The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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t .1 rofsint j[ (ar 5. I pr [ l ono .gcsinrss Carts. ENDUfl.tNCJ.'T'is hut do you not see that if I, aa commander! I left behind Mood converting !lowly arouu:! the, asking in brokon English Do-y o know

.-" = -- -- -- -- better to endure tbe> wrong ordt O'it another party to succor tho absent fires, and then id! was quiet as before, save him ? what warrior. \;' ro tMat- Thea,** t ypased
; ; {ASHCO. I 1-------- E. ANDERS Nh.A.1'torn. : Which evil hands and tongues commit, one, the c/'KI, calculating woild will condemn an! occa!ional! muttering from the tent where him, would boast of tha manoer ia
MILES .. The bold encnmcLnirnt of the etrong me for allowing my, feelings as a father to the surgeon was dres-ing Bates' wounds.- which they had Ukea them. Others, till
: 't Lavv,. I The shafts ('(raluuinr and wit, mt' as an officer !t" the wound in his I bad
UKALKR.1 INDP.UGS I, The scornful bearing of the proud, govern.. Although leg was not as mom barbarous, would slap them in his face ;
:. -ANDS The sneers and laughter of the crowd. I understand you now, sir, and will ptove as that in his arm, yet he complained only ofthe and as the young man sickened and
: FAINTS, I SOLICI 1 OR IN EQUITY that nothing but ray so'dier's! hal.it! of waiti-io; former, and said it was natural enoughfor away would sneeringly "* ture
:S MAR1AA.FLA. And harder blill it i in tour for i rtlers .overiie-l me in this. At roll! call him to get the other ; but be could scarce don't lovu his frk-nds obele.. Ian ,
MEWCINKS; L OILS I -- The censure of the f m>d and wise in the m ,irning I Will with of forgive the esntinel fir fora red
{ Who i ignorant of what you are, twenty mycomrvfcs shootingbJm The same idea that the left hand of the captive ;
1' WOULD inform their n >nds aod the public I A I JiACTICnS ton *r.'l Franklin-in in the Court tb Jnclcwn Court, W.eMnjr.. Or blinded by the tlamlcr'a lie.., to bom I shall now hpeak, step siiiiJ.! Lt. Henry had left the camp at a point held a knife, now to iz the 'j'jcH.fi
:: ,,' on band a good ais'rtmrntfsuc ..nn.,.uJ i in tLe Uuitcd States' SnjMrnie, Distiict Court at at Look coldly on, CT pass you by, forward IItHI request your rermission to learn where no Cres might betray him to any out- for,leaving the circt.seeme! stepped slowly I
article as are ;.nt'rl1l1yL"pt in their line of businr 4 A palacbicola. In eilencc, with) a C 1'1 ted eye. the safety of our tends, or bury them and I Ijmg Indians and had struck at once into a toward him, his eye fixed upon his ; suddenly f

,111 rruhall I trill be receiTini be reasonable.; regularly! fresh auppliea. Tbeii REFERENCES: But when the fi'iends in whom yon trust, seek their (0($." thick hammock Fo'Iowing'! a small trail they giving his left arm a jerk ho pulled it t

I' Tal!':Lbll"t'f'. April Vth 185.V I! lion.J. Wajle Bnker. THllalmtB, A* ftt-adfatt a. the ruouotnin rock, Cod Hess you, Henry Alice may well had passed directly through. K .d then tookat from hU bosom. For a moment thtj struggled
:_____ H. L. Rutgpi- AgMit S. %V. U. Bank Fly. sid are scattered like the dust, lie proud I.f yrva, and poor Charles has bad! once t. the open pine land. For about together. It was a moment of I

Dr. Miles H. Nash, Hon.IMMC J.W J.idgf'OD Fmlrv..'Ag't.Mari B.uni Columbus, Marianna. Nor Before lore ruiiaina naifurtune'bvliir.n to cheer jour inil fall.hock, at least one true friend But you say to. two hours they proceeded as rapidly as men to the captive's tends, who dared neither a&eaj

1 ',,r. im rtYgMOIAEIEEVlCISTO TUF CITIXBK6 OF Dec. 12. 1867. 60-6in This is mole ternLIe thuD all. morrow morning ; why not to-ngit! I ,To. could, and not a Void"as spoken. Leavingthe stir, nor fire, (or fear of causing his instant I
U.I.AimSIC AVDSL"tROJXl>OOOCTTllY. -- -- morrow may be to/ate/ ; know as well they
-- you open country passed through a nir duath. During the'struggle! something glittering
M. N. L nimedi. eastof tbel EDWIN But even this nnd these-ay more, I do that ihe II
On'IC1with Dr. uly A. HART, ai Indians u u-illy secrete themselves row swamp and entered ono where the low fell to the earth Does the
Can be endured and survive
l .A.1'torn.ey 61 La""C'V, The noble irit still hope soar, ; near their victims during the darknsss, palmetto leaves, so common in tbat part of man so love gold that he clings to it
fj may
18S5. 20 wbit&I I
J, Mar 1 _ Tallahassee Florida. Although the body fail to thrive; and, fire on then at the first return of iight"I the Country, and the underbrush was very death !3" asked the chief as stooped .
f MEDICAl1: I rt 0 TIC E Di8'>aMj and want nay wear the frame I know it," exclaimed the young man thick. From tho cautious manner in which it But his
'"T JI.L pructiro in the Circuit Cc.urlll .f dio fri<1T 'IbauK UoJ the soufu Mill the up. as eye glanced on it in the
-'I- V die District and the! Supreme Court of this Mime. "but what ran wo do on suih a daik aDdst" they now pioc.eeded, it was evident they exLeavi light, ha gave such a laugh and yell of tri-
L Drs. Robertson Bond SUite, and the District Court of the United Statei,nt Hold up jour head, then man of grief, ..", night as this ,1" r----.I --, -. ar.ji ; ..;,; r
Daik and do think the dark. iag: his place in the rear the old hunter yIIttr1 RlJTsveffiwarriors W'\fHt\HdIJfafreT. J
t ( f rii.e.1 a eu pattiirralnpin lh- practic TallulmMee. fg Offi.. over the Store of MCMU Nor longer to the tempest bend, stormy you .
HAVl.VU, pri.f.-a inn. oftVr their ..nicelll.. 'lie cit O A J. lCiI'hLs.Jan. For soon or law must come relief ness will frighten your men, or the rain hurt moved silently to the side of his officer. Lt" who instantly started for the fire

E- i..U4 of Citliiba.taee nod urroiiriiimg country. __ _. "_0._ _1855.__ 4 The coldest darkest night will end; them more than where they now lie \I" says he, we must be near where young S. each anxious to get a torch light that tbe
: O3ic the Store ,lately occupied by Bet n lope in the true heart never dies I and Williams hid had better let
to :::$f over Neither, sir. are ; you me young man might more distinctly behold) the
r, ton A UitfsM.JFeb.J3.j57. I A. jrPEELEE/S/ Trust on-the daj-t>lar jet shall ri e. Then why not choose yoar men and startat go ahead and find them, for if you come suddenly face that so beautifully smiled there' "Y oar

*:tf LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, Conscious of purity and worth once I" upon them they may take us for Indians young squaw smiles on you now," said th.

I E. IiAENAILD[ Jr. TAIXAHAS8E, FLORIDA. You may with calm assurance wait .' And how far could we go, without light and make nois- enough to betray us." chief who stood a one by Charles. M How

WILL CXJXTIM'K THB OFFICE Cr STAIRS IX THE SAME BUILDING AND Or POSIT I The And tardy c'tcn recompense should justice of earth come;too late, enough to enable us to follow on their trail, Henry assenting, silently halted! his little long will it he before the smiles on another."
THE DOCK OF TUE FLORIDIAH A JOURNAL OFXFICt. To soothe the spirit's )homeward flight, even if the rain has not washed away all traces hand, ar.d t the hunter kept cautiously on.- A dozen rifles flashed from the darkness a-
DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS WILL Practice in tbe Circuit Court of Gadt>dfn. ;lJ heaven, at last, the wrong shall right. of it ?I" Whilst the men were afmitjng his return, lis rccnd and seven or eight Indiana fell where
WaVulU.Jefferson and Madia-m
f I3f AT flC.OUP BTAMD, S10K P attend promptly to the collection of notes and, and ac -_-_- True, true, I do believe that I am more tening for the slightest sound, they thought they stood some wounded, some dead ; one

counts in any of said Conntiea. SILENCE. rash in my old age than you, with the fiery once or twice ((8& the wind lulled for a moment cr two, as they leaned over the fire, fell intoit

f OF raE jf MOBTAR, : t'ch.27.18t8. -if From A volume just published in London, blood of youth in your veins. I am too much ,) that they heard the sound of human and experienced the agony they intendedfor
i t J of very pleasing poetry, entitled The Rim- excited to plan in this ; do you act all you voices ; but (be next blast would drown it all. another. The remainder tried to escape

of Clinton aoj Monroe stbet.Tsl1.bauee. I GWYNN & HILTON, let 1 ; a Cohiiiljuiioa to Sacred Sjng" by think best l, and oh, if you have an idea of Ere long the banter returned with Williams, to the river. The chief started so suddenly .

t t t. Corner.huuery19.J86. ", "t1orn.oys .n"t Zw, Thomas T. Lynch.In what may be the feelings of a father or what who told them die savages had searched every as to drop the miniature he held and sprang
r -- -- I TALLAUASSRE, FLA. cilence mighty things are wrought- will! he those of a sister, do act quickly." bush, even under tbe tree be was upon, and w:th the rest for the river ; but the flash of
WCUICAJOTICIJ.. {I biKntly I buildrd, thought on thought Co!. S." said the young m J1.Co if I were afterwards proceeded to search those moro tie rifles on i iU banks told him all hope of escape :

t D. ,V. GWY> It. B. HILTON.nAVING ruth's ta-OIIle| greets the sky ; to consult my own ftelings-" to the West. Soon after he heard the reportof was rat oft Drawing bis knife, be '
.. .. BPTE. And, Hie nUdel with towers,
A. rr.r.tr.R f-JL: i asRooiiitfd themselves' together in the Hit tout, with) her bubcervient powers At that instant the sharp report of a rifle a pistol, and then a load shout. half in anger turned to rush on his captive-his band was

Drs. Peeler & Bates I i of Law. will give th.ir joint attention Is fltrtDgtheo'sUentlJ.. cansed both to start and brought every man and half in triumph. Yes," said one at his throat, his arm was descending when l
to all l""*uinfntru In 11.'m. They "iH attend tho'men S. had and red it and instead
f O .M*.ciat r oIlll'III..I\'e l < io the practice tbo Court the U. S. District (.1ourt.ncl tbe to his feet. of pistols, some was grasped. a prisoner, he
nAVI MeJicin and Sumery re, Uifir .'rvtee" tn tb Public in the treatment pfull ': Cotjit a of Gmlgdtn Waknlla, Jeffcreon Madison and To sapling trees ot mighty girth grow; sake don't shoot again !" I can swear to that," said tbe bun'er! Henry had flung himself violently betweenhis it:
f a.n'p aa .-:111111!! ch'ouie diose. of fcll character j Hamilton Counties. Office at tbs Couit bouse in Each nightly >Ur.iu silence burns, It i is Bates," cried a dozen men, we for "hen W. told me that I went in the direction friend aod the foe that he fell w.th the

Jan.9.IS4 Office, WituLeeoab, JriiVrgon:-!( co, Fla. {I Ii T IUthae es. And every day in silence turns know his voice." and found a dead Indian lying by a Utter to the earth. The red man was underneath t
_- -- --- -- --- -- March 6, 1658. 10-ly The axle of the earth. and tho bushes aroundwere bim but his hand still
--- -- --- I You rnfeht as well have found that out clump high palmetto, ; at grasped a t
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.. :R.H.BERRY, HOGUE & AMAKER I 'lie silent frost, with mighty hand, in some other way than by shooting at me," murh trampled. As I came back, W. knife, and as Henry had none, there seemed .
Auctioneer and Commission I Fetters the river aDd the lAud muttered the man, as he came limping into i told me that a party of Indians, whom he little chance for him. Heor,'; rIght hand helda l"fl

:: frIERCHANT.I I ATTORNEYS k COUNSELLORS I With unirersil chain ; the camp "ball suppose," continued he, thought bore their wounded went South pistol ; but his arm had clasped tbe warrior
I And smitten by the silent sun, it WitS toy own fault { but how in thunder whilst the others went West shouting and so firmly that it had alIen beneath him. and
I f -ALLAflAUEE.Fl..SePt.2Q. IS5. SOS I IA formed.T., L."VV'in the, of I Tile dul i ill luosed!, the rivers run, could I see the sentinel t the rltsr-at! was lying yelling.." before ho could extricate it, the knife of the
co pnrtiierebip practice I The landa are five again.
$ S. KNIGHT, UAVE. and will ntttnd to any professional busi. g. -- as 11 it as a red skin. To be sure, whenI Leaving W., who was now comparativelysafe savage was in hs? side. A triumphant yell I
TIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT nf>i> entrusted to tbur care. [From Russfir ywl.nrfor J/ay.] saw the camp I did not think of the sentinel the party went 'forward in a southwest b.trat from the lips of tho red man. and died

VtSEE FLORIDA. I D. P. HOGUE. A. PERRY AMAKER. A' SLL.VE I.V TilE I'LOIUDlfAR.. or anything else. I thought I had been direction. ItVIIS evident the Indians felt away, strangely mingled with the report of
: TltLlfl May I. 1858.WILLIAM 18 ._ timed at enough for one day and didn't dream perfectly secure in their late victory ; otherwise Henry's pistol To tie! astonishment of all .
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: -Stl'lf'mht'r 1..l865. 05 SCOTT Diring the last \'aCalUn! I was visiting of getting this one in my log." they would not have divided their forces. :j he Ilrosl"-IIIC knife hanging from his side ; .1 I

0\ ,W.BREVARD, Jr.4."t'tor3:1ey ., I old fiiend <>f mine, one ot tho oldest settlers Where is Jour company ? how camoyou Speed now appeared their greatest object, it had glanced en his powder horn and stuck

a1 La."C'V, ATTOHTCSY LMO.VTirELLO 17-. i in A southern section of our cou try. As he so wounded ?" cried the men, pres>ing eagerly and thfty wound theme way amons the clomps i i among the bulkta of his pooch which hung.

TALL11IASSCE! FLA. I. FLA !looked (' er the news from (Ihe Cio.-Ls and around him. cf palmetto r.s rapidly! as though they lutd 1 Ltl.vr.!

) I3S. I', 1 I ulr S0.1663. SO than I i3fninocs; hf would frequent! : compaie theinednts Why," sid tue 1Otn. as t,t where they been always acf-i tomed t" t ose paths. He- .\; day beuan to Jlt.wn. it was j-idgid prad .
-April---1.- -----.--- --. -.- I --- -- ----- .- there! relatedi i b circumstances! in are. I cannot any ; hut 1 can tel l you the lastI fore lonij thy could! distinctly see the li' ht >it tJ return tn camp as speedily as possible
HUm; .t. COIILEF, I .r.IHCAL :XOTICE.0 which Le Ltd lii-cii an actor, or of "Ucla a I saw of thei:>. It was about noon when xve I fron a fire shining on the trees. 'rlaolt! 1 foi it Was tl.ought the other pasty of Indians

f Attorney at Law I witness. .t 1"0 1\3; othnrB he run rated the fol- I, 'ere fired upon. How many Indians there hunter again appro.irh H-Miry. and reedy j could Smut Lw. f.ir .'' Litters were made on
Dr. W m. F. Shine, I lowing : ;i wow, I eatiwot say ; as uiyaalf! nnd mm or inn n nod. stut"dfT t.) tIn' left so as to com xvhich xver placed the bunting shirts of the
'i'.ur..u; '::o 1)0': FL.. I aliens HIS PRO ESS10NAL crevices TO THE rr LJC. j "It was a C"ld! ] raw evening, r.lllc men two otTmera wore shot at the first firf'I>' i| up to time South of (heir fire, because the Indians I dear! !ndamnd 'their wounded (..i"uJd.-

t .!an *-. !7PJGHA11D. tR?"l. :-i.: --- -- I O FFTCH aiMinsj t'mt! ct' Pr*. Gamble J Bettoc. hat! gatiK-ri'd round their! : large camp fin s, i arm was !broken, lids Lt. S. observing, IKrrdsred would .xpi'Ct no foe from 'hit quarter TIle! p rly crr'"cd sif in ca np. !bat upon fiXit,4t
BRADFORD Mar 6.. 1SSS, IJI-lv I watching soui" "I" their comrades, cs they 'I rn? tc retire: to ibm rear and there seer md tho \\itnl. ould I.r'l:1:1! : thfio t-, '-mi. i aniinnt'or of tie! voontfed"rnen, it was deemed

t I -- !iuisicd thevn.trhefc in preparing for their evening te 01)8.lf. I dim' so, r.n.l vns pftervv.rJs As he reared the fire, the bu,hjs !became I:! bestfor thom to proceed to the station at

; ATTORNEY: AT LAW\ DENTISTRY.HIS repast. Cvt-ry coautei.ance wore an air "I joined l by \\'iIl:1J'lJ11; being b.-.dly; wounI higher hut not go thirk, and trees of larger V-, xvhtro better shelter cool)! be pro-

; TXLLAII&SsKE: FLA. 'if gloom, which' is vtry unusual Iii, atrip" I dd :in t!- knee tl-J! not like to run the risUi f-iz" were rathe/ more numerous. Every *t.'p !'l .Irelr.Ii was also there? fInd couM be-

(OiB.-e in the Po l OiTic* Buil.liuj.) I I rven durn-g the ri't l.tr.tesittg duties, or the i of lxiig: dUcoveied, II' t'SC:1l'li by flight would I'I'I of the eNp'riemmrcti! old man va' r.s cautiously I stow that attention on her br"thewbicb

f hy :5. 21 __ __ most inclement ueather, and: it was evident he to .him impossible ; so I help -d him up made ?s if his tile, or the {raining his ol j,*cldepended I more than anything else, would aid his re-
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:t --- that no co.nmon. event could have called tlr-s! I into a tree \' ime.. l h \\nuld be mci likely! to ( on each ono of' them. Only .ne |I cover'. The gallant little band who had so

Y onge & McClellan, 1 S general deprcision spuits among the :hardy: j e,c.'!j/? se.in.ij than on the ground I Iorzp cluster of bu!ht-s was between him and ;i; noJ.Iy! rescued l them, was ordered to be their

ttcrj.1o:7 at La."C'V. i I I and hitherto lively! ontierstncn.; It was w>!!l lj DiJ you hear any more of C h rli-s {t' said the fire ; wai'injj till the wind t.lt'1II.t( !\ escort, and before midnight: Henry bad do-

TRACni-E IS ALL THE C t'KTS OF WEST FLOftlDA.O. j Known through the camp that a small: part*. Col.! S. Did you bear Mill I give any orders I v.i'dlv, bv thm'r, and he had gained f hi. [, livr..!! S. to the care of his sister.V hat his

Iv ice at Mni VNM.: I 1 under Lt. :. had Ifft lbit morning for the byvhiih we couJ! judge what were his I pi?.ice. Slightly! separating the leave., he had !i feelings were, you ran better conceive than I

C. C. VOXOi: .J. F. McCLELLAN. .J | purpose ol! finding a ctostiiig (pl.ice over theI I tar:" r' tI:,? warriors nnd' their! captives full in view.The i !j .'iesc'iiH a-id how *he has rewarded bins,you
Marcli 13. 1S3. 11-tf und'TMi.t.i.i tji;os. iiftii'e tl at be intt'ncf si, river, nt-ar uhich the troops had halted ; for a' I dJ!! not ; l'U:13 I helped Williams up p!'ice they had ch' sen for tmeir torture !i know ,(,."
'J ----- --.-- the pre'i';nt Quiiwj vrar. w|1t.here*!b i".Jliycl'rKI; \'II1I" pirated tiIieC to wiul diiriig oui as _>et iu buit.il.lL place hid been found, r.li !- ir.tn ti.e trehe toKl me that Lt. S. h.-td h -'n ground was singulaily' well adapted to the I, '. i how I 111 be 1-ange.l if I do."

Beni. F. Young, all llu) > f RM' 111ft) be i in want <.1> his "Ir 'ic..s. i tliou -xploiing! parties had traversed the wounded! !, and that! llu- men had hid him ill I piirixtap. A Itrjjc oak stood in th' cenfn of I I Stop, stop," said the old! man, laughing

f" J'I.J'tJJ.Jr1""f'rJ'.0.1 -r r0' i Tutu in ..rtwl on the Clitt.plastic rrO'I,!.a process 5 banks for sexeial miK t, hoili! np nnd don.It ;.':.* busies! to their! ri:ht. Thi filingva? '! nn otherwise clear sp-ice of ground.ssrrosr.d- I I ")'11 may not baxe rein- nthered that, though
ill. .J .iUJ J f'/ltirrIJ new. w Licb-urpisna UU)thug jc-t
J ANDSOLICITOR IN EQUITY. can errti i>for e kb full
I ""T ILL 111 tlw Courts ..f the E.i.tern Cir Holiday tebruarv tbe li-t, aid mil rcmaiu till the i day cre.iied a belief that they had ,;!.lIca1ill I h :i lion id yell filled! the air"th'at 1 believe iI I nut! ti-d! to tha oak was Cli.'t'K S. His arms I I yen si,'nt' of tie nmes wrong. But did
T cut prarticc"f nOI iJ.L auJ the Federal Cour.(9FFICIC *. lOA. 1' I*. LEWIS. i with Indian, and the cunning character (If it will ring in my .ears forever. | and {feet were free ; hi' his rbht ann hu'.g I! your u'Ire S. never tell you anything about miti'
: GAINiULLE., ALAC11CA COCSTt.) Jan. 1C, 1868. 3-tf i their foe uus t.i'i well !known to admit a hoe I y(*-xes"-cried srpe of the men ; | in n wav" th"it pliirilv ,h<>wed it -k'n-Iis! ? .
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t HEFEREXCES: -- -MEDICAL.-' INOTICU. i! that tla-y had been att.icktd by an oqurl I titat was when the last t hra e fellow fell, or j I II left I\-m r'sted in his )>o;c'n, andhUcvkccrlv "He once said he \-as indebtel I to my

| iHunhir! 'r in a situationlicre they could' \\lien th-y found a tn.in not yet dead." \vtfrhed n group of ahaut twelve IndJtns lather for his life, but not word more.U .-"
:, CArr.. J.J.I J.). AiKEf.Lr-*. 1COL. Chatletton S. C. I cTRBLAKE10NT1NUES | defend themselves. A,. darkness gathered I At this moment Lt Henry trprlJ tclll-d the who were in front of him. a little to his I Irirl.t. i* very singular" said the old man,,

1 FRASCR A TIIOMMODt. -*. ) ; Dr. A. I tound, the wind increased, and large drops I crowd. Although the storm had net I are, I s<>e," rvjtirrJ( tli: >' hunter. .f but when they are as old as I am, tney will
; JAVES S. JONES. T-itlahatfte, 1711.t /." t. offer bis IWesrtoiml Services to of rain occasionally falling hid them pn.pire; he had! flung aside his cloak and was Ct'u.d'i! the boy hold in his left h.md a kmi1\ which !' talk more of *ucJi: thin .."

t Jung 0\. 67 3 ----- --- .- : S the citizens of Centrevilie and ndjoiuiug iif-i:h- for a severe night, which in truth they had. a dress of the lightest kind, and most sooner than; bear their torture, he will use -
--- --------- borhood. Pesidence changed lit Centrevilie Office I'
I t OW.inn M. WEST. at I.is realdenee. Most of them, however wrapping themselves I for active exertion. The rule in his hand, npon-himself how I wish! the rest had come VARIETIES

Law Dec. :6. 1867. 62-tf M their Filankets, with Iheir feet to the lire, and pistols in his belt were all the arms ho I up wi'h me V I am afraid to go back for fearit .'.
j .and Counsellor at
Attorney i ---- I apptared determined to forget present vexa- I' boie. will be too late ; but what can I do alone ? N Too a r. a littl bear madam" .81cr
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. I Nathaniel Hamlen, lio s in $leep in spite of wind and rtill.- .. Bates," lid be, where were you when I wish the boy had! not the! knife, (or I know About the sbouldert, I mesa,madam.. t I

April5.I'56., __ --- 1* COMMISSION MERCHANT, I Others were e'ndoavoring to arrange shelters, the savages first showed thems'-lvest" the bloody savages too well to think they will To spread yourself put on hoops. ,
I I by means of sticks covered with palmetto At tbe second bend of the river where he in a hurry, to see the end! ofhim, hut they!
I FLOYD & HOLLAND, No. 38 PoydrasSt.New Oilcans. leaves, and some \1':6 strapping bark from the some of our men tried to ford it yesterday.You .- may drive him to the deed, and I am afraid (O-. M I wonder what makes my eyes 10.

Attorneys at Law. Refers to Oov.James-0-E. Broorn, Tallahassee trees as a covering for their rifles and pow- know where 1 mean." : they will before I can get hack. Th redskins I I weak I" said a boy to a gentleman. .Why.

WILT, practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle George K. Walker, .q., der; but these, satisfied with their arrangements Yes." are moving towards him they are in a weak place" said the gentle-! ,
West Florida and ia the Supreme Court Oen. W m. Bailey Jefferson county, soon stretched themselves to rest beside Well, we were but a few hundred yards I no, it will not do for mo to S
ftbe State. AUo m the Dwtrict Court of the UOI-I T. J. LiuUn, Esq., from the banks." alrpady.0'1 01:10.'f
their comrades. All were now at rest, this moment the chi f raised ( You
are bill
tha Nurthero l$i trict of Florida. II writing roj
f ed St&tes.in Madison onvery
J. O Putnam
; R. J. FLOYD. Offlc Apalacbieofa. Fla. I Daniel Bell. EMJ Etq.. Hamilton save the inmate of the only tent upon the Do you think" they have found Williamsor and hefi>'f the .hunter could rough .! ." said a client to his attorney.,

t D.: P. IIOLLA.XD, Oflite Qui c.1. Fla. I Augustus Steele Esq., Levy ground, and those of the guard, who, beingnow young S. ? through the bushes it had been hurled. and r Never mind, it baa to be filed before it
1 Dee.??. 1S5J. M --- I J. J. Stalling, Esq.. Oadsdcn off duty, were seated around tbe guardfire. No. What Indian, with all his canning bung quivering in the tree directly alore the comes into court." .
f F WILLIAM S. DILWORTII; I:. Remington, Esq. Tbomaarille Oeo. Anxiety for the fate of his only son, would ever dream of wounded 'nan's climbing head of the victim. What an old fool I hue I .
f Oct. 24, 1867. 43 who commanded the absent party, prevented a tree? A. 'for Lt S. I cannot say, as I got to be," muttered the old man. I might OT When was Rome boflt ?",II Io tb*-
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, I. ----- ----- ---- -- --- Col.] S. (from seeking repose, and filled his I! did not see where he was put." bave known they would not let him die *o night, Bir'J"' "In the night{ How do '

MON'TICELLO, FLORIDA. j G. K CLAEK, mind with the most gloomy forebodings.Suddenly .- Shall we leave those men to die I" said easily. By thunder! what a look the boy make that Mil ," M Why. ,siryou know R. mawa

"\\T7ILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir I! starting up, hf drew his c'oak close young.. Henry. give their chief then. I verily believe the red 'ot boilt in shedsy."s.w M. .' *
>" V cuit and rUG u-. and Lowndea County Ga WATCH MAKER around him, and left the tent. He looked i\o, no," cries a hundred voices. skin will fall in love with him, he bears himself ftt7 John." said a gentlepiaa to bU bat-

Varcb 22. IPSfi. 2-h earnestly at all his men as he rbssed them Who will go to the rescue I" ) so nobly.". The Indians now formed her either you or I mast quit th. boa .."
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--- .An.c1. Jcv'o3or, examine their I will. I wifl"all! of us.'' themselves in circle drew their knives and "
LONG & GALBRilTII, orrasi nally stopping to fea. a Very \Yt'l1.jr, said John ; wbr will
T..L.1'USEII'LA.. "rOU1.D re i>ectfuly! inform the cijrens that of he TalI has- tures. Dut his bearch seemed in vain, for he That woufd'b ..tcomay," said Henry ; with threatening gestures began their dance. your llontr &e after going to t"f
.\TTOR J\S AT LAW, I 'ee. and the public generally, bis when the of it must be a small party, that can act secretly the chief the circle rushedto .
have aitoci taken the old etnd ofJ. C Hall ct Co, where he is turned to retrace steps, figure Suddenly leaving C3 Bir: ;wSattrocgbtTon
LON'O Jt J. B. OALBRAITH for this It there to prlsonl"
with his back enough enterprise. his if to stab him. As
man sitting to a tree captive as quick as
MA. prepared to repair a young ,
the practice of Law. They A couple. of constable "And
themaelrei ID I ar. had
c-tuybt his any who will make one cf a party of twenty thought the of the scout glanced alonghis
will attend the Court in the Middle: Cirrcit.tlie Suproin I Watchrs, Clods, and Jewelry, : eye. S eve liquor anything do'vithjtr* Ye air
Courta and the Distiict Courts of the United Henry," said be rifle, his hand was on the trigger when ,
SutM at Tallahassee.OlSce in a workmanlike manner, anti at Watches the most that re\AOna'fail to I The young man spoke not, but was instantly At this question all were client. ,Cfae unacquainted a strong arm arrested him. Turning 6eref'lyupoo Eliza teased t me so/ ILiad.. .. to; lick- bet.'*
Persons good
bl having
' pp"itethe Court House. I run< rate well from having been badly repaired can rely I before him, raising bin cap as be Ap with tbe character of our back. the in'ruder, be beheld Lt. Henry. who, (& ".1 see the villain I ia youVfcee?* ida

r UoWr 3 18S4._____lv __ n __ :I t.pnn baring them put right at Lie shop. proached. woodsmen might have thought them influenced uneasy at his delay bad eorna forward with Western Judge to a prisoner. 4i a, Ii'.J
Hanckel & Nowell 'I (CJr All woik warranted if well used. -l I You beard those guns to-day I" by (fear ; but it was not so. No one was hb n en. please yoar worship." replied.the prisoner
I Jan. 16, 1858.pfl'1NftSI1lP. *-lj I I did, sir." at first willing to put himself into so choice a ** Are we in f ima ?V* that roust be a personal reflection, tare ."

FACTORS, I -NOTICE.- I "And what think you 'were there more party as tbe present was to be. It wa but For vengeance, i if not for mercy."\ 'OT.Printers with nine children to b
are *
-AXD- I than might have been fired at a few a deer I" for a moment however when one of the The young man glanced bis f ye at the dirk exempted,from taxation ia the State of New

, General Commission Merchants, HII.L&JBCpYLE.JOHN Many more, I should MJ, sir." youngest in camp stepped forward. group around the tree.M How far is it to the York. Very safe l.egr.lalron.lbat! We weald
I You think the absent party in danger I" u Williams is my brother," said he, I river P
8a like
CHARLESTON. to who bad
: M. BILL and JOHN J. HOYLE. of Talla Most c'rtlbIS"And shall claim to be one of the party." 14 Hardly twenty rods." seo printer any thing to
E. w. NOWLLT. i associated themselves together tax after leedtngnmne e ildreo.Gr
F. RAVCKEL. e. Lacing tbi day 1 "
'. Alice think she wouM And I too, said an old banter ; Lt. S. his he ordered four .
in business ctoder the ttjle. name and firm of S you marry Turning to men, In conceat
'IMIET will ell e ery de cripU >n (.f Product or 1 HILL & HOYLE j the man who could sutler her brother to remain I saved my life at the risk of bis own, not.forty ? themselves near the river, four more a The ordinary rate of speed U : Of a,
I Utrehandue, andVi'.l make advances on nil so, without even an effort to save him." eight hours ago." few yards to bin right;, the re I't cautiouslytook debtor with sheriff at his b eU,'12 mil* p#,
ecn,tc wenta.Apian. I and will give prompt attention to oil orders in their f A flash ot indignation pas-ed over the face Choose foryourself, now," cried the men, their places U near where tHe scoo*" hour. Oa.teapot' at an old maid's sotr e,
16&8. jjrjy_ line. They are prepared to execute and carry on the else advanced. !.*>. Of a bottle, at a cooyivul
no one 21.
1 of the ,Oung man ; it was but for an instant as stood & possible. Two of the parties had meeting; ;
AMBROTYPES i cARPENTERING BUSINESS, I however, and a deeper gloom ueceded. Henry stepped among them, touching such orders to fire nn the frt ppnrolittoy Qf a scandal, going the circuit of a null': t

MELAINOTYPES in all its various Lrauchcs anj front their long' expel 'i Cot. S." said lie, I bve not deserved ibis as he wanted on the shoulder. These,laying do 5i>, without ering ctiuntrytowo,4.' -, .
AND the Gear nod Screw Busine, coul -
icnce ia Running I
TAKEN Br BAILEY. and otliT nrx ..j, fc.iju by prompt attention to I roUt yon, for when did I ever give you occa- side their blankets, proceeded to the aide of party by the river were to reserve their :"C:::T" AI: editor, who has probably suffered'
Rfmttrd's Storc. Duress to merit K liberal share of p..troragt'11 | ion to rej'cat an order I And if you have any %Viilittrmsand the bunt r. Henry placed him. fire for any who might attempt to soiw, t.Us"pl bow to slop a pa per. He t
Rooms orrr Drr.g : orders fr n the country promptly executed Call I now, I r.m ready sir." self at the bead, and silently they departed. Several of the nv.iges held in ecJI.- says : "CWll' at the office and"fork op arretrs
-- ? refitted t I from either of the Cooutics in Middle r lori< a, sod i know it I know it but too The hurried shake of the hand and the low short.Micks to which
: 'T1'BE Room! bare bee thoroughly anda j I ; you are I ( were hung some o f tbe gee, and :jorder it stopped, like a man, and nobrelbso
S L are now ia eicellect rendition Tor the purpose I r from Decatur attectico.Kclf a."d Tbm Countic', Oa. J-hall re- good'a soldier for this emergency. I doubt I .. God bless you," was all that passed between scalps they had taken ; A tneso came in fr'nt .ta take it out of .the post office and t

: .fui"Del I\-t i :n. The:-6"ruNic. are i invited U to rail rrite .*. US' h-II m tour willingues{ s fr r *ne service hin'rd! at, I! strongest friends. Ft'rfe'' mom.nii. those o( Chrles they whirled them in hi face, sneak aay !like a -'- '--." j;




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'-'-' In wretched bad taste, : Billy Do"legs InNew_ Orleaji boasting of being the most Apostolic and Scriptural body of men there assembled, many of whom, after 1 J : BY TiLE -
the least of it
they are GRAPE.LATCItI'ltOMiL'p
mt I-1
l rib au &. DUi'lUtI.1 coming as they do from a quarter from which. officlous I, The New OrUnrs Delta Las an amusing account Church in the land. The people do not believe U! ratifying th.e nomination, are rowing the seed of .

of in New Orleans I charge us with having only a Sunday and sacramental discord in the *
Intermeddling in<3-n.oeratic concerns i i. ncith- of the proceedingi Billy Bowlrgs! I but camp. I j .

'..- -- warranted desired nor ioliciteJ. The Democratic It says: t tI religion, and generally keep clear of us.As i The Editor bf the Sentinel, with seance'Lat. I.S of .

TALLAIIA8E : 1 the they will not come to us, we will have to modesty than accessions I 1. .
party ohMs County able to manage its own affairs, We called down at BarcbttrdRytpny go t f usually tlareerze 1 ARRIVALAFRICA.
and will do in its i own way. When it fail to be !j our respect to the ex-King bf the Floridas," but I them, and give them the frequent social, religious I lately niade, o&crs himself aa a slf
3.LTVIL1AY, 3VE &, 19h. 1 drunk fast which rightly love, and to which of the'Democratic and that
equal to this and every bther emergency, witliorttlie i found hi* Excellency asleep .itl no meeting they : party, suggest .

=======- --- Interference and advice of outder. it had one but his young wife by his side, with their I they are entt.l I i compromise is the order of the day," a meeting b .

TALLA.IIAMKB,MARK.CTOlun snd we better disband, and each tf iU.raembers.in imitation youngest born in her arms. We were not surprised Instead of keeping our view fixed on the dead | held, irrttperHre of pvrly, ahd that the gentlemen I j!
4.-lddlo .deiae' e.nt his weakness for .fire- past we will have to take hold on the living nominated on Saturday join in the call and let a j -- --- --
knowing present.
"same to I
"not* & WNt. &I Nt of him of the Senttoti and ft/ew othersof the I see Billy II' h.w 'ioutcMay; 27.-The ;;; ; .
Pi* I LAKI>. from $t t 1'dento.BEIE wait quietly for .something to turn up."- water." We have had the distinguished honor of and provide for the coming future. In the | ticket b nominated by the people.." If-w delight- j from Liverpool, with.steamship date to.jrJ. i .
A COLES, fWfo SrtJceri 1r. I of Church have not I disintcrefted and would the Ati"f the :.
These criticisms would receive from ns more extended meeting the General on several previous occasions, general working our we kept I' ful. patriotic gentle- ; tlree Jay later advices than tl o lt
I and the condition we found in pace with the advance of the age and the consequenee Den nominated on Saturday" pros thein ------------- -- ----- comment were it not that another has Mil yesterday "l City of WaihiiytoH. The
t.\ye. followIng
To Correspondent is that have much wealth and this consider themselves are her .-,
us the necessity of e doing, and we dismiss the subject by no means a novel one. though we were suggestion adopted They p ,ru .*

Our esteemed friend at Cenlreville, .One of the i j by referring the reader to the communication The fact i is, there his been no greater drunkard learning we are lugging behind in the race, instead nominated by the Democracy y of Leon and I | 'rl,, arkcb:

Peo1e,"'yit *eo, with respect to the proceedings of I of Mr. BKIVARD in another part of this day's paper among the Seminoles, since their aepnttion from of leading the van, for which we are well adapted, I not by; the p\olle" irrespective of l l.rtJTIfY j Sal.'; of Cvtt.-i fur the week 57rt bal.

Saturday last referred to by him thattte announcement a the Tallaha"see tribe than this same cunning chief if we accommodate ourselves to the want and demand are before the people and expect to be until it i* I which. ff.oculatc.rtook I2.6IO. and 'I t
we have been author d t make added to England Enforcing the Right of Search bin Bowlegs, though apparently totally uncon of the times. There is no fear of our Church fairly demonstrated that the Democratic pry desire I liSleThe market oj -nej at an aJU&tc uprtfN.1-.;.

"b ue bare made on our own rcspoVibility. No doubt remains, says the Richmond South, uf scions ur what i is going on around when inebriated, becoming over excited, or suffering through enthusiasm 'I other representatives believing tllmiht't.) which'wa4"uVeqn
the ground proposed in his the substantial truth of the of British outrage and fanaticism. She is in more danger of be the nominated candidates of that >Uli..
rover* substantially r'prt con never be surprised or made to answer questions lawfully Isrystnding unaltered, with glow ta.\t\ 0"}'rihy,
Hth .
eommorrfcation, end i& all could I.e desired. upon American vessels. are authenticated sober. and lethar But I trust the recent revi I its honored ml.- t'
tat which! he * iO I"le.s uf mliUJi speculator

We have therefore: hot thought it advisable% to by statement of ar ofca cliaracter. Indeed, The squads were having a gay time of it among \01 religion among her members, \iill arouse us and always, to .advocate its doctrines made \c-ncra- \ 1,0>X>,and expt..rttM ltol l'Ies Time nvuket et!tI.. ,

publish his article. every day adds new instance of aggression upon thenuelves, and from appearance must have indulged to more usefulness, and t a wider influence. For [ 1 ble by time, and glorious by principle. I take i issue I quiet sit the.follo\v5nj; -

our commerce. The fact are clear and incontestable pretty freely. They presented a ludicrous my own part I am desirous, that our beloved Church 1 4 m itli the gentleman on his assertion that .com i I. ( LOTaTto.s:

tol. JWaRbe. and our Government has only to exact a redress sight staggering round with their papooses swung shall prove her claims to Apostolic order by excel: promise is the order of the day." Let him n f.r to lair Orleans 6d., MMJHiKi Orfcafc, '
received communication, ( .
We a lengthy ir
LaT sixteen very from gentleman, relating adequate t the grievance. on their bucks, chanting snatches of Seminole war ling in the Apostolic spirit, ant leading the mul-- I the Tlutonl adopted on Saturday last, and he t tI j bile.7}!.. Middling Mobile .. ill \!
covering pagn this These are not accidental or exceptionable! acts of titudes to Chiiot I be Cnurch find the old :I rl'lr:,
with a Lave stood
We chatted for a while the inter.re may very poor 'i same platform we .e\er 7|d., Mitlilling Upland 7 J.-
personal to himself and others, witha sng. I
t matter indignity) to the honor of the American flg. Ob man, but I can lead souls to Christ for salvation altered in essential
wa not altogether straight, but managedto i by- no partk-ular--.nnd one resolution I SLot-It ..f aide!. 4thto
be inserted in We
it \
that our -,1)1)
reue.t e.1umnl. \iou ly they are the mult of and I am contented ith the title to heaven & -,.
lreJomination. give us the information ished. The emigrationto signs. My expressly declaring that the Democracyxv A.'e\unt from the .Man lit.-tr-

regret that its great lengh. coupled with rcnsonaiinperstive are designed for a specific purpose. Wha that the West of Bowleg and his followers, may vir I trust rests on something more stable than a name I ill preserve its individuality and submit to no able, and holder firm.In !r.wete bY, ,

with UA,'i n*t decline the re- purse T To etr D recognition of the .right of be conidledlbe end of the Florida war although or a boasted Advantage. I thank God that the influence compromise but keep every principle untarnished]I I, London. Sugar
tually was
We Lave not thus far published a single' I .heavy anti Ltd
quest search"-a right which Great Britain has made,frequent .Sum Jo rV the veteran chief with about of your noble paper is exerted in this direc- : with its former watchwor.The Constitution an 1 Cd. to I*. Turpentine firm J.ln. _

word pro or con on the subjects embraced in Col attempts to incorporate in the system of pub twenty faithful warriors still remains and refusesto tion, and I pray your suggestions may be widely I IColowcJ. Southern Rights" for its motto. The remnant e f I Ia IUrretrtf4 t-rdinaire aHU b -h. 61
M'a communication, and desire not to do so. is a lie and which this Government has eottoa was qo >tetl j
law always resisted -
I leave on any term* Sam Jones is said to be one Your brother in Christ, Know Nothingism may come to u', but we cannotgo with wle vfthie week I C.OOU; : I.
rule long since adopted by us,and never knowingly whether asserted in the disguise of .visita hundred and seven jaf old, and in hia'dotage. MASON GALLAGHER. to them. I i bale

dtrt from, not to permit the Floridlan to be, tion" or offered as a stipulation! of conventional He has lost the use of hilegs, but is Mill powerfulin In conclusion, it has suited the convenience of tIlt General New.
mixed up even as a medium, with personal disputes compact It was an abuse of this pretension as a The Meeting on Saturday. Th* Derby had been
Ministry '
the arm, and is obligej to hop about on a long Editor of the Sentinel to intimate that the nttion "I-t taina .n tl,.-
and should we in this instance. however much we belligerent right which provoked the war of 1812. J/T *r*. Editor:-May I request a place in House ot Lord. ly 9 majority,
pole such A are u ed by bojs in leaping. Only one your of the late meeting was tIl. result of 1 preconcerted I ag.lin.c the reluI
may desire t do so, depart from the rule the other It ,a the suggestion of this principle, in the shape of the Arkansas. delegation- was I>permitted to see column!, in order that I may briefly notice an ar- i combination between parties personally intern-ted !!I lion. if et lre. The .1-U-ite OP the crfject ira.

side in all probability would claim a similar favor, of treaty agreement, which the Monroe and Tyler him and he only, because hecas once a member orbs title which appeared in the last issue of the Florida in the result He affirms that he has heard it : progressing in tin IlnS(.f(Ctmiuwn
and thus column after column from week to week. Sentinel and I : The British GoTernmert
Cabinets which for its
with such of impertinent
opposition. acrimony
energy U. S. that fraud and a tam
repelled We believe that Captain Casey, charged by D"mrlt. a k, TnL r a* ten
would be occupied with matters in which our readers councl and iU ttniluooy j Jv ti. micil, tie- c1"sta Jer to the Niagara,in
Failing to of the claim ar t place
get by I'ubllu the Sos. .
D recognition any : A., now deceased, was the only -white man -who e rre. practised on people. I am gratified to say that i the tlo lucLD..I
limited number feel intere t'wlat I tnfn'JI an answer? living the Transatlantic
except a no tifice of diplomacy._ Great Britain his at last as- I euch intimations can come only from source for .Telegraph
ever. We trast this reason for our course in the ___ .CIUblnet"mc/mlle I his never befjfe been lot to before I I SucciA-f.il;
nay have
Wg learned that the appear which I have but
Indians little
w Mt4 *a>*vlVi J b thought to the do not leave until respect and that I shah a f tprimlDI liens nude with
mitigate of her .
pretension. the public in the columns of lliiffhe's
In the enormity Wednesday, during which time Billy will show 1 new"ppr and but fend no man whose good mill I covet in denouncing m.rbinl on tht t.e.
Dr. D'Alton. apology fo search of American vessels fur the fact that the position conceive H rumored tint'
she her zeal in the himself upon many of our principal streets accompanied the imputation, s far as it can Lave the mo-t remote I Lord Stanley futett.T. L..rl
This gentleman seems t be giving entire satisfaction urges supprcsbion of the that I have been placed by fellow-citizens of EHenborough' and
by his bet wife, and 'ill be my myself as and, Sir Bulwrr !..cttt'n take
slave trade, with the confident ; looking pre application t utterly : die
t those on whom he Seethe expectation that the the Democratic party forbids the idea that I shouldnow totally Colonial office
card of the Editor of the Rotne1 olnte.. D. Leonard end will justify the means in the puiKc!: opinion of pared to give his autograph t those who may be occupy neutral ground, I should have meanly false. I have Mtet directly or indirectly I _

and Lewis! Mr. Lively and others, in D. IXA'a. advertisement. the world. Whatever may be the public opinion t prepared to make presents t her. We warn ourreaders this editorial by unnMicc3.: passed individually or through my friends, sought any position : LATARmOI

of the world, the action of the American Government -for Billy, besides being the greatest to be attained by chicanery or mud-much TiE n.unR
In the
*- is not affected by the I drunkard is the greatest beggar alive. He converses I article above refeired to, the Editor of the less is it possible that I could have been instrumental I INDIAN and HAMMONIA.
hyrritica IreextI t'entinel that the meeting being called officially -
cays as
Rev. Dr. Dubose. Pastor of the Presbyterian We stand upon the fluently, both in Spanish and English. in the employment of arts-from which my nature I-
announced in the
fag Floridian
Church in this the 'whether the i On Sunday he went tp to the city proceeded to I &Journal for would shrink} a* from pestilence in NEW t'oaaJuxmeLThe steamer Indian from
city arrived here with his family cargo cargo consist of commodities tie my }
appointment of the arrived .
the City and after delegates t Monticello Con. Lnrlovl| IR at Quebec. an l tIlt Itamnm
from Boston lot1 having registered his very soul I loathe and I
from Atlanta from despise.I
Ga. or Africa.
Wednesday l !t.Kxtrm negroes In thi vention, and for euch other >Hamburg has arrived at New York. TV
the name repaired to the parlor and amused the ladies bnine5 a might come am with .
-. spirit President to vindicate the honor before it, had reference respect. t bring Liverpool dates to the 19th May.
no the
Railroad Trip.. of the country. prepre addressing a remonstranceto congegte there by good-naturedly answering candidates to nomination of Your obedient servant, I The sales of Cotton in the Liverpool market for
for the "
We are requested to say that an extra trip will be the British Government, he has dispatched a naval many question put to him. The ladies were was therefore Legislature, and that Us acton TIIEO. W. BREYARD. JR. I I the ttrs two and days reached 12,5nO bale. of which extH>r

made this day (Saturday) to Sf Marks and back force t the Gulf with instructions to prevent I of course astonished to find him s well posted to the D usurpation" of authority not delegated TitL.uivs, June 2d. 18o8. I were barely speculators maintained.took l"on.OOt b1t' (JHotarior.
instead of the wild meeting. Harsher terms were employed : ware 'JU.tl,1 II't
letting Tallahassee Depot the usual hour repetition of the outrage. We have confi Jenc6 in savage they had taken him for but "- t 9'1 .
a in this
place I desire to notice lila Democratic :
They plagued him considerably about his small : position fleeting In Leon. I
1 o'clock. The cars will also berun_ on the effect of this energetic decent .
next, over the Pensacola & Georgia Railroad Tuesday, exhibition of pride, Great p1e.fer a hand, but Billy said it was the (family mark, and not regarding the personalities. Did the At a meeting of the Democratic r.rtyor Leon I General Intelligence.
wit Britin wl renounce he of ) nominaton. as he asserts, take the County convened on 29th, 135rt The Proceedings mere
the view of affording the delegates to the MontkelloUonvention pretension and apoloeize for her rudeness. was proud them. party by surprise Saturday May at I The drlxite on the ofPlr1amflt unimportant

which on Monday, the opportu .- r One of the ladies asked him how he came to be ? A concise statement of facts is, probably, the Court House in the City of Tallahassee, pursuant l/tl. Li wa* .on the
nity of returning on that day, should the Conventionget Marion CODut I so brave. Billy :answered "I was born so, ma- the DOt complete refutation cf this statement to previous notice On motion, 1MV1IJ I'. I .'r a.Tvitf fins been received from India._

through its business ia time to do tp. The ( A meeting was held at e.l, Marion County,, dame." As:early in the Rth of May a notice was given in IIOGUE, Esq., we called to the Chair, and Hrcii Azinc'iar' had been reieYI.I. The rebels hal been

tin on the 21rt of which Dinner the Iloridian Journal the Democrats of Leon, A. CoRLEv to act Secretary. I defeated near Many were killeil. and
will leave the at 9 o'clock en Tuesday morning May, appointed the (following being announced, he politely withdrew & t requested A five taken
and reAin Dfpt Walker's Mill until in the gentlemen a Delegates t the State Convention from the presence of the Indies, and taking the arm that a meeting would be held in the Court House, The Chairman announced the object of the meet- ; only IuD.rt!seventy. prisonm. The Engli.lw.swa.'
evening. l viz: CoL S. B Owens, Ulric Reddick Gen. J. J of one of the clerks, walked into the saloon and at Tallahassee, on the 29th of May, in which, after I _

Commander, Wm. D. Branch, CoL A. G. Summer,, drew up D chair 4 the head of the table, and went a statement that the primary object of the contemplated On motion the CTiairman appointed a Committee I" Further by the Indian.

The Meeting B. F. Meyer, DJ- W. J. Keitt meeting would be the appointment of delegates Consisting of two from each Qitntr, June I.-Sales of Cotton in
on Saturday and Its Action.. Col. S. St Geo. Rogers into the eatables i ia if he had fared sumptuously all persons precinct r'-prc- for the three Liverpool'

The proceedings of the meeting held on Saturday Dr. J. S. Lewis, J. F. McDonald, J. W. Pearson,, his life to tho Monticello Convention, the following ae ted t prepare bu>ines* for the meeting \*-hit h declined an Jd.Jays on 17,000 the better bale The market hal
last, which are pub1iae in another column, have W. S HarrisB. M. G. Gary, D. Souter, J. Tperad ----- I language is used: Ul deemed advisable, the meeting Committee: consisted a follow : I tIling qualities no change "-1 gad](orted. (tn.liLoBreadrtuffs 'n Mid

been the subject such marked comment that we J. Helrenston. Rust In Oats can at the same time nominate candidates for .hm lalalas-see-F. L Yiller.itrue. anti- -I'_- n I m.rKt ..1..1 fr.

feel it our duty unpleasant as i may be, to refer A very general complaint i* made by our plant I the Legislature or agree upon some subsequenttime Brokaw. .ere rl'lel quiet and provision-

t them specially. Daval Count). ing friends in this vicinity of a disease that has recently I when such nominations shall be made." Ccntr'rilhe-lr. T. D Lamar .an.l J. J. steady.The sale

It would The following persons have been appointed delegates appeared in (1. and which promises appears then, that so far as the assertion that. I FelkclL days to speculator Liverpool fur tlie time
perbaps erve but little to t no were 1.6UO hairs, and
purpose enumerate to the Convention at Monticcllo from Duval seriously t affect the yield the growing crop.- nominations JI IaJltlieo1; E"an.and Lem'lJonM. .Manchester 1 cJ..rt.r i/set Lalt
at this point the oljection in the In and effect it resembles] the disease were contemplated i concerned, it is .. advices were regarded fu
the urged County t'i: Wm. rothe, J. G. Butler, If. 3 J Sad appearance in wheat, and has made same net only unfounded: in fact, but here Callmun'aSltop-h. Brunt and N. W. Flonr was reported Jnll. meeting to nomination of candidates at that itself know this season, I we see a positive 1 JMt quiet Ind rn
ler G. C. Acosta, A. J. Miller, A. A. for the first Holan.1 quiet at a slight d'dint. Korin was dull
time. It is certainly a far more agreeable duty toodeavor Doggett A time within the recollection of our oldest announcement, three weeks prior to the neeting Roach' X Xoadi-Dr. G. W. Rice at K anti
Geo. and most PI quiet.
C.noV. !f. Gookin intelligent The I
to reconcile Ione\ Robt Jacks p1anter extent of on the 29ih in the recognized of the '_
temporary digeemenL C. Somers, Sam'l Fairbanks. the malady we have not a1crineJ. but that it is organ log.'f" D'tttilltry-Dr. Lucian S. Duval
than to foster and encourage any feelng Jist. quite general must be inrlrld from the fact of its Democratic party, that nominations for the Legislature JlollaJ Sthool Joute-Adin Oliver. Fight In Kan".".
isfaction that .00 existence in Baker and Calhoun I were in the of that New Yowc, May[ 27.-lu-"patche-
counties and in contemplation 1"(1
too our
may ui"titi"facton. not REV. THOMAS paper. The Committee retired and after consultation
with the candidates themselves, as we understand, the TiE Gospel who was. GUDE located an by aged the last minister Florida of vicinity,, in Alabama.this State Our, and in RUl"l and :Macon Again, in the i issue of the Floridlan &Journal I submitted a series of Resolutions, which were severally from Kano. saying that a fight had taken

but with the Conference died in Brunswick the does not embrace dated May 23d the is altered place between the settlers wl.., were expelled fruit
manner in which they were brought on 4th inst. He other localities, but we doubt not its expression somewhat considered and adopted as follow s:
is eidentuow wa elty.eigbt year of age, and had actively preys in form, but nowise in Lynn county/and Crt Montgomery (A frw Stuff
out I we think that the proceeding Len lence elsewhere. The cause it is to comprehend substance I is exprcsily Democracy of Leon

on Saturday was premature, and that it would We work believe of the he was ministry the first( great{ many for it is seen in all descriptions n easy of soil, stated in that pApr. that the meeting would I 'UITle bled for deliberation, and the 1 COUDtJ r ae-mm-Delegates lc.der)and his gang, in which ten of the lattrrwere
year and alike kilie 1.
have been the better and etholst places which have been ,visited with appoint delegates to Convention and :< >
more pru4nt course to minister we ever saw or heard preach.- abundant rain or hate been with cle \ to a DersocfaJic State Convention, deem it
ha TO deferred the Argv May 36. aflctcd transact whatever business of a different
nominations t some subsequent -Columbv*2lmei.We nature a fitting occasion to renew their declaration of From Wanlilnstoii.WA .

occasion ; but from what we know of the candidates Mr. Gardner was well known in this section, having have heard the same disease spoken of in this might be brought before it What business of a I attachment to life principles of the Democratic !ni>cTox, May 28.-In the Senate tvtLiy-

we are confident that they would tot consentto I occupied Ministerial relations in this city and section, and that, in consequence of it, npprchensions ,! different nature could have arisen? The exprs party; therefore be it committee FureigI1t1tionl male a strong rv

occupy their present position were they convinced I surrounding country. He was eteme for his are expressed that the crop will be measurably don could nut have referred to the drafting of resolutions 'Rexolred, 1. That we heartily of the administration port committed. reslltir against the recent

that the general sentiment of the Democracy ia : fervent piety and ment1 gifts. After life's fitful 1 fiurc. ,for the appointment delegates came under Of J3.u Buchanan,approve anti believe that- I the GulC outrages The committee fully.n endorse"'a the vewl Eaten in

against the m.nne of their selection. Indeed we fever, he sleeps well.. - the head of "Resolutions;" nor could it have referred it has been so conducted, a to !tren. hen the Union I tire measures fthich have been taken: to top thetcnggressicns.

are authorized to make tliU statement; and we add ","arleC In Mens.31ists. ." to the selection of pennnnint business committees promote the welfare aid happiness of the pen : .

furthermore, on our own responsibility Ina1e arc Among Xiethodit the proceedings Church for Official 27th ult .JONES d DTKE,will oblige one o their sub since there is no rival party in the Stffte pie 2., and That elevate we re-aflirni the character the platform of tht onnlr'broad In the House the p..t.il, army, and ocean mai* _
latii/leJ they nIl dtt'rJul'rlit to any future action of the General Conference of the scribers by publishing the enclosed letter. lay to originate such necessity at this time. The established by the National Democratic Convention appropriations were pasacil.Woiitssrox .

in the prnniici tAa tie Democratic Party of tie Methodist Episcopal 29, 165$. "hat could the expression mean, in the view of the I at Cintnnat. 8 a true index of out aims pur May 20.-In.the Senate to-day there
Church South was the election of ant was a tliIten.i-n
Church warm on the British
County may tee proper to tait. NEW people? Surely nothing else than nomination poses al DAten t which they rrlJte; 8n that : outrage rests
officers, with the following result: O"1Go. YORK:, .prI23d. 1858. 1 we will or continued application in the lutions. Mr. TnTIs wanted to seize the
It may not be amiss to state here, for the information J. B. General Book Agent hSS. FinroM, (of the Episcopal Recorder.") of candidates (O tho General Assembly I administration of national steam frigates Styx and Buzzard an.llibL
of our brethren in other parts of the State who K. Abbey McFrrn.Fnancd Secretary of Publishing I have read with unusual interest your article on of the State. Not only did this seem to iiysvlf and 3. That we aprrove : ACt anti votes of our The appropriation lJ1as then iliscuwed.

may not understand the cause of the family jar" House. i .Variety in Means" in the Recorder" the 17th I those -with whom I conversed the manifest intention Senators and Representative Congress in refer- In the House the proee.ino were unimportant

nistnJ among u', that the dissatisfaction admitted T. O. Summers. Book Editor. I inst I read it with the more interest inasmuch c of that paper, but the Editor of the Sentinel ence to the ddmisEion of Kansas into the Union. W\MHNCTOt, June Senate toIay a lilt
L. D. Huston, Editor of Home a 4. That we have unabated confidence in was reports the
exist intimated Circle was entirely convinced of the the abil \protect property of Amiieri-an;
as already, grows out of :>o personal II. X. McTyeire Editor Nashville Christian Ad- i I have been carrying out in practice for the last r prba"ity that I ity and patriotism of our representative in Congress citizens against outrages in Mexico or Central :\

objection t the nominees before the people.So vocate. few weeks, all the means suggested in your season I nomination would b made on that day, that he the lion. Geo. S. Hawkins and that we wi cordially merica.

far from that being the case, the ticket selected L Ro or, Editor Riehirond Christian Advocate. able article. himself nominated a ticket, on his own responsibility contribute to his re-election. In the house I bill a-as reported to obtain ret.-"as

on Saturday will compare favorably with any that li II. Myers, Editor Southern Christian Advocate. We have had in our city a remarkable visitation in the issue of his paper immediately precedingthe 5. That we believe presm ing perfect and pure for tire seizure vf the Lark .\Jriate
D. R. MeAnally, Editor St Louis n Democratic In our and
Christian organization State.
hat been presented by any party in Leon at any Ad.vocate. of the Holy Spirit, fur exceeding any that I have I meeting on the 29th u1t He says, after referring The Democratic Party and Democratic County principles Important from California and Central

previous time. But the objection is that the nominations S. Watn. Etor.JempMI Chri!tian Advocate. before -it'e:3c It i is similar t the ontpouiing. to the primary object of the meeting, .I party have saved the country ; an:1 call upon all Southern America

were made in the absence of a distinct and C. Gillespie, Editor New Orleans Christian Divine Grace in your own city, and in numerous considerations aN to be discarded in the Congressional men to join its ranks and take part in i its I NEW YORK, May 23.-The stcamr )fos Tayl. r

Advocate.J. election how much Otis 'ork, but we hate no cf-.tipromiscs to has arrived with California to in. .
general understanding that such action was to be places in Our Ijnd. greater the necessity news ] 7th t -
Daily meetings for lori'l ill
had at the meeting referred to. I is said, with P.. E Mailing Cornea,Editor Editor Texas Christian Advocate. were at once demanded. Our brethren of prayer other for the adoption of this rule with regard to the selection accept 6. That the Democracy of Leon County She brings np\rnrds of one all a million del!

force and truth, that it is a rule always observed in O. P. Ftzleral.1, Eunldica1p10gist churches appointed for every evening.I .- of candidates for the Legislature." After viewedith satisfaction the evidences S far given, lars in sj>ecie.

calls for public meeting, especially when it i is designed n 1'. letUn. Northern Christian Admcatl. emmence with t"o meeting a iii m lecture-room, II I referring t the claims of James T. Archer, he goeson by Governor M. H. Perry, that he will dischargethe I New goM mines Lad ben discovered in Ill-

that such meeting shall engage in party I 1: %. -,-Secretary of.Missionary Society.- bat was. soon compele t bare a prayer) I I to say .We Lave heard the najnes of E or ,high W.-'tinn trust. imposed on him without four, favor l..ijh .American l'osaeaaiuns of immense extant

mater t apeciiy the object for Which the meeUnl Cabell, Maj. John Beard and Wilk. Call suggested reaching, to the American Territorr. This cauSed
: convention Tnu COBAL REEFS or every evening in the church. This I have continued 7. Tliat the following gentlemcnbeappointed by
ia to be In the official call for the FLID\-\ last meeting for I a candidates." this to f ettltlcnt among the digger
held meeting of the Boston Natural now six: weeks, giving a short practical meeting represent this County aa Delegates gent
an question, if it was intended to embrace not only History Society, Paofes- familiar exposition of Scripture on each I this docs not sufficiently)' prove what his expectations in the State Convention to be held on the 1st Mon Kinntj's party had. attempted to tlptn
sor occasion.
the appointment t>,( delegate t the State Convention Agaseiz gave an account of lilt recent visit to I have also called on church members and visitors I were. nothing eln. Why were the names day inrjune next: D. I>. Hogue C. B. Gamble, John I Greyto'n. Captain Kechedy of the U. S. sleep
the reefs of Florida, and his explanations of coral- my B. G.lbraith. F. L. Yillepi<*ue, C. E. fl ke, T. W. .
but also tin of these ) Jamestown ta'ctk'tliem
nomination f and
of mentioned
candidates for the for remarks, and sometimes gentlemen if he had not been prisoners sent them tot
I have Brevord Jr. John
ine growths. He estimates the rate of coral growth or prayer. Beard, Jas. T. Archer, Richard
General .mby.* it was unfortunate in this, that to only a { inches in found the testimony of the recent produce : convinced that nominations would be made? Does Saunders" G. Troup Maxwcl Ewar Houstonn, I Aspinwall.
a centur-
It only specified as a d l/i"t otiject the appoint twelfth L part less ev than has been hitherto or a great efec upon the congregation.eoner I use not the article which follows in the fToriJian & James E. Broorae, P. n roJw, Long, Rob The cholera wa*raging t Gautemaln.

ment of delegates, making no cllusiou whatever supposed ; Griswold' prayers, composed for such Bsho Journal of the 29tH-nlt, in complimentary notice ert Her, JaracsS. Kirkscv, A' L \01- I French agent .erc negotiating Ir Nicaragua
and EuppoMiig the reef rises from a depth of twelve ocsion I at W. Scott Joseph Christie, Patrick Smith
the more matter of the selection of the of the above-mentioned admit transit route. franc are saJJ to have
gentlemen, the
gT a legislative fathoms, he would calculate iU age its arrival opening and frequent singing of hymns, and probability Stephen Houston, Lemuel. Jones, F. A* l yrd. It. C. 6Q.0)OJ
tckt. left that important transaction to at the surface of the water to be about upon close with extempore prayer.I that candidates would {nominated Williams, T. B. Lamar, .mf J. Felkn, J. John I been subscribed by France for this purpose.

b* inferred from obscure and indefinite expressions, firs thousand twenty- have requested those who desire remain for Ileaf its language : .A second object for its (themeeting' Williams, A. S. Cole, James Brad Market
and the total of the t Report
(4M age ford J. C. Crenshaw Jesse
which might mean anything or nothing just as distinct concentric of the southern special prayer, and for religious conversation. I I *) consideration will b the nomination of Sounders, G. W. ParkhTll, M. Rulern. Hbiton New Yosa. May 27.-Salt* of Cotton. 2.0UJ bale

person i attendance saw proper t construe them. of the peninsula to be rees one hundred thousand extremity have always found some desiring prayer in their candidates for tie Legislature. As i is to early in McEvy. Green Chaires, CoL Jos. Chair Dazed, Adin Noah Ol i' Market declined t Middling lrLntll2. Flour

That many at the meeting honestly went there with ProfcsAr William Rogers said that the yer behalf remaining after the services were concluded.- the season, we presume that these nominations will Robert Butler,James Willis,R B Carpen heavy. Salts .3.fOl bbl* iaf1

the expectation that a nomination 'A to be made, conditions B physical The deepest solemnity and Interest be deferred t a later but will be for the ter, W. D. Bloxham and J, P. Coiea. I 20XIO( buova ft. Soles9,100 blM;
t i
could not have differed much in that ha pervaded pr eh Turpentine firm. dull.AtAfHTA .
is region 8. That this
I steady.
unquestionably true; but it is ; to appoint when meeting do'n 'preed to the nom- kin r.e
equally true andunquestionable every The result have meeting they shall
been tbo
a hundred thousand from what meetg. very encouraging. b of for the May : % light.
:ren ago they taLon Candid.t ttn .
that made/ rat :
likewise other words the
many attended and Twelve adults candidate be Lgsltore.
now are, and consequently that such a calculation many of them heads of 'i On motion of)Ir. R. C. same Committee I New YOI") 28.=Sale* of cotton 1.200 bale
many stayed away under the impression, just as families, baptized Easter I nominated either now or at the discretion tle
hreati. at
could be made were dar. Others are CnI : an ith decline. Middling Upland
reasonably upon the data accumulated were authorized ceDt toou.la
the I
nonestly entertained, that no such action was con Professor didate for the The communion on Easter of the meeting, basing its presumption that ac t report names of Candidates lit .i*. lfn1aimrm //iflforinrp Iredr. t, -

templated. And it i because such action rae had, by Apassiz. D. D. F. Weinland was much larger rte than before. day tion would be deferred, not upon a want of power for time Legislature under time 8th relutonlor 1 ers demand a reduction. four firm, sales of I5.00O
called The
that the dissatisfaction alluded has attention t a fet observed by him while i ever people ap delegated the convened the consideration of the meeting.The bare. Wheat active, N 15O/00 bushels.-
much value t assembly Saturday,
From this brief t ar.en Ilayti which would seem to involve a more pear 6 t the meelng that I Committee retired and after deliberation slightly declined, with sales of 42.000 bushel-
statement, it will be rapid but the fact that it was too in the re
seen, the discontinue upon early season -
trouble t.t growth of some kind of coral than Is the I find tt hae strength given the names of John Galbraith Robert C. Spirits Turpentine firm at 4 cents per gallon.Ilosin .-
whatever i may grows out of nothing generally me proportional tt and -thus recognizing jurisdiction of the meeting pre B steady and Rire lnlL
He there my day own heart
mor noticed branches of my Christie
serious than a mere u/te a species ,Joseph ,and Theodore W.Bre vard,
question of usage, a usage i* has been blessed while for either purpose. NEW YORK Slay 29. Cotton sales 500,
it madrepore from three breaking the bread of mark
to five Inches up Jr. suitable -
above the ,
true, bur upon what all agree i i. right is itself, oriace of the life others. Now i respect t the character of the meeting, a t represent Leon County !j (1'preS.rates noniinnl. Flour heavy sales .
but the instance water, which must have during t t in the next State Legislature, which 1O. Wheat firm sales 120,000 bush-
before us, there gown have only that it in report was received i i deline.I
certainly I have was number -
the seen no evil result thus far In the t say respectable
could have been winter of three months, the system, and the nominations ratified. i j eli Corn !IC 42,000 busJiela declining. Turret-
no and
pemette intention to de water i il high. but extensive and unmixed gct>d. I am respectable in talent, pure in Its Democ I On motion | tine steady. Rice firm
from, for he conince Mr. Galbraith, the name of "
par mo b tyro indeed in politics list our Church i i. shorn of her legitimate strength racy The propriety of a nomination 'u fully die I "lk I New ORLEA5S, May 29.-Sales of Cotton
who Call added the
deludes list of JOtJ
to he
himself with the s that party obligation M roTe: Memphis Ledger : .With and influences. Ly abstaining from the use of cusaed, and the result was a large majority favor ticello'a Convention.t Delegates Mon- j bales, markt unellangc Middling 11} @ Ill.f.f }
can be at any time imposed, will be at the '- of the measure Judge Allen i Sale* > Stk
time subsidence cf tie waters on the Arkansas shore, healthful and holy means" which our D mean to insinuate The wasaddrese.nl oCIle 31.0. KeceipU 125.
Craa meeting John j
any by B. Galbraith.
hgue In the absence of a clear and brethren have found that this constituted : : 232,50.I
mosquitoes are useful irresponsible
becoming BO thick that the eminently which majority
general that euch un let s and Joseph Christie. Robert C. William, Theodore W. J I MOBILE, Jlay;: 2*-(Friday) -.Cotton N*** J.cro
g obligation fifteen be clique political junto ? 5 il it his .
are beneficial or
too its might more object}
soon, *being obscured with us, from the
ray RreeipU -
be then and by possession Brevard, Jr., and WilL Call ,: de1ine1 J. Sales of the week T.OOO.
In justification t of incnre the twararing insects, as they were by the clouds of the conservative power of our Lturg. We simply to saddle his charges upon the Cmmitee? the adjourned.D. !! 2,80 against l.OOOL Stock on hand 6f.

be thai the te action of the meeting it may arrows at the battle of Fhanali A man can stand I nee prayer meetng during the ; we need ILls a weir known fact that the Convention refusedto .nd thereupn meeting. P. IIOGUE, Chairman. ,:I NEW YORK. May 31.-Sale* of Cotton to day 700
reare rpoken nomination In of Cnddte had In Ilopefield and with his stick write his name into to have our open their mouths fot.Crt and make a nomination except through the agency ofa Hccn A. Comer, :I: bales. Market irregular and prices nominal

ible and editorially these elaml as a p murk clond.AXOTHEK to tell other what he hs done for teir soul*.- committee. Who, le me ask, composed this com. &ctlar CIMELBTOX, May St.-Sales of Cotton #'lay
perhaps probable event Tins have The rmtteeT I cued not their HOt bales, at 10f Q 121.| JIarkVt unchanged.
those who may le 'I r- apostle charge us"not t forsake the assembling give a complete list of f ARM? PAT.-The following turns are received per

urged a nomination to believe that the Runt DC TUX MississiTTi.-St, Louis and ourselves together, but exhort one another I names; suffice it t say it contained, with one exception year by the several. officer named : IGeO |j| CUARLUTOK, Juno ?. P. M.-Coltoa sale today
expectation of such action )Uemphi dates of the ult t array j 700 baleu, at to 12c. Latter strIct 3Ii'h1lng.iMarket -
'a general, otherwise 2t announce heavy dan This I have : our entire delegation in the General Assembly Scott
they would hare r.iarsngoCreek riven, bridges sought to carry out in this $1 P,2U; Gen Wool.. $8i8 54 ; Gen. f'! depressed and drooping. -

true unquestionably favored a pt.Inlent on the ... ere effort, I believe God has Llc it ,Including Our present Senator, Sorely thatis PcrsiferF. Smith. 8.189; Adji G(n Cooper, 5,003; ; MOBILE, J'ane 1.-COTTON.--Th aaes f of cotton today

I I 1 was the official call, r nine feet in twelve hours, andat Memphis the While our Liturgy i invaluable in our regular a gT charge Indeed which arts that gentlemen Maj. McDowell, 4,(O; Col. Tottcn. 4,643; Gen I reached 600 bales at 11} cents for Middling
any article
Jet etr of ours, that fixed the ob Mississippi ".within nin..iche of its highest Sunday services, its rigidity and inflexibility most e recently endorsed, in character and principle 1iamne-. 5.031; CoL 14)., 3,519 an,l the general j' 8ale. for time past three days 6600 bale, and the
o th meeting, baL we are not Mint during the IUn Ti for New the united receipt for the same time 2,150 bale
from bd ner be relaxed by of the
Orleans. by familiar support colonels
Party .
this fact t avoid any dip weekly services, or we shall I average receipt are 4.80 Lieutenant NEW OttEA-cs, June 1.-COTTOS--Sales of Cotton

attached what we responsibility b me-. never gain a hold on the popular heart in this coun- are to utterly destitute of correct feeling, a t eon- f L.Colonels, 4.(; Majors, ,OOi; Captains 2.30 1 to-day 3.500 bales, at unchanged prices. False for

subject t previously said on fle W.l Connolly, of New York, convicted of bar- try. Our Church lies been organized for ,seventy stitntc .an irresponsible clique and p1tie junto." Lieutenants, ,OOO. 1 the past three days 13.00O bales and receipt in the

The brng .lT&at Cincinnati, ha* been re yen we nimbcr but one hundred and I dismiss the assertion a too ) aburd fur Mme time 4.9:0 bale* Sterling Exchange ia qneCNeif
utrorir criticism of'th in new sentenced to twenty days imprisonment five twenty- comment. plpbl A Yankee describing an edat7(7k-
&riJd members. In Curler :
this conneton deserves pasting notice. To in the county* ji and to pay A fine of thoun a population of twenty- "I t yon what ur, that man opnent. .say.a ; YOM. June I.-Sales cotton Unlaj- l. Whales
b. ten dollars. five million' And this notwUh'tan
decline a nomination made .nd ratified br"the J I- tcarrv.." nothing; I II t'pl- are nominally qnc-tfl at HI ct Kcfl

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Th- diplomatic e')rrc'poitJe.n<>e between Lord h I. .small I II 111 relation to the Market of the City of Tallaftaiutc $70OOO WEBER& DA3THHEIHEH
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m<- .- unIAti..r.ctorYllature of our relations Tal'lahaMtte. That
,\m..t-k.a on the thetlaretrftJe. AL prudleed against patent medicines, City City of an or- .'
? ti subject Yo\tly come for- pl.Eataod TO BR IUD -ASB PKALXAS IJf *
ward sad loath' its I I the Tallahassee and Pensacola & Oeo. dinaice approved July 13, 1857, repeal I
lira demands the j O
ill.'l.niied' T-ry State* t we) increase were making l.er xquadron en upon the coast Red the r.loIne: trlarpb.DhQc upUing'or.' I;i ItAIt-ItOAD. ing an ordinance entitled an Ordinance to establish FOR $10 DOLLARS, I READ Y-MADE CLOTHING

?! Africa to aaiet us in putting donn the trade in I IUM oTn.i.r,Shelby Co.. )., Apr*.It9. ---- --- and regulate the Market" of the City of Tallahassee is : 'fDI'
-lav**, oar own proceeding* in regard to the Oolr. I I J1 Fleming Br *.-I am a practicing physician, resi. ': ON anti after Friday the 4th of June the freight and for other. purposes be and same hereby SWAN & CO.'S TnRIE, GENTLEMENS1 FURNISHING _BOODS.f"pHE .

.ure euch as.to give General ( a s" frirrisht to I I ding permanently in this,place. In the Tclr, 1W3, when a I!I and passenger Train on thee Roads will be repealed.Sea 8. ISa it fln-t ther ordained, That the said ordinance AUTHORIZED by the SlATfi of GisO I' :

.'hrjI" with incon-Ltteni-y. The liutli i i. that rc.ideuloftleSlaU.ofMwo.iri. I became, a('ua'nttd with I i run tii i weekly follows, (Sundays excepted:) I II I entitled An Ordinance to establish and SUBSCRIBERS are ao'opeuag. at

i hc'. l..rcibl prevention of.lae.trading i iP pradi "1i :, the..uperlor At virtue of Dr.. M'Lane'. Vermllge.lrl'la.d by I I Between Tala/4u, and St. MaL : i i regulate the market of the City of Tallahassee, andor THE following SchEme"ill be drawn by S. Swan tbeSeexttoMessre.O.'Megi5n1aa jjrX g
y' some mor lfi ure l>
failure. tteiT.
i mODnt 111 81.1 yon re.oullof Leave Tallahassee MoDdays W'f'dneldY".laJ Fri- otlur purposes" patuted 21 July, 1823, revived Co, Managers the Sparta Aeademj a wall selected Stock of SPRING ami J&t
i'he conduct of our government ,1I1f1 of ullr wj'iadI an expcriiueiit I n I, not been sneh as to conciliate! .1 riiiviit ill w .rJHf8.hor *. L. CAETKK, M. uP MAY 1858, at Augusta Georgia, in public, under
: I I month, when the Trains will leave at 9. unless those hereby revived and declared to be in full force, except WEAR.

. t I',. netter of our late demand It'u !J rued a ____ __ i Jays shall fall Monday Wednesday Friday, : so much,of the.7th section as requires person the ..uperinteodenceofCommivsioflPrLCLASS .
the ins up : of French and lil Cloth. Cii
.in.' t.> Jcu-ilan and uutsof mir prc-oit i consisting in part Jtn
I P. O. R in I
tu per which case the exposing beef for sale within the limits of said City
!, ....I-.t #j>tcm (,fonililo prevention. Kxt 'r Hall :: $hip, liCW bourofdeps.rture &L as R at 1 1.) i I to exhibit: the head of tho beef so offered for sale,and 18, !i sirneres And vestings of the latest style and best qu.uity
I !:\.>ttT Hall slst"-"nu-ti, think) only of the n "!.. I I whki! they are prepared to make up to order ana J'
i : ,t ..( the 4ircumilaiiteiliici: immediately lR.di -- -- -- -- Arrive at St. Mark... .. .. 12.15 P. M excepting also the 8th. section of said Ordinance In Ta be Diawn in the City Augusta, a.. in publicOn I workman-like and fashionable manner and oo RCA

i .::1. T.'l while th.s; i* the ca.e then! i-only tIe!: 01.1, PORT ;ST.: MARKS. Leave St. 3.30 P. M. ,I relation. 3.to He slaughter further houses.Sec. ordained. That it hall' not Saturday. Jvne 6th 18GS. eoxABLS Tcava. Also, a good assortment$t
when the train will leave at
.' '11 '::!hteJ p.il.iinlir! \ to !I.c U\,ki-] for in these -- ---- -- -- ----- -- (except on FritlY. 3)) READY-MADE CLOTHHte.
----- ------ lawful for butcher other -
,, ------- Arrive 4.45 P. M., be any or person slaughtering CLASS ID I ..
( .: ' t This pLiljtiil.r\ j is weak toc<>i Louse or pen near to the business or inhabited parts T. be Drawn in the City of Augusta, ;a public, Coats Caft&Imere, BUS!s Coats, Black sai
Left for West. And when to connect with
C'ftGc same day on Sundays
t :iv. infl nee c..rrult"f'"tcJ interest The which I". $. mail.steamer Alantc.Key T.lbt from Key Welt Left the line of Mail necessary between New Orleans of said City, for the slaughtering of any beef cattle On Saturday, June 12A, 186$. Colored Raglans and Ovet Coats, 'Black" and Fancy
I.. i i\i" 'rown cponder anti -.I.av.t comma next tm> Stf'amerplying et within the limits of Qreosd-ae
rning fo X. Orl.anL sheep or Logs nor any place Doeskin and Cassimere Psata Figured
. ,1 rf every rr Mit'Uive Up naturally hope* that Sthr. Wild Pigeon O'Leary Sew Orleans Key Wottt lanna. arrive at, and said City without a license so to do, first bad and CLASS 20 and Fancy Silk and Cassunere Vn tL
Marks ISth and of
from St. 29th each
l \ .'i'y \e-cl I f e 6ijltr upon the coast of Afiie.i may IN PORT, depart on obtained from the Intendant ind City Council, and -

f. ::,'ut to l I.e a ".{''lire1 i tIta, <;< at. consular or Brig General Bailey,Xoj ea-loading. Bchr.Wild Pigeon, month. any person offending against the provisions of this To be drawn In the City of Augusta, Ga, ia public, -.clL8.0-

; '. t 1\\:"o. Jeirc o jxrjH-tnatc the present syi-tem OLcsry-dlacharglng. 0 PcnMcol& Georgia Rail Rod a Tri-wcekly section shall on conviction fiffeit anti pay a fine of I On Saturday June 19f*, 1858. A good assortment of black aDd fancy silk cravats

t e v :,1'11 makes hi* placevl.at it i is: on.l the HritUhi trin run on Mondays, Wedn ,Jays and Fridays not less than $10 nor more than $20, and the said and ties shirts.merino silk and cotton under. skirts,

; '>- i haM lI'ou.1aalh'r wink at Bating than hate : house or pen shall be pulled down and removed as a CLASS 21, collars, socks gloves,&e.

f ,'rica in the Intimate' ralia trade.: Recently Arrived Leave Talb-hassee . .. . 7 A. M.
"ol11l"te| public nuisance, by order .f f the loteadant, on conviction To be drawn ij the City of Augusta Ca, in public The cabscribers are new beginners and not entirely
t. .' would not IHS cifliouit to proc from faet how AM WILL REMAIN IX TALLAHASSEE ONLY Arrtve at Station No. 3 (Walker'n Mill). 8.60 A. M. of the offender. unknown to the community and -they pledg.

t :lit!' able th'n philnjithrcpy i is to eontrol the war. NF.XTTURDAY tbe 12th inst. LaveSttionNo.2..9 A.M. SEC. 4. Be further ordained. That all Ordinances Saturday, June 2fifA, 1853, themselves to give satisfaction to*U who. may favor

t t.. i ke and diplomatic mnchiiu-rv which act in the 11.1 Arive at Talahasee. .. .. .. A. Id.On and part of Ordtnances.inconsistent th.thcpro-: OX THE PLAN SINGLE NUMBERS. them with their patronags.

i..me of Eic-ter Hall on the \Vistotfet of Africa, CORNS Fridays an accommodation Train will leave the visions or.i his Ordinance, be and the same are hereby J. WEBER po

Lilt fo net* a* to hinder the gmiin tra&!.', and ablately I TalahMsee"Dept for Station No. 3, (Walker's Mi) repealed. 5,485 PRIZES, ; L DANNUEIMER

-. to foster the slave trade. Two facta leariu BUNIONS AND TROUBLESOME arrive at Station No. 3, at 15_ PASSED lOru MAT 1858. hEARtY ONE PRIZE TO EVERT SINE TICKERTilMSGA'JFICEA'T !

Hjx>n those ]x>inU arc (patent ; fir-t. tltf tret- I M. Leave Station No. > at.6, and arrive at Tallahassee D. HOGUE, Intendant May 1, 1858. 18

t ,,' perstrutioH '/'h.f Mil rt engaged in legitimatetttijfif. To o-3XTo.ll JB, at 7.15 P. M. Attest-C.TlcTcnissos, meEk SaFIEIIE'To

v-hose resell art dtt
-.lace &uiHT. or carridar out of IT.r cuurnefortl .bVTY; CURED jy A FEW MIX for Newport and returns in time to connect with the The Ordinance revived by the foregoing contains I Prize of. $70,000 i 4 Prize 0(. .$900 .

.' purpose oftul in iltinif th eui to enquiry ; rvcond- U7E WiTlOUT ANY PAIN BY up Train to Tallahassee.Fare besides other provisions the following to which attention 1" . oo.orvvi: .sQo

!I.\. the practice nf our officer to wink at the cnrlyMi : T. D. D'ALTON, 31. .R. C. S. L. & E,, from Tallahassee t St Mark.. .. .(IOO \\t particularly directed, and which are published I" 10.000 I 4 ". 700 600 FALL AND WINTER

:''* of tIe traffic in orJtt that the trading ships to 1, Pen.1 for the better information of the public: I" 5,000 4 .
., Lt>H Jitgettl-ft. rlrZ . 50
LC1IJenhanced That the regular 4,000
i. iv' hta rt with slaves on board such prizes Gee. R. XL. 60 Sra 2. Be further ordained 1"
by the head money given fr every slavecaptured. Late Surgeon Pedist to their Majesties market hours shall be from day-light in the morning 1" 3.000 fO" SOO '
Fare from Tallahassee to Station No.2 Pen.
\1ctoria.! Queen of England; Donna Maria,late Queen & until nine o'eloc, A. M every day from the first of 1" . 1.500 I too . 126 TRADE.
R. 87J
Our behaviour to America. has not been .uch 81 ;: neal Don Pedro present King of Portugal; Lu Fare from Geo.Tallahassee to Station No. S, (Wal October to the first of M/.reh; aeJ from day-L'ght: in 4" . 1,000 23Q . 100 1 -

t > pvc h .p that an easy adju-1iiirnt of the present is Nopln. Emperor of the French ker's Mill). 1,00 the morning until igbto'c1ock A. M, every day,from Approximation Priztt. : '
.i.ftiity: will be attaint. America will not con P- rf the late and present the first of Man h to-the first of October-and that : $',&00 TilE undersigned is new receiving his Stock o.
to ftO.OOO are
I Prizes of appro'g. prize
amities and Nobility of 4 $400 I FALL AND WINTER GOODS
-. nt to perprtimto. or rattler to (letiovate th: pres Iloyal all marketable articles, of every kind whatsoever intended "
& Railroad 1,200
EcaorE. Freights charged en Pezacola Georgia 4 .1 300" 25,000 which wants neither in Quantity, Quality or Sty!.. *
f shall
; -it, unavailiiig i>yfrtem of Ma\e trade rtpretuon. 1838, to bepaidon delivery of goods. for sale during the said market hours, .4 200" 10.000" 800 I
.1.1! v.'c luro done nothing to entitle us to ask such DR. D'ALTONbegs be carried to the said market place for sale; and it 4 7,000" 600 I Embracing for the Ladies,
MARKS I 2 3 : 4" -
.i -a 'i.ficeut; her haiuU. After aU the titart-biirn- (to make known that he is at present on a pleasure FROM 87,+ shall be unlawful for any person or persons to sell 4" 1 00" 1S.009" 400 I Silk Robes QuiUe, Side Stripe Delaia Robe
.!", > uliili have grown out of the Clayton-Dulwer bale..7. 10 articles of marketing, during the said market .. *
r ; and paitly Professional Tour of America, and Tobacco in 100 25 any 4" 75" 3.600" SO) Iloul ed, Cballie
'.i-aty, the precious arrangviuent i* to l-e entirely at the Bxs per lbs..2..2i bcTs, .t any other place within the limits rf this city, 1,500" iOO ** Plush
will be, for a few days to core, Corn and grain in 10 10 4" 150" ProcadeBayadieieCtrip'J'i Barest

f.: jihiogutij the couimittee lirect on irci-ii xl the aflairs President in the to CITY HOTEL, Sal other. . ..:. .pr. . '140 40 40 than at the market place as prescribed! by this and ordinance 6,000 prizes of 20 arc . .. 100,000 I Can!He flobes, '(ICh.ua
American Senate hating < or that may hereafter be designated appointed -
Jer Glaze J Printed Merino Robel.SAt
Dales 100 lbs. . .. 25 5 Striped
t- ,'arry their relution into mediate effect And, during which period he may be daily consulted in I Hay Cement per Plaster.and Guano.: I I by the City CouncIL 5.4 Prizes amounting to . . .i3 WOOO I ;" 1'la'd!' Poult de Loire.M Delain "
in dealini; with this difhVnlt fciil.jeet. the o'f'nlt. the above and all other excrescences and diseases of Slate SEC. ?. ft* further ordained That.. it shall not All Wool DtJaint; 4!
is.ont of Lord L).-rly will l>e found less hostile and -. the human feet w hieh professional kill can aid. The I in packages per 100 Ibs. . 25 5 be lawful Tor *av p: .oa or persons within the market WHOLE TICKETS $10 ; HALVES 85 ; QuaarzasI.}

t impracticable ; but here the improved policy will relief is instantaneous and the cure permanent. Bar Iron per 100 lb.... .'... .....25 25 25AU hour, as prescribed by this ordinance, to sell, or -:00'I I MANTLESCF .
insist in undoing the "t. It U how certain that ether goods per lbs..3 30 30 i. purchase, rL.OF
pa "Consultation hours from 9 a. ro..till 4 pt m.JSgJ contract to sell, or purchase or contract EVERT MATERIAL AH* nuxEmbroideries

the forcible prevention of.lave-trading i ill no longer : Dr. D' LTO:is the only legally graduate Surgeou Prom T.LL.lASSBBloSTATIO.\, 2, 3 : any marketable articles within the limits of this citY', The 'nnibsrs from I to 50,000 corresponding :

t practicable ; the system has completely broken.i.wn. : in America, practicing exclusively a Surgeon Cotton per .. .. _....-.. 37 50 either of fresh meats, game. fowl or poultry, eggs, with those Cumbers on the Tickets printed en separate I

,! The vast &un fptut in its maintenance I Pedist. Tobacco I Boxes per 100 1bs. .. .. 121- 1 1.i butter, fish meal, or vegetables, at auy other place slips of paper, are encircled with small tin tubes or EVTET xnip.Vnleocener "

hare throw away; and it has been proved to be a i No professiotiul connection with an other persons Corn and other gram in 8cks per bushel 5 5 than the market place ; and every person offending and placed in one wheel.: ., I Maltese and Hooitoa La.. t
. .
r'mua bin-lrai.ee to commerce. At the pnterl inotint I Dr. D'ALTON does not visit .jjSo Sal pr aaek. ... .... .. ... 25 '25 against the provisions of this ordinance either ns The first 457 prizes, similarly pl'ioted: and encirclad. BONNETS, BELTS AND TPJMMINO: RIBBONS ,

rejtaj it yiriny rice to coniplicatioitf (Jttriinrn- I t Hay Bales per 100 lb.... .. IU1212l! seller or buyer, shall, on conviction be liable to paya are placed in another wheel. I The tindei would also call tbe attention of tbe j

tal ta the honor aiiJ dignity of thi country and in- j Limo, Cement Sate, and Qu-... fine of not less than five dollars, nor more than ten The wheels are then revolved, and a nun** is j, signed to bis and Stock of .- .

'" ''tlngthehazardofaicartcfiirh wulj be a* md ;*- TALLAHASSEE TESTIMONIALS. per 100 lbs. 1112 I 12t dollars, for each and every offence, at the discretionof drawn from the wheel of Numbers and at the same i rublic generally and! Yoatbs, Fall large and Winter complete iGenta

;(,'us to tiMfastiire
And fur 'Iiat?-for the maintenance of D'A'ton &this morning performed a mast All other goods per Ib..1.. 15 jl5EDVA1D II 4. Be it further or "in'(l. That it shall not Number aud Prize drawn ont are opened and exhibited I IIAT3. ;
,t.horthted aol imprnoticable philantliixipy ? A I skilful And masterly operation on one of tcy great be lawful for any person or persons to forestall the to the audience and registered by the Commissioners I *|. BOOTS AND GllOES.. .' f fPLANTA't'10N

I.userh'"of the ,1;" <]-tion Mould pparc usii 1oE..UL which, from down at thc side! Pres. IOUS'OLN : market by purchasing, or agreeing to purchase any ; the Prize bein placed against the number
1. d.incti'Mich ( ; and would aid gowin 4- Superinteldmt.Februar i the to the market place until all the Pares I GOODS "
'ullllcnlolls long a source annoyance e t me. articles of niarketing on way ; drawn. This operation u repented ,
I .
t1! -!a,
ii i :, m't'rt\ ( no whole, 11t it M only doing him justice t f tale that both operations NOW PUBLISHED,, f monopoly, by purchasing up the whole of any article PTiz-The two preceding and Salnda *itnpei rrtnkeU, .1 .
.:'-'ttfiimont which \ou.rctir-e !latl were done without and in a satisfactory or articles of marketing for the purpose of again selling the two r.ncceeding Numbers to those drawing the I Iar1"orotg St.ipea and Uasaets and black Shoes. "t

i lOUt relation \ .\mlri u anti Africa would at manner. Indeed the pin. may not be afraidto AND FOR SALE BY TiE I the same et a higher rate; nor shall any person first 7 Prizes will be entitled to the 23 Approximation I Plaids and Ken'y. Jeans.
.,'< \iu the aullert] ot the LI.iltt4 men in this. avail themselves of his professional services. GENERAL. AOEXT 0[THE WORK, I or persons purchase, during market hours, any such- i iI' Prizes. For example: if Ticket No. 11250 Heavy Cotton Osnabiitgbs, Virginia all Wool LiMc1",
"'.utl-y. and would! stron tlicn itself 1'3r.r cay Tallahassee! June 4th, 1858. 1 LIVELY. articles for the purpose of again selling the seine for draws the $70,000 Prize, those Tickets numbered I I 44 brown and bleach- Wool Hats

,! tlU SUCCe& C. DREW Bookseller, I' speculation either in or out of market hours ; and. 11249. 112, 11251, 11252, will each be entitled to ed domestic. Steel Iron aDd IfsiU

-- -- *'t,->//'. /XKVI, le-Iti.I, i'ia.'r..u. Wa, any person offending in either of the above particulars ?400. Ticket No. 560 draws the $30,000 Prize Brown and bleached Sbee- Complete assortment 0f
Samuel Sit &
A from
( I beg to certify that I Lave and JACKSONVILLE, FLA., either: as buyer or seller,shall, on conviction be those Tickets numbered 548, 549 551, 1552.will each I tings Hardware.CARPETING .
/:. /*,I'nblif- teeN traordinarv course pursued soft extracted Dr. D'Alton without had liable to pay a fine not' xceeding twenty dollars, for be entitled to ?ROO, and so en according to the above
corns by pLinr I
i 1.tl" rival mani'er of different Lotteries to inj.r. inconvenience ,.f: description, and in a moat skilful THE HISTORY & ANTIQUITIES each and every fTcncc, at tho discretion of the Iuteodant sch em 2,. ,

ui b vuue out lilerl chiue, and prompt and any manner P. P. LEWIS. besides being liable to Lave the article or The .OOO.prie of$50, will detenr-.ncd= by tie Bmsseli Three Ply and Ingrain Carpets, :

i''"II.r of doing l'IsileS. has materially ntFeetedi ca'Jsfactory June 2ud 1853.fn OFSi' articles so put chased, or contracted to be purchased last figure of the Number that draws the J7l>,COO Parlor Rug and door Matts. f

i >i"tn, cenpsls ux to ell special( attention to the Tal.hasset. : AUGUSTINE, FLA. Founded A. D. forfeited to the use of the city, at the discretion of Prize. For example, if the Number drawing the All of the above mentioned article*, win W .dId
''!" '.. which all -1).I.al with h us know already ; 1:6. and when forfeited to be sold by the ,,
Dr. Tonar, ]'7a. -- --4--- -- the Intendant ; 870,000 Prize ends with It 1. then all the Ticket, upon as good terms as can ba bought .of aDlllOtlse '
..i* i j-. that our Lotteries are Legal ; the managers .liucII:1" rT H13 work comprises some of the most romantic Marshal and! the proceeds paid to the Treasurer. where the No. ends in 1, wiil be entitled to f 20 If in the City. I

'1'ltrl.t! ?e* l
:: 1..1,1 1 more prizes in the l.ict twelve month A corn of ten years standing i U was morning extracted Flon-Li the French settlements on the the No. ends in 2 will be entitled to.f 20, and so on
Oct. 42
; ; and that they by Dr. D'Alton without causing me the slightest ; Huguenot 17,1357. I II
.n 11.tth.rL.ritlilthe the the I cool these Exciting-Times! to ?. .
Johns in
River e Huguenots by and -
; Muact I Try keep
;' Ii,.,\(l I.{('r Spaniards ; Dr. J. E. Leavitt
t < i,''it ion.I. and skilful a operation of that description. by the English under Moore and Oglethorpe, ICE ICE ICE !If! rates which is the risk: I ,
-I I he ttfiirt t<> injure u is aimed not only at our T. K.LEO ARD, M. D.
Ac., by GEOROK FAIRBANKS, Vice Pn-sidebt Certificates Package of 10 Whole Tickets. .$30 CFTEBS rus raortssiosAL: scaviczs TO TUE PPBUC
\, :-i nous, by our rv'aU: but i aI!->o intended to net Tallahassee, June let, 1833.Fiom Floida Historical Society.The I I ---- ---- a 10 Half 40 I I I in NASH'S NEW SUILDINO Dear the

1 Jiti.lY"b! OIKcf our ruirtners; and we a Mir. work forms handsome Octavo Volumeof I BY the Express Packet Brig General Bailey, fif- 10 Quarter M 20 OFFICE .
.1 the that wnii ont COM ensM B. F. Allen Editor Sentinel.I a from New York in receipt of
I r.i..t 1'\1e. blq. Jord 200 illuttnted with several Engravings 'I days we are .4 10 Eighth! 10 : May 22, 1868. 21
and this, the legal investigation which pages 33O Tons of this summer luxury, and which __
1 14 r.KJiiT. i certify that Dr. D'Alton has this day extracted IDC Incline; a ne"1v discovered Portrait of Menendez. more In ordering Tickets or Ctrt.it cates. enelese themoney I ,
'.(.hall urg- to a hearin;. will fully demonstrate.In fiom feet three corn? c! long standing two of we deir.! to dispense to all in want on applicationat ordered
I my Subscription price payable! on delivery (l.25 ; to our address for the Tickets on receipt -
I the m--intiriK": onr II"ine&will be en.Jllt""II which at times tronWsorae and further ", our ICE HOUSES at St.Marks or New Port, at sabel il. House
I were very ; by mail, postpaid, f 1.50 copy. Persons sending of which they will be forwarded by first mail ;; .
SAML'HL S 'AX A en. for 100
two cents over pounds,
I :- ,I that the -peration wn* performed "Ith great skill, by mail can send a f 3 per most convenient' the per pound quantities Purchasers can have ticiets ending in any figure they iU.OEORGIA.
t *, (.eo. when not to be and at 3 cts. uan.
J.olrry Manager Avgiitta and without the least pain or inccnveciccce. In fact price of two copies, postpa'd.: required cut pr may,de.'gtvate ALBANY ,
>-- titles under 100 '
--- pounds. .
,! we were uninterruptedly engaged in conversation May 19, 1858. 22 I The List of Drawn,Numbers and Prizes will ie I I .
t f} We 1.'t that the report. U I en from the their Stockholders will ba furnished u heretofore at 2 '
during the short jieri-nl by after the dr&\ :
occupied immediately
removal sent to purchasers : above HOTEL Albany, tbe present term-
i l.mil; I'estiutdtit. of one of Hl.n..I..': float 29th 1858. B. F. cents per pound in any quantities desired, and transportation rpIIE
Tallahassee write ;
t -itij come in at Fot Mytr. IOt correct. I May $10 Reward. ? paid to Tallahassee R. R. Depot. But orders [:3f" Purchasers will please sbctsignatu.splain of the 'Georgia and Tlorida Railroad is
1a\-ing and State.
and ,
give County for the of the
: The) report originited in thiiHJ : A young nuantas From the Hon. L. n Poinll, E.-G01.t'"Or of, and O TOLEN from the subscriber on Friday win blankets or boxes must be forwarded to 09" RernemV-er that every Frize w drawn and now oprn

; out Imnting near UiMy'< late camp ground not at pre'ftit U.:
I .'ar from Tort Mintwlun I bo discovered alI Indian to Utah, niht, inst. white feet,IOUSJ.lef__ HARD TIMES, with warm weather, make tuthwriting payable 1T- All prizes of$IOOO and under, paid: immediately The House and Furniture ate new. The Frcpria

t ,lie liiiiiin about the Nnl' time ifo\.t'c Indian
f the white man ran for the F.rt-the hard and soft from feet, and likewise most his delivery at Mr. Saunders stable. terms will be cash or weekly payments from regular tim of lhirt.an.. ._. .
I "iHxK'alnlla\ Ttutft Jt'v : corns my customers. NO YES & LADD, Proprietors.. -- -- FIRST--.. .tsS IIOTEL, '
and successful treated of great ToeNails communications cocfd ntial.
one lfy All strictly !
j :1 One of the slave*. recently ex-aped from "Lich. from growing down at the sides, had Tallahassee, May 29, 1858. 22-tf SL Marks, May 22, 1858. 21 [Sent copy Address Orders for Tickets or Cei tificates to I and hopes by strict attention to the wai.'Ttt'-
K. t to has arrived ut Xew Oilcans.I'.ritish I j
Xasnau. Gnest to merit of the Public.L .
t! been for many years a source of very great annoyance S. SWAN & CO., Augusta, Ga. patronage
: much for
1 Another liU-rty wa.tv KeyVeet l.iD. to IMS, and it is only doing him justice to state No. 604. Maryland State Lotteries. 2f" Persons residing near Montgomery, Ala., or II. DURHAM Proprietor.

J to make Iar11lnt asau. th.lp1itneJ that his operations were performed in a most scientific -0- Atlanta, Ua., can have their orders filled, and save Albany. Gil. May 22. 1858. 21-ly

t vadiscovered o"in )time to ita accoraplishineiit. ec- and macicrl: manner, and without any pin ; It. FK XCE' '& Co. time, by addressing S. Swan & Co., at either of those
i prevent X07ICE FOR LAXDS 70 Groceries.
and further that ths relief was immediate and I CETORIX( CECT.T.V cities. Family .
\\ aLula 7iMm
Jiuy 'i.eS'prfinl I
I ----- !I tinues permanent L. W. POW-LL MARKET IN THE \r the Maryland State Lottenes, present tie folV7 o-r::: Tickets for sale by E. ,. WEST. McNAUQIIT ORMOND fe CO.
Fiankfurt, Doc. 22cJ, lS7. lowing Splendid Schemes ,

I Wallets.' 1 I STAT OF FLORIDA.rRSUANV For JUNE 1858. Tallahassee, Fla.QT 4 RE recefting from vessels In port,1 a small and'

I. }_ __ ____ From ttu. Jloa. T. Pcyc. _-IJilvJ rf Slate "f -- ., A list of the numbers that are draw from Lit extensive supply or GROCERIES: including
Kentucky. to a provision in the Gereral Appropiiation the wheel"With the amount of tbe Prize that each Coffee Sugar, Lard, tc, Pal Brandy and Wine
GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. I I 1: Act 1856, Th y caution purchasers of Tickets to beware of one is entitled to,wIll be published after every drawing Also Oils Paints
Dr. D'Alton former visit u .ugust. placngunder ,
to Frankfort extracted
on ordei Tickets in Lotteries
:CLAEKir: I CLIMATED: FEMALE PILL. : the control of the General Office, ing extraordinary in the following papers Augusta (Ceo ) Oon- .tc.ALSO
number of troublesome from the leet
from Kir J. Clarle't, .1!. a very corns NOTICB large Capitals are offered for a small cost of Tickets ,t.ltutior.nlii&t New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register, -
I'repared a prffcrijittou vf I DA, abandoned Reser ? is hereby
/'hyifian Extraordinary to the Queen. of my wife and daughter and likewise optratMl on a that Military J the fifth day of -all such are swindled. Charleston Standard ]?&hTlllc Cazctte, Atlanta Intelligencer A largo and complete stock of Ladies O nU mD'.

bunion for the latter, in I most skilful and given, afer MendaY embraced in The Maryland Lotteries have been in existence for New York Weekly Day Book, Savannah and Children's Shoes, Boots and BooUes Also a s*<
; Tb!* me 10\luAb. tions manner and without any pain. Tin npedi'l Forty Years. They are drawn by a State Officer MomiVg News Richmond Dfecatcb. New York Dispatch let stock of Dry Goods,comprising in part. ...'.'
'I.ose painful and dangerous lo which the female the and of townships. I
dlwa. !immediate and they Lave experienced D foUowingtownship. parts here and can be relied on. If you draw a Trite, you will aild PaulJIng (Miss} Clarion. Dress Goods, Prints, .Linens, plain and drilled'
t i* ur} cn ttec .xc.. S. PAGE.
pet The whole i is flooded with Bleached and Brown Dsmeotics Tarn.
InCn"eDleoe. TIOS. country 1857. ; Otnabarn.
your money. Nov. 14.
m'l 1 ob.trul"1on.and a tpeedy cure may b f'Uo on Frankfort, Dec. iSth 1858. Palatka, will be restored t market and laid open Bogus Lottery concerns. Beware of em.t1r _ _ dc..lfc.tL8.0 -
at sale Land Office at St.
TO MSKKlEIt to entry private at

.1 i i. p"c'IUarl" nulled. It .1 in a L.l/E.hur tiin., bring on the From the Jlvn. John Henry Gtilventon Augustine, the same Laving been hereto offered Order in the Maryland State Lotteries. FAHNESTOCK'slVERMIFUGE A smilt but good assortment of Hats,Cap*,dotb-
B/'ol. B.A. '
: innntliK period with regularity. at public sale, viz : Maryland State Lottery. in;:. Shirt, Collars Neck Tie. &nj Aeai tontbvr
With pleasure I certify that Dr. D'Alton has extracted with a general assortment of all ether article
1 tumaUj
lack bottle price One noln.l.r ft*Government Stamp South of the base line; and East the principal MAQMFICE.VT SCHIilt.
.. several painful cores from the feet of my 11 wanted- ;. _
t f Ortat Britio t prevent tunlrdl wife without the slightest pain, and a I fully believe .Meridian. o CLASS K, ,
C CA 17TIOIS.TUe ,- SUCH 41S- .
!, Till should not be taken by female during the Grit in such a perfect manner as to afford permanentrelief. Sections 19} t 36, inclusive, of township 9'; the I To be drawn in Baltimore City,June 19th, ISM. 1 tin AID aim mraDT roa ,
JOHN HENRY BROWN. Iroo, Hues, Spade..Shoe1., Plow, Straw Cotter.
North West 13 Drawn BaUble out of 73.. art
10 and
township of the
lire mouths a they are sure to bring on Miscarriage I parts St1
: OrrrlD.ny. I Oalrelton, JIarcn IStL 1E5 8. Johns River, and The fractions of township 11, \ Grand Prize of.....UII.OOO 1 Prize of.$5noo 'V'OB.naS.IN Cora Shellers, Shell Hardware. Crockery, and
i but at any other lime they are of the St. Johns of I 1 Prize of........ 1WI7 10 Prizes or.... t, CHJLDJUH, AND ADULTS XNCLCDIS9, Furniture. Also Floor; Pork. Bacon, Bogar .
.' In all enae*of Xervou. and Spinal Affections. Pain in the River Range 26. 1 .... .,... 6,000 10" .... 1ltooI Molasses, Lard Corn Salt, and .
; Unik and Limb, Fatigue on slight exenl, Palpllatlon ofUi MEDICAL nEFFRE CE.-" Section 19 to ,*, fnc8ive. ofownhp" ; all of ........ 5,000 2S4 C ....200 TAPE WORMS.
I ........ .... Liquors always on Land and replenished
antf the North 1 5,000 Et UK
Heart, ly.ttril and White. theM Pills mill affect a Samuel Cartwrignt M. D.) township 10. 1' SZTAIL PS1CZ 21 CTS.naTAan each arrival frcmirew'Orle

T .jro *ben aU oilier means hare and although a pow- L. C.Crawoour, M. D- V New Orleans. and East of IUD Creek a Lake of Range 2. i : 5,000 tv,000 f.63% : 60 in SOLB n tw tobproprMori, by
I; < rful! renirjj, Jo not contain Iron t.nc,clomeL antimony,or any C. Brd. 1L D. J Given under my band (he General Of- :::::::::::: 5,000 8 :::::: B. JU AHMarOCT A Co,lPttt.buysb, Pa, the want.of their meet

at the City t>f Washington, this 4th day 1 ... .... lI.fIOt} I.SIOS7.040 a .... anI
'.' J. M. D ) -
!! : t the con l fce. D r Ph1Jadelpbl& pa. ""----,
I" burl tuton. Natebes. a .........11.000 ... .
I 10 n. -
A. -
1 58.TBtOS.
Full direction* seeeniaity cad4 package. Sole Agent fur i E. & Blackburn, M. D. \ 1 ....._..... :,OOO AM rca AU AX rUH TL1C19. .

V the fulled Slate and Canadc', JOB MOSES, Win.T. Balfour, M. D, ) 'y seksburg. A. HENDRICK Com. 82, 0(5 Prize*..... ...amounting to... ... ...$573.171 WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 51 CLIFF ST Newport April 24, 1858. 17

It (Late I. C. Baldwin i. (.* Kochc.kT, N. T. E.M.LaneM.D, \ May 29._1R58. 8!- I Tickles $10, Halre' $3 Quartet$2.30,Eighth $1.25.CrtlacszeolI'ackageof25Wholes..tileic. Buy of rajMctahl dlr ooJjlXzamlo

N. and 6 enclo cd to any author- i C. S.swan.)' p.. the'Initials of th be the NOTICE. ..
J B.-t.O p.IAle.lp'containing M by return J. P. Wallace, ii D, I Ice Ice iIc' do. 51.. M Halves........... TI.T: *aims to sort you get
geut.i I boUo Pill D } MemphisJ. | do. do. S 5 Quarter.... .. SI.XT Only OmtUin B. A. TAnsnocx'a Tumrrroill I TO ALL WHOM it mayVTOTICEM COIVCERf
Thomas. D.
mail.I B. P. f ANY QUANTITY FOR BY do. do. Jdtightln.......... 13.68HAVANA : : that "
M D SAL hirebyvesi appiiemttw ir J fc*
"ullc! by Edward Barnard,Jr. Sole Whocwo.a.d fleatt Youn -4- -
HENRY AMES & LIVELY, J.1 made to the General 'of-tk-
M. D. Superintendent Hospital ensuing Assembly
\ Ct far S. D Utoo, SOM AgrolrQuinr Jame Atbo t PLAN.
I,- '. Talb.- I for Insane Indianapolis;Ind, Q.o. I Sola Agents for Tallahassee. State Florida, to change the name of E ul ''flan-
1858. 22Sheriff's
.'('hrnry} 6, 1t8. C-ly : M. D, H.te. Tinps. M. D.his assistants.P. May 29. I II I_ April 10,1858. lSlyS1T51CT Seminary to Andre CvJltyt, and -al.o a ebanf.

I O. Fore, .Cincinnati.And |Sale All the cumbers put in the wheel and every Prize .1 i** charter to conform in all rtspecU to that of ftCOLLEOX.

r ..lour Hair Is Harsh, J. ){Bush M. D. put in another. < : SCHOOL. Signed in behalf of the Bisrd of Tros-
UM Wood' Hair RectoratlTe. M D. f xingtoo, ny.S. MONDAY JULY 1858. tees. JOHN C. LEY, President.
} I'r J. Dab FIRST ifi In this Plan, trhieh in the old-fahvyned tnoJt of UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the

-< tour lair I. Gray.r. Prof. TTood' Hair Restorative. Hurl Ot M. D. }l Galveston, T uu BY virtue of the Lien Lajv,. wherein Jesse C. Drawing, every Prize it drawn out. TIlE Tallahassee and viciuity, that be proposes % fay 2. 18S8. 91_

'l.ur ** Jamn An )D. & Co, is a party, and Henry Eventt I Marylapd State Lottery. to open a Sclent School for the Notice. ,
Itsir i im
Thin.CM many other numerous to.rntntion. Colsoo James T. Selby f. Barclay B. F.Robinsos instruction of had considerable
PeeL Ecatorative. I II youth. Having experience
Wo'.lalr testimonials includes I I EXTAR CLASS 7, '
Dr. Altu'a numerous list of Thomas Holliday and Mahala Wilder are 1 in teaching ia this.city, I hope, by octlringzeal .QIX Mortis jfom the first publication this sctic*,
$ :-'sar.italJ, I of the most distinguished i To be drawn In Baltimore, Vd., Saturday, Jane 28th, I'M.
t. KetoratiT ; many personages indebted to said firm for repair* and labor done upon and unremitted energy, to merit a share of public L ntdcrxgQcd wil) exhibit hi* fatal a eoot-

Clrrf. Wo'.lal of the present age from all parts of the civilized Watches, I will expose for sale before the Courthouse I I 20.660 Prizes'! 43,000Tickets 11 patronage.. The greatest care will be taken with and vouchers a*.aJtiksistralor. qf the EsUtaof Jo a.

I yua bne en' i.nen4.eh.. Kestorativ world. who have at different pro "i.ite door in Tallahassee the first Monday in.JaI: SPLKSDLD ftcncyx.no . those comraittedjo rr.y cinrge, both in regvd to W. Argjte deeeaccd: late of Leoer conoljr, io the
ri Prf Wo'.U.ir England during bis appointment to Royal Silver 1aicJt I Honorable Judge of ProbaU of aaid ecnnty. and ask
within Lours mora1LA
seem and
I I' ly next legal i DCDCCTIOS os ruzra. FLfu yayyi.s nr yvtL.I progree -
q till.DinJrJH, I I .
I I but as are too far out of reach cf ., to be discharged. 'o ,< ,
they to said lien them according to law. .. and edncatioo will be
Use Fr 'KooJ'i Hair I HOut'blJ sold satisfy upon Prize or.. ..$15,000 I Aprrolltll'U'to....6500I thorough.an
: R.atorLY.I has the above from a cxtensive ..... .. D.LEWIS AdmVr.
], selecte very RICHARD SAUNDERS. li.)00() 4 250 given A3 caabs obtained at other Institution Ia ,
'It any
>'* bav* Eruption, than ....... ) J.
more satisfactory 1 4.oo 185 81-
being May 22. m _
Sheriff Leon will
Americn a the t and warrantable
Use Pent Wood* Hair I .toratiTe. I t county. 1 4.000fS I' ...200 'c t' $. a* soon u the.patronage
from a foreign 1858. 22-6w M ::::: .. awUtapta will be Ia
:' any cuntr. Hay 29. i : .. sono tpd competent procured. Notice.
ud.eir.Gtomeyhiatr, I tS: D. D doe I.t contemplate visiting i U ...... 2oo S .. 1Mt connetio3 with the SCHOOL a,das* for "
I. 1.Prof. Wood Hair Ector'Uvc. i in Florida, professionally. Lost Mislaid ...... 1.nt'l1 month. after the first publication of tins noEs-
lrir th. Color, any or 1 a .. ... 1.160, 8 a ... 100 .BOOKKEEPIliawill SIX the
1 preserve 9.1858. *, undersigned admiuutrator of tile
tie Prof. Wood'. Hair KectoraUrt.u May 22tIotice. NOTE @iven to Richard Saunders, made by } : be commenced and those pupils desirous of embracing
A :::::::::: U60 .8 U ... sot tate of Jobn BurgdorfT deceased IaU f Leco ees.e
I "> desire not to loose the Color, T. L. Shclce some time in March,1857,amount .... 1,000 l a commercial, ;willD3_ folly qaalifiod U ty. will present his final sceooot ttli. Jodg of Probate -

t;.ProC Wood Hair Betorative. I $271.06 cents rtade payable on day after, with 8 percent t .. ....... 1,000fS a .. tilt enter upon the duties cf the Coontmg Room. of Leou county and ask to be iiscorgd.
... .. U ..
interest fron date. All are forwaroed to 400 40 41)
':want a Cheap Article, persons 0 demands against persons 1\ .... 800 441 a .. JIO Classic and Higher Branches of English, per JOHN..I1.REICB..EItT Admfr.May
t Ca Prof. Woods Hair .lorattre.f ALL Estate of Andrew Miller,late of Leon county I against trading for the same as payment will be 100 M .._... ... 200 tOO .. 20 Term of yrve Montba. ...i............$25 00 29, 1868. '. 22-fea. ,

I l"u alnitrethe: BeantlnrI Lock, deceased, are hereby notified to present them to I stopped. RICHARD SAUNDERS. ),( PAces cf f I, determined by the Capital Prize, being Primary Depcrtmect.... ............... 15 00 '
tie [roC Woods Hair Restorative. the utAleiiigned Executor of the last Will and testament I May 29. 1858. 22-8w_ odd or even. Th. exercise of the SCHOOL will commence *o Notice.
.' i within the time Whole Thketa$10,Halve $5,Qaarten Ii.eoYauaieu' MONDAY,January 4. 1868.
1 the Beautiful Ringlets, of said Andrew Miller, prescribed
a.mi. ss hereby nUat roootbt aftd
Notice. A CferUBcAtoi' rf Packages 14 Whole, where sz
UM Prof. Wo. 1.1 EttaL>. by law o this DoLe will b ple ia 'br persona wUb to JIIY the only will be sent for..........." Any information"required am be obtained by application NOTICE application be IlIAd. by UM suUori-
mentis after the first publication of this no .. to the subscriber at his residence or at the
-oo with a .llifu Complexion, thereof. An. do. lenitive do. "'I ben to the Hon.Jodg* of Probate ./ Loa -
ProC Wood's Hai BectoraUvs.u I I' June 1858. Z -8.I SIX,the undersigned: administrator of the Estate do. do. IS Quarters, do......... U Store of CoL R. H.BntaT. fur final discharge u' admkastra eovary,
a cad
5 _. do. d*. lI' tl tM do.. ..... 11
Bradfcrd deceased will bit final n. D.n. CLA YT03'
>* vita a Face te from Pimples, I I --- -- --- -- of Henry B. present of tha Estate of John Tatars dccsod
UM Wood's Hair Eeatoratlve. account and apply to the Judge of Probate of Leon Dee.6, 185"1. .49_ .
lot The Managers have been compelled from the numerous JOHN R. LLOYD .AAnf
'Ir,'Iu IB I otC county for a discharge from his admiqwitration of aaid
mj Ti Toorfg
appear final complaint made to them, of cofaithfulneMon PHOEBE LLOYD, Admt'r.
ta ProC Woods Hair Eestorative. SIX mouths after present my Probate DC- Estate. EDWARD BRADFORD,-Admt'r. the part of those who have been attending to the "Notice.A May 29. aS8. 2-tm
and Touchers to the Hon. Judge 23Gold .
I June 5 1858. m
1 yea .ant testimony overwhelming, administrator ex- filling of orders to resume the correspondence business LL persona having claims and demand or debt. -
Jefferson For Sale !
Rest the Circular ProC Wood Hair retorati county a '
in their
o deceased own name.nr against the Edits of John Braden ,
of said
Wade late county, -
of ,
1: !'_anttorindlt, j of the Estate and ask for a discharge from said administration. Pens. Order Twketa from the Managers only. late Jcffenon county, will present the tarn within Low for cash a Mgro "woman stessitf.atj.fiy.

The IVpol i*at 1U Yale sU;SL L-Hii. MiwourLV WM. H. ANDREWS, late sheriff and supply just received and for sale by Address all Inters to R. FRANCE & CXBaltimore the time limited by tIM law,or the same will] be .\.od a good cook, washer cati; .

I I aIM lad by very popular Drujl.t.In the eily administrator ofEcic.J1u5l85S AFRESH MYERS 4 GORMAN. Md. forever barred. : C. BRADEN, Ext'z.I .E. L.T. Df.\XJ

AI"I..lr.IIHhr'! .-m' e May 22, 1S58. 21 J March f'. 1858; 10-1, I April 15, 1658. :0-8w lay l$. If 55. 20-tf .-
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Floridian & Journal To the Traveling Public. I I P. B.LIYEBT D. 0 IrA \V' S.I NEW CARRIAGE SHOP' \\TILLL\l P. sLT.sqR: : : IT .8.n 1ALLAUASSEC c S d Lj' 'V'01.y

Ii bu.b. SATURDAY AUD: BALt TtL1 rj>HE undertvnea! begs leave to inform the cifiJL FLORIDA. FLOWDA.lioIcssla .
p erwj by I I ten orTailMhllOo\1' and .ilt"nlty. that he Lu ALLAiilH.SEi and Retail Dea3.

UMES S. JONES & CHAS. E. DYKE, 300xxrA B"tagc; TALLAHASSEE FLOR1PA. I opened a carriage shop in thie place joining | :!ANL1ATVE:Of C'OP/tS (:iSD till: *:nTIKON J DRUGS AND tu f';
I UE would inform .lIDICIIiI8. bi
1 Proprietor WALK WnounsAtB f
I Brokaw's Stables AS D Rrr.I f
At Two'DOIUM l lTEHMS a friends and the Livery i .
per Innam.Ja f't.uC4. bill DEALER JA1'AN.DlVAix. Dtruery, ry *tuff tKiralIwtrf.llof'r.t,
L.Z 'E. C ._ public that b* boa rebuilt hi. I in the.bull ling formerly occupied by J. L Groner j IM l'LSINF.LNCT AND ( ;rkes. s.fi 'Win.ows m... 1'. ._.
OF ADVERTISnfO. 1 large Brick Stable at the old tnud, and is now where Le i i" prepared to do all find of work iu i iStorr O.. VAT.MCI. Putty tA.itifacturj! Tutarci.t!.

One sqtin re of 1 S tin**,Ar tefle.1ratinnrtioD. 1 1 00 TRI-WEEKLY LINE of STAGES will run prepared to accommodate his friends and customers line at the shorter notice and un the most Lil'' B1cm-<>nnrlci-r i iA :- and Glass Ware. PaicatMci.ikies. .

.(wh scbsequent .. 80Profesaiooal X\- in clllln.-cti"l1 with the S.. A. .t G R. R, le*"- He also has attached to hi" Stables a good Blacksmith REASONABLE TERMS, SPLENDID assortment Cooking. Parlor ;! Fine!o\r'. Fine TovtL, lore Wit*. ,a au 1 Busitiesi Cads izert.d at$10 per iug Station N.. 7. 1D.I.y.V .j"t'sdl.11. aud Fr:. Shop where be will have have dune all kind-of snch and matin 01 13. and Wood Stove, trimmed With neatn.a.fiAand .1 and Hair Brushes fur dlCJQ.i .
as carriage trimming cewbngsjie .r\aI"""
painting ; ;
annum. I day, en arrival of I ihe Car from Jsavunush ; connect PlauUti" U'< k. horse t.1.('einc. aud Curmgework in t and and all Linda of Haring t' durability at reduced price*. *&* faint Uluhu, Facet Attic;,..
Advert s4 iseotB n ftt *rk.i with the number of : ing ut W.resb..r.. with the Stage fioui Biunrwuk, ti,*- very taatiuruncr and with promptness and dispute piocurtd wagons a first rate Out Door VFork.Roofing (. .Harden! Seed. Flo*tavaca Stcar,.
insertions will be ooutiuu.d until f i bid, and charged I pnefins thr.'Ucli Magno'ia Millt, 'o ant I Tr-mpviile. b. i i iI. They lave rrt r-tly retired a Lvyt and *,
aconrTin&y. and arrives lu Tlk-iiaaxtUe un Tuefcday, Thur.-lay November. 853. 44 I. Carriage Painter and 7Vi//incr, 'I OrBsrrrrfal Front' lies'!.. Crtt.'rif: Copper I ,1.ply of every variety of artless! ,Slushy bert ?t-.,
Sheet Sheet
tr rttrtcfttes of publication of Wtl or estate and bkturday eTeuiuvft. Leaves 1 tonifnviile. Mon CarTiase- r Uuggies, and Harness, from New York, tbe undersigned i i. prepared to do and Tin Coivlnetios Pip1 Lead. !J J-UjlICMti.( Planters and PhysclaclI will slwjj ccrf
tdtIt S will not be given until the advertising Ifte it : da>*. \VUtieftddand Fridays: pasiug tUmugii !the this kind of work as well sad iu tbe latest style, as it I i Zinc. Lead Pipes Patent Ci'-tern rump Sliopanik >t tLu bliuhroent a full sept JT tf vtrvtlir
For Sale ly F. B. Brokaw.9"IIE of done at alert notice. cat
paid. above named plllcrl.n return route and biiectiug CII. be lone! at thi North. every variety .Jod. and on tb. Ul1l1t liberal tern I

I with the Brunswick A Fl.ri.l.i 1 &.llra-J. and Savannah e7 :ur>scri' r ha just received a All) thee who have this kind of work to do. and City nnd Cotnilry lertnU ]i Or lI'ra (ruin the Cocatr prlnpf"f5U.d: ndaatiet .

I Alba'.> A Gu'f Itiilroad. bv. singe at Vi srtsb II'rery' large supply of Carriage wish it dine in a manner tl.kt will nut fail to give i"D" torll.teeJ. with regard Loib- r"kt. sa J
BLACKSMITHING <> o. on Tu *Jas. Tbiirdu aud bnturdays ; r- __.r18ie-gies. and Harneas. which he offers I ealufkctiun wu H do well to call on Are pectfulU invited' to give me p call befoie pur '. I t. J bvsi<::' .presciiirae II rd.)!:, vrrrootj..Q'1"...
i lives in Savannah and Brunswick same evening.Through for sale on tbe mot reasonable term WM. KUUNS. chuoing rise*hei 1 e. Also.:Er pine rvc.rKutu l Field t"J.trttor Beth
i i. )here? given lhat I fare from Tbomitsvile! to Sivanub. .'14 Snvenbcr IS KM 45 May 2, 'n 13 J N. B. All articles I m.unfjictued from tie verrbest .Jan 6, 18&1C
material and uarr:nted durable. No other artile <
HILL & .
CO., Proprietors.O ---- --
gN-'OTICE Coo'inu. .: hereto-Tus iI- I \v. MM.RH.L. Ag nt. si1Lk}'flAsh & CO. i Piano Fortes. \ill be offered for sale. } Cod Liver Oil.

fur at the OLE STAND of D. C. WIL ON, in thmm I Tr cp\iile. M.y 8. I ISS3. 19-Sm ( Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. I tfj -.?Jr l3\\7'E are prepared: t.> furbish Piano _October__20__, 1866. 4-! _. i,I lRESn I. gin aa&Catl!PURE& Co of,the i Rullht eewbrate-l n'. Smt-i-
*, style and firm i JUST received from New Ycotk per l very I' Wines, Syrups, &c. For sale t.y AMLSALIVELNotice. .
H.: B. Fitts & Co. CITY HOTEL. it' a general aMuitment of articles in uur hue, upon the most liberal terms. .tFrJS. 1858. 14
Yfa OtardBrandy fcpsrklingCiJ r
""I'" snob as Oils of almost every kiu.l! Jiuroing Flum', They are second to none in any country either as I OLD .
Grateful f. the )ieretof.>re extended them -. Port Old IVrt Juice,
patronage JIUl U bite Lead Zinc mid other paint: uidow Gla'-n ufbest to quality or DPCL
the r ar* IAClW better prepared und determiued to JOHN:DEMILLY, jualuy. 1'ultv. r..1'1'11. Pt>tafh. Subs Sparkling very Iiwtrumeut b. war anted. Madeira: randy CLeilie., .

SPARE NO PAINS I TT7OULD r.@pt"CtCullinfi.rm the public that he Gelatin.Loodmi Mufctatd. French Brandy (very best,) I MILES NASH A CO. Sherry, Sardine, O IX 1I. ,.. fri m the first pubricmtJoo thi. ..

T, T has leased the CIT.Y HOTEL (known as the medicinal purposes Spices. Pepper. Lemon Syrup. February 2S. 1856. 8 I Sp.rkling'Gelatina. Preserved Quines J O tice. the Dndtr i ned a dminis'rator rf tb* y.
.o their part to lI accommodtt all who mil, favor Brown Hotel.) and will take charge on the first of Inks,Quinine. Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Buchu I I III'O Flavoring Extracts Pears J tate c.f Robert Sturjrs, deceased, hit of Leon eocc

thm with their patronage. May next. His untiring exertions will be u"ed to give Ac. Ac, Aud'A general awgrtment of Popular Patent I 78,000 Havana Segars Yeast Pow'!!ers, Tamannds. :y, w ill prerf nt his i rind account arid vci2vL r.s..a.J
SUCH AS full satisfaction to all who will patronize him. Medicines. We keep note but the very best aud Spanish Olives, Spices, i. kru iii, 'ti8'.)r. an.! s'k f..r a dit1sri.
the following i favorite brands, now in Store I Corn Starch Puklc. DASrL D. .
:- 18118. 17 STUItGE5
April hope to merit AJm,.
tlorte Shoeing, Ironing and R, patronage.MILES NASH A CO. anif'rialeby AMES &: LIVELY. Worcester-fairs Sauce, Salad O.I. J.a 9. ISg.'m

O pairing Carriage and BugC ( March 29.1866 18 4000 Young America, English Mustard Capers -- -- ----

gies. Plantation work of v IJ Nathans' ffJMlL House I Si.00 Ho Napier. I Claret Coooa Insolvent Estate Notice.
El Muudae Neva Londre AMES A LIVELY.
every description, I perrons having claims aaiaat the
5 1856.Liverv -a
MiU Iron and repairing same, Ironing Wagons QUINCY'FLORIDA. 1sow Por"t JPlo : 8000 5000 Empress La Islet Eugenia, -January---,- reaped rX James M.hereby WlianB.! late or Looms county rf.

and Carts --- -- ---- -- are ratified to appear *
11:11 t tI01i0 Old Figaro and Sale Stable.
tome with the Ju.ge} of countVw
and la fut every other dieciiption of work mad of has This Establishment is Now UoHer full Blast. i 2000( Mori Murat, I'robatef Leon
nnnE undersigned again opened a HOUSE of I or before! the '.
.. fifti.Jhj of
... July.1913. P"
-n L .r pavmenf'
-- .d 1r\1.t". undersigned gives no- i
.1. 'nt.rt.inm..nL in the building known 10100 La Favourita
enmlres to exeent at the klcrtett noiicerH. --1 formerly I 'TIIE I aSs. the eiecat .r ,.f wid estate fifej
a. the Carolina house, and would be pleated to '1 (f the Oeatti of Mi.l'unJ, Mr. Gc*. i. KINUO MOO Andesde Rivas. ', that he has purchased I suggestion of having a writl.a
B. FITTS & CO. lee bit friends at any hour. I. NATHANS.Aptil has taken charge; all communications therefore I 10000 La Fontica, _ the Livery Stable of. it insolvenc.
Y.b.2,186. 9-ly 3. 1858. 14 relative to work Ac., should be addressed to him. 7000 El De Orion WIlliam H. Newsom.in Taluhassee. together with the .: D. w. O\VVXV

- All work coming under the head of this buaine.swill 12000 Regalia Londrts. I good will of the establishment and that he is now Jl&n. :, HHltl n""e 0' PruLllt.

N"EJ"V'Q"--- be promptly mechanically and neatly executedat 2000 Eleocion. prepared to carry on the bnsines in all it* branch1 1 ------- -__ 1-frr
all moderate a charge as price of labor &c., will Oct. 17. 185'1. it I:, and promises the public with good accommodation Noticed- 'df"
if : Spring & Summer Goods !Iii justify.This. in bis line on reasonable terms.

1' I Establishment is not kept op for the purpose DENTISTRY.DR. I F.ICHARD SAUNDERS. I IX Month after the fint piblicathw i4 this nol
of making money (range to say.) all dear bought Sept G. 18116 36 _) tice, tie un'lereign.d will hi. .
J'r..nt fiiul
J. I _____ ______ IIC
Wt HATI -- -- -- amid
SECEIVEO ova n ---- count
experience has demoni.tr ted to me. it cannot be don tjn vouchers a. administrates ..f thr Eatat.

SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! .' 1 I ill region at this branch of business. but for the WILL continue. in future tbe prac_ ____ I FULTON FOUNDRY, I ITa.lla.h.assee cJKluaJ.Jerkm.1 deceased. late of Leon Scanty
benefit ofil'e unfortunate who happen to have Engines of DENTISTRY in Be.uth i .ml) .k for a discharge. W. B M ILLS. Adrut'r '
Per Sampson from New York : and Middle and East Florida. FJ.a. JIID.
and such like to repair. Georgia. 23. 1818. 4.6n.
--0- He baa had several practical experience in the I I ---- ----- .
year -
LADIES DRESS GOODS, The Pattern, Stock, XachineriTo'ils, Ac., bring profession the last three of which has been in those THE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the Notice.SIX
that they have associated thermites in I .
in O/der, end Goud ConJilio"-
HATS Jlf CAPS, M Large Job can te Turned Out vtth2Ceanes I e-cfocs fill and durabls cf country.c"flcter His work and satisfaction is of the meet U business, under the name and style of j months after date I hall present my fiusl v

BOOTS AND |. and !beauti'l and vouchers to the H.n .
SHOES! Dipaich.Shafting teed in instance. Cardy, Baya & Co., | Jii.lp "f Pr-Nts
every I.Jr Jefferson
HARD-WARE AND CROCKERY! Pullie. Plumber Boxes, Hangings for All communieatiou sent to Montieello. (or Che purpose of following the trade Founders and of Benjamin cnisnty.AViudLam.a* administratrix late of the E.'tst.
Ames & Livelv I SUMMER CLOTHING I &h"aflinga. Spur Geanng. Water and S'am Pipe receive attention as soon as previous engagements Machinist, and are prepared to execute all kicx's of and ask for a discharge from said cud! adimni..tr county deeeaf. i,
Cc-Vs. Gauge Cocks. Orate Bars Plow fi..a
Stop Custings.S.r will permit. woik appertaining to this "\hOeeslI. Steam Engines i
HAVE just reeved; the Collowin!. fmgand wl! I Plantation Goods Mailing. Groceries, Ao which we Roller Circular and Upright Saw Mill and .,.. I furnished to order and warranted to give eatifCrcti"n. j> Feb. 6. 18:18. JANE Wl DH.UI. AiDes

assortment of BRUSHES which are I will sell on tbe most reasonable terms. Gust Mill Gearing Circular and Upright Saws .Je_ REFERENCES : Sugar Mills and C!tings of all kinds trade with --- -- 6-4ui -

offered for sale on as reasonable terms a* can be afforded I (JG: i te MS a CALL.IIODGKJSS .tt Ac, Ac. Generally kept on Hand or got up on Short neatness aud dispatch. Plans and estimates furnished Notice.
in any Southern Maiket. viz: SCOTT A POOLE. Notice. In Fact Here if the Place for all that Waut GOT. M. S. run Florida. of all kinds of Machinery and Engineering. Theyare ,
Paint Brushes, ground from 0 to 000000 April 15, 1858. 10-tf Woik in this Line Done up Right and with Di.patch. Ilo:. J. L. SEW A., )r Th.,_.._.11.. Aft also sole agent. fur Hoard .t Aon Steam Entries I SIX Months after dale I shall present m. final
do do do Coppei found from No. 1 to 0, Having some halt a dozen Engines myself constant Uox. P. E. Lon, J for Ginning Cutton. Grinding and Sawing and Harrison ..and vouchers to the HonorabU'jaif' e

Whit* Wash Brushes, of all grades and sizes I ly running caused the EsUbliehinent to be erected Ho:. W. S. Dit.woaTa Iliumtron.Mont) F. '* Grist Mill fur steam or horse power. of Probate Jeflervni cnuuty. as adruini.'r l<>r Window do H>>r. do NEW COODS. the came cause must keep it up. Therefore you can Rllv. W. Eo JOSEPH CARDY the estate of A'fred W. fUvoor. late Clf.aid 'lIal.'!.

Shoe do in pairs and with top knot. always rely on having work doue at the JIoor. J. C.: McOnu. }l Madiaoo, Fit.oxt. WILLIAM BAYA; > deceased and ask for a dich rif from jid aiiounutraion.
Sea Root Bath Brushes CeL. B. C. Pont ALFRED kA SOR. AdO ',
do do Velvet do M. Wnrr SJUTH. Alligator Fla. 22 I II March 6, 1868. I06mNotice.
Horse Hair Flesh do carved and ptaie. MERCHANT TAILOR .1 April 25, 'fi7. 17 -ly_____ ----- -- -
Tooth. Hair aod Nail BrasbM in variety But Here Comes the Next Important Thing. -- ATNA

B"fI'Infant do do Fleth Gloves d<* ,. great I Dealer Gentlemen's In Ready Made Clothing Goods.and i PAY PAY PAY !!! &j From New York, & INSURANCE CONPANYOF fl' \ LL persona having demand.against tie E.t Ue

Furnishing .
of Samuel
I I W.Stephen late Jefferson
will send BRIG REMINGTON. count
Wire bound Stencil BrtAfie*. You to New York Philadelphia and Bal. PER I '
lace will
ed. take
do do .Nli --- --- timore. and hare work d<>tie, without for a moment Onions i HARTFORD. notice that they mud f'rrtrnt
marking Sugar 'I them to tbe undersigned
bound Roof do 7 am now receiving my Fall and Winter sup I dreaminff of crod't] but here at home. where>tbere are CRUSHED Rio Coffee II : duly authenticated' withinthe ;
timepre'Ciihcd by law or ibis not'c vIi t
.'Judle no Banks or Banking facilities or surplus capital ou Incorporated in 1519.Charter Perpetual.
SQr rib do ) Java
Cloths Cassineres P.wdered i ead Li bar of their
ply' of Vesting, 4'c.., oj j recovery hod all person inJeb
1'OOO".1 and '_ kering do want 1. 2. 8. 4 and 5 years credit and then requireone Dee Hive Syrup Starch -0-- I'I'I'
I d t.) said 1 Estate notified
"aj1d.-s *i'e aud Graining Comb. Every Color Style and (jiiality to ride from 50 to 500 miles for pay, and proTia- Dried Apples Soup CASH CAPITAL-1,000OOQ. ire Untie pavcient are hereby lo make no
I )
CV.mr Pair and Blenders bly ultimately] expend from 10 to 25 per cent of
Badger Rice, ,
do do Pencils which I am prepared to make up in the most amount in collecting! Is this ri htl Is this encouraging White Beans Peppr f 1KSITP.E AGAINST LOSS ANP DAMAGE BY FIEE 1 I 17. IBS'MARGARET 15hwNotice AMEAR. AJnt.sApril

Sharing Brashes-Badger, Buffalo and Bri.tle.Bat fashionable style, on short notice Home Indue tr} I If so* can you b* eurpriied Fulton Market Beef AI pice., |. ON TERMS ADAPTED T0 TIlE HAZARD, --------- -----
do that it does not thrive t Sweet Oil, AMD CONSISTENT WITH THE LAWS !
8ult'rtls. : I
Together with a large lot of Paint and Painters Ma. AND REASONABLE TERMS Arrangements must be made for payment before Soda. Sperm Caulks OF COMPENSATION.
terials. -ALSO- delivery of WClI k. through some House"in this place, Pi.t Ash, Adamnntine CauJos! i B. C. LEWIS, A ent. I QMX months after date I l.il! prr..nt my fiusl

Nov. 14. 1857. 47 A LARflfiAKD WELL SELECTED STOCK OP St. Mark, or TIIII&billce-thst is far enough from Mtectrout;, Green Pea, j Fur Talai.! ,st.e and vicinity.: I I I-) account and TmjJicis to tLe H.T. Jud. ..f 1',,.
h.ite. of.Tetfer'nn admm. -
el.en\* trikti d. bois
home. ; r
----- -- ---- -- Mace. Asparagus, j August 15. 1EE7.. 33"QUININE __ __ __ I rw.n' rof the Estate J,ln L L late f ." .'
READY-MADE CLOTHING You may be good but we cannot run after our Pit.kcs! asvrtcd ) 01 :Ofl, I '
United States Mail Line Tumat es ] ct un".. deceased, mud n.I t. lU! .lnrjre f ..
]hard rarumes in th's Dcpnrtmuit. Roides, when Yeast Powder, Current r a > .m .i>!
-FEOM- Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear, Labor I is credited out paitiet try hnrd to in.iktthfin. I.. Joly.. a.1n.' 1i; tratioQ. GLu. W. BLACKBrRX.Adnit'r .
IEWORLEtNSTOIEY WESTINTERMEDIATE I each as Cloaks. Talinas C"ate.Ve'ts. Pnts, &c, Ac, scl.-r believe it is not half done because they owe Mllchel, -ALSO- I| JUST received 800 Ot'scFsSuJr*!. Quinine, : de beams L >r
C I which will be disposed of at low prices.AUo. (or it. f Hrailtl, together with a srn-ntvanety April J o. 1H5S. 13-Pm
-AND- a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shir'!*. Collars.Undfnthirte DANIEL L.VDD. A general assortment of Teas. of pure Chemicala AMES & LIVELY. -- -

PRORIDA PORTS, .Cravat Stock,. Hosiery. &e, ./. -ALSO- August 8. 1857. 32 ---liotic .
CONXECTEB WITH TBkSTEADIER Those desiring a thorough our-ht will cors-i't: their NewF.'r Ttlyll,1t157. An exten'ivc nssortment uf assotte4< CANDY. u___ _ __ c r: __. &1\.. ,'.t_. I ,.1h p'reamit myL tbll

I own interest by giving nif a call as all the above articles SH'P.'P. For Mle by R. IL lEIt The Original Extra Quality arc- unt and vi.u hern to tli. Hun JiirN. of 1',1')0brl'

ISABEL I' have been selected with gnat care. aud with a I r c-LJNKIPff; ] _Sept 2*. 1857._ __ _S9Executors' f..r J..I1. ">n (>urty. a* a.lwi..tn.t..r( with u.
( FOX HAVAXA AXZt CHABLESIOM AT KIT WXtT. special jew to their ad"ptalil.'M to this market. u I CORN STARCH. Will Mme&etl of the K t.ti of J..fflA4 n H EJII. Lteof

...-- I October 18. 18fo6. ly-42 r! I1 multryiied boo-j( love toiuli>nn tic citizen! Notice. )REP.\RF.1J f'Jpree.ly for Pnd.1rs; Ice Cream. *.ii-l rnnntv J.(.II-.Jo l, and ark ('rs.h'ctargefr.mn! ;
I -- '- I JL J. Cakes. Dance Mai: ,'. Ci "'.rd*. PIP*. I'mrMjet, said atluimietr'itioo.
THE SOUTHERN ( f tLi pnc Rill I eurrouuJin country that he A LL | cr..1itHrl.' In.llrgt..d. entitled to
A. B. CLARKE lud opt-iu-d a nunitf 0:12GUXSMITII XX Ii5tnlti"ii eraOLi. or otl'erwiehtreetmi in lt EXtUo .' : 4c. 1.wiv.reh! by AMES & LIVELY. JAMES S.WA1KER.Adiu'V .

S a hip Company I i SHOP, Jon! G !f\ndrr, "!i. ieetcd! l l"t'cLeoim ci>i.n'y.Vloiiiia. .- I O--M.1S57.-- -12Florida --- -- Man-1 13. l"JS. 116nlNotice.. with Le V. 11 ameied

TS now receiving; his Fall and WinterWEAR Stock cf do are hereliKj i.J! to exhibit their chums; -- -
n' '
OF NEW gyfrSTTOt OELEAK3 'nt he u now "pirpirrd to all kind of cork Reports.
.1 Goods tbiUbiC for clongiii'i. to Lie lie of but'ns* in tie, best and !H"t aixl der.Unds within; two years from the ,Iat. ht'rtf I .
taken the mail contract for at>ove ports to the uudemgned. t>r the Hume will l i.e bartd; /COMPLETE in 6 vulunua.
HATING Ik M orLcia'iil: mat ntr. All! ark diiic ut his shop I | OIX ri>ontiis after c'ste.' I shall! present my teal
two first class Sea Steamers regularly warrant ed I. '-.'- I. all ;perrons hiileUed to the said ut'ce.ed iequ s- I t \_> McDOUGALL HOBBY.SVpt O account anol i vuucl-.tr to the lion Judge I't a

twice a month meeting in the Spanish Hole on the consisting i in pait of French and English: Clot!. CII si :::2'Ci ail7it4 j,,,n a trial .5TJ ted to maKe im date pivmrnt.JOSEPH 5._1857. __ 3fBlacksmith; __ ___ __ bale JrtfHOO'n co.ii.tt. ..a 'zrinMrKlrix *f tli" .<
Itth and 29tb and Iu'ing the same eveniu j.THE meres and Wstintcs of all colors, end of the Iwstqual AUGUSTUS 1 OWN.Sl L. SMALLWOOD. ) I tale ..f }',aoei. C tewLt. lnt; of sul-l e(4lJb. t'tf

"STEAMER SPATtA 7" ity. whioh he is prepared to manufacture to order on ( ilht a'or t:> J. & (;. Zuker's, Harness ROBI.RT: H. G.WLE. 5 i Executors. ;'d and tented and ask fvr a .'i- .l,irkre litom aid .in>i....
the most reasonable terms and in the iiiost ____ 1liOMASJ.1'ElKlNS, ) trttifii. EL-1L NTE WAllf. .\" .
will leave New Port in the morning and St. Murks 5 // OP. 185S. 14-3m fas'ti. horse Shoei.g _t-'ttablit/tintnt. S.) i iI''llE
'terminus the ajrnvaUfjJig.Caj, ]r'u'' 'j1Uih'SsTerM rrSll oN ABLMANN ER, Hnlm8ae.! Dee 19. 1857. 51-6m April __ SUBSCRIBER begs i leave fo inform tl>o I March, :0. 159 12CmNotice.
------ -- -
..( '<;; mail, pMvnter*. baffaee and freight to and I Together with a general assortment of Notice. JL citizen "TalLirassee and vicinity thatHENRY
from the Steamer,and returuiag in season for the alVsrnooo GARDEN SEEDS HICK: will carry on tJ.eBLACIS.'IITII .
LL creditors legatei-s and *>ns entitled: t.> I
train. A LL il mtttd f1el tfc. Ei'. .
GnOTIIOFl8J7."TTTE BUSINESS r v nsr < : alI :
The travelling nublie esa now rest uII'lrecl that this that will with dti'ck of Cloth. di'tribution. of and i the E-tate of RoN-rt W. | niJihn
favorably 4.I.
compare any \ieuM call the attention of fiiends nndT I\ F. Iliains. 2eeraed. 1U of JcflT.'i"-nconuty.
Img desired and C""qUt"l1y alterupUd coimuunicatloJ ing ever exhibited for sale: in this citj consisting of our late of Leon county ,1tea*tI. are hereby no ii all its various brpnchea. and i is prepare ] to execnte : mr.- noiifird t.> .enf t..jOlI1. to the LnJ .
tbfi to and prf
to and from tie above ports i is, munch bands a I Hue Black and Colored Cl.>th and Frock iV.ats. well T Krlec'cd pult-c Assortment generally of our present Large{ tif.1 fo prcrnt their' claims anti demands t" ll A>.Hilton un all rdra with neat nets and ifl atdl. Hit wc rk sitiie.I I within tk. tinre pfe'Cribed by law or thi. '. >
aduniiKtrat Messr
to watrant permanency and success. Fancy CassinicTe and Beaver Frock ai d BusmeMCoata. derailed or to Gwynn will be warranted to be equal to that' c-f any other tu-e c|!!I be '..i iu Is ref InC revovrty ; and .,1
Passengers havini slave servants must see to FRESH Of RDEN SEEDS. without dehy. and the fame this he t.llrrt't if I BliicLi>niilIi here or elsewhere, and will guarantee I Icatiif.icti"B prr"tit iudt Wed art r"q'l-t l (o ni k. |"irre<1iJt.
clearing tberu at the Custom House before foiug oo Black and colored Cloth Beaver and Pilot Over- Our Seeds are procured from a Cold C imate. and Dot presented "Ithin two veurs from ( e. : in tyrv JOItOHO .-.itnnt C. .U. WILLIAMS AdtitiApril .
i Ii. ]
board. Sack Snrtouts, i I consequently will floun-h tie butter in a "warmertne W. WHITE, Admt'r.May USE SHOEING Repairing and I,. iin- : f. 1858 H-'.

rIM look afltr your Ba \\ plantation stork and all ..th > --.--.--- -- -- ---
---- --- -- --- -- -------
For further partirul 'ra.'Apply Pants, I' that you may secure the varieties vonAMES dewre. ; er branches, appertaining to his bu-ines* Notice.OIX
DANIEL LADD, Aeent. Beet Grenadine. Barathea Satin and Cloth Vests if t LIVELY. i Notice."VTOTICE will receive careful and prompt atten .

Yew Port. Fla. July 11. 1857. 28 Fancy Velvet Cassinjere Silk and Cashmere do. JSD'll ty 9. l8S. 2 is hereby given that baa been tion. It H. ERUY. months after date I shall prevent my final
White Silk do, -L\ entered the General Latd cuea Feb. 13. Hir-. Aifer.t O: i *m>uot and voucher an a.lainutraU ot the e.-
at .
fcCHEDULE OF TRAINS I G ents'Shawl Dressing Robon. Pius Shirts Silk HENRY ARCHEY location of the following Land t Warrants preventthe : -- tate of Pn' !'n r.H rnlt. decessed, to time Il"<
I Cotton and Merino Under shirt., rpH IS CELk.BATtD STAL- Military congi-ess-wafer. Jai W of Prob te r>f Leon count. ami Ilk t-r a die
issued John D.
o y THE No. 7.311Cor 120 acres to ;
I Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. .J_ JOy will stand at my Harley. t"IIIC J. R BOOTWKIOHT A<*nir

FLORIDA BAIL EOAD -ALSO- _ Stable, two milr West -of the__ and No. 15092 No 19.0tll for 120 for acres 80 acres i..su.d issued to William to Mary Biinke';, AFRESH supply.just rece'ved.' rod 4IIVELV for wteby | Much !(). 1853. U-41m
AMES --- ---
I city 11 Tallahassee, the ensuing season, to terminate (
Widow of Jacob Brinkel residents of Leon
A general assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and the 20ili day of June next ( omnty. __Sept 19. 1857._ 58Plows. Notice.
Fla.) the Act of March 3rd. 1856. The ----
Satin Stocks,Tie and CravaU. Collars colored and HENRY is about 16 } bauds high; dark liny,well unllr ab"Y I
white Kid and Silk Gloves Buck and Lisle Thread formed and finely mufcled and was rai ed by JobFreeman. Warrants were sold and transferred to -, purchased OIX weeks after the tint publication of tlis onriee..

LEAVES FERN AN DIN A DAILY do. Ladie Gauntlets superior Linen, Caii'bric and Erq. of this county. He was sired by the by Lucius will be M.made PoIson to, and the hive Commiwioner been lout.-of I FINE LOT, various ize, I O the und<-r*igned a ii l make application to IBSlono4bU
A of Loin
> Prubat
Ju.lgtt 4>f !'"
Silk Handkerchiefs, Brown and Fancy Cotton Lisle celebrated CHARLES ARCIICT foru.eily owned by the Cor sale bv 1 county.
(SUNDAYS EXThP TED,) Thread and Marino | Hose, tc, Ac CALL AND rubecnber. known as one of th*. purest blooded horses Pensions ials thereof.for duplicate Warrant LUCIAN in place of the orig- McNAUGhl', ORilOND 4 00. I .>f aduwl.tration on the Estate of C. Godbukl

arrival of Steamers from Charleston and Sa DUY. in the Southern country; (Qf the Archey Stock) 1 Br C. M FOLo Jun. 23. 1858. 4 I oec-a ed, Lite (said county. .
Oy October 18, 1856. 42 bis darn fine not known. His H ; JAMES T. ARCHER.ApnU4.
Caltahan with it mare, pedigree get
connecting at Stag for 11858.
Trader's Hill and Gtitrenll ', Ga. ; at Raidwhi) with i i. of the finest Chl"'lIcterD be seen at any time in 1. 18. CIGARS LAROE lot just fI I 1888._17w_ _

BUee f>r Tallahassee; at T,all Bridge 'with Stage NEW BOOKS. the neighborhood, and will show fur themselves. eel""d by Notice to Debtors.
for Middleburg; and a' Stark with Stages tsr 7ewMnoville To encourage the spirit of raisvur Fine Stock he Jut Received McDOUGALL A HOBBT.

Oaiiisville, Micanopy Fl tniagU>o, and JUST RECEIVED Af/ will stand at the low rates of FIVE and TEN DOLLARS Per lt Secorf'ffdm New York March 21.'81 12 I ALL per m* indebted to the late firm TOWLS
The subscriber has Franci
-so iNbfRA5Ci. been d
Ooala. I MYERS. are requested to com f> r srd.
?1 o ..l.. A.SI. fO,, i.r. *T(>er>ted > on a.rnval -- I> CU' BOOKS NOVELS- driven -to this necessity from the fact that too frequently rr, BOXE English Dairy Cheese, New Maps of Florida settl. Mr. R. B. Goaaas 6 duly authorizMl H'
of Slaves, and conneciimj at Feruaodina with U\Jn.-a o,4... .. BW'-r., mares are not brought forward regularly O Smoked Herri tie all accounts. S. W. MYERS.
Steamers for Savannah and Charleston; on Monday, ELORISOo-True1.ltJ Mexico; or ill treated thereby wvoting success when the 10 Keg O'he PUBLISHED BY T.l1J1h.IIfI. Feb.20. 158. 8-tl
Tuesday, Wednesday and Fiiday. DR. KANE'S Arctic'Expedition; horre is by DO means at soiL The money will be 6 BU*. Dried Apple, C. DREW. Jariaomritie Florida :.!. ___ _
A. H. COLIC, Sup't MEMOIR of 3.8. Prentica. Speeebe &d.; den,andeu in each case should the mare be traded, 1 Bbt B an*. Ii oticeALL
May 1.1858. 18 THE DAYS of my life-A novel by tlj* sold or otherwise disposed of. Twenty-five cents in For .1e R.BERRY. LARGE and complete with Railroad and Town- demands against the Estate

a thor of Margaret and Zaidee ; each case, will be quTed by the Groom. For farther April 17. 1858. 1& Fur sale by %person Win. H.* bavii-g Ware, deceased late of Jtffrrsoo
.850,000 Cash ISADEL-A novel! information appl to the lub '. McDOUGAL & HOBBY. toll
notified U> present fhem un-
Feb. 6 county are hereby
81858. .
WIFE To the !
j' 3,000 Bales Cotton -A novel; designed administrator within the time prescnUd bylaw
Tallahassee. MarcA 27. 1858. 13 '
5,000 Leon County Bond Simms n. neve E. DAVIS returnsherthank.tothe Lochfines. or they will b* barred and all those i iadsbtetf
Florida Railroad. of Tallahassee and the are requested to make payment imm..imatehy.
UNDERSIGNED makes the surrounding
T following pro- A HOBBY O A HALF BBLS. Lnchfine Herring just landed BM1TH SIMK1XS, Admfr
for the liberal be
poniti.iui to his friend and customer viz: July 4.'ST. J7 country very patronage beeto'.re
First-He will receive Cah in paymert for allampuuta mr .2)1 J .to..e and beg leave to inform them that she ha +.t\J ad for sale price. $10 half barrelMcNAUGHT.ORMOUDA Mar. 8. 1868. Mw* ..

due him on IIOt.H. bomls or open account Pure Zinc White I AT a meeting of the .Bc..rdIf Virtet..r.If 'he I o band and .el selected assortment of 00.
SeC"ondly-Io the absence ..f CaxA be will receive Florida Railroad Company held at Fernandina FANCY GOODS Co' spring which she will tell Dec. 19.18i7. fil Notice.

C6tu io payment for all bonds, notes or open accounts (GROUND in prepared LINSEED OIL.) on the 7th day of November A. D, 1857 the following upon th* moet reasonable term Month after date. I lIpreeDt to U. Ho -
resolution was adopted : USher's White Lead. SIX of Probate in aol for ihe county of M'>*
at its highest market price. \\T bT jOlt received a fresh supply of this newT Apl 10,1858 /
Thirdly-Io the absence of Cak' and Cotton h* T and beautiful White direH from the manufactory WUEBEAS The work on the Florida Railroad having Extra aDd No. 1, ground in Pure Lioe i-b. my final account and vooelcr. AI dmin.tr tcf
will the of .OoO Leon advanced to a condition which bring it into use Sale PURE of the Estate of RicLrd Hrrison deces***!. sad
receive tq amount f County "0 1 offer it to the public with moet perfect just received,aod for sal by
Bonds *>l their market T lue, in payment of Bonds, confidence a. poeeeaing all the qualities which render ful connexion with tte business of the interior and The Y in JUNE Next. AMES LIVELY. shall then apply for a final tli.crinre CMiI said' .Jmiowtratioof -
note and accounts. a paint most detirable, viz: It. incomparab'. the practicability of a successful prosecution of it to April 3. 18M. 14 I. U. HARRISOX, Adol i
He would inform his friend and customers that brilliancy of Color,freedom from all PO O"II qualtlut I the end being re xiabrj demonstrated the Company BY virtue 0"a writ of fieri lat". loaned from the May S. 1858. 19-m

his payments for the month of February and Marchare -Htt>er itijuritp the health of tbe workmen or which has thus far conducted tbe'enterprise consider I .lerk's Oflier of Leon Circuit Court, wherein _

very heavy and 1M feels confident, in consideration inmate cf newly painted apartment*-it* d enabilityin that a point has been reached where they may hope Wil Budd i i. Plintian4 Arm PO"el is Dfeo Liverpool Sack Salt. Notice.S .

of the reat indulgence heretofore extended the most exposed situation, and its great r-nri| to be met by the confidence and co-operation of the dant have levied upon and will % o.1. OXAA SACKS Cargo Brig( J. Carrer daily ex hH flail
they will ONE aD(1 ALL com forward and avail only to WJtitt Lead 1 in all the null use to which planter and merchants of the interior.: fot of the Ocrt-bo'ua door, in the of Tallaba C/UU pect d. Will 5 sold low in large lql rx month after date. I the HoooraW present my Judge 01

themselves of the inducements offered in this advertisement i the latter has heretofore been applied. For pale bv 27 rrfore. Retolred Fbat \he Secretary b directed see. Leon county within legal buor on. the first on shipboard at Spanish bole.SICNAUOHT. account and voucher to .. admmirfratx *i
aod pay at least'an amount sufficient to enable i AMES & LIVELY. to invite uhkcriptione to Ue Stock of (tbe Company Monday id,June next the following described; ORMOND A CO. Probate for J.ff.m'iu oll'fatllaaiaJ eonntj. l'oItoID" .d.aDd..k .

him to meet bit liabilities. Should there b April 8, 185$. 14 I upon the same termji as heretofore, and to take erty, t wit: negro man name John, about !pop Feb. a. IUS. I uffit'io of the Berate wudadea'nistratioo.
any (I hop cone) whose eircamatance will"not en* such step as may affo-d the m.*t convenient opportunity 60yers old. Levied as the property said -- t* a di charg from lateSherifland

bl*them to comply. even i in part. I here they will j Notice.SIX to the inbnbiUnta of the several interested d. rant, and t be td up satiofv said writ according Burning Fluid WM.JI.A DREWS. iffltV.**tlim 1*

com forward at once and ay a*. close up their account Counties to take Stock.A l.. R. SAUNDERS, Sheriff. .

and make the very best arrangement io their I month. after date shall. prtwent my final ac true copy from the minute May 18d.CQPaerhpiNotice.. OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY reeci"eJ.Dd Mllyl.
power for payment hereafter, that h* my know and vouchers to the Hon.Judge Prnrmt GEO. W. CALL Sc'y. sal. trr AMES a LIVELY. 1858.Attachment.

what to depend upon. DAVID C. WILSOX.F for Jefferson county a* adminntrator of the Entateof January Jl.'lWT. 5 .
.U. 1868. 7-tf John R. Blaekledfre late of paid county. deceasedand In pursuance of the foregoing resolution, notice i i. David c. Wilson V In JoMiee. Court for seeoolM.

ask for a discharge from Mid admi.imtration, hereby given that tho book of the Company are permanently T Laws of Florida. Courier. Leon eounty. Amoant
net-chip, under the name and style of
.PIANOS RECEIVED.. 1503.0.. ODER, Admfr.May open at Fernandiaa w her subscripHon to 1857. MeDOUOALL HOBBY. H. W, Tbomp oii.)"swurn to 1 4S 81.100.
15. 18U. JCMra may be made either in per*>n or by letter the :Myers:: Q-cx"xk3,33., BOUND 1857. 2ft Defendant and afl other*.i interest*!ar- her

T HE SUBSCRIBERS have just reeelYld direct amount of the present DPI..ttmflnnt being {17:00 .n and ,i continue the batmen* i all'its branches at !! : rUE notified *f the comroeBeetwnt / thi' .?'

JL (toni the most relijabe Louse in the United Notice.OIX each "h Ire of't 100: .00. This company is the owner the Stand Towle & Myer. where they intend Health Bitters. return.bltoa Jnatice Court to b* held *'T.Ua..
VtaU*, fiVe nperior town site of Fernaudit.a and Cedar Key and al-o keepingfull aatortment wan article appertaining ha.M. no the Slid Minday,the 14th day of June, *

PIANOS IX weeks after the publication of this notice the 750.000 acre of laml. property which bad been appr to their Mwoch of bni.and nope by constant at- T"X) theM wiffertng-from Dy. *. DeMit,. soL < D. 1848. and to appear.and plead to the f"JGiv *-
undeisigned will make aPfIHo.atilo to tbe Hon. .M tl at over f2.000.OoO, and it i i. believed that a, Untion to merit patronage heretofore extendedo lebl.d health or deranged Mate at the Stomach. cndr my hud and seal tJm dlIII
of various 'yle* and prices. Persons wishing to Judge of ProUte,of Lafayette oountv. for !tetten of further aee *ment of from $8.00 to 10.00. per share the late firm.t to, &Q. theo ,Bitten ar* reomnModd fcy the March, A.D, 1858.
supply theaWlvea/wDl please call admiowtration on the Estate of ". W.-Whitl ; deceased will be sufficient .
at. y. to finiah the road. 8ELIMW.MYERS. .F.cW'r.M a certain ear*). ?os'sal.by : L3LwE'r.L.Jt [
MILESNASHiCO. late of laid eoonty. Wit O.CLEGG. .. ? OEO. W. CALL Sec'y. 'It. B. BUTLER ADZKHAM.Nor. Justice cube FeeC'

Tallaha e*, Ju. $G, I&5SV My 15, 168., t-ew Jut.9, 18&@. 2-tf TallahaM..,Jaanary lf [i6J] IStl.GR.IC. 1" UIIT. 48 )IAtch 2C. 158.The 1-111 .

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