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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 19, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY JONES & DYKE.
TALLAHASSCE; FLA. JifxE 10) isss.
VOL. X...NO.Carts. 25.ii :

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ii prorcinztn1 ( profrssionai on& gojiurssi 5- ([flrb; I AUUEST OF WILLIAM WALKER j himself! H&t), partaking pf a t feeling wh'rh I the- very. -soil-of--Nicaragm- ---- -?- Whilst---it is- -r.dmittrul i-tj obtrude -thoso offices on them Soch an f fI

-- at that time prevaded this Republic, wi'hfd ( that the jurisdiction of this Government attempt would bs violation. of their.
a natural ,
IWM: 'IDERSONo-o.-- SPEECH OF IIO.V. G. S. HIWKIKS I SUCCeSS to the! enterprise of William W.ilksrf I
e'r'nds
MILES HASH CO.: 'I' to our private vessels wherever .! liberty. In order to compel any one to receive t

1 i ..ttomoy: Ln'VV O>' FLORIDA, .\ II found upon the high seas, yet it can never be kindnej:', we must have an authority
j : this o
disliuguisLeiJ
UI\L1Us: iy -AND- In It llul,.
DRUGS; SSfJfr, PALMS,. :j SOLIClJOIt INEQUITYMIRIANXA I TLo House being in the Commmittco of | and\tfairs a has member shown of the Committee on Naval I Illy, when tying within the ports or harbors of ." *

j I 11110 Whole on the state of the Union- j me a Lttor sustaining this : at'v foreign; nation. When it is asserted that : All nations arc ia their inter.course' ,
FL.i .*. EtittMiient: and I will thank friend from I I uppose.
MEDICINES OILS I my we can exercise jurisdiction over our citizens with
JH Mr. HAWKINS said each be 4
: N'rth' for.
;1 : Carolina to send' the letter to tho I t rqu
\ it I
crcryvhfre
only means that that where there
TJUACTICES in the Courts ; jurisdiction is there is
oC
Jackfon. \ sovereignty
Va.liin"tun ;
inform tWir I Mr. Cit.viu.dAx : I that : Cleik's desk be ueccs-
: \TOULD nerd* and the puUic. JL am aware anY'lin' ; i to read for information. Be
T T they have on hand a jjood msortmont cfJ uc | and Franklin-in tl.e Supreme Court at Ma- 1 savoring animadversion the conduct \llk I riannn.nnJ in till Uuitcil States Distiitt Court at i upon j i game boldly, and hfj nn infraction of our laws return within our of Chief
IIrlcln ill their line of business I language Justice Marshall Russia
as are generally kept of Commodore ,
; A IialacLlcola.I Paulding! in his recent caplure f lost ; he risked everything the hazard of .
,-ii will be receivinrtgu1arIyfrcoli. supplies. Tbeiirn REFKREXCE8: of William Walker! is not calculated to j the die, and it was adverse upon and his territorial jurisdiction. The power of pun. and Geneva hive equal rightI
> tliall) bo r- i'oiiable. I I ; expeditionwill ishmsnt is vested !hI [lie sovereignty, and must j And here, sir let ask
Hon. J. Wavk* Baker. TallaLass. find much synpathy or favor with be read and remembered me you, what would U
Taaham'1i1911. 1853- 14. many an be ;
exercised
__ .. II episode within the limits of that have been tho
sorer-I
tf. L. and
Rut feeling sentiment in this
: # Agent S. W. R. Bank, members' of this House ; but, animated by a in the history of nations how '
Dr. Miles H. Nash i lion. J. J. Iiiilty. Mai L-nna. t desire for the displaying much eignty. The moment the Fashion came withi.i country if Nicaragua i on thatIVaiker's i.;:
laaac I j sincere attainment of truth and tan lo achieved by means, however madejiate in the marine l ascertaining
WiJgeoa, Agt. T>. Colunibys, liaiianna league of the shores of Nicaragua
expedition about ;
orrEER: Ue r'U"oFEnSIOSA S EU ClttZJKS I ju-tice, I shall not to the end. was to sail, had I ;
VICES TO TBE OF Det12.. 1S07. 50-6w ; permit my opinions or con. / when guided by American I
T.LI.\HASC AMt>lUk.OL'IiDINGCOLMCY.OFFICE I __ _. 1! duct to bo swayed either by popular clamor / enprize and American valor. that of, jurisdiction Nicaragua with her ceased, and j ji sent an armedcsd, and captured him withinone

with Dr. M NahimucdiattyaetoftLe I EDWIN. HART, or public applatue ; nnd tho violent tirides I As to Commodore PanMing, I will endea- As begun. of our southern harbors, or within the .
.
'ice. ."";OXM3oy: : z.tt XiO'VVi i ngainstValker, or fuNonie adulation of Paul- vcr to prore what the President Ins asserted i to a supfmsory power of the commanders marine league of our shores I It would have i
I ; of national vessels
May 19 lSb. !O I our over our private been sir
a
cactfs and there
-- -- ;, ding are, to me, matters of supremo indiTerence that le bits been guilty of a b'li : wooM
.
Dr"i.E. Lea ittOF'FUA Tallahassee, Florida grave error. I vessthftbroad, I will not ar"ue. They are have a fee'inj:
i betl :
indignation pervading
influence
] exorcising no control sir
or vcr es an error of so grave a character tll. bound
I \ \ dIe! District< anJ the Supreme Court of iLfi unless i to procct! and defend, but certainly tie bosom of every tnxa vv ;-laved: the hono ;
N.* rr.OFE1O'AL: SERVICES TO TUK PfBUI.OKFICi | Statf. and the Di-trk-1 ('nut i .f the Utiitod S,.'U'" a'.tTsfl..hassce. I Tlt- event tL:u las given OC.Cjcfor this- some mark of reprobation is p aced i i not to officiate a? police officers. Walker : the r.nd (he in-iepenflenco! of his ; '"
: iii SASH'S NEW LUILDINO near the discussion is immLereu 1-Jj:on \Ida conduct, the result at I h ui"itj
i I C&r OtHc over the Store cf Mrs.U. : among the thing tit, som future i d a perfect right to expatriate himself.SKifeUnW try ; siby this law of reciprocity
OlT.t; \ it J. Megir.L:''. \\cre ; bat it Ins brought with it a:) iiuolu. Irons con-'rl1el1l'es to thii nation. \j II I Iud I .
tVa! hvv
j of
MIT 2-. !*->$. 1 ___ Jan. SO, lr-iiS. 4 tion of principles of the highest importance ; If ofik'ers! of the Navy are to understand ., : t 'ib's (diitfy.71 lli -- \ by !!. correlative. righU ant obligit t 1
.11 EDI f ML XOTH'E. -- -- I!I principles embrac.ng;: questions of national t that acts similar lo Commodore Padding's! I rescue ol ;Martin Koszta was a rank usurpation I of ihcTunta! _Arenas? --.L-L. /A Jn tK*'
A.r.. PEELER'87 I unnoticed there b ..n.hear.Bal and hundreds of thousands of people! in j Tho soil of Nicaragua ,llonI' bare bean
-----0- ; ami international law-and, as such, is cnti1 j are to pass may ? : I I
Robertson & Bond ; LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, '1 tied to the most yprions ccns'deratisuj of the drama, when this Government maybe this country arc still subjects of great I'ritau j hrl sirred by PuIJinz ; it lould have been

) Drs. : T.\1.1.\." -.. n.OIw.\: the outset, Sir. Chairman, I will simply oblijod either to di-avovv the act, and renj and other nations of Europe. It Walker! nn J holy ground; and! he had no right to desecrate -

I T A\ ING fiiriuvtl\ co parlneialiip in ices lltf.pinctur the cit- OIKirr li r>Tl.KM IV THE: SAME BLILDIM. AND OITO'ITE j remark, I am no fililbu&ter. nor h hare I much der acknowledgments humiliating to its pride:: : his men left this country with the hitention J it by .an act of outrage and usurpation
-J. of tl> 'ir proli's-ooii ofler their ('- t< I .
< ink CKC Of IliL fL-JKIUHN A Jt>(.CMAL MICE. and remaining even fr the of capturing felons,
their lot in purpose
rzem of Fail.ilii.iJ*(" .tuirountling I country. sympathy wi'h any expeditions gotten Cr;> in i as a nsiion( ; or tlte, in adopting it, be prccipitited of casting Nicaragua i iI
"TTTILL IVao-ice in the Circuit: Ct>urt'nf Gadadcn.IT I landed i its flom tho chief of whom, by ridiculous
C.fjO:1ice over the Store lately occupied by Bet : this country in derogation of its laws, its !. ( in'.o war. A medal to PauMing now, there, the moment they upon ( :
I Li-on M'akulli. J -fi'-rson and po I
and
& lladim I of domicile naly he accepted his parole of honor.Whtl .
,
ton .t IkLr'cb. of thanks fail induce shoios that expatriation: aud change ano
and its towards otur! cointris.'I'hey ; i or a presentation cannot to
: attend promptly to the collection of note and accounts I icy, duty I I
I heard of it
SP. 37 9-tf I tl.o [ first this transaction
-- I in any of faid Co'juti ; contravene our own municipal regulations -ay, sir, incite imitation: : of a most Hie- bognn9anJ they were beyond pale
E'--' BAKJS'AUi) Jri": I Feb._27. iS.GWYNN. 9-1 f ; and are uStcily subversive of tho law t. sal and unwarrantable: invasion of soiiie countrv of the power and authority of this Governj j occurred! to n.e the Government of Nicaragua

-- I of n\tions-a law based } of that may possess the will and the power I ment, and,! released from all ties of allegiance I might love the treason, but bate the traitor
. upon Vrincuis
WILL C'OXTIMTE THE & HILTON ; insult its If I that had proviou-Iy l existed. and however much she might complacently
that eternal justico implanted/ by the Creator I ti avenge an to sovereignty." ,
DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS in all moral and social creatures, the I Paulding had acted in accordance with the : The attack of Commodore Porter on FoxI I rejoice over the riddance from Walker, yet I

J3f *T THE OLD fcTANP, SIGN -LgEl I 1.A.11Orl1CYs a"t Ln", I. golden rule and the implied assent upon of man I orders 01' his superiors, or if his act Las been I ardo has been quoted as justifying Commo-I j asked lJelf, may not its national pride hard"
TLLA11ASSEE FLA. '
kind. Tho present laws for their suppressionthe adopted by them, tho culpability rests not i dore rauldin What are the facts in tln.t j been humiliated, a deeper stab given "S'
; -0- ,
OF THE iff MOKTJLB, I). W. GWVJSN A 1{. B. HILTON, I neutrality nets of 1818-are certainly I with Aim, but them. But I regard his Cal! care ? Certain goods, stolen at St. Thomas, I, to its nationality, than for all that Walkr
the Administration conveyed tc.P rto Rico, where the authorities ( could have accomplished wit his one n' 4
duct were
associated themselves together in the I sufficiently stringei.t; and severe ; OH! as longas repudiated by as
HAVING I .
of Law, will give their joint attention they remain the statute-book let obedience j shown by tha release of Walker in this city, shielded and protected the felons. dred and fifty followers, especially whe. :
Oorntr of Clinton and Monroe stred_,Tal1libassee.J I to all busings entrusted to them. They will attend bo yielded upon to them Init slate I and the censure cast upon him (Paulding) by Commodore Porter sent his officer to demand | among the pleas set up to justify the act,\.4 'l
ulUry 19. 1856. 8j the Supreme Court, the U. S. District Court, wid the ; a of '? the of this Government.It the goods ; tho officer was seized, insulted, ( that of the weakness of Nicaiagna, and her .
I Circuit! Court at Tallahas, nnd also the Circuiti things may arise when either they should be 'I highest functionary ,
: defend herself handinl
UEDICAL NOTICE. be for the Executive of this and imprisoned.! Determined, as he said, inaLlt.to against a 1
i t Courts of Gaded! AVakulLi, Jefferson Madison and repealed, or power and tlisTPlion g'ren! to may proper I .
-.eee-- Hamilton Couats! O1ie at the Court bouse in the Executive to suspend their nation to palliate extenuate the conduct of to demand IndemnIty for the past and secure I tnJ mast she not have felt
.. . . .J. <'. RVTKS. operation. Foxardo herself! degraded in the of nations at this
A. PEELER. ---.- Tallahassee I As to William Walker, I confess I hive 1 a naval officer high in rrnk. It is his privilege ity for the future, he landed at i iI eyes
March C, 1858. 10-ly it is attribute his the of a battery ready to fire j jupoii open avowel of her I If any of
to cannon
Drs. Peeler & Bates 1 but small faith in tho star of "the gravvevcd ; an pertaining high I spiked Imbecilt
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.
and exacted from the al- the spirit of tT! days the Fifth,or
I appointment ; and it is for him to exercise him, apologies
it shines dimmed and
G associated thtnselves in the practice HOGUE & AMAKER i man destiny, fcr I I'
the second has been transmitted j
to her
Philip
11.1' and offrr lustre from the! pleading prerogative of seasoning justice calde for the insult to his flag and his coun-
Surgery respectfully paie, receiving or borrowing no
their ..fvie1 > the I'uL'ic: in tie treatment of all ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS I his c.vic; or military talents. That he possesses j with mercy ; but when a question of law, in- j trAnd Jet, for this ho was ordered homo I rulers, she must have felt this, and she may.
I III
a-Miti-* well as cll"I" .li- :is.1of nil characters : personal force of i ternational: or otherwise, arising from a cer- I hv James Monroe, court-martiale suspended [ have exclaimed, in this somewhat trite quotation ((1

'ilk*. \\-:u.>>. vi.ah, J K IT.'rn'ii , Fla. .A.T LA. i 1 will uncommon mid firmness under dilliculties courage there is j tain state of facts, is submitted to an American I j for fix month an I Quincy Adams approved from the Latin poet,
.Km 9. Li- ?-tf nAV13 formed a co pirtne'ship in tie practice of I Congress for its solution, we ought to the sentence He was not punished I II II .Non tail aaxilla,nee d lrb'l Uu>,tempos fgrt. I
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but these attributes of character
nnd will attend to any professional brsi no doubt ; :
E. H. BERRY c<-*" cntruftdl to 111lr: {'1ir(. I unaccompanied: by the repiitckuotvl-i i decide upon the question itself and leave tho I for thus r.ssert'nj: the honor of his country ; J Martinez has declared that PauldingYactwas

Auctioneer and Commission, n. P.Iht'E.\:. Y AKER. i l appear edge of tho art of war, and gift gaining the I palliating circumstances, if any, to another but forth'invasion: of the soil and sovereignty l above the law," and without question
1. IE-'S. ISWILLIAM j' i The Yrissari has been and hsdragged .
113y :j afleet'ons! of his tic-ops and tho enforcement i branch of this Government. of Spain. treaty delayed,
MERCHANT.itLimner ---- ---
-- "- --
act of I This is not a case of mere individual misconduct : Nor are tIle ca es cited. a; to the (our:* if* slow! length along, owing to the

-. F1.U *>*pt ?:1. 1S:>;. ___SJ 9 ___ SCOTT.. I of trcme a salutary and probabh-Discipline! unnecessary, save by severity.j .ex-- where good motives or inter.tions '1, pursued by our officers at Tripoli, Tunis and joal}uiy entertained by Nicaragua, as to a

S. S. KNIGHT ATTOS73SY AT LAW, j permitted himself bo overreached by a I can be ploaded by way of exculpation ; it U j .Algier, at all applicable.! There had bet n J I military protectorate: over the transit route

COMMISSION MERCHANT, : MOXTICHLLO, FLA: : coup dt main of tho Costa liieans, thereby I an official act, and, as such, should receive a !: aggressions of various kinds upon our citizens -I!. conceded l-y that treaty, for it must have fell

AUCTIONEERS. Jay! SO, 1 853. :so tljnn i l.ising the command of the San Juan and the more rigid and severe scrutiny. It is, sir, a ia those! countries Our officers were ) sensibly that tic same military power which
TAIf.VII-rK, EX.ORIDA.erternherI. I _. of international it \ii the reach of instructions and had been recently exerted for her
far they I
-- -- -- -- :-iaK ; and bcinjr clcpiiveJ! of these points, he I question ; a iwlit'.cali 1: beyoiid bfecJ
_. ls'5 __ __ _05 ----- I ML'flICtt. OTICI. was unable to receive succor through these i! question ; and Commodore Paulding! has been ; Lad every reason to anticipate tho wisics! f iI | mi f fit be icretted to her .

T. W. BREVARD Jr. -.- j j channels, or make a successful retreat. HoI J guilty ol a political error, said by TalliyrandI 1 our Government, and they acted in accordj j ,n\v learn that th"treaty will not be ratified -

ut I.aW, I! Dr. Win. F. Shine, I .11o.e.1I.i..*.lf'o La involved in a corjlro- I to be worse than a crime: The latter may I mice with those wishes, :amounting, snbstantiallv '! at all. ,
.A.11 0 rD..C" I nLIl Kli rnOrEIc4L SLRMIIS: TO TUE TtBUC.VTICE I! vcrsy with the Trarsit: Company, wr.2n! IKV I ft/.t nno n>> n'or individuals : the former I[ to a tacit command., To (,.1:1 re- j .\':d here let me remark, thcrgli not exactly I

TALLAUiSEE, FLA. ndj..ininthut .>f Prs. Gamble d 'Detton'InJ :! came one of the leading canss of hli failure, I the peace of nations and the repose of man i I dress was tlieir duty, and the law of self 3e- perrin; <3 to ray srcbjecf, that all the l

April ?4, 1638. 17 __ __ O ?, 1858. 19-ly I and instead of using his power in the name kind. fense justified their conduct.! ;i ij Central .\ Ntto! States entertain. :jealousy i
HIGH A. COKLKY, .--- -- --- -- ', and through the agency of others, who were I I am a fiiend of the Navy, sr, for J con. j So with General Jal'kor r/hen ha took | of ih.s; country-a j"alorsy fostered by tbo :

Law I DENTISTRY.i not likely to enkindle tho local jealousy of I eider it the tight arm of our defer.e.ith possession cf St )1:1 1ld Per.sacola.: acct agents of France and England in those
at
: Attorney the people of the isthmus, he committed a serious us, ns in England. it can nver become the The commandant of St. Mark's and the Govt | countries. i

2; I'iLL.tIItSSI1I,: FL%. I error in assuming the reins of govern- subject of the same jealousy! as is folt for a t (:nor of West roi,1 had been exciting the '! I res ret io 11(1 so ninth stress laid upon ,

January!: 17. lH. 3-ly I men'. landing army. It has thrown tho most bril. '! Indians to nets hostility against our citi. the probable action of those Powers, in case '

.-- McClellan I I Whilst malting! those strictures, however, I liant lustre over our military annals! and! has I II I : n; TaVng: the responsibility: *, and actuated I bar policy should perchance conflict wiLls

Yonge & am froe to admit tlat his greatest errors were I gained for us tho respect and admiration of i i by the Littlest motives of patriotism: be acted their ow n. That policy meets us at every

.A.t-orX1cya n"t: Ln""OV.I I his tniiforlunn ; for he went not forth like the world. Hut, sir, 1 wish a.navy composed upon this! principle of stlfdefMisTliis! ( (principle ; btep. We met it in 'I'exa-it has been at

: miOllCV II ALL THE CVLRTS OF 'WEi-T FLORID 1 Napoleon, accompanied by tho goddess of ollicers who bow to the law and its be- ov'rridp all other considerations, for work in St. Donsi ''go and the Sandwich,

r OlTica al MKIVA. j I Fortune as well as the pod of War; and if bests, and who act in accordance with the .international hw considers the ri,1 if> s lf.I I] Islands, Cuba, and the Central American

C. C. YOXr.E. F. McCLELLAN. .' he had been successful, he would have ranked apothegm! of Marshal Saxe, that theme were i! preservation as prior and paramount to that i States.

: March 13. 18? 8. 11-tf :i o'4'i--neil; gives notice that he intends i viv with Holivar and other deliverers of their three duties of.a soldier ; th(first was obedi. I| of territorial invioalilit: ,." j ji I say sir, !let us have an American policy-
-- -- J_ itu.s tUiflV pros ionally cevecal time (iur illg! ence, the second was obedience and the third : And then between let : display firmness with
--- -- i! country from oppression ; but as it was, he j i too. whnt possible" analogy i IS rrcpcr al Powers,
Beni. F. Young, i all the those pii-suit who year; where be ill bill xraiit'of hepica.cil his services.l to wait oui j had to learn, in tho language of a British was obedien.e. 'I[ the course pursued by Paulin.and ir j and not permit our magnanimity pass over

1 bJ1J i Teeth inserted may on the Chci>plastic Process a process i statesman, that- I It is said because Nicaragua has not complained |i j r Ingraliam: ? I is true, II : may have '. with impunity the iiiiults. or outrages committed

ThJLt entirely new, which biirps>gts nujtlirig jet !it(("- I I. .\ ftrcrr<.ifil rC'sishnco is a rcrcHttlion, but approved of Paulding's course, invaded the sovereignty of Turkey ; but he : : by the smaller ones on account of their

A NrSOLICITOR ered for full Sitts. Hundreds of the bt cerliiicatesi not a rebellion. Rebellion, indeed, apearsI : therefore no wrong has been done. The 'I heard tho cry, I am an m\rc.I citizen !" l lI weakness, for we I can as little compound
IN EQUITY, i can IMS show in its favorill be in Ouin'y 01i on the back of a flying but rev olu. question is not between that country and us, I I I and lie rushed to the rescue.: Turkey was i iI i ii with as plfdy." bones orolr
t'lf! the j enemy imptl'nre Te
!ll l remain
\ WILL in the Courts of the Eastern Cir Monday, February the let and n!
practice i but between this Government and Commodore imbecile and of :: ? in
weak
incapable performing whitening ( at.Vir.
f T cuit 'f Florida, and the Federal Courts. 1: ictk r. r. LEWIS. | lion flames on the breast plate of the victori. l i I i sun
,j ALACOUl COCSTV.) : *. If., 1S5S. S-tf 1 cus warrior. I'auultng ; and the true inquiry is: was Paul. .I her duty to other nations, by protecting: their I gin bay and along tho transit route to the
(OTJCE AT REFERLXCES GUXHVILLC. - -- --- i 1 In his first most extraordinary expedition, ding justified in the arrest of Walker upon ;! citizens within her limits ; and when this state I Pacific., and the murder of four of our citizens -

LUCAS, 1COL. : I 1----- .)) .\ O'J'ICE.I j I felt a deep interest not only in the man, the soil of Nicaragau, either by virtue of his I I of facts. eit this law of reif-teferse! comes I within our own borders, near the line ".
Car. J. J.
J. I). ATM. V Charlctton, S. C I who, after being invited to Nicaragua by one instructions or tho law of nations ? I answer i into play: ; anti Ingraham richly earned the I of Sonora, is jet to be atoned for. r

Faista .fe THOMPSON. J JDC. Dr. A. C. F. BLAKE, I of the two parties contending for the mastery in the negative. lie transcended his instruc.i thanks of his country for rescuing an American The President in his message of last December *

J&2C S. JONES. TaikJianee lla. / 10NTINUCS to offcr his Professional Services to -those of Chamorro and Castilion-accepted tions. The seizure of Walker was an act of I citizen from the tings c Austria: tells us that. no progress whatever

June-6.':-7.-- ----23_ _"" v-/ the citizin ,,f Ctktreville and adjoining ueig i t. the call!, and, accompanied by only fiftyj war ; and he assumed and usurped the high Panldin;*, not appreciating the difference.I has been mada: towards the settlement of the
'-- IIDM: Alt ) 3!. WEST. borhood. Kcsidcnce changed to Ceutreville Ofl.coat ; j six followers, fought battles! successfully, and! prerogative of the war-making powcr in its between tho extent of .1 power and the abuic claims: of our citizens against tho Spanish
i L!* rebiJeuce. rfter his consummation ; and yet sir, 1 tied it gravely of this I. Government, and that the committed
and Counsellor at Law I Dec. ?C, 15:;;. 52-lf I within J( advent was elected, I a poser, perpetrated grievous wrong oulrage
Attorney) _---- --- -------- -.--- 1; nlmo cnanimously, President of the countrv ; asset ted that Paulding had not only the right urfder tht! > fag of our (countrv. on cur fag by the Spanish war frigate
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Nathaniel Hamlen ': but I felt an rqua* i interest in the success of a to arrest Walker within: (ho maritime jurisdic-i If the (colors of thai noble pennou; are allegorical I I Fcrrolana, on the high seas, off the coast of

_pill_ 5._ _185C.. ___ 14 cozier 1-y which! the masses of that region tion of Nicaragua, but upon her very fcU it- i, as I have resd ; tIm white as an emblem Cuba, in JIucl 1855, by firing into the mail
--HOLLANDT"Attorneys i COMMISSION MERCHANT, 1 might be relieved from oppression of ail kinds i sel The only possible pretext for his arrest I II of the purity of our: intentions, the'rd r steamer Dora.o,and detaining and rarch*

FLOYD & : Xo. US Povdras trt-, New Oilcans.Ktftrs | in time of peace, an Jttbtikorrors incident to was a charge of en infraction of the laws of i as an emblem of trro upon the! battle ft'l ing her, remains unacknowledged and unredressed. .

at Law. I -0- 1 interminable! and blJ Hvars. I felt, sir, I 1818. Admitting, sir, a priori, the charge and the bin as an emblem of the faith mir I ." And notidin every day reach

\rILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle to Go George,'. James K. Walker 1" Brootie, E q., Tallahassee, | that there was a pro? JRof American progress to bo true, let me ask, have those laws or ;, engagements ; he might hive gleaned something I r s of the most aggravated,insults to our fag

V aR.t I West Florida, nod in the Supreme Court : Gen Win. Bailey, Jefferson county, in one of the finest regions of the earth ; i statutes any operation, any force, any vitality | from these ns I rule of action, ven 'I by British cruisers, in our own waters. Eng
ftbe Stttt" AIn in the District Court of the Uni- I T. J. LiuUn, Em'i I that the people of those regions, on bcccming I within the jurisdiction of Nicaragua, or that something of the spirit of the law of nations : land has never relinquished the principle of

.d States, in the Northern Di'lrict of:Florida. J. O Putnam, Esq.. Madison ". l acquainted with our laws nnd institutions, i of any other foreign Power? If so, sir, there and not p"rvetod! the fliir under which. he visitation and search bat will no doubt t-tk
)YD. Office Fl*
U.J. FIX Apahchieola
D. I'. liOLLD, Ofliee Quincy, Fla. .i Dauiil Bell Steele, Esq., Esq. Hamilton. Levy migHt gradually become imbued with theiri U an end at once to the sovereignty of na- aild, by : cool premedftatM attack upon to palliate the conduct cf her officers by
Augustus i and tions. for there would be an tmperium in iin i the from his drawing absurd distinction
Dec..ISL; 51 I J. J. Snelling. Esq.. OadsJcn spirit follow our example. I felt that anally I peopl fatherland-mignided i an between them.
-- HILLIA.1I S. DILWORTII) ;- II E. Remington, Esq.. Tbomasrille. 00.j > might be gained, through whose .- E'ncy, I perio. Chief Justice Marshall s."lj s : I II though they may have: Ieen, or led astray bJ'! Thf re is no difference in principle ; the frt
j i I Oct 24, 1857. 43 i based on good will and reciprocal interests, I The jurisdiction of a nation within its some illusory notions of giving freedom to i is the incipient step), the latter the con.nu l7l4.

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, I ---- .- -- -- } a route for nil (time might be gained a-ros i own territory Is ntCessariTy exclusive and ab region among the f ire8 of the globe. tion of the act. Either or both are to be exercis .

MOXTICELLO. FLORIDA. G. K. CLARK I i the isthmus to our possessions on the Pacific solute. It is's scepuoie orno iimiiaiiuii uuimpid s IM.i. ..-: j_. :c._ __ ..< r<>ftfs J! bedone
I i that could neither be disturbed by the bad by itself. Any restriction upon it, j upon the principle that rru may n provided loUllUea UprTll ailU nil f1i lueirvngrn-n* .
"fTTILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir deriving any validity from any external source a pm! as a result ; a principle t In time of pace we can never permit them
MAKER
and Thon..s and Lowodes County, OaMirch WATCH | faith of the Governments in Central l America, folloics 1
cuit,
T T *:. 1PS6. 12-ly__ I j I nor by the intrigues of foreign Powers. I would imply a dim nitFon of its sovereigntyto sir, than nothing can be more pernicious ;. to be exercised, and I, for one, say, foil in-

.:. 3evo.r, felt, sir, the force of that sentiment alluded toby the extent of the restriction, and an investment I i ; a principle charged to be a leading demnity for past outrage, And a relinquishment ,
LONG & GALBRAITII, "'TOULD respectfully inform the cijzens of Tal- I Mr. Webster, in his correspondence with of that sovereignty to the same extent J' one with the followers of Ignatius [.oyas! I| as well of the right of visit, a) asserted

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALIAHASSKE: FLA. T" T hhassee and the public generally,that be baa the Chevalier Hulsemann, at the breAking in that power which could impose that re II' and one sir, that at all times ba been denounced < by the cautioira end f"dleberdcen, as that
old stand of J. C Hall & Co, 'where he is j search as well contended. for !,
LONG A J.B.ALBRAITH hare aseoci taken the of the revolution in when he striction. as one of the most dangerous chimeras ) as visit y
out Hungary,
MA. themselres in the practice Lav. They : prepared to repair ,. remarks that Now, sir, how far does this jurisdiction of I that has ever entered into the brain of the haughty Palir.erstoa. (Ie not yielded '.wm

will attend the Courts in the Middle Courts Circuit of the,the United Supreme I Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, j The American Government and people Nicaragua extend ? Mr. Wheaton, in his work man.u To procure an eminent good by I say, war ; and in the Interim let "give Ibo
District
Courts and the I
State Hi Tallahassee. I in a workman.like manner, and at the most reasonable take a lively interest-in the events of this remarkable on international, writes thus : means that are unlawful (says Sir William Executive the means and the power to cnn
Office opposite the Court House. i. rates. Persons having good Watches that fail to I in whatever part of tie world The maritime territory of every State I I Scott) is as little consonant to private morality Lie him to sustain the honor of Ufa'country.
October 28. 1884. IT run well from having been badly repaired, can rely age extends to the ports, harbors, bays, mouths I 1: to public justice." This i ia the language .1 rejoice that measures are being Ukvn ior
_
._ _____ __ __ them at his shop.Obf they may be exhibited ; and they cannot sup a
upon hating put right of the in I anJ used the annihilation of the treat
and of and Clayton-Bulwer
good
of rivers, adjacent parts sea great man,
i warranted if well used. the thoughts or hopes which arise inmen's :
work .jjJan.
Hanckel & Nowell, I All I press minds in other countries from contemplating closed by headlands, belonging to the same while deciding against tbe 'legality of board it h the first step, and it .is a good one; AndI
FACTORS 16, 1858. 3-ly _ of nations the African slave trade trust that at least the Democratic
I the successful example of free Gov- State. The general usage super- ing vessels engaged in port'anof
-"(P- OOp.Ri'NE rcsiiir NOTICE. I ernments.' adds to this extent of territorial jurisdiction a anxious as he was, anxious .all England. this Congas will not forget a reau.uUoB

General Commission Merchants HILL&HYLE.TOnN j!; I felt, sir, the sentiment of a high functionary distance of a marine league, or so far as a was, at the time, for the suppression of what as to our foreign policy assed at the Cincinnati
I
0 of this Government, whose heart always cannon shot will reach from the shore along was called a most abominable traffic in human convention of 185& I will. read it r

CHARLESTON SC. 1 11. HILL and JOHN J. HOTLK of Talla beats responsive to whatever is noble, brave, all the coasts of the State. Withia these flesh. Tempora mutantur," Mr. Chairman; Resolved, That our'geographical.nd political -
C. F. UANCKKL. E. W. XOWELL.ill I t Laving this day associated themselves together I' when he declares limits the rights of property and territorial l and an obsrer of human events might ask, position with reference to the other

rpfly -fvU e.ry-4 Jerription*' of Fro
I_ Merchandize, and will make advances on All I HILL & HOYLE, I of our countrymen in Nicaragua excites my any other nation." I policy of la belle France were not yielding of our commerce and the developmentof

tOD'i,nmcntR.Aptil I and will gin prompt attention to all orders in their admiration, while it engages all my soHcitude. I feel reluctant, sir, to make these quotations I somewhat t the laws governing capital and our growing power require that we abould!

11. 1S58. _15-ly line. They are prepared to execute and carry on the I am not to be deterred from the expressionof to prove what I bao ahvays deemed labor if they were not yielding somewhat hold Ai sacred tho principles involved in the,

AMBROTYPESAND UAKPEXTLRIXG BUSINESS these feelings by sneers, reproaches, or truisms, but I bar been coerced to do so by to the questions of their demand and supply ? Monroe doctrine; their bearing and import

in all its various branches and from their long ex- bard words. He who does not sympathize the novel views which have been expressedupon The rights and duties of nations are recip.roca admit of no misconstruction; they should be

MELAINOTYPES, I pet icuce in the Running Gear an3 Screxr Business, with such an enterprise has but little in common this question.We No nation has the rgh though it applied with unbending rigidity.

TAK1f BV BAILEY. I Rod other machinery, hope by prompt attention to with me." had, sir, no right even to demand"Walker -. may the pu to even benefits The arrogant assumption of a* British Mia-,
share of
llfXJ11I s orer HarnarcTs Drug Store. orders business from to merit the country a iiVral. promptly executed.patronageAll Calls! I felt, sir, the sympathy as expressed for from Nicaragua, there being no extradition .-' upon another and Vatlel says: istry, claiming the right.of Intervention M to

r r "& Rooms have been 'thoroughly refitted nod I from either of the Counties in Middle Florida! and : the cause in Nicaragua, in one of the resolutions treaty between that Power and ns ; and "But, though a nation be obliged to pro. the "distribution of power" lathe Americanseas

r L are now in excellent condition for (he purpose from Decatur and Thomas Counties, Ga, shall re- I ingrafted upon the Cincinnati platform if we had no right to demand, how much less. mote, as far as lie3 within its power, the perfect thrown ao flauntingly in our facet, tiaodaunrevoked

.!ioMgceJ. The Public ale inrilcd tv call. I I ctive Yrb.6.attection.185 f-Iy i in 1856. AnJ. sir Commodore Tauldinfy had we to capture him by force of anns open !jn of others, it is not entitled forcibly ; and the time may not be far dia;
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V:ngnRnie: : '-lUimJUiUttiU Aew *>?leau_-Keg* 1 ; since
I maipJe II thb 1 U. rtUiters In Florida-Execution of the Law*. | 'eck by one of the judges of our Stt Let T BY ayetdberetItOitS 1 T
them] : look to this matter in time. TELEGBAPBa amecJoirU of lie
alluded to aDd tbu1-e embraced I army
? in the who] suppose California and the
,_ TIeo Kansas Moro oa (his sr.l/ject hereafter Mil. is lelu-ifd
Monroe doctrine __ tint
0 only where Vigilance Committee and j FUtR DAYS I the
rl'C Rega
By the setting up of a King. or the creation T A I. I. .\1 A SE 1; sling Societies can have any existence: in this country Our DUncuItl.with- .Great Britain. Ci,i LATER FROM F.l: 0 P E P evident will prolong the srs'on; ol Cocpresd

of a dictatorship! IT Mexico under the ----- .c will find themSI\'C mistaken-they are already Enough has been learned from the other side ofthe I in consequence art e propriation bills nt

anspicvs of Spain, and possibly her allici !i StTVUflAT, .UNE 19J 1858. mistaken. Vigilance committees and water to satisfy us that the English Government ,being passed, and b'-ennse the
I _______ __ regulating ARRIVAL ajproprialioL
these would < S3
principles f OF THE
cense to be mere abstractions will disavow and <
clubs, since the San Francisco condemn the recent made exceed
already the
outrages committed
enrhroglio. becoming
bot would be .* with Speech of Bon. Oeo. S. Hawk in*. art ;, amount of mono'
r pele practical \e t place before our readers, on the first -airc of more and more common in various rants in the GlI; : 'in the treasury.
results |1'
; sir i'
which ay. 1 great glorious iresulu to-day's paper, the able and eloquent speech of our | of the country. Just now great excitement: exists I President Buchanan, it is stated U decidedly ol I NOTJSCOTIAN.. The in the
I
bv a flag, bearing the lions and castles i pfocucJings House
I representative in the of Win I in Xew Orleans in consequence of tI.e! forma- I the opinion that: England will disavow the outrages I I II _. _. __ are umiu
t
of Caslilc: -proud insignia of royalty and I Cngt'u.pn ntt' | and ; The British : : portant.
{ of fully and asserts thut the Cruisers Ordered to Obserce
monarchy-would be forever banished from Walker by Fuulding. The sound and ton vigilance committees ('ompset it Is alleged promptly relations j Caution ,
her conservative dews so frankly and of several thousand citizens .. The': between the two countries were never established I -The Telegraph Fleet Sailed Senator Gwin, of Cali.bruis, to-day dial
possessions in this ingX'niou-ly
hemisphere. |I\.r- rf// Cotton
;
If the,startling report be true that Spain i is travcd therein, will tomm.nd the assent and ap-- son given for such a step Is that th _jnnnicipal : s on a more.friendly footing, and cannot be disturbed.j Firm.. 4'". 1 1CAPK Jenged I Senator Wilson, ..f Maseachu.etts,

taking measures to Africanize Cua.or if at plauw of every intelligent ruin J. There is n freshness thoritiesofthe city connive at crime, if they are j j IIYe. -_ r RaCE, June 12.-The Nova for words spoken in debate. Wilson refuse

any future period such bhduld} l he" tie case, I I[ of thought\ and elegance of diction pervading nt. actually leagued with a baud of \illain ,The : Increase of the JVavjj -. which It'ft Liverpool on 2d Jne for Scolan to t fight, and a street encounter is

feel confidant that the Executive of this country the wh"' speech that lift it greatly lbothe rea on :aligned by some of the bct citizens of}'!or- j The United States Senate at the instance of Sen- passed by, this Quebec W.ISHI.\OTO June 12. anticipated
,
of i Ida for the formation of regulating clubs, i It, that I ator< place yesterday. She threw -Congrew has a
,u'tained by its people would remember throng olcniical diatribes: that have more than j jtll.ir Mallory, have passed a li providing for the :

the proud language of the Ostend Manifesto ; ordinarily marked and have given an unenviable neighbohoods are infcbteel with thieves and I j construction: of ten ne, steam slooj'S-of-war, viz : out a package of documents for the Associated i[! greed to the appropriation Bill for the Custom

and then, sir, Cuba tmsi be ours, no matter; distD'tiol to the j-resent Congiess.' l'uLter vho comnlt' deprecations with imp Ii/ jl Five of twelve feet draught of water, four of fourteen Press She brings four days later news than I i I Houses l including Charlestoa and New Or-

At what cost, no matter at \\'bnt sacrifice of We hope every Floridian trill give the pccch of and so nnwhipt of justice in consequeenee of the feet, and one paddle wired eteamrr e>f eight I the Asia i I lean3 Also a million dollars br the restor

blood and treasures And the Queen of the Judge Hawkins an attentive perusal.jrioiitvale l Limeness of the law, or the inefficiency of those! aj j I feet draught at :1 aggregate coat of lt0WO.!' I: i ins of fortifications. -

Antilles, gracefully displacing! her diadem 4 y __ I j p ointed to administer the la w. There i is doubtless -. I I General Neu'.. The
proposed advance
and with her brows tntwined with a floral i Spring I much truth in the reasons aligned for thus cotubiI / Tire two Hot TiuicH in North Carolina. From the reports of the outrages of the I (defeated. on the postage was

wreath of her own gorgeous clime would! } W. think our people had better patronize their. I j 'ling for the preservation of life and the security of candidates for Governor in this State British cruisers off the American coast which
few ,
take her posi'ion among her sister of this own watering places, at Newport, Su TV an nee, .\c., i![ 1 While we deplore the lawlessness con)- I'I'l'rl'lrty. let terminated: days in Igo for public diusiul. which I I j had just arrived in England Mr. The Seriate was still in disagreement on

Confederacy. but\if they mil go abroad in senrth of health and L I Iilaine-d i of we cannot justify the remedy which a rough anti tumble fight. I i It not j the Lindsey, in I |t the Navy bill. The and Post
whiih t House of Army Office
So tat 2.&the Americanization of the isth- pleasure, we commend them to the Spring abovementioned i the-se good citizens projxe for oil that are undoubtedly rte.l was victorious, Democracy or know Commons, put :questien to ]bills were concurred

tubs tinder the auspices of a northern emigration whore the spirits are enlivened by urgent mid hard to bear. We can ouJy notliinjic-m.i TIle-parties-have since made friendsenator I, the Secretary of Foreign .Afiairs ; ho asked I 'j j iency bill was passed.In in. The Indian defic

society la to be attempted, whilst I doubt mountain air and ccncry. See the adtcrtisernent 1 point to their Ictiol as another argument in favor Hale.11ii whether American vessels \vere4earchfd and r J; the House

its feasibility, I am, as a southern gentleman I, in another column. The nnme of LAMM is a suf of what we have Jong deemed! to be necessary -< noted abolitionist and popular humorist o f detained by British cruisers, and by whose I J J lion l they passed the fifteen mil

indifferent aa to its results. As I understand ficient guarantee that the comfort of all guests 'i I radical reform of the method of administering >le the rJie1 States Senate, has been re-elected to that instructions.i bill and the Light House bill

the scheme it will prove a grand monopoly] be studiously looked after I I criminal law. The wide spread prevalence of crijie, IKKJ-! from Jvew Hampshire for another term of eixjcnr : Mr. Seymor ,j WASIIIMJTOX, June 13th.-Tho
I Fitzgerald the under
of tho North at the a and the Secretary : ]between difficulty
expense of the South ; for deiICI of law Manifested not only I by Senators Gwin and Wilson
of has
no southern emigracts wi'l!' receive the requisite A The Printer I brute natures but by j political parties and rrlig.us --- foreign affairs answered that he bad received {; t amicably adjusted. been

passports at New York to enable them .monthly Jfcvtipaper, devoted to the internals of the"ArtPrtftrrat'mofall !<>ct are startling thout-anvU of reflecting moi. all [FOB TiE Faomunrex.] no official. information on the question The

to settle in Nicaragua. If the 4-1 rt,." I oJcr the ,1/r. Editor: of He believed the Secretary of War has sent an
objects contemplated country and causing them t errquire.fns leir.ul: purchasing a barrel of reports to be exaggerated.' express
by this association are to develop We have received the second number (where' i is remedy can be found to meet the cit I has been 11'lf Extra Flour, for family use, I enquired The English government desired to i> i to the officer in command ordering him to

the resources of that country diffuse knowledge the' firi-t?) of a monthly with the above title, published I steadily) increasing for years past,and the Cixildiiciit 0'three grocers:the piice: friendly relations with America keep up i turn back a large portion of the troops now

and the light of a refined civilization by lnn et Hu>TiNe.To; >, :0. I, Spruce; tL, attending the of one outrage seircely Tire let merchant charged $11 (H) barreL and that strict on the March to Utah.
its N. Y. As n specimen of neat it i is llrpltrtiou 2\1" I per" .. orders were to be issued to tho cruisers after I'
Among pl'oplp.Vilh incidental benefits to printing unsur I dies away, nother follows, and the ihole] ., le)3&s r There is a that
the (j passed, while its 3d O slavers to observe prospect Congress wmad!
it contents such 00" caution
persons composing well.and good ; but are as to edify: cot air is surcharged with rumors and reports of themct : 1 j
Mondar.apvue
if otberwise ; if naught but the merest specu- j i I only the "('raf" but all others who take an intcr- : cold blooded tragedies and villainous trll.eI I'.1 Learning e that a cheap.- groceryefjtmc'rearti -Cbtablkhmcnt, -... t 'lime Atlrnep for ; sa.n"a -.nu UI I I jour on _

ulation coupled with some undefined but yetcertain I est in the history and progress of the. iiiost LeIC'// tions. .\the same time. Jhc) Jiuj.Uh i,nt. ...,,;"t j / purchased thjverysime brain\ I I Saturday the middle of the ocean to com- froU 1'aiiforola.New .

--=---_ __..4.ultimate..,. _.. r intent_ of .obtaining_ l\I\S\iV{ i Ccial inventhmizf'-'_. -_ !, _- ___ ,out: of all jortion to the number of atrociob r rle(1 .j l( I mence laying (tie cable.! YORK, June 12.-The steamer Star
n. oun JUI 1 can IS. tll'ir we 11. n. iM" On( reference to the Later news from the i of the West
say irici has
would be morality In court. CODlnith'.I pre current of the 5th inst seat of war in India arrived, and brings

Lobkins to such Paul as Clifford was inculcated" by Dame hn houor !
: If you want what )dnto.h.ln extra term e.f this rare occurrence, notwithstanding the cxjH'nse, say f 1 V3,""'hkh would defeated. He ia I _
is cost
not your own, try and do without it ; if Court was to have been )held in this city on Monday I ful frequency of the crime. must be frigh. in Tallalivsec] JO '5. Now, in all bad been reported killed. The rebel I The U. S. Treasury
you cannot do without it take the 7th inst, fur the to I apparcit (conscience, l driven from Very LonI -.
81
it
50
adjudication ( e Azinghur.
by insinira- of any comprche-ntive
of thinker that ( \ouMl.e a WASHINGTON, June (
turn not bluster. rtter presfing thia cccditioi large profit f.>r the 12.A
nnd merclllnt. was loI
message -
and risks less They! swindles does'more special importance. Several Witnesses I of things cannot last because as by immutabl e pceialljvherc tanh i is demanded. I I day received by the Senate
than /I *I Commercial. from
they as robs." were here ou that day from the law In I I' President

As to the territorial expansion of this of the State, in obedience, we mot remote parts I nothing, and]remains quiescent it wi beeorneintoleruble my nS'ii3t.n of with merehants of Tallahassee. The Nova Scotian reports cotton firm, butsa'cs i Buchanan, calling their attention to the low
it is COlin. to authoiitathe I will precipitate changed order complain the large amount of good condition
try inevitably and citations 5Ulptt. of brought unimportantConsols I of the
must be at hue Treasury. nice
southward great
by II'II'th.y
; ( j society. Already we are High rate I suggestel'tbe
ron"ulrs of
faster, inconvenience beginning to perceive in produce
1!
pei haps, than we wish. and had to return home compel were prolongation of
You
the
as well endeavor to the might I,I wit-) the with their .inji annoyed ': this :tate and elsewhere, the ce'iariK-nccmect of the tam to save every dollar. COXSrIEI unchanged. I session.
prevent unpleasant : ,
expansion of contiction resulU which -
that have -? -
steam or powder in a state of I l long incur they must ere j Leeolf and are becoming lucy The Itritlth Favorable
ignition but a duplication of Officer Still Advice from
wish the process fair, and the ; I i in inconvenience an-1 cost, ial.J. unless the cau!cs which 1mA-e been along The UIOI their Searches I later-Arrival of the WASHIXJFOX, June 10.The Ctah.
of
acquisition consequence rcmis time Key West
gradual. If I i :nes somewhere The steadily to product them Key of (ho Gulf, government
tho tJolntlg le announces
people of those Clerk of the re l AGO. J has received
Court official
tbo Rio countries between informs tis that he had been moved. the arrival there of II. D. .t i i j advices from Utah, which
del lot
Norte and the Sierra :Madre, j I I notified by Judge)IdntOh that I We regard the I Steamship Jasper i [ confirm the that
an report
irritated to l extra term of the (mlltivn Vigilance Committee's Commander rim Cotton I Gov. dimming has
frenzy hy constant and! Court would be I t who was waited Dul at 1-16 a'
wars held] I nnd : I
the
revolutions t n upon a'ljSeVDecline. > well
and the perpetual\'ictims, of the District rind 7th inst. yet the L" S. of Pfgu1tn.(lubsl powerful arguments!in favor: I in a visit of courtesy by Commodore J' lFW YORK, June J5.-'ne United States ben received at Salt Lake by Bri barn:
tyranny Attorney )Marshal were I Ian of Rodgers, Young :
ol a central Lth expecting urutol the 1 laws; that time Mail who has
power, should -verj- a euI- of tire Water Stemshiprngo formally transferred
achieve their extra Court Witch.! with t
independence at the time slated nbo\, in j rrit goes unw hipt of ju-tice Commander Pirn said I Liverpool dates | o
and aceor- soeiet3" receives
form shock Governorship
de awhich and
th'n. if they should invoke facto Governments; dan e with an appointment made by his 1'0101 at j i nir ire nIl through its ranks and Would sooner t r Le was acting in accordance with theinstruc- {I to June 2d has arrived. T Arago brings I to enjoined upon I.i followers -
admission into his i last sitting Aapalachk-ola.. later be (i of his no later dates recognise Gov. Camming the
| ins than
our Union, I say let them in. Although this is manifested in its remotest strucur Weav ( Government, which he received the Nova Scotia, but I live as Exec-
come Justice a matter < of Utah.
and affecting to sonic extent the I scrt theseproiositiorms'ait1r and I rather fuller j BrJgham
humanity, and the public inter- great i obeyed some nino accounts than were Young and othei
regeneration of a pore ests, we should not }have ftlt it i fer to the cOlf.ltnce an.roi years ago on the coast telegraphed j leading Mormons
tion oboe our duty to notice formation of the Vigilance I of Af'rica-that from Quebec intend
race would demand Committee in and SL John going to Sonora.
this I no .
; and let i it, but for the well-grounded New Oilcans mll o pedal orders had I '
and :
them the
partake of the benefits of complaint- of gentle Regulating Clubs in Florida,, : rereicfd !
our laws and men who had been and !et' -thaj if he has done Instruction
cited here I t<> all other in about
institutions our freedom and as witncitH-snt no or I a51 tions that have taken the ex wrong Commercial New*. !aehlol ess,1s.

if perchance a portion independence.Hut *of this Union. dinary expense and fatigue to themsch h<3 arid WWI I c'ut(1 of the' law into their own hand, as additional any one instance,)I regretted it much-and LIvERPooL MARKET.-Tho sales for tIle'| "AlIGTO, June 10.-It has been sat

guided by a narrow policy and false philanihropy no advantage( to the parties txpt.ctlg to bes IneI I proof of their truth. Water does not more sorely should his government, after strict and impartial three, business days, were bales of j isfactorily ascertained that no neW instruc-

should flII by their rrenee.The seek a common loci the Liw inquiry into ],0 (tions have been issued
such of grautatioii his by the British
oppose an accession from -v I not duet I course, which he wJlicJ'spculator took 1"00 and I government .
hostility to southern interests more certainly! jvrvade all matter and all courted, decide him ] exporters to ships of war relative
against
a war of opine Mate I than that the Era its displeasure ,00 The market closed : to
ion may be engendered, and utterance given The Sttttincl, having Con'enton. I failure to execute laws. jl the right- would be severely] visited and very dull, t vessels. searching

to it in tones loud and clear as a buglo call cratic affairs iii Len and attempted most t regulate Demo : eons punishment of etil der .tends to mob law and] amenable upon him, and he i I sacs were difficult to make at 1-lGd! a I __ I

nnd then, :Mr. Chairman ; 1inalhfaHtd, has vigilance committees. There mac for the damages sustained. j 'J decline. Rosin was dull '
4s
urned at
: huh who can its i its attention to the late State i an innate principle lie to -it Id.- .. Later Prolu exlfo. .
irksome echoes '"itb whose on\nton. ill.Lnte in the Vea.-t of e\ citizen of this toprained-and teaches i J Spirits of Turpentine .'
pretccetlinCT. in relation : cry; :conn ourexperence was steady.A I FW URLE..g, June 13.-By the urinal
nly to trip, with
'cr which before us much
.- - I t h ofct of Rcc ltr. it. .1: ._ it i i" smotheied e>r corrupted, ticIn's truth: -of the discourtesy shown ;' Ie of the steamer Tennessee, at this
'-J..a.. :I:> -- '-"H'J U'"U I(' I flllli! : ..i,1Ti..i .. bv American Gcncral Ir from
Without noticing nil that ll-"TU ( out.-- 10-- fl..nlf.,..1Ier. siin-misfprs! who I' Nc\. I Vera Cruz
our (d'ter'spe'rsry bc nn.. call we have later advices
to When met had from
Mexi
this i is been
FROM ay' on tide. subject, we lny i not dent tT5i! radical cQn"iehOI by a mm.of-w.1 in not made on the English (0-I I r The
di-tinctly that is co.
there showing
violated colors had
SAMUEL and the sense of ther I crnmcnt for government imposed loan
reinforcements on
SWAN light shocked. I
& CO.TO was no 'rite when to :
a g'nt'rn understanding that the prupiictvof <: impression of an injury done to in\itc.1 by the latter's showing theirs ; China. Tlie tl.ir army in I I i the capital to in tie
sv&tytirus
British foreigners.f.ir
Till PUIILIC.Th nominlli'n was a matter to I be taken into con- |I into the ground initpad of giving this Minister : Florence in j i rc-
Eider tim very frame work <.f the mind, be for evidence of their nationality I! Italy had public| look gloomr. A
l'3the was
may
llnHnton. So far from such T time at very suddenly returned to London. t fghl expected
Frew of this Slate wnothercd and once and in
laws are better understood, u here the legiility of our being the once, ttitre icit an expectation (hat 11\Y. } resi-teJ. It'olle"\\ turn A proper manner, they j cII"nJI: l is collecting between the rival forces'at Funta Nation
than in some- J from most troops. There
New invariably has
York, have w"eHr. he
said
upoten oat so boldly and manfully against the thing wool be and colors
editions gotten to pro- had been referred to in ihe I c ncle.1 tC.tl luterilp lips, and the and immediately haul! them j the Circas I obliged to
up ceDe us, that it requires of public of each ,: Constant down, be. sians and tho retire. TIlt Xulo.oga faction Intel
nt to say but little.; ) By the confederation of rival 'I 1liol of the State, and while differences l'I'int repetition e.f.thc wrong "i finally wear fore they arc made known, .L Russians, jF which tho latter |been twice
defeateel.
f or not
Lotteries and <> opin out the of'human .ltoo had ouu) killed. Juarez
political chemer ion pO"r ami JMtdcc st..1.! In the House was at Vera
presentments were existed as to cn.uralce. VA. at all, until of Commons
found Against us by the Grand tliepoii.'i f.r a '..in.tion. was or nature vill rue a shot is fired to lee d Cruz Tampico
jury rcrolt. war and
of tIlls r'.' nty. agreed that the I up il Hence it i h ahead or of England, Mr. Mazatlan were the only
We
of Fitzgerald
were subject shoald be that them. stated
and submitted that
ready desirous And his
to test the to the vijilancc committeea and in conclusion !
question regi-lating he ports not in the
sociations ,
and n ex I hands of Juarez
tame(having on from employed' Xew York counsel to ,) one of our firm whose Cn\ntio'for its disposal M'>tt of the counties are directly traceable to the elmmele indiiciency pressed much regret that !/* official acts 1 government had signified to the United States !!

The Georgia for that pur.pose. delegations were present had pat-st-d and nmal-rtImiuh4ratin: of the should have I that Efgiancf was ready to adopt ; .trrtvaiotthe
caused such
We
adjournment of
the Court. without our resolutions on the ulrs lawi. Jt so much peeling in this 'I meas- j Empire Citr.
subject, while
act laid over the cases to the countits not rfpre.sent.l I notjutif thctii. We condemn them. 'Ve ores as the U. S. might NEW ORLEANS June
next
when for and 13.
terra
we : such ore country, ho behVvcd that '! suggest, to meet The -The
for
he
feel satisfied "e will be enabled instance, St John and Marion the law could clear stcarsllip
to maintain the R upholding and under all ; difficulties that hacf Empire has
circum- City
right n hich we hare bouirlit and had taken similar action. i i" nlwtJ him.elf in every instance from I recently arisen between i :\rindt this
( too late stances sln X.
paid tor. The I therefore, I I 'rt of and ruin censure in the the j
Sparta of the Academy Lottery i il: legal and all the pow to deny to the Convention jurisdiction over the nmnit The contrary!(( is: to a com premises-that lIe alone was I j two governments. He also tiled that ;i Yorkia.la'nl. The United States steamer .
era law and responsible for
our enemies may try to use fur .eIfisli matter. That tyolutin. FrS the slavers almost Water Witch
purposes( cannot take ntfay these right body had jurisdiction, and the only very foundations:on w hich our government and our his pat course and not his Government if |I' invariablyjhoisted tb flag of ,: and Fulton wore cruizing off
,
Our business pace on uninterrupted, and we are question with the delegate was a!to the cape dearest right rt-.. he had done wron0'. die United States. | Havana.I Tho Styx was due there.

Statute informed by \'QunEeltllat) there is not a line in the dicncy of exercising their power. We doubted the I Tnt we know that unlcaj the law be -o a _. I I -
Book of --
Georgia authorizing any interrup policy, but nevfcr questioned the right of the legal tribunal-. enforce by J i I Washington pwa.
Still
tion with our dinning The lease Las sternly and inexorably, m LL.OI POLITICS.-.Air. Haynelate United Later from W'.tsinixuj.ox
years to \cntionto make a nomination if con-// vx5Jo bI" Europe. June I4.-The
run, and we sure the public thtitc have: the they saw pr fpread and terrible in this country, will be Slates District Post Office
best coun* l. who advise to Jo so,-nnd the nation of the the Attorney for Illinois, and ARRIVAL bill to
us that we can maintain Convention has in result Kicrjthing: t* it Where the hitherto OF TIE va passed day but the Light house
our righta against evenrhalrv in onr business. i jured no one. Maj Beard is I regulating spirit pint a strong supporter Judge Douglas defeated i its
a competent now bias on
SAMUEL ulVAX & CO. charge the duties : [k 8esionll( /neigh- has written a letter EUR OP A. passngE.Both
of ,
the office boi hood, urging the
other will in
Managers of the a any i time, the causes necessity of a houses adjourned
it
Sparta to
to'li$1
Academy Lottery, tleman. producing con union day.
The
I office U in the gift of the tinuing, of the Democratic I Is
-
Atu'ta Georgia.The to fl'ce 1ie". IIJe county-the 'wle' ) Mate ulllocconic yarty, and taking Cotton Declined I-1&d. and I-s.d m the ,
opcn com- ton. :o Cne JUI'i,-:. ,- e"_." 'I suojeci t it ciitu,out ureaM are the the ground that as the Kansas nnpstmn hn I.I. / 9nifie Convened.

attention of the public i i. also called to the right to seek it than another, no cause for complaint; tests of the honest masses, rash and pro been settled, there HALIFAX, June 15.-Tho British and X. VAi1tINCTON, June 14.-The President
be I
I' misguided for can
following lettter from Cot O. A. LOCHEANE given when no longer I
one of i the friends of a honorable the time any rca American I has issued
the Attornies hig-mindt being though they be son for Royal Mail Inc Proclamation
for SWAN- t Co.: gentleman like may and even i in]I maintaining a position of Steamship Europa; I convening the
Major place inn before I some cases brutal to j
MACON CA., June 2, 1858.; the people for their suffrages.U'ar. ]laws against the non-execution of the the Aministration. hostility CJpt John Leitch, has arrived with Liverpool (I Senate to morrow, for ffM fransacticn of Ex.

Slewsrr Gentltircn S. SWAV: Lave t Co.received, Augusta, Ga.lctter: .relative] The Democracy of the State wIll not take counsel I I citizen; they consider arc the no longer uprisings bearable.against e\'il which I ----C___ dates to Saturday, Juno Gtb.i J t! ecutive Imsress.i <
your To II
Is I i
to the prosecution against in of the Sentinel a to what they shall) threes outbreak prevent L stated by Washington -
Richmond do.
you Supe- may or and to save our institutions correspondents i .
rio? (Court employing me as a counsel, and will Assaults upon their action, I destruction from S of several journals, that Senator (omlntrctl Steamboat Explosion
past or let
appear present, from ts: strike the Houston had t Liverpool
in the cases for jou. Tins' I will do that c root of the evil.- .-Tho sales of / rFIPm ', June 14.-The steamer
more quarter can only have the effect Remove not been Pennsjl-
heartily from the I to chose ap I the causes and the effects will of on speaking terms his late cotton for the vania about
which these (peculiar circumstances under the column.: cur:3 r Senator ,'it col week reached 40Oc bales, of r I 70 miles below this city, eiplo-'

by the newspaper prosecutions article were(enclosed commenced a despicable, for lace __. cease1.We ]live in en eventful league Hendirson, fo tel years.WA .' which speculators took 2,00 and exporters I }i| ded her l boiler on Sunday, and the vessel was

attempt risorted to, out The TTormons Vic 1 ding. ag' and thousands ofgrove 'e.. :3,500 bales. The j burned
o/tkit State, to influence market to the
public' opinion. by means letters perrerttdto Official intelligence has been received at Washington reflecting men consider that wearo rounding !HI>GTON, June 9.-No MORE VisitATiorv. opened at a decline waters edge. I is believed
pub of that
Hcation. bv newspaper: articles, and the effrontery that Gov. dimming had been received by the a dangerous corner in our national race. We con .-Private advices have been an Jd., but the Vanderbilt's news: (fully one hundred passengers have beer
received I
of a New York Major presuming to interfere with M.nnons'wmthi kindness fees to a painful presentiment that caused a partial and the killed and are missing.
the w ith assurances from Brie- a crisist ill ere i from Commander recovery, market
rights and Rodgers of the
privileges of the steamer
people of Georgia. ham Young that his long present itself that will make closed with a decline of
That vould
all this meets my unqualified disapproKition I authority 10 respectednot every patriotic: Water Witch, at West I.G.to id.on fair
need only by himself but 1131 quake. The spirit of Key stating that a and High Water*In the 1*> t.
scarcely remark ; and to assail this impudent by all the Saint Itis reported disregard of the constitution British vessel middling qualities, and |d. on the lower ST. LOCH
house dictation this unmitigated injustice in the court that the Mormons are preparing to remove I and laws is, we fear, after all, to be the fatal. I has been dispatched after the grades. June 14.-Cairo City is inun

"orn of of the Richmond public, county will ajid\ hold it up to the beyond the jurisdiction of this government, into I rock on which we slush split and be dashed to atoms steamer Styx, cial! instructions to I dated. f looses are sinking and many float
not he
duty but I CH. add, a personal only gratification.a professional; territory be-longing to Mexico. Since the authentic I God forbid the fulfilment of such a presentiment. cease the'isitati_| lerican vessels, and I General New*. ing away. All.the stream of die Mis fswppi

An inlereskd zeal, or Affected indignation against confirmatioa .of tli-e] favorablciutelligence from Utah, The press has a high and most responsible duty: further, that the cruisers are The Atlantic telegraph cable fleet had re are risin. .
lotteries acting
is no apology for attempting to overwhelm the Secretary of AVar I despatched I to tile country to perform in this
a orders to respect : one under no orders turned from their
men i in nuLlic Gt'n new but those experiments in
i of
opinion 1847. ; deep water
fair
without a and imnartial Harn la LAck hires worthy of its mighty ,
End a number of the enginery, of its ceaseless WashIngton
.mu. to "'UIcll Irnntisen en and the ew.
aU ,,
the has electricians
are by J" news
conllitutfonalJy route for the ergies. No nobler work in Te produced a good effect in were satisfied with I '
entitled. I have examined the fact connected with reinforcement of Gen. Jomson our humble judgment, W the w(1 \ASIIGTO: June 15.-The Senate has

the case and feel satisfied the opinions paraded as I is stated that there' isa considerable class of persons can it perform t ha it by a [powerful and simultaneous i lfh ugton. working of the apparatus employed, and I. been in Executive session to-day. Senator

infallible are untenable, unsiwtaincd law among the Mormons, fur the this .at the general success of their
their by and especially young andgirb ( t rally country at critics and I It Douglas took
publication\ for the reason referred to, who mln eventful in OziIt' )is stated that the epriments occasion,as report to define .
says
The lottery unjust were Anxious for the approach of the army point our destiny, upon the absolute mcmity conference be was announced that the fleet
under his
granted privilege which you draw was as the only means of xihich exists fur the certain and tween the English House of Losds the 7th leae on t / position in regard to Kansas atlirp.
previous to the act of 1833, Jlidl the'rIoudy liberating themselves from universal and the I June, for the
n __upon the .l,, '.' ., infiu*: *.f u: i purpose of laying the I is stated that Lord has
< ntrnents ( -i for House I Xapier received
I.r Drt. IJ11nl1" ) TlJ'" 1 J 'o re\'o1tnl -- '' 3 "* -nan- 1"1 r .. al possible, upon i of Commons on the of cable
"' right Jews
I"V. all to
n1tS'1alIppn lIon to 10tteri \ offender permanently in the
rre-I \ fntanglt They desire to return to against the statutes of the ocean. some important advices from
granted. The charter of the decent State and]I hold seats in Parliament I' I Bermuda, which
Sparta Acade society.. They will now have of whatever has ended in the In tho House of
my Lottery wits granted in 182C, and thus will fall the orprtunity. sict. may be the-ir standing former Commons,the government have not yet been made public.
-- what
the presentment "That it c appliances agreeing to the principle. The has ,
result
hascxpIredb' mayvbe able formally
limitation iM ot o Atlantic Telegraph. they to bring into re I announced that if the alleged I
as stated, I deny and will maintain. It i id quisition to shield them from the will be that Rothschild will take his Late
rumored
There is that the in effects of their seat in outrages on American vessels Utah Aewn.
limitation of
no of time in the Company charge this are well founded
S law expressly and unequivocally negatives charter Bach the Enterprize has virtually ceded the line to the ('rime Unless the black waters can b stayed l I the House of Commons. I immediate explanations will be ST. Louis, June Id-Advices received'
an nrt their i made to
inference i ish rapid flooding and I here
on construction. The We back, I from Colonel Kane
the grant is gives to can scarcely credit the turne we have the .C.k. at Camp Scott, re.
stAte tie United.
trustees and to lltcir sneccttort in but if it ia issue, and sec no way Florida R. n. Comoanr.e I goverment SI.t!!
r
office, not for I.nt. well founded we hope escape from the certain I >of llmr. ,
Congress had

rafse any-specified}.-IV, -Jnft.-.....or... IhnittJ_ __:time t.J ,___but__ for a purpose_to Trill willtdrfttr tit* apprpration rn.i.lA l.i. f.!>ia Cinf.crnmcnt .. consequences.Thefirrt II.. __Iu_ : great step towards secorincvijCTk are gratified 16 learn from a gentleman i[:SECOND DISFATCA.. ] pr Salt Lake Alfrd Cammin rtture'
; .J an 01 '. ---- -- u "
trustees of the DJ-'UC" DIone,} The or suspend its un. IS lor jam jwvuc vf resoiye of this place who just returned The stock of cotton Liverpool t CiroAl
Academy,are now through payment till further' infor 11 Bnau DC BO ha direct from I at the the
letting and consummating the pnrpmse for which you ci'n it on the subject is CLtincJ The gratpfng I II the grand, central, fundamental idea t b in FernarKft: that the Florida R. R. Company end of the week ending June 3d, was 665- northern settlements in Utah 'had

was granted, and are receiving their instalment of the cul'at- Once fired ave been relieved of their I ben nearly deserted and 40,000 Mormonswere
the same lint these for disposition Go\'ernmtnt of Great Britain has mind thoroughly rot in the difficulties and 0 bales of which 57,000 were American.COlloaa. ,
are questions for the court been patent for t of the masses, who are honest embarrassments, and that the work moving o/Tiu
and not the public to try. We will to many ages t produce surprise yet still Bn- will now a Southerly direction.

argue th m, and I believe, successfully there meet and and tri if she ha% attempted t s-court complete control SUn TIle eorrupted, the reforto will be !ecmpl shed go (oman with renewed energy. We are I'

nmphantly; and the result of the issue will evi possession of the wires. Her means will found But if the people become traly hear it We believe that the \V Market *.porla.

dence that verdicts wiittcn out, or .manufactured, i a t no however artful, flinty features blush i indifferent the law shall grading on tha entire line is already comple ASmGTo: June 10.-The House to I NEW YORK, June O.-ae of Cotton today
neither suit the taste temper pride_ ditgs or meanness however i and crime be sacredly tP ted, the day struck out of the Senate's amendment .
depvndenee d exception of eleven tote I bales.
IleJJ
or intelligence 'f" Georgia,jury, I adequately punished or not, the wif mile, and S All qaaite. have lightly

of both the law and the whojeirg facts erelutirtjudyet not- We shall certainly hear more on this subject be tOD is sealed, hopelessly irreversibly sealed.] It are now rnuning from Fernandina Army bill the sum of one million two declined} qubtatiora nominal. Hour,
hesitate the utterance of their 'wl fore wa the precuner of the downfall to Gainesville distance of 75 hundred thousand dollars t' a
i O opin and long. of Rome,and some or SO {or'fortifcations._ sales of 17,000 barrel hen
the d market
con\'icions of their regard it aa we if m iles. Now the have } wta !
it
irrespective may than ever come Company! ample means The subject of
will
of from o"njuJgent ,i be ocean mails was discussed. Wheat
to
dicttion any that of take their trot bond and the rm- wih sale of 0,0 bushel*.-
m..ric. ,
Yours truly, O. A. LOCHRAYE B CAI'. PfMsmiENT RET.E is Wncoxsix.oth .- These remarks are for the work along, we shall rook to the push com In the Senate, the Indian deficiency bill Corn doll, with sales of ft/,000 bashcls. Turpentine

house of the Legislature of Lave intende <"peda con pletion of rorwar was passed and the Post
a r Wisconsin sideration of those Florida ( the enterprise at early day. So ; Office bill was steady.
passed citizens
a bill for ou
the
LAND WABRATTIT._By a recent act of punishment for the crime re-establuhment of murder in the of first capital who are banded together for purposes elow I conflict mote i be."Senne.A_ passed with amendments raising letter postage MOBILE, June ll.-Sales of Cotton today .
Congress, it said land withthe to five
i de of their cents-abolishing the (
issued un re.. A lw. anpoty State. We know privi ] bales
act of warrant g strong .etiof appears have SEVERE REBUKE. Senator franking ,0 Middling j a J.
del t taken them to be patriotic and : Davis, of bringing 11 11
S5i (: received b minds all
of the Mississippi in The sales
railroad lalds people of the State in re led reply to who made cases- of the week foot op bales.
ben false Dougla a
oteraoda open for eutry, l aden to this astray by conceptions of public and the 10,9
at more than $1 per the subject This last action of the legis -and are not insensible of duty famingar speech, reQ ke: offering flnintibgof the deprtont Receipt bal, Increase bsI.
2 wnrracta the 2.0 &
acrl l high
lature obligations 3,0
to bo received at $ ; i understood to b in conformity with a rest Tat. he (Davis) to the and Poet Office
2. expression o the popular will general of ing the upon State every, was good citizen t maintain the laws war party in time of peace neTr, or belonged peace party bidder. advertising, t te 5-16d.Stock 5,0 bales. "'reght to Liverpool

a in "
erroneously intimt a feW I limo of war.
WASHINGTON, June 11.-The Senate to June. 0- -
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dav COO bales, 3rn1 l quotations( arc nominal.- From the AV urypor (Man) Herald. -\ If your Hair Is-harsh-- --, ------= ==___ __._______.___4_-_--I.L-- ---- -_s.i'IEIV -. -__

v>al,., of llou) 17.000 barrel- with n (inn Mxititituitii.-More than four.,cventh of the war- I Uarrof Wood hair Keatortdre I SWAN & CO.'S Lotteries I NEW AEEANGEMENTI bTOKE-NEW GOODS.WEBEE .

,tiiark"' anel an advance ot 5c jHr barrel.lurp11tb1t .-' ridges in Ma-cadtu.ctt' are union;* the foreign born I Ir f If your Stair Is Gray
WI1 lt it the most j Ue ProfWoo.11 Hair R itorttiT .
siniplo of ;;
I *lea Ilosin buoyant JtSl 50 foreign Urn can afford to get meri-lol\.reason nul 1 the*-the .I IfyourlTalrliiThia, TRIUMPHANT & NNnEIEB.
L tire IMIU u.mio| nml! n* UM rrof WooH' halt jesWattve.
tii si t -j lor conmon.I thin ,uus>t W, so l l'mg ,n our ----- MERCHANT TAILORS
If
eitra'- s nt nofflifo, ttir'ie. In ,! ]lit, I I jou *re BklJ SWAN 4. CO'S draw I On the Tallahassee and Pensacola & Geo. ,
June ? continue to as I
:
iiiKLE ro'v, 11.1 -Sal ;s of cotton t here It; % ir vrn i i'eifle ; t' o Prot Wood's flair ReMorstl'O. usual I AID DXAUU IWREADYMADE
m.re t''strtett, tcul'nj to ,l.-pr an 1 1tuKiit I I If you tare NirTirt.nlIrsHjclne -. without interruption.SuAN I RAIL-KOAD
.. t'.i\' 1,000 bales t cttit&1 CLOTHING
i at j pikes ranging from N} eoriu1t on-q.u4 t 'it 444(1-1 I'
c from \:* I-jvf "Wood
the ree ,ruof Ha r Eestorath .4----
all;|
I-J*' 'fins maiket i is columns tIe| t!,Jll4 iind, tLe If you have Dan il CO'S Lottcrifii
t to unchanged.VA of all the iic -Iruff, are legal i fy and after AND
r, per* than American-._ Friday the 4th of June. the fraig-ot
<- >N ui, June 1 11.-Sales of cotton 700'I1irv Our father* u el to tell of the (piuflip.icy e>f Pa:5* ;' tIe Trot IVood' Ila'r Cestoratirr.If And Authorized by the STATE of GEO.! V J and passenger Trains on these Roads will be f-4TLEMEN$' FURNISHING GOODS.H .
heir have
,, tk'! $ i a fair InMreii* 1.11 of the mj*Wi<.s of New York-a I JOB EnipUons, Tfte lat,' ; -;-;; : I I run tn wnLly. as follows, (sjundaj cxcepteJ :) -- -
> t ill aCti
taam mostly to ( rity no far Itehin.i n\ in )-tmi.e.: | And making Vie FrotSood's Hair KettoratiTf :fIt, niue oirjinil ias t/ovn (hat I i Vetvt'n TallaJiztvt and Si Ifarkt I 'T'11)) 8USQRIBIRS are stow -. ntI 'n
t pr /
,, J- j tfr eiz.e. how ltr U New York : : our pri'aare 1.r.ivt' Tnhialmsce I tb-s Stor* next ty evsrc. O. A J VejnaJ\
ah nd of Use Prof. Tl ood's. Hair -f tind Mondays, Wednesdays, auI Fri. 1
our other eitie* antI Kc b>ralire.If jHtt jmftrtunl'y. i/cit one schemes nut. weB ...4WfJStevi
\ iw Iwitk, June 15.-Sale* of Col ton toJu 'the tiiue w hen a n ife v tts a help towiutT meet"Once" wa"< you desire to prewrre the Color, are eileral't/ai trmothtr I-ucer1 (hay) it 11 A II (except the Iftth and 29th of each i; suMiiMi C,00Da. ewh! of efvOL'ATLSXi SPKINO HsJ JLL

ri.OOO bales. 'Jlus marktt is 1 aul make it read rn.-re to eat, Use Prof. Wood's Hair Rentiralive. AV TJI/ WOJtLJ) month, when the Trams will leave at 9. unless those
Una for truthfully.
AW Uu-t e.f our MfUmof I you dr Iro not to mote the Color, days shall fall upon Monday Wednesday or Friday, :!? ;' WEAK.

;ii) .Idling I pLom!* rt 11J ct!. I INur female Inch) ,h. fiinulc education fei : we have 1 Use Prof Wood' Hair KestoratiTC. Trill I: following Scheme will be dia"n by S. Swan as per Schedule for P. t 0. R. R. in which cio the consisting ia part of French tad English ClotU. CMimere -

: OJI.KA\H, June HI.-Sales of cotton I seLouls aud ft male heavens eollej'e Ouh mle nu-licnl I tyo want a Cheap Article, Jt; Co. Maongers the Spii la Academy Lot ,I hour of departure will be aa usual at I I.) and vestiag of the latest style and best quisi-

j I j learned l and trIte they can sin?, dance girls are refined,I tT,e Prof. VTont Hair fleatoratlee. Uiy, ip each of tLeir Single J uHiber lotteries fur j Arnve at St. Marks. .. .. 1216 P.M. ity, which they rfr prepared to make op to order in

\ eerm1! 00 bales 'llieiiiaiket, is firmer, |I os paint, talk Ireiuh and Italian, and ,nil riavi'iitnI tie ecft fyou admire the Beautiful Lock, JULY, IbjS, at Augusta, Georgia, in public, onI j j I Leave St Marks .. .. .. 3.39 p. M, a workman like sod fashionable manner, and.oa RXA-

I Iut quotations are unchanged. .iles for three I| .l langtiaj, write Poetry, and love like Vonu*. Use Prof Woo'l. haIr flcetoratlve. der the MIpeniiteudeneee.f Commissioner (except on Tiiday, when the) train will leave at 3)) portents TEEMS. Afro! a. good ortmeot of

lf.300 biles i fIi.'y are naly t.. be e-uitcd it ten and If you admire the Beautiful Kinglets, 67at2 lsnws on Saturday, July J. 'P5S Arrive Tallahassee . . 443P.M., EEADY-MADE CIOTHIlfO
,
,, M s > and years can ,
icciipls for the tatne I be taken frcui x.hool and iiwrr<] at fifteen, and di01 Use Prof. Wood's Hair Er toraU e. Clalf 23 Draws vn Saturday, July lu, ifl. (except on Friday, when the train will arrive t 4 16)j ) consisting of Fine Black and Colored Cletb Frock

tii'K1,000 bal? I.ri 1.tl tour Use Prof. Wood Hair 6m 25 liters on Sdtnrdav Jit fa the line of
--- can coquette and flirt at the watering Eestor tlt 21, 1B58 Mail Strameis plying between New Orleans Colored Raglans and Ovei Coats, Black and
FwniDi March 1858. |p UH, and bhiue like-an'ditat winter parties. But j t If you wish Face tree from Pimplen, (less 2t(* Dia'i's on Saturday, Jvlj 31, 1858.OY Key West and Havana which arrive at, and Doeskin and simere Pants, Figured Grenadine Fancy
J He-iven Le kinl to the Use ProC Wood'* Title Pet"ntlfeIf depart from St. Marks the and
jHor u retch that luatnos in on 15th and 29th of each Fancy Silk and Cassimera Wsts.
rit Editor
:-I sonic time for the wish TilE I'LAJ OFSM
'
agw amusement fj'hioimMe e'.rclfliat arc they at you tu appear] Young, GLEJflMBSRS. month.

.. i'ie' fullav 1115 tlileli, and es it is not a cari floors? Oh. we f..r.t nobody Iiac bare washing floors I. U e Prof. Wood's flair Rtstoratlrc. On Pni-'AeoIa & Georgia Rail Road a Tri-weekly -ALSO-

fire but an ..ttciolt ot jwrtrajincr a eddingsecn* n' v-how vulgar that voull be1! WLat are tln-v 'j ,If you want testimony! om-rahelming. 50,000 Tickets I train will be run on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fni i A good assortment of black and fancy silk oravat

> :il years ago in the hnd of flowers Ifore 1 nt making bread and holing beef? Why, 1 how j II Read the Circular of t'rof.Yont's Heir EcstoratiTe.i 5,485 PHIZES ; days : and ties, shirts, merino, s.lk and cotton under shirts

v- .- wet 11) flcquaintcel itli the 'have thoughtlcbtweare-to be sure they w ill U'ard. or 'i you The wart total it, iCALLY ONE PRIZE TO KVEKY NINE TICKEUTi! Leive Tallahassee . . .. . 1 A. M. collars, socks, gloves, and the I U at 114
jicojile Depot Market The
t wr\ant
A\hat
at, 3L* Louis UisnourL subscriber
ore Arrive
they at mending oil j at Station No. 3 (Walker's Mill are new beginners end not entire-
r :ipt in it to ae royalty in our i>oods then elotn! &? Rut th Tfeare again the 137 It U also aoIJ by every jwpulw Druggist in the city GNIFWEXT SCHEME tTJ Leav' Station No. ) 850 A. M. ly l unknown to the
aq.- fashions I anJ 3. . .. .. . 9 A.M. community, antI they ple< I i-.'I it, me o ludicrous] I *rotu thw h.tittyi.1etcti j change M> often thai nobody has old eluthesbut the i j Febrnsryt,1-t5.country BE DRAWN EACH SATUIiD\T IV JUNE J A-rive at TaJlahass'-e. . . .. .1040 A. Id. themselves to give satisfaction to all who may favor

; i'lighten toy friend* and show them that rag men and th" paper i niikeM now \\ hit are i 6-1 yUrm I Frye of. On Fiulavs an accommodation them with their patronage.J. .
: .fiOOji) Train
royalty tM. they at waJiiiu 'Inti"a! f.ief and = 4 Prizes of. .$'400 will leave the :
at re toy here, nouhcre ;in eomj ariM>n to the trousers* And here our intolerable pinuin uj> tit ir | iOOC 4 ,, .801) Tallahassee Depot for Station No. 3, (Walker's Mill) WEBER,

,acltro l*, a, it t ia trntttf-i'\.rt>.k, names or : ole, hating dililVirtu I,. left to lupid.tv Irish' onre I . 10,000) 4 . 700 at -i 30 P 31, and arrive at Station N*. 3, at 16 6 P. L, DANNI1EIMER.
place
ne-t | J L t.lv thihk-of ha\ii r tjhe What 1 . iOOO 4 .600 M. Leave Station No. 3 at 6, and arrive at Talla _May iitii. 18
i- deseril eliilJrenttLOT.thcr
given or d. Somewhere ia !South nou Or 1 hassee at 7.15 P M.
. 4.OO '
rjnda d.c 'is to ur.f POUT OF SO 500
ntunate, don't sto' bT. MAKKS.
I some jears ago the writer wait i mi ted to ii,ures to l egii Vtilh, and put thin vt I . 3,0001I 200 A HACK leaves SL Mark on arrival of the Train HEWGOffilHffiGflOltOK!
it ui.Ming and break down boarding nhool nfli'r- a for Newport and returns time
in to
as it was called. Hat uiutl-tv \e rejw-at-vtc Iwve lOt) . 125 | connect with the !

u'wine cuiio ity to oe the Mor2d ia its various ti. re v<, .ni men lut-itatof nj grt>come w old before to a jMnut they MjrI5. U.J maul li'AltVEl\fitap1r.laI5aJlih: fromX 4 '4 . 3,000 230 100 I II I up Train to TalLiba.e J THE ,

Pare
I.MJ-O-. I a 'c-j>ted the invitation and went, and it* (au dni.'o wlnthvr they! can litci-ry, aol afuruttr.fs OrUtui. Len naiw. tiny fur K< T t, I-H, Approximation. T'rrr from" Tallahassee" to St Marks .. .fl.OO -
: k ":s 4.I..r l o'l: r : ( ci.rAr.ED.M.tJIRIEU. PrireoftIOO approV- to 70.000 to Station No. 1, Peu. & FALL MD fTKTERn
:ylwa I as folluu: (m it is truth f .s.t .....1 i .: prize are$1.GOO Ceo. K. -
> |! A 1 SCO 25.000 R.. . .. .. .. .. co
jurtKular) The old genU uan went from LOU e KT le life-are &iwr- TiMiie hading \irtuous life ?- 1,200 Pre fiom Tallahassee to Station No.
.
)li< a < (tnnghbor* gcnonlllj C to 10 luiles hi i titi'4' f-ir ,notlwrs to know, that the estratagintf 4 .,, ff.j 0 'f,
,: -Lfl. t'ie' tu onThut apj.it) they on< I'rajo i* do-tnulivc'of the virtue On the 20< of Ma j l by the Km U. IlEvirci TVDI-JGS, 4 100 6.009 400 I Mill)). .. .. ... .. .. 1.00
; conijiauy come >J.imxl, ?>r. MM. J. ( .1RfloLL, of Madison .
of t i4It children hut all the foe>li-h count> Fin, lo HIM rpHE undersigned
t xperditunsnialing ,, H now receiving his Stock of
r-.tni M>le, to lii darter married. M tty K. '4 t3 1,600 200
we On tlie WALIvLU
:: to rtili their daughters to j.-couddaugbWre/ftlir llou Da nlWalktr Frriji-ls cntirrfcdfn Ptnmcofa
: J named the ecrujany ad a>LletI, on a very i iretttdof anstteiing that eni 1, tending matrimony to destroy, are, (Jeflenum <">untv, )H I*. 5.000 prizes of 20 are. . . .. .. .100,000 | be paid on (telncry ofyootlt I which wants neither ia Quantity, Quality GOODS or St>l#. s

H i.1uI! tvtning. without eloud it the institution e>f niarriajre altogctiicr.He I FHOM ST MAKh'S TO
a to mar *beautyniu'icg 6485 rizcs amounting to. .. . . .$320,000 KTATIOX\\ i t 3 ; Embracing for the Ladies
to mind the oil adajt, "Uct cd 1 die I -- Montvale Springs I Cotton per bale. ... . .. .. 8i 100 ,
a I>eclJii It. WHOLE TICKETS $10 IJnvis ?5 ; QUARTERS $2j. I Tobacco in Boxes per lou Ibs. .. .. 25 25 I Silk Robes a Quille, Side. Stripe Dethain RoU.
I i .i. the tau chiDcscii. At that time a sat all othtiure The following o-iNotle: i'i the ikLato in (the EAST T E N X Ek S EE, 1853. | Corn and other gram in sacks per bushel,.10 l'O 10 'I Flounced, Challis '

-. u alnay* frjin* who ehiim to Le the bott Methoi'ist (Jcner.nl Conrerencc, on-the Ujth, rB 14 CiRCVI in seal tit l any thoicing vita ify-mr ties plea
1 ttnlil'* and one M Lo eLtuned tub. of the elite of onr a motion to raise tho VISITORS from the South will have no detent'on Hay in Bales per 100 Ibe. .. .. .. 2 25 Robes.
silarjof
t al Lime arrtr as they call it in high M\Ie drau i Ihiallop'a'neWhO The Trains now connect promptly I I Lime, Cement, Slate,Plaster and Guano China Striped Olace. Printed Merino Robe..
,
woods wac in the chuirat the titian is a t th it }point, reaching Knoxville nine hours sooner eif| TVVaC3 TV ill be sold at the f-Ilow- j io packages per 100 Ibs. . 25 25 ; Satin Plaid Poult de Loire. Delain ill
a j.iney cart, cotere-d with a white corer quire a laconic affair, unj .1 refreshing exhiU- tl an ln't summer By arrangement* made with the I rat,, which i* the risk Bar Iron per ICO 25 25 All Wool Dekins.MANTLES.

irAttu Ly four blind horin tingle file accompAI I or' of unselfish devotion to duty : staqe; lines, \uitors will reach the Springs from Knoxville Certificates Package of 10 Whole Tickets., .? ) ll other goods per lbs..2. .. . | ISO 30 3

,. c 1 i-j wife and three bounciagtliuhtera. dretl (I.; \v. D). lIarr'i-I move to raise ((2t miles,) four hours earlier thin lant season, a ii 10 Half 40 limn T1LL.IIL1SSEEtoS7'ATIO-V1

.'i kill its they Urnie-d it. >ot l-eing g >od ut fenx I Ilt.ii1 I'ajne's salary to $ iOO. Bishop I j thus eating fourteen hours'! There is alao a good line I. 14 10 Quirter -" 20) j I Cotton per bale. . . .. .. 25, J37J 50 3 : OF STaRT ViTIEJAI. A.tO 1zr1a.Embroideries .
I 10 .
of .
fr Eighth 10
Mages m Loiuhn to the (
l tC fiaia you nJ4 czcu-e the leeriptien. Eaeh The Char! -I tieclii! ie it. | Booties the usual aceesoneoflicaltb Spring*. to be Ia ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the |I Tobacco its Boxes per 100 Ibs. . . .. 121

I r lud vu a Uu iuu-4ia J N>ey, a cro* -lwind (;. U'. I 1). Harris 1 beg the llisl.op tu be n mountain air and the had money to our Urets for the Tickets ordered, on re- 1 j j Corn and other gram in sacks per bushel 5 S 5 OF avanr KTD.Valeoceoe .
scenery, KDde.r'ij'vd can of which will be Salt per sack. .. .. . . . 25 25 Maltose and Uoniton Lac
.aiiittu tdvirt. three lows eatirel with Et-i. more and more ConfiJ cupt they forwarded by first mail a.
recommend
inagnolutl.uJs ntly these j
aalTSm Hay Bales 100 Iba. .. .
; in per . l2ji2Lime
(fur it wai ia KVee May.) with bracelets on 'H.e Chair-I hare declined sihries! before. the care ol dieeae.-s prevalent at the South ; cspe Pjrchiwers letifl3tP.can have tkVe's ending in any figure they | Cement, Slate, Plaster, and Gu. BONNETS, BELTS AND TRIMMINO RIBBONS.

ii! .r arms of CucL-Lia \ored with Indian Beads, i I Let me alone, sir. and culh which(j'is<.ases indeed on imteil in disorder of the Liter, I may'lilt( List of D:-ut n Numbers and Prizes will bo auo in packages per 100 Iba. 12 121112* i The nndei signed would also call the attention cftuc 1

.. Ui e clear glow t * 15 15 1P
.|
u I iui t._) Uje Itght of |ii.. torebe sltone ac 1
fut is thapo 4a. The LriJa-> drt-k>eJ ia pure The Chair-'llic brethreniU please let ort is invaluable ,I plain and give their Post Office County aril) State | LDWAKD IIOUSTOlJiX, f HATS. CAPS. rjfc

u i inusi.n, with a tiara of gla** ld encircling tre' aor.e. j re>s ,essnu great natural adva"aps( the propne- r.Remember' :abl full without that elrtluction.every Prize u drawn and l'ref. f- Stlperlnlendi | BOOTS AND SIIOES.PLANTATION \g
t orn last bcgauknnd pa ''m 13 1833.
sear through the fall February 7-3m
h i r 1 t'i..w. NH lu-l on a large green Veil which (J.V.. D. Harm-V ll you allow ns to t er stud f pi inff. have continued a serbs past of win-- *,:wAll prizes if $1,000 and under, paid imrae- II I GOODS,

fT r .i lud t" herlorely fret, ttlich n t>; iocajed in > Tolof i und tnibtlh'ahmtnU, which they behc\e improvemcnts Mill I diitelv after the drawing-other prizes at the usuJI I Kerseys 01ev-P i- ..a. f a ;mz sod Reps,

; V i i >% lii'io sboef, BO. be. Tile groom and attu 'j ji 'ilioCLair-I u ill not. mak< it the ico t attractive -watering plate in tie 1 1 time of thirty day*.. Try and keep cool in these Exciting Times SalniU Stnpca <>iiiiKeU, .
Sou III.ilr I Ail nimani'lations strictly e'onfitiantia?, Marlboroug bt.ipea and Kus.seta and black Shoes
.; v 4 re all sttatMirg, Address Orders for
-* : fie Domini niiet \ aa i S .ta the driveit anew. G erally the eoiu la Illliioio.. Ga.) n conducting in person these improvements j fc>. SAN ev: CO., Augusta, Ga.C5T" Heavy Cotton Osraburghs, irgioit all Wool Licmeye.

1 i pr< M.Bt were elrt'K-oel alike ceqit the Parson. I V.teiitrox: J unc' 10, 1S. S.A together v-'lh! the J'arms aol 1 Gardens attached. He I Persons residing near Montgomery, Al*.. or ] BY the Express Packet Brig General Bailey, fif J | 4-4 brown and bleaeb- Wool Hats.ed -

u :i w.n L 5 .' to do Li despafrh receiiod here fiom Sprinjfie'l l, and the public, aol 1 2"-.rF8 them that it in his unCia&in j time, by addressing S. Swan & Co., at either of those 35O Tons more of this summer luxury and which Brown and bleached Shec Complete assortment of
.-. i rls vjvux-d duty on this aoleiuu I Illinois lI sis tit the ndini'iis'.ration, coin-en- ,* aim to h'rmte their comfort and happiness I Cities we desire to dispense to all in want on application tinge, Hardware.CARPETING .

i I-'n. A the liruK came (ram the dre4ng lout \\Lich met tliere veEterd.iy, \\rs fully at- a= his guests at Montvnle. Oi7,. 'fields for sale ly ii:. 31. U'KST, at our ICE HOUSES at St Marks or New Port, at C

i I.:, tlu I 1..ft, by the /WuVr, the groota met hr tiuiied. John Doi'ghcity was nominated for WATT, LANIER Is i v..l Jnne 19.1P58. 25-121 when Tot required to be cut, and nf 3 cts. Throe Ply and, Ingrain CarpttJ,
lltll Kml. draw -
i that proen ecrtaui, dod State TieaMircr, and cs-Cioviruor I'eynoids __ Jf5f" A Lick of the numbers that are drawn from under 100 pounds per quantities Park Rugs and door Matt,.

1 i. it. all wants t. eee yelir pretty ptctmr" She for School -urnhtcntent.; T i3tp noniiun- An Ordinance the wheel, w ith the amouut of tl-e Prire that each Stockholders will be famished a* heretofore at 2 AH of the above mentioned article, will be sold

I r. n Vd tier veil aed her lovely eottnteuance was l lu.ns indicate iinniistaK.ihly a ore is entitle! to, \uil be pbhehtt alter eiery draw Cents per pound in any quantities desired, and transportat.ori upon as good terms AS can be bought of any Hoos.
traightout
t. light T. Cal's'! an OrJinamv tii'i'lttt An OfiKuanrf tnttlaWtih jag;, in tile f'll'in-ing papers: Angus's (Geo) Con in the City.
:
\ with UmJicVhilet paid to TalkhaJMe R R.
between But
tony on the floor, tho Douglas .ml administration DpoL or -
: factions an l rtr1fitf tl JftrrL ttttitionaUat NeO Orleans Delta Mobilo -
>r < t f>f the CtJj f>f Register, tiers with
blankets
I or boxes must be forwarded D. C. WILSON 3
f r i- >ti a.ked if they had a ring as be eoald not of the dunocra: p.utj" T lalascr.trndfvr othtr pur pot f*, tas((J 21*< I Chtrlcft' Standard. Xa-Lville Gazette, Atlanta In- j St Marks Ice IT .
"
ri the c.-rvtaony without it. fly <;ieiui," J lv. IrSi. I tcl' enecr. New York Werkly Div Hook, Sivannih [ ARD TIMES with
I
Weather
warm male tvh
,-\ ho <.r xrtiif I Jid not know it wan needed" (Kr T -cnt\ -five thousand dollars sro Sr. n-N. I. 11 F.,, t1 filti.liiiit itt1 I MonatijT News, Ricl niond Ii-pitch, New York Dis- ) tml'iiijyj; / -nc1* agaiast the credit system, that our
in the din ('ouieil 4Sf TiiHafta Tint tie I patch, Pjulding ((3Li- ) C'iricn! a-u.] lialtlle>el, Isabella '
1 t64rdayotcd Senate *
> i th<* rvtnony could nut |irweeed without it, } for changing f. gui.tr mar : terms mil! be cash, or weekly pa/meoU loom regit- House
Ark.) Tint Democrat. ; ; .
k et hours shall ( I :
be fion li ,
t the o'd mnsket lay- Jit in the ni' Ian
; !Jnto breech 'rung nntil tuatomer NO YES & LADD
j.r..vund
a cf old -loading Proprietors
[ nag an pair of maarttuyilm.r gons Oiirht o'clock A. M Nov. 14, 1857 4GyNotice.
from the first Otobcr I
to St. Marks 22 ALBANY.OEOROIA.
May 1338.
The Senate &bo 21 [bent
,,iiuui when he 1'1'14II1dIV1 to the endowing ori : piss-ed bills .-proprialing (the first of March ; and from
:i k. was (laiticiiLir to titian Ida worldly goods 83S3.X( 0 for the Hoii..1 t.20ttowri of It0.000 -..-.? t r ,,-i.l ..... -'.K.t, A. M, AU.U ttnf ft Iff or ?rjirtllto I -

:i. I 'it.d mart, two e<,w and culve, a tnattra'p.: $.> for the 1)1) I'aso Wagon llonte. nnil the fir-t ofOetcber-utuitl that eo mu nance af>revd as is i'se'onivteiit berets ith l>e aol 1 lL- >3 Georgia and Honda Railroad is
fclCO.OOO() to extend that route to tire, the uislersigueii administrator of the ,
1 .w and t$ir<: with theie 1 thee endow.e r bv then Albuqueroue same is hen by rcpealo*. PAS'EO Jnnt Itti, isa. of Antonio 1iotiIo I deceased, late of Leon county listati, i R. l"nvxci: : A. Co now open for the reception of theTRAVELING

ing ji i>w fasten <'0 y ni to that they can't be taI D P. HOOUIi iLtendant. eii: present 1 hls fiiiil cju.it aud vouchers to the Managers, Pl'IiUC.'
I-n f>r Tic! Committee on :.Militaryfiaiis reported CiuiiLrs htTcitNoN, Ckrk. the 3Iarvland! t:tte Lotteries, present the fol- ftor
ii'tsfiu vliUkcy debts. (I believe liquor Judge of Probate of said county and ask to be dis OF The I1ous
nI Prni'ire
: an approbation rf $ IUbO,000( for June 10, l '.S 23notice. lo-fug Splendid SJitmcs aa uts TI-c rreels
continuing
nlv then had charged.. 1' A b"INE
v tobacco and red in it AdnjtV. M elttirmmed
|xp}>er pat -it1 tI- rnAe it aFIRST .
f and the For JUNE
fortifications June lff. 1653uTfC ti-6i
increasing at 1858.
w-- I ,-i.l r<. thty learnt *trjchnino.. The-fur .
: .. LlleeI Portland, Lake Clnmpl: Staten Island I -.- CLASS norm .
,
tliib I ---
i lutcresting occasion dioired all their i MEETING of the No. 604. '
finery Hal imore Jli.-lifiia.ul *. StocU-.Mcrs cf t'e Tala. S .a einticn and hopes by strict attention to the
lily
I Tioiida, robihNew JL pjrcbatfrs of Tickets to *?war_ of wants of his
tin.1 made a heart ache but he i hassec Rail Road Company I.1 be held OuesU, to merit
many young men L Oih-ans I Sm Fra'icitcu.-Jour. nc- ordenri Tickets in Lotteries where patronage of the Public. :
.
an. of Comtnfrcr extraordinary
( iitrlit hy and many were heard to nay, if weu cording to a resolution passed at their list Annual l large Capitals are offered for a small cost of Ticketsall Ja. II DURHAM Proprietor.
June 0.Gn I Meeting, on the 2nd Wednesday of Julj next tOR Rr TOZrSG l EltTAl* L.LiS TO Albanr. Ga.
((14th May
I such
: t.. k' ail this and dresstoi ,) are swindles. 22. 1858 21-ly
.p up Inyh faluli at 10 o'clock, a ui at the Office of the Compare.TUOS MARKET LN THE; The Lotteries
Maryland
: ljF I .n, ni and all tith doin deviN I have been in existence for
we poor can't { '. MILTON.e have heaid several of \RNAR1)* ), Sco'y. STATE OF FLORIDA Forty Ycirs. They are drawn by a State Officer, Family Groceries.
fi! ini to but Lave to it off until the In June 10I8n8. 2,5-4k
and
uiarrj put be
can relied If
lie Deli-gales! to the late Democratic Con 4 on you draw a Prize, you willet JIcXAUGIIT
Iui, idruv ofTan-1 elo a* our father IKfore; us, put tention. ppoA of the mild and nciliatory ; Plantation for Sale 1 )URSUANf te a provision in tl e Cereial Ap-- I g your money. The whole country is flooded wrh OKAIOXD, &. CO.,.

it with the squire to marry us end take our Gal I course of (Jen. Milton. OITUATED L p.of nalion Act of ISth August, 1S56, placing B ogus-.Lottery concerns. Beware of them. ARE receiving from vessels! in port a small and.
without all this new angled Lard fseariu. Totally regardless in Columbia count v. State of Florida, under the control of the General Land Office, FLOnIM Order in the Maryland State Lotteries. supply of OROCERJLd
Eyo I O inelitdint
of self advancement, he made a f.ivoraUe twenty four miles South of Alli-ator. It c>nsi tsof aridoned C
offee.
G ith a fe-ller now a days is loosin all I very Military Re-serve NOTiCE u hereby Maryland] State Lottery. Sugar, Lard, Ac, Pate Brandy sad Wine
>owcr over four hundred acres of fine Marl aol
| impression Clay Liud.- that fiom and after Also Oils PuiaN
upon many not previously acquainted given, Monday, the fifth day of Ac. .
the dais and can't 11og them in to place as dads lia* \\ith! him.YavUa\ 'fund. There arc a'l nccepsary r nil
done on oar iiiarms, Gee \\1idai\\ ft, but how the many other improvements have been made, and s pirtof I the following towush'pa md parts totrnshipi Jieretofore CLASS K, I
; tune* (hang. -- the land now ni rultivation Coni-taiit Water c-i I resorted for the use ot the late To be drawn In A large and complete stock-of Ladies, Gentlemen
Neighbor* too thickcan'I I Military Postal Baltimore City,Jane ISM.
getting 19th
I h1osonsrutr-A large iinpoitir in P.uk Place' the t Land for man and bea>t. (;co.i titles will be Paatl.a! will be te-t-sreI 1 atts nd Children's Shoes. Boots and Bootees. Also
a
to mirL I sa.
mote non without tve have the for the who Was to cut dovn salaries and 1 lll open Drawn BaUoU( out of 79 jg% l let stock of Ge oda
pictures con.jK.5ltd through mveii Tlierp isalsJ a Tract of '(hul Himinrck aJ Dry > comprising in
I lo at sale I
entry at the Lan 1 1 Grand part Lady's
private CMK-e True
at St. of-----4 10).Goo
out hit e-sta'jli-hmcnt I 1 Vnae of... .... Dress
: Gals to make new dresses by e ery month, drive to dunnir the late finnuicial en-.4 joining the same wLicf. cm t be purchased /ny one Augustine, the annie having been heretofore offered I 1 Prize of ---.--- ---- 12, TT in FriTi-i of------13.000 Goods, Prints Linens, plaiu and drilled.
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meet in in I nd in s pr9)etilV! again j> -rcJied on li tanner," wi hii.tr to celtic in this County would elo mil to I 1 i.i.o 10 Bleached and Brown Domestics.
our four-horse j-ine uoods couches, ntid I Ins I at pubbc File, viz.S'i : ---- --- ---- iJyw Ooaborgs, Yarn,
nil I restored Mlario: t<> th.'ir former amount, t..,*Mher give me a call, as I will g.vc A baa n m my place. I a 5oos 2.W 20ftS3 AcJLc. ALSO -
such dreadful doins, e-nongh to mate think ith >u'/i of the bdf Hue and East 1 aaoo '
one arrearages and interCit.-Juinnol of Cointnine Any information can be given, by adur smg me at I of llic j>rincipfil 1 ...... .... b.ws) 65 .100 A small but good assortment cf Hats Cap Cloth.
FttrnJay is changed clean wrong ride out Presently Tubttnuccec P Columbia st rioiiJa.C Meridian 1 a W) i ing Shirts ,
countr, E as- .... 60 Collars, Neck Ties, Ac, ic.
I ........ ; together
? IhcardoiieoflLelioysMytoan I NCOLIJXS. Kecti<'H3 19 to SJ inclusive .. aiuo M M with
<-thcr"Jgzarn- | II township 9 ; the '- SISC4 4i> a general assortment of all other article usually
inc-if there iMi't old Motherpelter fixin top- ft T 'oriis.-Dr. I)'VI.T..X most re-'jx-clfullj thanks all .Tune n 1K5R 25 parts r-f tiiunusld1s 10, North and West, of the St. 1I .-.-.-. .-.-.-.- .-.-.-.- 5,"W 27 I.MO 041 ..... 20 wanted
those chn tiae tiononil IHIII c-ttb th fir Johns llivpr, Htd the functions of township 11 West I --- 6jO"0W5 19 '
!S pulrona e >iuriDMs --- --
I.er" there ,
ure
enough we' the old woman va h- v MI lien?, ,m
her fretm the milk pail, and nftcr going to the veil 1 p'-rsn nr )fF0115, liowetrr will Lnnc&i or ottivrtt'ttc. ulio : hcctioiu 19 to 36, ineu! i\e, of township 9 ; all of *'d, ilalucs fS, Quarter J2J> E'ghth t.25. Iron, Hoes, Spades. Shovel, Plows, Straw Cutters, -

.Iit. poured tome water from the well bucket and I I might alt(01.11" pra jne 10 I i'.n ra ( r tI hating nc,'lred towneLip 10, and the fraction township 11, North Ortilirtec: o1)SWhole............. .... Corn Sheller. Shelf Hardware, Crockery and
.uTe it a rinse or two, went out and milked the k-'a.eia frnn lilTi, no curb au'li'T.* I ain? Ut'n gi\lag Io and East of Dnnus Creek and Lake Jlattqe 27. . eo.W-. 2
gave to come to jg *
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supper'j unj remain ID Qumcv fotlr 2afs fice, nt the City of Washington, this 4th day -. Liquor, always on hand, and rtplepished -
i nejiB. n cow 111, and all caiue in to supper I I IwluJi ofifcy 1658. by each arrival from

confuted of sweet taters, hominy, and the -- & CIIATTAIIOOC II CT, 1UOS. A. HENDRICKS, Corn. HAVANA PLAN. New Orleans, to meet -

iik 'ieh from the cows. The groom and bride: ptcia1 UotIcc. ; May 29-, 1863 23
ht I 11.> do the honors of the table, and it tr ,uMIia U. S. Mail Line NOW IqIBLISJIED, All the ncmbers put in the wheel, aal every Prize AND S
ro SALt
I in AT FAIR
PttlCJg.
t. uone your heart good to have seen Low they ( THE GREAT ENGLISH EEMEDY. SoiXa.1W ools.ly: ; AND FOR SALE II V THE /'t th. '* J'liiH which put it the another. Newport. Apnl_24_ 165$. 1J I
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t, <- \ e 1 it, aud every now and then taking A diink I Ii SIR JAMES CLAUSE'S Ctu-nmiiFD FEMALE TILLS Leaves Milton Tuesday's and Pfidaifs at 10 GENERAL dl (;EXT OF THE WORK, l>tairHt, irtry Prut ctJfatMoaed ur iws ovf.mode of

: i !i u!re tobacco and red j eppcr rotgut tilii-Ley I Iu Prrj art J fio>H a f>\rrijittou nf isr J Clarke, 3f o'clock, a. m. C. DREW Bookseller Maryland State Ks-SELECT SCHOOL.

g: nli :a various names of IJranoy, Gin. Ac.. Ac, to j| D J'/iyxtciiin irtritan! nary to the'Queen. I Leaves Chattahooclice Tuselay'.s and Sa'itrday's EXTA"K CLASS Lottery. TIlE UNDERSIGNED begs lea,. to inform .
t4 j TbU invaluable 7, th
ienthm uatil the fun grew (tt and furiou-, J medicine n unfailing In the core of all j after the arnraJ of thf Steamer KSOXVILLK, FLA, JL citizens e>f Tallahassee and *
from To be drawn vicinity that
in Daltimnre b.
i tlio e painful and ding<-rous dsa.wa to whuh the fomalo I Md, gatur'st, Jone Mth, 1553 pro
i i-HI.J) them to cast away their cow lithe shoes.. | Apttl chirolnantl tte Stage from TallnJiasfrc poses to open a Select acUuol. for the
j Prizes
constitution is
nl It 20.660
>joct. mode-rate* all excess and remove | THE HISTORY S ANTIQUITIES 40,000 Tickets f i tcnction
(. i -. and all flew to the yard, sw opt it up clean and I 1 all obstructions, an>i a speedy cure may t>e relied on. j F/a., and JiainfiriJge, (ia., srLxslsiD scnnxt. rience in teaching vfyouth.m this Having I had considerable rpe
city
,
i 1.11 n.eJl dance, called TO XABJilED LAVU3 j OF hope, by nntino zeal
Tnlgaily a !tag Dunce I 1lv GOOD TlVO-1lOiSL' HACK 24 0 ainromos fwUjunr K"'ffiJ 'fratfcA-rtTe-wm
ta
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nh place and our Pari-on, now InpMy mellowed 2 U is p vul'ariy! united.l It wUl, tn a short time, bring on the j ri HJS LINE is now m f'ri5.rit.t. TL. -.-.,t. &7I 4t'.7Jf, J-L.-s. 41--- ". '. 5t"U. 1 ... .... .. istso 4 committed to my charge, both ia ufeo with"tboce torogress
1.ot'it1ot', ct the tiddle the --t--" JL Stock has been renewed, with new and comfortable -- 1 .... .. .. 4,0110 1) --- 251)p and morals. reM'"
| ji'iJling away to | Eat1! bottle,pnee One Dollar,belies the GOT rniocnl6Uir]>I Hacks. The Drivers are careful sober and occcmtnodatiusr. "F'lIIS wcrV con.priseg some of the most romantic 1 ,i .... .... .. 4ooofs) 1 ZOO -
i.ittd tune of" noke hou e Key," Roaring p of Gr at Hntnm, to prfTi.nt counttrft-iU. A liberal altowaree cf luggage al _L and interesting portions of tl e early Jfatvry cfHortJt 1 3.0H) As complete and tborocgh An caucatkio will b-
!:. J the French ---- ---- ?..aoiS 120 given as can be obUiped soy other lostitotiou
\ r. and "Jack v ith a patch on liehind him,', I i ii 4'AUT10N. lowed to eacli pnwcngcr. : Huguenot setlh-ments on the 1t tbe State and
i, 'in CUlt roe in the pine next I Theta Tills should p->t be taken t.y females during the first River TL John the Massacre of the Huguenots by 1 .... .... l.teofs too M woo as the ptUroaag will warrantable
j
.. tops luorting, I brio months of rrcgnane, is they tc sure to bring on Mlc AGENTS : tae: Spaniards under Menendet the Sieges of St. Au- 1 .... .... .. 1,2601 and competent assistants will be procored. Ia
all were satisfied v ith the dancing and h- I .e c eomiectiOD irllh the SCHOOL Iasa tar
1:26018 *
| arriscc.. l>nt at any other time they are safe. At Milton, Js. A. CnArnv, "nstine r>" tl EnglNb under Moore and OglelLorpe, .... .. 1,000 *
Whelk all left with the conclusion that the In i.ll case of Nrrvous ami Spinal Affections, Pain In tbeI 1 Geneva, Ala, \V. D. MONEOK, 0 Ac., by dEOI1F'PFAIRBANKS, Vice Presided 1t .. . . *, 8 '4 no BOOKKEEPIHOwill

""inirl. d doins nas'nt t.) ld to take after alL I I Back, and Ural, Tallymen alight exertion, Palpitation of 1r r Campbeltoa, J. W. Svmr, Flotda HNtjrreal Society. 10 .. 4je 40 '. ... 40 be commenced, and those pupil denroat of en-
I The forms a handsome Octavo Volume 10 .... ... .. 00 43 .. 80to
-- -- the Heart, llrstcric aud Whites these Dlls will affect a llanano. \r. NICHOLS, wont 100' .... . I"V 400 bracing a commercial hf .* will lie fully qualified t*
cure when ill other hare failedand Chaltahcochee. of 2O pages illustrated with several Engravings, -- ---- enter the duties of the
Illinois I means although a pow D COIS N. 30,000 Prizes of i determined upon Comitmg Room.
by the tt'pitll Triie
Democracy. I erful remedr do not contain irn, calomel antimony, or any Passengers can be taken through with certainty, mclndin f newly discovered Portrait of MenendetSobc'i'riwa otter even. beingwfcere CIasi cod Higbw Branches of English, per /

lin Illinois Slate Democratic Contention {'i thing hurt' jl to the constitution. cccunty, And with comfort prce. payable on delivery, fl.25 Whole Tickets ll't, Htlres $5, Qnvton |3.50 Term of Five Months. .. .... .. .. .......129 OO

.' Full directions accompany each package Pole Agent for GEO. D. FISHER, Prop and Conr. | by mail, poetpaid, ?1 CO per cc-y. persons sending A Mansgem'lt CerthlkabV. of Pu-ksirn 16 Whois., Primary Department... .. .. ...... .... 4 15 00
it Springfield on the SLIt ins ., 12G3 dele- the United States and Canada, JOB MOSES, June 12. 1S53 2<-tf b. uia:1 Ian send a 3 till most conveniently, the p erson wIt lo pay the only, will be seal for... ........-' Th* exercise* of the SCHOOL Wilt eotnmtnce
1 Io. do. Kltalreii,, do..... . ... oa
_
e .'. > pr< s iit. John Dougherty was noniin- (Tate I. C Baldwll: A Co ) Eochestrr, N. T price rf two copies, postpaid Ho. do. Qnartrn, do.------------ (4 45 MONDAY. January 4th. 185tAn7inforniitioorsguiredeaflbeobsinedbv'

I l t.r State Treasurer and ExGovernor'i..p >,. n.-$1,00 and 6 portage clamps enol ed to any author Tax Sale. I May !9. ms. 2- _ do. do. It Eighth*. do.------------ 13 ap-
ised Agent, will insure a bottle containing W> Tills by return IN pursuance of an ordinance of the City of Tulla plication to the subscriber at bia re.Weoee or at the
L :ds (or Superintendent of Public Ink ma.I ee, I will sell for cash, in front of the Court l The Managers htve been compelled from tbe numerous Store ot CoL R. H. BCK&T.

i :i'IM Tho Cinchinxti For sale by Edward Darnard.Jr., Sole Wholesale and EC- liouse door,in the city of Tallaha'cce, Leon county, B.A.FAHNESTOCKSVERMIFUGE eompUioU made to them, of unfaithfulness D.aCLAYTO1Dec.5,18'Z.
I platform was en- nn the part "f those who Iiav been
V j ail Agtnt for Ta11&IIUK'O. J. 5. 11. DavIdson, Sole Ag'Ot on Monday, the 12th day of July next, for taxes due attending to tbe 4$
i. the principle of uon-intervention in | forQumcj. raid city for the years 1MB nndlfc57, the following filling and of in order their, to resume the correspondence business _-

February 6. 1. ClyI lots or so much thereof as will be sufficient to pnv own name. Notice
territories reaffirmed British
; outrages 9 Order Ticket
__ t| from the
raid taxes, to-wit : Lots No. 40 & 41 N W A No. A tin AID vu many iowcxELM Manager only.
.(. Gulf! denounced ; elsverj- agitation op- I WOlM'4ViInMs! 1iS| Co Qr Lots No" 2 .U. N W A Lot No. 61, Address all letters to R. FRANCE
-> <'t! and the l T" VarIous Uicories hare been started relative to the Si Co Qr Lot No 64 Old nan Lot C8, S | Co Qr Baltimore, Md. \- the Estateot Andrew Miller,lat* of Leon coun
ccuise Senator Douglas a I o' gin ol Intestinal worm*, n.I f t Hie question is(till a VCXCdI I Lot No. 20 A SI Old Plan] ; 4 of Lot No. 22, N |, Co 15 CmLDBET AXD ADULTS, tKCLUDI5O, March 6, 1858. 10-ly ty, deceased, are b reby notified to present them to

'"p :,- it has opposed the Administration, con I < < w our( WPdlcnlantlioritita. Of one fact, bowerer, all Qr, and i of Lot 26, North West Addition. TAPE WORMS. the undersigned Executor ru>* hvt ViII and foment

f er. infi>rnie4, anl in which all agree the stat nat.re otIS a JOHN H. RHODES, MarshaL I XXTAIL FKICE, 25 CTSL Ice, Ice, Ice I of said Andrew Miller, within UM tim, prtenbed -
I influci re they exert on rhiUrfn.t this fMon ethic year Jane 12. 1853 24Notice by law or this notir* will b's plead id bar
the atUiUof orraa are moat frequent a* well a* most dan mpiw san SOLO'IT m sole proprltton, ANY QTTAHTITY POBTSAlf BY tbereot OEORaB WILSON. Erfr.

: 'tv-woijL-On the ICth, a nun by the panic gcroot. \\ e take 51'C&t rl<* UI* ''n *reetlrg the attention t t B. A. A JIHXETOCX ir D A Oo, 1 f Pltlrtwr Philadelphia k, Pa., P-. JIENKY BERRY. June_C Sa-8v

H \. ne i.hiot'iUiam 'U'atcr, from the parent to tl lie Vermifuge rf Dr. M'Lane. II '. one of Oil a "V OTJCE i* hereby given, that Land Warrant Jfex n. i. TAUNESTOCK, Him A Co.,N..To.-k at/, -

of hich the latter dit1, leading a wife and extraordinary niclitinel ever Introduced to me pubh-, and J.N 61.477 for 160 acre, issued under the act of WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS 51 CLIFF ST. May 29. 1858. 22 Notice.OIX

ha nicer failed o.uect-s when IrieJ. March 3rd, 1835, to Eliza A. Bruce,former widow of .
Children.
: On the fame day a ruin named | 1&" Torcbaser*wUI b careful toc k tor DR.M'LAM S Henry Fitt, wa destroyed by fire 16th MaT, 1458. DnyofrpectabL.de.1enoalyI Strayfllules. monthj after daU I shall present my doe! oaO -

"i'-'>n as killed by the husband of a voman I Iiiin I CELEBUATED YEaMIILOE. 01' aacturethl.y FLUIK.B .' Application will be made to tie Cenamissioncr ofFewioca Examine thu initials of the nan to b* nn you get the count and vonther to the Hon. Judge pf Pro

'I Thorai fon had attempted to clopc.ilif.ney .-- I B>< pwa.weq*, Pa. AHotVi ermuoj-M iaeumpar for the renewed cf the saute a caveat be- : Oxly Oi* B. A. laixtssvcz'I ysaxtireatl I J"TRICKED_ The up a week ago, two stray MULES.- bate JetTeroa eotmty. aa adnjm .lr tor ex-offieio

,. on Mon.lay, vhile in a state of intoxdiel soft MWOrtlieM.! Pr. MLane'* ffrnumu \ennllto.-w.mbohitr ins filed agreeably to rules prescribed. t owner or owners are requested to com forward of the Estate of Elwb Wael*, lat*of aid county, deceased -.

". from exposure. The same week Ubraied Lirer TilKcan row behsd at all re peeUbl4ta a ELIZA A I1RUCE.Bv AMES fc LIVELY, prove Enquire property at this, pay office charge, and take them and ask for a discharge from said adm'tasatrslion. -
away. ccnecrnincr
them
,i m T\lor AH into lij\ou nn
.it'e 1 !, IS!' 24-Sw .ApnIlfl.I65!. 15.l- June It, 1855. 24 t June 5,1S55 :3- m cx rrTkio t

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Public. Pl'B.: B taKA\V'S. NEW CARRIAGE SHOP. WILLIAM P. SLUSS1 .cs ta:, L1"o y
To the
Floridian & Journal Traveling LIVERY AHB SAlE STABLES THE underwgnea begs leave to inform the citi I TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. AI.L.II. EE, 'LORIM,

SATURDAY, by Tallahassee and vincinity that he Las I 3q Wholesale and Retail Dealer
.d ln
Is .Wisb
p every Ne 1a.ge TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. opened a carriage shop In this place joining :MASCFACTCREB OF COPPKR.TIN ASo SHEET '
11 DRUGS AND
TAMES S. JONES & CHAS. E. DYKE, j, ,TnE Proprietor would in- <| Brokaw's Llrery Stable IRON WARE, WHOLESALE A:D RETAIL SIEDIC1NES.
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At Two DotfcAM per Mown In advance. J I JSr E .CflSS2 Z*public, that his he lends has rebuilt and the his jCtd-ZbvVX.S2Z I in the building formerly occupied by J. L. Grcaer, DEALER x: 1'i.ux: FASCV AND JAVAXSEDWABE. Spices Perfumery.! Snuff Dyestuff.; SurgirJ WinJowt In.tronienf Gls>4, Plbt,}

& large Brick Stables. at tbe old stand, and IS now where he is prepared to do all kinds of york in his j Oils. Vanishes.Putty MacufacturH Tobccce'
TERMS ADVERTISING. will prepared to accommodate bis friends and customers lice, at the shorted notice and on the most > Stove Ilcatl-iltiRftcr? :, and Glass Ware. Pat.ut Medicine. .
STAGES
TItI-WEEKLY LINE of run
ole square of 1.Illet! ,or less first insertion" tl 00 60 A ;iu connection with the S, A. & O. R. R. leaving He also has attached to his Stables,a good Black ,, REASONABLE TERMS, j assortment Cooking, Parlor K Fine Soaps. Fin To th, Pure Wice and'

.4 Professional" each an!subsequent Business Cards in.erttd at f 10 per Station No. 7, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays smith Shop.where he will have have and done ell kinds work in of :I such as carriage painting and trimming; making new j ASI'L Wood Stovs.liramld with neatness jj r j* Paint and Brushes Hair Brci. U.. Pane for,Mediernaipu..pe BrRI;:!
Horse shoeing Carriage
I from Savannah connecting Plantation work kinds and durability price tVOut Artid.".
on arrival of the Cars I buggies and wagons, and all repairing. Hating > rlduecd
acm.Advertactut. the best manner and with promptness and dispatch. : Garden SJ, Fine If
not marked with the number of at Waresboro with the Stage from Brunswick ; very procured a first rate J Door .0.. v&ra Segsr.
continued until forbid, and charged I passing through Magnolia Milltown and Troup"llle.aod 1 \ Groaroantal Front Heads 1'tyh3e recently! received a Lasye and Jsvjpyofeveryvaiiety "
JruertioM will be I II November 1858. 4* : Carriage Painter and Trimmer, RfDg. : Guttering ; Cop- of Irhdd .
arrives in Tbomasville on Tuesday Thursday .laH. t
Sheet Lead SheetZinc
eeordiogly.J3f estatetotices and Saturday evenings. Leaves Tbomasville Moodays. I IWedDesdaYI Buggies and Harness, from New York, the undersigned ia prepared to do j pe Conducting Pipes druggists. FLutters and Physp-i.n.
wi
Certificates of publication of legal or I Carriages, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pump Shop. rk itt this eetabliLmer.t full slwafn
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the this kind of work as well and in the latest style, as it sug1Jy
will not b. given until tb. advertising tee is ,I I above. named places and on Friday.return route, passing, and through connecting I For Sale by P. B, Brokaw. ecu be done at the North. j of every variety done at short nol!:?. df'c1. and on.the most liberal ttl..

paid. __ ___ _- | with the Brunswick A Florida Railroad and Savan- I ja flfcj'r' rr\HE Subscriber just received All those who have this kind of work to do, and i City and Country 31 c I'"a"I' Orders from the Country prcrr pi filled fn
-- i! Dab, Albany & Gulf Railroad, by stage at Wares- OcSrjSgg?' JL very large supply of Carriages, wish it done in a manner that Trill not fail to give j Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoie ticn guaranteed with regard bojl yo prices to.] m"

BLACKSMITHING : boto, on Tuesdays, Thurdays and Saturdays ; arrive .S222.Buggies, and Harness, which he offers satisfaction, world do well to call on j rlreh.inl tJ'itysician'a prescription"arefullTrwrpOLC'.

I| in Savannah and Brunswick same evening. for sale on the most reasonable terms. WM. KUHN3. eJ.ewbert'IT. E. All articles mannfarlnrd frotn the Alia. Eppicg's; compound Fluid Extract of P .'
-0- !1 Through fare from Tbomasville to Savannah ..114i November 18, 1854. 46 May 2. '67_ 18 [ very .Jan B. IBSlCs .
is hereby given that best material and warranted durable. No other arti ----- -- -- --
I i HILL & CO. Proprietors. -MILES lewill be offered for sale. Cod Liver
&NOTICE Dt'St- 1 NASH fx CO. Piano Fortes. j jMlLffiSS Oil.
G. W. Mraiitt, Agent.
October 1855. 42
continued as hereto- 1868. 19SmCITYJBDDTEL &c. to furnish Piano I' 20, PURE of the celebrated .
Troupville May 8. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines TTT'E are prepared Brand.
fort at the OLD STAND of D. C. WILBOW, in the I Ii& 4 ,r t' Fortes( the best quality, '! ---- -- IlRF.U.! A Co. .. I
H.Oara- \l III very Wines &c. 4 Ru1tln'
of received from New York bark R. Syrups,
name style and firm I II JUST per the most liberal terms. I .t LIVELY
line upon I Al
general assortment of articles in our ,
B Fitts & Co. I .. .. a Fluid They are second to none in any country either ast OLD Otnr Brandy, pl\rkllgC.dt AprilSISIS. u
H ,
I ;; 1111i I Inch as Oils of almost every kID'], Burning or price. I Fort, Old Port Juice,
quality
heretofore extended them White Lead Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of
Grateful for the patronage Instrument be warranted. j Maleira Brandy Culie Notice.SIX
they are now better prepared and determined ta i JOHN DEMILLY, : best qualityj Putty, Brushes, Potash, Soda Sparkling | Every MILES NASH A CO. Sherry, Sardine .
,
Gelatuol.oidon Mustard, French Brandy(very best,) j I Mur.Uis teem the first of this
NO PAINS respectfully inform the public that he Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces, pubtati Q
SPARE February 23, 18J6. 8 the
I WOULD the CITY HOTEL (known as the I for medicinal purposes, Spices PePrr. Lemon Syrup, Flavoring I l'ears. e. cnden.igned a < rDtr cf the !!:
en their pnrt to nccommodsU all who may favor Brown Hotel.) and will take charge on the first of Inks,Quinine Peruvian Bark. : Buchu, Yeast Extrael.( TamainJs, tate of Robert Sturge*, deceased.! Ltt.C Lei>n eo j

them with their patronage i May next His untiring exertions will be used to give :c., Ac., and a general assortment of Popular Patent '. 78,000 Havana Segars, ; Spanish Olives, Spices, ty administrator will present, an.l h;s ask final f account IDd a 3.;

SUCH AS !I full satisfaction to all who "ill patronizo him. Medicines. We keep none but the very best and F the following favorite brands, now in Store j Com Starch. Fickle!. >r "JiLarrf..

April 34, iss.Nathans'. 17i hope to merit your patronage. O andforsalcby AMCS & LIVE L Y. 'I W or'elter3hir Sauce. Salad oa, Jan 0. ISIS STtw AdmiV

Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Re- .__ _________ ___ MILES NASL' CO. 4000 Young America, English Mectard, %- ---

O pairing Carriages and Buggies l fl' March 29, 1856 13 j 8000 Ho Napier, j jCuOO I Clare, ClIt3 Insolvent Estate Notice.

Plantation work of ) i iJ&Br House El Mundae Neva LonJres, A E LIVELY.
WAKULLA IRON WORK | c t LL
8000 persons having claims against the
cccr'y description: Empress Eugenia January u/att
JUJJJJI 6.j5 "V. James M.
I 1--- --- --- -- --- Wiiur". late of Leon county,
FLORIDA. 5000 La Ishtas, :
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and same, Ironing no- QUINCY, UNToxv :3Pox"t 1ILt. .
3I JJ Irons repairing ceased,
I I'I'i 4000 Old Figaro, ;: and Sale Stable. are hereby ntittJ to appear and fife II
and Carts ----.p-- sith
gons i Liver same th\Jiiifge! t of Leon
Blast.
Establishment is Sow Under Full 2000 Mori Mura, count ">
anvl iu fact every other discription cf work mad cf THE undersigned has again opened a HOUSE of This 10000 La Favourita I 9'IlRvudersigned gives no or before the fift'i,: !Uy r,f July.: ISIS,for payment rw 1 .

Iron and Steel l, all of hich we w WAEKAST and pledge i in the building formerly known I .. 5000 Andcsdes Hives, I I J tire, that he ha3 purchased rata the executor t-f said estate having filed a wutCl:
ourselves ta execute at the shortest notice. as tbe Carolina JIou e." and would be pleased to SINCE the death of Mr.Pond Jlr. Gt tbere&re i. KLNG I 10000 La Fontica, I I' q_ the TiVcrY Stable of suggestion outs insolvency.! .

II. B. FITTS A CO. see his fiiend.i at any hotir. I. NATHANS.I I charge; all communications I ; William 11. N w.om ;nTa'abaee.t'etberwish! the D. W. GWVNN
reb.2'7 t8r.3. 2-ly : April 3, 1853. 14 relative to woik. ic., should be addressed to2'j ne8, 9' t'pe Oci.u.. 5''U m 01 me esiatlisflmeni. aLu ifcu ne is now Ju/ge/ ot 1 coLts.
W will tic promptly' m'c'I1d -Hul ft( ;ii*" exe uteil) I 2000 I-I cc\on. I prepared to carry on the business in all its I raicL >.. Jan.. 2. I'iSS l-6fn
-" --- '
&S at as moderate a charge as price of labor, .c., will Oct. 17. 1S57. 42 I I and promises the public with good accomm0li I- -- --. -
f ; Spring amer Goods justify. --. -- -- --- -- ----- i I in Lie line on reasonable terr8.I. i Notice.

R This, Establishment is not kept up foj tie purpo.cof DENTISTRY.Dl I I. ICIIAP.D SAfXDERS.Sep. CIX M.n-itke
after the
j ,
pibbestion f
I I C, 1S36 36 frt (
Al making nu>nev, ( l range to say,) as dt'r bought KJ tl1 1
WE HAVE RECCIVFD T. J. CUR LEE tit.e 1 ,, ,
OfK STOCK Or coeui rnt : a.
experience has denionstr ted to me, it cannit he done j >
F IJ IJJ )
I SPRING AXJ vr.vjfl coons .' / in this region at thu branch of business-bit for the I j I \\7ILL continue in future, the prac- : "FULTON FOUNDRY d El'Z5J.Jsrinedt.ceasej.> I.Iniri'tr' tr f uta:
I tice of DENTISTRY, in Sonth late of Leon counts
Per benefit of the unfortunate, who to bare En- I
happen
Samjiton, from New York j and aL for '
a
: Georgia, and Middle and East Florida. I : dkuLarge. W. U1 IIJ J. Admfr
and such like ,
giuts, repair. Ta11nhnssco F1i. .
IBM.
I He has had several years practical experience in the I Jan.j3.: --f"
-
I LADIES DRESS GOODS, Tlx l'ottvrn', Flofl; MafJiitxry tJJl dc., being profession the last three of which has been in thosesections : nnilE UNDERSIGNED beg 1:1,1 fj inform the --- ---- -- -
Large in Jfder and GovJ Condition JL public that they have ass > i ted themselves I Notice.CIX
ot His work is of tbe beautiful ( .
HATS country. mot
i ra .V CAPS I I
in J"Lsen If; ttrn'J O:tl v.it3'culnexs \ I : busiueu, under the name and] style of :
and duiablc character and satisfaction months after date. I
shall
i. a is guaranteed .>rescst mv final
BOOTS AND SHOES l end Di lltch. I I in every instance. I fardy, Baya & Co., U cuint and vouchers t
IIAED-AVAKE AND CllOCKEKY Shafting} Follies. Plumber Boxes, Hangings for I i All communications sent to Monticello Fla., will : for the purpos "f following the tra le of Fount! and fur Jefferson e Liity. as administratrix of the F.tatt,

Ames & Livelv SUMMER CLOTHING bhaftin s. irmr Gearing Water and Slum Pipe, I: receive attention as soon as previous engagements Machinists t and are prepr-ed to exeutc< all kms T! rf of Deujanvn WirHlJiam., hte of s.ii.1 e.mtrfy deeems!
Stop C.cks. Ua'ie Cocks, Grate Bars, Plow Ca3tin will and U> limLarire: fn.m '
8 permit. work i a sairidninitrattJAE .
Plantation Goods, appertaining to this bu meMteam En'n: ?' :1
}JAVEjst received the following. Targe and well Matting. Groctri ic_ which we Si-gar Rullers Cirouhr: and Upright Paw Mill and I %VIND1Al t
I to order and warranted to sati'fictioc. Adoaz
will sell give
assoilment of BRUSHES, which are I on the ii.ott reasonable tciiua.CCT Giitt Mill .
Circular
Gearing ami Upright Saws tfecAen I Fcb.G.lSaS. 6-Cm
Mills and all
REFERENCES : Sugar Castings of kinds trade w.lh
offered for sale en as reasonable terms as can bo affoided -- ..
I dire us a CALL. .If .tt. Generally kept on Hand, or got up en Short Gov. M" S. I nent'F5,1 dispatch. Plans and estimate furti.hedof --
PeRRY Florida.
in tiny Southern Market, viz: IIOD Notice. In Fact Here it the Place for all that Notice.SIX
1 :KISS. SCOTT A i'OOLE. Want all kind of and :
I Machinery
Engineering. ,
Mo J. L. SEWARD They
Paint Bushc., ground from 0 to 000000, : ,
April 15, 1S8. 10tf Woik in this Line Done up Right and with Dispatch. Thomasville, Gs.HoX. alo I
f Are sole for Hoard i Sons Steam Months
Ho.v. P. E. Lon agents Engines after date, I sbail
dp do do Copperbound from No.'l to C, I halt dozen :. preitr.t mv &: .i
White Wath Brushes.of, all grades and sizes Having some a Engines rnyselfcon'tuit- W. S. DtLWORTH, ) .. I for Ginning Cotton, Grinding and Sawing and Harrison's atid vr.uchtr. to the
ly running. cau -d llhe Establishment to be erected f r on Ice 11 0, fl 1HOf. Grist for steam cr horse of rr bate Jefferson HIoraMe.JIIj'
Window NEW KIT. W. E. HAMILTON 1s :
da Hor do I COODS. the p'er. i county. I :
must it
Therefore
game cause keep ,
up. you can I tae estate of Alfred! W. late
Shoe do in pairs and with top kuoU.S J. C. McGuEE )t i Raysor of said counti
always rely on having work done at the MaJ'IiOO,-Fin. I
C B. \ WILLIAM BAYA, deceased, and uk for a discharge rnsns said
a Root Bath Brushes, *)L. C. POPE, <
!
adon
do do Velvet do JOHN PBATOEIOUS. WAKULLA IRON W021KS. GEX M. Wnix SMITU, Alligator Fla. I JOHN CARDY. I istrarioii. ALFRED R.\\mr.

Horse Hair Flesh do curved and plain. MERCHANT II April 23, '57. 17 May :SO57., !2-ly -- March 6. 1853.. -&.
TAILOR
I ---- ---
But Here Comes ----- -- -- --- -
the Nat -
Tooth Hair aud Nail Brushes, in great variety Important Thing. jETNAINSURANCE I
Infant's ili do Healer in Ready Made: Clothing and l g From New York Notice.SIX
Horse do Flet-b Gloves, Gentlemcii's PAY PAY PAY I COLTANYOF .
Furnishing Goods. date, I shall
Wire bound Stencil Brushes. Yon will send to New York PER BRIG REMINGTON. mont.A cre present mv fins;
,
Philadelphia and Baltimore -
... Ti.achcta the Ilca.Jul
of
-- alrnDt t e j.ff
do do marking do and l hate work done, withoot for a moment Sugar, Onions,' ; l.1RTlOJInorpornte / bate, of Jefi"ersi>ii county administrator .. i,

Ion bound Roof do I an now receiving my Fall and Winter supply dreaming of credit, but here at home, where there are CRUSHED. Rio Coffee, non" cf the Estatt t>f Join I L. Ix.ftc, lab cf 1n:

Handle Scr.ib do of Cloths, Cassimercs Vest no Banks or Banking facilities, or surplus capital you Powdered Java in !1S19.-Charter! Perpetual.). ; county, deceased, and ak fIr a diceharge "(
FoGDah and Lackeiing do ing t, t. 'c., oj want 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 years credit and then require Bee Hive Syrup, Starch, i CEO.; W. BL.CKBURN.Admt'r. r"l. satuadministration.

Guilders tips and Graining Combs, Every Color, Style ami Quality cue to ride from 50 to 500 miles for pay and proba Dried Apples Soap, CASH CAPITAL,,-81,000,000. ton-j: nD3
,
.Camel's flair and Badgers Bleuders, bly! ultimately expend from 10 to 25 per cent of Rice, Pepper April 10, 1S5S. 156mNotice. d

do do Pencils, which I prepared to make up in the'most amount in collecting! Is this right Is this encouraging White Beans, Ginger I INSURE AGAIX8T LOSS AND DAMAGE BY FIE -- -- --- --

Shaving Brushes-Badger, Buffalo and Bristle, fashionable style, on short notice Home Industry If so, can you be stirprioed. Fulton Market Bc f, Alspice.T) ON TERMS ADAPTED TO TIE ,
Hat do that it docs not IArrangemeuits Street Otl A JfD CONSISTENT WITH THE L.IW3 .
Saleratis, ,
Together w ilh a large lot of Paints and Painters Materials. AND REASONABLE TERMS mUst he made for payment before Soda, Sperm Candles OF COMPENSATION. i in. SIX months after date, I hall rrtI! oiv *". .

ALSOA I deli cry of work through some House"in this place, Pot Ash Adamantine Candles! C. LKWIS, Agent \ nCltlt and vouchers to the linn.Judge- of I'-
>ov. 14, 1857. 41 LARGE AM WELL St. Marks, or Tallahassee-that is far enough from Maccaroni Green Pea, For Tallahasse and vicinity. : bate f>r Jfl r on county a adusip.i.tratur. with the
SELECTED STOCK OF Will annexed of the .
I of .
Lrtmr. F.tlltl Jtrfo C. Ellis kt.of
-- Mace Asparagus, August 15. 1851? tQUININE II i
United States Mail Line READY-MADE CLOTHING I You may lie trod but we cannot run after our Tickles! as'rtcd, Tomatoes. :aid county deceased, and ask for I ccbargt hum
,
,
tail aJniuiutration.
hard earnings in this Besides !
Department.: when Yeast Powder, Current Jelly
-VII.Oi- Consutinj; of every garment suitable for winter wear I Labor is credited out, parties try hard: to make themselves Matches, Lobsters. I JAMES S. WALKER
NEW ORLEANS TO KEY WEST rich as Cloak, Talma Coat*,Vel5, Pants, :. ttc' I beheve it is not half done, because thev owe -A'LSO- JUST received800. Oracra Sri I ph Quinine, '' Admt'r. with the Wi aunCxl
wbich'will be disposal of at low prices. : for it. : IIrt ml, together with great variety March 12, 1858. 11-Cai
ANDLITIJUIL'DLITE Also a large lot of Plaiu and I Fancy Shirt: Cvllars, I II DANIEL A general assortment of Teas. : of pure Chemicals AMES.t LIVELY.August -- ---- -
LADD.
FRORIDA PORTS, I Uudershiite,Cravat. Stock, H*i'ry. tc, 4(. -AL80- 8, S57 S2 Notice.SIX
COMXECTKB WITH Till I I Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their i I e1pur July 11, 1837. 28 An extensive assoiinunt of assorted CANDY.For i __ ; .
own iuteretltll by giving call -- K. IL BERRY. : months after (late. I shall present my fi al l
i, me a ns all the above ar- sale by ; The Original Extra Quality ;
STEAMER Z&i BEt tides hare been selected wit!> pre t care "*a with; I GUNSMITH SHOP.TIIF. _u.e..eier._ __ 0eExecutors' __ __ .'. anJ voucher &the I"D Judge ofPn.J .
findersigned f J
de >rTer
special*iew to their adaptation to this market. CORN STARCH. > <> cn county u atminttratrix of lie tr
'oL HAVANA AKD CHARLESTON AT *ET wET..q .
tate tf Frauiis C
Stewart of sill i .
_______ .. I October IS, 1856. lj-42 Notice. ; expressly Ice Crer.m. nnmti:-
j ,
: "PREPARED foPuclin ) and! k for ? ,
1 _. __ : begs leave to inform the citizens t'f'Roel, a. a oharire from rai.1 "rl"tmti.'D.
-- --- --- -- h !
-- A LL creditors, and legatees, entitled toXJL JL Cakes: C.mec Mange, !
person Cutnh. Iwq. J'nnil" '
.
THE SOUTHERN -A:: I this place aol surrounding country, that he distribution or otherwise interested in the Eat\tc J. Itcth.eI! i'e ohii> AMES: A EL"IE STEWART, Ada.:t x
I B. CLARKE has opened a number oneQUKSMITn Mut'i: 20. IBS' ie-5m
I II of John G. Anderson deceased late of Leon county, Oet. 1,1S37. 1 -- -
Steamship' Company I SHOP, Florida are hereby notified to exhibit! their claims -- -- ---- -- ---

01 NEW r ORLEANS I TS J- now receiving his Fall and Winter Stock of anJ that be is now prepared to do all kind of work and demands within! two years from the date hereof. Florida Reports. Notice.SIX .

Goods, suitable for belonging t.> his line of business in the best and most to the undersigned, or the same will be barred ; and /COMPLETE in 6 volumes. month after late, I shall present my Saul)

HAVING taken the mail contract for above ports i tJJ rN'consisting WEAR workmanlike manner. All work done at his fchop all persons indebted to the said deceased are lequested HOBBY. 'urt and vouchers a!administrator ot tt estate
two first class Sea Steamers regularly l"BOtOALL.t .
warranted. to make immediate payment. of Diuisen B >twrigl. drccact-d. to tie U"t
twice a month meeting in the Spanish Hole on the I' in part of French and English Cloths Cascimeres'and I C55 'all and girt Ithn a trial Jg% JOSEPH L. SMALLWOOD, ) -pt. 5,1857. __ ___ j Judge of Prob t* of l..n count, and ak i'r a (hs
15th and 2Jtb, and leaving the same eveniuj. Vrstings of all colors, and of (he bestqnal AUGUSTUS BROWN. ROBERT H. GAMBLE, } Executors. c Blacksmith and charge. B.J. R. BOOTWRIGHT. AifrntrMarch

j ity, which he is prepared to manufacture to order on THOMAS J. PERKINS ) ISiS. 12-Cm
SPKA T" i
THE STEAMER Shop next door to J. fc G. Zukcr's, Harness ( .
the most reasonable terms and in the most ------
-
I -- --
April I3, 1858a 14-Sm Hone Shoeing J-'xtallitfiMtnt. -- -- -
will leave New Port in the rooming and St. Marks I SHOP. __ I '
terminus on the arrival of the Cars from Tallahassee, 1 FASHIONABLE MANNER, Tallahassee, Dec. 19, 1857. 61-Gm Notice.ALL rPHE; SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform the Notice to Debtors.

mail baggage and freight to and ----- ------ -- --- JL citizens Tallahassee and vicinity that HENRY i LL indebted the late firm TOWLF
taking passengers { Together with a general assortment of creditors and entitled to persons t
legatees
from the Steamer,and returning in season for the afternoon GARDEN SEEDS persons HICK3 will carry on the Jt MYERS are requested to come frwarl sat
of and in the Estate of Robert W. '
: READY-MADE ,
CLOTHING
train. settle. Mr. R. B. Goatf.ti i is tot
The travelling public cnn now rest assured that this j j that will compare favorably$ w

Ling desired and frequently attempted communication ,, ever exhibited for sale in this city consisting of wenld call the attention of our friends and to present their claims and demands to the undersigned in all its various branches, and is prepared to execute Feb. :O, 1853. 8-tf
administrator to :Messrs. 4 Hilton !
to and from the above ports is in such Lands a :1 Fine Black and Colored Cloth and Frock Coat, T public generally to our present Large and I or Owynn aH orders with neatness and dispatch. HU work :. -- -- -- -- ---- -
without and the will be barred i if
delay same will be warranted to be to that of other
to warrant permanency and success. Fancy Cassimere and Beaver Frock and Business well selected Assortment of equal any Notice.
'
I from this date.
slave servants must .ee to CoaU I not presented vithin two years Blacksmith here or elsewhere, and will guarantee

clearing Passengers them at having the Custom House, before going on Black ard colored Cloth, Bearer and' Pilot Over- j FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. : P. W. WHITE Admt'r. i satisfaction in every JOB. ALL persons Laving deOIJ'against the F.-fati,

board. j Sack j Our Seeds are procured from a Cold Climate, and I May -15, 1858._ 20-8_ I HORSE SHOEING, Repairing and Ironing Wm. H. Ware, Ce5etl, late of J.flVr
Jig" Also look after your Baggage yourself.For Raglan's Black and Fancy Doeskin and Ca imere consequently will flourish the better in a warmer one, I Just Received .4ri O all Vehicles, plantation work, and all other I (coty.are hereby notified to present them to lie u'dersigned
administrator within the time b
such Call send orders branches appertaining his business prescribed \
further parti uJrs. Apply to 'anfc.I as ours. W" early or your t "
DANIEL LADD, .4.gtnf. I Best Grenadine Barathea, Satin and Cloth Vests, that"von may" secure the varieties you clt' lre. I Per Francis, Secor", from Aeu? York. will receive careful ao prompt atten law or they will be barred; ami all lW itsMteit f '
A I tion. R. BERRY, are requested to make p"rm"IL inimviltatelv.bMllHSIMKlNS .
Fancy Velvet Cassiacre, Silk and Cashmere do. AMES LIVELY 1.
New Port. Fla.. July 11.1857. 23 I 1 BOXES English Dairy Cheese
r- AdratV.
._.- -- --- -- -- White Silk do, i ipenis' January 9, lS:; t 2 I (, D j Smoked F.b. 13, 1858. .Agent. ,
: Herrings I 8 1858. 19-Sv
-- -- ----- ---- May .
ECHEDULE OF TRAINS Shawl', Dre 5nof Robc. Fina Siiirb, Silk i ---- -- --- ----- 10 Kegs Goshen Butter, I ------ -- ---- ---- -- :____ ___ _

ON THE I! Co!'ou and Merino Uuder.shirts, I Florida Railroad. 5 Bbls. Dried Apples, CongressVater.. Notice.
Flaunsl and Jeans Diawers. I II
i Canto _. 1 Bbl. Beans. I 4 supply.just received; ,and for sale byi
FREl Months after date. shall to tI Hon
Im f
f present
FLORIDA RAIL ROAD. I I -ALSO- j i JM For sale by H. H. BERRY. i i J.JSL AME LIVELY SIX of Probate in and for the cocnty of Mndisoii. .

A general assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and ,, AT a meeting of tie Board of Directors of .the AJ.ril1'7, 185S. 16 ,! -Sept-10.-1S57.--& .---_.-- --- my final account and vouchers as administrator

.. Satin Stocks, Ties and I Cravats, Collars colored and Florida Railroad Company, held at Fernandiiu of the Estate of Richard flarrieon. deceased mi
4. : -. white Kid and Silk Gloves, Buck and Lisle Thread ] on the 7th day of November, A. D., 1857, the follow To the Ladies I Plows. shall then apply for a fin-w discharge from said aJ

DAILY 'I do. Ladies Gauntlets superior Linen, Can.bric and i I in? resolution was adopted : ms. E. DAVIS returns her thanks to the 1 A FINE LOT various >izes, mmiatration. I. M. HARRISON, AJmt'i.
LEAVES FERNAXDJNA Silk Handsel chief*, Brown and Fancy Cotton Lisle i WnEiiEAs, The work on the Florida Railroad having l' Ladies of Tallahassee and the surrounding 'i Jfor sale 1 by May 8. 1858. 19-6tn

EXCEPTED Hose Ac d CALL AND advanced to a condition which brings it iutuse- for the liberal heretofore be- .McNAUGHT, ORMOND CO. .
(SWiDAYS ) Tlirea l and Marino i j country very patronage I d ---- ---- --
'I BUY. I ful conncxion with the business of the interior, and stowed and begs leave to inform them that she has | Jan. 23, 1838. 4 Notice.
N arrival of Steamers from Charleston and Savannah October 18, 1856. 42 | the practicability of a successful prosecution cf it to now on hand a large and well selected assortment orFANCY" ,

O connectir nt Callahan with Stage for I --- --- -- --- ---- -- I the end ling: rc..naUy demonstrated, the Company I GOODS. for the spring, which she will n \ -A LARGE lot just received ; SIX months after date, I shall present my Suit.)
Trader's Hill and dntreviGa.!! ; at Baldwin with which hail thus far conducted the enterprise consider I upon the reasonable term elf..f\R S. bvMoDOUGALL I and vouchers to the Honorable Judge

Stage f"r Tallahassee ; at Tiail Bridge with Stagefor : NEW BOOKS. that a point has been reached where they ray hope April mos, 16 \ & HOBBY. I Probate, for Jefferson county as administrator exofiiiio
and Stark with fir Newnansville of the Estate r.f Natl.aoial Fwl"m, -!t'CC':1"ttcl,
Stages
Middlcburg; al JUST RECEIVED to be met by the confidence and co-operaticn of the March 21/ !
CJasusville, Micanopy, Flemington, and I /fJfj planters and merchants of the interior: Notice. 6 1 and ask for a diharire from said adm'n trafk'n.

Ooala. 1VEVT HOOKS .V NOVELS Jlttrfforf, RrsoirtJ That the Secretary be directed t Co-Partnership New Maps of WM. H. ANDREWS, late Sheriff.fI.)
LEAVE Starke 'aily (Sundays rxcepfed.) on arrival to i invite subscriptions to the Stock of the Company TIE day formed a co-part- Florida Adint'r. ex officio
Fernandina with ; DORE-A Stroller in Europe: under the came and style of 1. 15118G01
May
t'l Stages, and connecting at, I upon the same terms as heretofore, n'L(to take rtBL JED __ -
Steamers for Savannah and Chai lesion, oa Monday, I EL GRINGO-Travt-ls iu Mexie ;
touch ns affo'd the most convenie cto Goan:
stops may opportunity JYCS C. DREW Jacksonville Florida |
Wednesday and Friday.1ICaJ""I DR. KANE'S Arctic Expedition ; Attachmenf.
Tuesday to the inhabitants of the several bterestcdtt.ijntu
U Cni.ll! .uz't$5OOOO MEMOIiof PrentJss the business in all its brandies at and with Railroads anJ! Town- j
'v. S..:: : ,Speeches e.; wi complete Court for second
lo lithe Stork LARGE David C. Wildon, ) In Jietieee
Stand A.
the Towle where intendzeeping
they
-- -- -- -------- esther cf and A true copy irorn the minutes.OEO. Mll.'rl Foj sale by < Ixpo AuiuuoC
Margaret Zaidee r* 1D.4k" tnntutf.
a inn assortment i
; appertaining McDOCUAL & I
., Cash ISABEL-A novel: W. CALL, Sec'y.In to their branch of business, and hope anIClts by constant attention Feb. 6, 1858. 6 IOlur. j H. W. Tbuinpsoc.Js'voratoflS) 81.100.

3,000 Bales Cotton ARTISTS WIFE-A novel; to merit the patronage heretofore extendedto ___ 'HE Defendant abl I all ethers iijtertst! Mr here .
Leon Bonds VASCONSELOS new nove pursuance of the foregoing reolutin, notice is the late firm. I br notified of the commencement I.r this suit

5,000 County by Simms; dc.&c.McDOUGALL hereby given that the books of the Company are permanently SELIM W. MYERS. Loches I retcrnable to a JI tKc.urt.. to !.. heW at Ta'Ia-

rrl1E UNDERSIGNED makes the following pro- A HOBBY open at Fernandina where subscriptions R. B. GORMAN. 9 HALF .jukt landed basic on the 2nd Monday the 14th day cf Jane. A

to his friends and customers viz: I -July 4, '5?. 27 may be made cither in person or by letter, the Tallahassee, Jauar 1, [16] 1858. 8r 0 and for sale,price. $10 half barreLMcNAUGHTORMOND& D. 1868 and to appear and plead to the same.
First-He will receive Cah in paymert for all Pure Zinc I amount of the present aesessmennt being $1'1.0000 CO. Given under my band and stal this 17tb day of

amounts due him on notes, bonds or open accounts. White, each shire of $IC O.OO. This company istbe owner Sheriff's Sale Dec. 19.1317. 61 March A. D, 1858.

Secondly-In the absence ef CasA be will receive (GROUND in prepared LINSEED town sites of Fernandina ancVCedar Key, and also I E.t W1ST.: [t. i..J]
1 Cotton in payment for all bonds notes or open accounts OIL.) 750,000 acres of land property which had been appraised FIRST .MONDAY IN JULY 185S. White Lead. Justice of the Peace

; at its highest market rn-ice. V\rE have just received a fresh supply of this newT I ftt Over J2.000.000 and it is believed that a virtue of the Lien Law, wherein Jesse C. Mareh2O,18i8. 12-3m
Thirdly-In the absence ot Cath and Cotto h, T and beautiful White, direct from the man further assessment of from $8.00 to $10.00 per share BY and Extra and No., ground in Pure Led --
& is
C
>, a Henry luRE
will receive to the amount of 5,000 Leon County (* tory. and offer it to the public with mot perfect will be sufficient to finish the road.GEO. party Evritt. just received,and for sale by
Colsoo, James TV Selby. T. Barclay, I Notice.SIX
Bonds at their market value in payment of Bonds, confidence as possessing all the qualities which rca W. CALL, SecV. Robinson Thomas and Mahala Wilder AME t LIVELY. .
notes and accounts. der a paint Mot d-sirable, viz: Its incomparable Jan. 9, 1858. 2-tf Holliday are April 3, 1868. 14 months after date I shall present my final **'
indebted to said firm for and labor done
He would inform his friends and customers that brilliancy of ColCJr.frttdo'l1t. from all poisonous gad repairs upon and vouchers to the Hon.Judge ofProb.it
Watches I will for sale before the Courthouse -
bis payments for the months of February and Marchare itit* nerer inhering the health of tbe workmen, or Notice.A.LL expose Liverpool Sack Salt. for Jefferson ceunty as administrator of tie Estate
door in Tallahassee the first in July
very heavy and be feels confident in consideration inmates cf newly painted apartments-its durability on Monday of John R. Blackledge, bite of said county, debased
of th! great indulgence heretofore extended, in the most exposed situations and its great superiority persons Laving demands! against the Estate next, within legal boon, ttten Silver Watches, SACK Cao Brig J. Carrer daily e and ask for a discharge from said administration.
sold said lien them to lav. 2500
they will OXE and ALL come forward and avail to WAil Lead in all the various uses to which John B.Scott, deceased, late of Jefferson to satisfy upon SAUNDERS according boscld loW in large loU THOS.O. ODE& Adint'r

themselves of the inducements offered in this advertisement the utter baa heretofore been applied. For tale by county, are notified to present them to the Undersigned RICHARD Sheriff Leon o shipboardat Spanish bole.CNAUG1IT. May 15, 1858. 20-6m __ __
and pa/at least an amount sufficient to en. AMES & LIVELY. duly authenticated within tIle time prescribed county. ( ORMOND do CO. -- -

able him to meet his liabilities. Should there bj ,I April 3, 1859. U by law, or this notice will be plead In bar of their May 29, 1868'w Feb. 6, 18'S 6 Notice.S .

any ((1 hope rone) whose circumstances! will not eua """ recovery; and all persona indebted to said Estate are -
ble them to comply even in part, I hope they will I Notice.! hereby notified to make immediate payment to the Notice.Snc Fluid X weeks after fL6 publication of this notice the

come forward at once and say s', close up their ac- Months from the first publication this notice, cndersigned. B. EDWARDS, Bh'ft and months after the first publication of this no- Bug undersigned make aprlication to the Hen of
counts and make the very best arrangement in their SIX undersigned will exhibit his final account Administrator ex officia. ,the undersigned administrator of the Estateof OF A Lrjxt received and Judge of Probate. of Lafayette ecunty. for letters

power for payment hereafter, that he may know and vouchers as adminirtrator of the Estate of John Monticello Jcne 12th, 1858. 24- w Henry B. Bradford, de will present bis final ftae by AHE.LIVEY. administration on the Estate of G. W. Wbitky.deoeas CLEGG-

what fdepend upon. DAVID C. WILSON. W. Argyle, deceased late of Leon county to the account and apply to te Jdge of Probate of Leon January a.Iss7* d, late of said county. WM.O.

Feb.18, 1858. ?-tf Honorable Judge of Probate of uicfe'unty. and ask Notice.r county for a discharge bi admi tCoud May 151853. 2l6wNOTICE.

to be Estate. EDWARD of
discharged. having claims and demands or debts LWf Ford
PIANOS "ffi RECEIVED. B.C. LEWIS Admt'r. ALL ain-persons t the Estate of John Braden deceased, JuneS, 1858. 23-6m I .
May 2, 18\9. 21-Cm BO
late Jefferson county, will present the same witb- Notice. Sept S, 185' 36 TO ALL 1I7/0JT it may C04VCER ;
npIIE SUBSCRIBERS have just received, 'direct Notice.. in the time limited by the law or the same will b. wOl be
JL from the most rell[abet houses in the Unitd forever barred. C. BRADEN, Ext.'x. "VfOTICE is hereby given, that six mont after Health NOTICE U hereby given that aPPlication of the
Utes, fire inperior SIX months after the first publication of this no- April 15, 1858. 20SwGold J." dat application will be made by t Bitter.T to the ensuing General Assembly JIlcri-
PIANOS the undersigned administrator of the Estate hr Hon.Judge of Probate .f Lo county ) those suffering from en- State of Florida to change the nam of Etui
of John Burgdorflf; deceased late of Leon county for a final discharge as .adminis felled or DsPi'Dbit. da &* to Andre CeUfyc, anal also! a change
.f various and
styles prices. Persons widiiog to will present his final account to the Judge of Pro- Pens. tratrix of the Estate of ad.ttr, a kc, Ac. hlc cuoge te bj the .i't charter eonforrn in all respects U> that olCoiiMi. a
supply themselves will please call at de. te Bite. remmede ft Trus
,
bite of Leon county and ask to be discharged. FRESH supply just received and for tale by ; JOHN R. LLOYD. Fsralty, core. Folae Signed in Ufcalf the Board
MIIJESNASII&C0allaliu'ee .f JOHN D. REICHERT Admt'r.31sv2l5S. 1\. MYERSX30RMAN. PHOEBE H. Admt' DENHAM.Kor. tees. JOHN C. LET, yesd.uitMay :<
Jan. 1855.
SO, 5-tf C2-fcn May 22, 1 S S.l May 29, 183" 22m LLOY. 14, 1?1' 46 t ::, is??. :iThe

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