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 12, 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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VOL. X...Nt> 24;
, FLA. JUNE 12 1858.

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f" = prort55thnutarb.r ; -I Ir professional rmfc pasinrss r. .: That isiight: my boy/the'-.;- the ,ua.tthVht face of,

.-- -- .' __ r.T L"-"U We have tleiived Close of the" *'\'?Ii'- Drama in time .%tl iitl s'niling nj-proviiigly upon bright
-=-=- -==:: == --.0.== to British ancestors.
our .
: Mates.The his lilt!.- boy. He Lad just brought Mm f.\
r- ILES'MSB"It : 'VM. E. ANDERSON, I Walton Mary 'l alton from them the principles liberty established! latest accounts: from Florida render i it I dollar that Jay the dust and ..weep.I .

.At"torn.ey: : a"t La -, Tell me, tell me, where i* die : and consecrated by Magna-Charta, the trial 1 certain that the delegation of friendly Seminoles I among
i I* the plaint -nith the chil.lrcii the of light, the habeas: corpus I ang":
IEALflR 5 If by jury, petition sjccessful ir
-AN DSOLWUOK On the tlnit.y-fprinl.led! lea, from the'et have 1 Always be Lencst. It's the beat policy'j !

UUCGS, J|& LUSTS, /..VMVKIANN'A EQL.lTr; I (;alh .rir.g FlowerFrom -, act, and the revolution: of 16S.! \ndyt.1 their nation" to induce theirbeggared am: |I j Should you say that f asked the boy tirr.-
I notwithstanding 11 this, I should beery ,
the lowers, to l1igmtt'o -
H.A. I flmibhNlljrethH'u of :the I\ergladcs ( 1 iJ: .
MEDICINES 1 |f| OILS I !i ---0- Wince can Mary Walton I W* I IGo unwilling to make the Biitish Government; Amer a I ; .*J Shoi.Id I say, what that honesty is the

; in the Courts! of Jaclson, WIlIoLiD model fur our li'gMat'on in republican: I This handful of determined} : wLn .
"PRACTICES honored
t it time
bet is
41J ssck her the river : *> Why a ayhtr.
"17 OULD inform their romb) and the p'ibli*, I .L l.y Look its effect in : Is it a i
1 ton and Frsnllin-in the Supreme Col:!t at Lea. ica. at practice. coo'd with l.c- .
I i with; feign
oft H !I'1nt"r t''e lilies fair, desperate, we say Don't know about the elevating tender
tV band nssoitment UC '
have on ft good ir.tlurnee !
they i riannaand in tie United States District: ult At I Government which sheds i i-s benign ,
line of busine! Wading i in the c" '-' in their the The is narrow.j
articles M are generally kept A I ; thing. spirit
I' paluchicola. Sc if von can tin-1) her there, I like the dews of heaven, upon all !its subjects ? resisted ry
Thelirrns I defied and
j'i lull be r.a"onalllf) i iJ: t-lraj-iiij Or is i it not n government, where taciiubts: the ; and of of the cIliefI .
(> armies stratagies one .ttsetmoy.
lion. J. WayleUiler.! Tallahassee, Long in staying, toe interest I So ;grandmother taught mo/ replied
_Tallahassee: April VthJ853': : __14.----- H. I. Uutpers. A ent S. W. R. Bauk, See if Mary Walton'sHie tl.aere' I of the many: are sacrificed: to promote poers of the! globe, at an expense to the HII- :ihl! sail ua should do: right becasGod *

Dr. Miles H. Nash Hon. J.J:Flinty. il f ari luia. of tfefiwJ l The landed aiistocracyhave I', ptbl"c: ; of millions of money, being now rej j approved it, without caring what man
ISaac WiJgct;Ag't. B. Columbus! Jfirianna. thc to the Muwaved (ocfan controlled the election of a majority: of duceJ to the list extremity of want; : by th. I
| would
orrrss HI* ruorKswi.vLMEHUESTO THE CITIZENS or I Dec 12, 1857. 50-6m Seek IHT on the i cl/Ll\" strand, the members of the House of Commune\ and of the Florida : s.iy.
ADULODthuoOCNThT. --- ceaseless and! pitti'ess pursuit The merchant turned toward tIt '
TiLI.AHASSEB : --- -- (;A'h'riT: ti'iv fehi-tl) and spaweedIn themselves the House of Lords. : abruptly
with Dr. M. Nafh.imraediatclveastofthe j n'INIIART.: i! her tLutby 1-chy land, they compose of their : volunteers, over bill snd dale, throughmoras--,, dosk, and the t'-oufjhtfu! faced little boy rtt
II The main and principal object j
gently, scope and water, have at length fl1ccumbecl.I .
(! I .-t"torn.cy h,1; La : Ktep ye the landed swamp j suiiied his duties.
May 19 1855. 20 __ i-:tik inUctly legislation was to promote great Though rejoicing in the event, and recrgni/-:
__ __ Tallahassee Florida. : and I ; In the course of the morning a rich mir.
I it-)] f)ot.tiiiU iu the sanj. interest, that of the iargo manufacturers: connected with
.11 ED Tl A L SOTICE. ing in this, as in everything I I died! into the store. While conversing Lo
tic Circuit Courts of the iliJ- of national debt amounting .
practice in : this fund-lioiders 11 the Red Man the trai.J of I'rovi
\\TJrt. the of '
-0- Little children) hasten thither wane sid I
I District and the Supreme Court of this: to more than seven hundred and !iffy
Drs. Robertson & BondTTAV1NO State, and the District i Court of the United States,at Thro' the! dingle o' I Tallahassee WOfliei over the Storo of }Iessrs.G. Seek\ tier oil the hill and mountain, millions sterling. to accomplishthese Spartan courage and resolution which has so \) that
formed a co partnership: in the prftclicLi j I it became tu I j to adopt one. My experience i*, a boy
Lead her home to me, necessary oppress
gently purposes them defence
of their profession, utTer their services Ihe cit long of twelve, which is the age I should prefer, is
is beneath j
Little Where tho
l Jan. 30, 1858. 4 fairy, the poor. cotiiitry Well I
soil. '
tho ancestral
of their homes
irons of TnlUhaisec: and surrounding country. 1 __ IM'\Ilglli. Mary, upon : always confirmed in his habits and if tier arc
Z3$- Office over the Store lately occupied by Betton !I li. Lithe ones such wit' "itli t'ice. the sun, in which pauperism prevailsto I has this var'iko band sustained. the characterfor 1 bad -'
A. IIis8- such a fearful extent ? Is it not known I in and
superiority energy{ courage so gen- '
said the merchant that
Feb. 28. 57 9-tf "_ I LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE And they fped-those little diilJrc-n, to the whole world, that the wages boils of I erali: accredited:: to their Mobilian family. |: lad Stop !' 'you see ,

-E.-llAUNAHD Jr. TALL.&IIASSE, FLOEIPA.OrFICE Uglllly-fooh..J oVr the Kind, agricultural and manufacturing labor anti reduced This termination of the Seminole struggle yonder
I 1 With that noble brew?- what of
her in the yes
!: IT STAICS IX TilE fitME BU1LDIXG AND OPPOSITE Sought! i>lln.1'Hvy3ller. to the very lowest: point necessary to in Florida is accounts event of :
WILL CONTIXCK TIIK Soujrht her on the pl>My strand: j on many an I! him !*
THE DOOR OF TUE ILOKIDIAN A JulRNAL OrfHCE."VA7ILL : !.. sustain human existence ? Look at Ireland
With to aU! the Atlantic :
Phi find her, ; deep respect '
i lie remarkable
BUSINESS Practice in the Circuit Court of Gadsden.T ye is -
DRUG & MEDICINE the fairest land I have crerseern Her laboring
T Leon Wakulla,Jefferson and Madison, and Did ye bind her, j !tubes, or, indeed,, for al! those tribes dwellingbetween J Yes, yes-that is what everybody tells
C5f" AT THE OLD ETAXn, II'GY.J1E3 Gently to little band ? population is confined to the potato.:
Jour and the it
1 the
attend promptly to the collection of notes and accounts either th- | me who has boys to dispose of. No doubt
in of said Counties. Rarely, indeed, do they enjoy is the solemn closing scene in that marvellous, 4
any he will do well beforo face I've
Mary Walton! yes Wt' found her, I I : enough your ,
the beef which their
Feb 27, 1858 9-tf wheat or country produces
and drama of tho white and
07 THE MOETAKj :Hooping 'ueath a hillock lone chucquei tragic : tried a good many and hare been deceivedmore
----- -- in such abundance. It is
l>lue-ej 'd ilui>iei' \ratchiupr o'er her, plentiful 'j red races which began with the landing of tl.rtn P1
GWYNN & HILTON And her chiefly sept abroad: for foreign consumption. I' once.
I nuiue upon a eton the colonists at Jamestown and Plymouth. I 'I to the merchant
Oornwef Cliutorand :Mocroe teet.Tattahaiipee. I ruiiitint Heavenward I wa? going sayreplied
-A.ttom.oys: ixt La With the surrender of this wrecked and decimated that he is remarkable for : s
: ,
January, 1S55. JTj liver: IluIH'uwur.l.l Hie people of England aro now ttrug- I calmly, principle.
NOTICE. TALLAHASSEE, FLA.D. I Ij ThiT' has Mary Walton flow !" andI remnant on the Florida peninsula the Never: did I know him to deviate from time
MEDICAL: grog to make their institutions more free>, Indian I
falls forever
-0------ curtain upon sovereignty I sir-never. lie would .
give a pin.Indeed
_e_ j ,V. CWYJVX & It. K. HILTON, ,1 Lnglo-Aml'ricanlsm--Presldtpt Buchaa- trust in God, that: they may succeed ; yet, and Indian independence fast of the Missis- he is littlo honest for up
A. PEELEIt..J. C. fltTES.L. associated! themselves together in the i t tI an's Opinion of tbe British Goternmcnt. their whole system is artificial and without I ( a my employ.
--- -- sippi.
-- I lIe the flaws in the and I
HAVING goods,
Drs. Peeler & Bates I of Law will give;: their joint attention j II breaking it down altogether, I do not perceivehow The uri d memories and incidents of the
I to all busings entrusted to them. They "ill attend I Itbe the condition of the mas* of the peoplecan rSI1Uct teach! him prudence u> that respect.
r. HAVING as">ciated thenistUfs ill the practice i Supreme Court the U. S. District Court. cud the I Ii It is soirmvhat remarkable, tin.t! : at this much ameliorated. In the I I'' r1st-tLo horrors of the Philip war, the ter- i Common prudence: you well know, isisi
:and Sur iry, respectfully offertheir i Circuit Court at Tallah.if! Jte, and also, the Circuit I| I II ]articular juncture of affairs we should foci be present rib: Narragansett massacre, the Smith and common-Common l'rudence-ahl'm.'

Bervic.'!y to the Public, in the treatment of all Couitsof Oadsden, "Walulla! JefTerxon! Madison and j I ;I ny American. journal smothcnnjj! the insults I state of the world- -no fl end. of tho human Pocahontas romance, Wyoming, the fearfultragedy 1 i j The stranger; made tssent, and the rner-
icnte as well ai chionic (disease of all cliaractersOfilre Hamilton Couaties. Office at the Court-house :In race ought, probably, to desire its immediate I .
I o our fag with profuse compiments! to Great I on tI Monongahela: tbe disaster cf
chant continued to
\VauLeenah! Jt-tfeieou co. Fla. I'I't We like I say- ;
TallaLaSsse.: destruction. ought never, England,
)Britain, as a nation: with which it i is our se- St. Clair Horse. hoe-llenJ and the other '
Jan. 858 2-tf lIe orphan taken by an old
March 6, 185& llyHOGUE ( : was a parish ,
-- I _- .-H-__ -- -_ i \erect duty to "be en terms of superhuman ta-raise up by legislation any great interestsof I victories of Jackson, the woful and bloody I woman, out of pity, when yet a baby. Poverty .

H H. BERRY, & AMAKER>> 1 1ATTO1iNEV' :liss and pcacefclncss. It js remarkable tore monopolies, to oppress!; the people, which scene at Fort Meigs and a host of others,- has! been his lot-no doubt he has suffered -
down without
Auctioneer and Commission' I this: from any journal: published in this we cannot put crushing the I crowd upr n the mind .13 we tarn our cys upon I from hunger and cold uncounted times.!

r ER CHAN rr. & COUNSELLORS I I Jepublie, but niot remarkable! to see it in a Government; itself. Such is now time condition thi? final scene in the Everglades of Flor j His hands and leet have been frozen. Sir t"

I j jI ourn .1 notorious for what! it calls: its .' .timer- of that tountry.! I am no admirer of the I ida. Tis the close of the drsma in the Atlantic .
AJ.i nASfiEE, Fla 1 Sept._29, 1855. _n-:T9 ..D..T l lnti constitution clihor: in church state j that: boy would rather die than have been
or ,
I formed a co | aitin-i-lnp :::. tl.c} practice of : i iI canism, but which!1 H: popularly known as I'I'Xothng.m ;I : States.0 of to-day are the w itnesscs | dishonest. I can't account for it-'pon my -
I desire !
S."S". KNIGHT, I HAVK, and v.-ill alteutl to uuy prufessiuual busii i I\ -. Ilip-llapism and RowIjUiii. as it at present exists. not a splendid i of this closing event Tho generation susceeding I word I can't.

: ness cntiuftt.i to the.: can- I I government! for this country. will learn of the lied Man's story '
; . ... I II JOtS any upon
I D.l'.nOUn;, PERLY AMAKER. As the! application is truo to Anu-iica today I'
Here \Vt? lnve tIle X PY or fxpn!: r,3: ; I only from the pages of hMorv. Not time least in the world what .
Tl.t.II ktcI:':, n."RU"\ I May 1. Ih'S. 13 I fn is :Ar.! Buclrtnan'siew; of the wantsof except ,
-- _: -.-- -- -- I;vhich has worried itself: into an cxisttnco: byScaling The lIed Men( of America What a mystery benevolence offers. Indeed the boy
rM I.er 1. H\\;,. OS; ___ I II the British: : Government a-i just to-day as common
: I I WILLIAM SCOTT ; : death to foreigners, changing its they are Everything: about them is tnj s- I is tco good for me.' -

T. W. BREVARD, Jr., I IJ i ,\ :une into a considerate cheer! for England, ; it was when spoken in 1S3S-'. And ceitainly -. I tery. :Their unknown origin, tho blank oblivion I Then! I will adopt him-and if I Lava

._ttcDrx1o37-: ; I.aLIVV' j\7Y T1N tA:7: :ind long lifo to the foreigners who Lave i it does not present any ioature of such extraordinary of their history previous to the discovery i !I found one honest Joy in my searches, thank

TtI.LtlltsL'I : FM. j, IfXrICELI o. FLA'J II !;icarcLed and fircJ into our ve-'seN; disgraced I : freedom intelligence :as would I the melancholy and inexorobl annihilation i (I oiL'(
30 t 1 ., ....! within I aut!>?iize us to invoke this country to adoptit
u1 "0.111; ;nn itir .trradi'd 1 llajl :
I'" <>n= our
: their
7 of tl.elr; tribes after acquaintancevitiitmeEuropcarms :
April! 1. 1 ;5s. 17 .. i The little fellow rodo with him in a carriage,
-- of it t u.c
-- : igut; our own E.jorc-s.: ul.0} i r.a a. model, much less tolerate it as a. I
-- I'
r HIGH A. COltLEY, ---I ?Jr.IJCJ\L, i'iOTHJI.. ; \ILon7ere! to fire a pistol into the office of t! '_UJ' --b----. ,.' !! the singular polydaimon-" .' I and- was- ushered! into, a" .luxurious_ __homo, and

r at Law -0- I he New York Express, we wonder if tI' !j I their dialect, the occasional position of a listening: to the words of a -poor, pionV"oTfd[
Sketch of Luther Carl vie.
Attorney F. Shine would refrain from ret-dating : by oLl.ers'holl different
Dr. Win !ditor of the lattr j tribe surrounded by ,) woman, who had Leo taught of tha Spirit,

I' TM.I. ..it 'ss7E.: FL.'. orrens! ins .o"L= SEVVKTS! TO Tiir rrM.ir. j J JOFFICE in consideration cl :the Protest."nt's! I A coarse rugged, plebian face it was, with! in customs, traditions and !angur'ge, their peculiar I i i became: oi.c of the best and greatest diviner
.: J.innarv 17.. 107.RICHARD. .-lv : nUJI. .wmg that of Drs. Gamble & Betton. j MonArchism or the English; c.liter. If i great: crags of check-bones wild amountof trats of chH8ctcr-sHent and sombre, j England ever produced.! '

: -= BRADFORD-- :I fe, 1858.::; 19-1y.. __ I ]10 were gui led Ly such ideas, we dare he I pn ,sionite energy and appetite But in with a cast of features expressive of habitual

\ -- h I ;worn there is not a Ui;>-tap! Lodge in the I his dark eyes were floods of sorrow ; and sorrow, the darknesa which hangs over the Silas Wright's Wealth.

; ATTORNEY AT LAW\ DENTISTRY.I ;and that would not 'censura' and scout him, I deepest melancholy! sweetness, and mysterywere future destiny of those! tribes west of the Mis J i "'

TALLAHASSEE FLA. j rind tar and feather the Albion man >f they all there. Often did thero seem to meet sissippi-all is mystery. The Daily Wisconsin, spfbking of the

; : lonld. I in Luther the very opposite poles in man's To the American everything connected wealth: of the moit eminent American states
Office ) 4
Office in the Post Building ..
May "L-----( _21 ___ te ; The Express bclie\cs thero is no nation in character. He, for whom Richter had said with the past, the present!' and the future of men, concludes its list with the following reference .
f --- -- 1 l.arope[ for which we ought to have so much thatliis i words: were half! battles ; he, when i the Red :Men of! the United Sta'es should to Silas Wright:

: Yonge & McClellan, ,orhearance fz Great Hiitain. It admires be first be an to preach, suffered unheard possess( a peculiar! interest. What a sorrowful

!; A.'t"torn.oys: at: X.allW. I I her constitutional monarchy, invokes her agony. Oh, Dr. JStaupitz," said he to the and wondrous story of revenge, bloodshed, Silas Wright, with his estate of 81000,

;; rB.AOTICIi: ix' A.I. THE C.HETS or TEST t-LORIDA. I Ij ," fieo institutions," relies on her Protestant- vicar-general of his order, I shall did in ruin and annihilation constitutes their history I was really wealthier than many others aro

Oflicc at ;M \ \\XA. I sin," kneels to her press, panders to her passions three months. Indeed I cannot do it." during the last two centuries. Two hundred with 8100,000. Ho owed no man anything

j C. C. YONGE..J. McCLELLAN.. II IIf I IPJIE beholds in her the bulwark: of "civili Dr. Staupitz, a wise and considerate man, years since and the entire area of that vast I ho met h:3 obligations with tho utmost

March 18, 1858. 11-tf '- Jcraignd rives, notice that be intends tisX i sation: ," and concludes with the faith that said! upon this, Well, sir, :Maitin, if you region lying between the Atlantic Ocean: on promptness, and'nver indulged! in any luxury .
f --- --- -- -- -'--- the iting ( uitl(',"-where prokffcwually he will!>several>-p tfi"times! to wait iluring! on : these things, with considerable! mind\ *,ought; must die, you must : but remember that [they tho East and the Mississippi! river on the that he could not pay for. Ha was amod-, -
J F. present year; to all immediate excitement heed heads too. So West and bounded North and South by tho el republican simplicity. It should also
Benj. Young, I ail thu: ; who may be in want of Lij !'rruccs. repress growing good up yonder preach, ; ,
Teeth ius'\ .rte fl l on the Chc"pln 1'rocecaprocess I' out of gi .\-tlJcs; which, a"top( all, may be i man, preach, and then live or die, as it hap I line of great lakes and tho Gulf of :Mexico\ ,I I bo understood that he \tas net mean in saving .

)i1flAND\ iy I entirely new. v lie).lluudi surpasst' eds of au the)thing best yet certificates dil''tIY'I; but the result of some- official: blu-.iders, or jai.t j !pens." fco Luther. preached and lived i and I was tenanted by numerous tribes_of lied :Men.= I .., money. r .' .
I crcd for full Setts some oiiici.ii misiaite.It : lie became, indeed, ono great whirlwind of 'Where are now ti.oso tribes i Two Jlul1drc l here was sotr.ctning. gionocsm witness-
SOIJCITOli C7 EQUITY.ctie can,Monday.be shown. February: in its the favor.lilt, and Will will be remain in Quiney till the on I is not likely that twenty-seven ofIiL-i.il: energy, to work without resting in this world, I 'years since, savage and ferocious beasts con j I ing 'great, statesman like Silas: Wright, mao,.

; \\T ILL : lu the Courts Federal of the Courts.Eastern Cir 10tH. p. it. LJ WIS. I blunders" could I takp fil.ice' with sum; infamous and also, before he died, ho wrote very many ;tended for the mastery with scarcely less sav- er asking a pecuniary f.:1vor-or: ev4p accepting
V and the
> cuit ef Florida, I
: Jan. 1C, 1653. :-tf I precision as the aggressions on tli:* books-books in which tho true roan-for in .age and ferocious man ; and thc;r red lords one ; yet possessing only an income thatcould ,

., (ornti: AT R CAIN'PL'P>VI1LE)' .V"CES ALACIICA: COUSTI.) -'-- 5 JEHICtL: -IVOTICL:. I II ha only-seven. American vessels. The. Express the midst of all they denounced and cursed, I themselves were engaged;, in Lime perpetual I support him and his wife in frugality

I thinks that the Styx, tho Jasper, and what touches of tenderness, lay. Look at 1 butchery[ cf their own race. Primeval virgin When ho was elected Governor of the great-

CArr.COL. J.J.D.J.AIKET Lt-rl1: !,, )i. Cf-arttlon, S. C. I i.iLAKE.C I the Buzzard are acting e'thcr: without author. the Table Talk for example.! forests reared a.oft their leafy canopies un. I State cf :New York, he was known to be too

'I..1IiER d Tnoc: 7 Dr. A. C. it-, or under a misunderstanding of orders.- We see in it a little bird, having alighted!: changed; for ages. Nature was conqueror i i poor to furnish his house. His rich friends,

,i Dt. JAMES S. JOXES: Tulldiaiser, lla. I TIXUF.., to ofTir his Professional Sen'ices to To "considerable minds" would seem ex- at sunset on tho bough of the pear tree that and man was the slave. Two hundred years got together and without bis knowledge mado-

1: June 6,'51. 23 --- I the citizens of Centrevilie and Ceutievjlle adjoining neishbtThood. Of.ceat I cctly the reverse. Their acts :arjrua( n unity grow in Luther's garden. Luther looked up !since end tba curling smoke from the Rrd I up a subscription which was tendered to him

;, EDWARD jlST.. his rt-sidenec.. Residence thnn i-d to i of! design which: exhibits an identity of ordersto on it and said : That little bird, how it covers Man's wigwam: ascended fromNY forest I asJi gift, in order: to furnish his mAnsion.-

r 1 Dec. ?6. 18/)7./ r.2-tf I the three which have been carried out FO; its wings, and will sleep there, so still and in our land. What no\' does the world bo- Ti.is ho respectfully bOut kindly declined, saying
Attorney and( Counsellor at ---- --- _____ well as to fully refleat the authority given to feailess, though over it are the infinite starry hold ? Magical the change, wonderful ; with a true Roman grandeur, that ho

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. I Nathaniel Hamlen, I tehm. spaces\ and the great blue depths of immen revolution! codd not consent( to receive such a favor
A pril5. 1 856.FLOYD; 14 COMMISSION MERCHANT, The Confederation! Montgomery: Ala., sity. Yet it fears not-it is at home. The Step by step, inch by inch, year by year, from any one-even from his most esteemed

: I I in reviewing one of our recent articles, assumes God that made it too, is there." Time same the power of the Red Man waned. With I friends-he was elected by the people to be

; & HOLLAND, No. 38 Poydras St., New Orleans. a foolishly loving moo,]. It goes on gentle spirit of lyrical admiration \$ in the burning hamlets, desolated homes, and inhu- Governor of tbo State of New York, and ho

Attorneys at Law. I Refers to Gov. James-E. Broome- Tallahassee, in the strain of the Express: thinks that we other passages of his book. Coming home man bulcherie! year by year, rapidly and I considered it his imperative duty to live on

practice in the Circuit Courts of 'Midd)' George K. "VVallcer, Esq., misunderstand public cpin'on! ; and says, from Leipsic, in the autumn season, he breaks more rapidly, the star of his dominion whatever income the people had appended to
\Yfst Florida, and in the Supreme Court Gen. Wm. Bailey, JdTer county, America is the natural ally of liritata: ; and forth into living wonder at the fields of corn. War succeeded war, and time close of pall'd'l that office and he did live on that income
f the State. Also in the Dutriot District Court of Florida.of the Ucid I T J. Lintun, Esq., ihere is a deep love and veneration in the How it stands there," ho says, erect on contest saw thc Red :Men fewer and while! he was Governor, in good style ; bat
in the Northern "
States, R.J. FLOYD, Office Apalachico'a! Fla. I J. O.Putnam Bell, Esq., Hamilton, MadisonDankl hearts of tho great mass of our intelligent the beautiful taper stem, and bending its than at its commencement. Fire and sword, I with no ostentation. Such an example on

D. P. HOLLAND, Office Quiucy Fla.. I Augustus Steele EMJ., Esq., Levy countrymen for that naticn which has civeii: beautiful golden head with bread in it-the smali-pox%, rnm and starvation, separately or I I the part of so eminent a man as be was, i is

f Dec. Z. 1855. 51 -- I J. J. Snelling, Esq, Gadsdoo us our language, our literature!! and our faws; I bread of man sent to him another year."- conjointly, like besoms of destruction, have one of those precious legacies that tho young

WILLIAM S. DILWORTUAttorncJ' ;, E Remington, Esq., ThoKasvillc, Geo. and which, the Confederation forgets to say, Such thoughts as these are as little windows, never ceased to follow and destroy thtm.- men of the present day should bear in mindas

Law Oct 24, 1857. 48 used every barbaric influence to rob us of through which we gaze into the interior ol Since the establishment of the colonies-passing no true greatness can eyer be achievedso
and Counsellor at ---- --
-- GTK CLARK liberty. Without libel t.r, we might as well the depths of Martin Luther's soul, and see away-passing away-had been the record long as they are the pecuniary slave of

MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. be dead ; and onco dead, we dare say the visible across its' tempests and clouds, a of their oom. Like the melting snow even their nearest friends.. When a publicman

practice in the Courts! of the Middle Cir Confederation will agree with us that Eng- whole heaven of light and love. He might drift before the citing sun tribe after tribe receives favors that he cannot repay, he:

; WILL and Thongs and Lowndes County* WATCH MAKER lish'language, Englsh: literature, and English have panted-be might have sungcouldhave wasted! away and forever disappeared.Yet loses that sturdy independence so essential

*, \larch :!2. 1856. 12-1- -- ------ laws would not be ot any remarkable interest been beautiful like Raphael, great like throughout; this -rrible doom can we to cfulnecs and ao enduring popularity.
----LONG- & CALBRAITII, .An.d ,eve1r the: ,of Tal- to us. Michael Angelo not recognize tbe directing: hand of God ?- 4 Live within.your income,' ii more important

FLA. "TOULD respectfully inform jzens We were not mistaken in puplic opinion.- Was it meet that the New World should remain to one wLo aims to be an influential and useful
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 'FALL.tS8Er., e, and the public generally, that be has ;
ALBRAITII have associ taken the old stand of J. C. Hall& Co., where he is The bone and sinew of this country are op. tRIETIES.Or forever nmltvdoped-forever in the statesman, tha.n.anyother, maxim."
LONG J; J. B. to England, and quick to take insult untold centuries had >
MA. themselves in the practice of Law. They prepared to repair posed chains of Nature I For

will attend tie Courts in the Middle Circ-lH.theSn-:: Watches Clocks and JerJry, and avenge it. Our animosity is hereditary. :: Next fourth of July tLIs year comeson the Red Man been the appointed lord of a VAacrca TO COTS.-The poor creature
premo Courts acd the District Courts of the United Can it be otherwise? Why, we are not three Sunday.* vast and fertile- continent. Yet gifted and Crockett, who is sentenced to be hung short
Tallal1\ in a workman-like manner, and at the most reasonable removed from the Hessian broad all other for hf in the murder

States at et' generations enobled as he was above creatures ly participation of old
Watches that fail to *
1 Persons having rood O:: When advised the famous
rate* :T one Lycurgtts
the Court House.Qetobor .
Office opposite sword and the Jndian tomahawk ; yet tbe dwell his Mr. Landmnj Atlanta for the of
'vrell from having been badly repaired, can rely of God that upon our globe by won near sum
f; run law to establish
18U. popular
23. a -
Jv at his and the Confederation would forget government derful of intellect and ce&uUI this unfortunate
-- -- - upon having them put right shop. Express human graces: person, fifty-five brought to
Laced Go said he and
Hanckel Nowell (jjAll: work warranted if well used. ;fjJan. both, or rather put them again into the handsof at mon, the European findi him p grovelling and degraded end by habits of idleness and dissipation.
first make trial of h in thine
: FACTORS, 16,1868. "- LCOPAUTKEUSlllP _ I our natural and hereditary enemy.As own family. savage, and the vast domain committed Judge Bull, in passing sentence upon him,

NOTICE. for the beauties of that Government, 05":: A merry andrew, on being asked why to Lu charge still in the bon s of N a. conjured the youog men persent to take -

-AKP- which our Nev York and Montgomery cotemporaries he played the fool, replied, for the same ture-unsubdued and unreclaimed. Unfaithful -. warning. They cannot be too often warned.

General Commission Merchants, HILL. & HOYLE.[ I II so mnch admire, and to which reason that you do--out of want; you do it and slothful steward! Ho had buried his Idleness is a crime t la the parable of the ten

CHARLESTON, S. C. I they call the attention of "considerate rinds," for want cf wit, and I do it for want of mon talent fn the earth, and that which Lad been talents this doctrine is clearly developed.! It

C. T. HA CKtL.: E. W. NOVELL. TOUN haseee M.', haing HILL this and day JOHN associated J. IIOTLK themselves of TallaeJ !together we are not so easily captivated by them.- ey. given him was taken away and given to him does not Appear that the servant!! who buried

ta I in business coder tho style, name and firm of We bring to our aid a very considerate 0::::7" A gentleman at a tea party, overhearing which bad the ten talents. A. W, K. his talent was in the habit of committing ,
will sell description of Produft or mind" that has had much experience, COLLEGE Ind. Mth. and he is wicked."
'PHEY every HILL & HOYLE -one, one lady to agfther I have HANOVER May crimes yet -
all something -
make advances on say
X .XertJuHidite and will i insteadof
I and we willingly accept his opinion, for Why t Because he was lazy-idle.-Alhcn*
will attention to all orders in their I your prirale ear, immediately exclaimed
consignments.Apiil and give prompt Prentice A Cincinnati
that of the : ,
I Express, sass paper says Watchman.
II. 1S58.,! -1L--- line. They are prepared to execute and carry on the I I protest against that, for there is
: Twecty sears agog in the Twenty-fifth that rogues find no quarter thereProbably -
a against privateering"A
AMBROTYPESAND I CARPEXTERIXG BUSINESS, Congress, and in the debate on the interference that's eo. They might search half the pock 03":: All who have meditated oo the art t>f

MELAINOTYPES, in all its various branches; and and from their TOg Business; experience of Federal officers! in elections, :\Ir. Buchanan l Virginia paper records the marriage of ets in the place, and find no q arter.' governing mankind, have been convinced: that
in tbe Running Gear Screw ,
I : his opinion of the British Goy- Miss Jane Lemon to Mr. Ebenezer Sweet-
TAKKX: BY BAILEY. and other machinery hope by prompt attention to gave DELAY NOT. There is knock which the fate empires depend on the education
were a
business to went a liberal share of patronage.: All ffhmenL Then, as now, persons not exchange moralizes follows
Barnard's Sorc.rp1Iroms whereupon an as :
looms over Drug order from the country promptly n Dted. Calls wanting to hold np England as a model to will be the last knock ; a call, and after that, of youth. _ _
-- How bam the extreme do meet .
: > '
hue cn'thoroughly refitted and from either of tbe'Couutil'l in Middle Florida andfrom America; and touching this point, and more I In Jnend Y' Ebenezer you will hear no more knocks or calls, bat -
A. are aow in excellent condition far the purposedislpisi Pecatnr and Thomas Couuiiee, Ga, shall receive especially soma remarks by :Mr. Uiof, Kite's no longer sour, but;sweet an eternal silence as to any overture of mercy ttr( :: Why are these two lines put Lcr TTo

: The Public at e invited to eall. alt utiou. Virginia; : the present President then said : j I i An. he's! A Lemon squeezer!" or grace.-Flarcl. fill out this column. ..
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--- .-__-.-- -- -: .: :":: -- ------- ,'.. DKMOCBATIC STATE CONVENTION. \ On motion, said Committee were instructed to rei!i B, it Retolrtd TLat each and every member of ?urn on the 10th. A resolution was rer-oite.- IIefund

War In Kunsm. I I ort to the Convention at 9 o'clock, P. I j this Convention do pledge himself to support the I ti) Georgia tie money paid during tLeCre.. .
'lorfoian & Journal We jit blah: the) f":::"ir.g dlcpi-lcli* to Sort Lira i MOTICXLLO, June '7. 1833. ( ,nd Seciteolewar. .
in ,.let 'j! I Calls being made, the Convention "8 addressed nominee, and that the Democratic party throughout i
is truth -
because 11.ir the Demo.Ientic I
.... .' .-_._ _- .__.. _.__ I pnj, crc tot FLOW. th.r there any le evrioc- Pursuant to previous announcemwit, I'I n able and eloquent speeches by Gen. Milton ando the State do nil they can to cccre their election. In the Hoaw, passed civil tc private bilkVTABCniGTCN.
tnt that
". may )'e of the State of Florida met
State 6.-!! the Senate
T A L L A II A F t Lt : .- I I CC"'ntiol (: \ Broome. | to-day, MrJigler
-----$4-- T :.;''. 31y 81. The Kansas correspondont ofthe i o'clock, M., lien, on motion (1. JOIIN Minos of maJe.1 the Committee Business Were taken ion to the 21st wf TaseTLe .
1L Grthain j jhe. by on
BVTI'HDAV, JVM IS, 1&J8. : (Jbolition) cf this citv, gives manyrcnor \ I t,ion. through their CI.armfw.'I up ,
Dttr."crv : Jackscii wa called to the CLair, und C. E DIKE | and read. fuE. ,
the j
---. ---'-- "---------- --------------------- and cot flicting acconi-t of r"lrlt troub- : I, following rporthkh was recd\ and conurred again :;;

TALL.tUSSEE LtRKT.OITOJr ., los in the :co'ulhu pirt of the Territory.; It is atiil apjuiute-d Secretuiy. in, MZ: i i Mr. L S. Duvnl e-f Leon, .ffeid tht fallowing ake pbee la tie Seu:te CUciber on Sundav

'.-MU.ng bit docllnul a ccit.i.cu va that ,, .r.f '.wo l.t;.rfJ .tttcr !have orj-un'.zi-d: Oa m\li.1 of 1.-P. huger, c Comrnittce, evnsi-t- : The' Ci.n.ttjtappointed; to determine the ratio ;If a substitute.-fcr the 4th .reeolatu. wLei! wits ac i iceptcd The llou'c adjourned to .!ay out ..f rcsjnv' t .' .'
Saute U.U w. k i to 10 cent near ucar Mrunl. Ht': :> Ft'1!! 1 la-irf: t'i.inl-er ffMistourlars of ( each tj, was ..pi i of Mr.[ Henderson
short distance! them ir.g (11' ionS co-icty) rCrc:: I e) repreuutatiuu of each county Leg to make: theI by the Ceiiuniilte'e iu lieu cf the san.eiz, : nemory
eccamped ;
6lA UtAjc. from 1? to 19 ceatiHZIB I and mica for
pointed to examine credentials report i the List Jilectoral 4. Lt it Resolved. That this CunH'I. Vn doth i
COLES. CUfct.S'-cUr it 'I thosj'-t' !tattle would: ensue between the follow ( j ollowicg that they Lave adopted J Death Senator IIebdcr on, of Tz...
I the government of the Convention a : i r"pr Demoratic view with sentiments of profound indignation. the :
puree. .1.1i eI a proper estimate of the j WASHINOTOS. June 5.-The death of the
I Hon
3'iVtrror Denver hat commissioned Sheriff Samuel J.
Deaths by Drownlnc. \Walker to proceed to the scene cf distnrlarces, i PrOi. Eclbia-R C.Floyd.C. Yonge. : e:: Tote of tire State; that, acting upon this esti- extraordinary attempts upon the pint of the British PIMCNET HtsPERsojf, S"n'\t"r front Texas,took pTa'! .
It it with feelicg uf deep regret that we Lave- nr.d report to him when he deemed it proper that WalO-Cl J J nate your committee have determined to give Government to revh th- Right lIf Search" ** U.t bight. The Senate atljjcrnrd t>Js. (in t.>L.-

to chronicle the death of two very promising young not he tru-uburcs shall be taken tn rertoi ordoj.. I Cal/oIJ'Cl D. PUmfD. 4 4I tech county one vote, and also:"one tote for every evinced by the r.-ctnt ,Idl'cti..n-bud examination pucce vf thi tad evect -
The latert news from Oaw.tomie stated that Jackxon Col. C. C. Yocge. | eta portion of our commercial marine in.the Gulf .
tay*, t>n. the sa of Gen. WIn. Biriley and the !fifty additional Democratic votes in each county During the announcement in the ,-oite ty ,
place threatened by three hundred Missourians I Franklin-T. J. Eppe.s I xico-a1d that in be
J of
I Congress
"I our Delegation |
_ other the of Cot Blackburn of Jefferson I wit the HI Samuel
son ounty I and measenger had 1.eel di dUpatched to Law ; I LO : morr.irg.oy D. Houston, cf the dnt:,
The deceased in company with others were bath I rence for Rrm.. It appear frm correfpondence I! Liberty-J. G. Smith, proxy I Escambia 6, Walton S, Calhoun t 2, Franklin 4, and they are hereby requested to urge upon the t jf his colleague the old man wept like a child s
i j
from the of the Kan MSi !' Godtdfn-Maj. I. athan Leon 9 Wakulla 4, Jefferson Administration the most energetic, prompt ana de-
ing in a pond near onticelo. on the fn\in5t and emanating Iu.ndquaret Jackson 9, Gadsden 9. the scene excited unusual feeling
i! militia, published in the Lawrence Republican thnt P. Hogue. I II tided measure, without recourse to the tedious -
Jto-D. Columbia 11 Alachua 8, Nassau 3, opcrotions I
by tome meant, to us unknown, our of them was It i Madison 1< Gen. Hender-on had occupied a Li.ill'l'<on. ,
Captains Montgomery and Payne were \( of I II Walvlla W. U. Anderson. i| of in order to arrest at
p1ee in a condition of peril from whkh the other I their commissions on the 18th of FebruMrjThe I Ii Putnam 2, Hillsborough 8, Dade 1, Monroe 6, I.na- Diplomacy, once connection n i ith the history cf Texas; lif w,, PI.
I Jrftrsoit-Col. J. J. Finlftyson.JadioH these Landed and manifestations: of I
attempted to relieve him and in the gallant effort i Ossawtttomie Herald confirms the accounts of the tee 1. high outrageous of the Commissioners sent to Europe "hu ,"La.' i

for mutual extrication sunk to rise in the arms of murders in Lynn conr.ty. on the 19th.I .. -J. Caraway) Isniith. I On mc.ton. the Convention took J recess until arbitrary power. from France and England in ':g an aeknowlcJient
I' .
I rumored that Crickett' is besieged Columbia E. Graham.
i ic then .
now The resolutions
were adopted unanimously.Mr.
death.Ve f sympathize most Jet-ply with the afflicted party I lialf paet 8 P. M.Eitning of Texan Independence. III also! lock .
itt Fort Scott Lv a pnrty of Free State 1\'n. Alachiia-F. L. Yillepigue. I James L. otleYIf Madison presented the an :11\
parents I j who are waiting reinforcements in order to take I part in aiding the making t-f the treaty cf acaexs
-.- -. I the place by ftenn.I .. P'cttal-R J Blackburn. S. 3ion-Te President called the Con following resolution, which was agreed to : tion with the United States

.* Modern Reform Examined.*' The DenrocraMhflstDfonvntiofl* from a gtt.mar. .yatMit-CoL E Ioutoun. proxy. I vention to \' er. KeiolveJ That we take pleasure in declaring bur

The above in the title of : woik on the subject of I who hn!just arrived from K.ins. that I "putyI I l/l bro"9'I-H. L. Mitchell The Committee on Business not being prepared I Ito high appreciation of those patriotic Whigs who Probable Extension the Session.

Sules for the x.lc of United Statesm_ rf.hHl had been sent in pursuit of Monroe-A. Noyes, WASHDIOTOX, June 3.-It I. understood
Slavery by the Rev. Jno. C. I! and! had been taken the I B proxy. report owing to the absence of the chairman, had have eo manfully breasted the storm of ridicule tLat it it

which Jno. M. Cooper d Co oSnannall. are : latter Montgomery on Thursday, nignt last rr oner some by eorfi-r- I' On motion of Col. Blackburn, the Contention time to morrow morning half past 8 o'clock. 1 showered upon them by the unpatriotic of their former the desire of the President that Congress should a, t

SnO, ami a for an hour. un&i for themselves ith adjourn at too early a day. in view of the
meal Agents. It comprises scmo pig<*. er.c" he wa rlfal.d. to.1 reeS hal There being for the present no business before the political associates uniting naiett'tj

from the 'cl known char h. of the aml.or we I Tl!'.1'1 rt e-utrnffe had all been committed by I Convention, able and impressive speeches were made tire only national and constitutional party now in ex I i iisteuee condition public affairs.Later .

may hazard the remark that the subject i di>vuod Ha;'.:lit. I f, rly c.trt\81d..ll.y Majrr litiford. is repcrtid by Messrs. Lamar, Wiko Eppes I front liars da.
with originality and j>ower. na lie Ju a thorough I .r. that H.ri'to"h.d hit the
practical knowledge en which) lie treats. I now en rntit'' to Georg.I :a.FortT taittec on Credentials, reported the following clile- On motion the Convention adjourned till to-inor. the lust hope of human liberty.On I from HavaLa Las arrived.

The work may be procured of [\'r !cLkea1.J I, I.tAI-o.TI. May 28, via Uouuu:. :r3\ I gate a\ entitled to !eat in the Convention\ ] row norning 8 o'clock. 1 1Tl'LSDAT u otiuuIf )1;. John G. Smith of Gadsden the The British officer \'tm'l'i.tNI14 in
t 31.: -M.ve rectut eectmuU fn'D tiiesjr.th fully fUh E.sccynhia-hi. J. Floyd and T. J. Eppe, proxiiJMkson iI *. I bs'at.ling the
Hobby in this city. I following resolutions were adopted, \iz : I U. S. ,ls
ve at h
st.t.- the 7trtVtnUtfJ-tTM ef abe! luMJ-U.fi Sagas Grande Ltd been arrested
- n C Yon l', P. 'ittn'sn, !
I JittolieJ That the of thU Convention
.U01-C. proceeding
i tit.(1i Lynn countST. \. lr"Ai MOKMNG, 8 O'CLOCK. I and beet to Jamaica
The Contention.The I Lore.: jitue.1.-'1 hirtx boxoe "f rrttket Lavebien -Gen. John Milton, C. C. Y vD e. 1). I'itt |' The Convention called to order be published in the Democratic paper throughout !

proceeding* of riie Democratic Convention : Lii| .> f'-'im, J 'ff-rsoT ,.?'y t- the. border man: for James F. McClellan, H. O. Basactt. .A. II Whitfield! of \Jefferson offered the) following the State. : J..teifrom flab.

"hich appear iu to-day's paper M til be read with c,'H3ti,;I > I i'c; Sm nnhorsiso, And it u inferred Bush, John W. PeK>scr.CaUiOun Gen. II EesolrcJ, That the next State Convention convene St. Lovw. Junp 3.-Ailvices from Camp Scott t I
that it is the n-vi-j of i tJ'i-? invapionofMi : resolution :
j' with :: : < ; vlling tbeet'a
interest I was veil attended, and its deliberations oiiri by the rTnu.itr't b.n.ls (,f Ilat.v.11.5. It -D. Pittman, proxy. JietdeeJ. That the following rule be adopted : I lit Quincy, Florida at such time as shall may Le uH..r-1-.rt' that hc Mormons are dtt..,

ended in harmony and good fvclmg. i I is pN\Jlt that the militia of th- wc,i.ra tsiatiw F.anHil-R J. loj and T. J. Eg.ts.GaSlctiMaj all nominations by this shall Le I hereafter appointed. mDed: on reM-t-.n (01'. Cuiaraing has t Hft ,-xpelled

The re nomination of our excellent represeata.re, I ". cl1",1 out Isaac Nathans, D. P. Holland, J. j II Tat made vole ,.(the Counties represented C"nnute1 according On motion of Gen. Milton, thethsanksofthe Convention from Ph Lake cilr. General J"hnifN wu

Judge Hawkiuks, had been indicated by the j-opu i ST. May 31.-The -pnlHcan learn thatGovernor G. South C. I L. AH's"n, Wm. E. Kilcrease: A. i. the by already adopted, and a majority were tendered to the tituens t f Montkello to move for the ralUy at the nd t-f Maj. sub If
Stewart lies Gen. Parsons to Httos to
lar sentiment of the whole' State, and his inducement sent N. Mclvcr, Jno. P. Scott, W. IL Gee. Gee praxy j HpfK-rtionment for their to the members of the Convention quested that reinforcements be rapMly; forward-:
I and Case counties, to ascertain the extent of the of two-thirds of the vole so east shall be ncres hospitality -
by the Convection is A flattering to him as it j troubles reported to oxi.-t tJur, and whether it be for A. K. .thhiiin. i j jIson to a choice. during its sv>ioii. This news ill Unttlidal.'Reaumptloo

i indicative of the unity and concert of the Democracy t necessary to call out the militia to protect the l>rI -l\ P. Hogue, F. L. Yitigue. C E. DykeE.L \ < ary On motion of Mr. W. ('. Anderson cf Wakulla,

of Honda. I. der[cnt counties o i@'our fr"l the depredations of IIouMoun, James E BromP.. B Brokaw. Gov.WlJdWUI.optc.Broome. chairman e'f the Committee on Bu the thanks of the Convention are voted to the officer CIIARLESTCS, In June Charleston 8.-All cf the and Backs Ilamborc.

- The nomination of M j. Beard for Register of omerfsl'an-._- Kobeit Heir, (;to.V.. Scott Patrick Smilh, T. I j .im's" presented tl.t following report : thereof after which on motion the Convention city resume forthwith. ID th:-

Public Land will be received with approbation I Boer Times.It Lamar, (;. W. Parkhill, I- S. Duval CLailes P. with the of adjourned jilt the
[ news .
throughout the State. His unsullied character and would require says the Bulletin, Chairos J. Joseph Chaires, Wit Call. i \\r reporter is .Iauthori'd! )t.r' th.
_ Philadelphia resolutions for (the action of the Convention P. J. FLOYD I'rttiltht.DA President of' the Bank of
-. fine business capacity render him a worthy eppo- n,, prophet to predict stirring times and plenty of JFoL-ulla-W. L.\nJ.rwl. A. B. Noye, W. K.I i have cousidere'd the matters embraced in said 'L BIRD :., that Back will Hamburg, to tutt, that

nent of the present iccnmhcut ot that office. I news for the next six mOlh, The Sew Orleans Beard, J. K. Miett.Jfffrsoit I. NATHAN, J. rctwed-e. resume forthwitb,1More
pointment, and Lave instructed me to report } IC'e
The resolutions adopted l>y the Convention are ; people B'-e in ft flew .c4 the largest possible dimeni -rDr. Gonnnn Alvin May, Gen. Vhit- : i 1\11-1 H. V.bNELL, Vessels Searched
following: : A. J. SMILET,
moD admirably conceived and indicate in appropriate i, siona ; the Gothar..lies have got their Mood upi field, P. (Grantluwn. John) W oottn. Cl'1 Dilworth, j Jltsolvtd That we re-affirm the principles of C. E. HUE, ) Xtu Toss June 7.-Four vessels arrived htn

term the warm and decided predilection of over their milk, and are crying out while they. spill Capt. Bird, Ct.1 nattburn. Geo. Taylor P T.. Cincinnati platfoi, and believe their faithful enforcement I 1.: 31. Ge%IIAM, V Stfrrtarie.1Wst to-day inslading the brig Abram of SaTann h. Uef

the Democracy cf Florida for the Administration of the latter, de!pite the proverb, : the Mormons are Lingo, Dan. Bird, F. P. Miller. Dau.l Corn, Woo only cun give to the country and K. BE.IUI_, > them luring been boarded by Briti ]i thipt of
James Buchanan. i going to re-Mi-t to the last drop of their blood, and Joshua Tailor, General BuiK-y, Dr. Eppos! ; -- w- war but the British officers were very polite to
Her hold
stability to the Uiiirn ; and n* Democrats w*
Q i Sam Houston intends protc-ctorating Mexico, at any Col. Finluyfon, Joel !oli. Jotl Wolktr : BY TELEGRAPH. their intercourse-
Florida. I C"I B.tiey. sacrci' the pledge therein of the faith of our party,
Agriculture t rate. Kansas outrages are coming up thick and Did Walker, Jnme. S. Walker, Cook Niiith, -u-
to the admission of new State with without slavery : Election In Washington City.
The minds o the pluntcu ef our State have regained j fast crd etrong-bloody as in IS.t; great irritation Burton Bellamy, ". H (Jad-din; S. II. Vv'hitakcr- t the thereof determine. Hattie ICxpected.NLW j 'r.bll1\OTO, June.-The election for Mair a- J
as may
rtrangely apathetic upon the subject of the i is beginning to prevail on the subject of Fort Snellingism I Edward \Villk, AVin. Dewit, Calvin Dana Pr- I efforts of President Buchanan to rre.I I OELE\NS, Jane 3.The political parties in I Counvilmen took place to-day. There wa
The DO
2. gen
formation of Agricultural c.tc' for the development and )' making while in Manning, Ira-1 }'ol"m. R. Iloaeh, Lhin itonFurnell this city are in a high state of excitement, growing
Confe"ionalmone stave, protect and defend Constitution of lie! teal outbreak though there was tome rioting \Ir.o
of our agricultural resources. I cannot have the course a days ill be an avalancheof Gco. Bltukbnin, John Rojsor: N. M_ I out of the contest (for mayor A number of air.iAiination -
tere" :1 United States," to sustain the great principles c>f pi-rson is reported to be killed and several Jwrpcr-
escaped the most careless. person that the climate Muster in the English paper, and the largest I imp on, Da\id Walker, ( llayror, )I.. Trade- I noninttrHntion.1ron which Le was (elected nulsecure nml murders Lave Wen committed OLd out-ly wounded. Many atrttts were made TI..

of Florida i noticably Ulk:any region of the I size mess, generally speaking in nil direction'- well Win. 13.iile3Jr.., James Morn, Wni. lun. I the people are in a state of re\olution. A Vigilance
I the fights of nil section*, by t adiiiiscion, of result of the elcctioa is not yet known
older States. Nor is there found any where that Those who read the papers may anticipate a eopi- James Palmer, X. l clIJ. _\. 11. Wilford, G. : Committee has been appointed, who arc now in

we are ware of, unless perhaps in South .!America I ou treat for some time to come, A in addition to "". Turner Smith Simkins, Jam!Ellen wood, R. 1I. I Kansas into the Union with her Constitution Le-U'frnml.d I possession of the Arsenal, fully fortified. General Market Krport.

district of similar to "V"e I by her legally organized Convention at dhisiou of the militia ha been called NEW YORK, June 4.-Sales of Cotton I5'n' bai!
a : country very our own. all the developments of the above items with their Gilbert WPI G. W''lJt. C I:John-e-n, Wni. Scott, I Tracy's \e out,

must then learn the an of large and certain cropping fibres and flaments. we may al. expect the "nat- James Dew itt, John. finer Cnjiers Bird, Picktns compton show lust to be a statesman of enlargedand the and a battle: is expected this afternoon. Market: heavy and declined k} juoUtion.s nom-i!

at home by trials made by ourselve; it i ural course" of events to bring forth its average Bird Pr. Scott, Dr. Taylor Thomas J. Chacc. Col.Andti'Eon correct views, and a 1.&triIJt110 merits I [sEe-osn sIsPsTeiJ.1] al. Flour firm Ntl sI6.SItJ. Wheat luojant as-! >

not to be found in books it it not even traditional, : amount of murders marriages and in}>tcries. John West, Dr. bimkins, W. O. Girar. : confidence of his countrymen.S. NEW ORLEANS, June R.-Mayor Waterman read 90,000 busheli Corn lien,. cute' $7,.O Nasa. -

has been Now. if far I -- That we heartily approve of the action and the riot from the Head Rice duCUARLD'W \.
for it never acquired every dean, Jos. Marvin. W. Edward and J. S. Divine. act, Quarter ot the VigilanceCommittee. stores steady.

mer had to acquire thi! knowledge for him *l or I To be HeTitcd. .1talison-M..n B. P. votes of our Senators and Representative in Congress TIle militia are making cr tridgt :. June -Salts of Cotton t.. ,Lin''
McLcary Wardl.W
The coi re pondcncc of the Mobile Jferrrry of the Jlz and all other
by observation in his immediate neighborhood) his t L. h). F. C. D. CLiving'ton on the Kansas question upon NEW ORLEANS, June 3.-The jury in the case of bales, at ]>riees ranging from 8f to 1*Je 'Pe.. i
Mobeley. Livingston ,
15ti) ult. *.a3-a. tint the Old Whig party is to be I Iorl in issues which the National
improvement would be slow in the extreme; and I. Smith W. L. Perry. questions upon General Walker Lave failed to agree. The Genera ket i* *a y. Salts of the wrtk 8.00O bak>
?: revived, under the same name, and with a plain national Curra\vay of .
our progress ia good farming would be comparatively platform upon which all the late anti-Lc- Culnmbia.-F.-. Graham; .\J. Smiley. Democ-rntic party.lies given expression opinion demands another trial. MOBILE June 5.The sales of Cotton y> "- : i-'

flow and irregular if our planters have Leon were 1,000 bale" Middling 11} e.ut*. Th t *
very comptonites can Eland, is now a settled qnestion.natioml .- Alachua- Delegation. Great; Artful Mate or-rHinc in >ew Orleans.
-" 1' e L r>li 7 nivl m,>in r>t ttrofittpir ._ 4. That inicw e/the l late nssresswrii by for t'le week were 8.250 bal" and the rr. triP i 1-:
each : :,. and which 4- V p Vtl..ll.rn .. I mn_ upon American siuppi, .* mv &.nr Nun: OIlLEA: JUDP 4ti'- '.. t,-".m-iii t.. -Dticipi '
by cxpenen'-c :
tr\ I -the f'rst being popular sovereignty, or .yassau-E. Houstonn, pioxy.JlilUborwyh iou vf the the. wtm time S,20f. Rgninut V0 dnrin: tKt 'a
civic election in this 7th
hitherto 'eJ. Now in the) 1 immediate and decided action by the United city on
our fnjo the principle, lately involved in the oppo-ition to -M. Post, H. I, Mitchell in !. etill week last year. The increased receipts at tIll r n
: continues
of Societies t States Government to redress and prevent filCh indignities =
0 :
organization Agricultural \ imp'r.taut the Lcconiptou Constitution. Another principle is JOIU'cn Noye The third is 29,500 bales stock in port 62,560 la'.e: 1
declaration of i if Vigilance Committee issued a
be attained enable I even by a war, proc.lamatioii
objects can ; one to every 1 be of the Public Domain Dadv .\. B. neee-sary. Cotton
to Economy n | Xoyea.Manatee all freight on to Liverpool is {J.
and the f..ll' t 5. Tliat we regard Gov. Perry as a State KizhU directing rufnuis to leave the city or
to profit by te tuecessc by I .
agriculturist sell the pubtic land in qu. Itr:1 -II. V. SnelLR'talvtd NEW YOEK. June 5.1C'I of totton toVav i

failures, too, of all the other -lllfr. in -lie State, J *cettlcrs c.nly. !t has only'I.l been proposed utli''l t eut rtl- That the rules ef the last General As- i Democrat "ftIe old school! in whose capacity, Lon- be prepared to die.: bales. There i.little enquiry and pricestrf f I I'',.
: A Vigilance Committee of 600 under
of and of character men are
integrity we
the other to affix I chart ler-of i :r i-U-ail at- tute free trade .'u'in.for that of a protective ta- I aemi-ly Le adopted for the government of thi.Coin- uty purpose may and of Flour advancing; silcsof 20.(1t.l.l!. -<> .iv -a
I confide the interests the State. nrm busy making: arrests nlt'lritu'tarac-
whi. Ve 'f: safely
thenticity to the a f'i rU; nini to hutiitti: the piinclple of direct taxationi'.s mil tec.Wlilth. and Ohio brands advanced 3r. jr 1.1)r 1 !.
i All of w hk-i! is respvctfully submitted, ten almost every lu a e.
Less the
fused through inch organisations. er: a icteuue measure : but tins policy his not been report on motion of Gen KiLrease cfGadtdcr I i t buoyant, with wiles cf "sOts '\. ('Iii twitl -

rrincpl objects-others might he attained cf agreed upon. Xiitioual Think of Exchequer on was received and concurred in. i JAMES BKOOME Chairman.i. Tl c Mayor of New Orleans lleNismt.NEW t I Wiles c-f 42,000 Imohsels1ite; 73 and Y :. ,

importance-such as 'he ioniiciliating the Tyler plan, has she been talked of a* a revenue B. C. Pope, of )Madison mo\'ct that R. J. Floyd i. Which report was received and the resolution OIU.E.Jn 1th. The \ ifilance C'onjtnit I 77 cents. Spirit e>f Tnl'J"'ulinoItt.t: i.' >

ming ourselves of such agriculura knowledge 1 measure. One of the greatest difficulties w.ith the and T. J. Eppes be allowed to represent and ca!t ; readOn tee are triumphant. The Mayor has re-him-neil: Lie lull:1ntil 1: H LOl"'r:110lt: !.

.5 may b gathered in other States and other coun :I managers has been tIlt selection of a name for the the vote of :1rll Rosa county, information having motion of Cot Yonge e I f Jackson action on municipal authority to the Vigilance Coinmittee t.( Cn.\ll L: :

tries; the introduction of valuable varieties of teed!, ) new organirJUion. The term Republican, in its been received that each v-se the design of the Democracy I. U1* report was deferred for the purpose of proceeding the elty. Thin-!were getting quiet and the crowd bales, at 10| to 12} cK The market ii 'l"I.t .. :

and a just appreciation of them after trial, the intro I original sense, was proposed, \>ut the late fceclioual of that county a expressed in public meetbig. I to the nomination of candidates. lad, Ji"pcr"-tJ. The Vigilance Ccnunittee had been prices uncLangeiLNEW

daction of really useful breeds of animals; the introduction associations connected with that term were a fatal & CoL Blackburn Jefferson, moved that the Convention arpointed to 1000 strong Major Bureau late uf ORLEANS, June 8.-Salt's t f Cotton y*.t':'H <

of new and hitherto untried crop among | objection to its adoption. So with the original Which motion, after disusion. wus lo?t now proceed to the nomination of a.candidate United Mates Army had taken the Lead command were 5,200 bale- The grade below midtilin; d.

u*; the suggestion c uprment4. and the i trn American. -its late asjociations were against Col. Yonge moved that the ) Isaac Welch, I for Congress, which was adopted. of the vigilance men.Affairs dined J ct. Middling quoted at Ill @ Hi uNEW '

planters might aticp al advantages from it. The term Union Party was proposed but that now present from Walton, be allowed to take a seat I Mr. Eppes of Franklin nominated the Hon. G S. YOrE JUlie 7.-Sales of Cotton to-day Z.* J

each a society which may b looked for from the i j too, like the tbr was also abandoned. Finallythe as rrprsentat\e. and to cast the vote "of said I Hawkins.Gen. Near Yon, June 6.-ria in Nest( Airw Orleann.York. On Saturday bales with a heavy market but at unchanged f.rces.
)) -
coming together of intelligent gentlemen engacred I terra Whig was proposed and nrg'doth on ac- county, which was clrri d. I Whltfield of Jefferson moved that the nomination the Committee .lIrr""teJIr. Flour firm with sale of 17,000 barrel, *i a:'
evening Vigilance
in the same high pursuits. The grand result at which( count of its history and national associations.' D. P. Holland, of Gadsden, moved that a Convention be made by acclamation whereupon the lIon. advance ot Z eta. per burrt-L Wheat firm with '*
Lumsden of the who how- subsequently
I Picayune, was, ever,
qthey should aim i most important, the increase j Vi'e Lave heard i* intimated that this new Whig be appointed by the Chair: to report permanent G. S. Hawkins was nominated by acclamation as released. e-f !6,0 >0bhel, Corn heavy, tales 37.000 bust

of the agricultural products of the State cf Florida. I I party is i: to have a branch in Florida, and that officers for the Con\enton. which was agreed I tins Democratic candidate for. re-election to Con- The Recorders have appointed eight hundred police els ; White 72 @ 80, aud Yellow 77 to i9 cts. E:c

That individual or society which shall make known tha remnants of the opposition are expected to to. gress. dull at 3 & 3} cts. -
in to the .
how make two bushel* of corn, tvra Legs of cotton O I Mr. of Leon moved that the Convention opposition Vigilant Salca of cotton to t !! "pms into it. What says our neighbor over the On motion of Mr. Post of Hillsborough, said Villepigue Lafayette was still in possession of the NEW ORLEANS. June 8.-

two hogsheads of sai:... and so tif other! thIg.: vrayt Blows the wind i!that direction 1" Committee was ordered to consist of one delegatefrom proceed to nominate candidate for Registerof mob. square is fortified and 6,50 bale, and fr the past three bu-ipl'"A d j'
Every approach guarded
grow with the same amount of labor tint i510\ i -a -- each represented and was composedas State Lands which motion after discussion, and 21,750 bales and the receipts during the same (hOe
county with loaded with The in the
i ?I. C. General Conference. cannon people
expended on one bushel, one bug one liog b"nd, follows H recess of 15 minutes to give the various delegations grape. 4$00 bales The stsck on hand and shipboard II

"'i double the produc'ive, industry of the State, j The Nashville Daily ChrUtian Advocate of Tues- From Esc.tiulia-T.: J. time to consult was adopted on a call of the streets are greatly excited. 202,953 bales. The increase at this port ia 0.0'.1.
I; day.jjnse Eth. brlrga tac; clceirg proceedings of Erli! Nrw OBLEA'NS,June 7.-Thia morning the Mayor
double the of \1
value inHondo.
will every man'j plantation Wakon Isaac Counties, as follows : and at all port 82.000 bales.
dcb the Council. The I'resident of
Most of the inttlgent planterj of our t61'cJ' Pittman.Jackson YEA-*-Escambia 6, Walton 3. Calhoun 4, Jackson was impeached by MoBILE, June 8.-Sal* of rotten to dn *' ..
The! next Gciicr.. Co:'A:(.r. ? \. :\l be at XcivOii.'tns Cal"un-I. the Board Aldermen wa appointed Mayor
State, know that the supposition ju-t implied does Ij.1 .. C. C. Yonge. 9, Franklin 4, Gadsden 9, Leon 9, Wakulla 4Jeffer- pro bah Middling Hi @ 11! tnt& S.ie.pa4h"

not tn crt the results that have been producedin ,.. on the Is: AFi] lju' Inc fallowing is .. /VoM/i'n- J. } son 9. Madison 10. Hillbboroush 8. Manatee 1.-, tern.MtSfrs. days 8. 50 and receipt wine time 2,5'iO bat, .
:.,' of tho E-Mf.vr-al visitations for -
t t -oc.: 1858; 10)J. Turner and Muzzy reporter, were arrested .
nearly) all the oilier States flu enlightened, .. Gadfaen D.: P. Modroe Z, Dade 1-S2. ----- -
) j FlbT JT&n"r.HOI hA"\. AtcI-KrntrcJ v. by the city special police as dangcrcr. eharacters \\.auL'scros. June 4
improved X.n-'oluml.it. 11 Putnam 2 Nassau 3-16.
: l ". Leou-T.lkLarnar. "
agculture.A Sept 1 ; : .tt< \irginis, War to S
great J learned within a .. On motion of Gen. Milton the tote the FROM WA' tfGtoc.-Tbe Secretary
already : I ; Greennps'uur. ly.. L-uistif 04. 6; Hop ht4 silla-W. U. Anderson. on adoption d ateh from Gent-rIlIH.t
few years, since the loamy and fertile regions .1 kino\'it. Ky.. Vitgiuii, \, 2-; outh. Y3. Jejftrton-(Jen. G. Wliitfield of the motion was made unanimous by the Con. The Vigilant?were attacked Ly a mob on Saturday received, dated a lC'frAI.bie Leavtnworth.*in j which he MT I Pee. S Xowbcrn. X. C. night and four of the farmer were killed and ney
which constitute our Mate have been fciihinitted to ; .. MaJlt'm B. Wardlaw.. vention. I has arrived and reports Governor t cu nj

the plow ; but I little i known we fear, in com I ?iexND Di-o aict-Eisuor ANneEw-Tenuetce.. J. The President declared that nominations(or Register twelve wounded by the accidental ease-Large of a I driven out of Salt Lake City. .
McMinnvilheTenn., Ilolston. Nov. 3 Chattanooga .
20 ; ; Smiey. I ,le-r (
Oct Cllumba-A. obtain full
parll with what hat to be learned, that we can" Tenn., South Carolina, Nov. 17 ; Charles .. L. Villepigue. of State Lands were in order. cannon.It The despatch doe not .larII'a-l. rumored that the Sheriff has taken the that (kit. Hanser merely rrpclt/- -
not speak too modestly of the eta to of knowledgeas I ton, S. C., Florida, Dt. 1 i : Jackllie.. Fla.Tiiti Blackburn. CoL Yonge nominated CoL D. Pittman of Jackson ia po'ej- reason and does not communicate .1 front tlirr '
P'IOam-E E '. sion of the ballot boxes. If this is it mprcT.nt port,
in Honda. > DISTINCT-Bi-nor Nov. true, tl.f .'
fanning lAIE- U believed i-roUM
t ullhip. I AawnK-E. Iloiistonn. i I County. tlli(5nc( to It .
j 10 Trenton Tnn. .
i ; an election. fr It
Allama.- 1 has returned to Fort Stt..
-_- D. P. Hoguc nominated Maj. John Beard of Leon I Gov. Cummlng
I Miss., 1siirpi. Dec. ; 'od\ie. Mies., Louisi Jlilltbvrougfi Post I known the Government that wbea h, KA tt*
A Flash lu lie Pan. I ana, D.c ; W Orleans, L. Monroe-A. B. Noycs.E. County.On Ne\r Orleans 'Elect lois.a I eontrarv to to the advice 0 f Gen. Johnston he prowl

This whole country was electrified a thort time t FccRTI Disvanw-Bisnor EART.-flrri.Sept. I a call of he counties, the vote was as follows; NEW OBLTAS, June 7, P. M.-The election to-day ied be Lack in tao 'Utlu.
moved that Com
Graham, of C.1uml.ia. A since with the gratifying announcement that the 8 ; ChiitlthE. 31o.Ian s. :1 ; Fur Scott, I FOR JOHS )-Leon 9, Waknlla 4,Jefferson 9, resulted in favor of Mr. Stith the American candidate Mr Bocotk intend U>morro, if the ci'portniityocenr .
KalMi. Mi i u. Oct.; lhotlwgtncy.. mil tee of ten be appointed to report the ratio of ".'tLrules !
Yrissarri treaty had been confirmed by the Government Oct. 20 .. I Madison 10, Columbia 11, Nassau Hillsborough 8, for Myor.Tlie to rE'De" his motion for a Mansion f.-r
; in which bill
I .rk3n".8. DrdauelE. Waehin. ; representation and voting this Convention of the House in order to introduce the
of i aagQ. under which the Got eminent ; kadelphia.. Ak. was agreed to, and Messrs. Graham, Kilcrease, I Manatee 1, Monroe 5,Dada 1-61. Vigilant are still under arm the construction of ten .too -of-1I"ar. which .d

of the Stte obtained a sort of protectorate FIRST' DISTRICT- 11ECE-t Louis, OcL I FOE D. PITTMAX-Escambia 6,Walton 3, Calhoun The vote to-day was very emalL at he has intimated hiMnH ifn
Unitt ,
Brokaw J. prevail
Wilk. Call, J. C. Smith probably
6 St. Mo.. East Tyler Tex- 1 .c',
; ; FnlaJon.
over the affairs of that country. We now Luii. \ I I, 4, Jackson 9, Franklin 4, Gad den 9-C5. 'i that an amendment shall W offered
I Austin Texas Georgia, 15 Co Mitchell, were I
U. XOl. ; De. ; Moecley, lat Alsn appointed the presWl
observe has been New Orleam Affairs. side the House, before demanding
that lluorK-Pntnam-2.
rumors Pacific
\ treaty rljtt.dby lum1u. Ga., Stockton Cl said Committee.The !I I
Xear.ga. and that France, by her Minister at I -*. Committee Appointed to select : Whole number of TOtes 98 ; necessary to a choice Nrw ORLEANS, June 8, P. M.-The city i is now question. telegraphed to the rO"t.
permanent Cat Laving
Trench I Effect of lie Mississippi Flood. announced that there quiet and the Mayor has stopped further arrests, Secretary le i- liP
secured President that
(!r. I.r a Company exelusive officers for the Convention through their Chairman, C6. The was noE'lectioD. master at Augusta. h< to-day replies
of the and that The following letter will COI'En idea of the and discharged all those who hate l'en arrested.Mr. isle learn further than the rumor aK>-'
sight way aerew I.thmu3 Holland made the whichwas to anything
D. following ,
the lisa effected an alliance, offensive and defensive. Ii sad results of the recent freshet on the Lower Mivsisrippi. unanimously concurred in, viz: The Convention proceeded to a second ballot with Stith, the newly elected Mayor, has a majority ;OchE''f e-I fired into off Pensacola and etC

is from a traveller amid its and of t.'o hundred and ninety votes. killlJ. f
for the
cf the conceded. !enC result
rights I arreitthe
protection For residcitt-Col,,I J. FLOYD. following : TIle newt by the Black Warrior of the .
We have not ye: learned the terms of the rumored i tell its own tale : For lift PrcMetilt-Capt DAS'L Bisr, Maj. I. FOE Joint BiAsn-Leon 9, Wakulla 4, Jefferson Captain of the Styx creates eonsideraMe *atd+ '

treaty but whatever they nay bo we regard it as I I .S.Numr.: Aric, May 29.-I was (Lon deck NATHASS lion. H. V. J. 9, Madison 10, Columbia 11, Putnam 2, Nassau 3, mGen.. Walker'. Trial. I ring. an.1 has spiked Ae guns of Bnrlingttns
I nearly all the way front :Memphis to this jbce.- Snu\ S.nLE. New ORLEANS.: June 3.-The jury in the trial e-f others. who loaded with war speech-
an unwarrantable intervention the! of 8 Monroe 5, Dade 1. Manatee 1-63. are
upon part We lay br most of the night at Heena J assure For Rtcrttariet-C. E DIKE E M. G>AHAM and Uillsborough Gen. Walker disagreed as toie verdict Walker -4 *

any foreign power to assume a protectorate upon I you i i distressing (ace how haste to WILLIAM K. BEACP. Foa D. PTTTMAS Escambia 6, Walton 8, Calhoun demands another triaL Meeting of the Kamsa Committee.

this Continent and we have no doubt the Administration I Jet along I saw large plantations under water. The Chair appointed Messrs. Pope, Wardlaw and 4, Jackson 9, Franklin 4, Gadsden ?-35. eommiadonw. appointed uDdir CC
will break which levees had fallen in. but I am told by seine The President The board of
an by a to choice 66. announced Mexico LtcoOlrton.
up arrangement Necessary a From convened at
that where the I levees the lice Holland a Committee to conduct the President anti act of Congress of May 4. was
*foreign power ,'i b alo\e the right to tax thee were planters eating up the cotton.< ba Ito.' rains, together Vice IrCideut to thcir.eat* that there was no election Nrw ORLIASS June 3.-Advices have been received May 24th. Preent-J. TT. Denver J01'nDet.

American passing from State State All Cot withdrew the name of Mr. Pittman to the 22d ult. Vidanri hail ; l \V' Babcock rrd'
people t with the eaJ water r' ing,make the crawfish The President on taking his seat, addressed the Yonge from Tampico Hugh S. W.Ub. secretary fSethIet 1J'f'\.tf
this mischief has grown out of the Clayton and sme fear is, that the rise now Convention iu and moved tliat John Beard be unanimously nominated retreated to Monterey. Zuloago has established a ; dent of the council; GccrgeT.district. atft1f'De--

Bulwer treaty and itsuit have been shown in eooiiug down will nearly extinguish all hope for a an appropriate speech. which motion was carried by acclamation military tribunal of the house and Vm.f*. in by J* t
on the plantations in these bottoms. It announced that a communication from St The members of the board w re tworn
the Panama massacre, and the French treaty.A crop highest "a and the President announced that Major John Beardwas organized .1 WGovernor IUlo
Se gentlemen on the boat were of opinion that Johns county, addressed to the President of the From Ilarana-TTif Drltlth "Outrages' Catft The commid5.n"rs S. Wah
overflow, together with heavy rains, would hid been received, when on motion the unanimous choice of the Convention as the Checked. Denver. Prudent, and hugh
SU'al&Disease.Roport cut the crop Lor the bottoms over 30,0 CinTen. Democratic candidate for Register of State Lands_ SEOaLE "r June 4.-The steam ship DU-k Secretary. Slit' **.4ir
hare reeh us from different parts of ." sid ) muncaton! 'a read, and so touch as re A committee oltbr .aurroinlf'tl Kr
L Mr. Eppes of Franklin, moved that a committeeof Warrior bas arrived at this port from New York cor.Juf'tin Z *b' I1*.
this and adjoining until!, of a strange disease, or .* lated to the representation of St Johns county was to pro the mrue I.
: five be appointed by the Chair to Inform the via Havana. She brings the intelligence that the pWledJor the Kansas l.ilIlo rrj r
referred to the Committee on the Ratio of ion by
poisoning among the cattle and wild animals. Someof DEUOCKATJ Vicrotv ix NEW hI.tsrs'c.-At tie Representation. tbe CT-t ) !
I I candidates of theirnominatjon, which was agreed British officer who bas been so conspicuous in the text meeting to take place on :.:
the beat stock In the country are d\irg off, and municipal election in Xew Haven on Monday the of C. Babcock.. it w.'nBanimo
to and the chair the gentlemen has been I On motion r,rs
appointed following vessels at la Grande of
in a manner indicating poisoning or an extremely Democrats elected their candidate for Mayor and B. C of Madison, moved that a Committeeof boarding our Sagua I agreed that the election ordered by the act 1
Por. as said Committee, viz: T. J. EppesjBj. Isaac arrested and sent to Jamaica.Br. ti.i Mon.Uv of *
rapil atd fatal disease. Deer are said U found other city officers, and carried three of the appointed t prepare resolutions for gess shall take place on the
b a1te Nathans W. S. Dilworth Jos. Chaires Jr. and A.
in numbers lying about in the wood Some have six -ward -the 3rd. 4th and th In the flatter the action of the Convention, which"motion was J. urn Loris May 31.-The American Convention gust next Ac! ---

been shot, and the flesh was firm, the blood seemed ward, however an Independent Democrat was age to and the.following gentlemen appnW. On Smiley.motion of Mr. Wardlaw Madison, the President has nominated Judge IL R. Gamble to represent the THE QcEsnos or s '-h U believed W5 t. sit 1J

to be entirely changed, aud there appeared cuthVng elected in opposition to the regular Democratic can HoD Jams E. Broom. Chairman, St. Lewis District in Congrcs The nominee baa iogton, probably, from intteatioBS throws Oi Tinea*

but I yellowish water in the T.in! We do not !! didate.for Alderman, chiefly by Republican votes. Pope Gen. John Milton Hon. J. P. .Anderson, D. and Messes IL V. Snell and Daniel Bird. not signified bit acceptance. tile British Mioister. that tbc ohbit.liI'D.-&iutb G2T I;"

know how cxUiiMvtly thi&tri.e.inla3vl.revaila. Th.exposition ccU l n. "citizens' ticket The P. Holland. T. J. Eppes, W. S. Dilirortw, fartwiy Vice Presidents, were added to the Committee. will insist upon th. "right i" '* "K' \
I Parkhill of Leon offered the essential ia the: ,urrn' *
l.ut i IIU certainly proved vry fatal in >-"f:iocalf Democratic majority; ). for. Major was 551 For the Smith D. T. B. Ltur. 1:1 Graham and H. L. I Mr. followirg resolution a C.ngrr..Ioa1. I IW' trade.lately
which \15 adopted : ..t-'T' June I.The Senate agree! to
f* .' U -(t-at,l I "n,/ tl. .... j other city ilEc t'r-. alt-ut o'1 Mitchell *


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ow -sc.--- '. _" -- __ti-_ -, ___ : : _'_ -_ -

- .- - -- -- -- H'I'OBE--NEW GOODS.
-- - -- --- I\EW
; F.-w., tt WaMnytcn f/m'on. A'oy I6.'A If your flair. la Harsh, POSITIVELY ONLY I NEW ARRANGEMENT A FORTUNE OF ; I
Vsu h'ro(.
Wood's Hair tcatoratlre. ,
BufTalo Platform.
ok A New If your HaIr! is Gray I UNTJ NEXT SATURDAY, THE 19iu INST. $70,000 WEBBEDAHHHEMEB,
i,.'t'1 U i Djffalo platform i* not to be .llowcJ to
Use Prut Wood's. Ila'r P.estnratlve. I' MERCHANT TAILORS
... to pioctfc T1'5 n(t\blc old Erie Emancipation If your hair!. Thin. I CORNS ,
: ,
..:.icn "f Yo h cli Mr. nilmora! once n bripiit tee Pr.. r. Wood's Hair Restorative. : On the Tallahasssc and Pensacola & Geo. TO BE flAt I LIeD DXALKM IV.

t r. T.t'! tliMi': ligl.t ond to Ml.k-h 1 le: tn,l wellVOWB I 1 If ton are n.M. {... Tr.il. Woo.l' haIr! P.rstf-raUre. BUNIONS AND TROUBLESOME RAIL-ROAD. I FOR $10 DOLLARS I RE J Y-JlA/JE. CLOTHING

MUr. irliirl: f rccred to'Mm itt confidence ) 5.rcc-xTLi1F.3. -- __ :
j If jou have Nervous tlrariii !I.te I. -. -----r : Af D. _
toj t .j4ort. i* aliout to rise like the Ph n't.' from \ rr. "...1', nar! P.eiectq-aIie. HO \'L'LK\ \ : LVXU Sr.IAIJ/.YU or BAD PKRMAXLXTLY O N and after Friday the 4th of June tho freightand .**WAN & CO.'S LOTTKBIEJ. GENTLEMENS' UJlNiSHlNG GOODS.
11 1 'TJil.'U.V A 7'AIK //. Trains on these Roads will be ,
"tt' If ron leave Dandruff; 'TE8 ANY 1'AIX HY passenger AUTHORIZED 1 by tko STATE of OEOIrpIIE I I
5 iun tri w eekly, as follows, (Sundays excepted :) I' -
Us Prof. ".I..lI.lr Rietorathe.I I II
I' .\ cuvfibir 1111I jlat been i Usacd from BufTilo to till I If you hue LrupLou T. II. WALTON, 31. R. ('. S. I. & 1;., Betlf t.. Tallahatxee and St. .l.rw-Ls : l following-Scheme will be drawn by I rpHK SUBSCRIBERS are now icg..at
; YM-k calin the to i S.rSwaD.t 1 the Store next to Messrs. O/-& J.niss. Megio'I I
,, Nir people rally '
4ytI f : flpon t". IV f .ol'l1hlr K*!li-iitTa, Kr
: t.er. 'rin.nt tinctiou of ptrt%. *' wilLwulnirrJ If7.ld"lrGIo..yHa'r. j jCV Late Surgeon I'edist to their Majesties I d.ive Rl 11 A. M. (except tbe lMh and 29tli of eachI teiv. in earls of tieir: Single Number Lotteries for I SUMMER. a GOODS. suitable foeOSNTLEXElfSr .

to former political iociatitm." in a fcew I'r-.f. Wood's iTVr r.. l4 nt Te.It 'I Victoria, Queen of England : D,>nn\ Mm la, bite Queen I WEAR.
;7. rfytotij'pose at the pvl's the "principles and ( jou desire t-, prerve the t',*.r, i anal Don Pedro. present KinK uf 1'oitngal ; Lou davs sli:ill fall upon Monday, Wednesday or Friday, the superintendence of ComOU dWDtri .

l'sft ',.. Wood heir Ko.V>rallT- NapoK-on, Emperor| of the Trench and I M per: Schedule for P. A O" ii,. R in which use the I I consisting ia pail or French sad EngEab Cloths Cas.im'r'e

t ; p ,:icY cf the administration. I yoa desire col to bee f.e CM'*, I 1 many others of the late and, present j hour of departure jsvill be as usual at 1 L) CLASS 18, and netiltgs of thg latest style! and best qua1.itywhkha .

r Vff cfpv some of i its sentence* : I IThe tai Prof. \.'. Hair BcttoraUte. j jIf Kal Faiuilius 1'11.1 l of I in they are preparCil to make ap t. saI
I Nubihiy
A nu at St.Marks. . . 12.8 P. Ml To be Dawn ia the City of An tata. OAy pubIc.On
absolute and unconditional. nJlr of the! jvu want a Cix c'III'] .Article : IZniopE. I 1.I'\vt'St.1"rb..3..30P..M. Mb 1868. I a workman like: and fashiouabl manner add emI Ria

1 ii.to tIlt band of the i fie Prof. W. '* Hair KeMoratlre.I Saturday. June OKAJLX TEBMS. Also, a good assortment of
p ,,itu guv.rnment ajrsjresiTe ; D H. D'ALTON (except on FriJIIY. when the train will heave at S.) ..
} i f *ud intolerant eUve power of the country by i If you a4mlielhe Ecsnt'ful! Lock j I ArnveatT-i'llahassee. . . 4.45 P. M.. CL.\SS 19 I READY. ADE CLOTHLHO,:
I j begs to make known (hat he is at pleas- ,
cations administration exemplified in its | Use Prof. Wood's Hair Kr.torjliTF. present "n
\ 0! e I (excepton Friday when the train will arrive ut 4.It.) conahtingofFine Black.and Colored Cloth Frock
i attempt to impose repulsive constitution upon thy I If you admre! the Reautiful nuclei i ore and partly Professional Tour of America and I T. be Drawn in the City of Augusta. Ga., ill public, E".ia.fta! Coats. Black ,
: j jIf will be, fur a few das to come, at tie ; And on Sundays when necessary to connect with Coat, Fancy Cusaitnere.
r !e of Kama in defiance of their expressed; re Prof. M'ood's hair le.wfIIti I2A. 1858
Oi SidicrdcyJv'a and
I the 1ms of Mail Steamers plying between New Orleans Colored Raglaw end Over Costa, Black Fancy
: make it the rlutof all good *is 5 a Beautiful Complexion CITY HOTEL
imperative you
Vl4htP. I I Orensdia
I Key West and Havana which arrive at, and Doeskin and Casaimere Pants Figured
WhO desire to the institutions !ill' Cue Prut Wood's Hair Restorative
J- dtjEt'H% preserve j i during which period he may be daily consulted in ; deport from St. Marks: on the Ifth and 29th of each CLASS 20, and Fancy Silk and Casimere.osta.
i.. ri1l from tlieir f.lt tlier. to isnore all considersiimof i If}ou ,isli a Face tree fr<.3 l'imf'It't', I.
r t a srlfiah cliar.icter and to unite at the pullaj Use Prof. Wood'lI11air P.ettfwatire.If the above and all other excrescences and diseases of I month. To be Jl'il\\'tl in the City of Augusta. 01. ia pullic.On -.ALSO-- -
the human feet which professional! kPl! can aid. The 0" PeuitficoU d Georgia Rail Road a Tri-weekly
the purpose e of depo'in an administration at : jj 'II l li to ;>ear Youn!. I Saturday. June 19fA 1BC3. A assortment of black andfazsey4ik asitte
relief is instantaneous anJ the cure ]>;>mantnt.J2f train w ill be run on Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday
,.:. .c to f !t'ilrM' and deputic.: 1!j jffi Use Prof. Wood's Hair Cc ivratlre. and shirt merino. s.lk aad cotton under shirts
ties .
Consultation hours froia 9 till 4
I If want bvlimofy ui-eraleelniing. n. in., p. m.. I : CLASS 21 .
I .. you Dr. D'AiTO5 is the only legally graduated Surge Leave Tallahassee . .. . 7 A. 5!. I collars socks gloves, Ac.
and Wood's 1I'f'torILluOII
k be Into town Read the Circular of Hair
< cftllvwill ocnt every I Proc Ga in Ui The subscribers beginners and not .nir -
l lie of arenew,
on in America practicing exclusively as Surgeon Arrive at Station No. 3 (Walker' Mill.). 8.60 A. M. To be drawn in City Augusta, pI
*.,. end \\c peutfnlly) wrirc upon you tie irajftlance 1 you want to find It, I unknown to the and they pledge
of immediately] obtainine the eijrnsfnresif The Depot is at HI Market at, St. Louts MKtmirt. No 1'edL-t.professional connection with ta other Leave Station No. S. . .. . 9 A. M. On Saturday Jvtt 2fifA, 1859. ly themselves to give satisfaction community to all wLo may favor
nil) 1"1'1'11011withoet rrgli r.i to former political {?/" It i. ate sjd) by every populw Druggist" the city ti1Dr" D'ALTO.N dues not lisit! .\persons I Arrive at Tatlallasset.10.40 ON TIlE PLAX OFS1NGLK KUXBERS. them with their patronAge.

'I aswSation who are rinnwiliincto (1l'ro.elt the aal cAuntr .I Ou Fridays an accommodation Trait will leave the WEBER

'J poll the principles and poli J' of the nstional od Feurcary 6,1->M. C-ly -0TAI.LAIIASSEE TAllhJ.ns"Depot for Station No. 3, (Walker's Mill) 5.485 PRIZES ; ,

miuietrstion." j TESTIMOXIALS.Fr : at 4.:0 P. M, and arrive at S.atiofl No. 3, at 15 6 P. NEAFI.Y ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICEERTJ! I L DANNHEIMER
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Iti Ii irne.I by MX cr seven Int'n. the first of the Hon. C. IL Avitin, Treasury of State of M. Leave Station No. 3 at 5, and arrive. at Tallahassee UNFFIC'ENTSCJI&IIEf I May 1. isea._JIl. .

whoin" the Tribune inform u", has been State :i SJiTi) lIeu'!;. Honda. at 7.15 P. M. MA

Trao rr; the next two. Members of Congrew : > = -- Dr. D'Altou has most ki'fu'ly: removed corns {morn A HACK leaves St. Marku en strira! of the Train TO iii: DB.AW EACh UTtB."U IN JUKE! I NEW GOODS I-NEW GOODS I II

one other l'ol tma*ter [under Mr. Illhuore] it Buf-- rOKT OF :ST.:; MA-J UKS. feet without causing pain or iucom' DleJj<:e. for Newport and return in time to connect with the 1 Prize of. .t70.000 4 Prizes c(. .t OI

Mo. and the ln!t district attorney.." One of thee I taj up Team to Tulluha-e 1" 80.000 4" . 510I I FOR THE
__ _______ June fth, 1858. C. H. AUSTIN. '
members of Consrew: alluded to i if Mr. S. G. Ilsven. = .c-';: no Fare from Tallahassee I to Gt Marks. .. .fl.OO I 10, OO 4" . 700

who ws administration lender in the Home :: ; \ ID. Station No. I, 1'In.d 1.1 . 5,000 4" 600 I FALL AND WINTER
From flee ho JvJyt UrerarJ Tallahassee Florida.
June 5. E.br.rIM 1 Pigeon O Lear, New Orleans.
; nn..r the Fillmore adiiimstration. Another signer I G'I'. U. R. .. . . .. .. J5C : I" 4.000 .to : OCO i
,the veil iA the notable' Strop: G. A. ?crops, i IK rOKT This i is t" certify) that Dr. D'Altoii has removedvveral Fare from Tallahassee to Station No. 2. Pen.& i I" . 3.QOO 50 . ..00I

who i' f'.fI1\u. f-r Living contacted tli-eeerenmuirs i i ibv Ur.r: Gen. r.atU>, NOJ&-Iofdin:. _ I. '- erua from tie ftrtt of mv wife without the Geo. R.n.. . . .. .. . 871' 1" . 1.600 1 100 12; : TRADE :
I _ _. Ui4st p-iin. T W BKKVARD.TaiUlussoe : .
wbuh }Ir. Fillmor- was init'n'.eJ into the know Fareoni Tall! haase to SUtmn No. 3. (Wal. I 4" I.WO'' 2g0" .100
: (HtXlU.tftY."it Juu? Oth. lESS.
nothing order. --- _. I!I k-r' Mill). . . . .. 1.00 .1Pl'rori1l1atio'l Prim's. i __-
Thus )Ims the firi-t tep been ta.n in tlic tru.ttrurk tte lilt e.(June. 1:1:1: JILL! t. oa ,,f Gen. \\m. I'.nilcT, .ioo ueU.600 undersigned M uw receiving bit Stock of
to t70.000 THE
of tIle reconstruction of i j-artie* Mr rill i.ib.- to e "iJ .Q'I uutiirfh (.nj, IMIIIJ lro'oed wLdebaUiing From //> ThSs. Balfse'l C7iiefJaPice tf Flo.Dr. 2>ff. Arharfftd on Peimi ola. & Grorpa. Railroads I 4 PrzC8:5 of 300"appro' 25.000 prize. I.CO I FALL AN]) WINTER OOOD3.

more end Mr. <,wsrd flr.lIinp..n: the ian': pkt i 'Un'-. ce.. ;.. :.ui3 lie. te.djtatcnterrdthesxtcwntL; I D'Alton Las tim!; rmmj it-Iiever] my wife ofa I I I s5S. to be paid on delntry f good I 4 ii 200" 13.000 800 which wants neither in Quantity Quality or Style,

.e&rvl J..1 1HOM ST. MARKS .[ i t 13 : I 4" 1:5. 7,000" OhIO Embracing for the Ladles;
siort'liernrbip:;.. the -k-repuUican nnd the :: Vibes th' ij, in NVw i iYwk 1 I I tiuuk Mill jlTectMulture. per 4 SIlk: Robes a Quille. Side Stripe DeTain: Robe.
North Americans are to rally t-ffether was pAiuIensiutJ prove nu I
> I per 4 Flounce-! Challie
the democraticorganization. T. BALTZELL.Tallahassee .
to male common war upon SUiess of liim ii. 1 hey arc I Le lha corn ripe fur Lice Vicllc. Corn and other graiu in aiks per bushel 110 J I 0 10 4' a 50." 1.500" 200
June hat ISC 8. Brocade tavadiereStripes.U Plush Barego
!! So klso can we foil, when fie nin.ott.-il die, after languishing I Salt per sack. . . . . 40 I 5.000 pri..s uf 23 ..rs. . . . . OO.1)O C uille Robe
TimMicf Buff"l. the democrat 140 ,
The Republic and ). .lib dim-asiv. Uunt seems M fad, and so strange, whraj Hay in B.Ues per 100 .. . . 25 SLime -

ie much organ nl3ri.ned in that at Nazareth tin new demonstration.ofroitic: ?. does Itroutb'kaftn not seem j death e-lects for its victim one in tbe bloom of youth, and From 2fetm.Marks Afiot and email Tallahassee DtmilltHotel 11a.I Ketpert. St. Cotn-Mit, Slate Plaster and Guano. I I :;; rliies amounting 10. . . . .$:20,0(01) Saa China! Plaid Striped Poult Glare de Loire.Printed" Delala Merino Robe** .

i while amid the sports of bo>bood.I in paikigi-s l per 10< l Ibs. . 25 125 :5 Tecarrs-l0 hlatvts i5 Qc.u.Tr.a'l U I. AU WooU1..Ja
Ii.T\ triefcommentarv on the rigni cant eireuiar. The death nf UETHEL WaS a severe blow to bU relatives and The undersigned have had corns of long ttati'lit-f I Bar Iron per 100 lb<. . . ',j'25AH 25 25 Wrou ; ; I

The Vnow-nothiiiZ party has played out. i{ friend, for tc possessed tNcrr quality that coul l endear him I and great inconvenience extracted by Dr. D'Altou ether good per 100 Ibs. . .|SO 30 30I ".o- MANTLES
old sUrer ard hare PLAN OK TUB LOTTERY.
The whig parties playedcut
gray i i toothers. He a xs noted (or amiability, }, his affectionate wiihout! the slightest, pain, and we now feel quite relieced. I 13 : or tviar MAirsJAL AJCB atriKEmbroideries
: and seven pttrioticm..n have pone to work i He I J. nOl' Fro",7'AIL.1II.ISSE.EtoSTATIO.'ll iZ, The Number from 1 to CO.CCO eorre"pondirg
aud L docile .
disposniun accs'iglnj manners. was stu- .
esrapins up tbe ("1'1] ami end of the e effeteor;aniration I per . .. . -,,2:1.n6160\ with those Numbers on the Ticket printed on i
J. 14.
diouf and perfit-U tree from any Tinoaj Inclinations and I'I
*. out of which, to uild \:' a party in ('I'I'O4 : Tobacco in BJXCS per 100 Ibs. . .Uf:;.12A12i! I encircled with *ni&lltin tubes .
gave riroinite of! being a useful and honored citizen He atI Tallahassee. June 4lh, 1858. shea! of paper, are or mat K DVnleucene
4 t'tion to our party of I'rlnciplt'11 I Corn and other grum m sacks p V btwbel.J 5 6 I 6I
I traded in the love of his and I and in one wheel j and
a rare degree companions, auniverafly ai pla'eed Maltese! Hocitoo tai.
5ti.d5. in \iew of thi I Salt "ark.2:5
question The f'tom Ii. 11: Allen E. Editor Florida Settliuil. per ]! j2i ,25 467 similarly printed anal encircled .
beloved by all to w bom he was Vno n The first prizes
t w ll the work of reconstruction be confined to the i' Hay in Balc per 100 Ibs . .. } I BONNETS. BELTS AND TRIMMING R1BUO "S.f .
i writer heard his l'Oo>m.mate say (one who bad held that relation I cert'ty' that Dr. D' lt.o has this extiacied 12iI121112 lire placed in another wheel
Fillmore'n] friends the South day Cement Plaster and Guano
j Needle Are Mr. at to I Lime Slate I TIle signed would also call the attention oCtile
him for than that be had heard wheel hen revolved and a number is
1 Ue If ft out of the roalitiou! What i. to become ofMaccltai I' to mole a )ear) never from my feet three coins of )long (-landingtwo of In raeknjes per 100 Ibs. .! 2f The ar Public to his and Stock of -
that would 'l12ii12ljI the wheel of Numbers and M the same I generally, large complete
; : ,f the faitlif'il fw in Kentucky and oft utter IL thoughtor speak a word cause a w hicb were at times very troublesome ; and further Bar Iron per 100 IbA . . .|. !, drawn from Gents and Youths Fall and Winter Clothinf.

j ""r fI'I" cwiielr hidividnal In tlie old North :. Lltbh on fled check of the most innocent girl His was indeed I that the peratiou was performed with great skill All other goods per 100 Ibs . :|ji& 115 115 lime a Prize is drawn from the other wheel. Tie Gents and Youths Fall and Wattr -
"- ; -li-m Mr Gi-Ilings bas l:1tel.grown a pure spIrit a 6'occupant of Heaven where we huee'd1 and without the least pain or iiKVuveuieuce In faet Number and Prize drawn out nre opened and exhibited -
: to believe ho is In the of blissful EDWARD HOUSTOUX, the audience and registered by the Commiasionets HATS. CAPS CA-
-, : .r. .' -!. "u>n ". t reason now enjoyment a we were uninterruptedly engaged in conversation to L.; < -:
lmiut>rtaUty. I Pres. Superintendent. the Prize being placed R'Jainst the number BOOTS AND SHOES. .lE ;
I"11"! -1 c.rned; with the new Buffalo during tbe short period occupied by their removal 4' '
It its with I Tallahassee May 29th 1858. B. }'. ALLEN. February 13, 1858. 7-Sm drawn. This operation is repeated Until all the Prizes PLANTATION GOODS
: -r.t. tf ; > ; K>'I sueeef exnl -- .-- --- ------- - -- --- I ,
.. ".''" i fleet live MAHUIED I are drawn out.Approximation. .
tse*. ai : 1 s o twenty or I i. iJ. ra "lid
.> T' Z'r'1: ""''( ti4'l to'th. r'xt In th-s! City \f.rll1/lh.. l>y the RevVu.: E. CITES Mr. I Froin the Ifoit. L. H'. Pvux.lt Ex-Governor o. andat Try and keep cool in these Exciting Times Prize*.-The two preceding and Ssluda Keracyoolevt Stnpe rtinaeU 1Jt, Hope.

; R'nvrtftirwi: .v :-Ntac-an Italla for \VILLL1M DEAUD, U. Mi-s LK1ITIA: O., daughter o1 prevent L': S. .Senator Kent l -ir!, and Coatmixivner tbe two succeeding Number to those drawing the Marl hoi and Russets and black Shoe
i I ICE ICE !!! ICE !!! the oc? St.ipea .
will be entitled to 23
S n: vf "!i te: orrr.-nti of the L'- -imp'on : the tae Mr. John S. epuri1!, all! <.(tbio plaee. to Utah first 7 Prizes Approxima Pl.iida Linseys and KeD'". Jeciu.

ft-'i] :.r t r/ h.'c_. upf. ; i vrrle tUfc-'t." \\'nrl1p. In this! City, Mar e'xh, hy the 1:1''. "W sc. E. Errts. Mr. I Dr. D'Alton baa some time since extracted both ------ tiou Prizes. For example Prize those: if Ticket Tickets No.numbered 11250 Heavy Cotton Ojnaburghs, Virginia all Wool!tse!..

; o- 'L' : 1- :i.. .-[ n: 2 \'fn tl-! < Le'-oajptoti LOrI 1'. l1 LL.\D.\ lu Mt-s. LETITIA Ii., daughter of bard and soft corns from my feet and likewise moat I BY the Express] Packet Brig General Bailey, fif I. draw the 70,000 will each be entitled | i 4-4 brown *rid bl atb. Wool Hats I
44'il I" :* ""' ; :nei *s the n:aiform of ton irn (. 1-t Garol-lc. cf this plae. I a.]c-oitly and successful treated oue of my great Toe. day frem New Yoik, we are in leoeipt of 11201'1.112-19.11251,11252. ed domestics, Steel Iron and Nail.
No. 550 draws the $50,000 Prize
: orj'tiZ"1 ''nd coratT>ou fff'.r'," and nioinle--of I II Nails, which, from growing down ut the sides, had I 33O Tons more of this summer luxury nnd whichve $400. Ticket Brown and bleached Sbec- Complete assortment of
whii-h .o/itic.-.l ..lv rariea : At lh( rcsld'-nee(,t Major fleorgn T. Ward In thIs! vicinity, I! those Tickets numbered 618 549, 551. 552. will each
parties were one j are been for many year a cource t>f cry great atmoy-. \ desire to d'!!"i inae to all in want on applicationat ting", Hardware.CARPETING .
Junoifti, t>v it Ki s-. TKA>ru II. ECTLI.IX.E. Bishop of th's! I be entitled to *300 end so en according tcrth?above
exb rl"d each other .utl '
to meet a generous forgelfulness ance to me, a-l. I it \\e only doing hm justice to state I our ICE HOUSES at St. Marks or Nw Port at
I Diocese. \ OrEV7 II GAMBLE, to Mss: MARTHA
of >f COrtt1tflion." ; CILtIIt'r: hhe late !I.'or Bm Chares! ol this I The 5,000 Prise of ?20. will be determined by thelast Brussels Thiee antI
( I whet be and
title and maeleily manner end wIthout any pain ; not rrquireJ to cut, at 3 cts. per quantitifS Ply Ingrain Carpatt.
; Our purpose i, simply to rhron'.e'.e: lie iro\"r.-nt, courts mel lui'l.t-r lha* the itJief was !Immediate iui.1 <..onlinueserniartiit. I untSer 100 pounds.Stoollioldtrs figure oCthe Number that drama tie f'joOOO Parlor Rug and door Malts.

J and to propound the ina.i'.rv: wl- :IH'r thee Lr.1\ --- -- ----- .. -- ------ _. -- ,, | L. W. POWFLL.Y I will be furnished; :0. heretofore at 2 rr.z' Fur example: if t1JO Number drAwing the I All of the above mentioned article, will be soM

i nothhig (f II1T\.I:"b,], K:<...tuck.. and the S.xnii TRlt01JGII IN 48 HOURS .oi-klwii. Dec 22nd 1SS7.i i cents p.r |! .rd in nnr <)ju;inti'ies tle!!!'rod, and transI I I 70.000 Prize ends with :). I. then all the Ticket. I I upon as good term ai can be bought of.any House
wbe'-e will be t'r.tIU..l
j wilt consent to rally npnn the r.tu.il I''::' .- .- t I porll.tinn [.,'-1 to TrtiI.il.a-iF c H. H. Dep'i. But cv- the No. ends in 1. to $20. IfI : in the City.

} We bate no fear of the !'... ""1. W have tiers! with L'.ii keU b.i.tts h b f rward.i I the No. ends with, No 2. tL:u nil the Ticket whore ,
great : i I. ?ii' t'feOH.. 77io S. J'irye, ..h iit", of. S'ate of. ; < or must : to D. C. WILSON. S
vofoarof any raov rnert which slime it <] -po. I -' '. ..:.. !.: "i j.jJ..F ijt: 7 i Jifnluiiy.j : :t. Marks Ie House. 'i the No. ends in 2 will be entitled to $Jtf, arj soon : Oct. 17, 185'1. 42
the te4aibi4rat&cn." fir that i il !l.a siridthcie '! : o : to O. .
KO : < I .r.s IIAHD TIMES, with warm weather mae suchuhjaq
I, in the eonfidcnec of tW c ntatry th.-u. :is the -eit- ; 't .. ."-" :_ u. & j D'Altou ou a former vi>it 10 Frankfoit exlracj itpH.als against th.er'vhit c sitm, (that ''uterms Ct'rtifi.ttt8 of Packages will b e sold at the f.>llow- ---- J. -- -- -
: le.la number of treinbiesomecirmig from the Dr. E. Leavitt
j iedI
of .Ji' tery ; r:1tll1.'hh:: U the rL-k : .
4)fficlslitbcrit.r. y; } ; _: I : will be cnth f>r T7ee:,!y payments fiom regular ,
clf wife and and bkiv/iiie
my daughter operated OP n
CertiGcate of Package of 10 Whole Titktta. .$80
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customers. It.tsi1 DI"l..t..1& .. Uha Phil. l.e.I&f't' MILTON & CIIATTAIIOOCIIEL% bunion fur the latttr in a mot skilful! rend 22 1S5S. Sect
May ,
NtnOri.%j>;, June 1Dtfjitra't lions manner and without any pain. The relit was ____ n_____. .____ _copy I. J 0 Quarter 20 I OFFICE in NASH'SEW BUILDING near tt.
I U. S. Mail Line i immediate aud they Lave npcnenccil no return ,.' I.. I .
: 10 } t.Jb" .10
Battle i* Kortlitrn Terai-Serenty'*'ueCattmnehe inconvenience. Til OS. S. IiAGE. ; ]Maryiancl State Lotteries.I ; May 2!. 1858. 21
: In ordriig Tickets or (Certificate i enelore: the .
KUlctL We bav ,iv l later iutelh | -- --- -
r > Frankfurt, )'. !8th, 1853.
; g..nee from Texas, Lv Lich .e learn of a desper- Sorn.1.-"VV'ook..1y f j I money ta our "tllreE3 fur the Tickets ordered on receipt t-

ate battle that ".fought in the Northern p.irt of : foam Milton Tuesday's and 1'riday's ut 10 |I| Fro>,. (*>t l/' II. Join Henry E 'o_. Galvtt'on. R. FR.C"; Co, 3letniigrrs, of which they wilt be forwarded by first mail. i Isabella House
| Purchaser" can bat e ticket ending in figure they It II ,
the Mate. between the llaneer, UftJcr1'1. Font o'clock, a. M.Leaver F the State Lotteries any I
I Maryland the following
With pleasure certify that Dr. D'AIton has ex1 I 0 present dpfiarmte. ALBANYtjQEoRGIA.
oud a large WJy Ounanche' Indiana Ties fgl.t C/uiltahoochce Tu ftl'jy's and Satcrr.t 1; tracted several pa IP ful c'f us from the feet of my Splendid Schemes List of Driwn Numbers and Prizes will be : .

def iras<*a t running of the Indians one of t-.x miles and of resulted whomrere in the t day's after the arriml of -Steamer: from i wife without the slightest: pain; at, !, as I fully IxlI i For JUNE, 1858. IIf1\Y to purchasers immediately after the! drawing. ;, t ---_

killed several vrountlto.scvtnty-sl"x and seventeen taken prisoner ] .\palarhicolaandlhfSlagtfrom Tallahassee I lieve: in such a perfect inanwr a3 to afford permanent: -- Parchaseri rill Please! write their signature I rpIIE n'boT HOTEL i.i Mbinr.: tbe r.r"-;. te.n
I relief. JOHN IIENHT L'KOW.X.! and! .heir Pot Ofilce iil I tIC tfa.? O..rgl't.i : !t. '
give a" .icle.cr
*. Tlire hundred horc w ere also capturedby l-'la., and U-iinbrulgc, Ha., They enuli"ul'urcl.a.:18 of Tickets to beware <.f County f the ,
thevLitea.. lUCK Galveston! March 13th 155S. ordering TickcU: iu Lolteru-s where extraordinary : Rcmctnlx-r that e\cry Pnzs u iVawn! and I now op. n or rreetion f the
Capt. ForJ' lo-" was only two killed and twowosineI. I -- I I largo Capital are offered fir a small cost of Tickets payable fall without deduction.C3f TRAVELTX PUBLIC.

.'d. Oi.c of the killed wan a white, and the j r i HIS LINE i is now in f r"rate order. The wools. ; MEDICAL nEn RI? tl: --all such a"e awinalles.The All prizes cf -1COO and under pnid immediately Tie U .ns.. '.tl) r. rm-'c: M.- I:1r i.

ether an Indian, who f.ught under F,-rdA I JL Stock ha lon renewed with new nod comfortable ; Samuel Ciirtwrijrl.t M. D, ) Marvlvid' Lotteries have been in existence for nficr the dnwin;-other prLres nt th- usaI I tor M dficirn'nf! J :l' s.toe! :.t aFIRST ., ;

-a .. Hacks. The Drivers are careful sober and ac-. .I L. C. Craweour. M. D, JNew Orl 3.i1.'. i Forty Yeirs. They are drawn by a State OtScir I timecf th'rty! da3-C. I CLZtSS -
A liberal allowance of allowtd !
oomicodating. baggage j eommunioations strictly llfi.lcntilll. HOTEL:
'ard from Samuel San A. Co. C. Beard M. 1), ) j mind ran be relied un. If you draw a Prize, youiill I .

T the P"Mic-The extrwrJinllry111'5' pur&ced I to (&';i jKisscnger.If J. C. Ince, M. D, ) .,,.atea.lSiii. I I pet your money. The whole country i i" flooded wi'Ii AdJrc Orders fur Ticket or Ctrtifioitcs to I and hopis b/-tnt &&tuu.f: tj tie ,at.t. of .

by the rival rnWIlI"rl' of different T,)tteriM to injure I AOE.xTS'I : E. 2. Blackburn, M D, f !I Bogus Lottery "onceiifc. Beware of tliem.I j S. SWAN & CO., Avfvsia, Gate OuestS, to luttllt l.tl'I.1-" rf the l'I*!..

Uti l'anse our lilx-ral schemes, and [vromjit T. Ualfour.! M. D, t ,. I I IS" Ordor in the Maryland State Lotteries. j Persons rt'tlidingnear Montgomery Ala., or I L 11. IHJ RHAM, Frvp v .:

manner {.f doinp bu .:new', lin matirially affected I Milton JA. A. Ciurm.Geneva ; II M. Lane M. D, ) icMrarjr. MaryJani State I Atlanta, Ga, ran have their orders filled and nave Albany. Ca. May 22. 1S58. !3l-l

them compel us to call special attention to 'he I .Ala. W. D. MOS.OE. i C. S. S"I1U1.: D., 1 l Lottery. \ time by adUrissiu!; S. Swr.n &: Co, at either cf those I __ _

facts v huh all who deal with us know already : Camiilxlton, J. '',V. SMITH ; J. P. Wallace, M. I), I I NACMnCEXT SCIIEHC.: : cities. Family Groceries.McXALTOIlT .

luSt is. thnt our Lotteries are Legal ; the tnanagi-rs i Mariana \\ NICHOLS B. P. Thomas, D. D., }f Meoplue.J. 1. CLASS K, 03-: Tickets for sale ly If. WEST. I -

and tri.tres honc- and honorable men ; that we I (Cbattabooc-hcc D. Coisex.Passengers ; Young, M D., I Tallahassee Flu.J2T" I ORMOND, fc COO,
To be drawn In Baltimore .
City June 13th, 1S53. ,
leave told more prizes in the tact twelve inucth can be taken through with certainty, I I James Athon M. D,. Superintendent of the llogj I '
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secuiitjr, cud with comfort ;8 18 Drawn Ballots out of 7:).. A 11st of the numbers that arc drawn from rfrceittng from vessels in pmt. s. smill sad
than atlotheer Lotteries the Union and that j I'ital for the Insane Ind O. IL Torbet ARE
; they I GEO. D. FISHER PropV. nud Con'r. I Indianapolis, I 1 Grand Prize of. .40,000 1 Prize of.t5,000 the wheel, with the amount of the Prize that each @ ..supply of GROCERIES. ineJntliu(
have boon -ht'J. in all M. D II. T. M. D hits
ca Barnes. assistants.
promptly casts, on ]>rebentation. I 1 Pnzeof .... .. 12,77 10 Prizes .
of. 210 is entitled to will be uft-r drawing CofVe. Sugar Lnrd. : Pale
i June I!. J868. S4-tf 1 one published every '. Brandy an! 'Wi'1'C
P. O. Fore M. D., Cincinnati. f .... .. :.,ouo 10SM 1,500
.... .... .... in the following paper: Augusta ((lea. ) CODtittiionali -- Also Oil;Paiut, d.I (.
Thee tffort to injure us is nimc.l, not at J. M. Bush M. D. .. 5,000 200bO
only our I fax Sate I ii. f Lexington. y. .... .... .. .. 3. >00$2fl)6 63C5 s ; :;:: t. New O'lenu Delta Mobile Register: -ALSOA
business 'ial but is also intended J. C. M --
by our r\ <, to fid : Darby .... ........ 5iwve) U Charleston tama.rd! Nashville Gazette AI Ian'a In.tellillencer. I
{politically on ore of our partners ; and we assure nce of an ordinance of the of Ti.Ua S. B. Hurllmt. M. D., J 1 : 6'J,JO 65 I lo\r e.md complete stock olI.adid. Gentlvmcu'
1t.tPl1 Galveston 1 Texas I :::::::::::: 5K;( >05l : :::::: ::3 New York Wrefcly Day Book avaunah
our friends and the public that WITH orB COM IRN I : J will sell fur cash, in front of the Court- James A.rellM.D, ., f 56 and Children's Shoes. Boot and Bouteca.- Also a 1(0I
1 .e ........ Si News Richmond New Vc k Dis-
ALL Ii SUCh ?. and title, the legal estipition, vljuh house door, in the city of Tallada'!t't'. Leon Nunt).. And many other too numerous to mention. : b.HUU 0i) 7,040 4.S10 ... .. 20 10 Morning and PituKiing; Miss Dispatch Clarion.Nor. ,. ; I let cluck of Dry Goods, comprising in part Lady! :

we hal1 urge to a hearing, will fully dnnonstjate.in ) m Monday: the 12tb day of July next for taxes duo Dr. D'Alton's numerous lit of tvstinmiiab h- 1 :::::::::::: 5Karr.oauHr: -> patth. 14. 1857 ( ) DrtM Goo.1. Prints. Linens plain and shrilled! ,

the' meantime our lu''ineca will l be conducted as jaM: city for the \tar* IsB n-nl lS57the f-iJ per Prizes.. .. ; to.-----, 1575.17 I --46lyB. -- -- --- -- Tl ached and Bro..n Domesttes. Oioabnrn, Yarns

usual SAMUEL sWAN A CO.. lots or to much thereof: wl! be su."S'-iert to paysaid sonants of tLe precut aye from All p-trt of tIe et*- Tkktvs hit. Halves $5, Quarter 12., Eighth <1.25. I I f I ttl'Jc..1 L S Q -- .

Lottery Jfanayer, Auyutta. (,'.. Uif*. to.wit : Lets No. 40 .t 41 X w A ; No.l1SICnQ' iliz! < 'HrI.J.! wIHJ J have: ut diF: -rent pvi*
.. ; '>'ts No 2&5.N \r A : Lot No. ol, I England during bin nppoint-net:t lit tbe Briti;!! Tlna. : ? I do. do. 26 llmeives---------------- t 75 i in,'. Shirts Collars Neck Tie, Ac, .t .
An. do. Quarters ::::. : ::. :. : ( ; together
Sj C Qr ; LN.I (04 Old Plan; Lotr.3. S J CoQr ; Hou'fbold but n< they nre t"o iir n.t i-f r ...1.l "f with aticral assortment of all
I da. do. 26 Eighth . . IS.6"" I ether ankle
-: S p r ffllllotlf 1 rs. J L No. 50 A !! OM! !'ai'; : 1 of L"t I K.. 22. N i Coi "",tl1iry. be h.ig in-lre'cd j lJi; "H'r ",, h WOrn .a-: 1 VERMIFUGE I wanted tft\UJ.

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-- ; .t 'n- I ,::1-1\", .... '.v. '.; .: ;. : chi' .;: PLAN. I j A san ACD seas UXXD los SUCH AffInm
; .; ." 1 1. 1-4-. 2. Dt t \ nO ... '...I I1 I wcEtM: I lines. Spades. Shorela. Ploira, Straw Cutters
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JAMES CLAEKE'3 C LEBSATID: FEMALE :' LU. -, ,'.,v other ti- 1 h .,- All the numbers put "i the wheel anal every Prizj I Corn Shelters, Shelf Hardware
IN CUILDRKN Crockery, sod a
: Frrfarrdfrom a prriteripiion of Sir J < !
; D., Pliyiictun EftraurJina'y t<, '/< (('ct''(. -- ------ J'tiin nude i. the olSfahioed ,,od of I gar. Molasses Lard. Corn. Salt, an-1
.JIt-'KEn ;.j' : : ". two 'Ioa. \tJ ;.- :; I
Tbls inralnable medicine Is unfalluig in ll>c '' of sit I, M. .. i Dratrtnj, eiefy PrtK it draien out. i I RETAIL PRICE 25 CTS. Liquors.alr-ay on hand and rf-
'Fhf ".r i e'e ie-"M lire .'il to eoe frwiJ -
thooe painful act dangerous discs' to "lii"h tbv f-iuK- : .-.'' | -e--!-t. ; .1' .Inrso-.. .-H take them .LNI' 'OD 9 X LE BY THE Maryland State Lottery. ,I rurAaio sac BOLD BT ra lolt proprietor. \ pit n'urLfd by ca'harrv,1flTw

con.titutWn U nibject It moderates all exc.M .nJ removes .1.1.t tl.J" "CIco AGENT I B. A. FAHNESTOCS A Co., 1*lttrt>ur h. Pa.. New Orleans to tniet
i way. c"n..rll.lht'lll.? THE IPO-flA. I EXTA CLASS 7, "
*S D IPhlU I l the wants
aU obstructions, and a fpn-dy ewe mar te rt-licd on. < .nhla. Pa of thctr
To .V.JtSIKt* LADIES n\ IDLASCILKotice r J DREW I To be drawn in Ba'timo-e! >f 1., 'catarlay Juo Kth, 1V.9 I J B. A. FAUNESTOCK, UTtL A Co.,New-York City CUSTOMERS
.f..l : 1" !ti
It ia p"t'uliarI1Iuit'd.: 1111111 in a short time, bring on the __ I I 2-J6CO Piiz- 4".001)) Tict' h' nI : WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,51 CLIFF ST.)! I AM rOZ lULl AT fAIl FmtCIi.

monthly period with regularity. i JAJS' eVILLE. n.A., I ISI'Usr.D: ''lh3lE. : Buy of respectable dealers only f !I ; NewportAisril 24, 1858. H .

of Each Great bottle Britain price to One Dollar counterfeit bean the Cot trnment Stamp I "VTOTICE is btreby given.tiist Land Warrant No. 110 DEDtCTIOS Prize or. .OllP.a&Z.. .. .. PIZIa ru'.a.aLE tll TtLt.I ,bamla the Initial ef the name to be tore yen get the' <>SELECT SCHOOL. a

prevent CAUTION. _4.i 61.477 f-r 160 "ncres. issued under tl.e net of THE HISTOI. & ANTIQUITIES \OW 4: A ppruxmal'D U; to......'t.111 i O"ZVG.naSa.B. A.AMES. Fiamrroci'i Tujii/toatt J j l -
I 5' :::::::: :: 14,;
March 3rd. Eliza (
1865. U A. Bruce f>>rmrr wniow of I UNDERSIGNED begs leave to inform
These Tills should not be taken fcmalei tU
by the fret } THE
during Henry Fitt, was destroyed by lire I6th 1'68. i OF I :: .,'''1 8" ... 000 & LIVELY I of Tallahassee and
tree months rrfgninry, as lky are sure to bring on Miscarriage May :::::::::: ,) vicinity, that h. pro-
but at any oilier time they are safe. Applicati. will be made to the CC\D1ml"elimer of I ST.: ..11GC'STIXJ1"L. Fut 1I&d 4. J). !5e3 1 :: 2.1100 S" .. 10 Solo Agents for TaUa !!ee. posts to open A Select School forth
In all l'a, of N rvoui and Spinal Affections. Pain in tie Pensions for the renewed of the Fame, a caveat I 1 :::::::: :: 1.00 April 10. 1858. 15-ly instruction of youth. Having had on.itkraLre cape

ing filed agreeably to rules presorilx-d. be-I 4 C-- I ::: g: 6 UI .. 100 rience in teaching m thii.city, I hope
Bark and Limbs Fatigue on alight exertion. PuljuUfoii of the romantic I :::::::::: by ootiriogxeal
ELIZA) A BRUCE. TillS work comprises some of I I t 1.260 9. N Lost or Mislaid and unr emitted energy to merit. abate of ;
the Heart, Ilyaterlea. and Whites, these Pills will affett a : 60 publcpatrYsae.
I Br C. II. BLOOD Att'y.Intie interesting portions of the rarljf Jfiitory 1 ::: :::::: 1."J l The greatest care will be taken
: rare when all other means bare failed,and although ." Richard Sounders made xrita
a IM> the I 1 ... AXOTEfivento by
: 12. 1858. 24-6w Florida ; the French Hugueuot settleroents on 1.000 r 8" 60 those committed to
: e:r.! remedy do not contain iron calomel antimony or any I I II Riter St. Johns ; the Massacre of tbe Ho uenoU by i 10 : .... 4 40 io ::: ,11 time in March. 7. m *eut and morals.As .my charge .both in regif J to

"Ton:f hur.fjl,region:to the afcompany eonititnUon.each packrg. Sole Agent fore I No. 6O4.XOTICf I the Spaniards under Menendez ; the Sieges of:. Augustine I'' 100 10 U ::. ::'::: 800 500400 40 : :.:: I $271.06. interest cents from made date.payable All on persons day after/orwarned witS 8 percent progress complete sod thorough 'tn -3ucaion; : *;: tWo

.- I by tbe English under Moore and Ogtet1orpe.cb 2O.00 PrIzes or,s determIned by the tipUal PrUt'. being I for the glf en aa caa !c obtained at any other Instit6ticain
rutted Males and Canada JOB MO!>}S, by fJEORGE R. FAIRBANKS. Vic Presiu'eotFloida .odd against trading fame as plynnt will be
even. the State, and as mo st th*
(Late I. C. &Uwla J. Co.) norhetler. N. T.I.oc fOR RCStbRIA'G CIA TALV LAXDS ToMARKET I Historical Society. I Whole Tickets tto, halves 15 Quarttl'1 U.O stopped. RICHAKD SAUNDERS. able and patronaga will wtrranl

I>. &.- and i paalage stamps enclosed to any authorwSU IN THE The work forms a handsome Octavo Volume t j A \IaDagen'Crnillcatu If 'bgt'l 18 Wholell where May 50. 1858. 22-Sw connection cirmpefent with the Soe assistants will be procured. la
I persons wish to pay the only, will be sent for ..... a classBOOXKU2INQ Ipr
i&I SatUe 50 .98
Agenu .ewe a ooru iini. Tills by return of 200 illustrated with several
pages Engravings, i do. do, IGlialves ..
STATE OF FLORIDA. I do. .... .. 48 Notice.Q .
r.M including p'ewly discovered Portrait of Menendez.' d I6Qe'ar-ters. de.------------ 4 -

J S. M ;'laYId,"" 80S- .\p-nt flUIt'UANT a provision in the Gereral ApjH'piiation by mail postpaid 'UO per copy. Persons sending k the undersigned administrator of tbe Estate : a coftimerqal l Rfe; wflcbe folly qualified: U

' i*Qey. _I Act of 18th August. 1856, placing by mail can sad a ?3 bill most conveniently, the The Manage" heave been compelled fron1 the numerous of Henry B. Bradford, dect'tlJedwill brs enter upon the duties of the Counting Room.

TArarj Go ISM. C-ly j und le Ici. .r' utri! lOr tl,* Ot-neral Land: Office, FLQKIrUnkii price of two copies postpaid. complaints made to them, of unf"ilhfulMd account and apply to the Judge oCErobate present final CIassi and IligSef Branches of Eaghib
__ of Leon per
___ the f.f these who h.au
Reserves bUD
I I Mil'Uiv Nonci Oil put Ie' fbelhirusj Term of
u hereby attending FIT. Month
May :9. 1858. 22 for KdK ........
bis ..
I county a discharge from .8 s 00
.i1lCit1ur of the gad Ladies of our (' Ttsly.t tit I that nd after the fifth of ___ or rders. to rtsamo the Susi.nere tratioo of said
t9 CITT. In n Monday day corrNpoodtcc E-Ute. EDWARD BRADTORD. Adm 'r. .Primary Departmett...;.......... ... .. 1:5 bo
tAeJtZonceof ( Jfly next. '! t':., -:"nt publ land, embraced IDt Notice. and ill their own name. June 5, 1868. The eiereiases ot the 8caom. will

PIL M'LlXE-8 CELESKATED VEEMIFCGE f ,ho''t\.lov.t'jrt''tjil.ipi sad rvutsof to"nr.hi. bere- : ) Order Tiekfill from the M.U5reTf 4)1117.Addrt5.i m MONDAY.January 4trV 1858. "- commnJee 03

rSEI-AHKO: 3V FLEMING BKO :<..-.r.. re e- 't' :.! 11.. u'i? nf the late Military Poet ALL persons having demands azaintt' the Estate all tellerl to R. FRANCE & C,., Notice. Any inform Libp required can be obtained Iv .

: a'. Pits: x. T\-l';: tt ..II.reol to market smut laid open | John B. Scott deceased lute of Jefferson I Ii.tltimore. }. plication to the sbbacnWat lit reriJcDce the.

I ecrbfrlo the If rw Yosc that reb. F, 151$. ;. ,' 'iv ..tJtI".at! cite Lund Office at St. j jI county lire notified to present them to the under- March 6, lSS8. 100Iy TVTOTICE is hereby given. that six months after Store oj CoL R. H. BZBET. or at
se hereby child of
fff" a
mice I /.1 ";,' ujo 'ice s-te:., :i>taig been her tvf<>'e offered 'i"ed duly euthenUcaUd within the time prewnbedbj O.1 date applicatioo will be made by the ab erib I B.
four)ears old, being irouU d with worms. I was iuduet-d to ]1 III ]1"u1alc.. v.z law .r tiers notice will be plead in bar o4tbeirrecovery Ice Ice Ice -r. to the Hon.Judge of Probate .f Leon county Pec. ., ?,,. 4tD. CL."T S.
M'Lane's I .
purchase a boUle ofbr. Verminife. prepared ly | ,
and al: pVrsotm indebted! to cad Estate fv-r final discharge administrator .
; are .a as and admmiatratrir
Scvh th' bas /., and
Fleming Bros., of rit borgh. Fawhkb I a!mml-terec < of East of the prin.ei.Nil ANY QUANTITY FOR SALE -
notified BY of the Estate
hereby to nal imtneitiate [arniciit to tae of John Taletn. deceased. C
axed tbe result It a., an immense numb ,.t' !\ Meridian.S'tliins I
was y
undersigned. B. W. EDWARDS, 51,1 and HENHY BERny. JOHN R. LLOYD. AduitV. NotkeA :
bad the of j
worms In bunches sad strings; many appearance 10 to 36. inclusive of township 9 ; the Administrator ex ofiicio.MonUcello I PHOEBE H. LLOYD. Admt'x.

being cut to pieces My child Is now enjoy lug most esitti i part i
lent health. I take pleasure la recommending It to t oUi Jl Ln* Riser! seed the fractions township 11, West against tb kat. o(. Joba Braden decsa.ed

young and old, as one of the boot medicines I ever used of tin-Si. Johns River of Jiang 28.SeetK 810 Notice. t Notice. late or JeJfenfJD COtIMI. will present the .alUe Yith

&. AXX .JE 150S, S3 Xlnio strut iia 19 to 36. inclusive, of township 9 ; all of Eeward.TOLEX LL claims demand in th inut bmiUd by th*law,or the itur wM be
I A persons hariog or against C IX mouths
tST" Furcbasers will be cartful to ask lor D2.M'LAM ? after fcte shall forever -
present final btrred
and the fractions ,
township 10. township 11. North I S from the subscriber on Friday -.5athe Estate of Andrew Miller, late of Leon county Ocount and my DC- Co Map- Ext '*
CELKBEATEO VEKMIFL'GE. manufactured by FuMmaI and East of Dunns Creek and Lake of Raft vouchers to the lion. Jud of Probate pril lJ..18U.
27. midst 21st insL a small bay HORSE. deceased notified !-"
are hereby present them to .fJeffer .
>co of Pil)&. Pa. All other Vermifuges ia eompartou t Given under my.Laud at the General Land Office blazed face with four white flet. the left_ the undersigned Executor oftthe last Will ard testament of the Estate unty. L" administrator exx>fficio _

are worthlMS. Dr. M'Lau'. genuine Vermitnge,also at the City of Washington, this 4th day shoulder galled.! I will gu the above reward for of said Andrew lisPer wuhio the time eeascJ of Eliaha Wade,late of said el\antl. d!.

his celebrated Llrer Fills,can now be bad at aU rNpectabl'l of May, 1838.FUGS.. his delivery at Mr. Saunders stable. by law .ia notice will be plead in prescribed bar and WM.ask for a discharge from sail udmiLutrtioa. -. a GoltiPqnlA'FRESH
.1"* stern. i'oae g"u.1rlt ,,.i A. HCNDRICKS. Com. ELIJAH BRECKINRIDOE. late sLenttand
tll] FLXMI3G B( 29 lf*& ::- Tallahassee thereof. GEORGE WILSON, En'r. administrator ex rfficw. : PP'l just r JSft"* fno.' vi
l May w May 9, 1858. ::-! June 5, 185$. 23-8w i Jane 5, 18n. 23- m N'i2lf6$ COnWAl.

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the Traveling Public. : NEW CARRIAGE SHOP. I WILLIAM\ I P. SLUSSER, .LLLa09 t 5 I.1.voly.

I* published every SATURDAY, by LIVERY ANn mTALLAHASSEE TAMIE $ I rpHE undersigned: btgs leave to inform the citi TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.MANL'FACTrIEIOFOTpEn'lIy TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA,
TAMES s. JONES & CHAS. E. DYKE 3 .w. S1ageI FLORIDA. Tallahassee and vincinity that he has I Wholesale and Retail
opened a carriage shop in this place joining I AND SsHCKT : I Da&hu in
ninE would in- ,
At Two DOLLAR per annum, in advance.tERMH ., -' JL form Proprietor his friends and the jLtSTTS S Brokaw's Livery Stables, I luo* WAKE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL: DRUG3 .AND L1iDICUES. f

ADVERTISING. I TR3I public, that be has rebuilt liis CJ F\ I in the building formerly occupied by J. L Grorer, i DEALER ix PLI, I'ASCT. AND JAPANNED P.- Dyclluffs, Surgical

large Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is now ,: where he prepared to do all kind of work in his i WARE. Sk8Smff| WinJowl Ohs Psit5
One square of 12 lines or less, first iniertioa, (1 00 \ LINE o'f STAGES will prepared to accommodate his friends and customers : line at the shortest notice and on the most I. Store o Ia-' :ml m.Pultl Mancfactnrrd Tobse '

.4 M each subsequent f 0 I .t. in connection with the S., A. Professional and Business Cards inserted at {10 per ing Station No. 7, Monday, Wednesdays, and len-I Shop vk b.re he will have Lave done all kind?of REASONABLE TERMS, \ SPLENDID assortment of Co >kmg. Parlor F ne Sonps. Fine To.th, Pure Wines

annum.AdvertseraoU. days on arrival of the Cars from Savannah ; C Plantation work, Horse shoeing! ,aud Carriagework in such as carriage painting and trimming; makiug new .}and Wood Stoves, trimmed with -utuo,.P1 l anlllu I BiUehc, fur eJ anJ'E&h

not markd with the number of ing at Wareeborfr with the Stage from ; the very best manner and with promptness ecdd's- i buggies and wagons, and all kinds of repairing. Having i durability at reduced Ilice. P Brushes Fancy Articles I.'

Insertions will be coo tinned until forbid, and charged I pawing through Magnolia Milltown and Tronpville, I patch. I procured a first rate r Out Door IVoiU* Garden Seed,, Pine Havasa St' .

accordingly. and arrives in Tbomasrille on Tuesday Thursday I Nofcmbei'5. 1858. M4 : Carriage Painter and Trimmer, I! Roofing,Ornamental Front Head Gut!"ring. 1 Ley have recently received a ,M.gt. alr .
&G rtifieat s of publication of If&al or estate and Co. 5"1PsofeveryTariet of i "
t Saturday Leaves Moody artielts?
evenings. Thoruasville and Tin Sheet Lrad .
Conducting usu
notices will not w given until the advertising fee ispaid. *, Wednesdays and Fridays, the Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, from New York, the undersigned i i" prepared to do per Pipes I d-uggists.t 1'Inter Physicians uir lEft L
passing through Zinc, Lead Cistern work : will
Pumps. Shop ant
this kind of work as well and in the latest style, it PipesrPatent tLI always Cn,
above named places on return route, and connectingwith For Sale ,by P. B. Drokaw. as I' of every variety done at short notice. ; the Brunswick <& Florida Railroad, and Savannah Subscriber has received i can be done at the North. d d..andolth most g bl
'THE just a All those who have this kind of woik to do, and City and Country ITlcrchauts r Orders from the
ck Gulf Railroad
Albany at Wares- I
by stage, I proHiftl.-.fiii,,i
large of Carriages, I ouutl sod .
BLACKSMITHING supply sa ii '
hot with it done in a manner that will not fail to jive tion guaranteed, : fi
0, on Tuesdays Thnrdays and Saturdays arrives Are invited to call befoie tetL :
; Buggies, and Harness, which he offers respectfully give me a purchasing p-uce5 ud
satisfaction wcvld do well qui
to G
--0- I I in Savannah and Brunswick same evening. for sale on the most reasonable terms. onWM. I' elsewhere. tJ. hlllen 1.pre rlpton Lre'iTy (

NOTICE is hereby given that t Through fare, from Tbomasville to Savannah. .f 14 November 181854. 40 KUHITd. JSf" Y. B. All articles manufactued from the very Also rPPI2. compunJ Fuid Edr: nJouDf..i.'.
May 2, 67 18 Jan C, r
Bt'si-, I lULL A CO, Proprietors.O. best material and warranted durable. No other art ti i --- -- ___ _
[KCSS will! be continued as heretofore W. MIMILL Agent. MILES NASH & CO. Piano Fortes. I lewill be offered for sale. Cod -h -

at the OLD STAND of D. C. WILSOIC, in the I Tronpville MayS, 1858. 19-3m Dealers in Medicines &c. : October 20, 1855. Liver Oil.
name, style and firm of Drugs, I WE are prepared to furnish PianoFortes ._ 4 f7 RESH i PURE of the
received from flew York per bark R.H.Gam- I j tITl of the very best quality, Wines I1 gimanClarkACo. celbrted".. Bran.I.r)
j JUST Syrups &c. J RwMon'
H B Fitts & Co. CITY a general assortment of articles in our line, upon the most liberal terms. For eale by

Oralful for the patronage heretofore extended them, I a'I'; HOTEL'a--I' such as Oils of almost every kind Burning Fluid, i They are second to none in any country either as OLD OtArd Brandy, Sparkling Cider, April5,1t55. AMES&LIVELY

they art DOW better prepared, and determined t.o JOHN L White Lead, Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of I[ to quality or prbe. Port, Old Por Juice, 1Notice. --,
I best quality, Putty; Brushes, Potash, Soda, Sparkling | Every Inslrunerrtwill be warranted. bdir&, Ceni .,
SPARE AO PAINSn TOULD respectfully inform the public that be Gelatins,London Mustard, French Brandy (very best,) MILES NASH
their part to necommodvts all who may favor t has leased the CITY HOTEL (known as the I for medicinal purposes, Spices Pepper, Lemon Syrup, I i February 23,1 Si6. 8 i Sparkling Oebtinc, lre8ened Quin3, SIX Months firm the first publicaion! iu. ?
them with their patronage, | Brown Hotel,) and will take charge on the first of Inks,Quinine, Persian Bark Fluid Extract Buchu, I Flavoring Extracts, Pears, I e. the undersigned a druiniitrator ..t tU" V.

sucn I| May next. His untiring exertions will be used to give Ao Ac, and a general assortment of Popular Patent 78,000 Havana I j Yeast Powder,. Tamarind,, tate of Robert Strl.t. deceased, hats v( Lecu ecu,,
AS full satisfaction to all who will patronize him. Medicines. We keep none but the very best and : Segars, Spauial1 Olives, Spices, ty. will present limit account audvoutUi.Mla

Hortc Shoeing, Ironing and I. April 24, 1858. 17Nathans' hop to merit your the following favorite brands, now in Store I I Corn Starch, Pickle!. administrator, not ask for a ditbar1e. I

pairing Carriages and Bug Re.O I, ---- ------ patronage.MILES NASH, A CO. I OF and for sale by AMES A LIVELY. I! Wcrreftcrbirt Sauce, Salad Oil, ; Jan. DIEf H, :TtRUE. AJwh

O gies, Plantation work I : T March 29, 1856 18 i 4000 Young America, English Mustard Cai'ers 9. lit.Insolvent 2-rm
of ;
I jffljg House I 300 Ho apier, I Claret, Cocoa.
every description, ; W.KutLAn.fjltwOIfKSNe 6000 El Mcndae Neva Londre, AMES &.LYELY.I Estate Notice

Jlill Irons and repairing same, Ironing Wagons QUINCY, tiKm FLORIDA. I 8000 Empress Eugenia, January 5, 1S56.Livery 45tLL JI'rfn! I having claim n, aainst jl .
i Xcrt F1a. 6000 La laletas --------- -- ---- -- .j fttt
and Carts, _. -- ---- ---- ----- ct'uutv
aDd iu fact other discription of work made of 4000 Old Figaro, and Sale Stable. ceased I. are lr lv to c.
every lIE undersigned has again opened a HOUSE of This Establhbmrnt is Now Under full Blast.! l"tlflf aPNar and file
T I 2000 Mon Mura', same with the .lt t.
Iron and Steel, all of which we WARRANT, and pledge ; Jg." hl'bal Leon
oorislves to execute at the l1.ortelt notice. I Entertainment in Ute building formerly known 10000 La Favourita. ? gives no- or b.'tre the cfJuv: c County I.
1"I lndeniget 1 5
lftl'.fly .
M the Carolina Jloust." and would be pleased to the death of Mr.Pond ;GEe. 9. Ki I 1ms r'r 'Tnu'bt hr
U. B. FITTS & CO. SINCE >G 5000 Andesdes Rivas, pur- I rats. the f<.ut"r ." 1 'e.1!
see bis friends at hour. I. NATHANS. I I chased "tat.La\.nf a writ. .
Feb. 87,1868. 9- any : charge; all communications, therefore 10000 La Fontica, _ the Livery Stable of euggaati..n outs insolvency.C ,
----- -, ly-- ------ I April 3, 1S58. 1-1' relative to work, Ac., should be addressed to him. I|,I 7000 El De Orion, William H. Newsom,in Tallahassee,together witt thoI D. W. GWVXV
All woik under! the head of this business will of the establishment and that ho now
--- -- coming 12000 Regalia Londres, j I good Judge of
: ---NEVV will be promptly, mechanically and neatly executed! 2000 Eleccion. prepared to carry on the basiness in all its biar.ene, JII 2. IS2i !-Sni l'rctate

at RS moderate a charge as price of labor, Ac, will Oct. 17 1S57. 42 I and promises (Ihe public will good accommodationsin ,

I Spring Summer Goods I II justify. I --- ___ ",___ his line on reasonable term Notice.---- .- -

4 Tins EslablUhaient is not kept up for the purpose I 1" DENTISTRY.DII. !' LICIIARD( 8Al DrPS. % } ,
of making money, (strange to say) as dear bojht '. Sep. 6. 1856 36 SI :"' t. a .r.t..fr"* Pthhctiun ,,-
I. WE IUVF SLrEIVEn OIK PTO Ii OF I t\1.cri..nee; has "enioretrited to me, it cannot be donein 'r. J. CUB LEE, ; ""-- : t tl;UI'r lltJ \:i ,.rtnt his c.i 0 w
SPRING AND St'MNER GOODS this region at this branch of business-but for the j 1 17ILL continue in future, the prae- .. : FULTON FOUNDRY ces-btJ 'lu1t'r! a* a.niuo.t.ttr! "r :1,. rra..'
Per &.wrson, from New York : In-ncfit cf the! unfo.lunate, who happen to l.a\e Engiu i, > > tce! of DENTISTRY. in South Cf Llu J. Jrrtin.. ,|,-eea *,|. ht.4 I.. ,',: ..,, ..

I -0- <, and such like, repair. !I Georgia, and Slid He and! East Florida. Ta11nhassoc, F1a. and ask r"r:1 iWLaTi W. i JJ!ILLS. .\.-,

LADIES DRESS GOODS, 77 t Patlrnit. Static, Xfarlinertt. Tools, t f., byinj 1!, lie baa had several years practical experience in the I UNDERSIGNED be- leave to inform the __JR:3. IJ.-.H. 4-C.i-;

I Ijargt. its Ofiler, and fjiod C'vnJttibH ;i profession, the last three of which has been in those 'i rpHE that they have aciatrd themseN, inI ;
m IIATS $ CAPS, Jiil ran It Titriifd Out with. i sections country. His work is ofthe incst beautij I j business, under the name and style of Notice.s'x .

8 BOOTS AND SHOES l"j ,V,illness and iJifpati. i ful and durable character and satisfaction is guaranteed mnU.slier JP.! I 4.ahl ,wetet i.v .
i Card Baya & ( :.
j in every instance. ] 0,, cllt and T.-wlcrs t" the Hvn J ., .
lIATID-ARE AXD CROCKERY Pulliec Plumber Boxes : iI l I' r
Shafting 11
hangings All communications ent to Monticello. Fla., wilt .: for the purpose of following the trade ,Fonndm. anMachinists I f.r JtfRrijtm. County. as is'ImiisttatL'c ,;! it. t "
Ames & Livelv, SUMMER CLOTHING: Shaftings. Spur Gearing, Water nnJ Si earn Pipe, receive attention as coon as previous engagements ,! and are prepared to execute all Lint!. olj I ( Benjanvn WuiI.! !l lte.r'tut | :.
cks Cocks toll.I.
Stop C Gaue! Grate Bars, Plow Castings, i ;
HAVE just received the followingurge and well Plantation Goods, Mailing, Gtnceries, tic, which we Srgar Rollers, Circular and. Upright Saw Mill and !I 1vill permit. ,. .. ,-, j'I work appertaining to this business. Steam Enc.'nos end ask for 1 diac-Larire from ash!8<}miiii' .traiJANEWIXDHAil <,,,
of BRUSHES will sell the treat reasonable j I i fi'rnished to order aid warranted to give catitfaition.Sugar :
assoitment which are on term Giiat Mill Gearing, Circular and Saws, Ac_ i Aims:
offered for sale on as rea'onablo terms as can be afloidad Upright !j KEKKREXCES : Mills and) Castings cf all kinds trade withneatness F.b.c. ?r 5S. -em
: (&: Cite us a CALL. -lO Ac. Aen Generally kept orflland), or gut up en Short I and
fn I dispatch. I'Iausarid estimates furunl-ed I I
sey Southern Maiket viz: : IIODGKISS, SCOTT fc POOLE. Notice. In Filet, Here it the Place for all that Wunt Gov. M. S. PJltRForiJa.!
Paint Brushes, ground from 0 to 000000, April IB, 1858. 10-tf Work in tbu Line Done sip Right and with Dispeli. JJox. J. L. SEWARD ) of all kinds of Machinery and Engineering. They Notice.SIX .
do do do Copperbnund from No. 1 to C 'fThomasville.Ga. are also sole agents for Hoard i Sons Engine J ,
-- ------- Having some halt a dozen Erghict: myself con.taut. I lioN P. E. LoVE, tel u-niusaner dale, i shall wtSect my 5; .
White Wash Brushes, of all grades and sizes ly runnitig, caused the Establishment! to IKS erected- Hoy. W. S. DILWOETH, )Ihay. for Ginning Cotton. Grinding: and Sawiog, and 'H.1'ri.on's I <( antl ndtU to tie lluf ,-....... '.t a .
Window do Home do NEW COODS.j [ onticilIo, FIa- Grist Mills! for steam or hor e power. Probate >f g
the <
same cause must keep it up. Therefore, you can W. E. HAMILTON, Jt.rl'l counts. D JsL'itI-trstvi :
Shoe do in pairs aud witL top knoU always rely on having work done nt the I Ho: J. C. McnEE> JOSEPH CA rDY.WII.IA the estate of .\'fre Rai.-;I.r. he of rail ,'.
S.a Root Bath Brushes, Cot B. C. } Madison FlaGEX. 1 I deceased, and : :fr a divhar.Ii.ni ..r'i .I .
do do Velvet do I M. WHIT SMITH. Alligator, FIn. JOJ C.tDY.May Utrafion. ALFUD: RAAH. A..Iuk,
Horse Hair Flesh do curved and plain, MERCHANT TAILOR II I April 25, '57. --30- 57. :-ly March, C. 155?, -6m .
Tooth, Hair and Nail Brc hes, in great variety, But Here Come* thf Next Important Thing. 1- --- ,, JE TN A -
Infant's do di Dealer in Ready Made !
Clothing andGentlemen's I FronTNew Notice.
PAY PAY PAY jfgfc York
Morse do Flet-L laves, I .
Furnishing Go3ds.I m demands ahift tl.i ,
Who bound Stencil Brushes Yon will send to Now York, Philadelphia and Baltimore PER BRIG o REMINGTON. t ALL Samuel pU.OD'I IIvt. lateotJet1reue.: : .:.-:
I CF HARTFORD.Incorporated ( \
do do ; do 1
rnarking and have work dope without for a moment tf'pe'I'
Jece.sed. bk .
Ijon bound Roof d It am now receiving my Full and Winter .stiiipis drpanling of fre
Handle Scr.ib .-Ling facilities or surplus capital. jou Coffet. in Ml.-Charter Perpetual.. I the prescil.eil by law autbentit. .
oj Yestings Java timt IT nil:
and do t\-r.\ oj PowJc.c" I nKt
Lackering want I. 2, 3. 4 nn-1! 5 years credit and then require I Li tjAT s ILtir .
Gnllders tips mid Graining Combs, to ride from 'tt to 500 miles for and Syrup, Starch, -0 j-IeaJ recovery lDJ prisons tum:
Color one I'
Camel's Hair and Badgcis Blendes, Every Stlc) and Quality, ultimately! expend from 10 to pay 25 ptrcentof probably Dried Apples. Soap, I CASH; CArSTA J-SIOUOOGo. to said E-tafe are Lrnl. notified lu ruakc
d) do Pencil, which I prepared to make vp in the most I amount in collecting I. th's right? Is this cncour- I White Rice Beans, Hinder Pepper,, IKSCEE AGAINST LO.NI' O\lt BY r I'a!cu.MA![ RG A RET AMEA Ant x

Shaving Brualius-Badger, Buffalo aud Brii Je. rasJ1 aging Home Irtdastrj ? If so, caa yon be eur .ri."d os TEEMS ADA1TEDTO THE lAZAli! I 'rrilI7. lS.. .
oab1lJlc on short no'icc Ptiltoi 1'arVet Beef ]
Hat do i that it does not thrive t : Afapice, CONSISTENT WITH TIIL LAW 16 W
---- -- -
Together with a large lot of Paints and Painters Ma AND REASONABLE TERMS I .Arrangernc-nt must be made for pnyrrent before i j Salerat, Sweet Oil, .Xl OF COMPENSATION.I 1
!. Notice.SIX
terials. -ALSO- J..literv of work, tLrough some House! in this plaec, I Sperm Ad-inanline ClnJle Ii. C. LIWIS": Aarnf, .
Pet Ash Carnllcs:
Nov. 14, lS 7. 47 St. )Marks, or : \ -that ill far enough from .I I mouths after date, I shall j" b uiv f>lt;
Kaecaroni Green Pea For and vicinity.:
A LARGE AND WJLL SKLKCTKI: STOCK OF home. TIah\e 1'ount and roucLvr to the lies Judge d :'*

United States- READY-MADE CLOTHING You may be good, tnt we cannot run nfur our Mace, Asparagus, August-15, lb&7._ __ 03QUININE_ _____ I I bate .f JtiKTS ncrnnty. asaduiinistratur OtI'I .jn"
Line Lard earnings in this Department. Besides, bcn Pullcs assorted., Tomatoes I c<- .>f tI.t Estate of Jc4.n L. Ix-fton, lute ., .r
-FB.OM- Con"i'tin
KEW ORLEANS TO KEY WE6T such as Cloaks Talmas. Coats, Vcpt, Pants, Ac, \ will be disposed of at low price ALSOA JUST f .
for it. I.I' IlrailCl.tost-'tlicr \ltriarcat "iie jof A.lmtV .!.Ix.- .
ANDINTERMEDIATE Also, a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts Collars. DANIEL LADD. gi>-ral assortment of Teas. pnr Chemicals AMES .t LIVELY. April 10. 1SS?. 16m

1'IWRIDA PORTS, Un-lersLirts.Cravats, Stocks, I lotiry. Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their NewPor .IUy 11, 18:'. 23 _____ _h____ ___ --,-
COXMCTED WITH THE I An extensive assortment of assorted C -XDY. i Notice.
-- ------
own interests by giving me a call as all the ulwve articles For sale R. II. BERRY The Extra ,
STEAMER ISABEL by Original QualityCORN
I have been selected with) great care sad with a : I j SIX months after date, I shall D.. 1 .
'O" I4VAJU AND CIIAKLLSTON AT LET W.5'. : special view to -iralaptalion to this niarkct. I GUNSMITH SHOP.HE _SepL26,_1857._ ____39_ __ __ I IExecutors' STARCH. I I :tc'lnt and v( nc-Lor* to the Hiirromnt,, Jinlfl't

... October 18, 186.; ly-42 Late county as administrator a :. '...
--'- -- : --- -- -- ----' --- --- HE und.'reigned Ixgs leive to inform the citizen Notice. I 1 PREPARED expressly for Pudding*. Ice Cream, Will annexed of the Estate Jtffernon U F'of :' .

THE SOUTIIEKN of this place an i surrounding country, that lIe I j i persons, creditors, and legatees, entitled to t Cakes, Bdnce Mang Custards, Pip". i'.rries, said I county deceased, and ask for a ilu-cLii t but
AIL Ac. Received fresh AMES J LIVELY.Oct.
A. B. CLARKE has opened a number one i or otherwise interested in the Estate I said alminiltntioo.i .

Steamship Company GUNSMITH SHOP, ,!! of John G. Anderson, deceased, late of Leon county/ --. I, 1851. 42 --- i JAMES. S. WALKEr

or XEW try vrag ORLEANS IS now receivifig bis Fall and Winter Stock of and that lIe is now prepared to do all kind of "work j 1oriJ are hereby notified to exhibit their claims ports I Admfr. with the Will annexe Il

taken mail Goods, suitable forMSiNIS1 \ belonging to his line of business in the best and most within two years from the date hereof FlorIaR March ,13, 1S53. ll6mNotice.,
TTTAVING the contract for above
--- --
ports --
the will be barred and l -- -
workmanlike manner.U work done at his shop to the undersigned, or same ; /
will first class Sea Steamers
run regularlytwice
indebted the said deceased \J HOEBY.
warranted. all to are i equated i McDOUGALL d .

11th and a month 29th,,and meeting leaving in the the Spanish same evenio Hole. on the consisting in part of French and English Cloths,Cassimeres i- C3T Call d&yire him a trial .6i1 ; persons to make immediate payment. I /p!!, 1857._ ___ 36Blacksmith___ i months after date, I al11 preheat ID} n.st
: and Ve lings of all colors, and of the betttqual AUGUSTUS BROWN. I JOSEPH L. SMALLWOOD, > I SIX ami voucher to lion itt Probate

TUB STEAMER SrJIA Y" ity, which be is prepared to manufacture to order on Shop next door to J. & G. Zuker's, Harness ROBERT IL GAMBLE, [. Executor*. I c; andHorse Jefferson county, a* administratrix Judge cf tit .*

will leave New Port in the morning, and St. Marks the roost reasonable terms and a the most SHOP. THOMAS PERKINS, ) i S/toeing EstalllsJiMtnt. I tate of Francis B.Stewart, late of said county. <).
l j
terminus on the arrival of the Cars from Tallahassee FASHIONABLE MANNER, Tallahassee, Dec. 19, 1857. 51-6m April 1-31 ''PUE SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform the ceased, and ask for a discharge from said aJminntratioa .

taking mail, passengers, baggage and freight to and : I JL citizens Tallahassss nd vkially tHt HENRY I ELSIE; STEWARTlmb S
from the Steamer,aud returning in season for the afternoon Together with a general assortment of GARDEiTSEEDSl"GROWTH I March 20, 1858. -
HICKS will the
I 1otice. on
carry __ ____ __
train. -
READY-MADE CLOTHING, 4 LL creditors, persons entitled to
The travelling public can now rest assured that this that will compare favorably with stock of Cloth OF 1857.. I'I J\. distribution, pf and in the Estate of Robert W. I BLA CKSMITII BUSINESSin I Notice.SlY .
any "
long desired and frequently attempted communication ing ever exhibited for sale in this city, consisting of \,'\7E weuld call the attention of our frienda art White, late of Leon county, deceased, are hereby notified all its various branches, and is prepare to execute months after date I shall {present my t..1)
to and from the above ports is in.sueh hands a Fine Black and Colored Cloth and Frock Coals, T T the public generally,to our present Large and 'I Co their claims and demands to the mvf I nil orders with neatness and dispatch His work i and vouchers as administrator of the t

to warrant permanency aud success. Fancy Cassimcre and Beaver Frock and Business I well selected Assortment of f dersigned administrator, or to Messrs. Gwynn t Ilili will be warranted to be equal to any other : tate of DnusoD Bo twright, deceased, to the J d

Passengers having slave servants must see to Coals, FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. :i ton without delay and the same will be barred if Blacksmith here or els.vhere, and will guarantee Judge of Probite of Leon county, and ask fur ,

fcarmg them at the Custom House, be foi e going on Black and colored Cloth, Beaver and Pilot Over. Our Seeds are procured from a Cold Climate, and not presented within two years from this date. : satisfaction in every JOB. I! charge. B. J, It.BOOTWRIGHT, AJf 0

koard Sack Surtouts, I consequently will flourish the better in a warmer one, I I P. W. WHITE Admfr.I I HORSE SHOEING, Repairng; and Ironing March 20,1838. 126niNotice

fST Also look arttr your Baggage yourself.For Raglan's Black and Fancy Dockin and Cassiracre such as ctrs. t2f" Call early or send your orders, I Way! 15;1858. 20w I II 0 all Vehicles, plantation work, and all other j I ____ __ __ .

further particulars. Apply to Pants, that vou may secure the varieties you desire. branches appertaining to his business j I to Debtors.

DANIEL LADD, Agent. Best Grenadine, Barathea, Satin and Cloth Vests, AMES & LIVELY. j' Just Received will receive careful and prompt alienI I
New Poit. Fla., Julyll.1S5L 2S Fancy Velvet, Cascimere Silk and Cashmere do., January 9,1858. 2 tion. P. H. BERRY, j \ LL periwns indebted to the late firm ((OWU
,, Francis Secor" New York. 7t are requested to come f rlrd Al)
---- ----- - --- White Silk do. Per I from 1b.13,1853. Agent. MYFR
ARCHEY .1 t settle. GOCMA.X i<> it
Gents'Shawl', Dressing Robes, Fine Shirts, Silk, n f? BOXES English Dairy Cheese, I tie all oeeounts. i autorlz.t. .
THE Cotton and Merino Under shirts, CELEBRATED STAL It/: Smoked Herrings, Congress Water. [
THIS Tallahasse, Feb. 20, 1853. 8-tf
Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. will stand I:
at my I 10 Kegs Gosben Batter, ,
sale --- - -- -
FLORIDA RAIL ROAD. -ALSO- ,Stables, two miles West of the, _ 5 Bbls. Dried Apples, .A.4 FRESH supplyjullt received and& LIVELY for by I Notice.

city of Tallahassee, the ensuing season, to terminate 1 Bbl. Beans.For .. AME
A general assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and the 20th day of June next. sale by R. H.BERRY. Sept. 19. 1857. __ __ --_ having demand against the Efts'
.m i I ALL persons
Satin Stocks, Ties and Cravats, Collars colored and HENRY is about 16 i bands high; dark 'bay well Al1R' 16 I l Wm. H. Ware, deceased, late cf Jtfffroo

white Kid and Silk Gloves, Buck anu Lisle Thread I formed, and finely muscled, and was raised by Job !' Plows. county are hereby notified to present them to tl :"

LEAVES FERtfANDJtfA DAILY, 'I do, Lndiea Gauntlets superior Linen, Cambric and Freeman, Esq of this eo nty. lie seas sired by the the Ladies I FINE LOT, various tires, e dersigned administrator within the time prescribed b.

SUNDAYS Silk Handkerchiefs, Brown and Fancy Cotton Lisle i celebrated CHARLES AKCHET, formerly owned by the I A for sale by1kNAUGUT law or they will be barred; and all th. IIltt
( EXCLPTEDjON Thread and Marino \ lime, Ac, :. CALL AND I ,subscriber known as one of the purest blooded hor I A JRS.IAVIS returns her thanks to the I ORMOND .2 00..- : are requested to make payment immediately.
arrival of Steamers from Charleston and Savannah I I BUY. I sea in the Southern country ; (of the Archey Stock) jL'JL Ijiditt of Tallahassee and the surroundingcountry I 4 i SMITH SISIKINS, AJuti'May
October IS, 186. 42NEw his dam fine for the liberal heretofore bestowed -- ------- ------ -
connecting at Callahan with Stage for : a mare pedigree not known. His get very patronage --- 8. 1858.19-Sw___,_ _
Trader's Hill and Ccutrcvill-. ; at Baldwin with ------ is of the finest du\racter-t'\n scon at anv tnne in and begs l leave to inform them that she has -A LARGE lot just r -

Stage for Tallahassee ; at Tiail Bridge !with Stagefor BOOKS. ---I the neighborhood and will show for themselves. i iTo now on hand a large and well cclected! assortment of I CIGARS. ceived by Notice.SIX .

Middleburg ; and al Starke with Stages f.r Ncwnansville I encourage the spirit of raising Fine Slock, he i FANCY GOODS, for the spring, which she will sell McDOUGALL AHOBBY.. I I date. I to tf* I lr

Gaibsville, Micanopy Flcinington, and .'JUST RECEIVED I xi ill stand at the low rates of FIVE and TEN DDLj j upon the most reasonable terms. I March 21, 67 12 font aft In l"al.present Ibe CoUntY of M iiI -

Ooala. I @ I.ARS-so ISSUE\\crThe subscriber has been ': April, 10, 1858. ____15CoPatnership___ ____ I --- --- I iwo mv: ( rrcb"1t acccmnt and yoo.h"". s* aomIDIr1ot !
LEAVE Starko c'aily.(Sundays excrpted.) on arrival I xr.\ IJOOKS& NOVELS 5 i driven to this necessity from the fact that too frequently :.' New Maps Florida, the fna t of Riehsr.l Harrison
QI Stages, and connecting at Fernaudina with DORE-A Stroller; Europe; ; mares are not brought forward regularly, Notice. I shall then apply fore discharge fr.r said a Jminutration

Steamers for Savannah and Chatlestoo, on Monday, i EL IUNGO-TIUl'ls in Uex'no ; I or ill treated, thereby preventing success when the j undersigned have this day formed a eo-part- rCBLISJIED BY fnl. HARRISON, Adm- I

Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. DR. KANE'S Arctic Erpcditma ; horse is by no means at fault. The money will be I THE under the name and style of C. DSEW Jacksonville, Florida, i Hay 8, 1S58.! 19-Cm
A. H. COLE Sup't. MEMOIR of S.S. Pretties Speeches .c.; I demanded. in each case, should the mare be tra'l and witb Railroads and Town
complete -- --
Hny_ 18riS. 18S50OOO I THE DAYS of my life-A r.otcl by the sold otherwise disposed of. Twenty-five cents d'l 1X3rer tt Ge rZa:, LARGE For sale by I Notice.
1 avthor of Margaret and Zaidoe ; I each case, with be required by the Groom. For and will continue the business in all its branches at McDOUGAL HOBBY.

; Cash I ISABEL-A novel; ther information apply to the subscriber. I the Old Stand of Towle
ARTISTS WIFE-A novel ; I A. A. FISHER. i a full assorlmenl of all artices appertaining I and vouchers t UonormWe
3,000 Bales Cotton VASCONSELOS new nove Tallahassee March 27, 1S58. 13 I to their branch of business, and constant attention Probate for Jeft-.rsoB county, .admllltltrtJofco "
5,000 Leon County Bonds by Simm.; &e.&c.McDOUGALL to merit the patronage heretofore extended or the Estate of Natbaawl F rrtii, 'IO'

rpUE UNDERSIGNED makes the'ohlowing propositions A HOBBY I Florida Railroad, I to the late firm. I 9 A HALF B ,just landed for a discbare from said ado wtr at ",

J. to his friends and customers viz: I July 457. 27 r- SELI3I W. MYERS. I J jmiucd for sale price |10 half barrfI.McNAUGHT j WM. H. ANDREWS, late Sliwff d S"Admt.
First-He will receive Cash iflfcpa\mert for all ; R. B. GORMAN. ORMOND t CO. e !I.

amounts due him on notes, bonds or open accounts. PUreZinc White, I A T a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Tallahassee,January 1, [16] 1858. 3tfNOTICED DI. 19,185. 51 I,I May 1. 1859. __n 86 __ _
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Secondly-In the absence "f Cash, be will receive I I Florida Railroad Company, held at Fernandina -- --
Cotton in payment for all bonds, notes or open :u:. (GROUND' in prepared LINSEED OIL.) on the 7th day November, A. D.. 1857, the following WhiteleadTnd Attachment.David .

counts at its highest market price. II.., ,'TE have jut rectived a fi csh supply of this new I resolution was adopted : C. ) In Justices court c.
Thirdly-In the absence of CtoA and Cotton ht ; :t and beautiful White direct from the rnanu- WHEBEAS, The work oa the Florida Railroad having TO ALL WHOM. it may CONCERN: 1)URE Exlr No. 1, ground in Pure Liosff J I IJ. r*.Wi' V eounty frA'
I and offer it to the with most I advanced to a condition which brings it into useful Oil reeeiyed, and for sale byAMES DI"tret L
will receive to the amount of 5,000 Leon County r", public perfect "VfOTIOE is hereby given that application wi be just II. W. Thompson. ) 81.100.IItrr'
Bonds at tbeir market value in payment of Bonds, I I 'onfideoce, as possessing all the qualities which ren connexion with the business of the interior, and i JJ\ made to the ensuing General Assembly the k LIVELY. awl all others iourl

toMe and accounts. I der a paint most dtfiralle, viz: Its incomparable the practicability of a successful prosecution of it to State of Florida, to change the name of Eatt flori- I. April 3,1858. 11 THE notified Defendant of the commencement t1 : 'I :

He would inform bit friends and cuitomcrs that I brilliancy of Color,freedom from all polnonont qua! the end being resoriibly demonstrated, the Company J.i Sfminary to Andrew College, and also a change ; returuiWe Jnstice Court. to be 0TaIla l
his payments for the months of February and March i i/i _never injuring the litilth of the workmen or which has thus far conducted the enterprise consider I of its charter to conform in all respects to that of a Liverpool Sack Salt. 'I the to a 2nd Monday the 14th day of;**, *.

are very heavy, and he feels confident. in consideration inmates cf newly painted apartments-its durability that a point Las been reached where they may hope i COLLEGE. Signed behalf of the Board of Trus : hisses 188 OD and plead to the .?,'.
of the great indulgence heretofore extended, in the most exposed situations and its great superiority I te be met bf the confidence and rotion of the I tees. i JOHN C. LEY, President I O K.fA SACK. Cargo Brig J. Carrer daily e D, and under to appear hand and seal this I. day tlI
will ONE and ALL come forward and avail to H7.ifc Lad in all the various uses to which planters merchants of the interior: I +JU\J\J pecl Will be sold low in large lots I Given my
they has been Therefore, XesolreJ, That the be directed May 22.1858. _ on at Spanish bole. I March A. D, 1358.
themselves of the inducements offered in this advertisement the latter heretofore applied. For sale by Secretary ipbr I a WCST. [a. si)
and pay at least an amount sufficient to en AMES & LIVELY. to invite subscriptions to the Stock of the Company I Sale, McNAUGHT, ORMOND &CO, i Justice of the FeseMarch20,1858.12 <
the same terms as heretofore and to take Sherif's Feb. 6, 18 5Bug j
able him to meet his liabilities. Should there bj Api13,1858. 14 upon S
r JULY 1858. _,
any (I bope rone) whose circumstances will not enable such steps as may aTo-d( the most convenient opporI I FIRST IN :_ _

them to comply even in part, I hope they will 1iotice.SIX tunity to the inhabitants of the several I BY virtue of the Lien Law, wherein 'Jesse C. Fluid |
forward at and close their Months the first this Counties to take Stock.A A Co. is a party, and Henry Notice.
come once say en, up accounts from publication notice, t E1eritt F 1 ree-ived and i 5o.1lIC
and make the very best arrangements in their undersigned will exhibit his final account true copy from the minutes. J Colson, James T. S lby. T. Barclay, O sale LIY.jult LIVELY.January month after date I hall present W '
power for payment hereafter, that he may know and vouchers a. administrator cf the Estate of John I GEO. W. CALL, See'y. Robinson,Thomas Holliday and Mahala Wilder we for 8T by 1857. "6. |' SIX and .oo herl tothe Hon.J0 of'.ta,'

what to depend upon. DAVID C. WILSON.Feb. W.Argyle, deceased, late of Leon county, to the I indebted U said fircr 5.>r repairs and labor done uponWatebes for Jefferson cwnty. at administrator 0f.tli.de'r11d

. IS, 1858. 7-tT Honorable Judge of Probate of said comity, and ask I I i In pursuance of the foregoing resolution, notice is I will expose for sale before the C-mrt-. Florida. I of John P Blackledge. hate ofssil countf.
to be discharged. i liereby given that the books of the Company are permanently house door in Tallahassee, en the first bn in July Laws I I and ask for a Wll'Cua.--ge from Mid admiaisttui'TIIOS.O. Mate

PIANOS RECEIVED.E B. C. LEWIS AdmtV. I open at Fernaaditia where subscriptions next, within lgl honrs ute ; ,, 1857. HOBBY. ODEI

May !2. 1 85S. Sl-6m I may abe made either in person or by letter the sold to satisfy upon them according to law.RICH&RD BOUND: 5,1867. !eDUO.L 3 May_IS, 18i8. __,,20-631_ _
,I amount .f the present assessinennt being ?17.oOon I -
SUBSCRIBERS hsv.just received, direct Notice.S sash share of .I. from the most nl J abc houses in the United Health Bitters. j it!
JUtes fir IX months after the first publication of this notice I U- -n sites of Fernandica and Cedar Key, and also May 29,1858. 22TFoFSale- superior ., of land which bad Debility:en- 1 OIX wetks after the publication bc"jO
the undersigned administrator of the Estate acres property been appraised those suffering from Dyspepsia. wake
PIANOS, of John Burgdorff, deceased, late cf Leon county at over $2.000.000 and it is believed that febled ht or der.nge state of the j, undersigned will arrLeatioDfor. 'etl.r..t
of various styles and prices. Persons wiping to will present Li. final account to the Judge te the
supply themselves will please call atMILES I bite of Leon county and ask to be discharged. 1 will be ,efficient to finish the road. Low old and a good cook, washer Faculty, as a certain cae. ( i adminiBtrstioD ofai.j on cvutiIMiylt.lC i0, rLt..

NASH 4 CO. JOHN I). REICHERT. Admt'r.Nay o EO. W. CALL Scc'y.Jan. I I E.LT.BLAKE. I BUTLER a DENHAM ceased hU U5g

IIalassee! Jan. 30 I&i. 5-tf 1658. 2-Cm tf 1V ? V-tf May 15, 185S. 50-lf- Nov. II, I 6 16 :


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