The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
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Floridian and journal
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Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
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May 1, 1858
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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
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Ceased in 1865?
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Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Supplements accompany some issues.

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


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arbs. l1JrOftssionat I nub Bomarfis (Carbs.WEE. TOE JACKDAW. I HEAD NOTESOf i iI I LEONARD Fun vs. JAMES WILUAKSOX.".. ARCHIBALD.HJCXDXY dcrr. '. ,: .

= -- -- Dscisioas marie by the Supreme Court of DuPont, J.-I. Where exception is taken 'to. JAKCS M. Cr. DT..hw.'

MILES E. MDERSON Just before the death Webster, as every. Florida at Terms held in 185S.Jour an instruction given by the Judge below, it Dupcnt, J -l.' Wfcr : IfrKlf 1* biwiM ;

NASH & GO ,- I .: body will lecollect, and nfter his recoverywas I ought, with the evidence upon which it is :. against his Guardian'by a _.".;III/ II t(< ,
VE. .LE:6 IX Lavvr, despaired of, one of his physicians approached MILTON vs. DAVID BLACKSHEAR. based, to be incorporated in the Bill of Ex* him to account for cartAte bm!"II ;'
his bed-side and asked how !he ceptions accompanying the.record. have boen received b* him froaJJ A. .
DuPont J. 1. It is .
DRUGS) e FAINTS, OR IN EQ UJT found himself. "I feel like the Jackdaw in _, that- will afford not every irrelevant for instruction 2. Where the iiistrnction complained! of tbe father ofihe want;* plea by JhJ. 1
a ground
MEDICINES MAF1ANA, FLA. the church steeple," was the Etrango reply.- The instruction: to be be error. has not been incorporated in the Bill! of Ex. an that they had been reco.rei' -
mOILS erroneous, r gst not
1. -0--- The phjsiciau withdrew sadly from ihe bed. only irrelevant but ceptions, but as presented by the record purports an action of detinueproseeo
TJRACTICES in the Courts Jackson likely to mislead the
WOULD inform their riends and tbe public JL ten and Franklin-in the Supreme Court, Washng-at Ma- side to another part of the room, where some I in .the iorrr.ation of their verdict. jury to have been in writing, duly attestedby istrator on the father's estate,. ;{* ,' J

:\ on Land a good anuortmeDt oft uc nnaand iu tic United States District Court at members cf the family were standing togeth. I 2. Where the demand sued for is the signature of the Judge who presided good defence. .14 4 II
articles as arc generally kept in their line business! Apalachicola. and a debtco at the trial ii the be irrelevant 2. The hire of thd alan
and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies Then er, shaking his head confessed his apprehensions nomine, in contradistinction to unliquida same manifestly aer. .:
terms shall be reasonable. REFERENCES: that the brain of tho dying st tes. ted damages, interest is allowable thereon to the issue joined between the partiesand to the recovery by'tb .AdWathe r ,

Tallahassee! April 8tli 185S'_14._ Hon.. "Wayle Baker, Tallahassee, man was affected ; that the steady oak was from the time when the becomes calculated to mislead the jury,this Court title of the,proDertjf. and*re Ati h

Dr. Miles H. Nash IJon.J..J.'iney.U. L. Rutgers], Agent Mari S.una\7,R. Bank, ,. perishing at tha top. He could see no meth. : duo and payable ; and sara when no such legally time will consider and pronounce upon it. Administrator not tope wd.,,'. r4 qj 1

Isaac Widgeon B. od in the answer which his question had re is ascertntnable 3.iWhefrapleaJn4Wthas < 1h. ti
,Ag't. Columbus, Mariauna. I then interest h allowableonh' JohN Tonp NEEDHAM W. CASOW. :
OITX&B HIS rHOFESSIOXAt: SERVICES TO THE CITIZENS Or i. Dec. 12, 1857. 60-Cui j ceived. One of the ladies present, who knpvMr. from the date of INs vs. been cUltainedupoD thad urrer,. I
actual demand DuPont
an of J.
-1. Where the is }
Webster better did not -lie\e that his plemeotal Bill, filed. aftezrds. .
with Dr. M. Naehimmediatelv enstof tbe EDWIN A. HART, mind I payment, or of the! commencement of the suit. the refusal of the Court below to grant a new the finaldocree .".. ..:0
il was wandering, and quietly stepping to eonessmgi.dsmatters
i : 3. The Supreme Court will not trial !in
ffi e. I rerr and a order to enable this Court to judge
:.ttcrr337- his bed-side set in th rtaj t -
I t.a""OV', asked him what he meant by up plcm jM ct.
My 15 1855. 20MEDICAL I say. I cause, simply on the ground of a slight excess of the correctness of that ruling, all the evidence
I Tallahassee Florida. ing he felt like the Jackdaw in the church to be answered fcjr Ibe.Defcftdfnt.. And J& II
NOTICE. I'I'I I in the amount ol the verdict. I used at the tr!!! treat be brnnirht nn .___ 6. ... j. :. .I .
t T\7ILL practice in tile Circmt Ccnrts of the Mid- stoople." Why, Cowper ; don't you remember I 4. It is a well settled rule. in reference to by a Bill of Exceptions. 4. WheN bill for .ac4o Utik
0- I l T die District, and the Supreme Court of this ? was the reply. Sho did remember ( the granting of new-trials in the Courts of

Drs Robertson & Bond I State, and tbe District Court of the United Stales, at I Cowper' delightful translation of one of Yin- Common law, that the party applying on the t LUTHER H. Tisox, Admt'r., &c., vs. UaI.I against Guardian Guardian Bond the jwo.601., d.cre'Jh. --.r..

farmed A co partnership in tbe practic Tallahassee dp" Office over the Store of Messrs. I. cent llour e's little poems, entitled the Jack. ground of newly discovered evidence must I AU BOWDEX. Pearson, J.-A Defendant' in 4
HAVING Q. & J. ,
profession, offer their services to the citizens j, lleginMSs. dn", which we give below : Execution after judgment in replevin, cannot payment of money , i'in fit
make his
Jan. SO, 1858. 4 vigilar.ce apparent ; for if it is left shall be enforced t t
of Fa1Mhasee! and surrounding country. another writ of against ,
replevin te
tT Office over the Stoic lately occupied by Bet There is a bird who by his coat even doubtless that he knew of the evidence, i prevent in the event that tbe money caasottaq
ton d. Hi. A. J. PEELER'S, And by the hoaiseucso of hib note, or that he might, }but for negligene, have the Execution of the writ against himself and out of the

Fvb. 2S. '67 StfiOTAM I LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, lli' ht be sniijio; =c A great frequenter of the church Ccurt application will supersede tbe writif .e
t on
< Alt 1'J) J r. 1 TALL.\UASfI, FLORIDA. II Where bifahop-iike: Le finds a perch, 1 I in his application not returned, cr set it aside as irregularly bill for account against-! L! '. ;,
OFFICE rr !TAias IN THE SAME BUILPING AND OPPOSITE And dormitory too. 5. On a motion for a new-trial on the other wards xvho, mij lntertlt J
i issued if it be returned.
WILL C-ONTtE TiLE ; TKI DOOR or THH H.OR'BIAS A jorxhAL oimcx. I ground of newly discovered evidence, if the fund
[ made
general must be. parties to.{&eli
i t TILL Pmctice: i i-i: the Circuit Courts of Oadsden. I'I'I Above the finds n pklc, evidence proposed to bo obtained bo merely *- -*.**-*** JA
V Lpon.7akulla, Jeflcison and That turns and turns to indicate Appellant, vs.
I Ilndison, and BERXATIIY VS. ABERTITHT. JfltetgC
:2j; AT THE OLD: fcTAND, J-IOX -1fJ : site*:d promptly to the collection of notes and accounts From "what point blows the weather. cumulative, or in coroboration of testimonyto l\h TT.\IR, Appellee. BaltzeU, C. J.- / For the <
I. removat of
a as trustee
Look brains begin to swim, a point presented at the trial, the motion
i : in anv of said Countie1 up your 1. Property of the wife vested in the husband '
'Tis in the clouds that him, for his wife by statute, something GDorau
: Feb. 27, sS8. 9-lf pleaso-fa will not be granted. previous to the married woman's law, is not ,
OF TIi: ilOUTAB, He choose! it the r th'r. IULTZELL C. J. required in consequence of the relation tlu
I dissenting.
g affected its make
by provisions so as to it her "
I I GWYNIT & HILTON Ton'! of the 8p< eulauvo hci ht. in the case of an ordinary trustee. ,
,_ Thither I.e his flight: JAMES McIvAV rs. HENRY. Jr.Lows.-: separate property. 2. In case of desertion by the,husband or
Corner of Clinton anJ Monroe streets,Tallahassee. winiv airy ,
1.A.'t'torn.eys a"t La DuPont J. !. Where there is bill of 2. A deed of gift to a married woman and '
Jauuary 1 9. 1856. Sj t And thence b'-curcly sees no ex. of cruelty to the wife-the Coorfwfll, fntertepi
f' .- - ------ I j I 'r.U.LAILo\'Sr.P, FLA. : The bustle and the raree show ceptions accompanying: the record, but the the heirs of her body to the sad' wife and her her estate which may come to his hand or
-UnCL: OTICE. That mankind below- immediate offspring to have and to hold the
occupy instruction of to Lave '
purports in his possession so as to secure her maiate
| D. TV. GIVVKK & R. 3. HILTON, Secure and at his "
e\5C. their
to and
property own use
I been in writing, duly attested by the Judge proper nance and and in such
: a ease remotthim
.. rEKLKR. .=. .J. C. B-S. I YIKG a!!ociated tleirpehes together in the forever," will not constitute a estatein
--'- I j H-practice of Law, will give their joint attention I You think! no doubt, Le sits and muses who ;presided at the trial, and it is manifestly separate as trustee. ',f.r{} ".' ,
Ers Peeler & Bates to all buoimss entrusted to them. They will attend Of future liroktn: bones and bruises irrelevant to tho issue joined between the par. her according to the principles and rulesof 3. They will not remove him aiHnfst* i&
If he should chaLce to full ? Courts of
I the Supreme Court the U. S. District Court, tud the tits, this Court will consider and pronounceupon Equity. case of desertion of the wife without esadi&
\.1 '-C assucutfd tlemselves in thc practice !" J r>, rot a tingle thought like that,
Circuit Court at Tallahassee, and also the Circuit
such instruction.C .
>f f ilcJicitie r.nJ Surgery, respectfully offer Courts of Gadsden] TVakulla, J Jefferson Madison and Employs his philofcophic pate MAETII! v A. HAEEZLL vs. REUBEN HAR- I although the husband may not have'bera entirely
their services to the Public, in the treatment of all I Hamilton Counties.! Office at the Court-house in Or tioubles it at all. I Where a promissory note had been given RELL & OTHERS. Dupont, J.-1. Where a I without faalt. -?'

1 coute USke as,"V.riakecjab-ll as cnonicdiseases! JefTc-r-.on of all Fix cbaracters i Tallahassee.MaicbC Ue ses that this great round about, for the p'urcsi;co of a horse, which nolo widow elects under the provisions of the act 4. The conduct of the next friend .1h..
co. 1S53. 10-ly The world with nil its was afterwards transferred to r. third party, 1633 take childs wife in the case reprehended. "' .
Jan. 9. 56: 2-tf I _ molly rout, or to a part" in tho estate ;
--- .__. .-- ------. -- i DEZrrISmy. Church, army, pl!j sic, law, who i'rought suit thereon against tho maker, of her deceased husband, if there be no child, 5. The Court should take .cafe that'It r#>

:BE. BEBBY, Itj custom and Su business. and the plea were failure," partial failure she takes one half of the real estate in fee cords should be protected far as'possible

Auctioneer and CommissionMERCHANT. I Is >.o concern say5:-VT-'iat at: ill 6llj"sl.c-cJ.w ol hiAjid : ," and wal1t consideration," it is error simple, and a like uantity of !interest in the from obscene expressions.MERFJ ',; w
in the below to instruct "that
thejnry, '
: personalty, including slaves, absolutely. BEAHTLT. Baltedl '
? r* "C
: ; j Thrice happy L'.rd I too Lave seen to sustain! the defendant's plea of fraud," it 2. Ir is rule in statute's that *'< 45
a construing A Will mfet
testator bis
t tLAWAfl Fla., Sept 9,1 SIi. S3 Much of the lI.itcs: of men; must bs proved to them that there was fraud bjr a devising fo ,
I the original act, andtheanierdmentareto be her heirs and all the tick ofivii.g!:: sen 'em, assigns Prop rtl gSbSs,
t by the of the note, in tie! sale of tho
S. S. SNIGHT i Would cheerfully these Kcibs resign, payee viewed as one act, and that no portion of either chattles, rights ami! crediU of whicp-'hejbaay! H
and that
iI Lors3 ti. n'nOr: there fraud
lo :: i : was
AUCTIONEER COMMISSION ? ERCHANTTtLLIi.5EE I For tiich a pair of wings a' thine, I ; is to bo declared inoperative, if they can ba possessed for and,daring.her nJMfllfal life,
I between the the of the
And suih a ]head Ictweec 'em. : assigneeand payee be rqade} to stand together, without wresting hereafter
as provided/1
except AndjUi&t
ILO2IDA.8aj t not in the purchase of (the note ; and that it the words f1'O"1 their prjrri-
!, r 1 appropriate meaning. sion was to paj.$2000 tr his .aepbw.aad.
; >tember 1. Ul:, 05 THE LE\"EEs-Crczasse.s, t ; undersigned gives notice that he intends \U- was a trying day for the levees which wall ; of tho fraud between the Judge and the maker Jony W. Pfiicn & WIFE vs. VJ\\CIO relative, confers the aibsolaw,' \, :
T. W. :BEEYAED; Jr. TilE several times during ofT the waters from and the I I : est in the wife subject to the 2t VI "
f II b' Quincy professionally our city plantations in the sale of the horse, before he purchased SANCHEZ. Baltzdl; C. J.-l. There must .

{ A"t' :. I the present year, where I Le Mill bu"peased; to.wait ou in its neighboihood. Tho rain fell in i I l the I'ote.i be a record or inventory of the: property acquired WYNK vs. ELY. Bo/feeff; I i all those} who be in want of bis ESY'CCS.Te"ib
I may torrents and the wind blew violently, EO that lice of institution of '
in the
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. / j insei tee! o j tbe X&eepLuiric Procea,a process 1 by a married woman Clerk's a suit fbredotfcra
April ?4. 185& 17 .;: t:Hel; hew, Licit urpa bes an"tbiLg'Jet tliscjv- tho waters were forced somewhat above their i JOSHUA STAFTOUD vs. CEO. W. ADEUS.Baltzell .- office of the county in which it i is situated, of a mortgage, is properly'executed by Jaad
I j ered for full Setts. Hundreds of the bCbt certificates j crdlnur: } lovcl.VitL5n the limits Jefferson J I C. /"I. Formal defences are 'dis within six months after its acquisition, to protect ing a copy to defendant. j : *
f Hl'CS A. CORLEY, !: can \>e tbown in its !avJr.Vill be in Quincy on I City there were no less than three breaches ; pensed with by rule of Court, such as '.' defends it from lira tusband'a debts. 2. It is not a good d ieaee to-a niiijrT

I I. llomlav" February- 1st, arid vill rcraab. till the : ti the levee, ol l from tsn to fifteen feet each, i against the wrong and injury, actionem 2. In the trial of the right of property asserted 8ssignee"ofdJe 'uort&gethL. .,
at Law I' 3mt.
Attorney lOifc.Jan. 1C, IE58. S-lf I J but as a close watch was kept t, no tine was I non," and their use even if improper does not by a married woman through a purchase was insolvent.' ; ,*, '9,. '1"-. < -

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. -- I I lost in the endeavor to close them, ?id, for invalidate a plea.' I there must be proof that it was made 3. Nor that.the mortga t ioI&d

January 1'1. 1857. S-lj : ; IEDJcM4Dr. NOTICE. tcnatclv, each atte1ptVa: successfuL Between I 2. partail failure consideration! (! :s made with her separate funds, Otherwise the presumption of the property.with consent:of t&e ffj I" "

I -0- i Pleasant and Toledano streets, at the I matter defend by statute I is that it was tbrciigh means fcrnishc'S or his assignee, wiiaqotan ffty] uefit Hrat tbtr"proceeds

RICHARD BRADFORD, A. A.C.F.BLAJE I upper line of this city, quite a stream ofY r 3. A sUe of personal property, as of horjs, I by Le:. husband. had been applied to ue payimetf

ATTORNEY AT LAW ; (1ONTItEat'ffcr LIs; Picft'BEional Sen ices to ter is llis:: > tut/5'ning running over the top of i is not complete without delivery, identifica. I 3. In such a trial, under the-claim' law, the I the mortgage debt. or .. i. '

; V life citizens of Ceutrevjltc and adjoining neighborhood. the Levee, but the carthern wall is too bror.d i: tion or discrimination, and it is the duty cf sole issue is as to tILe right of the claimant, I 4. The assignee of the mortgagsjyi

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ., Residence i changed to Ceutreville 05Ie and substantial to be carried avaand, laborers !I the vendor to make this unless otherwise and he, can't object _to either the judgment or statute. the. proper. person. and. ,baa, fall right
(OSca in the Fast OEce Building.) at hisDcc.26.157.'. I -
rcsi'* cuo' I arc now employed! in raising the Levee agreed. execution under which the mad to institute suit for toe .-
j levy was foretlosure. %
,May 23, :7. 21 I _._ C2-_tf ___ I to a sufficient height to prevent the inflow cf I j 4.-\ plea: setthg: np a said of fifty-eight 4. The Court will not reverse a case where I 5. It is cot good groundfor ftpooiip&sfeflt, ,

WILLIAM SCOTT, I HatHaniel ainlen[ I the \t' : head of h'g;, with n delivery of twenty-five the facts are not presented by a Bill of Exceptions I! in cases of ibis kind that defendant had waited

ATTc-Y tA.r L7 COMMISSION MERCHANT, i! Yesterday morning the river broke through: I and to deliver the remainder, was held or there is an agreed case made in I until the issues'were joined before geU&Jg.Iiit

1 the Levee at John :\i. Bell's plantation, oppo- i valid deft-nee as to those not delivered, and the Court below.F witnesses or his evideute for the'triaL -.t' .
FLAJ Nc. S3 Poydras St. New Orcacs.0 fraud in the i iI I -
i I si'e: to Jefferson City, and though immediate ,| if there was procuring note, no
30 lab?. 30 t 1 I MAnY HANCE r*. STATE FIAp.
fly j:1 OP
; i attempts were made to close it, they proved i ii I recovery could he had upon it. A:;CIS A., HEXDET vs. HENRY S. PAE-
: Refers to ( J E. Eroome, Tcllauaesee, I Pearson J. In
o7. &mos ,. prosacntion/or assajjrtaaiibatter -
unsuccessful. Before the broach 1! 5. A sale of State land by a trespasser ELI, &c. Bdizell, C. J.-.Where a plaintiffdies ja
i .vhclly ; night ]
& McClellan K. Walker .
Yonge i if i iPEACTICE j l Gccge Esq. i it is competent for the,defendant bath
t f GCD. Wm. Bailey, Jefferson county, '' was widen to at least 150 feet, and every [ confers no right nor tite! and is no consideri I and the suit 13 revived by scirc facias, it .
A,1'tor.n.eys 't I.avv i i T. J. Linton, Esq., 'I' hour tended still to increase its width.- i j| ation for a note given for it. Whether a pre. is to be proceeded with in terms of the lawas at cbmmon law and under the, Statute"' pftbw

IX ALL THE COUETS OF \TjsT FLOSIDA. J. G Putnam Esq.. Madison Throughthis \\ide opening a flood of at !least ,[ emptioner may sell was not decided by the to the making defences as if ho had not State, conferring upon the jury the right te!fir"
Office al MAEIASXA. I IO. Daniel Bell, Ec., Hamiltoa Court. died and the defendant the measure of punishment within certain1
II twelve feet in depth rushed like a Niagara : is not entitled to an
Augustus Steele;Esq., Levy' limits, to gize\ J iii
C. YONGE.J. F. McCLELLAlT. I and .general good
the time % trial t term as if the Lad
at appearance
I J. J. Snelling, Esq.. Gadsda presenting same a grand JAMEI BURKE;: vs. ALBERT CLABKE. Du- case character, although the :
March IS, 1818. 11-lf E. Rembeton, Esq., Tboinasville, Geo. I and sad spectacle. The whole plnntatiuu i is I, Por.t1. Where the instruction of the been commenced by the party newly made. been assailed same .maj not" nata

I II Oct. 24, 157. -- ,-4S -- ----.--- I converted into a vast lake, which is constantly I Judge below is relevant to the issue joined, judgment is bad by nil dicit in the Court by the prosecution.OBECON .. ..." f4i

Benj. F. Young, G.ILCLARK I cnarging! its borders, and \'.ilJ, in tho and exception is taken thereto, all the evidence below, the defendant should!! apply, if. he has WEATHSB.Au.- .

ff@illmiliW i1 R Lt:1\WJ j I I. course of a few days, leader boat navigation I upon which the instruction is based a good defence, to open te judgment and he Oregon correa.I

AXDSOLICITOR i' 1 i WATCH MAKER necessary in the streets of Gretna, McDonougbvilla I ir.tist, be incorporated in the Bill of Exceptions i permitted to plead, and cannot make his application I pondent of the Evening Pott lajrs: ,

LN EQUITY,' : and Algiers. The destruction of I which accompanies the record. to this Court. We have had one of tbe'mildest4 wrntfer'

practice ia the Courts of the Eastern Cir .A.n.d Je- e1er. property resulting from thi3 crevasse willprove I 2. In a common law suit, the only means FARIUSH CARTER vs. A. T. BE'Ii that I ever lp riV .ct.'d. OaT U ramt tVafteB".*

WILL of Florida and the Federal Court respectfully inform tbe ci i7.ena'of Tal irGC1cnsc.I of bringing before the Appellate Court the al. B. A. Putnam C. Judge of E. C.-1. has been "very ni'oderatennnsaaUy s f'of

(orriCB AT OJINAVII.LC.: ALACHCA COUKTT.) WOULD and the public generally, that he Las I There was a small overflow yesterday in evidence used in the Court below, is by incorporating A party has his standing in a Court of Equity, snow we have had none worth"noticing'and/;
REFERENCES: t t tI taken the old stand cf J. C. Hall it Cowhere he is I the lower part of the Third District, but theSurveycr'o i it in the Bill of Exceptions which EO long as he is interested in contesting the even Jack Frost has slighted almost eattfr*..
prepared to repair force the broken and the result is that the' hxsfetsiafed
soon repaired the record. ly grass
0AR. J. J. LCCAS, ) accompanies amount to Lo decreed against him in favor,of
COL. J. D. ArKEjf, > Charleston, S. C. Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, levee, and as for as tho city is concerned, no 3. It is a settled rule of law, that every collateral parties, notwithstanding he (for ra'ther resumed) its original l olerdrIeg "'

F&ASEK t THOKPBOH, ) in a workman,lite manner, and at the most reasonable fears are at present entertained. I presumption is in favor of the Court below ; have settled with the principal creditor,may during I the dry season" the grass asttntfea jiljr*

DK. JAIUB S. JOKES, Tallahauee, Fla.Jgne rates. Persons having good Watches that fail to We are informed by tho officers of the therefore where a party excepts to such rule the progress and pendency of the suit. color and becomes dry.; 'Flowwia ,

6/ 7._23_ run well from having been badly] repaired, can rely steamer Duke, which arrived this morning ing, and fails to bring up the evidence upon 2. In a conflict between |the lien of Attor in bloom in this valley theu6rA a':! ,
Lid ,
EDWARD M. WEST. upon OTAll having work them warranted put right at.if well shop. used. from Red River, that the country above and which the ruling is based, this Court will refuse neys upon a judgment recovered by them- however, is nothing new.. 'IDfert:
Attorney and Counsellor at-Law Jan. 16, 188.COPARTiEftSHIP. -ly below Shreveport was nearly all under water, to consider the exception. and tbj equitablesetts-off the judgment of April we shall have 'pl tlo1f',. ".

and that an additional rise of 8 fet is reported 4. The omission to add the similiter," or debtor, the Court will not undertake to determine berries. While speaking, .of--':thiadatis

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. NOTICE. at r..ton. Tho river, at Shreveport, is to plead to a particular Count, where the issuo arbitrarily what amount of fruit, allow me to say to lyoai"nsd"1IiIIIt '

_:April, 1556. U I HILL HOYLE. :. several inches higher than it was in 1849, and has been joined upon other Counts of the aid was necessary to" prosecute professional the suit to have gathered ,

'LOYD & HOLLAND, i TORN M. HILL---0---and JOHN J. HOYLE, Talla- tho Mississippi had backed up as far as Gor- declaration, affords no ground for a writ of judgment. Yet it will interfere so far as to ripe, in Oregon, in the month'of..DeIemr

Attorneys at Law. (J bassee having this day associated themselves tog tc n's Landi r.g.-N. O.Picayune, B l.t error. confine the claim of the Attorneys for ser and February. The farmer have hadL j ., I

WILL practice in tbe Circuit Courts of Middle lher in business under the style, name and firm of From the Tampa Pm tl/wllJr. JAMES McIvAV r:. C. L. FBIEBELE. Du vices, within the limits of a just and reasonable opportunity of sowing an butdanceT',

West Fl-mda, and in the Suprene Court HILL & IIOYLE, Pont, J1. Where the demurrer to the compensation. and those that have not fim&hed.aYe4: putting
rtln State. Also in the District Court of the Uni Latest Indian News. the best foot foremost, >ktr r.4lup rt
ad will give prompt attention lo all orders in their whole declaration, and it is found to containone 3. An Attorney has a lien upon a judge comj
States in tbe Northern District of Florida. of their labors 'Wheat
U )line.; to execute and the the arrival of Col. Rector ment for his services in
R.J.FLOYD, Office Apalachicola, Fla. They are prepared carry on By yesterday good Count, the judgement on the demurrer obtaining the same, 81, bushel ,with t'Yerappeaructt.
D. P.HOLLAND, Office Quincy Fla. PENTERING BUSINESS, evening, we have gratifying assurances of the must be for the plaintiff. superior to any equable l setts-off of the per / l

Dee.U. 1855._51_ in all! its various branches ; and from their long experience complete success of his negotiations with the 2. A variance between the amount of damages judgment debtor. Ths case of Carter vs. rising.. Oats are 75 eenta per, 1I.bei. .' .

WILLIAM S. DILWORTH, in tile Running Gear and Screw Business, hostile STeminoles. laid in the prcecipc and that in tho declaration Bennett (Florida Reports) noticed and ap i--4e'zQ Jt.tU
and other machinery hope by prompt attention to that tho hostiles Now is TUB TzuNotyetj" aaid .
CoL R. is sanguine ALL ) affords no ground which to proved.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, business to merit liberal share of patronage. All will assent to the conditions of a peaceable writ of upon boy, as he w g"bt2'sIP with his trap,:aad
orders from the country promptly executed. Calls predicate a L l'1TOX vs. PALXER. Baltzell, C. J.-1. A .
MOXTICELLO, FLORIDA. from either of tbe Counties in Middle! Florida. and removal, and bo ready to embark, for the 3. Where an ametd:.ent in matter of formis payment to a father as natural guardian iota ball ; when I'grow older, I will think boat

T/tTIM.;/ : prnctic in tbe Courts of tbe Middle Cir from Decatur and Thomas Counties, Ga., shall receive West on the 1st proximo. A large numberof allowable, this Court will give to the party child is not valid as a defence to an action for my sou).* '. "- :

TT cult and Thomas and Lowndea County Ga attent; n. % them arc now sojourning at the encampment entitled to the amendment the ull benefit of recovery of the hires of negroes belonging to The little boy grew to be a joung'niin.I .
March 22. 1856. 12-ly Feb.6. 1858. 61ySELLING of the Delegation ; government teams it, as though it had been actually made. the child. *
Not said
LONG & GALBRAITH, OFF are sent out for others and their baggage.Six 4. Where exception is taken to a particular 2. Nor will a plea be good as a defence yet the young man ;,'jfrj '

or eight members of the Delegation, instruction, which is within the limits of that the father, being for a long now About to enter into trad*; wn.o .::1,
A possession
AT ,
-> together with Billy Bowlegs' Lieutenant, are and relevant to the issue joined, the evidence of the child's tfegroes hired them to my business prosper, then. I shall have .'

ULONG.. atedtheraeelretintbe&J.B' G ALBB practice AITH of Law.bnT. awociJLTJ. They NEW YORK COST now in this place. They iutend visiting the upon which the instruction is based must ba defendant and had received the payment time than 'now.* ". -

., **tI1Mtend'theCortgjntbe Middle Circuit the Su- Istapoga country to hunt a party of 14 warriors fully and properly presented in the record. therefor. ... c. t .. Business did prosper. ."- :
pram Ooort and the District Courts of the United I FOR CASH. of Sam Jones' band. They will be accompanied 5. The only mode of bringing up to this 3. An action" of aasumpsit is not maintain. 4 Not :

'tatet at TaUaha -.-->.,. by several Volunteer Captains, Court the evidence used below, in a common able by a ward_against his guardian or jetsaid thernanorbui, sfinj:
'. Office opposite the Court. Hon.. THE Zijt! riber is desirous removing frotn this who arc well ,acquainted with that Jlec1 on. law suit, i is. by: incorporating it into a "'Bill guardian/] parent. The remedy is by ocHobof children mast have; ,,wb.a .t1..J1I_

Oetober 28. 1854. IT I and offers bis ,entire Sam Jones' himself, is unwilling. leave of Exceptions," duly attested by the signature account.or bill in equity, ia.which the- settled in life, .I ahalibe bettirable td

AMB30TYPESAND STOCK, '. ( OF' MERCHANDIZE. Florida, but his objections will not influence of the Judge, or of three bystanders'as equities between tho parties may be adjustedand 'to reltgieri.*- 6 :. ,\:f Hq .Ult ,

wjiistmg; part of Dry Goods Clothing Hardware, ,bis followers to persist in resisting Govern ia prescribed by. the statute. rightfully ..settled.MARX He Jtved: '; .I J1'ff '9 11W '
MELAINOTYPES, Saddlery,ic. _. TAKE'S BAILEY ,NEW Y'oaKcosTFOR, .: CASH. wishes to die in the land of his nativity. JAMES S. JQSES WIUJAM STBEBTEE.. HEFraorr vs. THB STATE OP FLORID ':'i, oU .f:111.4u'l4m"1" tr -
sr DuPont,'J.'In aj plea! to ars;, action, on a A. Du Pont, J.-1..Under the tire Jrom: a(1
.Yea CM bn j,* bep for,little,jnoney. A;wor J to We presume be wuTte forced to -ith provision tt..ow"6'
Roonu over.Barnard?*Drug Store.'T'Ht & 'trJIt lUdffirient.. .CALL-SOON. er to go West, or remain here under (the special promissory! note,.given for _tho, purchase of of our.statute,the defendant in a criminal ease. else to dO 1ft'r: '_
"- 4WM.. K. COHN. an article, it is not sufficient to state that tbe has a right to)the concluding before
Eoocu,bT. te'eTioroag ly.refitd| and m chargd of Uncle. argument : 4r4 .irIi : ( !ij i otbeT'
JL are now excellent cooditioo tot the ..purpoMt. New, Jau.-Oiu 2-1t article purchased was unsound and unfit for tbe jury when, ho introduces no !testimony fa' : ; -

tI The Public,. ftmted. to,<*U.-"* THE, BUBDEJLL. .MUKDKR.-The, Detroit _use,' that fraudulent misrepresentation respecting the' triaL, : t&IMVh&. ,b jp *

1L.u.s 1tJm. ''' '-', .-'ojI :", ,' -. '...,_ : :liverpool:Sack Salt.e .. .. :;Advertiser of April. 17th, Lays thUt bas .. ,its character had_been;made bjr *the 2.- Tho statute which secures to the .*-.chUILiiiveti,W&haa, ,.it4J. .

".1.. ... ".- -. .. -"> ,: \J SAbZS,e.Vd"nr1 01: v -IrAroed --confidentially of .cow .developmentswh.icbtwrrant l teller; .then roast bo a distinct'allegation go. :criminal cases Iho'right tft'the :con-' :ftt'h r..r r-JIoCt"\ .

: /.., FJiid'. I .500'' & Wilt blod l f' 1ft l rr/lot.. < i ; the uppo j tioo, that the per- ingto show that .Defendant' had suffered eluding argument is mandatory: in.Us charactor .* i t\t', i r J. '. .0

t <'1"U'-A1itrt tbtr Aurriat"r' and I. sbipbcardat; Sptniab.JddIAUOHTOROJfD-hole. ':r : fe&fatorqr ,Bordtll murder.will BOOI be .a lots tmorrjKe: purchase. 'Kv- ,
f ..T.t.slMMN.Ltv.tT.: ." ,'t" 0 6 1 fis ,Ii1lod. T BALTZEL, C. disttnting.. may be the roVject of a bill_of exceptions. I rem (iritr el.!. f.. ,1t
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looking' 'm Northern es ter. 1, Th 06 rw, .'ottfietnd, .ult. ,, onUlnf v letter" Cotton to UverpoV"i ta3>i&SAVA &rIa thes'. ". 'bt r..i" '

li,. "fftt. ... .. ,lYi :ii- from Maj. Chase;Pjresident of the.Alabama & Florida LAtFRbWEUOt:, : AJI. Ap* i.."' Cotton. to-day' 14 p1&1I\. .\ t1M tq
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,to1Ia. Wf.f.. (gair1u'" 1, .' ''KQuttW-, Rail Road Compnny;ln woich bftatoouncea the no iir What S. garden .u.t' .t-"nted I .

S 1 in, an4s| murder, 4c,:wl4 d&otwtrate that gratifying Intelligence that 1102 Urns of iron rails OP"THE tightness in the mbney market. Th I li a cold Impirti.Dence.
,-J -:;.,, ;tbe boasted nperioiily.of'tbe|&rt&over tLe South have been'purchased' 'ndipped. at New York, sf8 rain falling. Did anjtblnj !. IIr ..

in the elemtnUot,popular virtue, enlightenment for the road; part, of which nas arrived ia thl hare NEW OM.KASS, April 27.. Salw of cotton 6.000 ; Yes-you a ever MM. ** tbou'
I. ADA..I I leg J rope-wi? .,
\'y..IT.S. A1V
" -' --- '---- and bappto .M, i is therest sham and imposluro bore c bales, firmer. Middling 11T ( llfeente. freights *

t -, .4nuim- SUBSET. .' "* ever practised on the credulty of the world., We About 12J mire in extent from the main dVpot in Sale of the Week TT, OO. i ilIALIFAX. on cotton 0-16J. (in eoneqnenee,of the combination will tT a1waya He wbo remain follows b Iilad.I3T1 In .the footgtepa cf aaotW

f' a da iaiHrtt *put WMkhasUta take no pleasure in saying thatthe civilization of Tarragona street will be laid with this iron. And among shipmasters.. } Sterling 71 @ 8$ preminra. ,
April 23. The steamship Canada has Why are li *t1tr.matratet
'J.t.x- & the North i.HhcTr3Ughly''putrescentbut"whn, it "the contractors' are ready "commence the worK "of arrived with Liverpool- accounts to Saturday, April -- rMoBiir read only stable /itfr-ature. B aa** the*

J.h 1 arrogantly assumes to itself and April 27.-XSales of cotton 3300 lalw.-
: Jr.kdPe a higher grade track-laying. '
: I i:. ,BSIl.' ,o CWto toundcY texture'than that of the South, when with Arrangements have been and are being made tosecure 10th.CoJUm rclal Intelligence. Middling 11 i @ -. Market firmer and slightly I fJT Why Brae Is the letter U tbe ptyest Ia tj.:
phabet ** it is
.,, a al'uy.lnua. .
Alarkrt. The sales during the for three 5,830 bale, and receipts .
Decision pretentious and Pharisaical self sufficiency it effects means, by which the remainder of the.i 'on. iirtrpool Cotton dearer. days
rne crt week ending the 8th inst. inclusive, were 77.000 to-day 1800 bales. I ICUABLE81'Or. fgjT' Come I in ont of the wet",it Ute shark said
AttttttonU. dircte4 to the interesting Head. to look'down with contempt or commiseration up- rails, fastenings; rolling machinery &c dec may bale The market had been considerably excited, bal when he swallowed the nigger boy
'on he ruder manners baser morals of the'Southern be speedily procured and promptly delivered. advanced Al'ri127.-Sale* of cotton 1700 s: '
first ot.thcWODI made by tb* 80- or and all qualities of- Cotton had largely HoW" '
..(on .( peg ld dorin? tb'e people, we.may without imitating the bad ex .v. The" Major.states' further' that if). pil.beae. arrangements but' the demand sub qu.cutly Ml off and the market prices ranging from 11 to, 13 cent Price. stif-II IIat .. T":i a ." country can Y g dnh ntlemao.Mr. laji."soonest- eeture. farms?

p .c-at'. ':W aaiple thus set of vaunting our own merit, refer to are in due time perfected, it may be closed quiet at an advance of Jd. to id., on the feuing.NEW. '

Jt yt"-" : -. facts vindicate the lave States from the judge safely announced that the whole line of road up to business of the week. YORK, April 27.-Sales of cctton 1200 bale, W Doolittle has threatoied to b ta i.
.. heart on the floor of the U.3. 8ft.LttT .
flail .. .. ments of ignorance and the calumnies of malice; its junction with the Montgomery road, at the Washington New.. with a firm market. Flour Crm sales 13,000 bar I time depart- It is impossible outside the seats of ancient State line Alabama, will be completed en or be- WA5iIINGTO X, April 22.-In the Senate to-day Dr. rels. Wheat, sale 20,000 bushels, and declining.- Punch says it requires aa'early rtart.- now.
relating population.
Tit for
ft-days, a man to around his wife.3T .
arrangement e get
Rhodes the English Surgeon who so'promptly sales bushels with a declining tenden .
from referred where crowded the most- the fore the 21st December, 1858. young Corn 39,000 ,
nre of the Ea ml \i city, t among and cheerfully relieved the American seamen, on 72 73 and Yellow 74 75 cents t There la -Quaker In Philadelphia to
We fellow citizfens cf Pcnsacola deney-White @ @ upright
thieves of congratulate our
&Vo and eonseqtnntly London the galley slaves of Paris, the "
tat wtk, baa Dd board the United States "Susquehannah, that he won't sit down to hiS meal
BO change tnl day of publication of the the beggars of Naples or any thing of most woeful 1 upon the prospect of the early completion of work who were sick with the yellow fever, at Jamaica, Spirits Turpentine heavy at 49. Rosin firm at 9

.' and hideous in the annals of vice and distress-to in which they are sd deeply[ ) interested. was courteously invited to a seat in the Chamber.Mr. $1 52i @ |1 56. Rice steady and firm. Freight fig Sorrows. grow less and every time thtr'are
told like the ;
F.r de ,just .of om
ag a n.
r Seward of New York, presented the reply of firmer.
With Hiip"ecl% t the Listen mail, we before find an example where misery has arrived, eo ear .Another New State. the American Teje raph Company, to the recent - t3g In what color sbQuld yon,keep

\Ii general,'desire that it !ho11 b carried ly in the existence of a people, at what might seem It is propbeed to create a new State 'out of memorial of Mr. A Kendall. The reply refutes the From the Savannah Morning New, April 27. I isesT,, Keep them in violet (iavlolate.) your. 'proc _

Bailroadaa frr as Walker's Mill, which ia its last and most desperate stage as the New I that portion of Michigan lying west of Lake allegations against the American The Company, and de The New Kanaaa Bill. Cg Why are people with corns like certain. Y'1

the point at -which tKe etn a present stop. The York papers themselves show to have been reached Michigan, and. known as the Upper Peninsula," nics that tb aiiy the Judiciary monopoly Committee.The exists. matter was referred We gave yesterday from the Baltimore Sun. ''I etables Because they are toe-martyrs. ,

contractor udfDd. 1 desirous of perfecting in the city of New York Philadelphia!! treads ; and the northern part of Wisconsin borderingupon memorial of the American Telcgtnph Company brief synopsis which of it is Mr.mode English's the condition Kansas Compromise t'Wh3t.fruit pleases garroters ? Cho e rf.

u arrangement t this cad, and we suppose will nttt far behind her with not unequal steps of depravatiOn Lake Superior. The Legislatures of both represents that such a law as petitioned for by bill tIle by admission of Kansas with the Lecompton precedentto They are also familiar with the art i-choke.

\% able ,t d 1 Whatever greetnetit tnaybe'Bade and of destitution ; Boston declares from these States..have gives their consent and now Araos delay Kendall bininc, TV ill,conflict render responsibility with past State uncertain legislation ., Constitution, that the instrument shall be submit i I m- Snooka says the ladies no longer -iet their! .

hwe. should b. made with a Tit* of time to time her own rot tones*, other cities reek it; only rcnains for Congress to agree .to it. The and,unjustly deprive the remonstrant of rights se. ted to the people for ratification or rejection in I' capa" to catch beaux-they spread"their_skirts.5F .

avoiding te at M 1Ucel1ti, otherwise with debasement and with suffering ; and yet all name proposed for the new State is Ontona- cured by contract ; and of legitimate fruits of the authorized which latter to event hold another the people convention of the territory whenever are Couldn't somebody.invent a soap to enable

greet ffiseatWkction will be excitfcd; and jdiily ex- I these towns glow with benevole which runs gon. It Vi ill be nearly as largo ns Florida. It will ]la"t oi-tlay by the American Company in the haz- and not before, it is ascertained, by census duly :, mamma to get their daughters off their hands? ,.

dUd, laOBg. the people JJast b?Jeff eoa. abroad to relieve far happier countries, while it embrace the entire Southern coast of Lake Superior ardous connection Atlantic with enterprise the Newfoundland-that their Company contract of iSsii'eh and legally taken that the population cf said ter ?,_' Which can travel the fastest heat or cold !

leaves twenty fbld More of ,-ant. of crime; and of and inelude the rich mineral region which u& has been universal among Telegraph linesin ritory equals the ratio of population required fbr a Why heat,you dunce. Can't anybody catch cold tE2TIH -

'eerrt1 real unhappiness at its own veiy door. stretches along that vast inland soa. It is stased the United States. And that while the Atlantic member of the House of Representatives of the
__ 4V. : l I. aid that Mr.
... .. United States. I. Paulwn.tbe renowned
J i'v nc AOL, nuob cau l/c Mia eufllcIeublV cuuteuiptuous tna there b Company has been highly favored, in being
ulrendv a population of over 70.000, per- has the
we hare had'mbei seasonable weather With this exception the bill is the same as Mr. chess-payer largest head of any man Ji,.
ftohpnn. towards people who motet! as the and is in the mitted the u>e of ships of the Navy to lay the Atlantic -
peo- rapidly increasing territory referredto. Crittenden's substitute and if it is clear abandonment I
this of .the StaU-moisture enough a -
is that it should be
part Cable, it known iug.Gr
b ple of these fcities do the innocent and proper
with promiaiiig moat (favorably fo> of % happy If accounts be true, these people are anxiousto that n: money aid has as yet been received from of the principles of non-intervention by I | A drunkard's nose is said to be a llghthonw
hat ctp Sdnth; *hUe they disregard all duty and all pity have a government of their own, finding themselves any govrnthent.The Congress, it is so near to it that we would like to warning us of the little water that passes under

eon and cotton. and- ngetble This state tbards the miserable population that starves with cut off by the peculiarity of their locationand resolutions between this country and Paraguay have the difference pointed out to us. I neath.
barn been changed however, by the rfctefat appear1asee aid We understand that Mr. Stephens, Mr. Shorter
hunger festers in vice, under their imme- were discussed.A *
own from We have heard of fellow who
pursuits communication Michigan who have Q7 a was d Ur-
or and'other Southern steadily
attended fall of frost gentlemen I
cold a ,
bill introduced authorize
a to construction
wtt diate was -
o mp. view. Wisconsin. Unless Congress should interpose objections advocated the Senate bill, have acquiesced in Mr. i I mined to commit suicide, even if he perished I Is tinattempt.
line from
last Wednesday night, which has chilled vegetattaa Our of a Telegraph Memphis to San Fran: .
attention has been invited to this subject also I which may be the case, the new State of cis4t,. English's comr.romiwhich would encourage us

not enough t destroy it but t retard it by a late remarkable demonstration in New I Ontonagon will speedily take ht r place as an independent The consideration of the deficiency l.m'as resumed to hope that the right and honor of the South !" C3P The mind of a bigot is like the pupil of aa

growth for several days. The temperature is now York. The attempted assarination of the Emperorof I member of the Union. ; but no action was taken.In have not in this case, as in almost every other attempted eye: the more light you throw upon it, the more
becoming more genial, and will soon repair the tha House a hill was passed donating 5,000- adjustment of the slavery question, been it contracts.
France, a (e'weeks since, is fresh in the recollection I There be redeEming
occasioned by this unexpected 000 acres of the public lands for the benefit of Agricultural utterly compromised. may some
damage intra of all. Orsini Pierri To Cff A Chinese proverb a lie has no len
tt and Pinanori, thrce Mary.I. and Mechanical Colleges. The donationto trait in the new bill, but we sincerely hope says
winter weather. assassins .I that it has some higher merit than merely the and cannot stand ; but it has wing, and can ny
a o of Italy in attempting to take the life of never loved but one. be allotted pro rata to the several States. preservation '
- fur and wide.
of the of the Democratic
Death of Krmata Napoleon destroyed the lives of a hundred inno- Ftc stood and watched the whirling sno'wa Mr. English, from the Kansas compromise committee harmony part :
Via announced that the committee would be ;. We have for years past regarded the National j I tF What was the difference between Noah'sArk
This Intlrestihg young man, youngest brother of cent beings who were near the person of the anticipated Of frozen climes full oft- Democracy aa the only conservators of the I '
: ready to report to morrow. The Olil-SolJiers bill and Joan of Are tOne was made of.. wood-
GOT. A. P. Willard, o'f Indiana, who spent the greatrf victim, for which they were tried and exe I've roved where the Magnolia blows was discussed. Union and the right of the Sjosth ; but, if to pre- the other was maid of Orleans.

portion of the past winter in this city, as a consumptive cuted as assassin Strange to say a large meeting of And the Gulf breeze murmurs soft ; WASHINGTON, April 24.-The Senate to-Jay passed serve is harmony the Litter have to be sacrificed, I II
it is time that should of the former. I tT It is an estracriisary fact that when
invalid, and who left here tome -weeks. the citircns cf New York city was held in the Parka And many a fair and beauteous face the House deficiency bill as reported by the committee Better to sacrifice we the harmony despair of the Democraticor pie come to what i' ccnunonly called Liga words poo-,

since for his'ifeitern home, we regret to learn is few days since which much These have with the amendment that all future contracts i low
xpressed svmpathy eyes gazed upon, shall be submitted to Congress In the House any other p-rt7-T
dead An affecting notice of his demise, in the for, ahd! deplored the fate of the heartless conspirators. But though I praised their wondrous grace; to-<3ay, the motion of yesterJay to reconsider the surrender tbe cc.a.tucnal: rights! and hcscr of the Cir: Will you have me. SarM" Mid a youngman

Ledger, of New Albany Indiar-a, States that the The torch light procenion on that occasion, I never loved but one. vote for postponing the consideration of the report South. I to a shy young lady. "No John" said she, 1

Tnt occurred at New Orleons on the 3rd of b tmonth. we fire informed, THIS a large and imposing pageant. of the conference committee oa the Kansas bill, was The Baltisicre Jimtri'-tn says ten of twelve of "but you may have me, it you like."
Some other swain, with careless Itid the table four The motion to the Douglas men are Inclined to accept it. The S
It is stated that there were few young Sereral thousnnd citizens walked in procession from His eye, on the matter by.trntil majority.the second Thursday in rest, including Jl1c1t Dojglae himself, Mrs. Montgomery tr Mrs. Partington says she was much elucidated -

men who gave premise: t a brighter future than Union Square to the City Hull, chanting in praiseof conquests may relateI postpone May (the lath,) was still before the House when Hankin, Clark Davis, Harris and the Illinois last Sunday on hearing a fine concourse on the

he, before disease had fastentd itself upon his system the conduct of the nssa'sin*, and making Fpcechcs deem him but butterfly, that body adjourned to-day. delegation are firm against it, on the ground prodigious eon.

and marked him for an early victim. The which are published at length in the New Yook pa Unworthy love or hate.I WA"III. GTlJS, April 26.-It is currently reported I. that it is a shuffling avoidance of the adniits question at tT" Have you any fish in your basket I" asked
it the Administration
remarks eicmplified These envy not his changeful heart, t that Messrs. Douglas Stewart and Uroderiek, are issue ; that by itselfto a. person of a fi fisherman 'Who was returning home.
.t..ecZ wtiuthfully and iouehinply: (as pers. displays, eo disgraceful to be in the wrong about Lecompton, but seems to "
cnd defeat the eel the
Such tiifler I would shun zealously {avoing to adoption of the Yes a good was reply.
in this city) that during all his long pe the country are confined to the NdHhern States. ; of the Kansas conference committee. It is .I I fchun an cpen and lionorable, recantation. The most
of sickness, be was watched and cared for by These parades of red flag, red banners and transparences For well I know, that, for my part; undcrktood that all the othe* democratic Senators independent of the Southern men, headed by Quit i tif': There is a chap out West; with hair so red,
rio I never loved but man, oppose it as a disgraceful surrender and a betrayal I that when he goes out before day he Is taken for
one.It : ma/1e
in f.ivor of the the committee.
Willard with all the affection and tenderness inscribed with are report by
Mrs. revolutionary motives
we of all the principles whch? they have committed : sunrise, and {the cocks begin to crow.f .
The Governim-nt will ask authorizea
of a sister. The official duties of her husband not are proud to notice never occur at the South but Congress to I themselves in this contest. _
I ; little rl'cksTllO frhe may be, lotn of t:30OvOoOO: > < nnd also authority to fund the Lecompton Are ycij mate of the ship r asked an emigrant
permiting his continued presence, Mrs. Willard, i on the contrary are discountenanced and repudi For hate. l Ijst her now.I 2j,000OoO already isceJ: Ion, the Washington correspondent of the Baltimore i of the cook, who was an Irishman. "No,

frail anu delicate asas. t he was abandoned home ated. strive to hide but Sun, *ays : sir; I'm the man that cooks the matI."
my grief, see;
Mr. English's project has the assent rf'all the
Front In Alabama.
and family te watch over ibo dying brother. Sure- 'Tis furrowed ia wy brow; members of the committee, except the two"republican tr-: The Wheel of Fortune must have belonged
A Fire MOBILE, April 24.-Tbere a heavy fro t here
Department in
such devotion will not go unrewarJed TaIIahaae6. Ala! she was members Mr. Seward and Mr. Howard. It originally to an omnibus-for it is continually!
I The has often my only ray this morning, and fears are entertained that it has
question presented itself to "
OUT will be supported in the Senate by a majority of Ii taking up" and putting down" people.
Of light, life, sun, injured the cotton.
from the Indian. minds, -why it is that a fire has my my young
tfo d News depurtrrent never eight, and in the House probably by a majority of *
And I Lut and MoNTdoMEKY, April 24.-There was a heavy frost t_ f A man in Boston who stoutly objected to
iy the arrival of the Steamer from Key West been organized in this city. It is certainly a mat now can weep say, here this mornicfr- fifteen, without reposing upon any one of the sxattiLecompton I his wife's learning to skate, a month ago, has at last

Tamp.Ac., 0'Turay. we are placed in pos ter of vital importance to ererr member of the I never loved but one. South- "I'erican members. It is I come to die conclusion to let her tlide" .
that ha.. f the anH-L
supposed nearly :eon.ptC\n
Arrival of the Moses Tirlor.N I
01 the gratifying' ( intelligence, through Gen. community. Fire is our worst eiremy and we A man who fur ti6r
ton I Her face was not surpassing fair, Democrats will probably go fir it.: : was imprisoned .
Yom .-The
Carter who came on a a passenger, that 117 Indians should arm ourselves against the devastations of No roses tinged her cheek, E\V April 2; steamship Moses Taylor It has been rumored tint Gen. Quitman and two complained that he had been severely dealt with

were in afFort Myers ready to em.vjra.ttl that devouring clement-an enemy for whom ,ve But kind and her air from Atpiitwall hna arrived, which port she or throe other Southern members were reluctant; to for en offence which carries its own punishment.
gentle was left the It'th' inst. She and into the! but it i i' acid that
or. brings nearly one come measure; to- lay .
This number is of $J? warriors and 84 women are totally unprepared in thit place. A city with Her and
eoma spirit pure meek a half millions in specie and five hundred fRSengerp. for the sake of Democratic harmony they will yield The Newspaper Pn..
and constitutes the bands of Bowlegs out a fire is in an unprotected eUte. An
eh renan ca1th threw no magic roundjur name, I their objections. Ceit.iinly they can follow, with No Institution of IOdet. the
-. and Assiftwah. Both of these.chiefs are present, army without weapons might be a fit comparison.Other I }Dew that Ae had none, A .tf Atdhouor. in tile footsteps of such Southern bear mcmentt. says WashingtonUnion
The new* from California Is uniiTSpoftani. and Shorter. .can. a comparison with thisgreat
: with all their "phrader," ready move at any cities have to contend with water as well] as 't-ras fights men as Stephens
But to all the of the.hunan mind.
t yet me sameI Dates from Valparaiso to the 18th March have The project affords to the people of Kansas an engine-thIs great organ
Urn The rest tbe bSStttes consist Of Sam Jones' firehere, water is a deidaratum which makes it loved but It is a universal-and the only universal-lever of
C never one. been received Vivanro had been defeated at Ar- opportunity to reject the whole constitution, or to
i t nnmbering.23 warriors, I of the "Markoe" all the more difficult to extinguish a conflagration, come into the Union under it. Though they objected education. It is an estate by itself embracing within -
band i
when well started and There is that will behdta equipa after great daughter, and had fled to Bolivia. the L the range of its influences elements hieb enter
t 'Tallahassee A part of the Arkansas once makes prompt &i is- an eye to interposition of the ? conrpton Constitution
tb into relation of human
and 1.
delegation had gone in cju'rt of these, with a prospect tance on the epot necessary.It The simple lines I write, ufo: fheu against their of consent, ytt it There every is no hidden recess of society economy which it doe
does not follow that will their accord
of securing the emigration of o'tbe most; if ttffl is true that of very late years this city has Not with a glance reserved and cold, IVashlnjjton Netrs.WAHINGTON accept it. In fact, the they rt.irn: objection own to this project -, not penetrate. It is a statesman, a lawyer a phy. .

a1 of th m Sam Jones i helpless and nearly been exempted: from many disasters of the kind, But sad with chastened light.I April :20.-In the Senate to-day Kansas is, Chat Kansas will avail herself of it to come siclan; a clergyman a teacher a mechanic a farmer

blind, and averse t moving, but the most his though at a time painfully eventful in its history, hope no tear will dim that eye affairs were discussed. I into tie! Union, for which the i io in no respect, perhaps a ence.manufacturer It controls, a man the leisure State and, of It letters controls,and the sci

and asked few in it received a which should To undone In the Ileus the Kansas question a fit mrmber. But the thins h to have clone I
L warriors are willing go, a days melancholy warning not see mo so ; was poMpon! with the question in Cong-ess and hi national poUj j Church-it directs the family; the legislator the

which to operate upon the balance. On.the whole, be forgotten; Fancied security makes men negK- I would not even make a sigh- cd until Wednesday. I tics. magistrate, and the minister. None rise above iuinfiuence.none

the prospect of getting the Indians off is most flattering gent-in time of peace prepare for war, is a trite I never loved but one. The House refused to agree to the Senate's amendments The ravage of.the. English compromise bill will : sink below its authority. It is the

-thanks t6 the efforts of our noble volunteers. but truthful nraxira. And we think that our citizens to the deficiency I ill. probably be considered as an administration tn- most pervading powerful and beneficent institution -

would advance the interests and I never.loved but one, oh no, uinpli, because it is quite as odiow to the republicans ancient or modern society. It is more in
security of [-5ECOND E1rAvcn.jVamiiNoroN ] with the Divine minute
harmony intelligence
more ,
the Senate bill an'd will obtain
I loved but as original ,
The Indians are represented as being almost with- the place, were they to effect the formation of a fire nver one; .% April 26, P. M.-The Senate has from them a solitary vote. incomprehensible, inscrutable and yet more simple

tat clothtng and ammunition. Major Rector, the department an institution which all know to be I could not wish it were not so, adjourned without taking any action on the Kansas -- intelligible and influential in effecting the ends of

f government"ffgeht having charge of the emigration greatly needed. Other cities of less size and importance I'd do as I have done. bill. The matter will be up again to-morrow, Sam Jonca' Renolrc. human progress, in elevating the character: and securing .
the culture of man than and all otheragencies.combined.
'Tis vain talk of any
will pay them noting until they are aboardof expend large sums for the support such to to me changeThe but the vote will not probably be taken until the In the account from the Indian country, 'which This may be regarded at first

the steamer"and properly registered. This precaution companies and baTe money by it ; and tber is an sands Of life may rln ; latter part }f the week. we published yesterday, it was stated that while I as an extravagant assumption.. Individuals may
But yet, alas, I cannot rang-1- the largo body of the Scminoles, and even the deride the assail its
seems be old saying that it is better to save a penny than to newspaper press, may integrity ._
t a&factor.Te Gen. Walker Trial. blood-thirsty Billy Bowlegs were willing to emigrate
I never loved but one. question its morality and deny its controlling in-
number of warriors returned is only 76- make it. It would be an insult to the intelligence to the homes assigned them in the West, there
NEW ORLEANS, April 26.-Gen. Wm. Walker's flu nce over the will,judgment,andactions of men; :
considerably less than has been generally supposed of the community for us to attempt to show the importance III trial has been until the 4th inMsy was one Chief, Sam Jones, wlio had resolved to reject but such'persona'would measure,the volume of tb* -.
of such Tni KANSAS FIGHT ix Tin HorsE.-Tho Washington postponed Monday all overtures and to bury his bones in the land the its snrface bound the earth
bs id the nation, though w'.th: addition of a measure by statistical argument. ( sea by ripples npbu ,
those t killed, the number will found t correspond All know that if we bad an efficient fire department correspondent of the New York Times says, in of his nativity.: There is something touching in the by the horizon of theIr owu. visions, and estimatethe
b t. incident. However urgent mabe the policy that of Nature the which have
reference to the trial for the of by .gifla
approaching economy
pretty accurately with the estimate z *dfr by we should get insurance effected at greatly .report News from the Plato. demands the femoval of these tribes from their ancient been strewn around their own hearthstones.

Capt. Casey. reduced rates, which now are exorbitant, besides the Conference Committee on Kansas affairs: NEW YORK, April 27.-The Santa Fe mails of hunting grounds, we confess to a feeling of If the newspaper press is capable of almost infinite

JS) other benefit accruing of which it is superfluous to The Douglas Democrats go with the Lecompton- ApriJ lat were received at St. Louis to-day. The admiration for their long and uncompromising resistance good, by dissemminatlng tubby correcting S

'-Pale BUro4.IB speak.Any one can examine and comprehend for Ites. Quitman has paired off. Hill, Trippe and express encountered violent snow storms, and no- to its execution. The pertinacity and desperate falsehood, by giving character to .nations, and of
of Con- Zollicoffer, South Americans, oppose the new 1 18n. frozen resolution with.which they have maintained writing their history, we concede it ia aleo capable
the of the ticed
early Ilion numbers of animals the .
part present himself. In case an engine could not be procured, The relative vote will "Lecompton 120, anti-Lc- on rout their ground, and fought for thi* sentiment of horns of doiag vast mischief. It is no part of our belief

I I bill for the construction, in part by thee a hook and ladder company would be of great we compton 113, to bo diminished by pairs. Capt. Mnrcy had been overtaken by Garland's through bloody wars, famine, and every conceiva that i it is anywhere in the neighborhood of perfec

Government of th. Pacific Railroad. was now, and a great auxiliary hereafter. It is a subject Expr 8 ;and was ordered to await anescort at Fort LIe scourge, affords an instance of undaunted heroism tion., Nor is it.possible to wield an engine so complicated

Itrtpadoced into the Senate with many strenuous that claims immediate ottfntion, and we hope the The Conference Committee Smith. i without an approach to a parallel in the annals and powerful-to drive a machine of such

aTt ht it* *ige. A few days ago the bill merchants who are the most largely interested, WAiHixoToir, April 21. The Times extra states that twenty thousand In.diaus time of numbering the world.over But one a handfal hundred themselves warriors,,at they no rights gigantic of proportions individuals-or without without violating offending some of moral the

.pa&Lz U S.nt t next December will lead off fur the attainment of that which is so Th<' Conference Committee of the two Houses, on were congrcgaticg on the llaine-with tIle have by tneir strategy baffled, for twenty years, or principle and sensibilities. We have few perfect

nt to a absolute rejection, and obviously needed. the Kansas to question a, project have probably somewhat como similar to an determination'' of making a descent on the frontier ; more the diplomacy and the armies of our vast re governments, lawyers, statesmen, mechanics or

th. nbe iaao-e6lRflietttedvtb r. i but'little -.. agreement that which English had offered. This proposition to- and also that hostilities had actually commenced.The .- public. the Even Government now, though reduced to the lost cxtremity teachers. Perfection is not stamped on mind. or
R has been forced to
i 'will at the next aes- Preabvtery of Florida with modifications will it in said however is denied ACknowledge matter. S
tai come ep some be reported report, by a gentleman attached the impotency of all its plans and to resort institutionin

.IOL Tit next Cg-m also b engaged In1k.'a This body commenced its regular semi-annual with the rnd assent Green.of Messrs.The English and Ste.phensHunter to the mail train, who recently] passed to heavy bribes and persuasion to induce them The ita every newspaper feature press, labor is a and democratic effect; in its free

Pr *ldftnt this jDetbn hhrfccrv sessions at Alligator on the evening of the 21st the Committee are the two Republicans opponents, of on through the country.J! to emigrate to a strange land. It has not been speecb, lplnion ;and economy; in the mind that

f f an e in tbe Presidential cartjkaign.TL .-- April, and was opened with a sermon by the Rev. Howard and Seward who are, with reason, fearful with them a question of policy or interest, but directs it, and in the judgment and taste that pa-

Demoeratie papers of Virginia are lovd ifftbtb SSf WlKken of Quincy. Up to the tiirfe of OT! that Kansas will give'them the slip, and come reluctantly Congressional* -- purely a love of the soil that gave them birth-one trouize it. It is an element in. the social and political -
WASHINOTOXV 27. little business of.the noblest emotions that can inspire the breastof deliberative
into the Unon under the April -Very of gd'vemnmeiit-representative.
4&neiation ueaaure.The Richmond1 gdicg to press, remarks the Alligator Democrat of Lscomptort ConstitIi4'iQfl. -
When did the Saxon .
o te general interest transpired in Congress to-day In man. Anglo race ever give and perdimgddssing tejitix rrand, the mag.itrate.
fio utttr'aa>&>ir. goon eiu'nel that the State Saturday hot, 'there hn'e'een in attendance such an exhibition of that exalted virtue f upbolJing And sustuniD th. rood rebuking .
I understand, is lo suLm'-t to the the Senate the Kansas .
The prtJject.5 discussed. In
of Virginia will'De her eight ministers add five Ruling Elders. Rev. Mr. question was But we took up our pea to iriterce4ft in behalf of and condemning the offendct It teeJs and
f pit llntatve -_ . -. -- people of'KflUsas a modification of the ordinance! the House the old soldiers'bill was debated. one whom the Government can favor without detriment stimnlatWthe mind with perpetual m"i.o(action
to'TU for A mtacar degrade her sover Mathews OecTgia Hey. JMr. Crane,of I ew lork, which the Lecompton Constitution, in ;
accompanies email bCt
tt to ourselves. This he'roic band of teaches the ignorant to read to' epetlto'write, to
.dpty.a east a blemish upon her untar- but now settled in'St.Augtstinc, and the Rev. Ilen- regard to the public land, and if they accept it, tfrotl and' Ice (a the Sonth\rc savages, it seems, hate at last determined to Resist think ; draws it out of channels and leads it Into the

&e .I b not been permitted to her ry Brown of Virginia, but nt>w of Alligator presented then Kansas shall be admitted but as State if under that MOBILE, April 27.-Reports have. been received no longer, but to yield their destiny into the handsof daylight of the world's deeds! and thus J\berali2fV .
ordinance and Constitution ; they it
Dd representatives t secure any such dismission from their respective Prcabyteries Kansas shall remain a Territory till it shall reject have a, from Mississippi, Louisiana and from the northern the Government There is though, one fierce enlarges, and expands it. The newspaper press ox

"measure eqeality and justice in the application and were received into this.' Mr. Charles sufficient population to entitle it to on* representative part of Alabama, announcing inj-jry to crops by and earthly unconqueablc gain can St'duce spirit,from which the no home consideration of his fath of the within United States twelvemonth has publish than id..more the combined valuable matter -.

of the public means.. When the Federal Govern- Phillips a member of the church in' Ma'narina was under the apportionment.This frost and ice, and those reports have somewhat advanced ers. Sam Jones still holds out-the last of the Mo- of the world a published in the first five years of press the

Dent ynt&make a unlawful distribution o received under the care of the Presbytery as a can will put it in the power of the Kansas people pricea higans-reolxcd, come what may to die and bury present century. Linked to the electric telegraph

a somoufun&initeaif insisting this equall- didate for the gospel ministry. The sessions are it to reject the entire Constitution, if they please his bones in the land of his nativity. We hope the end facilitated in it#transmission by the vast system_
affords a very ingenious solution of the whole Departure of Inarez from Mexico. Government will allow him to remain and .
on condition itis mechanical
of in
of plunder-Virginia refused, and still per- held'daily, with divine service twice a day. We dlfiicnlty. The Southern men, so far as I learn, are railroads now operation great
st NEW You, April 28.-Inarez has fled from Mexico. of his good behavior, to spend the remainderof of speech, almost infinite in Its scope. its
refuses draw value from to hear of the death of the Rev. Mr. conWrit with it, for it does not to refuse organ
one were sorry propose his days the soil he loves so well. The few of
t upon and utter
1 Cing. lIe got on board the I. L. Stevens steamship resources, variety capacity, rapidity
.auel an applicatIon of, the publc ." And Quarterman of Palatka, announced beyond the Kansas admission, on account of slavery in her Constitution .at Mauzarilla, and embarked at Aspinwall for New days he baa to live will hardly be spent in thoughtsof ance. His not so much the product ts the promoter

her refus1 *before the world-the proudest regular routine of business which has been conducted submit revenge and bloodshed, especially when the en- and anthor genius and enterprise.
They the modified ordinance to the people Orleans. lIe will then proceed to Vera Cruz. tire remnant of his in shall have
earthly monument of public integty. Shall Virginia in the most harmonious manner. Nothing hai.u of Kansas instead a Convention because the left him for their new companions homes in the West arms We hopean .j To'give some idea of the magnitude of' tbe n...

S.uatore'azi& Repr proceed toetultlfand yet occurred worthy of notice." latter body would reopen th! whole subject market Report.. agent may be despatched to enter upon the negotiation paper press, it may be stated that the New York.

this act of'signal a eo There are many signs that the Kansas people will at and that he and his immediate Herald establishment publishes material every dty
nullify honesty by CHABLESTOX, April 26, 1 P. M.-Cotton.-Sales once,
which if thrown Into book form, would make.twenty -
the ordinance and come .i into the Union, instead -
Illinois Politic accept household be allowed to remain in in
t.urseofacUon diametrically opposed the to-day COO bale, extreme figure 13 cents. Holders may peace thousand octavo volumes five hundred
pre The Buchanan and Douglas,State Dem cratieConTer.tion of remaining a Territory for two or three the home of their choice.-Savannah Republican. of pageseach
'-dat thus established Whet the boon-&nd con- years. The interests ofFice State jtoliticiaas, and are indifferent in meeting the demand and asking or over seven millions of volume per annum.
-, educe of Virginia Democrat shall become thus met in Springfield, Illinois.on the 21 atultr land spcculatbrs, and offic e-seekert, are nil idehtl stringent'1ees.. e That great newspaper is little mere thai1five iweatj-
and Twenty eight counties THE REVIVAL.-Tlie Right Rev. Bishop Melli old and u steadily-increasing In,circula-
organized separately. fied with the admission of Kansas.It yean
blunted t a IDS of pcpie., they will easily persuade were represented in the former and resolutions may, however, be premature to state that the MO'BILE, April 24. 43ales of cotton 1200 bales.- i vaine, of Ohio, addressed one of the Union Meetings tion. Its advertisements alone-would] fill near three
such amea- 11J cents and market firm. I lately held in Cincinnati, as follows: millions of volume annnm. The 'agrfrrttematter
te l Oppat<1 t the JtratioD.- Committee had agree upon.the project Some time Middling llf @ Receipts per
strongly endorsing Brethren and Fritndt official duties have
'sure 1 utterly 1mpret b1e lG OurSenatorsn4'RipresenfMlvE.bve passed yes yet to be tdken fur consultation upon the subject 619 bales.Nkw .-' : My thrown off daily and weekly ia the united
Ninety seven- counties were represented .ia the latter with prevented me from being present at any of these States all rwd by''Jw1&
but one course to some of the leading Democraticffie'rnrbers.. warty oftditla"
purThbozior I OEUJASB Aprif. -.-rSalesof cotton .,JOO
.1 meetings until this morning. In experience In religious That ft ia d4Mtn-
the computation.
and .
resolGUoDa.wcre adopted endorsing absolutely beyond ,
-"saie. their State ,requires .that they '. boles at prices. : Mess revivals
unchanged Sugar quiet. matters includiag great of the the'AdmII'abU;
o in The Hon. U.ThU'dUtiBgnisbed .'ijaiidr: dad, paid for.and perused by ;
of the Stephen
HUnots'delegatkm Congress
shall Bot >nly oppose .-.aa illegrl distribution of aomonprop.vtiladsuaioneybu course Pork: $18. Strictly prime ]dard in Kegs 18| cents. present century I have, perhaps the advantage of that ft ia rapidly) increasing amount, Influence.
Buchanan Convention postponed making any nominations gentleman, at present a Senator the majority of this vast extending
great assemblage
l that fact -which polutwith ttgrnifictmt
they cf and
Coffee firm. Freight on tto.o'4 ive"rpool 15-32. power, are
; Junewhen another Con- from the State of Florida and Chairman, of the back as it does about fifty.five I must awFUie Uis
the 8th of
until / holds
a&niabo,la **y .te*t, aferUln from every ont years. prophecy td'tfie oflfce it authority
Naval Committee of that body, is now on a visit to New York April 24.-ales otc cpifoi io-day that the present revival is essentially different .
'' say wield the nlnd of th natiae..
b Administration i destined over
held. to
rie-arti. State1I78T Vtation gain-
apply t\i CM ,- oar Mr. Mallory U one of the most talented from 11 others that, I have
o t city. 1000 baits-, at i cent decliat. Middling"Uplands] witnessed in that time It U the bliss Stale, and iron its
.ht e' b pl Dd1 1 strength in thl State.. *' and industrious members of the Senate, and brines because in them a large amount of human machin nature greatest; power eseffdthto a greater or !
r .! .--- -. -:---: t to the investigation of all subjects those keen) analytical 121.cents.'a J eryas manifest while In. these"human very placee lie a-
to 1wt It Uiooae
When house is Infested by fit.*:which refuse to powers of mind, and varied acquirements In SAVAKXAU, April 24.-Sales of cotton today 116 seems to be entirely tgnored/and tSespirit! agency of God extent, 10 disinterested IzibjiCtiOli democratic diftutaff;Sits

.- it an ti Ui.- 'nibble at toasted cheese and the ususLbaSU-a; few's&fcps ..the'practical affairs of life for which he U so justly bales. The market U dull/but price are firm.I .aldne, it would appear is the moving. power. trvatlve, tieratizig and purifying power t&o. U woeMgorert.
I' cebrt t blessings
of the highly eented (41 vt rhodium potsred- celebrated. In politics Senator. MaTlftry an ardent I ;_ S *
I Nrw 0MA Sales of Cotton 5-
April 2 .
g ,\we. b't..J. .tithe bottomof a cage trap, will, almojl invariably ; !devoted Democrat and all hiseorta are directed r to-day *" *
bales. The market is dull and'unchanged/ "Do you know M>k Brown -"Year my dear U tkaveXfo" f h*
< TodesU before 1,000
'. attract full of the wUeWerou* to the.maintenance of,thow great principles TheTnowepaper press
'i.i ,. Is ha 'd deserves
not a **ndp miff f Y he b
; STftU : I '.t i&m Wo have ,kuown this to'Ue" tried with 'upon; 'wliic'h'not only depend 'thesuecees of_tbe Nrw Your; April1 26alca. of Cotton l.fOO very and< i' tt. ag? oa aa.-aicendlnz not f
a home
t flogging if
"I N n. >". mona'5i-* oce**, W ew& irafc batted i 1ritb"' Dfmoeratle'nlirly, but:theprosrwrity,of>the U iOD"1" : balea-Thy market irfiras;:under tbe frost accounts.' I, will it ta him ever 1 I"gallant wife you Ia'a cause it open to ah1h4tIelfkNw1adJetau
.r ,
-4e'i- EU
"e' oTte&Mes had f iM:t f attract:a atI14U Thdentorom-1orld. flY. ,
I all riotBer < iteaIL maybssrubfii I ;Tlonr : ti'gut. '
firm, sales JIOO'ami.. Wheat baa a 4e- .
..Ji. 1' Wi r 'st:*.h11"c1.hdI4U U uiljt.tO: ) ,6.b i : eJtci. .u1lJt,; htUt.tJw II O;- .Fh'iladeJpbiawhile\ ,.oj BTning'jnfltg! \ them. I cllaUf tendeTJcjJfio! >. f9oM'l ,n9l<:WbHe 731 py'Sc'aadal rub eat JIb dirt 'wb n it is itr.; tn4 ,jei-that i has k' *.Yeirlr

ly tAP ; :n*] .t1 eKurcd'cT. aoisomeieitor.-.r.. > 'l"Ir.ylt'tl/f. 73} cent, and Yelo! 75 a 7e e >nfs.', ;Saval dull.. I dry. and "raaI Tokne "f list it has

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J'rick U..M.tvMnriXWWir. vpfeatnan oIa4'th&t VoVtlc U aad"TV'J tau WE W STOKE- -'IE' W GOOL't 'TIIEW1m tr; ":". \ffiaryland -Stote Lotteries.R. .'A '.FO RTUN&
Kre4 speculation Aa) been nor or lees subscrrieet cHRolUotE&Difm o ,

t) scheme of lYavdaad ambition none, can MER ; FXAMCK &; ,Co. Managers, $ 1Q' .00.0'1'TO 30,OO;. 1jI&: V.

dll4lW.No party could exist a year without it.To .- NTV iLo1s TkTBLI1KI AT ATJOrtTA, OEO., 0? the Maryland 8ta'te Lott'entl preeent the following 11. "f p.

strike it down would instate Babel of infinite Splendid Schemes II. aiau 'f Ork3o.po? :C! W\t.
AiDDLLa5L* I!cT:1E

] order tongue and*action to paralyze in the social and coufpand and political'ill w<.lcc READY-MADE CLOTHING 1 LAEGE3T AVl AND) PKsTLAKQE8T BE.fLAJTOEbT Fo.h.V;; MAY, 1858. FOR .$ 1O. DOLLARS !I.V KOSS orn.I'o,.. d. t..'1). 'Y..' .WI'I,

We like to berate and underrate it but 4 a -
: f6f -
a111. f p AND Br$T V
C IJ do nothing without it. .. .. ANDGENTLEMENS' L\ROE5T.A1tH BT They eskutien purchasers of Tickets to beware of SWAN ii V r"
1" FUmSHING orc1el ing Tickets in. Lotteries where extraordinary & GO'S. Lotteries s; Ca
\re di like to praise Itoracknowege) its power. 80DDS; PAPER IN THE BTATE. p
__' bsbitnslly deny its influence, and as eonfiUntr I : ___- -a-- 'f -;;. .. PAPER IN THE STATIi.I'APEIt largo Capitals are.offered for a small COAt of Ticketsall AUTHOEIZED by the STATE of OEO 1 1frtHowing --.V. .. ..-"_..- .. V.. V .'...

? court its favor and its encouragement .It Juts THE SUBSCRIBERS tre ncTTopeuingrit 1 IN THE STATE. euehara swindles. UAvAIA ntx. of at.1t$ ..1 '
> PAPEK TilE STATE. 'v. ;
Jtde more I'qDtatioDllor public men. more ,{pc- Store next to Messrs. G. & J?.- Meyin-*I' I III EVEKY NUMBER Tie Maryland Lotteries have been iu cxisteqee for THE Scheme will be drawn by S. Swan '

tulffllD buwness and more profesaioiifll character J raw, a'well selected Stock .SPRING and! I IW EVERY Nl'MBER ForLyTears.: They. are drawn by a Stute Qffper Co, itaoageri of the Sparta Academy Lrtt lASP.EB. COU5'1T.H"JIY' ""..40iT +

fat individuals than! have ever been made otherift SUMMER .GOODS. suitable/or. ?. IN EVERY NUMBER nnd can be relied on. If you draw a Prize, you will .iy, in'eacfaof their Singl,umber Lotteries br A UTHORn7..M'JI_ ..j ;

by ability, energy and skill It is a great "*. U f >_*fTf./X Zk yf.Yl.O TT*%ro' WEAR- I IN EVKKY NfMBEJ: pet your money. 'The whole country flooded. with MAT, 1858 at Augusta, Georgia, io public, aDder ...;_: V V,' Vz "i4' &
fur lulilicutni] their main reliance ben-I WE GIVE TilE READER B<> jtw Lottery concerns. Beware of them. be superintendence of ComtPiMiODera ..
4 'o.:
f6cirT { CLASS LL AjIIif_
consisting in part of French and English Cloths, Cas- WE fIVE TilE READER C3JT Order fa the Maryland State Lotteries. ,
their only means of acquiring public notoriety. eiwt'res.Ilnd. ve tinge of the ktc t tyla and best WE GIVE TilE REAPER CUBS MM Drtwr Afirfl I -
qual. CLASS 14 V :
the ordnance department C'lities-tbe) ni>epd HAOXinCTMT SCHEME.OKAND
i is ity, which they are make order ina ..
prepared to '
tIP "
and magazine from which umall minds drnwtheir up THREE TO FIVE TIMESAs a To l b. Dawn in the City Augusta. Ga, in public la pub1i: aUbe n'O. coder ; Ja.f
and ammunition for.pulitical warfare.ItfuraiJi wcx-kman-hike and fashioi. ble! manner, and on REAoicJffLE I CONSOLIDATED LOTTERT, CLASS IntenJertes of Eo C. Bnlkty aDd 1p TW :
wrnpon::< .
; s tiicni} with nil their da\a, analyzes their.ubiKL. TERMS.- Also, a gwfl apartment of much reading matter as is contained in i, To be drawn in Balliccore City, May K, 15M. On Satvrd.J,. May gM 1868. Eqt I ;.I i'. i1 V

draws their conclusion?, an4. confers REABY-MADE CLOTHING, the ordinary'eek1PzIper, of tho South) _. :n6 Drawn BilloU out of 78.I -
upon ... .... CLASS Prte? Payable W1th at. DWa VIs
1 Grand Prize of. $10,000 jO PrIzes of. $900 .15j;
the distinction of oftteni jhl] uIJ'Jr..Iiil1. consisting of Fine Black and Colored Clotl Frock of .
them > I\ consisting 1 rrueof. Ifl.iXX) 619 . 100 .',_._ .,*._ ,
tritii its thonsand* of editors'still] aaibperRcnalitj-. Coals, Fancy.Calimt'rt", Business Coats, Black and INTERESTING STORIES AND TALES, 1 .. 5,000 .. ... 80 T. be Drawn in the Citj of Augusta, Qa, in pubis Bdffg ,.* 'a'i .Aof V V
The pre 5 eabi.; ,..e listen to it, not 111 the voice Colored Kaplan and Over Coats, Black and Fancy INTERESTING bTOKlES AND TALEd, 1 6,000 tt .. 70 ; &tw-Jay, Nay 1tA. IBGL : ..r.; : i.
of one but as the! impersonal6rran"of.njiiy. Jt iijpailed Doeskin and Caseimerc Pants, Figurtnl Grenadine INTERESTING STORIES AND TALES, J ." S,KiO 62 "" .. 60 1 Pri of..t.. t.Ji -5' V
.... .
by dwarf aad struts wrio ofleq.aTeqt| t tp and Fancy Silk and Caestmere Vests. INTERESTING. STORIES AND TALES, 5 10 1,800 1,000 7.19S 62 ..,.. 40 10 CLASS 1. .... ..........dSS:.: .11.O11'" <'i4I
MARKET REPORTS, ,. .. .. :. .... .. _.;; 4.; _
treat it with.disdain, to the infinite araunement' of 19' .... .. ,. 400 80,256 ..... 10 -. .
Its laborious conductors. -ALSO- MARKET MARKET REPORTS REPORTS;; aStSG Prize.amounting to.$601.000 To b* drawn in tke City August*.. Qa, i ia public 1" .. .. ..... ,... .. I. .

.u-- A good assortment of black and fancy silk cravats MARKET REPORTS. Tlcktes $10, halves t, Quarter $2X0, Eighth 11.!. On Srivrfay, May 22J. 1853.S 1" g.V .I. ..4.. ...;..-* VI

A certain roan went to ft Dervish and proposed and ties, shirts, merino s3k and cotton under shirta, LATEST NEWS AT HOME AND ABIiOAD Certificate 01 Package of 26 Wholes ... ... ... ... .$IM ,. .... ... ...1........, ,3G4-5.r1 '
questions: First." Why do they that collars, socks, gloves, &c. LATEST NEWS AT HOME ANI ABROAD do. do. 16 Halve*. 68 CLASS 17 I" .. ... 500J.SG. : .
three say LATEST NEWS AT ROME AND ABROAD do. do. 116 Quarters...... .. .. SI V
i;;<,d is omnipresent r I do not see llim in any The subscribers are new beginners and not entirely LATEST NEWS AT HOME AND ABROADtc. do. do. 26 Eighths. ... .. 13 To be drawn in the City of Augusta, Gt ia pubHe.S 6 ....V.. ISO '"..... 1.f6O .
pjjcefthow me where he in. Second-Why is a I unknown to the community and they pledge < ., &C-, &. -, -*- 100'l .:.: 'io.O>
man punished fur crimes, since whatever I.e does themselves to give satisfaction to all who may favor The WciKLV CHKOKICLE & S STIKEL devoted to POLItIC HAVANA PLAN. On Saturday May 29tA, 1837, 110 .. .. ... '80 ...., ,,,, 1. "t

proceeds from God? Man has will of God them with their patronage. NEW9. and MlsoI'1Ianl.DIslntlUigcnee.1s Wiled er- ON THE PLAN OFSIN&'LE NUMBERS. 1000" .. .. -I* ...: 4I.MQ' 4.
err Wednesday morning, contains LATEST NEWS received .
if be had be could do for its J. WEBER I : ''
and power everything by Mall and Telopraph to TWELVE O'CI-OCK TL" Approximation Prize :V '
up All the numbers in the wheel] and Prite PRJz1s
own gO d. Third-How can God punish Satan in L. DANNHEIMER.May I Div NIGHT, and is mailed to subscribers by the earliest trains put every V 5,485JTEAP.LT ; VS .. .
in another. -
>ell tire, since be is formed of that element? and 1. I 858. 18 from this city at put d t ffclZE TO EVERT NINE TICKBETSrMAGNIFICENT 4 Priaesof12tZO.OOO..i..1SO1'. : .
/M tl is J'lan K/iieh i.. the hi'fl"d mod 4GOto VIooQ.:1 $9 )* '.-
; what impression can fire make on itself I TWO DOLLARS A YEAR < oldf of - -- --- V

: The Dervish took np a large clod of earth and SCHEDULE OF TEAINSFLORIDA IN ADVANCE. Jhcidw, trtry Prize i* dsaten out. SCHEME I 8 40 to I.Q90 !; _. ., .t.k .-..

: ttruck him on the head with it The man went to j I WEEItI. 0 R AND CONSOLI D LTED.-xt ra Class 6, TO BE DRAWN KA7II SITVXCAT IN MA A Ii | 1i. 25 to 2\g ON TilE I TRI. Y PAPER.$400DAILY 2. 15 to 2,000 ...... .. -
the Cady and caid, j I . .. . 700i To be drawn in Baltimore, Md., Snttir Jay, MAT Tth,ISM Prize of. .$70,000 / 4 Priiea of. .t oo 20 10 to 1,000 .v.. .. ...."1:1 '4
"J proposed three questions to such a Dervish, RAIL ROAD. I 1" . 80,000 4" .. 800I" '. .f" ,,' '
who flung a clod of earth at roy heud, which made i 1 Letters should be addressed tDV. 0.660 Prizes 40.000 Tickets 1 II 1 . 10.000 4. : 700 -'n' VS-- -. .- .. ... .
3ltEl rne .o..t .. .____ .'
i Geo.
: nT head acliCThe j Avgiuia, MORE PRIZE THAN BLANKS. 1 ." 6,000 4 .. coo .

i Cady having sent for the Dervish asked of j C3T" Specimen copies sent free wLcu desired. 1.' . 4.000 ill" . coo Tickets $10jTtte J 1 _& J .''
: him: I II April 17, 1358. 16-lm EFLCXIUD PC1IEMI.HO 1" . 3.000 ca If . ZOO .4
f ., Vby did you throw that clod of earth at his LEAVES FERN AXD1N A DAILY, 1. IWO J| 100 UIS 8,000 Prise* of $16 will be deterdMd .. -
bend instead arfwering his question '" SUNDAYS EXCEPTED E \7S7- Z1)C'CTtOOJfPIUZJfI. ruzxa PAYABLE ix 7VLL.I .4" 1,000 j 230 100Approxiniation last f gure of tbe- number that drws daa iii," ..
( ,) Prize of.......$81,40)) 4 Approrimafn &....$200 "I V
i The Dervisli replied : I I & Summer Goods 1 ... . .. 5,000)l Fritts. prize. For"example: It the .t, merdraii4j1L'
"The clod of earth was an answer to his speech.He : ON arrival of Steamers from Charleston and Savannah Spring 1 .... .. .. .f C.006 f 16 .... 100 $30,000 prize ends with No. 1, then all \1. tI "
j MYS he 1-as a pain hi* head-let him show that: I Iif t connecting at Callahan with Stage for I 1 .. 1,000 l 4 Priib* of $400 nppro'tf. to $70,000 prize are I.COO where the No. ends in 1,'will be entitled to' r L
Trader's Hill and Crntrcvill" Ga. nt Baldwin WI HAVE E.CCEIVED CUE. STOCK OF 1 ..: :. .. S.OOO f 4 SOD" 2 ,OOO 1,200 .
; with I the No. No. 2 then all the ticket ..Jade'tbe
to r. and I will m ke GoJ visible] to him. And 1 to .. ... .. 2,000 16 .. .100 ends.with ,
if *rl>\. Joe 1-e exhibit a complaint! ngainet me *- Ii Stage f'r Tallahassee l ; lit TI ail P;iJe |with Stage \I, SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! 1 .'......:. 2.0TO 4 Of 200" 10,000" bOO No. ends in 2, will bo entitled to f irf, a .scd. .
t \Vhatevcr I did wa the act of God and I did not hi' for MidJlebarg ; sn .
'I Per Sampson, from New York : I 1 ... 1,260 6ooe" 40t)
i nausville Gaiiisville! 1 end 4 100. -
strike; without t1.( will of God. Whet do I iwft'J. Fldiniugtoa, i V $ .
power I 1 ... ... 1,?60 16 ..100 Of '.SOO 300 '* ..
I' 'C'H'H.1 And ho i ill a compound cf tl.c earth, how I i Ooala. I 1 .,.. .. .. 1,000 4 'f5" Certificates of Package*( .- V
cn be suffer fron that element ?" LEAVE Staike <*aiiy {Snn
11 rival 01 Stages aud connecting at Feruandina with i m HATS 4- CAPS, I 10 ." ... ..... .. Xf(>0 40 .. 40 5,000 prizes of 20 ere . . . .. 100,000 ) 10 Whole Tickets.........*3* ;.
I fI. 10 ... .. 250 40 .... 83 .
For tbe Care of "\Vhooplnsr lIi. Steamers for Savannah and Charleston, on Mnuday, BOOTS AND SHOES 100 .... ..' SOO') 400' ... 80 -- istheriaklOHaII. ;:.;.,::..:..:;: 1'" 9'
Tuesday. Wednesday and Fiidav. (,486 Prize amounting to. . .. :. .U O.OOO 1 Q *' t : .;. .
I 20,000 Prizes! of$3, determined Quarter; .
A correspondent of the New York Evening Post I Ifl1rl IIARD-WARE AND CROCKERY by the Capital Prize, being .4':, !MJt.t.- .
A. iI. COL Sun't. odd or even. WHOLK Ticxrrs $10 ; nuns $5 ; QOSJITSJ-J |S i. BanlrlTotesNif eoundBanbstakn. \i' '
-Vat-5 the fallowing receipt for the cfcre of the May 1, 1S5S. IBWanted SUMMER CLOTHING 1 Whole Tickets $10, Ilaiveii $5-Quartern |S.K> -:0:0- Checks on New'York remitted i flri_ i'r .

whooping cough: j Plantation Goods, Matting. Gl'oceriE.Iwbich we A Man. en' CsrtiBcatM of Packages IS Wholes, where FLAN OF TIlE LOTTERY. Address orders for tickets! or Certificates .Zhka- "
wish .. .. .
persons to pay the only will be sent for .. ..$96I .. .
Tne bert Icind of coffee prepared as for the tallc; I will sell on the most reasonable terms. I do. do. 16 Halves, do..4" The Numbers from 1 to C0,000 correspondingwith gea Tickets to III. V

ana give common drink to the child as warm as I! T>Y FOUR YOUNG GENTLEME&Boardvtbout J-: (;ire us a CA LL. ;:$ 16'Eightbs 13 Quarters ..... .. .. ... 84 12 those Numbers on the Tickets printed on separate Smallrrm") Draw erery WIc&U.SirV &sr1.
( ,I JL> lodg-u-, on either Clinton or Monroe HODGKISS, SCOTT dt 1'OOLE. I slips of paper are encircled with small tin tubes ANDERSON & SON, 'l-f V
drank and of alum for
be he {
a paiieiitno
can ; piece I I Streets, and with a private family, where there are April 15, 1855. 10tf'1. I f3g All orders for Tickets in the abovo..splendid and placed in one wheel. Maooo or Sayawi G. .*. .
as coon as it may 'is>h. Most children are find !, few or no boarders. Required-The privileges of being ._ __ Schemes will be faithfully and promptly filled! The first 457 prizes, similarly printed and oooircld May %0. ISG'l.2 .

of alum, and will get all) they need 'without being i a few moments late at breakfast, without incur- THE REASON WHY !IA are placed in another wheeL --. s

i urged ; but if hey disTTH if thy must be made to i! ring the risk of a blow-up; .of being; abcect a day, NOTICE. The wheels tri then revolved, and a number is =. $5OOOOCa1it.!
without exciting curiosity ; of editing light meal's, C-U'-EFUL. COLLECTION Off drawn from the v/heel cf Nucbers, and at the same 1-
ttnte out cightor ten ti'tics lathe course c.fa duy.. I j Pet' ? at t a distance who desire to put hale Tickets 3,000 Bales !
without being ( d.asatisfuciior.; bo- Prize i is drawn from theother .wheel. Tbe COttonJ..I..1
: cuspecU-d ; of not Some TTivutand of'Rti\-f. Thinar. vhifk.thtugh entr&ly time a OOO Leon
It will effectually bria up the won-t. caw of i i ig required to make ]loan to the ]landlady. taking A'fcrirn, are imperfectly Cnutratood. I. in the Maryland State Lotteries, will in future Number and Prize drawn out are opened and exhibited -'- V

whooj>inc congh in a very sliest time. To adult.-* j rrospective board .s becurity ; of wearing old: Loot, A BOOK Ot CONDENSED SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE yea THE direct. tl.fre letters to the Managero, P.. FRANCE A to the audience, and registered by Jhe ComrniaBioners mUE.UNDESIciNEIbnakes the folToiripepfaposlticns -, .

and children in the habit (Uking oofice, the rem j without being. remonstrated vitb ; of visitbg the MILUOSY THE AfTHOR or Inquire Within." I cb.i CO.= Baltimore ia the Maryland. Those who desire to pur- I ; the Prize Leiug placed c,7aiust the number .1. to h.'s friends and c1I'WDcta.Vji?: -
I j kitchen, xvi'.hout being si pecte l of einister designs --- .. I e Shelby College) Lottery of Kentucky drawn. This operation is repeated until all tbe Prizes : First-lIe will receive Cash in' pjmet for a3

e4y is good for nothing. !i, against the cook ; of being polite to \tQg I ladies, I H a handsome 12mo. volume of 356 pgCB printed .' will direct their l loiters to theiiauagers, K. FRANCE are drawn out.Approximation. I amounts due him on notes, bonds of pera -a.
AGO. r.ntFik:
:::-- ---- I without} fear rf ar .ion for breach of promise ; tf be I on fine paper, bound in cloth, irilt, arid embellished I' March, Ky. Prizes.-The two preceding and Set"ondly-In the absence ef Cash be will receivn

| in; absei.t wbtu fiicuJ:! with 6uapp. babies. dine, I with a large number 'f wood cuts illustrating ,, fi,188. 10-ly the two succeeding Numbers to those drawing the Cotton in payment; for all bonds, notes or .-jpea ioeount -

Sprrial U tirt5. \i ir (one gr od baby HJ t:>".fcruy!! ::1 oljectii.-, pi-c\idfcd i; the vsp'>':<< sn' ,cuts frejtfcd of Pi ::- ? i i. Sent tv I first 7 l'rizes7l1 bs entitled" the 28 Approximatiou at its highest market price. rI

j the mother woii't .ill it a buaulv .) of in>itg: generally !- i ary addifjs fiee o<" }rrs' ''ge.. I Prizes. Tor example : if Ticket No. 11250 Thirdly-In the absence of Cash aact. Cotton ...

I I agiveaLIe: and pet ft"'tiy al 1.:1111'. Beard paiJ I "it conlI:"5 a colle."ti.u ana tciutlrm of I 13S2 ftcts Kathans'KKL| | House, I draw: the J.70,000' Prize, those Tickets numbered I will receive to the amount of$5,000 Leon Com&f,

TEE GESAT ZKGCISH EEMEDY.6IE !| hourly in auvanie. if required. AJdicss box ,? I iu Sclfiit-e: avtil I'MIlosophy, sorre of on their $UINCY S lm. Ill 4 11249, 112)1. 1152,"will each be entitled to I, Bonds it their market value in paym.cnt of .BIs. .

JAMCS CLAElCEtJ CtLtBraTro FEMALE PILLSPrimared 1)04- office. I tnt tiisrovcrv, jrjz/lcd tl.e most learned and apt FLORIDA_ I $400. If Ticket No. 650 draws the *30,000 Prize, notes and accounts. '
t :Jay 1, lriS. IH-3 wHotioe : flchflll1r'ume iJe.i may be formed of its vast usefulness ,-.---V I those Tickets numbered 548 649, 551, :52.will each He would inform his friends and costpmert. .i ,
fruin a prescript c(Sir J. Clarke's, .3! !I i when we bform the r' ader that i it Las an under8iin d has again opened a HOUSE of be entitled to $300, and so cj according to the above his payments for the months of February and Msi

'LI., Phytlcian ErlraorJinary the Queen.Tbw ;| Ilidex of content requiring 40 columns of tvpe. | Entertainment in the building formeily known scheme. are very heavy and he feels confident ia r ,
!rjvoualiK' medicine is unfailing in tbe cure of all as tIe Carolnn Hmirf." and would be plca"<>d to tion of the
i PuU'shcd by DICK 4 rI1'GE1zALp, !j The .000 Prizes of $20, will determined by the great indulgence beioi'or..xtnI.they .
Ujo.* {niinfiil *ud dangerous diseases to which the female JG'TICE i is hereby given that a caveat baa bean j jemeie ::,1.18 Ant Street, New York. I see his friends at any hour. I. NATHANS. last figure of the Number that draw the 'ioOOO wilf ONE and JLLL cooio Jbrvard'. adthemselves .. $.

f, ooiuuuition u. ubjecL It moderates nil cices and rumo. i' at the Land: Office to prevent I' Also, for sale h_> all Booksellers in this place. j j Aprils. ISSrf 14Blacksmith I! Prize. For example,'if the 'Nrraber draw':ing the of the inducemeLta offered in*ts' ,&dTIt-t
the location
: all #!ruftion., and II speedy cure mRY be relied 1 of tiie ftJh"in;Military Land Warrants : j t Copies if the above book sent by mail, on receipt i I V *70,000 Prize ends w.tb Nc. 1, then all tile Tickets, tlseruent and pay at least an amount. seeut tD..'
TO HARRIED LADIES : No. 7.354 for 120 JU-H-E iVinfd to Join_ J). Hailev ; I end" in v.'iil be entitled I able him to meet his liabilities.: Sb uld
(.1 f 1 to any address, fief of postage. X and whcie the No. 1, to $20. If tLert bi
n U peculiarly suittIt "ill, In a eVort tim*. bnng on the : !;o. 15.092 fur 12'i ncrpi i 5i! ii d to William Perkins ; I Reliable Agent wanted to canvass for the Roa- I j I tbe No. ends with Fo 2. then all the Tickets where Il\ey ((1 hope rone) whose circumstance Trill ooi**

atnoUily rlod wIth; regnlarity.Enrh end No. 19.0&1? for bO HCTCSiued Io ilary Biiuke'] Hume Shoeing Extubihinent.rPHE ( in will be entitled and 'I ble them 1-
p sen \\ hand Inquire Within. Send cash orders | I the No. ends 2 to f 20, so on to comply. even.iB.part, bcp.e. they 'iirUV.eome .
Widow of Jueub Brinkel =si.! I ,
bottle price One Dollar,bar the GoTcmment clump I (r* fnts of Leon county I to the publishers.April i SUBSCRIBER bogs leave to inform the toC. : forwatd at once anjd.say t, dose opjt ttlieir o-

ef Great Britain to prcveait couttcrfeiU.CAUTION. i I"la,) uuJir the.Act. lunrch Sro', 1S55. Tue above i 17, 1858. 16-4t I JL citizens "Tallahassee! \ utiJiciuity that HENRY I CertifkateE of Packages will be sold at the follow. i counts and make the very*beet ammgements Jaflseir .
Warraitse lj
; : > and transferred to -, pur- I -- -- --- IIICKo will cairy on tin ..' rates, which is tbe risk : power for payment hereafter, that fce: may ka i ..
The e rills .h uj; not bo taken by female* daring tbe flrstUre ; cbas'd by Lucius M Folsom: and have been loi>t.- At Private Sale for I Certificates of Packagejjf 10 Whole Tickets. .$.SO'S I what to depend upon DAVID C.TflLSOy.Feb. ., V
1 Application TI ill lie made to the G.'mtiiisione: of .I County II P.LA CKSMITll BlSIJ.YESS
, months of J'rognircy,a they are sure to.brtng on MlI I I to 10 Half 40 I 13,
but at tnj' :er time they are .& !I Iearrlalt' 1Ials Pfll lious f"r duplicate Warrant in place of the oriT-- I is o J"DS. I in all its various branches, and i Ic prepared to executeall I"' 10 Quarter 20 188.'j 4 V
thereof. LUCIUS M.
In all ct '"of_Nervolii and AtToctioni.. FtLiu in the : FOLSOM, f orders with neatness. raid dispatch. Hill work 10 Eighth 10 I

Back and l.l:.J>s. Fatirjie c? dipiit exertion, rnljtiiat'.on of i Br C. U. BLOOD, AgmtMy I rE Ul1ll'rtito Till sell 'f) P.TCS LAND lulI l- :\ iI! be'warranted "<> be equal to that of any other I In ordering Tickets or Certificate., enclose the I NEW GOBJNEWGUOTJSJ

the Heart, H;.tf rirs, snd \Tb.jt:3, tljcse Pill wilt aCTect a !1, -1.1S33.- ; 18CwSheriff's I 1" j j jinir.g the corr tionof_ Tallahassee, on whiahthpfc I BLicksiuilh here or elsewhere, and will 1 guarantee I money to our address for the Tickets ordered on receipt : #

.ure when all clhrr meant barf failed,and although a powerful i 1-- is a :ew dwelling, out hoa e?, Stabls aId tT o : satisfaction ::ii every JOB. j I of which they will forwarded by first mail ; FOK'TH3 .. V
i .Fi
remedy, do not contain ircn.:cak'uel, at-Uuiouy, or any Sale, cisterns Cl'In pete.I HORSE SHOEING, Repairing and Ironing i Purchasers can have tickets ending: in any figure they

ding hurtful to tbe constitution. : .. ,I The FIRST MONDAY in JUNE Nat. A LSO18t i 0( )! ell YcS.lsr: plant.ation-worand all oth. i may designate. i FALL AND WINTER

Full direct ion i aeoorapfiny eacb paca.: Bale A,get for : I acres of Land half a rtilu from the abo7e,with V er branches app2rtjping! to'is business j The List of Drorn Nxsotr and l'ri:l'i1 be
t.*, United States a.n4} CanaT'i, JOf"MOSE3, virtue of R writ of lien facias issued from the vill: "
BY receive fjt arid
r after tbe
lot of 15 fine for car' > prompt atten- sent to purchasers immedwtdy drawing.
Principally County
(Late I. U. Baldwin .*. Co.) Roc -ter, K. V.V. I Office of Leon Circuit Court wherein negroes. : tier. P. E. BERRY, 57" Purchasers will please write their signature ,
B.-f 1,00 and 6 poctage itAOipa enclosed to any author- I William Budd is Plaintiff and Adin Powell is D.f Uod will! insure bottle 50 I'iUc I have levied upon and will fur sale ia
Agent a containing by return expoe -
I ? that Prize drawn and
snaiL front of i he Court-h'ousc door, in the City of Talla- I. Seville near Tallaha, April 17, 185S. IG-tf I I cVBemmber; without: every is r . r.
in full deduction.

For sale by Edward Barnard,Jr., Sole Wholesale asd Ee- !I I hats l10t. eJ Leon i in county, within hours on, fie first !i To the Ladies Ladies Dress Goods, &c. payable t All prizes of $1,000 and under, paid imme- I THE u2der.IgneJ is n pV.-,w receivin? hi.,''. T

tall Agent for Tallabaa. J. 8. M. Datldjon, Soe Ag"nt : day June next the! following] described propI I I T7RENCH Jaconet Robt-s, I dutely after tbe drawing-other prizes at the uiiul 1 FALL AK-J) WINTER OOO *** '
for Quincy. I i city, to-wit : n negro man unme John, about 69 or I j irns.I E. DAVIS returns her thanks to the 1? .. AquSlle. time or thirty day. wlioh wants neither in *
Quantity, Quality or Siyl,
February C, ISM. 6-ly i! 60 years old. Levied upon as the property of said .1 j J.TJL Toadies of Tallahassee and the surrocnding: Dap ere Robes, All communications strictly confidential

j, defendant, and to be sold to salisf\ said wnt according :', country for the very liberal patronage heretofore bc6tov7ed I'' O,.audie Lawns, Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to Embracing for the Ladles, .

If your Hair !. Bania, I to law. R. SAUNDERS, Sheriff. '! and begs leave to inform them lhat she has i I !miu and l'rnted: Bareges i i'I S. SW.CO.., Augusta Ga. Silk Robes a Quille Side Strip DeJ m EoiisjJ
UM Trot Wood's Hair fieetcratlVe.If May' 1, ISoS. 13-tds :I I now on hand a large and well selected assortment of 'j };llIbrfli red Swiss Muslins, i Persons Ala. .. Flounced .4 ChsOBe fit V V
'I C5f" residing near Montgomery, or
year Salr U Oray, --- -- !j J I FANCY GOQDS. for the spring. which aha will sell I Dotted Atlanta, Ga., can have their orders filled, and save Brocade Bayadi ere Stripes, ..,Plush.BartC*
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CM Prot Wood's Hair Ec toratl$ upon the most reasonable terms. I Ttrletos, Nainsook and M u'1 Mushns, I time, by addressing S. San A Co., at either of those Cauille .Bobes. .& .\'
If your Hair: It Tbln, : CITYJtOTEL.-; ; April 10, 1858. 15 1 1m I White nod Printed Briiant.e.tLtek cities.! China Striped Glace. PrlutedMe'aoc&s, .
Le Prut Wood' Hair E toratlTe.Jtyvi I "" Gro de Zurich. I I Satin Plaid Poult de Loirs, BeU .
Steinert I CdTickct:: sale E. M.
Morris : for ly WEST
ar. Bald j jt JOHN DEMILLY, f I Black Alpacas, Black Grenadine I I Al\ Wool Dclaic3jMANTLES ..
Use Pro "Wood's Hair :eloratlT I inform Grn hams, Calicoes, Lawns Ac. Ac. Tallahasiec, Flc.
respectfully the public: that heT PROFESSOR of MUSIC :
V roc lia've Xerrous ne4acbe, \TOULD: the CITY HOTEL (known the Just,received and for sale by I .11: A lit of tbe numbers that are drawn from : .S
Use FroC Wood' Hair Eoetor&tire, j jII BrovrS Hotel. will take .I HAS locateJ in Tallahassee, and willgive lessons i G. A J. MEG INNISS. the wheel with the amount of the Prize that each "7 ZTJRr o\TULU. Aitti arnjuEmbroideries V .
) and charge on the first of. I o.
I the citizens thereof and the I
; DbdrdlI vicinity upon entitled to will be after
Jia' drawing .
one published V
JOlt May next. His untiring exertions will be used to give i i March 27, 1853. 13-6t every 'V 5
Ute Pro Wood's Hair Restorative. I full satisfaction to all Trbo will patronize bim. Piano, Mclodeon. Guitar, J-lvte, Violin and ..iu.tLe following papers: Augusta (Geo) ConStitutiosaliist V i V ..
If roe have 24 1858. Vi LISCELLO.lIe New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register OYZTE1YIINn.VV :* .
ZmptionsCM Prut Wood' hair Eeetoratlro.Ifyt -April- 17 may be found at Mr. Deicilly'a. Piano tuned. Straw Goods &c. A.I Charleston Standard, Nashville Gazette, Atlanii In- Valenceae, Maltese add"Hobkon Ladsk *' *

desire Oloiy Hair.Cse I T. T. 1atci.Oculist D. Trias-$25 per quart r, payable: J in advance. telligencer New York Weekly Day Book, Savannah BONNETS BELTS. AND TRIHHINyLIBBO3& .
T ADIES and MISSES Bloomers, Morning News, Richmond New York Dispatch .
rr Wood's Hair Eestoratlre.If I
& : > EELB TO
Aurist & Surgeon -J Mens and Boys Trimmed Hats for Summer, j and Paulding (Mus ) Clarion. The nndei signed"would also thVaUe of th.
yom desire to prescrre the Color F. Errzs, Tallahassee, | Col. W. J. BxiLrr, Jeff-rson. Pafcma Hats Public generally l to his large and eomplatjtStoel of
Negro Nov. 14, 1657.
Ue Prof. Wood's Hair Xe ,.. 46-ly -
I oe detlre DOt to loose the Color, TREATS with success the" following Diseases and Madam STEINERT a native cf France,will give I Canada Straw Hats, --- Gents andTxoiths'Fall and W"mIU,'
'& : lessons *in French, for which a resonable charge will Wool Of Bonnet Ribbons GC1tand Youths Fall .and ater' :,. .
Use ProC Wood's Hair e.WraUv&fyo
Fringes -
INFLAMATION of the Eyes ; Granular Lids ; be made. I Just received and for sale hvO. IIATSOAPS.s V'e
want a Cheap Article Stoppage ofthe Tear Passage, (Watery Eyes ;) Pto- : AprillO, 1658. 15-lf I A"J. MEGINNISS. cfcso.; etop.. k. -BOOTS AND' SHOES. .' VV
UM Woods Hair B.etwatlvs.L .
? sis, (dropping of the Upper Eye-lid;) Iterygium ; I .. March 27 1858. 13- t RIBBONS, .. .PLANTATIONOO '
you admire UM Beautiful Lock Cross. cured in BONNET ".., II
Strabismus few seconds
( eyes,) a ; i aDd Florence Silks
Use Prof. Wood's Hair .&>e.ITyou CaUract, (a form of Blindness;) Talipes, (Club-foot ;) I B. A. FAHNESTOCK'SVERMIFUGE 1-1Hanckel & 'Lowell Silk Roaches and Artificial,Flowers Kerseys oevc./ u!ij, ._ gN 'ti 'JI V

admire the Beautiful ElngleU Hare.hp; Torticollis (Wry Neck ;) Tumors, (Wens;) Ccttou Fringe. Marseilles Braid, SalodaStnpco.Marlboroug JJmietS- ; 4tV' 14
Use Prof. Wood' Hair EeetoratlT Enlarged Tonsils; Deafue-s; Chronic discharge from FACTORS II Marseilles Buttons, St.ipes td Meb'&Dd W c\- '

If yon wish a Beautiful Complexion, the Ear; Aitificial Eyes inserted without pain pos i Ladie3 and Mibses.Parascls.ALSO Plaids' V .*V** lAseya'and J estiS d

Use Prof. Wood's Hair E sloratire, secfing all the movement andlappeafflncejwf atu- _. I -A .V D ., Heavy Cotton Osnaoargts, Virgini IflWOo1J '

If yot. wish a Faoe tree frcta Pimple ral Eye. Rooms at the City HoteL No charge for A sin AID suzx aaciDT roa General Commission Merchants '- ._: t 1 4-4)browfl and bleach- Wooing :. : :... # V

Use Fro Wood's Hslr Beitoratlre examination. wcIM. Ladles Pompadour S. S. Skirts ed dcmestica, SieeJ, fibfcJ 't1' )PP

If y oi wish to sjfcear TouEf' April 34. IB-[: 17 n CHILDREN AND ADULTS. INCLUDING, I CHARLESTON, SC. M Cruvilh .. Brown and bleached' Sbee- Complete asiorimjef*4)f
Use ProC. Wood' Hair BestoraUve.If ; c. ?. HA.XCKEL. E. w. NOWELL. n Lattice Whalebone Skirts tings Jlardwir. *;"'- -' Ts,ii1' V
yvv want testimony overwhelming, Family Groceries. : ...- Brass Skirt Hoops, V ARP.R-r.LN G -.. -:*''v".11
Bead the Circular cf Prof. Wood's Hair Eettorative.II RETAIL .4 ,
PEICE 25 CIS.rBETAKEO PT11EY.wihl sell every description of Produce or i iJL Steel.
fOR want to find it, McNAUGHT, ORMOXD, & CO., ,AM SOLO BY TEX tots prOpHtfOTt, .Mert> The Depot U at 114 Market et,'5L Louis, II Regs and dixie MatLi- -'a.i-? "
receiving from vessels in small and B. A. F AIL ESTOCK & Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.: con-igtiments.! Just received and for sale bJ "
It Is also told by every popular Druggist in the .city ARE port AHB f PUUadelphlA, f a., April 11, 1853. 15-ly G.& J.MEGll\NI8S. oftbeabove mentioned arUelet:1Df ar t.
ted country. : supply! of GROCERIES] including B. A. AUNESTOCK ,IICLL t Co.,New-York City March upon as good terms as can be bontftut : S -
February a.lS5& c.-! Coffee, Sugar, Lard Xc., Pale Brandy and Wines. 27. 1858. 18-Ct io the Cit. >. *-O'-rA .-
r !WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS 51 CLIFF ST. United States Mail Fia S "
Also Oils, Paints, &c. ; 'DC.: 'wII
a A.Aoi\r Rtfidittttrvf Tort City Ttttifltt to tht good I Buy of respectable dialers only! I ,..
-ALSOA -- OctT : "i'"
State its'
J&tctt ofriL M'LASrS LIVER PILLS DEPARTMENT ) Maryland Lotteries. U W' V'V
Examine' the!Initials of the name to be sore 700 get the V' 'C 1' .t-t.
large complete stock cf Ladies, Gentlemen'sand March 80 1868. J f V V V _
PEEPAHED BV FLEMING BHOg.Krw Only Gtnuini B. A. FAnUTOor'JVUM1VGE11 B. FRANCE & CO. Sanagcrs.C .
Children's Shoes. Boots and Bootees. Also ,
& eekt :ROP03AIA for carrying tbe mails of the Uni-
YOKE, Aoguat 80, 1852. stock of Dry Goods, comprising in part Lady'sDress 1 fed States from 1st July 1S58, to 30th June, F '" .- -
fT This' It to certify that I bare haa the Liver Complaintfor Goods, Prints, Linens and AMES & LIVELY, A U TIoiT'if OT.IOE.flERSONS : i f.UNDERSIGNED "*?
plain drilled 1829, inclusive, on the following routes in die State THE txg s.VJ.a'LS iai* .
S yean, daring which time I have tried almost all known Bleached and Brown Dtnicstics. Osnuburgs; Yarns 8 61 a Agents fur Tallahassee. Florida] and I in the time herein specified, will be livirsjrt a drstaJa6et&6Jldbe'extremeJL ? JL citiseo of Tallahassee aa4 in4jtbt -PSI-

remedies bet to no purpose. Hearing of Dr.M'Lane's Liver .c.&c. 1 LSO April 10, 1858., 15-ly received at the Contract Office of this Department: ly eant'ous! Trhoci tbej"order Lottery Ticketsor poses to open a Seleftt

Fins I concluded to try a box. I did so, and am now alSiostrtred. A small but good assortment of Hats,Caps, Clothing until 3, p. m., of 21st May next, to be decided on the I Certifiartes of Packages cf Tickets. The country instruction of youth. Havbg .ela.k.1JiSW- V

I think one box more win effect a permanent Shirts, Collars, Neck Tics Ac, te. ; together S2 Just Received a following day ; I is ooded with bogus and swindling Lotteries. Every rience in teaching in this,eity, I bop-Lyi 11 "_ '

car*. i cei> cteerfgJQy recommend these Pffis to an who with a general assortment of all other article usually Per Francis Secor "from yew York. C832 from Jacksonville t. Baldwin 22 miles and inducement is LeU out to get persons to invest aDd unrenaitted energy, to merit a h&". d
inay infer from'Over complaint. I hare also known them wanted back, six times s. week. . money in them. Capital Prizes of from (ZOOOO to patronage. The greatest*oar will ':J

ued with, the most happy result in cues of sick-headache I rr p* BOXES English Dairy Cheese Leave Jacksonville daily. except Sunday, at 840,000'bead,; 'lleir schemes-with 'tickets at $1.- those committed. my cbSrja, -BbtS -s' V 1.

or dyspepsia! .. .. .{lSrB.: SWIFT,No. 118 Attorney I: ,- --SUCH AS- It) Smoked Herrings, 6 a. in.; ?:100OGO Capital Prizes are offered tickets ?5. All progress and morris. .*. ". ''*!#*'** -

CT PnrehaseW will e CAJfenfl to ask lor DE. M'LANE'SCELfeBBATED Iron, Hoes, Spades, Shovel, Flows, Straw Cutter, 10 Kegs Goeben Butter Arrive at Baldwin by 11 a. m.; such in every instance,a re frauds ; and if money is As complete add tboroogb nn'irrTnrjttKi-"

TEEl 'GE.ji 'rafaetiired by Fuxrxo Corn SbeU(rlJ, Shelf Hardware, Crockery, and C Bbls. Dried Apples, Leave Baldwin daily, except Sunday at 12 cent to them for tickets, it ia so much thrown away givetf ai ean-b .obui ed al any' etbr htillar j. V

BLGt1UsPsuAd.AflotherYetfuges compari- Furniture. Also-Flour, Pork, Bacon,Si- 1 Bbl. Beans. in.or on arrival of railroad train from. Fer- without the shadow of a chance of getting a prize.- the State, aad'as soon as th patroocga 'viIt'gnt

soa are worthless. Dr. M"Lan genuine.Termlrage, also gar, Molasses, Lard, Corn, Salt and For sale by U.H. BERRY. nandina ; Beware of all Lotteries where tbe Capital Prize is able and competent assistants win w. rtJ-

Bis celebrated Liver.Pm.can BOW b had tf respectable Liquors, always on hand, and replenished April 17. 1858. 1$ Arrive at Jacksonville in 5 bourt-say by 8 unusually large in comparison to the price .tickets.. connection with the SCHOOL laWfcf r'..s?1t.

4rar 1f gwlt vt&evt ikettfna'hn ofT by each arrival from .. p. m. In: every instance where large prizes are offered for a V BOOXKEpIG-4

] -0FLElING RO6. New Orleans, to meet PIANOS fljjgiBB REOEIVD.rtBn 6888 From Baldwin, by Baiber'a, Newburgh. Alligator email cost of tickets, put it down as a esrtain-fraud. will t V
the wants of theirCUSTOMERS. Little River, Helena, Spring GroTe.Cul.IInbU8,14d1.IOI Tire Kentucky St ite.cry.tor the'benefit of the commenced end tbose pupila V
Ford Shelby College under ocr management ft the bracing a commercial life, will i* .
Sapdy and Mon.
) only
HOGUE & AJIAKER SUBSCRIBERS have just"rweeivsd, dlreet Lottery in the Unrted States enter upon the do ties oTtW Coo
AXB roa BALK Atsxa raicxt.Newport Uecllo, to Walker's Mill, .146 miles and ia legally de"l- .
JL from the moat reli abe bonssa in the United Classic aod Higher rzicbes.o f asL: .
24 668. 17 [ V back six times week. ded by the Maryland Drawings all other Lotterieswbkfo .
April a .v. .1... n.. .
I ATTOfiNEYS & COUNSELLORS States, fife" pufpxrft to be decided 'erzn ofiye. t"'D .
v.PIANOS Leave Baldwin daily,except Sunday, at 12 by the Maryland Drawings e! .
I : 'IV Pure' Zinc White m, or on arrival of railroad train .rom Fer-. ,,ate frauds. v ., Pnoiary Tbe : paituset.51 l .... 55, ..l.J.i$ Of
tbs &
of various styles and l, prices. Persons wishing to naodina;; V THE MARYLAND 8T.T1 LOTTERIES. ex 5CQ& wL. ,. _l-t.L V V
formed tbe of KONDA '
:HAVE: eo-partasnbip'ia practice themselves will call .,'. Arrive at Walter's Hill in. 88 bom 7 1
please :
I ,.o4 viU cttCDtl to any profeastooal busi- (GROUND in'prepared LINSEED OIL.) supply say by Purchase in the Maryland Stftte-Lotteies then DIJ ecl w '
.fiLES NASH It 00. S hour to the
ju nx (allowing flBe
'MIl strti.&to their t" ': V sure of belog rjgfat. And in ordering ia UM 1icatJOD to the w'bscriber..t'
OrL have just received a fresh supply of this new .813'tI' : ore ftMdIDCI' .
.., Jan. 80. ] mails at Alligator ;) .
IX P.HOGVE vVv.V.i AMiKKE.It WE -S Lotteries you are sure of fair, jxnd honest fto01 PoL 1L B. ",
',# v PEBBY. beautiful jWbite direct from the manufsatczandofferit Leave Walker's MjU duly except SujjdaV at drawings. ., : "

:_ 1bt.n t to die public wltb most, perfect Hotice V i p. m, or'on arrival of railroad rain fjxmTalkbassee One thing look to and that is1 if a 11. t. 1f1tHe. s
confidence, as possessing'all the qoalitiea which render order you order from 1 1 : .
\ TN' pnrsoaDC of an of the Chancery Court, b ) any licensed,reader io Baltimore do ootreeerre : _
JTotica. a paint mod dtriralle, ,vie: Its incomparable I the ease of Dorothy Burt dorft' TS. Laura Burg- Arrive at Baldwin In 4ft boon-e y by 12 m, but Mauagen'TiekeU and any, ; .

-ClXjaonll*after da. I aball pnaeot. nj aalHeoorabls brilliauej of d4izi' from poitoiumt, gyalititt dorff, et. aL undersigned, Special Ifaster ,will (allowing nine hours' met at Alligator.) eaU ot Package .Tt*Managers Managers? OertiiJoates Printed.Certifi-bare- &- ... _Ii. '. .'- 1t. : -
J -nfter 1Wtfip'tht health of tbe workmen, or eHtotb before forms of and ..,,' V ;
accoont cod roodjew to the Jojge of highest bidder the Courthouse For proposal, guaranty certificate tbct DlU'ObeBpl'nt and bare the lithographed C1X'w k& after1i(

rTobIt., for JeO1O*"1IM .ai' mdn&jlttrttor ex .inmates newly'pointed) .apartment:,-to:durability door in MSnticello on Monday the 17tb day of May 'also instructions and requirements to be embraced in nature of E.'nuwe tt Co. V siff-. ou a -_ VV V

._. ".a.w.GfJf.thCI.1..6e11Qm doeeased .irj CUe most exposed sjruations, atidts., W *t.IlUI'f1"i -: next, tbe following slaves to-wit : A 'woman' named the contracts see the advertIsement. January 12, No one has a right to entt hit iodiYidnaVeertlficaU WI'

-_Sot. .M F' .eaict L4aItttUn. only to Wlid Ltact w all the rarunii use* to Watch Dinah, about 16 3ean'ofge-
.. te ? .'WI4itd l&'Jat8 6 d : the. latter IMW br'ttofor ,WenM applied) 'or fliU by, .Charles, iabttb"IIIUI1 and George;WasbJaytcn.. office AABOS" V BROW2f. bottoa of.if. E.'FRlKOff A CO; .' a _.

''i'' j.i.. .'l'r... \l., .,.....----f-."_.J., I -4 -1tMES&' LIVELY. I' V:.-,TOHNJl."RlfibHERT,fSpe T Xnlir.. V t V 5Fo. .tm st .. 1"* 'II- ; :" .. r A1uzi&os; U : April 17.< 1U8. ''l -td 10, 'u.n. Uh'r. isb. O, 1H8. -'.--. 'Il pi H.:1 a: -. 4U'J.'WN.'R"PJf

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90.t$ tfIJ.mi SATURDAY, V Liill. Hi.i LI T B'':TOter idJ..1Oi! that' 'TALLAHASSEE, -PLOBI0A, ,,'. !' ., --ti.J.
tebS of Tallahassee and vmdnity.:
.. opened a carriage shop in this place joining A : _

1&ffl ItotUW,p, r ftaoam,'te ad r'A On ,the TaTlftharsea sad Peasacola & Croo.EAILKOAB. _THE. his ft Brokaw's Llirerj .Stables, IRON WARK, WnoLHSAts AND JAPAJfI.D. RETAIL P.rfflraery, i i i QrZeiii 1Mt& 1..e'
.pcblic, that be baa the building formerly occupied by J. L. Qroner, aFktLsn* ; .WlD b'or1i.
t .TEEMS.OF'ATfiT E&fiSDTQ.6M ._- .'e lON large Brick Stables, at:the old hail prepared to do all kind ia bit ? van&het.1'aUT 'Mllltdi t bWeo
.iW IS tofc,-lets,firtt insertion. tl 00 and after Monday the 22nd day ofFebrnary, prepared to accommodate his at the shortest notice and on the most Stove ncad-Q ort r? -and Glass Ware, PatnUfedIefaf "
each sobseqoent. '' 00Pro&Mkwulaad the freight and psseenger'Train on these Roads He also has attached to )his REASONABLE TERMS, A SPLENDID assortaeot Costyiog., Parlor Fine SOApS,Piac Tooth ;Pur .Wmes and Brmd&

gatae Ckr3sTnserted at$1 0 p.rnoj will be run daily as follows, (Sundays excepted: smith Shop.where be will have X3L: and Wood Stoves,trimmed triih Deatatw' nd Hafr Brushes, for K d IcnuT,pirpoug..,
Plantation work, Horse shoeing, as carriage painting and trimming; making new Paint Brushes, FaoeyArttelec, '
Setvtfit Tallahnuet and St. Yarb' and durability,at reduced prices. ,
J \ marked -with the number of ; : the very best manner atd with buggies and wagons, and all kinds of repairing. Hav Work. Garden Seeds KM Havana.Began ,
Leare Tallahassee..v.. .. A.M. Out Door
Nrb*$ 1rill eootinned, until forbid, and charged. J. 11 pateh. procured a first rate They have recently received a Lary and JV.sAypy
.. .A (except the ISth and 29th of each month, when the November, 1853. Painter and Trimmer, Roofing,Ornamental Front Hetl1s,Guttering.Cp-- ; of every variety of .' D 1iaD.l'
6'1..oerttl Trains will leave at 9, unless those days shall fall Carriage and Tin Conducting Pipes Sheet Lead, Sheet *. Planters sod skats' *
f publication of legal or estate per Pbyticiaw wflf fed
.tides will be given until the advertising fee is upon Monday\Vedoesday or Friday as per Schedule Carriages, Buggies, New York the undersigned U prepared to do Zinc Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern nmpl. Shop work at this establishment a full snppfy oh Terrtiinr J
I pot for P. & O. R. R, in which case the hour of departure ForSale: by P. B. kind of work as well and in the latest style, as it of every variety done at short notice. ded. and on e.roost,blcnltmti -- -S aW.
l JI& will be usual at 11. t be done at the North.
as )
) Merchants Or, from the Cotnf
p __ r-r' ,/T"HE Suba r this kind of work to do-, find City nnd Country erl ry promplj ffifcl andWtfcfiw
I Arrive at St. Marks. .. ...12.15 P.M. All those who have tion with both
BLACKSMITHING! Leave St. Marks. . . .. 3.30 P. M. JL very large I ;.h it done iu a manner that will not fail to give Are respectfully invited to give me a call befote purchasing I guaranteed, Regard prices and quail
: .. 'L7-; WBuggtes, and do well call elsewhere. t: Physician's prescription trefoil__ eompowtfi4f.t
. Arrive at Tallahassee... 4.45 P. M. t"n! wcrld on .
I o And on Sundays when necessary to connect with for sale on the most reasonable WM. KUHFS.: jgy N.B. All articles manufactued from the very I. J Also 5.Eppmg's 18518s compound FluidJan ktrac.1 ..

""VTOTICE is hereby given that the line of Mail Steamers plying between New Orleans Novemberl8,185i. May 2, '57 _18 best material and warranted durable. Ko other arti

:J l the BLACISMITIIIXC 13v8ws !-< Key West and Havana which arrive at, and MILES NASH Piano Fortes. lewill be offered for sale. Cod Liver Oil. -
from St. Marks the 15th and 29th of each October 20,1855. 41
wjll be continued as hereto- depart on
? 4 PURE of the ee1ebrat.dru&"
fere at the OL ) BTAXD of D. C. Wiisox, in the month. Dealers in Drugs, YfmWE are prepared to furnish Pinno t'Rfl 1il aC1th&Co&Rugtoa'i. H

name, ttjU and firm of On Penaacola & Georgia Rail Road a Tri-weekly JUST received from n ew York Fortes, of the very best quality, Wines, Syrups, &c. For sale IT AMES & :.
train will be run on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays general assortment of the most liberal terms. Cider t.
a Otard Brandy, bparkbn April 5, &!. 14
E. B. Fitts & Co. : such as Oils of almost every They are second to none in any country either as OLD Port, Old Port Joke, I

Grateful for the patronage heretofure extended them, Leve Tallahassee ... .. .. .. 7 A.M. White Lead, Zinc and other quality or price. .* :Madeira, x Brandy Cherries, S Ii otice.SIX
they are bofr better prepared. aud determined to Arrive at Station No. 3 (Walker's Mill,). 8.50 A. M. best quality Putty Brushes, Every Instrument! be warranted. Sherry, Sardines, .
SPARE KO PAINS Leave StationNo.3..9 A. M.&rriveatTallabaseee..l0.40A.M.. Gelatine,London Mustard, ( ) MILES NASH & CO. Sparkling Gelatine, 1 reserved Quinces, Months frtm the first publication a/ & a*.
for medicinal purposes, Spices, Ji'cbruary23.1856. 8 Flavoring Extraets.II Pears ., the undersigned a dministrator *f the Jav
.n their part to nccoramodEte all who may favor Inks,Quinine, Peruvian Bark Yeast Powders, Tamarind! tat. of Robert Starges, deceased, late of Leva eoas .
A HACK leaves St. Marks arrival of the Train
them with their tc., tc. and Havana ty, will preseot his final account and vouchers
patronage general Mill
78,000 Segars Spanish Olives, Spices, .
for Newport and returns in time to connect with the administrator and ask for .
Medicines. We keep none Piekles a discharge. .
AS Corn Starch ,
SUCH I up Train to TaUabn! e". F the following favorite brands, now in Store
to merit 6il Adnft. .
hope your patronage. "Worcestershire !3auee Salad
Hone Shitting: Ironing and Repairing I Fare from Talkhassee to St. Marks. .. .|1C, 1 O and i'orsaleby AMES & LIVELY. I Mustard Jan. 9. 1888. 2-flm *
English Capers, ,
Carriages and Bug ((7 I ". ': to9e.ti No. 1, Pen.& March 29, 1856 I 4000 Young America,
.. .. . .. Ho Claret Cocoa.
Geo.K. R.. .. -. CO SCOO Napier, I Notice.
\" j) .gies, Plantation irark of ij Fare from Tallahassee to Station X 0.2,PCll.& WAKULLA IIt !I INw 6000 El Mundae Neva Londres AMES LIVELY. i
erery description, i Geo. R. R.. .. . .. .. .. 874 8000 Empress Eugenia, I' January 6, 1856.Livervand. I SIX Months ef the after Estate date,of the John ondcrsignsd adminis

Mill Irons and repairing saxs, IroningYa- I Fare from Tallahasseo to Station No. 3, (Wal : I II I 5090 La Isletas, late of Gadsden will Ingram.his finallCGOtU1'I d eeete4.'

gons and Ctr.'s, i ker's Mill). .. .. .. .. . 1,00 i This Establishment- i is 'Now I 4000 Old Figaro, .: Sale Stable. I to the Judge of Probate county of said present oonntr and Ilk W

and iu fAn rery oUiei diMiiption of w.rk mil I If i f I j jIrott ... 2000 Mon Murn9, THE undersigned gives uo be discharged.! LEWIS D.JONES: AdmtV.
and Steel all of which we WA.SA>T, and pledge i Freights charged on Fcnsacola d Oeorjia Railroad., I 10000 Favourits:, that he has purchased : In right: 01 bit Wi/e
1S5, to be paid 01 delivery of (,'. the death of Mr. Pond 5000 Andesdes Rivaa. _
ear**!?** to execute at the sbortt ::tice. ; g SINCE 1 tbe Livery Stable of, NOT. 7, U6't. 45-6m
11. B. FITTS 4 CO. I, FROJI ST.: MARKS TO STATION1] I, ; 2, 'J3: : : charge; all I 10000 La Fontica, 'I William H. Xewsom,in Tallahassee together with the I

7.b.2'1, I6B. 8-ly :; Cotton per bale.. .. .. .. .. .. ."75 ,67* U'O' relative to work tc.,.bhould be : I I 7000 El De Orion good will of the establishment and that he is now : .
__ __ I II Tobacco in Boxes per 101)) Ibs . ./125 |25 25* II All work coming under the he I 12000 Regalia Lon res. prepared to carry on the beainess in all its )lirambe, Insolvent Estate Notice.
Com and other grain in sacks per Lush!1,0 j i,10 10 j will be promptly, mechanically I I 2000 Eleccion. and promices the public with good accommodations ALL persons having claims against the estateif

1 Salt per sack . .. . ._ 'J40 ', j 40 at as moderate a charge as pi Oct. I', 185'1. 42 II in his line on reasonable (ernie. I M. Williams. late of Leo county aV
__ __ __ __
- I Hay in Bales per 100 lb#. .. .. 25 J25 : 25 justify. I u RICHARD SAWDERS.Sep. ceased are hereby notified to appear and a.:the
Lime Cement, SI.teIJr.bter Guano | | This Establishment is not DENTISTRY.DR. : 6,1856 StJ same with the Judge of Probate of Leon coacty OB

: Ii I in packages per 100 lu!. . :25 25! 1 C5 of making money, (strange to f ) I J. CUR LEE I - -- -_. ----- or before the fift *day of July 1858.for pavmeot pro,
i Bar Iron per 100 lbs..5!; ',25 ,j 25 expuience has dcmoustr.itetl to :. In the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit of rata, the executor of said estate having filed a written

't All ether gcoJs per ICO Ibs .. .|30 :-SO i j I SO in this region at this branch of I '1 \TILL continue. in future the practice Florida. suggestion ef its insolvency.
benefit oi the unfortunate, -.vho i of DENTISTRY, in Surth I II D. W. OWYNN.
From 1'.ALLAll.JSSBEtvSTl110.'lJ I / : gines, and such like, to repair. I Geoigia, and Middle and East FloridaHe / ; Enoch II. ForbES,and Us wife Su-) Judge of Probate.
Cutton per .!, I has had several years practical experience in the i san Catharine Forbes, Jan. 2 1658 l-
II I Tobacco in Boxes per 100 Ibe. .. ..11f 12'l2j.l2i' Titt J'af1cr7lS1Ck, '[/ I profession, the last three of which has been :in those t''. m
I Corn and other gram in tacks per LU Ld... 5 | 5 I 5 LcT'je in OrJcf and ; i sections country. His work U of tbe mrut beautiful i iI William C.Saunders, Executor and l I

Salt per sack. .. .. .. .. .. .. .|.25 ':25 J25Hay Jobi cnn If 1'/f1I'd and durable character and satisfaction is E.uaran- I Esther B. Rose, Executrix,of the In Leon county Notice.
in Bales per 100 Ibs. .. .. 125.124.] 12: "ecj"i* l'td ) I teed in every instance. last Will and Testament of Jo- la Chan I SIX Months after date. I shall as executrix of thaI

Lime, Cement, Slate Ph.ster. and Gu-i! j I Shafting Pullie, Plumber I All communications sent to ilonticello. Fi:., will : eeph Miller deceased William cery. I Benjamin Johnson late of Jefferson

auo in packages per 100 Ibs .'12 124il2i Matting Spur Gearing, "{: : receive attention as BOOB as previous engagements .. Saunders, James Miller, Joseph I '! county Florida, decea@ed. render my final accounts;

Ames & Livelv, j Bar Iion per 100 Ibs . . .|12412fl2; : Stop C.eks, Oau!e Cocks, Grate will pe ruit. !I Miller, Daniel McCaney! |. and apply to the Honorable Thomas J.Ch et'.Judjf*
just received the fu1"o"! Targe:nd well i, All othar goods per 100 Ibs. . .;,15 !J16 ;15 I Srgar Rollcio, Circular and t }' : -.--- : Thomas Clark,and hf!, wife, of Probate of the Court of Probate of said t"oU:1tl"

HAVE assoitoeut of BRUSHES nF' which are i EDWARD HOUSTOUN, : Gust Mill Gearing, Circular nnd RiIL'flECEs: : tint C. Clark and JoIn, : !MarJ J fora discharge from further administration oftbe saiL
be afforded &:., A-O., Generally kept on Hr.nt] ; the satisfaction cf'ii2 Court affidavit estate. SARAH A. JOHNSON.
offered for sale on as reasonable terms us can Pre Superintendent.. Oov. M. S. PHRRY Florida. I appearing to by
viz ( Notice. In Fact, Here i is the i 3T made and filed in this that Wm. Montieello, Nov. 1, IS7. 46-6m
i in any Southern Uaiket, : February 13,1853. 7-Sro 'I IIos. J. L. SKWA.KD ) cacse, ,
from 0 to 000000 Work in this Line Done up ]Ri! : TLomasTille G a. I C. Saundeis, James Miller, Miller Daniel
Paint Brushes, ground Ho.v. P. E. LOVE, Joseph ,
------- ---- J 'I
do do do Coppei bound from No. \ to 6, I some l-altn dozen I Ho.v. W. DILWORTII, ) I McCaulcy, and John Miller. Defendants, in the Bill Notice.
of all and sires, jEW COOS lv runniiig, C11.U:3P.tI! the : v iioctioftllo, VI la.! : filed in the above stated reside leyonrl: the
White Wash Brushes giades I it T'.KV. W E. hAMILTON, J JHof. cause, jurisdiction 1; O IX Months after date. we the undersgn ad-
Window da Hoie do ; tLe same cause must keep up. J. C. JIcGiiEE, ) t of this Court and bovond the limits of the j O mbietrators of tIle Estate of John Stoitli ci
"i : *-
Shoe do in pairs and wtL: trIP inoU JOHN PRATO IOUS, always rely on having work I CSL.'R C.POrE \ liad'son' f a. : State Florida: but within the United Slates: It is t ceased late of Gadsden count. will present our final

8ea Boot Bath Brushes, : WAKULLA GEX. M. Wait SMITH Alligator: Fla. : therefore ordered that said Defendants William C. accounts and vouchers to the Hon.Judge ot Probate,
do do Velvet do j MERCHANT TAILOR, Saunders James Miller, Joseph Miller, Daniel Mc.
April 25, 57. 17- I of said county and ask to be discharzed.
Horse Hair Flesh do curved and plniu, i Dealer In Ready Made Clothing andGentlemen's fiul Here Comes the. \exl ---- -------- I Cauley, and John Miller appear and answer said THOMAS R.SMITH ) .
Tooth Hair and Nail Brushes, i ia great vsrittr, ; GREAT SALE'OF I Bill, on or before the first Monday m May next 1858, JOHN SMITH. J Aim'"'

Infant's do do I Furnishing. Gocds. PAY PAY !!! I otherwise tke Complainants' Bill shall be taken as Quincy, Nov. 21, 1857. 4'l6mNotice.
Horse do Fleth Gloves, ---.o4I School & Seminary Lands. confessed against them. Provided, That a copy of
You .iH send to New Yoik, ;
Stencil Brushes. I now receii-ing 2'li/Z and \Vinicr this order be in printed in
Wire bound I am my sup published a newspaper
timore aud have work done
is hereby given, that in pursuance of .
do Tallahassee, Florida week for four months
Handle Scrub do' i Every Color Style and Quality I no Banks or Banking; facilities SEMLVA R Y LANDS, I Ordered at Chambers, this 29th day of December, and vouchers, to the lion Judtre of Probate
want 1, 2, 3.4 aid e vA
:Poonah and Lackering do years : D ALSO ALL THE- A. D., 1S57. J. W AYLE? BAKER, Judge. of Jefferson county, all administrator with the
which I to make in the most one to ride from CO to ;00 Will annexed of the Estate of Saltonstall laU
Gnildtrs tips aud Graining Combs, I am prepared up I Jan. 2, 1653. 1-Ira Mary
lily ultimately expend from SIXTEENTH SECTIONS, of said and ask for di cbarllrom
Ganel's Hair and Badgers Bleadtrs 1 county a
fashionable style, on shoii notice amouut in I:3 tide I'
do do Pencils I and land* selected to supply deficiencies therein, lying 'I'IFULTON.- FOUNDRY said adniluistration.I .
AND REASONABLE TERMS aging Home ladustn ? If so, :: named I JOSHUA TAYLOR Adtufr,**.
Shame Brashes-Badger., Buffalo and Bristle, and being in the Counties hereinafter at I
Hat do I -ALSOA that it does not thrive ? the t'meherein fpe lfied. The sale of the! lane's' lying I 0, F1a.I I Nov. 7, 1357. 45-6m

Together with a large lot of Paints and Painters Material i Arrangements must be ir.a'le in each county wm: take place before the door of I TIlE UNDERSIGNED beg }leave to inform the I
*. IAHOE AD WELL SELECTED STOCK OF dslivciy of work through some I the Court-house in which they respectively lie. The I that they have associated themselves in Notice.SIX .

For. 14, 1857. 47- I READY-MADE'CLOTHING, I St.home.Marks, or Tallahassee-that I sale will commence 1 business, under tbe name and style of I Months after date, I shall! as executer of tbe

Consisting of every garment suitable fr winter wear, YOJ: may b* good, Lut we 1 I Li Madison Cour.y, on Monday the l'2lh of Cardy, Baya & Co, tate Charles T. J. Singe: !ton. late cf Jefferi -

United States Hail Liner i such as Cloaks,Talaias Coats,Ve?te. Pacts &.., A.C.. lard earnings i 1:1 this : Al'riluexl ; for Che. purpose of following the trade Founders aud !i county Florida, deceased render my final ao-
and to the Hon. of Probate of
counts, Judge
which wiil be disposed of at low price Labor is credited: out, parties In Columbia County oi Monday the I9/A of Machinists,and are prepared to execute all kind of I apply
: ORLEANS- TO-KEY WEST \ Also, R large lot of Plain! ami Fancy Shirts, Collars, selvts beheve it is not half done work appertaining to this business. Steam Engines said county, f>>r a discharge from further adminisb a
pTZW April HC3.1 Lion cf said estate.
i Undershirts.Cravats Stoe's! iosery. d.c.,&c. for it. ; furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction. I
RMEDIENlR- \ Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult tV.eir If'i In Alachua County, on Monday the 2C/A of Sugar Mills and Castings of all kinds with CHARLES T.J.SING ELTCIr.

lNT: RID PORTS, own interests by giving me a call, r.s s.11 the above articles New Por .July I, 1S57. f April next ; neatness and dispatch. PJacs and estimates furnished Qualified Exfr.

i" kUrcnDqm TUK i i ii Lave been selected with great ccre, r.d wit! a ___ _u ____ __ _______. I In Lecy County, on Thursday the 2&A ofAprilczt of all kinds of Machinery and Engineering. They Nov. 28, 185' 48-6m -
i STEAMER ISABEL \! special view to their adaptation: to this znaret. Mantillas : I are also sole agents for Hoard ' October 18, 1856. 1 '-.12 ; Notice.SIX
I for Ginning C J'O& HAVANA A(D CRARLXSTOM AT KET WEST. :' In Marion County, on Monday the 3d of May
and unlined
I | 'ALMAS, Eaed I rison's Grist Mills for steam or horse power.JOSEPH I Months after the first pibicati! of this 0'I
.-.4lF JL do with Hoctl., next ; CARDY I
tie undersigned will present his final' u-
F TIlE SOUTHERN ; A. B. CLARKE, Printed Plush do I In Sumpter County, on Thursday the Gth 'f WILLIAM BAYA, count and vouchers as administrator of the Estate

now receiving his Fall and Winter Stock of Basque Cloaks, I May next ; JOHN CARDY. of Eliza J. Jerkins, deceased late of Leon county
SteamshipCompany IOF I IS Goods, suitable for Moire Zoiave and Wrappers.Cloth Cloaks, |! In Hernando Comyon Monday the 10th of May SO. 57._' 22-:ly_ and ask for a discharge. W.B.M ILLS, Admt'r..
Jan. 23. 1858. 4-6m
I NEW C'RLEANB 1 1l PWF\ \ c' ri1 Rich Velvet do I May next ; Supplies.
I II : p Sable: mack and ill 0n In Hiltsloro' County, on Saturday the 15th i
above -
taken the mail contract for Notice.SIX
l ports in of French and English Cloths, Cassi- .
HAVING consisting part STOCK is now complete and for in-
Children's Fur open
; two first class Sea Steamers regubrly I, meres and Vt stings of all color, and of the bestquality I Tippets j of May next ; OUR and comprises as usual, a good selection months after date I shall present my final M
twice a monCh, meeting in the Spanish Hole on the :: which he is prepared to manufacture to order oa I : In Manatee County, on Tuesday the IS/A of of and vouchers to tbe Hon.Judge Probate
Oct. 17 1857. 42L
I. nth and 29th, aud leaving the same evcniug. :: the mObt reasonable terms and in tie most I I May" next. D. WALKER, Groceries hardware Hollow-ware,Tin-ware,Sad for Jefferson county, as administratrix of the Estate

TEE STEAMER SPKA Y" I I FASHIONABLE MANNER, jiegisler, iSfC. dlery, Crockery, Glassware, Cooking and Par- ; of Benjamin Windbam, late of said county deceased

will leave New Port in the morning and St. Marks :! with general assortment of I L GUSMITH I Jan.: 1C, 1858. 3-181 lor Stoves, Dry Goods, Iron and Steel Furniture I; and ask for a discharge from said IIdmini"tration.JAXE
' terminus on the arrival of the Cars from Tallahassee, Together _. -- ---------.-- Hat and) Caps, Boots and Shoes, and I WINDHAil, Admt'x
and and I EEADY-MA3E CLOTHING, I I Yankee Notions of all sorts. 1 Feb. 1858. 6-6
I taking mail passengers baggage freight to i ued begs leave From Hew York 6 6. m
from the Steamer,and returning in season for the afternoon .I that will compare favorably t".it'u any stock of Clothing I rrIIF..mJf an! lurrouul : i All which. we offer for sale, and respectfully solicit
train I ever exhibited for sale in this: city consisting of has opened a number oneGUNSMITH ; PER BRIG REM1N&TON." an inspection of same by our friends and the publii. Notice.SIX .

Tb.travelling public can now rest assured that this Fine Black and Colored Cloth and Frock Coats, Oaicns McNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. Months after date, I shall present my fins
bog desired and frequently attempted communica Fancy Cassimere and Beaver Frock ai-d Business I I CRUSHED Sugar" Rio Coffee, Newport. Nov. 14. 1857 46 and vouchers to the Honorable Jude

tiOD to and from the above ports is in such hands ato Coats, and that be is now prepared to ,I Po"" Java of Probate of Jefferson county, as administrator'of
warrant and success. Black and colored Cloth Beaver and Pilot Over- to his line of ATNAINSURANCE raid
permanency I belonging Bee Hive Syrup, Starch, the estate of Alfred! W. Raysor, late of county,
Passengers having slave servants must see {ao Saik Surtouts, workmanlike manner. All II deceased, and ask for a diaeharg (rom said admin
clearing them. at the Custom House, before going on Rag&n's Black! and Fancy Doeskin and Cassimers I warranted. Apples Soap istration. ALFRED&AYSOR, Adml'r.
Rice Pepper I 1"ants, I Cal and luin I OF HARTFORD.
J35? give I March 6, 1858. 10-om
White Beans
Also look after your Baggage yonrself.Jor Best Grenadine, Barathea, Satin and Cloth Vests, II
I I Fulton Market Beef, Alspice, ]
farther j>articul.irs.DANIEL' Apply LADD to i Fancy White Velvet Silk do,Cusiimere, Silk and Cashmere do., Shop next door to J. & G. S leratB, Sweet Oil, Incorporated in 1819.Charter Perpetual. Notice.ALL .

.. Agent. I Gents'Shawl" Dressing Robes, Fine Shirts, Silk, HOP. Soda' Sperm Candles -0- persons having demands against the Estate
Jew Port 71*, July 11. 1857. 28
i Cotton and Merino Under-shiils, Tallahassee Dec. 19, 1857. Pot Ash, Adamantine Candles CASH CA.PITAL-81OOOooo. W.Stellben8.1at "ofJeffersoncounty.
Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. ----- -"- Maccaroui, Green Peas, deceased, will take notice that they roust present
HENRY ARCHEY -ALSO- GARDEN I Mace Asparagus INSURE AGAINST LOSS AND DAMAGE BY FIBK, them to the undersigned, duly authenticated, within
; GROWTH OF I Pickles asnorted, Tomatoes, ON TERMS ADAPTED TO THE HAZARD, the time prescribed by law or tIlls notice will be'

THIS CELEBRATED STAT I A general assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and I I Yeast Powder, Current Jelly AND CONSISTENT WITH TUE LAWS plead ia bar of their recovery, and all persons indeb.
-.- \ will etand at my I Satin Stocks Ties and Cravats, Colkis, colored and 17E \\eulJ call the i Matches Lobsters. I OF COMPENSATION.B. ted to said Estate are hereby. notified to make immediate
_..Stables two miles West of thej1.LIi_ I white Kid and Silk Glov*, Buck and Lisle 1'Lr :] I. "r the public generally, to I -ALSO- C. LEWIS, Agent, payment.
Sty of Tallahassee, the ensuing season, to luniuate i Ladies Gauntlets Linen CaiuLric and "d15/.1eclc As-oitioenl of
do. !
bupeiior I A general assortment of Tea*. For Tallahasse and vicinity. MARGARET A31EAR.
the 20th day of June n sit.SENBfY Silk Handkerchiefs BLow nnd Cotton, Lisle FRESH !
Fancy I A L8 o August 15. 1867. 33QUIIIINE I April 17. 1858. 16-8w
about. 1 6 I hands high dark bay, well :1 __
; Thread and Marino $ Hose, l.c. dc. CALL bUD i I
Our Seeds are procured from Au extensive! assortment of assorted CANDY. I
J formed, and finely muscled and was raked by JobFreeman r Notice.SIX
Esq. of this county. lie was fired by the ; BUY. consequently will flourish the For sale by B IL BERRY. i ii .

;. 'celebrated CHAI.LES AHCHET fonr.crly owned by the i i -October--- 18, 1856. 42 -- -- I j, such as ours. fJgf" Call early i _Sept.2G,_1857.__._ 89 JUST received 800 OUNCES Slllpll Quinine, I I months after date, I shall present my final
t 'subscriber, known as one cf the purest blooded hor Sailrcad that you may secure the vari I Brand together with a great variety. and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Probate

? ses in the Southern country; (
tu dam a fine mare pedigree not known. His get I m3.fl k January 9, 18o8. !! RE now opening their FALL and WINTER I August, 1857. 32 non" of the Estate of John L. Lofton, late ef-ssid!
Is of the finest c'haracterlD be seen at any time iu I : J-\ STYLES which comprise a complete and varied ---- county deceased, aDd ask for a discharge from said
the neighborhood, and will show for themselves.To AT a meeting of the Board of Directors (If the I I assortment in every department. In the Silk and The Original Extra Quality administration GEO.W.BLACKBURN
Florida Railroad held at Fernandina Admt'r.da boais
thb of ra'uung Fine Stock he Company, nan.
spirit found
encourage Dress department will be some of the most
will stand at the low rates of FIVE and TEN DOLLARS on the 7th day November, A. D., 1857, the following T lIE undersigned have this ber.utifulanJ elegant, April 10, 1858. 16-m .
-no INSURANCE. The subscriber has been I cs 1utlon was adopted : neifcliip, under (the name I Sidestriped Silk Robe. PREPARED expressly for Puddings, lea Cream,
.t;driven to this necessity from tie fact that too fre- ,\rZ IJ'L..3, The work cu the Florida Railrca Laving l\I.ycrs: cb: ; Flounced dark ground, Mange, Custards. Pies. Porriges 'Notice.ALL .
queotly. jnares are not brought forward regularly, !; i advanced to a condition which brings it into tiset and will continue the business do bright Ac. Received fresh 67 AMES. *ot HI treated, thereby preventing success when the t, ful conncxion with the business of the interior and I' the Old Stand Towle & I Solid Color Moire Antique, Get. 1,1857. 42 JfBnry Zeigler, Deceased,late of Leon oun-

la by oo means at fault. The money will be the practicability of a successful prosecution cf it to !i keeping a full assortment of all Black do do ty, art hereby notified to present ,them to tie ondersigned -

demanded in each case, should the mare be traded the end being resoi.ab'y demonstrated the Compai.y: ;; to tlifir{ branch business/ and Flounced Beragcs, wine colored, Florida Reports. ,properly authenticated,. within the time
old or otherwise disposed of. Twenty-five cents insiob which has thus far conducted thi entarprise consider i! tention to merit the patronage Delaine Robes a Baize, in 6 volumes. : prescribed oy law or they will be barred;.and all
t case, will be required by the Groom. For further that a point has been reached where they may bone I to the kto firm. Together with a fine assortment of Black Silks, COMPLETE McDOUGALL 4 HOBBY. th'osd indebted are requested to make payment immedUfely. -
Information to the subscriber. to be met by the confidence and co-operation of the .. X.B.JBFFCOAT, Ad t";'
apply S Black Silk Velvet Basque width Shepards PJaid, Sep 5,1857. 80B
______ _ _
"* and merchants of the interior
planters : .
/ A.A. FISHER. R. Figured Merinos Plain do, Black Bombazine French Match 20, 1858. 12-8w _

.TaOahaasee March 27. 1858. 13_ I ted TJtereforc to invite, subscriptions Rt.Jl'fJ. That to the the Secretary Stock of the be Jircc.Company Tallahassee, January_ 1,.[ ] Embroidered Setts Brussels point Applique Setta, Notice to Debtors. Notice. ..

Setts Real point Lace, White Illuslion Capes. .
the same terms as heretofore, and to take indebted to the late firm of TOWLE fiaal
,Jefferson Academy upon persons months'aHer date I shall present
Oct. 17, 1757. 42Health ALL 317 ,
such steps as may affo d the most convenient opportunity MYERS, are requested to come forward and and vouchers to the Hpa.Judge of Probate
,; ;&QtfTIOELLO, FLORID A.P&flTCIPAL to the inhabitants cf the several interested Davkfo: Wilson, 1 In settle. Mr. R.B. GORMAN ia duly authorized to set- for Jefferson county as administrator with the

"- _L'I', Counties to take Stock. f*. :L. District; Bitters. tle all accounts. S.W. MYERS. Will annexed of the Estate of Jefferson B.Ellis,late

>.. ;$",. is pleased to be able to an- A true copy from the minutes. H. W. Thompson. ) sworn to TO those suffering from Dyspepsia Debility, en- Tallahasse, Feb. 20, 1858. 8-tf of said county deceased, and ask for a discharge from
1" .L ooonee that he has engaged as aseistaot. lr.PAEXXXSOH GEO. W. CALL, Sec?). nPIlE D*rl ant and all feLled health or deranged state of the Stomach said administration.

-S a teacher of long and varied experience, .L by notified of the tc.., &e. these Bitters are recommended by the Sheriff's Sale JAMES S. WALKER.

:.. .ffosdoate Christ College. Cambridge. In pursuance of the foregoing resolution, notice is returnable to a Juotiies' Court, Faculty, as a certain cure. For sale by Admfr. with the Will annexed.
-' fcl MA rank bit pupils have invariably taken at hereby given that the books of the Company are permanently basse, on the 2nd Monday, the BUTLER i DENHAM. 1st MONDA IN MA Y NEXT. March IS, 18S8. 11-601. .
,.U of ttself the best practical commendation.Hjr.iji open at Fernandiua where subscriptionsmay D.. 1858, and to appear and NOT. 14. 185'1. 46 Y virtue of a writ of fieri facias issue by the -

,however, permitted among dther' to refer to be made either in person or by letter, tbe Given under my hand Judge of Probate of Leon county, wherein Absalom Noti e. .7

:.8utor,Hamxnood,of South Carolina. .. amount of the present ossessmennt being $17.00 on March, A. D., 1858. Sea Island Seed. Yeorqan ia plantitf and the Georgia
r Un..Heron, !(reliat A the late Her. Mr. Rhodes eaeh share of$100.00. This company is the owner E. [ Sea Island Cotton Seed, for sale by Plank Road is defendant, I have levied upon and SIX: at and voucher ,to the fioa Jndga of Prc-
.of tbfc Ctreolt).ilIasatat'b file Female Dcp.artmtnLB5' town sites of Fernandina and Cedar Key and also FINE MoNAUGHT, ORMOND 4 CO. will expose for sale in front of the Court-bouse door, bate of Jefferson couDty, as administratrix of the estate

-OJ ; : and snccessful instruc- 760,000 acres of land property which had been appraised March 20. 1858. Jan. 23,1858.; ; 4'White in the city of Tallahassee,within legal hours, on the of Francis B.B.StawvrWltt. taid.flQut1.-dE
tre" of the Musical Department. at over 2000.000, and it is believed that a first Monday in May next the following described I ceased, and uk for a discharge .from said adrniDiaJ
-obtained&tCoLBLtekburo'. at $10 further assessment of irom $8.00 to HOIK per chare Congressi property, to-wit: That portion of the Plank Road I tratloo. ,ELSIS BTKtfiLRMarch ;.t.chaktz.
f-4 pIT faoetfc/xid at Mr.;Oeo.Tyl&a,an excellent pri- will be sufficient! to-finish the road. -. Lead. from the Wakulla line to the terminus at Tallahassee, 20, 1848: J2-4a> T-I..T'r..
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_. tew CM mile from tie Tillage,at $10.: GEO. W. CALL, Sec'y. AFRESH supply,just PURE Extra and No. 1, ground in Pure Linseed including the buildings at the terminus. Levied,upon i B11 r
: *V er fcrtttr jsibnoatioQ'10 regard to course of study, Jan. 9,, 18S8. 2-tf just received, arid for sale hy as the prop sty of said defendant and to be sold :Nctke '
Tct-tpDl to the trederdrtied who will (or-. Sept. 19, 1857. AMESLIVELY. to satisfy hid wrnf of fi. fa.according to law. 'i
: '*rdcrgu1dW.O.GTRABBAU; PrinV. NEW ( hurts demands against tLs'Z4t ta
Rice April 3. 181\8. l R. SAUNDERS Sh.riftApril ALL persona ?
. 1prIZlM:. 14.3w. V' John F.Wila ;'d iRd..Wa OUst1051cOtzit
3 1858. H-tda
.;t.. ,, .. . RECEIVED ,
: -.i- dlms tii d
O A TIERCES RICE, Hew'Maps. Florida l' st.notified to prA Rt::lbeia *- *
: : 'NotiCe.LOID:3fl. t\J for sale to arrive *ftbte 64 UttcpAwrlbql y-kr.. Of tins*>-
t ',tr. :. ". } -" NEW BOOKS A NOVELSDORE -! per Esecfotors' Notice aign a: all.n'oD'iodt
lest PUBLISHED BYcDwaconvI11 tic* win be plead Hi liar of their recovery: .
", _. ,-_ -A Stroller Europe? Dec. 19.18871 : ;; Florida, &LL persons,creditors,'and legatees, 'eDtm d. to. '-reque.ted.toosakw4snmIIhIkent.
: "" -, OFFICE, ) EL GRINGO-Travels iu Mexico; complete with Railroads and -Town- X distribution ootberwt..tlfo Iii the Estttaof pi> -o p.H:WIUJAiia, Adisst'x.L4IpfLau8. .
March DR.KANE'S'Aretio.Expedition; P1owsA LARGE John G. AnderVdn, deceased/laiij of Leoa county .
& atN1, 2'7, 1858.e. J f sale ; ; 1f.:81-. __ .f
MEMOIR of S.S. Preotiss,Speeches ka. bt.. l'toridlare notified ta exhibit claims 7 ,.
,. .LU 3 ftftst Iiy ofJssr. next, the rate ; FINE LOT\T'arSous .Izes McDOUG A',BOBBY..Feu. hereby their ..
THE DAYS of life-A novel by tbe and demands witlifiJ) two from hereof. '.
my ) the date
_ti: for sale brMoNAUOHt year
11d&ZaIdroad will be toA.apOL,8icp't. / .L'.0'w.08
; ;' (kIS4CTtr&b. > 6; 1858, 6 ,t .' :;
author of
Margaret aDd Zaide "
-. ; ORMOND. A : ,to tb, undersignedtor'the same will be barred Land ,;
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: "..' f Jk j c ISABEL X novel; Jao. 23 IMS. 4 all persons i indebted to the said 1 east, ar.,J. :SIX mooU afUr date,* : .
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L'1JS ..1._.....- -_ '- A L P PTO Itt -WIPE A. '. ::Lochfines. and .=
s.a- -7 ::;. .-. ;!JSwJWOaJIS *' QOYei;' 1 to. make immediate payment _
7 > _.,< ,. I"i .- < *.. c. ..' :.VASCOliS .".'""Anew Don A ,HALT BBLB, Loebfine Herrings just'tADdedf 'J03EP L. B34ALLWOOD. ta'-or t1.Ohcfj iXJUiCS.rObtGfL4ODOUflt7.

f ,j :'.V.I'IMH.uuha b8immek4.. &e.I .CIGS. $ 2 0, and for' satypYfei.; |18 half barrel J J ROBERT H.GAMBLE.' },Eneutcm.I ., aM *3'Y ..."
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