jg -
161 ; An extensive assortment of assorted CANDY.For : 'lLI fp uoFJolin bsTi nd.sJitate
formed andn.lyinuse1edand was nu'wd by Job NEW I sale by R. H. BERRY. .5 QUININE J..l1' Faribni, de eJ.!af Leon eronty,

Freemen,JE.qv 01 this county. He.was,sired try the DORE-A Stroller i in Harness _Sept 26, 1857. 39 JUST received 800 Onsets Snlpli Qnininc, S are iereby notified to present':tbim lo-tie'ondsr-
celebrated CHAUXS carr. fon.erlyoedby the EL GRINGO- ; Brand, together with a great variety signed administrator within,the tinw prescribed by
subscriber, known as oniofthis purest,Wooded horI DR. KANE'S ; i Butler & Denham I of pure Chemicals AMES t LIVELY .. r'law or they will be barred'aid all tWfaUbtod
in the Southern country (of the Arcbey Stock) MEMOIR of S. ; August 8, 1857. 32 are""requested to make payment '. ,.'
bis dam a fine mari, pedigree not known. His get THE DAYS ARE now opening their FALL and WINTER '. 5. / 8.KFARKR1LLAAtut'r.
is of tbe fbest character-can be seen at any time in author of which comprise a complete and varied Ti1 'on j' "alExtra Quality ''Marth: g. 1858. 10-8w
the neighborhood cud will show for themselves. ) assoitment in, every department. In the Silk and _

To encourage tbs spirit of raising, Fine Stock, he friends nnd Dress department -will be found some of the moat CORN STARCH. !: Notice.
wUl stand at tbe,low,rate, of FiVK and TEN DOLLARS Large and beautiful and elegant, : S S .
V expressly for.Paddirgf, Ice Cream final
-xo IXSC&AXCE. The subscriber ,has beeu Sidestriped Silk Robes, ,PREPARED; SIT.Month*after dater: shall, preisnt: m/
; Manga,;Custards. Pies Porriges the '
Honorabl Judge
:vouchers to
Flounced dark c
'd4veLtO; thif necessity from the tact that too frequently ground &c. Received fresh by AMES d; LIVELY. of
mares are lilt brought forward regularly, I do bright .! 4,: <. fubaf of e6enon .eount / ,dtomafjrator
cr ill treated, thereby rrevontin success when the July 4.57. and Solid Color Moire Antique, the estate of Alfred! W. Ra.1ior'lar.oTfajdtonnty.
Jaorr'h-\Jy\ao-coean* a .. The money will be j one, Black do do Get.Florida Reports deceased and askJlpr a discharge from"IUd admin

4, old oUierwkw di po*' :.S.1858.'rl08 r -
with fine assortment of Black Silks S _
,,_ill be lequired by the Orooin. For furS Together a S S
Black Silk Velvet Basque width, Shepards Plaid, Sept. 6. 1857. 3G'd. ,'Notice7ALL
.thr, .ifllcrnutioo apply' to the subscribe. > ,
S A.FISHER. Figured Merinos;Plain do, Black Bombazine, French Oiica.toJebtoD baring demands against ti>, ZstaU

T.H bs ..., Marcia 1. 18i. 13 TRAINS L Embroidered Setts, Brussels point Applique Settqp .. H Samuel persona W.Stephana.of Jefferson* cannty.
r BeLts Real point Lace, White IQuslioD Capes.' T J ': t X LI4jna iIt.t,teJtjolbf atel nn.frOWLE.t1. ,decetaed.wU1tskeuoie that e' jnust present
1 ,(Sundays ) ( a co-part- Oct. 17, 17S7. 42Health < 'xrEftS "
: J eli'erson ademr DAILY Pood,) ( _j ere ft'qMtedltd dome'fk1rard and them to the nnderwtrneJ, dly* thenUte'with1-
S .fONrJOELLOJL0111134. it-' ." .ur boyize to set- the time prescribed bj Jaw* or this uotlc will be
S lee for,Gainesville connecting )- ., Bitters. }' .tti' l'a u ta. t1r ." MTERS. plead ia bar oTHieir cbf ery, and all persons indebted
: aU aas Fe815 'S-tf' '
ioake -
S ; to ifflmediaU
branches at bwebyDotified
io saM Estat
all in East and those suffering from Dyspepsia, Debility, eo I **
'rJ1Jtg ClPAL' is points .,
; pleased to be''J. to an-. they i intend TO u1S I' I' .5UL -. .: & 't. & '. "'i 1 *
i.L iwSoee'tbaVTjetias"engaged 'as 'auief Dt. Mr. (the junction of the J febled health or deranged state of the Stomach, :tShri8ale ,: : tJtTttsnfc" 'ti MAROAR1EAZ3At'LApril v
with &e. &. these Bitters are recommended by the
"PAKIw1CJr her end ; connecting ,
; long ,
tarietl'experience ,
1 I constant at Faculty, as a certain cure. For sale by '" H f.tT. i IT,;1858.1s..8.. .
S -iAd,k trydate of christ College.'Cambridge.' i II ; O extended S J't ; ; .
.1'hIIZ rim%Us pupils bare variably'taken at 5'- ;
1 Nor. 14. 1857. 46 I ,f nra ri -'ncfl* tests4 by the k Notice -
OoUegittjif&tlftJltt beitpi cical commendation. I J3 Jrj o'pPrb 11oVounty, wbereiu Ab- OLt tfoBtna after date. ,I'shall pmeot my final
S : E4ls.boTr verperitHUdaz3ong ib'crsto..refer to 11 I Ie ve lotnvTeomatf 1 i*wlftti flNaad th-Gs rjia $ Florida._ rbJ ( Prbe'of
SealsiandSeed.S aeeounv and Touchers kv Boe.'iladp-af
AoIt..aerii.tor Hammond of Sooth Carolina.. '
e '
o 1fttrf;:... llQlor ct.DOn" beii'
i> 'Jie1Gd.h'elat. Rev.Mr.Abodes Amyeat Starke : Sea Island Cotton Seed, for sale by ?ilT'elh5ofte fdP B le/49rfrpRtJ>fQ *Court-bo ise door IRe.s4t'f.connidee >
; of Join
of the Estate
S,),will assist to the a1..Depal.tDJtnt.-1 S Leave. Starke". ( FINE : ofTalanliie
i MoNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. : mlfiecity wttBln-Tegkrb&rt, on the r a Jrnro saId.
ied wd !
'{3 r ..8 Jrrrnj WJ e xpeiiencc4and successful instruct : cepted) at iWrninistratioQ
S : 1 for second Jan 23,1868. '4 j.. di"U4Q ri fa\W ]u1bw e CJ'ibprope1'L.1. < : GEO.W.BLA ,
5, tTMfa: bas.cisrge.of the usleal. Dcfi&rUneot.; _. JLrrire at : I. S. --__ .. jtrTbat.ppilioa / the Plahk Road,' S d- S S S ; S : '*= ..
t ''c&Mfd IJQ'y 'obtained at.GoL'Blackburn's', ct 11( Stopping at Bald ( Amount S j frpoilhe,Wskulla.U ij ltOJhder allahasies, S '.
per ilr,Geo;Taylor's,ao excellent Pi".:, jf jf-."'JUJ(r. : ) Notice. I!,' 1I l :n tb }tiiT4 1 s it.u(( iiQ'ied '. j- April" .t JO, .1858T. t .' dCt'"'I"' -.-- .
: ... 'ioi. !. roo>,.y.iHflge'tat 10.' :' : ting at Feraandina : arc here- A LL perlOnsbulUg demands against the Estate.jCx. .mui&iit.rg'ij T tj ta' be mid : "'ce

S f.oIIlDr"'rd&o.40IttUtOfatPt1.. .- t : acd Cbarlestop, going cf this suit, of Henry Zaigler deceased, late.of Leon ooun-" to latiaCt said'itrut fT'f.cordmg iiaw.S ,1 u w.
rdu1&. apply' .'U oodcrsferned who Still for-:;S: at,.Talla- 'ty, are hereby notified to present 'them to the undersigned. I,1 ', 1t8AUNDERSShII'I1tS ; ..ti entitled todiibibatlob
-S A .
TL..lar 'W.4OIftAflDAU.Pri'l. M of June A. authenticated within the thus' S
: ; ,
: properly ApM1 8IBSSJ 14tdsI .tj. ...&ereeted in lb.Est tsof
S S .'.4p 'iIlL. : t' l Retelved by the same. -, prescribed by law or they will be baited; .and all ', .- r.: -: Ii aULndfcnaKdieaittd, late of Leon eooary. .
11 tbe stations aong, : im.. JMT"A John
: 17th day of those indebted are requested to tnake payment exhibit their elsiius
arettr&yQSftJSW to
: .Ferosndiija,Savannan mediately. J. B.JEFFCOAT r : ;-aobLce. ,<:, i fIelD u. date b.riOL
i. : rected. OEQ.'W ; IL. 12-8w nwnthrafterdaMfl shall present final and HWffladi-'wIUA Nuyn a
Ji 8.3] my "sied4 rf "I.m MmcI:
S ** l--I 1 Dee.:25i8t': !: I t1i ?Pea 8. J .I: : ndTOQQnezs: sj adouoistraU>tl6t the ef- tot the uud .
ttrJ.bta4 RId ,- ,
; '. ... ''r' 7wEIDA:2xB..oFzfq: !. .X ': : : : ::T Notice ,tii1SIXmoot1.tteidat : 1ateTotDaaa:trIghtesse4, J. tie Hoo: tHr .
_... 7xtsMareh37I858.- +. S. ., / S "JodgVrf JrV6bit< tlt.al1ci for a dii.arg. tid to makrji "" vmsot.n .
; 7J fITto4fterU : :.I:, nl' flail J :m
: : ';, ballpre: lay I 1 .. ,
..Ci-1 4dmtf; *
; :B..tJi1l.BOOTfUUGB'l' ; .
>. 6ra da.OrJIIDUMXt'tb.ntca. : :: of Pt tft a Sj'i
f'A "ti'ktt 'to the HOD.Judge '. JWq S ; .t M
SO183 .vf'-r.l 6
S .J_ 'fft ( .. .11oIid"Raidroad will w.iat!; ,$c.btJOL F; : : my final,.S bate fat:Jeflf'rson'county, at 'administrator witbJl! ; :'-'---,,-.,_, ._,' .,_r_ .,.:t'Jlf"7'oj Uo..MjJTT _.'f'Su.t'.A s41 L'.t .""'--t K:1' t.. ,

".._., : .n 1 A.1JqQ ..fl 4 vf'cq. ,Wfll annexed of thaJiUt Jefltcson B.Ellis,1,; il I' '"iUI J ." et.jl J. d ,;, ..; ? .. :
,A.priS.1.. 'W ..f _i. -_,,.,, ; I of the.el : S cof said djsctvge. 'fI m'laid r ".': lb144IV
-S B '=&rntl.r b. t '
'- nu'
S- 'J.mda.eo (. i r CI01DIty.da ,, .5 S "' .r;} >yai;. 4_ K,.'.Vm LlDltt4- t l
"U' 'r.t : Of1Kij8..WAtKER. I .
-t. I_ trioi : I admirHa ;: Jr oil, jusysce-eu. u. .uAl"by.t .
,.JfclXHKttWHOBBY.. f ::,-. I Admtr'r. S S Admt'r.. with the'Will anaexcd.Ifitrch S AlISctT..t'"z.y.I, Ht')011GDL'lIBOPT.UI1

B.Vlm..I8I. M. April,'1S53. IS, 1859. ll- m Ap,U, 185S. 14 tt. n.

S. '
S.S-- SS: -S-- S *_ S .
-S < 9-
S -

Full Text
xml record header identifier 2008-09-14setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Floridian and Journaldc:subject Newspapers. -- Tallahassee (Fla.)Newspapers.--Leon County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher Maxwell & Hiltondc:date April 24, 1858dc:type Newspaperdc:identifier (OCLC)2060562 (ALEPH)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Leon -- TallahasseeNorth America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida